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tyt Juniata Sentinel.
ITEDN'ESDAr MORNING, JUNE 11, 1873.
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. ON AND
f after Monday, May 20, 1873, Passenger
Iraiu iU leave Mifflin Station as follow :
Philadelphia Express 1:10 A. M.
fast Line 4:0s A. M.
Southern Express C:57 A. M.
j-scific Express 10:07 A. M.
Ilnrrishurg Accommodation 11:28 A. M.
MU Train- - C:33 P. M.
Cincinnati Express 8:50 P. M.
Tiitsburg Express 1:08 A. M.
Cincinnati Express 1:'.3 A. M.
goutberu Express- 4-10 A. M
Pacific Express 6:43 A. M.
Usv Passenger - 10:07 A. M.
yil Train 3:38 P. M.
last Line 6.33 P. M.
JAMES NORTH. Ait't
The following scale of prices for announce
tnts of candidate, in 1b Sextiml, for of-(j-t
at the approaching election to be pub
lished weekly until the Primary Election
will h rig'1'1 adhered to: Senate. $15;
legislature, $10 ; Sheriff, Register and Re
corder, Commissioner and Treasurer, $3
etch. Cuntuiuiuc&tions recommending eia
atUlcs for office, 23 cents per line.
So announcement or communication will
be published unless accompanied by the
TOWN AM) COl'STBl.
One Ltindreil days of Lot weather
Mi!'ions of young shad Lave been put
into the river at Newport.
The coming corn crop has already
tccn pronounced a failure. Who knows ?
Favorable for wheat, but unfavorable
for corn and gra?s The weather of the
Charley True Las reached the vein of
imn ore he dug for last week. It is 24
inches in thickness.
Thpy are catching men all through the
Vest, on the suspicion of being mem
bers uf the Bender family.
The most beautiful nights in all the
yettr These moonlight nights in the
" merry month of June."
Joseph Martin is excavating for the
foundation of a dwelling house on his lot
on Kast Washington street.
Scaled proposals will be received by
the School Directors of Fermanagh
tonnrhip for the building of a brick
echool house near Cuba Mill. See ad
vet tisemtnt iu another column
Sixteen tous of weighing machiues
pnr day were the produce of the Fair
banks Scale Works, of world-wide fame,
TliK Auuual Commencement of Tus
carora Female Seminary, at Acaderoiw,
will take place on Tbuieday, Juno 19th,
1S73, at 10 o'clock A -M.
The Methodist Church is befog torn
down. On the top f it, as bury as the
busiest, miy be seen. llev. Mr. Pardoc,
the palter of the Congregation at this
Farmers are talking of making hay.
The yield expected may be greater than
last year, but it cannot be large. TLc
drought last eummer killed the young
TtiR m st extensive scaffolding in the
interior of this State is that on the front
of the Masonic Temple at Uarrisburg.
It is constructed of scantling and boards
aud is a wonder of its kind. It makes
country people open their eyes.
Tub Democratic Representative con
ferees of the counties of Mifflin and Ju
niata met at Lcwistown on last Saturday,
and elected Dr. Shaffer, of Mifflin couu
ly. Representative Pelegate to the next
Democratic State. Convention.
The sheriffs along the Juuiata liver
should see to it that the fiah law is not
violated. If they fail in thi6 duty, in all
probability the "Stato Fish Commieeion
ers" will remiud them of it through a
process of law. "A stitch in time savis
Tub business public will be glad to
learn that Jacob Stambattgb has again
embarked iu the dry goods business here
at Mifflin. He and II A. Stambaugh
are associated in the business at the old
etaud, the firm of Shelley & Stambaugh
having been dissolved.
An Irishman was standing by the side
of a Frenchman, who was lost in won
der at the magnificent sight before bim
the Falls of Niagara when he exclaim
ed, "Sure, f hat's to hinder !'" There was
nothing to hinder; mitheris there any
thing to hinder you from bnyir.g your
Chairs from Wm. F. Snyder, iu Mifilin
town, Pa Remember, when you r.ant
to buy Chairs, that Le is the only one
that has all kinds of Chairs on hand,
and he sells cheaper than the cheapest.
All work warranted to give satisfaction.
An exchauge writes as follows on the
subject of postage on county papers,
which is as applicable in our columns as
in its own, with the change of name :
The new postage law which goes into
effect on the first day of July next, re
quires the prepayment of postage on all
regularly issued publications sent thnmgh
the mail. Each subscriber of the Senti
nel, by going to the Postmaster at the
office where he receives his paper on or
before the first of July, can with fi.ee
cent prepay the postage on it for the
next three months, or for ten cents six
months. We would advise this payment
for not longer than six months by all
residents in the county, as doubtless the
law will be modified early in the next
session of Congress, so far as regards
the circulation of papers in the county
A Man passing- Dr. Rnndio'a T)n
Store, in Patterson, was heard to remark
to a fellow, "They can get anything they
want in there," The remark JmoKes
consideiable, but is true with a very few
exceptions. Wa do not sell sharp knives
to children, toby cigars to Lalf-errown
Doyg, or spirits to minors or persons of
intempiirate habits, but any sensible
adult, with the cash and a prescription,
will receive ready attention and any ar
ticle usually kept in a first-class Drag
Thk Largest and Finest opening of
Fine Press Goods ever offered to the
people of the county for the season.
5,000 yards of the newest and most
desirable styles of Silks, Mohairs, Pop
lins, Grenadeens, Sec, all of which are
Black Thibet Shawls, silk and wool
fringe. A beautiful line of fine Brussels
aud Ingrain Carpets, of the most ap
pioved patterns. All very cheap for
Tilt km Ac ExrsxscnADB.
June 11, 1873
MiFtLiN county has no giants to kill ;
if it had, it is probable that some one
would come to the surface as a second
"Jack, the Giant Killer." They have,
however, an active, '-Simon pure' snake
killer, who don't look at little creepers,
but snatches up the big snakes witli an
astounding destruction. Here the Ga
zette on the snaky feats of Puffy that's
his name "Duffy killed a black snake
last week at Bixler's Gap, thirteen feet
and nine inches long, and measuring six
teen inches in circumference. On the
same day he despatched four rattle
snakes. He is our champion snake
Db. Cb a wford aad W. Cramer, Esq ,
put four black bass in the Juninta river
on last Friday evening. As to sex, the
fih were equally divided, two-beiug
malts and two females. They were
placed in the water on the Patterson side
of the river. The first fish went up
stream, the second down stream, and the
third and fourth headed for the Mifflin
side. They had been obtained at New
port, and were all of a lot of tweuty-nine
that were intended for this place, that
had been placed in a fish-box the even
ing before. During he night a fi-h thief,
or thieves came along, bioke open the
box, and stole all away except the unm
ler above stated. The fellow that stole
them firh ought to be ridden by a night
mare stuffing black bass fish-bones down
his dishonest throat every night for at
least a mouth.
Johnstown, May 31, 1873.
The Juniata Scouts met according to
previous notice. An hour was spent iu
the forenoon in sabre ejercise, and about
an hour and a half on horseback in the
afternoon. Forty one men mounted.
After drill the company was marched
through the village aud drawn up in line
in front of the rcridence of Judge Oles.
1 he venerable gentleman made a short
speech aud received three hearty cheers
from the company. After returning to
town, three cheers were proposed and
given for Johnstown, the ladies aud the
good dinuer. A vote of thanks was also
given to the gentleman who kindly al
lowed us the use of his field for drilling
The men were then paid for the past
six months service. Messrs Wm lleid,
II C. Slrayer, llenry Crimmel and Jas
Poyle joined the company.
Adjourned to meet in McAlistcrville on
the !a?t Saturday in September.
J. K. KOBINSON, Captain.
Matthew Rodgers, O. S.
To Teachers. At the commence
ment of a new school year, I would re
spectfully call the attention of teachers
to the following resolutions, adopted at
the Conference of County Superinten
dents, held at Uarrisburg, Pa , June 3d
aud 4:h, 1S73 :
Resolved, That we recommend the
policy of raising the grade of provisional
certificates, as fast us the circumstances
of the several counties will permit.
Resulted, That Theory of Teaching
should be made a specialty in examina
The time has come when it is ncces
sary to raise the grade of provisional
certificates all over the State, and Jnni
ata county must not lag behitid, but must
keep iu liue with other counties.
Ou Theory of Teaching I would re
commend teachers to study such works
as "School Economy," by James Pyle
Wicktrsham, A.M., L. h. D. ; "Methods
of Instruction," by the same author;
"TLeory and Piactice of Teaching," by
I). P. Page, A. M., and "Ogden's Science
of Education aud Art of Teaching."
These are good works. I would espe
cially recommend those parts of said
works that treat immediately of the
teacher and his work in the school room ;
aud I hope no lady or gentleman will
come to the examinations without care
fully studying at least one work ou
Theory of Teaching. My experience in
visiting schools is that many teachers
who are very good scholars fail in meth
ods of teaching, and particularly in
teaching primary classes. There is a
scier.ee of teaching, and he who would
teach well and make himself worthy of
the name of teacher, must study that
The examinations will begin about the
middle of September. The County In
stitute will, be held at Mifflintown in
November or December-
D. E. ROBISON,
Tiiosk afflicted with Pains and Aches
should try KUNKEL'S PAIN SLAT
ER, a valuable remedy. For sale at
Banks & Hamlin's Prog Store, Mifflin-town.
A convention of the Connty Snperinten
dents of the counties of Clearfield, Bed
ford, Blair; Huntingdon, Mifflin, Juniata,
Perry, Dauphin, Cumberland, York,
Adams, Franklin and Fulton was held
at the rooms of the School Department,
Uarrisburg, Pa., Jane 3rd and 4th, 1S73.
The convention was organised by choos
ing the followiug officers : President, Dr.
J. P. Wickersham Secretary, R. M. Me
Niel, of Huntingdon ; Committee on Res
olutions, 8. D. Ingram, of Dauphin, D.
F. Kast, of Cumberland aad J. A. Greg
ory, of Cleai field. The sessions were
private. The following were the princi
pal subjects considered : " The educa
tional wants of the people," "The work
of the Superintendency ; the difficulties
encountered in that work, and the modes
of overcoming these difficulties." It was
deemed proper to publish the following
resolutions m the county papers, and cull
the attention of teachers, directors and
citizens to the subjects contained therein
Resolved, That we deem the holding of
local, district and county institutes of
great advantage to teachers, directors,
patrons aud pupils, and recommend that
greater efforts be put forth to make them
Resolved, That in conducting institutes,
citizens and directors should he invited to
take an active part in the exercises. T'
Resulted, That we consider only two
regular professional instructors necessary
at a county institute, and that teachers
should be afforded a full opportunity of
participating iu the exercises.
Resolved, That the Committee on Per
manent Certificates after their organiza
tion at the county institute, appoint a
regular time of meeting for the examina
tion of teachers, and give due notice
Resolved, That we regard the practice
of granting the use of school rooms dur
ing the summer season to persons not
holding legal certificates as injurious to
the cause of education, and recommend
that it be discontinued.
Remlvcd, That we recommend the
policy of miring the grade of provisional
certigcatcs, as fast as the circumstances
of the several couulies will permit.
Resulted, That theory of teaching
should be made a specialty iu examina
tions Risolord, That where schoo!s are
gradtd, they should all be subject to the
supervision of the principal of the higher
Rnolccil, That the subject of proper
outbuildings for schools is too much ne
glected, and in view of the evils result
ing from this cause we recommend radi
cal reform in this direction.
Resolved, That we strongly recom
mend the more frequeut visitation of
schools by directors and patrons, and of
patrons by teachers, believing that great
good is accomplished by these agencies.
Resolved, That we recommend that
directors submit their plans to the county
and State superintendents for approval
before erecting school building.
Rismlced, That the State Superinten
dent be reijtu-sted to devise some plan by
which greater uniformity in the grading
of certificates throughout tho State may
Rvtolved, That we heartily endorse
the plan adopted by the State Superin
tendent in calling hcal conferences of
S D. Ingram.
J. A. Gregory,
D. D. Cast. )
Panohamic lixHinmo.v. Drew's
Beautiful Panorama of Egypt and tbe
Holy Land ill be exhibited in the Luth
eian Church, Miftliutown, on Wednesday
evening, June IStli, for the benefit of
the Lutheran Sabbath School. This
Grand Exhibition has been executed on
a scale of surpassing magnificence and
splendor. Tbe various scenes are faith
fully represented on a large scale from
Photographs taken on the spot, by Rev.
Dr. J T. Barclay, several years a Mis
sionary in Palestine and Egypt. It is
moral, chaste and beautiful, and its his
toric interest, its rare and expensive de
signs, its beauty of execution, and it9
high-toned character, render it one of the
most attractive and instructive works
ever presented to the public. It has re
ceived the highest testimonials from the
Press and Clergy, and has been pro
nounced by competent jndges one of tbe
handsomest works of modern times, illus
trating, as it docs, the grandest localities
in the world. An explanatory lecture
will be given.; - Admission- 25 cts., chil
dren 15 cts. The public are respectfully
invited to attend.
Nursery. Fifty different kinds of ap
ple trees to select an orchard from at the
Nursery of Michael Brubaker and To
bias Page, one mile north of Oakland
Mills this cotiuty. Trees vary iu size,
5 to 7 feet, and prices range from twenty
cts. for a single tree down to fifteen cts.
per tree, per hnudred Messrs Brubaker
and Page deliver all trees ordered. They
will also fill orders for any kind of fruit,
shade or ornamental trcs desired, and
deliver them when desired, by those who
Persons who order trees from their
nursery, receive them fresh from the
ground, get them cheaper, and will have
the satisfaction of knowing that they
are patronizing a hjme entcrprize. Ad
dress, Brubaker as r age.
Oakland Mills, Juniata Co. Pa.
KUNKEL'S BITTER WINE OF
IRON has reached an enviable position
among medicines as a cure for Liver Com
plaint, Dyspepsia and all diseases arising
from a disordered liver or stomach. It
costs but littla, purifies the blood and
gives tone to the stomach, renovates tbe
system and prolongs life. Try this val
uable Tonic. For sale at Banks & Ham
lin's Drug Store, Mifflintown, Pa.
Attention, Farmers 1 If you want
to buy a good Reaper, examine the Hub
bard before yon buying any other. Its
gearing is all neatly inclosed, and it has
changeable motion. For sale by the un
dersigned residing iu Walker township:
Also the Taylor nay Rake, the best
rake ever introduced into this county.
Prices of Board of Comtferee4.
Reported weekly for tbe Josiata 8itiwl
by the Board of Commerce of Mifflin and Pat
Butter m - -
Lard, lb .......
Country Soap .;..;:.
Tallow ,..... .,
Wool, washed ...................
' Peaches, pared
" Peaches, nnpared......
" Cherries, pitted - ...
Country Hams ..
Sides and Shoulders.....
Potatoes, 7$ bus ...............
Onions " ...............
Ground Alum Salt, sack
. . 40
Kanroaa lies ..... ............
Locust Posts, mortising .........
" " for board fence
Ji & H. A. Stambaugu's Prices Current.
Cbtstal Pal.ack, Mifflintown, 1
Jane 11, 1878. (
Prime Roll Butter, per tb. ......... ..j..... 16
Epg'. per doien lo
Lard, per lb ......... ................... OS
Tallow, per lb . 08
Dried Apples, per lb......... 04
" Cherries, seedless, per lb 17
" " unseeded 04:
" Blackberries .. 08
" Raspberries 20
Walnuts, per bus 40
Shellbarke...! . 95
Potatoes - 60
Chickens, live, per lb-... 08
Shoulders ' . 07
Sides " ; 06
Liverpool Ground Alum Salt, per sack 2 00
D. P. Snlonff & Co.'s Prices Current
White Wheal, $ bus. '.. $1 55
Red ' " 1 60
Cloverseed 6 00
Timothy seed 3 50
Prepared Ccal, "fc ton ...... ..$5 26
Nut 4 25
Pea " " 3 10
Bituminous" ". '- ...Li 6 00
Lcmbib. J '
Run of Log, 4 4, 1000 ft .$35 00
6-8, " .- 25 00
8-4, " 25 00to40 00
C-4, " .... 2500to4000
Hemlock Frame, " 2000
Boards, " 20 00
Whitepine worked Flooring...- 35 00
" German Siding 35 00
Panel Doors ..... 2 00 to 3 00
Window Sash, 8x10, $ window....... 65"
9x12, " 75
" 10x14, ...i.. 90
- PHILADELPHIA MARKETS.
PuiLAPXLrbtA, June 10, 1873.
Ftoca The market is dull. There is no
inquiry for shipment, and the operations of
tha home trade are confined to their Immedi
ate wants. 12C0 bbls sold, including
Superfine ....... $4 50(nj5 50
Extras $5 756 60
N. W. Extra Family $7 25f)8 60
Ohio & Ind. do. do $8 25S 25
Tenna. do. do. .. $8 25,9 25
Fancy Brands...- $'J50,1150
Gbaix The Wheat market is without im
provement, and there is very little' demand,
except from the local millers, fur prime lots.
Sales of 1,500 bus. western red at $1 Clal
7ii ; In Rye nothing doing. Corn is in rood
supply, but there is not much activity: Sales
of yellow at 68atjOo ; 400 bush, of .white at
67e ; aud mixed at SSaCQc. Oats ja better
demand, and 10.000 busb. western sold at
52a524o for white, and 47a50c for black and
mixed. . ."t :
Selus Cloverseed is dull and nominal at
8a8Je. Timothy sold at $3 75 per bus.
PHILADELPHIA CATTLE MARKET.
M os dat, June 9 4 P. M.
There was a fair demand this week for the
better erodes of Beef Cattle, but other kinds
were neglected. Sales of choice and extra
at asc ; fair to good at ba.c, and common
at 4U5c. Receipts 2000 head.
Cows and calroa are dull ani nominal at
$50a73. Receipts 250 head.
Sheep attract considerable attention at full
prices ; sales of choice at CJe. fair to mid
dling at 4aiJo per 11). ano common at $'2a3
per lead. Receipts 8000 head . ,r
lings were lower. 4-300 head sold at $7 25
aS 100 lbs net.
BISHOP HUZZAED On the th inat.,
by Rev. T. J. Sherrard, Mr. Philip Bishop,
of Mil ford township, and Miss Lizzie Huz
xard, of Mifflintown.
SIEBEK APP On tha 10th ins!., by Rev
D. M. Blackwelder, Mr. Joseph -Sieber, of
Fayette twp., and Miss Alice M. ll. App, of
Susquehanna twp. -,-(-.
WILSOS On the 4th inst., at her resi
dence at Oakland Mills, Mrs. Martha Wilson,
in the 79tb year of her age. ;
FOGLEMAN On the 7th inst., in Walker
twp., Mrs. Mary C, wife of Simon Fogle
Diin, aged 80 years and 12 days. ;.
GRAY On the 27th ult., Miss Mary An
geline. daughter of James W. and Catharine
E. Gray, of Tuscarora township; Juniata
county, formerly of Perry county,' aged 14
years, 3 montns and 5 days.
The deceased was lovely in her life and
died in the enjoyment of a good hope of eter
nal life. Besides her bereaved family, she
left many friends to mourn her death.
Orphans' Court Sale.
BY virtue of an order 6t tH'e - Orphans'
Court of Juniata county, tbe undersign
ed, Administrator of the estate of Reuben
Landis, deceased, will expose to public sale,
on tbe premises, in Delaware township, in
said county, at 1 o'clock P. M., on
SATURDAY, JUNE 21st, 1873,
The following real estate of said decedent, to
wit : A Tract of Land in said toisashipf-eon-taining
lJs Acres, bounded by lands
of William N. Brook hart, Amos 8tahl, Uriah
Shuman and others having thereon' erected
a good two-tory ,.7.
BANK BARN, Shotmaker Shop, aad other
outbuildings. There, if a good Well of water
at the door, and a fine selection of choice
Fruit on tbe premises. .-..-..-
This property is located In Pfouti's Valley,
in a good farming neighborhood, about three
miles east of Thompsontown, and about one
milt north of the Penna. Central Railroad:'.
TERMS OF SALE. Ten per cent, of the
it.K,n nnn to hm Tt&id when the- nron-
sua vmkuv "wa J r XT
erty is stricken down to the purchaser ;' for-
- . i . . -
ty per cent, of tbe same wnen me saie is con
firmed by the Court, and the remainder in
two equal instalments, payable on tha 1st of
April, 1874, and the 1st or April, 1875, to be
eeoured by judgment notes.
will ba civen bv calling
upon Wm. N. Brookhart, near the premises,
or by tne unoersigneu-
. - CO. WISEY
Adm'r of Reubea Landis, dee'd.
Stock of Goods
IN THE OUNTY,
To Offer to the Public
Af THE .
VERY LOWEST PRICES,
Just Received from Eastern
Seeing Them will Guarantee You
J. k II. A. STAMBAUGH.
NEW CRYSTAL PALACE BUILDING,
June 9, 1873.
Large Stock at Laird & Bell's, in
rpilE undersigned have now open and
JL ready for inspection and sale a large
and well aelected stock ef New Goods, con
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
WOOD & WILLOW WARE,
ITis-il, Halt, &e.,
AH of which we will sell at prices that defy
competition. All Goods warranter! as repre
sented, or taken back and the-moaey re
Don't fail to call an 1 examine our stock
before making your purchases.
frT Terms, Cash or Produce 30 days
time to responsible and prompt paying cus
tomers. Monthly accounts not allowed to
lap. Statement cf accounts furnished on
the 15th of every month.
LAIRD & BELL,
Corner of Main and Juniata Streets,,
jay 7, 1873. Patterson, Pa,
D. P. SULOUFF & CO.,
(Successors to D. K. Suloulf & Co.,)
Grain, Lumber, Coal,
CALCINED PLASTER, CEMENT, 4C.
The Highest Cash Prices Paid
for all kinds of Grain;
Lumber, Coal, &e., Sold at the
HaTing boats of our own we can freight
Grain. Lumber, Coal, &o.. cheaper than any
other parties. We therefore defy competi
IgyYou can make money by calling on us
before selling or buying elsewhere.
Grain will be received i store to be
SOLD BT THE IsT OT Jc.1t, 1S73.
P. S. Oar grain is not derated on men's
Mifflintown, April 20, 1872.
S. B. LOUDON,
xErirs svildIxo o-v
Bridge Street, Mifflintown, Pa.,
Desires to inform his friends and the public
that he on yust received a fine and fatkion
able stock of SPRING GOODS, consisting of
CLOTHS Pluin Black, Blue and Brown.
CREP Dahlia, Brown and Blue.
TRICOT Black, Blue and Brewn.
VIAGOSALS Blue and Black.
CHEVIOTS All Shades.
SCOTCH HOODS All Styles.
BLACK D 0 EStlXS A Superior quality
PA VT3 ASP VEST PATTERHSTmt.
SUM HER (J 00 V"S General Assortment.
I will sell any of the abore gooas by the
yard or pattern.
I also keep on batrt a full line of BUT
TE RICK'S PATTESXS, consisting of Men,
Boys, and Children's Shirts. Coats, Pants
t&r I will manufacture to order all kinds
of cutfroM work. PRICES Reasonable, to
suit the times.' . .
Mifflintown; Aptil 10', 1872.
ALL persons are hereby cautioned against
Hunting. Fiehinr. or ia anY way tres
passing on the lands of the undersigned, in
Milford township. All persons so offending
will be dealt with to the full extent of the
law. P. H. HAWN.
Dec. 4. 1872-tf
All kinds of Job Work neatly executed. 1
D. W. HARLEY & CO.'S
Is the place where you can buy
rJa?li tiest and. tlie Oliexipest
MENS' YOUTHS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
HATS, CAPS, LOOTS, S20SS, AITS FU22nSEIN& O00ES. . 1
WE are prepared to exhibit one of the most ehojee anJ select Stocks erer offered ia this
market, and at ASTOXISIIIA'G LOW PRICES!
Also, measures taken for Suits and parts of Suits, which will le mndc to order,
at short notice, tery reasonable.
Renvmbr-r tlio place, in tbe Xevin tiuildiug. two tfoorS west of tfio Keyst'.'ifc
Store, BRIDGE STREET, MIKFLIXTOWN, TA. may 8, lH7J-if
WHAT TO WEAE,
Just tep into SAMUEL STRAYER'S
ranerson, ra,, ana no win ieu iou bii aooiu xi.
H.tvtsa just returned from Philadelphia and Jfcw Tork, he ean supply you with the
Latest and Choicest Styles of
CJlo tiling' of i 1 1 Iviiicijs,-
Coats. Pants, Vests, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, Watches and Jewelry, Nctic'ns, Fur
nishing Goods in endless variety, Carpels, Floor X)il Cloth, F-frr?t?e, cheaper tliaa
the cheapest, for tbe same quality of goods. Call in and be convinced.
ffS- Measures taken and suits made to older.
Patterson, May 14, 1873.
THE GREAT DISCOVERY.
KunkeFs Bitter Wine of Iron.
For the cure of weak stomach, general de
bility, indigestion, disease of Ine nervous
system, constipation', a6idiiy of the stomach,
and all cases requiring a tonic.
The wine includes the most agreeable and
efficient Salt of Irutf we possess ; Citrate of
Magnetic Oxide, combined with the most en
ergetic of ycgctablc tonics Yellow Peruvian
The effect in many cases of debility, loss
of appetite, and general proitratton, of an
efficient salt of Iron, combined with our val
uable Nerve, is most happy. It augments
the appetite, raises the pulse, takes off mus
cular flabbiness, removes the pallor of de
bility, and gives a florid vigor to the counte
nance. Do you want something to strengthen you?
Do you want a good appetite?
Do you want to build up your constitution ?
Do you want to feel well ?
Do you want to get rid of nervousness ?
Do you want energy ?
Do you want to sleep well?
Do you want brisk and viperous feelings ?
If yon do, try Kunkel's Wine of Iron.
This truly valuable Tonic has been so thor
oughly tested by all classes of the community
that it is now deemed indispensable as a
Tonic medicine. It cos's but little, purines
the blood and gives tone to the stomach, reno
vates the system and prolongs life.
I now only ask a trial of this valuable
Price f 1 per bottle. E. F. Cnnkel, Sole
proprietor, 25'J North Ninth street, below
Ask for Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron, and
take no other. If your Druggist has it not
send $1 to my address, and the medicine,
with advice free, will come by next express
For sale by BANKS & HAMLIN, Drug
gists, Mifflintown, Pa.
(I'eaKEKLT Woo & Mans.)
ST1TI0N1RT & PORTABLE
Tae Best k Most Co!n;lr-lo ;soi-tinrt
in the Market.
Then Enrin-s him Mwny mnlnnmcl tV; nry
hKrhest Ktiind.ini of -xvil"nce. imik-- th
mirauf.vturv of Enriw BuiWn ami Saw Mill a
Tcilty. We have thf Ian.rt nn-t mtmmpteta
works of th kind in the cointry, with nudunary
Mkffwily hiptft to orii.
i We keep rotMtnntly in pro lunfo nutnbr. of
Engines, which we f urnUli nt tho very lr.v,-st pries
and on the shortest uotier. W fcaiM Jvnjnn-!
nraollv adnptvd to Mine. Saw MilU Grit MjlU.
TiuinerMa, Cotton (iuK, Thresh; and u.l
of manufacturing. ..... .
Veiniww Im.ldina; the orMrot-t T-we Ciirn
for Baw Mill, the best and inuat complete haw mill
tm invented. . ...
We make the niaanfnctai of tw JIill ontflu a
special feature of our hunos, and on furciuh
complete on thetshortflstno-M.
Our aim la all tau i to furnish the best ma
chinery n tl" mrlt, and work absolutely un
equalrd for b.-uty otilii-n. economy anl ittrength.
bend for Circular and Prico Lwt.
UTICA STEAM ENCINE CO.
ITIC., W. Y.
NEW DRUG 9TOR.
Main Street, Mifflintown, Pa.
DIC08 m VEIfCMEsV
Chemicals, ivye' Stuff,
Putty, Coal Oil,
Infants Brushes. Soaps,
Hair Brushes, Tooth Brushes,
Hair Oil, Tobacco,
3igars, . , . Setions,
LARGE VARIETY OF
selected with great care, and warranted from
Purest of WINES AS D LlUUKS forJieili
6rPRE3CKlFilO;,3 componnaea wun
great care, maion-iy
. blatchlet's improved
g s Cucumber Wood Pump.
Tasteless, Durable, Efficient,
and CLeap. The bast Pump
r .1.1 t .. . ..
lOT IDE lea-b IUUUCJ. SVILCU-
tion is especially invited to
lilatchley s Patent Improved
Bracket and New Drop Check
Valve, which can be with
drawn witfiout removing tbe
pump or dls'nrbing the joints.
Also, the CiTper Chamber,
whitfh nefer cracks or scales, and will outlast
any other. For sale by dealers everywhere.
Send for Catalogue and Price-List.
Chas. U. l'LATCHLEY, Slanuract r.
506 Commerce St., Philada., Pa. j
HOW TO WEAR IT.
CLOTHINQ STORE, Bridge Street,
goots anil Allocs.
Naw Shcf ifi infSiritawn.
THE subscriber bejs leave to inform tha
citiiens of MilUmtown, Patterson and
vicinity that he has opened a Boot and Sbo"
Shop, for the present, in the room ocrnpiod
by N. E. Litt.efield's Tin Shop, on Bridge
street, Mifflintown. where he is prepared to
manufacture all kinds of
in the most substantial manner, and at the
lowest prices. tgU Repairing promptly at
A liberal share of public patronage is soli
cited, ani satisfactioa guaranteed.
A. B. fJfSlCC.
May 29. 1872-tf
Boot and Shoe Shop,
milE ,tnfliTi(rnil " rtiKliinnnlila Cant W
L and Shoemaker, herebv respectful- 5
ly informs the public that be has located
IU luq uuruugu Ul 1 aoci duu, at uri rr sic
pared te accommodate the most fastidious ia
j LADIES' WEAK,
I Gents1 Fine and Coarse Boots,
! CUIL D REX'S WE A R, cf- C., C: O.
Also, men. line; done in the neatest m.inner
'and upon the shortest notice. A libern
share of public piitronace is respectfully
solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed.
. BS?" Shop located on the east sida of Tus
carora street, one doer south of Main stree,
nearly oppot-irs Lairi & Bell's store.
J. TT. DEAN.
March 8, 1S72
NEW BOOT it SHOE SHOP
In llevin's New Building on
RRIDUE STKSKT, MlFn.IXTOWN.
THE undersigned, late of the firm of Fa
sick & North, would respectfully an
nounce to the public that he has of er.cd a
Boot and Shoe Shop in Major Neviu's New
Building, on Bridge street, Miif.ii.town. and
is prepared to manufacture, of the best rfls
terial, all kinds of
BOOTS, SHOES ASD GAITERS,
GENTS', LADIES AND CtlfLDUEN.
IIo alo keeps cn aa
Selected stock pf
1 1 a large and weii-
cf nil hinds, for men, women and children.
ALL WOKK TVARltANTF.P.
Give nre a call, for I feel confident that f
can furnish you with any kind of work yott
Bty Kepairin done neatly and at reason
able rates. J. L. NORTH.
May 31. 187-'.
rpHE undersTgVed hereby respectfully in
JL forms the- citizens of MfflTtTown and1
Patterson that his wagon, v??)l visit each of
these towns on Tl'ESDAV, THCRSDAY and
SATURDAY mornings of each week; when
they csa be supplied with
during the summer season, and also PORK
and SAUSAGE in season. I purpose fur
nishing Beef every Tuesday and Saturday
morning; and Veal and .Mutton every Thurs
day ir-orrin. Give mi your patronage, and
will guarantee fo sell as good meat as the
country can proutfe'e, and as cheap as any
other butcher in tht county.
WASTER We will give men & women
Business that will Tay
from $4 to $8 per day, can be pursued in
your own neighborhood ; it ia a rare chance
for those out of employment or Laving lei
sure, thue i (Jfrls and boys frequently do as
well as men. Particulars free.
Address J. LATHAM & CO.
202 Washington St., Boston, Mass.
' March 2C-6t
ALL persons are hereby cautioned against
fluming. Pishing, or in any way tres-'
passing on the farm occupied by the under-'
signed, in Milford township. Ail persons
offending will be dealt witn to tbe In. I extent
of the law. JOS El' II FUNK.-
Sally to the Plaee There yoa can buy
your Wall Paper- Pheap.
THE undersigned takes this method of in
forming the public that he has just re
ceived at his residence on Third Street, Mif
flintown, a large assortment of
of various styles, which he offers for sale
CHEAPER thiin oan be purchased elsewhere
in the county. All persons in need of the
bore article, and wishing to save money, are
invited to call and examine his slo:k and
hear his prices before going elsewhrTe.
A.Larzs upFy constantly on band.