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&t niiala Stntiufl.
S5NIsIApM0RSliNa, Deo. 13,
TOWN AND C ?USTHY.
Cloth I no. Persons in want of good
mod substantial Clothing, would do well to
wl at D. W. llarley Co' Cheap Cloth
ing Store, uu Bridge Street, Jlifilintown.
The bave a large and select stock of
Clothing, and are culling them at very
Coi'BT Yard Fu.nck. Workmen are
engaged in puttiu up the iron fence
round the Court Yard. It ia a very neat
and substantial affair, and when finished,
-will add much to tho appearance ot our
Job Work. As the season for talcs
of personal property is about opening, we
would invite farmers and others who ate
about to make sale of their stock to give
vs a call, and examiae our specimens and
prices before goiug elsewhere. Our fa
cilities for doing all kinds -of Job Work
are to thorough as to give us great ad
vantage iu. turning out fork. If any of
ur friends have auy job-?jik ou Land
we hope they will give us a call.
USrWe publish as a matter cf interest
the following list of names and tho re
spective age of the jurors in tho case of
Hardy's Heirs vs. James North. It will j
t .1 . ii i . re... 1
oe seen mat an out tnrej are over unj
yeurs, and tho combined age of the twelve
jurors foots up a period of C'-ii years.
.This jury was impaneled cS Tuesday at
10 A. M., and was discharged at6o'ccltk
tn Saturday evening.
Joseph Xauion CO
Solomon Louden ;.. Co
Jonas Panncbaker 64
James II. Rogers 55
Andrew Furgeson 56
AYilliain Neely . 58
John Weiiuer : 55
. W. McDonald 51
John Lnndis 35
John Ualentine 43
ltauiel ISastin : 51
Cornelius McCleilau 31
How to Detect the New Counter-j-str
Fietv Cent Currency. The mot
recent of the counterfeit fifty cent to;cs
are so well executed that tbby arc likely
lo deceive even the best ''experts." The
followiug information be found use
ful in aiding our readers to detsct them :
The counterfeit is about an eighth cf an
iuch shorter than tho genuine. The
words "United States", in the counterfeit
re not so clearly defined as in the gcuu
ine. The sword held by the female in
the viginette appears as a white streak iu
genuine. In the counterfeit it
more heavily engraved. Under the word
and" in the right upper corner there is
a flourish in the counterfeit. The last
detect is one of the simplest means of de
tecting the bogus notes.
Mcsical Instruments. Tl.cic is a
feeling generally among persons about to
purchase musical instruments, tuat were
they i'i Philadelphia or New Turk, they
could select from a number of instru
ment a better Piano or Cabiuct Organ
thau they can buy from an agent. -Mason
k Uaiuliu, iu order lo meet this feeling,
liavo established a number of larger
ageueies, where they keep a large number
cf organs of the various styles, so that
persons can have the tame advauta-i
gsin buyiug that they could iu the cities
or at the Manufactory. The uudersigned
(ins one of those larger ageueies, and
keeps cunstsritly cn hacj a variety ot the
various styles uf Cabinet Organs, from
which persons wishing can make as good
a selection as were they in Philadelphia
or Pittsburgh, thereby saviog the freight
from either of those places, as h!g prices
are precisely the same as in Philadelphia
or Pittsbbrg, or the Manufactory, Doston.
A player is at the store room constant
ly who will perform ou the instruments,
and xbimt their various powers and real
ities, show the different stops and their
combinations, and explain their internal
I also keep ou hand a fine selection of
Pianos from the celebrated manufactories
of Steinway & Sons, New York, and
Gachle & Co's., Baltimore, which I tell
ii factory pi ices. ,
Persons ordering no Organ or Piano
by Utter ars assured that as gaod an in
strument will be sent as if they were
here to selec it personal, the subscriber
considering himself bound by honor and
interrtt to selecs aud forward none other
than the very lent of the style ordered.
The Subscriber is anxious to put into the
band of every one, whether they intend
purchasing an instrument or not, a copy
of the Cabinet Organ Circular, which
contains a vast amount of interesting
musical iuformatios, and will send free,
post paid, a copy to any one desiring it.
It. 31. GliEEXE
Sole Assent for the Masoa t Hamlin
CaVisit O.-gM, f:r Centra! Pesos? j
TuANksoiVja Day Owing to the
fact that court was in session last week,
this day was not observed in ,very ap
propriate manner. The printing offices
were the only places of business that had
closed doors. Court had a short recess
during the day for the purposfa of allow
ing persons in attendance an opportunity
of attending Divine Service. Tho only
place of worship during the day was at
the M. E. Church, where it was under
stood a sermon would be preached, after
which a collection would be "taken up
for the relief of the South or in other
words, for the purpose of "giving aid and
cow for." to a people whose hands are red
with the blood of our starved and mur
Public Sales. Bills have been print
ed at this office for the following sales :
Christopher Hardy, of Milford town
ship, Ileal Estate, Wednesday, January
Jeremiah Lyons, Assignee of Henry
Urubaler, of Turbett township, Ileal Es
UteTuo3day, January 9th, 1S6G.
Christopher Fagely, Fayette township,
Real Estate and Personal Property, Tues.
day, December 28th, 1S65.
Samuel Yeatcr, of Turbett township,
Ileal Estate and Personal Property, on
Weduesday, December 20th, 18G5.
George .Miller, Walker township, Per
sonal Property, ou Tuesday, December
See new advertisemenU in to-day'i pa
per for above sales.
Covrt Proceedings. Acdos Snyder
vs. Robert McCruro. Assumpsit. Ver
dict for defcudant. Parker and Lyons
for pl'ff, Doty for deft.
W. II. Patterson et al vs. Jas. North.
Action of ejectment. Verdict for dcfTt,
Alexander and McKee for pl'ff, Doty and
Parker for dofFt.
Co"ia. vs. Samuel Chatbanis. Indict
ment Larceny. Opiuion of tho Court
below reversed by the Supreme Court,
and the Court below directed to sentence
Sentence Nine months in the county
(jail, and pay a fine of one dollar and costs
Com. vs. John Jenkins. Indidtment
Larceny. True bill. Defendant plead
guilty. Sentence Four months in the
county jail, pay a fine of one dollar and
cots of prosecution.
Coni. vs. Ellen Kinder. Indictment
Com. vs. Alexander Leach. Iudict
ment Larceny. Defendant plead not
guilty. Verdict Guilty. Sentinoe
One year and four months in the Eastern
Penitentiary at solitary confinement at
j hard lubor, pay a fine of one dollar and
eosts. District Attorney and Lyons for
Com., Doty for pl'ff.
Super, "j bbl. $7 r0 Butter, prime "ji lb 85
Kxtra, ............. 7 75 jliuitcr, n rate 30
t'uncv, 9 OU ILard, i'O
Uc, Ji cwl. o (K)
Buckwheat 4 OU
Corn Meii,... 1 73
White wbeit,... 2 10
Red Wheat i bu 1 W'J
Buckwheat, 1 00
Oam,' - M
Clover, bus 7 00
Timothy. 3 00
E(tg. doi 30
ilogs. cut 12 00
liain, lb . 25
Sides & Shoulders 10
Fore qr.'pl ct 12 00
Hind qr 14 00
Chickens, jJ pair 50
,'Jeese 1 00
(Turkeys 2 09
iUt 2 23
l!unpi.-ian.. . . . SO
Irevcnton stove V UO
do Egg 9 00
DIUED : kut,
Xrulcs. bu 3 00 JSuubury stove 9
da Eee 9 00
Chestnut 8 00
Pea, ' 5 DO
Mixed . a 00
Oak, 4 00
Hickory, 4 50
Timothy, - 10 30
Clover. 8 00
Coal Oil t gal 1 00
Salt, fJ isack 3 60
New Irish, "j bu 100
Sweet 3 00
Apr '.e?, t bu 1 50
Onion?, - 1 00
White Bonns,... 2 50
Beeswax, 'id R 45
10 Plaster, ton 10 00
25 Nails 10 00
Woo', washed...- 50 JUNIATA SENTINEL
P. hits, 5 I In advance $2 00
Corrected weekly by SuloufT, Frow & Parker.
PniLAcrLrniA, Dec. 11, 1SC5.
FLOUR & MEAL. The rates are con
fined to small lots for the supply of home
consumers at 8723-8 bbl. for super
fine ; 83 25(0)0 for extras ; S3 50(o)9 50
tor northwest extra iamily ; glO(ull Tor
Pa. and Ohio do, do , and $11 50(13 for
for fancy lots, according lo quality. Rye
Flour has declined 50c j3 bbl. with small
sales at $3 50. Corn Meal is quiet.
GRAIN. We quote new red at
$2 102 20 ; old do. at S2 la2 25,
and white at 82 40(2 70 bush. Rye
ranges from SI to 81 06. Corn is not so
abundant. Sales of new yellow at 80
83c, and old at S7e. 2000 bushels Dela
ware Oats sold at 49c. There is a fair
amount of Cloversced couiiug forward,
but the most of it is of poor quality, and
this description is not wanted. We quote
within the range of 87 25 25, the
latter for prime. Prices of Timothy are
nominal. Small sales of Flaxseed at 83
153 20, at which figures it is taken on I
'arrival by the crushers.
GOLD. Gold close 1 at ?1 43.
On the 7th, iaat., by the Eev. E. Yf. Kirby.
at the residence of the bride's father, in
Mifflintowa, Mr. THOMAS 0. PAKKEE and
Hiss. M. CHARLOTTE MARTIN, daughter
of Capt. Martin, all of Mifflintowa.
The happy eouple have our aineere thanks
ror weir liberality to the Printer. May ihty
enjoy mug, uppy ana prosperous luti, n
interrupted by the chilling winds of adver
HEALTH AND BEAUTY
CHAPMAN'S ILLUSTRATED GUIDE,
A beautiful little work of 50 pages,' teaches
you how to remove Tan, Freeklea, Pimples,
Blotohcs, Eruptions, and all imparities of the I
Skin how to produce a full growth of WSWW
Eers now to produce a lux unani growin oi
ilair on a Bald Head cure Calarra Baiify
the Blood, Purify Breath to Curl ani Beau
tify the Hair, Remove Superfluois Hair,
cure Drunkenness, cure Nervous- Debility,
4c, &c how to Renew your Aje, and other
useful and valuable information.
A coreof this work will be nailed free of
charge on application. '
Address THUS. F- CHAPMAN,
Chemist an Pmfomer,
831 Broatwayew York.
I C4RI TO TUB Mi'FtKIXG?
DO YOU WISH TO BS CURED? If so,
swallow two or three hogsheads of 'Buchu,"
"Tonic Bitters," "Sarsayarrilla," "Nervous
Antidotes," &c., &c.,.&a, and after you are
satisfied with the result. then try one box of
OLD DOCTOR B'JCHAa S ENGLISH SPE
CIFIC PILLS and be restored to health and
vigor in less than thirty days. They are pure
ly Tegetable, pleasant to take, prompt and
salutary in their effects on tho broken-dowa
and shattered constitution. Old and young
can take them with advantage. DR. BU
CHAN'S ENGLISH SPECIFIC PILLS cure
in less thin thirty days, the worst cases of
NERVOUSNESS, Impotincy, Premature De
cay, Seminal Weakness. Insanity, and all
Urinary. Sexual, and .lervous Affections, no
matter from what cause produced. Price,
One Dollar per box. Sent, postpaid, by mail,
on receipt of aa order.
JAMES 9. UUlLfctl,
No. 429 Broadway, New York, Genl. Agect
P. 8. A box sent lo any
address on receipt of price which is One
Dollar pott free SnuA descriptive Circu
lar sent on application. Nov. 1565- 8w.
THIS WAY FOR BARGAINS !
NEW GOODS AT
MICKEY & PEttttEL'5.
The undersigned has just received a large
stack of Dry Uoodt and Groceries at their
store on Rail Road Street, in Patterson, which
they are opening to the public, at tht following
low prices . . ,
Pbists. ' Bkowm SbC atisqs.
Best Quality at ..:...25lfe' Quality 40
S-cond -.24 j Sond .39
DeLaisks. ff01 33
Plain (all wool)....70 '
Kiirnrort " I -
Fancy and plain
All wool Socks-48to(Ja
Boots k Shoes.
Ladies- . . .,$2 to? 15
Misses $1 20to2 25
Best Quality 3T
Second......... ... ;.S3
Best Quality 45
Mm i. os.
Black and other
Childrens ...4tllo8I 25
Oents Boots 53 50 7 50
Boys $1 25to2 2
!TTiirs....Sl 2lHil 40
Colors 50to$l 301
Ba!fcoroL.S2 75to4 60,gUgftr hoise 70
tioip ait pr,cri, Sugars, brown.. 14tol8
Tickings 25, 3oto65
Jeans from 40to70
Ladies' Coata latest
Satinet 70to$l 23!gtjl,
Cassimeres...$l 25to3 jjr
.$12 0Oto20 00
Woolen Hoods75to2 50
Hats and Caps al all
Best Quality 50
Motions A full as
sortment of Lddies' &
.85. Gents' Gloves, Hos-
30!icry, &c. at all prices,
Filth... 25,to suit purchasers.
. Also, a full assortment of Queensware.
Hardware, Tinware, Brooms, Brushes, Bask
ets. Buckets. Tubs, Tobacco, Segars, &e., &c,
usually kept in a country store. Purchasers
will do well by calling and examening our
stofk, before purchasing elsewhere, as ocr
motto is to sell cheap for CASH or Country
Nov. 29,'C5. ly. Patterson, Pa.
ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICE. Notice is
hereby given that letters of administra
tion on the estate of SAMUEL OKESON, late
of Beale township, deceased, have been grant
ed to the undersigned, residing as aforesaid,
by the Register of Juniata county. All
persons knowing themsolres indebted to said
es?te will make immediate payment, and
those baTibg claims will present them duly
authentica;?d for settlement.
nov. 29-6w. N. OKESON', .iam'r.
ADMINISTRATORS SoTICE". Notice is
hereby given that letters of administra
tion on the estate of JOEL YODEK, ia'e of
Fermanagh township, deceased, have been
granted to the undersigned, residing as afore
said. All persons knowing themselves in
debted to said estate will bake immediate
payment, and those having ilainls will pre
sent them duly, authenticated for settlement
JONAS A. YODIR I . . ,
.NATHAN T0DE4 J -"
ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICa. Notice is
hereby given that letters of tdministra
tion on the estate of HENRY STIE, late of
Fermanagh township, deceased, have been
granted to the undersigned, residing a afore
said. All persons knowing theniselvtg in
debted to said estate will make immediate
payment, and those having claims will pre
sent them duly authenticated for settlement,
nov. 23-6w. CHARLES STINE, Adm'r.
FLOUR & GRAIN,
FLOUR and Grain, of all kinds, purohised
at Market rates, or received on storage
and shipped at the usual frieeht rates. Hav
ing boats of our own, with eareful cantians
and hands, we will ship freight of any kind to
and from Philadelphia or any noint alone tha
SULOTJFF, FROW k PARKER.
Prime Rio Coffee, Prepared Coffee. Pulver-
ueu Sugar, Crushed Sagar, N. O. Sugar,
S. H. Sugar, N, O. Molasses, S. H. Molaasos,
Lovering Syrup, Chocolate, Mustard, Rice,
t.'arch, Jiuimegs, Cloves, Cassia, Ginger, Corn
Starch, Fish, Salt, ci, &c, for sale cheap at
tuaJifw Stori in Patterson.
Jnl-tf JEM TODD
EltlTOKS OF YOUTH.
a gentleman who suffered for year from
, .... .mi Genial Debility. Nftthtly Emiss-
fL. and Seminal Weakness, the result of
youthful indiscretion, and oame near ending
his days in aopeiets misery, wii. m u
of suffering man, send to all who need it,
free of charge,) the receipt and directions
ror making the simple remedy used in bis
Sufferers wishing to proBt by the ad
Tertiser's and experience, and possess a sure
and valuable remedy, can do so by addressing
him at once at his place of business. The
Recipe and full information of vital impor
tancewill be cheerfully sent by return mail.
Address JOHN B, OGDEN,
No. 60 Nassau Street. New York.
. p. S. Nervous Sufferers of both sexes will
find this information invaluable
Nov. 15, '6o-3m. -
LOVE AND MA.TIitIOIY
T.,li and Gentlemen, if you wish to marT
ry, address the undersigned, who will sed
youwithout moneyand without price, valuable
information that will enable you to marry
knrl .nauuiiiv. irresneotive of aze,
l-Wl, K..,it Thia infnrn.ation will Cost
you nothing, and if you wish to marry, I wUl
oheerfully assist you. All letters strictly con-
fidenta;. Tha Uesirea miormaiion "
turn mail, and no Questions asked, jid.lress
BAKAll B, LAMDlftlfi "
Greenpoint, Kings County, New York.
Nov. 15, 'G5-3m.
DO YOU WISH TO BE CURED J
Put not poisoned chalice to your lips,
Or Death will be the fate of him who sips :
But take the herbs in freshness from the field
And to the potent roots disease will yield.
Old Dr. BUCHAN's English Specific Pill
cure, in less than thirty days, the worst cases
of Xenounttt, Impotency, Premature Decay,
Seminal weakness. Insanity, and all Urinary,
Sexual or Nervous Affections, no matter from
What cause produted. Price One iollar per
box: Sent postpaid, by mail, on receipt of an
. James s.- butler,
429 Bioadway, New York.
P. 8. Descriptive Circular sent free on ap
plication. Address as above.
Hot- 1, '-Sw.
t. H. aOLLHAa. W. H. aOLLMA
ROLLMiX BROTH KRS.
DRUGTAJJD JEWELRX STORE
TWO Doors North of Belford's Store.
WE WOULD RESPECTFULLY CALL
the attention of the publia to ear
and a large variety of notions ; as also te our
STOCK OF WATCHES,
WATCH CHAINS, DREAST-PINS,
EAR AND FINGER RINGS,
fSf WATCHES, CLOCKS and all kinds of
repaired at the shortest notice and on the
MOST REASONABLE TERMS.
Igr- ORDERS from PHYSICIANS prompt
ly attended to. A. liberal disoount to Pby.
sicians. . .
Sept. 27, '65-tf
MIFFLLN1WN TLX SHOP.
HAYING purchased the Tin and Sheet Iron
Store, located on Bridge Stieet, Mifliin
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.
Jo anil Sheeting work, will be promptly at
tended to either ia town or country.,-Brass
Copper and Enameled French Preserving Ket
tles, Dippers, Braes, Coppery French Tinned.
Enamelled Hollow Ware, Waffle Irons Coal
Shovels, Fruit Cans, both common and Patent,
and of various measures, always on hand and
Persons in want of anything in the aboTe
line are requested to give me a call before
purchasing elsewhere, as 1 feels confident
that I can suit them either as regaids the
article ir the price.
S3T Old copper. Bras ani Pewter benght
and the highest price paid in cash or goods
JACUU U. W1AC.K.
Oct. 18, 1&5. ly.
riENNSTLVANIA RAILROAD. ON AND
IT after Monday, Nov. 20th 1865, Passenger
Trains will leave Mifflin station as follows
Philadelphia Express.. 12.37, P. M.
Fast Uae 6.31, A. M.
Day Impress.- 11.18, A. M.
Cincinnati Express . 4.31, P. M.
Mail Train....! 10.20 P. M.
Pittsbg.&. Erie Mail.... 2.50, A. M.
Baltimore 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. 19.07. A. M.
JAMES NORTH, Ag't.
BR. S. O. KJ2MPFER, (late army snr
geon) having located in Patterson tend
ers his professional services to the citizens o
this place and surrounding country.
Dr. K. having had eight years experience
in hospital, general, and army practice, feels
prepared to request a trial from those who
may be so unfortunate as to need medical at
tendance. He will be found at the brick building op
posite the "Sshtisi Orrtcs," or at his resi
dence in the borough of Patterson, at all
hours, except when professionally engaged.
July 22, 1865.-tf.
ELLSWORTH'S Copy Books ean be had at
Weidman's Book Store, for $1.90 per doz
en or 17 cents each.
Anv teaeher nsinir over Five Dozen Cony
Books in his School, previous to April, 18G6,
willree eive a prise from H. M. Cudbr, tsach-
SULOUFF, FROW AND PARKER,
IS TH CaTSTAL PAZACa BUILDISO,
MIFFLINTO WN, PA.
fjlHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING PDR
J.' chased the stock of goods formerly be
losging to Sulouff k Stambaugh, and having
added to it quite an assortment from the Phil
adelphia market, are now ready to snplly the
citiiens of Mifflintowa aud vicinity with any
thing and everything that ia usually kepi in
a country store, anL great many things, that
have never been kept bafore. We are . deter
mined to sell goods at a REDUCED PRICE
and make it an object for tba people to buy
from us. A large stock of DRY UUODS, con
slating of Ladies Dress Goods, such as
SHEPHERD PLAIDS, (all wool,
FANCY PLAIDS, (all wool)
PLAIN WOOL DELAINES
PLAIN SACK FLANNELS,
BLOj? TWILLED FLANNELS,
BREAKFAST SHAWLS, 4c, 4.
Can be had at
. SULOUFF, FROW & PARKER'S.
MOURNING DRESS GOODS;
Black Shawls. '
Second Dfonrning Balmorals,
Hoods, Ac, Ac.
Everything desirable in this line, and a
very large stock,
At Sulouff, Frow A Parker's.
A FULL assortment of Gentleman's Goods,
Can it had at
SCLOUFF, FROW & PARKER'S.
WE have one room devoted entirely "to
. Gents Furnishing Goods and Ready
Made Clothiug, sue) as
Coats, Pants, Tests,
Over Coas, Boots & Shoes,
Hats & Caps, White Shirts
Flannel Shirt9, Undershirts, and
. . Dtnwers;
SULOUFF, FROW & PARKER.
A FULL assortment of TRUNKS and TRAT
ELVING BAGS. Also, XOTIOXS, such
as Hose, Gloves, Buck Gloves and Mils, (very
best quality,) Kid Gloves for ladies and gents,
unfinished Kid. at
SULOUFF, FROW & PARKER'S
WE have on hand a good quality of Hard
ware, comprising a full assortraont of
CARPEXTER TOOLS, k BLACKSMITH
TOOLS, such as Anvils, Bellows, &c, Shoe
maker Tools, Saws, Axes, Augurs, Iron, Steel.
Nails, Horse Shoes and Horse Shoe Nails by
the keg and pound, Ropes of all sizes from 2
inches down to inch by the pound. Buggy
and Wagon Sprins, Grind Stones, and Grind
Stone Pictures, at " r
SULOUFF, FROW 4 PARKER'S
. . CARTETS ! CARPETS ! 1
A LARGE and good variety of A LL WOOL,
RAO arid HEMP CARPETS on hand
and for sale cheap, at
SULOUFF, FROW & PARKER'S
FUMBEKt LUMBER 1 1 -
A fill assortment, such as Boards, Pickets,
Lath, Shingles, Doors and Sash, on hand
nd for sale by
SULOUFF, FROW & PARKER
THE best quality of MKCKEREL, HER
RIXO and SIAD always on hand. And,
also, a good supply of Plaster and Calcined
SULOUF, FROW & PARKER'S.
A large quantity of Nut, Egg, Prepared,
Blacksmith and Limeburner's Coal on
handend for sale by
SULOUFF, FROW & PARKER.
Persons ean be supplied with Coal,
Plaster, Sih, 4e., at the lowest, price, by our
agent at ompsontown, ELIIIU BENNER,
who is also authorised to purchase Grain and
give the highest market Prices.
J6T Mr. CLINE is, also, our ant sorted
agent at Perrysville to purchase Grain and
sell Coal, Plaster and Salt for us.
Give na a call and you cannot fail to be
lfcS" Highest prices paid for Country Pro-
I duce, and taken in exchange for goods.
NEW GOODS at MW PRICES
AT MRS. F- HANNEMAN'S
WHO has just returned from the City with
a large assortment of
Xillinery and Fancy Goods,
Consisting in partof Bonnets and Bonnet Silks,
Flowers, and Trimmings, EmbordeVieSj Lace
Goods, Handkerchiefs.. Balmoral Skirts, Hoop
Skirts, Gloves, Bead GimpS and Ornaments,
Notions and small wares, forming the best
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
la the Connty.
She solicits a call from the publio, being
confident that she ean suit all.
Persons indebted to the late firm of Sulouff
4 Stambaugh, will please call and make
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 place ef
A VALUABLE FARM
At Private Sale !
. , . i .. T - -
THE undersigned often his farm, at private
sale, situated ia Fayette township, Juni
ata connty. Pa., five miles from Mifflin town,
two miles from MeAliitersville and tbree
fourths of a mile from Oakland Mills, adjoin
ing lands of Adam Wsidxan, Joha Hoffman
and others, containing
One hundred of which are cleared and in a
good State of cultivation, being lately well
limed, the balance well set with heavy timber.
Ths improvements are a
LARGE LOG HOUSE,
Suitable for two famalies, a large Stone Bank
Uarn, Wagon House, Carnage House, nana
House, Stone Spring House and other out
buildings ; two Apple Orchards one young;
rehard in good bearing condition, with choice
fruit; also, excellent water at the door, a
spleudid stream running close by the building,
through the farm ; there is a lime kiln on tha
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 the un
dersigned residing on the farm. For further
S. H. KINZER,
- Oakland Mills, Juniata County, Pa,
i T P.UBLIC SALE
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL SELL OX
the premises, in Spruce Hill township,
Janiata county, at 1 o'clock, P. M., on
Wednesday, December 20, 1865,
,..TBB lOLLOWIXO EIAL ISTATB 10 WIT.
A Tract at Land situated in said township
and county, adjoining lands of Thomas 1.
Milliken, Silas Sniita, aad others, containing
TWO Rl.DRED ACRES,
About 150 of which are cleared, in a (rood
state of sultiration and under good fences,
and the balance the best quality of limber
land. The improvements are a . ..
Good 1) wTrlling House,
GOOD BABN, and all the necessary out
buildings, an excellent ORCHARD or grafted
fruit, a Spring of water with running pump.
convenient to the door, and a stream ef
running water passing through the premises.
The above farm is one of the best in the
eo'isty, convenient to schools, churches.
mills and stores, and will be sold on reason
able terms, j- - - .-.-
: - J0H2I McKEAL.
Nov. 22, '65-ts.
A Valuable Farm
'"PnE t-ndcrsigned offers at private sale, that
X well known farm, situated in Fayette
township, J'.'nir.to county,- Fa-, about 6 miles
from Mimintown and reau S. railroad, 1 mil
from Oakland Mills and 1J toites from McAlis
tersville. The Ceder Spwng road from Mif.
fimtown to Sunbury, passes through the premi
ses. The farm contains about
Of the first quality of Limestone Land. The
improvements are a large Itrlck lloose,
35 by 4r, with an excellent well of limestone
water at the door ; a large Frame ltank.
Barn, 80 by 45 feet, corn crib, wagon shed,
carriage house, tool house, and work shop.
All these buildings are new and bum in a
substantial manner. The land is all cleared
blit 7 acres, which is under good fence, and
in a gool state of cultivation, wilh running
water through the prertircs. There is, also
a first rate ' -. -: .
opened on the farm. Two apple orchards.
filled with a choice selection of grafed fruit
For further particulars, enquire of Lucian
Wileoni Esq.. at Oakland Mills, who is au
thorised to sell.
Oct. 24, lSoo-tf. - , , -
LADIES' FANCY FURS! !
!fo. 718 Arth Sunt,
above 7th, Phila,
'zie I nave now in store
J of my own Importa-
-ture. one of the lar-
1F tiful selections of
for CHILDREN'S WEAR in the City. Also
a fine assortment of Gents' Far Gloves and
I am enabled to iispc?! it my goods at
very reasonable prices, and 1 would therefore
solicit a ball from my jriends of Juniata coun
ty and viefnity. gg Remember the Name,
Number and Street.
" JOHXT FABSIRA,
718 Arch Street, above 7th, south side,.
(cja. I bave no partner, nor connection
with any other store in I'hilsielphia.
Estate of Jonas Seibcr dec'J.
Notice is hereby given that letters ot Tes
tamentary on the estate of Jonas Seiber.
late of Walker township, deceased, have
been granted to the undersigned residing in
the same township. All persons' knowing;
hem selves indebted to said estate are reqnest
d to make immediate payiaeftt and those hav
ng claims will please present them duly au
thenticated for settlement. -j '
SAMUEL SEIBEP Jr; Pr,,uiM
ABRAM SEIBER- BuaUan.
Nov. 15, '65. 6t. . . -
AGEHT3" WASTED I
To canvass the new steel engravings of
Early Days of Washington, Ac.
Femgrapk Cartes de Vitiie or A Hum Pictstru,
At greatly reduced Prices.
Sja Special terms to disabled soldiers.
JtSend for Catalogue with terms.
JOHN DAINTY, Publisher.
15 S. Sixth Street, Philadelphia, Pa-
""7 For Ssle.
AHORSE AND MARE, near Ceatre School
House; Spruce Hill towashin, Juniata
ounty. j, p. U. LOXO,