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Mifflintown Chair Manufactory
C1HAULES W. TTEITZEL would inform the
J citizens of Juniata county, that he con
tinues the Chair Manufactory at the weil known
old stand in Water street, where he is at nil
times prepared to receive orders for Windsor
Chairs of every description, including Settees,
Large Rocking Chairs, Sewing Rocking Chairs,
. ChiUrens' Chairs, Counting House Stools. Cain
Seat Chain, Par Room Arni Chairs. an3 every
thing pertaining to his business, all of which
he is prepared to sell cheaper than ever. He
is now prepared to wholesale work at city pri
ces. Prompt attention will he given to Repa
iring All work done cheap and expeditiously.
Hawed Poplar flank and scantling taken in
czebat ire for furniture.
Furniture Room on Alain street; oppo
site the Tost Office.
Si ptember S, 1362-tf.
FALL MD WINTER ARRIVAL
AT THE STORE OF
The undersigned would respectfully invite
the public to oall and examine his stock before
purchasing elsewhere. Ha has bought his
assortment at such prices that he cannot be
undersold by any in the country. Special at
tention paid to purchasing goods in the city per
order at the shortest notice.
Every effort will be made by him to give sat
isfaction to those who may favor him with a call
I. VIHtS' DRESS GOODS !
Black nnd Fancy Silks, Herges Lawns,
Morie Antique, Grenadines, lucals, ;
Pure Cbilii, Brilliantes, Gingham Lawns.
Bombazinels. All wool d'Lnines,
Cashmeres. Peplins, Alp:icas, ke.
A full assortment of White Dress Goods, Mus
lins. Brocha and other f bawls. Bonnets, Um
net Satins. Ribbons. Flowers, ice. Also, Col
lars, Vndersleeves, Handkerchiefs in great va-,
A large quantity ef Drugs, also
on hand. Prescriptions filled. ;
He has also laii m a large stock of Wo.il,
Cotton ard Rug Carpets, Oil Cloths, Mattings,
ic, at the lowest prices. ',
Country Produce takes in exchange for
goods, for which the higheit market prices
will be paid by i
J. M. BELFORD. I
HOW TO SAVE MONEY BUT FROM
JAMES II. SIMONS, who has now on
band the largest stock of ready madr J
6APH.I5 ana HAKMSSS in thefSJgA
county, which he is selling at great Ivf
reduce.! prices. He is now manufacturing his
g addles and Harness with such perfect syste!
in At he is enabled to sell a superior article of
ei ery thing in his line, C1IEAAER than any
other establishment in the county. He invites
purchasers to call and examine his stock be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
James II. Simons, Saddles and Harness are
acknowledged to surpass in point of lightness
elegance and comfort, as well as.real value and
durability, all others nianufactured in the
county. Remember his Shop is on Bridge
Mreet, in tlie re ms formerly occupied by D.
W. A. Eelford, as a T;.ilor Shop.
Sft All kim'-s of repairing neatly execut
ed and all work waneutek.
Mifflintown. Oct. 11, lRHOSlv. i
PerrysviUe Marble W
THE undersigned desires to inform the citi
tens of Juniata County that he has taken
charge of the works lately owned by Henry
Willi in Perrysville, where he may be found
ready to execute jobs in his line of business
pch as Tomb Stones. Monuments, Marble
Slabs. Table Tops, &c. &c. 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 aud despatch he cannot be excelled.
WM. WISE. Merchant Tailor, begs leave
to inform his friends and the public generally
that he has just opened out a large and fashion
able assortment of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
which he is ready to make to order promptly
and on the most reasonable terms. The
public generally will find it to their interest to
call at his room above
FASICK'S TIN SHOP,
on Bridge street, Mifflintown, Pa., and inspect
iny Goods and workmanship before purchas
ing elsewhere. I warrant all clothes to fit or
SIITGERS SEWING MACHINE.
ppAU persons desirous of purchasing any
of Singer's Skwiko Machinks will obtain all
necessary information on the subject and see
them in operation i my establishment. If
favored with their orders I will fit them up a
better machine thirty percent, cheaper than ever
hitherto done in this county. Ho family should
be w ithout a machine. jan 1, C4-tf
ISAAC X. ST ATJFFEE,
MAKER & JEWELER,
H Allil Jl
DIAKITr ACTrBKBS OF
SliVFS AY ARE ND IMPORTER OF WATCHES
No. 148 N. Second St., Corner Quarry
He has constantly on hand an assort
ment of Gold and Silver Patent Lever
Leprae and Plain atches : Fine Gold
Chains, Seals and Keys, Breast Pins, Ear
Rings, Finger Kings, Bracelets, Miniature
Cases, Medallions, Lockets, Pencils, Thimbles,
Spectacles, Silver Table, Desert, Tea. Salt and
Mnstard Spoons ; Sugar Spoons, Cups, Nap
kin Rings, Fruit and Butter Knives, Shields,
Combs, Diamond Pointed Pens, etc., all of
which Kill be told low for Cash !
M. I. TOBIAS $ COS best quality full
jeweled Patent Lever Movements constantly on
hand; also other Makers of superior quality.
X. B. Old Gold and Silccr bought for Cash
The peculiar taint d
infection which we)
call ScRort'LA lurks
in the constitutions of
multitudes of men. It
either produces or is
produced by an en
feebled, vitiated state
of the Mood, wherein
that fluid becomes in
competent to sustain
'the vital forces in their
vigor )ug action, and
leaves the system ts
rall into disorder and
decay. The scrofulous contamination is va
riously caused by mercurial disease, low
living, disordered digestion from unhealthy
food, impure air, tilth end filthy habits,
the depressing vices, and, above all, by
the venereal infection. Whatever be its
origin, it is hereditary in the constitution,
descending "from parents to children unto
the third and fourth generation ; " indeed, it
seems to be the rod of Him who says, " I will
; visit the iniquities of the fathers upon their
j children." The diseases it originates take
various names, according to the organs it
attacks. In the lungs, Scrofula produces
tubercles, and finally Consumption; in tho
j glands, swellings which suppurate and be
l come ulcerous sores; in the sfhmach and
bowels, derangements whien produce indi
gestion, dyspepsia, and liver complaints ; on
the skin, eruptive and cutaneous affections.
These, all having the same origin, require the
same remedy, viz., purification and invigora
tion of the blood. Purify the blood, and
these dangerous distempers leave you. With
feeble, foul, or corrupted blood, you cannot
have health; with that "life of the flesh"
healthy, you cannot hare scrofulous disease.
is compounded from the most effectual anti
dotes that medical science has discovered for
this afflicting distemper, and fur the cure of
the disorders it entails. That it is far supo-
j rior to any other remedy yet devised, is
known by all wha have given jt a trial. That
i it does combine virtues truly extraordinary
i in their effect upon this class of complaints,
: is indisputably proven by the great multitude
I of publicly known and remarkable cures it
has made of the following diseases : King's
Evil, or Glandular Swellings, Tumors,
Eruptions, Pimples, Blotches and Sores,
Erysipelas, Bose or St Anthony's Fire,
Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Coughs from
tuberculous deposits in tha lungs, White
Swellings, Debility, Dropsy, Neuralgia,
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Syphilis and
Syphilitic Infections, Mercurial Diseases,
Feniile Weaknesses, and, indeed, the whoi.o
: series of complaints that arise from impurity
I of the blood. Minute reports of individual
! cases may be found in Area's American
Almanac, which is furnished to the druggists
; for gratuitous distribution, wherein mav be
learned the directions fur its use, and some
' of the remarkable cures which it has made
when all other remedies had failed to afford
relief, t Those cases are purposely t;ikea
i from all sections of the country, in order
i that every reader may have access to some
i one who can speak to him oL' its benefits from
personal experience. Scrofula depresses the
vital energies, and thus leaves its victims far
mure subject to disease and its fatal results
! than are healthy constitutions. Hence it
tends to shorten, nnd does greatly shorten,
the average duration of human life. The
vast importance of these considerations has
led us to spend years in perfecting a remedy
"which is adequate to its cure. This we now
offer to the public under the name of Avf.k's
Sarsapakilla, although it is composed of
ingredients, some of which exceed the best
of farsaparilla in alterative power. Hy its
aid you may protect yourself from the suffer
ing nnd danger of these disorders. Purge
out tile foul corruptions that rot and fester
in the blood, purge ont the causes of disease,
nnd vigorous health will follow. Hy its pecu
liar virtues this remedy stimulates (lie vital
functions, and thus expels tiio distempers
which lurk within the system or burst out
on any part of it.
We know the public have been deceived
by many compounds of Sarsaparilla, that
promised much and did nothing; but they
will neither be deceived nor disappointed in
this. Its virtues havo been proven by abun
dant trial, and there remains no question of
its surpassing excellence fur the cure of the
olilieting diseases it is intended to reach.
Although under the same name, it is a wry
dint-rent medicine from any other which has
been btfore the people, and is far more ef
fectual than any other which has ever bL
available to them.
4"he World's Great Ecniedy for
eumpTion, ana ior tne reuei
of Consumptive patients
in advanced stages
of tho disease.
This has been so long used and so uni
versally known, that we need do no more
than assure the public that its quality is kept
up to the best it ever lias leen, and that it
mav be relied on to do all it has ever done.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Avf.b & Co.,
Practical and Analytical Chemist,
Sold by all druggists every where.
TVe have opened the large Room just oppo
site our Store in Patterson where we oiler
or sale at low prices a general assortment of
Many other articles for house furnishing
IIECHT & 6TRAYER-
NEW GOODS afNEv7 RICES
AT MRS. F-HAHNEMANN'S
IX PATTERS OX,
"ITfllO has just returned from the City with
if a large assortment of
Millinery and Fancy Goods,
Consisting in partof Bonnets and Bonnet Bilks,
Flowers and Trimmings, Embordcries, Lace
Goods, Handkerchiefs. Balmoral Skim, Hoop
Skirts, Gloves, Bead Gimps and Ornaments.
Notions and small wares, forming the best
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
In the County.
She solicits a call from the public, being
confident that she can suit all.
Persons indebted to the late firm of Sulouff
& Stambaugh, will please call and make
settlement with the undersigned, who will,
for a short time, give bis personal attention
to books and accounts of the late firm. He
Atill be found at the office of the late place of
I BALSAMIC COUGH SYRtP
For Cowjhs, Colli, Croup, Whooping
Cough, Asthma, Bronchitis, Spitting
Blood, Pain and Weakness of the Bread,
Dijficultg of Breathing, tf-c.
This syrnp is a purely Vegetable Compound
It is pleasant to tal e, and never does iniurj;
hut owing to iistr)urifyinff qualities, niu.st Jo
good under any circumstances. lis effect is
truly wonderful soothing, calming acd alky '
ing th most violent Coughs ; Purifying, I
Strengtnening and Invigorating the whole sys- j
Urn : calming aad soothing the nerves; aiding-
and facilitating bxpecoration, and healing wt
DISEASED LUNGS, 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 croupy children should watch the first
show of the Disease, and always keep this
Remedy at hand.
For Coughs after Measles, this Syrup is
most excellent. Experience has proven that
it is equalled by no other preparation.
Price 60 cents per Bottle.
Prepared by S. A. FOUTZ'S & BRO., At
their Wholesale Drug and Medicine Depot, No.
11G, Franklin St. Baltimore, Md. Sold by all
Druggists and Store-keepers throughout the
au4 Cattle f mrte.
en the Stomach
bring them to
a healthy state.
Thev are a
rare preventive of Lung Fever, and a certain
remedy for all Diseases incident to the Uorse,
ucn as Wan
H e a v o s,
vers, Los3 of
In poor, low-spirited animals, it has the
most beneficial effect.
The use of them improves the wind, strength
ens the Appetite, and gives to the Horse a
fine, smooth and glossy Ekin thus improv
ing the appearance, vigor and spirit of this
FOB MILCH COWS.
Tne property thia Powder possesses in in
creasing tha quantity of Milk in fjiwi, give!
it an importance and value which should
place it in the hands of every person keepin,'
a Cow. By actual experiment it has proven
that it will increase the quantity of Milk and
Cream twenty per cent., and make the Emiu
firm and sweet. In fattening Cattle, it gives
them an appetite, loosens their bid and
makes then thrive much faster.
the Swine, such as
Coughs, Ulcers in
the Lngs, Liver,
Ac. By patting
from half a paper
to a paper of these
Powders in a bar-t-o!
of Kuril! tl.
above Diseases can oe cured or entirely pre
vented. By using these Towders the Hog
Cholera can be prevenita.
PrioB 25 eta. per Paper, or 5 Papers for $L
a A. FOUTZ & BRO.,
WHOLESALE CRUG AND MEDICINE DEPOT,
No. 116 Franklin St., Baltimore. Hi
For iMe by Druggists and Storekeepers
througbent the United States.
The lett Liniment for JJan and R.osl
mite in tine.
Is a safe and reliable Remedy for tht cure
of Rheumatism, Painful Nervous affections,
Sprains, Burns, Swellings, and all Diseases
requiring an external application on Man.
On Horses it will never fail to cure Poll
Evil, Fistula, Old Running Sores, or Sweeney
if properly applied. For Sprains, Bruises
Scratches. Crooked Hoofs, Chafes Saddle o
Color Gall, Cnts or Wounds, it is an Infallible
Remedy. Try it, and be convinoed of its ef
Persons afflicted with this Disease, no mat
ter of how long standing, can be promptly and
effectually cured Tiy the use of this Mixture
There s nothing in the world so sure and il
gocd to take away bad CORNS and cure Fros
Bites as this preparation,
Try it and satisfy yourselves. Price 35 and
75 cents a Bottle. Prepared by
S. A. FOCTZ'S & BRO.,
At their Wholesale Drug and Medicine De
pot, No. llti. 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 11 alio way & Cowden, Philadelphia ;
J. J. Bender & Co., Pittsburg, Pa. ; Langh
lin & Biishficld, Wheeling, Va-
At Railroad lepot, I'allerson, Pa
S. R. NOSTINE, PROPRIETOR.
rTMIE above named having taken charge of
JL this large aud convenient hotel where he)
is prepared to 0nerLam travelers, sojourners
or regular boarders. Persons wishing to take
the trains east or west will find this the most
convenient stopping place as they will be
waked up at any hour desired- The loca'io
is most favorable and the accommodationsre
of the best kind. The stabling is excellent
and hostlers attentive. The Table and Bar!
will alsobe weil provided. I
f-aylle has, in connection with the Hotel, I
.good LIVERY STABLE. Hoi se. Carriages, I
Buggies, &c, always to be had. Persons
conveyed to any part of the country.
BQu By strict attention to business and a
desire to please, he hopes to merit public pat-;
roaage, and render the sojourn of his guests,
both comfortadle and I'leaaani.
CHEAP CLOTHING STOPiS
This way for Bar-
HAVING FURCIIASSD FROM MANS
bach & Van Ormcr the large Clothing
Establishment, situated on the corner ot
Bridge and Water streets. Mifflintown, Penn
pylva"ia, wo would respectfully inform the
Public that we have just received a large and
well selected assortment of ready made Cloth
ing, designed (or the
Fall and Winter Trade for 1S63.
Over Coats, Dress Coats, Business Coats,
Common Coats, Pantaloons, Vests, Hats,
Boots and Shoes of every description,
style and quality, for male or female.
BOYS' READY MADE CLOTHING.
Also, Carpets. White Shirts, Fancy Over
Shirts, Under Shirts. Drawers, Hosiery,
Gloves, Linen and Paper Colars,
Cravats and Ties, Trunks, Um
brellast Travelling Bags &c.
Also, the latest styles ot Ladies Cloaks, Cir
culars and Furs.
Persons in want of anything in ourline will
ewe money by giving us a call before pur
chasing elaewuere, as we are determined to
sell cheap for cash.
tsff" Don't forget the corner, Bridge and
D. W. HARLEY & Co.
Oct. 4, '65.
'P HE undersigned would respectfully
-I inform the cititens of Mifflintown
and vicinity, that he has opened a Jew-iiCn'.Y
elry Establishment on Main Street, Mifflin
town, in Thompson's Hotel, third door from
the corner, where he will keep constantly on
hand and at greatly reduced prices.
Gold and Silver Watches,
And a general variety of CLOCKS. FINGER
KINGS, Bit EAST PIN'S, EAHK1NTJS. GOLD
PENS, and PENCILS. SILVER PLATED
WAKE, SPECTACLES, together with a com
plete assortment of Fancy Goods.
B5uTbe repairing of Clocks, Watches and
Jewelry promptly attended to, on short notice
nnd on very reasonable terms. All work war
ranted to give satisfaction. The public are
respectfully invited to give a call.
THOMAS U. McCLELLAX.
Au2. 30, 1865.
October 2nd, '85.
rpAKE NOTICE. LADIES tr-r
MRS. SARAn FISK RESPECTFULLY
informs the Ladies of Mifflintowa and
vicinity that she has just received a large as
sortment of Miliuary Goods, and has constant
ly on hand and for sale ready-made Bonnets
of all descriptions, and also Huts and Caps.
She has also secured the services of her Sis
ter who is a competent Dress Maker and will
give satisfaction in that line of business.
Let Ladies call and examine fur themselves,
at her former residence on Cherry street. In
quire for .Mrs Sirak (Slain) Fink.
Sept-27, 1805-3 mos.
OFFICB Or THE JCSIATA CorNTT J
AORH'l LTURL SoClETT,
Perrysville, Oct. 10, 1803. J
WE do hereby certify that the Committee
on Manufactured Articles has awarded to
CilABLts W. Weitzel the First Premium for
the most substantial, neatest made, and best
finished sett of Chairs.
G. W. JACOBS, Trtair.
William IIench. Sec'i. jan 13
N o. 520 ARCH Street, above Fifth.
Marnifarf urer aud Dealer In
F J N K J E W K L 11 Y ,
SOLID SILVER. WARE,
st nd KUif! lor Silter Plated Ware
Sept, lili, 1805, Smos.
"OWN MAKE" OF HOOP SKIRTS,
arc gotten up expressly to meet the wants of
riBKT CLASS TBAUE.
. They embrace a complete assortment of
all tue new ana kesiraule S'yles, Sizes and
Length, for Ladies' Misses' and Children, and
are superior to all others made in point of
Symmetry, Finish and durability ; being
made of the finest tempered English Steel
Springs with Linen finished Covering, and
having ail the mctalio fastenings immovably
secured, by improved machinery. They re
tain their Shape and Elacticity to the last,
and are wabasieo to give kxtire satis-
Also, constantly in receipt of full lines of
good Eastern Made SKlltTS, at very low
Prices. SKIRTS Made to Order. Altered
and Repaired. WHOLESALE and RETAIL,
at m ax t factory and Sales Room,
No. 28 ARCH Street, above Gth.
Terms Cash, One Price Oslt !
Aug. 16, '65.
Ladies wishing to be supplied with, neat
and good shoes will find it to their advantage
to call on II. D. WELLER, at his shop on
Main Street above Cherry, where they can
be supplied with almost every .style at moder
ate prices. Gentlemen having repairing they
wish durably and neatly executed will be
promptly attended to by giving him a call.
Terms: CASH. H. D. WELLER.
Mifflintown, July 20th '65.
XTICE TO IIl.YTERS
ATOTICE IS HEREBY GIVUN TO ALL
ii persons not to trespass on our proerty
bunti ng Partridges and other gameag they
will ba dealt with according to law.
C. Musser, Philip Rank,
D. Diven, Samuel Auker,
Jonas Kauffman, David Anker,
Daniel Auker, Jacob Weaver,
Nov .1 '65.-6 w
HORSE AND MARE, near Centre School
XI. House, Spruce Hill township, Juniata
Jcounty. J. F. fr. LONG.
J Sot. 22, '65-ii.
Large Size, VIU OO, Medium. $8 50
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
The rnifersal Cog Wheel Clothe Wringer
Was pronounced superior to all others at the
WORLD'S FAIR l. LOXPO.Y.
In 1862 ; received the Bronie Medei, (high
est premium) at the Great Fair of
TII12 ANI:R1CA IIVSTITITE,
In new York City, in 1663. It has also re
ceived the FIRST PREMIUMS at the
ing State Fairs :
New York, 102 1803; Vermont, 1863;
Pennsylvania, 1803 1864; Michigan, 1804;
Indiana' 1803 1864 ; Illinois, 1803 1804;
Iowa, 18631864; Wisconsin, 1864; Conn;
River Valley Fair, 1864 ; Champlain Valley
Fair, 1864; and at the pricipal County and
Institute Fairs throughout the land.
"My family would as soon give up the cooking-stove
as ibis Clothes hinckr. It can
not be too highly recommended. Solon ilobi
ion. ' After a constant nsc of the I mvlksal
Clothes Wkisgeb for more than four years
in my family, I am authorized by III.; -'powers
that be." to give it the most unqunliiied praise,
and to pronounce it an indispensable part of
the machinery for housekeeping. " Hen. Hen
ry W ard B-rchrr,
"This is the first Wringer I have found that
would stand the service required of it.:' J.
F. Ilaygin, Lorrjog't Hotel.
"in the Laundry of my house there is a
perpetual thanksgiving on Mondays for the
invention of your excellent Wringer." llev.
leoodore L. Cuyler.
"We think the Macnine much more than
pays tor itvclf every yaer in the savings of
garmeut. We think it importans the Wring
er nhould be tilted with lOuS. O Judd.
I heartily commend it t. to economists of
time, money and contentment." Rev. Doctor
'It saves labor, expediates work, makes the
laundress good natur-d, does not tear elf but
tons and is in lispeusuble in a Wi'll r jgulutcl
futnily." H. S. Storm, Jr., 1). l.
"Every week has given it a strrrgerhold
upon the affections ol the inmates of the laun
dry. Every member of ehe household is in
admiration of it." Sew York Observer.
8?g,On receipt of price frcm auy part of
the country where we have no cmvassiis, we
send the Wringer frco of freight charges.
A good canvasser wanted in every township.
Send for illustrate i Price Circular.
317 llruadwar, -V. V
Ike long Looked For Come at last
'1 1 1 C ELE 15 II AT K D
Florence Sewing Machine.
This machine is the most perrect instru
ment to execute any Kind of Bcwiug now done
by machinery in the world. It is simple and
perfect in its mechanical conetructi.u. The
feed muy be reversod at any poisi desired
without slopping, which is a great advantage
in Listening the end of scan; 4.
It makes FOLK DIFFERENT STITCH E.?.
Lock, K nvt, JJutiblc i.flt, Jittiiiiir intuit,
each stitch perfect .and alike on bo'h
sides of the fabric.
Operators can select any stitch they want and
change from one stitch to ano.licr with
out stopping the machine.
Its stitches cannot be excelled for firmpess,
elacticity durability and beouty of finish.
No difficulty experienced in sewing across
Sews light aud heavy fubrios with equal ficil-
It will Braid, Tack, Quitl, Cord, h;m, t'e!!,
Mind, Catiter, and ao all kinds ot Stiteh-
iny required by families and nninulacnrcrs.
The work will feed either to the riht or left,
without stopping the machine.
The most inexperienced fiud no difficulty in
It is thoroughly practical and easily under
s'ood It has no sprinjr. to get out of order, and will
last a lifetime.
It runs ea rily, and is almost noiseless.
It is the most rapid sewer in t'.n world; ma.--
ig jiet ttitehet to each revolution.
It uses ibe same size thread on bath sides of
It oils no dresses, all its mackincrs being on
top of Ihe table.
Ever machine is tcarrenied io give entire tat
isjciction, and to do all hat is claimed for i:.
Mi-s Carrie E. St.mba;-ii is the ajent
for this county. By calling at her residence
on Main Street, Mifflintjwn, one of these ma
chines can be seen in operation.
What the People Want !
HISTORY OF THE WAU,
tO-MI-LETE IS ONE VERY LARGE OLU.ME
OP OVER IOOO l'AGES.
THIS work has n rival as a candid, lucid,
COmnlete. Rllthcntin nnrl n.linMA hi.lum
of the "great conflict." It contains reading
uiitiLr tijuiii io Loree large royal octavo vol
umes, srileniliillv illitqrr,r.-l mrith I r.ti
portraits of Generals, battle scenes, maps and
Keturned and disabled officers and soldiers,
and energetic young men in want of profitable
employment will find this a rare chance to
make money. We have Agents clearing $-50
per mouth, which we will prove to any doubt
ing applicant ; for proof of the above send
for circular and see our terms. Address,
JOSES 15 ROT HERS 4 CO.,
U. F. SAIGtK
PE1PER iV MARKLEY,
BOOTS & SHOES
o. 31 orth Third Street, I'LiUa
M. G. PEIPER, H. II. MARKLEY,
JS?" Particular attention paid to order:
A LARGE and well selected stock cf GRO
CERIES, comprising Ham, Shoulder, Ba
con, Mess Pork, Flour, Spices, 4c. ke. at
6VLOLFF, FKOV7 4 PARKER S.
iFbk's Patent .telle Mai Caes.
mm .'' nr-lm. 1. -
FOR ordinary Inlermeuta, depositing h
Vaults and transportation they have no rival.
They are ma lo of the most imperishable ma
terials, and are enameled inside and ont to
prevent rust and the exterior has a FINE
i ROSEWOOD FINISH. When properly cement
! ed, the remains of the deceased, are free from
j irruption of water, er depredations of vermin.
They may without o.Tensive odor be kept as
long as desired thus obviating fb necessity
ef hasty burials. Their long and successful
use and the Epprobation givea them renders
unneceosry any extended notice of theur valu
SANDOE AND MARTIN,
L'nderlakers and C abinet Ware
Keep constantly on hand an assortment o
the above cases.
MiiHinlown Pa. Jan. 4th 1805.-1 T
1 EW STOKE
IN TH0S0NT0 WN.
Jl'ST opened in the New Ptore Room ender
the Odd Fellows Hall, in Thompsontown,
Juniata county, Pa., a well selected and ele
gant assortment of Dry Goods, consisting in
Ladies' Dress Goods,
SucVas Delaines, CltallieH. Lusters, Alpacca,
all wold Duluities, heperd Plaid Lawns, and
a full assortment of Ladies White and Fancy
Goods, and a large aojtinent of
ST?L E DRY G90ES,
Donstantly on hand and for sale cheap for
11. II. VET.TGHT.
Also, GENTLEMAN'S CLOTIlrGG EMPO
RIUM in the same building. An elegant as
sortment of ready made Clothinng for Men
rnd Boys, consisting in part of Fancy Frock
Coats, Dress Coats, Pauls, Vests Drawers,
Collars, Undershirts, Handkerchiefs,
Hat & ('aps. Roots Sc. Sliors,
! And everything usually found in a first class
Genjleman's Furnishinfi Store.
Fancy Goods of 'ill kinds. Ladies' Gaiters
! and Balmoral Fine Shoes, for Misses and Chil-
drcn. Carpets and Oil Cloth, ke. Also, a good
: stock ot ,
j Crocerics, Queensiivare,
; Hardware an4 Cutlery, Drugs, Oils, Paints,
and all such articles as are usually found in a
! country store.
I El, Ihe Ligheit prices paid for country
: prouuee. isj" Goous sold at small profits,
! fjr C.ih.
j Call and examine Eiy Stock and see for
yourself as 1 am always ready to wait on eus
turners, jiti above ihe Square at Wright s
Cheap Cash Store and Clothin g Emporium
MlFFUMWiX TIX SHOP.
HAVING purchased the Tin and Sheet livn
Stc:re, located nn Ki ide Slte'-t, Mitii.n
town, 1 would respectfully inform ibo pub. .a
that I intend to k.i p constantly on bar. I a
general nsscriMenl uf , ,
i COOK SPA&L0R STOVES,
j 'lin and Japan ware, die largu.it and best :i
I the county, and as to quality and worKuinii
I ship cannot ba surpassed.
j SI'OUTJA Lr, ROOF IX, ii,
Joh and Sheeting w jrk, will be promptly ai
! tended to eillter iu town or couLtry. Lihs
j Copper and Enr.r.ielcu French Preserving Ket
tles, Dipper?, Brass, Copper. French Tinue-..
Eiiumeilt'd Hollow Ware, WafHe Irons Coil
I Shovels, Fruit Cuns, both common and Patent.
; nnl of vriuus measure, always on hand and
Persons in Wftn' of anything in the above;
line are reuiieMet to eive u& a call before
purchasing elseivltere, as I feels confident,
that I c:ui suit hn'.u either as regaids the
HI Ml re hi iuo .IT.
fiiyOld copper, i'.raa and Tt-wter bouaM
and the highef t pr.ee paid in cash or good?
JAC0I1 G. W1NEV.
Oct. IS. 1S3-J. Iv.
Pennsylvania Paint & Color Works.
liberty V.iii'.e Lad! Liberty TChitf Lead:
THY IT! TRY IT!
Warxintli io rovvr more suvfici, 'for ?i;?"
weigh:, than ny ot hi-r. IJuy tue i-.st it is (he
cfto-'jt'st Try' it : T.-ii It .'
Liberty Lead u-Hter iban any other.
Liberty Lead covers bitter than any other.
Liberty Lead wears longer than any other
Liberty Lead is more ecohomical than any other.
Liberty Lead is tn'jrt frtr from impurities and is
:irrHnr-J to do more and brttT jt'-t.':,
at a given cos!, than any otLer.
Buy the BEST, it is the CHLAS'&ST,
Manufacture 1 anj warranted by
ZUIGLiKMl &. S.M1T:3,
Whuhsiile Vrvg, Paint C- (w'luxx .virr
XO. 1.17 North Third Street, Pnit.AnLi.riHA.
Nov. 8, bo.-lrn.
I. K. STAl'FFER,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELS?,
So. 148 North SECOND Street. Corner o'
An assortment of
avcu f . arc.
.nn.l.,1 . 1 1 C..:,.L1. . ... , . . .
vwuonn. uii uauu. ouilltoie IOr 11 U1.1 IJA T
. -j . i i . ; . ,
SSS" Repairing of Watches and Jewelry
promptly attended to
Dec. fi. 1864-1 jr. '
FLOUR and 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 eaptiani
and hands, we will ship freight of "any kind to
and from Philadelphia or any point aioBf tka
SULOUFF, FBOW & PARKER. " '
Prime Rio Coffee, Prepared Coffee, Pulver
ized Sugar, Crushed Sugar, Ji. O. Sugar.
S. H. Sugar, N, O. Molasses, S. H. Molamm.
Lovering Syrup, Chocolate. Mustard. Rio.
fr.'arh Yn mnrj 'I.,....,. I" : r : r.
, . -, . v. .v-. vn, bBMivingvr, tnl
Starch, Fish, Salt, &c., &c, for tale chean a
.L-V- C ,i . . V
oiuns in iriuierson.
Janl-tf J B M TODD
CITY HOTEL, Corner of Maaet and Rail
road Streets, opposite the Railroad Dep
B.Teroa as moderate as those of any other
Howl in the City WM. O THOMPSON