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SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MFFLINTOWN. Wednesday. Feb'- 1J, 1ST. B. F. SUHWEIEll, EDITO SO rBOPIIETOB. Tbe JIoTetucnt f Women against tbc Liquor Trade In Oblo- Tbe attention of the fchota countrj fs now directed to Ohio, where the sup pression of the liqn.ir tnffio ii being attempted in villapea ri larger towns I w, ...,1 nrillo, rf I - 1 1 1 - rU iiit , , " p!ace9 where liquors are sold, and there ' 1 . bold prajrer meetings. Ihe OBijr two things that men will not argue against ; is poetry and women exceptions are always cousidered. Ic tbe main there has been Do arguments with the ladies of Ohio. The liquor dealers haveetlb- . . '. ... " . of taeir places of tramj for days, until j tke women gave them orer as beyond tbe reach of all Luonan entreaty, or have closed their bars and abandoned j Tiikhe re tew business uieo who be their hariucss. There are several cases j liee that the volume of currency in the noted iu which the women bouplit the ! United Stitos is large enough for tbe Mock of liquor cu band aud then empti. eJ it in the gutters. The teal of the ladies has increased to such a degree that iu towns where river boats touch or land, the boats were visited aud prayers made ou board, at the bar, for ! bj suppression of tb sale there. Tbe tallowing from a Kipley, O , paper of the 7th inst., e'ates bow the work pro gresses in that place : Tbe temperance excitement is red h it. The ladies manifest a resolute disposition in Ibis matter. Tbe pro. cession appeared this moruing stronger tuau ever. Three more saloons were closed Tte most respectable dealers Lave given up. At noon the pieces, j tin subscribers. It makes tbe follow, fion boarded tbe Wiidwood, on berjing proposition t "Farmers may give down trip, and were received by tbe ' us their uauir-s and we will enter Iheui officers in a very gentlemanly and kind ou our subscription.books and forward spirit. Tbe assurance was given that the paper, the parties obligating tbem. bo liquor would be sold to citieens of selves between now and tbe 1st day of ibis place from that boat's bar while at to lect from their stock of bogs tois wharf. Tuere were on tbe boat one healthy pig, which shall be put in eouie of Keutuckj's grandiloquent j our and remain with tbe herd ol Hoods, atcone tbem a Col. Dobbiusj of J'over, who grossiy iuMiIled tbe ladies with tbe must profaue and ungentle manly abuse while Mrs. Moody was en gaged in prayer. Ha had not eveu tbe slight excuse of being drunk, or this might have been overlooked. He was returning from a chicken-fight at .Mays ville, aud felt very valorous. W ben tbe male element beard of this tbe boat as leaving, but jou may rest assured J that if they could have got at biui Mr. Dobbin; would have met wilb more daubing" aud a full supply of feathers. Tbe victory over the saloous seems as complete au it is sudden. Many as toniabed old topers are sober to.day aud as dry as hot bricks. They say it canuot be got. There are nearly five L'juJred signatures to the total absti nence pledge. Tbe public sentiment is overwhelmingly for the ladies niove cieut. '1 here was no procession this afternoon, but tho women will board the i'otomao to-night aud ask tbe saaie assurance given by the Wiidwood Tbcy are through going and mean busi tess. There was a bonfire and mas.' meeting to.nigat. Tbe following paragraph from west eru papers gives information as to bow tie work is progressing at other places in Ohio : In Ilillsboro, the women who have been laboring for ma ly days witb a Mr. I'unn, a druggist, who refuses to accede to their demands, have been astonish ed at seeing the object of their persis tened attentions as.-uiue the aggressive sad invoke the majesty of the law to sstio biru in Lis defiant attitude. Mr. I'ann has entered suit against the iaJms who have been engaged in tLe c:uade against him. lu New Vienna J. C. Van Telt, wbfl kci t a saloon bearing an a n savory rep. lU'ion, lost bis temper when the ladies "ii- ttdcd into bis place. Fuel be swore, .:. 1 then be prayed back prayed that tLe Lord would convert the ladies and '..vcu them to miud their own business. rj heu be shook barrel of beer and u'k out the plug. Iu a moment tbe :adies were covered with foam. They came rushing out, looking like mer maids, and with an awful oder of beer. Their polonaise and panuiers were wtt. ted, aud their ostrich plumes looked like whipped roosters' tails. But the ladies were not discouraged. They inarched straight home, and returned gain with prayers iu their mouths and smiles on their faces. Van Pelt stood out until he succeeded in acquiring tbe tbe name of beiug tbe wickedest man in Ohio, when he surrendered aud help. cJ to smash his own whisky barrels. Then (he ladies presented him witb $150 acd started btin on a lecturing tour. Ia Wilrairgtcn the ladies have a por table church on wheels, like a daguer. rcao car, which they roll around in front of liquor saloous. There tbe car stand whde the ladies pray and sing "'oionatieu" and '-Old Hundred." Ooe day tbey all crowded around a beer wagon whu'h was labelled "Mariet ta Ice." The driver escaped, after tbey prayed bim craxv, and started for Sabine. But tbe ladies anticipated bis arrival by a telegraph despatch, abd the Sabine ladies met bim with bis load of beer aud prayed for bim till, like Saul, he gave up in despair. Ia Washington they tell a story about Ralph Johnson, who became aiarmed when tbe ladies came and pray- j ed in bit saloon. Tbe next day Ralph ram to tbem almost heart Drosen, ana ard if be could only get rid of 6e ' barrels of whi.sVy which 'he then bad on band be wonid join tbe temperance eaose himself. "We will boj your poisonous wbiskj and pty jtm for it," aaid tbe ladies. "All right, said Ralph, and took $300 and rolled tbe whi.sk j out. Tbe !:3ies emptied the whiskj out into the street, ltalpb join ed the causa oue day, and then went to L Dchburg. CoNORtSS has been largely petition ed to propose aa amendment to tbe Constitution of the L'uited States rre. i oguizing Deity or God as recognized Iy the orshordoi church. Such a j , , , , , J clause in the fuudatueotal law of the United States would ultimately result in too close a nnion of State and Church, and be destructive of the best interests of both instruoiaiitali. ties. The State has as great power now as it needs, and tbe hurcb has I tbe protection of law for all work, eon r for all agency ..jsistent with ''free acencj" for the Cliristitiizatiou aud regeneration of our j people. rej'iircmeiit of Lusiiic?. Tbe Democratic party in this state has no organization, as is evidenced iu 1'ailadclpbia where they have declared in favor of Col. McCIure. A GREAT many of the strongest op ponents to the increase ot currency or eoovertable bonds are found among the "National Bank" men. The Patrons of Husbandry admit women to membership. The Pioneer F-irmer, published at Forsyth, Mo., engages in none of your chromo gift-enterprises in order to ob- j bogs, aud treated in tbe same manner that the party treats his own stock, uu til the 1st day of October, wbeu, it living, it is to be delivered to as : if it dies it shall be our loss. If the pig is delivered iu a healthy condition, we will tend the paper eighteen months, otherwise one year. Now every farmer knows that au ordinary pig is not worth more than fifty cents, and the cost of j keeping it will never be felt by the far. mer. 1 tils way every larnier can get the paper without money, aud very lit. tie labor. W bo will be tbe first on tbc list! A BOT medium is giving spiritualis tic seances ia Boston, and his powers of trickery are great. He uses the usual cabinet, which be hides hit move- ments from the audience. I'ut into it with a rope in bis lap, in one minute be is s i intricately tied that five minutes ts consumed by tbe committee in unty ing bim. A coat is sewed upon him so tight around tbe waist that the circum ference is less than that of his head ; but in a twinkling it is off without a stitch having been broken. Waxed l j l corus .re ueu so urmiy arouuu o:s wrist . that they cut iuto the flesh, aud bis . bauds thus fastened behind him are bound to a staple. Then his bead is tied to another staple, and his feet to another. Thus hampered be is sbnt up witb a knife in bis pocket. Upon reopening the door the cords are found cut from the staples, leaving intact those which encucle his wrists. Other of his performances are equally bard to explain. His name is DeWitt, and bis mother coutiols tbe exhibitiou, which is highly renumt-rative. Tue Department of Agricultural bas received favorable reports from nearly all nf the Southern States with regard to the experiments made in tbe culuture Oi" jute. That raised in Lou isiana is said tc be superior to the orig. ioal jute of Iodia, od Georgia plan ter believes that at five cents per pouud net, it will pay better to raise jute than cotton. Gunny bags and rope are made from jute, the finer qualities of which arc nsed for making imitations of huuisa hair. IlON. FKtrRICK WATTS, the ( om. missioner of Agriculture, states that tbe telegram cent from Washington a days ago to the effect that the Agricul tural Department it "distributing seeds ! more freely by express when the expense is paid by tbe receiver," is a fabrica tion, and that it bas and will cost bim a great deal of trouble. lie expects that it will oblige bim to read and an swer five hundred letters to explain that the department never seeds seds by express under any circumstances. The war od tbe wbi.sk j saloons throughout Ohio by the ladies contin ues, and many ludicrous scenes occur. One saloon-keeper has engaged a full brass baud to play during the presence of tbe ladies at the place. At one place tbe ladies were insulted, aud at mother asssulted, but tbe latter was arrested. Tho agitation is spreading to the ladies cf New York State. M. Lach ACD, who defended Marshal Hazaine on bis trial, bas declined to take any fee, and tbe ex-Empress Eu genie bas sent bim a present as a sou. venir of tbe affair. The Queen of Spain bas assumed tbe costs of '.be trial, and bas offered to provide for tbe education of ISazaioe's children. James Cornelias, the oldest citizen of ; Lewisbarg, died recetitly.'ins progeny numbered 145, 116 o whom re still Ih ing. j BIIORT ITEMS. Peach trees are hi full bloom ia JieW Or leans. All tbe brothers and sisters of Chang led Ens; were twins. Tbe temperance movement has at last reached Japan. Tbe Miner' building association of Ly kins is worth $100,000. A starving woman in Paterson, II. J., spent ber Last 96 tor a wig. Easton has bad over two hundred Case of measles, and not one resulting fatally. STr. Proctor savs th.t this earth of ours at the end of 2'JOU years will be behind time about three minutes. The IndeirB(tent Grant-es, a scciety which opposes the tHriuem' granger, met at Alinn, ou the 17th inst., to perfect or ganisation. The President has approve! the Congres sional joint resolution authorising a special Court of Inquiry concerning General O. O. Howard. Mrs. Jacob Siegfried, of AHentown, tan a nail into her foot a couple ol weeks since, wbicb resulted ia dealb Iroui lockjaw a few days ago. An eattem man hss been swindling the people of St. Louis by se.ling reddish seed, hu h he represents as the genua ol a new Arctic Morning glory. Paris, France, has worked itself into a fit af righteous indignation, against dueling, and sentenced a man who rec ntly fought a duel to four years imprisonment. Fred Coper, a boy of sixteen, is under arrest for the murder of his sister, by cut ting her throat with a penknife, at Union, Erie county, Pa , on Saturday a week. The residence of Mr. Joseph Kiinr, in ! Triumph, near Tidionte, Warren county, as burned on the niUt of the 4th, and Mr King perished in tbe Baiaes. Thomas George, of Syraeme, has been mulcted in damages to the amouut ol $150 for setting his dog upon a girl earned Kaa nan. It ought to have been $1,004 at least. Alfred Tiley and Win. Zinger. employes at the Allentown rolling mills, weie both smothered ts death on tbc ftb inst., while i at work Sling a v.i!e at the bottom of a well connected with the mills. Christina Boon-;, aged l!, was instantly killed at ilell rt'a at Kins.) a fonrdrv, on the 9th inst., by an iron pipe, which he was assisting to load upon a wagon, falling iipow his ni k. Martin Hipgtns, the harkman converted of an outrage on Mary O'Brien, an lr sh girl from Philadelphia, was sentenced by Kecoider Ilackett to tweuty years in the State prison. A call for a State convention of coa' miners, to be held at Harrisburg on the 2',lh day ot M ireh next, has b'en issued by John Siney, President of the Miners' Na tional Association. Mr. Jacob Amman, of Glade, VCarren county, has hurried five children withia the past three mouths. The two lait ones diod of diplheria and another one ia sick with this dread disease. "Whether a dirty woman with a sweet temjier is to be preferred to a cleanly one with a sour temier," or not, ia what is troubling a Westmoreland county debating socRt; just now. They have a genuine case ol leprosey in Detroit, and it is asserted that the disease is more or less prevalent in a number of c,,i" "l ,ne co"mr nolan,v B rranc"- co, wnere 11 lias oeen icirouuccu o mc Chinese. A young Japanese nob'eman, a scion or one of the most pcwerful families in Japan, who was sent over to study the sciences at Ann Arbor, Mich., a year ago has been con verted and baptised into the Methodist Cmirch. On the 10th, inst., a delegation of ladies were h-ard bv the House Committee on a i.r.n.rtiwifi- st Y anIi mr ion. advocatimr ' ' n ,I)pr,H.1!l,i(JI, ol $j MM, j i4 the Soldiers and Sailors' lh-phaus' Home at Getlsyburg. At Ironton, Fayette county, two weeks ago. a little girl nuncd Kegan, aged four years, fell into a coke oven and was burn ed to death. Her mother, on hearing of the occurrence, became 10 excitsi that she choked her intant child on her lap to death. The Philadelphia and Reading Coal and Iron Couiuiny whea working all their cl liers full, employ 7,toO lileu and boys in tbe Qiining department, and 1,1)70 in the engin eer and itniiroveinent department, includ-' ir.g :-ti men and boys ia tbe iron ore re gion. Statistics show that the larger part of C'ime in Kngland committed by men is com mitted by young persons butween twenty and thirty years old, and of tbe crime com mitted by females the greater share is com mitted by persons between thirty and forty years of age. Victor II tio lias been very unfortunate. First his daughter was drowned, with her husband, tshile boating, at Jersey; Charles Hugo died in Brussels ajearago; Francois has just been carried to the grave, and one daughter ouly cow remains of all the poet's Ix'nily. Counterfeit $2 notes, well executed snd calculated deceive, have made their ap. pearance, enumctating from 'ew York They are on the following banas: First a- tioual, Ninth Nations , Marine national Shoe ai.d Leather, National Bank of the ! State of w York and National Bank of Commerce. A woman in JefTersonrille, Ind , dressed up a figure in ber abseut htisiia'id's best Sudday-go-to-nieeting clothe and set i outside tbe window. Of course, by the pale light of the absent moon he thought ii was a burglar or a rival, aud he perforated that figure wilh six bullet holes aud then cut it ith his bowic belore he discovered the mist.tke. Tbe varnish applied by the Chinese to tea chests is made of freshly-drawn blood, a little alum, and four parts of powdered slacked lime. Unc, two or three coats of this mixture, applied while viscid, make the packages impervious to moisture, render ing tiu-fuil unnecessary. I fit useful ia the printing office, as it ke.-ps well. Rrcently a boy aged 12 years was liber ated at Ambov, on the Illinois Central, from an empty box in which he had been im prisoned for six days and nights, without food or water. He crawled into tbe car at Cairo to sleep. The boy was mnch emaci ated, and had both leet badly frozen. He was sent to his relatives in Chicago. . Mr. Abraham B. Peoples, of Clearfield county, met with a fatal accident on the 4th inst. While engaged in hauling alarge spir, a prop suddenly gave way, when the spar swnng around and caught his head be tween it and'a hemlock tree, crushing bis head and face borriblr and break in ir his neck, causing instaneoua death. He was ahrwt thirty-screw years .Id. Tbe school book swindle bas long vexed nearly et'ery school district In the eouutry: The Missouri Legislature, to correct the evil, is considering a bill which provide! for a universal series cf text books, to be pie pared by the State Superintendent of Schools and to be copyrighted by the State. Uniformity at least, is needed in every State. N'eter put a psrticle of soap about your silver if you would have it retain its origi nal lustre. When it wants, polish take a piece of soft leather and whiting and rub bard. The proprietor of one of the oldest silver establishments in the city of Phila delphia says th.lt "housekeepers ruin theif silver bv washing it in soapsuds, as it makes it look like pewser." Fifty plrs of sheets that had never been used, and more than three thousand dollars in gold and silver coin, weri found in a chest belonging to the widow of the late Janes Hubhard, of Middletown, Conn., a few days ago, after her de;ith. The money bad been there twenty years, and would have amounted to (12,000, if it bad been put on interest. The Sunoury Dmily, of Monday last, says : John B iker and John Conrad, of this place while ergigrd in qnarryiog stone last week at the Clement qnarry above town, nneartbed at a depth of ten feet from the surface, seven anaaes four blacksnakes and three copperheads ; one of the former being five feet in length, and one of tbe latter four feet. They displayed lively evU deuce of vitality and were immediate! d;s patehed. BcrrALO tow hp, Butler county, Pennsylvania, defies any township in any county in tbe State to beat it for Via babies, in proportion to tbe num ber of families in the township. A correspondent writes as follows t "We have two hundred families in tbe town ship, and in tbe last twenty years we have had eleven seta of twins born and one set of triplets ; nearly all of wbicb are living, and nearly all of tbe parents of them live on adjjrr.ing farms. Be. low is a 1 st of the names of tbe parents of all of tbem ; B. S. McAlister and wife are tbe father and mother of two sets; John McAlister and wife of two seta; Kjbert Fleming and wife of two sets; Wm. Fleming and wife of one set ; 1'bilip Walters and wife of one set ; R. J. Law and wife of one set; J. B. Keed and wife of one set; An. drew McCafJerty and wife of one net of triplets, all living, all three girls. "Beat that if you can !" . . , A woman named Brink, while board, ing at a bouse ia Port Jervis, N. Y., gavi birth to a child. When she came to Itave tbe house she could not pay ber board, and the child was kept as security. The mother went to get her baby several times, but was not allow ed to have it until she paid ber board. S!e finally stated ber case to officer Burton, who went and demanded tie child. After some angry diouMou the boarding house keeper stripped tbe child of all its clothing, and told the officer to take it. He wrapped the dis puted property in a shawl and deliver" ed it to the rejoicing mother. Mr. Joiim Hoei.le, who resides on South street, between Secoud and Third, met with a very serious acci. dent, on the 13th inst. He bas em ployed at tbe Lochiel Iron works, Har ribur, and while engaged in removing the belting from some of tbe machinery, bis coat was caught by it, aud be was carried to a height of twenty-five feet. from which be fell, head foremost, upon a pile of iron rails. His bead was cut aud skull fractured float the centre to beiow tbe knee. It is feared bis injur ies will prove fatal. Detroit Eret Prest : George W ash. ington's watch has reashed Detroit at last, and it is now banging in a pawn, broker's window, properly labelled. Washington's only watch bat for sever. al years been ou sale in the tweuty two leading cities of America at tbe same time, and uo one need be deterred from purchasing this for fear that the stock will run out. A Thomas in Worcbestcr, Mass., whose buildings were set on fire and damaged by lightning, hat resovered damages from the lightning rod com pany, whose agent, when fixing the rods in the building, guaranteed protection ,w sidrerfiArment. Disselntion of Co-Parlnersblp. "JV"OTlCE is hereby given that the Co 1 partnership heretofore existing h.-tween Solomon Beonttr and Christian Benner, trading tind -r the firm name of Solomon Benner k. Co., in the manufacture of bug gies and carriages, was this day dissolved by mutual consent. All persons knowing themselves indebted to said tirm, and those having cl lims against the same, will please call and settle their accounts with Chris tian Benner, who will still carry on the Above business at the old stand in McAlis ter riile. SOLOMON BKNNEK CUK1.STIAN JiENNER. Jan. 24, 1S74. AuiulrjlNtratorM' Set ice. Estate of JoAa Krlin, deceased. WI1EKEA3 Letters of Administration on the estate of John Kerliu, late of the borough of Patterson, deceased, hiv ing been granted to the undersigned, ail persons indebted to said estate are reques ted to make immediate payment, and those having claims will please present them pro perl v authenticated lor settlement K. L. Gl'aS, Mm'r. Feb. 4, 1874. Dissolution. THE partnership heretofore existing be tween W. C. Laird and William Bell, tridmg under th firm name of Laird It Bell, is this day dissolved by mutual con sent. All persons indebted to the said firm will please call and settle their accounts be fore ihe first dav of March, 1X74, at which time all accounts remaining unsettled will be placed in the baud of a collator for collection. V C. LAIRD. WM. BELL. February 2, 1874. Admlnltrator?9 Xotlce. Estate of Martha C. Lukens. deceased. jVTor ICE is hereby given that Letters of 1.1 Administration on the estate of Mar tha C. I.nkns, late of Walker township, deceased, hive been granted to the under signed. All persons indebtedto said es tate are requested to make immediate pay. ment, and those having cl-iims will please present them duly authenticated for settle- moot. W. n. LCKF.N3, i n2S-6w Jdministratar. Xrw A t rrrttmteiit- RECEIPTS AXD EXPENDITURES OF the County ot Juniata from the 1st day of January, 1874, np to the Slst day of December, 1973, inclusive i 14- W. C. LAIRD. TVeefwrer. Dr. To balance due county last settle- ment $ 6412 27 Amount st state and county tax outstanding Jannary 6, 1873... 9311 21 Amount of militia tax outstanding January fi, 173 638 35 Amnnnt of state and countr tax levied for )7;l 19093 54 Amount of militia tax levied lor Ib7S 451 50 Amount received for verdict fees lor 117a 34 00 Amount received tniin Mittlin and Patterson Loan Association.... 6 00 Amount received from Matthew Doughertv, tax collected M I Cash received tor one cuuotv bond 50 00 Total.... IS7I. CONTRA. Tr. By Commissioners' orders lifted, t'2143? 01 Hold view orders lilted 100 00 S tale assessments paid tor the y ear 1H73 033 64 Treasurer's one (1) percent, on State assessments 9 33 Five per cent, allowed collectors for the year lc73 : 1101 67 Ten percent, allowed tax pavers for the 147- 1429 86 Exonerations allowed collectors on Sure and coantr tax 446 54 Exonerations allowed collector on militia tax 193 73 Outstanding Stale and county - Tases Jannarv 7, 174 ........ 6121 S4 Outstanding militia taxes January 7, l!74 474 50 Vouchers liliod I rota county au- perinteodeni 1873 1206 Voucher lifted frwu militia board 1873 1237 00 Treasurer's per tmt- militia vouchers 61 fo Treasurer's percentage 679 Wl balance in Treasarer'a hand ..... 61011 Total .. .J !A, 49 IS To balance bmaght dowa.. t 610 11 Amount remaining in hauds of l- Treasurer 1. Watts. 241 45 JOSKPn AKD, Shtriff. Dr. To ami. of vanlict Tee receivwl. .f 2SI 00 CONTRA. Cr. Bv c.h ree'd from I. D. Wallis..$ 84 HQ Balance still in baiK of SberUf... 2 SJ UU Total. $ 24ii0 STJTKXHyT OF OUTS T.I .V D I NG ST.1TE .1D COCSTT T.iXKS ia the kandt cf tkt irai t'ailtctert January ls, 1M : CMettort. Yr. CistricU. Tax. William Cox.... Greenwoed Henry Herh... 170 Mtlford John Kenawell . I87 Favtte.... 59 6! 301 aJ M 37 213 IH 52 78 24 72 1 20 11 ::t J Me Williams. . Lewis Cartii!!.. . F. Mill inn Thomas Watu . 1871 Beale 1871 tureen wood 187I.Tnscarora . 1871 Monroe.... Wm. S. Oles.. 1872 Femtruagh. Jacob Eichiuan. 172 Fayette.. 22 89 John Mc cnnelljl.l. Monroe.... Lewis Cargill... 1872 Greenwood 64 39 110 29 John Etka.. 18 . Mitrinlown 21 ( 119 72 15 3 153 9 :t7i 9 Wi 37 2 -Vl 92 9 76 2lt 59 143 8b .'71 72 2-5 2 a.Wi M is :.i 3:;S 85 l'. 93 21 31 i:;7 72 l!i 63 143 (i. W. Jacobs .. Joseph B II .... K. F. Crosier... Absalom Kiee . . K. F. I.u.l irk . J. Filigera'd... B. F. Cozinr .. !l87tt Perrvsville 1H72 Lark 1872 B-ale ! 187:! Lark 1873 Tuscarnra . 1873 Spruce Hill 187.J lie-ile Belli. Stituiuell..l873 Perrvsville.' Joseph Kerliti. . . ls7o Parterson..; I lav id Kilmer... l.o Turbett . .. ; David Partner.. 1873 Millord Jesse Howe ... 1873 Mittiiulown i L. Sehrader.... 1873 Fermanagh j David Fowl. ...1873 Walker. ..' Al. Leister.... 1813 Fsvette....' Jacob K"eicc... 1873 Delaware..' Isiael Weixl.-r.. io Thoiupst'n 1 Jesse Heed .. ii.. 3 tireen wood !73 iionroe . ..: 1873 Sus-jUoliiia Jos. Neituond U. W. Lytcr. Total , .$1121 M STJTF.MF.ST OF O V TS T.I X D I S G fillLITU TJXES is the kanrit of the literal Collector, January ls, 174 : Collectors. Yr.l Districts. Tax. I William Cox... . '1M5H Greenwood 3 on 20 INI J. Me Williams.. X7..aIe Absaiwm kree .. 'I"7:t' Lack. ...... S. K. Ludiek.. I(t7ti Tuseamra . J. Fitzgerald... 187Spriiee Hil! B. F. Crozier... l!7:S Keale B.nj. Stitumell. ils7-l Perrysvilie . Joseph Kerliu.. IS'73 Patterson.. David Kilmer... liO Turbett.... David Pastiivr.. 1x73 Millord .... 8i (XI I K4 50 j 3 i V 'At i 11 .r0 4 mi! 17 llii 21 .V 2 ft" 2X UO 4X 50 38 0U 2 IMI 50 14 (K 34 31 50 Jesse Howe.... L Schrailer .... OviJ I .!.. . A b. Leister .... Jacob Speice .. Israel Wetzler. . Jesse Reed Jus. Neiuioud.. IH73 i!tiinton.l 1X73 Fermanagh.! lS7.i Walker ! Ih7 Fayette....! IS73 Delaware . .i lb7o Tbouist'u t 1.73 Greenwood.) Is7't Monroe..... G. V. Lyter...,ls7.f Suxiueu'ua I Total $ 474 50 AH of which is respectfully submitted. E. J. N ANGLE, COUNELir.S BAKTLEY, JOHN FITZGKRAI.D, County Juditors. Cojmissiosras' Orrira, MitllintowD, January 7, 1X74. $ .s TJ TEH EXT OF ORDERS DRJUX by the Commtsnioutrs of the County of Ju niata, ea Ihe Treasurer thereof, from the lit day of January, 1X73, to the Hist day of December, 1873, sisir.- Miscellaneous. D. P. Sulonft &. Co., and others, coal and lumber $152 52 Jonathan McCoy, attending pi.blie grounds 30 00 D. P. SuloiiM'and others, lor bauiing tor bridges..... 20 05 John Yeakly and others, merchan dise 42 79 Wm 11. Noble, making pump tor use ot'bri.lres 12 00 George W. Jacobs, agricultural so ciety 100 00 Eliis, Watts atd others, for r. airs, Aic 3188 John M'N 'illy, cleaning court house, privy, itc 62 75 Alexander ISpeiidy, eXiressaj;..... 3 50 John A. Weir, tor State Lunatic ' Hospital 164 65 Simon L'lsb, for boards to pile bricks on 10 00 Total $!30 14 Jury Commissioners. Jos. Rothrock, jury commissioner.. S 17 60 S. B London, jury commissioner.. 17 50 James Deen, clerk ............... 1750 Total $ 62 50 Justices' and Constables' Fees in Com monwealth Cases. John nuzzard, T. J. Conner and others (Ill 32 Commonwealth Witnesses. John Eeisengerand others $121 22 Coroners' and Justices' Inquisitions. Jos. Middsgti and others, inquests on dead oodles... . fill ,Z Court and Jurors' Pay Lewis Enrchfleld 4. others, jurors $2173 26 O. W. Hamlin 4c. others, tip staves. 108 21 Alexander Spddr, court crver.... 9 00 Jacob Will, boarding a jury 22 00 Total $272 47 Bridge Viewers. James A. Criswell and others $ 7 73 xrisors. Aaren LeiHr and others, assessors.. I V. 00 Sew Advertisements. (WtWri Kttnn Robert Pollock and other consta bles.:.. , 225 40 Wild Cat, fox i Mink Scalp: Harrison Barner and others ...$193 70 Jioai Damagrl. Matthew Dofgherty and other.... $363 00 IFtfr PtmiUuttarj. Fer keeping convicts........ ......$147 12 County Prison. Joseph Ard. for keepidg vagrants $10.31 10 Bank it Jl.unlin, lor nedicine, prison. ... . ........ ..... 17 65 Alexander Ulis, tor repairs to jail. . 3 00 Joseph Ard, tut taking prisoners 10 noitcntiisrv...: . ........ ...... 2 00 D. M Crawford, medical attendance on prisoners 24 00 Joseph Ard, for bi-arding prisoners aud sen ing jury notices. 2 '5 50 Total $1364 05 .Vew Building for County Offices and .Material for L ourt Huust. J. B. . Todd, for brick for new court h use $3100 00 Hetrirk av Fleisher, for tun. her for Dew Court boose ..1500 00 Joseph Watts, tor piling brick for Dw conn hos.se 36 00 D. f. Suloulf and other, tr lum ber, stone, carpenter work and masonry for new b-.ioding for of fice 743 24 Total $5379 24 County Prtnlinir. Bonsall st J ark man, printing $!! 25 Allison m, Wilroo, printing 329 Total $709 25 Stationary and Dock'ts. DavM Watts and others, stationery $ 48 54 Win. Mann, for dockets for Pra thonotary office..... Win. Wann. for stationerr, Jtc..... Kay fc Brother, for Brightley'a di gest Was. Mann, for dockets tor Regis ter and Recorder office; . W. I,. Hotter, for blank register for Assessors 24 25 41 77 13 60 41 00 14 76 Total. .....$173 82 Old Bridges. Wm, Ilench and others, for repairs st (imninger's bridge $757 64 G. W. Smith and others, lor repairs at Delaware bridge 102 52 Abraham Kohrer and others, for re- pairs to Drolesbiugh's bridge.... 29 48 Jacob Watts, for balance on new bride, at Brown's null 20 00 Wm. Hench and others, for repairs al Port Koj al bridge 434 85 Joseph C Watts, tor repairs to Ba sin bridge 35 50 Joseph Pomeroy, tor repair to bridge at Ponierov's mill 20 54 Jacob Watts, lor repair to bridge at Castle's lord ing 32 00 Hugh Palm, for repairs to McCoy s- viih bridge , 1 50 M. C. Farra and others, for repairs to bridge at Cross Koads ltW 40 Wm. lleneh vid others, lor repairs to bridge at Hawn's mill 227 44 Henry Hersh, tor repair to bridge at Kobitison's mill 25 CO 6 00 34 26 52 85 j James t j Kennedv, tor overseeing bridges. Lfacob S piece and vlhers. for repairs to loealaiu'ts Bridge Wm. Hem-b and others, lor repairs to Locust Grove bridge Total ..$2393 88 .Yew Bridie. Ring Irn Bridge and Mannfartnring Co , tor bridge at Thomps-mtcwn J775 00 J. E Jamis4n and others, lor stone work at bridge at Thontpsontown 210 33 King Iron Bridge and Manutartnrir.g Co., ror bridge over Lost Creek, near Musser's mill 950 00 Henry SulourT i Co., lor alone work at new bridge over Lost Creek, near Musser's miil 'J(J73 78 King Iron Bridge and Manutaeturing Cc, lor bridge over Willow run, near Arbuckle's 1002 40 J. C. Crlird. lor stone work lor bridge over Willow run, near Ar-buekl-'s 6C4 40 Wto. ileiteh. lor plan and spreitic- tionj lor Willow run bridge 14 00 Total $720 110 Commissioners' Office and Court House. Wm. I'lsh. Commissioner $1X0 IK) Wm. Van !weriii;en. Commissioner 15o 50 David H. Dimm, Coirmisinner.... i77 00 i James Deen, cierk to Commission ers tils) 00 J. A. Christy, counsel .... 6o Oil Total $U57 60 Public Offices. R. McMeen, District Attorney's fees $75 77 K E. McMeen, ex-l"rothonoUry.... 15 W) J. A. Christy, Auditor to examine dockets is 00 I. D. Walln. Prothonotsry' tees.. 151 20 I. D. Wallis, for transcribing docket 130 00 Total $j87 97- Election Officers. Elihn Benner and others, for the several elections held n 1X73. ...$360 02 County Debt. J. C. Watts, for bui'tlirjg oven for jail $19 35 Franciscus Hardware Co., for stove for trand Jury Room 20 9 Comity Auditors aud clerk lor 1873 42 00 Lemuel Todd, for rules of court.. . 100 00 Total $1S2 04 Recapitulation. Miscellaneous ..$630 14 Jury Commissioners 62 50 Justices' and Constables' tees in Commonwealth cases 11122 Commonwealth witnesses 121 22 Coroners' and Justices' inquisitions 111 72 Court and Jurors' pay 272 47 Bridge viewers 7 7 Assessors 4$ ri Constable?" returns 225 05 Wild cat, fox and mink scalps..... l'.8 70 r.oad damages 3;3 (X) Western penitentiary 147 12 County prison and Sheriff's lees ... 1;J62 05 New building for office and mate rial for new court house 5379 21 County printing 7ml ",'1 Stationary and dockrts 17 X2 Old Bridges 23!i3 t8 New oridgc.... 5720 00 Commissioners' orlice and court house 11 57 50 Public orbees....... ...... . .... 37 97 Election officers.................. XHOH2 County debt 1X2 04 Total... .$2J,453 73 We. the Commissioners of the connty of Juniata, in compliance with the law, do 'publish the foregoing as a full statement of the Keceipts and Ex.nditnre of the county aforesaid, tor the year 1873. Given under our bands at the Commis sioners' Office, in Mittiintown, this, the 2d day of Februaiv, A. D. 1874. Will VAN SWfcMNGEN, DAVID B. DIMM, A. A. CKOZIKK, Attest: County Commissioners. Jams Dees, Clerk. Feb. 4, 1874 4w Executor's Notice. Eslale of Samuel Stint, deceased. WHEREAS Letters Testamentary on the estate of Samuel Sitine, Sr., late of Fermanagh township, deceased, have been granted to tbe undersigned, all persons indebted to the said estate are requested to make immediate payment, and those having claims or demands against the estate ol said decedent will make known the same with, out delay to HENRT M. STINE, llifEintown, Juniata Co., Pa., SAilLLL STINK, Jr., KoUod, Centre Co., Pa., Executors. Or to William Given, Attorney in tact for Samuel Stine, Jr. j.inM, 74. A fine assoitment of cloths, cassimeres, resting, &&, a; wry on hand and tor sale bf fc. B. LOUDON'. JTEW ADVERTlSEMtiJrTS. HEAD QUARTERS! Bridge THIRD ARRIVAL Of New Goods this Season ! GREAT BEDUCTIOri .V PRICES! 10 PER COT. CHE-1PFR THA.V EVER ! Water Proof Cloth at 83 cts per yard. Velveteen at 50c, 90c, and $1.00 per jard. Colored Blankets of $ 1.33 and $1.75 a piece. White Blankets at $2.25 and L'pteards. TABLE LINEN As Low as SC per jard. IMITATION BUCK GLOVES AT SIXTT CENTS. Respectfci.lt Yocrs, &C, E.11IL SCIIOTT. NEW BOOT AND SHOE STORE. We have opened oat In Jacob Thomas' parlor, one door north of the Juniata Betel, the largest and best stock of BOOTS m SHOES, LADIES', MIS3E3' AND CHILDREN'S GAITICRS, ever bronght to the county. We bay our stock from Manufacturers and In large lots. We pay eas.h and expect to sell for rasa, which will enable as to offer GOODS At Prices far Below the Average. TTOR MADE TO ORDER. This branch of the bnstness will be sn- perintended by A. B. FASICK, one of the best practical mechanics in the connty. All kinds of repairing done. ALL WORK WARRAXTED. CO KNELIU3 HARTLEY. Jaly 2, 1873-tf P. Sl'LOtFF Js CO, F0CWAED AND C0MLSSI0f MERCHANTS, DEALERS IX GRAIN, A J ' 1 LUMBER. - 0 COAL, PLASTBK, 8ALT CEME1N T, CALCINED PLASTEE RESUMPTION. Jtmy DIEIIL hereby annonnces to his old customers and Ihe public generally, that he has again resumed business at bis old stand, on Water Street, Mimiatown, Where he will manufacture ia satisfactory manner, Harness, Light and Heavy, to Suit AH, Horse Collars, Ridiie Saddles, IVapon " Saddles, Bridles of all Kinds, flow Lines, in fact everything in Jm$ Line. REPAIRING neatly and expeditiously executed. Call and inqaire before going elsewhere. JOHN DIEIIL, On Water Street, a lew door North of the Crystal Palace Building. Nov 12, 1873-6m jEW TAILOR SUOP. The undersigned would respectfully in form the public that be has opened a TAILOR C TT f 1 TJ Are also hereby rnformed that I regnlsrlr, A" AA w x j every week, run a ear to and from Phiia at bis r-idence. on Bridge street, in tbe ' 0',hi' k rhe Tnesday awl raraer Mansion, and is now prepared to do ' w CUSTOM WOJRK at short notice and in the most datable and fashioruble manner. He intends to but oat none bat rood work and ask. a .hare ef thepubiic patronage, Wt ',1.1AM WISE. IX Street. GOODS SOLD AT panic Prices lot 'BARGAINS for EVERYBODY ICHEAP ! CHEAP! CHEAP !i I -s-l 1 19 THE CRY! I iPEICES TO SUIT THE TIMES MOTTO : I" Quick Sales and Small Profits !" LARGE SINGLE SHAWLS Sold as low aa $1.50. iShawla of Efery Description Sold at a Sacrifice. Four Border Handkerchiefs FOR 25 CEXTS. Buviog my Goods for Cash enablos me to make these Great Reductions. mWf tUMBEB, SC. :o:- TIIE undersigned, having completed his new Warehouse in Perrysvtllei would respectfully invite the attention -f the farmers of the county to the lact that he is at all times PAYING THE HIGHEST PRICES FOR all kinds of ORAIX, SEEDS, Ac, Ac. Having introduced new facilities for holsf. ing, weighing, fcc.. we are now prepared to unload with the least possible trouble. Bark, Railroad Ties, Locust Posts, and all Saleable Country Produce will be bought at all tirr.es, either for CASn OK IX EXCHANGE FOE MER CHANDISE. HAVE FOU 8 ALE COAL, LUMBER. FISH, SALT, which will be sold to suit purchasers, either WHOLESALE OR RETAIL. and at the lowest rates ruling. o At my Store in Turbett township may ba found as complete aa assortment of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, jSTOTIOTS, Queensware, Hardware, &c, all of which will be sold as low, if not a little lower thaa elsewhere- NOAH IIERTZLEPs. Dec. 10, 1878-ff JUNIATA VALLEY BANK. Pomeroy, Patterson, Jacobs & Co, mrruHTOwn, jcsiati cocstt, ea. CAPITAL., $110,000. JOSEPH POMEROY, President. T. VAN I8.YIN, Cashier. Biaxcmas : Joseph Pomerov. I John Balshirh. Jerome Thompson, H. rl. Herhtel. John J. Patterson, I S. Frank Eaglo. George Jacobs, L'utttd Slates Securities, Bonds, sj-c., bought and sold Seteu-thirlus exchanged for Fivt-ticentie at market rates. United State coupons Ph1. Cold and Siluer boucht at highestt rates. Deposits receired. collections made, draft a the principal cities, and a general banktnr svw.ru transacted. Bonds ami other valuable papers received on special deposit. june72-tf CLARK ATRion rs TINWARE AND SIIEET IRON STORE. Alain Street, Patterson. Here a complete assortment of TIN AUD SHEET IRON WARE may constantly he fonnd to suit customers, and are offered at BARGAIN. Q7REPAIRING neatly and expeditious ly executed. Rootling and Spontin? of the BEST MATERIAL, made a order on short notice. THE PUBLIC Z " 1 """7- , sons purchasing goods in Philadelphia, e-n have them brought promptly here by order ing them t 12J4 Market street, in care of Clark Wright' Market Car. I also invito the attention of those who skip pro-luce to tbe east, to the facilities offered, and earn- astlv s..iu-it iiu.i. .... .. j WRIaHT Dec. 24, 17?.