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Vfo staPAi1 atofcnyq, September ib, :aee
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08NSSYLVA5IA RAILROAD. ON AND
afte .Monday, May 29, Jii, Pawngtr
reins will leave MitHui Station as follow i :
' KiWeiphia Esjwess.. 12.43, A. M.
; 'Fast Lane..-..,...-... 5-.41, A. it
: LHj Bxpresj. ... ......v. 11.21, A;
. 'Ktt.bK.&. EtmUuL.. 11.12, P. !&.
Mail Train......' ........ 3.45, P. M.
J - WESTWARD.
'iiUf:.Si. Erie Mul.v.. 5 27. A. M.J
. - Baltimore Express . 4&9, A- M-
rhiladdphta Express.. f3i, A. M.
'Past Lin.' ... S...8, I. M.
Mail Train 3.5::. 1'. M.!
TKtwfrrantTraia. 10.07. A M.Jjj
; V JAMES NORTH, Ag't.
iiiy exeep t Sunday, ffai! except Mondav.
Stop at VerrysviUo at, 11:23 IT fiaSej)
ll.JM 3:63 " Slop 11 TflCniptvatowu at
. J 8top at Ferrysviile at 3. 19 (if ?ge
(5 9:31. "j Tbompsoatowu at 3.1:3 !:00
ttf la the last Rt'jitter the editor
speaks of P. S. Lipgett, Esq. as 'his friend.
Thin charge Mr. Liggett indignantly do
xies, and wtates that he is unable to im
agine what. disloyal act tie editor gap.
-pcf htm to have been gcilty of, that he
ho'ild be il'-raef?J by an opea charge
&f friendship with the editor. "Come
re out from amodg thejs and be ye sap
A 'ew 5?trTtCABVror. John Roll
inati baa opened ',ut in the Diu;; Store
tasinc.n in the rucra ilth his brother
William the waununiter and Jeweler. In
drnpjin j in we aotice that the room is
Sited up ith the rca'cst Deatncs arsd
tt. Joho kan served his conntrj
faithfi'.Iy, it a e!v ver, e'ntorprisiag young
ias, ao'l we fcvpe to him flourish and
rj 17 a hrge share cf the p-iblic patron
aje. Ci'l and ec him pricei tu jd,;rate.
In iEMriLfcANCE. Oa Monday ereuing
of iaat week Rct. J. S. MaM2r."y, P. E.
of the M. E. C. delivered a Temperance
Leefrc ta thii place at tha cooclnBion of
whirh the J lowing r'caolntion was adopt
RerJircd;-lhl it i the aenso of the
t!;! that Ia!iXeraoOc is on the ii-
creaae and dirmaads th hearty coo?cra-
tioooi'ail ehriatian pcoflc to stay the i
.tiie of i: inflaeoec.
iW'Esr Book Lo.?r. Mr?. Pumclia
'J. Crawford, while coming from McCoy
town, to thi.4 place on last Monday, lot
her pockat hock ccuUioing over fifty
dollars. I: a'so oostaiaed a lead pencil
ilh hery head and a silver quarter dol
ar. Any one finding It arid retarding it
to Kcr io Jirl!:atawa kill be liberally re
warded John P. Iteed, jr. indicted tor the
aiicged murder of Jaesb Ciouao, at Bed
ford, Pa. has been released on bail.
Ked's csuesel were ready and actions to
go io trial, but the prosecution refused to
do co and obtained a postpotiemeot.
S, A Sj'dter'i Picoic will k; acid in
J. J. Rhine's Woods, oear White HalJ,
ic Fayctie towaship, oa SstarJiy, S;p
HA. PeLCsy'.vacia inrnUhed from
April 17, 1861, 13 April 3'), 1SS5, accord
!n to a letter from Provost Marsha! Gen
eral Fr? to Gevertor Cartin, Sdl,939
ircsps without reference to priority of
errit., which varied tioci three mouths
to ihree years. To this number are to be
aided trocri BiiiS dairnce atld emer
geocki. mes whd lef; tiro State to enlist
is other military districts, aad colored
troops recruited to fill p colored rr?aai
saricniin other States, swelling the graiid
total to 479,439.
Tai Pxmocbatic Rlcoep We have
OiBUcencsi this week the publication of
a tesord ot the Dernocratio Party we
hop all our readers tsiU givo it a careful
;ritL K'.ep thee paper', and post
joaraelvta in the record of a party whose
doctrines and iztS for the last five years
are so bhek, daaniig1, disgraceful and
disloyal that had acy other party been
guilty of one tenth its crimes, it would
have darcued it so lew, that it never could
bare offered to show itself again. But
like 8atan they are not cTa-shed by their
record they a:e still Laid together by
:ae saae?:T nzi hop of peb'v
SotwiM' MojicMHT Fcwd Tke
T V- --.v.. . ' : L
rcei to ia from Walker township,
Miss Einma 8. Thomnaoa and Mis La -
yinia.U. Hart, Solicitors:
y He trick , $3 00
J S Thouipion 5 00
R Peihl 1.25
II Strought J.00
C A Thompson l.OOl
H W Strouae 1.00
Peter Kilmer 1.00
D Iletrick 1.00
A Musser 1.00
D Kloss 1.00
W Hetrick 1.00
John II Wilson 1.00
T Kennedy 1.00
D Patterson J.OC
M Rodgers 1.60
E Spicfrer 1 00
W K Benson 1 00
J 'Carpenter 50
J Stionght . 60
R Turner 50
N Funk 0
Wm Ueecher 50
D Folti ; 50
L BoWman 50
O McFarla'nd 50
J P Koisely 50
J Wetnler 50
S B Hark 2.00
fied Hack 1 00
Rct M'Cariutr 2.00
J Thompson 1.00
W II Turbett 1.00
S Riokenbaugh 1 00
F Emrich 100
Y S Folti l.OOi
S Patterson 1.00
W II Parker 1X6
S L Herr 2 00
Miss MKiniloe 100
8 Lstnlonsleer 1.00
J K Rodgers 100
P. S Ifart r 1.25
Wm Rodgers 1.00
J Mootacr 1.00
Wahu Rodgers 1.50
ToUi c . r ;.
BY MISS M. SAETitH AND MIlH 2llLK
OALLGattL, Solicitors. .
Ir P Hamlin
Miss 3 Bride '.
W Cnmmel '
Miis N Kline
M S Beshoar
T Weaver ,
J S Wearer
J A Gallagher 1.00
Mrs C Zeigler 1 00
Wai Fowled - 1. 00
D Fowlus I. CO
W D Seiber 1 00
S Shirk 1.00
.? GincrriCh - 1.00
I M Gingrich 1.00
John Gingrich 1.00
Wm Bratton 50
Wallace Bratton 50
Mrs A Beshoar 50
Barbara SiderS SO
Eph Kaufiman 50
Mrs S Kauffoiaa 25
J tlauttman 1 00
C Muier 1.00
J K inff.uaa 1 00
Jco Kaaffman 1 00
J W Sartain 1 00
Jacob Jlliao 1 00
Mrs M N..bio
Mrs J Kerr
Chas ZeieJer 1.00
8cl Shirk 1.06!
Julia Rank 25
Amt. previously aok.
Total receipts $289 85
E. 8. PARKER, Treasurer.
Valvable Farms fo Salk. Joseph
McOlclland offars for sale the farm on
which he resides in Spruce Hill tdwhship.
1 1113 county, containing 110 acres of good
land having good buildings at 1 o'clock
r. M. on Wednesday, October 85lh, 1865.
A!?o at the amo time and place a farm
situated near the above containing 40
acres with good buildings, Ac. And on
the nest day at the some hour being Oct ,
"C,!i (an not 00 t5l
5th as the bnys
ptintcd it on th6 bills.) lh Farm cf Mrs.
Mary A. Thompson adjoining tho aodve
and containing 213 acres with good build
ir.g?, ic. These farms are about four
miles west of Perrysvilie on the road to
Academia, are very desirable propoitia
and pleasant hones.
Bears. Our frieend Snyder has anoth
er, bear captured on the Shade modntain
hack of town in one of Tyson's pens. He
is at the Hotel and crowds como to see
teg" We are compelled to postpone our
oomweuts on our nominees this weik; fur
the present we can only rexark that they
are all very eieelleotand worthy Cen.
In them the cause of the Suldiera Was
Vikmost Election. RctSrcs from
HG towns (being more than three fifths
of all the towu? in the State) show that
15a Republicans and 8 Democrats have
been elected to the Lcsislaturb.
We publish to day the official returns
of the Kentucky election, giving the
vote of the State Treasurer and the vute
for Members of Co agrees The total
vote for Treasurer foots up as follows :
Garrard, Dom, 42,187; Neale, UnJon,
42,032 ; Garrard'a majority. 105.
The total vote for Mcuhers of Con
gress foots up as follows ; For the Oppo
sition members, 67,502 ; for the Union
member, 64,008; OposS'ifch majority,
The Senate will stand 19 Union and
19 Opposition, and the House of Repre
sentatives 6S Opposition and 42 Union.
Jftj In the Win trial, on Saturday.
Lieut. Col. Chandler. foTtreYlv ic fha I
r -L.i . . .
Rebel service, who made ao inspection
of the Andersonville prison, testified to '
the wlifferecceof Gen. Windef to the j
oomfort aud health of the prisoners !
Winder said to him, it would be b'etrer'tc.
let one-nalt of the prisoners die, so that
they could take ewe of the rem ami."
t ;r''- .-. j . , , -
jWicie. wuaa.ttrw-rd promoted ,
! important A naoaneemens
ik'ailM USnSaMina 1 IP l.uva .In r-
,.V - .
! mark that it is highly probable that a fcw
! more issues of this paper will tercifcUi
all our counection with tbia office. H o say
mawuhieei.uff, ot jiS regret uo.
Antv tlnrincr nvnr sra nf fffftnt-
, , , ,. , -, . .
f ul war and high political exoiteraent, we
have conducted the Organ of the Union
Party of this County. W love them,
for they hare been kind to us, often
exceedingly so, they have shown that
kindness by a generous support, by gift
ly eyfipthy, by liquidating the fine aad
costs ofolitiea. prosecution, snd we will
part with them with very great relue-1
tance bu. duty seems to call us to a
. . 3 . . . j
more befitting position. Hs have one
what w; propiWd, when we first pUrchas-
.1.1. n-. j tt 1..- vi 1 mation 01 saie oy me uouri, ana 'ne riniB
ed the OfEce, and now feel honorably at tr m Jt of ' u 1866;when , de4d wiU
t:a-. ... r.u rt.. . ' , . , j il r
liserty to withdraw What arraniremenU
will yet be made, time must, show, and
will be announced blreafte'r) Vn taetoiean
time le' all true fiiends .of the Union go
to work resolutely and secure the election
of the w'hote Soldiers' Union Ticket.
8. Both oT the Surratt Orgies 'cowa
town are out this week in columns of
abuse of our nominees iacluding their
usual lies, ribaldry and blackguardisra.
Let any one compare the several issnee of
the. SKNTiSEt 6l"nca their hontinatios,
with their urgansj and then fty who has
commenced to ounduct the campaign ky
a personal ulu.e of candidates. Howev
er, wfe ecaTi ti.el ooiupeiled nejt week to
vindicate our'oWn ua.l retort in good style.
UIFFLISTO It .V A XO
Super. 6bi. $6 50
Eit'ra,.".......... 6 75
Fancy,. 8 SO
Bye. ewt- 3 00
Buckwheat, 4 00
Butter, prime $ lb 30
Butter, -n rate
TUow - 12
H'ogs. 'aixwt 15 00
Ham. lb 25
Corn Menl,... 1 5
White vhet.... 2
Red Wheat ti bu
Sides & Shoulders 16
Foro qr, cut 9 00
Hindqr. . 10 00
'ch'ckens. pair 50
bus 12 00
Geese, 1 00
Turkey. 2 00
COAL, "il ton
Treventon atove 8 00
Applex, 1) bu 2 50
do Ere 8 60
Sunbury stove 8 00
reaches, " qt
do btz 00
New Irish. "jS bn 75
Swe? 3 00
VARIETIES, , .
Apples. "S bu I 25
Oak. I 3 00
Hiokory, 4 00
Timothy, 10 30
Clover,,.,, - 8 00
Oniona - 1 00
White Bean,.. 2 50
Beeswax. Tt 45
Soap. Jry i 10
Wool, washed...- 60
Coal Oil gal . 90
Salt, Id sack 3 60
Pla.ier, ton 10 00
In advance Si 00
$ B. M. Todd-
rmLAiJELPHiA Markets. Flour
7.25 7 75 Supetfine $8 00 8 75
for extra; $9 12 for fancy brands.
Rve flour and Corn tneal $5 6 2o
Wheat. Red $2 05 fSl 2.10 old
Pennsylvania $2.15 2.20 Pennsylva
nia White $2 40.
Rte. 95e (Si 105c.
Corn. 92e tor yellow 95c for white.
Cats 16o 50e.
Clover Seed $3 9 SO.
Timothy Seed $4 25 4.50.
Flax Seed $3.00 per bu.
I16 nc!fadtkalmantkouUitaleat.Otd. 2.18
Ca he th Inst.; by Rev. E. W. Kirby, Mr.
Wa. H Vise. t Hnminjlon edtinty. to Min
Elite A. Orner, ef tebaroti. tk.
Tho Long Looked for Como at Last i
Florence Sewing Machine.
This machine is tCe moat perrect instru
ment to execute any kind of aewiog now done
by machinery in the world. It is simple and
perfect in ita mechanical eonstrnctien. Tie
feed tiny be rcvenioj at any point desired
without stopping, .hich is a great advantage
in fastening the end cf seams.
It makes FOUR DIFFERENT STITCHES,
Lock. Knot, DoubU Loth, Doublr Knot,
each etiich perfect and alike on both
sides of the fabric.
Operators can select any stitch they want and
changa from cife sti'.sh to another with
out stopping: the miooine- . .
Ita stitches cannot be exelied for firmness,
tlactisity durability and beauty of finish.
No dlificol'y experienced in sewing across
Sews light and heavy fabrios with equal factt-
It wiff Braii. Tick. QuR. Cord, hem, Ftltl
Bind, Gather, and ao all kinds of Stitck?
iny required by families and ciaflQfaefnrers.
The. work will feed either to the right or left,
without stopping the machine.
The most inexperienced find no difficulty in
It is thoroughly practical and 'easily under-
s'ood t "
It has no tprmgi to jftt cut of brtr, and will
last a lifetime.
It runs eailr. and is almost nolsebss.
It " tne most rapid sewer in the world ; nfct
inn five ttiteket to tack revolution.
, ' th. Mm, iiM thnud B h.tft aides of
K Cil' -?. ckiBrs oetng o
Ever machine is vnmnted io on eafo-s wJ-
iIVacwin9o,1l ha is claimed for it.
for this couutv. By caUine at her remdence
i0" iIB Street. Mifflintown. one of these ma-
shines can be seen in operatica '
.fttEbep 12, 1866-Jy. .
Orphans' Cojrt Bale..,
I fTlHS onderaimed. dmlnikiralor of Wo.
JL &h , d'St iur for lest pub
Ijocuicry. by onfcr of the Orphans' Court, on
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7th 1805,
... . . . . ..... . . ...j
"tici 01 una. sitnaiea as ootb iicm,
I iby 6f Montg0merv Jamison,
Thomas Killer's fleirs. Jofaft Kinzer and
others, conuiaing atoct
more or lasa, with the.apperiaaaaoea.
There is a rood Lojt .Frame House, Frame
Ban.a4 thr oaf buildings om the pramiaos,
and. also, excellent water apa caoi jo irmt.
trould,mak a desirable heme f-r acy one
! wishing a small farm.
TRRM5: Tea per cent of the purchase
! rooney t0 b, psiJ whB u, property U strick-
eu down, one-half of the balance on confir-
he triren and cosaeasion riven.
, . , SAMUEL LEONARD, Adtkr.
THE UNITED STATES WILL SELL
1 AT PUBLIC AUCTION,
At Clitapiftn'3 City BaznAr
" ' Xo, 1126 Race Street,'
on each WEDNESDAT . . SATURDAY
AFTER THE. 20TII DAY OF SEPTEM
BER commencing at 10 o'clock A. M.
. These Mules are all eerviceable, and so Id
only for want cf use. Buyers are invited to'
exitiuipe i jem at any iime, ana everj laoiuiy
will be given for a thorongh inspection.
oouy. sheds are provided for itispection from
sun and ram. ,
tTerrns Cath in 'Government Funds.
ALBERT S. ASH MEAD,
Captain and A. Q. M
The nnderained offers his services to tfec
public as Vendue Cryer and Auotiooeer. He
hits, had a very large experience, aud fevla
confident that he can givo. satisfaction to all
who may employ him. . He may be addressed
at Mifflintown, or found at hie bctre in Fer
managh township. Orders may also be left
at Mr. Will's HeteL
Jan. 25, 1864. WILLIAM GIVEN.
ijuv;! - PHILADELPHIA ( ,,.
1860 A PER HANGINGS. 1 18Ga
rtOUELI, St BURKE,
WINDOW CURTAIN PAPERS,
Corner FOURTH and MARKET 8lr
N. B.ASne stock of LINSN FHAbB
tantly oa hand. . . Pah. 16. t665-3m.
LA N D FOR SALE !
'PUE UNDERSIGNED OFFERn AT PRI
X yatc sale a lot of land situated In Walk
er township, Juniata eounty, adjoining
lands of Jacob Shllenborgcr. Daniel Went
aril Wi i. w Xiercdiib, containing, about
About 18 of which are cleared, and in good
gru&s. tho balance being well timbered. Tasre
Log House Snd Frame Bank Bara
on the premises. Also good 4&ter and fruit
trees. . . , :
For terms and further informatidn inquire
't th undersigned residing near Mexico, at
keh place letters may be addressed to him.
Idly 1 Jib, to. WM. CRIMMEL-
DR. P. C Ri'MDEO. of Patterson.
Pa., wisbm to .inform his friends and pa.
troasthathe has.remqved to .the house on
Bridge Street opposite Todd & Jordan's Store,
Milflfctown, Juniata County. Pa.. OSce
oa Main street South of Bridge str et.
ALL AND tjlAMj.NE " '
onr Stock of Ready Made Clothing before
you rnrchase Elsewhere, you will find on 1
hand a good assortment for Men and Boys
ware, which wiil be sold cheap for cash or
Jan 1-tf Patterson, Pa.
K. C. STEW RT,
Atijjlintotcn, Juniata Co., Pa.,
Offers his professional services to the pub
lic. Collections and all other business will
receive prompt attention. Office first door
tlorta of Belfard s Store, (upstairs.)
TiriLLIAM M. ALLISON,
' Attorney bt Lac,
Will attend to ,U business entrusted to his
ears. Lace on usin street, .i-mictcwn, ra.
rpHE andersigned will promptly attend to
A tfaa aotlection of claims arainst either tbe
State or National Government, Pensions, Back
Pay. Bounty, Extra Pay, and a!l other claims
arising out of the present or any other war,
collected. . ... ,. .
, Attorney-at-Law. .
Miffiintown, Juniata Co., Pa. febl
a. ja- Biaif 1 m, js-m
WATCrfivTA'ICfctR JEVf EttR. !
No. 148 North SECOND Street, Corner of
4a assortment of
Silver & v. -Plate!
consUetlyoo hand, Suitable far UOHUSJ
.ataT Repairing of Watcbas and Jewelry
prosody attend 1 to
.... . j-s f . 7?
sssaaae ' taw I
rrfitv. UNDERSIGNED RESIDING IN i
X Baale towaahip. offers at private sale his
valuable Farm located in Spruce Hill , town
shin, Juniata eouStty. Pa. 4bont 6 miles Weet
ot Perryaville and the Pa. R. R. bounded by
land of Same B. Okeson, Silas Smith's
Heirs, James Fitigearld an! Wm. Thomas,
and containing about
abcut 125 acres of which ire cleared and wa
der good cultivation, being the very bestqual
i'ty or Limestone land and' in fine oder.
There is a good BANK BARN, D WILING
HOUSE and other out. buildings on the prem
ises-well watered and the woodland well
timbe'rW. .. . , , .
For further ip format ion parsons can call
upon Thomas licloy now living on the prom
ises or address the undersigned at Doyle's
Mills Juniata County,, Pa.
Ettatt of Ltfdori Hcnyhtycoul, deed
Notice is hereby given that letters of Ad
ministrator of the estate of LelTord Haugha
wout late of Fayette township, deceased, have
been grantee, to the nndersijtned residing in
the same township. All pereon knowing
themselves indeb'ca to said eatate are request
ed to make immediate payment ASd those hav
ing claims will plee-se present them duly au
thenticated for Set'-leienf, ,.
Aug. 9, '65.-Ct- JoVtmumtor.
L'ltC.e of Itaac Rolimn, dee'd.
$otic's is hereby girefl that letters of . Testa
mentary on the estate of Uaao Rcllmaa Utef f
MitHintown, deceased, Eave been granted to
the , .undersigned residing in Fcrman igh
township. All persona knowing . the in -aelvea
indebted to said estate ara requested to
make to immediate payment and those hav
ing claims will please predctt them duly au
thenticated for settlement..
Aug. 2, lSo-Cf. Executor.
,. Ettatt of $tnj. Toder, dee'd.
Notice is hereby given that letters of Testa
mentary on the estate of Ben. Y?dci-, late
of Delaware township, deceased. have, been
granted to the undersigned residing in the
same township. All persons knowing them
selves indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment and those having
claims will please present them duly authen
ticated for settlement.
Aog.2-6t. . Executor.
Ettatt of Wtllia Dunn dee'd.
Notice is hereby given that Letters of Ad
ministration on the Estate of Wm. Dunn late
of Fayette township, dee'd, bave been grant
ed to the undersigned of Walker towp. Al
persons knowing tbemDs'tes indebted to said
estate are requested to make itEirediV.e pay
meet, and those ba?& Claims will pleasa
present them duly authenticated for settle
July 2-St. SAMUEL DUNN, Adm'r.
BRILLIANT, EASY SHINING,
Composition of Neat's Foot 01 and pure I
2. Ivory Black, imjarting to BOOT and
SHOE LEATHER tin aoftsess and p'.iuncy rf j
KID while with one fmrth the lar tsuaiW i
empioyea in tne appuca.ion ci mn or i.aarj
Blackings, it produces a JET BLACK IN
A MEL GLOSS, efjuallcd only by Patent
Sold Retail by ail GROCERS AND SHOE
DEALERS. OrJers received by American
Agency. 386 Broadway New York, and whole
saled at the
131 ttettd trect,!.T
WATCH MAKER k JEWELER,
SliTER VISE ND ISFORTEE OF WITCHES
No. 118 N. Second St.. Corner Quarry,
,. , 1 . ....
11a has censtantly on hand an assort
ment of Gold aud Silver Patent Lever.
Lepine and Plain Watches : Fine Gold
Chains, Seals and Keys, Breast Pins. Esr
Kings, linger Kings, Bracelets, Miniature
Cases, Medallions, Lockets, Pencils. Thimbles,
Spectaoles. Silver Table. Desert, Tea, Ealt snd
Mustard Spoons; Sugsr Spoons, Cups;. Sap.
kin Rings. Fruit and Butter. Knives. Shields,
CcinJa, t Diamond. Pointe t Pens, tta., nil cf
which tclll be told lea for Cath !
3T. I. TOBIAS 4 t'O'S best quality full
jeweled Patent Levet Movements constantly on
hand; also other Makers of superior qnality.
N. B. Old Gold and 5i'.'rcr bought for CmAJ
ft OROVE & GO.
hiatal ornia bsicu ttfrthaU
t ass i-iAii3;.H
GRAIN FLOUR, &C.
K. W. Cor. Howard MiilL'cUTy fits-
Sjapr Canslgnmonts of Grain, Flour, and
Country Produce, respectfully solicited. Aleo,
a large and general assortment of" Groceries
F. GROVE & CO.
DEALERS A MAJTUPACTTRERS "oT"
Cigars, Tobacco and Snuff,
Ao. 164 Fa.4.KLI Mrttt
asrwtEM oaxx.x akd rac stsxxts,
QUICK SALES AND EMALi PKCTITS.
Superior IirroaTin Cioans, fine Cstw
130 Tosacco, and Lxar cf every description,
with a general assortment it Pipe. outf
I?a09, resry Ai:ie?, ii . li lTSa
wm mjjvia a u 1 uasjju
. .. 0 . . '..)
THE anderalgued would respectfully '
inform the citizens of MiffliUowa 1G
and vicinity, that he haa opened a Tnr tlin J
elry EstablishinsnL on Mam Street, Mifflin -town,
in Thompson's Hotel, third door from
the corner, where he will keep constantly ea
Sand and at greatly reduced pries. -
Gold and Silver Watches, . . ,
And a general varitv of CLOCKS. FIN'OSR
RINGS, BREAST PiN3, E-1R RINGS. GOLD
PKNS. and PKSCIL8. 81LVKR PLATED
WARS, Sl'KCTACLES. together with a com
plete aaaortment of Fancy Gocds.
i SSA.The repairing ef Clocks, Watches and
Jewelry promptly attended to, on short no tie
apd on very reasonable terms. Ail work war -ranted,
to. gite satisfaction. The public are
respectfully invited to give a call.
tf THOMAS R- McCLELLAN
Aeg. SO, io&j. ,
LIBSOLTJTIOI . 5F PARTHERSHIT.
rpHE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORP
A existing between the firm of Wtlso n A
Bros, and trading in the Merctintiie bn
iness was dissolved by mutual cooottt en tbfl
16th if August 1865. All peraor.s indebU-t
to said firm are requested to mike isime-iiato
ptticect and thereby eave trouble.
WILSON & BROti.
The Business will be continued at the old
afan 1 in the name cf
L. W ILSON i CO.
Ang. 2d, '65
REYSOLD'S OHIO PUMP
Something .Vcw, t7tfi a Valuable irtrt
thn fir the rttrpl.
THE gfBriCRIBER HAVING rURCIIAi
ED tue right for Junltta onnnty. It U
the above named valuable Pump, dt.irea
to call public attention to tho same. It is
fas first end ouly Double Acting Fum? In ea
istence. -:- - . , - ,
This reciarkabte pnmp bae a.trac:e-i tea
attention and received tho approval of sientiSa
men a'.! ever tbe country.
I will exhibit it at lbs Hotel cf R. M.
Thompson. MiftJinwwn, Pa., with, wacm or
ders may be left in my absence.
Public 8cdl EsafttnationB.
Public exitttnations of tecbers for the va
rious districts in Juniata C-ouniy, yiL S
held as follows :
At tbs Sobool Houie, in the bsronh ef Fat
terson, September I,
.. At the Schcol Honee, in tbe bc-ough ef Ftr-rj-sville,
At Spmce Hilt School Hcnss, for Spruce
Hill dint- Sept. 4.
At Lick School Hotts. fcr lack district.
Sett e. .. .. . . -
Ai MXunouoh's Mills, far Tuscan re dis
trict, -icFt. 7.
At Johnstown, txr Beale d!stret, Sept. 9.
At Mexioa, for Walker district. Sept. II-
At Thompaontown, for Delaware dUtrist,
At M'AlistersviUe, fi l ayette distriet, Sep
At IiicbfirlJ. for Monrce district. Stpt. 13,
. At Knonse's Sciccl llause, fir Sux'tnaa
ns. ciistriot, Stpt- 1- .
At Thcss Coi' for Grtcswaod dittrict.
. At Loccst Grate, fsr Milfcri dijfri?'. Stp
it M!fflla, for Fcrmanujli diitrlct. S-.-t
.it fcr Mifflin Vr-ugh, Set v
The examinations will beg a at 9 o'c'.:k
precisely It is h"p"d that applicant wiU b-a
arcdont at the timj otopvcU g No oaa w4.I 5.0
admitted iati the class r-.cre than hi.'f an ton
fterO o'clcck ; th is widbe ng'diy aitcro
EacU appltoant is reqUer:d to 00 too pro
vided with pen, ink ml at last three si.ee-
No certi5cate avtrag:ng more than S ) will
be gratttl, unless tt tbe urgent request of
the board tt directors ; nor a certificate in
which all the eetentisl branches are nut rep
rssented. Directors will please attend to baviog tka
hoose opened by o'clic" A. M. Nagltct cf
tL:S may put me to great inconvenience.
11. 1. ZIMMERMAN.
Ccnttty Sept, Juniata county. P'
Perry sVi!!e Aug. 8, '6-5-!!.
Insurance Conijianv h eir Vork-
Cash Capital - Two Millioe Dollars.
Assets 1st Jan'r. JW "3,785,503,42.
Liabilities, - 77,901,5;
THE llsjyiE' is an old, ?!! est abiUJi
ed and reliable eotcpiiriy. No premium
note. No assessments. It insures all kinds
of property or (ood, fur any length cf time,
paying promptly in case of loss by fire. Ap
plications solicited snd polinier iistted by
A. U. WEIDJMN.
Agent at Mi'-flistc-rn, Pa.
TliZ undersigned L&ts retuA tad 30-i
eut the ,
in MIFFLINTOWN, in the cellar oedar the
Union Hotel, kept R. M. Tb--;i, aai -liclts
a portion of tbe public pat.-onage of
citiiens and Soldiers. Give ns a call and we
will try and give anything io, ct:r lias sf busi
ness witii gentility and jrcrrp.'nosa.
h:k im ccic.
Aug. 30-3t. 3. W. PECK.
ALE XTS P 1? D D Y 7
RESPECTFULLY offers bis services to tbe
public of Juniata scucty. Having Lad a
large experience la the basiasss cf Vendue
Crying, he feels confident tbat he en render
zecernl tisfacti?c. He can at all times be
cor-sulted at Ms reitdeece in Mifflintown, Pa.
Aug. 15. 1563.
JTo. 520 ARCII Strtat, ahoe I'ilth.
& -inn fact ure r anl Dealer fa
SOLID SltVTR WARE,
aa-i eg-tler Silver Platsvf Ware
Tlarca 20. l-Rf.'la.js