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WEDNESDAY MORNING, No
TOWS AND C CSTItr.
- Blanks for OU Leiies, for nile si
tlii ofier-- - -
J6T We desire Local correspoadents
. in erery Town and Township in the Coun
ty. ; Will some of our subscribers kindly
act in this capacity, and send us along the
Ladiks' Furs Ileclit ad Sirever. of(J. Ulunkets ot all kinds, Sheets, ru-
Patterson, bate the largest stock of La- jow uasea uou ioweia, o. ac, aiso, posi
iiet' Furs in the county. They havejtie!y a large lot of Artitlery and Caval-
them at trices to suit the times. Call and
Purr ! PcrF ! ! Pufp ! ! '.. The Lent ( S55 It is ascertained from an official
eiirar Fve smoked for a long time. Weia-! source that.the army of the United States
man keeps the same kin J at his cheap j has not been reduced so low as seems to
Book and Stationary Store, two doors be-1 have Icon supposed. Its full and avail
low Suyder'a Hotel. Give bim a eall. (able strengtH exceeds 180,000 men, of
taj1 We call the attention of our read
ers to the anvertisement, ia anotKer col
cuio, of John H. Beale. Mr. Beaie ot
ters at public sale, on Saturday, Decem
ber, 2nd, a valuable fifteen asre lot, situa
ted one-half mile from Johnstown, Taa
Another Bear. On Saturday last,
our friend Mr. Jacob Will, of the Penn
sylvania tlotel, this borough, succeeded
in shooting a bear on the Shade Moun
tain. The bear was a young one, and
when dressed, weighed thirty-two pounds.
We were not aware that rlr. Will i an
"old bear hunter," and the fact that he
shot the bear, places him one ahead of the
ether huutcrs. There has been about an
even dczen of the ''varmints" captured
in traps, in this county, but this is the
firsl one that has been shot this fall.
Thi Fisn Cos vbnttdk. A meeting
of the citizens of J uoiata county, is call
ed to assemble ia Mifflin town, on Tuci-'
day evening December, 5, (Court week)
for the purpose of selecting delegates to
represent the ioterest of Juniata county, i
in the Great Mass Fish Convention to bej
held in Harrisburg on the 10th dy of!
January, 18G3. I
The object of the Convention is io te
CTi'e the enforce uaent ot the taw enacted
by the list Legislature, requiring corpora
tions aid owners of Jams on the
hannah and iu principle br anches, to re-1 0a J;e lst ncar McCunccVs Mill,,
move the obstructions br construct Sluices ; Tusjarora township, Mr. WILLIAM WOOD
eo tkat Shad, Salmon and other fuH can ! WARD, in the 6SrJ year pf hie age.
pass ur the stream. We hope the eiti-j On the 29th nit., in East Waterford, of Ty-
eens of our county will take in interest
in this matter, attend the meeting and se
lect gnod and influential men to represent
them in the Convention at Harrisburg.
Fall axd Wistcb Fashions As
a subject in which our lady readers are j
deeply interested, we publish the fashion j
cews. gleaned from a late Magaxiaa :
Drmorrtt ssys that the broad bc'.t.
with which our ladies have di..ied
themealvcs during the past season, bars
been superseded b? those more sJariel
to proportion ; the huge, ungainly buckle
is also in disfavor, and is' rerilaaed t? a
small neat clasp, prettier and more col-i
Bonnets are smaller and
ever, with square crows out half iway, !
nd pieced with a bit of straight cape
lulle veils are worn.
Hair is still very fashionable, but
not so elaborate over the forehead. For
dress material, black prevails, but plain,
subdued colors are worn. The heijhth
of fashion for walking attire is a dress
with short, half-fitting sack of same ma
terial .belted down, the skirt long and
trailing, looped when on the street. Xo
real inventions are chronicled. Square-toed
shoes have been abolished, sod they are
ruade now very narrow with small heel.
Total List PeCiimbei Teiim,1SG5.
-Although k do not receive st.y eomj-sn-fatiou
for inserting the following list, yet
we publish it as on item of interest to our
Amos ?nydcr vs. Robert McCrum, ur-
viving psrtner of the firm of McCrum & ! .
W. II. Patterson et 1 vs. Jas..Nonh ;
efal. ' j
Patrick Evers f?. William Lowry.
Andrew lvyan'and Wife vs. Hiram Yeigh
; rirectors of the Poor of I.aneas-ler
. wountyvs. J"ohn Oarmatr. ' '
? Joh Adatnn tmd ifo vs. the Iennsyl
tania Railroad Company.
Frederic tscVrrawier vs. Abraham Smith.
Philip Swarli vs.. Abraham Smith.
Frederic Scbrawd'4r vs. Abraham Smith
. ; Isaac Bau'ghman vs. George Mauss et al.
EInor McCchan vs. flu-try S. Cos!: en.
Admiitititrator of John" Hardy.
William Okeson vs. Michael Hire.
Solomon Books vs, the PenDttylvania
Bailroad Compapy. ' '
Sarah Teigh vs. Joshua Vaaorirtr et nl.
. "sarr 3. M.ir;-;T ' i t
Z: n f r. 1 TJ -?tSM 'S . -fi .
i et price for all kinds of country produce,
nrMi8 at dVCbeap Store, i. 1V.W-
T. htm f.v ViMirBOlVPA
JJT U1UI uu OtC ll J w
1 GKEAi SitK OF ABMT CLOTniNO IN
MirPLiN Amos Ruffenbergcr, Esq., of
York county, will eell at the Public House
of Jacci) Wilr, in Mifflintown, on. Friday
November, IT, 1865, at 10 o'clock A. M.
a Urge lut of Goverosnont Clothing, such
as Oyer" Coats, Dress Coats, Jackets,
U'o'jscs, Pants, Shirts, Drawers, Stook-
V calos, tiny wiuics, une-uuo
fired llalters, &c.
which on e-hali is on each side of the
Mississippi River. .
iS There was a destructive ' fire at
Philadelphia on Thursday evening at 0
o'clock, at Bancroft's Mills, between Me
dia and Chester sts. One of the largest
factories, with its contents, was destroyed.
- The Fenian excitement still con-
tinues in Canada. It is rumored that
plot has bean discovered to rob the bank?
and much uneasiness is. felt in conse
quence. MoxiTEUZR, Vt., Sov. 9. lion. Ja
cob Collamer, United States Senator from
this State, died at his residence, in Wood
stock, last evening,
Onlhe iitfi., inst., by the Rev. R. II. Flet
cher. Mr. SAMUEL NEIMOND, to Miss.
ELIZABETH C. ZBIDERS, both of this
On the 9lh inst.. bv the Ptv. D. J. Resin, at
, u,0 hous, ,f Alex. MeClure, Esq., Mr. 3 AM-
UEL ZIGLER, late of the 49th P. V., to Miss
MARV.C. DEES, all of Tissarora township,
Juniata eaunty. Pa.
0a tte 2nd inst-' T Re7 Mcr.shss, Mi IS-
r-AEL SHAFFER, of Juniata eounty, to Miss
! phoid Fever. Mra. PRIStltLA Ki
45 years. 7 months and 7 dnys.
On the 9:h int., in Spruce Hill twp., tf Ty-
I phoid Fever, JAME3 MARTIX. Ksq.
; mifflinto ny Ay? PATTERSOX
Butter, prime lb 4T
Butter, -n rule SO
i allow. 13
Eggs, ) aoi 24
Hess. pl cwt 15 00
llaui. "V S 25
Sidce & Sho2!c'era 13
F"',re qr, 9 cwt 9 00
Hind qr 10 00
Super. U bbl. 7 50
Fxtra,... 7 75
Taicy t 00
Rje, y cut. i 00
Buckwheat, 4 00
Corn Meal, 1 75
a,.i';vhei,,a'bu 2 00
Chiskeas, f pair 53
Gesc, 1 CO
Turkey a 2 09
ct.ovgry w bus
HiLnirsrian,. . . .
apples, 1 bu 2 60
Peaches, " qt 5 50
Sew Irish, V u 100
Sweet. 3 00
Apples,, bu 1 00
Onions, 1 00
V7hite Beans,... 2 60
"ceswax, R ' -4a
Soap, dry 10
Wool, washed...- 60
. 8 00
. 8 00
. 4 00
. 4 60
Col Oil -ri !-al 1 00
."rlt.'f! sick 8 50
r-ksfer, "f1 ton 10 OO
Nails .. 10 00
la atlvance $2 00
Corrected weekly Sulouff, Frow & Parker.
PnII.ADKLPH.TA.. Nov. IS, 1805. .
FLOrR AND MEAL The Flour
i is devoid of vitality, but good br
i which there is comparatively litl
ars heI(f wery firraiy) wnile ponr gres
are neglected and drooping. There is no
exVort demand, and only 1000 bbls. were
disposed of at SSf'isS SO -JJ bbl. for super
Gne, SS "bffl !) 2a for ex'-ra. S3($10 for
low grade and choice Northwestern extra
family, 810 25io.ll for Penn'a. and Ohio
j do. do. and 311 oU(ct.IJ oil tor lancy lots,
I according to quality. . Rye Flour and
j Corn Meal remain as last quoted1. "
GilAIN. The wheat market is quiet.
I hut prime qualifies are scarce and held
! wild treat confidence. Sales of 4000
Li.sh. eom'uon and good new red at 82 20
($1 35 bush., old do at $2 40 end
82 4" for amber. White ranji53 from
9z 70 to Sit, Rye, Penn'a. at SI 30.
(.'urn is active, and saics of 8000 bushels
prime yellow at 90c. afloat ' and in store,
and i'.OOO buih. whitest 88c, sntf new is
worth 78(rS3c., according to dryness.
Oats are dull at 55c. a.lot of fair quality
rold at. 54c. Pennsylvania Karlev ib worth
Vs :r.d 10. f:i'i? rtth Ytt-t a.l
best mark- nHJffiBS
Henn8TI,va?'I:Y RAILRoaik-ov hkt
' ' :- EASTWARD.
Philadelphia Express.. 12.43, j. M.
xasis,iiie 0.41, A. JH.
Day Express ...... 11.21 A. M.1
PittsbK.A. Erie Mail... 4.31. P. M.
Mail Train 10.05 P. M.1
PittBbg.&. Erie Mail.... 3.27, A. M.J
f Baltimore Express..... 4.59, A. M.
Philadelphia Express.. 5.3, A. M.
!st Line 5.58, P. M.
Mail Trdin ' 3.53. P. M.J
t Emigrant Train .10.07. A M.t
.. . .JAMES NORTH. Ag't.
!ei?y except RunJay. . t Daily except Monday.
: Slop at Perrysville at, 11:28 (if flaged)
11.203:53 V Stop at Thompsontown at
' Stop at Perrysville at 3.19 (if flsged)
6 U:34. Thoinpeontown ai 3.19:00
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I SALE OF
TnE nndc-rlgned, Assignee of I1E.VRT
1JRUBAKEK of Beale township, Juniata
county, Pa., will sell at public Bale at the res
idence of Henry Brubaker, about one fourth
mile fru'a Johnstown, on
Stt-lurJiii,-, Aoiewyr lSlh, 1305,
The foilowinj rietcribeil property, to wit:
Ke. 1. A tract cf Land containing about
twecty-Cvc a'jres hnTing thercor. erected
T W O DWELLING UO U S ES
Bank Earn and othr sut bBiHin(f, a Paw
Mill with good water power, and a Tannery
in good order. This property is situated in
the niidst of a proud bark country. - ; .
' Jto. i A tract of Land containing twenty
four arres. about eight of which are cleared
and the balauce welt timbered, having there
A STOXTE bwELLTXC BOISE,
And Fiamo Stable. There is an ORCH ARD
ef choice fruit on the ahove tract.
No. 3 A Lot containing about 15 acres,
all of which is cleared and ia an excellent
tale of cultivation. , , ,
No. 4 A tract of Mountain Land, contain
ing 300 acres, more or less, well set with
Chestnut and .
CHESTNUT-OAK . TIMBER.
No. 5 A tract of Mountain Land, contain
ing 100 acres, more or less, adjoining tract
't he above property is ail riluated in Reals
township, diiniala county. Pa.
TERilS: Five per cent, of purchase mon
ey :o be paid when the property is struck
down; half the balance on tha lst day of
April, lMtiti, whan a Deed-will be delirered
and pos!"e3s:ou givee ; the remainder on the
lei day of April, 1867, to be secured by Judg
Sale to bbnirricnoe at 10 o'clock, A. M., cf
tata ay, wnen attenoatoe win ne given zj
Att-gtir of HENRY BRURAKER.
iW GOODS at MV PRICES,
AT MBS. F. IfuNNEHAS'S
WHO" has juet returned from the City with
a largo assortment of ,
Millinery and Fancy Goods,
Consisting in partof Subnets and Bonnet ?i"is,
Flowers and Trimmings, Emborderies, Laec
foods, Handkerchiefs. Balmoral Skirt, Hoop
Skirts, Gloves, Bead Gimps and Ornaments,
Notions and small wares, forming' tha best
FAI L AND HI.VTEB GOCft)S
la the Ocbnty.
She solicits a call from tha patlie, being
confiilcnt that she can suit all.
, H ; .
Persons indebted to the late firm of Sulouff
& Slantbaugh, wilt please call and make
settlement, with the undersigned, who w:il,
for a short time, give bis personal attention
to books ami accounts of the late firm. Ha
trill be fonnd at the office of the late place 0f
& E B A T BM&U
: ..i: AT - THE - '
11 TVS CBVSTAI. 'A1.ACB BtJILDIllQ,
linn CSDERSIGXED HAVING Wl.
1 chased the stock of goods formerly be
bnriti to tSu'.ouff ft Stambangh, and having
added to it nuiu. an assortment from the Phil
adelphia market, ar? now ready to suplly the
ntiiens or Mifflinlown and vicmity witn any
thing and everythinor that b usually kept in
a country store, and a great many things that
have never been kept bsfore. We are deter
mined to sell goods at a KEDCCED PRICE
and mahe it an object for the people to buy
Inn ns. A large stock of DRY GOODS, con
sisting of Ladies Dress Goods, such as
SHEPHERD PLAIDS, (all wosl,
FANCY TLAIDS, (all wool) . . ,'
; PLAIS WOOL DELAINES
t . DRESS FLAKNELS,
PLAIN SACK FLANNELS,
, BLUE TWILLED FLANNELS,
BREAKFAST SHAWLS, 4e., fee.
Can be bad at
- 8CLOCFF. FROW & PARKER'S.
, MOURNING t)ESS COODS:
Second Monrniag Batmorals,
Iloods, Sic, Set.
Everything desirable in this line, and a
very large stock,
At Sntouff, Frow A Parker's.
AFCLL assortment of Gentleman's Goods,
Satinet is. r
Caa be bad at
SUI.OI FF, FROW A PARKTR S.
haTe one room devoted entirely to
eats Furnishing Goods and Ready i
Made Clothing, such as
Coats, 1 ants, ests,
OTer Coa's, Boots & Shoes. j
Hats St ( ape, nniteamrtt
Flannel Shirts, Undershirts, and
SULOUFF, FKOW 4 PARKER.
Ai t'tiT. aortment of TRt'NKS and TRAV
ELVINQ BAGS. Also. FOTfoXS, such
as Hose, Gloves. Buck.Gloves and Mils, (very
btt t)uality.) Kid Gloves for ladies and gents,
unfinished Kid. at ...
SULOUFF, FKOW A PARKER'S
LARGJ? and well . selected stock of CRO
i. I'EKIES, comprising Ham, Shonlder, Ba
son, Mess Pork.. Flour. Spices, &c. kc. at
SULOUFF, FROW s. PARKER S.
have on hand a cbod quality of Hard
W ware. comprisiTiir a full assorimcnt of
CAK'CXTER TOOLS, & BLACKSMITH
roOLS. sueh as Anvil', Bellows, &c. Shoe
maker Tools, Saws, Axes, Augur. Iron. SteeL
fails. Hnre Shoes and Horse Shoe Nails by
the keg and pound. Ropes of all sites from 2
inch down to J inch by the round. Buggy
and Wagon Sprins, Grind Stones, and Grind
810110 Pictures, at
SULOCFF, FROW & PARKER'S
LARGE stock of Queensware, Ce'larwaro,
such as Tubs, Butler Bowls, Buckets,
Churns, Baskets, Horse Buckets. &-. at
SULOUFF, FROW & PARKER S.
(JARPET3! CARPETS!; "
A LARGE and good varu-ty ofAKL WOOL,
KAti and HEMP CARl'ErS ori hand
and for sale cheap, at.
SULOUFF, FROW & PARKER'S
SALT! SALT!! SALT!!!
A Superior quality, either by single sack oi
quantity. We will furnish Merchants
with alt at Philadelphia prices, with the ad-
addilion of expeuses of freight.
SULOUFF FKOW oc PARKER.
rpilt best quality of AIXCKEREL, IIER
i. RIXG and SUM) always on hand. And,
also, a good supply cf Plaster and Calcined
.SULOUFF, FKOW & PARKER'S.
V large quantity of Nnt, Egg, Prepared,
BUck&tnith nod Limeburner's Coal on
htnd and for sale bv
SULOUFF, FROW & PARKER.
' I UMBER! LCVIHEUlf
A full assortment, such as Boards, Pickets,
Lath, Shingles, Doors and Sash, ou hand
and for sale by -
SULOUFF, FROW & PARKER.
VIOm & GBAJN-
FLOtTR and Grain, of all kinds, purchased
at Market rates, or received oa storage
and shipped at the usnal frieght rates. Hay
ing boats of our own. with careful captians
and ljands. we will ship freight of any kind to
and from Philadelphia or any point along the
SULOUFF, FROW &. PARKER. .
3Perous can be supplied with Coal,
Plaster, STb, &c, at the lowest price. V cr
agent at ouipsontown, ELIHU BENMJH,
who is also authorized to purchase Grain and
rive the highest market Prices.
Mr. CLINE is, also, our" snlhoriied
agent al Perrysville to purchase Grain and
sell Coal, Plaster and Salt for us.
Give ns a eaU and you cannot fail to be
ffgf Highest prices paid for Country Pro
duce, and taken in exchange for goods. "
i SULOUFF, FJOW, PARKER.
JDST opened in the New "tore Room under
, the Odd Fellows Hall, in Thompsontown,
Jsniata eounty, Pa., a well selteted and ele;
gant assortment of Dry Goods, consisting iu
Ladies' Pvess Goods,
Boeh'aa Delaines, Challies, Lusters, Alpacca,
all wolol Delaines, Sbeperd l'lakl Lawns, and
a full assortment of Ladies Whits and Fancy
Goods, aad a large assojtment of
RTPLE DRY ,000 ES,
Donstantly on hand and for sale chenp for
.. " R. n. WRTGHT.
Also. GE:iTLEMAK'S CLOTHrGQ EMPO
RICM in the same building. An eirnt as
sortment of ready made Olothinng for Men
rnd Boys, consisting in part of Fancy Frock
Coats, Dress Coals, Pants, Vcts, Drawers,
Collars, Undershirts, Handkerchiefs,
Hats Si Cap. Hoofs & Shoes,
And everything usually found in a first class
Genlemau's Furnishinfi Store.
Fancy Goods of all kinds. ladies' Gaiters
and Balmoral Fine Shoes, for Misses and Chil
dren, Carpets and Oil Cloth, sc. Alio, a good
.... Croccrfes, queenwarc
Hardware an4 Cutlery, Drugs, OiN, Paints,
and all such articles as are usually faund in a
country store. "
5u Ihe higheit prices p!i fir. country
produce. tQf Goods sold at small profits,
Call and examine my Stock and see for
yourself, as I am always ready to wait on cus
tomers, just above the Square at Wrighi's
Cheap Cash Store and Clothing Emporium,
Thompsontown. Pa. ;
. B. BOLLXAN. , W. n. H0LLSA5
nOLLMAX BROTH F.RS,
DRUG AND JEWELRY STORE.
IA1 STB ET
TWO Doors North of Belford's .Store.
MIFFLINTO WN, PA. .
WI WOULD REarnCTFULf.T CALL
the attention of the publie to eur
and a largo variety of notion j ; as also to our
STOCK OF WATCHES, .
WATCH CHAINS, DREAST-PLNd,
EAR AS I) PISGER RINGS,
JSJ WATCHES, CLOCKS and all kinds of
repaired at the shortest notice and un hc
MOST REASONABLE TERM3.
jsS ORDERS from PHYSICIANS prompt
ly attended to. A liberal discount to Pby.
7n5-lf ROLLMAN BROTHERS
A Valuable Farm
THE nn'lersigned offers at private sale, that
well known farm, situated in Faye'.te
township, Juniata county. Pa., fibont 6 miles
trom MitRintown and Tenu'a. railroad. 1 mile
from Oakland Millv and 1 J miles from McAlis
tersville. The Ceder Spring road from Mif.
flintown tp Sunbury, passes through the prem
ises. The farm Contains about
Of the first quality of Limestone Lsnd. The
improvements are a large RrlCk House,
35 by 4S, with an excellent well of limestone
water at the door ; a large Frame Itattk
Barn, SO by 43 feet, corn crib, wagon shed,
carriage house, tool houe, and work shop.
All these buildings are new and built in a
eubotnntial mihner. The land is all cleared
but 7 acres, which is under good fence, and
in a good state of cultivation, with running
water through the premises. There is, alsa
a first rate ... ...
opened on the farm. Two apple orcbsrvis,
fi lied with n choice selection of-g;-afed fruit
For further particulars, enquire Luci.ia
Wilson: Esq.. at Oakland Jli.ts, who is au
thorised to sell.
Oct. 24, 1So5-tf.
By virtue of an order of tho Orphans' Court
of Juniata County, the undersign!, ad -
.. .k. , .
mimstrator of the estate of Win. llunn, late
of Oakland Mills, dee'd.' will expose to sale
at public ouicry on the premises, on
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10th, 1855,
Thi following Real Estate Przjterfy, tt wit
TVrt "I A certain piece of land
situated in Favette town
uip. nujninirg ismis oi i.ncian wiison. G.
I'sineiKieiver, .u s M on man ana Adam eii -
mTT- APT?17Q f
-L. JlvAvlliO I
And 91 FERCHES", having about one sere
cleared and under fence the balance being)
good timberland. ... !
jJ- 9 , A lot of land contiguous j
1 t ave w the above and e'ontatn I
inc 63 PERCHES, having tWeon, en a
DWELLING HOUSE and VKAMii STARI.E
also, a shop BUitable for a shoemaker or tailor,
TERMS .-One third of the purchase mon-
ey to be paid on confirmatioa of iii huh.
i court and the remaiuiug two-thirds to be' paid ! " away otherwise in will be disposed of ae
on the first day of April, IStjn, wi,rw m am 1.- .- '
Will ue ina'le ana Kossrsion ffiven.
cale to commence at IU o clock, A. M., of
said day when attendance will be given by
SAMUEL DUNN. Adr
r'lTY HOTEL, Corner or Marknt and RaiVi
-f road btrects. ODUositethe Railrr,l nn
JldAH O Jllr, .i.
m,Terms aa moderate as thoe of any other
Hotel in Ihe City M. G THOMPSON
. AGE3TTS WANTED!
To canyass the new steel engravings of
a-uriy wnys oi Ma,blncH, Ac.
Ftrtfjraph Car'n dt V'vitc or Album Picture,
At greatly reduced Prices.
SO-Special terms to disabled soldiers.
f Send for Catalogue with Unas.
. john DArrr. pus-eh:
!5 ti. Sixth St,?, FiJisisrfoij, Pa.
7 ILL bo sold at tha House of G. Hal-
tetnan, in Johnstown, Juniata cuusty.
,.Pa., on ,
r S ATCRDAY, DEC2MEES 2a&', 1J5.
At I o'clock. P. M.. AH that certain valuable
lot of Ground containing ;
.Wore or ies. lute the residence of Mrt. H AN"-
XAH KJLLOTT, (lee'd., adjoiuining landa of
Johnstown, whereon is erected a good
ST(IE HO USE.
Log and Frame Barn. Wagon Shed, Corn
Crib and oiher necessary ont-buildings. The
land is all cleared and in a good gtato of cul
tivation. Ihere are about fit'
and twenty CHERRY TREES and other fruit
trees on the premises.
Any person desiriag to view tbe pTeoisee
will please call on John Beaie, of Beale Uwa
scip. TF.R.TIS j Ten per cent in cash at sale
aid 'We one-half of the balance en the l't
day of April. 1366, when possesion and good
title will he given, and the residue oil the 1st
day cf October, 1S06. For farther ptrticu
JOHN H BEI.r.
LADIES' FANCY f UAI ! !
. JOO FARLIF.Aj'
H). 718 Arfh Slrfft,
above 7th, rtila,'
A I navsniW in store
5of my own Importa-
.ijUftgMtion an Manafae
r! 'iSrure, one of the Inr-
eest and moat beau-
.-l-l-.-"S?J liful se'eciioQS
! for CHILDREN'S WEAR , in tbe City. Al.
a fins aesortntent of Gec'.s' 1'ur Glovo3 and
. I in enaKfd in dispose of n7 giods at
very rwsoiablo prices, and I would therefoi
solicit a bull from my trends of .fuulata coua
ly and viciui'y. fiis?" Kenieuiber the N dine,
Camber and Street.
713 Arch Street, above Tin, south sij .
KOI,, I have no par'tjer, rtnr cocnevtioit
with anj other ilon in FJiilaJelpbia.
Oct. 4, 'H;-4m.
' OW MAKE" O? HOOP SKIRTS.
! are gotten up expressly to meet the wstifs r
Iiasr cia's real s.
Tbey embrace cotnflefe assort menf nf
ail the sew and ipsibi a Styles. Sues a:ri
Length, for Ladies' Misses' and Children, and
are Superior to all o'hers made in poiai of
Symmetry, Finish and durability ; bciiig
made of the. finest tempered Engii;h .;
Springs with Linen finished Covering, aat
having all the metaUe fastenings immovably
secured, by improve! machinery.' Itey re
tain their Shape and Elaotuutv: tot the las'.
and are wisbasted to giv istikx SAiis-
rac-Ttoa. . , . -
Alsj, eon3tan;!y in receipt of full lie? ef
good Eastern Mstle SKIRTS, rt very la
Piices. SKIRT3 Made to OrdeT, Altered
and Repaired. WHOLESALE and RETAIL,
at XA.tcrACToBT am? Salss Rooh,
Xo. 68 ARCH Street, above Cih.
fc Tsbws Cash, Crs Tsics Oslt !
Aug. 16, '135.
rpHE UNDFP.?:gFI OFFERS 1113 FARM
JL for sale, situated in Fermanagh ta-ciihii
Juniata county. Ta.. adjoining Unls of J
co Hoffman, WiUiim binjup and other coa
taiuing 140 Acres
All under good fence. .Seventy f.ve Aors of
it has v,,eu well limed, the b&lu'ire is timfcr
land. 25 acres of it heavily net with Oak and
Ci.epti.nl timber. lh ii-ipr,iTnetii -
good two .roRY . hou. K!T;i:st n i
MILK-HOUSE attached. a never failiuj
fresm cf water pssin j U.roTssh the Kiiehea
21x35 feel. Shep S ab'e, Ccrn Crib, wo,l
hou-e, i. Also, a. .y.r
j . ,
one tip ar.,1 down Sr.w, Two Circiui
saws. Tt hip saw and i'lainjiitf Ma.-hir.L- lun
property will ce eoid chc jif aud r.,i ea'-y turm
Fur further inforroation address
lilifriiintown, Juniata coun'.t', P'.
r.brisjf" to ursTERs.
"rOTICF. 13 HSiitBY GIVEN TO ALL
persons no to trespsds on err iToeir.
1 uu "iug rnrinnpea ana otccr giM.;,
1 win oi aeaii rs.fi aceording to iw.
c. jitifacr. phillp r.s-i
P- biT" Samuel Auker
Jom-s Ka'jffman. lavid Aakar.
Auker, Jacob Year or.
fiAME To TUE RESIPLME op THE
subscriber residing in Favette townshii.
j'niai Couiiiy, Ha. a boar pig about on
i JritT u'- The owner is reqne-iied to" oouie
forward prove irvicrtv Dav etiarirs aud tab
I -ru.. ct.iui.ii.
Oct. 11. '65.
Prime Kio Coffee, Prepared Coflce, Pulvei.
J.rusuert Jel, rt. u. en-jar.
! S. H. Sugar. N. O MIw, f. II. Molasses.
toverio Svn.p, ( ii eol!tre. Mn.t
Sar.cn. Nuin.eii. Cloves, Ca-sia: Gi
Starch, Fish. Salt, Ac. sc., for sale cheap al
thSew STo;:a in Patterson.
Jml-tf J B M TODD
U iliE M-.lioL. l-Knil 1TA I :
. DESPONDENT OF BOTH SEXES. A
gnat utfercr l.ving been reefrcd to Leal,
in a fiw davs, afiav many years of m.sery, is
willing to -ut Lis snttei irr fcl ow-crta.un
by seud.ng (free), on the lectipt of a postpaid
addre.-syd envelope, a ct py ol tie jcniia of
cure employed. Direct to
. . 1 JOHN ML, DA5NA IX,
tcs TTitt Office, Erookjm"', f,