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A. J. AOKTII,
S. A. COYLE & CO.,
Produce & Comnii sion Mer
15 Market street, Philadelphia.
S. A. COYLE, spp2ft-6m J. W. LAUGHLIN
S. S. CAMPBELL & CO.
AND WHOLES ALB DEALERS IN
No. 803, HACK hTHEBT,
AI.SO, MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF
Molasses Candy and Cocoanut ork.
SCRITFAER & SI'RVEI'OR.
11. Mvißiirt, respectfully in
form? the eitis.-ns of Mifflin county, that he is prepa
red at al! tini* to .1 > surviving on -liort notice.
Deed" Mortgage. land's iiH other legai writing*,
drawn with neatness and dispatch.
nov7-0m McVeytown, Mitßin county, Pa.
A NEARLY NEW
Steam Engine and
With fixings. Engine 30 horse power;
Boilers 4o horse power. Will be sold very
WM. A. & WM. J. MeMANIGAL,
jan.2-3ni. Milroy, Pa.
Cords of Wood,
to consist of
POPLAR, LINDEN & WHITE PINE.
to be delivered along the canal. For fur
ther information applv to
J. HI MM EL WRIGHT,
febl3-3ru Lewistown, Pa.
Weber & Son,
H AVE the largest assortment tlnd best ;
. selected stock of
in this section of country.
Brown Sugars from 10 to 15 cts
White Sugar 10 "
Pulverized, Granulated ami Broken Loaf
Lovering's Syrup, 81 20 per Gallon,
Other Syrups, 25 and 28 cts. per quart.
Extra Prime Coffee, 30 cts.
Prime Coffee, 28 "
Also, a large stock of
MACKEREL and HERRING.
Ground Alum, and Asliton's Refined
PRIME FACTORY CHEESE.
Sliephard's Pittsburg Crackers always
on hand. febtC
WHAT'S ALL THIS ?
Why the Grain Business is Revived al Me-
Coy's Old Stand.
frHIE undersigned, having rented the large
J_ and commodious Warehouses formerly
occupied by Frank jtfcOoy, esq., is now pre
pared to purchase or receive and forward
All Kinds of Grain,
for which he will pay market prices. Also,
he will keep for sale, Salt, Plaster, Coal &
He returns thanks to all his old customeis
for their former patronage, and shall feel
grateful for a renewal of pa*t business rela
J/erchants will find it to their advantage
to give him a call.
uiarl4-y W.V. WILLIS.
E L E C T It IC
SAVES WOMEN !
AND ALL GROCERS SELL IT.
■oilier r,' ! , ) y iu,n shavings and dis
solving m h t w itr-r. then s-ak 'li- rUthcs the to ton
5 "; 7,''!/- i,tt '" Will make then,
wah n o?di„t u a, r ,d ,r^"rd::u^n ~,l<J ;
ceive no Iv. cL rllZ to famt !
to do witl,o u r'" g an<l wh ° Coul<l nutle P ers *vaded !
BOBBINS' ELECTRIC SOAP,
Maoufaetured inly lhr " Uho,lt tl ' e 8^-
DOBBINS & LOVE
WHOLESALE OFFICE '
107 S,itn Flftl, Street,
OCt3l ' <;m * Philadelphia.
v •ft™*'"-' *; 1( : ctri(: Soap is for sale by
r. J. Hoffman and D. Gruve.
ESTATE of Jolin 1.. llyier, dee'd.
Notice is hereby given that letters
testamentary on the estate of JOHN 1,.
B\LER, late of Union township, Mifflin
county, deceased, have been granted to
the undersigned, residing in Menno tp.
said county. All persons indebted to the
above estate are hereby notified to make
pay rnent without delay, and those hav
ing claims to present them, duly authen
ticated, for settlement.
L 1 STATE of Jenkins it, .Smftli,
-LJ deceased.—Notice is hereby given
7' u i administration on the estate
BMITI *. late of Union
township, Mifflin county, deceased, have
STSJPSIS te the undersigned, residing
v!,,nh' Borough of Lewistown, in said
county. All persons indebted k> said es
tate-are hereby notified to makepavmeht
without delay, and those having claims
to present them, duly authenticated for
settlement. SAM'L J. BRISBIN,'
WAXTED-A small improved farm
of from 5(1 to 100 acres, either to pur
chase or to rent. If not too high in price, ,
T have on register for sale the following ;
1 real estate: . .
4 B ai in ot 133 Acres, in W ajne
township Out a short distance from At-,
kins*in's Mills, on road leading toNew ton ,
Hamilton. 110 acres of which are cleared ,
a under cultivation, fenced and divided |
into convenient fields—remainder timber. .
Tiie improvements consist of a Log House,
weatherhoarded, new Bank Barn and oth
er outbuildings, excellent Orchard, &e.
There is a tine meadow on the premises,
with running water, and a well at the
door. Price, s4C©—2ooo cash, balance
in two annual payments, with interest.
Possession will be given on Ist April, it
desired. This is a cheap farm, and will
prove a bargain to any purchaser.
)0 Acres of Sarad. situate in Gran
ville town-hip. on the Pennsylvania Ca
nal, about 5 miles west of Lewi-town, 82
acres cleared, well fenced, and in good or
der, and S acres in timber. The improve
ments consist of a two story Log House,
weatherhoarded, good Bank Barn, Corn
Crib, Smoke House, Hog Pens, Black
smith Shop, &c. This land is all arable,
has an abundance of limestone or. it, and
a landing on the canal, so that coal can
he procured with little trouble. It is only
half a mile from a railroad station post
office and store. Most of the fencing is
post and rail —the posts locust—anil about
500 locust posts could now he cut on the
premises. There are three good spring
on the place, two of tliem near the dwel
ling and some good fruit, tiii E>oll;si-k
per Acre. This is a fine property for a
farmer, and has been noted for raising
A Farm ol'l to Acres, 2.1 miles west
of McVeytown, the pike running through
it, 150 acres cleared, well enclosed, water
in every field, and 20acres in good timber.
Good Stone House, Bank Barn 50 by so,
Wagon Shed, Corn Crib, Hog Pons, Wash
House with never failing stream flowing
through it, Spring House, Smoke House,
large Apple Orchard of choice grafted
fruit, (worth as much on an annual aver
age as the interest of the entire purchase
money,) as well as pear, cherry, peach and
plum trees. Price £IO per acre—one-half
cash, and remainder in one, two and three
years, if desired, with interest —purchaser
to pay one-half cost of surveying and ma
king deed. This is a desirable property,
and I believe the cheapest farm now for
sale in Mifflin county. The land is all
patented, and title indisputable.
lit. iI(H •ii Hills, situate near Lewis
town, with 23 acres of Land, machinery
and fixtures all in good order, and noted
for making as good Hour as is manufac
tured in the county. Price, SIO.OQO.
part of which (say $3000,) can be arranged
on a mortgage. This mill is now under
rent at a sum which pays all the taxes and
fully 8 per cent, on the price uked. The
time for its sale is limited.
A Tract of SO Acres, situate in
Wayne township, about 5 miles from Me-'
Veytown, from 20 to 25 acres cleared and
under cultivation. The soil is principally
gravel and produces well. It is weil
watered, and has a line patch of young
timber on it. Price SSOOO.
Anoflier Tract oS" :i<> Acres, sep
arated from the above by the road from
McVeytown to Newton Hamilton, all
cleared and tolerably well fenced, and in
a good state of cultivation. It has on it
a good two story Log House, plastered in
side and weatherboarded and painted out
side, together with Barn, Apple Orchard,
ten years old, well at the door, two springs
not far from the house, and other advan
tages. Price SSSOO.
Possession given Ist Nov., ls(vr. These
tracts will be sold separately or together.
If separate, one-half in hand, and balance
in two equal yearly payments with inte
rest, or in one yearly payment without
interest. If together, half cash, and bal
ance in two equal payments with inte
rest, or it all paid cash, the half will lie
discounted at <> per cent. These proper
ties would make a desirable little farm,
and are situate in a very pleasant neigh
& True! of S.usirf in Derry town
ship, one and a quarter miles from Lew
istown, on the canal, with the old pike
running through it, containing about 200
acres, Id cleared and mostly fenced, with
a two story Stone House, Bank Barn, an
Old Orchard, and a number trees
planted some years ago, consisting of ap
ple, pear and cherry. The remainder of
the tract is covered witli pine, chestnut
and oak, from which a large quantity of
fin.-wood could be cut, and as it can be
easily hauled presents a strong induce
ment to an industrious man with a small
capital. One corner of this tract strikes
Jack's creek between the Edmiston and
old saw mill tract, thus giving access to it
by two roads. Price S3ooo—*looo cash,
balance in such payments as may be
For further information inquire of
Incensed Agent for sale of Real Estate.
Lewis town, February 6, lftfiT.
Una saw mwM'm
NOTICE TO FARMERS!
f I'M IE undersigned announces that he
X. is now prepared to buy or receive on
storage, and forward all kinds of
Grain and other Produce,
at hie new Warehouse at Reedeville.
IMjAN 1 LH, SALT & COAL
kept constantly on hand for sale
lie also continues the Produce Business at
the old stand in Lewistown.
octl9-tf ABNEK THOMPSON.
Mutual Insurance Company.
T , "L C r£ Bn , y 1 COntin " e ?.t 0 issue P-licies of Insur
ance on Buildings and Personal Property, in Tour,
or Country, at cash or mutual rates. ® n
JAMES RANKIN, President.
JOSHUA BOWMAN, Secretary.
jaul6'6T JOHN HAMILTON, Agent.
FRANK H. WENTZ,
32)2)? a &iiai a?2>ai>
WEST MARKET ST.. LEWISTOWN,
Opposite the Red I.ton Hotel,
■. continues to keep on lmnd a large as
/ W V sortrnent of boots and shoes ot all
LI \. kinds, both of city and home make.—
His stock of
Boots, Shoes, Gaiters and Slippers
is extensive and well selected, and he still manufac
tures to order tit short notice all kinds for ladies and
gentlemen's wear. Ills prices compare favorably
with the cheapest. He would especially call the at
tendon of the ladies to his stock of Morocco and
Kid Polish, and Lasting Gaiters of all stvles of home
and city manufacture. Call and examine his stock.
His work is put up in the best manner. decl9-ly
3-P g-a "Vc i CCJ y gurjj J
OT&LIBIMIffl Wo (BHiBSBs
■yTERCHANT TAILOR, has removed his shoptothe
HI buildihg formerly known as the -g-een house."
at the intersection of Valley and Mill stre -t.adjoining
H. M. & R. Pratt's store, where he cordially invites all
who need anything in his line. Goods and Trim
mings furnished and gentlemen's clothing ma le, in
the latest styles, on short notice, and at reasonable
Great Excitement at the Post
ON account of the new arrival of Boots and Shoes.
at reduced prices. The undersigned would
respectfully inform the public that he has* just arrived
from the eastern cities with a large assortment ol
BJOTS, SIDES AND GAITERS.
consisting of Ladies', Gentlemen's and Children's
Wear, which he has purchased at "come down" pri
ces. He is now prepared to sell cheaper than the
cheapest, for cash. Also, constantly on hand a large
assortment of home-made work, which is manufac
tured under his own supervision, and of the best ma
terial and workmanship. Hoots and" Shoes made to
order at short notice. Repairing done in the neatest
manner. Call at the Post Office, and examine for
yourselves. W. C. THOKNBURG.
Lewistoyvn, May 23,1566-y.
GOOD NEWS TO HOUSEKEEPERS !!
The Latest awl Mast Valuable Discovery <f the Aye!
\X I N J) O>V S C 1, E A NlO l>
Without Soap or Water, Time or Labor, by using
\V O ODS IJ M ' S
Instantanconij Wintlow Polhh.
IT DOES away with soap suds or hot water, thus
avoiding the slops upon the floor or adjoining paint,
and the disagreeable sensation of the water running
down on the" arms, under the sleeves, and wetting
them to the shoulder*. It leaves no lint upon tin
glass. and uives it a more transparent and clearer ap
pearance than can be got with ten times the amount
of labor and time in washing. For polishing Mirrors,
or any kind of Silver, Brass or Tiii-ware, it
has no equal. The polish is warranted to contain no
acids, nor anything of a poisonous or injurious char
acter. but i* perfectly harmless in every respect.
For sale by .1. A. A W. R. M.-KEE,
A hid Fellows' Hall Building, opposite Black Bear
Hotel, Lewistown, Pa. nov-14-tf
CIIESTM-T OAK AXD HEMLOCK BARK,
Delivered at the Tannery of
J. SPASTCGZiE & 00.,
For which the highest market price will be
paid in CASH.
For Draining Wet Lands. Pipes for Cellar
Drains, Water Pij c for Conducting Water
manufactured from the best material and for sale in
any qiiauoty desired. Also a good stock of EARTH
ENWARE oil baud. Orders pruinpilv attended to.
oct!7-6m Belleville. Mifflin county, Pa.
Looking Glasses and Picture
r IHIE undersigned, thankful for past fu-
JL vors, would inform the public that he
still manufactures Frames of every de
scription, as cheap as they can be made
elsewhere. Looking Glasses of every de
scription, wholesale and retail, at reduced
prices. He respectfully solicits a share of
public patronage. All persons who have
left pictures to frame or frames to be tilled,
are requested to call for them,
mylbtf JAMES ( liUTCHLEY.
Experience Proves there are only
rcm mm & MIM
SHUTTLE Oil LOCK STITCH,
THE Grover A Baker Elastic-Stitch Sowing Machines
are superior to all others lor the following reasons:
1. They sew direct from the spools, and require no
rewinding of thread.
2. They are more easily understood and used, and
less liable to derangement than other machines.
8. They are capable of executing perfectly, without
change of adjustment, a much greater variety of work
than other machines.
4. The stitch made hy these machines is much more
firm, elastic, and durable, especially upon articles
which require to he washed and ironed, than any
5. This stitch, owing to the manner in which the
under thread is inwrought, is much the most plump
and beautiful in use. ami retains this plumpness and
beauty even upon articles frequently washed and
ironed until they are worn out.
6. The structure of the seam is such that though it
be cut or broken at intervals of only a few stitches it
will neither open, run, or ravel, but remains firm and
7. Unlike other machines, these fasten both endsof
the seam by their own operation.
8. Witli these machines, white silk isused upon the
right or face side of the seam, cotton may be used
upon the other side without lessening the strength or
durability of the seam. This can be done on no othei
machine, and is a great saving upon all articles stitch
ed or made up with silk.
9. These machines, in addition to their superior
merits as instruments for sewing, by a change of ad
justinent easily learned and practiced, execute the
most beautiful and permanent embroidery and orna
Call at P. F. LOOP'S
A GOOD ASSOTMENT ALWAYS
Lewistown, February 6,1867.
BSSITEDIOT & CO.,
Collections aud remittances promptly made.
Interest allowed ou time deposits. jan23-ly.
GOME AIT 2 SEE
the Great REDUCTION in the Price of
jan3o at BKISBIN'S, [near the Jail.|
ON IIAXI), a fine assortment of Cup,
Letter and Note Paper. Also, Fancy
Colored Paper and Envelopes in va-iety at
jan 30 F. J HOFFMAN'S.
War Against High Prices.
(10 to F. J. HOFFMAN'S for
jan3o NAILS, &c.
has now open
A NEW STOCK
which will be made up to order in the neat
est and most fashionable styles. apl9
Trains leave Stations in this county as
Bait. Phil's Fast Emi-
Ex. Ex. Mail. Line, grunt,
a. m. a. m. p. m. p. m. a. m.
Lewistown, 4.31 5.35 4.00 0.20 10.27
Granville, 4.14 10.37
Anderson, 4.20 10.47
MeVeytown, 5.04 4.37 ILOB
Manayunk, 4.4!) IL2O
N. Hamilton, 5.04 11.43
Pliii'a Fast Day Cin.
Ex. Lino. Ex. Way. Ex.
n - m - m. a. in. a. in. p. m
Lewistown, 12.17 0.37 11.00 10.15 G.IH
N. Hamilton, 9.15
Fare to Harrisburg s2in ; to Philadelphia 5 85: to
Altoona 2 su; tu Pittsburgh 0 60; to Baltimore 5 2b : to
York 3 20. v
He Ihe ticket office will be open 20 minutes before
the arrival uf each passenger train.
D. E. ROBESON. Agent.
Gnlbraith ,t Conner's omnibusses conaect with nil
trie passenger trains, and take up and set down pas
sengers at all points within the borough. Orders are
requested to be left at the National House.
Photograph and Art Gallery.
McEWEXS can now furnish the pub
lic with Likenesses, from the tiniest
Gem to a Portrait or lift size Photograph.
We have the only Solar Camera at work
in the Juniata Valley, and desire the pub
lic to call and examine what Mr. Burk
holder (an accomplished and well known
artist ) and others have pronounced " a
success." Look at the array:
Gems, i Albatypes or Ivory-
Ferrotypes, j types,
Melainotvpes, j Photo-Miniatures
Ambrotypes, Cabinet Photos., &
Lard Photographs j Portrait or Life size
Photographs for i plain or in colors,
oval frames, I Ac.. Ac., Ac.
Our work is executed in the best style,
plain or in colors, and at the lowest rates.
Call at MeEWENS.
N. B.- nstructions to students given
at fair rt tes. a p4tf
TO THE LADIES.
rniiE ( iiuj.i; Eittvrus. or
1 Sti:\< II l>Rg;**B\G for Ladies
and Children's Hoots and Shoes that have
become red, or rusty and rough by wear
ing. They are restored to a perfect and
permanent black, with as much lustre as
when new, leaving the leather soft and
pliable, and what is of great importance
to the ladies it will not rub off when wet
and soil the skirts. Traveling hags, kid
gloves, trunks, carriage tops, and line
, harness are made to look as good as new.
Ladies and Children can dress their own
boots and shoes without soiling their
hands. Try one bottle, and you will nev
er he without a supply in the house.
For sale by,
J. A. A W. 11. McKEE,
in Odd Fellows' Hall, cor. Market and
Dorcas sts., Lewistown. octlTtf
H A R D 7f A R E,
8!I®TI AiiJ) <MI 3M3 9
TOHN B. SELIIEIMER offers his sincere
(J thanks to the friends and well-wishers of
his establishment, for the steady and rapid
growth of his business hitherto, and solicits
a continuation of the patronage of the com
munity. With increased facilities, and devo
ting strict personal attention to the details of
his business, he is confident thnt all orders
he may be favored with during the present
year, will be executed to the entire satisfac
tion of those giving them.
His stock of Hardware, Wood work. Leather,
Saddlery, Coach Trimmings, Linings,
Shoe Findings, Paints, Oils. Glass,
Stoves, Nails, Horse and Mule
Shoes, Nails and Nail Rods,
Ac., Ac., Ac,,
is heavy and well-selected, and is offered at
prices as low as can possibly be sold. Ilis
TIN W A RE
is of his own manufacture, m de in a good
and workmanlike manner, by full hands, un
der his own supervision, and is offered whole
sale or retail, as superior to any in the market.
Merchants, Mechanics, Farmers, House
keepers and Dealers generally may rely upon
getting any article in his line with an assu
rance of fair dealing and promptness, wheth
er in person or by order.
Roofing. Spouting, Repairing, Gas Fitting
and all kinds of Job Work done at shortest
Liberal discount given to the Trade and
J. B. SELIIEIMER.
Lewistown, Jan., 1866—1y
Ladies' Vests and Drawers,
janSO.] At BRISBIN'S.
CROVESTEEN & CO.,
499 Broadway, New York.
THE attention of the Public and the trade is invited
to our NEW SCALE 7 OCTAVE ROSEWOOD PIANO
FORTES, which for volume and purity of tone are
unrivalled by any hitherto offered in this market.—
They contain all the modern improvements, French
Grand Action. Harp Pedal, Iron Frame. Overstrung
Bass, etc- and etich instrument being made under
the personal supervision of Mr. J. H.GROVESTKEX. who
has had a practical experience of over 36 years in
their manufacture, is fully warranted in every partic
The " OROVESTEES PIAXO FOR'/ ES" reeeived the
Awanl of Merit over ail other* at the Celebrated
Where were exhibited instruments from the I est ma
kers of London. Paris, Germany, Philadelphia, Balti
more. Boston and New York: and also at the Ameri
can Institute for five successive years, the gold and
silver medals from both of which can be seen at our
By the introduction of improvements we make a
stil more perfect Piano Forte, and by manufacturing
large y. with a strictly cash system, are enabled to of
fer these instruments at a price which will preclude
Terms i—Net Casein Current Funds.
*s"T>escnptive Circulars Sent Free. octlO-Sra '
In the Odd Fellows' Hall.
JUST received from Philadelphia, a
very choice assortment of
Ginghams, Flannels, Cheeks, Hickory, Foreign and
Domestic Dry Goods of ail kiuds.
Sugars, Coffees, Teas, Chocolate,
Essences of Goffee, Queensware. Stone
ware, Hardwnreand Cedarware.Phcul
ders. Hams, Mackerel, Herring,
Shad, Roots and.
Shoes, Grain Bags. Also,
a fine lot of Whisky,
Wine and Gin,
which will he sold verv low. Country Produce taken
in exchange for goods by
Lewsitown, October 11, 1565.
New Stock of Hats, Caps, &c.
7r. a-. zoLiirsm,
Market St., next Door to John Kennedy's,
dgH& Has just received from --
WJ I New Yrk arid Philadel j
nhia. the most
and complete* assort •
ever exhibited in this plaee, which will be dis
posed of at such prices as to defy competition,
and which he invites everybody to call and
examine, as he is satisfied that his stock can
not fail to please.
For the Ornish he has constantly on hand,
or will make to order, hats to their taste of
any required size or brim, at prices which
cannot fail be satisfactory.
Country Merchants will find it to their ad
vantage to give him a call, as a liberal deduc
tion will be made to wholesale purchasers.
Don't forget the place, next door to John
Kennedy's Store and nearly opposite the
Odd Fe lows' Hall. may
It 01!ER TW. I'AT TON,
SOUTH SIDE OF HARKET STREET,
HAS just received and opened at his es
tablishment a new supply of
Clocks, Watches, Jewelry,
Fancy Articles, &c.,
which he will dispose of at reasonable prices.
He invites all to give him a call and examine
his stock, whieh embraces all articles in his
line, and is sufficiently large to enable all to
make selections who desire to purchase.
i©*REPAIRING neatly and expeditiously
attended to, and all work warranted.
Thankful for the patronage heretofore re
ceived, he respectfully asks a continuance ol
the same, and will endeavor to please ajl who
may favor him with their custom. feb2
i 33 m KM mm>
CREAT CAPACITY !
Celebrated Reversible Feed Movement-
Uniform Self-Adjusting Tension.
Four Separate Distinct Stitches.
Will Gather and Sew a Ruffle at once.
JAS. PARKER & SONS,
Be P l2 Agents, Lewiito <u*P a .
Men a Buck Gloves at $1 25
M !! 150
Gauntlets 1 25
vr , L " • Mitts 137
Men s Wool, Cotton and Berlin GLOVES for
8&le ch P- jan3o.
Everybody Should Read This
As people will buy where good goods are
sold cheap, and, as large sales at small pro
fits afford satisfactory pay for labor, time
and attention, we have determined to sell
our new stocks of
just received, at the
VERY LOWEST LIVING PRICES,
thus insuring the trade and good will of our
friends, and offering inducements to ali pea
pie to trade with us.
We have just opened the best and most
beautiful styles of prints we have ever lmn
died from 12J to 20 cents,
Unbleached Muslin,.from 15 upward
Bleached " " 10
Our stock of FRENCH MERINOS. All-
Wool De Laiues, All-Wool Plaids, we will
close out at
Our large stock of FlanoeU, will be run
off at a very low figure.
Large Stock of Balmorals & lloop Skirte.
Full assortment of ladies' Dress Trimmings,
Buttons, Velvet Ribband, Ruffling*, Tape,
100 Breakfast Shawls worth $3.00 will be
sold at $2 00.
Cloths, Cassimeres, Satinets, Jeans, 4c.,
will be closed out at the very lowest figures.
Gents' Merino, Wool Shirts and Drawers
from SI,OO to $4 00.
Carpet Chain and Woolen Yarn at lowest
Sugar, from • 10 to 10 ceota,
Coffee, (Rio) from 28 to 33 "
Syrup, (tip-top) 25 "
Spices, Raisins, Dried Peaches, Currant?,
Apples, Cherries, &c., constantly on hand.
BRUSHES Sec., 4c.
A full line of
at lowest cash prices.
The Fullest Assortment of FANCY GOODS it
everything the gent, lady or child may desire.
Dobbins' and all other kinds of Soap.
Kaighu'g Cattle Powder Celebrated Throßfh*
out the Slate.
A FULL, FRESH STOCK
NOTIONS AT WHOLESALE,
to which the attention of Country Merchants
18 especially invited.
Each buyer will be certain to get the
of his money.
Store room and ware<rooms on the corner
af \ alley and Mill streets, east of the Blaci
PRATT, LAW & PRATT.
Lewistown, January 30, 1887.