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Tfce Troe Bad or Kepresentatioa.
A union of lakei, and a union of land,
A union no power thau never; ,
A union of heart, and a union of hand,
And the American Lmon forever:
Wednesday Morning, January, 31,
H. II. WILSON, Editor and Publish er
tiaT TUB J CXI A TA SEXTIXEL -a.
has the Larqetl Circulation of an; paper pub
lished in this County. It is therefore the
bnt advertising nuiiw. It is a Paper, truly
loyal, ably conducted, a first class Localisl,
and well worthy ef the patronage of every
loyal cituen in tne tjouuty.
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.-
A PTER tho 1st day of March 1806, the
J JL Smntisel will be discontinued to all
Subscribers residing outside of tlie county,
unless tbe subscrptiou is paid in advance.
UNION COUNTF COMMITTEE.
The member of the Union Coun
ty Committee are requested to meet at
tha Fublic House of It. M. Thompson,
ia tlie borough of.Miffliutown. on '
MOXDAY, FEBRUARY 8th, 1866.
At 1 o'clock P. M. A fui! attendance
is requested as important business may
eoffie before the committee.
.The following persons compose the
Standing County Committee
llifflintown, J. J. Patterson, A. II. Martin,
Fermanagh. Elias Horning, R. C. Gallaher.
Fayette, Michael Hoffman, Capt L. Degen,
Monroe, A. G. Shellenberger, S. Strouser,
8usquebiit.,' Levi Ligbi, Sol. U'pdegrove,
Green iraod, S. Shellenberger, H. II. Minium
Delaware. J. P. Thompson, Elihu Benner,
Walker, J- A. Gallaher. John Motier,
Patterson, Lt. S. H. Brown, Geo. Goshen
Miiford, Col. J. K. Bobiaou. Sol. Kauffnian,
Turbett, Stewart Turbett, Isaac Kauffman,
Perrysville. Lt. Saral. Laird, P. 8. Liggett,
Spruce Hill, Wm. J. Evans. Tbos. Patton.
Reale, Dr. J. P. Sterrett, R. Doyle,
Tuscarora. James Irwin, Geo. M. Smelker,
Lack. Mathias Stump, John Leonard,
Black Log, Robt. Mclntyre. Saml Shearer,
JNO. J- PATTERSON, Chairman.'
THE AMERICAN CONFLICT,
A HISTORY OF THE GREAT REBELLION
BY HORACE CREELEY-
It is taro.lv necessary for us to allude
to this work, as its title and i's Author
should at once recommend it to the pub
Jic. ' It is a complete and impartial his
tory of the four years of war for the
Union, illustrated by Maps, Diagrams of
Battlefield, Sieges, Naval Actions and
views of place of historic interest togeth
er with a large number of fine steel plate
Portraits of prominent Generals and oth
er distinguished persons contacted with
the war, both North and South. This
work contains upwards of one hundred
Maps and Diagrams of Battle-fields, and
cannot fail to take the first rank as a
Standard History of the American Con
flict. It is sold exclusively by subscrip
tion through authorized traveling Agents
The Agent for Juniata county, Mr. Wash
burn, is now soliciting subscribers for
this work, and we would advise every fam
ily in the county to subscribe at once, as
there may not be another epportunity
for years to come to secure this Great
History. . ,
. Equalizing the Bounties.
The Paymaster-General has, in reply to
a question of the Chairman of the Mili
tary Committe of the nouse of Repre
sentatives, on the subject of equalizing
the bounties, made a statement which will
undoubtedly kill off the project. He says,
that to pjj al' the soldiers, or their repre
sentatives, a bounty equal to the highest
paid 1400 and in proportion to the
time of service of each, would ' require
the sum, of $550,000,000. This would
add shout one-sixth to our already enor
mous debt A large proportion of it
would go into the pockets of speculators
who have been buying up claims in an
ticipation of legislation iipon the, subject,
and a further considerable sum fall into
the bands of agents who would take the'i
lion's share of the bounty for sollecttng
it. v Can the country afford this? ' Would
even the soldiers tkaok Congress for ad
ding a Bew burden to our heavy, taxes
that iii mall ' pitrK-. .' y . be Kites to
iv : ii io- v'-:s---i, 6r
It is most gratifying to observe the un
animity with which the loyal press of the
countty support the step recently takea
by the Congressional Committee oc-Jie-presentation.
- That committee baa .agreed
to report to each House a proposition to so
amend the Constitution ' as to ; exclude
from the representative apportionment
basis all persons excluded for race or col
or from voting' The excessive absurdity
and the monstrous injustice of allowing
millions of noo-voters to form an element
of. power exclusively, wielded by ..the plass
refusing them the franchise, are too ap
parent to permit of serious controversy.
The wrong is a double one to the North
ern voter, whose political influence is re
duced to about one half that of the South
ern, and to the freedmau, whose vote, de
nied to him, is yet cast by his late master
What is more reasonable than to say that
at ha tt, if the vote be withheld frim the
colored man, that vote so withheld shall
not still be thrown by the witbbolder in
addition to his own ?
. The amendment proposed, presented
recently, in both the Senate and House
of Representatives, contemplates adhe
rence to the basis of population, and on
ly an exception ia the State, where the
ballot is withheld for tace or color. This
is clearly fair, and avoids the disturbing
effect of substituting the general rule of
apportionment in term according to vq
ters. , There are questions . of the fran
chise of women, minors and foreigners
which would be perpetually agitated. Dot
on their own merits, but as affecting rep
rosentution by the unqualified adontioo of
auoh general rule. Apportionment most
directly as to voters, in every State, would
leave the Southern States with about the
Baud relative representation as the more
specified and guarded rule proposed.
Discussion upon the subject may disclose
other considerations affecting the case ;
but at present the indications are that the
Republicans in Congress will be substan
tially a nuit in favor of the amendment
The passage of the resolution recommend-
to? the amendment . will require a con
currence of two th i rod of both Houses.
THE LABOR QIESTION AT THe
SO I TU. -
The reports from the Soutb in regard
to the labor question are daily growing
more favorable. As the planting season
approaches the planters realize more for-
ciblv the uecessity ot securing bands to
make crops, and are yielding their deter
tuinatiou to force the freedmen to labor
on their terms, while the freedmen are
discovering that they must work for a
living and are aetiug accordingly. The
Nashville Union says the members of the
Tennessee Legislature from the counties
where the freedmen are most numerous,
represent the negroes as willing to work,
and the prospect is much better than the
most 6aguine had hoped. Some of them
work by contract for wages, others rent
lands, nud still others "crop" on shares.
Gen. Swayue. Assistant Commissioner
of Freedmen to Alabama, writes that a
general improvement continues to be
manifest. In some djucss the planters
made strong combinations against em
ploying their former slaves, but the freed
men succedd in breaking them up. The
average contract price for the labor of
male hanas is ten dollars per month, in
cluding quarters, food and medical atten
dance for the entire family.-" Female
bands get eight dollars per month. ' The
Commissioner estimates that there are in
the State five thotisaud Northern men,
lor whom the freedmen show a decided
prelereuce. The demand for labor in all
portions of tbs State is greater than the
supply. Similar repftrts come from Georgia-
The New Orleans Picayune says one
half of the German emigrants engaged
by a planter of Louisiana,' deserted on
the arrival of the vessel at New Orleans
believing they could get better psy in
that city. " ' ' '
WOOL OROWEHS' CONVENTION.
At a convention ot Washington Coun
ty Wool Growers, held in this place on
the 4th instant, the undersigned were
appointed to call a State Convention, to
organize ' a ; Pennsylvania State Wool
Growers Association.' ''
After due conference, we hereby in
vite delegates and representative : men
from every county in the State, to meet
in the city of Pittsburg; at Hare's Hotel
on Thursday the 8th of February next,
at 11 o'clock, -Aj. -M., .Sot the purpose
above specified. If there is time.odhe
Convention is so inclined, there , will be
a discussion on the ' comparative . merits
of different breeds of sheep, ' and other
topics appropriate to the occasion.? ?.':
J 6i..m V. JVLWS LB MOYNE, ;i
sv.i ASA MANCHESTER,
. . JOHN H. KWING.
For the Sentinel.
An Hour in the. Soldiers' OrphMHT
School at VAtiatsjratille, lau
Mb. Editor, ."
" I presume anything of im
portance, in connection with this School,
"Will be of interest to your readers, at
least to the ' patriotic and charitable. - At
far as I am concerned I am thankful that
the old Commonwealth ot Penns-'lvaqia
leads the van in this noble, charitable and
christian enterprise, snd that she has been
the first to go ont in search of the chil
dren of those Who nobly battled and fell
in defense of their country's . rights.
While we still mourn the departure of
many who have fallen and are now sleep
ing their last -sleep upon some distant bat
tle field, our grief is considerably assua
ged, when we. view the extensive prepara
tisn for the raamtainaoce and education
of these children.
. One of the most pleasing events of my
life, transpired on Sabbath afternoon,
January 20th, an event alike creditable
to Col. George F, McFarland, tie worthy
Principle, Prof. W. E. Caveny and his
. It is. indeed highly gratifying to the
citizen who feels an interest in the ad
vancement of Christianity snd knows that
in order to iisure such progress and to
gradually purify and elevate society, the
work must commence with the yoqth of
the land, that this important matter re
ceives the marked attention of all con
nected with the school at McAlistersville
TRIBUTE OF RESPECT,
Veie'ofPtrmtahaitW ftAuitor Gen- Wpbkas Inthen.ys.eHoiisdispenaition of
rotev rmm9'v w . tho (nM Fs,nM. of the Uniwe. a worthy
era awrt (Surveyor veneru v ioz elec
tion htld October, 10A, .JSG5. - r
Centre,,, , . ,
While UrbiS been the business and iueeJJ-jreomiDe-.'
.L- jt- : i r .x. - ...a.n. I mzn.ru
lue ueiiguuui privilege ui iuub wni-v"
ed, from its commencement, to inculcate
correct moral principles, they have beea
in want of some aid, owing to the large
number of children, in conducting the
proper and regular duties of the Sab
batn., On the afternoon referred to, we
were invited to attend the regular organi
zation of a . Soldiers Orphan s cabbatb
School a novelty in the world. ,
The exercises were introduced by the
singing of a beautiful peiee called "Tbe
Royal Proclamation." As tbe voiced of
these children blende 1 in sweat barroouy
in giving utterance to that truthful
declaration, . .
i3...i Will TAX! flATiilV:
V &aJUaSB,t'A V ..a. M-M A i
!". :.a.: ;it-iiV 0: : l Commit Seel
; L." aitif. oi... i .Jf nv 1 f B IjiW. u v:u
"Jeius reiges. He reigns, victorious,
Over heaven and eaith most glorious."
We could not hide the deep emotioq of
gratitude that we felt nor prevent it from
manifest.ng itself in tbe smile and the
tear. After the hymn, a short prayer
was offered, imploring the blessing snd
direction of Almighty God upon the ef
fort about to be inaugurated.
Thf. next proceeding was the selection
of officers and teachers. The following
is a list :
luperintendant. E. L. Jamison.
Secretary, Miss. Mary E. Smith.
Librian. Mrs. Anna E. Siptou. .
Treasurer. Prof. V. E. Caveny.
Moderator. Prof. J. H. Smith, Mrs.
Teacher. Franklin Cassel, E- Jam
ison, wm. uaveny, I'lrs. aic imams
Miss. Culby and Miss Sallie Strayer.
It will be observed that a majority of
the teachers are from town, having kind
ly consented to take part in this laudable
and christian undertaking.
In this arrangement the various denom
inations are represented. We sincerely
hope that the leven of Unionism in the
Master work, thus laid in the Soldiers'
Orphans' Kchoo!, at McAlistersville, may
diffuse itself, and eveotfully pervade the
hearts and miuds of all God's people.
"Ia Union there is strength." :
Those concerned ia this nobis effort
would be pleased to receive any contribu
tions in books, papers, periodicals or mon
ey, the benovolent and kind may feel like
sending.' ' ' '::
All contributions should be addressed
to Prof W . J. Caveny, Soldiers Or.
phans' School, McAlistersville, Pa.
It might be proper to add that the gov
ernment makes no provision fur religious
books, such as are used in Sabbath Schools.
... Yours, Truly, ; -
i .- S.
Later from Mexico.
San Francisco, Jan. 25. Advices
from Mexico to tht. 5ih inst. state thst
the Liberal General Carona holds a posi
tion within forty miles of Mazatian.
Although a strong force of the French
was at the : latter place, , Carona remained,
undisturbed, i. He does not attack, know-
ng that he oould not hold the place if he
took iiy ; : . ..: i ,
. Mucb distress existed in the country
and famine f't for food prevailed in
CkihBallBa.;tj,....UI; ;.' ;,;:.r.,.j .;,;J, ;i
:. The Liberal Giovsnment was again ss-
tabliahed at ChihsJjua, and need fear no
junner auoatavoa jrom me frenco .,n
i. Datango was sjilj in the hands ol the
Freueh and traitors,' but tho iLibersi
member of our order, and an estimable citizen,
brother Holbert A. Barton, has been sum
moned by death suddenly to appear at the bar
of our Great Spirit therefore
Reoi?t4. That t the death of brother Bar
ton, ou trtha has ;nstaiped a great loss, so
ciety a Useful and raspeolad. member pares ts
adutifitl si. ' aid his 'brothers and sisters
a kind and anilearad frieaid. . v.-
Ketolved. That in this affect in (f visitation of
the Great Spirit, w sea tha necessity eC at
all times, being prepared for that change
which leads to life sternal.
Retolred. That w tender the bereaved pa
rents, sisters and brothers, our most heartfelt
condolence in this trying and affecting decree.
XeieVThat tha Wigwam bar draped ia
mourning for thirty days, and that the mem
bers of tbe tribe wear the. nana! badge of
. Ruolved. That a eopy of these, resolutions
2,749 Dfl 8,nt tne parents, and tha same be pub'
lished in our county papers.
? JOHN E. HOT.tOBVUOn.
WM. I JACKMAN.
A. 0. BROWN,
2,922 I "VTOTH!"'-. prnon that took my
3.713 ill RATTARRIEU lOQ from icy residence
8,285 ' on the 19rb inst., will please bring bim. back
1.333 ; immediately and sure public exposure and
544 CQBts, and oblige
2,041 JOHN ISliALK,
3,667 Deals tpwnship, Juniata county, P.
63 J Ml. 3l.-2t.
q e.,u ! -iA hereby given that letters of administra
1 590 ,iou on the es,a,e af HENRY MOIST, late of
1637 Fermanagh township, deceased, hart been
1673 granleu 10 'ha undersigned, residing in Mitf-
1482 'nt0n- All persons knowing tbeui:elves in-
5 9ii9 lebted to said estate will make immediate
916 payment, and those having claims will pre
j 9, sent them duly authenticated for settlement.
Aiua I . K. S. 10T', Admr.
PIRE LIBERTY WHITE LEAD,
preferred by all practical Painters t Try
it ! and you will have no other. Man
ufactured only by
ZCIGLR & SMITH,
WnotisAia Cairo, rXjur & Glass Dialsrs,
, 3137 Nottfc WIBD Street, PHILAD'A.
Jan, 24. 6rWly.a
EXECUTOR'S SOTICE.-Ths undersigned
have received from the Register of Juniata
County, letters testamentary upon the last will
and teatament of ROBERT THOMPSON, lata
of Thompsontown, dee'd. All persons indebt
ed to said estate, are requested la n'aka pay--pent
to the undersigned and all persons hav
ing demands against tbe earn will present :
them for settlement, on or before the 10th dsdk '
Maroh, 1866- . . Z.
g. P. THOMPSON, I
T. S. THOMPSON, J
fjTlionpaontown, Jan. 10. I8S6. fjaw 17-8t-
Tavenj Lcenso Petitions."
fT'HB following named persons have filed
J- their petitions in the Office of th Clerk
of the Court of tbe Quarter Session of Juni-:
ata County and the same will be presented1
for Confirmation and allowance on Wednesday
tbe 7th day of February 1866:
William Reedier, Warker township.' 1 r ' t
Charles Shermer, Delaware township.
Lewis Amy, Fayette township,
Robert M. Thompson Mifflintown Borough.
Thoa. M- Wansellrr, Perrysville.
Knocu Shellenb.-raer, Susquehanna.
U. W. JACOB., Clerk.
NOTICE. Notice is ! MPT "uicc, Jan. 1j, bo-tc.
Dissolution of Partnership.
"V'OTICK is berehy given that the co-part-1
neibhip h.'reiulure eatatini' between in.
l,'.KZ 15. fuller and Siiuiucl M. fclliott, doing busl
6.956 nefs under the naine of Soudt-r & Klliolt, is
l.l'9 this dny dissolved by mutual Consent.
4,713 I l'attcraon, Jan. 19-61
2,847 1 -.
.282 2.042 ; IT' E hare on hand a good quality of Jlar
,924 39.8'Jl V ware, cmprisiug a full assortineni d
-'9 CA R rEX TKlL IUOLS & ISLAVKSXIT
265 TOOLS, such as Anvils, Bellows, St., Sho,
6.845 muter Tool. Saws, Axes, Augers, Iron, Stee
1.128 Nails, Horse Shoes, and Horse Slioe Nails y
1.411 the keg and pound, Kopes of alt sizes from 2
686 inches down to inch by (lie pnuud. Buggy
1,995 and Wiigon Springs. Grind Sumes, and Gnud
95 gtoue Ficiuren. at
l.l-i - StLOlt'F. FROW & PARKER'S.
959 PURE LIBERTY WHITE LEAD.
3.944 Vf ill dii morA Ht..i hotri.r w.,m nt n irivn Cns.t
238.230 215.740 237,969 215,981
than any qthcr! Try if ! )iapufactured only
6.9.22J ' Zeigler ft Smith.
I hotrtale uruq, l imit dc OIum liulrrt.
No. 137 North THIRD Street. PiULAD'A.
Jan. 24, '66-ly.
n'KPINKUlLi E V A X S .
Ciylf pvjiisikRS ay it Tatiht Solicitors,
No. 435 Walnut St., Fhilad'a,
Patents solicited Consultations on Engin
eering. J'ruglitin and Sketches, Models and
Machinery of all kimls made and skilfuily at
tended lo- iSpecisl Rtier lion given lo REJECT
ED CAKES and INTERFERENCES. Au
thentic Copies of al Documents from Pateul,
Office procure J. . -';?'
N. B. Save yotwelres aselen f rouble and
: travelling expenses, as there :s no actual need
or persona! inlerview with us. All hnsiness
with these Offices, can he transacted in wri
ting. For further information direct as above
with stamp enclosed, fur Circular with refer
ences. January 17, lfiritMyf . '
EXI tI TOR'S XOTICK. VLL PEK
sn.Ns are hreSy no ifiej thnf Letters Tes.
tementary of tlie Kstnte of SAMUEL M. AD
AMS, late of Walker township. Juniata coun
ty. dc d , have hen granted in due form of
law by the Ucgiter or said county, to the
undersigned residing in Walkor fownsliia
aforesaid, to whom all persons .indebted to
said estate are Requested 10 make immediate
payment, and to whom all persons Baring
claims ..gainst tbe said (state will please pre
sent theiu lor settlement. 7
Jan. 17, 66-6t.
Majs. 22.590 21,988
Mereet eoqnty 121 for W. If, H. Davis
aSV- Ocn. B. P. ' Butler, in bis speech
before the Soldiers' and Sailors' National
League, in the House of Representatives
Washington, Tuesday night, favored the
lnoreasa of soldiers' bounties, but rather A Hotels and Mills for 'sale tbrougUoji
opposed the increase of the public debt l'e,,n"'w1lln1ia; Fms for aaja in Saw Jersey.
rr r Maryland, Delaware and Virginia Son.ecflbe
to pay them. There was a fund out of greatest bargains eyer offered 10 capitalists or
which these bounties could be paid, and men of moderate means. Faring bought and
' 1 suld and good mortgages negotiated and mon-
hat wa the public lands. Ha remarked ty inveted. '
that if it was objected that the public do- ! t& peers' and Soldiers' accounts prompt-
. . S r 1 .,..M..I.l Son,! r I'alnU.ii. -.l
J , - J - ufc v av. v... HUM
Jacob adams, Ei'r.
STATE CAPITOL HOTEL, near lie Caci
tol Buildings, ' .
HARlSBVRq,p.l. , v .. .
tTiTerms as mp lerata as any lintel in ;Ka
WM r,, TIDM'P.SON, Proprietor.
R R. COttSO."- OKO. T. EGBERT.
Real Esiale Brokers &Coovcvanccrs i mo" .'"'e-. r.
l JAtUB Mo.'sr.tt, MtOi
112 South 4ib Street Philadelphia. Pa.
Tarms' for sale in Pennsylvania. Stores,
main was not large enough, his snewer
would be, "Crass the Potomac; com
mence at Arlington and measure South
ward."., The sailors got all they captur,
ed, and why should the rule not apply to
soldiers, at least to the extent of a few
Dec. 6, 'C5-3m,
A J-,M0SKR. H LL DRILLERS,
UX. Would inform the public that Ihey ar
prepared to sink WELUS, either by digging,
or drilling, at the shortest noiioe, and an the
AMOS MOSKK. Mexico. Pa.
jm. :t)-5t. ....... .
AD M I V ISfK ATOM'S NOTlCi: Soli' .s
hereby riven lhai lofters of adotinisi , ,
lion on the estate of J F. Kawlu-ider. I .ie
of Fayetfe lowtiiliip. deceased, have ber-ii
gr.n'ra 10 ilie unleriinfd residing in lha
same lown,!;p. Atl pcr&ons knowing
themselves indeb'eJ to said estate are request
ed to make immeliue pay wen t and those hav
ng cl.iims will please present tlicm duly au
thenticated for settlement. - ,
? V'UKf. LliONARD, AJu'r.
Jan. 10, 6(-rti.
DMIMSTK.VToa s NOTICE. Notice is
1 1. herehy give-, i'ihI letters of adrniuiiitrs
tioa on the e-rn'tof SAMUEL ALEXANDER,
late of Milfjrd township, dee'd , hare been.
r it rr rs rsTT n r -. ' ....
acres of the soil over which be had march '. Xi Jjl TILL V LK, MirSfOll DCMlSl. ' F'.1 " '' undersigned, residing a9 afore-
n.i persons suowinz inemseiYes imleot-
ed and fought so long?
' I 1 A K r.S t hlB mptlti-tfl nf inform. nir h.a Mn.l u
I . , v. . . . in s.,.'j estaie are retitiested to make inline
- in juuiaia cuuuiy. mai owinz to tne lea- mte mm, nt n, I .n ...:
sonably good success he has met with, during
tl.f fe months be hnsbevn p.-actisin his pro
fession in said county, he feels warran.'ed in
making Biated visits to Mifflintown and tic-
Alialersville The firsj Mo 11 Jay of each month
please prc.mt them duly authenticated for
JANE H. ALEXANDER,
.KiiaimMfratrix of Samuel Alexander, dtc'-L
jan. 29. '66-Uw. .
A DMI.VISTR ATDR'S NOTii'E. None is
tl. hereby cireUiat Letters of A .Im ;( .
Petition! are being numerously signed in
the South, Praying for the banishment of Jeff Mr- Keevcr may be found at tiie Juuitjia Ho
n.: i tel. MifHm. te remain two weeks. The ' third
T1"- ltl.... -. M...:.. .
The Copperhead Legislature of Delaware the week. Teeth inserted on VULCANITE, I ''on on "teesiateof .Mrs MAlfY THQMF30N
refuses to recogniie Andrew Johnson as a OOLD SILVER." lEETIl FILLED and j 1h' of Delaware township,, deceased, hav
Berry, Knight, Crab and Bisaugh, all un
der 2t years of age, the murderers of Mr.
Haiffennan, were hanged at Nashville yester
day. Hon. John Sherman has been re-elected
United States Senator by the Ohio Legisla
ture. General Schtuck was bis principal
The trial of Gen. L. 0. Baker, late Govarn-
extracted in the most approved manner, and 1 v,a granted lo the umJiigneJ, residing iff "
with the lcajit pqssijjle pain. ; Thompsontown, Juniata epuntj. AUperaoaa'
JPOV Strict atienlioii given to diseasel ! knowing themselves itvlel'ted to said estate
gums', tic. ' All work warfkuied,
January 24, lSGtj-tf.
AVALl'AnLE PRORCRTV AT
Private Sale. The undersigned o.Tors
at private sale the followiug Real Estate, to
wit: A trnct of Lond belonging to S- P. Blair.
Esq., situated in Wslker township, Juniata
ennntv Pli . ailinininir ltn,U rtf i ,v ITvl.
meat Detective, charged by Mrs. Cobb, a par- j Jobn Wright. Joseph Tyson and others, con
dos broker, with falsa imprisonment, is noWjtaining SEVENTY ACRES, more or less,
in progress at Washington. ' about 65 acres of which are cleared, in a good
Cen. Grant, it is said, upder 'orders from !?; of tliv.tiou and under : good fence.-
. ... . ... 1 ; - ,The ballancc, about la acres, is well covered
tfePresidont, is withdrawing all the troops itll ,ne TerT choicest limber The improve
fron the Southern Slates, except the garri- ' nients area good LOO DWELLING 1MOUSE,
sons of United' States forts " St : iaportni n excellent new BAN K. BAKN. with all the
: '. T .. j necessary out-buildings, and an excellent Or-
P""18' ' " ,.' , . 'chard of OKAFTELt FRCIT. The above
The Wheeling 1 jxltUigencer is reliably in-, ftam is beautifully located about half-way he-
fotaed that at the election in Ritcbietown on tween MifHfutown and Mexico, (the Turn Pike
sold his vote
ttfX. Terms make immediate pnyn.r.f,and thse hav-
. mg viaims wilt present luera duly autteittica
j ted for settlement.
Jan. 3. ISM tit." Administratrix.
ALAROS and well "selected stock of GRO
CERIES, comprising Htm, Shoulder. Ba-' '
eon. Mess Pork. Flour Spices, Ao.. Ae. at -1
SULpUFP, PROW & PARKER'S.
ADVANCE OF SCIENCE.
av rnsan in th VV Ashin tTt on Mills le.vlii.ff trom th atTe nsmej places pxiaea :
' ' ' 0 l ...j i i:..i. ;Kinrlisih Unkh...
tntha ren.,ratie Met.' for "" " 'Wf !''" lBroye T " I -
. r- r J mnt mii nn 1,1" li.A n!!.sjinfl hi,m I.unoer, I VUleanite. 1 Which
if twill Mlop! The vote was lhB C0U.IT. FoI D.r,itu1ara inouire of i DU"y, ele.niineya, and the
few tuekett full i
cneap ana n rne nop : -; Joseph Tysou, Esq., or . - .
OtSoial iBtelligeoce from El Paso, Meiica : ' JCgPMJg R.ETRICK,
to December 22, repreaeata that tha French J u;17r''Xm,. Mexico. Pa.
marched a large, force against Chihuahua, rs STATE NOTICE
and tbe Mexican Governor was compelled to H Estate of Jacob Betom 'of Delaware
abandon the city. . President Jnares ant eab-'' oWrfi'- ' ; ' ,-'' .
inet lett on the 9th and arrived at El Paso on ; N"1"5 reby given that. Utters of Tteta-
tbe 18tb, aad wa Well received by the public DeU towcshil). .. deceaseds have been
The Fraoeh amy occupied Chihnahtia on the granted f the undersigned residing ip Dela-
ersons knowing them-
estate are requested to
1 ; ... - k . . i .a t, . .
.Gold was. steady. at 139,- . Government . , duW ,u.
stocks are'a shade lower under the European thenticated fur aeitlemuVil.
news, bat they are steady at tbe ' qaotatlbns, ; Y- 'H-m i- nii t l-r! JANE BESOM, :
and m large amounts prss.e4 ftw sate:' - -A 29-'6-fi . i ...! .Mw - E"turiz-
im Kiwv. - j..- . " yjraaitx cjuie Hosorvg
J Jth sad (he Mexican forees retnai ned within ware township. All pe
fifty miles of the rlaae, annoying the French. selTes ""oebted to said
.. ' . .' jj- . ,,ot. r.J: -malce namediata .payo
'- The frtaaua-' of' -"Tesnejiae ia "the House '
, - . i . jl. r. Ll:
forces ; wife etrlg: the oiry in oh. ! b, ti.Mti 4bir pilrpo9, t, Unit th8
siderable bumborf, and a fibt was lootsi . Kenresentativea freai that Sute to, at
CARPETS ! CARPETS t !
Teeth insert 1 iidou an entire! new !.
ot bae, which ia a combination of Gold and -
te.) - Also American -
tor beauty, dura
na&tivmtiaa of ifaa
natural color of the : fa e. eaaaat be am- .
paese''. Either of tie abovabaass ...
I WARRANT FOR TEN TEARS.
Fall Tpper or I.ovrer Seta InMrted
as Vow as 1S poPer Set. 0
Temporary let inserted Gratit. iM'
Special attention will be mad e to-' diseiseil
gums, and a cure warranted or no ' Cua.-gs '
made. Teeth filled lo last for life. J : -1
;3U Triumph in.deniis'try ! ;
TEETH. EXTRACTED WITHOCT PAW
by a new process, without the use of ether, J
chloroform or nitrons axide, and- no dangerl-i
Having been in basinese for upwards Of tea i
years, five of which has been spent in Mifflin
town, and being in possession of the UttOr
bnprottd fnitrument and MteMnerj, warrant 4
entire HAliftt.ti,n n. ih. .. .i . -
-- --- - v. .uq iuui o, . win on. re-
ALAROEandgoodvaneiyofd, WOOL, i funded. Office an Bridza Stre.t. oDnoait. th.'
RAO and UEXP CAIU'ETS on. hand ! Court s..".,. 98 '"l. opposite lha t
i. : . i! tia Haass t art7 dw.. .. r -. , ,.U3TjJ
a.... wLtoj, , . .u , i r.u C.V.U s..l'o ..ir: ,ko WMfia
eeaLx in and for salo.rbeap. at
ti! , e t ii i
Court House Square.