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tfjuuii of laketj and a iUon oflatult,
, A uniun no rpoicer . sha.lt sctierj
'A'vntp'n of .hearts', anil a tui'oii ottaryJi,
Ami the AnmtcCh limit Jorer err
M I F. F L I N X 0 w N- ,
Wednesday Morning,' 'August 23,' 1965
.;7lFK,iRCESS AxND FREE.
A. ti. 'CUSS, Editor.
Lev." 55': 16.'-fitr-
,i Proclaim Liberty jpg
Mr-.TLrou shout the I.arifl J&'
jr 1 ' to AI.fv tve '. sf
T-r Inhabitants T!:trcof. i
jar The J cxi at a sextixel-&&
ha the Ttirj'ft CrrtvlatioH of any paper pub
lished. ,m thie Connty.-.It is therefore tbe
httt idcertiting mtdwm. It ia a Taper, Iruly
HyM. ably conducted,' a first class I.oralisi,
and veil worthy of (lie purroosgs of every
loal ciiiien ia the County.
ftOfc. ," Treason 7nust he made xi7ois;
Traitors must he punished and imporer
isAcd, ' They must net only he punUhe-l,
hut thrtr t'xbil power, must he dentrryyed;
.ltd a fter matin j treason ' oiliou.i, every
Union men aud the Government should
he' 'remunerated out of the poctets of
those tcho hrie in flicted this great suffer
ing vpnn (he country.'' President John
ion, April 21, ISGo. 4 V
i. r i
tTaioii E'eratIican State dominations
, FOR AUDITOR GENERAL -
MJ. Gen- JOI! r. U 4BTRAMT,
'' or xotgomt ccrjTT.
FOR SURVEYOR GENERAL
Col. JACOB SI. CAMPOLLL,
- , OF CAMBHIA COCKTT.
1 nion County . Convention
' At a meeting of the standing Unisn
County Committee, of J d'niata' county,
held at Jacob Will's ; Ilotel, in MifSin
town on Saturday, August" iTth ISfio ;it
was unantmousiy agreed, that the Union
voters of said eccnty rcfet at their usual
rliccB of lioldinj, electiorlS 5n tl.eir sever
al towuship on THURSDAY AFTER
NOON, OF 'AUGUST Slst 1S6&, bd
tween the hours of 2 srrd'O o'clock P. M.
and in the borough' of Ji2Jintod, Pat
terson and I'errysville, Ictvfedn the hoffrs
of 4 and 7 o'clock P.'M. to elerf two Del
egates from each election district to' rep
resent them in the Union County Co5
vention to be held at Mifflintown on '
Saturday, September 2nd 1865, "
at 1 oscIock P. M. to nominate a ticket
' to be supported by the Union voters at
the ensuing general tlection-
. . , , JEHEMTAn LrONS, 7V.
W. W. Davis, S-cfy. ' . "
The elections will be conducted by the
fo'iowing Standing Union County
Mifflinlown, JeremUh Lyoni, W. W. Darfs.
Fermanagh, C B Horning. B. F. BchweleT,
Faycu, John Hoffman, James Darin, ,
Monroe, A. G. Shellenber, John Shellfy,
8uxquehanna, Levi Light, Sol. Updrgrove '
Greenwood, H Mininm, Wm Thomas,
Delaware G W Jmith, Jpnat hun Frey,
Walker, Col John N MoOi-e. .Tohfl Motier,
Fatterson, F M Mickey, H M Grnoinger, -:
MUford, K A Robinson, Arnold Varncs, .
Turbe'.t, Wm M Kobinson, 1 W Flickinger,
rerryavUle, lba Limhtrrst, T M Wagfnsellcr,
Hpruca Hill. J K Tattcrson, Jaaes a I'ittoa,
lleale, Wm Toung, Jonathan V Doyle,
Tuscarora, H H Behtcl, Tllomae Morrow,
Lack, John Patterson, Kphraim Youug,
Black Log. Kobert Melntyra, William P.css,
,T : vh7 t Dane.
.The, Democratic party is just' now en
gage! in raiang the-cry of '-negro equal
ity," ."ncgio voting' Ac., in order to dis
tract the attention fifths people, and more
especially the soidiers, from their damning
record of the last ibree years. They hope
by aising false issues, to escape the meii
ted obloquy thab rests- on them on account
cf their' trail orcis' eonrse during the ex
istence of the rebellion. It won't win.
The people canrrot be" humbugged in that
manner, ai-d the soldiers are not children
to be frightened by the try of. negro
cqnalitjyruied by the Democratic party.
They hste not ' forgotten tils' party nor
the m;a who denounced them ss "mur
derers," !'thieves," "Lincoln hirelings,"
f s will be pretty well ascertained fey the
rote this fall. The soldiers have not for
gotten their' old .enemies, and honeyed
words, and "soff scraping" generally will
tj ot help the Democratic party any, when
itiir-i'. ;ji -i, .b.ra.v.Vf 'I? ivrllv?;. .
Major General Hart ran ft
The hero of tort Stedmaa, wlio wod
his stars as a major general on the field
of battlia the fire and Smote Vile.
Latbd6prca price's attacks on Grant'
Inay before jucboeha, haa teen ..sow
uawd by the tfnidh Stale ConYentipo, fir
Atraitot tfencfal, and ianow,Ji eandiwt
for the support of the people In select
ing him as onr standard bearer, the Con
vention recognized eminent merit, re
spected the wishes of the' people, and dis
carded the paltry claims of politicians.
General Jiartranft had command of some
six thousand Pefansylvao'iaas1, and1' al
though all were nearly green troops, the
ibis manner in which bS handled them.
and their trrlM tennlse of the rebels in
thetr affaofe wi Fort Stedman on that oc
ctsionwtm frjom -General Grant "aT notice
in u special ordef iasaecf to these Trob'f.
In the coming olection ihescT troops
not forget their old 66mmnde.'j lie led
theni Jo a" glo'noiuf vifctor'j ; once' ".vrhea
disaster had Overptwerfcd our arms, and
in OeUbei next will as signally lead the
grand army of Union Voters in the "State
to an e'juslly brilliant success over the
copperheads. The soldiers who fought
under him, once more 'returned to civil
life are ready to do battle for him again,
and drive back in rout and confusion all
the opponents of the Union cause.' Each
soldier who served under him will at once
become a politician and election;? with
hearty enthusiasm foi 'lis success.
.Col. Jacob 31. Campbell.
Col. Jic'ob 31. Campbell is a citizen
of Cambria County,' and entered the vol
unteer military service, as Colon el of the
34th Regt. P. V. The 54th was organ-iez-J
at Camp Curdn in July, 1861, from
volunteers recruited in Dauphin, Somer
set, Carbon, Montour, Northampton and
Lehigh counties. Col. Campbe'l, early
after his appearance in the field, was pro
moted to the command cf a brigade, in
which position he performed goo'd and
vamant service, laucea, tne record oi
Col. Campbell ertecds over frelds where
some of the hardest fousbt battles of the
war toot place, tor his gallantry in the
contest he has been frequently compli
mented by his superior officers, aad for
his services to his country in the hour of
its peril, a grateful people will shortly
exhibit tjieir estimation of his -worth' by
electing Jiim to one of the most impor
tant positions in thoir gift.
When we lived in Johnstown, Cambria
county, we knew Col. Campbell Very tfeW,
and from a personal acquaintance with
him' in his private home we can cordially
commend him to all true Union men as
. -. -
one eminently capable' and deserving
their votes. We hope' to see Juniata
eonie up gallantly to the Support ot this
detcrving patriot.' J'
We Don't Wast it.
Somebody has been unkind enough to
."end uS repeatedly a copy of an InfjJel
Paper published' in' Itostunj and should
these lines coriie before hiS eyes, we' re
quest him not to' repeat th3 insult.. Per
h'afs he imagines that because we are no
bngSr in the labors or the' ministry that
therefore our rSiod may Le' prepared foi
such reading if so he is grossly mis-takr-n.
A want of faith in' the import
ance and rcaKfies of rcfizton was not a
motive in relinquishing the clerical office.
We believe in God as our Fa'tfiefVin
, ' (.-
Christ Jesus as our' Savior, in the Holy
Spirt our Sunctifier, and in the Holy Bi
ble as an infallible rule of faith' and prac- SUellenberger, q q
t:ce We have no sympathy for ToSilelity eiher, Abram .
, . - -. . . . , ,. , 'Seiber, DaTid
and Atheism. This paper teaches taat the sncoh0ur; Adam
CiLIe Is a mere human production, that Sieber1 Jo&n'
j. : .!. i.v .. it- c-vi.-.i. .v.. :i' Stitier, John
ii ia nj;ui iu w uu mo ouuuJiu, tiiiti li
is wasting time fo go to church, wrong to
support a nunistery. aad that religion is'
an imposition and a cheat, without reason,
blindly received, and of great injury, and
finally it advoc ttes downright atheism as ,
the only doctrine supported by consistancy i
anu reason. e oeueve no tiuer woros
Were ever written, than these of the in-1
snired man of God-
JVie fool hath said
in Tit's heart there ! no God Fealins 14:1,
for surely no one but a fool, devoid of
sense, wit and understanding would Be so
silly as to deny his Maker. And if a
man is a fool for saying in hi heart there
s no.God. what must he be who says so
in a primed paper j Ancieut infidels
.kept it in their hearts, but these silly fel
lows ilory in their shame and make pub
lic exhibitions of their folly. They may
thiut tTiey are smart they may seem
smart, .but' when they come before the
judgment seat of God they will realize
the awful truth that they were devoid'of
good sense. 'Whatever other follies we
may be called to answer for, we hope to
be spared from the supteme folly of de
nying tiur Creator or the Light be sent
icto the world.
Repaired in good style the pave-
laeat in ftoat.of.W. : Vt: WiWi
r!.Wrp '- 1 - - . - . - -j-j- - r
J - :.v .....niuiii i .I'-.iriseBU'IA'ar) SU. v. ..
tJ. S. INTER?! All feEVItiWK.;.
Income 9X : Jatmtft Cpwtf.
The llerenne ItepittoBill-fttA'
on has recogoied thi. proprietj.. 6t 'pub.
jishing the )& oi jnoomcs. returnei ior
taxation, so thatach man maViu3g5ot
Sjthe integrity of his neighbor in ssu!Ug;
his just share of the exactions noueasarj
.... i -t.i? :
to sustaiD our .Rational creau. relieving
that it can do no harm that it can offend
no just man and that It may prevent dis-
hoaesr returns to avom uxauon, waoir
Iwkh ftttb&b. ska o tire list of taxable tn-
comctf in the; East end of tbe County,
being the 10th Division of the I4th Dis
trict of Pa." It iriclddes the 509 allow
el'rjy taw for living.; AUJbose." names
do not appahr on the list,' have made.' re
turn that their income does not exceed six
nUndred dollars.''' THe list will" U "fonnJ
fnfcre';tiri'!; 'and Ve' return' otir thanks to
Mr., WiHia'in Wv Davis,; Assistant . Asses
sor, for his kindness in furnishiug us the
list, rln a future issue we ehail give, the
incorncj.of the West end of the CbfloirT-I
Allison, Rav M Miffliutowo
Auraan, Jacob 1'uyetle
A Ums, John Mrs Walker
Adams, Ja'me "' J " '"':
Adams, William ' '': ,
Adams, Jacob "
Rook, Job n
BtHhoar, Jikj'i ..'
Bell, William .
Brown, Tetcr '
DaTis, Kdirin '
Dimm, David B
Berr, O L
Doty ES .
Dimtn, John dee'd
Elder, N A
Greenlcaf, Y L
I Gi?rich. John
nlhni ' iionn-ii.
! Uallacher, R O
Hart, William Mrs
Horning LU '
- P'4 2
Kinijr, Samuel t . Fayette .
Kauflamn. Saml M " .
Kurtz, jVserVh Delaware
Kurtz.- Jneob' "
Kanffman, Jonas ' Wslket" '
Kyle, Moses . .
Lukens, J S
Monbcck, Solomon Walker
?TcMinn, John "'
Moore, J N '
Musserl Christian "
Miller, nehry "
Marpritz. E A Fayette '
Myers, S C -
Mtteser. J ibn
MeAlister. S W " ,.
Parker E D -' -"Miffllutowa
Parker, R E " .
Renno, David . . Fermanagh
Rothrock, Joseph " j
SfmsoH,' Itfarcaref WattW ' ' . ''
- ( -1304
" , .'641
Sieber, Jonas d?c'd
! pioher, Emanuel
j 8nyder, George
! Selber. Michael
Stitzer, James Fayette
Shirk. Jircob '
Spicher. Daniel Delawte" :
Schlegel, Jacob' .
Seiber, William "
enberger, Chr Monroe"
SiiiillonlnifTiir" Tnn .
.i0uffer, Abrm Fermanagh
, , ,, 658
'' ' 937
. , 1000
Salouff. Jacob" - Mifflin
Stambaugh, Jacob . "
Tborapsou, J N -Thdtrpson,
Thompson, w 8 , " ...
Thompson, R Mj.', : Mifflin
Clshl Simon '
: i . '
Wilson, J B "
Wilson, If T
West fall,- Daniel
Weiser, Jacob .
Wilson. W W
Mifflin .,. .
IS-' We have received from tbe Union
League, Philadelphia, a pamplet entitled
The "Record of the Democratic'- Party
1860 1865'." '- It is a,'nblicatioii Which
8!ibuid be scattered broad ; cast' over tho
laoli ai' it coataiujaaiibb ,;6eto."idcli
-1. i . t if I' . . -
Tkilio itate ticket. "
Bjf th proceediBgsi ot-tne Union State
Cojvtion-whioh met Islt week at. liar
riburg,-ii will be perceived . that the
ekin of bar patriotie soldifefs were fully
rccdgnixed, both candidates being veter
ans of tbe hte war. General Ilartranft,
who luu feen nominated for Auditor Gen
eral, distinguished himself greatly before
Petersburg, in the repulse of a fierce reb
el attack, and was mentioned with high
honor jn Jha dispatched for' his; ,sdKics
Colonel Campbell, who has been .nomina
ted for; Snryeyor vGenoral, has equally
served with gallantry throughout the war.
Both are me n of. ability aud high ohursc
terj We rejoice especially in the -ratifi-
eation by the convention, i tf ; the . recon
struction policy of the national Adminis
tration. 1 :n VT-r t ."1 ';f'
" t When Sumter fell, we enlisted to
fight taiWrs and thetr sympathizers ,;dur
ing tlic war,' and altaough we now no
longer bear the .:;.' .-:i .. - u.'l -Trainp,
t Amp.'tririip, the boy s are marching,'!
we Still have the saiue foes, conquered ia
f.he field by our gallant; boy in bluev to
tight in the political arena: ' Defeated id
the field, they- are now slrivirig to gain in
trickery and political maneuvering ''whAt
they lost so completely under the - Jeadly
charges of Union bayonets. As long as
this is the case; we hope to have the Sen
Tfstt alwdys "crowded" with heavy
bombs and charges of grape and canister
for the enemies of the country.
'.'"An Inteeestinq .Prediction-. In
I860 when Jeff Davis was threatening
destruction M the iJot-th as the result ot
secession, he, one day, in an animated
conversation with Cen, Simon Cameron,
exclaimed: ''When the South secedes,
such paralysis will fall upon Northern
enterprise, that the grass will grow in the
streets of your Northern ci'ies !" The
retort was instant; the General replied :
'No Jlr Davis, if the Southern States se
cede, utter ruin will fall on your section.
Your slaves will be liberated, and will as
sist in your destruction. Tlie North will
not be ruined, but I will, with my own
bands, plant corn in the streets of Charles
ton, the cradle of treason." True to his
proAiise, in the spring of this car, when
Gen. Cameron visiteJ (he South, he did
phnt the corn in tbe very 6treet of Cfiar
leston, and hired a soldier from one of lh
hospitals to attend to it. Tbe General
received the other day tho" crop, - con
sisting of four ears of corn, one of which
has been presented to the IlarrLsburg
Telegraph, and can be seen at that office.
I&" The New York Xews, tie rebel
organ in New York, is becoming alarmed,
lesf in' the attempt of thd Democrats to'
get Freii(!ent Johnson on their platform
the result will be that tie Will get many
Democrats on the Union platform. There
may be some danger of thii ; and
we advise those Copperheads who hive
ventured express' approbation of Presi
dent Johnson to be on their guard or they
niay become patriots before they are fully
aware of it. flow odd they would feel
to wake up aud find thedisilves good loyal
citizens ! : "
t&J. D. IIowcll, a brother-iu law of
Jeff Davis, who, 'as previously stated,
was arrested for drunken and disorderly
conduct, and uttering insulting and dis
loyal language in the Pulaski House, Sa
vannah, has been sentenced to a fine ot
two hundred and fifty dollars, sis months'
imprisonment, ana subsequently to be
i sent out of the district. Another rebel,
who participated with Howell in his crim
inal demonstrations, has been imprisoned
in the city guard -house; : s'
A late Tcbel arsenal, in luehmi'ud,
containing fifteen thousand shot and shell,
together with a great quantity of car
tridges and ammunition for small arms,
took fire and exploded on Tuesday after
noon. One soldier was killed and . a ne
gro severely wounded.- . The loss iJ between
sixty and one" hundred thousand dollars.
Kir At Menrphis and other . places in
Tenuessee a severe Shock of earthquake
waslelton inursaay morning, suuaings i
we're shafeen and! chimnos tumbled, over.
No particular damage was done as
is known. At St. Louis and Cairo a Sim
la? shock was felt yesterday.' "
. BjnvThe Commbsioners of Snyder
county have been couintsHidcd by the
Court to proceed with the erection of new
county buildings at SeliasgrOvc, the new
county scat. ,. ' '.
Ohio Politics.' i .
Cincinuati, August 18th. The Demo
cratic' Wtate Sovereignty Convention as
sembled at Coldmbus yesterday. : M- H.
Mitchell, of Knox county, was appointed
Cbitirfsao', and W, II. ManncI, of High
land county. Secretary, - Alex. Long Was
nominated for Governor ami Chilton A.
White for Lieutenant Governor. Strong
Stale - Sovreigrry " J?hiticii were
ai'jpt;1!.. ' '-
A Situation as Clerk in a store by a young!
tiiaivuf reipectbility. ' . j
. - I he bast or reoerencr given, rerinipnn
tion aily at this-office. j! y
Aug. 23, '65. '- ? 7
DISSOLUTION Of PARTNERSHIP.
rpUE PARTNERSHIP. HERETOFORE
J,, existing between the firm of WilBO n ft
flros. and trading in tbe Merchantile bus
iness was dissolved by mutual consent on the
16th of August 1865. AH persons indebted
t said firm ,ara request to maks imtnediatt
paytn'eitt and thereby irtve trouble. mT,
'' - WILSON ft BROS.
Tne-tHiainesa will'jbe continued at th
slanlin the name ot ..i r. -i.
, . , ,. , ; L. WILSON 4 CO.
Aug. 23, 'CS j , t .
a- ' - ri - v ' V I tjcntlemtn s riiiptsn lug More. , . .
Insurance lonipany oi iew 1 ork- j Fay go ofuu tibd.-. .ad;, can.
- ..." j'-m i ers and Balmora! Fine Sltoes, fci- Misses and
Cash Capital - TiV Million Dollar., children. Carpets and Oil Cloth, tc, Also,
AaataV.tY;.rVlM3r" ti&MinJl.S' '. .'. -
Lialiilitie,,J'7c:. . . 7j!.l'" --Ciuftrlr, Qlffniuara,---TH8
:MTvf WTiiw ol.l,-waMfelVi , Hardware aDTtMry.- 1 hp, Oils, Paints,
l-eaanHMirompanr-' N preniiom and all fueh articles as are dually found in a
note: -"No assessments. It insures all kinds . count ry store. ... . ,
of property pr goods, for any length of time,
pJL.3 promptly in cae of loss by fire. Ap-
iWJL soli cifed aaJ fdiJautJ -
,J -s' A- IT. WtflDMAjr, " '"'
Agent at MilBiutown, yj, -
? - . '
CAB.TO.TIIE RESIDENCE OF THE
8ub-cribera rtaidiiii in Farma'nagh town-
ship, Juniata Cunly, Pa. on or about the 1st
of July last a while ebfial without any spots
or marks and supposed to be abeut a year
old. The owner is requested to come forward
prove property pay charges and take it away,
otherwise it will bo disposed of according to
I!?- . . .
' , IT. 1ft iKVRT7:.
li 'i:tr.E.v. moist.
; VALUABLE 1KWTS.
nrrpi ' C5- "3 f
Xr "4y!L -' 9cXw
rTHE UNDERSIGNED RESIDING , I't
jl. liPaifi tnwu-uip, ouurs ai pric uia
valuable Farm located in Spruce Hill town
ship. Juniaia county. I'a. about C miles West
of Pcrrysvil'.e and the Pa. H. R. bounded by
lands of James B. Okcson, Silas Smith's
Htrs. James Fitzgearld and . W m. Thctnas,
and containing about :
about 125 acres of which an cleared and nn'
dor frowi tfnltrrailiifi. tieinc the very bestqual
itv of Linicstoue land and in fine nder.
There is n eood RANK HA UN, . IiUELI NO
HUl'SE and p:her 01:1 builrings on the prcm
ises well waltered and (ue woodland well
timhered. - i . . j
For further information persons can eail
upon Thomas Metoy nnw living on the prern-
ises or address tlie uudersigued at Doyle's ingeniously braided lightly and firmly togU
Mills Juniata County, Pa. : er, edge to edge, making the ioiigliet, u.ost
WILLIAM OKESON flexible elastic and durable Sprinp; eTer used.
Aug. 2-St. ; They seldom bend or break, iike the Single
' " i Springs, and consequently preserve the. r per-
PubliC School ExamtnatiOTlfl. : feet and beautiful shape raor.; than twice as
' : long as any Single Spring Skirt that Ever hiw
Public" efanrirfitions of teachers for the va- or Can be made,
rious districts in Juniata Count', will be The wonderftl ffeiibility and gTeat cox
hcld as follows : " f-irt r'n'S ple?ttre to any Lady wearing tb
At the School llnu, in the borough ef Pat' . Duplex Eliif-tir S!;irt will be experienced par
terson. September 1, ticularly in all crowded Assemblies, Operas.
At the School House,' in the borough of Per- Carriage!. Railroad Cars, Church Pews, Arm
rysville. Sept. 2. Chairs, for Promenade and Hum Dress, as
Af Lick School House, for Lack dirtric't, the Skirt enn be folded when in tne to occupy
Sept 0. a small place as easily and conveniently as a
A't TTCulMip'ch's Mills, for Ttwcarora iTis-: Silk or Muslin Dres
trict, Sept. 7. t A Lady baring Enjoyed the Tlcasure, Com-
Ai Iohntown, for R?ale distr:ct. Sept. 9. ; fort and Great Convenience of wearing the
At M-.-xieo. for Vaiker district. S?pt. 1 1. ' Duplex Elliptic Steel Spring Skirt for a single
At Thompsontown, for Delaware district, day will never afterwards willingly dispenss
Sept. 11. wrih their us. For Children, Misses antt
Af M'Alistersville, for Fiiatfe dlbtrietSen- Young Ladies they are sfiperior to all others,
tcmnerlft. ' i TUB HOOP are covered with 2 ply double
At Richfield. fr Monroe district. Sept. 15, twisted thread uud will wear twice as lor.g as
At Knouae s School House, for Susqnehan. fbe Single yarn covering which is used on all
na dis'rict, Sept. lu. . . . y. Sicie Steel noop skins. The three bottom
At Ihoras Cox for Greenwood district, rounds nn every Skirt are also Double Steel.
Sep.t. IS., . . land twice or double covered to prevent the
At Locust Grcve, for Milford district, Sep- j covcrin g from wearing off the rods when dmg
tembcr 2J. . j ging down stairs, stone steps, ic. &c. which
At Mifflin, for Fermanagh district, Sept; 25. thev arc constantly subject to when in use.
At " for Mifflin boroL'gh, Sept. 26. . - , - , , . , ,
. .,- AH are made of tbe new and elegant Cord-
. Tho esaminationswin fiegm at 9 o'clock ed Tapes, and arc the best qualitv in eerv
precisely It is hopea ibat nppiiciints will be ' part, giving the wejrer the most graceful and
present at the time ot opening. No one will b perfect share possible, and are unquestiona
admitted inta the class more than ha.'f an hour My the lighest. most desirable, comfortable
after 9 o'clock ; this will be rigidly adhered ! and eccnomical Skirt ever made.
Each applicant is re'querted to come pro-
vided with pen, ink and at least three sheets
V. -tificate averaging more than 3 . will
be crat ted. unless at the urgent rr,nZt f
i the board nf directors ; nor a certificate in
which all tbe essential branches are not rep
Directors will please attend to bavins tbe
house opened by S o'clock A. M. .-Jeff'.et 0r
mis may put me to grew lnconv-n-chce
II. B. ZIVlMEltMAN,
County Supt, Juniata county. Ps.
rerryaville Aug. 8, 'tio-4t. :..
ESPFCTFrLLY crffefs U services to the
IX public of Juniata count v. tTinv .
general satisfaction, jle can at all times be'kT
ootasultcd at his residence in .MlBB?oWn, Pa.
Aug. lu, jcrutf.
' Proposals. ''
t Kurus-VLS will he received, by t a Pchoftt
wnruoi i'eiawr townsbip. nitfil .s.T-;
URDAl. SEPTEMBER 2, 1805. at 'i o'clock,
School House. Plan of stntinn- n,l Hi,
. . i..r iuc aeating ot tuo lnompsontown
the same as the Gocdville School House of
Delaware township; '
By order of the Board,
AMOS GRATBILL, Trcs.
JOSEPIT KOBTZ, SiCt'y.
Aug. Id. 1806.
Young Kcrt Arouse.
A voun? lady of cierhi&en years of ae
rV riili s fraiul m.irdl At,avnA,A
opes a correspondence with some' voune man
with a view to mutual improvement.
5cTms Orrre, Sender c , la.
TUST opened in the New Ptore Room under
l the (Mil Fellbrfs Hall, ih Thompsontowo,
Juniata eeiinty Pa., a well selected and ele
gant -assoriuiAM ti Dry GuuJs, consisting ia
parj.f;2 V.V-- -
' L'diel', Dlress" tiooili.
Such as Delaines, CLailien, Lusters, Alpaccas.
M wool Delaines, Sbeperd Plaid Lawns, and
a full assoriment.of Ladiea White and Fancy
Goods, and a large assortment of Staple
DRY .'GOODtf, :i.v;.!Jv'.
ConataBtlyav Jau4 aad for sale ebear for
CASH, by . . ,
, i; :' R. IT.- 'WRTOHT.
A1b. GENTLEMAN'S CLOTHING EMPO
RIUM' iH'ftlit rm btiiWinc. An dceant
! assortment" of ready made Clcthinr for
Ua and Bora, eonii-ting in part of Fan?y
Frock Coats, Dres Coats, Pants. "Vests tiraw
ers, Collars, Undershirts, llandkereliiefs.
Oat &. Caps, Boots fc Shoes,
And everytliifig"urisual!7 founl in a ferst class
, iue n.'gu .".rj p.oauc.
8!ld at sma11 Profits- Cash.
Call and eiam.ne my s.cck and w.
for yourself, as 1 am always ready to wait on.
1 n sm-n, j j- - .
'('man Ca :K Hot nnrt llnfh'nrf Ftnnnriiim
Aug. 16, 105.
R. n. WRIGHT.
WK. HOOP MiUTS. GiS.
I "OWN MAKE OF HOOF isKIRra.
arJ enttrn express! to meet the wants of
r!BllT clAS, TBAi '
i - .mhri- ' .nmnt. .i.oTtment nt
... - ,. . s,v Sii n.l
. Lrnp,lf for Ladles' Misses' and Children, and
, pa Mivttirir tnii.I1 mhni 9iAnc in naint nf
I Synmeiry Finish arc durability ; being
I made of the finest tempered r.neiHh btevl
j Ppritigs with Linetr finished CoTering, and
having all tbe metalie fastenings immovably
' i secured, bv improved machirfrr. Ther re-
,ain 'heir SJhnpe and Elacticity to the lasr,
amj a,e tfAKKASiitD to rive KNT1ES SATIS-
I FA' THlN.
A ten. constantly in receipt cf fv.Il lines of
Eastern Made !-MltTS, at verv low
-J. SrilRT.S Made tn Order. .Altered
and Repaired. WHOLESALE ml RETAIL,
at MANiFACToiir anJ Sales IUo.v,
No. 023 ARCH Street, above Gth.;
Terms Casb, Osa Pities Oxli !
Aug. io, ';'.
The Great -invertion of tlia Are ia
J. AV FRADLEVS New Patent Dl'PLEX
ELLIPilC (or double) SPRING SKIRT.
THI.-5 INVENTION ionMsts of Derm (or
' two) KLLiHXie Pt'Rr Kit?t!;p Stpel Sprimis.
of the InTenti'm. and SOLE MANC-
fS?' , -
rtili SALE in all fast-class Stores in tLia.
TPPDJ 4 V if - f 1 I -1 1 . am
-V' "" ,nrounont lhe United Statos and
1 ' ,,!lMn " '. Mexico, fcoutU
! Americi, and the West Indies..
' &-lxJt'i"K ra thi Di plzx Elli?tic (oa
l0-''-) Spriji" SaiEi.
ValtiAble Real Estate!
THE UNDERSIGNED OF F&KS fOITSALE
nt publie oillury. on th premises in Mil
ford towobhip, Juniata county. Pa , thrae
miles from MitUintown on . the ruad leading to
Johnstown on ' ' '
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13. '65,
foiiowwo real estate pbopirtt, to wit:
A tract of land situated as above stated
and adjoining lands of Moses Kelly, William
Stereti, John P- Kelly and others and esn
And 112 perches, about 175 or which are
' cleared and under good cultivation, being
rood limetitoue laud, aud the balance being
The improvemi-nts consist of a TWO STO-
P.Y STONE DWELLING HOW,Bank Earn,
Corn Crib, and other outbuildings.- Also a
tcnaut House. There is a good spring of wa
ter near the House, and alsa' ronning water
on the farm. The tract is one of the best and
most pleasantly located farms ia the county.
Anv n'6n desiring to view the above
property can ca'l on Mr. Joseph Funk, robid-
incr ori fh i.renus.
' SALE to commence at 1 o'clock, P.M. ef
aM rhy when atteudauca wiil be jivea aa -J
terms made kajrn tv
Ag-ist ?, '?-'.