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fyt Juaiala fntnrtL.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 20. 1872.
nEN'SSVLVASIA RAILROAD. ON AND
i after Sunday, June 2, 1972, Passenger
Trains will leave Mifflin Station as follows:
Philadelphia Express.. 12. iid A. M
Fast Line i7 -v M
I'acific Expires S,08 A. M.
llirri-ib'f; AccommoJa'n 11,23 A. M.
Mall Train 5,30 P. M
Cincinnati Express 8,31 P. 31.
Southern Express 2.31 A. M
Thmnjih Passenger 4.51 A. M.
lV.cific Express 5.56 A. M.
Way Passenger 9.41 A. M.
Cincinnati Express 12 2G P. M.
MailTrsiu 3.3o P. M
Past Line C 20 M. j
Mi! Train - M
Stops when sigrsli-J.
JAMES NORTH. Ag't
TOWS AM) COl NTH V.
The Juniata Sentinel will pub
lish all of the county printing
as heretofore, so that no reader
shall he deprived of the inform
ation that such documents im
part. Thkre will be no paper issued from
this office next week.
A W1CK.F.D wretch tried to fire some
building ia IS- Il. fuiite on the 1 Sf ill inst.
Sixtv men were at work on the rail
road between Patterson and Perry sville
ou lat Sunday
TllK rains of the last few (lays have
had a very maiked effect on the c;rn,
oa!s and pasture fi Ms.
A 0'V owned by P. t" liolim, of Pat
trrson, was killed below tint, town by a
tiain of car? on last Saturday.
8ti:art A. Wvi.m. ot the Lancaster
i-jhirrr, one of the loreniot t young pub-li.-lieri"
of this State, died at his Lome ou
the 12. h inst
Nftv (. luiicil. Eighteen liumtred
diillais have been siibecribed by the Mttb-
,di-t congrf gat ou of this place, toward ;
the building of a new chmcli.
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..,.il.f. ..n n,- nn U riT t.i ,ifimv ;
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d'tificnt seats I hey can sit proiniscu
m-tv as lu oilier t
TllK Cmnteilainl Xc'ct says :
crop of hawk and o a i-cilns in
p:y C'mty for the past year
has been i
tiuite extensive, as not less
thousand w ill have to be hvied for by
l!.i I 'uuoiv Couiinis.-iou'. rs
at Gia hill's Il.tid
V.'ahu I'M ill. Ii Ou 1 hur-day, the
i'O'li ii.st , the tl.ei luoineter, at 2 o'clock
P. M , iieiicati d H2 degrees i:i the shade
a l'ii. lay, the 2!st, at the same hour,
ai.d in the sli.ide, DO degrees. Ou Sat
i:ii!ay, lliu 22nd. at the fsuii! hour, and
iu the fhadc, 00 deree-i
Wf are in ri ceipt of a card annnunc
iej a c'tizi 11 of Fayrtte township, as a
(Mi.didate for Legislature.
The name of
tli" person ho penned the card no s not
accompany it. (Vmwtinicaiious. in order j '"j"1"1? '!' f"' "'(,r "n severely that -to
receive attention, must be accompan ied !tli'd Me reaching home, and the lat
l-y the name of the author. j ttr tl,:lt Ile eY,rt:i tlie v'e"'r? f er the
; accidi-nt. Ileyney was a tingle man.
i.mss khili;s, aitiereut sizes, lor ,
f.i!e at Graybill's.
Attention ! Gha bill Zocaves ! olf' laoor for support 7V'1g-o'..i
I on are heieby ordered to meet at " ' '
your Armory ou the 4ih of July, at Sj Ox Wednesday evening, of last week,
o'clock A. M, for parade and basket I during the heavy thunder storm, a young
J'ic-nlc to be held in Schw ier's woods j man named William Carroll, residing
By older of the Captain. 1 near ("lesson, took refuge under a tree
A. II. Fasick, O. S. ' in sight of his residence. The tree wag
The public nre respectfully invited to! "truck by ligl.tniu .nd il man
attend. Ynie one, come all. and each : inotantly killed. Uis mother was staud
with a basket well store.,1 wilh provisions ' ''gt the window during the storm and
for a free hospitable boaid.
Wirb Cakk am Fkiit Dishes for
f ile at Gravhill's.
.Ii niata Coi'XTY Normal School, j
Pathrsox, Pa. We h am that Mr. J. '
M. Garnian has tiigKged the services of
I'. A. ILirmr.ii, li E., a graduate of I
I'.l ooinsl.Uig Normal School. Jlr. liar- j
man is well recommended as a teacher, !
.-Hid a proved as a scholar This County
Normal School under il r. Garman is evi
and well worthy of
(itionae. Mr M 1). Hihbs will also
asfirt Mr. Garmau iu teaching. The
second session of this school will com-u-uice
cu tLe liu of July.
Lanterns, different styles, at Gray
bill's Hardware f'tore.
Riot at II'.llidatsi;i h. Some col
oied and white men of Ilollidaysburg
raised a street riot 0:1 the evening of the
15ih inst. The story goes that a colored
niau uuder the inlluenc" of liquor entered
a store and bought sevonty-five cents'
worth of goods and Landed the clerk a
one dollar bill as pay. 1 he clei k return
td twenty-fire ceuts, when the customer
said that be had given biro a five dollar
Ml instead of a one, and demanded four
dollars and a quarter change. It was
not given. The fellow left aud gathered
parcel of bis race and they returned.
In the meantime a crowd of mixed colors
had collected about the store. One blow
from the fist of a white man started a
riot, iu which weapons and missiles of
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aiuiobt every kind were u?ed. o eenons :
njiiiy was sustained by any of tbe rioters.
A little girl, in passing on the opposite
nde of the street, was struck with a
etoue and ccniiiderably hurt.
lilKKKare several kinds of worms
, . . , U0I',!t; pm-worms
p.iiueu ai nam enas; are the moat com-
mon and moist darierroua. S!,frifa'i
Cavalry Condition Powders will in a
few days eject thn worms, and the horse
will begin to thrive.
A Littlb shaver in a Western Sun
day school being a-kod what tho father
of the Prodigal Son probably did when
he fw hig son "a great way off." re
plied : "I diiimo, but I dessay be set
the d"g on him."
Skamlfss Gkai.n Bags for sale cheap
Tooth ac it k proceeds from ague in the
fare, operating upon the exposed nerve of
a decayed tootli. Hob the gum thor
oughly with the finger, wet with Jo!in-
tnn't Anodyne L'nhmnl, heat the face
well, and lap a ilaunel wet with the lini
ment on the face, alto put a little of the
liniment into the cavity of the tooth on
. Thk following business places in Pat
terson will be closed on Thursday, July
Laikd & Bkll
Ji-StPil l'h.VNELL. j
JaO' B FlIAXK.
P. C. Rcximo.
La sob lot of Willow Baskets all sizes,
at Graybill's cheap store.
PENFIELD'S RADICAL CURE TRUSS,
A sure cure for Hernia or Rupture Also
a ljnge ttriety ot ottier Rinds ot 1 russes,
Sbouhfer Braces, Abdominal Siippor -
tens a new stock just receive ! at the
Physicians and others in need of truces !
.:ii c.i ,i. i , i, r.. .i. ,'cy the present year. The size of tbe
"'ill LIU: IrtlSlOL Cl"l& IU IJC UMUUI.V
, . r j i o
tit fl,-liit (rnm. ntiri mi f-Ynerlonrn tMir- !
geon to attend to the wsnts of customers-
Thk Carlisle Ha-atd of last week
states as folliiws, how James Lentz, a
I youth of 17 years, hnd an eye knocked j
out on the 17ih met. It seems that in '
: company with eeveral other boys they
had beeu placing a game of ba.e ball at j
the Barracks, and tirins; of that they j
went to the "swimming holo" to bathe, '
and while there they began to throw mud
halls and sticks at each other, when ;
young Bentz was accidentiy struck w i;h ,
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a stick, and his eve knocked out.
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llv Stiirilav lnt a Isaac llid,lincra.
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wife and eh.M were parsing Lol lverr s j
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i tarai above Ketd.-viIIe tn a bugy, a pea-!
purl sealed on a fence title, ed its si. l ill :
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mtn ini'I friliteneil I In. Iiorse thev were
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.1,.i,-i,ir 'I'll.. Ikii-. strti.H In run. lint In
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than four!., ,, T,. . .111 . !
! Mr I !i.i!.ltiira nut nvi r I m fiusher. nnat.
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Hie ouggy anu l.irew .urs. 11 unu ine !
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cl.II 1 out -ir. iieouma wa eeveriy !
' .,.,1 M j II cr-r:if,-lf.,l 1, lit till"
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cliiiu renped iijurr. i-itii-rr tiicoj, ;
happily, are seriously injured. Li-uis
I Hit .Va in-
Carria,K Oil Ci-uTH kept 011
at (iiaj lull's If . 11 d are Storti.
Two iMRX KlI.LKU Tuesday last,
two of our townsmen, Cluislian II irry
and Christian Iliytiey nu t with tragic
deaths. While winking at an embank
ment along the railioad about a mile and
a ""9 e"le f,t ' etersriurg Itie em- :
bankment suddei.lv fell in unon them. !
Lut Harry leaves a widow and a lir2e
i family of children w ho were dependent
' saw turn leave I lie road anil take slielter
' under the tree. The d ceased wag a
j very estimable young man and was the
! support of his aged mother whose hus-
tilled 011 the same day of the
month twenty years ago AlUtna Rod-
Coach makers will save money by
purchasing their Spokes, Hubs, Springs
and other material at GRAYBlLL'S
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KlI.I.KU Another fearful casualty must
be added to the list of railroad accidents
Thursday evening, hit while upon its
regular tiip to Bedford the Huntingdon
and Bioad Top passenger train met with
an accident which cost the conductor,
James Pa vis and the fireman Jesse ii,
Decker their lives ; demolished engine
No. 17 and a freight car The particu
lars a-i, we are able to glean them are as
follows: The engine stopped at a water
station above Hopewell, and consequently
had not got under much speed when the
driving w heel of the engine struck the
end of a rail which bad worked a little
out of place, the rail spread, and engine,
tender and a box car filled with corn were
precipitated down a twenty-feet embank
ment into the river. The coupling con
uecting the box car with tbe baggage
car fortunately broke and the end of the
latter lodged against a telegraph pole
thus saving the passeuger car from be
ing wrecked, also. At the time of the
accident the conductor, fireman and en
gineer were all on tbe engine ; the latter
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by some means escaped injury ou ine
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nmi jtwttrr an1 nroman wpra rnno-ni. ill
the wreck, carried with it. the latter in
stantly killed and the former so terribly
iujnred that he died a few hour thereafter.
Lost. A pocket book, between M if-
flin .nd QakUod-bnt believed to have
been lost at the former place containing
88 , more or less and a number of re
ceipts, valuable only to tbe owner. The
fiuder will greatly oblige the owner by
informing Peter Weber at McAlister-
ville of its whereabouts
Notice to Tax-Payers. Notice
hereby given that all persons who wi!
pay to the Collectors of State, County
and Militia Tax tbe amount of their tax
in full for tbe year 1872, on or before tbe
Second day of September, 1872, will be
allowed an abatement of Ten Per Cent.
All delinquents af er that date will be
required to pay the full amount of their
tax as charged in duplicate.
All Collectors for 1S72 will be requ
ed to collect and settle their respective
duplicates in full, on or before April
court 1S73 jel9-3t
Camp Meetixo. The Juniata Valley
Camp Meeting Association have pnr
chased a beautiful Grove in the vicinity
of Newton Hamilton, diiectly on th
line of the Central Pennsylvania R R
ana intend t establish a permanent
Camp meeting, designed especially for
the benefit of the Methodism of the Ju
It is the purpose of the Association
to erect suitable buildings for the accom
mri -'at ion of all who may desire to spend
a few days devoted exclusively to relig
ions services.' These houes will be
, shingle-roofed, and in addition to good
Honrs wiirbe turnihra witn bunks two
1 hundred of these houses, each having a
I front and rear apartment, (one-half of
I them on the first and the others on the
"eCond floor') wi" be mAr for occnPan
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front rooms will be 7 i-z Oy S feet, that
of the back rooms 8 by 9 feet. The
price on the first fl'jor will be $7, on the
The time appointed for the commence
ment of the meeting this year is Tues
day. August 6th. to c'ose on Friday
mornin?. Auciist lGth. 1S7SJ,
It has been determined to permit those
ho rent rooms to select locations, giv-
ing those the preference who fiist pay
the stipulated price. The Association
however, will rent only to those who in
tend to occupy the rooms, but will per-
mit any who are prevented from comin?
to dispose of their rooms,
Each family will be allowed as much
rimer no may uc ueeireu, miu ine conrges
w in oe ine name no mailer now many
rooms are taken, or in what part of the
ernunds they ate located. As the fronts
are all open, sheeting or muslin will be
needed for curtains.
There will be a limited amount of
sleeping accommodations for transient
guepis, ii .ju crnis nir e;t 11 person per
niirht. but those
wlio can do so, are
earnestly desired to rent rooms and re
main through the meeting.
Tub best and easiest running Wood
Paw ever invented is the ISoynton Saw
for sale at Graybill's. Try one.
Fell isto a Weil. Tim Altoona
Triluue says : On Monday afternoon last
a boy named William Suckling, who was
: assisting to build a wall in East Altoona,
was piocuuug water. lor me purpose 01
making mortar, from a well near by and
011 the property of a woman named Mrs
1 arsons. hue endeavorine to draw
a bucket of water the boy let the bucket
slip out of his bands and it fell down
Into the well. When the well was sunk
some time since, the water came into
so rapidly that it was found impossible
to wall it np, consequently a number of
pieces of timber were nntilized to prevent
the well from caving in.
These pieces of timber render a de
scent into the well a very easy mattter
and when the boy let the bncket fall Ik
began to make preparations to go down-
after it, but being discovered by Mrs
Parsons she inquired what was wrong
Being informed that the bucket dropped
down into the well and that he was
eninff down after it, Mrs Parsons re
plied that she would go d own and get
it. saying that she bad often been down
in the well and that it would be no
trouble to her. She began her descent
down the ominous looking hole, but bad
made very little progress when a piece
of timber ou which she was standjng
gave way and she was precipitated down
into the water, a distance of twenty
There ij also about eight foet of water
in the well, but Mrs Parsons Lad sunk
twice and npon coming to the surface
of the water the second time the rope
was let down and she was called to take
hold of it. She succeeded in getting
hold of the rope, and by this time
another boy had arrived at the well
when the two boys endeavored to draw
her up out of the well by turning the
windlass while she was holding by the
end of the rope The boys were making
good time with their part of the arrange
ment. Sirs. Parsons was unable to bold
on to the rope and again fell i;to tbe
water. Again tbe rope was let down;
and arin Mrs. P. took bold of it.
Mr. Wd. Leader, who was working
in close proximity, was made aware of
the fearful situation of Mrs. P. and at
once made baste to procure a ladder
which Le put down into the well, and
by tbe aid ot which be succeeded in
landing the unfortunate woman sale on
U-rrii firma It was a miraculous escape
from drowning, as Mrs. P. was com
pelled to bold by the rope for at least a
half hour while efforts were being made
to get ber out of the well. Immediately
after she was rescued the woman fainted
but was speedily restored to consciousness.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIiL.
40 So. 3d St. Phila.
3 o'clock, p. m. June 25, 1872.
New U. 8. 6's of 1881 112J112
U. 8. 6'of '81 ll&iWMPi
", '64, 1181! UJ
" '65 114J114
65, new, 116Jfi,116
67, new,..- 117i117
." '68 117 117
6'b. 10-40's U(a)U
V.S. 80 Tear 6 per cent. Cy 1!4J114
Gold - 113U3
Silver I In !llj
Union Pacific II. K. 1st M. Bonds- '.KKa
Central Pacific R. R- 1041051
Union Pacific Land Grant Bonds- 81S 8-i
MIFFLINTOWN & PATTERSON MARKETS
PRICES OF BOARD OF COMMERCE.
Reported weekly for the Juniata Skntiksl
by the Board of Commerce of Milain and Pat
Butter lb 16
Eegs. "U dot 15
Lard, "B lb 8
Counlrj Soap 8
Wool, wasbed 60
Dried Apples 10
". readies, pared 20
" Peaches, unpared 16
Cherries, pitted 20
" Blackberries 10
' Raspberries 16
Country Hams 12
Sides and Shoulders 7
Potatoes, "W bus 40
Onions " PO
(round Alum Salt, J sack 2 25
llailroaii Ties 00
Locust Posts, mortising 32
" " for board fence.. - la
SHELLEY STAM BAUGH'S PRICES CUR
RENT. Correcied Weekly.
Crystal Palace, MifHiniown
June 2i, 1872.
Prime Roll Butter, cer lb 1G
t'Kff. per aoitu 10
Lard, per tb
Tallow, per lb -
Dried Apples, per lb
Bacon. Sides smoked, per lb
Shoulder, smoked, '
llama, " "
SULuUKF'S PRICES CURRENT.
White Wheat, bus V 65
Red " - te. 1 0
CloTerseed 4 50
Timothy seed 3 50
Prepared Ccal, " ton $5 50
Nut " " 4 50
Pea " " 3 10
Bituminous" " - 5 00
Run of Lot;, 4 4, r) 10-X) ft $15 00
o-S, " 25 00
8 4, " ....25 00io40 01)
0-1, " 25 00lo40 00
Hemlock Frame, " .20O0
Boards. . " 2000
Whitcpine worked Flouring...- 35 00
dermal. Siding .. ftoOl
Panel Doors 2 00 to 3 01)
Wiu'low Sash, 8x10. window- 65
" x 12, " '
' " 10x12, " 80
" " 10x11, " 90
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PiiiLAiELPhi.. June 25. 1872.
Flopu There is very little demand either
for export or home use, and the matket con-
inucs very iluU. About o'HJ bbls sjld in
ots to the home trade including
Superfine $5 oOfi.C, 00
Extras $0 0n7 00
N. W. Exlra Family $7 o(.i,0 23
(ihio&lnd. do. do $9 OOfr-lO 0')
Peuna. do. do $'J OOifa i:9 7 i
Fancy Brands $11) 25(11 23
Grain The wheat mvrket ia exceedinglv
dull and prices are weak. Sales of western
i,nd l'enn red at Si 90a 1 93 ; amber at $1 05
and while at 2a2 0-". Rye is held at
87aUOo for western and Penn. Cora meets
iih a limited inquiry. Sales of yellow at
litiaC7c, and 50 10 bus. western mixed at 01a
mio. Oats are unchanged. Sales of 7K)
bus. western at 4 Oa-Pic for white, and Halle
PHILADELPHIA CATTLE MARKET.
Moxiiat, June 214 I. M.
Tho arrivals and sales of Beef Cattle at ths
Avenue, drore-vard were large ibis week,
reaching about 3000 bead; the market in
consequence was very dull and prices lower.
bxira Penn. and western Mcers selling al
71nuc ; fair to good do 6i7c, and common
at 5a6o f lb, gross.
Cows and Calves were ami ani entirely
nominal iu value. We quote spungers at
$2a30. and fresh cows al $U(alO.
Siicsp were not attracting much attention
and have declined. Pales of eood at 51a6e ;
medium at 5a51o jt lb; and stork at 33 50
V head. Lambs are worth PlalOc V m for
good, and $1 atlaS OU Bead for common.
GOLD AND SILVER
At the Patterson Drug Store,
Come and have your eye-sight re
JENNINGS WILSON On the 21th inst..
by Rev. T. J. Sherrard, at the residence of
tha bride's father, Mr. II. S. Jenuings, of
Philadelphia, and Miss Kata Wilson, daugh-
er of Mr. Lucian Wilson, of Oakland Mills,
ZIMMERMAN YEATER On the 25th
inst., by Rot. Christian Myers, Mr. William
. Zimmerman and Miss II. M. Yeater, both
of Juniata connly.
THE GREAT DISCOVERY.
KunkcPs Bitter Wine of Iron.
KCNKEL'S BITTER WINE OF IRON will
effectually cure all diseases arising from a
disordered liver and S'omacb, such as con
slipation. fluulence, inward piles, fullness of
blood to the head, acidity of the stomach,
nausea, heartburn, disgust for food, fullness
or weight in the stomach, sinking or flutter
ing at tbe pit of the stomach, swimming at
tbe head, hurried or difficult breathing, flut
tering at the heart, oheking or suffocating
sensations when ia a lying posture, dimness
of vision, 4o. Price $1. per bottle.- K. P..
Kunkel, proprietot, 259 Nor in Ninth street.
below Vine, Philade pbia. Ask for Kunkel's
Bitter Wine of Iron, and take no other. If
your draggist has it not, send $1. to my ad
dress, and tbe medicine, with free advice,
ill be sent to you at once ; direct as above.
Large assortment of Queeasware, China
ware, Glassware, Crockery waia, Cedar
war, Sc., for sale obcap by
TILTLN & ESriS:8CHADE'5.
BOOTS & SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
WOOD 4 WILLOW WARE
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS,
TABLE OU CLOTHS, &C, &C.
3 If yon want to tee an entire new
stock of Goods at Low Prices, call at
NEW CRYSTAL PALACE BUILDIN5,
SUELLEY & STAMBAUGO.
Nov. 29. 1871.
GUOCEli V, PROVISION,
LIST OF LE ADING ARTICLES TRICES
reported weekly by C. BAK1LEY, op
posite tbPust Office, MirSintown, Pa :
Butter - -
Molisscs, Purto Rico, 5? gal
" New Orleans
Srup, Houey Bee-
Yellow C ..
Coffee, Rio, Choice
" Roisied (Arbuckles)
Tea, Imperial, Finest .:
" Layers. ..
Pruens, French -
Salt, GronuJ Alum
Mackernl. No. 2 (new) bbl
Brooms, No. I
No. - -
" No. 3
Buckels, 1'niuleJ, 2 hoops....- ..
Tin Cups ' -
Tin Dish Pans
Tin Wash Pans
Boots, Men's Calf.
Gaiters, Ladies' Lasting
" Sweei, peck -
Coal Oil, V gallon
Cash paid for eggs.
D. K. SULOUFF k CO.,
(Successors to D. P. Sulouff,)
Grain, Lumber, Ccal,
CALCINED PLASTER, CEMENT, 4C. .
The Highest Cash Trices raid
for all kinds of Grain.
Lumber, Coal, tec, Sold at (he
Having boats of our own we can freight
Grain, Lumber, Coal, sc.. cheaper tban any
other parties. We therefore defy competi
tion. geTYon ean make moner by calling on us
before selling or buying elsewhere.
Gris will be bkckivio 1 itoii to be
SOLD BT THE 1ST Or JlI.NE, 1871.
P. S. Our grain is not elevated on men's
Mifflintown, April 20, 1871.
New Lumber Yard.
BEYER, GUYER & CO.
Have opened a Lumber Yard ia the bor
ough of Patterson, and are prepared to fur
nish all kinds of Lumber, such as
Siding, Flooring, Studding,
Palin?. Shingles, Lath, Sash, &c,
in large or small quantities, to suit cus
Persons wanting Lumber br the car
load oan be supplied at reduced rates.
BEYER, GUYER & CO.
Georse Goshen, AgenL
Pattarson, May 15. '72-tf
- Administrator' Notice.
Eilaif of Mathuu Jame; deceased.
LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION on the
estate of Mathias James; late of Dela
ware township, Juniata county, deceased,
having been gran led to tbe unde signed.' all
persons having claims or demands against
said estate are requested to present them, and
those indebted to make payment.
May 1, 1872-flt Administrator.
A FINE assortment of Cloths, Cassimeres,
Testings, &e., ust received and for sale
by 8. B. LOv DOS.
$rg ttoads, t&xtmUS, Qntmrnxt, tit.
First in the Field with our Nw Goods for the
ALL THE NOVELTIES OF THE SEASON
TILTEN & ESPENSCHADE'S.
. DOLLY TARDEN THE GREAT RAGE
in "Woolen and Cotten Materials.
Alexis Cloths, Japenese Stripe,
The Topular Goods, in New and Choice Styles.
Maripose Pekas, Figured and Stripes,
The Handsomest and Cheapest.
Yosemite Marseilles, Stripes,
In Beautiful Designs.
BLACK AND COLORED SILKS, ALPACCAS,
And a Lost of other tilings which mast be seen to be appreciated.
WHITE GOODS DEPARTMENT,
Of any aud everything at prices which defy competition.
One of tha best in the county, embracing all the New and Brst Styles
fur tlift Snrinf nnrl Summer 'l'radp. for l,nrlifa. Mirfsps anil Cliililren tiip
same exclusively for our trade at
. Grocery and (Jueensware Department.-
For our Grocery and Queensware Department we have secured
one of the finest rooms in the county iu the Odd Fellows Hall.
Just opened one of the largest and best stocks of Goods ever
brought to the county, all of which are kindly submitted to the inspection of all
our numerous friends and customers. For quality and prices we defy comrtition.
WE SOLICIT A FULL SHARE OF PUBLIC PATRONAGE.
Mav I. 1872.
D. W. HARLEY & CO.'S
Ia tbe place where yon can boy
Tlio lot iil tlie Olioie't;
MENS' YOUTHS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING,-
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SH03S, AND FUS1TISSIU3 GOOES.
WE are prepared to exhibit one of th most choice and slect Stocks ever offered in this
market, and at ASTO.YJSIIXG LOW PRICES!
Also, measures taken for Suits and parts of Suits, which will lie made to ordor,'
at short notice, very reasonable.
Remember the place, in the Ncvirt Building, two doors west of the Keystone
Store. BK1UUE .STlltET. .Mir FLlNT0O.
DR. P. C. RUrDIO.
IBWggim&M AMU BHIiaglS
DEALER IN EVERYTHING THAT CONSTITUTES A FIRST-CLASS .
The public attention is also invited to his large assdrtrccnt of
All persons who are in need oS Spectacles will find ii to their advantage to
call, as they will find the largest stock in the comity to select from. COME
AXD HAVE YOUR EYE-SIGHT RESTORED.
NEW STOCK JUST RECEIVED OF
Violins, accorkeons and hakmoxk onsj Also a spi ehwd
TOILET ARTICLES FOR THE LADIESf,
With an mmense stock of'XOTIONS tS3" Something for everybody, young
and old, at the
PATTERSON DRUG STORE.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
New Shop in IGfflintown.-
rHE subscriber begs leave to inform the
X citizens of MiiHintown,' Patterson and
vicinity lhat he has opened a Boo, and Shoe
Shop, for the present, in the room occupied
by N. E. Litt eficld's Tin Shop, on Bridge
street. Mifflintown. where be is prepared to
manufacture all kinds of
in the most substantial manner, and at tbe
lowest prices. Iga. Repairing promptly at
A liberal share of public patronage is soli
cited, anl satkifactioa guaranteed.
A. B. FASICK.
May 29. 1872-tf
Boot and Shoe Shop.
riTIE undersigned, fashionable Bant ft
X aud Shoemaker, hereby respectful- If
ly informs tbe public that he baa located
in tbe bcreugb of Patterson, where he is prepared-
to accommodate tbe most fastidious in
Gents1 Fine and Coarse Boots,
CHILDREN'S WEAR, &C d C.
Alsa. mendine done in the neatest manner
and npon the shortest notice. A liberal
share of public patronage is respectfully
solicited, satislaciion guaranteed.
US' Shop located on the east side of Tus
carora street, one door santh of Main street,
nearly opposite Laird A Bell s store.
j. IT. VLU.
March 8. 1872
LARGEST STOCK af Dresa Goods ia the
caubty at Till en Si Esprmchade's.
prices to suit all purchasers. Every j
TILTEN & ESPENSCHADE;
may 8, l&72-tf
G3' GREAT REDUCTION S
I'UICKS OF" TKETIir
Futt Upper or Lower Sets as Low as $5.00."'
No teeth allowed to Ie.ive tbe office unless
the patient is uni ipfic 1.
Teelh remodeled an. I repaired.
Teeth filled to last for life.
Toothache stopped in five minutes withouf
extracting the to ih.
Dental work done for persons without (beta
leaving their homes, if desired.
Electricity used in l-c rxttartion of teeth,
rendeiing it almost a painless operation, (ni
extra charge) at tbe Di-nUl 0!l':oe of G. L.
Derr, established in MifHiniown in ISrtl. '
G. L. DF.RR.
Jen 21, 1872-ly Practical Dentist.
OFFERS hi professsnn il se-rice to the
public in general, in both branches of
his profession operative and mechanical.
First week of every month at Richfield, Fre
mont and Turkey Valley.
Second week Liverpool and Wild Cat VaU
Third week Millerstown ami Raccoon "
Fourth week at Ms-office in M'AIisterrille.
Will visit Mifflin when culled on.
Teeth pnt tip on any of the bases, and si
liberal as anywbero else.
Address by. letter or otherwise.
May 1-, 1872-ly
Estate of James 3f. Sharon, dteeatjd".
LETTERS TESTAMENTARY on the estate
of James M. Sh-tron, late ct Fayette
township, deceased, having been-granted to
the undersigned, ail persona indebted to said
decedent are reqdestet to make payment, and
those haying claims to present tbem without
delay to JEREMIAU LVONi,
May. 1, 1872-61 Exeeutor.
PLAIN and Fancy Job Printing neatly exe
cuted at this Ofnes.