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FORTUNE ULTS STRANGE CAPERS!
jy One of her Pranks!^
i German family, compound of an nid man, his wife
A and a brood of six healthy, nod roay-tlieeked rliil
jren, dirert from the " Fatherland," who arrived in Bal
timore H fern* d y vince, on their way to the '-far wevt,"
,*s ruhiied the day after their arrival by aunie. unmiti
' l(f j gcoiimlrel, fa small leather trunk, containing
j, -267 in Gold, which they had brought f-nfely 3600 utiles
llV ,r a treacherous sen to part company with just as they
h ,j Dearly rearht-jl their desiiuatfan. Tha distress con
upon tlie r.-aliaition of their loss can scarcely he
Imagined. But mark the stranse sequel The father, in
p,i#sin4 alon;f Lijrlii street, was prompted by his lucky
prnius to pause for. a moment at lhe window of Messrs
I'vfcr L Go., >" 1 Lijthl street. In vvhu ha large amount
„f Gold if displayed to lhe gaze of lhe curious, when he
j,elded to an irresistible yearning to try his luck in some
„T 11180 Mignirtcent Lotteries, in the hope to make up his
loss He purchased a Package of Tickets in the Mary
land Consolidated Lottery, Class No. J35, and our read
ers may judge hr surmise aud excessive joy. upon learn
h,g nfier the drawing that he haddrav\n the Brilliant
prize of *2O,WW, which handsome amount this far-fan,ed
tnJ truly fortunate lottery firm promptly paid him with
out charging anv extra discount, when he went his way
rr j in-iiig.— Baltunurt paper.
Strifes fhuw tchich tcay the Kind hlotct i Pyf.-r 4Co
sk!l the prizes. Fortune for all alibis lucky House! A
Iriv more of the glorious results. #3,000, Whole ticket,
~i;t to Columbus, Ohio #8,967, whole ticket, sent to
i„ nrgn. #3,000, whole ticket, sent to North Carolina
g!.-,i;<W, half ticket, sent to North Carolina. #IO,OOO,
half ticket, SUM to Virginia #24,000, quarter ticket, sent
te 4i>uib Carolina. #O,OOO, quarter ticket, sent tn Vir
ginia $0,214, quarter ticket, sent to Pennsylvania
#;,000, quarter ticket, sent to Tennessee #4,000, quar
ter ticket, sent to Indiana.
Every prize advertised by PyTer Sz Co are noticed by
the Managers in their Official Reports. Pyfer Sc. Co. pay
their prizes at sight: Nothing so easy now as to realize
it fortune. to-All who read this paper should try their
luck. A small outlay may secure an independent fortune.
BRILUJUCT SCHEMES FOR OCTOBER, 1849.
.11l Orders strictly confidential at Pyfer Co.'s
Date Capital No. of Price of Price of
October Prizes. Ballots. Tickets Packag's
9 #22,500 7# Nos. 14 drawn #5 #l7 50
iu 50,000 75 Nos. II drawn lti 50 25
11 24,000 78 Nos. 13 drawn 5 )8 50
12 15,000 75 Nos. 14 drawn 4 13 00
U 35,000 78 Nos. 18 drawn 10 30 00
15 3of 15,000 75 No#. 11 drawn 8 27 50
10 31,000 78 Nos. 13 drawn 5 18 50
i; 37,377 78 Nos. 14 drawn 10 32 50
IS 20.000 75 NOB. 15 drawn 5 15 00
19 13,000 78 Nos. 13 drawn 5 18 50
20 30,000 75 Nos. 12 drawn 10 32 50
22 35,000 78 No#. 13 drawn 8 37 50 ,
23 20,000 75 Nos. 14 drawn 5 10 25
21 30,(W0 06 Nos- 10 drawn 10 30 00 i
25 20,000 78 Nos. 14 drawn 5 17 50 j
2G 15,000 75 Nos. 14 drawn 4 13 00
27 60,000 78 Nos. 13 drawn 2 tt 65 00
29 35,000 75 Nos. 12 drawn V 27 50
30 34.000 78 Nos. (3 drawn ,5 19 50
31 33,000 75 Nos. 13 drawn 10 33 50
c>The price of Packages of Quarter Tickets only, is j
Ol'lease mail orders a few days before the Lo<letie
Letters always strongly enveloped and carefully scaled |
:>.\'ooe but the Managers' printed Drawings sent front 1
PVFER k. CO.'S.
Every order to Pyfet It Co. is answered by return mail
Bank Drafts or Certificates of Deposit payable in Cold
3t sight, and promptly remitted to any part at the coun
try for prize# sold at this Agency.
O-Une package of Tickets may draw Pour Capitals* 1
r>Money in any sums however large, can te confident
ly matted to the address of Pyfer f Ca.
ll,da id. residents throughout Use United (States, who
Icttre an increase offorUne, have only to wail an order 1
Dr a single Ucket or package at the prices set forth in the
above Schedule, as success must surely crown the result
of ail orders to the Old established, Far-famed and Truly
Lucky House of
PYFER At CO.,
No. 1 Light sl., Baltimore, Md.,
October 6,184# —I m.
STOVES I STOVES!!
THIS great improvement, just got up, we
are satisfied stands Hneyuulled, for general
use, and simplicity of arrangement, by any
Cooking Stove yet offered to ti(e.pblie. To
be satisfied of this, we think it needs but to
lie seen. It is a regular Hathaway, of the
size now generally in use in this country, with
the following improvements, viz:
Ist. It is so arranged that a stout Sheet
Iron Oven can be put 1
in at the topq back ol
'ijll 9ie fire, [the flame pas
under it,J euff!-
ntly large to do or
■EjSdinary roasting or cook
iltsa heated as
quick as the (ire tsclev
voiding the necessity
' ieat ' n o u P Te s~
ular oven for ordinary
purposes, which oven when heated, requires as
much fire to do a small roast as would do a
latge amount of cooking. Further, the small j
oven being loose, caa be put in or taken out at
pleasure with very little trouble. When much
cooking is required, it can be kept out, and
the stove is then the same as a regular Hatha
'id. The Griddlea are improved, so that the ,
'op is smoother, the wire handles being dis- j
oensed, with and a loose handle used to lift j
3d. The damper is much more convenient, |
by being placed in the side instead of the back.
4th. The bottom flue is the so ar
ranged that the draft is the same as the Hatha- |
N. B. We warrant this stove in every par
We have also on hand a large assortment of
''her valuable Cooking Stoves, consisting ot
'ta Slur, two sizes, at S2O to $22 ; Complete
r -ook. at sl3; and Callback, two sizps. AIHO,
'he Prime, Keystone, and Etna Air-1 tght,
for wood or coal, at from 16 to 35 dollars.
AIR-TIGHT PARLOR STOVES.—A large
iHiortmment, of heattifut patterns.
COAL STOVES.—For parlors, offices, and
Cambers. A large assortment of handsome
s'yles, from $3 50 up.
NINE-PLATE KTOVE.—From 20 to 28
Hehes. A heavy 28 inch at SS,SO.
To all who want stoves we would pay come
mot examine our slock.
F. J. HOFFMAN.
Lewistown, Sept. 29, 1819.
r t/ICL be given for the apprehension of
SAMUEL EARLES and THOMAS
KCVS, Counterfeiters, who broke the Mifflin j
jijl on the night of the 25th September,
Carles is an old offender, well known
jt.urtg u, e Pennsylvania Canal- —is about 5 feet (
'• ibciii s m height, thick set, dark hair, and
frr, m 140 to 150 lbs —shabby clothing.
1 'w.hs Keya JH a (tout 5 feet 10 inches in
'* o'-it, slim m appearance, and is -aid to re
*'*-* "i HollidayHburg. The above toward
he given for their apprelienaton, or sls
r 'he apprehension of either ot them.
D. M'KAIN CONTNER, Sheriff,
'•ewistown, Sept. 29,1849 —lit.
PIIOM TEN to FIFTEEN COOPERS wanted 1
Flour Barrels at the Lewistown
to whom good waget will he given.
A W. YV. STKHRKTT.
Uw town, sept. 2(j, 1849—61. I
J. m STEVENSON", JR.,
WHOLESALE DEALER IX
Groceries and Liquors,
Three Doors South of the Old Bridge,
HAIIItI aB U R , ** A.
M.SSt. t for the accommodation of mer
tS • chants and others in Dauphin. Cumber
land, Franklin, and neighboring cotictics, has
opened an extensive Wholesale Establishment,
for the sale of Groceries and Liquors, as alxrve.
With the co-operation of a large importing
i house in Baltimore, he will offer goods hers at
Ihe same prices at which they can be purchas
ed in the city. He respectfully solicits the
favor of a call from those wishing to purchase,
j to satisfy them of his entire ability to sell as
he promises. The attention of land'ords is
invited to * lot of choice Liquors, in store and
for sale at importers' prices.
I (r!7"*Orders from a distance promptly filled,
and goods despatched at city prices.
September 8,1349 —tf.
FLOUR & GRAIN FACTORS,
For I lie Sale of Produce in
Broad, above Arch, West side,
j Iron received and delivered to any part of the
City, or shipped as may be directed.
REFZR TO —
SHE* ZOOM, Esq., Mifflin county.
I JOSEPH MII.LIKK.N, Lewistown.
WILLIAM RUSSELL, Esq., Cashier of the De
posit and Discount Bank, Lewistown.
J. W. WEIR, Cashier of the Harrisburg Bank.
TOWNSEND HAINES, Esq., Secretary of the
Commonwealth of Penn'a.
G. M. TROUT* AN, Esq., Cashier of the West
ern Bank, Philadelphia.
MORRIB PATTERSON &. Co.. Merchants, )
JACOB LEX &. SON, do. -5" ET
JOHN M . KENNEDY & Co., do. SGF ?
September 22. 1849—2 m.*
The Largest and Cheapest
STOCK OF GOODS
HAS just been opened by us at our OLD
STAND, which we desire our friends
and the public generally toconvince themselves
of by calling. Our stock of
embraces a splendid lot of English and French
Broad Cloths, Beaver Cloths, Plain and Fancy
C&seimeree, Tweeds, Sattinets, Jeans, &c.;
Cape; heavy winter and calf Boots; boys'
Boots, Shoes, &.c. Our Cloths, Ca&simeres,
Sattinete and Carpetting have been principal
ly bought at auction, and we can sell them a
little lower than any body else. Our assort
for Fall and Winter, is particularly large aud
handsome, consisting in part of
leriotts, llpafas, Mens ik Lilian, Cash
black and fancy Dress Silks,domestic, Scotch
and French Ginghams; Prints; handsome
long Shawls; French needle-worked
Collars; linen cambric Hand
kerchiefs; artificial Floweis;
Ac , Ac., all of which we
are determined to sell
very LOW. Our
IXL LP Si
I is also unusually large, embracing about SIX
TY' PIECES of Rag, lasting, CoUon, and
Woolen Venition, low priced and good In
grain, three-ply Imperial, Ac., all laid in at
auction, and to be had at very low prices. As
we always select ours of the very best, u.nd
will sell them as low as any other house.
call ami examine for yourselves.
WATT SON A JACOB.
Lewistown, Sept. 29, 1849.
THE FALL AND WINTER
" SOME THINGS CAN RE DONE
AS WELL .'IS OTHERSr but
among the things that CAN NOT BE
DONE, is for any one to shotc a ful- j
ler, better, or handsomer assortment of \
Fall and Winter Goods
Than GEORGE BLYMVER h*sjust opened j
at Lis Old S'arid The stock embraces, in
Oioths, Cassimcrcs, Satinets,
Venlings, Croton Cloths, Cashmeres, and Cah
meretts; Tweeds, Mohair Cords, Drillings,
Velvet Cords, French Cassimercs, Doe Skin
do., white and fancy Marseilles, Ac. A splen
did assortment of
Grode Naps, Satin du Chenee, an elegant as- .
sortment of striped, figured and plain Silks, !
Bareges, Challey, Muslin do Laines, Alpacas,
Lustres. Ginghams, Lawns, Mulls. Jaconets,
Bombazines, striped and plaid Muslins, Ac. i
tie has also an extensive variety of the
that has yet been brought to this place; to
gether with a never-ending assortment of
READY MADE CLOTHING,'
which will be sold at prices to subpurchasers
Besides, tin?, he ha 9
and an unparalleled supoly of
G It o C K It I i: s.
All of whicb will bo sold at a small AD
VANCE on coat—at the Cheap Old Stand of
Lewistown, Sept 22, 1049.
Candies and Confectionary.
ALWAYS on hand a good stock at whole
. Bale or retail,
may 20, 1849. F. J, HOFFMAN, j
" Small Profits and Quick Sales."
JONES' NEW STORE.
THE public are respectfully informed that C. L. JONES has received a very large
STOCK OF FALL AM) WINTER GOODS,
! comprising all articles kept geneially in the other stores, with the addition of many finer
kind of goods not brought before to the place. A list of goods is herewith furnished
with tire prices, and an examination of this extensive stock is invited before purchases
are made elsewhere. At this store goods will continue to be sold at least tivenly per
cent, lower than can be had elsewhere, this certainly offers great inducements to CASH
BUYERS : the saving of so large a per centage even on a small purchase will amount
to enough to make it a matter of consideration. There are many who deal in Lewis
town in the old fashioned way, by trading, thus giving the store keeper the advantage
of high prices, to such I would respectfully ask before making trades with the other
stores to call and see my goods and hear the low prices, and I am confident that such
: will see the advantage of selling their produce and buy goods for cash. In a market
j like this, if a slight effort is made, all kinds ol Country Produce can be disposed of for
CASH ; it only requires a little independence and determination on the part ol the seller,
as the home consumption of produce in Lewistown alone is very great, and the neces
| sariesof life at whatever price, must be had, and they ran be disposed of for cash.
Since I commenced business in this place on the cash system I have sold a large
i amount of goods, and my business is daily increasing. The public appreciate the ad
vantage of buying for Cash and where business is done for cash only, as there is no
risk to run of credit or trade, the goods are sold at a small adva-tce on cost prices; and
the city purchases being made for Cash only and with a lengthened experience in busi
ness on Market street, Philadelphia, enables the subscriber to buy beyond a doubt low
er than other merchants. lam convinced that there are a great many who would like
to deal with me and get cheap goods for cash if they only could command cash for their
| produce, to such I say sell cheap and sell for cash only. Now for the list of goods on
-1 CLOTHS—black, blue, brown, invisible green, and olive, French, German and
American, at all prices from $1 DO to $6 00 per yard, iicluding a good assortment of
Over Coat Cloths. I will positively sell such goods at very greatly reduced prices. On
| Cloths, Cassimeres and Vesting# store keepers invariably inake large profits as the pur
chasers are not often judges of these articles. 1 will not so impose, but sell them as I
sell other goods at a very small advance on cost.
Black good at $1 and at all prices upwards to $2 75 p<?r yard. Also, Fancy Cassi
meres a good assortment at very low prices ; also fine and medium quality, cheap as
possiblv can be sold, and much cheaper than to be had elsewhere.
Black, blue, Navy blue, lavender, dark mixed, light mixed Grey, &.C., <tc., &.C., a
large and cheap lot for 30 els., 37 j els., 50 ets., G2.j cts., 75 cts., and 87, cis., for a
most superb article,
Black satin, silk, silk velvet, woolen, cotton, cassimere and cloth at all prices from
50 cts. to $3 00.
Tweed Cloths for Sacks atul Over
GOATS, a splendid article of Black French Cloth for Gentlemen and Ladies Cloaks at
the low price of $1 87; per yard as good as others sell at $2 50 to $3 00.
KENTUCKY JEANS, Gold mixed and Grey, <rood and cheap.
At 10 cents, 12[ cts., 15 cts., 18! cts., 22 cts., and 25 cts., be assured that these tick
ings are the cheapest ever sold in Lewistown.
Bleached and unbleached for 10 cts., and the best article for 12 [ cents.
Flannels, of all eolors and prices,
12 "j cts., 18! cts., 25 cts., 28 cts., 31 cts., 37] cts., 50 cts., 62] cts., and 75 cts.; a
large lot of superior Scarlet FLANNELS at 25 els.; white gauze Flannels and supe
rior yellow Flannels—also, shrouding Flannels.
Bleached and unbleached for 12] cents "nd upwards. Some splendid cloth Table
Covers for $2 50 each. Stand Covers of desirable colors 3nd styles.
Bleached and unbleached for 6] cents anil upwards to the very finest quality made;
particular attention is requested to the stock of fip muslins as they are very extraordina
rily cheap, and as good as sold elsewhere at 8 cents.
Of tlic newest styles, a good assortment of neat figures, a good article selling at 3
cts., 4 cts., 5 cts., 6| cets., and upwards to the finest quality to he had, a good assort
ment of blue and orange. My fip Calicoes are really astonishing for the price, good and
A large and perfect stock of, from 12] cents and upwards; a splendid article of fine
French Gingham, bright colors and warranted-not to fade in washing# for 18! cents; all
so plain dark styles cliamelion Ginghams at 28 cts. High colors also at various prices, i
Mous tie Laines,
Of every style and quality, imaginable, plain black, brown, snuff, lead, mouse and i
other colors, all wool. A splendid article of 2d mourning Mous de Lains all wooHfl j
22 cents, also good de Laines at 18| cts.. desirable colors; also De Laines of extra qual- ,
itv in high colors, such as Mazarine blue, dark and light green, blue, purple, maroon,
orange, scarlet, crimson, &c.,Vc., &c,
Figured and plain of superior quality fri m 12] cts., to 75 cts, My 12] cent Cash*
meres are the cheapest goods ever heard of, also all the dark and desirable high colors
Cashmere the same as the Mous de Laines.
Of all Qualifies Colors and l*ricc§.
A large and beautiful stock of these gouds kept on hand, for sale at-reduced prices
Black of all prices—3l cts., 37] cts., 44 cts., 50 ct?., 62] cts., 75 cjs., 87] cenpj,
§I.OO unri §1.60 for the best Alpaca made, and can be had nowhere else. Modes
Brums, &e., and ui.o a splendid assortment of fashionable Fancy Alpacas, at extreme- ,
Iv low pricen, and some fine quality fig'u silk warp.
Black silk nt all prices and widths. A good article of Black Silk as low as 45 rts.,
as good as is sold elsewhere at 62] cents. Also, plain, colored, nmi fancy Dress
Silks, at very reuaonable prices. Some splendid Satin, striped, black, ami blue black
Silks. Florences and Gro de Naps for Linings, Also, Silk Oil Cloth —-Ladies silk .
and merino Under Shirts —new style corded Skirts.
Mull Jaconet and Cambric Muslins,
In great variety ; also, figured Swiss Mulls for Caps, Capes, and dtes-es. 1 nrlelon ;
Muslins, white, blue and pink. Figured and plain Bobbineit. Silk and cotton Blond,
Laces, Edgings, and Insertings in endless variety. Also, a inost superb and exten- j
Kjve assortment of the richest and newest styles BONNET RIBBONS, all lor sale at
unusually low prices-
JAticn, Cambric, Nilk and Cotton Handkerchiefs,
From 5 cents upwards, to the finest article imported from Paris.
FURNITURE CHECK AND CALICOES, ('rash and bird eye Diaper for
Towelling. Linen Table Covers and Napkins. IRISH MNF.NS of every piiee
■ a,)t ' cjnall1v very good and cheap*
SPOOL COTTON, of J. &. P. Coates manufacture, the best article to be had,
greatly supenor to any other make.
Cotton, Woollen, Merino, and Silk HOSIERY, in great variety, and at extremelv
: low prices.
Silk, Kid, C<mon, Merino and Worsted, of all grades and qualities—men's women's
, and children's.
Silk, Cotton, and Woollen, bome magnificent new style long Shawls ; a* well as
heavy Woollen and Cotton, and fine Merino Shawls, plain and embroideied. The as
sortment of Shawls is extensive, and will b e 9old mnch under the uuial prices
i An assortment, embracing every article wanled. Hooks and Eyes. Pins, Needles,
j Knitting Needles, Tidv Cotton, Coronation Cords, Whalebones; Silk. Cotton and
Linen Braids; Velvet Trimming Ribbons, a new article for dresses; Fancy Buttons
i for dresses : blackand colored Sewing Silks ; Thimbles : Cornb9 of all kinds ; some
splendid buffalo and turtle shell Combs; Colored Thread Edgings for wimraings ; steel
and gold Beads—also, gold and silver Wire for embroideries. All widths of plain and
fancy Satin rnd Mantua Ribbons; all colors of lining Muslins; Bleached and Brown
Drilling ; Zephyr Worsted of all shade.s; Deft Slides; and artificial Flowers.
A room is fitted up expressly for Ladies', Muses'and Children's Shoes, and parti
cular attention is paid to this department. Ever}' style and quality of Shoe 9 kept on
hand, and will positively be sold cheaper than possibly can be had elsewheie. The
new fall stock is received, and the assortment will be kept up. At least twenty por
cent, can be saved by buying shoes at Jones' Store. A good 9loek of India Rubber
Men's and Boys' Boots and Shoes.
It i 9 useless to enumerate the kinds and prices on hand ; suffice it to say that the as
sortment is the largest, and decidedly the cheapest, ever opened before in Lewistown.
A good assortment of CLOTH and GLAZED CAPS. Also, Fur Trimmed, Fur
j and Seal Skin—cheap.
CRAVATS and SUSPENDERS in great variety. A most superb assortment of
fancy silk Cravats, cotton Cravats, plain black silk do. at different prices, for sale unu
1 . Looking Glasses.
Very cheap.—Some extra size, larger than can be found in other stores.
ALSO, an extensive assortment of Woollen Nett Hoods nnd Sacks for children.
Cotton Laps and Black and White Wadding. A nice lot of Comforts, various sizes.
CHEAP BED BLANKETS, and a good assortment.
The best assortment to he found at this store, of all qualities and will be sold at re
duced prices. CARPET BAGS and Ladies' Satchels—some fine velvet and Venitian.
Groceries. Queensware, Hardware,
Cedar-ware, Baskets, Ac.,
Kept in a separate room from Dry Goods, and particularjattention paid to keeping
up a general assoitment of the above goods Good New Orleans Sugar, 6£ cts ; white
9ugar, 8 cts.; crushed sugar, 9 cts.; pulverized sugar, 10 cts.; and superior loaf sugar,
10 cts. Good Molasses for 6| cents per quart. New Orleans Molasses of good qual
ity at 35 cents per gallon ; and superior at 40 cents. Also, good Sugar House Syrup
and the best Royal Golden Syrup, at 50 els.; a splendid article of Baking Molasses, at
40 cents per gallon. COFFEE—good Rio at 8 cts ; very superior at 9to 10 cents ;
Laguira Coffee, 9 ct9., best quality; and real old government Java, at 12£ cts. Also,
ROASTED COFFEE, of superior quality, at 10 cents. Fresh Charleston Rice, at
5 cent 9. Baker's Chocolate, 20 cents per pound. FRESH TEAS—Superior Black
and Green, of the best qualities imported in the Philadelphia markets, and 6old at very
low prices. Good Black and Green, Oolong and Young Hyson Teas, at 50 and 75
cents per pound ; Extra Imperial and Young Hyson, at $1 per pound, as good as any
aold at 51.20. A general assortment of SPICES. Supeiior SPERM OIL; 2nd
quality do. Also, FISH OH.. Sperm and Tallow CANDLES. Superior Ca9lile
SOAP, 183 cts. per lb., and good Brown Soap.
TOBACCO.—Superior Cavendish at 31 cents, per lb. Twist and flat plugs at 20
cents per lb. HONEY at 75 cts. per gallon. Fish and Salt, at reduced prices.
A very superior assortment of CUTLERY, comprising some of the finest quality
of Knives and Forks.
A large assortment of Ready Made Clothing will be received in a few days—now
ebing made to order in Philadelphia of good materials
To ITholesale Buyers
Great inducements are offered, as a liberal abatement will be made.
c. L. JONES,
New Cheap Cash Store.
Lew istown, September 15, 1849—6t.
j HE subscriber has taken the Lewistown
JL Mills,and wishes to buy a large quantity of
All Kinds of* (iri'ain.
for which he will p9y the CASH, IN PAR
FINDS, as high as the market will afford, accor
ding to its quality. Any person having good
Wheat will do well to call and show a sample
! of it, as he thinks he can afford to give more
1 than any other person in the place, the mill
being situated on the creek, where flour can
be loaded out of the mill into boats, and ail ex
pense of hauling, storing, and shipping saved ;
besides, the flour is 111 better order, as the bar
| rels are not injured by hauling and handling, i
If wheat brings a better price than It Will af
ford to grind, he has the same chance of ship
ping it as any other, as the mill is the most
convenient storehouse in the place, and saves
a great deal ot time and labor in hoisting by
water power. OR, UK WILL RECEIVE ON STOR
UIK, and forward to Philadelphia or Baltimore,
and give the following receipt:
"Received, Lewistown Mills, of A. D.,
Wheat, to be kept in store till the first of Au
gust,, unless disposed of sooner."
When the receipt is given the quality of tho
wheat will be mentioned in it, so as to prevent
any trouble when the owner comes to sell, j
Any person storing, having four hundred bush- j
els and upwards, and desires it, it will be kept ;
in a garner by itself. Any person taking a re- (
ceipt, and not selling before, or giving notice
to keep it, till after the first of August, it will ]
be carried out to their credit at the market I
price on that day. It shipped, or sold to nnv I
person that docs not get it ground m the mill,!
TWO cents per bushel storage will he charge-d. !
If they give notice, and keep if over after the
first of August, the storage will be ONE HALF
cent per month, afterwards. The grain will
be ciear from high water.
The subscriber will keep
Plaster, Fish, Sail and Groceries,
of all kinds, which will be sold low for cash to J
Farmers, by the quantity.
(kS"FLOUR, MIDDLINGS, and all kinds
of Grain and Feed, will he constantly kept on
hand, and sold low for cash.
A. W. W. STF.RRETT.
N. B. JOHN S rERIvRTT is authorised to
transact any business in the above premises as
Lewistown, April 14,1849—1y.
A FEW pieces more of those superior 4-4
iY FARLSTON GINOHAMS left, war-.
ranted fast colors, and equal in quality to anv |
which have been sold at 20 cents. Needle-
W'ork Collars, very handsome, selling for 12J
cents a piece, at the store of
july'.N. NUSBAUM, BROTHERS.
. FRUIT TREES.
A LARGE assortment of choice and splen
did young Fruit Trees, consisting in
f part of Apple, Pear, Plum, Peach, Cherry,
.Nectarine, Apricot, fcc., &c., are now offered
t for sale at the
where purchasers may rely on being supplied
JBjSKSL with trees of the best and most ap-
CjjgS&f? proved varieties of fruit, on moderate
terms. These trees are not inferior
to trees grown in any other nursery
in the State; and all persons wishing to pur
chase are invited to cnli and judge for them
selves. For further particulars see Cata
logues, which will be furnished gratis to ail
post paid applicants, and all orders, directed to
; the subscribers, at Lewistown, Mifflin county,
Pa , will be promptly attended to.
T. W & J. MOOEE.
Lewistown, Sept. 22, 1849—2 m.
| TO "
WE have always on hand & fine slock ot
the following articles, which we are
! prepared to sell Wholesale, at a small advance
; on city rates, having been "well bought;" pur
| chasing almost strictly for CASH :
Drugs, Patent Medicines, Glass, Oil, &c.
i Spices; Coffee, Sugar, Tea, &c.
Tobacco and Segare, Fish and Salt
Nails, and almost every article in Hard A arc
1 Saddlery-ware; Candies, Nuts, Arc.
I Cotton Laps and Cordage
1 All kinds of PATER, and Blank Books
Cooking Stove m ; Hats and Caps; Matches.
F. J. HOFFMAN.
Lewistown, March 31, 1819.
OF the best qualify SQUARE MESH, AN
CHOR STAMP, real Holland manufacture,
imported direct from the manufactory, and for
iile at Lewistown at New York prices.
Terms cash—cloths warranted. Enquire of
August 4, 1849 Millwright.
S a It! Salt
JUST received, a large stock of Ground
Alum Silt—44 cents per bushel and $1.75
per sock. dealers & liberal discount
off these prices will be made.
ma 26. 1849. F. i. HOFFMAN.
DR. S. P. TOWNSEND'S SA RSA BA
RILLA, tor sale at Green's Medical De
pot No. 11 Lewistown, Pa. Sept. 15.