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, tyt firarato jsnttinr!.
TOW Alf D C r.1TRY.
Apctt?.xt.- A yrtinp mun by tha name
of Harah had his ier broker), one day
last week, while at work in a quarry
near Black loj Station.
Festival. The ladi of the M. E.
Church had a ranf time at their Festival
last week. Ewrythin;? rnsed off to the
satisfaction of all concerned.
!-. Rev. It. FT Fletcher will yireaeh
bv requeat, on the subject of "Hell" or
Future punishment of the wicked, on
nest Sa'bbath morning in the Lutheran
Churcn of this Borousb.
lSrThe Festival at TTaenoeller'g. in
PetTTsville, on Thursday evenine. De
cember 21st, was a maenifieent affair.
The entertainment surpassed anything of
the kind ever attempted in this county.
TrIbcse Almasac This i the
most complete work of the kind publish
ed in the United States. Every Farmer
fhould have a copy. Sinale copies 20
cent ant by mail. Address TTTE
TRIBUNE, Tribune Buildings, New
t-'A Story for the Children" came
to band toff late for the present tue. and !
ss it is a Christmas Story, it will not suit
for publication hereafter. The authoress
will pleae accept w thanks for the "de -
aire to serve." and alsi bear in mind that
we are one of those "dreadful Yaukees."
B- Christmas r.asnel away pleant'y,
generally spcakins. Sleiirhin? was pood,
and so was skatinc. About the only
snisconbuct we beard of was caused by
that bane of society whiky. Some
few of the rougher order soaked themsel
ves with it, and slashed around protnis
sously. jTWe publish this week in our ad
vertisinz columns the prospectus of the
Vic York Trihvn. It is the most reli
able paper published in New York City.
A. H. Weidtuio i the Asent in Miffliu
town. Mr. Well man is miking au effort
to pet np a club for tha ilVy Trihuue.
Every Republioi-u io the county should
nubeoribe for thia pat.er.
JarWe are pained to chronicic tne ;
death of Mr. Isaiah Stewart, formerly a j
resident of tbi coun'y. He died in
United States Hospital, Springfield. 111.. !
ifid 28 years lla et.-Ii.-ted to the I ,il
Illinois Infantry and at-rved out the first
hn In re-eiiiis!ed- for a t-eeond
time and s'.ivm r.;s couuti-y Jaituruliy tin -
... 1 1 i
.:i L. ..IL.t iinM Ihiu ear r in the
prime t)f liftf.
5.14ti if.iiiixi) and Winter
AruisgemeM We call the attention;
of our reaoe
to the alvertiseruent, ia
..ther column, of KAKTUEW & CO.,
dealers io Fancy Goods, Jewelry, rhvtri-
,rr,li 1-c. Tiiev are au
onrl q,i fxr ail our IlIioA led je extends
deal fairly and bouestiv by their custom -
pr. At least if will do no harm to pive
them one trial, S3 it will not
fortune tor tbut purpose.
Day of .ci-e i ai. I'raver The first
Sunday in January n.-xt has been named
by the Centenary Committee lor clj-erv
auc-bv tbe Mt tbodists of this country,
" e united nraver for
a a day of special ai:d uui.el prayer
the Divine blessiui upon the centenary
services of tl.. year, and for a
revival ol religion, that th? centenarian
. . 1 . n til . uir
year may prove to ue an .- ,
itual progress cl the Church.
-'-God, pity the poor," say many
at this inclement season of the year, who
i - n t- A t.Wh .hmiilint means.
but who never deem it their duty to aid
the destitute. They act with the pre-
eumption that some one else, and
they should giva aid and assistance to the
Mnr We have a number of families m
r , . e j
tbia community who are, we are intormea
V lu Ucalituic vii--'-- 11
' see them suffer, while we enjoy so many
of the luxuries of life.
f..nn.VTn MiTsiriANS. The fol-
lowing testimony from a lady who pur-.
. chaseo a Steinwut's Piano from B. M. j
Greene, agent for this county, shows not
only that-she appreoiatps a good instru
inoDt, bnt is additional testimony to the
mperiority of their tuaVe of Pianos over
' . all others. She says j-"For-nVy and
wettues of tone.etoriiV "t touch, and
beauty of instrnuient, together witn all
tbe modern inprovements, I find it -quaffed."
"I cheerfully recommend
Measrs. Steinway & Sons pisuos to any
who wish to purchase."
These celebrated instruments as well
as Jfason Hamlin's Cabinet Organs,
Mr. Greene keeps on hand constantly at
..i Mnsio Store . KwCnpltjn. Fa. Scud
MA80vIO.---On Saint John'n night I
he following named officers were duly
: ll.i T' ! T .J XT.. CO 4 A . V
cu u uu.u r ,
M., to serve fur the ensuing masonic
year. Jos' Eod"ers, W. 3J-, Dr. P. L-
r i r a w T IT fTllnK-i7ir'h
Greenleaf, S. W., J. E. Uollobaugh
J. W., F. M. Mickey. Treasurar, R. E.
Porl ei,. W W IT., rhnl.in.ndCARHART, NEEPUAM & COS' ME
Patler, Secty., B. F. Kepner, Chaplain- iODEONS; GuitBr9. violins. Fifes. Flutes:
David Ilolman. S. D.. A. Brown, S- M.
C, Hei.ry Stahl, J. M. C, P. A. Notes
ti;je, Tyler. After the instalatiou the
Brothren partouk of a sumptous repast ,
. . , , . . m - i i
peovmea ior me occasion. iniu ueiug ,
the anniversary of Saint John and the
annual re union of the Masonic fraternity,
the affair pasl off very harmoniously.
Soldiers of '01 & '62
We are fre- i
.... , . ,. , , before purchasing elsewhere. My prices are
quently asked, by discharged soldier of tlle Mnie a5 in f;ew York and Philadelphia
1861 and 'G2, and their frieods, whether 1 Circul.nn of Instruments sent promptly up
, . -c . v a- . .i ' on appliCHlion with any additionol ii.forma-
tbeir ceriincates ot discharge are worto j" d r
anything, and arc told that per.ious are
ofiering to buy tbem. As an answer to
ail such inquries, and ior the information
of all such persons the follow ing is pub
The soldiers' of '61 and '63 have gen
erally beeu paid all that they were entitled
to, by the terms of their enlistment, and
their discharge is not worth aoythiug, by
any esistiug law. It is generally believ
ed, however, that Congress, at its present
session, will pass a law giving additional
oounties to 3ne soiaiers or oi ana o- bo .
as to make the amount paid to them, :
e j t0 (!lat pa;,j to those who voluoteer
Lj at , jater date, eQr .dT,al tuuntie?.
. a aw w0uij not oqlj be generous, but
! just, and we have no doubt but Congress
will, by appropriate legislation, grant
what appears to be ao geueraily expected.
Unless such a law is passed, your "dis-
( n. r.,,,,;. r.l, vnn !
" 3 ' . Having been in business forupwards of ten
nor would it be to the purchaser, even if i years, five of which has been spent in Mifflin
suchakwis passtd. By existing laws and being in possession of the latnt
' 1 mnr,r.f I ni rit merit una W.irbmeni 1 worrfttil
no claims egainst the govemmeut by sol- j
diers' for pay or bounty, can be transfer
ed, hence a discharge is of no value to
any one but the person to whom it i
given. Should Congress pass law, and
I have no doubt it will, allowing addition
al bounties. I propose to collect tuch
claims for a reasonable condensation, and
any one sei
ending his discharge to me, I
t for it by return mail, and as
soou as the law i parsed, secure fcr him
whatever sum or allowance may be grant
ed, whether land or money.
MiSmtown. Juniata county. Pa.
MFfL I A' TO It -V -4 AV
S7 50 j Butter, prime "J? Ri
7 75 fuller,, la rale
9 OO !Lara.
3 00 ! Tallow -
j '"""CZ t
4 00 iEjrKS. c aoi
' utirD .i'.ni.M...
-I ...1 1 -r. T, II! 1,-
j G;;ASt ',11033. V rwt 12
: mn wueit.... 2 10 Hum, 10.
Red Wheat jf bu I '.:) '8ides ' Shoulders l(i
Kyc f'i j lSEiiK.
'Jo Fore or, r? cwt 10 00
70 'llird o,r 12 Ot)
1 00 POULTRY,
. 40 Ch'okens, pair 0
i Ducks, 40
1 Clover, y
7 CO jGeese J 00
3 00 Turkevs, 2 Od
U 25 COAL, V 'n
bo ''freveaton stove 9 00
liitll'.Ii PUL'IT. i do Eze 11 00
Ml le.-. "p bu 3 00 ISunhury stove 9 00
S OO 10 ligg 3 "'I
10 iChesiuul, - S 'JO
10 'Pea. 5 00
8 ! Mixed 3 00
Elderberries. 0 I WOOD,
New Irish, V bo UK) iiliekwy,...
SweM 3 00 ' HAY,
. 4 50
VAhlETlES, , Timothy,
Apples. t bu 1 00
(l-iions 1 00
I Retailed Articles.
1 Wbit Ccans.... 2 50 Coal Oil l gal 1 M
1 Reeswax, lb 45 ;Salt, sack 3 r,fl
, VU9,, c,. 10 Ofl
! Clin,jk.s 25 Nails... -10 00
V.rf." S2 00 "
I i weekly by Sulonff. Fro &Jrjw-
FLOUR & MEAL. Sales of 1500 '-.'.! 000
bbls extra familv at SS 75.9 50 f bbl. for
Northwest, and S3 50,10 50 f(ir Pa., supcr-
finoiit S7 "b(n 1 To: extras tMr- ", '
I ... c.;i .ml fnrv lots from S't to S'3 50.
j Kye Zfjg'&gZ
wlli.c S2 50fS.)a 70 in Eye nothing doing.
4eeDS. Cloverseed at $7 10 S7 50 for in.
ferior up to Sow, 8 2;J for cho.ee 10.S
Flaxseed at S3 15
i of Timottiv are nominal. ri:
,-bu9n Gold closed at$l 45.
On the 10th inst at Sew Berlin, by Rev.
D. Kloss, PETER BESHOAR, of Juniata Co.,
and Miss AMASDA GROSS, of Suyder Co.
On the 21st ult., by I. D. Wallis, Esq-, Mr.
THOMAS II NAGLE, and Miss MARIA E.
KACFFMAN, both of Walker township, Ju
niata eoun'y, Pa.
On the 2Sih ult., by Rev. S. Lieber, Mr.
JACOB REAVER, of Juniata county, and
Miss. SL'ASAN B. ACKER, of Terry county,
On t ae 30th ult., by Rev. It. H. Fletcher,
Mr. GEORGE BRESDLE and Miss EDEL
TRL'TH BRESDLE both, late of Germany.
On the 24th tilt., in Fermanagh township,
HENRY MOIST, aged about 45 years.
On the 31st ult., in Milford township, Mr.
7i !k7..IOWA7.2, area -bcil 39 yenrs.
, M GREENE nAS OPENED tUS MC-
; Bic Store one door west of w Uwia,
Book Siore, where he keeps constantly oh
hand STE1NWAY 4 SONS' and GAEHLK'3
piano Manufacttlrine company's PIANOS,
jMASOX & HAMLIN'S CABINET ORGANS
Guiiar and Violin Strings.
Music Books Golden Chain, Golden Show
er, Golden Censor, Golden Trio, 4c, &o.
SHEET MUSIC. He is constantly receiv-
"? from Philadelphia all the latest musie,
which persons at a distance wishing, can
ordej n(j haTe gent ,nem b mai, at
tf. Pianos and Organs Warranted for five
Those wishiag to buy any of the above ar-
tides are invited to cal'. and examine mine
B. M. GREEXE,
Hill Street. Huntingdon, Pa.
One dcor west of Lewis' Book Store.
ADVANCE of SCIENCE.
Teeth iniierted upon u entirely new style
of base, which is a combination of Gold and
iiubbt, (vuicauite.) which for beauty, dura-
bility, cleanlines?, and tbe restoration of the
natural contour ot ine lace, cannot oe sur
passed. Either of the above ba$es
I WARRANT FOR TEN YEARS.
Special attention will be made to diseased
gmiH. and a cure warronted or no charge
made. JreM jlllrii to (tat for lift.
Ji Tiiumph in Dentistry!
TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN
hy a new process, without tbe use of ether,
chloroform or nitrous oxide, and no danger.
en',ire satisfaction, or the mouev will be re-
fuudtd. Office on Bridge Street, opposite the
Court House Square.
G. L. DERR.
November 29, I85-Iy. ,
Assignee's Sale of ValuaMe
E following Nalueble Real Estate, will be
sold on ihe premises, about one-half mile
Johnstown, Juniata county, ra. on
j TUESDAY, JANUARY 9th, 1SGG,
A tract of Land, containing 5 ACRES and
j 120 pi-rche., Lanng thereon erected a
! Hood Ilwellins Efouse,
BANK BARN, and other necessary out-build-
ingB. Also, A 1A.CI1. la goou orurr,
wilu all the necessary buildings and machin
ery, iiti'eti ill the utUei of a good burk
There will also be sold at tame lime and
place, two tracts of
well set with Chestnut and Chestnut Oak Tim
ber, situ-iteJ about one mile from Ihe Tannery
containing respectfully 100 and 3o0 hundred
TERMS: Ten per cent, of the purchase
mouev to be paid when the property is strick-
I en down : haif the balance on the first day of
j April. 18'i'i. when a deed will be delivered anc
pueion given, and the reaiainder on the
j first day of February, lt"0i, to oe secured oy
! jff" Sale !o commence at 1 o'clock, P. M,
! when auendance will be given by
Astigntt cf HEXRY BR i BAKER,
"m. Given. Auaionea-.
Dec 13, 05.-IS.
rOB St'BCBIPERS TO THE
A NATIONAL KK1KLT FAfil LY JOl'RNAL
nt yl.."5 I'er Annum-
THE FOLLOWING SPLENDID PRIZES
ARE StXT TO CLIBS, viz.
For ' every Club jf Forty, Subscribers,
A Wh.vlrr k Wilson bsl Jij, Sewing Machine
With two extra copies to the getter up al the
FOR EVERY CLUB OF TWENTY, and
less than fony subscribers, we will allow
$1.25 for each subscriber on the price of said
Foil EVERY CLUB OF SIX. a splendid
steel cngravieg of Pbesioest. Lincoln, (full
lennth. 1 AsixtEW .Toussos, Lieut. General
Gkaxt or Sukb mas on horseback, worth $3.00
pah with an extra copt to the ffetlcr un nf
I - - . , . . . o r
FOR EVERY CLUB OF THREE, one of
those splendid steel engravings of the Uni
form Series of
comprising Presidents Lincoln and Johnson,
Lieut. Gen 1 Grant, Major General Sherman,
Blieriiian, Thomas, McClellan, Fremont, Ad
mirals Farragut and Porter, George and Mar
tha Washington, each, 19x24 inches, worth
These splendid portraits should adorn every
The Statesman is the largest, chetpest and
best family paper published, suited for every
family, try it once ana you will never be
without it. Send for copies and get up your
B7 Nassi a Street, New Ywk.
Pea. 13, 'Oa.-Gm.'
R. R. CORSON.
(Late Major in Quarter Mastei Department,)
Ri'al Estate Uroker & lonvcyancer.
Inarms in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Mary
land, Delaware and Virginia. Hate
Agsnts in all of the above Stales.
Catalogues now ready for distribut:on ly
sending a stamp, ff- Officers and Soldier's
claims adjusted. 8a, Collections made in ill
States. K. R. CORSON,
112 South, 4th Street, Philadelpaia,
Box 518, Philadelphia P. O. Pa
Tee. ?, '5.-3;:.
j. H. OM,A. w. B. BOM.MAH.
TvOM.ltli ItROTII ERS,
DBUG AND JEWELKY TOfiE-
JIAI. STK I3T"
JJO Doors North of Belford's Store.
-t-T-E WOCLD RESPECTFULLY CALL
l the attention of the public to our
; atd a large Tariety of notions ; as also to cr
STOCK OF WATCHES,
WATCH CHAINS, DREAST-PINS,
EAR AND FINGER RINGS,
WATCHES, CLOCKS and all kinds of
repaired at the shortest notice and on the
MOST REASONABLE TERMS.
gjf ORDERS from PHYSICIANS prompt
ly attended to. A liberal discount to Phy.
Sept. 27, '65-tf EOLLMAN BROTHERS
THIS WAY; FOR BARGAINS !
NEW G00D8 AT
MICKEY & VZimEVS.
The undersigned has jtiVt received a large
steck of Dry Goods and Groceries at their
store on Rail Road Street, in Pattereon, which
they are opening to the public, at the following
low prices ;
Best Quality a? .
i Bnows Stl EATINGS.
! 2.3'Beat Quality ....40
""()! Third 37
" I Fourth J33
70! Fifth 2'.'
Fancy and plain
"htnih Scarlet 45to70
NCIHllS. Idi.1 At-r.
Second .3J , Si inua ,aur
ln"u u"ir-i.:i,in. Jil.l
Merisos. Gents Boots $3 oO 7 50
ljiauiL auu uiuer lt ai o-.t- -,
Colors 50ie$l 301
Skirts. !ca csi "ntnl .in
balmoral.J cto4 uuugar house- 70
Hoop alt price Sugars, brown. 14iol8
Tickings...25, 35toC5j white :3
rAT sti-ff. Green Coffce....35to40
Jeans lrom 4UtoiU i..,i;s. ri. li,.at
Satinet.. 70toSl 25jstvies ...$12 00to2l'o0
Cassiuieres...l 2to3 Breakfast Shawls
1'laiis. ifrom S2to3
AU wool 4"toS0, W oolen Uoods76to2 50
Plad Cashmer...37to50j Hats and Caps at all
Pii.iackk!) Mi'SLt.t. 1 prices.
Best Quality. ...... ..SO! Notions A full as
Second............ ..... In sortment of Ladies' &
Third .15 Gents' Gloves, llos-
Fourth ..SO'iery. &e. at all prices.
Fifth 2Vto euit TpirobuHer.
Also, a full assortment ef Queenswar.
Hardware, Tinware, Brooms. Brushes, Bask
ets, Buckets, Tubs, Tobacco, Segars, &c, ka.,
usually kept in a couatry etore. Purchasers
will do well by calling and examening our
elock, before purchasing elsewhere, as our
motto is to sell cheap for CASH or Country
MICKEY St TFNNELL.
Nov. 20,'C5.-ly. . Patterson, Pa.
py? 3&!L3w ,
"TTTILL be sold at Public Sale, in the bor
V ough of Perrysville, on
SATURDAY, JANUARY 6th, 1800,
A Valuable nOUSE and LOT, with a never
ailing well of water, and a large cistern at
the door, (situated on Main Street, near Kep
ner 's Store. I evspns wishing to purchose can
view Ihe preperty at any time.
S. Sail to commence at 1 o'clock. P. M..
of said day, when terms ill be madj known
by D. PHILLIPS.
Ecc. 13, 'C5.-4I.
DMINISTRATORS' NOTICE. Notice is
1 hereby given that letters of adminiira
tioa ou the estate of SAMUEL OKESON, late
of Ceale township, deceased, have been grant
ed to the undersigned, residing as aforesaid,
by the Register of Juniata county. All
persons knowing themselves indebted to said
esute will make immediate payment, and
those bavihg claims will present them duly
authenticated for settlement,
nov. 20-tlw. N. A. OKESON, Admr.
ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. Notice is
hereby given that letters of adoiiu'stra
tioa on tbe estate of JOEL VODER, late of
Fermanagh township, deceased, have been
granted to the undersigned, residing as afore
said. AU persons knowing themselves in
debted to said estate will make immediate
payment, and those having claims will pre
sent them duly authenticated ftr settlement.
JONAS A. VODER 1 , , :
NATHAN VODER (AU"in
DMINISTRATORS' NOTICE. Notice is
XI hereby given that letters of administra
tion on the estate of HENRY STINE, late of
Fermanagh township, deceased, have been
granted to the undersigned, residing as afore
said. All persons knowing themselves in
debted to said estate will make immediate
payment, and these having claims will pre
sent them duly authenticated for settlement,
nov. 2'J-0w. CHARLES STINE, Adm'r.
AGEKTS -WANTED I
To canvass the new steel engravings of
Early Days of Washington, A c.
Fnrografh Carta de Vuite or Album Pictures,
At greatly reduced Prices.
&55k, Special terms to disabled soldiers.
8QS Send for Catalogue with terms.
JOHN DAIXtY, PublMfr
15 S. Sixth Street, Philadelphia, Pa-
J our Stock of Ready MadeClcthing befaie
you Purchase Elsewhere, you will find on
hand a good assortment for Men and Boys
ware, which wiil be gold cheap for cash or
MICKEY 4 PENNELL,
fan 1-tf Patterson, Pa.
LARGE stock of Queensware, Cedarware,
Xi euch as Tuba, Butter Bowls, Buckets,
Churns, Baskets, Horse Buckets, 0-, at.
Al T HE
3Xf ow Firrrx
SULOUFF, FKOW AND PARKER,
13 IH CsVfcTAL PA1.ACB BCllCtKO,
T1HE UNDERSIGNED HAVING PCR
A chased the stock of goods 'formerly be
longing to Su'.ouff & Stambaugh. and bavins
added to it quite an assortment from the Phil
adelphia market, are now ready to suplly the
citizens of Mifflintowa aud vicipity 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 goals at a REDUCED PRICE
and make it an object for the people to b.uy
from ns. A large stock of DRY GOODS, con
sisting of Ladies DVess Goods, such as
SHEPHERD PLAIDS, (all wcolj
FANCY PLAIDS, (all wool)
PLAIN WOOL DELAINES
' PLAIN SACK FLANNELS,
BLUE TWILLED FLANNELS,
EREAK.FAST SHAWLS, sec, ic.
Can be had at
SULOUFF, FROW & PARKER'S.
MOURNING DRESS COODS:
Second .Mourning Balmorals,
Hoods, &.C., Ac.
Everything desirable in this linr, and n
very large stock,
At SnloctT, Frow & Parker's.
FULL assortment of Gentleman's Goods,
Can be had at
SULOUFF, FROW 4 PARKER'S.
VVTE have one room devoted entirely "to
Y Gents Furnishing Goods and Ready
Made Clothi.ig, f uch as
Coats, Pants, Vests,
Over Coa's, Boots & Shoes.
Hats-& Caps, White Shirts
Flannel Shirts, Undershirts, and
SULOUFF, FROW & PARKER.
FULL assortment of TRUNKS andTRAV
ELVISG BAGS. Also. XOTtOXS. such
as Hose, Gloves. Buck Glove and Mits, (very
best qualify,! Kid t-ioves for ladies and gents,
-.1 ' i-i.i - '
uuuuisueu rvm. ri .
SULOUFF, FTOW & PARKER'S -
T,rE have on band a good quality of Itar l-
V ware, comprising a full assortment of
CARVESTKR TOOLS, is BLACKSMITH
TOOLS, such as Anvils, Bellows, &c.. Shoe
maker Tools, Saws, Axes, Augurs. Iron. Steel.
Nails, Horse Shoes and Horne Shoe Naila by
the keg and pound, Ropes of all sizes from 2
inches down to inch by the pound. Biicr?
and Wagon Sprins, Griad Stones, and Grind
Stone pictures at
SULOUFF, FROW & PARKER S
CARPETS ! CARPETS ! !
, LARGE and good variety of. 4 f.L WOOL.
il It AG and HEMP CARl'ETi 011 hand
and for sale chesp. at
S?L'LOi:i-F, FKOW & PARKER'S
I.IMBEK! l.l .MBKIt!!
full assortment, such as Bor.rds, Pickets.
XI. Leth, Shingles, Doo;s and Sash, on" baud
und tor sale hv
SULOUFF, F1DV & PARXER
ritHE .,vt quality of MXCKEliEL. ilER
L A"A7;and5.4JalwaTsonhand. And.
also, a good supply of. Plaster and Calcined
I Master, at
SULOUFF, TRQW &. PARKER'?.
A large quantity 0
hand and for sale hv
Nut, Egg, Prepared,
Liineburner's Coal ou
SULOUFF, PROW & PARKER!
Btr8 Persons can be supplied with Coal
Plaster, Sl'Uj Sc., at the lowest price, by our
agent at ompsontown, ELI II IT P.ENNE'.t.
who is also authorized to purchase Grain r4nd
give the highest market Prices.
CcT" Mr. CLINE is, also, our authorized
spent at Perrysville to purchase Grajn and
sell Coal, Plaster and Salt for us.
Give us a call and you cannot fail to be
Highest rices paid for Country Pro
duce, and taken in exchange for goods.
SULOUFF, FROW, k PARKER.
SAl T ! SALT! ! SAL T ! ! !
A Superior quality, ei'her by single sack 01
quantity. We wi."il furnisfi Merchants
with salt at Philadelphia prices, with the ad
avnon of expenses of freight.
SULO UFF FROW & PARKER.
ORPHAN'S COURT SALE. By virtue of
an order nr the Orphan's Couet, the fol
lowing valuable real estate will fce exposed to
public sale on the premises, on SATURDAY,
JAN GAP. r 13th. ISfiC:
bout the oue-third of a House and Lot of
c 1 1 . . . , .. - ...
vikjuuu suuatea in tne ojroagn 01 rcrrysviiie,
Juuiaia county, Pa on the north side of Mar
ktt street, adjoining 1st of Watson Stuart's
heirs on the west, and running north to an al
ley, with appurtenances.
TERMS -Ten per cent, of the purchase
money to be paid when the property is struck
down, one-third tif the whole to be paid on the
confirmation of the sale, one-third on the first
of April next, and the residue in one year
thereafter with interest from the 1st of April
next, to be secured by judgment bond.
Sale to commence at 1 o'clock, P. M., when
attendance will b (riven by
DAVID G. ALT2R. AdnCr
of David-AV-.r, d?4.
Em- 13. U!5-Hs.
A Valuable Farm
THE undersigned offer at private sale, that
w-11 known farta, litaated in FayeV
township. Juniata county. Pa., aboct 6 mile
fr cm MitSintown and Pena"a. railroad. 1 mils
from Oakland M51b and 1 J mile froa McAHs
tersville. Tbe Cedcr Spring road from ' Mif.
flintown to Sunburr, passes through the p;ai
aes. " The farm conlaina about
, m ACBES,
Of the first quality of Limestone Land. Tbe
improvements axe ft lare Crick House,
35 by 45. with an excellent well of limestone
water at the door ; a large Frame Ranli
Barn, 80 by 45 feet, corn crib, wagon shed1,
carriage honse. tool house, and work shop.
AU these buildiDg3 are new and built in a
substantial manner. The land is all cleared
hut 7 acres, which is under good fence, and'
in a good state of cultivation, with running'
water through the premises. There is, also
a urst rata
opened on the form. Two apple orchards,
filled with a choice selection of grafed frnit
For further particulars, enquire of Lueian
Wilson; Esq.. at Oaa.and Jluls, who is au
thorized to sell.
Cct. 51, 1865-tf.
THE Undersigned olTers at Private Sale, a
Lot of Ground, situated in McAlisters
vitie, Juniata county. Pa., containing
Mor or less, having 'thereon erected three
DWEW.1SR HOUSFS, with nerer faiiinj
wells of wacrat Ihe door, a LARGE BANK.
BARN. Corn-Cnh, Wngon Shed, and other
out-buildings.- there is, alss?, choice fruit on
the premises, such as
Apples, Pcai'IiCi!, Clicrrie. Ac
and a larre variety of grapes. The land is
all cleared, and under good fenec, and is in a
high state of cultivation.
This property is sittla'.ed in. and adjoining
ehetewuof McAlistersville. Persons wishing
to purchase, can see the property and ascer
taiu the terms by calling on
PHILIP HARLEY, -Residing
on the premises-
Dec. 13, X5.-0t.
PENNSYLVANIA RAIT.RO VD. OX AND
L after Monday, Nov. 20th 16., Pawngtr
Trains will leave Mitfiin Station as fi.Uoj :
Philadelphia Kxpre's.. 12.37. P. M.
Fast Line 6.31, A. .M:
.Day Kxprcvt. 11.13, A. ?1.
Cincimati Kjpie- 4.S1, P. M.
Mail Train 10.20 V M.
Pittsbg.A. Erie M:il.... 2.50, A. 31.
Baltimore Express 4.59, A. 31.
Philadelphia Express.. 5.30, A. 3f .
Fas' Line '. 6.21, P. 31
3lail Tt?.n 3.53. P. M.
Emigrant "frsia. 10.07. A. 31.
JAMES NORTH, Ag't.
LADIES' FANCY FURS! !
So. 718 Arch Stmt,
above 7th, Phila.'
m ' Itfivjti 15-p' m cn ,n;ror'
'lt3lrfr!!i4-jt2'Aioa and Mannfae
i'f' f. j "WaSf-rare. ne of the la?-
V '-v. .-'iS 1 nave now m store
"f'":-;-r-fJ?55CvJ.'t .'pest and most beau
" vj.- tiful selections cf
fort-.'nir.Dr.F.N'S WE.Vil in the City. Als
a fine a-soriuieat cf Gijuts" Vur Gloves and
I am enabled to dispose of c.j goods at
very reasinabie J rires, and 1 aouli therefore
solicit a ball from m -jriends cf Juniata coun
ty and viciniry. t.6 KecEihcr the Name,
Nuaiber and Street. '
718 Arch Slrec-t, 8bov? 7th. smiih siiie,
KOt, I have no parlner, nor connection
with any other More in Philadelphia.
Oct. 4, R5-4rn.
New Ministry EsJablijiiiicnt.
THE undersigned hereby informs the 1
diys of ll:'l:atown and vicinity that she
has jijst returned from the f'i.y wiih a, large
assortment of Millinery goods whick uhe will
disjLoe of a reasonable rates. Such as
maue an4 rrpaireu 10 oruer. also, r.ew ones
ready riiade, kept on hand and tor si.e. chean
Sleeve, Coat, and other patterns kept on band
and ftr sale. Call and see berjre uurcLasin?
Call at the reideuce of Nttat Kleelcv. a
few doors east of tbe Presbvterlan Church.
TILLIE M. KEELEV.
Etlftt of Jonas Sciher d, c'd.
Notice is hereby given that letters of Tes
tamentary on the estate of Jonas Seiber,
late of Walker township, deceased, have
been prsnteo to the undersigned residing- ii
the same towns!)!). All persons knowing
hemselves. indebied to said estate are request
d o nuke immediate pay men t aud those hav
ng clMvna will p'sase present them duly au
thenticated for settlement.
SAMUEL SEIBER, Jr.") '
ABHAM SEIBER- tticutort.
Nov. 15, 115. 6t. ' '-
B1ED1C.4I CARD. .
S. O. KJEMPFER. flat army aur-
gcon) having located in Patteraoa. tend
ers his professional services to the citixena o
this place and surrounding country. rf 'v..
Dr. K. having had eight years experience
in hospital, general, and armv 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 toe crick huildiag op
posite' the "Sestixei OrriCE," or at his resi
dence in the borough of Patterson, at all
ho't s, except when professionally engaged.
July 22, l855.-tf. .
Plain and Fancv Job Work,
' At thia OfSce