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La Monataine's Terrible DaatL
The following details of the death of
the aeronaut La Moontaioe, at lona,
Michigan, are printed in the Chicago
Timtt of Monday :
A heavy squall of wind delayed the
attention for three hours, but at the end
rf that time the air became perfectly calm.
I'nder the direction of the professor the
balloon was gat into position, and its in
flation withj hot air commenced. The
canvas was soon filled and loomed up
nearly si-venty five fuel high. The bas
ket was i!l'w one, of a size sufficient
to liolJ one person comfortably. It was
attached t; the bill on by six or eight
long ropes which were fastened at thetop
to a round piece of wood, eoane two or
three fet iu diatnrter. The ropes were
in no manner fastened together between
the tip and the Wket. As each piece
was one hundred feet lung, it setmed
eveu to tli inexperienced eye th:it there
ehouM have been some webbing or net
work, at least over the bng or bulge of
It was also noticed that
the ropes were unevenly distributed,
three ir four being in a comparative
cluster, leaving the other etiaudt far
apart. Everything Icing in readiness,
ilie words," Let her go," were given, and
the air ship darted up with great rapidity
w hile the daring aeronaut waved his hat
to the nn-aFy, uncortain multitude who
almost brealblt efly and in silence watch
ed his fl;g!it. Immediately upon leaving
the ground the mouth of the canvas be
irnn to fl 'p around w ith great violence.
Y hen fully a half mile from the earth,
and hen the whole structure looked no
larger than a hogshead, the balloon slip
ped leU-een the ropes and wan instantly
inverted. Hie car and its ocenpant
droppd like a shot, and when the ropes
weie pulled taut the round piece of wood
Wf.ire alluded to - was torn from the
ranva. XV ith the most terrific velosity
the unfortunate man descended, cling
ing to the basket. That he was con
nious was evident from his struggles.
With all the intensity of a life with put
one chance, he strove to raise the bas
ket above him hoping to use it as a par
achute. He succeeded iu his object, but
. A 1 I '
when about or.a hundred leet Mgn ne
loosed his hold Llded his hands
and arms before Lis face His feet
struck the ground with a heavy thud.
Then ensued a panic and uproar ia the
crowded multiude. which is indescri
bable. Wo.kcn fainted, strong men
wept and to add to the coufusion, the
canvas came dowu on the crowd. Iu
the ru-h that ensued many were injured.
I.a Mountaine was ciurbeJjto a literal
J;lllp. iot a Sign 01 motion ur i.io w
-""tTtible ivheu he was reached. A medi--al
examination disclosed the fact that
every bone iu his bi-ly was broken aud
splintered. The corpse was laid out as
well as possible and sent to his home at
lirooklin, Mich , on the following day.
Ti:e Vienna correspondent of a London
paper writes thus, of the fashionable
drives of the Austrian capital.
I could net hive believd when I came
here two months ago that the Prater
could have assumed such a beantifull
appearance as it does now. The Haupt
Allee for a straight line of three miles
is an avenue of the richest green trees,
while on each side are areas of grass,
trim and dapper for the first mile, and
gradually merging into the wood land.
It really is a great piht cbout 5 to 7 o'
clock, for all the fashionable and unfash
ionable world are congregated and show
ing themselves off to the best advantage.
Here comes an open Court carriage,
w ith servants in cocked hats and knee
breeches, a great many hats are taken off
and the inmates, one of whom is sure to
be some member of the Royal family in
Austrian uniform, are kept in a perpet
ual state of bow, like those tombola toys
which could never keep still. What
the pleasure of a drive under the citcum
Etai.ccs can be I cannot imagine, for
whenever I have met the L'ropeior or
oueof the Archdukes he carries his hand
perpetually on his hat as the ehortest
way of acknowledging the salutations.
The drive however is by no means ex
clusive, for following the court carriage
is a family party from the country in a
Ji icre, determined to do the proper thing
and have a carriage in style all to them
selves. The driver is snvking and as
serting his independence by reeling one
fool upon the splash board. Then comes a
smart taudam, the ' swell who has the
reigns in his hands being in wholesome
terror of his leader, who looks iucliued
to dart in among the trees and scatter
lhepredestrians. An old dowager now
lumbers by, fat horses, heavy chariot.
over fed coachman, aud a pretty girl on
the opposite seat who uses her eyes
pretty freely when grandmamma is not
looking. In the next carriage is an other
young lady, all by herself, dressed up
to the height of fashion, and with a large
xpe nditure of paint over the eyes and
cheeks. She frequents the gambling
enloons, and usually is full of money.
Mrs. Turlington will not allow Ike to
play the guitar. She says he had it once
wheu he was a child, and it nearly killed
When is the most dangerous time to
visit in the country ! When the trees
are shooting and the hull-rushes out.
Punch asks : "Whv is the man who
Lrs noi bet as bad as the man who docs?"
Because be is no better.
Advertising is the ladder by which
businessmen climb to fortune, if they
only keep a hold.
a ne e fe-
ture among the industries of 8omli Afri
ea, and is yet in its infancy. There are
many different modes of procedure adop
ted ; ail, of course, with the satrle object,
that of keeping up the numbers of this
valuable bird, which has been bunted so
persistently for the sake of its feathers,
that there are now no wild birds south of
the Vaal river. Graham's Town (which
is amoet agreeable place and delightfuly
situated in the eastern province) has iu
its neighboihood several ostrich faimers,
some of whom are very successful. It is
found necessary to confine the birds in
iuclosures large enough for them to ob
taiu their own food (consisting of grass
and various kinds of herbage), just as if
tbey were in a state of uature. If they
are kept in smaller pa'ldocks they must
be supplied with food by artificial means.
A stone wail, three or four feet thick,
wiil cnerallv keep them in. Some
farmers have adopted no incubator, and
by i:s n-eans they have raised a consider-
able number cf young bird?, which at
the end of a month are worth 10 each.
Others allow the birds to hatch their own
eggs. Tt.e feathers, which are f lunged
iu a narrow pen, into which the birds are
enticed one by one, vary iu quality and
price, according to tho age of the birds
and t'ie portiou of the body from which
they are plucked, some of the best bein
worth Xi5 per pouud.
The farming of the ostrich, if well
and carefully conducted upon a suitable
farm, with the necessary enclosures and
plenty of food, is fonud to be very profit
able ; and it is now becoming quite a
common thing among the sheep farmers
to keep ostriches as well as sheep ; but
the birds are easily injured a slight
blow from a stone or stick will break
their legs, iu which case the bird inevl
tably dies. The cock-birds, whose plum
age is hlaek and white, are often exceed
ingly fierce, especially at or after pairing
season, when it is dangerous for a man
on foot to approach them, as they will at
once give chase. When they overtake
the fugitive they knock him down with
their foot, as a man would with his fist,
aud strike and trample their victim on
the ground, often inflicting very serious
The Ga.mb Law. Notwithstanding
the new game law has been published,
and frequently referred to, parties either
forget its provisions, or have not seen
them. If those who desire to be posted
on this matter will clip the following and
paste it in their hats they will hereafter
be posted :
Peer May be killed from the first
day of September to the first day of
Squirrel May be killed from the first
day of July to the first day of January.
Hare or Rabbit From first day of
October to first day of January.
Wild Duck or Goose May not be
killed in any other way than with an or
Grass Plover From first day of Au
gust to first day of January.
Suipe First day of September to first
day of April.
Woodcock First day of August to
first day of January.
Quail or Patridge First day of No
vember to first day of January.
Pheasant First day of September to
first day of January.
Reed Bird First day of September to
first day of December.
Insectiverous birds may not be killed
at any time except for scientific investi
gation, or having the same stuffed and
set up as a specimen.
Trout May he caught during the
months of April, May, June and July.
"Black Uass, Pike or Pickerel may be
caught with hook and line only, all
months of the year except March, April
How He Spelled It A laughable
circumstance occurred in one of our
courts of justice, upon the trial of a case
in which a Mr. Wood was summoned as
"What is your name V asked the
"Ottiwcll Wood," was the answer.
"Uow do you spell your name, Mr.
Wood ?" asked the somewhat puzzled
Mr. Wood replied,
"0 double T,
I double U,
E double L,
Double U double 0 D."
The astonished judge said it was the
most extraordinary name ho had ever
met with, and after two or three attempts
to record it, both he and the clerks gave
it up, amid roars of laughter. -
A F&KN'Chman made a pair of panta
loons for a Pr. Lamb, but forgetting the
name of his customer, went into the mar
ket, and taking hold of a leg of mutton,
inquired of the butcher .
Vat you call dis ?"
s "That is mutton."
"Ua, mutton, is it t Veil, vat yon call
mutton's baby !"
Oui," said the Frenchman, "dat is
him. Monsieur Lamb is de vera man
vot for I make de pantaloons "
True liberty consists in the privilege
of enjoying our own rights not in the
destruction of the rights of others.
Widowers never die of trrief. Just
let them alone and they'll soon re-wive
The name of the man who sent the
first postal card is Legion
A running accountThe bankrupt's
balance at the banker s
Ostrich farming is almost
GOOD NEWS! :
. NEW GOODS!
Large Stork, at Laird & Bill's, iu
rpiIE undersigned have now open ami
-L ready for inspection and sale a large
and well selected stock ef New Gojds, con
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
WOOD & WILLOW WARE,
Fisli, Halt &e, Vc.,
All of which we will tell at price that defy
competition. All Goods warranted as repre
sented, or taken back and the money re
Don't fail to call and examine our slack
before making jour purchases.
trf Terns, Cash or Produce 30 days
time to responsible and prompt paying cus
tomers. Monthly accounts not allowed to
lap. Statement cf accounts furnished on
the loth uf every month.
LAIRD k Bt'LL,
Corner of Main au! Juniata Streets,
May 7, 1S73. Patterson, Ta.
S. B. LOUDON,
XErirs BVILDISO OA
Bridge Street, Mifflintown, Fa.,
Desires to inform his friends and the public
that be bas just received a fine and faahton-
ablc stock of SPRING GOODS, consisting of
CLOmS riain Black, Blue and Brown
CR FF Dahlia, Brown and Blue.
TRICOT Biack, Blue and Brawn.
DIAGOSALS Blue and Black.
CHEYIOTS All fihades.
SCOTCH HOODS- All Styles.
BL A CK POFSCIXSA Suoericr quality
FA VTS ASD VFST PA TTERSS Fine.
SUMMER S00Z. General Assortment.
I will sell any of the above goods by the
yard or pattern.
I also keep on hand a full line of BVT
TERICKS FA TTERSS, consisting of Men,
Boys, and Children's Shirts. Coats, Pants
J5 I will manufacture to order all kinds
of custom kojk. PRICES Reasonable, to
suit the times.
Miifliiitown, April 10, 1972.
THE GREAT DISCOVERY.
KunkoFs Bitter Wine of Iron.
For the cure of we'vk stomach, general de
bility, indigestion, disease of ine nervous
system, constipation, acidity of the stomach,
and all eases requiring a tonic.
The wine includes the most agreeable and
efficient Suit of Iron we possess ; Citrate of
.Magnetic Oxida, combined with tue most en
ergetic of vegetable tonics Yellow l'eruvian
The effect in many cases of debility, loss
of appetite, and general prostration, of aii
efficient salt of Iron, combiued with our val
uable Nerve, is most happy. It augments
the appetite, raises the pulse, takes off mus
cular Habbiuess, removes the pallor of de
bility, and gives a florid vigor to the counte
nance. Do you want something to strengthen you?
Do you want a good appetite ?
Do you want to build up your constitution ?
Do you w:tnt to feel well !
l'o yon want to get rid of nervou-ness ?
Do you want energy ?
Do you want to sleep we'l?
Wo you want brisk and vijrcrous feelings?
If you do, try Kunktd's Wine of Iroa.
This truly valuable l'onio has been so thor
oughly tested by all clauses of tho community
that it is now deemed indispensable as a
Tonic medicine. It cos's but little, purines
the blood and gives tone to the stomach, reno
vates the system and prolongs life.
I now only ask a trial of this valuable
frice $1 per bottle. E. F. Hunkel, Sole
proprietor, 239 North Ninth street, below
Ask for hunkers Hitter ine of Iron, anil
take no other. If your Druggist has it not
send $1 to my address, and the medicine,
ith advice free, will come by next express
For sale by BANKS & HAMLIN, Drug
gists, MitHiutawn, I'a.
aieat ! Meat !
THE undersigned hereby respectfully in
forms the citizens of Mifflintown and
Patterson that his wagon will visit each of
these towns on TUESDAY, THURSDAY and
SATURDAY mornings of each week, when
tbey can be supplied with
during the summer season, and also PORK
and SAUSAGE in season. 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 the county.
ADVERTISE! ADVERTISE !
To all Ken Whom it may Concern.
If you have anything to sell,
If you have lost anything,
If you have found anything,
If you have a house to rent,
If you want to rent a house,
If you want boarding,
If you want employment,
If you want hired help,
. If you want anything,
TELL THE PEOPLE OF IT
BY ADVERTISING IN THE
ttr m Ti ta
YV iVi 11 U. -We will give men & women
Business that will Pay
from $4 to $8 per day, can be pursued in
your own neighborhood ; it is a rare chance
for those out f employment or having lei
sure time ; girls and boys frequently do as
well as men. Particular free.
Address 1. LATHAM ft CO,
ZWi Washingtoa St., Boston, Mass.
CRYSTAL PALACE BUILDING,
Mvites attention to his Large Stock of ,
HARDWARE, JROl" AID MILS,
Which are now ready for inspection, consisting of the most de
sirable Goods ever brought to Juniata county.
SKATLS. ' '
OILS, PAINTS, GLASS, IRON, STEEL, NAILS, fcC.
STOYHS AT GREATLY REDUCED RATES,
to make room for other goods.
m7"tXX Faper sut Cost.
Agent for Fousc's IXL Horse and Cattle Powders.
Dec. 11, lS72-tf
WHAT TO WEAR,
Just Step into SAMUEL STRAYER'S CLOTHIUG STORE, Bridge Street,
Patterson, Fa., and He will tell You all About It
Uaviso Jupt returned from Philadelphia and New Torlc, he can supply you with the
Latent and Choicest Styles of
Clotlaing" oi Iv i 11 cl K ,
Coats, Pants. Vests, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, Watches and Jewelry, Notions, Fur
nishing Goods in entilesa variety, Carpets, Floor Oil Cloth, Furniture, 4e., cheaper than
the cheapest, for the same quality of goods. Call in and be convinced.
Measures taken and suits made to Older.
Patterson, May 11, 1873.
D. W. HARLEY & CO.'S
Is the place where you can buy
llie lot sinl the Cheapest
MENS' YOUTHS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, A1TD FUKTESEISr GOODS.
WE are prepared to exhibit one of lh most choice and select Stocks ever offered in this
. market, aud at AST0X1SIUXG LOW FR1CES .'
Also, measures taken for Suits and parts of Suit, which will be made to order,
at short notice, very reasonable.
Remember th place, in John Hoffman's
of BRIDGE and WATEK STREETS, MIFFLI.N'TOWN, PA. july 2, 1873-tf
DR. P. C. RUftDIO.
DEALER IX EVERYTHING THAT CONSTITUTES A FIRST-CLASS
The public attention is also invited to his large assortment of
All persons who are in need of Spectacles will find - it to their advantage to
call, as they will find the largest etock
AND HAVE YOUU EYE-S1GUT UESTOKED. Also, a splendid assortment of
With an mmense stock of NOTIONS.
aud old, at the -
JUNIATA VALLEY BANK
JOSEPH rOMEROY, President.
T. VAN IllVIN, Cashiei.
Joseph Pomeroy, John J. Patterson,
Jerome N. Thompson, I George Jacobs,
Loan money, receive deposits, pay interest
on time deposits, buy and sell coin and uni
ted States Bonds, cash coupons and checks.
Remit money to any part of the United States
and also to England, Scotland, Ireland and
Germany. Sell Revenue Stamps.
In sums of $200 at 2 per cent, discount.
In sums of $500 at 2 per cent, discount.
In sums of $1000 at 8 per cent, discount.
DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE.
LARGE INDUCEMENTS OFFEEED.
The nnparalled success of tho Domestic
Sewing Machine, East, West, North and
South, opens a good opportunity to Sewing
Machine men and others for Juniata county.
Make your application early, or you will
loose tue chance. Address
DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO.,
1111 Chestnut St., Philada.
rpiIE undersigned is agent for one of the
JL best 1 orce rumps, for any depth of cis
tern or well, in the world. By attaching hose
to the spout, water can be thrown 30 to 80
feet. Nothing better could be asked in ease
of fire. It ia a non-freeiiag pump.
. SAMUEL LEONARD.
Oakland Mills, Juniata Co., Pa.
PLAIN and Fancy Job Printing neatly exe
cuted at this Office.
I). I FAISTE.
HOW TO WEAR IT.
New Kui!dinr, on the Southeast corner
in the connty to Sflrct from. COME
FOR THE LADIES,
t&" Something for everybody, youns
PATTERSOX DRUG STORE.
J 0 I! WORK.
THTt READERS OP THIS TAPER SJIOULD
NOT FAIL TO
CALL AT THE SENTINEL OFFICE
THEY HAVE JOB WORK TO DO.
WE ARE PREPARED TO
EXECUTE ALL ORDERS
SALE BILLS, BLANKS, &c , &o.,
AT SHORT NOTICE,
AND AT MUCH LOWER TERMS
TO THE CITIZEN'S OF
j n s nn'co dni r,
The oldest and most reliable Institution for
obtaining a Mercantile Education.
tSTTractical business men as instructors.
For information, write for a eirrnl&r in p
DUFF & SONS, Pittsburgh, Pa.
. LEWISTOWff, PENH'A.
BEAR A HA.VAKER, Proprietor.
LARGEST STOCK of Dress Goods in the
couatT at J. ft H. A. Ktimhiiiffh'i
NEW BOOT & SHOE SHOP
. In Nevin's New Building 'on .
BRIDGE STREET, MIFFLINTOWN.
THE undersigned, late of the firm of Fa
sick A. North, would respectfully an
nounce to the publio that he has opened
Boot and Shoe Shop via Major Nevin'e New
Building, on Bridge street, MiffliLtown, and
ia prepared to manufacture, of the best ma
terial, all kinds of
BOOTS, SHOES AND GAITERS,
GENTS', LADIES AND CHILDREN.
He ah o keeps on band a large and well
selected stock of .
of all kinds, for men, women and children.
ALL WORK WABB.VSTID.
Give me a call, for I feel confident that I
can furnish you with any kind of work' you
j) Repairing done neatly and at reason
able rates. J. L. NORTH.
May 81, 1872.
Boot and Sho8 Shop.
THE undersigned, fashionable Boot OT
and Shoemaker, hereby respectful- II
ly informs the public that he has located
in the borough of Patterson, where he is pre
pared to accommodate the most fastidious iu
Gents1 Fine and Coarse Boots,
CHILDREN'S WEAR, i C.,ScC.
Also, mending done in the neatest manner
and upon the shortest notice. A liberal
share of public patronage is respectfully
solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed.
fy Shop located on the east side of Tns
carora street, one door south of Main street,
nearly opposite Laird & Bell's store.
J. W. DEAN.
March 8, 1872 .
Oil, Paint & Varnish
WHITE LEAD, RED LEAD,
COLORED PAINTS IN OIL
BURNT UMBER, RAW UMBER,
CHROME GREEN, PARIS GREEN,
CHEOJIE YELLOW, DEOP ELACE,
Prussian Blue, Lamp "Black,
Painl Bntslies, Varnish Brushes,
MTEWASH BRUSHES, SASH BRUSHES
Whiting and Rosin by the Barrel,
Sonps, Japan Dryer, rliilc Varnish
Concentrated Lye, Babbitt's Potash,
Putty ami GIiim.
The above goods, with a largo variety cf
DRUGS and PATENT 5IED1CIXE5, always
on hand at the -.k
PATTERSON DRUG STORE.
tSu' Glass cut to any size desiied.
Dr P. C. KU.ND.O.
July 12, 1871-tf
New Lumber Yard.
BEYER, GUYER & CO.
.Have opened a Lumber Yard in the bor
ough of Tatlerson, and are prepared to fur
nish all kinds of Lumber, such as
Siding, Flooring, Studding,
Paling, Shingles, Lath, Sash,
in large or small quantities, to suit rus
SF, Persons wanting Lumber by the car
load can be supplied at reduced rates.
BEYER, GUYER & CO.
Georre Goshen, Agent.
Pattarson, May 15, 72-tf
INSTANTANEOUS RELIEF AND SOUND,
Gnnranteed by using my
Instant Relief for the Asthma.
It acts instantly, relieving the paroxysm
immediately, and enabling the patient to lie
down and sleep. 1 suffered from this dis
ease twelve years, but suffer no more, and
work and sleep as well as any one. Warran
ted to relieve in the worst case. Sent by
mail on receipt ef price, one dollar per box ;
ask your Druggist for it.
CHAS. B. IIURST,
Rochester, Bxaveb Co., Pa.
i SPRING FLOWER "SUMMER FLOWERS,"
" AM AKK " Mid ASLfctr,
Liii tu n.Fmr wr kit mh wrrsw chris-j
1lk AT WO.tfc (ComolkUtod), for t)4.00
Ltwo of thflM Chmmoa -e the ike f " Wide A
Aiau ud Ft! Asleep; to ouia
Subscriber fniUh! AT OMCK
with thM Carooct.
cmn mk bet!r tnna
. with vidian wit! any i
KCKKEL'S BITTER WINE OF IRON will
effectually cure all diseases arising from a
disordered liver and stomach, such as con
stipation, flatulence, inward piles, fullness of
blood to the head, acidity of the stomach,
nausea, heartburn, disgust for food, fullness
or weight in the stomach, sinking or flutter
ing at the pit of the stomach, swimming? at
the head, hurried or difficult breathing, flut
tering at the heart, choking or suffocating
sensations when in a lying posture, dimness
ef vision, to. Price $1. per bottle. E. F.
Eunkel, proprietor, 259 North Ninth street,
below Vine, Philadelphia. Ask for Kunkel's
Bitter W ine of Iron, and take no other. If
your drnggist has it not, send $1. to my ad
ores, ana ine medicine, with free advice,
will be sent to you at once ; direct as above.
For sale by BANKS & HAMLIN, Mifflin
COAL, Lumber, Fish, Salt, and all kinds
of Merchandise for sale. Chestnut Oak
Bark. Railroad Ties, all kinds of ftrain nH
Seeds bought at the highest market prices in
cash or exohanged for merchandise, coal,
lumber. &o.. to suit eustnmnr. I am
Dared to furnish to builder bills r Inmk..
just aa wanted and on short notice, of either
eaa or yeiiow pine lumner.
Jan4 Port Roval. Juni.t Co.. P
A Large assortment of Queensware, China
ware. Glassware, Crockeryware, Cedar
ware, &e.t for sale ehcap by
J. & H. A. STAMBAUGII'S.
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al by HARLEY & CO.
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certain, and effectual, by means of which
every sufferer, no matter what his condition
may be. may cure himself cheaply, privately
Brij-Tbis Lecture should be in the hands of
every youth and every man :n the land.
Sent, under seal, in a plain envelope, to
ary address, potfpiwJ, cn receipt of six cents,
or two post stamps.
Also. Ir Culverwcll's " Marriage Guide,"
price 2" cents.
Adores the publishers,
I II AS. J. C. KLINE & CO.,
Post Office Box -l.obi 111 Lower, V.
NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILWAY.
WINTER TIME TABLE.
I hrouu'h nntl Direct Route to Washing
ton, li tltin ore, Klmira, fr'.iie,
UulT.ilo, Kochester and
iy AND A FT F.R MONDAr, OCT. 28ib,
v. the trains on the Northern Central
Railway will run as follow: "
Mail Tbais leaves Italiiinore 8:30 a m
leaves liarrisburg M 1:25 pm
leaves U'iiliamsport... 6:45 p ni
arrives at Elmira 1U:30 p ni
Cix'ti Exp. leaves IViltimore 8:10 p ni
arrives at liarrisburg l'J:2i p ni
Fast Line leaves Baltimore 1:15 p m
leaves llairisbiirg 4:50 p n
arrives at Williamsport :35 p ii
Nort'rx Cx leaves Baltimore..... ...10:S p m
arrives at Harrisburg... 2:'1) a m
Niagara Ex leaves i'ul!imore 7:40 a in
leaves Harrisburg- 10:50 a m
leaves Willlamspoi t 2:20 p ni
' letves Elmira- bi'iO p bi
arrives at Canandagua- -.00 p m
Ems Mail leaves llarrisb'g 4:25 am
leaves funbury 6:30 a ni
leaves Williamsport. 8:40 a ni
leaves Elmira 12:50 p m
arrives at CananJaigua 3:50 p in
Mail Train leaves Elmira 5:20 a tu
leaves Williamsport 0:15 a m
leaves Harrisburg 2:05 p in
arrives at Baltimore...- 6:30 p ni
Fast Line leaves Harrisburg 5:"0 a m
arrives at Baltimore 8:45 a ni
Eeie Expr's leaves guntury 0:40 a m
a: rives at Harrisburg...ll:30 a ni
EciE Mail leaves Canandaigua .. 2:45 p m
leaves Elmira ; C:."0 p m
leaves Williamsport 11:05 p m
leaves :: unbury 12:50 a ni
arrives at Han-isburg... 2:45 am
Pacifio Ex. south leaves llarrisb'g 10:4' a m
arrives a: Baltimore . S-.00 p ni
Cixcia'i Ex. leaves Harrisburg 10:40 p m
arrives at Baltimore 2:15 a m
Niagara Ex leaves Canandaigua-...11:30 a ni
leaves Elmira 2:20 p m
leaves Williamsport....- 6:10 p m
arrives at Harrisbcrg... 10:15 p m
Bal. Acc. leaves Harrisburg 8:00 a m
arrives at Baltimore ...-12:15 a m
Mail Train north and sonth. Fast Line
north, Pacific Express south, Erie Express
south, and Baltimore Accommodation sonth,
Niagara Express north and south. Northern
Expres north and Cincinnati Express south
daily except Sunday.
Erie Mail north to Williamsport, Cincinna
ti Express north and Fast Line sonth leave
Erie Mail south, daily except Monday
Erie Mail south connects at Harrisburg with
Fast Line south for Baltimote.
Niagara Express south connect at Harris
burg with Cincinnati Express south for Bal
timore. Erie Express south connects at nrrisburg
with Pacific Express south tor Baltimore.
Erie Mail north connects at Williamsport
daily except Sundays, for Elmira, Canandai
gua, Kochester, Buffalo and Suspension
For further information apply at the Ticket
Office in the Pennsylvania Railroad Depot.
. . . . . . I a iDva
ALtnt.u iv. rioin.
Harrisburg, Oct. 2S, 1872.
AGENTS WANTED FOR
TSe first and enly cnn.ptrte
tbe Pacific Slept; lXWT.pt.on, of fS
Lake. I oresu. Waterfalls. Bay'. &lvar Jars. co 1 ays.
aoo lUui (rations and Maps. Illustrated Cirouan tree.
Y.'iL FLINT 4 CO, Philadelphia, Pa.
Feb 5-3 ni
THE undersigned, manufacturer of Jami
son's Improved Plow, calculated for all
kinds of plowing, and in all kinds of round,
sold cheaper than any other plowg in the
county. He manufactures all kinds of cast
ings, bells, stoves. &e. He will also repair
reapers and threshing machines. Give me
a call, or address.
J. II. ROGERS,
Walnnt P. O.
aug 18 1872--tf Juniata Co. Pt
JtU.A. STAMBACGH always keep np
. their stock of GROCERIES and will not
be excelled either in the quality or price of
their (roods in this line. Give them a call
before going elsewhere.
All kinds of Job Work, neatly executed.