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fyt 'Janiata jStntintl.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, JAN. 1, 1S73.
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. ON AND
nfleT Sunday, Dec. 22, 1872, f assengcr
Jnii will leave Mifflin Station aa follows
Philadelphia Express.- 1:10 A.M.
Fast Line 4:0 A. M.
Ilamnhiirg Accommodation 11:28 A. M.
Mail Train. 6:18 P. M.
Cincinnati Express 9:03 P. M.
Tittaburg Express l:f. A. M.
1!ininnaii Express 1:"5 A. M.
Southern Express- 4:08 A. M
"Pacific Express C-.t'i A. M.
Vit raswger 10:03 A. M.
Wail Train 3:S8 P. M.
" fact Line .33 P. M
JAMES NORTH, Ag't
TOWN AND COUSTRV.
A happy new year to all.
Thr love f driuk is as incurable as
This day ends the lawful seasou for
A Freeburz uiau killed a hog tliat
weighed 1001 pounds.
A burning fla flurried the inmates
Will's Hotel last week.
Col. John J. Patterson, Senator cleci
from South Carolina is in town.
Corn Shf.LI.kus and Fodder Cutters
for sale at Palate's Hardware Store.
Grnfr.w. Beaykr bought the Uellc-
fonte Republican at Sheriff s Sale. 1'iic-
ClllHNOXrt are going out of fiudiiou.'
The hair is gathered at lite top of the
back of the head.
Em. Mr. l'ardoe, gvc a Magic Lan
tern enterUiunii-iit iu his church ou
Attention is a--ked to the advertise
ment of II. V. Adams, in another col
umn, headed "C CLromos."
A MEKTiNu of tiiue weeks duration,
at Freedom, Aiifilin county, resulted in
the conversion of eihty-eii souls.
Milleretown Perry Co., is to have a
l ank William Rickeuback; of the Juni
ata Valley Bank, is to be its Cashier.
A stock in the Odd Fellows' Hall,
Lewistowu, was robbed of about 5300
some nights ago.
A Fur Low was caught iu the hen coop
of the Davis House at Lewistown a few
nights ago. lie was lodged where fowls
are not kept.
TtlB EoiT'iR of the llollidayt-burg.
Register was the recipient of twenty
Huud gobbler to grace Lis ('luistmas
table, messing!" on the douor.
Skatfs. A large lot of Skates just
received at Paiste's Hardware Store.
Aoenis should not fail to read the
advertisement of J. B. Hurr & Hyde, L.
to-day's issue. Two rapidly selling looks
are aJveiU.-t-d - LU-rai commissions of
A well known stuck raiser umnrd Rob
ert L tffcrty was kilie.1 on the Railroad
near Greensburgh, west of the mouu'aius
last week The dJ stoiy, walking ou
Mr. Win. J. Campbell, once connected
with this paper, and latterly local editor
tit the Tarxwi.ll Republican, Pt-kin, Illi
nois, died at Pekin on the 24tb ult.
Mr. Sellers, the editor of the paper, for
merly of Pennsylvania also died recently.
Lost A roll of Dental extracting in
struments, last Saturday, betweeu Mif
fliu and Mc.Vlieterville. A liberal re
ward will be pnid to the finder I y h av
ing it at this I'flice, or sending it the
Ber, . Da. 1). C. Roihric.k.
About S o'clock iu the eveuiug, sum
days ago, a child was stolen from a' house
in Huntingdon and carried to a vacant
lot and then left. A fcisser by LearJ it
cry and searched for it in the ditch, found
it under a parcle of straw, whre it
would have frozen as the night was cold.
The party who took the child from its
Lome baa not been discovered.
Notice. The annual meeting of the
Stockholders of the Odd Fellows Hall
Association of the Borough of Mifttin
town. and county of Juniuta, wiHLe IwU
at the .office of Louis E. Atkinson, Esq.;
in Alifflintow u, on Friday evening, Jan.
.3rd, 1S72, at 7 o'clock P. M. A full
attendance of Stockholders is respect
jT. Van Irwin. PntLLtU,
A Warkino to Railroad Mrs. At
aa early hour on Thursday morhing last,
three men named Wm. Uodgers, of Nine
veh. Andrew Il.irtzell, of Newport, and
Jamea dark, of East Whitefi. Id, Indiana
county, a short d'stance this side of the
former f lace weie ushered into eternity
without a moment's warning They
were employed as repair Lauds on the
Pittsburgh Division, and at the time they
met their aad fat w?re at work on a
carve on the track at the point mention
ed, when the second section of the Pitts
burgh express train, West, came along.
The engineer "of the train sounde J the
whistle, and the uifjrtunate men evident
ly becoming coufused by the whistling of
the engiue of the first section, which had
j.st passed, atepped upon the track direct
ly in front of the locomotive hauling - the
second section, and were . instantly run
over and killed. Allmsa Tribune, nf
the 2C!h till.
Lanterns and J .amps for sale at Piistc's
Wholesale and Retail Hardware Store,
Crystal Palace Building. 1
Stoves will be sold at greatly reduced
prices at Paiste's Wholesale and Retail
Hardware Store, in order to nlake room
for other goods. If you want a cheap
ftove, now is your time.
Tiiosr afflicted with Pains and Aches
should try KUNKEL'S PAIN SLAY
ER, a valuable remedy. For sale at
Banks & Hamliu's Prcg Store, Miffliu-
The annual spring session of the
Grand Chapter of the Phi Kappa Sig'
ma Fraternity will be held in the city of
Philadelphia commencing on -Thursday,
Jan. 9, at 10, A. M, at the Contmental
Hotel, Philadelphia, Pa. The address
before Grand Chapter will be delivered
by Luci'.u W.'. 1'oty, Esq , of Gamma
Save voir owvClovkr Seed We
have just beon informed, says the Frank
lin Patriot, that or.e of the largest and
most euterpriaing farmers of this county,
last year, saved enough clover seed for
his own sowing. Bold enough to pay for
all the dry goods need ia the family, and
received 82o in cash in addition. This
is the way in which he did it. He put a
wire bottom In a trough in which he fed
his rtock the wire bring two or three
inches above the close bottom of the
trough. The stock in pulling the clover
hay from the racks would sca'tter the
seeds almost pure through the wire into
the receptacle below. How easy and
simple a way to save hundreds of dollars
now annually sent out of the country.
I'Lis can be done also by making close
fluors iu your barn lofts. This will be
somewhat more expeu.-ive, but it will pay
for itself in ono season.
Tun f Shot At Early on Sunday
night the report of fire arms was heard
in the direction of Wm. Lupfer's farm.
just outside of the borough limit?. It
was soou ascertained that the shots were
fired at a person who was disc overed in
the attempt to force the lock on the corn
crib door. Since the theiving of cortt,
butter, &c of a week or two ago at the
same place, the premises have been night
ly watched. On Sunday night the fam
ily went to church, leaving two young
men on the watch, and on th.ir discov
eriug the person at t tie corncnu tuey
shot at hiia with a euu loaded with shot.
The thief immediately ran out the lane
toward Swart.'s and jumped into the
field, and .was then shot at hy one of
the young men with a revolver. He was
afterwards discovered in tho field, aud
was again fired at with a shot gun, when
io ran fur the Ma!i.t!ny ridge fallowed
iy some neighbors who had arrived from
town, lie hhiu vmirii pursuit. It is
to be hoped tlfat tLe thief or thieves will
bedettcted, am-elcd and speedily-brought
in trial, and the people no longer com
pelled to i.ightly watch their property.
Mr. Lnpfer and his wile have been on- a
visit to Ohio for the iuft three weeks,
aud has bee n detained there by eiekniiss.
During this lime the premises were left
iu the charge of his young f irmly, which
fact has tin doubt known to the person or
persons who have hern m iking the fre
quent raids nn Mr. Lupfer's property.
i)lvmfild, December IS'h, 1S72
Kngwlkice is Power, is Wealth,
is Happiness The truth of which can
be tested by calling at the Deilal Office
of G L. 1'krh, established in Mifilin-
town iu ISG0, and ha' been in success
ful operation ever since, (as the public
can attest) If you have toothache, it is
the place to go, and have it stopped in
five miuutts, without pain, and without
extracting, and at the same time can have
said organ pieserved for usefulness for
iife It is also the place to go if you
hare scurvied gums, and $50 00 will be
paid in every caee of failure to cure. It
is the place to go if you want the most
beautiful sets of Porcelain Teeth and
Gums, mounted upon Rubber or any of
the various bases now iu general use, and
at prices to suit all. Teeth filled and
built tip with fine Gold, warranted to last
for life. Teeth repaired. Old sets arti
ficial teeth exchanged for new, or re
uioddled warranted to give perfect sat
isfaction. I purpose giving my partic
ular attention to the preservation of the
Natural Teeth. It is to be lamented that
on the part of the people the disposition
is to submit to the loss of the natural
teeth (which, if attended to, might be
saved) for artificial teeth, which at beet
are only substitutes ; thus causing as a
direct result, what nrany are not aware
of, A shortening of the lives of the indi
vidual themselves, and also entailing on
tho coining generation an imperfect or
ganism. "If persons would have their
teeth examined once a yeitr, and then
have them attended to in time by a com
petent Dentist, they would never know.
what toothache or neuralgia was, and
would preserve their teeth aud also their
G. L. DERR.
Real Estate for Sale Lucien VF.
Doty, Administrator of the estate of John
Robinson, dee'd, will offer at public sale
on the premises, at -1 o'clock P. M., on
Wednesday, January 15, 1873, a valua
ble tract of land, situate in Fayette twp.,
Juniata county, containing Eighty acres,
more or less, bounded by lands of John
Musser, Wm. Thompson, aud others,
having thereon erected a Frame House,
Bank Barn aud other necessary out
building There is a good Orchard on
the premises. For terms, &e., see hand
This is the season of the year for all
kinds of Aches and Pains. There is
nothing better kuown to remove such
auctions than KUNKEL'S PAIN
SLAYER. For sale by Bunks & Ham
Jin, Druggist, Mifflintown.
The Wbee of Prayer. The officers
of the different branches of the Evangeli
cal Alliance have issued their annual pro
gramme of topics for the week of Prayer,
extending from January 5th, '73 to the
12th. The following are
Suuday, January 5th. Subject. The
foundation, security aud universal exten
sion of the Christian Church.
Monday January 6th. Devont Ac
knowledgement, Rememberanco of God's
mercies to the nation, to families and to
the churches ; providential and spiritual
blessings to ourselves ; confession of sin.
Tuesday, January 7th. Prayer for
Christian churches ; their increase in
love, activity, fidelity to truth, and the
clearer manifestation of the unity in the
faith ; for ministers, ' missionaries and
Wednesday, Jen. " 8th Prayer for
f am. lies; for eons and daughters of Chris
tian parent ; for a blessing on home in
fluence, and on the services and ordinan
ces of "the Church of God ;" for schools
colleges and universities ; for children at
sea or in foreign lands ; for young men
iu business and professions ; for servants
aud for all in sickness and tribulations. '
Thursday, Jau. 9th. Prayer for ca
tions ; for kings and all iu authority, for
the maintenance of peace; for the spread
of religious liberty ; for the growth of
sound knowledge ; for contentment, con
cord and good will among all classes ;
for the discerumunt of God's hand in na
tional judgments, and for the removal of
iutemperauce, immorality and the sius
which are a reproach to any JTeopIe,
Friday, Jau. 10l!i. Prayer for man
kind ; for the circulation of the Holy
Scriptures, and the spread of pure litera
ture ; for the overthrow of all forms of
tyanny and oppression ; for the removal
of every form of antichrist ; for all pris
sioners and cptivi s, aud fur the increase
of that kingdom which - is righteousness
peace and joy in the Holy Ghost.
Saturday, Jan. 1 1th. Prayer for Suu
day schools ; for missionary, tract and
other religious societies, for raising up
ai.d sending forth of more laborers into
his Harvest, and for the removal of hind
rances to the spread of the gospel aud
the conversion of the warld.
Sunday, Jan. lmah. Sermons. ' Let
the whole earth be filled with glory Amen
Tempehancb Co.WENno.N Accord
ing to previous Agreement ltd East Ju
niaU District Convention of the I. O. of
G. T. met at Duncaunnn, Pi uy county,
iu the hall of Perry Lodge, No. 2, Dec.
Convention called to order by D D.
G. W. C. T. Lesh. Bio. S. S. King, of
Perry Lodge. No. 2, was elected perma
nent W. C. T , who made the following
appointments : W. 0. Bo. J. M. Evans,
of Lodge No 15G ; V. 51 , C 31. Dick
insonrof 941; D. M., Sist F. M.Gra
ham of 208; See, C. M. Graham, of
208 ; Sister S- W. McElwee, W. V. T.,
(elected at la't Convention)
Tho W. C T. npjKiinted 'die following
committi-es : Com. on Credentials, Bros.
N II. icktrsham, C. M. Dickinson
and J. Lftughlin, Sisters 1, M. Graham
and Annie E Brauyan. Business Com.,
Bros. C Stratford, J. M. Evans, G. W.
McElwee, Graybill and 0 A. Hood,
Sisters Biiner, F. M. Graham aud Ella
Com. on Credentials reported the fol
lowing delegates present : Milroy Lodga,
No. 208, Bros. Jacob Wallers, C. M.
Graham, Sist F. M. Graham ; No. 2,
Bros. S. S Kin", C A. Hood, Sisters
Amando I'assmore and Annie E. Bran
yan ; No 21G, Bios. N II. Wickersham,
G. V. McKlwee, Sist. S. W. McElwee;
No 9147 Bm. C. M. Diekimca, Sisteis
Mary E Lesh afid Ella Gault ; No. 330,
Bro. C. Stratford, Sisters Sue E. Cxrliu,
Rachel Mann : No. 15G, Bros. James
Laughlin, J. M. Evans ; No. 510, Bro.
Graybill ; Xo. 402, four delegates
(names mislaid). On motion the re
port was adopted and Com. continued.
The following resolution was presented
by the Business Com : Resolved, That
in the opinion of this conventiou Local
Option is not the proper method by
which to obtain total prohibition ; which,
after a spirited discussion, was negatived.
The W. C. T. announced a public lec
ture for the evening in the M. E. church,
by Bro . Brosius, of Lancaster. Ad
journed to meet at 9 o'clock to-morrow
MORXING SESSION, DEC. 6."
. Minutes of last session read and ap
proved. The following members were
elected officers of next Convention : W.
C. T., D, S. Graham, of 208 ; W. V. T.t
Sister Anna E. Wickersham, of 216;
Sec'y. Bro. W. B. Wagner, of 208. '
Reports from the various Lodges rep
resented shewed that nearly all of them
are iu a flourishing condition. The fol
lowing resolutions were read and adop
ted, some of them eliciting considerable
Reiolcctl, That it is a duty incatnbent
upon all (Good Templars' especially) to
petition the Constitutional Convention,
now in session, to iusert a clause prohib
iting the sale of alcoholie beverages in
such Constitution as they-may prepare.
Retoleetl, That we will use. our influ
ence and spare no efforts to sustain the
Lodges we severally represent, and .'.in
endeavoring to resuscitate the fallen, and 1
in establishing new Lodges throughout
Retolred, That, as public meetings are
essentially necessary for" Uie promotion of
the temperance interest everywhere, that
we organize a system by wbicb every
town, village and hamlet in the' district
shall have weekly or monthly public
.W. C. T. in the chair. Minutes' of last
session read aud approved. The follow'
iog resolutions were presented by the
Business Committee and adopted without
- Retolceu, TbA. r&ogn'uW the dutv
of thoroughly organiong the district for
the coming eontefft af the polls onjbe
subject of license or no license, . we re
commend that (he counties of Perry,
Juniata and slifffin proceed af once in
the matter by holding county meetings at
their respective county seats at as early
a day as possible.
. Resolved, That a vote of thanks be
tendered to the friends of Duucannon for
their kind hospitality in making our stay
among them so pleasant and cheerful.
The Secretary was instructed to notify
the various Lodges of the district that
when they elect delegates to the next
convention they designate of their num
ber as a business committee to prepare
business for said, convention. .
Bro S. S. King was instructed to
draft a resolution on the, death of the
Hon, Horace Greeley?
The different sessions of the Conven
tion were made more interesting by the
excellent singing of the well-drilled cboir
belonging to Perry Lodge No. 2, accom
panied by the rich music of their new
organ ' ! '- - ! ' ' -
Adjourned to meet at Milroy on the
first Thursday in March, 1S73.
-C M. Graham, Sect'y.
Babnum Menagerie and Circus was
destroyed by fire on the night of the 23id
ult, iu New York.' All of the animals
were burned except two elephants" and
and one Camel. Loss $309,000. ,.
- n aRRIsbubg is to have
WARNER PRY On tLe 19th u!t., b
Rev. D. M. Btaoka-clder, Mr. Isaiah Warner,
of Fermanagh township, and Miss Ella S.
Prj, of Bcale lownsbip.
7IMMER1IAS SIEBEIt Ou the 24ib ult
by the same, Mr; J. P.7.itnmcnnan, of Mil-
forJ 'ownsbip, and Jlisi Kate Siebcr, of
Walker township. -
BEAR N03& In the Lutheran Cbnrch,
Perrysville, on the 24ih nit., bjr Rev. II. C.
Shindle, Mr. William A. Bear, of Beale twp..
and Miss Rachel B. Noss, of Tuscarora twp
FEGAS CAMPBELL Near Copcard, on
the 24ih ult, by Rot. S. A. Crerling. Mr. W
S. Fegan, of Oseeola, Pa., and Miss Julia F.
Campbell, of Franklin Co., Pa.
S HUM AN ZIMMERMAN. On the 25th
of December, by II. C, Pardoe, Mr Jaeob S.
Shuman and Miss Margaret A. Zimmerman.
Prices of Board of Commerce.
Reported weekly for the Jcsiata Skstisel
by the Board of Commerce of MiQin and Pat
r.uttcr '$ Ih 25
Efss. doi SO
Lard, li lb 8
Country Soap. .' 8
Wool, washed ...... 0
Dried Apple's ... 10
" l'eachea, parej , 20
" Peaches, unpnred ... 16
' Cherries, pitted - 20
" Blackberries 10
" Raspberries . 16
Onions " PO
Ground Alum Salt, "ft saok 2 25
Kai.road 1 tes 60
Locust Posts, mortising -..J... 32
" for board fence.. 7f5
Shelley & Stambaugh's Prices Current.
Cbtstal Palack, Mifflintown, 1
Jan. 1, 1873. f
Prime Roll Butter, per lb 25
Eggs, per doien 30
Lard, per lb 08
Tallow, per lb . 08.
Beeswax . ... 80
Dried Apples, per lb ... 01
" Cuerrica, seedless, per lb 17
" " unseeded 01
" Blackberries 08
" Raspberries 20
Walnut, per bus 40
Potatoes - 60
Chickens, lire, per Ib 08
Liverpool Ground Alum Salt, per sack 2 00
D. P. Sulouff & Co.'s Prices Current
White Wheat, TO bus...
1 60tol G5
4 60lo5 25
Red " " k..
Prepared Coal, "jl ton.
Nut . " .
Bituminous" " ............
Ran of Log, 4 4, TO 1000 ft ...
' ' 5-8, "
Hemlock Frame, "
Whitepine worked Flooring....
" German Siding ...
Panel Doors ... ..
Window Sash, 8x10, windoi
" ' 9x12,
" " 10x14,
.25 00lo40 00
.... : 20 00
..2 00 to 3 00
PaiLADiLPhiA, Dec. 31, 1872.
The market ia less actire, the demand be
ing limited, both for shipment and home
consumption ; s'.'.es of 10 X) bbls, including.
Superfine ....... $4 505 50
Extras ... $5 75(5.6 50
N. W. Extra Family.. . . $7 50(0)8 75
Ohio & Ind. do. do $8 00,9 00
Tenna. do. do. $7 75(3)8 50
Fancy Brsndr .... $9 60(gll00
Gkaix There is not much Wheat offering
and prioes are very firm r sales of 4000 bos.
Perm , and western red at $1 85al 90, amber
at $1 90al 92, and white at $1 95a2 05. No
sales of Rye. Kr3 meets a steady inquiry,
with sales of old yellow at 65at6c, new do at
60aC2c, and new mixed at 61a62c Oats are
dull, with sales of 500 bushels with st50a51e
and western mixed at 4 la 16c.
PHILADELPHIA CATTLE MARKET.
MosdaT, Dec. 304 P. M.
The arrivals and sales of Bat Cattlb at
the Avenue Drove-yard were light this week,
only reaching about 900 bead. The demand
was limited, but prices were rather firmer.
extra Pennsylvania and western steers sell
ing at 8a8c ; a few choice a j" fair. to
good do at 6a7c, and common at 4J5Jo ;
ID, gross. .
. Cows and Calves were nominal at $2oa50.
Receipts 100 head.
Sheep. There were no new arrivals. We
quote choice at 7c, and fair to" rood at 54a-
6Ji. - .. ... -
Hods were in fair request at $ 75a6 25
100 lbs for-eorn-fed. Receipts 3000 head. .
PLAIN and Fancy Job Printing aeatly exe
cuted at this Office.
Mai Street; Opposite Conrt Yard,
Are offering Large Inducements to
CARRIAGE & WAGON MAKERS,
The j bare on haai the largest stock of
IRON. HORSE SHOES,
Nails. Faints. Leather,
la (he stral part of tba State.
They are selling
Bar Iron at 6c lb.
Horse SIiocs ct $7.25 teg.
I5est Norway Nail Rods at 9 "tc f) lb.
11 inch Horse Rvps at 85o each.
They are selling
lj; nickory Felloes at $1 0 lb set.
1 i Hickory Spokes at $2 00 set.
No. 1 Gum Hubs at 90c $ set.
No. 1 Hemlock Solo Leather at 31c lb.
No. 1 Best Oak Leather at 40c ib.
Jflfc. In order to close eat their immerue stock
they will sell them at COST. -J . .
Give them a call before pur
Frane iscus Hardware Co.
Main Street, Mifflintown.
Dec. 11, 1872-tf
YOUNG MEN !
YOUNG WOMEN !!
Learn the art of Buok-Keepinr, as taueht
by Prof Dott, Principal of Doty's Commer
cial College. In eTery city of the United
siates there is a constant demand fcr Book
keepers, both male and female.
By Prof, Dorr's method the whole art of
Book-keeping is taught in one short easy
lesson, to that any nemo a of ordinary intel
ligence can learn it in leas than one week's
study. This raluable instruction will be sent
fblb to any address upon the receipt of
Sc Agents wanted.
Address . E. DOTY,
Saratoga Spring," N. Y
D. P. SULOUFF A CO.,
(Successors to D. K. Sulouff & Co.,)
. DEALESS HT
. SSivlt, Plaster,
CALCINED PUSTER, CEMENT, iC.
The Highest Cash Trices Taid
for all kinds of Grain.
Lumber, Coal,- &c, Sold at the
Harinir boats of onr own we can freight
Grain, Lumber, Coal, Ac, oheaper than any
other parties. W therefore defy competi
lay-Yon ean make money by calling on ns
before selling or baying elsewhere.
Gbaix will bi biciived is st6b to bi
SOLD BT THE 1ST Or JcXI, 1873.
P. S. Our grain is not elf rated on men's
Mifflintown, April 20, 1872.
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE
THE undersigned offers at private sale a
Lot of Ground situated in the borough
of Paitenon, Juniata county, having there
on erected a
M Frame Dwelling House,
and a good Hog Pen. There are Peach,
Pear, and other Fruit Trees on the Lot.
Possession given at once. For terms, 4c,
call on or address
, . ff. C. ARB0GA8T,
Dec 4, 'Ti-1ta Port Royal, Pa.
. Administrator's JTotice.
Estate of Mary Hestjuwt deceased.
"!"l HE. undersigned, to whom Letters of Ad
JL ministration on the estate of Mary
Messimer, late of Mifflintown, dee'd.,' have
been duly granted according to law, hereby
gives notice to all persons indebted to said
estate to come forward and mate payment,
and those having claims against it, to pre
sent them properly authenticated for settle
meat, JOSEPH ROT U ROCK, Adm'r.
Oct 9, '72-St
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wiii the mtmr wkkixt nl WirXlT CBU8-
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with wtfcaa withmij W
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grg 6ad5 (Smttits, Qua nsvxte; &t.
JXTST NOW OPENED
TUTEN & ESPENSCHADE S,
And the Jlost Attractive Stock of Goods ever Brought
DRESS GOODS IN ENDLESS YARIETT OF PRICES AND STYLES.
Black Silks, Drap De Alnta, Imperial Reps, Jamise,
Cachmeri Rave, Australian Crape Empress,
Latest Canton Cloths, &c, &c;
IN GOOD VARIETY.
" We. respectfully" solicit an cx imination b-Tore purclising lsewliere.
Any and ercrything, surli at Shairls, CJvths. Cii.isimens, Flannels ,
. Llanlets, L ndericeur, Hosiery, Glares, Sf., SfC.
WHITE GOODS DEPARTMENT,
Of any and everything at prices wliich defy competition.
One of the bet in the county, embracing all the New and Rest Styles
for the Full aud Winter Trade, for Lniliis, Misses and Children the
ame exclusively for our trade at prices to suit all purchasers. Every
, air warranted
Orrocery and (Jueeiisware Department.
For our Grocery and Quecnsware Department we have secured
one of the finest rooms iu the county in the Oil Fellow;!' Hall.
Just opened one of the largest and best stocks of Goods ever
brought to the county, all of which are kindly submitted to the iuspectiou of all
our numerous friends and customers. For quality ami prices we defy competition.
EVERYBODY CORDIALLY INVITED.
"LOW PRICES FOR CASH" OUR MOTf 6.
TILTEX & ESPEXSCIIADE.
Oct. 30, 1 872-1 j . . -. .
D. W. HARLEY & CO.'S
Is tLe place wbeie you can bay
nrirto bent nnl tlio C ls5f a j ?- t.
MENS' YOUTHS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
EATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, AND FUSNISIIINS GOODS.
WE are prepareJ to exhibit one of the most choice anil select Stocks eer offered in this
market, and at ASTOXISI1ISG LOW l'MCES .'
Also, measures taken for Suits and parts of Su'ts, watch will be made to order.
at short notice, Tcry reasonable.
Remember thoplace, in the Xevin
Store, BRIDGE STREET, MIFFLINTOWN,
DR. P. C. RUftDIO.
DEALER IS EVERYTHING THAT CONSTITUTES A FIRST-CLASS
The public attention is also invited to his large' assortment of
Perfected lKw Spectacles.
All persons who are in need of Spectacles will flii'd ft to tlieir advantage to
call, as tliey will find the largest stock in the comity to sclt-et from. COMK
AND HAVE YOUR EYE-SIGHT RESTORED. Aho, a splendid assottmentof
TOILET ARTICLES FOR THE LADIES,
With an mmense stock of NOTIONS 4-Something for everybody, young
and old, at the , . .
FATTERSOX DRUG STORE'.
New Store and New Goo(s.
OH0CEEIES,' PROVISIONS',' id.
Main Sireil, ICfflintcwn.
HAVING opened out a GROCERY AND
PROVISION STORE in the old stand
on Main Street, Mifflintown, I would respect
fully ask the attention of the public to the
following articles, which I will keep on hand
at all Hues t
SUGAR, COFFEE, TEA,
DRIED AiND CANNED FRUIT.
HAM, SHOULDER, DRIED BEEF,
Confectioneries, Nuts, &c,
x Tobacco, Oijurw,
Iloiir. Feed, cc
All of which will be sold cheap for Cash or
Country Produce. Give me a call and hear
1. W. KIRK.
Mifflintown, May 2, 1872.
THE public are hereby notified that the
following' arifcVs of property have been
purchased by me froct Thomas Moore, vii :
Two Cows, three Hogs, ona Breeding Sow,
and eight Shoats. All persons are therefore
hereby cautioned against meddling or inter
fering in any way with saVI property.
- DAVIU WILSON.
Nov. 4, 1872-3t
LARGEST STOCK ef Dreea Goo.la in
eomtv at Tilten & Enpentc&jde's. '
B'lilding, two doors west oftbc Keystone
l'A. may 8, 1872-tf
THE GREAT IjISCOVERY.
Kunkefs Bitter Wine of Iruii.
Kl'NKEL'3 BITTEn WiNE OF IRON
will effectually cure Liver t'oinpl .iut, Dys
pepsia, Jaundice, Chronic or Nervous lle
bility, Chroui Diarrb'e i. t'i-eaw of the Kid
neys, and all diseases arising from a Disor
dered Liver, Stomsirli e,r I ileiiine", such s
Constipations, Flatulence. Inwird 1Mb, Full
ness of Blood to the bead, Aeidity of the
Stomach, Nausea, l)isu-'t fjr Fo'd, r'urne
or Weight in the Stomach, Sinking or Flut
tering at-th pit of the Stomach. Swimming
of the Head, Fluttering at the ll.-an. Cho
king or sctliicating Scns.itio i. when in Ninj
posture. Yellowne1 of the S'in and Eyes,
constant imaginings of evils and r:it ie
presinn of spirits. TilEY ARE EN TlltELV
VEGETABLE and free from Alcoho'ic S i-rvi-lants
and all injurions ipgre lients. and are
pleasant in tatte and smell, mini in their
operations, wi'.l remove impurities fro-n tb4
body, and give boahh and vigor to ilii ':;':m
Kt'NKEL'S BITIEIt WINE OF IKON.
This fruly valuable Tonic has been so
thoroughly tested by a'.l clashes of tae com
munity that it now dcetnei indispennihle
as a Tonio medicine. It costs but little,
purifies the bluod and gifej tone to the Ktoni
ach,. renovates the system and prolongs lite.
I now only ask a trial of this valuable Tonic.
Price $lr.er botlle. E. F. Kl'XKEL. Srl
Proprietor, NORTH Nl.NTU STKfcET.
below Vine, Philadelphia
ASK FOK KCNKEL'S niTTEH V!XE OK
IRON AND TAKE NO OTHER,
If yo.ir Druggist has it not, enclose $1.0
to my' Ad lress, and the medioine. wjtli ad
vioe free, will follow by aezt esprexs train
to you.- Feb. 2S, "i-dm.
ALL KINDS OF BLANK WORK, ftc..drJt)0
at this Office in the nearest manner aud
it Io prices.