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j. v. iiaxilky & to-s
CHEAP CLOTHING STORE.
This wav for Bar
avixo rrncHASEi) from mans-
I ,. . , .
bach t an t'rnier the Inree Clothm
l.MftbilMlTUent. BMUAICJ nn th c..i-ni
j. -...i iv. .
Public that we have jut received a large and
well selected assortm:ul of ready niude Cloth-
in, djsnrncil for lb
Fall a?id Wiufer Trudc for 1SC3.
Oxer Coats. Dress Coats, Bus ntn Coata,
Common t'oaia. Pantaloons, Vests, Hats,
Bonts and Shoe cf evsry dese-rprion,
tyle and quality, fur male or feniule.
BOi'S1 READY MADE CLOTHING.
Also, Caipets. White Shirta, Fancy Over
Shirts, liiiier Shirts'. Drawers, Hosiery,
uiovrs. i.inen ana raper tolars,
Cravats and Ties. Trunks, Ciu
brellas, Trav 11 ng Rags (id. .
Also, thelatest styles of Ladies Cloaks, Cir
culars and Furs.
Persons io want of anything in our line will
tare money by giving us a call before pur
chasing e'.tewher. as w are deteimiueJ to
rll cheap for cast'.
I Don't forget the orr.tr, Fringe and
D. W. 1URLSY t Co.
Oct. 1, 't55.
TAKE CARE OFYOUB TEETH.
WHETHER THE UNION ISPRSERV
ED OR NOT PEOPLE MUST EAT.
fF'EETII inserted upon an entirely new style
-L of base, which is a combination of Gdd
and Vulcanite, also Vulcanite, which for
Beauty, Durability, Cleaniie and the res
toration of the natural contour of the lace,
cannot be surpassed. Either of the above
Basts 1 warraut for ten years. Teeth also
;!(?. Plaflnti Red SUier,
(ur-iiitc and Amber, with or without artificial
rums, Spedal attention will be raid to di
:isd gumt and a euro warranted or no charge
made. Teeth filleJ f ir life.
Tlie extraction of tectii upon the latest im
provid principle?, causing the least possible
tlk-. Having i.-catc J permanently in Miflin
and being in pcsc?s'on of all the '!st
ini r'ved instrtinient and lrnchirirr. I war
rant entire satisfactiea in all caies or the
mom y refunded.
TWiH visit Mc.AliecrTV.! the Inst week !
of October. January an 1 Jiay. the lmlanc t-f j
my time I can be found at uiy oRi.e on I'.ridjrr
sireet three doors ast of Snyder's Hotel, 1
MiStiatuwn, Juniata county. I'a. i
0. L. DEKR,
jn2y rtiident ljtn'.itt. !
MHE rnlersigned wouM repertfu1!y
i inform the citizens of Mifflintown
aid vicinitv. thst he has r.peno 1 a Jew-Ciji5
irv Establiahmont on Msin Street. Mifilin
i"wn, in Thoupson'a Hotel, third door from
the corner, where he will keep constantly on
Lund a:i,l at greatly reduced prices.
Gold EnJ Silver Watches,
And a general variVv of CLOCKS. FIXM:?
riNflS. Ei'.EAST TINS, EAP. LlNtiS. GoLI
PENS, and ITNCILS. SILVER PLATED
w.UE. Sl'F.t;TAC!.Er, tojetUr with a coni
l'cte asortiuetit uf Fniicy Good.
Si-The repairinc of Clocks, Watches and
.Tewciry promptly attended to, on hort notice
and on verv rens'.iinUe terms. All work w.ir-
rsuted to give .nli-f.irfi.-.n. The publio are
respectfully invited to ftivo a call.
THOMAS II. McCLELLAN.
Aug. t ISC").
rjrASJS NOTICE, LAHES
TTRf. !ARArr fixk n espectflt.lt
iifwwk tie l..,lto ,f Mtffllinuwii ana
vicinity that she has just received a lare ni-
Htmentnf Wilinary iiods. and has constant
ly od hand and for sale ready-made Bonnets
of all descriptions, and also Hats and Caps.
She has l?o secured the services of her Sis
ter who is a competent Dreys Maker aud will
jrtve fcaticfaction in that line of business.
Let Ladies call and examine for ihemselves,
at her former residence on Cherry street. In
quire fr Ntrs. Sarah (Stein) Fink.
Sept-27, IrGii-3 mos.
Orrics or ts Jcsiata Coi'stt
r TS JCSIATA Coi'XTT)
iiRlCfI.Tr 11L SoCIKTT,
rysville, Oct. Di. 1SC3. j
WK do hereby certify that the Committee
on ianur.ictnrea Articles has awarded to
I'ltAti.Ks W. WrtTZFL the First Premium for
the most substantial, neatest made, and best
Snibhcd sett of Chairs.
G. W. JACOBS, 7Vf,V.
tnt IIkxoh. fifty. janl3
So. 520 ARVn Sireet.alcre I'il'ib.
iUiinnfaolJirer atirt EJaSor " in
F I x i; J E V K L H Y , y
a u L I D SILVER WARP
i rtf su. i tor Silver rimed Ware I
Ladici wisbinsr to be snprdied wiih neat
'"' K 1 s'lnea will find it to'their advantage
to call on II. I). WELLEB, at his fhp on
Main Street above Cherry, where they can
be supplied with almost every styleat moder
ate prices. Gentlemen having repairing they
wish durably and neatly executed will be
promptly attended lu by giving biui a call
. TVw; CASH. . II. h. WELLErt-
MitSiutown, July 2r,th XO. '.
Tl.Jii Vti.Tl r:iHrv"Jof7.7Pi;
At iliis onW.
BALSAMIC COUGH SYRUP
For Counhi, Colds, Croup, Whooping
Covyh, Asthma, Jjroncliitit, Spitting
Blood, Pain and Weaknttt of the Brea$t,
Difficulty of Breathing, tic.
al: : . . 1. T- i .17. r r
. 'v' 1 . .F. ' . y i "
l pieatauv iu lire, aim ucht uucs iujui v ,
L ... i:.: i
cooa under any circums(tnci8. Its eneel is
good under any circumstances.
ing the most violent Lougns ; 1'urtlying,
Sli engtnening and Invigorating the whole sys
tem ; calminir aud soothing the nervei; aiding
and facilitating Expecoration, and healing the
DISEASED I.LMi.S. thus striking at the root
of DISEASE, and driving it from the system.
No child need die of Croup, if this Syrup is
properly used and used in time. Mothers hav
ing oroupy children should watch the first
how of the Disease, and always keep this
Kennedy at hand.
For Coughs after Measles, this Syrnp is
most excellent. Experience has proven that
it is equalled by no other preparation.
Price 6D cei:t per Pottle.
1'repared by S. A. fOUTZ S & BRO., At
their Wholesale Drne and Medicine Depot, No.
116, Frat.klin St. Baltimore, Md. Sold by all
Druggists and Store-keepers throughout the
I nud f tales
en the Stomach
bring them to
a healthy state.
Ther are a
are preventive of Lung Ferer, and a certain
remedy for all Disease incident to the Ilorje.
acn as vt tan
II e a t o s ,
vers, Loss of
In poor, Iov-pirited animals, it has tbs
most beneficial effect.
The use of them improves the wind, strength
ens the Appetite, and (rives to the liorse a
fine, smooth and glossy akin thus improv
ing the appearance, vigor and spirit of this
FOB MILCH COWS.
Tne property this Powder posses In in
line; the quantity of tnlk in ( ows, cirts
it an importance and value which should
place it in the hands of every person keeping
a Cow. By actual experiment it has proves
that it will increase the quantity of Milk and
Cream twenty per cent., and make the Better
firm and sweet. In fattening Cattle, it gives
thna an appetite, loosens their hid and
soake then thrive much lister.
Coughs, Clcers in
th Lungs, Liver,
c. By pnttinj
from half a paper
to a paper of these
i 4 : - c. - -
rei of Sh UL the
above Disease can b cored or untirely pre
vented. By using these Towderi the Log
Cholera can be prevented.
Prioe 25 cU. per Paper, or 6 Papers for $1.
S. A. FOUTZ & BRO.,
WHCLESALE DRUG AND MEDICINE DEPOT,
So. 116 Franklin St., Baltimore. Kd.
For Sale br DrngcisU and Storekaepen
throaghsnt tb Uniwd Statas.
i'lit best Jjuumcvt J'r Jinn ami Boatt
ii'itr in vs:
Is a safe and reliable Bemedy forth cure
tf KheuniatUm, Painfnl Nervous affections,
Sprains, Burns, Swellings, and all Diseases
requiring an external application on Man.
On Horses it will never fail to cure Toll
Evil. Fistula, Old Bunnii.g Sores, or Sweeney
if properly applied. For Sprains, Bruises
Scratches, Crocked noofs, Chafes SacUlIe o
Co'.ar Gal"., Cnis or Wounds, it is an Infallible
I Remedy. Try it, and be convinced of its ef
Tersons afflicted with this Disease, no mat
ter of how long standing, canbe promptly and
effectually cured by the use of thia Mixture
Ther s nothing in the world so sure and il
gncd to take away lad COliXSand cure Fros
Bites as this preparation,
Try it and satisfy yourselves. Price 35 and
75 cents a Bottle. " Prepared by
S. A. FOUTZ'S A BUO.,
At their Wholesale Drug and Medicine De
pot, No. 116, Franklin St., Baltimore Md.
For sale by Druggists and Store-keepers
throughout the United States.
The above Medicine can be had at manu
facturer's Prices of B. F. Kepner. Mifflintown:
Johnson Halioway & Cowden, Philadelphia t
jJ. J. Bender & Co., Tittsburg, Pa. ; Langh
I lin Pushfield. VYheelixg, W
I Ang- 3, lbi'.5-ly.
1 1 ailroafi IJcpol, I'allfrnon, Pa
S. R. WOSTINE, PROPRIETOR.
HE above named having taken charge f
his larco and convenient hotel wuere he
is prepared to entt-rtain travel"r, sojourners
r,r hnr.r.l. ro 1 vrsons wishine to take
the trains east or west will hiid this the most
convenient slopping place as thoy will I
waked up at any hour ib'sired- The locatio"
isniot favorable and the aceommodationsfrre
of the best kind. The stabling is excellent
and hostlers attentive. The Table and Bar
will alsobe well piovided.
fc'iS Hn ha, in connection with th Hotel,
a good LIVERY STABLE. Iloiso, Carriages,
Buggies, &c, always to be had. Persons
oonveyedto any part of the country. - I
gv. By strict attention to .btsaincsa and a
defdie to please, he hopes to merit public pat
ronage, and render the sojourn of his suests
! both comfort adle and rleajsut.
' Patterson June S. tf
The Universal Clothes Wringer
WITH COG WHEELS
Large Hixe, 910 00, Medium, tS 50,
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
The Cniversal Cog Whfd Clolhrs flrinser
Was pronounced superior to all otheri at the
WOKLIt'S FAIR I. LO.lMV.
In l'j2; received the Bronze Medci, (high
est premium; at tne Ureal Fair of
THE AMCKIt AIN I.STITITB,
In new York C'itv, in 1803. It baa aUo re
ceived the FIRST PREMIUMS at Ue
ing Stale Fairs :
New York, 18tS2 1803 Vcrmoat, 1863;
Pennsylvania, 1803 1864; Michijrr.n, 1804;
Indiana lHOJi 1801 ; Illinois, jtw3 1804i
Iowa, 1803180-1; Wisconsin, 1804; Conn;
River Valley Fair, 1804; Champlaii Valley
Fair, 1804; and at the priclpal County and
Institute Fairs throughout the land.
''My family would as soon give up the cook-iBg-stove
aa this Clothis Wuikuki. It can
dot be too highly recon,mer.dod. Xlvn Hobi-
''After a constant nse of the Univibsal
Clothis Wbixusb for mure than four years
in my family. 1 am authorized by the "powers
that be," to give it the uiosl uutjualined praise,
and to pronounce it an indispensable part of
the machinery for housekeeping." A'm. Hen
ry Ward Betcker
"This is the first Vv ringer I have found that
would stand tne service required of itW.
r. Jlwj'jr.14, Loxrjuy t Hold.
--in me cauuary oi my House mere is a
perpetual thanksgiving ou Mondays for the
invention 0f y0ur excellent Wringer." Set.
Trvodirt L. L'uyler.
"We think the Macnine much more than
pays for itielf every yaer in the savings of
garuieuts. We think it important the Wriug
er should be fitted with COOS." O Ju-14.
"1 heartily commend it t. to economist a of
time, money and contentment." Acs. 1)jc!ot
"It saves lubor, ex; ediatrs work, makei the
laundress good natnr'd. does not tear off but
tons and is indispensable in a well regulated
family." .'. .N. Ztom, Jr., 1). U.
'Every week has given it a strongerhold
upon the affections of the inmates of the laun
dry. Every member of the household is in
admiration of it." .ic Fori Observer.
T?i, On receipt of prtco frcm any part of
tue country wtiere we have no canvassers, we
send the Wringer tree of freight charges.
A good canvasser wanted in every township.
Send for Illustrated Price Circular.
R. C. BR0WNIKO.
So Si? liroatlivay, X.X
The Long looked For Come at Last!
This machine is the most perrect instru
ment to execute any kind of scwinff now done
by machinery in the world. . It u eimple and
perfect iu its mechanical consiructitn. The
faed may be reversed at any poi.vt desired
wi'hout ttopping, which is a great advantage
ra fastening the end of seams.
It makes FOUR DIFFERENT STITCHES,
J.nek, AVf, Double Lock, Doublr Knot.
each stitch perfect and alike on boih
sides of the fabric.
Operators can select any atituh they want and
change from one stitch to another with
out stopping the machine.
Its stitches cannot be excelled for firmness,
e'.acticity durability and beauty of finish.
No dillicul'y experienoed in sewiug across
Sews light and heavy fabrioe with equal facil
ity. It wiil iVrid, Tuck, Q'lill, CorJ, kern. Fill.
Ji.nd, tlnihtr, nnd ao all kinds of Stitch
ing required by families and luanufacnrers.
The work will feed either to the riht or left,
without stoppii' tho machine.
The most inexperienced find no difficulty in
It is thoroughly practical and easily undcr
s'ood It has no iprings to g'.l out oj tder, nd will
last a lifetime.
It runs easily, and is almost noieeRss.
It is the most rapid sewer in the work! ; mak
ing five ititchc to each revolution.
It uses the same size thread on both sides of
It oils no dresses, all its mackiners being on
lop of the table.
Every machine is varretittd io girt tn'irt i.ii
itfaetxon, and to do all that is claimed for it.
Miss Casuib E. Staubaugh is the agent
for this county. By calling at her residence
on Main Street, Mitilintown, one of these ma
chines ean be seen in operation.
What the People Want !
HISTORY OF THE WAR,
Complete in one very larcsb Volume
of over 1O90 Paoes.
THIS wnrrW bM v. rival as a camfifl, luoid,
complete, authentic and reliable history
of the "great conflict." It contains reading
matter equal to three large royal octavo vol
umes, splendidly illustrated with over 150 fine
portraits of Generals, battle scenes, maps and
Returned and disabled officers and soldiers,
and energetic young men in wantof profitable
employment will find this a rare chant to
make money. We have Agents clearing $&j0
per month, which we will prove to any doubt
ing applicant ; for proof of the above send
for circular and see onr terms. Address,
JOXES BROTHERS & CO.,
Philadelphia, Penn'a. -
W. A. LKVKKING,
Lnibcrk (cmmlsioti ftjerrltaut
' Callowliill S treet Wharf.
" - - Philadelphia. Pa
Supplies of Timber, Staves, . Locust Piss
Hoop Toles, &c e aad Lumber genra!y,
will be purchased, contracted for, or reeivil
. i i i i r H ,.MA!en i
on commission, at the cptionof ih biprr
Tnm peculiar taint ot
Itafection which we
call Scrofula lurk
in the constitution o'f
multitudes of men. It
either produce or is
produced by an en
feebled, vitiated state
of thu blood, wherein
that fluid beoome in
competent to sustain
the vital forces in their
igorlus action, and
leaves the system ts
fall into disorder and
decay. The scrofulous contamination i va
riously caused by mercurial diseasoi low
living, disordered digestion from unhealthy
food, impure ' air, tilth and filthy tiabirs,
depressing vices, and, above all, by
venereal infection. 'Whatever be its
origin, it is hereditary in tlie constitution,
descending " from narenta t children uiito
the tliird and fourth generation ; " indeed, it
seems to be the rod of Him who says, "I will
visit tlie iniquities of the fathers upon their
children." Tho diseases it originates take
various names, according to the organs it
attacks. In the lungs, Scrofula produce
tubercle, and finally Consumption; in tlie
glands, swellings which suppurate and be
come ulcerous sores; in the stomach aad
bowels, derangements which produce indi
gestion, dyspepsia, and liver complaints ; on
the skin, eruptive and cutaneous affections.
These, all having the same origin, require the
sum remedy, viz., purification and invigora
ticn of tlie blood. Purify the blood, and
thes dangerous distempers leave you. With
fceblo, foul, or corrupted blood, you cannot
have health; with that "life of tlie flesh"
healthy, you cannot have scrofulous disease.
is compounded from the meat effectual anti
dotes that medical science has discovered for
this afflicting distemper, and for tlie euro of
tlie disorders it entail. That it i far supe
rior to any other remedy yet devised, is
known by all whs have given it a trial. That
it doc combine virtue truly extraordinary
in their effect upon tins class of complaints,
is indisputably proven by the great multitude
of publicly known and remarkable cures It
has made of the fallowing disease : King'
BtlL, or Glandular Swellings, Tumors,
Eruptions, Pimples. Blotches and Sore).
Erysipelas, Bose or St Anthony's Fire,
Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Conghs from
tuberculous deposits in thfl lunfirs. White
Swemnps. Dchilitw. Tlrnnav We.nrTri
Swellings, Debility, Dropsy, HenralEria,
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Syphilis and
Syphilitic Infections, Mercurial Diseases,
Feraale Weaknesses, and, indeed, the whoi.
erics of complaint that arise from impurity
cf tlie blood. Minute report of individual
case may be found in A tee's America
Almawac, which is furnished to the druggii-1
for gratuitous distribution, wherein may be
learned the directions for its use, and some
of tle remarkable cures which it has n.ade
when all ether remedies bad failed to afford
relief. I Those cases are purposely takes
from all sections of tlie country, in order
that every reader may havn accew to some
one who can speak to him of its benefits from
personal experience. Scrofula depresses the
vital energies, and thus leaves its victims far
more subject to disessc and its fatal result
than are healthy constitutions, iienco it
tends to shorten, and doe greatly horten,
the average duration of human life. Th
vast importance of these consideration ha
led us to spend year in perfecting a remedy
which is adequate tn it cure. This we now
offer to the public under the nanio of Avek'i
Sabsapabilla, although it is composed of
ingredients, some of which exceed tlie best
cf Sartaparilla in alterative power. Ey it
aid you may protect yoursc If from the suffer
ing and danger of these disorder. Purge
out the foul corruptions that rot and feMer
in the blood, purge out the causes of disease,
and vigorous health will follow. By it pecu
liar virtues this remedy stimulates the vital
functions, and thus expels die distemper
which lurk within the system or burst eut
on any part of it.
We know the public have been deceived
by many compound of SariopariUo, that
promised much and did nothing; but they
will neither be deceived nor disappointed in
this. Its virtues have been proven by abun
dant trial, and there remains no question of
its surpassing excellence f. r the cure of the
afflicting diseases it is intended to rvach.
.Although under the same name, it is a very
different medicine from any other which lias
been before tlie people, nnd is far more ef
fectual than any oilier which ha aver ba,
available to tlitsiu. v
fho World's Great Bemady tot
Coughs, Colds, Incipient Con
sumption, and for the relief
of Consumptive patients
in advanced etagon
of the disease.
Thin has been ao long used and so nni
versally known, that we need do no more
than assure the public that its quality is kept
up to the lx-st it ever ha been, and that i
may be relied on to do all it ha ever done.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aver & Co.,
i'radtcal ana Analyticai Lhemtam,
Bold by all druggist ever where.
We have opened the large Room just eppos
te our Store iu Patterson ulure we offe
or sale at low prices a general tssortment of
Bed ste a d s",
Stands, flacks, &
Many other articles for house furnishing
IIECI1T & STR.VYER
ISAAC E. STAUFFFR.
WATCH MAKER & JEWELER,
SILVER m SB IirOKTEB P vitCdes
Ko. 148 X. Second St., Corner Quarry,
He has constantly on hand an assort
ment of Gold and Silver Patent Lever
Lepiae and Plain Watches : Fin Gold
Uiams, heals .and Kevs. Brenst Pins. Ear
Rings, Finger Kings. Bracelets. Miniatnra
Cases, Medallions, Lockets, Pencils, Thimbles,
Spectacles, Silver Tible, Desert, Tea, Salt and
Mustard Spoons ; Sugar Spoons, Cups, Nap
kin Rings, Fruit and Butter Knives. Shields.
L-omD9", Diamond Pointed Pens, etc , all oi
vmca viu dc iota low for Vath :
M. I. TOBIAS CO'S best onalifv full
Jeweled Patent Lever Movements constantly on
jhand ; also other Makers of superior quality.
K K t w i . t.-. r. . i i - r r ,
- vin vviu una oilier oovgflf JCT .a.a
Mifflintown Chair Manufactory !
C1IIARLES W. YVEIT7.EL would inform the
J citizens of Juniata county, that be con-
old stand in Water street, where he is at all
i times prepared to receive orders for vi indsor
Chairs of every description, including Settees,
Lnrgo Rocking Chairs, Sewing hocking luaira,
vunurens i- D.iirs, coi.ii' nig nu oojmr, cam i
! Seat Chairs, Bar Room Arm Chairs, and every
' thing pertaining to his business, all ef which
I Iia nHinar.it (A cull ,Wl.B, t tl ! n V(.I If A
is now prepared to wholesale work at city pri
ces. Prompt attention will be given to Repa
iring AH work done cheap and expeditiously.
Sawed Poplar Plank and Scantling taken in
exchar pe for furniture.
Furniture Room on Main street; oppo
site the Post Office.
Si ptembcr Z, 13C2-tf.
AT THE STORE OF
JOS. Pol. BELFOHD-
The undersigned would respectfully invite
the public to call nnd examine his stock before
purchasing elsewhere.. He has bought his
assortment at such prices that he tannot be
undersold by any in the country. Special at
tention paid to purchasing goodsin the city per
order at the shortest notice.
Every effort will be made by liiin fo give sat
isfaction to those who may favor him with a call
I.ADII.S' DRESS COOS !
Black and Fancy Silks, Berpes Lawns,
Morie Antique, Grens dines, Uueils,
Pure Chilii, Brilltantes, Gingham Lawns,
Bombimnels, Ail woul d'Lnine,
Cashmeres, Pep'iris, Alpacas, ie.
A full assortment of Whit Brens Goods, Mus
lin.". Brocha and other Shawls. Bonnets. B in
net Satin", Ribbons. Flowers, c. Also, Col
lars, Undersleeves, Handkerchiefs in great va-t'J-
j . e i i
: larire UtUUllllV ?! ll UlIS, Jtlsut
on hand. Prescriptions tilled.
He has also la?i in a Lire sfock of Wool,
Cotton and Rag Carpets, O.l Cloths, Mattings,
Sc., at the lowest prices.
Country Produce taken in exchange for
goe d?, for wh'ch th higl.ct market prices
will be paid by
J. M. BKI.FOIW.
HOW fO SAVE MONE7 Bt
JAMES If. SIMONS, who r,
hand the largest stock of ready made - A
SADDLES and IIAR.VES3 in ("
county, which ho is selling at greatlv i
ietln:el prices. His now mnnifiicturin
gadlies and Uainess w?h such perfect system
mat he is enahted to s'ell a superior article of
everything in his line, CHEAAER than r.ny
other establishment in the county. Heinvit.'
purchaser to call and examine his sunk be-j
fore ptirchusing elsewhere.
James II. Simons. Saddles srd IlKm-'s arr
acknowledeed to surpass in point ef lightnes-s
elegance and comfort, as well f s'real value and j
durability, a'l others manufactured in the)
comity, liemenitier u:s rLop is on l.rnlge
street, in tiie rooms f. rnierly occupied by 1).
W. A. Retford, as a T ii'.or Shop.
foS)-. All kiLds of rep- irin neatly eiccuf
id and ail work warreiii.k.
Mifflintown, Oct. 11, Irrt'.Sly.
THE undersirrne 1 desires to inform the eiti
aens of Juniata County that he has taken
charge of the works lately owned by Hei ry
Willi in Perrysville, where he may be found
ready to execute jobs in his line of business
such as Tomb Stones. Monuments, t:irble
Slabs, Table Tops, &e. 4e. He believes that
a long experience and practical knowledge
will enable him to give entire satisfaction to
all who may patronize him. Give him a call
as he fells confident that for neatness cheap
ness and despatch he cannot be excelled.
WM.' WISE, Merchant Tailor, begs leave
to inform his friends aud the public generally
that he has just openeuput a large and fashion
able assortment of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
which he is re.viy to ninkc to order promptly
and on the most reasonable torms. Tue
public generally will Hud it to their interest to
call at his room above
FASICK'S TIN SHOP,
on Bridge street, Mifflintown, Pa., and inspect
my Goods and workmanship before purchas
ing elsewhere. I warrant all clothes to fit. or
SINGER'S SEWING MACHINE.
5JXA11 persons desirous of purchasing any
of Sixoeb's Sbwino Macbisis. will obtain all
necessary information on the subject and see '
them in operation a,t my establishment, if
favored with their orders I will fit them p a
better machine thirty per cent, cheaper than ever
hitherto done in this county. No family should
be without a machine. jan 1, 64-tf
II. F. SAIOEK - "
PEIPFR & MARKLEY,
BOOTS & SHOES
o. 31 itorth Tliird Sireet, I'hila
M. G. PE1PER, II. 11. MAKKLEY,
Particular attention paid to ord'rt. "a
CALL AND EXAMINE J
our Stock of Ready Made Clothing before
you Purchase Elsewhere, you will find on
hand a good assortment for Men and Boys
ware, which wiil be sold cheap for cash or
illCKXT & PEN'XELL,
Jan lrf I'atteisoa, T-
Fu-k's Patent Metalic Burial Cases.
FOR ordinary fnterments, depositing in
Vaults and transportation they have no rival.
They are made of the most imperishable ma
terials, and are enameled inside and out to
prevent rust and the exterior haa a FTVR
I koskwood finisii. when properly eement-
etl, the remains of the deceased, are free from
irrpti0n of water, or depredations of vermin.
They may without offensive odor be kept as
long as desired thus obviating the neees.ity
0f i,asty burials. Their long and successful
; Use and the approbation given them renders-
! unnecessry any extended notice of their valu-
j 4ble advantages.
SAX DOE AND MARTIN, ;
rnilertalier and Cabinet Ware
Keep constantly on band an assortment o
the above cases.
Mifflintown Pa. Jan. 4th 1865.-1
A FBESH ARRIVAL. CF
NE W GOODS,
AT TOM'S STORE, IX PATTERSON.
Jutt Keteired and for Salt at low rrito
Fancy Prints, from 20, 25, 80, to S3 certs;
Fancy DeLaines from 31 35, to 28 cents.
Fancy lress Good a from C5, 75, fo 90 cents.
Best yard wide Brown Muslins, 85 to 40 cf..
Bleached " 3 . 37. 45 cts.
Balmoral skirts from ?.75 to $0.05.
Baggs from 75 cnts to 51
Spool Cotton, 8 cents.
Skirt Brade 12 cents.
Syrup Molasses 8 cents per gallon.
Extra Syrup from $1 to $1.25 per Gallon.
Good Brown Sugars from 13, 14, 16, to !S e.
White Sugar at 23 cents.
Also, a large assortment of Qncenware,
from jf j-Oil tojS V. per set of 40 pieces.
Boots from $1.0 tO $7.00.
Grained Kip Cavelry Boots, 29 inches iri
lejs. at 7.0O,
Also, a full assortment ef Ladies' Gaiter.
All of which I will exchange for Butte- t
25 cer ta n-r pound, or eggs at 20 cts per d t.
or for CASH.
Aug. 10, I8C5- J. C. M. TODD.
Lin nrcnr SAsrruB r um
lTcv Firm in Patterson.
Gentlemen's Famishing Emporium ! !
Just opened in the new Brick Building. Main
Street. Patterson by Levi llcciit and San.nel
S'trayer, a larjre and elegant assortment of
Ready-Made Clothing, consisting i3 part uf
Orrrroatt, Fi'k Coat.,
Drss l oots, Pttht'iir.'m,
Yrt, Dntirirs. Coi'rtr,.
Il-its nnd Cup, Bootx it- fihii'.
I And everything usually found in a first class
Gentlemen s Furnishing Store.
FAXt r GOODS
Also a larje and carefully ."elected assort
ment of Fanry Goods, cf all classes, krf.ds and
qualities, all of whiili will be sold ai. the low
est possible living prices.
Lattice Utiitort aud Shoe.
Thcv also invites the attention of the ladies
to his "fine srock of OAITOKS AND fllOKS,
which he f::l sell St prices defying coiupeii
'ion. cMirf.rz, oil cloths.
They have on ?:and a beautiful assortment of
Carpets. Oil Cloths, &c , which are of a go.i.I
quality, and well worth the inspection of the
' iTCIlftS A.D JKT ELY
O U and Silver Watthei,
Clock. Ftr rin,
,iV.nn and Fanci ring,
Wa'.-h tcr; T.t?';' and Genis 'lJrmst r'ins,
. (, i , Ivnn.l Peni!s, Sec, which a." fhis liire
i furm lie . 0!lt aild best assortment in the
above ?oods will be sold cheap
er than any other stor in the United Slates.
If you don't believe it. jut give ns a call
sr'i be convicced of tlV" friit'r of the asserticn-
Htrirf a strayer.
Tatterson, April 12, lSG5-tf.
CI AM. aud see tne New Stocs of Spring
' and Sn rumor Goods at
MICKEY & FENXELL'S,
Just received a new and complete atsortmin!
Ladies' Latest Style Dress Octtls",
Plain and Fancy French Jlerino',
l'aul and Fancr French Reps,
lilack aud Colored iluj,aca,
Black and Fauoj Casluicrs.
A large assorfment of
Brooch .S.juare anj Lonp Fhawls,
Striped and Burred Woolen Srliawl
Our rk of Domestic Goods has been largely
increased by th purchafc of a eomplele lot of
Blctitihcd and Un-Blcacliel Muslins.
Tickings, Pciiitus, Wool Shirtings,
Twilled and Plain Flannels,
Also a larje assortment of t'assimers and
CassiuettH, ail of which we offer to Purchas
ers at town prices for Caih or Country pro
duce. MICKEY t PENXELL.
Pat t ci son. Pa.
P. S. Also, you will find a large stock of
Boots and Shoe,
Wall and vV indow Paper.
Janl-tf MICKEY 4 FENSELL.
. I. K. TAI FFER, " 0
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
No. 148 North SECOND Street. Corner ef
An ssgortment of
SUver & '
I constantly on hand, Suilabl for UOLlbAl
! Repairing of Watche and Jewelry
: promptly attended to
I " Dec. fi. 180,-1 yr.
i TOMB STO.XES. .
REUBSN CAVENEY, Manufacturer of Temb
Stones, McAlistervil! and Mifflintown. AH
- work put np in the most tastefut sad sub
stantial manner. Give hin. a ;alL
upsll 13-6 itf.