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um M HOUSEHOLD.
facts about butter - how it is
MAD IS THE Em.
From the Scientific American.
Oor Fugli-h word butter, it derived
fmtn t Latin Lvtrum , while tbe Latin
word is of exceedingly doubtful origin,
lnt Las moat probably coma from tbe
ft ie not known positively whether buttrr
'. i-ver made' previous to tbe Christian
-ra, lot ;n oar translation of the Bible, J
the woid butter frequently appears. In '
Genesis, chapter xviii verve 8. we read :
"And be t.k butter and tlie calf which
he had dressed and set it before them,"
He. And In IJeateronotnr. chapter
jr. nil ver c 14. the pbraas "butter of
kine" in made nseeo. Also in the Book
of 1'roverb, chapter tiv, veise 33, we
read, "Purely tbn churning of milk
pi mgt in Tot ; !i un'ter, i tie vrnrl up
pcarx alo m idner passages. Hat in all Street, Mifflintown, where we purpose to eon
l'ir:e llie woid refer to snmt-tliiiie of a linue the business of
t!uid nature; whenever the word "butter''
mj penr in the Hible it thould read, ae-t-iir-iirj:
to the nioct biblical critic,
thick milk or cream. The original He
brew words ,- - b (translated churn
ii g) signify to squeeze or pre9, and
thertfore, the latter quotation above
ehnnhl read, "the pressing of milk britig
eth forth tuiik," and this ttgrees better
with what follows in the same passage,
mid the wringing of the nose bliugeth
It is not until about the birth of
f.'hriff probably before that we hare
any definite m.ntion of butter, as we un
derstand the word. But it appears at
this time atid indeed for aeveial centuries
thereafter, that it was only used instead
of oil, a an ointment or as a mediciue
The anci nt 13iirgmiiian were accustom
ed to be.-mc ar their hair with butter, and
the ancient Christians of Kgypt burned
Lut'er iu thtir lamps at their altars in
Head of oil, a practice also accredited to
the Abyssiniaus. ButVr use to be al
lowed tu be burned instead of oil in tbe
Catholic churches during Christmas time
and this accounts for the name of "but
ter tower" which we find at Rouen, in
Notre Dame, and elsewhere. "In A. D.
1500, George d'Amboiee, Archbishop of
Ruurn, finding the oil foul in bin diocese
daring Lent, permitted the ase of butter
iu the lamps, on condition that each per
son should pay six denier for the indulg
ence, with which sum the tower was
It is a very difficult matter to find out
among wh it nation the practice of ma
king butt-T originated. Some writ'TS
affirm that the ancient Scythians were ac
quainted with the art 400 years B. C,
as did also the Indians (inhabitants of
India;, Plutarch speaks of a visit paid
by a Lace damouian lady, to Bcrdice,
the if'J of Deiotarus, and says that the
one mi lled so much of batter and the
other perfume, that neither of tbem could
endure the other. But this mast surely
have been bad butter. Pliny eays that
the ancient Germans and Britans (bar
barians in his time) made butter and
used it sb food, and ascribes the inven
tion to thebe nations. And it is gener
ally believed that the Greeks obtained
their knowledge of butter from the Thra
tiaris or the Scytbiaus, and the Romans
from the Germans.
But whether the ancients knew how to
make butter or not, it is qnite certain
that they did not know how to give it
the firmness or consistency of the butter
made at the present day. "With tbem
it wan poured out like oil ; with us it is
t ot and spread.'' Their batter, too, must
have been very inferior to ours in quality.
We are all acquainted with our pres
ent mode of churning; other nations
have tome really funny ways of making
, In northern Africa, in Kgypt and
Arabia the cream is put into a goat's
kin turned ineide ont, pressed to and
fro like kneading bread. And sometimes
they place it on ari' fuel. tied plaue and let
it roll to the bottom, and then replace it
to ran the earae course. This method,
it is said, produces butter iu a short
time. Sometimes the skins are kneaded
with the feet, as observed by Dr. Chan
dler while traveling in Greece.
Iu Bengal they churn every morning
that 'hey might have fresh batter fur
breakfast. They simply stir the
raj. idly with a stick. In some parts of
tbe East they make butter of the milk of
the buffalo ; but this is in every way in
t'eiior to that made from cow's milk.
Is treating animals that are ailing from
same unknowu cause, it is best to act
with caution in giving physic. Generally
warm gruel or mashes, with a change of
feed, in which some flaxseed meal or gen
tly laxative medicine has beeu mixed, j
with warm shelter, wil! effect a care when !
violent and mistaken remedies would be.
only a sudden means of death. Almost
all complaints spring from exposure or
overwork or bad feed.
The Edinburg Review relates an anec- j
uoio ui .u. ua oaiuio UtUVC. vulv
fought a duel. When the principals
look their positions it was raining hard.
aiute Beuve bad bis pistol in his band,
and with the other hanJ he held up bis
umbrella. The seconds protested. 'I
have no objection to being killed," said
he, "bat to being wet no !"
A t.uOD instance of "sharp practice" is
that of a man in Ohio, who was acquit
ted of murder on a plea of insauity. He
he bad secured his lawyers by giving
them a mortgage on his farm, but now
repudiates the mortgage on tbe ground
that be was insane wben be made it, ac
cording to the showing of these same
Bridge Street, Mifflintown.
"XTTE, THE UNDERSIGNED, WOULD
1 most respectfully call the attention of
oar friends, customers, and tbe public gen
erally, fa tbe fact that we have secured and
filled up one of tbe finest rooms in the coun
t, directly opposite our old stand previous
j to the terrible fire of Dee. SI, 1670, on Bridge
We have opened one of tbe finest, best and
oheape&t stock of Goods every offered to the
pnbho, embracing in fact almost everthing
that the public can wish. We would espe
eisi'.y invite the attention of ail to our fine
This department we flutter ourselves to be
he best ever offered lo the public of Juniata
for style, quality and cheapness, of the most
approved patterns, 4c,
Black Australian Crape,
Black and Fancy Silks,
Black and Fancy Silk Poplins,
Black aud Faucy Mohair,
Black and Fancy A I pace as.
Black and Colored Striped Suitings,
Satin Striped Versailles Cloth,
Sotiu Striped Lome Robes,
Silk Striped Mohair,
Silk Figured Sultana,
Brocade Japanees Silks,
French Serge Wool Plaid,
Scotch do, do, do.
Cord and Colored Velveteens.
Knglish and Freuch Chintzes,
Plaid Nainsooks, '
Plaid India Twills.
Brocha, Thibet. Helena,
West Branch, Niagara, and
Watervliet Long and !?iuare
Shawls, iu Great Variety.
Black and Fancy Cloths,
Black nnd Fancy Cassimores,
Black aud Fancy Ermines.
Black and Fancy Tweeds,
Black and Fancy Jeans,
Striped and Plain Linen,
Striped and Plain Cottonade,
Striped and Plain Suitings, '
Striped aud Plain Marsailles,
Striped aud Plain Flannels,
o ' " '..
Prints, Muslins, Sheeting,
Pillow Casing Checks,
Linen, Cotton & Damask Table Linens,
Cambric and Swiss Embroidery,
Piqua and Crochet Ldgings,
Silk and White Cotton Fringes,
Ribbon?, Velvet and Gimps,
Laces and Braids,
Ladies' Listing Button and Lace Gaiters,
Ladies' Moroco Button and Lac do.
Ladics''Kid Lace Bals
Ladies' Kid Lace do.
Ladies' Lasting and Kid Croquet Slippers,
Misses' and Child's Lasting Gaiters,
Mioses' and Child's Kid Bals,
Misses' and Child's Morocco Button,
Misses' and Child's Goat and Pebble,
Misses' fend Child's Croquet Slippers.
Men and Boys' Calf Boots,
Men and Boys' Gaiters,
Glassware and Queensware,
Frait Jars and Stoneware.
Wool Figured, Venitian, Listing
aud Wool Dutch Carpets.
Floor and Stair Oil Cloth,
Oil Shades and Fixtures.
Berlin, Zephyr and Excelsior
Foreign and Domestic Yarns.
Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Mirrors, Stationery, Albums, ,
In fact everything necessary ts make up a
complete 6tock of Choio aad Desirable
As we are buying strictly for eash, wc
Batter ourselves that we caa effer great in
ducements to parties who wish to bny good
Goods at reasonable prices. Our terms are
cash or country produce taken ia exchange
We only ask the public lo give us a call
and examine our sleek, and compare prices
and quality. We defy competition.
TILTEN & ESPENSCHADE, -Bridge
EXTRAORDINARY REDUCTION IN THE
PR1CEE OF GOODS.
Ltllilt l BELLS
Patterson, Juniata Co.. Pa. -
The undersigned beg leave to state, that
they have, purchased from i. B. M. Todd, hi
entire stock of goods, mad will in the future
conduct the merchant ile business at the Old
Stand, ia the borough of Patterson, Juniata.
county, la. where ihey shall endeavor to
keep constantly on hand a full and complete
assortment ofg ! ' i .
LADIES' dress goods, consist
IMG OF , , .
POPLINS. i : i
MERINOS, " ' '
, . CAMBRICS,
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
FISH. SALT, .
Having just returned from the city with the
ahov enumerated stock of good, all of
which have been purchased since the great
deciine in Gold, we feel warranted in saying
that we can offer Goods at greatlv reduced fig.
ures for CASH OR COUNTRY PRODUCE.
mar23-tq LAIRD & BELL.
THE PLACE FOR BARGAINS
PENNELL'S CUEA.n STORE
IN PATTERSON, 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 suit, d to the trade. My stock
consists of a full assortment of fine and stable
D R Y G O 0 h S,
Embracing all tbe materials for men, women
and children's ware, including Hataand Caps,
Bouts and Shoes, together with a large stock
of Muslins, Sheetings Drillings, Tickings, Oil
Cloths, Malting, ie.
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
Such as French and Knglish Merinoes, Pop
lins, Alpacas, Ile Laines, plain and figured
Shawls, ie. and also a large slock of Notions,
such as Gloves. Milts, Hosiery, Embroidered
Collars and Cuffs, and a general assortment
of Dress Trimmings.
Such as Sugars, Syrups, Coffees. Teas and
! Spices. Also, a large lot of Queensware,
Hardware, flood and Willow ware. Fish
Salt and Nails. Together wilh a full assort
ment of Goods usually kept in a country store
(.Highest price paid for country pro
duca in exchange for goods. Prices to suit
the times May I, 1871.
Horse ill Cattle
This prvparation.lonc fcod favorably
known, will UiorouctitT rc-fnvigorat
' broken down mad low-apirited borvta,
by MivngUtenitig and cJcanaiDf lbs
ttomach aod intestine.
It is a sure br-venUTS of all diseases
iiH-ttVnt to tHii snimsJ. saeh as LI NO
WATER, HEAVES, COUGHS. 1)13
TEMHKR, FEVERS, rOUN PER,
LOSS OF APPETITE AND VITAL
ENERGY, Ice. Its use .b pro res
the wind, increurfes the at 'petite
fires aisaontrt anil giossr ikta and
Waasfornu Che miserable skeleton !
Into a one-looking and spinteil horse.
To kteners of Cows this prepara
tion is in valuable. It is a sura pre
ventive against Rinderpest, Hollow
Horn. etc. It has been proven br
actual experiment to Increase the
'quantity of milk and enasa twenty
per rent, and make the butter firm
and sweet. In fattening cattle. It
wives them an appetite, loosens their bide, and saaassj
rbesa thrive much faster.
Tn all di!aes of Swine, such as Coaghfl, titers
the Lungs. Liver, stc.this article acts
as a specific By nutting from one-
half a paper to a paper la a barrel of
win the anove diseases will beeradl
eatrd or entire! v prevented. If given
in time, a certain prevent! va and
curt lor the Hog Cholera.
DAVID E. F0CTZ, Proprietor,
BALTIMORE. Ml. .
Tat S bv Dracfiits an StorekMpen throtvheol
Mm Cnlud StatM, Ceaadaa as Sot'Ui Aaurloa
B. F. KEPSEll & SON. Agents. Mifflin
town, Pa. aug23-ly
PiTiKTia U,cii yT, 1S69.
CUR CELEBRATED '
GOLDEN FOUNTAIN PEN.
KewnVlsagsM. owtc4 T a"
a4 it to fcs tke beml I'vn nut'lm or MM la Uila
-- try. Wilt m( rrrJe. M,t llttc writes . "
S I wttb mm rcaaTlskl W 111 tsr tea , X
ri kM -lest I'stspla aeat.lWekssca. .
Si ' WMM mmr cserrtio pcr.sn ' - rils J
j. IWIiprantk. J'rofi ovecSOO pr U
. T-I. IO r-nfi Lai M ( k
. ati fcsna, Sl.vbi twalva kaaa j
WESTERN PUBLKHIKG t-O.
Manafacturcis' Agents, Pittsburgh, T.
'tai hsvs led t nnny IsnftHllexA m an Iftftv kj
tann r aniiMiistmt aw ajn inisw , . -
iMlttr. nmy mmj tmm mmm rt i J
N lC-wlstfcrUCwflswMNj. la wri- .
tlrw fWp Pfni 7 our amr, TmwH, Cvtr, mI
Pinto, tln'r wrlOsW Ji4 rwissr will aNti With
" 1' m I
' THE OLD ESTABLISHED flM,
. J. RICHARDSON & CO.
12S Mtiiti Stsiit, Pruao'a ,
is the largest Manufacturing I'onfecti: lers
and wholesale Dealer is frar;
M!s, 4 . t Hsl' fi
IOR SALE Three set of Cook 8tove Pat
terns. Mo. 7, 8, and 9, Flasks and Follow
Boards, all complete, by
SILAS 8HAMP. '
-JestATa SasTisci $1,69 ecr year.
OF THE W AGE!
D. W. U ABLET
CHEAP CLOTHING STOfiE.
NevinY Xew Building, Bridge
This way for Bar
HAVING removed our GOODS (o a room
in Nevin's acw building, oa Bride street.
we are prepared t do a Urge business, and
have just received a
SEW ASSORTJreilT OF GOODS,
COXSISTIXO OV "
Over Coats Dress Coats,7 Bastness Coats,
lomaea coats, Paataloons, Tests, Hata,
Voota and Shoes of ovary description, .
style and quality, formal or female.
BOYS' READY MADE CLOTHING
Also, Carpets White Shirts, Fancy' Ovet
snirls, under Shirts. Drawers, Hosiery.
Gloves, Linen and Paper Colars.
Cravats and Ties, Trunks, Vm-
oreuas, Travelling Bags c. :
Also, the latest styles of Ladies' Cloaks. Cir
culars and Furs.
Parsons in want of anything in ourline wil.
are aioney by giving us a call before pur
chasing elsewhere, as we are determined tr
sell cheap for cash. ' 1 '
m Don't forget the corner, Bridge and
' D. W. HARLET CO.
May 1. 1871.
Oil, Paint & Varaish,
WHITE LEAD, RED LEAD,
COLORED PAINTS IN OIL
BURNT UMBER, RAW UMBER,
CHROME GREEN, PARIS GREEN,
CHSOHE YELLOW, SSOP SLACZ,
Prussian Blue, Lamp Black,
PaiiU Brunei, Varnish Brutliet,
WHITEWASH BRUSHES, SASH BRUSHES
Whiting and Rosin by the Barrel,
Soaps, Japan Drw r, White Varnish
Concentrated Lye, Babbitt's Potash,
Putty nnd GIiihh.
- The above goods, with s large variety of
DRUGS and PATENT MEDICINES, always
en hand at the
PATTERSON DRUG STORE.
t&' Glass cut to any size desired.
Dr P. C. PCNDIO.
July 12, 1871-tf
TUB HEADERS OF THIS fAPKE SUOULU
NOT FAIL TO
CALL AT THE SENTINEL OFFICE
THEY HAVE JOB WORK TO DO
WK ARE PREPARED TO
EXECUTE ALL ORDERS
SALE BILLS, BLANKS, Ac, 4c,
AT SHOET NOTICE,
AND AT MUCn LOWER TERMS
TO THB CITIZENS OF
New Tin and Store Establishment,
Perrytvillf, Juniata Coun'y, Pa
THE nndersigned has opened out a new
Tin and Stove Establirhmentin 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, &e.
He will also give prompt attention to all or
ders for Roofing. Spouting and Jobbing, ali
of which he guaADtees to pnt np 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 civ 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
nse. He will keep on hand the Oriental
Heateis. and a general assortment of tbe best
Btoves manufactured. JOHN DUNBAR.
Notice to Trespasser.
THE undersigned, residents of Delaware
and Greenwood townships, hereby cau
tion all persons against trespassing oa their
respective properties for the purpose of gun
ning, fishing, or cutting timber. All persons
violating this notice will be dealt with as
cording io law.
Jesse Speakman, William Keech,
M. C. Farra, Isaao Ferguson,
Mark J. McGaw, Joseph Nipple.
Humphrey 4 McQuiros, David Cargill,
John M. Landis,
Thomas P Dimin,
John 8. Cargill,
John M. Hibbs,
John R. Ferguson,
John T. Dimm,
Joseph J. Castles,
George T. Frey,
Kufus M. Ford.
ALL peraons are hereby cautioned against
Hunting, Fishing or in any way tres
passing on the lands of th undersigned, in
Black Log township. Persons so offending
will be dealt with to the full ex'ent of tbe
Robert Mclntire. J. E. Mclatire..
Samuel Lauver, . William LauverL
David Lanver, , Charles Glok, '
Michael Honmoi, ', William Bilger,
Adam Smith, Samuel Hoffman,
George Smith, ' Sebastian Rapman,
Sarah E. Cornelius, George Smith, Jr., '
Thomas Ramler, laaao Baughman,
bomas J. Darlur, George W. Gorton.
June 21, 1971.
TIIE nndersigned, maaufaeturwr of Jami
son's Improved Plow, calculated for all
kinds of plowing, and in all kinds of ground.
sold cheaper than any other Plow ia th
County. He manufactures all kind of Cast
ings, Bells, Stoves. Sc. He will also repair
reapers and threshing machines. Give me a
call, or address.
. 3. H. ROGERS.
Walaut P. O. .,
aug 18,1869-tf Juniata Co. Pa.
A LL KINDS OF BLANK WORK. ac.doDe
xL at this Offie io th neatest manner and I
at low prices.
USE THE BEST.
Kine years before the public,
and no preparation for the hair has
ever been produced equal to Hall's
Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer,"
and every honest dealer will aay 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 ia changed to black and
silky locks, and wayward hair will'
assume any shape the wearer desires. :
. It is the cheapest IIAIIt DRESS-
1NU in the worlo, ana us cnects Inst
longer, as it excites the glands to
furnish the nutritive principle so
' necessary to the life of the hair. ' It
gives the hair that splendid appear
ance so much ad mired by all. By its
tonic and stimulating properties it
prevents the hair from falling ont,
and none need bo 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 np to its
original high standard. Our Treatise
on the Hair mailed free; send for it.
SeUbf aU Dnggati ami Dvdtrt in 31taus.
Price On) Dollar Par Bottle.
R. P. HALL & CO., Proprietors.
UB0BAT0XT, VA8HDA, V. H.
Ayers Cherry Pectoral,
Por Diaeaaaa of the Throat and Longs,
auob aa Oouftha, Colds, Whooping
Couch. Bronchitia, Asthma,
Probably never before in the whole history ot
medicine, baa anything woa so widely and sotcvljr
noon the eondiience of mankind, a this exi-ellcnt
remedy for MilmonarycomtlaiaU. Through a lour
erica of years, and among most of tlx.- rare or
men it has risen higher and higher in their estinia.
Uoo, as it has become belter known. Its nnilona
character and power to cure the various affections
of the lungs and throat, hare made it known a a re
liable protector against them. While adapted lo
milder forms ofdioeate and to yoang rbihtren, it is
at the same time the most effectual remedy that can
be given for incipient consumption, and the dao
geroua affections of the throat and lungs. As a pro
vision against suuuen auaci, 01 invp. 11 too'jiq
he kept on hand in every family, and indeed as all
are sometimes subject to colds aud coughs, alJ
StwuKl be provmea wiin wis anuuote lor tueni.
Although settled ConsumitfioM is thought in
curable, still great numbers of eases where the dis
ease seemed settled, have been completely cured,
ami the patient restored to sound health bv tbe
Cherry PrrtmnU. So complete is its mattery
over In disorders of Iho Lungs and Throat, that
the most obstinate of tbem yield to it. When noth
Big else could reach them, under the Cherry fee
terml they subside and disappear.
Singerm euut fukUc Speaker And great pro
tection from it.
Atthmu is always relieved and often wboUj
cured by it.
Brvnehitim is generallv cured by taking the
Cherry Pectoral in small ant! frequent doses.
So generally are Its virtues known that we need
not publish the certificates of them here, or do more
than assure the pubuo that its qualities are fully
Ayer's Ague Cure,
Pot Paver and Airne, Intermittent Fever,
emu Fever, itemittent raver, Sumo
Ague, Periodical or Bilious Paver, Ac,
and indeed all tho affections which ariao
from malarious, marsh, or miasmatic
As its name Implies, it does Cxr. and does not
mil. Containing neither Arsenic, Quinine, Bismuth,
Zinc, nor any other mineral or poiiwmous substance
whatever, it In nowi), injnres any patient. The
number and importance of its euros in tlieagne dis
tricts, are literally bevond account, ami we believe
without a parallel in the history of Ague medicine.
Our pride is gratified by the ackno virdgments we
receive of the radical enres effected in olitinate
eases, and where other remedies hail wholly failed.
Unacclimated persona, either resident m, or
travelling thmngn miasmatic toralities, will bo pro
tected by taking the AOUE CVRE daily.
For lAeer Crnmelmimtn, arising from torpidity
of tho Liver, it is an excellent remedy, stimulatiiis
the Liver hcto healthy activity.
For Bilious Disorders and Liver Complaint., It is
an excellent remedy, producing mnnr tnilv re
markable cures, where other medicines had failed.
Prepared by DR. 4. C Avkr ft Co., Practical
and Analrtical ttiensists, Lowell, Mas , and sold
all round the worU.
FMICX, 01.09 rXM BOTTLE.
jTlIE "IXGREDIE.VTS THAT
jCOMPOSE ROSADAMS are
ipuLlished on every package, there
fore it is aw a secret p eparatiun,
rHTSICIAXS PCESCKIBE IT
ft is a certain cure for Scrofula,
Syphilid in all its forms. Rheuma
tism, Skin Diseases, Liver Com
plaint and all disease of tt.
0X3 20T7I3 C? E33A2AL3
will r7o mors mod than ten bottles
ol tho Syrups of Saraaparilla.
THZ UNCF.RSIGNEO PHYSICIANS
have nsed Rosadalia in theirprac'tico
tor .he pist three years and treely
ei:dorse it as a reliable Alterative
and Blood Purifier.
DR. T. C. FTJGTT, of Baltimore.
DB. T. J. BOVKl.V, "
OR. R. W.CARR. '
DK. F. O. PANNKLLY. '
DR. J. S. SPARKS, of Nicholarrille,
DR. .'U McCARTHA, Columbia,
DR. A. R KOBLES, Edcmnb, N. C.
TJSID ATO ESD0E3ED BI
J. B. FRENCH k SONS, Fall River,
F. W. SMITH, Jicksoa, Mich.
A. F. W HEELER, Lima, Ohio.
B. HA1.L. Lima. Ohio.
CRAVEN & CO., Onrdonsvllle, Vs.
SaM'UC. McFADDEN, Wurfrses-
Onr space will net allow of anv ear
tended remarks in rclatinn to th
virtues of Ruwlalis. Tothe Medical
Profession we guarantee a r luid Ex
tract snperior to any they have ever
used in the treatment of diseased
Blood; and to thcantictrd we say try
Rosatlalis. and von will be restored
Rnsadalis is sold bv all Drnrristl
price 1-30 per buttle. Address
DS. CLEHZCTS CO.
MaHUfactiring Chemist I,
. . BaaTiawaa, Haw
or TBB .
Young Kan's Christian Association,
Otlice. 123 South 7th St., Philadelphia,
Between Chestnut m Walnut.
If you wish to hire labor of any kind,
write and tell us just the help you want.
Tbe wages yon will pay. Th beat, and
cheapest way 10 reach your place, and if far
from Philadelphia, you had better enclose
Railroad far. W will do our best to serve
you and give you aU th information w esn
about.the person we send. Our desir is tc
assist tbe worthy, and no charges to either
party. Address ,
a Sup't Employment Bureau,
123 South 7th Street, Pailada.-
1 TARTIV k WALTERS always keep up
IV 1 their stock of GROCERIES and will not
be excelled either in th quality or pries f
their goods in this line. Give them a call
befor going elsewhere.
their goods in this line.
7 BEAU BA1AKER, Froprietor.
STATE CAPITOL HOTEL, near the Cap
tol Buildings, . - - : ,
' W.Ttbm a moderate as any Hotel In the
wty. ..- , , ,
WM. 8. THOMPSON. Proprietor ,.
WHITE HORSE HOTEL,
c 316 818 NORTH TIiIRD STREET,
" " ' PHILADELPHIA.
.... GEO. ZEILLEV, Proprietor.
Good accommodations for all who may favor
. . ; aim with a call. . t
First-Class livery mm Sal . Stable,
BCLDIS0 6U BOBSIS, ATTACH in TO HOTEL.
MIFFLINTOWN, JCNIATA CO., PA.
SIMON B. ALBRIGHT, Proprietor.
Rooms large and comfortable the Table
supplied with tbe best tbe market affords
Stabling large and txeellent Bar constantly
supplied with tbe choicest wines and liquors
no pains will be spared to please guests.
marges moderate. A liberal share of public
patronage is solicited. mayl7, '71
D. JOHHSTOir ft SOUS, Proprietors.
' The "Ilrockerhoff House" has recently been
refitted and otherwise greatly improved, anal
ia now nnder the proprietorship of V. John
ston 4 Sons, formerly of the "Leonard House"
in Clearfield Peraons visiting Bellefonte on
business or pleasure will find this a conve
nient and pleasant plao to stop free Hun
to and from the lepot.
Nov I, 1871. j
UNITED STATES HOTEL,;
OPPOSITE TA K. H. JVEPtiT,
EMMIXGER &. CO., I
Telegraph Office in Uutrl. I
ang 18, !869-y. j
REEDSVILLE, MIFFLIN CO., PA.
DAVID I. RICK. Proprietor-
The unde.-signed respectfully calls the at
tention of the public to tie fact that lie has
leased the hotel property in Rerdsville, for
merly occupied by Aaron Sboop. and is pre
pared to accommodate strangers and travel.
?rs. Ile will spare no means lo make ihr
Hotel unexceptionable in every particular'.
fie will exercise a personal supervision ,,n
his Bar. Table and Stable. He respect fullj
solicits a share of the patrons fp of thepnhlic.
DAVID I. RICE.
Rcedsvil'e, April 10, 1871.
18 HOTEL IS PLEASANTLY SITUATRIi
ON THB SOUTI! SIDK or
A FIW IHH1R8 AROYE THIRD.
ITS CENTRAL LOCALITY
Makes it particularly desirable to person
visiling the City on business or pleasure
A. DECK, Proprietor,
Formerly of the Statet Union Ifutcl.
ang 18, 18f,!)-!y.
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889 Broadway. N. Y.
Nov. 13, 1871-2m .
Rally to the Place where Ton can buy
i wnere y
THE nndersigned takes this method of in
forming tbe public that he has just re
ceived at his residence on Third Street, Mif
flintown, a large assortment ef
of various styles, which he offers for sale
CHEAPER than ean be purchased elsewhere
in the county. All persons in need of the
above article, and wishing to save money, are
luviiea to can ana examine his stock and
hear his prioes be tore going elsewhere.
B. Large supply constantly on hand.
Mifflintown. April 5. 1871-tf
A Large assortment pf Queensware, (
ware. Glassware., Crookerywat. (
vars, As., for sale cheap by
LARGE stock of Ready-made Clothing for
sal by HARLEY & CO.
; Beef ! Veal! Hutton!-
THE nndersigned hereby informs the ptil,.
lie that he still continues to carry on t)t
Butchering Business in Mifflintown. and will
hereafter supply the eitixens of Mifflin 1e4
every TUESDAY and SATURDAY morning.
Veal and SXntton
every THURSDAY morning, ilis wagon will
go the round of both towns en the mornings
mentioned. Aa be islbeoaly butcher in tbn
vicinity who continued ia business during
the past winter, for the accommodation of ib
public, be feels lhat he is entitled to more
than an ordinary share of patronage through,
out lb summer season.
. FC VNK MAXWELL
April 12, 1871 L
, 3Xe.t ! 3Iont7
rpHE nndersigned hereby respectfully ;.
J. forms tbe eititens of Mifflintown and
Patterson that his wagon will visit nh (,r
these town on TUESDAY, THURSDAY ,nd
SATURDAY mornings of each week, when
they ean be supplied with
Ven I, f ii tt on,
during the summer season, and also TURK!
and SAUSAGE in season. I purpose fur
nishing Beef every Tuesday and Saturday
morning, and Veal and Mutton every Thurs
day morning. Give tas your patronage, and
will guarantee to sell as good meat as the
country ean produce, and as cheip as any
other botcher in the county.
June If. IS71
TlirrrncfenigneJ wnnld re.pectfullv an
nounce to tire pnWie thai he has' com
menced the Butchering Business, and ihit his
wagon will visit Mifflintown and Mexico on
TUESDAY and SATURDAY mornings of
each week when they can have an opportu
nity of purchasing
! - - LARD. nr.
j cheaper than from any other wsgon. He
I only asks the citiiens lo give him a trial i
I sati.fy them that he sells cheaper and better
I meat than any other butcher in the county.
April 5. IHTl-tf
rpilE nndersigned would respectfully an
X nitince to the ciriiens of Juniata and
adjuintng counties, that be has purchased
tbe Mifflintown Foundry and Machine ?ho..
and is prepared to manufacture articles of
various descriptions, such as Four and Sir
Uorte-poH-er Threthinf Machines, also,
Eight and Tru Horse Power Machines,
being tbe most celebrated, and best adapted
to the warns of the farmer now extant, ami
which I will wurrnnt to perform all they ars
recommended to do Plows of the latest and
most improved patterns, considered by all
who have used them lobe snperior to aay
now in use in this part of the country, i
would rspeeially call th attention of farmers
10 the IKON KIN'ii PLOW, which I am man
ufacturing with the latest improvements fur
I am also prepared to manufacture all
kind of Mill Gearings, such as Cog Gearing,.
Gudgeons, Saw Mill Cranks, and Turning and
fitting np the same. I also manufacture
all kinds of
Coal, HoW, Pttrur onj CtfiJciuij Store.
I also manufacture Hollow Ware, WafJIsj
Rollers for tanners, e.
Old Metal and country produce of all kind
taken in exchange for work.
Remember I sell ten per cent, cheaper
than any other establishment in tbe eonniry.
J. A. CRISWELL.
Feh IS. 1870-tf.
NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILWAY.
WINTER TIME TABLE.
Through and Dirert Route to Washing
ton, Baltimore, Klmira, Eiie,
UuUalo, Rochester and
FUll TRAINS DAILY from snd
five to Washington and Baltimore,
and FOl'R TRAINS DAILY
to and Five from tlie North
and West ll aiich Sus
Noriliorn and Western Pennsylvania and
ON ANI AFTER MONDAY. NOV. 27t
1971, the trains on tbe Northern Ctntr
l.ailway will run as follows :
Mail Tans leaves Baltimore
arrives at Elmirn
Trrrvio Ex leaves Baltimore
... f :W a in
1:1) p m 1
7:1 0 p m
. It:4-j p m
1 :-, p nv
leaves Hnrrisburg H:li)pm'
leaves iiii.amspoit ;tM a m
haves Elmira- 8:2o a m
arrives at Canandagua. 8:15 p ni
Fast Lise leaves Baltimore 12:40 pm
leaves Harrishnrg 4:4 p m
arrives at Williamsport 8:15 pm
Cixcim'i Ex leaves Baltimore 10:i" p m
arrives at Ilarriburg...l2:50 a m
Yona: a Has- 1 leaves York ... fi:10a nv
i.b' Ao. ( arr. at Harrishurg 7:0 a ra
SiNBi'BT Ac. north leaves Harrish'gl0:5-1 p m
arr. at Sunbury '.2:50 a ni
Mail Train leaves Elmira 5:'iO a m
leaves Williamsport 9:15 a m
leaves Harrisburg 2:!5p ro
arrives at Baltimore 6:50 p in
Bcrr.iLO Ex leaves Canandaigua 6:55 p ni
leaves, Elmira 9:10 p m
leaves Williamsport 12:15 a m
leaves Harrinbi-rg 4:0o a m
arrives at Baltimore 7:20 a m.
Ciscin'i Ex. leaves Harrisburg 10:50 p na
arrives at Baltimore.- 2:20 a at,
Erik Expe's leaves Williamsport 9:25 a n
leaves Sitni ury .10:20 a m
arriees at Harrisburg. 11:20 a m
Eaia Mail sooth leaves illiamsp t 0:O0 p rrv
leaves Sunbury ....12:30 a n
arrives at Harrisburg .. 2:30 a rv
Paciric Ex. sonth leaves Harrisb'g 11:45 a rri
arrives at Baltimore-... 8:00 p m
Yosa a Hab- leaves Ilrrisburg. 7:10 a m
bisb'o Arc. 1 arrives at York 7:10 p m
Balt. Acc. south ledves Sunbury... 5:00 a m
leavea Ilarrisbuag 8:00 a m
arrive at Baltimore.... 12:30 p nt
Mail Train north and south. Fast Lin
north. Pacific Eiprafs south Cincinnati Ex
press north, York and ilarri bnrg Accommo
dation north and south, Erie Express south,
Erie Mail and Sunbury .Wommodatioa north
aad Baltimore Accommodation south daily
Buffalo Express north and south daily.
Cincinati Express north daily except Sat
urday. For further information apply at the Ticket
Office m the Pennsylvania Railroad Depot.
ALFRED R. F1SKE.
Harrisburg, January t, 1871.
IF YOU WANT NEAT
SALEBILLS, POSTERS k BLANKS,
CALL AT THE SENTINEL OFFICE
LARGEST 8TOCK of Dress Goods in th
co iu'y at Tilt eo & Easenschnrfe's.