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Aw Juniata .rntafl.
WEDNESDAY M'RNlNfl. JAN. 8, l73.
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. ON AND
fiei Sunday, Dee. 22. 1872. Psasepgrr
Train, will leave Mifflia Station as follow:
railadelphia Express 1:10 A. M.
Ful Line 4:0 A. M.
IlrriiNurc Accommodation ll:28 A. M.
t:l P. M.
a! all Train ...
9:03 P. M.
I:f8 A. M.
1: 6 A. M.
4:08 A. M
6:43 A. M.
H:(M A. M.
3:38 P. M.
-.S3 P. M
JAMES NORTH. Aa'l
TOWS A NO COINTItY.
M. S. Quay Lag sold the Bearer AW
ical to Senator Rutan.
The Altoooa Tribune issued, iu pana
phb-t form, a Carriei'e New Year's Ad
dress aud Greeting
E'V. 11 C i'BU. commenced a
proti acted meeting io ibe Jlethodiet
cburcb in this place on last Mouday
Tmc roof of the kitchen attached to
I'atkers hotel, in Patter on. m bunnd
off, about 7 o'clock on last Saturday
Tmii beiii the week of prayer, ler
wice are b -Id each evening riming the
week iu the Lutheran and Pieebyli-riaii
cbiiicliea in this place
T-Ht greatest medicine to abate pain
and rb utnUMn is "Kuukrl's l'aiu Slay
er ' For t- e at tanks & liatnlij e
Drifts tore, .Vifflmlown.
NoTICK TO r AY LP All Person
kiowuie tneniselves ttidehteJl on the
M.h ks f D. K. Stilotff & o ; an: re
quat-d to make immediate (mymrbt.
ri.FAF!Bl.l C'il'Tr voted n the
question f Lical Option on the 29 h f
1 cember laat. The result was t-ix hun
dred .of a majority iu the county against
liquor ltc use.
TllB mniiHgt ment of P. frrV Mum'rnl
Mth!y 599 Broadway, N V.. have our
acknoa Itduirnto for a parcel of new
Music. Among thun are to be found
aucb pieces a Kav of Jjuuslitnt:," 'Hear
to Say my Little Prayer. 'Yttu'll Vl
ways Find tne Tue,' SunbeAm,' Tbit,k
of Me, Darling
Attkntion, Jl'Mata Scovt J Yon
aia hereby ordered to parade in Mifflin
town, on Saturday. January 25. IS3
Fu'.l uuifjiai tor inspection. Muster and
j)y 10 o'clock A. &i. By order of
J K ROUlsON".
MatthiW Ro'iKks O. S.
Br ice Fume buy it is said, is out in a
defence of Mrs. Wootibul! aud Tenuie
O. CUfflin. Reports ate in.li fiuite ; they
Ao not state wLelbcr the editor favors
:Leir fre lure d ctrirK-s. or whether he
favors their rek-ae from llic prosecution
that have been dhecu-d aint them, or
win' titer l.e is a6ailiu the umnuer iu
which ihiir paper was rujtprcsic-d.
Two young m-n, under the iuflttence
it is bt lievcd of the libationn a, thn Fat
lr-on jubilee, visited the geutvmens
coat room on the niht of the meeting of
the C. C. 1 , and took ib-refr.im two
veicoats lieloiiiii to geutleraea at ibn
yarty The theft wss scon discovered
aad the coat looked np. The pai tie
Were not arretted
O. U. A. M Thi follow ii.g nnnfd
persons were iti?f:!l'-d officei of Il:ch
field Council, No Z.'l by l. S. C. I?at
Cuffman. for tbf ensuing fertn : l Geo
8. Mnterli. p : V. 0 V W. KeaiioK
F S Calvin .S. DuDiin ; A-ft. K S
Cyrus .vit'b'r; F. S Jacob Besom ;
3ras. Wilu'ain 8. Ueim ; Ind I. li
Willis; Ex Wil'inuj loer; I 1'.
Bau-Uel tvlmllt-tj herder ; O. F Gt orge
Caivi S. Dim m, U.S.
A 1C)!B'B of the life lotnf (lio.'i.lH, a:il
lumber of thoke wito nr. lor yea:"
f lirt bitterest of enemies of Cl John .1
Fatlermu. Senator elect from Suth Car
olina, entertained the Colonel at a nwi
tion at Will's hotel on New Year's even
ing. Report repr- cents it as a most con
vivial meeting. The Colonel ami Mr
Allison, of the Iti-ptcl-lica. shook baud
cross the "blooify chaiu," and in -ln
queut speeches nnhosomed the d'-cp fei-J-iitgs
of their aching heat ts. The flow
f good spirits was so general and over
powerng that numerous other speeches
were made Toaats, that are always
customary on ettch occasions, were given
and responded to heartily- To one, ex
pressing both the hope and the belief
that tha Colonel will come day occupy
the Presidential chair of the United
States, the Senator responded to in one
of hia happiest aud most elegant fTots
lie declared that hia aspirations had not
reached such an elevtd place, hut that
if the people would give it to him. of
aourse be would take it. and then pledged
himself to all present that if he should
be thus bouored. that every man then in
the room should hare an effice. A num
bar of geullemen present inetanlly grew
considerably taller, and that night plea-
rant dreams of Presidential patronage.
isited the slumbers of numbers of the
happy participants at the reception, as
they leclioed io their beds at home. The
Colonol wears his honors meekly.
I .i . j
Thkrr are but few eysum that do ,
not at some time or other require a tome
Kl'NKEL S BITrEU WINE of IRON
fs noted for he n-iovigorattng powers.
KUNKKL'S KiriKR WINK OF
IKON baa reached an enviable position
among medicines as a curt- f.ir Liver ' 'om
plaiut. IyspepU aud all disease arising
from a disordered liver or stomach, ll
costs but little., purifies ti.e blood and
gives tone to the stomach, renovates the
j system und prolongs life Try this val
uable Tonic. For sale at Banks Si Hain
liu's I 'rug Store, .Mifflintown, l'a.
The TELEGUAPII FOD
DEIl CUTTERS, the lest in
the market, are selling rapidly
at PAISTE'S HARDWARE
STORE. Every fanner should
have one. The money paid for
them is well invested. HaV
one and be convinced.
Mr Jl-FFKHfO Fkuvv, who has lute
ly been oj itirning here with his ."iatt
and niece, has reached hia home in Sel
tua, Ala as we see by the outAtrn
AitjVi of the 3rd i .it. ''hat ptei airo
uakt-s the fohowiug aimntimt mem :
We uotice that iu ,iheaupr-me Couil
o the Uulteti Males, on iie 9:li ult. a
ieuisiou was retrkred i'i favor of M.j m
r ro aud others of this viciuiiy, appi-l
Unts Imdi the Uni'ed ' tales circuit court
in ieXHt-, involving I ho title to lautip
near Waco i'eXts. worth iie.ily half
tnilllou of dollar. VVe cong a'.nlale out
Velieiahlt-friend lie was the pioneei
eilitor of this city ; aod iu is retreineni
and prosperity, we ate sure he will noi
allow his toiling snccefsors hete to enff. i
for food or rniineut, but, remembering the
lahois and caret- ami piMtr remunetaiiou
tit the pmf.-fri.m he once adorned will
t.ike ihi m U tdt-r his protecting wing ant
generotih y pmvide for their wants.
rioUcly e nj-tire that this exc- lleut geu-ilt-inali
l:it liif ssiinciali 8 are at laot ahotil
to reap the fruits of na-o laleirsaud g'li
er a rich harvest from investment un It
1'HK Rrptthlictiii is uneasy as to ibe
authorship of the late anicle in the S X
TIML on die t'liunly riiuting Thev
have a ring of truth about, them thai
aoutids unpleasantly to the tnsiifigt iiieni
of that paper ll intimates that we are
not the ati hor of the articles. It is not
long aince it charged us with ti e author
t-hip of not only the editorials in the Sk
llFL, bat Uo wi;h the couimnnicaiioiif
that appeared in its coluuins. The he.-t
thing that that paper can do is to contra
dict itrelf. It makea a inalL-ioUS thrust
at a young gei.tlt-ui.-in at la' with whom
we are in irietnl'y rrlntitinrliip, m'i
charges him with tlo- au'.huhip of our
two last articles rn the t'ouitty i'n!ili:i;
i he editor ho.- ii'.tuv i at the hea l of
this paper u thf H'.'.h r I the ariicles in
queriion The ni :i sgement of the Re
I vL ran has not shown w heroin they are
not coriect. It has not sho-An that what
we advocated is not tor the benefit
of taxpayer of the county If it
ill add to the coaif-rt of that p iper
we will just s'ate that whnt we ha
written uu the bulj-rct of the Coumy
Priming is scarcely mole than nil ii.tro
duot'iry. 1 h; you g gen;l ina.i chargei!
with a riting the ai licies iu qui stion has
not written a line lor the StM")KI. on
the subject of the County 1'iintii g
C 0 I. This mi sieii tii nrganix ttiou.
known to the tiniiiiiiatt-d ui:derthe chal
w.iu iutiials of C C. 1 . it is Weil known
held their first public but announced
the sixth s:iiniveiaiy on the 1st of
Al.ircll Wi, iu Ur ay l. li a Hull. It was
an exceedingly ph ai-ant anniversary
Since th'U the C C 1 s have been lost t
the sight oi ihv public But. Io ! and
b. hohl ! ap if sua. in -nod from ihe realms
of the air or Irorn ihtt grotto s of the
eattli by the inagician wand, ihn cabal-
istics were su ldeiih brought, pnimiiiently
to the aittuli'.n of our coimuiiuity by
the anntiunct iin-nt that a iin-eling not an
anniversary mt-etiog mm tl he held in
Giay bill hull, on lli veuing of the 3
iust. The village soon beentno all aglow
with aii'u ipatiou of a pi- a.-aol reiiuiou.
for the reiui-iiihiance of the ipeeiiug la-t
yetr cma rushit g back, indened wrth
the rt Ht ction of the social eijovmt uts
and fesiitilies of that occasion. 'Ihe
people talked oi this origination a t;ool
titnl as they 'talked last year, lis origin,
it o'ject. its power, its mastery, its pba
saitt. enjoyments, all weie thoroughly dis
cursed : which only rtsulteil m swelling
the tide iu favor of the mysteiiou-i C t!.l.
Thjs evening of I lie inw ting that was io
biing into practical realization the fui'l
social desire of the many who had de
termini d to b present atthe leunion
About one hundred aud fill' ladies am)
gt-iitleo en were present, aud as the man
agement of this mystery were not op
posed to ama'tur dancing, ample provi
sion ba t been made with a view of the
furthering of that species of enj lyment
The middle, seats of the west aide hall of
the Gi aj bill Building had all been re
moved and ample accommodation for seat
ing the large assembly around the aides
and ends of the room wt re made, by
changing ihe side stats with their bacs
turned to the walls. Miller's s'ring band
of Lancaster city was employed to fur
nish the music for litis interest ing ncca
sion. About 10 o'clock the scene to the
spectators was exceedingly animated and
pleasant. No such a scene had ever be
fore been witnessed iu M fflin or any
other particular place in th county.
There were six sets in ihe evolutions of
the quadrill at one time on the fl tor
Sapper was served at about half-pist ten
oel.K-k.in the east side hall, by Mr
Alh'ight of the Juniata Hotel, and par
taken of by till with a hearty good relish
After supp'-r the main h .11 again becanv
the place for the general gathering and
happy festivity which was kept up until
""l VJ . .
Skates A large lot of Skates just
reevived Paiste's DardwirB 8tom
BOY tit DKL ANCY 'n the 4lt ulu bj
Rev Joepu A Boss, at ttaa residence o' tb
bride, Mr. tlamua',8. It yer. of luBaioa,
I'errjr Co.. Pa., and Mia Jtcanie Delaocy. of
Juniata Co.. Pa.
iicKILLll'S SHAFF On th 1st tost..
at I lie resiJence of th brida's parents, by
Kev. 11. C. Shindie. Mr. Alexander McKil
lipn, of Lancaster Citjr, aud Miss Clara A.
Shoaff, of rerrjrrvilia
ROU1SON IMSCH VFFSTALL. Oa Ihe
2nd iust., bj Rev. F. McBuruey, Mr. John
L. Robison, uf Ljkena Valley, Dauphin Co.,
and MUa Sarah liuicbaffstall, of ttalkertwp.
McUONALU ELPERTZ On the 2nl in-
S'ant., by Rev. II. C Partloe. Mr. Jolia A
McDonald, of Ree.isriile, ad S'U Lucetia
t'. tlbcm. of Lewistown.
AKUOGAbT AUG II SY On the 7th inst.,
by Iter. D. M. UlackireUe-, Mr. Hsnry C.
Arbogaut, of ' Turbfir lown-hip, and Miss
lsab-il Angliv. nf Milf trd tnwnaltip.
Prices of Board of C mmerce.
RaonrieJ weekly far ibe Juniata Skstikbi
hv the Hoard of Commerce of MitUin and Pat
Butler p lb 2-a
Kirgs. V ,,n - 3t
Lard, -(, lb 8
tamniry Sttap...... 8
V'ottl. waalted tin
Dried tpples In
" Peaches, pared 2t
" Peaehe. unpared "S
' Cherries, pitted 2
" Klarkhcrrics 1I
" Kaspherrtes 16
Country llama 12
ides and ShnuMera 7
Potatoes, "pi bus 40
'round Alum fait, fl sack 2 i'R
It&ilrnatl Ties 5 ''
Locust Posts, mortising 3''
" for hoard fenos.. 15
Shelley & Stamliaajh'j Prices Current
CaTCTAL I'ilick. Miiilimown. I
Jan 8, 1S73. I
Pinie Roll Butter, psr lb- 2-
Eira, per dozen 3'
Lard, per III .-. I 8
fallow, per It. o
Dried tpples, par lb 0
' Clierrie. sfdl-s. per lh 17
" ' uttspcded 0
" lilnckbi-rrie" .'. 08
Walntiia. per btis 4tl
t'liickeiiH, litre. pr lh 0
Lttr.vTtfvii Oraiiit l Vti-ii -al , r- naelc ?
D. P. SaloalF & Co.'s Priaej Cu.reat.
Vhite Wheat, bua f 1 7'
Red ' " 1 f.
t'orn. old j . nti
C!overed ft IS'
Timothy need 3 5
Preparad Ccal, V t11 -
... 4 25
. 3 i
V IUiM) ft .
Run of Log, 4 4,
L'a Odtnln no
IVIiiiepiue worksd Flottring.....
"anel Dnora 2 HO to 3 tin
Wiuiiow Saih, 8x10. 1 window.....
" 10x12, "
rtllLAOKLflll A MAitlii: Is,
PuiiAOKi.PhiA. Jan. 7, 1872.
Ftai a The market U d ill. Therf it rn
inquiry for siiiptntoit, an-l the ot'erations o
I lie bora trade are confined to their iinnrdi
ite wants. 12'0 bh.s aold, including
Superfine $1 SOfVtiS 50
Extras f 0 (5, 6 3 1
N. W. Kxtra Family $7 5 (S;8 0 i
Ohio lnd. do. do. f rt Snfifl on
Penna. do. do $8 ftoft.O 2a
Fancy Hrabds. $9 5d(llati
Cba'S Io the W beat market we bare t
na'e a very film IVclinp, but ihtre is rt
tniica ttc'iviiy Sate of we-tern red t $
'.: ; ainl.fr at $2 C2 oi", and white
S '10'i20. K ve is nnmtnal. I'orn is qui
but steady : of 'a 'SI 1 I'll a' Ban far "1
y!hw ; t'.latilf lor n da- an 1 m ti l. On
nrehiehwr; n'e of ''00 1 bua while at 51
3c. an l mix d a itit'tta
8kki'S ' lover-.eea ia in fair demand ; 2'
htt ...Id at !i9J-) j lb. Timo hy sold at $
50 per bus.
PIIILADELPHU t:riLE MARKET
M o.x iat. Jan. 64 P. M.
B"ef cattle were in better demand ihi
we. k. and p ire were rather firmer. Ahon
-70a head rrried and aold at 7a8o for exir
Penna and weso-rn steers ; 9Jo for a few
hoice; Sj-itijc for fair t" fjtad d .. anu 3Jn
5c per lb. rrai. for common
low nl Cai.vi s were nominal at $'.'5a5!.
Receipts 500 head.
heep were ia fair demand Sales ef fa
and choiee at I'.JaTJc and middling at 5 ttijr
Receipia 10 00-1 bead V.
HofC were siealy at $ 2 for cornfed
-ei-iits 1 0 ' hea-l.
YOUNG ixLEN !
t.earn the art of B "'k-Kcepin.-. as taugm
hy Prof DoTT. Principal of Duty's rotnai.-r-co.1
Collene. In eTery city of the Unite
S'ates there is a constant .th-m tud f r Book
keepers, both male and female
By Prof. Dot's method the whole art ot
Kouk-keeping is taught in one -hart east
tesson. jo taat any persan of ordinary imei.
licence can learn it iu 'es than one week,
study. This valuable instruction aill heseu
fbkb to any address upon tbe receipt of
XiT" Agents wanted,
address E. DOTY.
Saratoga Springs. N. T.
KunkeFs Bitter Wine of Iron.
KUN-vELS UirfEK WINE OF IKH.M wil.
cure ail disease arising tram disordered
liver and stomach, auct. as cun-npation. Hi -uleuce..
iuward pi es, fullness of bhHK. to the
bead, acidity of the stomach, nausea, heart
burn, disgust of food, fullness or weight in
the stomach, sinking or fluttering at ibe pti
of the stntnacti, swimming at the head, bur
ried or difficult breathing, fluttering at the
heart, choking or sutfocaiing sensations when
in a lying pos'ure, dimness of vision. e.
Price. $1 per bottle. E. F. Kuukel. propri
etor. 2o'.l North Ninth street, below Vina,
Philadelphia. For sale by Druggists. If
your druggist has it not, enclose SI. Io my
address as above, and it will come by next
express train, and adfioe Ires of charge.
AGENTS WANTED We gaanotee em
ployment for "ill, eilher sei. at $a a day,
ot $2 0 "i or mora a year. New work hJ
B Stmt and ot bets So'perh prrmiums
given away. Money made rapidly and easily
at work for n. . Write and e. Particular
free WoBTBiaorox, Prsna & Co., Hart
Agents Haaiea for BaivanV
The mot(i beautiful edition ever pobfigbed.
Printed on elegant paper, with nearly 5!0
exquisite illustrations. Profits large and
sales sure. Everybody wants this noble
wotk. For circular and terms address juiim
E. POTTER & CO., Publishers. Philadelphia
1823. JUBILEE ! 1873
Better than Pielnrea ia the
NEW YORK OBSERVER,
The Grew Am- ricaa P.-w j Kwnaper.
f S a Tear wltk tne JtBTLEK TSM B0&.
MDXfcY E. HORSK cV I O ,
37 Park Row, New York.
Scud for ii Sample Copy.
TRICKS and TRAPS of AMEIUCA.
IV. at hI you avotd beinx '! by Kiytie--Swin
Hers and iluinbiis Read the "Stab
Spangled lUxsta." A iarg-, 11 u-irne-l 4 i
Ajiumti 8 psice paper. Lt'iyr sia Splend d
Stories, St. let. -s. Talei, 1'oeiiis, W it. Humor.
I'uzxlcs, Hcjipes. .to. ilihyear. $1 a year,
with eleieant I'rnng Ci.romo 4,At:Tt'i
' EAvr.3." ftee to ail ONLY SI. Tat it
osck. Sattff-retion gntrnHtrfi. Agfttts want
ed (luifii KRKK. 8pecimrns, .ve, for 6
tenis. -Address liANNEK," Hinsdale. N II
(PUTSCH'S IMPER'AL BUSSIAN
' 3Iustuxcl. notea e t" i he traUr,
ing'e cans sent postpaid, on leceipt of $1.
W. 11KKV1AN f PRUKtCFF. Reading. Pa
. pOaftEErnC .Mule ICvy .Every cletk
13 "'..ii-. ui-, h..i cat learu at otic?. Rook
uatled.'oOo 11. GouuntNa Ubtaxt, Buffalo.
AifCiita wattled ! All
cla'-es of working p-op!e ot
titer si x, young cr old. make mors money
it work ft.r-tts in their spave mo t.enis or ah
he lime lhan at anything else. Partiru'ars
:re. Ad.ircsB G. Sl'lSSON & CO., Porl-
For any cae uf Idind. Illeed
ne. ltcltttig or L'lceraieti
Piles that He Mlixu's I'iLk
Ckmeiit tails to cure. It is prepared express
v io cure the Pile, and nothing else, iiold
all Druirgisis. Price. $l.uo.
How, Whsn ani Where to AflTertise.
ee the ADVERTIZLRS' (! ZETTE. Ry
ail 25 cents. OKO. P. ItOWELlL A CO.,
1 Park Row N Y.
OK THE t' IiED STATES;
1303 PASES AND 503 EMRAWS.
Written by 20 Eminent Authors, including
I IIX B (JtiL'Gil and HORACE GUEELKY.
This work is a complete history of t-I!
aatielies of indu-ttry, processess of mann-
icture, e'c. iu all a.e. It is a c ui( el.
acvclupedia of aria and man.it'.-ictures. and
- the mttril enit-rtainiiig and Vuluubie woik
t tuf irmalioti on suhjecis of gt-neral ireei-
st ever ottered 10 tne public. We warn
lien's ill every town of the Coiled Slate
aid no Ageut can tail to do well with thi
i o!t." One agent so'J 133 cop.es iu eigt.i
:iys, sitottier sold 3"8 in two weeks. Our
tent in Hartford ao.d3U7 in one Keek.
peciinens sent free on receipt of stamp.
ma TUX '
FUNNY SIDE OF PHYSIC.
800 Pajes, 250 Engravings.
An iniereMiiii; and atnuxing treiittge on the
'ledical Humbugs of Ihe past aud pre-eni.
t exposes (juicks. ln.posiurs. Travelling
Doctors. Patent Aieuiciitc Vendi-rs. Noted
Centals Cheats, Fortune Tellers and Mc linms.
-ltd :ives ioteres ing accounts of Noted
thysi-;iatis anil Narratives of their lives. It
veal startling secrets and instructs all how
a avoi I the ills w hie It n -sli is heir to We
ive excliisire.lerriiory an I liberal commis
i .tts. For ctrcoliirs and terms address ihe
J. B. BTJEE & HYDE,
HAUTfl'liD, ON., ou CHICAGO, ILL.
si fi "'..1r
"Caslo a HKCEiir," "Gees xssir&ia,"
xwaa uw bumr wttnLv wt vxiv aiais-i
. 11AA Af WlMk (CoooUMUSj, Br SAW.
kTwv it ibMCbntno r. tts H ot -W16.J
Anil aw Mt AilMa:" Ifci rtlwi
SakoOsn taraliM AT OMCX
wllk UMit CAICBMS.
can awks bsttir tm .
. iUi aau wlttaay A
kH W ADAMS i
NEW DRUG STORE.
BANKS & HAMLIN,
Main Street. Al.Hti,ttiicu, l'a.
DRCCS A.f "EOlf ISE1,
Hair Krurhee, Tooth Brushes.
Hair Oil, Tobacco,
L ARiiK V UMKTY OF
selected with great care, and warranted from
Purest of WISES AND LIQUORS for Medi
Cer-PilgSC&IPTION3 compounded with
reai care. malli"72 ly
Eitate of Mary MesS'iaer. defeated.
JHIE undersigc:d, to whom Letters of Ad
i ministration on the estate of Mary
Messimer, late of Mifflintown, dee'd., have
bea dul granted according in law. hereby
-ives notice to ail persons indebted to said
'state to come lorward and make payment,
mo those having claims against it. Io pr?--ent
them properlv authenticate! for settle
ment. JOSEPH ROTH ROCK, Ainr.
Oct 9, 72-6t
ALL persons are hereby cautioned against
Hunting. Fishing, or in any way tres
passing on tbe lands of tbe undersigned, in
Milford township. All persons so offending
will be dealt with to the full extent of the
law. P. H. HAWS.
Dee. 4. 1872-tf
' O to the Jckiata SitTistt Job Printing
' timee for all kinds at i'laia and
Print i Dp,
TUt: Fit A lt l .
Main Street, Opposite- Court M,
Are offering Large Inducements to
carriage & wagon makers.
- SADDLERS, .
Tbey have on band the largest stock of
IRON. HORSE SlIOKS, '
Nails, Faints, Leather.
Io the contral part of ths State.
They are selliuj
Bar Trnn at 5c lb.
Horse .Shoes at $7.25 keg.
Best Norway ISaii R..ds at 9c lb
14 inch Horse R t.-us at b5a each.
They are selling
ll Hickory Felloes at SI SO lb set.
IJ Hickory Spokes at $ Oil set.
o. I Gum Hubs at 90c f? sel.
No. 1 Hemlock Sale Leather at 31c fl lb
No. 1 ll.-Jt Oak Leather at 40c lb.
I0B. In order to close out their immense ttock
they will sell them at COST-Hat
Give them a call before pur
Fraufiscns Hardware Co.
Main Street, Mifflintown.
Dec. 11, 1872-tf
D. P. SULOUFF & CO.,
(Successors to D. E. SuloulT A Co.,)
CALCINED PLASTER, CEMENT, &C.
The Highest Cash Prices Paid
for all kinds of Grain.
Lumber. Coal, iVc. Sold at the
Having boats of our own we can freight
Grain. Lumber, f'oal, c.. cheaper than any
ither parties. Wo taerefore defy competi
g!grYnii can make monev hy calling on u-
betore selling or buying elsewhere. .
Ursis will bx aict irao is stosb to Br
solu or tux 1st or Ji-.sr., 1S73.
P. S. Our grain is nut elevated on men',
Mirtliotnwn. pri! 20. !72.
aNTew Store and New Goods.
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, &C.
Hain Street, I&iflintoTCL
fTAVIN'O opened out a GROCERY AND
Ll PKOVIMOX STOIIE in ibe old stana
on Main .oreet, liftlintnwn. 1 would respect
fully ask the attention of the pithlic to ilo
folb.wiiig articles, which I will keep on hand
at all tiues :
SUGAR, COFFEE, TEA,
jp J (J J s v
DRIED AM) CANNED FKUIT
HAM, SHOULDER, DRIED BEEF,
ConfectiOiieries, Nuts, &c,
Xloni, Xeetl, Sec.
All of which will be sold cheap for Ca-h ot
Country Produce. Give me a call and hear
J. W. KIRK.
Mifflintown, May 2, 1S72.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Nsw Sixop in HiSintown.
rMIE subscriber begs leave 'o inform Ihe
a citizens of Midtintown, Patterson an
vicinity that he has opened B'oi and Shoe
Shop, foe ihe present, in the room occupied
by N. E l.itt efield s Tin Shop, on Bridge
street, lilfl ntown. where he is prepared to
manuficiure a 1 kinds of
in tbe most substantial manner, and at the
lowest prices. Repairing promptly at
tended to .
A liberal share of public patronage is soli-
cited, an 1 sati.-faciio i guaranteed.
, A. it. FASICK.
Slay 20. lS72-tfJ
D AVID WATTS most respectfully announ
ces fa the publis that ha is prepared to
SCHOOL BOOKS AND STATIONERY
at reduced prices. Hereafter give him a call
at his OL.' STAND, MAI3 St., MIFFLIN.
JUST NOW OPENED
TUTEN & ESPENSCHADE'S,
Sritlgrc ti-?t, Milllintovrn,"
And the Most Attractive Stock of Goods ever Broifclit
DRESS GOODS IN ENDLESS VARIETY OF PRICES AND STYLES.
Jlack bilks, Drap De Alma. Imperial Reps, Jamise,
Cachmeri Kaye, Australian Crape Empress,
. Uatest Canton Cloths, &c, &c.,
IN GOOD VARIETY.
We respectfully solicit an examination b fore purchasing elsewhere.
Any end erertfihg, turh nt Shawls. 4,'lotlt. dutimrrt. Flannel
Blankets, I ndericeur. Hotter y. Glares, lp ir..
WHITE GOODS DEPARTMENT, !
Of any and everything at prices which defy comjietiiion.
Oar? Shoe Beartmejitj
One of the best in the county, embracing all the New and Pest Styles j
for the Fall aud Winter Trade, for Ladies, Misses ami Children the!
same exclusively for our trade at prices to suit all purchasers. Every '
pair warranted 1
Grocery and Quesnswaro Department.
For our Grocery and Queensware Department we have secured
one uf the finest rooms iu the county iu the O Id Fellows' Hall.
Just opened one of the largest and best stocks of Goods ever
brought :o the county, all of which are kindly submitted to the inspection of nil
our numerous friends and customers. For quality and prices we defy competition.
EVERYBODY CORDIALLY IXVITED.
"LOW PRICES FOR CASH" OUR MOTTO.
Oct. 3f. 'IH72-1
D. W. HARLEY & CO.'S
Is the place where yr.u can buy
Tlio lct tintl tlio Cheapest
? I ? I 9 . S . 1. .
MENS' YOUTHS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, AND FTTSN:SHI2T3 GOODS.
WE are prepared to exhibit ono of ih mst choice and sebet Staeka ever offered ia this
market, and at ASTOXISUI.VG LOW I'lilCES !
Also, measures taken for Suit3 and parts of Futls, which will bo made to order,
at short notice, very reasonabls. t
Remember thn place, in the Xevin Building, two doors west of the Keyston
Store. BRIDGE STREET. MIFFLINTOWN, PA. may fl. 1H72-If
DR. P. C. RUKD.O.
FSXEIXAM Mm iDRirCGISX,
PHALEK IN EVEnYTIIlNO THAT CONSTITCTES A FIRST-CLASS
The public attention is also invited to his large assortment of
All persons who are in need of Spectacles will find it to their an'vanJaje t
eitll. as thev will find the largest stock in the county to srlt-ct from'. ('OMR
AND II AVE VOIR EYESIGHT KKSTORKD Also, a sol. ndid assottn.tulof
TOILET ARTICLES FOR THE LADIES,
Vith an mmensc stock of NOTION'S f)& Soraethitig for everybody, young
and old. at the
PATTERSOX DRUG STORE.
AT PRIVATE SALE
rll E undersigned offers for sale toe follow
ing property, situated in Mi: ford twp ,
Juniata county. Pa., 2j miles west of Patter
son and j mile from tbe P. K R. heuoded
by lands of James North on the trortii and
eat. and by lands of E. S. Doty oa Ihe south
and west, cnniainiug .
Eight Acres and Seventy-Six Perches,
all in a g.iod state of culiivaii .n. Ths im
provements are as follows :
A. PLiiMi HOUSE,
2-x-iO Willi basement and eiiint rooms, thrre
lothes presses and two halls ; also a god
itASS. r.A.N. J-'.ilii. well arranged; als
-pring ll .ii-e. Smoke House, end o ltrriw
eeasary outbuildings. Tncre is also. an abim
-lance of fruit on the premises an Orchard
if over 50 trees. SO being in bearing condi
tion, a ao Cherries and Peaches. There is
X aid Spring of never failing water near the
TERMS: Pries $2,500. One thonnd
dollars la be paid on the 1st of April. 17
when Deed will he made and possession riven
The balance in payments to suit purchaser.
Call at the premises, or a.l Iresa
A. J. II V RTZLER.
Patterson, Juniata Co., Pa.
N. B. If desirable, the purchaser can buy
thirty acres more, adjoining the abova prop
erty, under ewlt-v at ion. at $5') per acr
'ITIE under-igne-i is agent for one of the
a best Force Pumps, for any dep h of cis
tern or well, in the world. By attaching hose
to the spoilt, water can be thrown 30 to -0
feet Nothing better could be asked in case
of fire. It" is a non-freezing pump.
Oakland Mills, Juniata Co., Pa.
LAPtt&sfock of Ready-made Clothing for
ale by HARLKT CO.
TILT EX & ESPEXSCIIADE.
New Liiinkr Yard.
BEYER, OTJYER & CO.
Have orened a Linooer Var.l in ihs b -ough
of Patierson. and are prepared lv fur
nish all kinds of Lumber, st-'li ss
Siding Florin?, Studdhj,
Palhg, SainljS, Lath, Siw, Lz.,
in large or small quantities, l sill? eus
lomers. Persons wantin Lui-.'j"r il-v er.
load can be supplied at reduced rates.
Ui'blt. OL'YKi: i Ct.
Cenree fioht-n, Ageti.
Pattarson, May 15 '72-tt
BELLEFOME. l ENN'A.
D. JOHNSTON & SONS, Proprietors.
The -'Brockerbuff House" has recently been
rrfined and o:i-.erwi"e greatly intprovel. and
i r'bw under the proprietorship of D. John
ston A Sons, (prmerly of ihe ' Leonard House"
ia dearfield Persons visi.inc It. Il-f.nt- oa
business or pleasure will find Ibis a conve
nient and pleasant place to stop free Butt
to and from the Depot.
Nov 1," 1871.
LL persons ars hereby cautioned against
Hunting. Fishing, or in any way ires-pas-ing
on the farm occupied by the under.
aigne i. ia VlilforJ township. All persons set
offending will be dealt wi"i to the m l extent
of tbe law. JOSEPH riTNK.