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FARM AND HOUSEHOLD
In passing through the country, why
i it that we see ouley a. few farmers that
teem to be well fenced, and on which the
dwellings and other farm buildings are in
good repair? These few farmes are
always ree from weeds, aud iuvariablw
j eld good crops of all kinds. The
owner of these promises attend to their
business of farming.
They get their !
crops in at the proper season, and harvest
them when they are properly matured
Their cash account is always in their
favor, the balance being on the right side
They have no time to waste at the taverns
or groceries. If they have spare time,
it is devoted to reading and self culture.
They always subscribe, and pay for their
local paper first, and others are not dis
carded. They and their families are well
inforu ed upon the current topics of the
dy. Their children are educated, well j
clad, and well bred. These man are the i
substantial aud iuflueutiul nieu of the
town. They keep it respectable. They
support tlie schools aud the churches.
i'hese are the men to whom the country
ever looks in time of need. They always
have opinions on the subjects, and their
views are never in market. Ever open to
conviction, never to corruption, they
may sorm-timi-s be a littlo exclusive, put
they are ever ready to assi.-d their less
favored neighbors to rise to the same
plain upon which tbey stand. They are j
reserved but true, cautious but sure,
aim tney constitute tueuope ana me satety j
if our republic.
GET LEATHER BITS.
One of the cru le.-t things done to dnmb
heautt is putting hard frozen iron bits
into a horse's mouth. It is not ouly a
painful but a dangerous act For every
t me living flesh touches mental much the readers of this paper SHOUI.P
below the freezing point, the latter extra
els the heat from the former and freezes i KOT fail TO
it. Thus a horse's month pecou.es frozen j CALL AT TE gEXTIXEL OFFICE
by these bits, for several times a day put j
into it each time causing the freezing to j wiie.v
go deeper, to end at htft in extensive ul-!
cerations With such a sore mouth the J
poor horse refuses to eat aud pines away :
which calls the horse-doctor in. They
call it bots, glanders, horse ail, ect., and !
go to cramming down poisonous drugs, in
loses; and the next yo know of the poor
abused creature, he is to be trotted off to ,
be food for fish or crows Many a val
uable horse has been "mysteriously" lost
in just that way. Thinking aud humane ;
people avoid this by first warming the
bits' but this is too much trouble, and
Fometimes impossible, as in night work,
like staging and physician's work. Now '
all this touble, is entirely avoided, as we
have found on large trial, by gettiug the ;
harness makers to get leather bits for:.
winter use, so made that no metal sub
stance can touch the flesh. They are
durable and cost only half a dollar. We
would not exchange ours for a gold one
if it couM't be replaced. Don.t fail to
try it. Rural World.
TO KEEP CELLARS EI10X FREEZING.
The following method for obtaining
the desirable feature is given by the S'
tnVfiC American. The experiment was operation ; cnp.icity ranging from 20 to
... , i ,')) bus! els per day, aocording to yield of
tried by a gentleman with the cellar of setJ Afierihe flov,r isfed into the Threih
nn out house, in which, on several OC- ' i"P Cylinder, the seed contained therein is
casions, vegetable have frozen, although M b"S " '"' " 'h
the cellar was fortified against frost by a jja Chaff OT Tailings,
process kuowu to farmers as bauking. j A elevator conveys the unbulU-d chaff
Tbe walls and celling were pasted over !bllck to the I1ULLKK IlolTEIt, and an ex-
with four or five thickness of old news
papers, a curtain of the material being! 2000 now In use throughout tbe United
also pasted over the same low windows States n1 Canada.
! awarded flrst Premium at 75 State Fairs
on the top of the cellar. The papers Pjnce inv;.
were pasted to the bare joists over the i Sen,J for "Clovkr Lfaf" and Colored En
, , i , . , craving, which give complete description,
head having an air space between them ,,
and the iloor. Ho reports that the pa-!
pers carried his roof through last winter, ;
though the cellar was left nnbauked, and 1
he is confident they have made the eel-
I.ir frost proof. We do not counsel the :
use coarse brown paper. Whatever yper 1
is employed, it will be necessary to
sweep down the walls thoioughly, and to
use a very strong size to hold the stones.
It is not iiccedsary to press the paper
down into all the depressions of the wall; j
every airspace beneath it is an additional j
defense against the cold. " !
JlI)(;E L nirayette, Indiana, i
not ouly dispenseth Justice with wita an !
even hand, but at times indulged, in the !
jocose. During the progress of a cer- j
t.iin trial involving tlio riwnoralim .f I
calf, it became of importance that the j
jury, in order to arrive at a just conclu- j
eion, should be sent tt view for them-!
selves the chattel in dispute. The plain-1
tiff, who had the animal in charge, lived!
some two miles from the courthouse, and j
one of the elderly jurymen demurred to ',
the idea of it being sent for. The judge, in :
his usual, full voice, replied : Gentlemen,
I anticipated this objection, and had the
calf brought to the conrtyard. I thought
it less trouble to bring in one calf than
!o send ont ticclce.
The jury emerged into the open air,
and iu the presence of the calf deliberated.
A Wisconsin man was taken danger
onrly sick, lie eent for his wife to come
t once and take care of him. Now the
wife's mother was sit-k, too, and she sent
(Lis despatch to her languishing husband :
' .Dear Tim, mother ts sick ; 1 cau t
leave her. Do the best you can. If yon
die, send your body home."
Mr. Solomon Seagrovcs, an old citizen
cf Chambers county, Alabama, died last
wrtk. At tbe time of bis death he was
107 years of age, and leaves a wife to
mourn bis loss who is now more than 100
years of age. The were probably the
eldest married couple in alabama. 1
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How to Write How to Talk How to
Behave, and How to do Business.
cobflktb nt (iKiuiei voLraa. .
This work in four parts embraces just
that practical matter-of-fact information
which evory one old and yeung ought to
have. Il will aid in attaining if it does not
insure, " success." It contains some 600
pages, elegantly bound, and is divided into
HOW TO WRITE.
As a Manual of Letter-Writing and Com
position, it is fur superior to the common
"Letter-Writers." It teaches the inexpe
rienced Low to write all kinds of Letters,
Notes and Cards, and Newspaper Articles,
and bow to Correct Proof for the Press.
HOW TO TALK.
.No other Book contains so much useful in
struction on the subject as this. It teaches
how to speak correctly, clearly, fluently, for-
eMJ: eloquently and effectively in the shop
land in the drawing room. A Chairman t
J RUide. The chapter on Errors Corrected"
is wo"h tbe r of "e volume to every
HOW TO BEHAVE
This is a Manual of Etiquette, and It is be
lieved to be the best " Manners Book" ever
written. It is a standard work on Qood Be
havior. how to no m sivess.
Indispensable in the Counting room, in Hie
Store, in tbe Shop, on the Farm, for the
Clerk, the Apprentice, the Book Agent, and
for Business Men. It teaches how to choose
a pursuit, and bow to follow it with success.
,'It teaches bow to get rich honestly," and
how to use your riches wisely.
We offer the book at the following
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? )ie, hJ mHi1,
5 Copies by express.
io Copies by expres
15 Copies by express, 520.35
20 Copies or more by express at $1.85 per
copy and an extra copy to the Agent.
All orders shoufd be addressed to
S. R. WELLS. Publisher.
38'J Broadway. N. Y.
Nov. 15, 1871-2m
J O 1! W O K K
THEY HAVE JOB WORK TO DO
WE ARE rR EPA RED TO
E X KCUTE ALL ORDERS
S BILI'S, 1'LANKS, ic , &C,
AT SHORT NOTICE,
AN D AT MUCH LOWER TERMS
TO THK CITIZKXS OF
N I A T A CO U N T Y .
Bird sell Combined Clover Thresher
riMMS MACHINE THRESHES, SF.PA
X. rtks, Hulls and Cleans Clover Seed fit
1 tra Elevator conveys the light seed, &c , back
to tbe Fanning Mill
Home Factory, South Bend, Ind.
t An Agent wanted in Juniata county.
Aug 30, l.s71-3in
Runt & Varmsh,
WHITE LEAD, RED LEAD,
COLORED FAINTS IN OIL
BURNT UMBER, RAW UMBER,
CHROME GREEN, PARIS GREEN,
CHBMSB YELLOW, IE0P BLACK,
Pr(lS$iail BlllC, Lam) Black',
P"in' B'",ll" r"'W
f HITEWASH BRUSHES. SASH BRUSHES
Whitin aaJ RS'm ly U'e B"reI'
SoapS, Japan Dn er, WhitC VaiTlish
Caicimtrated Lye, Babbitt's Potash,
lutt,v ntitl OIjihs.
The above goods, with a large variety of
DRUGS and PATENT MEDICINES, always
en nan'l ,ne
PATTERSON DRUG STORE.
$5? Glass cut to any size desired.
Dr. P. C. RUNDIO.
July 12, 18TI-tf
Rally to the Place where you can buy
your Wall Paper Cheap.
THE undersigned takes this method of in
forming the public that he bus just re
ceived at bis residence on Third Street, Mif
flintown, a large assortment of
of various styles, which he offers for sale
CHEATER than can be purchased elsewhere
in the county. AU persons in need of the
above article, and wishing :o save money, are
invited to call and examine his stock and
hear his prices before going elsewhere.
S?, Large supply constantly on hand.
Mifflintown, April , 1871 -If
A Large assortment of Queensware, China
ware, Glassware, Crockery war, Cedar,
ware, &e., far sale cheap by
MARTIN & WALTERS.
SPECIE PRICES! s
EXTRAORDINARY REDUCTION IN THE
TR1CEE OF GOODS . .
LAIRD I BELL'S
Patterson, Juniata Co.. Pa.
The undersigned beg leave to state, that
they have purchased from J. B. M. Todd, his
entire stock of goods, and will in the future
conduct the nierchantile business at tbe Old
Stand, in the borough of Patterson, Juniata
county, Pa., where they shall endeavor to
keep constantly on band a full and complete
LADIES' DRESS GOODS, CONSIST
I1AT3 AND CArS.
ROOTS AND SHOES,
Having just returned from the city with the
above enumerated stock of goods, all of
which have been purchased since the great
deciine in Gold, we feel warranted in saying
mat we can otter tioocls at greatlv reduced fig
ures for CASH OR COUNTRY PRODUCE.
mar23-tf LAIRD & BELL.
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
Martin & Walters
GREA T CRA HII IN PRICES !
HAVING purchased the Store of N. Frank
& Co., on Main s'reet, in J. M.Belfora's
store room, we would respectfully inform the
puniic iniki we nave just returnea irom me
East with a new and carefully selected stock
of GOODS of the very best quality, compris
ing in part, of
! DRY GOODS,
KOOTS & SHOES,
II ATS AND CAPS,
C A II P E T S,
FURS, WOOD AND WILLOW.WAKE, and in
short every article usually kept in a well
We intend selling exclusively for CASH, or
ineiclmnge for COUNTRY HtODl'CE. By
so doing we will be able to sell goods as cheap
as the cheapest . Call and ex&u.ine our stock
tm. HIGHEST PRICES PAID IN TRADE
FOR ALL KINDS OFCOUNTRV PRODUCE.
MARTIN & WALTERS,
(lU'irurtTsStore.Room,) Main St.,
May 1, 1871.
THE PLACE FOR BARGAINS
PENNELL'S CHEAP STORE
IN PATTERSON, TA.
'IIIE lirgest and best assortment to be
X found in Patterson. Thankful for the
liberal patronage heretofore received from
lle public, I would respectfully announce
that 1 have just opened a very large stock of
Goods well suittdto the trade. My stock
consists of a full assortment of fine and staple
1TmKrrinfr 11 Ihn mntriHla fn mn nmnn
' and children's waie, including llatsand Caps.
Iioots and Shoes, together with a large stock
of Muslins,. Sheetings Drillings, Tickings, Oil
Cloths, Mattings, ic.
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
Sncb as French and Knglish Merinoes, Top.
litis. Alpacas, De Lsioes, pla'n and figured
Shawls, Ac. .and also a large stock of Notions,
such as Gloves. Milts, Hosiery, Embroidered
Collars and Cufls, and a general assortment
of Dress Trimmings.
G HOC E li I E S,
j Such as Sugars, Syrups, Coffees. Teas and
I Spices. Also, a large lot of Queensware,
Hardware. Wood and Willow Ware. Fish
I Salt and Kails. Together with a full assort
ment of Goods usually kept in a country store
BSuHigbest price paid for country pro
duce in exchange for goods. Prices to suit
the times May I, 1871.
New Tin and Store Establishment,
Pcrrysville, Juniata Conn'y, Pa
f"HHK undersigned has opened nut a new
JL Tin and Stove Establishment in tbe 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, &e.
He will also give prompt attention to all or
ders for Hooting. Spouting and Jobbing, all
of which he guarantees to put up with tbe
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 Nimrod
Cook Stove, which is the best baker, most
economical and heaviest plated stove now in
use. lie will keep on hand the Oriental
Heateis. and a general assortment of the best
Stove manufactured. JOHN DCNBAR.
THK OLD SSTABLISHID FIRM,
J. J. RICHARDSON & CQ.
126 Maikit Stsext, Phiixd'a .
is the largest Manufacturing t'onfecti: iers
and Wholesale Dealers i Fri.',
MV., . St im UiH U"
PLAIN and Fancy Job Printing neatly exe
cuted at this Office.
LARGE STOCK OF
Fall and Winter Clothing
Strayer's Clothing Store,
IN PATTERSON !
Now is the time to Secure Bargains !
SAMUEL STRATEB, having pnrchaed of
Levi Uecht. keens in the new Brick Build
ing, Main Street, Patterson, a large and ele
gant assortment of Ready-Made Clothing
consisting in part of
Overcoats, Frock Coats,
Dress Coats, Pantaloons,
Vests, Drawers, Collars,
Boots & Shoes
Anil varvt1iiniv nan illv fnliml in a first class
Gentleman's Furnisning Store.
Also a large and carefully selected assort
ment of Fancy Goods, of all classes, kinds and
qualities, all of which will be sold at the low
est poible living prices.
Lmaiu' Gaiters and Shves.
Fie also invites the attention of the ladies
to his fine stock of GAITERS AND SHOES,
which he will sell at prices defying competi
CARPETS, OIL CLOTI1S.
He bason hand a beautiful assortment ol
Carpets, Oil Cloths, &c , which are of a good
quality, and well worth the inspection of the
WATCHES & JEWELRY.
Gold and Silver Watches,
Ear rings, Plain and Fancy ringz,
Watch Keys, Ladies' and Gents' Breast Pins,
Gold Pensand Pencils, &e., which at this tiiae
form the largest and best assortment in the
BQuAU the above goods will be sold cheap
er than any other store in the United states.
If you don't believe it, just give him a call
and be convinced of the truth of the assertion
TT haa alan a InrirA Room lust OPDOSite
his Store where he offers for sale at low
prices a general assortment of
Tables, Chairs, Sofas, Lounges, Bedsteads.
Mattresses. Trunks, Carpets, Stanks, Racks,
and many other articles for house furnishing
ratterson.May 1, 1871.
D. IT. UARLEY K CO'S
CI1EAP CLOTHING STORE.
Xcvin's New Building, .Bridge
This way for Bar-
HAVING removed our GOODS to a room
in Nevin's new building, on Bridge street,
we are prepared to do a large business, and
have just received a
NEW ASSORTMENT OF GOODS,
Over Coats Dress Coats, Business Coals,
Common Coats, Pantaloons, Vests, Hats,
Hoots and Shoes of evjry 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 Taper Colars.
Cravats and Ties, Trunks, Um
brellas, Travelling Bags &e.
Also, the latest styles of Ladies' Cloaks, Cir
culars and Furs.
Persons in want of anything in our line wil'
save money by giving us a call before pur
chasing elsewhere, as we are determined to
sell cheap for cash.
Don't forget the corner. Bridge and
D. W. HA RLE I & CO.
May 1. 1R71.
The American Washer Saves lionoy,
Time and Drudgery.
The Fatigue of Washing Day no longer dread
ed, but Economy, Efficiency, and Clean
In calling public attention to this little
macbine, a few of the invaluable qualities,
(not possessed by any other washing machine
yet invented,) are here enumerated :
It is the smallest, most compact, most port
able, most simple in construction, most easily
operated. A child, ten years old, with a few
hours' practice, can thoroughly comprehend
and effectually use it. There is no adj a st
ing, no screws to annow, no delay in adapt
ing ! It is always ready for use! It is a
perfect little wonder! It is a miniature
giant, doing more work and of a better qual
ity, than the most elaborate and costly. One
half of the labor is fully saved by its use,
and the clothes will last one-half longer than
by the o'.d plan of the rub board. It will
wash the largest blanket. Three shirts at a
time, washed thoroughly ! In a word, the
ablution of any fabric, from a Quilt to a
Lace Curtain or Cambric Handkerchief, are
equally within the capacity of this LITTLE
GEM! It can be fastened to any tub .and
taken off at will.
No matter how deep rooted a prejudice may
exist against Washing Machine', the moment
this little machine is seen to perform its won
eers, all doubts of its cleansing efficacy and
utility are banished, and the doubter and
detractor at once become the fast friends of
We bare testimonials wilheut end, setting
forth its numerous advantages overall others,
and from hundreds who have thrown aside
the unwieluy, useless machines, which have
signally failed to accomplish the object prom
iscd in prominent and loud sounding adver
tisements. It is as perfect for washing as a wringer is
The price, another paramount inducement
to purchasers, has been placed so low, that it
is within the reach of every housekeeper,
and there is no article of domestic economy
that will repay the small investment so soon.
All that is asked for this GREAT LABOR
SAVER, is a fair trial. We guarantee each
machine to do its work perfectly.
Sole Agents for the United States,
A. H. FRANCISCUS & CO.,
513 Market St., Philad'a, Pa. '
The largest and cheapest Wooden Ware
house in the United States.
COAL, Lumber, Fish, 8alt, and all kinds
of Merchandise for sale. Chestnut Oak
Bark, Railroad Ties, all kinds of Grain and
Seeds bought at the highest market prices ia
cash or exchanged for merchandise, coal,
lumber, &e.f to suit customers. I am pre
pared to furnish to builders bills of lumber
just as wanted and on short notice, of either
oak or yellow pine lumber.
Janl Port Royal, Juniata Co., Pa. '
:; USE THE BEST.
Nine years before the Tjublic,
and no preparation for the hair has
ever been produced equal to Hall'
" Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer,"
and every honest dealer will say it
gives the best satisfaction. It re
stores GRAY HAIR to its original
color, eradicating and preventing
dandruff; caring BALDNESS and
promoting the growth of the hair.
The gray and brashy hair by a few
applications is changed to black and
silky locks, and wayward hair will
assume any shape the wearer desires.
It is the cheapest HAIR DRESS
ING in the world, and its effects last
longer, as it excites the glands to
furnish the nutritive principle 60
necessary to the life of the hair. It
gives the hair that splendid appear
ance so much admired by all. By its
tonic and stimulating properties it
prevents the hair from fulling out,
and none need be without Nature's
ornament, 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 high Btandard. Our Treatise
on the Hair mailed free; send for it.
Sold fry aU Druggists and Dealers in Medicines.
Price One Collar Far Bottle.
R. P. HALL & CO., Proprietors.
LAB0BAT0ST, lASHUA, V. H.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
purpose of a laxative)
Perhaps no one medi
cine is so universally re
qnired by everybody as
a cathartic, nor was ever
any before so universal
ly adopted into use, ia
every country and oinone
all classes, as this mild
but efficient purgaUve
fill. The obvious rea
son is, that it is a more re
liable and far more effec
tual remedy than any
other. Those who hare
tried it, know that it enred them : tliose who have
not, know that it cures their neighbors and friends,
ami all know that what it does once it does always
that it never foils through any fault or neglo tof
its composition. We have thousands upon thou
ands of certilicatcs of their remarkable cures of tlie
loltowin? complaint.., but snch cures are known in
every neighborhood, and we need not publish tneni.
Adapted to all ajres and conditions in all climates ;
containing neither calomel or any deleterious drug,
Uiey inav be taken with safity by anybody. Their
stifrur coating preserves them ever fresh anil makes
theiu pleasant to take, while beinit purely vegetable
no harm can arise from their uae in any quantity.
Thev operate ,y their powerful influence on the
internal viscera to purify the blood and stimulate it
into healthy action remove the obstructions of the
stomach, bowel, liver, and other orpins of the
body, restoring their irregular action to health, and
by correcting, wherever they exist, such derange
ments as are the rst origin of disease.
Minute direction are given in the wrapper on
the box, for the following complainU, which these
I'M rapidly cure:
For lvaMFli or Swflig-ratloB, X.IMle
ni, LsscMr and 1m at Appetite, they
should be taken moderately to stimulate the stom
ach and restore its healUiy tone and action.
For E.lver CnmpUfal and its various svmn.
toms, nilioiM lleisilacltr. stick SSeiuiaclMt,
Jawadlre or tinra Michana, BIIIob
C'sllc and fllllowa Fever, they should be ju
diciously taken for each case, to correct the diseased
action or remove the obstrucUons which cause it.
For Iyentery or niarrkeeak, but one mild
dose is generallv required.
For Sthenmatlam, ravel. Ialpt.
VNf mt f ne Heart, Pala la the ta.
Hack and Molaa, they should be continuously
taken, as required, to change the diseased action of
the system. Witn tuch change those complaints
For Draper and Irropaleal MweMlaa-e they
should be taken ia large aud frequent dose to pro
duce the effect of a drastic purge.
For Happre ! a large dose should be token
as it produces the desired effect bv sympathy.
As a Dinner PHI, take one or two Jiito to pro
mote digestion and relieve the stomach.
An occasional dose stimulates the stomach and
bowels into healthy action, restores the appetite,
and invigorates the system. Hence it is often ad
vantageous where no 'serious deronrement exists.
One who feels tolerably well, often finds that a dose
of these ,! makes him feel decidedly better, from
their cleansing and renovating effect on the diges
ZJC. J. C. ATEK CO., RracHcml CHemi
XOtTELL. HASS., V. 8. A.
The ingrediets that
COMPOSE ROSAOALIS are
published on every package, there-
Ifore it is not a secret preparation,
PHYSICIASS PRESCRIBE IT
It is a certain cure for Scrofula,
Syphilis in all its forms. Rheuma
tism, Skin Diseases, Liver Com
plaint and all diseases of the
0X2 E0TTL3 C? S3SASAIIS
will do more rood than ten bolt lea
of the Syrups of Sarsaparilla.
THE UNDERSIGNED PHYSICIANS
have used Rosadalis in their practice
for Jie past three years and freely
endorse it as a reliable Alterative
and Blood Puriaer.
DR. T. C. PUCH, of Baltimore.
DR.T. J. BOYKI.V. "
rR.R. W.CARR. "
DR. F. O. DAN NELLY. "
DR. J. S. SPARKS, of NicholarrilU,
DR. .'h. McCARTHA, Columbia.
DR. A. B. NOBLES, Edgecomb, N. C.
USED AUD ESD0SSED BI
J. B. FRENCH & SONS, Fall River,
F. W. SMITH, Jackson, Mich.
A. r. w mm.lks, Luna, unto.
B. HALL. Lima. Ohio.
CRAVEN & CO., Gnrdonsville, Va.
SAM'L. G. McFACDEN, Mttrtnes-
Our spare will not allow of anv ex
tended remarks in relation to the
virtuesof Kosaualis. Tothe Medical
Profession we guarantee a Fluid Ex-
tract superior to any thpy have ever
used in tlie treatment of diseased
Blood: and to tbe afflicted we sav trv
Rosadalis, and you will be restored
Rosadalis is sold bv all Drazrista
price $l-5 per battle. Address
US, CLEliXXTS CO.
" Majtvf actvring Cktmittt,
Young Men's Christian Association,
Office. 123 South 7th St., Philadelphia,
Between Chestnut k Walnut.
If you wish to hire labor of any Vind,
write and tell us 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 cn
about the person we send. Our desire is tc
assist the worthy, and no charges to either
Sup't Employment Bureau,
123 South 7ih Street, Philada.
IF YOU WANT NEAT
SALE HILLS, POSTERS & BLANKS,
CALL AT THE SENTINEL OFFICE
Tar aU tbe
LEWI3T0W5, FEffl A.
BEAR St alAXAKER, Proprietors.
TATE CAPITOL HOTEL, near the Cap
tol Buildings. - - ' -,
lL.Terms as moderate as any Ilotel in the
Wtf. fl. THOMPSON. Proprietor
WHITE HORSE HOTEL,
SIC t 318 N0RTI1 THIRD STREET,
GEO. ZEILLEY, Proprietor.
Qood accommodations for all who may favor
him with a call.
First-Class Livery aadl Sale Stable,
' aoLDiao 60 hobsks, attacuib to hotil. .
MIFFLISTOWX, JUNIATA CO., 1A.
SIMON B. ALBRIGHT, Proprietor.
Rooms large anil comfoi table the Table
supplied with (he best tbe market affords
Stabling large and excellent Bar constantly
supplied with the choicest wines and liquors
no pains will be spared to please guests.
Charges moderate. A liberal share of public
patronage is solicited. roaylT, '71
D. JOHKSTOJr & SONS, Proprietors.
The "Brookerhoff Hoo-e" has recently been
refitted and otherwise greatly improved, and
is now under the proprietorship of D. John
ston & Sons, formerly of the '-Leonard House"
in Oicarfield Persons visiting liellefonte on
business or pleasure will find this a conve
nient and pleasant place to stop. Fret Hun
to and from the llepot.
Nov 1, 1871.
UNITED STATES HOTEL,
OrrOSITE TA R. R. PEr-oT,
EMM ING ER A CO., Pitoritir.Tons.
Telegraph Office iu Hotel,
nug IS, !8fi'J-y.
REEDSVILLE, MIFFLIN' CO., PA.
DAVII I. KICK, rro?r:e.or.
The mulesigned respectfully culls the at
tention of tbe public to the fuel that he has
leasrd the hotel property ii ltecusviile, for
merly occupied by Aaron Shop, and is pre
pared to accomniod ite strangers and travel.
rs. lie will spare no piesns to aiake ihe
Ilotel unexceptionable in every particular.
He will exercise a personal supervision over
his Ear, Table and Si table. II respectfully
solicits a share of thepatronsire of tb ptiMir.
DAVID I. U1CE.
Ree-lsville. .April 10. 1S71.
rillS UOTKI. IS PLEASANTLY SITCATKD
ON TIIF. SOL'TI! SIDE OF
RACK ST R E K T,
A FEW DOORS AIIOVE THIRD.
ITS CENTRAL LOCALITY
Makes it particularly dosirable to persons
visiting ihe City on business or pleasure
A. DECK, Proprietor,
Formerly of the States Univn wr!.
ang. 18, 18!-ly.
NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILWAY.
WINTER TIME TABLE.
Throngn and Direct Route to Washing
ton, Baltimore, Klmirn, tiir,
Buffalo, Itochcster and
FOUR TRAINS DAILY from ami
five to Washington and Rtltimorr-,
and FOUR TRAINS DAILY
to and Five l'rnm the North
aud West Branch Sta
Northern and Western Pennsylvania and
ON AND AFTER MONDAY. NOV. 'jih.
171, the trains on the Northern Cttitral
Railway will run as follows :
MailTraih leaves Baltimore 8:.10 a m
leaves li.irrisburg I:j5pra
leaves Villiamsport... Ck'Ij p m
arrives at Elmira Vt.-30 p m
Buffalo Ex leaves ilaltitnorc 10:20 p m
leaves Harrisbure S;25 a m
leaves Willlamspott 8.-30 a m
leaves Elmira. Il:5o a m
arrives at Canandaeua- 3:10 p m
Fast Line leaves Cnliimore 12:10 p n I
leaves llarrishurg 4:"- p m
arrives at Williauisport 8:10 pas
Ciscix'i Ex leaves Baltimore 7:10 p ro
arrives at Harrisburg... 12:01 am
York a Har- ) leaves York ..... 6:10 a m
risb'u Ac. arr. at Harr:sburg 7:45 a m
ScsBcav Ac. north leaves Harrisb'g 8:00 a m
arr. at Simbury :0:-0 a m
Mail Th us leaves Elmira 5:.V) a m
leaves Williamsport H:25 a ni
leaves Harrisburg 1:25 p m
arrives at Baltimore. 6:15 p m
BcrrALO Ex leaves Canindaigua. 4:45 p m
leaves Elmira 8:30 p m
leaves Willinmspert 12:30 a m
leaves Harrisburg 5:3.j a m
arrives at Baltimore ' 9:15 a ni
Cinci.v'1 Ex. leaves Harrisburg 10:45 p m
arrives at Baltimore 2:30 a m
Ems Exra's leaves Williamsport 8:25 a m
leaves Sunbury -10:20 a m
arriees at Harrisburg... 1:00 p m
Ebii Mail south leaves Williamsp't 10:00 p m
leaves Sunbury I2:05 a m
arrives at Harrisburg... 2:30 a m
PACiric Ex. south leaves Harrisb'g 11:35 a m
arrives at Baltimore.... 6:05 p m
York a Hab-1 leaves Harrisburg... 5:25 p m
misb'o Arc. arrives at York 7:10 p m
Bait. Acc. south ledves Sunbury... 5:00 a m
leaves Harrisbnag 8:00 a m
arrives at Baltimore. 12:30 p m
Mail Train ftorth and south. Fast Line
north, Pacific Express south Cincinnati Ex
press north, York and Harrisburg Accommo
dation north and south, Erie Express south,
Erie Mail and Sunbury Accommodation north
and Baltimore Accommodation south daily
Buffalo Express north and south daily.
Cineinati Express north daily except Sat
urday. For further information apply at the Ticket
Office in the Pennsylvania Railroad Depot.
ALFRED R. F1SKE.
Harrisburg, January 2, 1871.
IL kinds of Canned and Dried Fruit for
L sale by C. BARTLY.
LARGEST STOCK ef Dresa Goods in th
cuaty at Tillen & Espenschadc's.
; Beef ! Veal ! Mutton P
THE undersigned hertriy Informs the pub
lic that he still Continues to carry on tlie
Butchering Business in MifHintosrn. and will
hereafter supply the citiiens of MiSin ac4
every TUESDAT and SATURDAY mornings,
Vcnl and Mutton
every THURSDAY morning. His wagon will
go the rounds of both towns on the tupmins
mentioned. As he is tbe only butcher in this
vicinity who continued ia business during
the past winter, for the aeaoiatnoda'ioa-vf llie
public, he feels ibat he is entitled to more
than an ordinary share of patronage through'
out the summer season.
April 12, 1871 - - .- -
3IMit ! 3Ieat ! ,
T IIIE undersigned hereby respectfully in
JL forms the citizens of Mifflintown and
Patterson that his wagon will visit eclt
these towns on TCESDAT, THURSDAT aati.
SATURDAY mornings of each week, w&tq
tbey can be supplied with
,Voal, 31 ut tori. ,
during tbe-summer season, and also PORK
and SAl'dAGK in season. I purpose fur
nishing Iteef every Tuesday and Saturday
morning, and Veni and Mutton every Thurs
day morning. Give mo your patronage, anr
will guarantee to sell as good meat as tbe
country can produce, and as cheap as any
other butcher in th connty.
June 14. 1871.
FRESH BEEF, VEAL, tVcT
Til E nndersveued wmld respeitfully sn
nwnee to the public that he has com
menced the Iluteherine I'liiness. and l hat his
wagon will visit Mifllintown and .Mexico (in
TUESDAY and SATURDAY mornings of
each week when they can have an opportu
nity of purchasing
EXTRA REEF. ' '
" lard; &CT
cheaper than from any other ws'gin. He
only asks the eitixns to give him a trial tr
satisfy them that he sells cheaper and better
meat than any other butcher in the county.
April o, lS;i-tf
Kotica to Trespassers.
JIIE undersigned, residents of Delaware
A. and Greenwood townships, hereby cau
tion all per-nns against Trespassing on their
respective properties fur tin? purpose of gun
ning, tishin', r culling timber. All persons
violating this notice will be dealt with ac
cording to law.
Jesse Spvukman, TVilli.-ira Kccb.
M. C. Farm, Isaac Ferguson,
.Mark J. Me'Jaw. Joseph Nipple.
Humphrey & Mc'uiru", David Cargill,
Jesse Fr-y. John M. Ls.nuis,
Jacob Yeajrer, John Varner,
Neou Kuigiif. l'avid Shuns,
Jiistp'n Carrel!, Joseph Ferguson,
Jacobs Ilonpes. Jobn R. Fergns-n,
Jonathan Cl.uuer, John T. Dmm,
Joserh tusman, Lewis Cargill.
Thomas I Diniui, Joseph J. Castles,
Jnhn S. Cargill. Henry Pontius.
Jeremiah llriuirr, George T. Frev,
John M. Ilibbs. Kufns .M. Fnrd
Isaac Cro-soti, u21-3:ri
A LL per-,:i" nre I
re by cautioned against
-lA. Hunting, Fi-liin
g or in any way tres
of the undersigned, in
IVr.-ons so otfendinjr
the full ex'rnt of the
.1. E. MclnMre.
George Smith, Jr.,
George W. Gorton.
pissing on the lands
Ulack Log township,
will be dea't with to
Sarah E. Cornelius,
Thomas J. D.irling,
June 21, 171.
OIIE undersigned would respectfully n-J-
nounce to the citiiens of Juniata an t
adjoining counties, that lie has purchased
the .Mitflinlnwn Foundry snd Machine Shop,
and is prepared to manufacture articles of
various descriptions, such as 'our and Six
IIT9f-pr,itrT Threhinj .Varkints, also,
Eight nuil Ten Horse Pow er .tlnchines,
'jinj the raost celebrated, and best adapted
toilie wantsof the farmer aow extant, sad'
wiich I will warrant to perform all they ar
recommended to do Plows of Ihe latest and
most improved patterns, considered by all
wliD have used them to be superior lo any
now in use in this pari of the country. I
would especially call Ihe attention of farmer
to th IRON KING PLOW, which I am man
ufarfuriiig. with the latest improvements for
I am al-o prepared to manufacture all
kind of Mill Gearings, such as Cog Gearing,
Gluttons, Saw MiH Cranks, and Turning and
fitting up the same. 1 also manufacture
all kinds of
Coal, Tf nod, Parlor and Cooking Starts.
I also manufacture Hollow Ware, Waffle
Rollers Ic taar.ers, .te.
Old Metal and country produce of all kiada
taken in exchange far work.
Pemember I aril Sen per cent, cheapsr
than any other establishment in Ihe country.
J. A. CR1SWELL.
Feb Ifi. l?70-tf.
PiTINTCO DlClMJKl VT iff. 1S69.
GOLDEN FOUNTAIN PEN.
et ft t tf rl Im PrW MM sir arawld ltliUrMi-
trv! Will Bot frrle Mt.tj Mne-e. wrllt
w .tei ervw rrmtM litl Will tnMr eMWea
te?l atrcl Psan. Pnt n Hi mt alde kMatsta.
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t urtwiib. Pr0lvrl(M)BrmL:
Western Publishing Co.
M-aTsufacturers' Agent?. Pimlbrirgh, Pa.
Pet haw If o smnnj laluitlt it ms Ib..
rW allt. Km eves I tlwniaiM i-'OI
TMS iTNaJd !TthU( imar. I wrl- .
fnr Pem lr yowr saoM Vmmlj,
ir pifticttjr n n-.ica, iisc wu
THE undersigned maiufacturer of Jami
son's Improved Plow, calculated for all
kin.ls of ptowing, and in all kinds of ground,
sold cheaper than any other Plow ia the
County. He manufactures all kinds of Caal
ings, Bells. Stoves. &e. He will also repair
reapers and threshing machines. Give me a,
call, or address.
J. n. ROGERS.
Walnut P. O.
aug 18 1869 -tf Juniata Co. Pa.
JkayJcsiATA Sr.xtt.Mi $1,50 eer year.
OFTIIE W AGE!