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jt Jnitiala SfRtincI.
sjEDStSDAT MORNIKO, JUNE 19, 1872.
PK3SSVLVANIA RAILROAD. ON AXD
Vr SundT. June 2, 1872, Passenger
oVwill lea" Mifflin Station aa follows :
Philadelphia Express.. 12,56 A. M
Frt Line 1 47 A. M.
Pddfic Express 8,08 A. M.
jj4rri(,b'g AcconimoJa'n 11,28 A. M.
Jhil Twin 5,30 P. M.
Oiacinnati Express...... 8,31 P . M.
f nutbern Express 2,34 A. M.
throu?b Passenger 4.51 A. M.
Pacific Expresf 5.56 A. M.
Wr Passenger 3.41 A. M.
C;inn.t,Espre 13.86 P.M.
Mail Train P. M
v.ct Line '
X sac l m'-
8,00 P. H.
t Snips when sipnali
IO H.N AND COIi.NTKY.
The Juniata Sentinel will pub
lish all of tlie county printing
as heretofore, so that no reader
liall be. del rived of t lie infonn-
that such documents im-
Thriving The com.
" r""V "i -I,.
JvVTUtS lor Bale l u. a.
Locusts are noify ou Lost Creek ridge,
Mii.to.n has car works that employ
HMAKI.Mi has conituenctd.
of grafs is not large.
A Union county m;io named Kleckner
has gnnc into the circus bu.-iness.
The Cbired peojle will ho'd a pic nic i
hi Sch ei( r"s I on the -G u inst !
Sijin're Jacobs has put a lailir.g around .
tlie ruins of the old tavern stand. Com-
The I.ewtVtoan Gu.tt'c sty?, ' This:
i loeut year in tlie region iiouti and '
eft of Jack's Creek " i
Thk Yeagertuwn cr.ngr gation. sorce
tfii nr twelve ihtvs ::, trive their nS-
ti.r. Kcv. t; G. tlianaon, a donr.li.m o
A black uiaie was stolen from the pas- j
... - - u in
lure In 1J ot -Vinson -orns n nuniing
iloii rciinty. on the night of the 5th inst.
Kiwald offer; .1. i "0
Last Tiiutr-day nilit four men ts
cupe.l from the U iliiamsport j til. T!:ey
r.tv.'d a h ir out ot theii
r.'ie of ti e. In, ami h it
wiuiowt m.iie a
ual i oinmeiicemeiit of
The 12ot!i Ai
I'riiirrt'iti ('ij.'iv?" "H le hfbl on W'v.l
iihm'.sv. the 2t''t!i iu-t. l'nparatory st-r-
vi 'e to comtiii ncr on tlie Sunday pre-Cf-iii
g tliat da'e
Yi!.i:t:it M.-Vahas, u-Mdii.Koii Water,
street, had two ttn-s .m his lit font MUih !
el en M.in.'ay h.st, by a heavy piece or
timlM-r filling up in them while be was I
at woik h.l,.iug to ini-e the frame work
f .Sul..uira new war ht.tise. ;
A liiiitd'f-r of students ,f Ai-y View j
A.-adeniT ti.l our town a fU ing i.-it on I
Satnnlay evening Lift. Wellei's let
t'i.-.im ...l,.an was vi.-it.d. and the deli-
rieca ctf-a:ii alwajs to be hal there, par-
i i ..... ! "TT. .. ... e
.Ierat.dVb..BM be .t once rrenbted. else
i iir ptrit'iu 1 1 et tit. iuij g to i'ui tit hi
.t!.er f,oull will eisne; when phytic
i needed take Prri' Vur-jaUct filh ;
i!.. r i i a i :
tin y are a s:i!i'. whulesoine and natural
in' d'einf '
Tlie Mnncy Valley Farmers' Club
have determined to semi one of the
.Muncv V..lley youths to the Agricultu-1 WRg drowned in their absence. The
rJ College iu Centre county, and pay l,irm was given. The young men aud
lite expenses 0r his education out of the ,.ig1l1rg dove to and searched the hot
funds of the chit.. Leic'tlu rg O.ron- ' tm f ,ie dum for the body of the unfor
" ' . . j lunate young man. After about twenty
Till-: I -nnsylvauia Railroad Company minutes' search the body was found, but
it fteadily pushing the woik of construct i life was extinct, and no human power
ii a c-..il platfnim at l'atternon. The , could restore it. The event cast a gloom
tiat-k to the platform will be raised on ' over the School and surrounding coun-tres-tle-woik
high enough above the Lick- j try, and occasioned the following reso-
i: s Cp ek roid to admit of the pnssatre
of wagons and canines under it
A sn ! knt has found the
i.f Mmkespear: " i
turner will I.ist you right years." The j the following resolutions iu honor and
s inJ' tit i t w fht'm-5 that Sh:ikespear was . memory of our deceased hrother of to
prej-h.-t. lit I). m.-.crats make faces at ciety and fellow student.
,1 ... , , , . II Itertat. It has pleased Almighty
the preuictum ; hut they are used XGttAt-m tlie dispensation of the provi
m iiiuig f,lces . ,l,(.y been at it for ; deuce, to remove from the living our bite
twelve years. j brother of society an I fellow student
Tnc-r 'T "i i . vi 1 Chas. C. McCulloh ; and
Lot-A pocKet l.o.k, between J.if.( mereatt It ia 1(llt jU6t and proper
m and Oakland Lut believed to havS j that WQ tlya& notice t lis eveut in a
been liiFt at the former place containing mauner expressive of our filings and of
?8 , more or less and a number of re j our appreciation of his worth, and that a
cetpis, valuable only to the owner
nnder will greatly oblige the owner by
informing I',.t,.r Y,her at MeAlister
ville of its whereabt.nts.
fc'ic 8alk Kicbr.rd Doyle, ad -j
wiiiistrator of the estate of Martha Wood-
a i -,i ,i ....i t: i..
at the late residence of said deceased, in
towiifbip, on Friday, June 21st,
1872, three cows, two hogs, four scaps of
lees and a lot of household and kitchen
furniture. Sale at 10 o'clock.
I-ASTThursdav afternoon Richfield was
j , 0 .
visited by a violent storm of wind and ! members of society.
i . I AV idced. That a copy of the above
rain. A new frame barn just erected by , ne "er , r f -i r A .
j ' I be transmitted to the family of the de
ar. Jacob Pile, was blown from tts fonn-1 ea?ed and to the Frostburg and Mifflin -dation
and rntirelv demolished, and a i n,,a fnr nublicatinn aud also a
number of other buildings were destroy
ed to a degree that will require consider
able expense to repair. A house in Rich
field, we have been informed, was un
roofed, and many appletrees iu the vi
cinity were uprooted.
J . - -
Milto was visited by a heavy storm
on last Wednesday afternoon. The
frame work of a new rolling mill was
blown dowli. The lightning struck the
Lutheran church and a house and barn
j belonging to Mr. M Reader. The barn
, . . ,
J "nJ contents were consumed by the fire
kindled by the lightning.
Farm fob Salk Samuel King will
offer for sale, on Saturday, June 29th,
1872, his farm in Milford township, con
taining 103 acres, with dwelling house,
summer house, and tenant bouse thereou
erected. Also a good orchard on the
tarm, and a stream or vattr running
through it. Sale at 10 o'clock.
Water cooleu.8 and Ice Pitchers for
sale at Graj bill's.
If Johnson' Anotyite Linmrnt is half
as valnaMe as people say it is, no family
should be wit'iout it Certainly no per
son, be be lawyer, doctor, minister, or of
any other profession, should start on a
journey without it. Xo sailor, fisherman
or woodman should be without it. In
fact, it is reeded wherever there is an ache,
sprain, cut, bruise, cough or cold.
Yestrkday a barefooted woman.
about 30 J'""- with a cLilJ ial
arms and a large buudlc oil her back ac-
companied by a little giil, also with a
bundle on her back, passed along the
guttcis picking np cigar stumps and to.
lot . . r 1
bacco cuds, fcuch cast away stuff makes
a good qnaltity of smoking tobacco and
snuff. Pipes and snuff henceforth es
chewed by this office.
A large assortment of Dinner Bells
of the best quality for sale cheap at
Graybill's Hardware Store.
PENFIELD'S RADICAL CURE TRUSS,
x sure cure for Hernia or Rupture Also
a l,arg Variety of other kinds of Trusses,
Shoulder Braces, Atidominal Suppor
ters a new stock just received attha
FATT22S0IT DEUS STOLE.
PhyHeiaus and others in need of trusses
will find the largest stock in the county
to select from, and au experienced Sur
i;eou to attend to the wsuts of customers.
Farmers and others in ueed of Chains
will find a large lot of all kinds at Gray-
bill's Hardware Store
Xotice TO TaX-I'a VKKS. Notice is
erehy given that all persons who wil!
; pay V tlie Collectors of State, County
I m ml Militia Tax the amount rf their tax
j in full for ihe year 1S72. on or before the
j St coad day r.f September, 1S72, will be
allowed an abatement o TeU 1'er Cent
All delinquents af'er that date will be
I required to pay the full amount of their
tax an charged ia dnplieate.
a.i utiiiectors lor io3 win ue requir
ed to collect and settle their respective
duplicates in full, ou or before April
court IS? 3
I'lCKS, Fhovels, Spades. Hors, Folks,
Ax,.g Hatchets, and everything
i the Hard are Hue can be bought at
c,n bill's at the very lowest prices.
DOWXKi.-Lt Thursday, Charles
C McCulloch, of Frot thmg. Maryland
with three companions, all students of
Academia, went to l'omcroy's mill dam
to lja,,e. One of the young men, who
iias been so uuftriunae as to require tlie
,,, uf criltt.bes, concluded not to t-fter
tHe wntcr aft(.r tl1(.y reached the UjUhing
place. The tliree orhers entered the
water. There is au inland in the cam.
Ground, this i-lmd two of the young
hiPn concluded to sim. They started
lI-ir c0""' Ii avi"S Vc:ull.h in the
water where they entered. When the
nv'1' swimmers returned to the near siJe
uf the island, they were horrified by the
information of their ciipple friend on the
sli0re, that their comp:miin, McCulloh,
lutions from his fellow students of the
Till BUTE AO RksITCT.
, ... ,.. . .... ....
1 llieui, nun l uitu, euvit:in:p, uaiiig
convened in mutual convention, adopt
tribute oe reuaerea dj us to uis mem irjr
therefore be it
lletoh-ril. That while we bow in bum
ble submission to the will of an all wise
Providence who doeth all things well,
yet we mourn the loss of our brother of
society and fellow student
j Rtfdcd, That, though bis voice is
ibufhed in death in our memories, he
hall ever live in our hearts, his virtues
he ever cherished aud bis example be
Rrroh-ed. That we sincerely sympa
thize with the family and friends of the
deceased in this melancholy bereavement.
Retolerd That the soci-ties go in
mourniii? in a manner prescribed by the
copy be presented to the pastor of the
lUWll pur- .
Lower A uscarora inurcu.
W B. Blair.
A L. Niblus,
M. F Liason,
C. B. Bbisbi.v,
Commencement Exercises at Tusca
rora Female' Seminary will open on
Tuesday evening, 26th inst , at 8 o'clock,
by a lecture by Rev. L. B. W. Shryock.
On Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock,
the exercises of the graduating class will
take place. The graduates are Miss
Annie Conelburg, of Philadelphia ; Miss
Clara Swcnck, of Swcnksville, Mont
gomery Co , Pa ; Miss Mattie Rosen-
berger, of Jenkinstown, Montgomery
Co., Pa. The old graduates, former pripils
and the public generally are cordially
iuvited to attend. Exercises in Presby
terian church. '
A LA BOB lot of Grindstones just re
ceived at Graybill'S Hardware Store
Will be sold at the lowest prices.
Thb Nbw Yohk Circus The New
York Circus will visit Mifflintown on
Wednesday, June 2Gth. This celebra
ted troup is oue of the best now traveling
and is highly spoken of by the press in
all places where they have exhibited.
The Managing Director, Alex. Robiu-
inson, is an old caterer to the public, and
fully understands what i necessary to
make up a popular amusemeut. lie has
secured the services of the most promi
nent artists, male and female now living,
and bis stud of performing horses aud
ponies are unexcelled, while bis corps of
trained mules affords infinite amusement
to young and old. From what we bare
heard of his company we believe it to be
worthy of public patronage, and expect
to see a large audience in attendance at
their performance. The best of order is
maintained by the management both
within and out of the tent, and nothing
said or done calculated to offend the
most fastidious, and the performances are
of a high toned, moral character.
GOLD AND SILVER
At the Patterson Dni Store,
Come and havo yoor eye sight re-
MIFFLINTOWN & PATTERSON MARKETS
PU1CES of doaud of commerce
Reported weekly for the Jtstata Sexthel
by the liusrd of Commerce of Mifflin and Pat
Butter t lb It)
Eg(t. V dm 15
Lard, tti 8
Country Soap 8
Wool, washed . t'5
Dried Apples 10
Pec'ie9, pared 20
" I'eache. unpared 15
' Cherries, pitted 2'
" Blackberries 10
" llaspherries 16
Country Hnni 12
Sides and Shoulders 7
Potatoes, 1 bus
Ground Alum Salt, sack
Locust I'ofts, mortising
" " for board fence..
SHELLEY STAMBAL'GH'S PRICE3 CUR
RENT. Corrected Weekly.
Cktstal Palace, Mifflintown,!
June 19, 1872.
Prime Roll Butter, per lb- lt
EpfS, per dozen lr
I.t rd, per 11) - 08
Tallow, per !b - 8
ttried Apples, per lb 00
Bacon. Sides smoked, per Itj 06
Shoulder, smoked, " 06
Hams. ' " 12
Washed Wool CO
D. K. SCI.til'KF'S PKIOK3 CCIIREN'T.
White Wheat, $ bus- $1 f5
Red " " - 1 30
Cloverseed 4 50
Timothy seed 3 50
Prepared Coal, V ton $5 50
Nut 4 50
Pea " " - 3 10
Bituminous" " - 5 00
Run of Log, 4 4, 1000 ft $55 00
6-8, " 25 00
. ....25 00io40 00
6-4, ' 25O0to40 00
nemtoCk Frame, " 20 00
Boards. " 20 00
Whitepine worked Flooring...- 35 00
' Germ at. Siding -.. 35 00
Panel Doors 2 00 to 3 00
Window Sash, 8x10, j) window. 65
" " 3x12. 75
10x12, " P0
' " Itlxtl, ' " 90
rHiL.tPKti kiA. June 18. 1872.
flora The market is dull and prices fa
vor buyers ; only a limited demand prevails
lo supply the local trade whose purchasees
foot up 900 bbls, including
Superfine $6 00(5-6 50
Extras f 7 00(,7 "5
N. W. Extra Family $S 5'S9 25
Ohio & Ind. do. do $9 50(S)10 00
Penna. do. do. - $9 2n(S9 60
Fancy Brands...- $10 251150
Gb.uk There is no spirit iu the Wheat
market, and prices hare acownward tenden
cy. Small sales of Western and Venn red at
$2 10, amber at $2 15 and white at $2 I5a
2 1H. Rye is nomnal at 95e Corn is in
limited request ; sales of 4000 bus yellow at
68ai9c, 1500 bus mixed at 65a66e. Oats are
depressed, sales of white at 50e.
PHILADELPHIA CATTLE MARKET.
Monday, June 17 4 P. M.
Choice Beef Cattle were scarce and in de
mand this week, but other discretions were
dull end neglected ; about 2200 bead arrived
and sold at lbs Avenue drove yard at 78c
for extra Penn. and western Sters;OJic
for fair to cood do, and 5aGc lb gross, for
common, i ne maraet ciosea auu.
Cows and Calves continue as dull aa ever,
with tie tendency of prices still in buyer's
favor. Sales of springers at $22a35, and
fresh cows at $ 25s 45.
Shies The market has been quite dull
since our last, and with liberal offerins pri
ces deelined. Sale of fair and ehoica at
5a61c V lb ; common at $2a3 ft head, and
MIDnfl - IftllQ Tp If,
GO to the Jcsiata SEtrriKEt Job Printing
Office for all kinds of Plain and Fancy
FINE assortment of Cloths, Cassimeres,
Vestings, &c, txst received and for sale
The BIG SHOW
here on the 26th.
WOODWARD On the 29ih ult'., in ahl-
ford township, Mrs.' jlartba, Woodward, age3
about 72 Tears.
ROBISON On tie SOch alt., in Ferman
agh township, Mr. James Robisan, in' the
64th year of bis age.
BUCK On the 14th inst., in the borough
of Patterson, James Buck. aed about 75
SNYDER On the 15th Inst., hf Thomp
sontowD, Mary Kline Snyder, only daagfcter
of Amos and Mary A Snyder, aged 6 mos.
and 22 days.
Our darling has gone ; then why are we
Since Jesus has called her abore
Her tout is at rest ; from sorrow relieved,
Through the blood of a Savior's love.
New Lumber Yard.
BEYER, GUYER & CO.
Have opened a Lumber Yard in the bor
ough of Patterson. and are prepared to fur
nish all kinds of lumber, such as
Siding, Flooring, Studding,
Paling, Shingles, Lath, Sash, &c,
in large or small quantities, to suit eus
3TSU Fersons wanting Lumber by the car
load can be supplied at reduoed rates.
BEYER, GUYER & CO.
George Goshen, Agent.
Paltarson, May 15, '72-tf
BOOTS & SHOES,
HATS AND CArS,
WOOD & WILLOW WARE
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS,
TABLE OU CLOTHS, &C, &C.
Ef5 If yon want to see an entire new
stock of Roods at Low Prieaa, soil ,t
HEW CRYSTAL PALACE BUILDING,
SHELLEY & STAMBAUGH.
Nov. 29, 1871.
LIST OF LEADING ARTICLES A PRICES
reported weekly by C. ISA 111 LEY, op
posite the Tust Office, Mifflintown, Fa :
Butter - 10
Eggs - 15
Lard 10 12
Cheese, Ohio 22
New Yo.-k . 25
Molisses, 1'ono Kico, gal ' 60
" New Orleans 1 00
S-riip, Honev Bee 05
" Melted Sugar 1 00
Sugar, Granulated - 17
B - 14
" Extra C . 13
" Y.llow C 12j
" Brown 11
Coffee, Rio, Choice 30
" Fair V-
" ' Roasted (Arbuckles) 32
Tea, Imperial, Finest 1 00
" Oolong. " 1 00
Raioius, Valentia.- 20-
" Layers. .. 2o
I'ruens, French - 20
Soap, Rosin h 6
Olive 8 10
" Babbit 12 15
Salt, Ground Alum 2 00
" Dairy 10al5
Mackeral, No. 2 (new) J bbl 3 60
lirooms, No. 1 40
" No. 2 - 85
No. 3 - 30
Tubs. Cedar..... 1 50a I 75
Buckets, Painted, 2 hoops. .. 25
Slaw Cutters..: 50
Tin Cups - 8
Tin Dish Pans ..; 60
Tin Cullendeis 40
Tin Wash Pans 30
Tin Buckets 60
Boots, Men's Calf 5 25
Kip 4 50
Gaiters, Ladies' Lasting 2 00
Potatoes, I rich 60
Sweet, lp peck 40
Coal Oil, V gallon 40
Cash paid for eggs. .
THE GREAT DISCOVERY.
KunkeFs Bitter Wine of Iron.
KUNKEL S BITTER WINE OF IRON will
cure all diseases arising from a disordered
liver and stomach, such as constipation, flat
ulence, inward piles, fullness of bloou to the
head, acidity of the stomach, nausea, heart
burn, disgust of fond, fullness or weight in
the stomach, sinking or fluttering at the pit
of the stomach, swimming at the head, hur
ried or difficult breathing, fluttering at the
heart, choking or suffocating sensations when
in a lying posture, dimness of vision, c.
Price, $1. per bottle. E. F. Kunkel, propri
etor, 259 North Ninth street, below Vine.
Philadelphia. For sale by Druggists. If
your druggist has it nat, enclose $1. to my
address aa above, and it will come by next
express train, and advice free of charge.
Feb 28 '?2-6m..
IF YOU WANT NEAT
SALEBILLS, POSTERS & BLANKS,
CALL AT THE SENTINEL OFFICE
ty 600115, (&xmxt$, Qutmvtm, &r.
First in the Field with our New Goods for the
' ALL THE NOVELTIES OF THE SEASON
TILTEN & ESPENSCHADE'S.
DOLLY VARDEN THE GREAT RAGE
in AVoolen and Cotten Materials.
Alexis Cloths, Japenese Strips
The Popular Goods, in tfew and Choice Styles.
Maripose Pekas, Figured and Stripes,
The Handsomest and Cheapest.
Yosemite Marseilles, Stripes,
In Beautiful Designs.
BLACK AND COLORED SILKS, ALPACCAS,
And a Lost of other things which mast be seen to be appreciated.
WHITE GOODS DEPARTMENT,
Of any aud everything at prices which defy competition.
One of the best in the county, embracing all the New and Best Ftles
for the Spring and Summer Trade, fur Ladies, Misses and Children the
same exclusively for onr trade at
Grocery and Queensware Department.-
For our Grocery and Queensware Department we havd sceuretl
one of the finest rooms iu the county in the OJd-FoJkiws' Hall. ,
Just opened oiie of the largest and best stocks of Ooods ever
brought to the county, all of which are kindly submitted to the inspection of all
onr numerous friends and customers. For
WE SOLICIT A FULL SHARE OF PUBLIC PATRONAGE.
May 1. 1872.
D. W. HARLEY & CO.'S
Is the place where you cau buy
ITIio lot and tlie Cliejipowt
MENS' YOUTHS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, AND FUSHTSnXXg GOODS.
1VE are prepared to exhibit one of the most choice and select Stocks ever offered in this
. market, and at ASTOXISIIIXG LOW PRICES!
Also, measures taken for Suits and parts of Suits, which will be made to order,
at short notice, very reasonable.
Kemcroher the place, in the N'evin Biilding, two doors west of the Keystone
Store. BR1DGK STREET, MIFFLINTOWN, PA. may 8, 1872-lf
DR. P. C. RUNDIO.
FKYisieiAM Amu mm&mm9
DEALER TV EVERYTHING THAT CONSTITUTES A FIRST-CLASS
The public attention is also invited to his large' assortment of
All persons who are in need of Spectacles will find it to their advantage to
call, as tbey will find the largest stock in the conuty to select from. COilE
AND HAVE YOUR EYE-SIGHT RESTORED.
NEW STOCK JUST RECEIVED OF
VIOLINS, ACCORDEOXS AND II AKMONK'ONS ; ALSO A SPLENDID
TOILET ARTICLES FOR THE LADIES,
With an mmense stock ol NOTIONS Something for everybody, young
and old, at the
PATTERSON DRUG STORE.
D. K. SULOUFF & CO.,
(Successors to D. P. Sulouff,)
Grain, Lumber, Coal,
CALCINED PLASTER, CEMENT, &C.
The Highest Cash Prices Paid
for all kinds of Grain.
Lumber, Coal, &c. Sold at the
Having boats of our own we can freight
Grain, Lumber, Coal, Sc.. cheaper than any
other parties. We therefore defy competi
tTou can make money by calling on us
before selling or buying elsewhere.
Oasts' WILL BC BKORIVID IX STOSI TO BE
SOLD BT THB 1ST OS JuSE, 1871.
P. S. Our grain is not elevated on men's
Mifflintown. April 20. 1871.
niWIII PATKHT FOUBTAIJT FEU.
Warrcs Tem Hoprs. HoMrrfito any pen. By Mail,
Nirkel, fl.no ; KiihtxT.fi V). S-l no uml sci.io: aisoso-
perior quality Oald tViis, KuMkt and Odd Pencils,
mi remirea atic earn. i'i,n pump kit . iirmw.
YES ! O YES !
H. H. SFTDE&, Perrysville, Pa-,
Tenders bis services to the citizens of Juni
ata and adjoining counMes. as Auctioneer.
Chargas moleraie. For satisfaction give the
Dutchman a chance r. O. address. Port
Boyal, Juniata Co., Pa '
prices to suit all purchasers.
quality and prices we defy competition
BOOTS AND SHOES.
New Shop in Mifflintown.
THE subrsriber bes leave to inform the
citiiens of Miiflintown, Patterson and
vicinity that he has opened a Boot and Shoe
Shop, for the present, in the room occupied
by N. E. I.itt efield s Tin Shop, on Bridge
street, .Mifflintown. where he is prepared to
manufacture ail kinds of
in the most substantial manner, and at the
lowest prices. BSa- Repairing promptly at
A liberal share of public patronage is soli
cited, anl satisfaction guaranteed.
A. B. FAS1CK.
May 29. 1872-tf .
Boot and Shoe Shop.
THE undersigned, fashionable Boot 9
and Shoemaker, hereby respectful- H
ly informs the public that he has located
in the borough of Patterson, where he is pre
pared to accommodate the most fastidious in
Gents1 Fine and Coarse Boots,
CUILDRE.VS WEAR, &C&C.
Also, mendine; done in the neatest manner .
and upon the shortest notice. A liberal
share of publie patronage is respectfully
solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed.
fp Shop located on the east side of Tas
earora street, oe door south of Main street,
nearly opposite Laird i Bell's store.
J. W. DEAX.
March 8. 187J5
ALL KINDS OF BLANK WORK. Ae.,doae
at this Ofie (a the neatest rnaaasr and
at low prices.
- : t
GBEAf REDUCTION -
TBlt . ..
PRICES iTr TEEtll!
Full Upper or Lower Sets as" Low as $5.00.
No teeth allowed to laava tlie oo totes
the patient is satUEei. . . ..
Teeth remodeled and repaired!
Teeth tilled to Irst for lire. . .
Teothaehe stoppe.J ia five minutes without
extracting (be tooth. . . , . Jl
Dental work done for persons without them
leaving their homes'; if desired. . .. . ,
Electricity used inihe ez.tiaetion of teeth.
rendering it almost a piinless operation, (nj
extra charge) at the Dental ClSee of G. L.
Derr, established ia Mifflintown in. 1860.
G. 1 DERR.'
Jen 24, 1872-1 v Practical Dentist.
OFFERS his professsonal services to th
publie in general, in both branches of
his profession operative and mechanic, .
First week of every month at RicH'(ie!ll, Fre
mont attd Ti'rkej Valley.
Second week LiverDool and Wil.l Cut. Vl.
'lev. ; .. .
Third week Millcrstown' and Raccoon
Valley.' ... ...
Fourth week at his ofSce in M'AlisterviUc.
Wil! visit Mifflin when called on. ,
Teeth put np on any of the base, and as
Iiber.il as any where else.
Address by letter or otherwise.
May 1, 1872-ly
, Tli a Plto fi.p (Inni! flMnit.vinoa'
I Uli 1 lUll I VI UVUtl MiUJfl-fillip
IS Af THE
:-s. ak-ii: i":'.::'.--. j0 -
ASD URirE-YiSE NURSERY.
'YMIE nnJerrigned would roped fully in
J. form I ho publie that he has started a
Grape-vine Nursery about one mUe northeast
of .Mifflintown, where he has been testing a
large number of the different varieties of
Grapes ;,.a;id having' been in ths business ft?
seven years, he i3 now prepared to furnish
VINES OF ALL TI1E LfiAt)IN'G'
V.VniirriKB, a;i ov- tiiw
tow n A T esV
by the single vine, doxen, hundred or tLjt.'
sand. .All persons, wtslting good and tbriftr
vines trill do veA to call and see for them
selves. fSTGood and responsible Agents wanted.
Address, , . ,. r
JONAS OBECIIOLTZER., ,
MiSintown, Juniata Co., Pa.
Fxlalc of SoUmon Slough, dtctmd.
I"! j ffERF'AS JltcH cf'Adrnnistration on
W the estate of Solouon Plough, late of
Delaware township, dee'd, have been grant
ed to the undersigned, all persons indebted to
said estate ate requested lo make immediate,
payment, and those having claims agans
the estate will present the saaie properly
authenticated for settlement.
G IV. SMITH, AJm r.
May 1. lS72-Ot'
Estate of Robert C. Gallahrr, JcCtased.
"VTOTIfE is hereby given that Letters Testa
1 1 nientary on the estate of Rohest C. Gal
laher, late of Fermun igh towrship, Juniata
county, deceased, have beeu graatsd ti tha
undertigne'l, residing in same tUsfiip. All
persons indebted to said estate are reques-.
ted to make immediate payment, and thoss
having claims will please present them prop
erly authenticated f'r selllemeut.
JOSKPtl ROTHROCK, Eztetilor.'
April 17. lf72-rtw
TTIE undersigned is agent for one of the
best Force Pumps, fur any depth of cis
tern or well, iu the world. By attaching hose,
to the spout, water can be thrown 30 to W
feet. Nothing better could be ssked in case
of fire. It is a non-freexing pump.
Oakland Mills, Juniata Co., Pa.
New Store and New Goods.
OR0CEKIES, PROTrSlOJTS, &C.
Main Street, Miflintown.
HAVING opened out a. GROCERY AXD'
PROVISION STORE in the eld stand
on Main Street, Mi!3ioton, I would respect
fully ask the attention of ibe public to the
following articles, which I will ketp on band
at all tiues :
SUGAR, COFFEE, TEA,
I W II & .A. T
DRIED AND CANNED FRUIT.
HAM, SHOULDER, DRIED BEEF,
Confectioneries, Nuts, &c,
FloinS' Feed, Ace.
AU of which will be sold cheap for Cash or
Country Prcl.t:c. Civ.' me a c.iH and hear
J. W. KIRK.
Mifflintown, Mm C, HT-'.
JUNIATA VALLEY BANK--
M I FFLI X TO YX, VEX X ' A .
JOSEPH i'OMKROV, l'lesldent.
T. VAN 1KVIN, Osbhiet.
Joseph Panier.iy, ;Jaiin J. I'atteraop,
Jerome . Thni'ipsun, George Jacobs,
Loan monej, rectiye deposits, pny interest
on time deposits, buy ami sell coin and Uni
ted States Bonds, cash coupons, and checks.
Remit money to any part of tks mited States,
and also to Englrod, Scotland, Ireland and'
Germany. Sell Uerenue Stamps.
In sums of $!i)0 at 2 per cent, discount.
In sums of $fiO0 at 2 per eent. discount.
In sum of $1000 at 6 per eent. discount.
rr,IIE nndestpned bejs lcire to inform the
J- public thai be has purchase J tbc GKI3T
MILL, in Miiford township, recently owned
hy Jacob Lemon, kbd. ti.ivi.ij remodeled and
otherwise improyed the snuic, is now pre
pared to accommodate all who may favor him
with their pitronage.
Wheat Floor and Sifted Cora Meal at
ways on ham and tor sulc, whole
sale and Ketail.
AUo, Shorts, Bran, Sh'p-stuff and Chop
Flour and Feed will be drlirered to fami
lies if desired.. . Uis wagon will risit Mifflin,
Patterson and PerrysTille three times a week.
Persons needing floor or feed, can leave
their orders at the Store of Jobn.Etka ia
Mifflin, or at Pennell's Store in Pattersan,
or addressing a note to Box 35, Pattsrsntr
Poet Office. ....
GRAIX OF ALL KlXDSt BO VG tit AT
MARK ST t RICES.
P. H. HAWN.