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FARMERS COL UMN.
J HOTS IS FARMERS.
Boys in general would be very 008
farmers if tbe current notions about farm- j
ing were not so Terjr different from those j
tliej entertain - What passes for laziness
is often an unwillingness to farm in a j
peculiar way. For instance : Some morn- i
ing in early ornrm"r John it toM to catch ,
be porrel mare, harness her into tlie j
spring wagon, aud put in the buffalo and !
the beet hip, for father is obliged to ;
drive over to the cornm1, "to see a man" j
about some cattle, to talk with the road :
commissioner, to go the store for the j
"women fulk," aud to attend to other I
importaut business ; and very likely he I
will not get back till sundown. It mnpt j
be very pressing business, for the old gen
tli mitn drives off in this way somewhere, j
Alinoi-t every pleasant day and appears to j
riav.fi a great deal on Li raiud.
Meantime, he tells John that he can!
play ball, after be has done up the chores; '
as if the chores could ever be ''done up" j
on a farm, lie is first to clean out the '
liorse-stable ; then to take a bill hook and
cut down the thietles and weeds from the
fence corners in the home mowing-lut and
along the road toward the village ; to dig
up ;be docks round the garden patch; to
weed out the beet-bed ; to hoe the early
potatoes ; to rake the sticks and leaves
out of the front yard ; in short, there is
woik enough laid out for John to keep
him busy, it seems to him, till he comes
of age ; and at half an hour to sundown
he is to go for the cows, and mind, he
don't run Vm !
"Ves, sir," say John, "is that all ! '
"Well, if you get through in good sea
son, you might pick over those potatoes
in the ct liar; they are sprouting; they
ain't fit to eat."
John is obliged to his father, for if
there is any sort of chore more cheerful
to a boy than another, on a pleasant day,
it is rubbing the sprouts off potatoes, in
a dark celiUr. Aad the old gentleman
mounts his wagon and drives away down J
the euticing road, with the dog bounding
along beside the wagon, and refusing to
come back at John's call. John half
wishes that he were the dog. The dog ;
knows the part of farming that suits him. j
He likes to run alorig the road and see
all the dogs and other people, aud he ,
likes best to lie on the door-steps at the ;
Corners while his master's horse is doz
ing at the post and his master is talking '
politics in tue store witn tue otner
dogs of hie acquaintance, snapping at
mutually anunjing flies and indulging
in that delightful dog gossip which is
expressed by a wag of the tail and a sniff
of the nose.
John looks after the 1J gentleman
driving off in state, with the odorous buf
falo robe and tbe new whip, and bethinks
that that is the eort of farming he would
like to do. And he cries after his de
parting parent :
"Say, faiher, can't I go over to the
further picture and salt the cattle V
John knows that he could spend a half
day very pleasantly in going over to that
pasture, looking for birds' nests and shy
ing at red squirrels on the way, and who
knows but he might "see" a sucker in
the meadow brook, and perhaps get a
"jab" at him with a sharp f t ik. lie
knows a hole where there is a whopper ;
and one of hia plane in life ia to go some j
A Ay and pmre Liin, and Lring him Lome
in triumph. It, therefore, is etrongly
iinreeied upon Lis miud that the cattle
want salting. But bis father, without
turning his head, replies :
4'No, they don't Deed salting any more'n
you do !" and the old equipage goes rat
tling down the road, and John whittles
Ilia disappointment. When I wad a boy
on a farm, and I suppose it is so now,
cattle were never salted half (Dongli.
John goes to his chores, and gets
through the stable a soon as he can, for
that has to be done ; bnt when it conies
to tbe out-door work, that rather drags.
There are so many things to distract the
attention, a chipmunk in the fence, a bird
on a near tree, aud a benhawk circling
high in the air over the barnyard. John
loses a little time in stoning the chip
munk, which rather likes tbe sport, and
iu watching the bird to find where its
nest is ; and be convinces himself that
lie ought to watch the bawk, lest it pounce
upon tbe chickeDB, aud therefore, with an
easy conscience, he sjnmds fifteen min
utes in hallooing to that distant bird, and
follows it away out of sight over the
wood?, and then wishes it would come
back again. And then a carriage with
two horses, and a trunk on behind, goes
along the road, and there is a girl in the
carriage who looks out at John, who is
suddenly aware that bis trowsers are
patched on each knee and in two places
behind ; and he wonders if she is rich,
and whose name is on the trunk, and how
much the horse cost, and whether that
nice-looking man is the girl's father, and
if that bny on the seat with the driver is
her brother, and if he has to do chores ;
and as the gay sight disappears, John
falls to thinking about the great world
beyond the farm, of cities, and people
who are always dressed up, and a great
many other things of which he bus a very
dim notion. And then a buy, whom
John knows, rides by iu a wagon with
Lis father, and the boy makes a face at
John, and John retains the greeting with
a twist of bis own risage and some sym
bolic gestures. AH these things Uke
time. It is dinner time before John fin
ishes tbe weeds, and it is cow time before
John has made much impression on the
garden. C. D. Warner, in Work and
Tb Texas cattle dieeaee Las appeared
ai WooBter, Ohio.
Tha 'Great JSedkil Dbemi? !
Sr. WALKER'S CALIFORNIA
Hundreds of Tiioatandi S
De&r irstimnT tn tit-Mr M"ondcr- 5.
c (pi Curative Effects. .
lis WHAT ARE . THEY?f'
Ofc 2 TTIET ARE XOT A VILK 3 S
i r- ai w rxntu s .
Made of Peor Ram, AVbUker, Prmmf .
' Hp1rU-B Hefwpr I.I-iartortorf.rl
and iveetene d to plrae the taste, called" Too
! Artliota," Bcttorcrw," ., that lead
the tippler om to drMkenneeM and rain, bat ara ;
a tnte !Medte4iM,Kiale from the Native Room aad -J!rb
of California, frc frmm all Alcohvlie
frlMlMRifk They are thet.KKAT BlaOOD
rHKiriERai4 L.IFB GITIM4 l'ktI?U
CI 11. E a perfect Innovator andluvlgoratorof
the Sjrtttm, carrrtnf of all potaonoM natter and
f rettortng the blood to a healthy conditio. Ko,
mxm can take these Bitten acconUof to direc
tion and remain loss nnweil.
FwrliliMMbltrr and Ckroalc Rhea.
aatiM and 4at yaapia r ladU
VMMlaa, BUiaaa Rcatlitent aad later
mttieat Ferera, Dlaraan aftae Bl
Mvrr. Kldaera, aad Bladder those Bit
Wra bare been most saeerwfal. 8arh Div-
raara are caused by Tlilated Blood, whica
Is fenerally produced by derange in eat of the
, Hadarhe, Pain to tbe Shonldera, Conxhs, Tiifbt
aess of the Chest, Dlntneas, Soar Eructations of
'as Stomaca, Bad tasto In the aloath. Bilious At
tacks, Palpitation of the Heart, IuUammattoa of
the Lanr. Pain In the reboot of the Kidneys, and
ahandred other painXoi symptoms, are the off
springs of Dyspepsia,
They Invigorate the Stomach and stimulate the
torpid Ilrer and bowels, which render them of un
equalled efficacy In cleansing the blood of all
Imparl tlr and Imparting new life and Tlgor to
the whole lytitem.
FOR KIS DIME AMES, Eruptfon,Tettcr.
Salt Rheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustules,
Itoiig, Carbuncles, Ring-Worms, Scald-ITcad, Sore
Kycs. Crystnelas, Itch, Scurfk, Dlscoloratlone of
the ftkln. Humors and Diseases of the Skin, of
wliaterer name or nature, ara literally dug up
and carried out of the system In a short time by
the use of these Bitters. One bottle In such
cases will convince titc most incredulous of their
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever you find
Us impurities banting' through the skin In Pim
ples, Eruptions or Sores ; cleanse It when yoa
And tt obstructe-) and sluggish In the veins t
cleanse It when it Is foul, and your f celiac will
t-:i yon when. Keep the blood pure and Ota
h altu of the syatem will follow.
IM V TA PE and other WORM 8, lurking in
the sytrm of F many tltonianda, are effectually
destroyed and removed. For full directions, read
carefully the circular around each bottle.
J. WALKER. Proprietor R. FT. McDONALD A
CO., DntinrlPts and Gen. Agents, San Franrisco.
Caln and S3 and SI Commerce Street, New York.
SOLD B7 ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS.
Horse aifl Catlle Powders.
I TKis pfepunition. lonsr and larorsbly
knoaa, wilt Uioruuchlr re-iiiTisorate
broken down and low-spiritrd horses,
by strengthening and cleansing the
Stomach and intestines.
It is a sure preveulireof all diseases
tncidt-nt to thin animal, aneh as LL'XCl
r e. w r. n , ssii.i iFr.t. I E.L,L. '
WATER. IlEAVKd, C4L41HS, 1IS
TKMPKR, FKVKRS, iVS K R
LfS50F APPETITE AVI) VITAL
ENERGV, Ac. Its use Improres
the wind, increaMS tbe BNtite
gires a smooth and trlof.y skin and
transforms the mierable skt-leton ;
into a One lookmK and spiritri horse.
To kmpers of Cows this rrrpara
tioa is Inralualjle. It Is a sure pre
ventive against Rinderpevt, Hollow
Iforn.etc. It has Iven irnven by
I actual experiment to Incrense the
'quantity of milk and cream twenty
'p.Tnt and make Uis buttrr firm
mid sweet. In fatten tnr cattle, it
irires them an appetite, loosens their hide, and makes
bem thrive much taster.
Iu all diws of Swine, such as Coughs, I' leers a
ine iunps, L,irer,ce.,tm article act
a a specific. Br mttin from ow-
timlf nisnr tn iiiim' in 1 nf I
swill Uie above dism-ases will Iv cradt sy,i
cat'-d or entirely preventd. If given
in time, a certain Preventive and
u far the Hog cholera.
DAVID E. FOUTZ, Proprietor,
BALTIMORE. M d .
Vm Ml 'T Pnggittt mnd Storekeeper, throubout
tb, Caited Stale, Caoaou and Sorth America
B. F. KEPSEIt k SOX. Agents. Mifflin
tow a, I'm. aug23-lj
Xew Store and Xew Goods.
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, &C.
Hah. Street, Ififflintowa.
HA VINO npend out a GROCERY AND
VROVISION STORE in the old stand
en Main Street, Mifflintown, I would respect
fully ask the attention of the public to tbe
following articles, which I will keep on hand
at all tiiues :
SUGAR, COFFEE, TEA,
' MOLASSES, RICE,
DRIED AND CANNED FRUIT,
HAM, SHOULDER, DRIED BEEF,
Confectioneries, Nuts, &c.,
11 o m Feed, Are.
All of which will be sold cheap for Cash or
Give me a call and hear
J. W. KIRK.
Mifflintown, May 2, 1871
Boot and Shoe Shop.
THE undersigned, fashionable Boot ft
and Shoemaker, hereby respectful- II
ly informs the public that he has locatedM
in the borough of Patterson, where he is pre
pared to accommodate the most fastidious in
Gents1 Fine and Coarse Boots,
CHILDRESS WEAR, AC, AC.
Also, mending done in the neatest manner
and upon the shortest notice. A liberal
share of public patronage is respectfully
solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed.
pr Shop located on the east side of Tus
carora street, one door south of Main street,
nearly opposite Laird & Bell's store.
J. W. DEAN.
Marsh 8, 187Uly
TXT'AMSTERSVILLE TIN SHOP Tneun-
dersigned has established himself in
McAlistersrille in the Tinning business.
Persons wanting anything in his line should
call before purchasing elsewhere as he is
prepared to manufacture all kinds of Tin aad
Sheet Iron Ware, and to sell as low as they
can be purchased elsewhere. His old cus
tomers and the public generally are respect
fully inrited to call, as be hopes by strict at.
tention to business to deserve a share of pat
ronage. aug 18 '69111 JACOB G. WINET:
jjj V V Iff
Si Ws? yvS;
KA l'a.RqH Stock op :
Fall, and Winter Clothing
Strayer's Clothing Store,
; How is tHe Tims to Secnfef Bargains !
OAMUEL STRAVER. bmTine purchwed of
O Li Heeht, keeps ia the new Brick Bnild
tog. Main Street, Patterson, large-and ele
gant assortment or Keady-Maue Clothing
consisting in part of .
Overcoat, Fror.k Coat,
Dress (Jtutst I'titttahmnt,
Vrttr; 'Driiicer, Vntlars,
r-. i uifcnhirti. 1andkereatert,
! ' t. i lL j.1 V ' JioottJs Shoe
And ererytliiug nsu illy found in a first cl
Gentleman's t'umisning Store.
c .J . FAJiVT'GO ODS I
Also a larze anl carefully selected assort
meat of Fane; Goods, of all classes, kinds and
qualities, all of which wnl be sold at the lo
at poaaible liing prices. . .
LaaitM' iituttrt nd Sioe. -
lie also inrites the attention of tbe ladiei
to bis fine stock of GAITERS AND SHOES.
which he will sell at prices defying compeii
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS.
lie hason hand a beautiful assortment of
Carpets. Oil Cloths. &c , which are of a good
quality, anJ well worth the inspection of the
WATCHES K JEWELRY.
Gold and Silver Watehet,
Ear ringt, I'lain and Faney ring;
Watch Keys, Ladies' and Gents' Breast Pins.
Gold Pensand Pencils, &e., which at this time
form the largest and best assortment in the
'Sa.All the above goods will be sold cheap
er than anr other store in tbe United States.
If yon don't believe it, just give him' a call
and be convinced ortbe trntn ot tbe aksertion
lie has also a large Room just opposite
his Store where he offers for sale at lo
prices a ceneral assortment of
Tables. Chairs, Sofas, Lounges, Redsteads.
Mattresses, Trunks, Carpets, Flanks, Racks,
and many other articles for house furnishing
Patterson, Msy 1, 1871.
D. W. II A R LEY K CO'S
CHEAP CLOTHING STORE.
j Xcvin's Xew Building, Bridge
I Street, Miillintown.
iTIiis way for Bar.
HA i.u remorea our uuuus to a room
in Nevin's new building, on Uridge street,
we are prepared to do a Urge business, and
bare just recti Ted a
HEW ASSORTMENT OF GOODS,
Over Coats Ures Coats, Dullness Coats,
Common Coins, Pantaloons, Vests, Hats,
Bouts and Shoes of ersry description,
style and quality, for male or female.
BOYS'' KEADV MADE CLOTIIINO
Also, Carpets White Shirts, Fancr Over
-Shirts, Under Shirts. Drawers, ilusiury,
. GIiiTes, l.inen and Taper Colara. .
Crarafs and Ties. Triiuke, Um
brellas, Travellin lings &c.
Also, the latest styles of Ladies' Cloaks, Cir
culars and Furs. . . . :
Persons in want of anvtliintr in our line wi!'.
s money by giving us a call before pur
i chining elsewhere), .is we are determined to
sell cheap for cash.
((, Don't forget. the corner. Bridge and
h. W. II A I! LEV 4 CO.
May 1. 1971.
MACHINE SHOP !
flMlE undersigned " would respectfully an
X nounce to the citizens of Juniata and
adjoining counties, that he has purchased
the Alimintown foundry and Machine Shop,
and is prepared to manufacture articles of
various descriptions, such as four and Siz
Ilorte-power Threshing Machines, also,
Eight and Ten Horse Power Machines,
being tbe most celebrated, and best adapted
to the wants of the farmer now extant, and
which I will warrant to perform all they are
recommended to do Plows of the latest and
most improved patterns, considered by all
who have used them to be superior to any
now in use in this part of the country. I
would espeeially call the attention of farmers
to tbe IKON KI.N'G PLOW, which I am man
ufacturing, with the latest .improTements for
I am also prepared to manufacture all
kind of Mill Gearings, such as Cog Gearing,
Gudgeons, Saw Mill Cranks, and Turning and
fitting up the same. I also manufacture
all kinds of
Coal, Mood, Parlor and CooJciwj Stove.
I also manufacture Hollow Ware, Waffle
Roller for tanners, ftc.
Old Metal and country produce of all kinds
taken in exchange for work.
Pemember I sell ten per cent, cheaper
than any other establishment in the country.
J. A. CRISWELL.
Feb 1C, 1870-tf.
AGENTS WANTED FOR
FROM THi FIELDS or LITERATURE. Con
taining selection from on HDSimro of the
most popu ar American and fobiigk authors,
including Adams, Bancroft, liacon, Beecher,
Dulwer, Chapin (E. H.), Carlyle, Cooper, I)e
Quincv, Everett. Emerson, Newman, Hall, J.
G. Holland, Irving, Longfellow, Parker, Phil
lips, Punshon, Robertson, Kuskin, Whately.
Webster, and others equally celebrated for
their skill ia tbe use of beautiful lauguage
and for their strong enforcement of noble
ideas. Siz hundred pages, elegant chromo
frontpiece in ten colors, and many choice en
gravings, at one half the price charg1! for
any other book of its quslity. Agents can
sell twice as many of this book as nf any
other in the market. Ladies meet with the
best of success.
- Clergymen, Teachers, and energetic young
men and ladies wantsd in every township to
act as Agents, on very liberal terms. Serd
name and address for Circular to ZIEGLER
k MeCURUY, Philadelphia, Pa., Cincinnati,
Ohio; Chicago, 111.; St. Louis, Mo.; or
Springfield, Mass. - - nov9
THE undersigned, manufacturer of Jami
son's Improved Plow, calculated for all
kinds of plowing, and in all kinds of ground,
sold cheaper than any other Plow in the
County. He manufactures ail kinds of Cast
ings, Bells, Stoves. Ac. He will also repair
reapers and threshing machines. Give me a
call, or address.
J. H. ROGERS.
Walnut P. O.
aug 18 1859 -tf " Juniata Co. Pa.
3$rrraattdi5f , &r.
-SPECIE PRICES! v
extraordinaryTequction. in ' the
LAIIID i: BELL'S
Patterson, Juniata Cq fa.
The undersigned beg leare ta tate, that
they hate purchased from J. B. M. Todd, hi
entire atoclt of goods, and will in ibe fumre
conduct the merchantile business at the Old
Stand, in the borough of Patterson, Juniata
county. Pa., where they shall endeavor to
keep constantly on hand a full and complete
assortment of -LADIES'
DRESS GOODS, CONSIST
HATS AND CAPS.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Having just returned from the city with the
above enumerated stock, of goods, all nf
which hare been purchased since the great
decline in Gold, we feel warranted in saying
that we can offer Goods at great reduced fig.
ures for CASH OR COUNTRY PRODUCE.
mar23-tf " LAIRD & BELL.
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS !
Martin & Walters'
GREA T CRA all IX PRICES !
HAVING purchased the Store of N. Frank
& Co., on Main street, in J. M. Belfora's
store room, we would respectfully inform the
public that we have just returned from the
bast with a new and carefully selected stock
of GOODS of the very best quality, eomprU
ng in part, of
EO0TS & SHOES,
n.vrs and caps,
C A R P E T S,
FURS, W000 AND WILLOW-WAKE, and in
uort every article usually kept in a well
We intend selling exclusive! for CASH, or
n exchange for COUNTRV PRODUCE. Br
so doing we will b? able to sell goods as cheap
as the cheapest. Call and examine our stock
1, HIGHEST PRICES PAID IN TRADE
FOR ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE.
MARTIN & WALTERS, j
(He Word's Storc.Itoom,) Main St., ,
Mny 1, 1871.
THE PLACE FOR BARGAINS
PNiELLS CHEAP STORE
, IN TATTERSON, PA. ;
THE lirgest and best assortment to be
found in Patterson. Thankful for the
liberal patronage heretofore received from
the public, I 'would respectfully announce
that I have just opened a very large stock of
Goods well suittdto the trade. My stock
consists of a full assortment of fine aud staple
Vll Y- GOODS,
" ! r '
Embracing all the materials for men, women
and children's wate, including Hats and Caps.
Boots and Shoes, together with a large stock
of Muslins, Sheetings Drillings, Tickings, Oil
Cloths, Mattings, Ac.
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
Such as French and English Merinoes, Pop
lins, Alpacas, De Laines, plain and figured
Shawls, Ac, and also a large stock of Not ions,
such as Gloves, Mitts, Hosiery, Embroidered
Collars and Cuffs, and a general assortment
of Dress Trimmings.
Such as Sugars, Syrups, Coffees. Tens and
Spices. Also, a large lot of Queeneware,
Hardware. Wood and Willow "tire. Fish
Salt and Nails. Together with a full assort-
! ment of Goods usually kept in a country store-
ttSiHighest price paid for country pro
dnce in exchange for goods. Prices to suit
tbe times. May 1, 1871.
WANTEDBY THE NORTII
' WESTERN MUTUAL LIFE INSUR
ANCE COMPANY organized in 1858 with
assetts of over Ten Millions ($10,000,000),
District Agents for tbe following counties :
Bucks, Montgomery, Chester, Delaware,
Lancaster, Schuylkill, Berks, Lehigh, North
ampton, Colombia, Montour, Northumber
land. Monroe, Adams. Juniata, Bradford,
and any other unoccupied territory that we
hold. - This is a rare ehance for some first
class n:en. Call on or address
PERCIVAL A STOW,
State Agents East rem' a.,
430 Walnnt St., Philada.
- SACall in person -if -possible.
AnS9, 1871-4w . . . ,
ALL persons are hereby cautioned against
Hunting, Fishing or in any way tres
passing on the lands of the undersigned, in
Black Log township. Persons so offending
will be dealt with to the full ex'ent of the
Sarah . Cornelius,
Thomas Ramler, ' '
Thomas J. Darling,
Juna 21, 1871.
J. E. Mclntire.
George Smith, Jr.,
George W. Gorton. '
Hair Vigor ,
b Jor. restoring . Cray Hair to
its natural Vitality and Color.
A dressing which
Is at once agreeable,'
healthy, and effectual
for preserving (lie
hair. Faded or gray
hair is soon restored
to its original rotor
iciA the gloss and
freshness of youth.
Thin hair ia thick
ened," falling hair checked, and bald
ness often, though not always, cured
by its use. Nothing can restore the
hair where the follicles are destroyed,
or the glands atrophied and decayed.
But such as remain can be saved for
usefulness by this application. Iufjtcad
of fouling the hair with pasty, sedi
ment, it will keep it clean and vigorous.
Its occasional use will prevent the hair
from turning gray or falling off, and
consequently prevent baldness. Frca
from those deleterious substances which
nmke some preparations dangerous and
injurious to the hair, the Vigor can
ou!y benefit hut not harm h. If wanted
merely for a "
nothing else can be found so desirable.
Couuiiuiug neither oil nor dye, it does
uot soil white cambric, and yet lasts
long ou the hair, giving it a rich glossy
liictre aud a grateful perfume.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer St Co.,
1'itAcriCAL akd Analytical Chemists,
FBICS Sl-OO- .
Sold by Druggists generally.
USE THE BEST.
Nine years before the public,
and no preparation for the hair has
ever been produced eqnal to Hall's
u Vegetable Sicilian Hair Rencwer,"
and every honest dealer will say it
gives the best satisfaction. It re
stores GRAY HAIR to its original
color, eradicatincr and preventing
dandruff taring 1i ALDXESS and
promoting the growth of the hair.
The gray and bnishy hair by a few
applications is change J to black and
, silky locks, and -wayward hair will
assume anv shrpe the wearer desires.
It is the cheapest HAIR DRESS
ING in the world, and its effects last
1 jnger, as it excites the glands to
farr.ish the nutritive principle ro
necessary to the life of the hair. It
gives the k:ur tliat splendid appear
ance so m::cii admired by all. .By its
tonic and stimulating properties it
prevents the hair from falling out,
Rnd none need bs without Nature's
orniment, a good head of hair. It is
the first real perfected remedy ever
discovered for curing diseases of the
hair, and it has never been equalled,
and we assure. the thousands who
have used it, it is kept up to its
original hih standard. Our Treatise
on the Hair nailed free; scad for it.
Sold ly all Dntjbls and Dealt rs in HciSdncs.
Price One Dollar Per Eottls.
R. P. HALL & CO., Proprietors.
IABC&&T0BT, HASEUA, V. H.
tSy"Sold b y Druggists genera ly.
jTlIE INGREDIENTS THAT
jCOMPOSR KOSADAI.IS nre
tp'il.li.-ljrd tn every jwi!i;ij::',l':i.-p-!Gre
it is nt a arc ret cji.n:uut
1 prf-cirr rrrrrmp it
It is a certain cure fur Scrofula,
cyi'Inli in all itsfurmj, Rlicuma
Umo, i-kia lXsraso, I.ivcr Com
plaint acd fcll diseases of the
c::s rcrrL2 o? scsasalis
will do n nre pnod than ten bottle
ut ilio !jyru4 of &irsap irilla.
THE UND'SCICNro PHYSICIANS
have itFc! HoS'lalis in their practira
for Jie p ist three years and cly
ciidorsa it as a reliable AlleraUva
aud Clood Purifier.
DTI. T. C. rTJOTT, of Ualtimcta.
Uil.T. J. BOVKI.V.
.DR. K. W.CARR. "
DH.F.O. DANNKLLY. '
D1L 1. S. SPARKS, ol NichoUrri'.le,
DR. J. L. McCASTHA, Cbhimbia,
DR. A. 2. NOr.L-F, EJrecomh, N. C.
J. B. FRENCH & EONS, Fill Hirer,
F. VT. SMTTTT, Jwisnn, Mirh.
A. F. WHKKl.Mt. Lima, Ohio.
B. HA1 L, I.im.t!.io.
CRA V:.N ft t O.f "r.Tnrsvnic, Va.
SAM-!- G. .VrFADSEN, .Wlrces
Cur Rjive vi!l not c!lnw of any -traded
. marl;! in xrlatiun to thf
viruirHOf .o.il.ili. To:he Me.tiCal
l'rutt' s.on m c i -.iar.-rro a Fluid F.x-traftsi'H-rirr
l rny thvy have crrr
vyr-d in Die trca nirtit f .f diM-asrd
Luoi.tl; and to thctnlirteil we aay try
Ro.a'i. and you wiil be restored
Rna.-1a)i is snl.l J y all Iu?rijtS
price gioo per b-ittlv. Address
New Tin and Stove Establishment,
Perrtfsville, Juniata, County, pa
THE undersigned has opened out a new
Tin and Store Establishment in the room
on Railroad Street, next door to the Tusca
rora Hotel, where he would be pleased to see
all who are in want of Tinware. Stoves. &c
tie will also give prompt attention to all or
ders for Roofing, Spouting and Jobbing, all
of which he guarantees to put up with the
best of material and in a workman-like man
ner. Having had over ten years experience
in the business he flatters himself that he
can give entire satisfaction to the public.
He keeps on hand tbe celebrated Kimrod
Cook 'Stove, which ia the best baker, most
economical and heaviest plated stove now in
use. He will keep on hand tha Oriental
Heateis, and a general assortment of tha beat
Stoves manufaetorad. JOHN DCS BAR.
Beef! Veal! Button !
?. ivj:i;i i
Till undersigned hereby informs tbe pub
lic that he still continues to carry on the
Butchering Business in Mifflintown. and will
hereafter supply the eitlrens of Mifflin and
Patterson with ' ' -' "' " '"
, CHOICE BEEP u -
every TUESDAY and SATURDAY mornings,
and with !
Veal nu Iut ton
every THURSDAY morning. His wagon will
go tha rounds of both towns om tha mornings
mentioned. Aa he is tbe only butcher in this
vicinity whs -ntinued in business during
the past winter, for tbe accommodation of the
public, he feels that he is entitled to more
than an ordinary share of patronage through
out the summer season.
April 12, 1871. : -
fpiIE undersigned hereby respectfully in
JL forms the citizens of Mifflintown and
Patterson that his wagon will visit each o
these towns on TUESDAY, THURSDAY and
SATURDAY1 mornings of each week, when
they can be supplied with
' Veal, Mutton,
Xi it, A: c-,
during the summer season, and also PORK
and SAUSAGE in season. I purpose fur
nishing Beef every Tuesday and Saturday
morning, and Vent and Mutton every Thurs
day morning. Give mi your patronage, and
will guarantee to sell as good meat as the
country can produce, and as cheap as any
other butcher in the eonnty.
. . SOLOMON SIEBER.
June 14, 1871.
FKESH BEEF VEAL, &C.
THE undersigned would respectfully an
nounce lo the public that be has com
menced the Butchering llaisiness. and that his
wapon will visit Mitiiintown and Mexico on
TUESDAY and SATURDAY mornings of
eacn week when they can have an opportu
nity oT purchasing
cheaper than from any other wagon. He
only asks the eitiiens to give him a trial lo
satisfy them that he sells cheaper and better
meat than any other butcher in the county.
April 5. ISTl-tf
JTotice to Trespassers.
a'MIE umlersigned. residents of Delaware
and Greenwood townships, hereby cau
tion all persons against trespassing on their
respective properties for the purpose of grin
ning, fishing, or culling timber. All persons
violating this notice will be dealt with ac
cording lo liw.
J Spe.ikinau, William Keech, .
M. ('. Karra, .ae Ferguson,
Mark J. Mc'iaw. Josrpb Nipple.
Humphrey & McQuirii', David Cargill,
John M. I.itndis, '
Jobn K. Fergiisun,
John T. Dimm,
Joseph J. Castles,
George T. Frev,
Kurns M. Ford"
J Thomas P Dimm,
John S. t'urgill.
' Jeremiah Rruner,
I John M. Hibbs,
j Isaac Crus.-on,
Patsntio Irrfrt JT, tTC.
GOLDEN FOUNTAIN PEN.
Kpsfnbl.'s rrawl,t. AfnMar,x4r- w?-u htt?
Vl it o he in he., attest:- mtr -tu-i U tawt
, ! 'IU weaar ttvatc-si
lr' l-f- IVK-a.
nil I l-M.V H ut. i-. ttf-i f-r 1 1,--.
if weti.h. i'-.srtl mffMIl r
, i 1-1)1-.
tl pt ..-
Wr.:Tr.? Pr:r.i.:,!:iNr. Co.
M.Hif::rorers' Aeiit. rutvtj-.trjrW, T.
! - max. The er.-ml i,pnlHfi rthtm .
-r Hi ri;:ilT- . It.i- ...ilr U.. jr..,-.!. .
flr aTv ...' T.wa. CnMtr. auit
9: mi, plnltt.r S.rllt. auU ardcr alia at arU.1
j Manhood: Hew Lost, How Restored
I ft WtX P'll'I'slied, a new edition of
) fjZ.m,f l'r- Caifer rail's Celebrated Ensay
, itftmnaAr on the radical cure ( as it hour niedi-
cinv) pkrmatorshiEA. or Souiiiial Weak
' tics. Involuntary Semi mil Losses, Ixpotex
. i t, Meiits; and l'hyicul Incapacity, ImpeJi
, nients to Mairi.ige, etc , aNo. Coxschi-tioh,
i.i-ii.Ei-iir. ana pits, inaiicea by self-indulgence
or sexual extravagance
t,Price, in sealed euvelope. only 5 ets.
The celebrated author, in ibis admirable
essay, clearly demonstrates from a thirty
years' successful practice, lhat the alarming
consequences of self abuse m ay be radically
cured without the dangerous ne of internal
medicine or the application of the knife;
pointing out a mode of cure at once simple,
certain and effectual, by means of which
every eullcrer, no matter whst his condition
may be, may sure himself cheaply, privately,
ofevyTmVnClbH.8ndUlJ b' 3u the I
Sent, onder seal, in a plain envelope, te
any aauress, postpaid, on receipt of six cents.
or two post stamps. Also, Dr. Culverwell's
"Alarriage Guide," price 25 cents. ,ddres.
Cuas. J. C. Klue & Co..
127 Bowery. Xew York, Post -Office Box 4,58G.
Aug 81. '70-ly
Y(nng Men's Christian Association,
Office. 123 South 7th St., Philadelphia,
Between Chestnut Walnut.
If you wish to hire Inbor of any kind,
write and tell ns just the help you want.
The wages you will pay. The best, and
cheapest way to reach your place, and if far
from Philadelphia, you had better enclose
Railroad fare. We will do our best to serve
you and give you all the information we can
about the person we send. Our desire is tc
assist the worthy, and no charges to either
Sup't Emplovment Bureau,
123 South 7th Street, Philada.
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT
FAMILIES AD DEALERS.
F. C. CRAIGHEAD.
IF YOU WANT NEAT
SALE BILLS, POSTERS & BLANKS,
CALL AT THE SENTINEL OFFICE
i OF THE 5' AGE!
w ..''-- -
BEAR At UAMAKER, Proprietors.
TATE CAPITOL HOTEL, near the Cap
je,Tcras aa moderate as any Hotel in the
W.il. G.THOMPSON, Proprietor.
WHITE II0RSE H0TEU
816 t 318 NORTH TIIIRD STREET, ,
ur.O. ZEILLEY, Proprietor.
Good accommodations for all who may favor
him with a call.'
First Class Livery and Sale Stable,
HOLDIXO 60 H0KSCS, ATTACHED TO HOTEL.
MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA CO., PA.
SHOX It. ALBRIGHT, Proprietor.
Rooms large and comfot table the Table
supplied with tbe bet the market affords
Siabling large and excellent Bar constantly
supplied with the choicest wines and liquor
no pains will be spared lo please guests
Charges moderate. A liberal share of public
patronage is solicited. mayl7, '71
Opposite the Depot,
Tbe "Leonard House" has recently been
refitted aad otherwise greatly improved, and
is now under tbe proprietorship of D. John
ston k Son. formerly of the "Merchant's Ho
tel'' in Pittsburg. Persona visiting Clear
field on business or pleasure will find this a
convenient and pleasant place to stop
mayl I, '70 ly
UNITED STATES HOTEL.
OPPOSITE PA R. R. DFpYT,
EMM ING KR & CO., rROPRir.Tt.Rs.
Telegraph Office in Hotel,
aug IS. :80-y.
REEDSVILLE, MIFFLIN CO., PA.
DAVID I. RICK. Proprietor.
The undersigned respectfully calls tbe at
tention of the public to tbe fact that he has
leasrd Ibe hotel property ii Reedsville, for
merly occupied by Aaron Shoop, and is pre
pared lo accommodate strangers and travel
ers. He will spare no means to wiaka the
Hotel unexceptionable in every particular.
lie will exercise a personal supervision over
bU lixr. Table and Stable. He respectfully
solicits a share of the patronage of Ibe public.
DAVID I. RICE.
Reedsville. April 10, 1871.
THIS IIOTr.r. IS PI.F.A8ANTI.T SITUATED
ON THE SOUTH SinK OF
A FEW POORS AMOVE T1IIKD.
ITS CENTRAL LOCALITY
M ikes it parlicnUrly desirable to peroons
visiting ibe City on buKiness or pleasure.
A. KECK, Proprietor,
Formerly of the Slates fni'un Hvttl.
sue; 18. K63-ly.
COAL AND LUMBER YARD.
TUB undersigned begs leave to inform the
public that he keeps constantly on hand
a large stock of
!! 1 finl Lmnlx'r.
His stock embraces in part,
STOVE COAL. SMITH COAL, AND LIME
At tie Lowest Cask Kales.
Lumber of all kinds and quality, such aS
TVh te Pine Plank, 2 inches thick.
White Pine Boards, 1J inches thick,
White Pine Boards, I inch thick.
While Tin Boards inch thick.
White Pine Worked Flooring,
Hemlork Boards, Scantling,
Joists, Roofing Lain, Plastering
I.ath. Shingles, Stripping,
Sah and Doors.
Coal and Lamber Dcliverrd at Short
Jt" Persons on the east side of the rirer
can be furnished with Limhnrner's Coal. ke..
from the Coal-yard at the Lock above Mifflin.
Patterson, June H, '71.
Birdsell Combined Clover Thresher
THIS MACHISE THRESHES, SF.PA
kates. Hulls and Cleans Clover Seed at
one operation ; capacity ranging from 20 ii
o) Imslel per day, according lo yild of
seed. After the trover is fed into the Thresh
ing Cylinder, the seed contained therein is.
deposited into a bag or measure at the side
of the Machine.
ITo Eshandling of Chaff cr Tailings.
An elevator conveys the unbailed chatf
back to the HCLLER HOPPER, and an ex
tra Elevator conveys the light seed, 4e , back
to the Fanning Mill.
3000 dow la a.se throughout tbe United
States and I'anadas.
Awarded II rat Preailaai at 75 State Fair
since 1 .
Send for "Cloveb LE.tr" and Colored En
graving, which give complete description.
Bibmell MA.trrACTcai.xo Co ,
Home Factory, South Bend, Ind.
An Agent wanted in Juniata county.
Aug. 80, 1871-3m
tOAL. Lumber, Fish. Salt,
and all kinds
v of M
Merchandise for sale. 1,'hestnut Oak
Bark, Railroad Ties, all kinds of Grain and
Seeds bought at the highest market prices in
cash or exchanged for merchandise, coal,
lumber, &c, to suit customers. I am pre
pared to furnish to builders b ilia of lumtwr
just as wanted and on short notice, of ei'her
oak or yellow pine lumber.
Jan4 Port Royal, Juniata Co., Pa. '
A Large assortment of Queensware, China
ware. Glassware, Crockery ware, Cedar
ware, &c, for sale cheap by
MARTIN k WALTERS.
A UL KINDS OF BLANK WORK. Ac. done
JTl. at this
Office in tbe neatest manner and-
PLAIN and Fancy Job Printing neatly exe
cuted at this Office.