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&t Initials Sentinel.
TOWS AND C UMTRr.
9 John Thompson, of Delaware twp.,
-will Rell. at nublic gale, at his residen ce
, r- , j
'on Friday, December 15th, valuable per
sonal property, embracing Horses, Cows,
Young Cattle, Hogs, Sheep, Ate, with all
' his farming implements. Sale to com
mence at 10 o'clock, A. M., of said day.
19 We invite attention to the new ad
vcrtraeiuent of Mickey and Pennell, who
"tare" just returned from the C ity with a
Tery large and fine assortment of new
goods. It will be seen by their Sched
ule of prices, that they are selling goods
"a little lower than any body else in . the
county. Read their advertisement.
We would call attention to the ad
vertisement of Sulouff, Frow and Parker,
in another column. Gj to the Crystal Pal
ace if you want to see the largest, and
best selected stock of goods in the county.
They are -constantly receiving new in
voices and are alwys prepared to fill , or
ders, large or small. This is tho place to
ro for bargains.
Thikves About. On" Saturday night
last some thieves entered the Jewelry
Store of T. R. McClellan and rbleived
him of about twenty-five dollars worth of
material, &c. They effected their en
trance by removing the window above the
door. It was quite lucky for Tom that
Le had the precaution to take his watches
and jewelry home, or the thieves would
Lave made quite a haul.
SoFTEXum IIaru Water. Some
twenty years ago, a well was dug twenty
feet deep, on the Cottage Hill Farm, near
Havens, Ohio. It contained eight feet of
water after being stoned the earth
about which was blue clay, and tlie water
was very hard. This serious defect was
cured entirely, and the water softened per
manently by putting id to the well about
four feet of gravel of the size cf beans
True. The man wlio r!oe3 not take
lli paper or who takes the paper and
docs not read the advertisements, can
neve r be said to be well ported. The ad
vertisements indicate not ocly the busi
ness enterprise of the place in which
they are published, but the enterprise of
the advertiser. When you see a man
who advertises liberally, you may be sura
of finding a good stock in his store
that he keeps np with the market, nnd
always sells a little cheaper thai those
who do not advertise. Our readers may
nlweys be certain of getting good bar
gains firm those who advertise iu the
Winter Bosnets. Hobbs, of the
GentKO Iiqntllic, speaks as follows of
tht new style of bonnets : " W e like the
Wiiitcr style of bonnets. If they are
not of the "come and kifs me" order then
vrs are no jude. We do not know what
io call them, or what to liken them to,
' but lufet they are, and no mistake. A
certain class of countenance shows off to
fimaz'mg advantage in them like a sage
cheese in a flower patch, or a new moon
set in marygolds. They do bring out
the face hugely, and you take one of these
Jarge, shocmaker's-apron faces, and they
do bloom immensely. The i;ffr.
very much from the old "coal scuttle,"
but between the two it is hard to choose.
But they are the fashion, and what's
.fashion is right, of course."
Robbery in Perrvsvillx. On the
night of the 20th inst.. Jas. B. Keene's
Jewelry Store, Robert Logan's Grocery,
and James Wix's Shoe Shop, were enter
ed by some unknown villians, who were
provided with keys for the purpose, and
robbed of valuable property. From Mr.
Keene's Jewelry Store the theivea select
ed a number of the best watches and a
fine assortment of Jewely, amounting to
about ?309. ( From the Grocery they took
cutlery, cand;, figs, nuts, and a lot, of
toilet articles. Mr. Wis was the loser of
a pair of fine boots and a number of un
finished gaiters. It is conjectured that (
me lueives were not experienced in tue
"business, or they would not have, left so
much behind them. Any information
that will lead to the detection of the
theives will be thankfully received, and
.the informant will be amply rewarded.
The county is flooded with villians, who
are too laiy to earn their bread by honest
means, and who are seeking every oppor
tunity to practice their unlawful calling.
Our citizens should be on their guard.
Br Reference to our advertising
columns it will be seen that Dr. Dcrr has
procured machinery by the use of which
he can extract teeth without pain. We have
seen several persons who have had teeth
extracted, and they all unite in saying
that they did not feel the least pain or
Bt!pn?ant rsua'ioii dnrin 'he- iteration.
In Want or Repairs. The board
walk in Patterson, leading from the Bridge
to the Ra:l Road Station. Where is ye
School Directors or the town couSoil.
Cheaper than Ever. We would be
neglecting our dnty if we failed to state
than J. B. M. Todd, has just returned
from the Eastern cities with an extensive
assortment of New Goods which he is
offering at prices that must astonish pur
chasers. Read his new advertisement in
M1FFUXTOTIN ASD rATTERSON
Butter, prime lb 40
Butter, 2a rate 20
Lard, , 26
Eggs; t dot 36
Hogs, "ft ewt 12 00
Ham, tt 25
Sides & Shoulders 16
BEEF, . i :
Fore rf, cwt 12 00
Hind qr ... 14 00
Corn Moal, 1 75
Whit whet,. 2 20
Red Wheat bu 2 00
Barley; i. 1 00
Chickens, 1 pair 50
Clover, . bus 6 50
Geese 1 00
Timothy. 3 00
Fra;..:...:; 2 25
Apples, bu 2 50
reaches, ' at 6 60'
Turkeys, 2 09
Treventon store 9 00
do Eeg 9 00
Cherries, . 10
Current j 10
New Irish, bu 100
Apples, y bit
Onions, - 1
White Beans-,-. :
Beeswax, 1 lb
Candles . ..
. 8 00
Coal Oil gal 1 00
Salt, yi sack 3 60
Plaster, ton 10 00
Sails. ...-.lO 00
In advance $2 00
Corrected weekly Sulouff, Fro Parker.
Philadelphia, Nov. 28, 1865.
SEE 1)8. Cloverseed, prime. 8SS 25
64 lbs., but poor is unsaleable and at
very low figures, s.iy S77 50. " Small
sales of Timothy at S3 o03 50, sod
Flaxseed nt S3 15.
FI-Ol'R & MEAL. The Flour mark
et :s dull Home consumption nt 57 75
rrt;S 25 bbl. for superfine ; S3 50C9
for extras ; !)10 for Northwestern ; ?10
fail lor Pa. and Ohio do. and Sll 50
13 50 for Fancy, live Flour is inactive
37 25. ' Nothinz doing io Corn Meal.
GRAIN. 2000 bush, red, at S3 30
2 35 3 bush., and 5000 bush, white at
2 90. l'ye eomeS forward slowly. We
quote Sonthern at SI 10, and Pa. at SI
lSff,l 2;j. Corn at 8Sc for old yellow ;
86 Vor city, and" 848(5c for new. Oats
sold at f2 . -
On the lCth inst..y Rev. b. Phillips,. Mr.
DANIEL E. WINFIELD, of Orange county,
New York, and Mrs. RKETT B. HILL, of
Perrysville, Juniata eounty, Fa. Tj
On the 17th inst., in Iteale township, Juni
ata county, Mrs. ELIZABETH J. LEMON,
wife of Jacob Lemon, aged 44 years, 8 months
and 7 dijs.
Ji Fttate cf Jacob Jjtiom of Dtlawatt
to-vnth'ji arc d.
Notice is hereby eiren that letters of Toata
mentary on the estate of Jacob Besom ltteof
Delaware tovcsuip, deceased, have been
granted to the undersigned residing in Dela
ware township. All persons knowing them
selves indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment and those hav
ing claims will plense present them duly au
ii..tel for settlement.
Not. 29, 'G5l Ezceulrir.
DENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. ON AND
T after Monday, Nov. 20th 1865, Passenger
Trains will leave Mitflin Station as folio s
Philadelphia Express.. 12.37, P. M.
Fast Line C.31, A. M.
Day Express 11.18, A. M.
Cincinnati Express 4.31, P. M.
Mail Train 10.20 P. M.
Pittsbg.i. Erie Mai!.... 2.50, A. M.
Beltiuiore Express.,.. 4.59, A. M.
Philadelphia Express.. 5.30, A. M. .
Fast Line 6.21, 'P. M.
Mail Train :.. 3.53. P. M.
Emigrant Train 10.07. A.M.
JAMES NORTH, Ag't.
ELLSWORTH'S Copy Books can be had at
W ejd man's Book Store, for $1.90 per dot-
cn or 17 cents each.
Any teacher using over Five Dozen Copy
Books in his School, previous to April. 1860,
will receive a prize from II. Ji. Camsa, teach
er of the system,-
Nov. 22, 'C5-4t- ,
f cnrisjjf ania Paint & Color Works.
Liberty While Lead! Liberty White Lead!
TRY IT! ...... ... TRY ITt
Wr.r.ASTEn to cover mere sitrfacc, for tame
freight, than any other. " Buy the but it is the
chrrtpnt ! Try It ! Try lit .
Liberty Lead u vhiler than any other.
Liberty Lead covert heller than any other;
Liberty Lead veari longer than any other
Liberty Lead it more economical than any other.
Liberty Lead it more free from impuritie and is
WarrfTnted to do more and better tnork,
at ajieen eortjthan any other.
Buy the BEST,il is the CHEAPEST.
Slanufaotered and warranted by
ZEIGLER &. SMITH, .
Wholesale Drug, Paint C- Glast Dealers
SO. 137 North Third Street, Philacbijuia.
7v. 0'..-Ji.v l
VALUABLE FARM .
AT P UBLIC SALE
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL SELL ON
the premises, in Spruce Hill township.
Juniata county, at 1 o'clock, P. M., oa
Wednesday, December 20, 1865,
TBS rOLLOWISO HAL K8TATB TO WIT. .
A Tract of Land situated ia said township
and county, adjoining lands of Thomas I.
Milliken, Silas Smith, and than, containing
TWO HUNDRED . ACHES)
About 150 of which are cleared, in a good
state of cultivation and under good fences,'
and the balance the best quality of timber
land. The improvements are a - .....
Good D w elling House,
GOOD BARN, and all the necessary out-
DunuingB, an excellent uuuuaav 01. graitea
fruit, a feprinr of water with running pump,
convenient to the door, and a stream of
running water passing through the premiies.
The above farm is one of the best' in the
eounty, con t anient, to schools, . churches,
mills and stores, and will be sold on reason
able terms. '
'- JOHN McNEAL.
Nov. 22, '65-ts.
Valuable Property at Public Sale !
THE undersigned, Administralors of the
Estate of HENRY STINE, lite of Fer
managh township, Juniata eounty, Pa., dee d.,
will offer at public sale, on the premises, oa
FRIDAY, DEC'R 1st 1865-
The following Real and Personal Property
to wit : A tract of land situated in the above
named township, adjoining lands of Christitn
Seiber, Wm. Christy, and others, containing
More or less, in a good state of cultivation,
having thereon erected a
. LARGE LOG HOUSE,
LOO BARN, and all other necessary out
buildings, with a pomp of never-failing Water
at Inc door.
ALSO Two Horses, one Cow, three head of
Sheep, one Large Farm Y agon, one Pair Hay
Ladders, one Mraw Cutter, Plows, Ilarrowt,
Cultivntors, one Rockaway, together with a
large assortment of farming ntensils too nu
merous to mention. Oiain in the Ground,
Corn by the Bushel-
ALSO Ouo Ten-plate Steve, one liurcau,
one Cupboard, Bedsteads, &c, together wild
a large lot of household and kitchen furniture.
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock, A. M., of
said day, when attendance will be given and
terms made known by
C. W. STISE.1 . . ,
DAN L STINE, Adm n
WM. GIVEN, Auctioneer,
A VALUABLE FARM
At Private Sale !
'rUIE undersigned offers his farm, at private
JL sale, situated in Fayette township, Juni
ata county, Pa., five miles from Mifflintown,
two miles from McAlistersville and three
fourths of a mile from Oakland Mills, adjoin
ing ltnds of Adam Wcidman, John Hoffman
and others, containing
One hundred of which are cleared and in a
good State of cultivation, being lately well
limed, the balanoe well set with heavy timbtr.
The improvements are a
LARGE LOG HOUSE,
Suitable for two faraalies, a large Stone Bank
rarn. Wagon House, Carriage House, Waab
House; Stone Spring House and other out
buildings ; two Applo Orchards one young
rcfaard in good bearing eonditiou, with choice
ruit ; also, excellent Water at the door, a
splendid stream running close by the building,
through the form I there is a lime kiln on the
farm and a quarry of choice lime-stone con
venient to the farm The property is conve
nient to churches, schools, stores, mills, and
shops of all kinds. Persons desiring to view
the propertycan do so by calling on tte un
dersigned residing on tho farm. For further
S. H. KINZER,"
Oakland Mills, Juniata County, Pa.
AGENTS WANTED !
To canvass the new steel engravings of
Lincoln Family, .
Early Days of Washington, A.
Ferrograph Cartet de Tuitt or A'&uui Picture;
.- . At irreatly reduced Prices.
Special terms te disabled soldiers..
Send for Catalogue with terms.
JOHN DAINTY, Publisher,
15 S. Sixth Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Ettate of Jonat Seiber dec'i.
Notice is hereby given that letters of Tes
tamentary on the estate of Jonas Seiber,
late of Walker township, deceased, have
been grantea to the undersigned residing in
the same township. All persons knowing
hemscltes indebted to said estate are request
d to make immediate payment and those hav
ng claims will please present them duly au
thenticated for settlement.
SAMCEL SBIBKR, Jr.l
Not. 15, '65. 6t.
FLOUR a GRAIN-
FLOUR nd Grain, of all kinds, purchased
at Market rates, or received on storage
and shipped at the usual frieght rates. Hav
ing boats of our own, with careful captians
and hands, we will ship freight of any kind to
and from Philadelphia or any point along the
SULOUFF, FROW & PARKEK.
CALL AND EXAMINE
our Stock of Ready Made Clothing before
you Purchase Elsewhere, you will find on
hand a good assortment for Men and Boy3
ware, which wiil be sold cheap for cash of
. MICKEY 4 PENNELL. :
Jan 1-tf ' Patterson; Pa.
LU1UDKI LUMBER! I
t"fuil assortment, such as Boards, ricteis,
Xjl Lath, Shingles, Doors and Sash, on hand
end for sale bv
SULOUFF, FROW & PARKE
For Sle. ,
AliORSE AND MARE, near Centre School
House, Spruce IXi.ll township, Juaiata
county. J. F. O. LONG.
Nov. 22, '65-4t. - -
CITY HOTEL, Corner of Market and Rail
road Streets, opposite the Railroad Dep
as moderate as those of any ether
Mote! incite fir.. VH: Q XKOXP30N
W. H. BOtlMAS
nuiiiiinail Drcwaas -en
DRUG AND JEWELRY STORE
IfIAI ST RE V
TWO Doors North of Belford's Store.
" ' ttt . ':
WE WOULD EESPECTFULLT CALL
th attention of the publio to our
Stock of . 1 . ' - ."
. r FANCY SOAPS,
a4 a large variety of notions ; as also te oar
' .... 'STOCK OF WATCHES,
WATCU CHAINS, DREAST-PINS,
EAR AND FINGER RINGS,
6T WATCHES, CLOCKS and all kinds of
repsjred at tie shortest notice and on the
MOST REASONABLE TERMS. .
f ORDERS from PHYSICIANS prompt
ly attended to. A liberal diseount to Phy.
sicians. ' '
Sept. 27, '65-tf KOLLMAS BROTHERS
M1FFL1NT0 WN TIN SHOP.
"STAYING purchased the Tin and Sheet Iron
XI Store, located on Bridge Stieet, Mifflin
town, I would respectfully inform the public
that I intend to keep constantly on hand a
general assortment of
COOK & PARLOR STOVES.
1 in and Japan ware, the largest and best in
the county, and as to quality and workman
ship cannot be surpassed.
Job and Sheeting work, will be promptly at
tended to either in town or country. Brass
Copper and Lnameled trench Preserving Ket
tles, Dippers, Brass, Copper, French Tinnea.
Enamelled Hollow Ware, Waffle Irons Coal
Shovels, Fruit Cans, both common and Patent,
and of various measures, always on hand and
for sale- . r
Persons in want of anything in the above
line are requested to give tue a cull before
purchasing elsewhere, as I feels confident
that I can suit them either as regaids the
article or the price.
tzif Old copper, Bras and Pewter bought
and the highest price paid in cash-or goods
Cct. 18, 18C5. ly .
HEALTH AND UK A I TV.
CHAPMAN'S ILLUSTRATED GUIDE, ,
A beautiful little work of 50 pages, teaches
you how to remove Tan. Freckles, Pimples,
Blotches, eruptions, and all impurities of the
Skin how to produce a full growth of Whis
kers bow to produce a luxuriant growth of
Hair on a Bald Head cure Catarra, Purify
the Blood, Purify Breath to Curi and Beau
tify the Hair, Remove Superfluous Hair,
cure Drunkenness, cure Nervous Debility,
Ac how to Renew your Age, and other
nscfut and valuable information.
a o.ur tbi. w.rk win ue mailed free of
ohargv on application.
Address, T1IOS. f- CHAPMAN,
ClTKMIST AD PSRFCMER,
831 Broadway Yew York.
A C4RD TO THE SIFFERIXG.
DO YOU WISH TO BE CURED! If so,
swallow two or three hogsheads of 'Buchu,"
"Tonic Bitters," "Sarsaparrilla," "Nervous
Antidotes," &c, Sc., &c., and after you are
satisfied with the result, then try one box of
OLD DOCTOR BUCHAN'S ENGLISH SPE
CIFIC PILLS and be restored to health and
vigor in less than thirty days.' They are pure
ly vegetable, pleasant to take, prompt and
salutory in their effects on the broken-down
and shattered constitution. Old and young
can take them with advantage. DR. EU-
CHAN'S ENGLISH SPECIFIC PILLS cure
in less than thirty days, the worst cases of
NERVOUSNE3Svl0ipot2ncy, Premature De
cay, Seminal Weakness. Insanfty, and all
Urinary, Sexual, and Nervous Affections, no
matter from what cause produced. - Price,
One Dollar per box. Sent, postpaid, by mail,
on receipt of an order.
JAMES S. BUTLER,
No. 429 Broadway, New York, Genl. Agent.
P. S. A box sent to any
address on receipt of price which is One
Dollar pott free BwA descriptive Circu
lar sent on application. Nov. 15,'6o 8w. .
ER UOIIS !rF YOtTIK.
A gentleman who suffered for years from
Nervous and Genial Debility, Nightly Emiss
ions, and Seminal Weakness, the result of
youthful indiscretion,. and came near ending
uis aays in nopeiets misery, will, tor the sake
of suffering man, send to all Who need it,
(free of charge,) the receipt and directions
for making the simple remedy tifeil in his
case. Sufferers wishing to profit by the ad
vertiser's bad experience, and possess a sure
and valuable remedy, ean do So b'y addressing
him at once at his place of business. The
Recipe and full i.i formation of vital impor
tance will be cheerfully sent by return mail.
Address JOHN B. OGDEN, ;
No. 60 Nassau Street, New York.
P. 8. Nervous Sufferers of both sexes wiH
find this information invaluable
Nov. 15, '65-3m.
LOYE AND TIlTaiTIOW
Ladies and Gentlemen, if you wish to mar
ry, address the undersigned, . who will send
youwithout nioneyand without price, valuable
information that will enable you to marry
happily and speedily, irrespective of age,
wealth, or beauty. This information will cost
you nothing, and if you wish to marry, I will
cheerfully assist you. All letters strictly con
fidentel. The desired information sent by re
turn mail, and no questions asked. Address
SARAH B. LAMBERT,
Greenpoint, Kings County, New York.
Nov. 15, 'Go-Cm.
DO YOU WIS!! TO BE t l RED I
Put not poisoned chalice to your lips.
Or Death will be the fate of bim who sips :
Cul take the herbs in freshness from the field
And to the potent roots disease will yield.
Old Dr.. BCC UAN's Englith Specific Pill
cure, in less than thirty days, the worst cases
of A'ervoumett, Impotency, Premature Decay,
Seminal weakness. Insanity: and all Urinary.
Sexual or Nervous Affections, no matter from
what cause produced. Price One dollar per
box. Bent postpaid, by mail, on veoeipt of an
JAMES S. BUTLER,
429 Broadway, New York.
P. 8. Descriptive Circular Bent free on ap
plication. Address as above.
Sot- l,'85-w. -
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'' At IHB"
SULOUFF, FROW AND PARKER,
TBI CBTSTAl PALACB BCILDISO, .
r1HE .UNDERSIGNED ITAYING . TTTR
X chased the stock of goods formerly be
longing to Sulouff & Stambaugh, and having
added to it quite an assortment from the Phil
adelphia market, are now ready to suplly the
citizens of Mifflintown aud vicinity with any
thing and everything that is usually kept in
a country store, and a great many things that
have never been kept before. We are deter
mined to sell goods at a REDUCED PRICE
and make it an object for the people to buy
from us. A large stock of DRY GOODS, con
sisting of Ladies Dress Goods, such Ss
SHEPHERD PLAIDS, (all woel,
FANCY PLAIDS, (all wool)
PLAIN WOOL DELAINES
PRESS FLANNELS, ,
PLAIN SACK FLANNELS,
, ' WHITE FLANNELS, -:'
: BLUE TWILLED FLANNELS,
RtD FLANNELS, -
MUSLINS, " -i
BREAKFAST SHAWLS, &e., te.
Can be had at !
SULOUFF, FROW ft PARKER'S.
MOURNING DRESS GOODS:
. Veils, Colai-s, . -
Second Mourning Balmorals,
Hoods, Ac., Ac.
Everything desirable in this line, and a
... ery large stock,
At SnlonlT, Krow A lavker's.
A FULL assortment of Gentleman's Goods,
Can be had at
SULOUFF, FROW ft PARKER'S.
WE have one room devoted entirely to
Geats Furnishing Goods and Ready
Made Clothiiig, such as
Coats, Pants, Tests,
Over Coats, Boots ft Shoes,
Hats ft Caps, White Shirts
Flannel Shirts,' Undershirts, and
' SULOUFF,"fROW & PARKER.
AFTJLt assortment of TRUNKS and TRAV
ELVING BAGS. Also, XOtlOSS, sUch
as Hose,' Gloves, Buck Gloves and Mils, (very
best quality.) Kid Gloves for ladies and gents,
unfinished Kid, nt
SULOUFF, FROW & PARKER'S
E have on-hand a good quality of Hard-
CARPENTER TOOLS, ft BLACKSMITH
TOOLS, such as Anvils, Bellows, &c, Shoe
maker Tools, Saws, Axe?, Augurs, Iron, Steel.
Nails, Horse 8hoes and Horse Shoe Nails by
the keg and pound, Ropes ct all sizes from 2
inches down to J inch by the round. Bugy
and Wagon Sprins, Grind Stones, and Grind
Stone Pictures, at
SULOUFF, FROW ft PARKER S
A LARGE stock of Quecnswwe, Cedarware,
such as Tubs, Butter Bowls, Buckets,
Churns, Baskets. Horse Buckets. &c-, at
SULOUFF,. FROW. ft. PARKER'S.
. CARPETS I CARPETS. I.!. .
A LARGE and good varietyof AT.KjrQQL,
RAO and IfEMP CARPETS on band
and for sale cheap.- at
SULOUFF, FROW & PARKER'S
THE best quality of .If A CKER fc'. JIEI2
RIA'G and SHAD always on ban!. And,
also, a good supply of Plostcr and Calcined
Plaster, at. -
SULOUFF, FROW & PARKER'S.
A large quantity of Nut, Egg, Prepared,
BUcksmith and Limeburner's Coal on
hand and for sale by
SULOUFF, FROW & PARKER.
Persons can be supplied with, foal
Plaster, Sji,, &c., at the lowest prU-e. by our
agent at ompsontown, ELlH'O BENNER,
who is also authorized to .urehase Grain and
give the highest market Prices.
SMr. CLINE is, also, onr authorized
agent at Perrysville to purchase Grain and
sell Coal, Plaster ind Salt for ns.
Give us a call and you cannot fall lo be
9" Highest prices paid for Country Pro
duce, and taken in exchange for goods.
SULOUFF, FROW, & PARKER.
NEW GOODS at NEW PRICES
AT JIRS. F. HANNEMAN'S
WHO has just returned from the City with
a large assortment of
Millinery and Fancy TJoods,
Consisting in partef Bonnr f9 and Bonnet Silks,
Flowers and Trimmings, Emborderies, Lace
Goods, HandkerchieJs. Balmoral Skirts, Hoop
Skirts; Gloves, Bijad Gimps and Ornaments,
Notions and stuall wares, forming the best
assortment of '
TAUL AND WINTER GOODS
Ia the County.
Sha solicits a call from the public, being
confident that she can suit all.
' tot - '.
T)ersons indebled to the late firm of Sulouff
Jl ft Stambangh, will please can ana mane
settlement with the undersigned, who will.
for a short time, give his personal attention
to books and accounts of the late firm. He
will be found at the office of the late plae of
business. " -
: '- -o-
WILL be sold at the Bouse of O. Hal
teman, ia Johnstown, Juniata eounty,
Pa.,'onJ ' v
SATURDAT, DECEMBER 2nd, l?6a,
At 1 o'clock, P. M., All that certain valuable
lot of Ground containing
More or less, late the residence of Mrs. HAN
NAH ELLIOTT, dee'd., adjoinining lands of
Judge Oles and , others, one-half mile from
Johnstown, whereon is erected a good . '-
M STONE HOUSE, Jj.
Log and Frame Barn, Wagon' Sliefl, Corn
Crib and other necessary oat-buildings. The
land is all cleared and in a good state of cul
tivation. " There are about fifty . -
and twenty CHERRY TREES and other fruit
trees oa .the premises.
Aiiy person desirirg to view the premises
will pleaee call on John Beale, of Beale town
enip. TERMS J Ten per cent, in cash at sale
arid the one-half of the balance en the 1st
day of April, 1866, when possession and good
title will be given, and the residue on the 1st
day of October, 1866. For further particu
JOHN H. BEALE,
LADIES' FANCY FURS .' !
Jio. 718 Arch Street,
above "trv Phila,
,t I nave nw In stere
J of my own Importa
tion and Manafao-
fture, one of the lar-
' r a t .ail mAl han.
tiful selections of
for CHILDREN'S WEAR in the City, t Also
a fine assortment of Gents'-Fur Gloves and.
I am enabled (o dispose of my ;oods at
very reasonable prices, and 1 would therefore
solicit a ball from my jriends of Juniat eoun
ty and vicinity. - g-jjf Remember the Name,
Number and Street.
718 Arch Street, above 7th, sonth side,'
SgJuI have no partner, nor' connection
with-any other store io Philadelphia.
Oct 4, '65-43. - - - ' - "
Prime Rio Coffee, Prepared Coffee, Pulver
ized Sugar, Crushed Sugar, N. O. Sugar,
S. II. Sugar, N, O. Molasses, S. II. Molasses,
Loverine Syrup, Chocolate, Mustard, Rice,
S.'arch. Nu.megs, Cloves, Cassia, Ginger, Corn
Starch, Fiah, Salt, &o., &c, for. sale cheap at
hNsw Stohs in Patterson.
Jnl-tf J B M TODD
T EW STORE
IN, THO MP SON 1 0 W N.
JUST opened in the New Ptore Boom under
the Odd Fellows Hall, in Thompsoutown,
Juniata county. Pa., a well sekcted sod ele
gant assortment of Dry Goods, eoneisting ia
part of '
I.Bdies' Dress Goods,
Snch'as Delaines, Challies, Lusters. Alpaccas,
all wolol Delaines, Sheperd Tlaid Lawns, and
a full assortment of Ladies White and Fancy
Uoous, ana a large assortment ol
elllE LEY GC0ES,
Donslantly on band and for sale cheap for
R. II. WRIGHT.
'Al2o, GENTLEMAN'S CLOTHrGG EMPO
RIUM in the same building. An. elegant as
sortment of ready made Clothinng for Men
rnd Boys, consisting irt part of Fancy Frock
Coats, Dress Coats, Pants, Vests Drawers,
Collars, Undershirts, Handkerchiefs, - . N -
Dais & Caps, Boots &, Shoes,
And everything usuaty found ia a first class
Genileraan's Furnishing Store.
Fancy Goods of all kinds. Ladies' Gaiters
and Balmoral Fine Shoes, for Misses and Chil
dren, Carpets and Oil Cloth, &o. Also, .a good
stock of . - .
Hardware ant Cmlerv. Btuct. Oils. Paints'
and all sneh articles as are asually found in a
country store. .',:."
lue highest crices caiJ for countrr
produce. Kjy Goods sold at small profits,
Call and. examine mv Stock and see for
yourself a3 I am always ready to wait on cus
tomert jst above the Square at Wright's
Cheap Cash Store and Clothing Emporium,
inompsontown. i a.
A Valuable Farm
. AT . -
THE undersigned offers nt private snlc, Ihnt
well known farm, situated in . Payette
township. Juniata county, Pa., about 6 miles
from Mifflintown and Penn'a. railroad, 1 mile
from Oakland Milta and 14 miles from-McAlistersville.
The Cedcr Spring road from Mif.
flintown to Sunbury. passes through the prem
ises. The farm contains about
Of the first quality of Limestone Land. The
improvements are a large Uriels House,
'lo by 45, with an excellent Well of limestone
water at the door a large Frame Hank
Barn, 80 "by 45 feet, corn crib, wagon shed,
carriage house, tool house, and work shop.
All these buildings am new and bnilt in a
substantial manner. The land is alt cleared
but 7 aires, which is nnder good' fence, and
in a good state of cultivation, with rnnning;
water through the premises. There is, aiso
a first rate
opened on the farm. . Two apple orchards,
filled with a choice selection of grafeJ fruit
For further particulars, enqurre of Lucian
Wilson; Esq.. at Oakland Mills, who is au
thoriied to sell.
Oct. 2 i, 1865-tf.
W. A. LEVERING,
Inbcr& Commlslots Merchant
Callowhill S treet Wharf,
Supplies of Timber,' Staves, Locust Tins
Hoop PeWs, fte fto and Lnmber-generaiy,
will bi purchased oontraoted for, or received!
en eomnisjioB, at the tuition of 'bo shipper