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FARM AND HOUSEHOLD.
WHAT A HEAVI SOD WILL DO.
The od makes the corn. This may be
taken flu an axiom, as undoubted as that
a straight line it the shorest distance be
tween two point. If the eod i right
the corn cau take care of itself. What
iii wanted is a mass of roots, filling the
soil to the d-jili of three, four, or five
inches or oior?, and such a mat of vege
tation on the surface as will inevitably
belong t'i such a macs of roots. Now,
wliai ruth nu amnunt of vc. table mat
tei. i.:iljr decomjio.-'fd, and nUL-h as coru
l- vi-" to feed upon, would measure, can
very e.si'y be estimated. It would cer
tainly be wiiliiu bounds to fay that there
wculd be on every sijuaro rod of ground
90 cubic feet of matter equal ia f rtiliz
iug power to average barn yard manure.
This is orvr tim e -quarters of a cord per
square rod ; and 1G0 rods going to m:ke
up nu acre, there would be over 120 ords
of manure t i the acre. This amiuut of
barn j a rd manure would seem jeifcctly
bcwil.lerirg to a faiinT, and would be
i ey ord l lie power of ninny tc Laid out
and fj-rcd. And l.ert it U, cn the fpot,
iu the tuo.-t fili-ct hhape poetibie to
le utilized. Dries it then need any fur
ther argument to show clearly that a
Leavy sod i the be.-t, cheapest, and most
easily haudled raanure a f;;naer cau pro
cure or invent? The vexed question of
ulie.her cue should plow deep or shallow
for com, here gets a satisfactory and sim-
j ly rej.ly. With such a so.i or any sod.
' ' ' J '
enmysay.on mu,tpSw su!nciently
iiirp to g.t en..n. h bn.se eojl on the t-.p
te allow the harrow to woik and make a
t-eed bt 1. No ii. ore, no lei's. If our
oil i Midi a one as wc lately saw cut j
fiom a pa-lure on a farm iu Eastern j
l'eiiiisjlvaiiia, the plow must necessarily i
go seven or eight inches beneath the sur
face befuie enough soil can be obtained
win rcwi;h to mnko a seed bed. The
nven-ge crop on this farm ii over 100
bushels of shelled corn per acre And
the secret, if there is any, is in this sod.
Vli v should it be doubted ? It is a siai
) le example in proportion ; as sod is to
Fod, so is corn 1 1 corn. And by this we
may learu what a heavy sod will do.
Dr. Ilexamer, of N. 1'., gives a result
if au z eriuicnt of planting potatoes in
seventeen dilTereut ways, and found the
best reriilts were given from one large
potato, whole, iu each hill ; the next best
ti-om two large half potatoes, cut length
wise ; next from medium sized potatoe
planted whole ; the i-malhst from small
balf pituoes. A medium potatoe he
plants whole ; huge ones cut in half and
the largest i:i four pieces, each length
wise, always taking care to select Irs
best and soundest potatoes for Beed.
J. T. Warder, of Ohio, in an experi
ment with Harrisons, found that large
seed cut in halves give the most saleable
potatoes. lie says : ' This experiment,
in connection with one made last year,
induce me to cut good sized potatoes for
seed iu preference to planting them
whole ; and in years of scarcity to use
email potatoes with care not to plant
them too closely together.''
I'sc of Sulphur Iu Nests
The powdered sulphur sold by drug
gists is a cheap preventive of parasites
upon young chickens. After a hen Las
been setting till well established, spriii
kle'a small handful upon her eggs when
i-he is off, and upon every part of the
iio.-t and for a little distance all around it.
Then when she goes on disturb her just
eiiTij'i t ) rai!t3 her bristle h?r fjatlur.?,
and then dust another "handful down to
the skin npou her bead, neck and every
part'of the body not in contact with the
nest, and do not omit to put a pinch un
dersell wing. Tbfu when the chick
ens are hatched there will be no ver
miu whatever to leave the hen and
gather upon the young, as is frequent 1
ly the case when no precautions are
token One thorough application such
as we have described will suffice Ai
News for Sitoi-tsineu.
An exchange says : If the New York
correspondent of tha Boston Journal can
be ielied upon there will be fast time
made at Long Ilrancb this season. The
correspondent writes :
The fastest horse in the world, so it is
f iii'l, is the English horse Sterliug. Pri
vate letters have been received here an
nouncing that the famous horse will be
shipped for America, and be entered for
the Monmouth Cup at Long Branch this
season. His competitor will bo Mr
Harper's Longfellow. Mr. Harper re
solved that bis fatuous horse should never
again run for niouey ; but be has con
seuted to have him entered for the cup
The heat, two miles and and a half, is
regarded as especialily favorable to Long
ftllow. Horsemen believe that with dis
tance he can beat the world Colonel Tom
Scott has agreed to run an express train
from Mr. Harper's stables in Kentucky
to Long Branch without change of cars.
An decant box stall is to be fitted tiul
w ; ill all the modern improvements, aud
the famous horse will be attended by his
old master, who hopes for better luck
than when last Longfellow was North.
Hou-iiaik is recommended by one of
our contemporaries for hens' nesU.
Nest made of hog hair are never infest
ed with lice. Hen-lice in hog's-hair
won't stay. These nesta we etlect for
batching our chickens. We have bad
other neeta so infested with lice that tbe
LMis abundoticd them. E.r.
New Store and New Goods.
GROCERIES, PBOVISIONS, &C.
llain Street, lEiBintown.
HAVING opened out a GROCERY AND
PROVISION STOKE in the old stand
on Main Street, Mifiliutown, I would respect
fully auk the attention of Ibe public to the
following articles, which I will keep on hand
at all tihies :
SUGAR, COFFEE, TEA,
DRIED AND CANNED FRUIT.
HAM, SHOULDER, DRIED BEEF,
Confectioneries, Nuts, Sec,
Tolmceo, Cifja l-s-i,
lloui-, Feed, Acc.
All of which will be sold cheap for Cai-h or
Country Produce. Give me a call and hear
J. IV. KIRK.
Mifflintown, Afay 2, 1871.
The Place for Good (Jfape-vines
IS AT III
Juniata ihllq Diiuprh,
AXO GnirE-VlXE MRSEKT.
'TIIE undersigned would respectfully in
i. form tho public thai he has started a
Grape-vine Nursery about one mile northeast
of Millliutown, where he has been testing a
j larje number of the different varieties of
! ur:jes - ."
j "cvtn years, he in now prepared to furnish
:vlNES T,JK U3AI)TXG
, VARIETIES, AXD Of THE
j KIXDS, AT
q J 'J J Jtj ,
hy tbo sin?,e Tin(,, dIcni hunJrci or thou-
sand. A 11 persons wishing good and thrifty
Tines will uo wen id can &nu see lur meui
selvef. Ji-Good and responsible Agents wanted.
Millliutown, J lunula Co., ('a.
S. B. LOUDON,
WOULD respectfully inform i lie public
that be has removed his Tailoring Es
tablishment to a room in Major Kevin's new
building, on the Parker lot, on Bridge street,
.Miilliutown, aul has opened out a
LARGER AND FINER ASSORTMENT OF
Thnn ever was before bought to this town
which he is prepared to make to order in the
LATES1 AXU HOST IMPROVED STYLE,
And in a manner that wi'l defy all competi
tion. He also manufactures to order, all
On reasonable ter.es.
By strict attention to business. lie hopes to
receive a liberal share of public patron
age Give hiin a call and inspect his styles
of cutting aud workmanship before going
NEW DRUG STORE.
BANKS & HAMLIN,
Main Street, MijjltntoKi, lt.
Milts 1X0 .HEDitlXES,
Chemicals, Dye Stuff,
Putty, Coal Oil,
Infants Itrut-hcs, roapr.,
H iir Brushes, Tooth Brushes,
Hair Oil, " Tobacco,
LARGE VARIETY OF
selected with great care, and warranted from
Purest of WINES AND LIQUORS forMedi
tiff- PRESCRIPTIONS compounded with
great care. malG'70- ly
THE undersigned bogs leave to inform .the
public thai he has purchased the GKLST
MILL, in .Milford township, recently owned
Ay Jacob Lemon, ahd, having remodeled and
otherwise improved the same, is now pre
pared to accommodate all who may favor him
wiih their patronage.
Vhrnt Tlowr and Sided Corn Meal al-
sale aud Retail.
Also, Shorts, Vtenv, Sh'p-stvjf "nil Clcji
Flour and Feed will be delivered to fami
lies if desired. His wgon will visit Mitllin,
Patterson and Perrysvilie three times a week.
)rdcrs lefi at the Store of John Etka in
Mifflin, or at Pennc'lHi Store in Patterson,
will be promptly attended to.
GRMX OF ALL KISm HO I GUT AT
.V A UK El' PRICES.
P. II. HAWN.
Boot aud Shoe Shop.
rpHE undersigned, fashionable Boot H
-I and Shoemaker, hereby respectful- P
ly informs the public thai he has locatedl
in the borough of Patterson, where he is pre
pared to accommodate the most fastidious in
Gents' Fine and Coarse Boots,
CHILDREN'S WEAR, u C.,.fC
Also, mending done in the neatest manner
and upon Ibe shortest notice. A liberal
share of public patronage is respectfully
solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed.
tTf Shop located on the east side of Tus
carora street, one door south of Maiu street,
nearly opposite Laird & Bell's store.
J. W. DEAN.
March 8, lS71-ly
REEDSVILLE MIFFLIN CO., PA.
DAVID I. ItIC i:. Proprietor-
The undersigned respectfully calls the at
tention of the public to the fact that he has
leased the hotel property i- Reedsville, for
merly occupied by Aaron Shoop. and is pre
pared to accommodate strangers and travel.
He will spare uo means to make the
Hotel unexceptionable in every particular.
He will exercise a personal supervision over
his Ear, Table and Stable. He respectfully
solicits a share of the patronage of tbe public
DAVID I. RICE.
Rcedsv-llc, April 10, 1871.
EXTRAORDINARY REDUCTION IN THE
PR1CEE OF GOUDS.
LAIIil) k BELL'S
Patterson, Juniata Co.. Pa.
The undersigned beg leave to tate, that
they have purchased from J. B. M. Todd, his
entire stock of goods, and will in ibe future
conduct the mercbantile business at the Old
Stand, in the borough of Patter on, Juuiata
county, la. where they snail endeavor to
keep constantly on hand a full and complete
LADIKS' dress goods, consist.
MO II A I US.
HATS AND CAPS.
LOOTS AND SHOES,
G LASS W A RE, C ROCKER Y,
Having just returned from tire city wiili the
above enumerated stock of goods, all of
which bare been purchased since the great
decline in Gold, we feel warranted in saying
that we can offer Goods at greatly reduced fig
ures for CASU OR COUNTRY PRODUCE.
mar23-tf LAIRD & BELL.
THE PLACE FOR UAUGAINS
PEmN ELL'S CHEAP STORE
IN PATTERSON, PA.
rpilE largest and best assortment to be
-L 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 suitid to the trade. My .stock
consists of a full assortment of fine andstaple
Embracing all the materials for men, women
and children's waie, including Hats and Caps,
Boots and Shoes, together wiih a large stock
of Muslins, Sheoting0 Llrillinga, Titfkingn, Oil
Cloths, Mattings, xc.
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
Such as French and English Mcrinoes, Pop
lins, Alpacas, lie Laines, plain and figured
Shawls, &c. and alsoalnrgstock of Notions,
siiih m tlovps. Mills. Ilii4iprv. Kinbrniilprd
ColIars an,i CufTs, and a general assortment
of Dress Trimnnugs.
Such as Snenrs. Syrups. Coffees, Teas and
Spices. Also, a large lot of QucensYtare,
j Hardware, Wocd and Willow Ware. Fish
l Salt and Naih. Together with a full assort
ment of Goo. is usually kept in a country store
BV3UHighe3t price paid for country pro
dace in exchange for goods. Prices to suit
the times Mny 1, 1871.
Bra iii Callls Fowflers.
This preparation, lonir Mid favorably
known, will thoroughly rc-invigorate
1t itn-ngthcninx and rimming ibe j
nrtifccrj down anil Inw-Jinntcd i.urw?.
sbumacn aim iuieuncs.
Jt is a sure preTentiTe of sll niense
incifJ'Tit to this anim.il. such u Ll'N4i
WATER, HEAVES, COWIIS, PH
T EM PER, FKVtfCKS, FOU.V If E K ,
LOSS OK APPETITE AND VITAL
EN'KRGY, kc. Iu use improves
the wind, increases the appetite
frires a smooth and ?Io.v akin and
i an morals me mierao.e eiteiww jW. -Jy z
Intoanne-lookinRandsptj-itei horse, f V 'j.tiO'wr
To k.rjjers of Cows this prepara
tion iii invHluxMe. It a tare pre-
Iventiveapain.n IiindeqH'ft. Hollow
Horn. etc. It has l)een prortn by
actual experiint-nt to iiicreaxe the
quantity of milk and cream twenty
Ir cent, and make the butler firm
and street. In fattrninir rattle, it
Kives them an apjetiteT loosens thtir hide, and makei
them thrive mncb faster.
Tn all diasea of Swine, such as Coughs, Ulcers n
ne L.unp, iiver. c.,tnis article acts
as a specinc. liy nuttinir from one-
will theatnTediitea.4ei( wilt beeradi iSSi
cati-d or entirely prevented. If eiven
in time, a certain preventive and
cure for Uie Hog Cholera.
DHID E. FOITZ, Propriftor,
BALTIMORE, M d .
For sale by tlrufrirlsts ana Storekwnera throughout
th L'aiwd Staten, Canadaii and Sot'Ui America, '
B. F. KETNER & SON. Agents. Mifflin
town, Pa. aug23-ly
Patented Dscekrek 7T:t( i36o.
OUR CKLEPK ATKD
GOLDEN FOUNTAIN PEN.
KefmUt'ffi!d. Ar'-nmofWAtrJ Iy all w! hnri
C -li h IVoMfliiL: Will uiFir n lajt,?n
Lt t-l P..l B..t i.- m'. I..
SOLD .LV B ' AJKTK. IW tti(
t ttimriavnld. 1'raii. t er fc: ier iir.t.l
J2 1 X0 Ma! I'tMMt, 1W -t::Ul tu ox?s u
O. eent; 11 fc?s l Vtt tne.Te bvz..1.
Western Tvhiashisg Co.
Manufacturers Ants, FUtsh-.irjh, Pa.
1 !''',?'1t,v:i I:,u ttecti:c ',
- - ' T A I I'KVSmiiU hy i iii"o1nrin,.. In wrl- 1
Inir for ltM gvr ywftr Nam. Town. County, nad
Mits p'sfniy wnuca, ul ttnicra Ui lutvl wlUl
:..i(M.;nh .r n inf.,- , : J
THE OLD ESTABLISHED FIRM,
. . RICHARDSON & CO.
' 126 Mabeit Stbict, Feuad'i ,
is the largest Manufacturing I'onfecti: lers
, ani "iioiesale Dealers i Fru;f,
Ma',, So., at i Csiiei ? trw
IOR SALE Three set of Cook Stove Pat
terns, No. 7, 8, and 9, Flasks and Follow
uoaras, all complete, by
SILAS S II AMP,
JcrJinuTA SujiTisti $1,50 cer year.
c' w X
OF THE ? AGE!
jOUIS B. ATKINSON,
Attorney at Law,
-Collecting and Conveyancing promptly
Office, second story of Court House, above
ATTORNEY AT LA JV,
Office on Bridge street, io the room .'orinerl y
occupied by Era D. Parrer. Esq.
g B. LOUDEN,
Offers his services to the citiiens of Juni
ata county as Auctioneer and Vendue Crier.
Charges, from two to ten dollars. Satisfac
tion warranted. nov3-6m.
1 T7 m
August 18, 1809-tf.
THOMAS A. ELDER, M. I).,
OfSce hours 9 A. M. to 8 P. M. CUice in
Bclford'a buildiug, two doors above iLeSn-
tind office. Bridge street. "S lb-t.
id. mnMt sa. id.,
HOiLEOPUATIC PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Having permanently located in the bcrough
of Miiliittown, offers his professional services
to ibe citizens of this place and lurrouuuing
Office on Main street, over BcUler's Drug
Store. "? 18 W.Mf
LEX. K. McCLUUE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Hi SOUTII SIXTH STREET,
G. W. HcPilERRAN,
pontes at Jmf
601 SANSO.M STREET,
aug 18 1803-17
QENTRAL CLAIM AGENCY,
JAMES SI. SELLERS,
'l41 SOUTII SIXTH STREET,
tffjt, Bounties, Pensions, Back fay, Horse j
Claims, State Claims, he., promi.iij" uiiecico.
No charge for information, nor when money
is not collected. oct-7-tf
Dr. S. A. Simpson
Treats all forms of disease, and may be con
sulted as follows: At bis office in Liverpool
Pa., every SATURDAY and MONDAY ap
pointments can be made for other days.
JfcgyCall on or address
DR. R. A. SIMPSON,
dec 7 Liverpool, Perry Co., Pa.
DAVID WATTS most respectfully announ-!
ces to the public that he is prepared to
SCHOOL BOOKS AID STATIONERY j
at reduced prices. Hereafter give him a c il! ;
at his OLD STAND, MAIN St., MIFFLIN, j
Oct 25-1 f
Mew JSmg Eiogc
TAR. J. J. APPLEBAUC.il has established
U aDruttand Prescription Store in the!
above - named place, and keeps a geueril as
VRUGS AXD 3IEDICIXES,
Also all other articles usually kept in estab
lishments of this kind.
Pure Wines and Liquors for medicinal pur
poses. Cigars, Tobacoo, Stationery, Confec
tions (first-class). Notions, etc., eic.
JijyThe Doctor gives advice free
IS71. rillLADKLPUIA. 1S71.
HOWELL & DOUHKE,
Paper Hangings & "Window Shades,
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL SALESROOMS,
Corner of Fourth and Market Streets,
j Factory Cor. Twenty-third ana Sansora Sts.
Oct. 4-3m !
. G. POSTLHTHWAITI. J. C. M'S AtmitTON j
; " :
A. G. POSTLETIIWAITE & CO , I
General Commission Merchants, j
THE SALE OF ALL KINDS OP COUNTRY !
No. IU l South Front Street,
J. M. KEPTlEilT
WnOLKSALE DEALEES IS
HATS AND CAPS.
503 Market Street, Philadelphia,
aug 18. 18fi9-ly.
BEST CIGARS IN TOWN
Two for 5 cents. Also, the Freshest Lager,
the Largest Oysters, the Sweetest Cider, the
Finest Domestic Wines, and, in short, any
thing you may wish in the
EATING OR DRINKING LINE,
at the most reasonable prices. lie has also
80 that it will now compare favorably with
any Hall in the interior of the State.
June 1, 1870-ly
IF YOU WANT. NEAT
SALEBILLS, POSTERS & BLANKS,
CALL AT TTIE SENTINEL OFFICE
A FINK assortment of Clotha, Cassimeres
Veetincs. &c..i ust reeriil .-a r '
V S. II. LOUDON, '
, i. n imjTTjmT I 1 I I II IH II M I H I i i M
'irr TiuahA l " (Siotaiog. ! pisrrtUsu'cu;.
I -irBf . '
For restoring Gray Hair to
its natural Vitality and Color.
A dressing which
is at once agreeable,
healthy, nud vfiuctuul
for preserving the
hair. Faded or gray
hair is soon restored
io its original co'or
with the ghss and
freshness of youth.
Thin hair is thick
ened, falling hair checked, and bald
ness often, though not always, cured
by its nsc. 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. Iastcnd
of fouling tho hair with a pasty sedi
ment, it will keep it clean and vigorous.
Its occasional use will prevent the hair
from turning gray or falling off, aud
consequently prevent baldness. Free
from those deleterious substances w hich
make some preparations dangerous and
iuiurious to the hair, the Vigor can
only beiiefo but not harm it. If wauted
nwrJly for a
nothing else can he found so desirable.
C'outainiug neither oil nor dye, it does
not soil white cambric, and yet lasts
h i-g ou the hair, giving it a rich glossy
lu.-.tre aud a grateful perfume.
Prepared by Dr. J. C.Ayer & Co,,
PRACTICAL AND ASALITICAL ClIEjUSTS,
USE THE BEST.
Nine jrear3 before the rnWic,
and no preparation for the hair lias
ever been produced equal to Hall's
a Vegetable Sicilian Hair Ilenewcr,"
anl every honest dealer will say it
gives the best satisfaction. It re
stores GRAY TTAIH to its original
color, eradicating and preventing
dandruff, curing BALDNESS and
promoting the gro-. th cf the hair.
The gray and brashy hair by a few
spplie.-itions is changed to black anil
si!'-:y locks, nn-.l w.iy ward hair will
assume anv shav.s the wearer desires.
It it the cheapest HAIR DRESS
ING in the world, find its i-ai-ctslast
longer, a.i it excites the glands to
furnish the nutritive principle fo
necessary to the lif3 of the hair. It
gives the hair that pplendid rppcar
ance so much admired by all. By its
touie and stimulating: properties it
prevents the hair from falling out,
and none need be without Nature's
ornament, a good head cf hair. It is
the first real perfected remedy ever
discovered for curing diseases of the
hair, and it has never been equalled,
and wc" assure the thousands who
have used it, it "is kept tip ta its
original high standard. Our Treatise
on the Hair mailed free; send lor it.
Eij'.tllij aU Di-usj'.sis an-l Dtnlcrs in 'ccines.
rrica Cne Dollar Fer Eott'e.
R. P. HALL &. CO., Proprietors.
LAB0EAT0KT, HA3EUA, V. H.
Tus INGRLD1ENT3 THAT
;co.:posr: kosaoau. rm
put.llMH.d on every p-n !;n:. I'.r c
;;bre it i pot a sctrtrf p L'p..ri"iiia,
i iiin t ..V) i i.L .i i.ui, i;
ft is a c'fiaTn cure for Srr-i.filn,
:'yihiliiTi r.i its f m-.., K!ir?'.iin.i-ti.-in,
Skin l.isr-ases, 1 ixvr diiri
Ui::t and all d.caL3 of t!.o
w. ,.:i.i L. .a. -...-I
will do irro 3jr'il t!ia:i ten hollies
tit tiij- Svriiiu cf SaranirilKv
THZ UNOZnSIGN-0 PHVSiCIANS
have mod ul.ilis in theirpractice
tbr .lre p'rst llirec years and freely
endorse it as a reliable Allcrati'o
and Lluod Purihi.-r.
DP.. T. C. TUG n. of Baltimore.
O't. T. J. BOY K IX.
. i it. ;.. w.cahr; "
I) It. F. O. PN Kf.LY,
U.l. J. S. SPAHK..S, ot Xichehuville,
Dtt. J. L. HcCAHTIIA, Co'.umLU,
DIl. A. B. XOELES, Kilgccomb, N. C.
TJ3ED AT.D ESD02SED EI
J. B. FRLNCH & O.NS, Fall River,
F. V. SMITH, Jn-kson, Slirh.
A. F. WHKHkll. Lima, Ohio.
D. IfAI.I., I.imi. Oiiio.
CRAVtN & CO., t;-nonsvi!le, Va.
SA.M-I.. G. IcFADD., Aiurfrecs
Our rniro will not allnw of any ex
tended rcpiaiks in relation to t!;e
virtnesot' Ko ;(!a!ii. Toihe Uoiiinl
Prolcsion wo fruamnTe a Kluiu Kx
trartsnjierirr tn any they have aver
ued ia the trra-n'cnt tt' diseased
ttlooI; and to ttieaithrted we say try
Rosaila! i. and vou wiil he reir l
Bosa.ialis is sold hv all Dnii-risr.
price 9 per bane. Address
ua. cisssra & ca.
New Tin and Stove Establishment,
rerrystill,; Juniata County, Pa
rpiIF. undersigned has opened out a new
-L Tin and Stove 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. &e.
He will also give prompt attention to all os-
ders for Kooting. bpouting and Jobbing, all
of whioh he guarantees to put up with the
best of material and in a workman-like man
ner. Having had over ten years experience
ia the business he flatters himself that he
can give entire satisfaction to tbe public.
He keeps on hand tbe celebrated Nitnrod
Cook Stove, which is the best baker, most
economical and heaviest plated stove now in
use. He will keep on hand the Oriental
Heateis, and a general assortment of the best
Stoves manufactnred. JOHN DUNBAR.
ILL TJLA1N and Fancy Job Printing neatly exe
' I X ented at this 0ffie.
IARGEST STOCK of Dress Goods in the
J ceuKty atTijlen & "Espenschaile's.
V. W. IIARLCY &. CO'S
CHEAP CLOTHING STORE.
Ncvin's Xew Building, Bridge
This way for Bar-
M m. M U WW
in Nevin's new building, on bridge street.
we are prepared to do a large business, and
have jur,t received a
HEW ASSOFvTlIEST C? GOODS,
Over Coats Press Coats, Business Coats,
Common Coats, Pantaloons, Vests, Hats,
Boots and Shoes of evsrj description,
style and quality, for male or female.
BOYS' READF .MADE CLOTKING
Also, Carpet White Shirts, Fancy Over
Shirts, UnderShirts. Drawers, Hosiery.
Gloves, Linen and Paper Colars.
Cravats and Ties, Trunks, Um
brellas, Travelling Dags &c.
Also, the latest styles of Ladies' Cloaks, Cir
culars and Furs.
Persons in want of anything in onrlincwiV.
save money by civinpj us a call before pur
chasing elsewhere, as we are determined to
sell cheap for casa.
BQ. Don't forget the corner, P-ridge and
D. '.v. HAHLEV & CO.
May 1. 187:.
NEW BOOT & SHOE SHOP!:
la Kevin's Ezvr SuilJing ca
IilllDGE 3TUEET, .MIFI- U.NTO'.V.V
' ? H V. nu lersigncd, late of the firm of Fa.
1. sick & North, wonll rc'pcctfnry an
nouncctotho public that he has opened af
Doi't end Shoe Shop in Muj:r Nevin's New !
liiiilding. oa liridi;e s'reet, .MliHii town, and ,
is prepared to manufacture, of the win ina- ;
terial, all kinds of !
COOTS, SHOES AND GAITEIIS.
j ;kxts', ladies axd childijex
j !!c al o liecps ca hand a lare aud wtlt
I selecred stock of-
! cf all kinds, lor men. women and children
ALL WORK trim AN Tim.
tirve me a call, for I feel cwnMcnt llmt
U.IM III I ,',U . u nil v . nu (.1 Will K IIIU
. . " -
. . ' " ..... v. ,
f ji" liepriiiing done neatlv and at reason
able ratrs. , j". L. NOKTH.
LADIES' FANCY FURS!
J O II X F A H E I II A .
718 AllCH Street, Middle ..f il faUoW. be-
Iwe.-n n I fill. Sis . S.iuth Side,
Importer, Munufactnrer and D.T.Ier in al!
kiudj and quality of
roi: ladies' a;-i chii.diu-;-
Hairing iiJ'pored a very large and spiendid
ns-oi lini-iii irf r.t! tlie 1 : fl'e n i kinds of Fur;
tiom tirst hands- in Kur.ip and have h.-ui
lir-in ia.de up by the mom skillful w-rknirn.
tv ;ti!d respeei fully mviie tlie readers of tliis
piper to call ii n I cxamim- his fprv 1-irge ami I
benuiil'ii! :tssiirtiiif.nt.,if Fancv ,.. jr '
u'te and CluUIren. 1 inn determined if sill al .
as ; t pnrc-i w.t tiny oilier respccintiie Itnus, (
iu this ci:y. II Fur w.rrant'il. Xu im'-rcj't-csfutjriuu
to rjTret atles.
JOHN FA nr. IP. A,
TIS Arch Street, Piiiin-leiphia.
Oct. IS. 1ST!-:; nii. I
Rally to the Place where yen can bay j
inrr tl't-11 Pan.- r"..,. I
'THE iindersignrd t-.Ue ihis nieihol of in
A forming the public that lie line just re
ceived at his residence on Tnird Street, M;l
Hiiilown, a lire n-si.rtmeiit of
of various styles, ahich h.- utters fur s.ile :
CIIKAPKK than can t,e p-.iicliuscl elsewhere '
in.the eminty. All per.-nns in need ofihej
above article, and wishing .o save iimnev. are :
invited to cull an I
examine his stuck and
hrnr his prices belnre K'sintr eNewhere.
CrtS-I-arge supply conrlatil ly on hau l. ;
MMDS UVSOM. '
Mifflintown. April.',. 1871-if
IX PATTERSON. '
O AMc-EL II. UOLLMAN r-'sri cifu'lv an
I -"ucf s i" iuh purine in ii ue U is reecut-
. L 1 . i : . . .'.
y uptne.l aidu-in-iker a ftlioj, iu ihe bur.
ounh of Piiterson. and is prepare. 1 to
utacture, in a neat and durable maimer.
WAGONS OF ALL HINDS,
From a Four-horse Farm ingon to a One -
AH Kinds of Itepairin: wilt Kpccive
(iruin ami j.mnlicr T.-ikru in j
J-... i e ,i. , I
CUaiip,0 IOP Wt l K.
tOz. By careful attention to busines, and;
byturningo.it eoperior work, he hopes to j
merit ami receive a large share of rublic
. ,, , , , j
feiT CrOOtt Oak Plank Wanted.
fXfcV 1, 1871-1 i
JUNIATA VALLEY BANK
M I FFLIXTO WX, TEXX 'A .
JOSEPH POMEROV, President.
T. VAX IRVIX, Cashioi.
Joseph Pomeroy, ,John J. Patterson,
Jerome N. Thompson, Oeorpe Jacobs,
Loan money, receive deposits, pay interest
on lime deposits, buy and sell coin and Uni
ted States Bonds, cash, coupons and checks.
Remit money to any part of the United States
and also to England, Scotland, Ireland and
Germany. Sell Revenue Stamps.
In sums of $200 at 2 per eeut. discount.
In sums of $500 at 2 per sent, discount.
In suibs of S1000 at 3 per cent, discount.
MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA CO., PA.
SIMOX B. ALBIUGIIT, Proprietor.
Rooms large and comfortable the Table
supplied with the 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
patrorage is solicited. mavl7, 71
The "Guyper" Market
THE undersigned, having pni(.v
S. H. Browa the renowned
Market Car, desires to inform his
Mitllin, Patterson and vicinity, an,) .
lie generally, that he will run ihe
larly, leaving MitBrn Station every i.
noon mr ma x..3ti;ru mnrKeis aarl
i on WEDNESDAY, loaded with
7E&ETAELES OF AIL EDi D3 H y
And Everytbine I'sualtv farri.,
Market Car. j
Also, FreLrlit Carriei, at S:;
Ei.9s, Ether Waj.
Orders from merchants and others
EC" Fiompt attention to bujinn,
given and satisfaction guaranteed.
Orders left at Joseph rennr( Ki
Patterson, will receive attention. I
O. W. Kir.
April 28, 1S71.
rjHE undersigned hereby re.pcct'r--i-
forms ihe cit.'zecs of Mifflin;
Patterson that his wajon will ripji .'
these towns on Tl'ESDA V, THl'R'j,'
S ATl'R DA V tnorr.injs of each wj' '
they cm be supplied with
Veal, Mil ton.
curing i he srunmer season, and ak, .
:iim SAl'SAtiE in seaon. I rur-, .'
nishint; Beef everv Tn'esdav an,!
j rooming, aird Veil and Muitfin evrr.-'
j day nu.rniii;;. (live m-; your pntivi,,',.'
; wiil gu iniurse to s.-Jl n, ,10, ru..; '
country can produce, an I ns c!i.-,., i
j other butcher in tat eminty. '
June 1 1, I ; , t
FK ESIi BEEF, VEAL i
1 HE mi dcrstprncd wrnld rcj.fif.,r
nilimrp Tn ,IA ntilttn tl.... 1.- i
taca-ed the i;,.,rl,.iie Business, a,""
' W:':'"" will timI Miffinitown :in l
: rri'sniv i ti-i....i
. :eh w;ien ,;r ejt:;.
i of purc!iain?
, LXTUV IIKKK.
..l .t r..
'"'i' Hiin innri any citier "i-r.j
niy asks the i-itiz.-m 10 srive him
1 iiirin iriHi uc sil?t clienp,.
w.. , niff I 1111 U 1 . .' ..,l,..u K.
. mi. 1'ii.n niiy oiucr nutc ht in r ,
. .1. ... .i .
- 1 A.pril IS"! if ' '
j -- - ' '-- 7.
! J o i; WORK.
run itEAHtns or this pai lu ji:
CALL AT Til E SEXTI.NEL Wr '
they have jo mokkto:;;
j U.K AKE T0
i k -v 'J I" A L L O 11 1 K ? f
L'LAXKS, i,-. .
AT SttllttT XOTICK,
AXD AT .MI CH LOVEU Tl'.K
ii e r. eto fori: offee:
TO THE CI I IZK.VS (if
J V S I A T A C O 1" S TI
i NORTHERN CENTRAL RAfi.Fi'
i WINTER TIME TABLE
I lirrush am! Direct It out e to VY.i'lui
tun. linttiiuore, Klaura, Cur.
liuHalo, Kuc hrslf r unit
TKAINS DAILY fnm
five to W.-i.liiiijrtou ami Raltiramr
ami FOUR TKAINS DAIIA
to aud Five from t V- Xnrtli
and Vt t Branch Sus
Uf hiiniia, aad
Xiuth.-rti atid UVstern Pcntisjlva!;:;--Xi
IS AND AFTi.rt Mtl.ND.4V. N"V
171. the trains on the N.itl.fm1
, Railway wiil run as follow
! ! l"- 1 B lts 'eaves r.allunore t:.'
leaves liiirrisburg lrl
leaves Wiliinmsporf Tr " : "
I n. rr.,,. zZZJz
I leaves Harristuir? W:P ''
i Iraves WillUms...Tit
ie.lTt;s Ku,:r, ::. a
arrives at Canand ignn.. K'- '
Fast Line leaves Rnliiniore lit
l-'nves Ilairiribiirrr t l
unites at Wi!l;am.prl
"''kx -'x leaves Rabimore w-
arrives at Harrisbtirp... I'- ' :
Krik Mail ninth leaves llan isb , I" ''
arr. at Sunbury Iii -
Mail Tkain leaves Klniira 5.'"
leaves Wiiliamsport !:!'
arrives at Baltimore...- ''
nrrr.tL Ex leaves Canandaigna-...
1-aves Elmira -
in iiii ,ori . ...-
leaves Harrisbcrg -
j arrives at Baltimore .... 7-"'
Cim-is'i Ex. leaves Harrisburg 1" V:
j arrives at Ballimure...- i-'
! EittE E.xrre's leaves Wiiliamsport...- ft-'.,
j leaves Sunbnry 1,'
; arrives at Harrisbiirg...!! ";
j arrives at Bnltimo.-e . "
Eei M viL -oaih leaves Williamsp"tll:' A
I leaves Sunhury Ji'
arrives at Harrisburg... ; ,T
I Pac trie Ex. south leaves Harrisb g I-1
arrives at Baltimore-...
Balt. Arc. south leaves Harrishur; '
arrives at Baltimore...
Mail Train north and south. Tast
north. Pacific Express south, Erie
south, and Baltimore Accommodation
daily except Sunday.
Buffalo Express north and south dairj
Vtestern Express north daily.
For further information apply attli'
Office in the I'ennsvlvania Bailrnad D
"ALFRED R. lift1
TnE undersigned, manufacturer of ''
son's Improved Plow, calculate1!
kinds of plowing, and in all kinds of f'"
sold cheaper than any other Plo ...
County. He manufactures all kinds
ings. Bells, Stoves. &c. He will al? 1
reapers and threshing machines. G'"'
cal), or address.
J. H. ROGER
Walnut r l
ang 18 18)0 -tf Juniata O
GO to the Jcmata SESTisri. Job
Office for all kinds of Plain ami ''