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WEDNESDAY MORS4S0, JAX. 15, 167
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. ON AND
Philadelphia Express 1:10 A. M.
Fast Line 4:01 A. M.
llarrinhurg Accommodation 11:28 A. M.
Mail Train ...
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Mail Train -
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C.83 P. M
JAMES NORTH, Ag'l
IKrtS AN O COHNTItV.
It is fiifbiotiable w fill this icy
Louis NapjLEox is to be buried to
a new eter.m fir
The Sunday liquor law has been eu
forced in California.
Snow meltel and water
yesterday iu the gutters
Mr Mickey is putting up a building
for & store in Patterson.
The greatest medicine to nlmte paiu
aud rheumatism is "KuukcPa Paiu Shy
er ' For fa'e at UauLs Sc ilamliu's
Drug Store, 5IiPJitito-.vn.
Notice to I'ay Up. All Person
knowing tut uitclvrs indebted on the
Books cf D. K. SulonfT & Co , are re
quested to make immediate payment.
A LOT of euro planters belonging to
the Center Mali Manufacturing Company
were eld by the elienO", at the stable of
the Juniata IIoue, on Tu'-sday. They
wtre sold at f 10 and f 12 a piece.
A Nl'.vtiKu of Mifiliii ladies and gen
tlemen formed a sleighing paity on Tues
day evening, aud drove to Thonipsou
town, where tbej' sojourned a few hours,
and took flipper at Mr Snyder's hotel.
On last XJoud;iy Samuel Btll, of Per
rnanagh township, was hurt by a loch
falling on bimfrom an embankment i:i the
Narrows, uLciu he was at work for the
Thkkb are bat few systems that do
not at some time or other require a tonic
KUNKKL S Bi'lTEK Y INK of I HON
is noted for its r invigorating powers.
Oo.MML'Mii set vices wt!l be held in
the Lutheran Church i;f ibis place on
j;ext Sabbath moiti:;i, 10th inn. l'u
paratory service on S.ituidny evening,
ut 7 o'cloek.
WANTKi- 10.000 Railroad Ties, S
feet 6 inches b" g, square at llie ends, S
inches thick, 8 iuchea of a face, iu ex
change for G-.ods or (reenbacks.
La l un Sc BtilX.
Hoi LtAV.MiiiKU had a firo ou Satur
day night. The ;ln;e of the Drmorratir
ttaviiurd was destroyed. Sir 'J rough
Las our hearty sympathy in his misfor
tunc We hope that ho is fo lircutu
vtanctd that the loss caujot distreps bid
Miss Axmk Wish, of ibis place, de
hirea to inform the citizens of i;!11iuand
l'attersou that the is prepared to give
instructions ou Instrumental Music.
Scholars will receive lesson at her resi
deuce -or at their own homes, as mav be
.Adjourned Teaeheis' Institutes will be
"lidhl.ns follows : At McAlh-teivisIe, J.m
lth-and lSth ; East Waleif'oid, Jan.
24th and 25th, 1S73. Teacln rs, direc
.tors, and all interested iu the cause ot
education are invited to be present and
(take part in the exercises.
!. E. HoBlfcON, Co Supt
Attkxtion, Juniata Scouts ! You
are hereby ordered to parade in Mifiliu
town, on Saturday, January 25, 1S73
1'ull uniform for inspection. Muster aud
jiay 19 o'clock A. M . Py order of
J K. KOBISON.
Mattiimv Ro iKUs, O. S.
Senator CaAWtoitD on Tuesday in
Lis place iu the Seiuite- read an act to
repeal certain acts relating to the public
printing in Juniata county. The JSeua
tor will pass it through the Senate. It
is believed that. Itepresenalive Bates will
immediately act on it iu the House and
Lave it pass that body. By so doing he
will win the golden opinions of all the
people in this county whotc good will is
Public Sale. Toiias P Page will
pell at public eale, at hie residence, one
rnile north of Oakland Mills, Fsyette
township, on the lSth of Pebiuary, at
10 o'clock, four horses, three cows, all
coming fresh, eight head of young cattle,
wagons, 1 reaper aud mower combined,
threshing machine, horse power and
shaker, hay pitcher, hay rake, aud all
other kinds of farming implements.
Roiif.kt Mickey and'Seferius Dough
man, Patterson youths, r.grd about 1C
years, collided while skating on the ice
on the river, between Bell's Ll.md and
Patterson, on Saturday evening In
falling, Douhuinn's head slruek the ice
with such force that it becara" necessary j
to carry iiim Lome, here lie Las since
lain in a mentally di-ri'ged state, and
generally speaking iu a critical condi
tion. ... . . .
j Knowledge is Power, is Wealth,
j is IIappinbss- The truth of which can
' j be tufted by calling at the Dental Office
i of G. L. ;ehr, emblitbed in MilHin-
town in 18G0, and has been iu success-
ful operation ever t-Kice, (s .the public
! - - If ro have toothache, it fa
; ll-c place to go, and have it flopped in
! five minutes, without piiin, mid without
! extracting, and nt ih; fame time can have
eaid organ preserved for usefulness for
life It is also tho place to go if you
have scurvied gums, and 250.00 will be
j paid in every case of failure to cure. It
: is the place to go if run want the most
brautifui sets cf Porceldia Teeih and
Gums, niotttitt d upon Rubber or any of
the various bases now in general use, nnd
at prices to fu:t all. Teeth .filled aud
built v.p with line GidJ, w.irr.mtcd to last
for life. Teeth repaired. Old acts arti
ficial teeth n charged for nw, or re
modeled warranted t give peifectsnt
isfacliun. I purpfitfe giving my partic
ular atteutiou to thl pretervatioii of the
Natural Teeth 1 1 i to be lametitcd that
on tho part of the people ths disposition
is to Ftibu.it to the lors of the natural
teeth (which, if attended to, might be
!(.ved) for anilid.tl teetli," which at best
are only substitutes ; lima catit-mg as a
direct result, wh it nmny are uot aware
of, a shortening of the lives of the indi
viduals themselves, and also entailing on
tho coining generation an imperfect" or
gainsm. If persons would have their
teeth examined once a year, and theu
have them attended to in time by a com
pttent Dentist, liiey would never know
what toothache or neuralgia was, and
would preserve thur U-eth aiid alio their
C. L. DEItR.
Singular ami fatal accidknt.
The O.ikvillo I'.iteijnUe sys : On Fri
day afternoon list, about 2 o'clock, a
young goa of Mr. YV. if. Watson, of this
place, agtd belwieii three aud four years
aecidectly bangfd bim-:e!f iu Lis father's
hog pen, iu the fjTiwtng curious iaa:i
uer : The boy Lad left the house whil-j
the mother was attending to some work,
and on being nii.-tc! the went iu search
of him to the di!f jvut places. Not fmd-
g him, she went iu'o the lot iu the re:r
of the house aud to her honor discover
ed the ehi!d hai!,;!.: with his head be
tweeu livo boards i t a partition in the
pen, and dead. Ihe buy Lad evidently
climbed up iLe pnni:i.':i and inst-ited his
head iu the crack, nhich was scarcely
wide enough to a imit it, uheu his feet
slipped, and beit.g unable to help him
self, he was strangled The boy was a
bright, iiiiejeslin child, and no doubi
the parents ft el tin: siitSJeii loss deeply,
io fthich thty have the sy irpathicS of
l::e c:'inmu::i:y .
Tiik Somerset ILratd alls the follow
ing : Miss Lizzio f io-:ft.'elt, daughter ol
Henry lluusifcll, wUj Wwia about a mi!.
to the south of iho t"wii, owns a most
beautiful pet theep Ou one taunting of
list week eha iioln:-d tht the v.'ool, of
v, l. her pel has a ciont laxuiiant coat,
ou olio side, ju.-t he:c the neck joins tlic
shoulders, was trt'isled aud kutittod and
ii.-eu up iu a sort of lump. Upon ex
iiniuatiou she fouud that a rnt had made
a ueet iu thu wool of the shucp, aui when
she pulled the place il stuck iU bead out
and looked al her as complacently as you
; lease. Ti.e rat was so tame that it was
easily caught and dir-paiched. In the
evening when the sheep was put back iu
the stable M.ss Lizzie noticed that it
went all around looking iuto the corners
aud noting about aj though it were in
search of something, showing that u
iricocly relation -had existed betwesn the
rat and the sheep
The TELEGRAPH FOD
DER CUTTERS, the best in
the market, arc selling rapidly
at PAISTE'S HARDWARE
STORE. Every farmer should
have one. The money paid for
them is well invested. ' Buy
one and be convinced.
A YOUNU man, George Miller, aged
IS, of l'lfafwnt Gup, met with an acci
dent ou "last Friday afternoon which
proved fatal. lie was as?istipg Mr Cur
tin Hill, on the Shugert farm, in thresh
ing, and while attempting to jump over
the tumble fliaft his coat was caught by
due of the kunckW, and 't he unfurtuuato
by wag wiiiiled around sereu times, Si B
head striking the ground every time, be
fore he could be rescued. He tiied on
the following morning of the injuiics sus
tained. Ccn'.cr Hall Reporter, of fast
Hl SH AN'GKL, IT WILL !?.JO BE OVKR.
The reporter of the Klmira Gazrt'c,
who was at Netvbt-ry after lire catastro
phe of Christmas iiiht, writes to that
paper the follow ing account of the death
of Mrs Campbell, which we copy :
"Mrs 1). Campbell was holding her
young child, which was cninjured, when
the accident occurred. She fell near the
side of Mrs. Herman. The child was
crying wheu the spoke iu under tones :
'Uuh angel, it will soon be over, and
she passed away Public Preis.
KUNKEL'S 11 ITT EH WINE OF
IROX baa reached an enviable position
among medicines as a cure for Liver Com
plaint, Dyspepsia and all diseases arising
from a disordered Irvcr or stomach. It
costs but little, purifies the blood and
gives tone to the stomach, renovates the
system and prolongs life. Try this val
uable Tonic. For sale at Banks & Ham-
jlin's Drug Store, Mifflititown, l'a.
McGILL RAM3ET On the 19th ult., t
the residence of the bride's father, by Rev.
J. A. McGUI, Mr. W. J. McGill, of Hunting
don county, and Miss Clara Ramsey, of Beale
township, Juniata county.
1XNI3 JUNK Ob New Tears Eve, by
the same, in the United Presbyterian Church
at McCoysvillc. Mr. Robert Innis anl Miss
Victoria A. Junk, bath of Tuscarora Valley.
VAXFOSSEN STAVIBAUGH On the 7th
inst., by Rev. H. C. P&rdoe, Rev. Abner
Tsnfossen, of Drncannon, Pa., and Miss
E. Carrie SlambaugU, of MiClin, Pa.
MYERS KEELY On the 9 h inst., by
Rct. II. C. Shind'.e, Mr. Orri A. Myers tnd
Miss Iila M. Keely, both of Thompsonlown.
liRYXER On the 20th ult., in Perry-viHc.
a! the residence 'of his sister, Mrs. Smith,
Jerome Bryner, aged 31 years.
HINELY On Ihe 8th inst., ia Miain
eouniy. Pa'., of consumption, Sarah Hinely,
wife of Henry Hinely, and daughter of Mi
chael Beshour, of Juniata county, aged 30
years, 9 months and 8 days.
Prices of Board of Commerce.
Reported weekly for the Jdkiata Sentinel
by the Board of Commerce of Mitiiin and Pat
Batter 'tf lb 25
Eggs, dox .. 30
Lard, lb 8
Country Soap. 8
Wool, washed f!0
Dried Apples 10
" Peaches, pnictl 20
" Peaches, mipnred 15
' Cherries, pitted 20
" Blackberries 10
" Raspberries i
Country llnms 12
Sides and Shoulders 7
Potatoes, j) bus 40
Onions " .- 00
Ground Alum Salt, 'jp tack 2 25
Railroad Ties 60
LociiPt Posts, mortising 8'J
" " for board fence.. 15
Shellsy & Staaibar. ja's Price3 Currsnt.
Chystal l'Anrc, Miffiiiitowu, )
Jan 15, 187i. (
Prixe Roll Riiitcr, pjr i'o 25
Egfs, por doziu 8o
Lird, per lb ('8
Tallow, per lb OS
Dried Apples, per !l 01
" C!icriic., seniles, per Hi 17
" " unseeded -I
" r.laekberrics - OS
" Hi.spberries .-. 20
Waliiats, per bus -10
Chickens, live, per 1!) 08
Liverpool Ground Alum Salt, per sack 2 (10
D. P. Sulouff & Co.'s Prices Current.
Vhi!e Wheat, "j? bus $1 75
Red " 1 70
Corn, old 50
C.ovurr.ee l 6 00
Tiuioihy seed 3 50
Prepaid Coal, I1 ton ?5 25
Nui " ' 4 25
Pea ' 3 10
Bituminous ' 5 00
Run of Log; 4 4, "jl 1 000 ft $35 00
5-8, " 25 00
" 8-4. " ....25 OOlclO 00
" " 6-1, " 25 0:)to4000
tlemlock Frame, 20 f0
" Boards. " 20 00
Whitcpinc worked Fiocrir.g... 85 00
"' flermnr. hiding 3500
Pucrl Doors .: 2 00 to 3 00
Window Ss!i, 8x10, tl window- 15
" !'xl2. ' 75
" 10il2, " 80
" " 10x14, " 90
PutLAPEi.PhiA, Jan. II, 1S7.2.
Skeoa. The dem-iti'I fjr Cloveoaced hag
fallen off. ami iho offerings iiaTC increased :
sales at ! n SI Jc per lb.
rLorn TUe demand for fiour has improv
ed, and (iriccs are well i-ustaine'l. Sulcs of
3, (WO bbls aol'i, iucludins
Superfine f 1 5f(?,5 50
Extras $ O ipj 50
N. W. Estra i'r.mily $7 O'lS 00
Ouia & lad. do. do $8 Sog;) 00
renna. do. do t?8 5l'.( .0 25
Fancy Brsndc. $3 oOgfll 50
Gbain. Tiic Wheat niikt is firm, and the
offerinfr-i smalt : sales of H'X) bush. Wostern
redatiiti; 400 bu.h. do. amber at $2,05
and 1,200 bush. Western whito at $2.15.
Rye comes in slowly, and ranged fooni 93 to
01c for Pcnn. and Western Corn is less ac
tire ; the stock of old is nearly exhausted,
and the recti pi j of new continue light ; sales
of 3.2'IU bush, new Pen. and Del. yellow at
59aG2c. Oats are in better demand but with
out improvements in prioes ; sales of 700
bush. Western white at olio ; 2,11X1 bushels
Penn. do. at52c, and 700 bu!i. Western mix
ed at 47o.
D. P. SULOUFF fc CO.,
(Successors to D. K. Sulouff & Co.,j
. . 23ALEES IN
Grain, Lumber, Coal,
CALCINED PLASTER, CEMENT, ML
The Highest Cash Prices Paid
for all kinds of Grain.
Lumber, Coal, &c, Sold at the
Having; boats of our own we can freight
Grain, Lumber, Coal, &c, cheaper than any
other parties. We therefore defy competi
JfiayYou can make money by calling on us
before selling or buying elsewhere.
Graix will ns brceivko is stobb to be
SOLD BT TUB 1ST OP JDXK 1873.
P. S. Our grain is not elevated on men's
Mifflintown, April 20,- !$72. "
g Cucnmber Wood Pnmp.
Tasteless, Durable, Efficient,
and CLeup. Tbe best Pump
tor tne least money. Atteu-
Yion is especially invited to
Jlilatchley's Patent Improved
Uracket and rew Drop Check
Valve, which can be with-
" drawn without removing tbe
si pnmp or disturbing the jomts.
H Also, the Conner Chamber.
which never cracks or scales, and will outlast
any other. For sale by dealers everywhere.
Send for Catalogue and Price-List. -
Cbas. G. It latch lit, Manufact'r,
50U Commerce St., Philada., Pa.
f3 I !
The undersigned would respectfully inform the citizens of
MIFFIjIXTONV iN and vicinity that hi has opened out m the
BELFORD STORE-ROOM, on MAIN STREET, MIFFLIX
TOWN, with an entire New Stock cf Goods, consisting of
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF HATS AND CAPS,
FULL LIIVE OF
Stationery, School Books, &c,
Boots and Shoes, for Men k Boys, Ladies, Misses & Children,
FLOOR AND STAIR CARPETS AXD OIL CLOTHS,
TABLE CUTLERY, LOOKING-GLASSES,
Eight-Day and Twenty-four-IIour Clocks, SALT by the SACK,
Cheese, Dried Fruits bought and sold, Gum Boots, Over Shoes,
and Sandals, Wheat and Buckwheat Flour, and Corn Meal,
Quilts, Bedspreads, Counterpanes, Blankets, etc., etc., etc.
All kinds of Produce taken iu exchange for Goods. Prompt
payers 30 days credit. Goods delivered at any place in town
MifHintown, Pa., Dec. 181872-tf
Main Street, Opposite Court Yarfl,
Arc offering Larue Inducements to
CARRIAGE & WAGON MAKERS,
They have on hand the largest stock of
IIAK I W ARE,
IROX, HORSE SUOKS,
Nails, Faints, Leather,
la the central part of the State.
They are selling
liar Iron at 5c lb.
Horse Shoes at $7.25 keg.
Best Norway Nail Rods at Die lb.
11 inch Horse Ilisps at S5c each.
They are selling
1J Hickory Felloes at SI 50 lb set.
l Hickory Spokes at S2 00 set.
No. 1 Cum Hubs at 90 i P tel.
No. 1 Hemlock Sole Leather at 31c "g lb.
No. 1 Best OA Leather at 40c lb.
In order In close out their unitunse iloek
tbey wili sell them at COST.-t
Give them a call before pur
Franriscns Hardware Co.
Main Street, Mifflintown,
Dec. 11, 1872-tf
THE GREAT DISCOVERY.
KimkcFs Bitter Wine of Iron.
KUNKEL'S BITTER WIXB OF IRON will
effectually cure all diseases arising from a
disordered liver and stomach, such as con
stipation, flatulence, inward piles, fullness of
blood to the head, acidity of tbe eloinach,
nausea, heartburn, disgust for food, fullness
or weigbt in the stomach, sinking or flutter
ing at the pit of Ihe stomach, swimming at
the head, hurried or difficult breathing, flut
tering at ti e heart, choking or suffocating
sensations Vhsn in a lying posture, dimness
of vision, &c. Price $1. per bottle. . F.
Kunkel, proprietor, 259 North Ninth street,
below Vine, Philade pliia. Ask for Kunkel's
Bitter Wine of Iron, and take no other. If
your druggist has it not, send $1. to my ad
dress, and the medicine, with free advice,
will be sent to you at once ; direct as above.
The oldest and most reliable Institution for
obtaining a Mercantile Education.
IgayPractical business men as instructors.
For information, write for a circular to P.
DOFF & SONS, Pittsburgh, Pa.
ALL persons are hereby cautioned against
trespassing by bunting, or in any other
way, on the farm on which I reside in Fer
managh township. All persons offending
will be dealt with to the full extent of the
law. . WflSOX RODISUN.
New Store and New Goods.
GEOCEEIES, PE0VISI0NS, &C.
Maia Strast, Miffiintcwn.
HAVING opened -ont a GROCERY AND
PROVISION STORE in the old stand
on Main Street, MifHintown, I would respect
fully ask the attention of tbe public to the
following articles, which I will keep on band
at all times :
SUGAR, COFFEE, TEA,
DRIED AND CANNED FRUIT.
HAM, SHOULDER, DRIED BEEF,
Confectioneries, Nuts, &c.,
rrol:i"o, CiJ Jii"!S,
lyiojn, Feed, Nco.
All of which will be sold cheap for Cash or
Country Produce. Give me a call and bear
Mimintown, May 2, 18
J. W. EIRE.
oaslo rs kiscsiit," "Omd KKaats,-
k"sriui(a flowkrs." srvvrrt rLOWEas,"
wini n. rnrrnr wrm.Y wursi.T rntus-j
TIAji AT nUHl (UMMOluutad), lor
ITtro cf llcCirr cr tlo J f " WldJ
Sttccribcn fnlbI AT ON CI
wltb Uilr turam
tun tnbc butter tm-mi .
. H.I. i
NEW DRUG STORE.
BANKS & HAMLIN,
Alain Street, JlifflintoKn, Pa.
DttlCS AID 1IEDKI.1E8,
Chemicals, Dye Stuff,
Putty, Coal Oil,
Infants Brushes. Soaps,
Hair Brushes, Tooth Brashes,
Hair Oil, Tobacco,
Cigars, - Notions,
an 4 Stationary.
LARGE VARIETY OF
selected with great care, and warranted from
Purest of WINES AND LIQUORS for Medi
tSgT PRESCRIPTIONS compounded with
great care, mal6'72-ly
New Lumber Yard,
. Patterson, Pa.
BEYER, GUYER & CO.
Have opened a Lumber Yard in the bor
ough of Patterson, and are prepared to fur
nish all kinds of Lumber, sucb as
Siding, Flooring, Studding,
Paling, Shingles, ath, Sash,
in large or small quantities, to suit cus
tomers. S, Persons wanting Lumber by the ear
load can be supplied at reduced rates.
4 BEYER, GUYER & CO.
George Goshen, Agent.
Pattarson, May 15, '72-tf
I have added to my extensive variety o
LAMPS and TABLE GLASS WAKE,
86g- MOTTO CUrS and SAUCERS. MOT
TO MCGS, and TOY TEA SETTS, in grent
variety. Also, VASES and FANCY TOILET
SETTS, of the handtometl du-gm
These goods I have imported directly from
Europe, and my prices are as low as any Im
porter can sell the same goods in either this
eity or New York. ;
A. J. WEIDNER,
Nos. S3 South 2nd and 29 Strawberry sts,,
N. B My stock of CHANDELIERS, es
pecially adapted to Churches, is very large.
Books of Drawings, 'showing the des'gn of
each chandelier and bracket, will be sect on
request. novC-2 mos
LARGE stock of Ready-made Clothing for
sale by liARLEY & CO.
5rjj ttofiflj, 6rrrw5,.(3tti;jn$trarr, &r.
JUSS NOV OPENED
TILTEN & ESPENSCHADE'S,
Urilj Street, 3IUIIiutown,
' : . THE CHEAPEST,
And the 3Iust Attractive Stock of Goods ever Brought
DRESS GOODS IN LNDLESS VARIETY OF PRICES AND STYLES.
Black Silks, Drap Do Alma. Imperial Reps, Jamiso,
Caelnneri Rave, Australian Crape Empress,
Tiatest Canton Clotlis, &e., &e.,"
IN GOOD VARIETY.
We respectfully solicit an ex itxiination before purchasing vlcwherc.
Any and teerything, tnch at Sliairh, Cloti. (iimcrrt. Flannels :
Pdanhets, L'xdcrvcur, Hosiery, Clares, If-.,
WHll'E GOODS DEPARTMENT,
Of any aud everything at prices which defy competition.
Owl? Shoe Heartriieiitj
One of the lest in the county, i-uibrarin all the Xcvr an:l IVst fules
for the Fall sod Winter Trade, f-r I-idii. Jlissis and Children the
same exclusively for our trade at prices to suit all purchasers. Every
Grocery and Queensware Department.
For our Grocery ami Quccnswarc Department wc have sc'cuml
one of the fiutst rooms in the county in the OJJ fellow" H-.iU.
Just opened one of. the largest nnd best stocks of Goods ever
brought io the county, all of which are kindly submitted to the inspection of all
our numerous friends aud customers. For quality and prices we defy competition.
EVERYBODY CORDIALLY INVITED.
" LOW PRICES FOR CASH " OUR MOTTO.
TILTEX & ESPEXSCIIADE.
Oct. Si), 1872-1 y
D. W. BARLEY & CO.'S
Is tbe place where you can buy
TIio best and tlic ClietipoKt
MENS' YOUTHS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
EATS, CAPS, BOOTS, S20Z3, AND FTJBlTlSniNGr G00B3.
WE arc prepared to exhibit one of the mont choice and sal.'ct Stocks ever offered in this
market, aud at .'STOXISHIA'G LOW flUCES :
Also, measures taken for Suits and parts of Suits, t. hich will be m.-.tic to order,
at short notice, very reasonable.
Remember tho place, in the Nevin B'lildinj
Store, BRIDGE STREET, MIFFLINTOWN, PA.
DR. P. C. RUKDSO,
DEALER IN EVERYTHING THAT CONSTITUTES A FIEST-CLA?.
The public attention is also invited to Lis Tarj;? assortment of
Perfected mVHmPh Snectacbs.
All persons who are in need of Spectacles will find it to their aclv.itit;i to
call, as they will find the largest stock in the conuty to seh-ct from.' CtlMK
AND HAVE YOUR EYE-SIGHT RESTORED. Al-o. a spl. n.lul assottmei.tof
TOILET ARTICLES FOR THE LADIES,
With an mmenso stock of
and old, at the
AT PRIVATE SALE
THE undersigned offers for sale the follow
ing property, situated in- Mil?ord twp..
Jnniata county, Pa., 2; miles west of Patter
son and mile from tbe P. R. It. bounded
by lands of James North on the north sod
east, and by lands of E. S. Doty on the south
and west, containing
Eight Acres and Seventy-Six Perches,
all in a good state of cultivation. The Im
provements are as follows :
22 1 30, with basement and eight rooms, three
clothes presses and two halls ; also a good
BANK U.VUN, Z-ii-IG, well arranzud ; als.i
Spring Honse, Smoke House, and other ne- !-
cessary outbuilding?, Ihere is also an abun
dance of fruit on Ice premises an Orchard
of over 50 trees, 29 being in bearing condi
tion, also Cherries and Peaches. There is a
good Spring of never-failing water near the
TERMS i Price $2,.r,00. One thon?and
dollars to be paid on Ihe 1st of April, 187.1,
when Deed will be made and possession given.
Tbe balance in payments to suit purchaser.
tall at tbe premises, or a t tress
A. J. HERTZLER,
Patterson, Juniata Co., Ta.
N. B. If desirable, the purchaser can buy
thirty acres more, adjoining the abeve prop
erty, under cultivation, at $o0 per acre.
Eitate of Mary MutmeY, deceased.
MHE undersigned, to whom Letters of Ad-
M. ministration on tbe estate of Marv
Messimer, late of Mifflintown, dee'd., have
beea duly granted according to law, hereby
gives notioe to ail persons indebted to said
estate to come forward and make payment,
and those having claims against it. to pre
sent them properly authenticated for settle
ment. JOSEPH ROTUPvOCK, Adm'r.
Oct 9, 72-6t
two doors wc?t cf the Keystone
may 3, lS-72-tf
NOTIONS 4SSomethiiig for everybody, young
PATTERSOX DRUG STORE.
The Place for Hoc! Grape-vines
IS AT TIIK
Junhta i)al(fj iHucnnrbs,
AXD GBAPE-VISE MF-SllKY.
r",HE nndcraiguVl would repeclfut!y in
X form the pu' !'i: Ont lie ha starred a
Grape-vine Nursery about one mile nor: bi-att
of Mifflintown, where be lias been testing a
lare number cf l'.;o il'..;.-.-et:t virieii. cf
Grapes; aud hating been in the business for
seven years, he ij now prepare! to f'uni.h
VINES OF ALL TJ1K LEADING
VARIETIES, ANM..OLf THU
is O W 11 A T t : s .
bythesinte vine, dozen, hundred or tuuii
sani. All perti-iis wishing oad and ihrifi v
vines will do well to call and see fr tiicm
elves. toy Good and responsible Agcntv wan:cd.
Mifflintown, Juniata Co.. l a.
D. J0HNST0JT & S02I3, Froprietorr.
The "CrookerhoJ Honre" bas recently lern
refitted and ctberwiie greatly improved, en I
is now under the proprietorship of D. John
ston ft Sons, foriOT?y of tho "Leonard House"
in Clearfield, Persons visiting Rellefonte on
business- cr pleasure vriil find this a eonve
aiaut and pleasant placo to stop, frts Dots
to and front the Zhfct.
Not 1, 1871.
1)LAIN and Fancy Job Printing neatly exe
cuted at this OBice.