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HIFILtNTOVN: WriBtiWi January ad. TERMS. Subscription, $1 .50 per MDOin, ir paid within 12 month! ; f 2.00 if not pud within 12 month. Transient advertisements inserted at 50 Cent per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 cents per line for efcch Insertion. Deductions will be made lo those desiring to advertise or the J" car, halt' or quarter tear. PENH A. fi. B. TIME TABLE. ON and after Monday, June 2' passenger trains will leave 11 tion, 1. R. E., sS follows : KASTWAaD. phila Ex., daily ex. Sunday night Mittfin Ace, daily except Sunday, Pacific Express, dally ex. Monday th, 1877, iltliu Sla- 11 34 a m , 6 2 ". a ut 10 l 'Jam 113'Jaw 6 1)5 p m 9 10 pm 12 3S a id a jfi a tu liiooam 10 1 am 3 35 p in 8 "0 p id Juhnstown Ex., daily ex. Sunday Mail, daily except Sunday Atlantic Express, daily WESTWARD. Pitt:b'ft Ex . daily except Sunday Pacific Express, daily ... 4 arrives .... Way Pats daily J Uw, Mail, daily except Sundays MitP.in Acc., daily excejt Sunday . Srascaiaiat who are not in art-rears one year, are not expected to notice these linen, but all sSbscribers who are in arrears one year alter the 25th day of February, 1878, will be charged the sum ol $2.00 per an num for subscription, as per published rates. LOCAL ISTELLIGESCE. The U. S. Senate silver resolution passed the Lower Hous of Congress on Mooday. Teas 187 ; nays 75. Stenger voted against it. Bain and snow on Sunday. The mountain tops were white with snow on Monday morning. Nominate no men for the local offices who are not good men. "It is obsolete to talk of the stomach ; It's the parquet now." Shad are sold in the Harrisburg market at 50 to 75 cents per fish. New Goods constantly arriving at Park er's Store, in the Palace Building. Thirty Dollars will buy a Latest Improved Domestic t-ewing Machine at Todd's. The tlutittngtion Monitor says that small pox is j"t the thing to keep tramps away. A valuable cow belonging to Jacob Sulouff choked tn death on bran and corn-fodder, last Friday.. The sacrament of the Lord's Supper will be administered in the Presbyterian church next Sabbath. - Dr. Lneit n Banks is abont to open a Gro cery Store in the room adjoining the Drug Stow of Banks k, Hamlln.T n hundred dollars will boy a house and lot in thi boroUgh ) Terms easy. For fur ther information call at this ofhee. The are no cases of emall-pox In town. The disease did not get out of the house in Patterson, in which It originated The siot tn a chimney of A. B Fasick's use, at East Point, took fire a few days ago, and scared people in that neighbor hood. . J. B. M. Todd is selling off his entire tock of clothing at greatly reduced prices for cash. Overcoats $4 to ilZD Don't fail to go and get a bargain. For Rent A House on Third street. M if flint own Large Lot, with Stable and other conveniences. Apply to B. F. BCRCH FIELD, Office Bridge street, opposite the Court House. The Altoona Daily Morning Tribune made ita appearance, again, last Monday, im proved in appearance, ami manifesting a vitality that indicates long, useful, and profitable existence. The proposed pipe law will make Balti more the point at which to empty its oil. Tha; fct, without any other consideration, should cause the Legislature of Pennsylva nia to defeat the bill. John B'-wera will sett at putlic sale, at Johnstown, Juniata county, at o'clock r. . un Saturday, FeDruary 2, 1878, one horse, one huckster wagon, one aled, corn, hay, and some household furniture. Grand Excursion to Florida, (mm Phila delphia, February 9, 1878. For rates aud other particulars address Vocr.LBACU Strict, Pennsylvania-Florida Headquar ters, No. 1128 Xorth Fourth St., Philada. IJhe meeting in the Lutheran church has resulted iu the conversion of a number of persons from the waya of people outside ol the chnrch to the ways of people insideof the chnrch. The meeting slill continues Senator Don Cameron was on to Philadel phia last Saturday evening to attend a re ception given in his honor by Republicans ol that city. A number ol Uuited States Sen ators accompanied him, and were present at the reception. Tbe lecture on India, and the Stereopticon exhibition of people, temples, tombs, gar dens, mountains, and other scenes of that old country, as told and shown by Rev. C. B. Newton, in the Presbyterian churcn, on Monday evening, was interesting and in structive. An exchange says : For smatt-pox, or scarlet fever, take 'sulphate of ainc, one i . r... rriiiritalis) one train; half teaspoouful or water. When thoroughly mixed, add four ounces of water. Take a spoonf ul every hour. For a child, small dosea, according to age.' Either disease will disappear iu twelve hours. Philadelphia Mark et on Saturday, Jan. 26 Wheat, Penna. amber $1.35, Rye 66to 73c, Cora61to55c, Oats S:to87c, Coffee, Rio, HlolSc, Java21to21c, Sugar 7u9ie, Loaf Sugar 10c, Hops. 2tol0c per lb., Hides, Steer 8to9n, Cow 7 UPc, Harness 27tuolc, Spanish Sole 21to32c, Produce Butler 25to 30c, Cloverseed 6to7c per lb., Eggs, fresh WtolGc, Tallow 7to7c. Pittsburg Cattle Markets. Fed Cattle 4to5'--, Sheep Stool, Aogs 4jc. The dispatch from Louisiana as published in another column, relative to the prosecu tion against the Returning Board, does not look much like reconciliation. The South should know that it is not to Her interest to look back, and to prosecute for what is past Her opportunity is now, tor reconciliation, and restoration- If she misses it,' the op portunity will have passed forever, and the whirlwind which she sowed eighteen years ago, will be ben to reap. i "Mas. A. L. Phews, sister of Miss Emma Willard, in a letter to Mrs. Hooker says there is more reason for women to petition the Almighty to change the condition ol the sexes, and let mon taks their turn in bearing children and suffering the physical ailments peculiar to women, than in peti tioning Congress to make voters of them." Through mails for cities, but give the country people in the Juniata Valley a mail en way traits. - Should the silver bill pas, to what degree Will it lufiate tbe business of the coubtrjt, Through mails' for blties, bnt give country people in the Juniata Vallej mail on way trains. - . Amoug the dispatches, as piiblUhed in an other column, is the Intelligence of an Ohio girl, who took the tile or her seducer. It may Dot be In accord with the corrupt code of morals of the present civilization, to favor the splitting of the bead ol every raa' cal who seduces a girl and then abandons her to shame, but it it highly proper to say that if more heada were split, fewer girls would be led into ruin. Through mails for cities, but give Ibe country people in the Juniata Valley a mail on way trains. Pi sue Saie. The subscriber will vtt,t at public sale, at his residence in Acidemia, Juniata county, Pa., at 1 o'clock P. li., Bn Friday, February 24, 1S78, Thirty head of Cows and Toung Cattle, Four head of Homes, a lot of S notes, a quantity of Sugar cured Dacon. Terms t if ore at ten months, with approved seenrity. J. SEVIX POMEROY. Jan. SIMt The Juniata County Agricultural Society at its regular annual meeting, held at Port Koyat, on the 11th iiiat., elected the follow ing officers lor the ensuing year i President Michael Sieber. Vice Presidents J. X. Thompson, Jos. CWhrock, George Buyer. Treasurer David S. Coyle. Recording Secretary J. P. Wharton. Cot responding Secretary Wui. iiench. Librarian A. A. Croxier. Executive Committee E. R, Gilliford, Xoah Herttler, Xoah A. Elder. Delegates to Agricultural College Dr. J. P. Sterrett, Noah Uertxler, John McMani gal. Ax AoaiEABLC Sibpbisk. in Friday eveUng, January 18, Rev. J. Landia and wife, of East Salem, were very agreeably surprised by a party of kind friends with a donation, made np by people of McAlister ville, Brown's Mills, Cold Spring and East Salem and vicinity. The donation consist ed ol many valuable articles and a ptirse, amounting in all to about $26. Tbe gilts were presented by If r. B. F. Oliver, f East Salem, who delivered an appropriate speech, after which we tendered our heart- I lelt thanks, and all repaired lo the honse of God lor worship J. L. A cobcesposdixt says there are " no pretty squaws among the Sioux Indians." Perhaps not ; and yet there comes a time when the young brave loses his appetite lor bear meat and tbe juicy buffalo steak, and ' invests the dollars of his father in shoe blacking and hair-oil, and devotes more time to tying his cravat, and writes odes to her eyes, and makes her a present of his photograph in a gold irame, and gives her peanuts and chocolate caramels, aud kera mic, and pale-face scalps and other con fections, and finally marries her, and ham mers her black and blue if she doesn't get up two hours before the sun and split wood and build the fires, and earn money to buy hiai plug-tobacco and frewater. Xorrit foira Herald. Letter from Van Wert. j Vas Webt, Jan. 26, 1S7S. .Mr. Editor: Dear Sir, As yon hare repeatedly announced in your paper that you would be pleased to receive aft rorcmnnications or items that may be of interest from different lo calities thronjjhont the county, we are led to wonder why it is that there are not more communications in our connty papers than there are. There are certainly many whose tastes or inclinations run in that direction. In our opinion the local department and letters from correspondents form an important part of a paper. Thw village ,Van Wert) is just 5$ j miles from the Biuson bridge at Mif fiin, directly east J ust right along this straight road for a ten miles lies a large portion of the grain-producing land of Joniida county, almost every rod of which is limestone flint We are surrounded principally by good, hoiiebt, industrious farmers. Each furai has one or two tenant houses thereon, thus giving shelter and employment to many of the poorer classes. There are located along this creek for a distance of half a mile, fourteen dwelling houses. Our places of busi ness are, one Tannery, owned by the Moore .Brothers, who do a lively busi ness, and keep constantly on hand a full supply of all kinds of finished leather, which is tanned on the good rld system of keeping the leather in tbe liquors from one year to eighteen months. This tannery was estab lished about the year 1795, by Major John Moore, and has been kept up in the same name since then. We have one store, owned by Mr. W. H. Kurtz, who does a good business, notwith standing the herd times. He keeps on hand a general assortment of all kinds of dry goods. He also keeps the Post Office. We have a tri-weekly mail Tuesday, Thttrsday and Sak urday. Our mail carrier is Mr. P. Smith. We have one wagon-maker, Mr. Young, who seems to understand his business, and does his work well, one blacksmith, Mr. Richie ; also Mr. O'NeaL near ns, whose fame is spread far and wide as a master mechanic. We have also one saw mill, owned by Mr. L. W. Wilson, who bought the large Curran farm one year ago. "We welcome him in our community. His enterprise and industry goes to show that he means business. He burned two stacks of lime last fall, the last one containing five thousand bushels. We have a large brick school house here, in which about eighty children are at present being taught by Mr. Fenton HinkeL assisted by Miss Ida McMeen. We have an interesting Literary Society here at Free Spring school bouse, of which we may have something to say at some future time. Walker. MARRIED: HACK DE'.VEES In Mexico, on the 24th iiut., bv Kev. F. McBurney, Mr Win field S. Hack and Miss Mary J. Dewees, both of Mexico. WILDMAN CRAMER On the 29th Inst., by Justice Samnel London, at his office in Mittliutown, Mr. Samuel Wildnian and Miss Clara Ann Cramer, both of Fer managh township. VIED: KEEIDF.R In Allenville, Mifflin county, Pa., on January 20, lt78. Or. Jacob Krei der, aged 66 years, 7 months and 19 day. FISHER January 21, 1878, at the resi dence of her son. In Tusearora township, lira. Elizabeth Fisher, aged 79 years, 11 mouths and 16 days. - ' " i . Tbe tiOuUlana Returning Hoard. Tkty Take Rtfuge in ike Hew Orteami Cas lom aVbius l acy art JlrrettU Then and Taken to Jail. New ORLEANS, Jan. 27. At three o'clock yesterday Sheriff Houston learn ing that a Deputy Marshal had been put :n obargo of the Collector' offioe, which was lucked and bolted, proceed ed to tbe niaiu door of tbe office and there informed tbe Marshal and Deputy Collector Touilitison that he bad a writ to execute against J. Madison Wells and others, wboui be bad good reason to believe were confined iu tbe room, and he desired admittance. Tbia was refused ; whereupon tbe Sheriff, who was accompanied by two deputies, said that be would force an entrance Mr. Tobilinson then summoned the Chief Deputy Marshal, who ordered the sheriff and his assistants, as well as the Crow J that bad gathered, to disband. Tbe sheriff refused to leave, saviog that he was determined to exeeute the writ of the eourt at any batard or be ar rested in tbe attempt, Sheriff Hous ton then slightly advanciug. Deputy Marshal WurXburger laid bauds upon him and claimed hltu and bis deputies as prisoners. Tbe Sheriff and party submitted to arrest, and were taken be fore Judge Billing's, sitttiog in the United States Circuit Coiirr, but the latter said be had nothing to do with the matter, as the parties had not been arrested by virtue of any process from his court Mr. VVurxburger then took bis prisoners bofore (lulled States Comojissiouer Land, and Mr. Toiulin son, tbe ( ollector's corresponding see retary, made an affidavit against Sher iff lioubton and sent for tbe command er of the revenue cutter and a detach ment of marines, ordering them to be stationed at the door. General Sheldon and Mr. Dolorvin, appearing before Cammisstoner Lane and denying the jurisdiction of bis court, asked fur tor Sheriff Houston's release. Mr. Uurley; Assistanot District At torney, asked for a continuance uutil to-morrow. Commissioner Lane re fused to grant the continuance, and re leased Sheriff Houston on his own re cognizance. Later in tbe day Attor ney General H. X. Ogden by dispatch asked United States Attorney General Devins whether tbe General Govern uient had authorized, or will sustain tbe nouduct on tbe part of tbe United States authority. In response Mr. Devins instructed Marshal Wharton not to interfere with writs of tbe State Courts. And so the Returning Board has been gathered op and put in jail to await trial. News Items. Tramps overrun Venango countj A catamount four feet iu length, bas been shot at Jersey Shore. A party of Christians in Michigan recently rode two Mot mon missionaries on a rail. North Carolina papers complain that Gov. Vance is pardoning too many criminals. Nine boys in a small boat were vept over tbe dam at Symes creek, Uantiog ton, est Virginia on Thursday. Four . of them were drowued C. W. Fulton, an ex post office clerk pleaded guilty at Baltimore ou Thurs day to purloining money from letters, aud was sentenced to two years iu the penitentiary. A dispatch from Iloss Creek, Idaho, says a Bannock camp of Indians was surrounded on Wednesday aud thirty two guns and tbrea hundred pouics cap tured. The Indians offered no resis tance. Tbe Derrck says that the Bradford district alone produces oil enough to supply tbe world, got less than 30,000 barrels a day. There are 600,000 devotees of in temperance in the United States, of whom 70,000 die each year. A Virginia negro is to ba banged on Washington's birthday in compliance with bis request. A new counterfeit five dollar note on the Farmers' National Bank of Vir ginia, Illinois, was discovered by the National Bank Redemption Agency on Friday. Tbtt residence of ex-Sheriff Henery, at Astoria, L. I., was burned on Fri day. While tbe firemen were at work at tbe chimney it toppled over, burying a number of men, one of whoic was killed. Squire Moses Arndt, of Jonestown, Lebauou county, bas been arrested npon Hie charge ol being interested in pro curing fraudalect pension papers for a Mrs. Sbaud of that town obtaining $700 and retaining $100 for his ser vices. John and Jacob Huntzinger, late President and Cashier of the Miners' Trnst Company, Pottsville, were sen tenced the other day to two years sol itary confinement and a fine of $500, also to refund to Thomas Kerus, tbe prosecutor, $21,000, with costs. A tlartisburg man, who bas been married eleven years and has eleven children, invited bis friends recently to bis "grand annual bawl!" YY bile Samuel Zeigler and James Colgrobe were engaged in demolishing tbe old State Punting Office at Harris burg on tbe morning of the 17th inst the walls fell, burying them under tbe ruins. Zeigler was taken out, and died in a few hours. A third man name un known was slightly injured. In Richmond township, Berks coun ty, a riot occured between some citizens and a lot of tramps concerning a wom an, named Emma Lanhart , whom tbe latter attempted to abduct. A num ber of tbe participants were severely beaten. Seven of the tramps were ar rested and on Thursday morning com nutted to the County Jail. A Miss Moore, of Texas, while pre paring for marriage, invited a friend, Miss Williams, to assist ber. An old pistol, found in a drawer, was careless ly bandied by Miss Williams, resulting in the shooting aad instant death of ber friend. Tbe latter was buried on the day that was to have been ber wedding day, and tbe other youtig lady bas be come insane. MaLloc Hiller was arrested at Read me on the 17th and held to bail upon the charge of having stuffed old rags and carpet in the chimney of tbe house of illian Parlanian, thereby nearly causing the death of his family, eon sistine of Parlaman bis wife aed daugh ter and a lady visitor, by- suffocation from eoal ras. Parlaman was the first to awake, and after great exertions rescued the rest of tbe family from death. News It6iii8. Cbioig ) tailors bave been on a strike. Franklin posesse a female shoema It er. Doylestown jail is a popular tramp resort. Several cases of garrotlng reported in Pittsburg. Florida people are luxuriating on green peas aud tresh shad. Virginia Senators have reduced their salaries from $540 to $300. Aeeordicg to Judge Virgio, of Maine, tbe courts in that State are now decree ing divorces at tbe rate of 1000 a year. ' A Chatham street, New York, shirt store hangs out a sign insciibed : "So ciety for tbe encouragement of wearing clean shirts" ... The jury fees in the Hnutzinger trill at Reading looted up $807,OU. Tbe Grand Jury of Mercer county, N, J., have fouud four bills of indict ment against Walter F. Bartlett, late Tax Receiver of Trenton, lor embezzling $30,000 of the city's funds. Daniel Palmer, of Franklin county killed a hoe twenty months old which weighed b'J7 puuuds. It takes 250 pounds of veal, 80 pound ot beef, one and a-quarter bar rels of fl ur aad from eight to ten bushles of potatoes to make a pot-pie at the Berks County Poor-bange- The Iowa Legislature elected William B. Allisou U. S. Senator from that State. The Indians at Slika are at war with each other and the white resiJouta are badly scared. The State Fishery Commissioners re cently plaoeJ 25,000 California salmon in tbe Peon's and Cbillitquaque creeks Northumberland county. Pittsburgers say that tbe passage by the Legislature of the Free Pipe Liue will bring about a loss to the city ag gregating $5,920.000 yearly. Four leather dealing bouses in Phil adelphia broke up last week. The two leading candidates for State Librarian in Kentucky are ladies one being Mrs. Bush, the present incum bent, and tbe other Mrs. Hansom, wid bw of a rebel general. The telegraph line is now in opera tion to Bloomfield. A four year old danzhter of John B. Scbnae'ffer died at Mt Airy, Pa., of hydrophobia, having been bitten by a rabid dog in tha early part of Decem ber last. Shad are $5 a brace at Newbern, North Carolina. Nicholas Strohl, of Carboo connty, is tbe father of thlrtv children, twenty seven of whom are living. John Smith was convicted of murder in the second degree at York for the killine of Samuel II. Weaver, near Do ver, Pa., iu Siptember last. Mr. Moody finds tbe harvest ripe in Hartford, Conn., It is said that Mrs. Ricker, tbe Washington lawyer, makes it a rule every noon to pay for luncb for the prisiouers iu tbe dock cf the Criminal Court. Tbe Lewistown Gttitlte says that Mart Whitzell and brother, while hunt ing on Black Log Mountain, encounter ed a bear which they bad previously wounded w-tb ride but showed ennsid crab'e pluck. When met, the game was having a free fight with four digs with which the WhitzelU were hunt ing. Not caring to see the dogs abus ed one of the brothers attacked the bear with a batchel; the sport getting a little warm, bis brother came to bis relief, killing tbe bear almost instantly with a ball from bis revolver. It weighed two hundred pounds. The aWicted with Isaac Valtnn'a chief proclivity, have ben catchinjr sucker with a hook and line, during mild days this win ter. A clock having struok the hour of one, a tendcr-barted jromin exclaimed, "What a cruelclocfc!"' "Why so 1" aske'l afriend. " Because it shuck its little one !" CLOSING PRICES or DE HAVEN & TOttXSEXD, BtJKERS, No. 40 South Third Street, rniLAPixPHiA. Stocks Bought and Sold either for Cash or on a Margin. Jan. 28, 1878. Bin. Asked. . 107 107 in. ins! U.S. 6's 1H1 lH6.-. J t J IMjJ I0i"! lO'.i u u 1H(,8 HM-J J 10-40's HfJ I'! Currencv, C's 119 " 5's, lim, new HJ HI " 4i'9, new 104 !04J 4'a ltilj 102 Pennsylvania R.R. . 2" 29 Philadelphia Sl Reading K. lt - V Lehnrh Valley K. R 3D 39J Lehigh Coal A Navigation Co.. It J 1K United Companies of N. J 120 121 Pittsburg, Tilusville & ButlUlo K. it 6 6 Philadelphia k. Erie R. R 9 Northern Central U. K. Co.... 16 16 Hentonvillo Pass. B. K. Co ! H Gold 101 J 101 1 COMMERC Ala. MirFMJiTOWN MARKETS. Corrected weekly by Jacob S. Thomas MirrLurrows, Jan. 30, 1878. Butter .;.. 20 Eggs 15 I.nl 7 Ham 12 Bacon ................. ....... 8 Potatoes....... 85 Onions 40 Kag 2 MtFFLiNfOWX GRAIN MARKET. Corrected weeely by Buyers k. Kennedy. Quotation roa To-dat. Wednesday, Jan 30, 1878. Wheat 1 20 Corn, 40 Oats 2ito2t) Rye fiS Timothy sed 1 OOtol 10 Cloverseed 4 00to4 25 Sew Advertisement- JUNIATA VALLEY BANK, MIFFLISTOWX, PA. J. A'EVIX POMEROY, Prenitnt. T. VAN IRWIN, Coaster. DiaEcroast J. Nevin Pomeroy, Joseph Rothrock, , George Jacobs, Philip Jt. Kepner, Amos G. Bonsall, Louis E. Atkinson.' W. C. Pomeroy, Iuterest allowed ou time deposits 5 per cent, for one year; 4 per cent, for six months. jn28, 1878-tf AttJ Advert Ueinent. THIRTIETH ANNUAL ItEPOliT . OS tME Penn HataaJ Life Insurance Co. Or PHILADELPHIA. Net Assets Jan. 1, 1877.... 5,582,8C7.s4 RKCRIPTS. Prem'm receipt $1,179,791.08 Intent etc. 378,615.75 . 158,408.78 Total - $7,14174 37 DISBURSEMENTS. Losses and endow- meitts paid $379,407.89 Dividends to poliry holder 230,953.20 Surrender polieies - reinsurance, et". 231 J 10.29 Comniiii'us, salaries Medical lees, etc.. '27,342.75 . Taxes, legal expev- ees,advertia'g etc. 109.218.02 1,077,771.15 Assets, Jan. 1, 1878. at cost.. $0,00303.22 ' ASSETS. V. S. 5 and 8 per cent, bonds, PhilaeVlphia and city loans, R. R. bonds, bunk, and other storks, worth $2,t-69,:;42.75 cost $2,000,448.93 Mortgages, first liens on propJ erties worth $;,9HU,WJM 2,484,121.17 Premium notes, secured by policies 711,572.00 Loans on collaterals, etc. .... 805,6o8.82 Agents' balances, secured by bonds 21,291.00 Real estate owned by Hie Com pany, cot t . 367,033.61 Caah on hand and in Trust Companies................. 173,374.63 j Net ledger assets, as above.. . $o,0b3,50o.22 Net deferred and nnreported pre miums $105,2-.: 1. 65 Int. due k. accrued on loans, etc 88,137.88 Uarkct value ol stocks, etc., over cost.. ,.$i8 ,893-82 Lew depre ciation in real estate. 45,032.61 25,861.21 217,220.24 Gross assets January 1, 1878. ,$5,2SO,J23.4i j LIABILITIES. x Losses reported, but i not due $113952.81 Reserve required at - ; 4 per cent, to re insure riiJis .... 5,260 ,330.00 Dividends on un reported policies etc 27,817X9 Premiums paid in , advance 6,598.96 $3,408,400.40 Surplus 4 per cent, basis.... 8i2.3l8.O0i $J,2s0,723.4t$ Surplus, at 4 J percent, (esti mated) $1,212,000.00 The losses were $114,000 less tliau those estimated lr tbe mortality table. SAMUEL C. HUEY, President. Sasi'l K. Stokes, U. S. Stephens, Viee-Prest. 2d Vice-Prcst. Jas. Weik Masox, Hesbt Austie, Actua-y. Secretary. Hex av C. Baowx, Assistant SccreUrv. Jan. 30, 1878-41 L.e;al Notices. ADtiniVrKiTOR'S XOTICE. Etla t of Ilolmee Pa' tin, itctand. 1 ETTERS ot Administration on the es-, I i tate of Holmes Parvin, late ot the bor ough of Pal terson. deceased, having been' pr.inted to the nndoi'signed, all persons , indebted to the said estate are reo,nested to make immediate payment, and those having claims will Please present them without do- ' lav to H . C. I.A1KI), Jan. 23, 1878. JldiAlniilrator. Jt7IiTA TALLEY BASK. TilE undersigned are stiwkholders of the Juniata Valley Bank, and are individ ually responsible for all deposits. J. Nevin Pomeroy, Philip M. Kepnrr, Joseph Xot brock, (ieorge Jacobs, L. E. Atkinson, W. C. Poniaroy, Amos' i. Bonsall, Noah llertzler, John llertzler. James B. dkesori, Win. Van Sweringen. H. II. Bechtel, Jane 11. Irwin, John Ketkiuau, Mary Kurtz, Samuel M. Kurtz, J. Holmes Irwin, T. V. Irwin, F. B. Frow, Charlotte Snyder, Sana 'I Heir's Estate, Mason Irwin. Daniel Stoutior, Jau. 22, 1878-31 XOTICE OF APPEAL. VTOTICE is hereby given that an Appeal II will be held at the Commissioners' Otlice, Mittliutown, on TUESDAY, FEB RUARY 5, t878, when and whera all per sons ho think tlicin.iel.es aggrieved by the late assessments can attend it they think proper. By order of the Boa-d. JAMES DEEN, Clerk. Commissioners' Olliee, loners tlluee, a , Jan. 14, 1878. $ Mifllintown, LICE.VSE PETITION. "JVT 0T1CK is hereby given to all interested, ll tbat D. P. Sulouti" k Co., have bled application in the Prothonotary's OJiee. in the Court House in Mifflintown. Juniata countv. Pa., for license lo keep a Tavern in the borough of Alitliiiitown, comity ainl HUttf aforesahl, and that the said applica tion will be presented to the Coin t on e.l nesday, February 6, 1878. JACOB UEIDLEK, frothonolar. Prothonotary's Uihce, Mifllintown, Jau. 15, 1878 In re AMlned Estate of John Mieiiy. In the Court of Common Pleat of Snyder County. THE undersigned, Auditor, appointed by the Court ol Common Pleas of Snyder county to distribute tbe balance iu tne hands of L. t. Atliiuson, Lsq., Assignee ot John Shelly, of West Perry township, Sny der county, will meet all the parties inter ested at the oHice of J. P. Cronmiller. Esi., in Middieburg, on TUESDAY, JANLARi 29, 187H, at IU o'clock A. M.; Also at tne office of L. E. Atkinson, Esq., in Mifflin town. on THURSDAY', JANUARY 31, 188, at 10 u'chrfk A. M., when and where you are uolilied to present your claims, or be lurwer barred from coming on said luud. F. E. BOWER, Juditor. Jan 2. 1878. PrwtbaiMttary'a Katlcc NOTICE is hereby given that Edward A Marerin, Assignee of Christian Ban ner, has tiled his first and flnil account, as said Assignee, in the Prothonotary's office of Juniata county, and that the same will be presented for continuation and allow ance at the Court House in Mifllintown. at the February term, Wednesday, Kebruary 6, 1878. JACOB BEIDLER, Pnth'y. Prothonotary's Office, ) HidUotowa, Dec 29, 1877. $ Prethonatarj'a Xotlce. TVTOTICE is hereby given that Edward. A. XI Margritz, Assignee of Abraham Swartzlander, bas Hied his first and final account, as said Assignee, in Ihe Pro thonotary's otli -t of Juniala county, and that the same will be presented lor confirm at ion and allowance, at the Court Honse in Mifllintown, at the February term, Wednes day, February 6, 1878. J ACOB BEIDLER, Protk'y. Prothonotary's Office, f Mifflintown, Dec. -J, 1877. ) Protboai0tarj' Notice TVrOTltK is hereby given that Daniel S ll Garman, Assignee of John S. Stroup, has tiled his account as said Assignee, in the Prothonotary's office of Juniata county, aad that the same will be presented for con firmation and allowance at the Court House in Mittiiniowo, at the February term, Wed nesday, Februarv 6. 1878. JACOB BEIDLER, ProtKanotary. Pbothokotast's Orrics, sfiffliutowa, Dec'r 29, 1877. Leirnt .Vol ice.. ftlfEniFF'S SftLU. BT viitue of sundry wri.s of Vent. Ex., Leva r'a-snd Fi. Fa-, isned out or the Court of Common Pleas of Juniata connty, and to me directed, will b" exposed to sale by public ontcry, at the Court House, 111 the borough of Mifflintown, on FRIDAY", FEBRUARY 1st, 1878, al 1 o'cloek p. ., the following described real estate, to wit : A Lot of Ground situate ia thai borough of alitUintnwn, fronting 60 feet U Water street un the east, south by tot of U. P. Robison, weit by Pennsylvania canal, a'l north by lot of A. Saudim, ami having thereon erected a Frame and Slune Dwelling II.iuhu, aud other outbuilding i seiaed, tak en in execution and to be sold as thu prop erty ol Francis Hi Jo and Anna hi wilt., ialo Anna Eichxlinoyer. A Lot of Ground situato in the ig j ol Ri' liHeld. Juni us county, bounded by lau-ls of Jacob Shelly oa the north, by lot ol George Leader on the eat, on tbd with by public rad leading from MitUiot-iwa 10 Selinsgruva, and wet by an alluy, contain ing Ono-naif Acre, more or less, and hiv ing thereon erected a Frame Blacksmith b bop. Frame Dwelling House and St.ilile; seized, taken in execution and to bj sold as the propert) ot John W. Stroiip. A Tract of Land, situate in D-Uwire township. Jiiniat county, bounded by tbe Juniata river on too north, by lauds ol the heirs ol K. D. Crawtord on the east, by Tua carora monntiin on the south, and on the west by land of Wnu 3. Thompson, con taining 200 Aciea, n-ore ir less, and bat ing IhereiHi erected threo Daelling 11 nines, two Frame Bornsand olher outbuildings; seized, taken iu execution and to be sold as the property of John Foreman. A Tract of Land, situate In Walker town ship, Juniata county, b omded by Ijnds of R. Me Mien on the'noith. A. B. Connid on east, on the south by heirs of J.wl.ih Raufl" ruan, and west by lands ol John Muser and Jacob Smith, containing 8' Acre, more or less, having thereou eretlod a Frame Del ling House, Frame Stable, and other out building. Aln A Tract of Land, situate in Fayetto township, b innded by lands or Tobias Page, Wm Sieber, Isaac Beuner, and on tbe north by Shade modtititin, containing .VJ Acres, more or U:m, nuiliirwved seized and 'aken in execution, anl t- bi sold s the property of Jeremiah Shrattdt-r. All the right, title and interest of Joseph Adams in the following ro.il estate, to wit : A Tract ot L-ind. silinte in Walker town- ship, Juniata County, bound.-1 by lamia of j W- S. Oles and others on ine norm, uy i landj of John and Jacob Adams "nthoeast, by lands of the h-irs of Win. Adams on the j south, and on the west by lands ol Ainosj oimiu.t, containing .(j'.n-n:i, mw i having thereon erwled a Fraioo Duelling House, Frame Bank Barn and other out buildings. (Occupied by Caroline Ad tins-) Also A trxct ol Land, sititato in same township, bounded ou the north anil sotitu by lands of the heirs of Wm. Adams, by lands of Jusrph.Dysinger on the e:st, aud ou the nest bv lands of Josiih fJinirrnh, containing ftil Acres, more or less, and having thereon erected a r Mine Dwi-IIing House, Bank liarti anil other vnt-Luildings. (Oi-cupkd by Jaiue,s Atfinis. ) Also A tract of Land, situate in same township, bounded on the north by lands of Jane McKinstry, on the east by land- of .,.....r Vtll.. an th' icf.tirK he litiulm f.f F. Hoetwlt.-r. ami ..n fhn west iir lands ofi Philip Rank's beirs, containing 171 Acres, more or less, haxinp th.-reon erected a Log j Weathcr-boardtd Dwelling House, Frame Bank Barn and oth-r onibtiildings. (Oecu-1 pic.l by Joseph Artams.) seuea, rawen in execution and to be sold as the property of Joseph Adams, A Tract of Land, situate iu Gn-enwood tnwiliif , .tuni ita count, bounded by lands of Henry F. Zeidcrs on the north, by lands of Pull Cox on the east, by la ids of Jesse Reed ami others on the south, and on the west by Innds of S. SlroUp and others, con taining CIO Acres, more or less, having thereon erected a Brkk Dwellin House, Log Barn, S hop and other out-buildings. Alsit A Tract of Land, situate in same township, boundeit on the mirth by lar ds ot Daniel .lhaille, on the east by lands of Thos. Cox, on the south and west by Luiils of Paul Cox, unimproved, containing 100 Acres, more or less; seized, taken in execution and lo be sol 1 as the prepei ty of James S. Cox. A Tract of Land, sit 'late in Mili'ori town ship, Juniata county, bouuded on the north by lands ol Stephen Winters, east by U.mIs of NipiJe's heirs, south by lands ol Samuel Y'ocuui, and west by lands of Henry Bos ainger, containing 8i Acres, more or leas, having thereon erected a Log un 1 Frame Dweliiiig House, Loj? Stable and other out buildings; seiied. Liken in execution and to be sold as the j roj-rty of Sarah A. Diven. A Tract of Land, situate in Fermanagh township, Juniala countv, adjoining lauds of Jaiues Williams and Israel Muwah oh) the north and west, Joseph James ou the south, and Henry Sulouti on the west, con taining ''' Acres, more or less, having thereon erected a Log Dwelling House, Frame Barn, and other out. buildings. Also A Ti-aet of Land, situate in same township, adjoining lands of Wm. M Alli son on Ihe north, Henry Z ok on the east, Israel Mmnah on the snth and west, eon- Mining .-seres, more fir less, snu naving - thereon erected a Plank Dwelling House ami iH'g o laoie ; seizi, liKen in execu tion and to be sold as theiroperty of Jacob Hoffman. A i not of Land, fciln ito in Snsqiiehtiina township, bonudetl on tnt north by lands of W. II. Clem mens, be lands of Daniel Gar nian ou the east, by lands of Henry Baruer on the south, and on the west by lands ot KarsteUer and others, containing I'M acres, more or less, and having lltereou erected a Ig Wealhvr-boarde.l Dwelling House, Krone Bank Laro, and other out-buildings ; seized, tak(.n in execution and to be sold as the property ot Saimul Huberling. Conditions or Sale. . Fifty dollars of the price or snm at whieh the property shall be struck off shall h paid to the sheriff at the time of sale, unless the purchase money shall be less than that sum, in which case only the purchase money shall be paid, olherwi.se tile properly will again be iiumedi ittly put up an I sold ; the balance ot the purchase money must te paid to the sheriff at his office within live davs from the time of sale, without any de mand being made by the sheriff therefor, other (he property may be sold again at the expense and risk of the person to whom it ia struck off, who. in case of any deficiency at such re-sale, shall make good the same. WM. D. WALLS. Skerijf. SuEBirr's OirtCE, Miflliutnwn, Jan. 18 78. Protbonetarr'si Xot ice. NOTICE is hereby given that Jeremiah Lyons, Assignee of Kllysres Tilten, bas tiled his first and final account, aa said Assignee, in the Prothonotary's otlice ot Juniata county, and that the same will be presented lor confirmation and allowance at the Court House in .Mittliutown, at the February term, WeduesJay, February 6th, 1878. JACOB BEIDLER. Prolhonotary. Prothonotary's OtHce. Mifflin- I town, Dee. 2'J, 1877. S NOTICE. A LI XX. against trespissing upon the lands of the undersigned, either in n aiker or Dela ware township, by fishing, hunting, or in any other way. John N. Van-Oruier. Henry M. Miller. George S. Smith. William Maiibeek. il. D. Long. Sept I, 1877-6 ra J. W. Levder. Soloiuan Manbeck. J. S. Lukens. Luke Davis. John F. Smith. ICOTICE. ALL persons aii hereby cautioned against irespassiiig. for hunting, or other pur poses, on the binds ol the undersigned, in .Mill or d township, Jnniata eoitntv HENRY GRONINtiER. JOHN CUNNINGHAM. Dec 10, 1877-tf CAETIOX. - "tATHEREAS my wife,. Leah Bowman, it bas left my house without just cause. I aer-ny caution all persons against giving ber credit on my account, as I will not be responsible for any debts she anar contract. MICHAEL BOWMAN'. Jan. 16, 1 878-3 1 ' Legal Jt'olicel. PROCr;4M4TIO.w. WHTSEEAS, the Hon. dk.j. F. Ji-xxix. Preatdeni Judge of the Court of Common flea for the 41st Judicial District, composed Of the eounties of Jnnlata and Perry, and the Honorables Noah A. Elder and Francis Bartley, Associates Judges of the said Court of Common Fleas of Juniata county, have issued their j'rocept to nie directed, bearing date the 7th day of Dec'r, 177. for holding t Court of Oyer and Terminer and General Jail Delivery, and General (Juarter Sessions of the Peace, at MIF FLINTOWN, on the FIRST MONDAY of FEBKUART, 1-H7H, bjing t'jo 4th day ut the month. Norica is lliaasr Grvi, tn the Cor oner, J astices of the Peace and Constables of the County of Juniata, that they be then and therein their proper persons, at one o'clock on the afternoon of said Jay, With their records, inquisitions, examinations and oyer remembrance, to do those thing? that to their offices rawpectivelr appertain, and those that are bound by recognisance tc prosecute against the prisoners tbat are vi then ruav be in tue Jail of said county. be then and ti!LTe to prosecute against them as shall bo just. By an Act of Assembly, passed the the day" of May, A. D., 1X"4, it is made thc duty of the Justices of the Peace r the several counties of this Commonwealth, tc return to the Clerk of this Court of y cartel Sessions of the resueetires counties. all the recognizances entered into before them bv any person r persons charged with tht eouiiuision of any criiau, except snch tases as may be ended before a Justice of the Peace, under existing laws, at least ten days before the commencement of the session of the Court to which thev are made re turnable respectively, and in all Cares where any recognisances are entered into leu than ten days before the coinmenceinnt of the session to bich they are made re turnable, the said Justices are to return the same in the same manner as if said act had not been passed. Dated at Mulliutown, the 2:.d day of January iu the year of our Lord one thou sand eight hundred and sc7et'y-ch;t.t.' WM. D. WALLS, Skeriff. Sheriff's OlBce, MitHintown, i January 2, 1S7i. Xotice tn Pay l'p. A LL persons indebted to t!ie estate of . Dr. P. L. Oreviile.if, late of Th-imp-sUntowu; I'a.J will do sVell to t tend, al surf, to the settlement of their am-mtuU aiih th j undersigned Adair's. 1 1 cash run wo ( be paid its equivalent in pcr mail be had. FAN NIK CRr.F.M.EXF. ANNIE B. U REE.VI.EAP, Adininisrratices. Thoiui-auntowu, Oct. 13.1377. CilTIOX OTlCE. 4 LL -rsons are hereby c mtiom-d a;: linst ai. trespissing nn the lands of the under signed eillier in Delaware or AT aider town ship, lor the purpose ot ti. suing or hilntine, or tor any other purpose. I.. E. Atkixsos. N. A. I.i ki:.. oct31-tf G.S.I.ckexs. ATTENTION! TACOB BATMAN, as Agent for B. F. Batman, will offer at public sale, at the jHffXix TOW X FOI.IDRY, THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1878, The riowin- described property : FIELD ROLLERS, CORN PL.VKIERS, PLOWS. GRAIS DRILLS, AND ALL KINDS OF PLOW POINTS, STOVE CRATES of different kind?, KET TLES, POTS, SKILLETS, AC. Also, a lot of HOUSEHOLD FURNI TURE. Also, 1 BC'KiY, 1 SPRING WAOON BHD, and a set of Wheels, aud numerous other articles not enumerated. Terms made known on day of sale. JACOB BATMAN, Aent for B. F. Batman. Jan. 23, 1878. THE RECORD, AN INDEPENDENT MORNING NEWSPAPER, Published Daily except Sunday, GlfiyG ALL THE CI RRF.XT A'Ell'S for j pes sr. Complete Market Reports, jltsocialed Preu Rtporti, Special and General Xewi. Mailed to any part of the Country, postage prepaid : m ft - If 11 Dg fllfltll - - 30 Cents. ta Dollars. For Dn3 Yair CASH IN ADVANCE THE HECOUD rUBLIsniNG CoMTAXY, " S. W. Cua.NKE Tlilrd and Cbestnut Street, PUILAHELI'IIIA, PA SEE! SEE! GO tO THE Port Royal Agricultural Agency FOR YOUR THRESHING MACHINES, IIOR$E POWERS, STEAM ENGINES SEP.1 R.1TORSt . ClaOVER HIM,i:itS, t Plows, Harrows, (Jrain Drill.-', i JJ- Fifteen Per Cent. Less than Can be Aad Elsewhert.f-Q - i. F. JACOBS . CO., , Port Royal, Juniata Co., Pa. July 25, 177. KANSAS. AH ahont its Soil, Climate. Kesonrcr. Products, Laws, and lis People are given In the KANSAS FARMER, a 10-pige weekly, in its l-th year. Post paid, a mos.j 50c. Address J. K. HTDSON, Topeka, Kansas. Has jnirkly taken a high place among agricultural journals." JT. Y. Trihe..i. "Ye have considered it among the best of our exch:uigis, and a worth. re-rvsenl itive of the VYect." Practical Farmer, Phil ula. .... "Our Kansas frl"i.ds should feel much pride in the high character and sterling worth of their Mate agricultural paper." Kalie-nal Lire-Stork Journal... "Ye cheer fully credit it with bjitig one of the best edited of onr Western agricullnrd rx changes." Spirit of tht Timet, X. Y. Large stock of ready madeclothingof the latest and choicest sty tea, fur men and boys, bate, caps, boots and shoes, notions, furnishing goods in eadiesa variety fo sale at Samuel Su-ajrer'a, to Patterson. - , A'et AdtHtrttaements- HA?? Avanlri at Cr "ST txlwl1 fi JL m AM faMa a4 m Bmm ami t-Mt obr aw aarnS-n Taa bmt Mian ssrr laisV. A anir ft Mrt l-ffatr M flfNIT n twrT W .Sws1 tjT J f Br a A HOMEa-& FARM or voi r o.. KOW IS TO SECUEE It ONLY FIVE DOLLARS FOR AN ACRE Of the best land in America. 2.000 acres in Eastkux KFAaa.f, on the line ot tha I'xlos Pacutic K.iiLBuAO now forsa.e. Ten nmr) ereJi! gtnen, iuterttt only 6 per cent. These" are tLe only lands for sale on tho line of this Great Riilroad, the World's Highway. Shd for The New "Pmmea," tbe best paper for those aeeking Dew hintfeV ever pnblinhetl. Full inforniatioa. with mans, sent Fees. O. V. DA Via, Laud Ag :nt T. P. 14. R.; Oui .ha, Ntb. WORK FOR ALL, In their own localities, canvassing tor tho Ftrr-E Vsitob. (rh!argel J Weekly and Monthly. Vargett ptpet in lite HVW, with mammoth Chmmos tree. Big commissions to agents. Terms and outfit tree. Address P. O. A'ICKERY", Augusta, Maine. PIANOS Retail prire t'JHf, only $M. Parlor Orzam. price f;Ml oulv Paper free. DAN IEL F. BEATTY, Washington, N. J. "FACE'S SALE7 JoXEsviLLE.Mwh Dec. 27, 1877. Mettre. Forlet : 1 sent you jo cents for two boxes of Grace's Salve. I h e had two and have used them on an ulcer on tny foot, and it is amost aelL . Respectfnlly ydiirs, C. J. V.3 Ness. Trice 2i cents a box at all drnggbts, or sent bv mail on rereipt of So cents. Pr parrd'by SEffl W. FtfWLE at SON, e6 Harrison Avenue, Biwlon, alass. CoESurnplion Can ta Cured. For proof ol the fact see uy circular, which, will be sent fret to snv adilreJ. OSClt G. MOSES, 18 Cortlandi street, Nfew Yc.-L-.' Pliihlelpb'a. b. Eeadiag Eailroad. ArrjDffmcnt cf Pawncr Trains. NoVEV8::a 3tHi 187f; ti'aHi leave Urrritburg at fvliowt : Tor NVt Tort it 5 20, 8 10 a. in., ulJ 200 and 7 85 p. m. For Philadelphia at 5 2i, 8 10, 9 45 a. m., 2UOand i il p. m. For Kealing a 5 2m. 8 10, 9 ii a. m., 2 00 3 57 and 7 .V p in. For Pottsville at o 20, 8 10 a. m., and 3 ' "7 p. m. and via Schuylkill A Susquehanna Branch at 2 40 p. s. For Auburn via S. k. S. Branch at 5 10 m. For Alientown at 5 20, 8 !0 a. m., 2 00, 3 57 and 7 5-5 p. m. The 5 2r; 8 10 a. ra ami 3 .17 and 7 55 p m. trains ha through ears fr New York. The o 20, 8 10 a- ra. and 3 OO p m. trains have through cars for Philadelphia. SUSD.iTS. For New York at 5 20 a. m. For Alientown and way stations at 5 20a. iu. For Readings Philailelphia aud way stations a' 1 4 p. m. -' Train for Hnrrahnrg leave usfolfox - Leave New York at 8 4-5 a. m., aud l'utf, dot) and 1 44 p. m. Leave Philadelphia at 9 1 j a. m., and 3 40, and 7 20 p. m. Leave Keaniug at ft 4", 7 40, 11 20 a. m., 1 30, 6 13 arid 10 J p. m. Leave Pottsville at 6 10, 9 15 a. tn. and 4 3 p. m.,aud via Schuylkill and Snaqaehau- ua Branch at 8 15 a. iu. Leave Auburn via S. k, S. Branch at 12 00 noon. ' L'ave Alientown at 2 30, 5 50, 0 00 a. n., 12 15, 4 SO and 9 05 p. tu. ' f Doe not run on Mon-tayt. SCXO.IYS. Leave New York at 5 30 p. m. Leave Philadelphia at 7 20 p m. Leave Reading at 4 40 aud 7 40 a. m. and 10 35 p iu, , Leave Alientown at 2 30 a. m. and 9 05 pm. Fia Hurritand Ettex Railroad. J. E. WOOTTEN, General Manager. C. G. HANCOCK, - General Ticket .1zent. BUYERS & KENNEDY, (Successors t D. P. Sulouff,) DEALERS IN GRAIA, COAIa, Iat3lljJJll, CEMENT, Calcined Piaster, Land Plaster, SEEDS, Sil.T, A,C. We buy Graiu, to ba delivered at MuTlu town ot Mfvieo. AVe are pnpreJ "o IUruth Sail to dealers al reasonable ra! s. BTJYERS 4. KENNEDY. April 21, 1877-tf CASH! CASH ! CASH! TfiM. sErrke dIrgaixs. I have ruturued from the city with a full slock of MEN'S CLOTHING, Overcoats, IIat and Caps, At NoVember Prices, Kedooeil. BOOTS $2 25, I P TO LADIr3 S1I0E3$I.'25. NoSbodJ.1 I base added aline of PRINTS A.ND MLSLLNS To stock. Prints, fast colors, at 5 to 6 cts, . Alw, Arbm-klc's Co Hoe 28 ctr cash. , .Abo, the genuine Synips. : Horse Blankets, Bobes, Cheap. : Call and see, and be Convinced. J. B. M. TODD. Patterson, Nor. 20, 1S77.. The P e.ntiskl a.xd RcrBLKas has no snpefior as an alvertwlng medium in this county, and as a journal of varied news and reading, it ia wot surpassed by any weekly paper in central Feaiuvytvania. The papor that is most generally read iu Juniata wrory i ;he Sentinel and RepuUi- ean. .: . . .i . , ,. , ..