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VSf 'tYencA iu the New Pfortf Room unjor
Jtiniafftemuify,' pa., a well 'selected and cle
gafct Trcrtmut ofl)r Goods, consisting in
,irt of ; ;' , '. , '.,"7: .;
.-.!.. i.: M'?'; lreS8 . ;0I1, '
Fncft."t3 Delaines, Cliallies, tasters, Alpaccax,
utU'VMulJJritunc.i. Sbepcrd rif't Iwm. -tJ
' a T?S-assort thcnt ef Indies' White and Fancy
t o.s, ud a large assortment of S:aj le
; DRY, GOODS,' !
'Constantly on band and for sale chesp fur
. CASH, by -:
, .1 ;. : .. . . r- , R. H. WRIGHT.
Also, GENTLEMAN'S CLOTHINO EMPO
RIUM ' in the same building. An elegant
' assortment of ' redy mada -Clothing for
Men and Bora, consisting in part of Fancy
frock Coats, Dress Coats, Pants. Vents Draw
rs. Collars, Undershirts,. llandker chiefs.
Hal & Caps, Boots & Shoes
And everything unsually found in a first class
tientleman's Furnishing Store. ' . . I
Fancy Goods f all kiuds. Ladu-s' Gnii
ra and ttalmoml Fine Shooo, for - Misses sjid
. c hildren, Carpets and Oil Cloth, Ac, Also,
a good stock, of , . . .:
Ilirdware and Cutlery, Drugs. Oils, Paiuts,
and all such articles as arc usually found in a
eoumry store. "" i
The highest prices paid fnr country produce
'Goods sold at small profits, for Caib. i
Call and examine my stock and scei
xoryourseu, as I am always reauy co wau. on
customers, just above the Square at Wright's
Cheap Cash Store and Clvthiug Emporium,
Aug. 1(5, 1860. R. H. WRIGHT.
HOOP SlilKTS ti'iS. '
'OWN MAKE" OF 110' il SKIRTS, i
are gotten up expressly to meet the wnnfs of j
riBsT CLASS TBADC" j
.' 'I'bey embrace a complete assortment of j
all the xkw and hisibablk S'yles. .Sizes and I
Lcnjrtb, lor Ladies' Misses' and Children, and L
arc superior to all others M.WK i point of j
i-'ymmctry. Finish fid dmability : being
inailc of "the fincvl u uipered Eujrlisb ft eel I
J-priiiKS with Linen tinislied Covering and !
having al! the niftalic fastenings immovably
eecurcd. by improved inatliiuery. They '-'
lain their baie and Elacticity to the last,
and arc wariunti:i to givo k.miuk sahs-
Also, couslantly m receipt ut lu:i liuc ot
pood Eastern Made SKIRTS, at very low BS9rlment at suc!i pricrs that he ri;.no be
Prices. SKIRTS Made to Order. Altered unti,.rstild br any in tho country. Special at
nl Repaired. WHOLESALE ami RETAIL, !,cn(iuu paid topijrchasing goodsiu thocilyper
111 uut,' .i.r mnii,
la. AJIC1I Street, above Oth.
. rilll.ADKL. Ill A.
r, Tl I'MS C.sn, Oxe Pbice Osiy '..
Aug. 1'i, '00. :
. .: WASHINGTON HOUSE.
e .78!) Chfslnut Street abor 711i, IhiW:lphi.i
f PHIS old and popular Ho
JL the immediate centre of
? of busiuess, nnd-to
persuu visiting the City on matters of trade or
picasuie, it is oue of Jbe most desirable Ho-
..!.- in 1 l, 1 In .1 nlnl,! A. ft 1.1 Artnt'OlllllIlt f ft o!T
. be Rail. Road Depots. u easily accessible
by c'Ky cars from all parts of the ( lty. ltsi'
roonis are itirv aud sTacimts. ana pie l.aruvr
will be unexccptiiouublc
Tb Manaffer assures the
: in every respect. '
i public that no effort
t to make the wash-
ill be nar-J on ms lart to
1NGT(N IIuCSE, in all respects, pl aaut
!1 respects, pl aau
ests, and he will bi
r.nd asre"b!c to his guests, and he will be
p!tasd to see Uis old friends and former pat
,1-ons of (lie "States Cuiou,"' Philadelphia, aju
to welcome many ucw ones. Air. L II. eg
Uy. the former office tkrk at ibe Slates Union,
uU b glad to his old friends at the
WASHINGTON" HOUSE. .
NEW SK1KT FOR. li0-5--G.
The Great Invention of the Age in
J. 'C. BRADLEY'S w. Jtnnt KLTLEX
iliai.nTUi (.r WuUc) fjFKl.Va SKIUT.
JJMS.INVr.VTION consists of Duri.KX (or
Mwo) Elliptic l'tsE Krnstn Stfel Sraitias,
ingeniously braided tightly and firmly togcth
r, odge to edgq, making the toughest, n.ost.
flexible elastic and durable Spring ever used.
They seldom bend or break, like the Single
."Vriugs, anil cmiseriueimy preserve ine:r per-
pnues. an i emiseoneiitiv iireserve inc:r per-
Pet and beautiful shape more than tirfee as
lwn? as anv Sincle Spriiii Skirl that Ever has !
or Cnu be made.'"' i
Tim 'wonderful flexibility and great com- I
fort ' and pliasnre to any Lady wearing the !
Ifnplex Elliptic Skirt will be experienced par-!
tieiilarly in all crowded Assemblies, Operas,
I. Ul riJUVH, uiiiuau viiioi
Church Pews. Arm
Chairs, for Promenade and House Dress, as
ibe Skirt can be folded when in use to occupy
'a small place as easily aud conveniently as a
Silk or Muslin Iies- ' "
.' : A Lady having Enjoyed the Tleasnre, Cora-f-irt
and Great Convenience of wearing the
Iuplex Elliptic Steel Spring Skirt for a single
day W'U ujvct afierwards willingly dispense
with their use. For Children, Misses and
Voawfl iiadits-thcywre snperisrt all oifcos.
TH E It OOFS are" covered with 2 ply 'double
twisted thread and will Wear twice as long, as
the Single yarn covering which is used on all
Siugle Steel Hoop Skirts. The three bottom
rounds on every Skirt are also Doable Steel,
and twice or double covered to prevent the
covering from wearing off the rods when drag
ging down stairs, stone steps, &c, &c. which
ibey are constantly subject to when in use.
ir ; m ade of the new and elegant Cor
Tu' es, and arc the best quality in every
pert, giving the wearer the most graceful and
" erfect stiape possible, and are unquestiona
bly the lighest, most desirable, comfortable
aud economical Skirt ever made.
EST$' BRADLEY & CARY, PROPRIE
TORS of the Invention, and SOLE MANU
FACTURERS, J7 CHAMBERS, and 7'J k 81
RE ADE STREETS, New-York.
FOR S ALE in nil first-class Stores in this
iv, an throughout the United States and
uad, . t,' Havana de . Cuba, ; Mexico, South
uicrica, and the West Indies.
!UT,l1iBJ! lllFLEX ElUTTIO (OB
iule) SrBt.Mi Skibt.
THE NERVOUS DEBILITATE AND
great sufferer haying been restored to health
in a fewdays, alter many years of misery, is
, willing to assist his suffering fellow-creatures
by sending ffreel, on the receipt of a postpaid
addresed envelope, a copy of the formula of
eurremploycd. ' Direct to -- '
JOHN M. DAGN'AI.T.,
lUz V". l'..;i Oftice. BrooUKa. N. V.
Mtfflinlown , Chair Jlapufactory !
C CHARLES W. WE1TZEL would inform the
J citizens of Juniata County, that he Con
tinues the Caatr Manufactory! the well known
old stand in .Water, street, wtrere-tM it at all
times prepared to reeve orders for T'!udsor
Chairs of every description, including Settees,
Large Rocking Chaira, dewing Rocking Chairs,
Childress' Chairs, Counting House Stool?, Cain
Seat Chainr, 'Bar Room ArwCha'n-s.and every
thing pertaining to his business, all of which
he is prepared to sell cheaper (Uaa ever. He
is now prepared lo wholesale work at city pri
ces. Prompt attention will be given to .Repa
iring All work done cheap and expeditiously..
Kawed Poplar Plank and Scantling taken in
STtrniture Room on Main street; oppo-
site the Tost Office. ' '-
,-: . 7 l CHARES 1YKIT2EL.
Si ptembcr 3, Ulfi'.'-tf.
"E-TT '' " I I I
J I I I
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Jr T "5i H I I
L 1 " " VI y
' ' -
AT THE STORE OF
JQSa iVI BELFOfiD"
p Tnc timlcrsisncd would respectfully invite
' T I, A mi r. ffiu nnn PTiininfini9 iimv niiwA
mir,illlsini? elsewhere. He has bouirht hi
...v w - - ..... - 1 -
order at the shortest notice.
, ! Every etfori will bem.ide by liimfo ritc sat
isfaction to those who may favor hiia with a call.
I..4I1XS' UKESS GOODS !
j Black And Faney Silks;
; Moric Anti'iuP;
i Pure Cbilii, Lrilliautes,
. ('ashmerrs, Peplins,
All wool d'Laiues,
A full ssjjrtment of n bite Dress Uoorts, Mua
Jius, Urncha and other Shawls, BonnetsvBon-
aetaiuis, liiliii'iiis. r lowers, ,xc. Also, Col-
Uuderalcevcs, Uandkerohicfs in great va-
l;rgC OtiailtitV of DrilgS, also
i ' t.., . i jtiii
iiinul. iTcscriptions lillcd.
He has also lau in a large stock of Wool,
Cotton and Rag Carpets, Oil Cloths, Mattiugs,
sc., at the lowest prices.
Country Vrolucc takcu in exchange for
goods, fur which the highest markat prices
will be paid by
J. M. BELFORD.
Pliiladeli'.hia J:iirnilurc Wareroom.
42 J k 413, Nortli 'Ini Street.
J.STAlU.lhHED EIGHTEEN YEARS
J IiHvinp a very large Stock of the beet
' made Fnrture on hand, such as Sofas, Spring
, Seat Chairs. Rockinj Chairs, and Parlor Fur
niture generally. Also, Bed Room Sets Com-
plete, wtth Bureaus, Tables, Chairs, Looking
(lasses. Reus, .Matresscs, &c. and a lull va
riety of ll kinds of Fsriritnre generally.
I warraift all articles sold-' and will sel
CHEAP for Cash,
Alari'.t.nin, i ' J. L." SCHKEBLY
rcrrysvillc Marble Works,
c ! rIM!E undersigned desires to inform the citi-
zens of Juniata County that he has taken
charge of the works lately owned by Henry
Willi in Perrysville, where he may be found
ready to execute jobs in his line of business
puch as Tomb Stones. Monuments, Marble
Slabs, Table Tops, ic. &c. He believes that
a loiig experience and practical lktiotrledpe
will enaoic Min to give entire satislactiou to
all who may patronize him. Give him a call
as he fells coufident thai for ncaUiess cheap
ness aftd despatch he cannot be excelled.
' ' ;. '.' .JC1US. EMfUlSOX.'.
Apr. Mill' '' - " ! - ' '
HOW TO SAVE MONEY BUT FROM
JAMES n. SIMONd, who has now on
hand the largest stock of ready made
ygDDLES and HARNESS in thefggA
county, which he is Belling at greatly r
reduced prices. He is now manufacturing his
gaddles and Harness with such perfect system
that he is enabled to sell a superior article of
everything in his line, CHEAAElt than any
other establishment in the ooonty. He invites
purchasers to call and examine bis stock be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
James li. Simons, Saddles and Harness are
acknowledged to surpass in point of lightness
elegance and comfort, a well asT'eal value and
durability, all others manufactured in tho
county. Remember his rS is ou Bridge
street, in the rooms formerihoccupied by D
W. A. Belford, as a Tailo nop.
ttkm AU kiuds of rcpai gneatly ex ecut
ed aud all work warrentek.
ptlTY HOTEL, Corner of Market and Rai i
road Streets, opposite the Railroad Depot
llAniStSU atirA. '
Bf-Terms as moderate ntose of any H
tel in the City. . - . W'.L G THOMPSON- .
S. O. K.fiMPFER, ' (late army sur
geon ) having located in MifUinlown, tend
ers his professional services tothe citizens of
this place and surrounding country.
Dr. K. having had e1j;ht years experience
in hospital, general, and army practiee, feels
prepared to request a trial from , those who
may be so unfortunate a to need medical at
tendance.' " ' " . . " ' ' '
He will, be found, at WilTs H.itel nt all
hours, except when prnl'rssinnnl end.
.Inly I ft;-"..
Fists htcnt Mctaiic Burial fi
FOR ordinary Interments', depositing in
Vaults and transportation they hare no rival.
' They are made of the roost imnerishiihlit w.,.
i terials, and are enameled inside and out to
preteht rust ami the exterior has a - FINE
ROSEWOOD FINISH. When properly cement
ed, the remains of the deceased, are free from
irruption of water, or depredations of vermin.
They May without offensive odor bb kept as
long as desired thus obviating the necessity
tf hasty burials. Their long and successful
use and the approbation given them renders
unnecessry any extended notice of their valu
able advantages. 1 . . ;i , n.
SANDOE AND MARTIN,'
t'nderlakel s andTablnet Ware
. itlaiiulaclurors, -
Keep constantly on hand an assortment o
the above cases. '
Mifflintown Pa. Jan. 4th 1805.-1 : '-' '
j TAKE CAKE OFYOOft TEETH.
WHETHERTHE UNION ISPRSERV-
, ED OR NOT PEOPLE MUST EATi
TEETH inserted upon an entirely new style
of base, which is a combination of Gold
and Vulcanite, also Vulcanite, which for
i Heauty, Durability, Cleanliess and the res
I toration of the natural contour f the face,
' cannot be surpassed. Either of (he above
liases I warraut for ten years. ' Teeth also
, Gold, Platlna and Silver,
Coralite and Amber, with or without artificial
ruins. Special attention will be paid to di-
easd gums and a cure warranted or no charge
I mate. feetn wied tor lite.
The extraction of teeth npon the latest im
proved principles, causing the left3t possible
ta. Having located permanently in Mifllin
towu and being in possession of all the latest
improve"! ntrument and machinery. I war
rant entire satisfaction in all cases or the
fftjrWill visit McAlisterville the last week
of October, January and My the balance ef
my time I can be found at my oftice on l!ridre
street three doors east of SnvJer'a Hmol
: Titm.ninwn I .....mu..,i.
i .iiiuiui'.vnii iimuiiavuui j, i .1,
U. L. PKRR,
jan2y resident Venlist.
A FRESH ABHJVAL OF
NET. G OODS,
AT TODD'S STORE, IN PATTERSON. "
Just Rtcen-el and for Snle at low I'rieet
Fancy Trims, from 20, 2', SO, to S3 certs;
Fancy DeLains front Si S, to 38 cents.
Fancy Dress Goods from 65, o, to Of) cents.
Best yard wide Brown Muslins, 35 to 40 cts.
" " " Blcacheil ' 30, 37. 45 cts.
Balmoral skirts from $2.75 to $0.05.
' Buggs "front 75 cents to $1
Spool Cotton, 8 Cetlfs. ' '
Skirt Brade 12 cents.
Syrup Molasses 80 cent s per gallon.
, Extra Syrup from Si to $1.25 per Gallon.
Gornl Brown Sugars from 13, 14, 16, to 18c
White Sugar at 23 cents.
Also, a large assortment of- Qncensware,
from 5a-W to .50 per set of 46 pieces.
Boots from $4 0') tO $7.00.
Grained Kip Cavelry Boots, 28 inches in
legs, at 7.00.
Also, a fnll assortment of Ladies' Gaiters.
All of which I will exchange for Butter at
'J- cents per pound, or eggs at 20 cts per dox.
or for CASH.
Aug. li, 13G.V J. B. M. TODD.
U OT ICE!
Ladies wishing to be supplied with neat
and good shoes will find it to their advantage
to call on II. D. WELLER, at his shop on
Main Street above Cherry, where they can
be supplied with almost every Siylcat moder
ate prices. Gentlemen having repairing they
wish durably aud neatly executed will be
promptly attended to by giving him a call.
TVrwu . CASH. II. D. WELLER.
Mifflintown, July 2G(h 'Si. , ....
LEVI nRCHT , SAHl'KE STEATBE
New Firm in Patterson.
Gentlemen's Furnishing - Emporium ! !
' Josl opeped in the new Brick Building, Main
Street, Patterson by Levi Hecht, and Samuel
Stravcr, a large and elegant assortment of
Ready-Made Clothing, consisting in part of
OeercotiU, Froih Coats,
I)rr.u Coats, "Pant'iloonn,
Vests, Drmccrs, Collars, .:.-'.
Hats and Cops, Boots & Shoes,
And everything usually found in a first class
Gentlemen's Furnishing gtors.
. Also a large and carefully selected assort
ment of Fancy Goods, of all classes, kitf's and
qualities, all of which will be sold at the low
est possible living prices.
Lactitf Gaitort aud Shoes. .
They also invites the attention of the Indies
to his fine stock of GAITORS AND SHOES,
which he will sell at prices defying competi
tion. CAR PL TS, OIL CL O TIIS.
They have on hand a beaut iful assortment of
Carpets, Oil Cloths, &e , which are of. a good
quality, and well worth the inspection of the
buyer.' . . , . , . . . '
WATCBi:S AD JEWELRY
Gold find &!r?r Wntehrs,
Clock: EatTtttyt, ! ' ':
J'lain and Fancy ritf&s.
Watch Keys, Ladies' and ; Gems' Breast Pins,
old P,,cn?and J- Wt this time
form the largest and best assortment, iu the
S,A11 the above goods will be sold cheap
er than any other store in the United States.
If you don't believe it, just give us a call
and bo convinced of the rmtii ef the assertion.
' HECHT & SX RAVER.
' Patterson," pi-il 1'2, 186-tf..
Deafness, Ulrndness) and Catarrh,
nEEATED wiUithc utuiot success, by Dr.
JL. J. ISAACS, Oculist aud Aurtist, (foraer-r
ly of Leydeu, HolLuid,) Xo,.51t PINE Street
Philadelphia.: Testimonial front the moit
reliable sources in the City Bad Country can
be sern nt his Oftice. Tire medical faculty are
invited to accompany their pKtierrts. as he
has no secrets-in his practice. - ARTIFICIAL
J Ei ES, inserted without pain. No cliar-e
made lor examination. Feb; 15. ""jo.-Jr.
NEW GOODS! .
CALL aud see. tne New StocK of 5f ring
and Summer Goods at
" 2LICKE? & tESSEIL'3, '
V tN PATTERSON l
r- i " .: . : ...... !,:-.-
Josl receive! a new and compete assortment
of ' ' '; " ""' '
Xadies Latest Stjle Dress Goods,
l'lairi aud Fatlcy Fretiiih Merino,
Paid and Faney Trench Rej.s,
Black and Colored A la f ana,
..'.' ' . Black and Fauty Uoshtliers.
A large assortinch.t of ,
JloUruing Goods, ,
5rooch Square and Long Shafils,
Striped aud Barred Woolen Shawls
Our stock of Domestic Goods has been largely
increased by the purchase of a oomplete lot of
Uliwcc 1 rtnta.
Bleached and Un-Bleachcd Muslins,
' Twkings, Denims, Wool Shirting,
v i Kentucky Jeans,
i 1 ' Twillod and Plain Ffanoels,
Also a larre assortment of Cassimera and
Cassinetts, all of, which we offer to Purchas
ers at town prices for Cash or Country pro
. MICKEY & PEN5ELL. .
,, , i - I'attcison, Ta.
' P. S. Also, you win find a largo stock of
urocencs, ..'",' ' ,.
Hardware, . . '. -
Bootx and Shoes,
Will aud Vindow Paper
Janl-tf , ' .MICKEY & PENNELL.
BITTER WINE OF IRON, '
BITTER WINE OF IRON,
: BITTER WINE OF IRON,
BITTER WINK OF lltU.1,
i THE GREAT TONIC
THE GREAT TONIC j
THE GREAT TONIC
THE GREAT TONIC
For Dyspepsia and Indigestion, i
For Dyspepsia and Indigestion, '
For Dyspepsia and Indigestion, I
For Dyspepsia and Indication, ' j
For ncak Stomachs aud Oeneral Debility.
For Weak Stomachs and General Debility.
For Weak Stomachs and (Mineral Debility.
For Weak Stomachs and General Debility.
Reliable and Sure to do Good,
Ilcliablc and Sure to do Good,
Reliable and Sure to do Good,
Hi-liable aud Sure to do Good, .
And Cancot do Harm, j
; Aud Cannot do Harm.
And Cannot do Harm. I
' And Cannot do Harm, j
It costs but Littlo and Purifies the ISlnud.
It costs tut Little and Purifies the Blood.
It costs but Idttle and Purifies the Blood. '
It costs but Little and Purifies the Blood.
"I Now'Ouly Ask a Trial
I Now Only Ask a Trial
I Now Only Ask a Trial !
I Now Only Ask a Trial '
Of this valuable Mcaieine.
Of Ibis Valuable Medi&ine.
Of this Valuable Medicine.
Of this Valuable Medicine.
Only Seventy-five & One Dollar'per Bottle.
Only Seventy-five & One Dollar per Bottle.
Only Seventy-five 4 One Dollar per Bottle.
Only Seventy-five &ne.DoUarrer Bottle.
Manufactured solely by
S. A. KUXKLEA BRO.
General Depot 118 Market st., HarrisburgTa.
For sale by B. F. Kepucr, Miffiintown, aud
respectable de.ikia everywhere.
juljl3 64 -Gra
At Railroad Depot, Patterson, Pa
S. R. NOSTINE, PROPRIETOR.
THE above named having taken charge of
this larce and convenient hotel where he
is prepared to entertain travelers, sojourners
or regular boarders. Persons wishing lo take
the trains east or west will linl this the most
convenient stopping place as they will be
waked up at any hour desired- The location
is most favorable and the accommodationsTire
of the best kind. The stabling is excellent
and hostlers attentive. The Tabic and Bar
will elsobe well provided.
C2r He ha3, In connection with the Hotel.
a goodLIVEEV STABLE. Hot se, Carriages,
Buggies, fie., always to be had. Persons I
conveyed to any part of the country.
fta By strict attention to busiuess and a
desire "to please, he hopes to merit public cat-
ronage, and render the sojourn of his guests
botn comiortaate ana p feasant.
ratterson June e, tr
WM. WISE, Merchant Tailor, fcegs leave
to inform his friends and the public generally
that he has just opened eut a large and fashion
able assortment of
FALL AUD WINTER GOODS,
which he is ready to make to order promptly
and on the most reasonable terms. The
public generally will find it to their interest to
call at his room above
FASICK'8 TIN SHOP,
on Bridge street, Mifflintown, Pa., and inspect
my Goods and workmanship before purchas
ing elsewhere. .'. I warrant all c'Jothns to fit or
SIU9ERS SEWING MACHINE.
B?.AU perspirs desirous of purchasing any
of Singer's Skwiso Machines will obtain all
necessary informa'ba en the Subiect and see
them in operation ut my establishment. If
favored with their orders I will fit them un a
better machine thirty per cent, cheaper ihxlt ever
hitherto done in this cOhuty. I!6 family should
be without a machine. : - tan 1. 64-tf
MIFFLINTOWN TIN SHOP.
HAVING purchased the Tin and Sheet Iron
Store, located on Bridge Stieet, Mifflin
town, I would respectfully inform the public
that I intend to keep constantly on hand a
general assortment of
0CK & PAHLOrt STOVES,
Tin and Japan ware, the largest and best in
the county, and as to quality and workman
ship cannot he' Sitrptrssect. , ",
: SrU UTIJSG. 1WOFIJVG, ,
Job and Sheeting work, will be promptly at
tended to either in town or country. P?a?s
Cepperand Enamoled French Preserving' Ket
tles, Dippers, brass, copper, rrencn linneo.
Enamelled IIollow Ware, Waffle Irons Coal
Shovels, Fruit Cans, both common and Patent,
and of various measures, always on hand and
for sale-., .....
r ericas in want of anything in the' above
line are requested to give him a call before
purchasing elsewhere, as he feels confident
that he can suit (hem either as regards the
article or.tue price.
TT u.a copper, oras ana rewicr oouns ;
and the highest price pa:d in cash cr gooit. j
IAC0B G. WU.EY 1
. f . n , . , I
MLSiOiic :tOCGii: syrup,
''For CohjAs,' Colts, iprovp, ' WTtdopmy
Cough, Asthma, Lronchitis, , Spitti'nj
)SlooJt Pain ami Weakness of tho Breast,
Difficulty of Breathing, tf-c.
This syrup is a purely Vegetable Compound
It is pleasant to tare, and never does injury;
but owing to itstqurifyinfT qualities, must do
good under any circumstances. It effect' is
truly wonderfnl--toothing, calming acd allay
ing the most violent Coughs-: Purifying,
Slrengtnening and Invigorating the whole sys
tem';' calming and soothing the nerves; aiding
and facilitating Expecoration, and healing the
DISEASED LUNGS, thus striking at the root
of DISKAll), and driving it from the system.
No child need die of Croup, if this Syrnp is
properly used and used in time. Mothers hav
ing eroupy children should watch the first
Show of the Disease, and always keep this
Remedy at hand. ;:: 1 i.''
For Coughs after Measles, this Syrup is
most excellent. Experience has proven that '
it is equalled by n4 other preparation. . j
Trice 50 cents per. B'dtjle,, - f
Prepared by S. A. FOUTZ'S & BF.O.. At'
their Wholesale Drug and Medicine Bvp .o. ,
116, Franklin St.. Baltimore, Md. Soi l by all
Druggists and Store-keepers throughout the (
United States: j
Mf ,7 m a.
2X&t$t HttU (Limit vStiYL'tltts
en the o tomocn
bring them to
Their ara a
tire preventive of Lung Fever, and a certain
remedy for all Diseases incident to the Uuree,
sucn as man
H e are a,
vers, Loss of
In poor. low-spirittd aniualf, it has the
most beneficial effect.
The use of them improves the wind, strength
ens the Appetite, and gives to the Horse
line, smooth and glossy skin thus improv
ing the appearance, vigor and spirit of this
FOB MILCH COWS.
Tne property this Towder possesses in in
creasing the quantity of Milk in Cows, give
it an importance and value which should
piece it in the hands of every person keeping'
a Cow. By actual experiment it has proven
that it will increase the quantity of Milk and
Cream twenty per cent., and make the EmUt
firm and sweet. In fattening Cattle, it gives
them ad appetite, loosen their hide end
makes then thrive much taster.
In all Diseases ef
the Swine, such as
Coughs, Ulcers in
the Langs, Liver,
sc. By patting
front half a paper
to a paper of these ,
Powders in a bar-
above Diseases can be cured or entirrly pre
vented. By using these Powders the Hog
Cholera can be prevented. j
Prioe 25 eta. per Paper, or 5 Papers for $1.
S. A. POUTZ & BRO.,
WHOLESALE DRUG AND MEDICINE DEPOT,
Ho. 113 Franklin St., Baltimore. Md.
For Sale br Druggists and Storekeeper!
througbent the United States. j
FOUIZ'S MIXTURE. '
77te lest Liniment for Jinn u..J Bcnst
f)n iu Hse. k
Is a safe and rcfiable ftcnie-ty for th enre
of Rheumatism, Painfnl Nervous affections,
Sprains, Burns, Swellings, and all Diseases
requiring an external application on Man
On Horses it will never fail to cure Poll
Evil, Fistula, Old Running Sores, or Pweeney
if properly applied. For Sprains, Cruises
Scratches, Crooked IToofs, Chafes Saddle o
Colar Gall, Cn.'s or Wounds, it U an Infallible
Remedy. Try it, ana be convinced of its ef-
Ublltl . i .
Persons afflicted with this ZTiseasc, no
f er of how long standing, can he promptly and
t-iii.-c.iivjij cuivu uy ine use oi mis .uixiure
There s nothing in the world so sure atfd il !
gocd to take away bad CORNS and cure Pros I
(T 1 II J , - . 1
Bites, as this prcfTtration,
Try it and satisfy yourselves. Price 35 and
fj tcuia ii jjuiue i re-nreu ov
S. A. FOUTZ'S & BRO.,
At neir YYaoIesale Drug and Medicine De
pot, So. 11(5, Franklin St. Baltimore Md.
Sold by B. F. Kepner, Mifflintown Pa., and al
sore-keepers throughout the United States. .
, The above M edieine can be had at manit
ctor's Prices of Johnson Halloway 'A Cow
Ne 23 Xorth 6th St rhflarfelphia.
ALL FEUSOA'S WHO HAVE BEEN D1S
ABLF. DURIXQ THE PRESENT WAR
ARE ENTITLE Tt A PENSION. AH per
sons who intend applying for a Pension must
call on the Examining Surgeon to know Weth
er their Disability is sufficient frf entitle them
to a Pension. All disabled Soldiers will call
on the .undersigned who has been appointed
Pension Examining Surgeon for Juniata and
adjoin ,n Counties.
. ; i; P. C. RUNDIO, M. D..
Dee. 9, 13.-tf.
, Prime Rio Coffee, Prepared Coffee, Pulver
ized Suear. Crushed Sue-ar. N. O. Rnp-ar.
S. H. SiiL'ar. N. O. Mnlnc,r, .! u rr.lm
Lovering Syrup, Chocolate, Mustard, Kice,
S.'arch. Nuiiierr ri r; ii;.
. ' Q ' ' v, .".u.iiLl.l, v.u
Starch, Fish. Salt, Ste.. ic, for salcchcapat!
tbaNcw Siom ia Tatfcrcon '
Jial-tf J M '
Tne peculiar tint oi
cail ScitorrLA- lurks
in the constitutioDs3T
cither pracThces or is
produced by an cn-Ic-hkftl,
of the blond, wherein
that fluid becomes in
crinipctcnt to sustain
the vital forces in their
vignrus action, and
leaves the system t
fall into disorder and
decay. The scrofulous cortamination if va-
fioiiolT caused by mercurial disease, low
iving", disordered liiestiin from unhealthy
food, impure air, filth and filthy habits,
the depressing viccJf and, above all, by
the . vcm-rtal infection. Whatever b ita
tirigin, it is hereditary in the constitution.
i descending "fiora parents to children onto
the third and fourth Feneration j" indeed, it
seems to bo the rod of Him who says, I will
vfc.it the iniquities of the fathers upon their
children." Hie tusoases it originates- tki
various names, acti-'ding to the organs it
attacks-. In the lungs. Scrofula proihicea
tubiTcles, and finally Consumption) in the
gUinl-s Fwviiings which suppurate and be
come ulctjrous i-ores; in the stomach and
bttwels, derangements which produce indi
gextiori, dyipepsia, and liver complaints ; oii
the skin, eruptive and cutaneous atlertions.
TU-si all having the same origin, require the
same rcflituy; viz., purification and invigora
tion of the" blood. Purify the blood, and
tlic.-e rhintfrous distempers leave yon- Willi
i naniffrous tusicnipcrs leave yon. n lire
fble, foul, or corrupted blood, you cannofc
1,"e hlMi" xh ,l,;,t "lifc of ,hc n"h"
bcuUllv V0lt cannot have scrofulous dittut.
,' compounded from the mot effectual anei-
j dote 9 that medical science has discovered for
; this affiicting distemrH-r, itni for the cure of
the disorders it entails. That it is tar supe-
i riur to liny other remedy yet devised, is
known by all wha have given it a trial. That
! it d'K-s coiuliine virtues truly cxtraonlinary
i in their cfTVi t upon this clas of complaints,
1 is imlii-i,Miliy prvvn by tlie great mullilmk:
of pui.MilJ- knowrt ami rvnurkable cures ft
I lias iimuc the folliiwins diseasi'S : Kinfj'a
j Evil; or Glandalar Swellings, Tumors,
I Eruptions, Fimplaa, Blotches and Sores;
j Erysipelas, Rp.se cr St Anthony's Fire;
i Silt Rheum, Scald Head, Coughs from
i tubereulous.rlt'posita iii tho lunes, Whito
Swellintjs, Debilityj Drop?; Nenralgia.
j Dy3pcpsia.or Indigestion, Syphilis and
j SypbJUtid Inifefitions, Mercurial Diseases,
Female WeaknesSSt :k1. indeed, the whnh
t series of L-uiuplainta that aflsb from impurity
j of the I.I(khI. Jlinutc n ports f individual
i cases may l.c found in Ailus Amiiuic-ax
i Almanac, which is fiimi-lied to the drucgisul
, f'ir graliiitiuis distribution, wherein may be
j li-ariwd the directions fur its n-.c, and some
; of tl.e remarkable cures which it has niado
i when all other n-iuedies had !-iih-d to aiford
relief; Tho.-e trts'-s u.-b purpo.-ely taken
fnim all svetions "of the oniitry. in 'order
! tluit every reader may haii artv ti somb
one who can speak to him oi'it? benefits front
! personal experience. Scrofula depresses th
vitul encr!'.-s. nd tli'ts leaves its victims far
'; inorc subject to disease atul its mini results;
; than arc healthy con.-titiitin. Ilenee it
tends to shorten, and Ih-s greatly shorten,
; tins' average duration of human life. Tin
vast importance of these considerations has
led ns to spend years in perfecting a remedy
' which is adequate to its e.ire. This we nnw
ofler lo the put. lie under tlie name of Airs'
) JSiksArAUiLik, eltlitxigh it is i-oiui'oseil of
ingredients, some of hieh e.ve. -itl thi- be-t
; if Sonnparilla in alterative power, lty it
' aid you may protect yourr-elf from the suffer
ing and dantr'-r of t!te-e 'll-nrders. Iwr-rf
! out tltc foul corruptions that rol and fester
in the blood, purge eut the causes of disease;
: and vigorous health will follow. Iy its peeu
, liur vinues this r'-lne'ly stiiuulates, lb- vitsl
functions, and thus expels Ibe distemper
i trliicli Iv.ry -aithin the i-jUm or Lurst out
! on any part of it.
We" know the public have liven dcceiveii
I by many cnnipounl of SarmptirWii. that
preiiiistsl mucli and did nothing; bnt they
i will neither be deceive d nor disappointed in
j this. lis virtues have been proven by abun
I dant trial) and there ffmains no question of
r Its surpassing excellence for the nire of th
tfllietin diseases it is intended to reach.
Although under tin- same name, it is a very
different medicine from any other which has
bceu be-fore the people, and is far more ef
fectual than any other whieh has ever bt
i crjikible to tliem.
ho World's Great Eomedy ft
Coughs; Colds, Incipient Con
sumption, and for the relief
of Consumptive patients
in advanced stages
of tho disease.
This lias been tn Ion;; ascd anil so uni
versally known,- 1fi.it rc need t! no mora
than assure the public that its quality is kept
lip to the bost it ever has been, and that it
may be relied on to do all it has ever ilone.
l'repared by ln. J. C. Aver &. Co.,
Practical and Analytical f'hemitfii
. f-oki by all druggists every where.
We have opened the large Foom just oppos
mat-M90tir Store in Talterson whore we olle
! or aalo at low nrices a penerai tssortment of
' G tfV cj "i aiatt rr cs
)T3.lct!S JLiU 11 II pL VB
t o m ft a?
Stands, Racks. &
Many other articles for house furnishing
HEC1IT & STRAYER
Best White Lead ! BcsTzTneT
PUKE LIBERTY LEAD,
Cnsurpasscd for Whiteness, Fine Glues, dura
bility, Firdncss and Evenness of Surface
PURE LIBERTY LEAD Warranted t
cover more surface for same weight than any
Try it and jon trill have, no other '
PURE LIBERTY ZINC,
Selected ZIITIC ground in refined Linseed
Oil, suerpaled in quality always Ibe same.
PURE LIBERTY ZI.VC,
Warranted to do more and better Work at
. given cost than any ether- -.
f7ce tlie Best!
Manufactured al PENNSYLVANIA TAINT
& COLOR WORKS. Orders execoftdproinrt
! 1? by
i . ZEICLCU fc SIITII,
: Wholesale lhrui. Paint. v Ola's Dnler-
K2aojSe and office. VO. !? Nr.rh '
f'rr-t IHILALELFy HI..