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ffgDKESDAl? MORNINO, JUNE 4, 1873. PSSSSfLVASIA RAILROAD. ON AND ficr Monday, Mar I'tJ, 1S73. Pa.aengt r fraias will leave Mifflin Station aa fwUows: SaSTWASB. r-iiladolpbia Expreaw .. 1:10 A. M. past Lioe ........ 4:09 A. M. Southern Express 6:67 A. M. pacific Ex prut., ...... ..... 10:07 A. M. Harrisburg Accommodation 11:28 A. M. Train 6:83 P. M. Cincinntti Express. 8:50 P. M. VUlWiU. pitttbarg Express...... 1:C8 A. M. Cincinnati Express. 1:"3 A. M. Southern Express- 4:10 A. M pacific Express- 6:43 A. M. Way Passenger 1007 A: M. Train - 3:3a P. M. " f l Lin P. M. JAMES KORTII. Ae't' N0TICK. Tli following scale cf prices for announce ments of oanuidates. ia the SxxfiXEL. for of it the approaching election to be pub lished weekly nntil the Primary Election will b rigidly adhered to: Senate, $15; Legislature, $10 ; Sheriff, Register ani Re corder,' Commissioner and Treasurer, '$5 each.- Commuiiioalione reoornmending oan dilates for office, 25 cents per line. Mo announcement or communication will be published unleis accompanied by tbe neat?. t TOWN AND COLNTKV. Fro!, on Saturday morning.' Boys talk about swimming now. Tbe Zouaves paraded on the SOih. Tbe public schools ia town hare closed Many of the corn fields Lave been re planted during the past week., - Ad apparatus for "hatcbioe;" shad Las been put in the river above Newport. Squire Huezrd'a house is up again. Lope it may stand the etorm this time. If you want afHsh of ice cream go to Jobn Ltka's. The mountains along the Narrows Lave been tu fire at different places since last Sunday. ' '';,- ' " A festival was It id iu a room in the Kevin lu'JJiug on FiiJay ani Saturday evenings for the benefit of tho new Methodist church. Cb alley True is prospecting for iron or ou the Mover farm. A fifteen min tites' walk will take you to the " cave' that he ia digging. Jennie Derides committed suioide by jumping in. the canal at Hariuburg on Tiiesdsr a week. Trouble between her- f elf and husband was the cause aa ex pressed by a letter to Ler husband, and also one to her mother. TuaiK gentlemen from town canght 303 trout in the head water of Licking Creek, last Thursday. A troupe of Italian Miustrda enlivened certain poi turns of the vilbge with their music on Saturday evening. ' Thb Harrisburg Tikgrnh of Satur. day says, "An immense school of shad passed np the river by this city yeater dsy. The railroad track scales built by the Fairbanks Scale Company in 1872, could weigh 654 locomotives loaded upon them all at once. Fo Sal',. A good double seated Carriage, suitable for oue or two horses Terms easy. " Apply to C- McClellan, M.filintown Ta. Men who. profess to know the habits of fish declare that fish that go to the deep waters and the sea in tbe fall al ways, if possible, return to the waters in which they were hatched Sunday Schools will be supplied with Libraries', large or small, at city prices and express prepaid, at the Dock Store of. - G. R. FarsixGER, , x .. . LewUtown, r.. May 21-3wvf "There is music in tbe sir, ....... There should be musie everywhere. The speediest and . cheapest way to get the sweetest music iu your house is to call on, or write to Wm. IloIIman of this place who sells the far famed Bay State Organ Mr. Rollrrun ij a practical musician and knows that every instru ment that he sells is just what it is rep resented to be in tone and volume. On last Friday eveuiug the Pleasant View Saving Fund and Loan Associa tion met at Perrysville and elected the following officers : President William Milliken. Vice President J. K. Patterson. Treasnrer J. L Barton. Secretary Alfred W. Snyder. Directors Jacob Esli, John Voder, James J. I'attcrson, Thomas Arbuckle, Wm. Leach. Wm. Van Sweiir.gtn, J. P. Kelly, John Gilliford, Wm. Telfer Alfred J. Patterson was elected Attor ney for the ensuing ye.r.' After tho election $12,000 were sold at as average of 34 J per cent. Nchsf.ry Fifty different kinda of apple- trees to select an orchard from at the Nursery of Michael Brubaker and To bias Page, one mile north of Oakland Mills this county. . Trees vary in size, S to 7 feet, and prices range from twenty cts. for a tingle tree down to fifteen eta. per tree, per hundred Messrs Brubaker and Page deliver all trees ordered. They will also -fill orders for any kind of fruit, ' shade' or ornamental trees' desired, and deliver them when desired, by those who wder. J - . Persons who order trees from their j nursery, receive them fresh from the ground, get them cheaper, and will have the satisfaction of knowing that they are patronizing a hjme entcrprize. Ad dress, . Bbcbakeh & Page. . Oakland Mills, Juniata Co. Pa. May 23-3t .;- .:'.'' " ' Facis Worn ii Knowing. That at the old Dental Establishment of G. L. Derr, Mifliintown, you can Lave tooth ache cured in five minutes, no pain, and keep the tooth iu your month. ST. No extracting on account of pain. There is the place to get the roost beautiful sets of porcelain teeth, and at your own prices, ranging from $5 00 to $20.00 per single set, ' and I am deter mined that hereafter no Dentist in Juni ata county shall put tip good work at jess prices than can be bad at the bid establishment. . . There is the place to go if yon want to find the Dcutist at Lome. Being no traveling or moving Deutist, Tarn always to be found at my office during business hours, and my office "is always in'MiiHin- town not one year iu .Maine and the ........ . . next in lexaa. ..:-... . There ia tbe place to have your work done promptly and satisfaction given iu all cases. .,..-.. ' "TheTe is the place to go if you',, want your teeth filled to last for life.'ahd war rauted as suth. ..... G. L. DERR.. .;. May21-3t;. Practical' Dentist. StNDAY Si riOOL COSVBMTIOS. Ac cording to - previous announcement the Jnniata County .Snnday School Associ ation hdd its Sixth Annual Convention iu the Piesbytfriaa- Churcb in 'this place," on Tuesdays and - .Wedneediy of lust wetki-' The' convention organized at-10 o'clock a.m., on Tuesday. The follow ing officers were elected for the ensuing year : , : . - President Rev J H; Stewart. Vice President Jacob Buidldr. . Secretary Dr. T, A. El Jet . .Treasurer -W. C. Laird. . . Executive Committee-- Rv Sherrard, Chairman ; Rev. II. C. die. Rev. W. 15. Wbitner; R.v. T. J f-'Lin-JV A. McGiIl, Lbcien W. Doty,lIq f Mr. S U Batesiioltz, Mr. J. W. Speddy. Miss Annie Thompson. Mi3 Kate Thomas, Miss Sallie Irwin. Mrs. Jane Showers. The following Committee on Resolu tions was appointed by the Chair: Rev. D. M Blackwelder, Rev. II. C. Shindle, Mrs J. N. Xorth, Mrs. Sarah Brown Revs. J II. Stewart and H. C. Par doe were chosen as delegates to tho State Sunday School Convention, to be held at Titusville, June 3d, 4th and 5th. Wel lington Smith and Miss Ellen Frow were chosen as alternates A large number of delegates were in attendance, and considerable iutercst was manifested by those present. It is hoped that great good will result through this convention to the Sunday School cause throngbout the county. The Committee on Resolutions submit ted the following report, which, was ra ceived and adopted : Your committee, appointed to prepare tbe usual resolutions, respectfully submit the following : - - - ... - Believing that tho Secretary's Report of tbe past SunJay School year presents iu a succinct yet complete , form all the important facts iu the S. S. woik of the past year, your committee take the lib erty of incorporating it in their own re port, aa follows : SECRETARVS KfcrORT. In submitting the following report of the number, condition and work of the Sabbath Schools in Juuiata county, the Secretary detms it neci'ssary to say that it is made cp from the reports of 37 schools, and that so mar.y of them are imperfect ia some particular or other, that this report mut necessarily bo im perfect also, and, therefore,' not of tbe same iutercst or value tliut it otherwise would be. Organiza'iun. According to these re port the firit school organized was at Church Hill, in 1S30. and the second, the Presbyterian of Miffliiitovrn. iu 183G. One sch iol was organized in 1S70, one in 1872, and one in 1873, showing that the work is still going n. Stctitiirs. Thirty nine schools Lave reported, but the following statistics are based on the reports of thirty seven, two being so imperfect as to beaif n? value. These 37 schools ehow 195 male and :Uj female teachers, making a total of 398 en gaged iu the good work of training the children for Christ ; 1194 male and 126b' female scholars, making 2460. The ac tual average attendance was 15S4, being but-a fraction over one-half of the whole number ou the rolls But very little re liance can be placed iu this, as an iuspec lion of the reports' shows that the min utes of most of the schools have been very imperfectly kept. Eigut echooli are kept open 12 months in the year All of these schools are in towns except one Academia. The average time that tbe schools are kept open is S months. Libraries. The total number of vol umes in the librat ies of the 37 schools is 8901 The largest miinbr in any one library is 500, that of Wesley Chapel M. E. It is well to state that the Luth eran school of MifCiutown have cast out all the novels from their library, yet have remaining on their shelves 2& volumes. Conversion. Light schools report conversions; two, 1 eaeli ; one, a leacn- er ; one, 3 ; one 4 ; two, u ; one ; one, 8; making a total of 36. J. his is cer tainly encouraging, and affords ample re muneration for the time, labor and money expended in the year's work. Teachers' Meetings. Only five schools report teachers' meetings, aud all held weekly some on babbath, others on week days or evenings. These are Horningtown Union, MifSintown Luth- t it t y- tt TT r eran, f reedom v., aicuoysvine u. r., and Mifliintown Presbyterian, and Fiee- spring U. occasionally. . Finances. Thirty four schools report collections for their own U3e, the whole amount so contribnted being $941 91 ; the largest amount for any oue ecLool being 981 40 by the" Johnstown U., and $79 28 by the Lutheran school f Mi flin ; Matamoras and Mifflin M. E , $50 each ; the others from that down to $1 25.. ' Bmecolence Only 9 schools report any contributions for missions, or other, benevolent objects certainly not a very good report of the benevolence and char ity ,of the Sabbath schools of tLe- coun ty.1 The whole amount contributed to these objects was $129.44. the largest amount being $50 ,' by the M. EVbf Mif flin . . j- f.ll i From a consideration of this report and from the discussions of the present convention, your . committee are promp ted to offer thefollo-wine resolutions? Rtsolied.TbtX' as', sin association " of workers for Jesus, wa are deeply grate ful for the manifest presence of tbe Spirit and the evident progiess of tbe Sabbath School work during the past year. Resolved, That the introduction of a uniform series of lesaons in each school iu the county would bo greatly condu cive to the success of the S. S. work. Resolved, That the holding of teach ers' meetings to study the lesson would secure greater efficiency in teaching, and thus largely contribute to the furthering ol the great cause. ' Resoletd, -.That, great cause . as. we, have for gratitude for the' progress' made during the past year,' we are urged by that progress to a renewed consecration of our time, energies, money and every talent to this good work. ' Resolved, , That the assistance afforded us by the press cf this county in fur thering tbe interests of the S. S. work is hereby recognized and gratefully ac knnwledged. ... Resolved, That the 'hearty' thanks of this convention are hereby tendered to tbe citizens of Miruui, Patterson and vi cinity, for their generous hospitality du ring its sessions '; also, to the PreBbyte rian congregation for the ose of their church ; also, to the choir for furnishing music tor the convention. ' V. M. Blackwelder,'? - H. O.-Shindlb, .-)" Mrs J. : n. North, '. Mrs. Sara n Brown, -'.. Committee. The convention adjxSrned at J o'clock p. m. on Wednesday.;, tie.nejxteonvfc tion will be held at Perrysville, the time to be fixed Ly the Executive Committee. COMMUsTcATIOX. Tout Royal, May 30, 1873. Editor Juniata. Sentinel: Decora tion day was observed by the citizens of I'crryf ville and vicinity in a becoming manner. . It seems fitting and appropri ate that of. all of-the days set apart by common concent, for national celebration or observance, none has a more signifi cant meaning attached to it than Decora tion Day. In the licit, bright, joyous days of early spring we celebrate it. when all nature i3 bursting iuto life. The flower is significant of immortality, and placed upon the graves of the de parted ones, tbe eigiiificancy ot the em blem becomes more appareut, and it be comes a token of love, and belief iu tbe con ing of that day, when the battle of life bing over, all shall come forth in obedience to the call of llim who is the Resurrection and the Life. During the early part of the day tbe people congregated at the school bouse and prepared wreaths and boqnets to be used in decorating the graves of those of our Juniata soldiers who repoee beneath the soil of Church Hill Cemetery. At 2 P M. a procession was formed under the Marsbalship of Charles Emerson, the efficient President of our School Board, and headed by the Perrysville Cornet Baud, marched to the Cemetery, where they were met by a large number of the citizens of Turbett towuship, who had congregated there, to unite iu paying thi annual tribute to our heroic dead. The irocesrtioo passed into the cemetery and formed around a large national fl ig, upon which: were placed the flowers to bo used in the ceremonies, the baud meAiiwhile pprforminf' several national airs. The flowers and garlands were then couse crated io their hUccdod mc, by a feeling prayer by Rev. Mr. Whitney, after which tli9d but'plea?ant duty of strewing the flower was iieiformed. There were about sixteen graves, upon each of which was placed a small American flag. A cross was erected in ' the centre of the cemetery, npoif which wreaths and bo quets were placed to the memory of the noble meu from Juniata who fell in bat tle, end whose bodies repose beneath southern soil. At the conclusion of the ceremonies the people were called together by the band playing the " Red, White and Blue," when Prof. A.J. Patterson, being called upon, delivered a neat and appro priate address, in which he eulogized the deeds of our brave soldiers, who perished iu the late war, and reminded the people of their duty tp the living. . His remarks were well received by those present, and will make for Lim many friend. In the evening a meeting of soldiers was held in the school house, which was organized by the election of T. B. Alter as President, with Messrs. Beidlcr and Smeigh as Vice Presidents, and J. L. Turbett as Secretary. A platform was constructed, on which was erected a cam paign tent," with. a gtack of musketry in front, the back -ground being draped with the national colors, the whole scene pre senting a pleasing and lively appearance. A short and patriotic address was deliv ered by Rev. Mr. Whitney, late Chaplain of 191st Pa. Vols., and he referred in eloquent terms to the sacrifices made in common by soldiers and people in defence of our ! liberties. " Remarks were also made with the same geueral import, by Maj. T hompson, Jacob Beidler and others, after which the meeting adjourned. Taking everything into consideration, the whole affair was a complete success, and reflects credit npon those participa ting. We hope this beautiful custom will be perpetual, and that tbe flower and garland will be annually laid upon the graves of the heroic dead, and thus their memory will be fondly, cherished by an appreciative people.,',' - Soldi br. . Savb your Lives and Houses by using the new "REGULATION COAL OIL FIRE TEST," foi sale at the Pat terson Drttg Store. : AIbo, Lubricating Oil of. superior nality. ... : - PLALS and Ftney Job Printing neatly eae oeted at this Office. A Country4UrllB the City. From tbe St. Louis Daily Globe. ' , I : A plain young woman from the conn try, now visiting in tbe city, writes thus to her mother : St. Louis, May 15 Dkab Mother Since i last wrote yon I've seen so much that is new to me (a country girl), that I can t begin to tell you half. Aunt Edna aud her girls are so much like city people now, that you'd never think they were raised down on Cowskiu river. Before I was allowed to bo seen, Aunt-Edna took one of causa) Lettv's black alnaca skirts, and pinned a t 3 si .- 1 i-L' i-9jCoujitrv Hans aress, to msKe me iooh cur ureu. , Mother, is it a disgrace to 1'we- la the country Because ' they fclT seem so much afraid that I shall be euspected of coming from there, that I begin to wish I was homo agaio in my calicoes and aprous r One thing I will pot allow that the girls don't like in me,' that is, to tie a great bump on my back. . Would you believe it, mother, the -women all look broken backed, like poor Jennie' Thorn ton, and seem as much weighed down with the clothes they Lave on as our poor old Ball does when he's starting for the mill with that big bag of corn on Lis back. ' ' 5i I went last Sunday with aunt and the girls to a big church on Pin&etrest. . Tou know Aunt Edua used to be a plain Methodist, oqQowakin ; Idqw iter's as fine as the finest. We had a seat to the right of the pulpit, where we could see every thing inioU, -what a sight ! The largest rnillinery'Brd' in tie-country was nothing to it. j I bad beb2 reading in tbe newepapers of the grand opening"? ior new style of hats, and I thought, maybe? this is one of them ; and then, the silks aud satins' ! Don't yon think God must feel proud to have them all eomeMo see him in their best "clothes not a . sipgle shabby-looking one thcrei, f. . Oh ! yes, I forget, there was one plain dressed woman, who looked scared, as if she didn't know where to sit. One of the meu spied Ler, and took her to : a back, seat ; wouldn't she Lave looked like a weed among flowers in the' middle seats I I noticed, when the meeting was over, that all the fine dressed ladies nod ded and smiled at each other, but nobody noticed .her.' I would Lave felt sorry for her if she hadnt been so simple as to come where none but grand dressed peo ple belong. : I wondered if she thought their God would notice her, and why she didn't go to Borne place where the Sa viour comes I You can't think what fanny looking wagons they have here to hand people through the streets. Sometimes they are so crowded that the men have to hang on behind. T It's considered very disgraceful for a man to keep hw scat in one 'and let a fine dressed ladj stand ; but, if the woman Las on a sun , bonnet and carries a basket, he can sit still it's lawful. I'll write soon agaio, mother. Your loving Katib. KUXKEL'S BITTER WINE OF IRON has reached an enviable position among medicines as a cure for Liver Com plaint, Dyspppsla" and all diseases arising from a -disordered liver or stomach. It costs but little, purifies the blood and gives tone to the stomach, renovates the system and prolongs life. Try this val uable Tonic. For sale at Banks Si Ham lin's Drug Store, Mifliintown, Pa. Attention, Far.mkrs ! If you want to buy a good lyeaper, examine the Hub bard before you buying any other. Its gearing is all neatly inclosed, and it ha changeable motion. For sale by the un dersigned residing in Walker township. Also the Taylor Hay Rake, the best rake ever introduced iuto this county. Daniel Adkkx. May 21-4t Tiiosr afflicted with Pains and Aches should try K UNKEL'S PAIN SLAY ER, a valuable remedy. For sale nt Banks & Uamlin,'s Drug Store, Mimm town. Notice. The stockholders of the Tuscarora Valley Railroad Company will meet inf MCoye ville, 'en Saturday June 7,'r373. ar t o'clock P. M for the "pur pose of electing a Board of Directors. Gkorge McCulloch, " - Thomas Arbuckle, r John Patterson, - ' ' S. B Crawford, et al, - ' 'TTfT A T Commissioners r- There are hut few systems that do not at some time or other require a tonic KUSKEL'S BITTER WINE of IRON ia noted for itsiemvigoratingptrwers. - .. r jVlAi-riecl : ACOllET FULT05---0n lae'.SJnd ult., by Rev. D. M. Blackwelder, Mr. Jacob Aughey, of 'Millord township, ana. Miss Lizzie Fulton, of Fayette township. REED FOLTS On the 29th ult, at Port Treverton, by Rev. A. T. Teager, Mr. Wil liam W. Reed, of Juniata eountyT and Miss Fianna Fold, of Perry eennty. Died s KLOSS On- the 26th ult.4 ia Walker twp., Gideon Eloss, aged 70 years, 11 months and 10 days. - 1 ' ' - " " BASOM -On the 26th inst, in this place. Mra. Barbara Basom, aged 77, years and 17 ROBtNSOi-Thi mernin Jnae 4te,- in this place, Margaret . Robififonv aged 82 years. ,1. .v ,i Caution. -iiisi i ALL perpoos are hereby cautioned against TTiintinir Piahin?. or in anv war tres passing on the fam occupied by the- under signed, in Milford township. All person ao offending will be dealt with to the full extent of the law. .JOSEPH FDNI. ALL KINDS OF BLANK WORK, Ac, done at this Office in the neatest 'manner and at low prieea. : : Tlie JXarltets. Prices of Board of Commerce. Reported weekly for tti Jomata Sauna at by the Board of Commerce ot Mifflin and Pat terson. . ' ' . Butter H lb .."-U. 25 Egs, 1 doz .. ... ........ 1) Lard, tt R) .S........O".....-.....--- Country Soap...... 8 Beeswax -0 Tallow 8 Rags 3 Wool, washed - 60 Dried Apples 10 " Peaches, pared 20 Peaches, unpared. ................. ...... 16 Cberriea, pitted . ........ 20 ' " "Blackberries.........-....1?..:....-. 10 " Rasoberries 16 Potatoes, bua 40 Onions, " 00 OronnJlAlum'Salt," $) saok .............. 2 25 Railroad Ties 50 Locust Posts, mortising 32 " " for board fence.. ........... 15 Shelley & Staabangh's Prices Current. U I Corrected Weekly. t ; ; ! ; i 5 CatsTAl Palaci, Miffliatewa, Jane 4, 1873. f Prime Roll Butter, per lb -.. 25 Eggs, per doxen 15' Lard, per Tallow, per lb .... 08 Beeswax.. 30 Dried Apples, per lb 04 " Cherries, seedless, per ft) 17 " " unseeded Ot " Blackberries.,. 08 " Raspberries 20 Walnuts, per bus - 40 Shellbarks - 95 Potatoes .....i.... CO Chickens, tire,- per 0). 08 Hama " - 14 Shoulders - . .-.,......... 07 Sides' ; ... .......:.i..Lu.. 06 Liverpool Ground Alum Salt, per sack 2 00 D. P- Sulouff & Co.'s Prices Current f -Reported Weekly . , !"-Ta" ' Grain. White Wbeat, ) bns. , v Red " " - CorDM.attftuai n;o , 1 85 . 60 .. 87 6 00 8 50 Oats Cloverseed ..... Timothy seed.. Coal. Prepared Coal, IP lon.:....-."..;..." 85 Nut. " .. . 4 25 Tea ' " 3 10 Bituminous" " 6 00 LCHBIB. ' Run of Log, 4 4, 1000 ft $35 00 5-8, 25 00 " " 8-4, " " 6-4, Hemlock Frame, . Boards. ....25 00to40 00 ... 2500to40 00 ,J...i. 2000 ....... ...20 00 Whitepine worked Flooring...-...;..' 36 00 " 1 ' German Siding 35 00 Panel Doors -...2 00 to & 00 Window Sash, 8x10, window ' 65 " " 9x12, 75 " 10x15, .-80 ' 10x14,' ' 1 90 PHILADELPHIA MARKETS. PaiLAPtLrhtA, June 3, 1873. Flooh Tbe market. moves slowly, and there is no demand except to supply the wants of the home consumers, whose- pur chases fool up 1200 barrels, including Superfine Extras N. W. Extra Family.. Ohio & Ind. do. do. .. Penna. do. - do. Fancy Brands....... $4 75(S,5 50 to 75f6 50 $7 258 60 $8 259 25 $8 25(9 25 .... $9 60011 50 market the move Grain. In the Wheat ment eontinnes of a liaiiMd' character, and prices faros buyers' ' Sales of Penn. and western red at 1 90al9S : amber t $1 99a2. Rye is nominal at STaSo." Corn is active. .Sales nf 12.UOU bus. at ezjuboo lor yeno and 64c for mixed. . Oats are ' ancbanged. Sales of 00OO bus. at 50a51e foe white, and 48a-10c for mixed. Sceds CloTersced is dull and nominal at 8aSc. . Timothy sold at $3 75 por bus. . PHILADELPHIA CATTLE MARKET. Monday, June 24 P. M. There wis sot much demand for Beef Cat tle this week, and pricca favor buyers. Sales of choice and extra at 7J.i8c, fair to good at 6a7c, and common at 6a0o. Receipts 2500 head. Co ws and calvos are dull and nominal at $50a76. Receipts 250 head. Sheep attract but little attention ; sales of clipped at 5&tc for fair to prime, and da for comm n. Keceipts 1U,IMJU beau. Hogs were dull. 5000 head 'sold at $3a8 25 for cornfed, and $7 for alopfed. Auditor's Notice. rph'E undersigned, appmnted by the Or X t bans' Court of Juniata oounty, Audi tor to audit.' settle,. adjust and report distri bution of the fund declared by the decree of said court to be in the hands of Joseph Roth rock. Executor of the last will of Robert C. Gallaher. deceased, hereby gives notice to all parties interested therein that he will, for that purpose, be at his omce in Mimmlown, en SATURDAY, the 7th day of JUNE, 1873. LUCIEN W. DOTY, Auditor. May 21, 1873. INSTANTANEOUS RELIEF AND SOUND, Guaranteed by "aing any . Instant Belief for the Asthma. It acts instantly, relieving, the -paroxysm immediately, and enabling the-'natient to-iie down and- sleep.-- V sutfere rrum lair die ease twelve years, but suffer no more, and work and sleep as well as any one. narran ted to relieve in the worst case. Sent by mail on receipt of price, one dollar per box ; ask your Drnggist for it. " . . . UIIAS. U. ilUKST, ; Rochester, Bvavkb Co., Pa. Feb 19-1 y - : - . Orphans' Court Sale. . ' . o BIT virtue of an order of. tbe Orphans,' Court of Juniata county, the undersign ed. Administrator of the estats ;of Reaben Land is, deceased, will expose to public sale. on the premises, in Delaware township, in said county, at 1 0 clock r. M., on SATURDAY, JUNE 21st. .1373, , . The" following real estate of said decedent, to wit : A Tract of Land in Said township, con taining 14 Acre!, bounded by lands of William N. Jirookhart, Amos 8tahl, Uriah Shuman and others baring thereon erected a good two-atory DWELLIXG HOUSE, BANK BARN, Shoemaker Shop, and other outbuildings. There is a good Well of watar at the door, and a fine selection of choice Fruit on tue premises. This property is located in Pfoutx's Valley, in a good farming neighborhood, about three mile east of Thompsonlown, and about one mil north of the Penna. Central Railroad. TERMS OF SALE. Ten per eeot. of tbe purchase money to be paid when the prop erty ia etrioken down to the purchaser ; for ty per cent, of tbe same when tbe sale is eon firmed by the. Court, and the remainder in two equal instalments, payable on the 1st of April, 1874, nt tjie-lst T April,, ie, o, to be becured by judgment botes ' Further particulars will be given by calling upon Wm. N. Brookhari, near the premises, or by the undersigned.. . . - - - - r C; G. WINET, : Adm'r of Reuben Land is, deo'd. 1 May 14, 18-tf . ' A Large assortment of Queens ware, China ware, Glassware, Crockery ware. Cedar ware, &c, for sale cheap by r TILTEN t ESPENSCHADC'S.. , NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Ia the place where tou cn buy, ,. .,. (,, . ' ' i ! ' 1 ' t' r ' Tlie'best cend tlie CJlie&pi$ MENS' YOUTHS" AND BOYS CL01BLNG, 1 nAT3,' CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, I WE are prepared to exhibit one of the most market, ana at A3TUSHlsillJrwu n rnrno : , , , : - ' ' ' ' - ' " v' . 'Also', measures taken for Suits aad parts of Suit, which, will be made to order. at short notioe, very treasonable..' '. ; f!'. ,y j . T ' . - . . Remember the place, in the Nevin Building, two doors west of tho KeyatoM Store, BRIDGE STREET, MIFFLINTOWN, WHAT TO WEAR, AND Just Step into SAMUEL S THAYER'S .... j'. jranexsoii. xa., ui ne Haviso jnst returned from Philadelphia Latest and Choicest Styles of Clothing of Coats. Pants, Vesta, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoe, Watches and Jewelry, Notion, Fnr-' nishing Goods in endless variety. Carpets, Floor Oil Cloth, Furniture, &., cheaper than ; the cheapest, for the same quality of goods. Call ia and be convinced. f t S5 Measures taken and suits made to order. r ' :'.;.." SAMUEL STRAYER..I.. Patterson, May 14, 1873. : " ... STffllGl ' . (Fokmcli Wooo 4 3Iasn.) STXTIOHAHY S PORTABLE Steam Engines. The Best k Wort Complete Assortment in the Warttt. These Enjincn hf.TO 1 tt. ahi"'n.l I !ie wry highest staadurd of cewHtnce. V, ? male tfa4 mannfutun ot Enifiaoa. JVbIot and fi Stills a BpxcitltT. We har tNo laTTo.it an-1 mft.it complete works of the kind m the country, wit maduoory Specially aiiaptd to work. Wa keep constently in proof larre nrmocra of Enffines, which we f urnish Atiw Try lowest prke od on the shortest coti. We build Engines SDeaally adapted to Minn. Saw Milts, Grist MiUs. TTOnenes, O)tco Gins, Uireshirs end aaciaasea of manufacturing. We are now building the Mlebratso Laas Cirm lar Saw Mill, the best and most complete saw null ot-t- invented. We m' the mannfacinr- of Saw Hill outflu a apocial fiatnro of our busiaess, aod can tumish complete on tho shortest, no' we. Our aim in all rases is to furnish the beat rca . emnsry in the market, anl wor aZmetalelj en equaled for brauty of dijni. ecoooniy anistrcng-th. Bend for Circular and i'rios 1-ir. UTtCA STEAM EMC1NE CO. VTIC , IS. Y. D. P. SULOUFF tt CO., ' (Successors to D. K. Sulouff & Co. J Grain, LumTer,Coal, Sn.lt, Plaster, CALCINED PLASTER, CEMENT, &C. The Highest Cash Prices Paid for all kinds of Grain. . Lumber, Coal, tec. Sold at the Lowest Prices. Having boats of onr own we can freight Grain, Lumber, Coal, sc., cheaper loan any other parties. We therefore defy competi tion. . JQTYoo ean make money by elliag on na before selling or buying elsewhere. Grain will bi bcczivbd i axons to i sold ar tbi 1st ei Jsnc, 1973. , P. S. Our grain is not elevated oa men's backs. Mifflintown, April 20, 1872. TIIE GKEAT DISCOVERT." ' KunkePs Bitter Wine of Iron. For tbe cure of wetk stomach, general de bility, indigestien, disease- of tn nervous system, constipation, aoidily of the stomach, and all cases requiring a tonic. ' Tbe wine iacladvs tbe most agreeable and efficient Salt of Iron we possess ; Citrate of Magnetic Oxide, combined with the most en ergetic of vegetable touice Yellow Peruvian Bark. - The effect rn maoy cases of debility, foss of appetite, and general prostration, of an efficient salt, of Iron, combined with our val uable Nerves fa most happy. It augments tb apactite, -raisM lu puise, takes off nuia-. eular rlabbine5S, removes the pallor of de-1 bility, and gives a florid vigor to- the counte nance. J9 you. want semetureg to strengthen jroa! Do yon want a good appetite! Do yeu want toiitild up your; conetUution ? Do jou wnnt to'feel well t " ' ' ' - Do yon want to get rid of nervousness ? Do you want energy t t- 's' Do yon want to sleep well ? J Do you want brisk and vigeross feelings T If yon do, try Kunkel's Wine of Iron. This truly valuable Tonie has been eo thor oughly tested by all claesee of the community that it is now deemed indispensable aa a Tonie medicine. It cos's but. little, purifies the blood' and gives tone to the stomach, reno vates tbe system and prolongs life. ' I now only ask a trial of this valuable Tonic. Price $1 per bottle. E. F. Knnkel, Sole proprietor, 209 North Ninth street, below Vine, Philadelphia. Ask for Kunkel s Bitter Wine of Iron, aad take no other. If yon Druggist baa it not send $1 to my address, and the medicine, with advice free, will come by next express train. For sale by BAXK3 & HAMLIN Drug gists, Mifflintown, Pa. . RAN AWAY from the subscriber residing in Spruce Hill township, on April 1st, 183,-8mtrel Carter, regularly Indentured to lb undersigned. Any information of bit whereabouts will ba thankfully received. JOHN MIRTZ. April 23-3t LARGS stock of Ready-made Clothing far sal by ' HARLET CO. AOTTTOiriSHniS CrOOSSL ohoioe ap.l select Stocxa yer offered ia" tbia' PA . m7.. . HOW TO WEAR IT. CLOTHIHG STORE, Bridge) Streft, wiuieu iou su aoout at. and New York, he can supply you with tbe - all Iv i 11 ! , 1 good news!' ' NEW GOODS r Urge Stock at Laird & Bell's, io Patterson ! rpHB nndorsigned 1 bare) now open and X ready for inspection and aala a large ana wen seteotea stocc er ew uooas, con sisting of ..... : ' , DRY GOODS. - ' GROCERIES. ' ' QUEESSWARE, BOOTS AND SHOES. ' HATS AND CAPS, WOOD & WILLOW WARE, FUth,' Salt, Scc.,'Jkc, All ef which we will sell at price that defy competition. All Goods warranted is repre sented, or taken back and the money re funded. Don't fail to call and examine eir si 00k before making your purchases. FT it T 1 0 .1 rrx xer-aa, vasu or rrouuee ou uaya time to responsible and prompt payiug eas terners. Monthly accounts not allowed to lap. Slateraeut cf accounts furnished oa the 15th of every month. ; .;. LA1KD & BfcXL, Corner sf Main and Juniata Streets, . May 7, 1873. Patterson, Pa. S. B. LOUDON, MERCHANT tLvILOK. ' ysrys Bcuviyo ox Bridge Street, Mifflintown, Pa.; Desires to inform his friends and tbe publio that he Ras just received1 s .ffee and fnihion able stock of SPK1NQ GOOD?, consisting of CLOTHS Plain Clack, Blue and" BroW.' C.RRP Dahlia. Brown and Blue. TRICOT Black, Blue and Brown. MAGOXALS Blue and Black. CHEVIOTS All Shades. SCOTCH HOODS- All Styles. BLACK DOESfCIXSk Suoericr Quality PA KTS AS1 reST PA TTERXSf n: nrrutrPD n rr r.o i 1 . i . I will sell any of the above goods byr Ike yard or pattern. I also keep on band a full line of BXJT TERICKS PATTERAS, eonsitmg of Men, Boys, and Children' Shirts. Coats, Panla and Vests. . gtT I will manufaetnre to order all kind of custom took. VIUCEcj Reaaaaablr, to sun ipk limes. . , Mifflintown, AnVi! 10, 1872.' New Stone and New ' Goods ' GROCERIES, PROVISIONS," &C. Hn Strest, lOliiitowa. HAVING opened out a GROCERY AND PROVISION STORE in the old stand on Main Street, Mifflintown, I would reepeet-' fully ak the aileaiioji of the poblie to tb following articles, which I will keep on band at all tiues : . ' ' SUGAR, COFFEE, TEA, MOLASSES, RICE, jp j J J -y ry DRIED AND CANNED, FRUIT. HARl, SHOULDER, DRIED BEEF, , . Confectioneries, Nuts. &c, Tpftacco, OiearsB, GLASSWARE, JElour, Feed, .Ace, - All of which will be aold cheap for Cask or Country Produce. Git me a call and hear my prices. . . . J. W. KIRK. Mifflintown, May 2, 1873. BLATCR LET'S IXPKOTES 2 Cucumber Wool Pump. Tasteless, Durable. Efficient, and Cheap. The best Pnmp for the least money. Atten tion is especially invited to tilatcaley a Patent Ioiproted Bracket and New Drop CheoV Valve, wliioh ean be with drawn without removing the pump or disturbing the joints. Also, the Copper Chamber. wbicb never crack or scales, and willoatlaiia any other. For sale by dealer everywhere. Send for Catalogue and Price-List. ' Caas. G. Hiatchlev, Mannfaet'r. -. 606 Commerce St., Philaia., Pa. FINE assortment of Cloths, Caeeimarea A. tings, &-, jut Tcosived aad for sal by 8. B. LOCDON. S 2 JLfrr