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jt jnniala StElintl.
LgpsESDAV MORNING. JUNE 12. 1872.
tiENSSYLVANIA RAILROAD. ON AND
r fier Sunday. June 2. 1872, Passenger
fraini will "Te a,,""u ' '"" " -
Phildclrlii Express.. 12,SG A. M
jVt Line 1 47 A- M.
l'c. Kxp- (dun't stop) 8.03 A. M.
IIrr:sb'? Accommodu'n 11,23 A. M.
jlail Train 5.30 P. M.
Cincinnati Express 8,31 1. M.
Southern Express 2.34 A. M.
Through 1'assenger 4.51 A. M.
Pacific Expres 5.56 A. M.
Way Ps.senrer 9.4 A. M.
Cincinnati Exprets 12.26 P. M.
Mail Train 3,30 P. M
Faotline 6.20 P.M.
Mixed Train 8.00 P. M
JAMES NORTH. Ag't
TOWN ASI COUNTRY.
The Juniata Sentinel will pub
lish all of the county printing
as heretofore, so that no reader
shall be deprived of the inform
ation that such documents im
part. fl'ood ana Willow Ware at GiavbiU's.
JIcVkvtow.v talks of starling a Laiik
Pr. Atkinson flitted into Lis new
office, on HrHge strict, on Monday even
Tim late rai:is Lave given new life to
the corn ami oats. Both are appearing
Lrahhy and vigorous.
5'oR Ii:r. A two-story frame dwfl
ling lmufe in M.iiu street, 1'uttoisou
Iniju'ne t tbi office.
A t'ltANGK i.t' eclieduli went into ef
icct on the 1. II H on the 2nd iurt. See
Time Table as corre cted.
A rK.MALK babe, gel ab'.ut teu days.
was jj!;iced at the the dour of a citizen of
Altaor.a. Hxne days mgn.
The a'tintiou of tbe citizens of
Hi niptioriMaii and vicinity is atked to
the Card of L'r. il. li. Carver, iu anolhi-r
The press ot tbe upper Juniata region
pronounce Rirnaou's show a Luuibuj.
Twelve thousand people were to see it at
A tirw board walk bad been laid be
tween Mr. Wilcon's residence and tbe
canal bridge. It is wider an.) letter t'uan
the old oue.
Juhnmi's Ant l;;" Linmmt may be
ei-il to advantage where any l'aiu Killer
is desirable. Iuct:-es of severe cramps
and pains in lh stomach, it is undoubt
edly tbe br.-t ailii latitat can be """
The Ji mat Skvmnel has a week
ly l.oni f'e circulation not for three
ii:nnth of between nine hundred and a
thousand pipers, seven bundled and
twenty-ihice of which, are iu the county
TllK CotiMU-ulio Literary Poctety of
Airy View Acadimy will give tluir an
nti.il exhibition, convicting of Dramas.
Oration, Kt-saya ic , ou Thursday even
ing. June 20, lfc72. Admission 25 eta
Do some of the gf-ntleuten who were
(jiulir'.rit as to their Fubscripliou list, ii
lie Coimi, isomers' office, believe that
tiny were not sworn becau-e the Clerk
of the Cumuiiesiouers administered tbe
Ox Saturday last tbe Dolly Vanlen
liase Ball Club of this place went to
Perrysville and played a match game
with tbe Tuscarora Club of the latter
place. Tbe score stood Dolly Vardens,
52; Tuscaiot as, 32
Persons who have petitions in tln ii
pot-sessions praying Governor Geary to
'ign the bill cotnmouly known as th
Fifh Uill. are bertby requcftrd to send
raid petitions to T. S. Thompson, at
'J'hompaontown, on or before June IS.h
A Hr-o weighing nearly two hundred
pounds, was found dead, on Monday
morning, in the alley back of Will s
hotel stable Parties who saw the dead
animal believe that it died from the effects
of a wound made by a pitchfoik or other
Boynton's Lightaing Saws for sale at
Graybill's Hardware Store. Try them.
The two Presbyterian church's the
one at Mifflin, tbe other at McAlistt i ville
have had but two ministers in sixty
six years, the Rev. Mr. Hutchinson and
the Kev. Mr. Allison. The third. P.ev
Ihnmas J. Sberrard, was ordained aud
John Ilarehbarger. of Brattnn twp ,
Mifflin couuty, offers 500 Uol'ars Be
ward for tbe arrest and convictiou of the
murderer oa murderers of Francis King,
who was found in the river a few miles
below Middletown, on tbe 1st or 2nd day
of April, 1875. Lcx isl -im Guzclte.
Habitual constipation leads to the
following results : Iuflamation of the kid
"fys, eick and nervous headache, dys
pepsia, indigestion, piles, Joes of appetite
nd strength ; all of which may be avoid
ed by being regular in your habits, and
'aking, say one of J'arsons' Purgative
ritit nightly for four or eix weeks.
The Odd Fellows' Association have
Tot a railing around the lot purchased of
Sir John Hoffman. This is a wise pre
ution ad should be followed by other
citizens. The open cellars and other
holes exposed by ibe great fire, if not
f urrounded by euclosures, may yet prove
ll death of some citizen or citizens.
Last Friday a number of Doncannon
boys threw stones at a freight train pass
ing west. A brakeman was stiuck on
the mouth by one of tbe stones thrown
A number of his teeth were knocked out,
and his lips were severely cnt. fle.came
to Mifflin before having his wonnda
Olt.8, Paints and Varnishes for sale
at Gray bill's.
Rkv. D. M. Blacrwelder and wife,
of this place, and Col. Thompson, of
Perrysville, are tbe primary delegates,
and Rev. II. G. Shindle. Mr. Samuel
Buck and Mrs. David Wilson, of Perrys
ville, are the alternates to the State Sab
bath School Convention now in session
Foi'bth of July Meeting. The cit
izens of Mifflin and Patterson are reqnes
cd to meet at Armory of tbe Gray bill
Zouaves in the Crystal Palace Building,
on this (Wednesday) evening, at half
past seven o'clock, for tbe purpose of
making arrangements to hold a Fourth of
CiSTKKX 1 DMPi for sale at Graybill's
K ILI.KD. On Saturday morning last,
information reached this place that Mr.
George Ne'te. of Huntingdon had been
killed on the railroad at Tipton. It ap
pears that Mt. N. was walking on the
track, and. seeing a train approach step
fed to the other track, and was struck
by the Pacific Express east. Ilia head
was crushed and death must have been
instantaneous. Another warning not to
step from one track to another, but to
clear both tracks. Ib-n'tngdun Mon lor
Childken's Coaches, different styles
and prices, for sale at Graybill's.
On Friday morning a week, while Mr.
J. C. Kreider, of this place, who was
working at Altanna, was taking a walk
to the country he fult a pain ou the in
step of his right foot. After walking
about a mile the paiu became so severe
that he was compelled to stop. On pull
ing off I life sock, the flot-b and skin about
as large as the top of a teacup came off
with it. Iu le9 than five minutes after
taking off the boot and Bock the sore
became quite black. The doctors of Al
toona pronounwd it dry gangrene, but it
is bard to tell what it is or from what
cause it originated. Un Saturday last
Mr. Kreider was h: ought home to his
mother's residence in this borough. He
is still suffering intense paiu.
Everybody in need of Hardware will
save money by buying at Graybill's
On Monday the County Commission
IK.J to itivh ..fflce tn Itie Conn
House, the editors of the Democrat und
Rejis'er, the St h' inch and the Urpuhli
out, to ascertain tbe number of ton i fde
subscribers of each paper in tbe county.
A. G. Botisall represented tbe Democrat
nij llnjisUr, B F. Scbweier represented
the .9- iil-'n I. and Messrs. Allisou, Wilson
and Liggett represented the A' jilthlicaa.
A. G. Bons.Jl was qualified to a list of
791 b a fuh subscribers, B. F Schweir
was qualified to a list of 723 hona jid
subscribers, Wm Allison and H. II. Wil
son were qualified to a list of names a
buna Jl le subscribers, very many of them
being euly for three months, whom tbe
Commissioners deemed proptr to recog
iiize as bo.ia fide subscribers. Tbe lists
are on file iu the Commissioners' office,
and it w no more than proper that we
express our belief that the inanagemout
ot ttie ntiice is better than it was on a
previous occasion of a similar character.
when tbe lists that were filed in the of
fice were stolen therefrom within a few
hours after tbi-y were di livered.
Pictl're Frames of various styles
and Picture Frame Moulding for sale at
( ray bill s Hardware Store.
Ax adjourned meeting of Huntingdon
Presbytery wai la-Id in the Presbyterian
Church iu this place on Tuesday, the
1 1 th inst, at 11 o'clock, Kev Mr. Pri
deaux presiding. Half an Lour later
Mr. Thomns J. Sberrard, an ecclesias-
t'eal licentiate.- preached the ordination
sermon, front 1 Cor. 14:8. " For if the
trumpets give an uncertain sound who
shall pr pare himself fur die battle ?"
Presbytery reconvened al 2 o'clock
when tbe ordination and installation ser
vices were commenced. It has been 27
years since installation services were
conducted by aud for the Presbyterian
congregations of Mifflin aud McAlister
ville, and as may be expected those of
yesterday were of tbe most interesting
character Mr Sberrard stood a rigid
examination of an hour and a half with
credit to himself and great satisfaction to
his people. Rev. Mr. Lawrence read a
chapter and offered a prayer. - Kev. Mr
Baron preached the installation sermon
Dr Hamil propounded the constitutional
questions and ottered the installation
prayer. Rev. Mr Zanizer delivered the
charge to the Pastor, and Dr. McLean
delivered the charge to the people.
An evening session of Presbytery was
held for the transaction of other business.
after which it adjourned.
Entertainment. r All who desire to
spend a pleasant evening, and also aid a
good cause, are respectfully invited to at
tend a Grand Entertainment to be given
in the Centreville Church, by the young
ladies and gentlemen of the vicinity, on
Tuesday evening June 13, 1872 The
programme consists of Music, Dramas,
Charades, Tableaux, Recitations, &c
The proceeds to be applied to the use of
the Centre Union Sunday School Ad
mission, adults 20 cts ; children 10 cts.
Exercise to commence at 7 J P. M.
Mr. Editor : Permit me to say a word
through your columns, in regard to the
trees in aud around onr public square
These were gratuitously planted by a
former citizen of our town. They are
an ornament to the boroogh, and should
be pioperly cared for. This duty de
volves on tbe county commissioners, and
they should see to it. The trees needed
pruning badly this spring, bnt no one at
tended to it. Some of them are already
showing signs of decay which with prop
er care would no doubt have been fresh
and vigorous. This is no doubt owing
to tbe fact that they have been used as
posters, for all kinds of bills,' and nails
have been driven into them. It is well
known that this is injurious to the trees
and if we wish to preserve them, meas
ures should at once be taken to prevent
this by the proper authorities.
WEAVER MUSSER On the 1st iust., at
tbe M. E. Parsonage, by Rev. Mr. Tardoe,
Mr. Isaac Wearer, of Ashland county, Ohio.
and Miss Lizzie Musscr, of Walker town
ship, this county.
KINZER-On the 29ih of April, 187.!, ai
the resilience cf her son-in-law, J. L. Van
art, Mrs. Martha Kinzer, aged 73 years, 8
months and 25 days.
Mother, thou hast gone before us.
Where tby saintly soul has flown,
Tears are wiped away forever,
And all sorrow is unknown.
O'er tbe toilsome way thou hast traveled.
And endured the heavy load,
Christ has brought (hy footsteps languid,
Safely to his blest abode.
When the Lord shall send his summons
Unto us who are left behind.
May we, by tbe world untainled,
Gracious welcome with tuee find.
Each, like thee, in peace departing.
To tbe kingdom of the blest,
Wbere the wicked cease from troubling,
And the weary are at rest.
L. L. V.
MIFFLINTOWN 4 PATTERSON MARKETS
PRICES OF BOARD OF COMMERCE.
Reported weekly for the Jthiata Skutinkl
by the Board of Commerce of Mifflin and Pat
terson. Butter " lb 18
Eggs. doz 15
Lard, ) lb 8
Country Soap 8
Wool, washed o5
Dried Apples 10
" Peaches, pared 20
" Peaches, unpared 15
Cherries, pitted - 20
Country Hams ..
Sided and Shoulders
Potatoes, p) bus
Onions " ,
Ground Alum Salt, sack
Locust Posts, mortising
for board fence..
SHELLEY A STAMBAUGH'a rnicua CCE
RENT Corrected Weekly.
Crystal Palace, Mifllintown,
June 12, 1872. f
Prime Roll Butter, per lb- 18
Eggs, per dozen 15
Lard, per lb 08
Tallow, per lb 08
Uried Apples, per lb 00
Bacon. Sides smoked, per lb 07
S'bonlder, Emok?d, - 06
Ham. " " 12
Washed Wool 60
D. K. SULkCFF S PRICES CURRENT.
Wheatr -j bus ?1 M
Clorerseed 4 50
Timothy seed . 3 50
Preparsd Cral, V ' - $5 f0
Sui " " - 4 50
Tea " " - 3 10
Bituminous" " 5 00
Run of Log, 4 4, 1000 ft $24 00
" 5-8, " 16 00
8-4, " 25 00
" 6-4, " 2800to40 00
Hemlock Frame, " 1700to20O0
" Boards. " 18 00to20 00
Wbitepine worked Flooring...- 28 00
Gcrmat Siding .. 28 00
Panel Doors 1 75 to 3 00
Window Sash, Kxto, jl window 65
" 10x12, " 80
" " 10x11, " 90
PHUAPtLrbiA. June 11. 1872.
Floi e Tbe market continues very dull,
and prices are weak. Tbe demand is eon
fined lo tbe immediate wants of the home
consumers, whose purchases foot up 700 bar
Superfine $6 00(S,6 75
Extras $7 00(j)7 75
N. W. Extra Family $3 5o(9 50
Ohio & Ind. do. do ?! 601U 00
Penna. do. do. . $9 U0(0 60
Fancy Brands $10 25ajll50
Geaih Tbe wheat market eoi tinues very
dull, and tbe tendency of priest is in favor
of buyers. Sales of IwO bus. western red at
$2 0oa2 10, and amber at $i 132 15. r.ye
is quoted at $1 05 for l'enn. and western.
Corn mores slowly. Sales of yellow at 67a
68c, and 2500 bus. western mixed at 6(aU7c.
Oats a.-e dull Sales of 4090 bus. at 53a54c
for white, and 52a53c for mixed.
PHILADELPHIA CATTLE MARKET.
Monday, June 104 P. M.
The Cattle market was very dull this week,
and prices were Jala lb lower ; about
2500 head arrived aid told at 7 183 for ex
tra Penn and western Steers ; ti)a7c for fair
to good, and 5a6c ft lb gross, for common.
The market closed dull.
Cows asd Cilves were in good supply and
dull of sale- We quote at $25a50, a decline.
Receipts 350 head.
Sheep are attracting more attention at
some advance. Sales of fair and choice
clipped at 6a7Jc lb ; stock at $2 50a3 50
"P bead, and lambs at 10aI2e 1 lb for good
and $2a4 head for common. Receipts
GOLD AND SILVER
At the Patterson Drug Store,
Come and have your eve-sight re
IF YOU WANT NEAT
SALEBILLS, POSTERS & BLANKS.
CALL AT THE SENTINEL OFFICE
LIST OF LEADING ARTICLES k PRICES
reported weekly by C. BAR1LEY, op
posite the Post Office, Mifflintown, Pa :
" New York -
Molisses, Pono Rico, ) gal-...
" New Orleans .......
3 .Tup, Houey Bee-
" Melted Sugar
' Extra C
Coffee, Rio, Choice
" Fair ..
" " Roasted (Arbucklcs)
Tea, Imperial, Finest ,. ..
" Layers ..
Soap, Rosiu 5
' Olive ... 8
" Babbit ... 12
Salt, Ground Alum
Mackeral, No. 2 (new) bbl
Brooms, No. 1
" No. -I .T..
' No. 3
1 50a! 75
Buckets, Paiuted, 2 hoops....
Tin Dish Pans
Tin Wash Pans
Boots, Men's Calf
" ' Kip
Gaiters, Ladies' Lasting
" Sweet, peck
Coal Oil, V gallon
Cash paid for eggu. -
D. K. SULOUFF & CO.,
(Successors to D. P. SulouB,)
Grain, Lurakr, Coal.
CALCINED PLASTER, CEMENT, &C.
The Highest Cash Prices Paid
for all kinds of Grain.
Lumber, Coal, &c, Sold
Having boats of our own we can freight
Grain, Lumber, Coal, Ae., cheaper than any
other parties. We therefore defy competi
tion. Jy You can make money by calling on ue
before selling or buying elsewhere.
Geai will be rkcbived in stock to be
SOLD BT TUE 1ST Of Ju.SE, 1871.
P. S. Our Train is not elevated oa men's
Mifflintown. April 20, 1871.
The Place for Good Grape-vines
IS AT THE
luniata Dallcn Dintnarbs,
ASD GKAPE-V1XE XCBSERY.
'PHE undersigned would respectfully iu
1. form tbe public that be has started a
Grape-vine Nursery about one mile northeast
of MitHiutown, where be bss been testing a
large number of the different varieties of
Grapes; and having been in the business for
eeven years, he is now prepared to furnish
VINES OF ALL THE LEADING
VARIETIES, AND OF THE
LOW IK A T K S ,
by 'be single vine, dozen, hundred or thou
sand. All persons wishing good and thrifty
vines will do well to call and see for them
JtjJ-GooJ and responsible Agent! wanted.
JONAS OBERHOLTZER, .
Mifflintown, Juniata Co., Pa.
PlilCKS or TEETH :
Full Upper or Lower Sets as Low as $5.00.
No teeth allowed to leave tbe office unless
the patient is satisfied.
Teeth remodeled and repaired.
Teeth filled to l.".st for life.'
Teotbacbe stopped in five minutes TitUeui
extracting ibe tooth.
Dental work done for persons wKViout them
leaving their homes, if desired.
Electricity used in tbe extraction of teeth.
rendeiing it almost it i.-.inless operation, (no
extra charge) at the. Dental Office of G. L.
Derr, establciied in Mifflintown in 1860.
G. L. DERR,
Jan 24, 1872-1 v Practical Demist.
"VFFERS his professsonal services to tbe
KJ public in general, in both branches of
bis profession operative and mechanical.
First week ft every month at Richfield, Fre
mont and Turkey Valley.
Second week Liverpool and Wild Cat Val
ley. Third week Millerstown and Raccoon
- Fourth week at his office in M'Alisterville.
Will visit Mifflin when called on.
Tecih put up on any of the bases, and as
Hber.tl as anywhere else.
Address by letter or otherwise.
May 1, 1872-ly
New Lumber Yard.
BEYER, GTJYER & CO.
Have opened a Lumber Tard in tbe bor
ough of Patterson, and are prepared to fur
nish all kinds of lumber, such as
Siding, Flooring, Studding,
Paling, Shingles, Lath, Sash, &c.,
in large or small quantities, to suit cus
m Persons wan tine Lumber br the ear-
load can ba supplied at reduced rates.
BEYER. GtJYER 4 CO.
George Goshen, Agent,
Pattarson, May 15. '72-tf
PLAIN and Fancy Job Printing neatly exe
cuted at this Office.
gry t$oods, (Srorrrirs, (Qntfttstrarf, dt.
STILL AT THE FRONT.
First in the Field with our New Goods for the
ALL THE NOVELTIES OF TUE SEASON
TILT EN & ESPENSCHADE'S.
DOLLY VARDEN THE GREAT RAGE
in Woolen and Cotten Jlatcrhils.
Alexis Cloths, Japenese Stripe,
The Popular Goods, in New and Choice Styles.
Maripose Pekas, Figured and Stripes,
The Handsomest and Cheapest.
Yosemite Marseilles, Stripes,
In Beautiful Designs.
BLACK AND COLORED SILKS, ALPACCAS,
And a Lost of other things which must le seen to he appreciated.
WHITE GOODS DEPARTMENT,
Of any aud everything at prices which defy competition.
One of the best, in Ii onnty. cmbracius all the New and Best f tvlcs j
for the Spring and Summer Trade, for Ladies, Minxes and Children the!
same exclusive! tor our trade at
Grocery and (Jueensware Department.
For our Grocery and Qucensware Department we have secured
one of the finest rooms in the county in the Old Fellows' Hall.
Just opened one of the largest and best stocks of Goods ever
brought io the county, all of which are kindly submitted to the inspection of all
our numerous friends and customers. For quality and prices we defy competition
WE SOLICIT A PULL SHASE OF PUBLIC PATR0UAGE.
TILTEX & ESPEXSCIIADE.
Slav 1. 187:2.
D. W. HAELEY & GO 'S
Is tbe p!ace ttLcre you can buy
llie lcsst anl tlie CheapcM
MENS YOUTHS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
HATS, CAPS, SCOTS, SH03S, AND FU2ITISSI1T& MODS.
WE are prepared to exhibit one of tbe most choice and select Stocks ever offered iu this
market, and at ASTUSISJIIA'G LOW PRICES .'
Also, measures taken for Suits aud parts cf Sui:?, which will be ns.idu to order,
at short notice, very reasonable.
Kemtmber the place, in the Nevin Building, two doors wcet of the Keystone
Store. BRIDGE .STREET. MIFFLINTOWN, TA. may 8, 1872-lf
DR. P. C.
IEAI.ER IN EVERYTHING THAT
The public attention is also invited to his large assortmentof
AH persons who are in need of Spectacles will find it to their advantan to
call, as tbey will find th. largest stock in the comity to Htdect from. CUML
AXD HAVE YOUR EYE SIGHT RESTORED.
NEW STOCK JUST RECEIVED OF
VIOLIXS, ACCORIEO-S AND HARMOXU ONS ; ALSO A SFLENDID
TOILET ARTICLES FOR THE LADIES,
With an mmense stock of NOTIONS Something for everybody, young
and old, at the .
PATTERSOX DRUG STORE.
THE GREAT DISCOVERY.
Kunkers Bitter Wine of Iron.
KUN'KEL'S BITTER WINE OF IRON
will effectually cure Liver Ccmplaint, Dys
pepsia, Jaundice, Chronic or Nervous De
bility, Chronic Diarrhea. Diseases of the Kid.
neys, and all diseases arising from a Disor
dered Liver, Stomach or Intestines, such as
Constipations. Flatulence. Inward Piles, Full
ness of Blood lo the bead, Acidity of the
Stomach, Nausea, Disgust for Food. Fullness
or Weight in the Stomach, Sinking or Flut
tering at tbe pit of the Stomach. Swimming
of the Head, Fluttering at tbe Heart, Cho
king or suffocating Sensations when in a tying
posture. Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes,
constant imaginings of evils and grfi de
pression of spirits. THEY ARE ENTIRELY
VEGETABLE and free from Alcoholic S'imu
lants and all injurious ingredients, and are
pleasant in taste and smell, mild in their
operations, will remove impurities from the
body, and give hoalth and vigor to the frame
KUNKEL'S BITTER WINS OF IRON.
This truly valuable Tonic has been so
thoroughly tested by all classes of the com
munity that it is now deemed indispensible
as a Tonio medicine. It costs but little,
purifies the blood and gives tone to the stom
ach, renovates the system and prolongs life.
I now only ask a trial of this valuable Tonic.
Price SI per bottle. E F. KUXKEL. Sole
Proprietor, 'J59 NORTH NINTH STREET,
below Vine, Philadelphia.
ASK FOR KUNKEL'S BITTER WINE OF
IRON AND) TAKE NO OTHER.
If your Druggist baa it not, enclose $1.0!)
to my Address, and the medicine, with ad
vice free, will follow by next express train
to you- Feb. 28, 72-6m.
S1WKEP PATE ITT FOITOTAIH PEIT
Wr.rre Ten Hoto. Holderlltsanypen. By Mail,
Nifkel.tl.ro; rubber, $1.50. $3 00 and $3.50: also su
perior quality Gold Prua, Rubber and Gold Pencils, Ac
Pen repaurea 50c each. Si-t.rt sump f.w Ctmilnr.
GEO. r. HAWKJCS, 66 Nassau St. M. I.
LARGEST STOCK of Dress Goods in the
cw'ti-ty at Tilten & Espentchnde'i.
prices to suit all purcuisers. .every t
CONSTITUTES A FIRST-CLASS
Estate of Slomfn plough, Hectar J.
Y i HEREAS Letters of Administration on
the estate of Solouon Plough, l;ite of
Delaware township, dee'd, have been grant
ed to the undersigned, all persons indebted to
said estate ate requested io make imuiedia'e
ptymcnt, and those having claims against
tbe estate will present the same properly
authenticated for settlement.
G W. SMITH, Admr.
May I, lP72-Gt
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ON THK LIS E OF THK
UHI0S PACIFIC RAILROAD-
A LAND GRANT CF
ie, 000,000 ACRES
Best Farming and Mineral Lands in America.
3,000,000 ACRES I NEBRASKA,
GREAT PLATTE VALLEY,
GAHDIIV of the WEST.
SOW FOR SALE !
These lanes arc in tbe central portion of
I lie United States, on the -list degree of Xurtk
Latitude, the central line of the great Tem
perate Zune of Ibe American Continent, and
for grain growing aud stock raising unsur
passed by unjr in ibe I'nited State.
CIlEimt IN PRICE, more f.mWn
terms given, and more convenient la umkrt
tbnn can be found elsewhere.
FREE EIKRZSTEIDS FOR ACTHL SETTIEOS.
The Best Locations for Colonies.
Soldiers Entitled to a Homestead of
Ftcv Vasstri to Purchasers of Land.
Send for the new Dec:iptive Pamj-hlol,
with new maps, pnblihed in Englisb, Ger
man, Swedish and Danish, miittfd tr-c ererj
wberc. AdJress O. F. DAfli,
Land Commissioner, U. P. K. It Co..
Columbia Fire insurance Company
OFFICERS ANI DIRECTORS
S. S Detwiler, Pres"t.
H. Wilsos, Vice-l'res't
lltnn'T Thomas. Treas.
J. F. Fursu rr, Sec"y.
J. S. Strisk.
M. M. Stricklkr.
R. T. Kton.
J. IS. ItACUMAN.
For Insurance or Agencies, address
J. F. r It r DUFF, Set'y, Columfcla, Pa.
HIS SALE BY THK
Burlington and Missouri River R. R. Co.
MILLIONS OF ACRES
On Ten Years' Credit, at 6 perct. Interest.
Mo part ot principal Cue tor two j ears. n l
tbenee only one-ninth yearly till piid iu full.
Prcwnrts will pay tor land tad improve
ments wii bin 1 lie limit of this generous credit.
J?S15etter terms were never offered, ar
noi now. n probably never will be.
CIRf I tlBS giving full particulars are sup
plied gratis : any wi.tbing to indues others tu
emigrate wiih ibem. or to form a colony, ara
invited to atk for all they want lo distribute.
Apply to CEO. 8. H1RRIS Land Comm'r.
For Iow:t Lands, at Burlington, Iowa,
And for Nebraska Lands, ai Lincoln, tb.
PORTABLE SODA FOUNTAINS,
$10. $30, $75 and $100.
GOOD, EU2AELE A1TD C22AP !
Snippet! Iteady tor L'at I
J. W. CHAPMAN & CO , KadisDn, Lid.
-SEND FOll CIRCULAR. &a
Munson's Copper Tubular Ligbtuin UcJ,
with Spiral Flnnres, is tbe most complete
protection against libtumg cst invented".
Endorsed hy tUe scient.tie woll, rd ty
Wholesale Leslers from Maine to Georgia.
Send for Circular to LOCK II A KT S. CO , iNM
Penn St.. Pitti-burgi. Pa., or X. V.COI'I'Eil
LIGIITXIXli I'.OK CO., S3 Union Siin-a
(No'lh). New Y"rk.
TBABE ?f MARK-
' he Kcsl
Hair Dressing ami tlcsiarvr.
Yctir ru.?giit lns it.
1 frnlnry of Trlsmulis r Jp- pi;,
liver difea;e, bowel com Uiiuis and Turinus
febr.lc and uc.tous Iisorde:s, Las ilu uori bi
lled the Sc'izrjr Spi, and tlie.e victories
now repeaTed ihruuh'j-.it hfini'.'pbere Vy
TaREANT's Ef FVKaCKNt Sti.KCft i I l.UlENr ;
Containing all the cl..'UinTs a:ttt ; r.Hluciiij; aii
tke hap v reu!i. if I lie tirev l-rniin Sp rii:c.
sold in' all ii:uaijisrj.
V J Sil"'f3 Far an; c.ie of Ulind. ill. ?-
VltUUV IV.es ih-.l iz Uimi's PtiK
Kkmih.v failj t icTive. li i" prepared ex rcs
ly lo cure Hie I'.'t-s. au i tis.. id
by all Vtu-A :ti. IVu?, t i.CO--
t. v.". 'lie lor j.ar-icit i!". ' itioti'-y
AGENTS V..NTE! tf-n-s mike w;e
nmnrv at work !ur 11s I bait : anvliiin;
elc. liuiiitisss Sight and pi in.iiiui. lV.r
ticulnrs tre C. TiN'ox a: t't , 'f Art
I'ublith'r.1. Portmu.!. M.iir. .
lG CO., x. y. PRICE
enti t lrtulars Free""
Agents, we wi'l piy Jim 610 l"-r week in
c-uli if you will e:Ma.i null 115 at onci:.
Everythini; f.i-ml espciises pi'i.
Address F. A. LLLij S CO.. Cb.irl.nie, Mien.
("HEAT 3E0IfAL S8S!i of i.-pfii! know;
Ol edge ! alt t-cm trie for Iwi slump'..
Addi3J Dr. Bus .f..;.TK & Co., Cii.ei:;i.
NEW BOOT & SHOE SHOP
In Ecyia's Ecw Bailiirg' cn
BRIL"JE STREKT, M I F F I. INTO U' N.
rp HE unJrsigni-d, lite of ihc firm of F.t
1 sick & North, would rcpsctfully a
nounce to the Ttihlic ilitt he bus opeut l
Boot and Shoe Shop in Mnjor Ncvin's New
Building, on Bridge street, AlifHntown. and
is prepured lo manufacture, of the best ma
terial, all kin-is of
ROOTS, SIIOE3 AND GAITERS,
GENTS', LADIES AND CHILDREN'.
He al-o keop? on hand a tirga ana cU
selected stock of
of all kinds, for men, women aud chiilron.
ALL WORi WVSB.lS'lP.
Give me a call, for I feel confident tbit I
can furuUa yuc wita any kind of work you
Repairing done nratly and at reason
able rates. J. I.. NORTH.
May SI, 1871.