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Ifo , janiata Stntincl.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 17. 1872.
PENNSYLVANIA RAILKOAD. ON AXD
l after Sunday, June t, 1872, Passenger
Trains will leave Mifflin Station as follows:
Philadelphia Express.. 12,56 A. M
Fast Line 1.47 A. M.
Pacific Express 8.08 A. M.
Ilarrisb'g Accommoda'o 11,23 A. M.
Mail Train... 5,30 P. M.
Cincinnati Express 8,31 P. M. .
Soutliem Express 2,34 A. M.
Throngb Passenger 4.51 A. M.
Pacific Express 5,56 A. M.
Way Passenger 9.44 A. M.
Cincinnati Express 12,26 P. M.
Mail Train 3,30 P. M
Fast Line 6.26 P. M.
Mixed Traiu 8,00 V. M.
Stops when signaled.
JAMES NORTH, Ag't
TOV! AND COUNTKY.
IIuntinquom talks of establishing a
Oats is ripening, and promises an
The appearance of corn at iliis lime
indicates a large crop.
The town cows find a pleasant resort
ia tbe river bridge on warm days.
Lafayette Collegk has conferred
tbe degree of L. L. D. ou Prof. Wicker
eh am State Superintendent of Common
Twbxty-sefEN dollars were stolen
from tbe money drawer of AVaream's
hardware store on last Friday, during
the abseuce of the clerk.
A L Gl'as, a native of this county,
and at one time Eflitor of the Senliiiei,
is a candidate for Congress iii the Hunt
A THIKF stole eixty-odd dollars from
the ve6t pocket of Solomon Siehtr while
it bung iu bis residence in Fcrmanugj
township, on a certain day last week.
If tbe Republican party were to run
Jefferson Davis" fur the Presidency would
it appear stranger than does the sight ot
the Democracy running Uorace Gieeliy
for the FieeidVncy.
The wheat harvest is nhout over
Juniata will have iit'Je to send out ol
the county. Hie crop is scarcely more
tltan'enongh to seed and Lrcadllie c.iuu
ty the coming year.
On the 4'b of July, two men in a
Lnr-room at Tyrone, qnairtled, which
resulted in the one drawing a pistol and
rhnoting his antagonist, from the effect
of which l.e died the following day.
Tbe solitude of Macedonia will he re
Iit.ved by the Methodist Sabbath Sci on
of this place holding their annual cele
bration there to morrow. A delightful
boat ride lo the ground is anticipated.
TrscARoiiA Female Seminary.
The success of this Institution under it
present Principal is very encouraging
We linden-laud that the prospects for
next term are very good. See advertise
ment. Ri PES of all thicknesses, from a tw ine
to an inch rope, can be bad at Cray bill's
We copy tbe following from an ex
change, which is important, if trie :
Chronic diarrhea of long standing, also
dysentery, and all similar complaints
confmon at this season of the year, can
be enred by the use (internally) of John
son's Anodyne L'm'tnmt.
Georck Blroner, of the Ilnrrishnrg
Telrgrcph has issued the long looked for
campaign paper called "We'll fight it
out on this Line." It is an eirnpst pa
per for tbe whole ticket, and partiee
wishing a steady campaign paper can do
no better than t address the Til graph
and get "We'll fight it out on this Line."
Blacksmiths will find it to their ad
vantage to buy their Horse Shoes, Ilor&e
Shoe Nails, Bolts, Iron and Steel .at
Graybill's Hardware Store.
Patfnt Milk Bucket A milk
bucket, combined n i:h milk strainer, is a
desirable and useful article that has late
ly oeen patented, aud most probably w ill
find its way into general use. For Coun
ty. Tow or Shop Rights address
D. IIerizleb & Bko .
Ilnraii gdon, Pa.
Money Lost. A reward of Ten
Dollars will be paid for the recovery of
W. II. Kinzer's pocket hook containing
Fifty-four Dollars, lost in Mifiliutowu on
Saturday July 13, 1S72. A liberal
reward will be paid for any information
leading to tbe recovery of the same. 1 he
money can be left at this office or re
turned to the owner residing' near Van
wert, in Walker towntbip.
Ticket Transactions. The bosi
Bess of selling railroad tickets by any
other persons than auihorized agents is
t times extremely dangerous. There is
an act which provides tkat if any per
son has purchased ticket from the
railroad company and not used it to its
full extent be may apply to the company
for redemption and then enact that if
any person, not an authorized agent of
the company shall sell any ticket for
travel on that road he shall be deemed
guilty of a misdemeanor and punifbed.
The purpose of the act is to prevent
frauds being committed on travelers. A
few days ago a man named Whitesides
bonght and sold excursion tickets that
tbe delegates to the Grant convention
did cot wish to rise, for which be was
convicted by a Philadelphia court. Ex-
The Jurors summoned for tbe ad
journed court in August will cot be re
qnired to put in an appearance at the
specified time, as the court has been dis
Tbe cathartics used and approved by
the physicians comprising the various
medical associations of this State are now
compounded and sold under the name of
Pursont' Purgative Pills.
Teachers Wanted. Four teachers
are wanted in the borough of Mifflin
town to teach the public schools for the
ensuing term, to commence on the 14th
day of October, and continue 5 months.
Application should be made ou or before
Saturday, August 3rd, 1872. 4
By order of the Board.
C. McClellan, Sec.
Beautiil'L Fine Wire Covers for but
ter plates, &c , for sale at Graybill's.
Just the article that every family should
bave at this season of tbe year when
flies are abundant.
The commissioners of Mifflin county
have been fined $500 each by the Su
preme Court, for refusing to obey its
former mandate of building a bridge
across the Juniata at Newton Hamilton,
Tbe couuty court has issued an injunc
tion restraining the county commission
ers from building said bridge, A very
pleasant position for ''county fathers" to
be iu. Ex.
Trip Musical Entertainment under the
management of Prof. Kurzeukuahe, in
Graybill's Hall, last evening, surpassed
the highest anticipations in regard to it.
The Professor knows how to get up
a class aud manage an entertainment.
Everything was nice and pleasant except
the temperature of the Hall, which some
thought perhap was influenced by Gray
hill's heaters or the coming comet.
Fpicific for Dipi'iieria. The Ital
ian journals publirhed a letter from Dr.
Giovanni Calligarri, describing the re
markahle surccfs which has atttended
his treatment of diptheria with phenic
acid, lie relates the losses he formerly
experienced among his patients when
treating them wi;h emollieuts, sclvenis,
and cauterization wilh hydrochloric acid,
and observes that this cauterization can
mo more eradicate the morbid principle
than tearing the leaves off a plant will
destroy .bsro.it. He now simply uses a
rarg!e of phenic acid and distilled water,
with external applications of new" flan
nel ; the food and drink to be taken
cold. After the adoption of this treat
ment Dr. Calligarri lost but one patient
out of fifty -eight. He requested the
Italian journals to publish this discovery.
Phenic acid is the agent which is now
being used iu this country as a remedy
for cancer. Ex.
GrAYBTLL'S nARDWARK SroiiE is the
place for Carpenters, Cabinet makers.
Shoemakers and Saddlers to go for-tools
made of the best material and sold at the
' Lights and Shmlors of An York
Life ; or, the Sights nnd Sen-a'inns of
the Urrat City." By James D. McCahe
Jr. Tbe National Publishing Co.. of
Philadelphia, have just issued one of the
most remarkable an 1 attractive books
of the day, bearing the above title. It is
computed in one large octavo volume of
S50 pages, and illustiated with nearly
200 fiue engravings of noted places, life
and scenes in New York.
To Mr. McCabe is due the credit of
having produced the most complete and
graphic -account of tbe great city, and its
busy and railed life that it has been our
fortune to meet with. His book is brim
full of soiid and useful information, and
abounds ia descriptions of the various
public buildings of New York, its pala
ces, prisons, hotels, churches, stores, hos
1 be work sets forth in glowing colors
the noble work for suffering humanity,
which is going on every day in the great
city, and reveals wilh a bold band the
terrible crimes ; the dark mysteries, and
the hidden sins of metropolitan life We
are introduced into the borne of the Fifth
Avenue millionaire, and carried with
equal intereet to the squalid cellar of the
Five Poiuts beggar. We are brought
face to face w ith the good and the bsd,
the high aud the low, with leading mer
chants, hankers, editors, and actors, with
bummers, thieves, detectives and mur
derers, with working women, ballet girls.
adventuresses' and a host of others, - and
we seem to be listening to their stories
from their own lips, eo thoroughly does
the author enchaia our interest. Our
wai mest enthusiasm and our deepest con
tempt are alternately aroused by the
thrilling recitals of their deeds of virtue
and vice. The history and frauds of tbe
famous Tammany Ring are related with
great force and candor, nnd this portion
alone ia worth the price of the book.
In short the book is New . York in
miniature. The author has penetrated,
under the protection cf the police, iuto
the darkest and most dangerous haunts of
crime in the city, and has th us been en
abled to obtain accurate information on
tbe topics whereof he treats. Visitors
to New York, cannot hope to see or
know as much of the city as they may
learn by a perusal of this book. To all
who coutemplate visiting the great Me
tropolis, we cordially recommend it, both
for its information and for its powerful
warnings against the dangers of the city.
Those who cannot see New York for
themselves will be in a great measure
repaid for that privation by reading this
work. It is published in both English
and German ; sold by subscription only,
and the publishers want agents in every
FINANCIAL AND C0MMCI1L.
40 So. 3d St. Phila.
3 o'clock, p. m. July 16, 1872.
New U. 8. 6's of 1881 1134113;
U. 8. 6's of '81 mjkaill"!
" ' 62 115j(noi
" " 64, lloH5i
" '65 115j116
" " "05, new 114glHg
" " '67. new lloJ(llof
" S's.KMO's ll-'112i
U.S. 80 Year 6 per cent. Cy lHjfIM
Silver, W (&I11J
Union Pacific K. R. 1st M. Bonds- M), ('it 90J
Central Pacific R. R 102 (iioaj
Union Pacific Land Grant Bonds- 81 j 82J
MIFFLINTOWN & PATTERSON MARKETS
PRICES OF BOARD OF COMMERCE.
Reported weekly for tbe Juniata Sentinel
by tbe Board of Commerce of Mifflin and Pat
terson. Butter " Tb 16
Eggs. "ft do 19
Lard, "fet lb 8
Country Soap 8
Rags .'. 3
Wool, washed r.l
Dried Apples .'. 10
" Peaches, pared 20
" Peaches, unpared .-. 15
" Cherries, pitted .. 20
" Blackberries 10
Country Hams - 12
Sides and Shoulders 7
Potatoes, bus ... 40
Onions " CO
Ground Alum Salt, sack 2 25
Railroad Ties 50
Lecust Posts, mortising - 32
" " for board fence.. - 15
SHELLEY STAMBAUGH'S PRICES CUR
RENT. Corrected Weekly.
Cbtstal Palace, Mifflintown,
lace, Mifflintown, 1
July 17, 1872. f
Prime Roll Butter, per lb 16
Eggs, per dozen IS
Lard, per tt - OS
Tallow, per lb f8
Dried Apples, per lb CO
Bacon. .Sides smoked, per lb - 00
Shoulder, smoked, ' 07
Hara, " 13
WasLed Wool... 60
D. K. SULoUFF'd PRICES CURRENT.
Reported Weekly. '
White Wheat, bus
Red " "
Prepared Ccal, "g? ton -
Xui " "
Pe " "
Run of Log. 4 4, j 1000 ft ...
" 5-8, "
" ' 8 4, "
" " 6-4, "
Hemlock Frame, " ....
" Boarda. "
Whitepine worked Flooring....
" German Siding
Panel Doors .
Window Sash, 8x10, windo'
. . 9x2 '
' " 10x12, "
" " 10x14, "
$ J V.
.25 00to lit 00
25 00to40 00
, 20 00
..2 00 to 3 00
Philadelphia, July 16, 1872.
FLOtJn There is a firm;r faeling. owing to
the improrement in wheat, but buyers ope
r-te aparingly. About 900 barrels changed
Superfine $5 00f;5 25
Extras $5 oi'7ii.6 00
N. W. Extra Family $7 00(MS 00
Ohio & Ind. do. do $8 2'.(&9 00
Pennii. do. do ?8 00fii8 75
Faucy Brands $9 5l'10 50
Grain' The offerings of Wheat are small
and prices are looking up, S.iles of 25110
buih prime old Western red at $1 70al 77 ;
400 busn western white at St 90. In Rye
nothing doing Corn moots a limited inquiry.
Sle of 1K0U bosh western yellow at 63aC4c,
and 6 '0 bush western mixed at 62610. Oats
are firmer. Sales of 10,000 bush white at
42a43c, and mixed at 40c.
PHILADELPHIA CATTLE MARKET.
Monday, June 15 4 P. M.
The arrivals and sales of Beef CittU at the
Arenue Drove-yard were lnrge this week,
reaching about 2400 bead. The market, in
consequence, was very dull, and prices favor
buyers; extra Penn and western Steers sell
ing at 7l.i"jc, f lir to goo.l do at CaTe, and
c immon at 5a5Jo f V, gross. The market
closed very dull.
Cows and calves were dull at $25a30 for
springers, and i0a45 for fresh cows. Re
ceipts, 200 bead.
Sheep were in demmd. We quote fair to
choice at 5:i6itc jt lb, and common at $3 30
a3 50 "pi head". Reoeipts, 13.000 head.
Hons were in also in demand at $S 25a
6 75 for corn-fed. Receipts, 3 I'M) head.
STEPLEY JAMES At the residence of
the bride's father, by George W. Smith, Esq.,
Mr. Philip Stepley and Miss Jane James,
both of Delaware township.
WARNER On the 14th inst , in ihis place,
Sarah Catharine, daughter of Edward War
ner, aged 2 years, 1 month and 19 days.
GOLD AND SILVER
At the Patterson Drug Store,
Come and have your eye-sight re
5Kt JIurket Street,
We have opened for the SPRING TRADE,
tbe largest and best assorted Stock of
Table, Stair and Floor Oil Cloths, Win
iow Shades and Pappr, Carpet
Chain Cotton, Yarn, Batting,
Haddine, Twines, Wicks,
Clocks, Looking Glasses,
Fancy Baskrts, Brooms
Woodca and Willow Ware in the United
Onr large increase in business enables ns
to sell at low prices and furnish the best
quality of Goods.
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE
CELEBRATED AMERICAN WASHER,
, Price &5.SO.
Over 13,000 Sold in Six Months.
Terms : Carpets. 60 days.
All tk' K00"1' 80 d'' Nel-
' J " febl4sepl-3mof a t
BOOTS & SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
WOOD & WILLOW WARE
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS,
TABLE OIL CLOTHS, &C, &C.
B. If you want to see an entire new
stock of Goods at Low Prices, call at
SEW CRYSTAL PALACE BUIIM5,
SHELLEY & STAMBAUGII.
Nov. 29, 1871.
ASD , -
LIST OF LEADING ARTICLES & PRICES
reported weekly by C. li.UULEY, op
posite the Post Office, MiiSiutown, Pa :
Egg - 18
Lard 10 12
Cheese, Ohio 22
New York '
Molifses, Porio Rico, gal GO
" New Orleans .'. 1 00
Srup, Honey Bee.. 65
"" Amber 80
" Me lied Sugar 1 00
Sugar, Granulated - 17
B - 14
' Extra C 13
Yellow C 12
" Brown 11
Coffee, liio, Choice 30
" Fair 2"
" " Roasted (Arbuckles) 32
Tea, Imperial, Finest 1 K0
" Oolong. " 1 00
Raisii.8, Valentia- 20
' Layers -, 2-i
Pruens, French - 20
R:ce -. 12
Soap, Rosin .. 5 6
Olive 8 10
"" Babbit 12 15
Salt, Ground Alum ' 2 00
" Dairy 10aI5
Mackeral. No. 2 (new) bbl 8 60
Brooms, No. 1 4l
" No. 2 35
" No. 3 3d
Tubs, Cedar 1 50al 75
Buckets, Painted, 2 hoops .. 25
Slaw Cutters 50
Tin Cups P
Tin Dish Pans CO
Tin Cullendets - 4i)
Tin Wash Pans .. 30
Tin Buckets 60
Moots, Men's Calf 5 2."i
Kip 4 50
Gaiters, Ladies' Lasting 2 00
Potatoes, Iri.-b 50
" Sweet, "fcl peck - 40
Coal Oil, V gallon 40
J- Cash paid for eggs.
D. K. SULOUFF & CO.,
(Successors to D. P. Sulouff,)
CALCINED PLASTER, CEMENT, &C.
The Highest Cash Trices Taid
fur all kinds of Grain.
Lumber. Coal, Src, Sold at the
- Having boats of our own we can freight
Grain, Lumber, Coal, Ae., cheaper than any
other parties. We therefore defy competi
flgYou can make money by calling on us
before selling or buying elsewhere.
GBAIX WILL BK DECEIVED IX STORK TO BE
SOLD BT THC IsT or Jl'NE, 1871.
P. S. Our grain is not elevated on men's
Mifflintown. April 20, 1872.
New Lumber Yard.
BEYER, GTJYER & CD.
Have opened a Lumber Yard, in the bor
ough of Tatlerson, and are prepared to fur
nish all kinds of Lumber, each as
Siding, Flooring, Studding,
Paling, Sungles, Lath, Sazh, c,
in large or small quantities, to soit cus
SPft- PersonsVantine Lumber r the car
load can be supplied at reduced xates.
BEYER, GUYER & CO.
George Gosben, Agent.
Pattarson, May 15, '72-tf
Ettat; of Malhuu Jama, dtctased.
T FTTERS flP AmtTVISTRATION on the
A-J estate of Mathias James, late of Dela
ware township, Juniata eounty, aeceasea,
having been granted to the nndei signed, all
said estat are requested to present them, and
inose mueoiea to mate payment.
. .. . ..... . ii i vnva
J X.t.X..UlA II Hi W.I..,
May 1, 1872-fit - ' Administrator.
A FINE assortment of Cloths, Cassimeres,
Vetaiace, Ae., nai received and for sale
by 8. B. LOPlK)M, -
rg boon's, &nrrrUs, Qnttnwitt, &c.
STILL AT THE FRONT.
First in the Field with our New Goods for the
ALL THE NOVELTIES OF THE SEASON
TILTEN & ESPENSCHADE'S.
DOLLY VARDEN THE GREAT RAGE
ia Woolen and Cotten Materials.
Alexis. Cloths, Japenese Stripe,
The Popular Goods, in New 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 host of otber things which mast bo seen to he appreciated;
WHITE GOODS DEPARTMENT,
Of acy and everything at prices which defy competition.
One of the best in the connty, embracing a'l the New and Best f tvles
fur the Spring nnd Summer Trade, for Ladies, Mioses and Children the
same exclusively for cur trade at prices to suit all purchasers. Every
Grocery and Queensware Department.
For our Grocery and Queensware Department we have secured
one of the finest rooms in the comity in the Odd Fellows' LI ill.
Just opened one of the largest and best stocks of Goods ever
brought to the county, all of which are kindly submitted to the inspection of all
our numerous friends aud customers. For quality and prices we defy competition
7E SOLICIT A FULL SHAKE OF PUBLIC PATRONAGE.
Slay 1, 1871'.
D. W. HAR.LEY & COS
Is the place where you can buy
TIio !ct mikI tlie CJienpewt
MENS' YOUTHS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
m HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, AND TUEITISHIIT& GOODS.
WE are prepared to exhibit one of the mist choice and select Singles eror offered in this
market, and at ASrOXJSUl.VO LOW TRICES .'
Also, m.-Msnres taken for Suits and parts of Suits, which will he made to order,
at short notice, very reasonable. '
Ill-member the place, in the Xevin Building, two doors west of the Keystone
Store, ERILHiE STUEET, MIFFLINTOWN, PA. may 8, 1872-tf
DR. P. C.
DEALER IS EVERYTHING THAT CONSTITUTES A FIRST-CLASS
The public attention is also invited to his large assortment of
All persona who are in need of Spectacles will find it to their advantage to
call, as thev will find the largest stock in the comity to select from. COME
AXD HAVE YOUR EYE-SIGUT RESTORED.
NEW STOCK JUST RECEIVED OF
VIOLINS, ACCORKEON'S AND HAK.M'ONICONS; ALSO A SPLENDID
TOILET ARTICLES FOR THE LADIES,
With an mmense stock of NOTIONS. 4 Something for everybody, young
and old, at the
PATTERSOX DRUG STORE.
to young 3ii:rv.
Just fublishcJ in a Sealed Envelope. Price
A Lectnre on the Nature, Treatment
and Radical Cure of Spei maiorrbce t, or Seji
inal Weakness, InToliintary Emissions. Sex
ual Debility, and Impediments to Marriage
generally ; Ner.omness, Consumptioi. Epi
lepsy and Fits ; Mental and Physical Inca
pacity, resulting from Self-Ab'ise, 4c By
ROBERT .1. CCLVERWELL, M. D., Author
of the "Green Boak." &0.
The world-renowned author, in this admir
able Lecture, clear'.y proves from his own
experience that the awful consequences of
Self-Abuse may be effectually removed witU
ouwmedicines, and without dangerous sur
gical operations, bougies, instruments, rings
or cordials, pointing out a mode of cure at
nee certain and effectual by which every
suffere', no matter what bis condition may
be, may cure himself cheaply, privatelv. and
radically. THIS LECTURE WILL TROVE
A BOON" TO THOUSANDS AND THOU
SANDS. Sent under feal, to any address, in a plain
se.led envelope, on the receipt of fix cents,
or two postase stamps. Also lr. Culverwell's
"Marriage Guide," price 69 cents. Address
cn.VS. J. C. KLINE A CO.,
Tost Office Box 4,586. 12T Bowery, N. T
"TOTICE is hereby given that Joseph S.
1 Sartain, of Walker township, Juniata
eounty, Pa., and Catharine A., his wife, by
deed of voluntary assignment, have assigned
all the estate, real and personal, of tbe said
Joseph S. Sartiin. to John B. M. Todd, of
the borough of Patterson, in said county, in
trust for tbe benefit of the creditors of said
Joseph S. Sartain. All persons, therefor,
iudebted to the said Joseph S. Sartain will
make payment to tbe said Asstf nee, and those
having claims or demands will make known
the same without delay.
JOHN B M. TODD,
Assignee of Joseph 8. Sartain.
May 15, 1 872-6 1
All kinds of Job Work neatly executed.
TILTEX & ESPEXSCHADE.
THE GREAT DISCOVERY.
KimkxTs Bitter Wine of Iron.
KUXKEL'S BITTER WINE OF IR'JN
will effectually cure Liver Complaint, Dys
pepsia, Jaundice, Chronic or Nervous De
bility, Chronic Diar. hea. Diseases of the Kid
neys, and all diseases arming from a Disor
dered Liver, Stomaoh or Intestines, such as
Constipations. Flatulence. Inward Piles, Full
ness of Blood lo the head, Acidity of the
Stomach, Nausea, Disgust for Food. Ku linen
or Weight ia the Stomach, Sinking or Flut
tering at the pit of the Stomach, Swimming
of tbe Ilend. Fluttering at tbe Hart, Cho
king or suffocating Sensations when in a lying
posture, lellowness or the Skin and tyes,
constant imaginings of evils and great de
pression of soirits. THEY ARE ENTIRELY
VEGETABLE and free from Alcoholic S'imu
lants anl all injurioai ingredients, and are
pleasant in taste and smell, mild in their
operations, will remove impurities from the
body, and g've hoi'.ih anl vigor to tbe frame
KUNEEL'S BITIER WING OF IRON.
Tbi trulj vala.ihle Tonic has been eo
thoroughly tested by a'l classes of the coin
munity that it is now deemed inilispensible
as a Tonic medicine. It costs but liitle,
purifies the blood and gives tone to the stom
ach, renovates the system and prolongs life.
I now only ak a trial of this valuable Tonic.
Price $1 per bottle. E F, KINKEL. Sole
Proprietor. i9 NORTH NINTH STREET,
below Vine, Philadelphia
ASK FOR KUNKEL'S BITTER WINE OF
IRON AND TAKE NO OTHER.
If your Druggist has it not, enclose $1.00
to my Address, and the medicine, with ad
vice free, will follow by next express train
to yon- . Feb. 28, 72-6ra.
ALL perrons are hereby cautioned against
Hunting, Fishing, or in any way tres
passing on tbe farm ocenpied by tbe under
signed, in Milford township. All persons so
offending will be dealt with to the full extent
of the law.- JOSEn FUNK.
May 22, 1872.
ALL persons are hereby cautioned against
hcrboring or selling anything to my wife
Catharine King, or my son Samuel King, Jr.,
on my account, as I will pay . no debts oon
tracted by them after this date.
SAMUEL KINO. 8r-
June 19; 1872-4w
Ei'nt ef Martha Kinirr, denoted.
NOTICE is hereby given that Letter Tea
mentary on the estate of Martha Einier,
late of Milfxrd township. Juniata county,
deceased, have baen granted to the under
signed, residing in same township. All per
sons indebted to said estate are r'queoted to
make immediate payment, and those having
claims will please present them properly
aulhenticateJ for settlement.
PAMl'EL LEONARD. Erc-.'.-r-.
June 12, lb72lt
Estate of Martha Woodward, deeeatti!.
rJ1HE undersigned, to whom Letter of KA
1. ministration on the estate of Martha
Woodward, late of Milford twp , doo'J.. hai
beta duly granted according to law, hereby
gives notice to all persons indebted to said
estate to coma forward and make payment,
and those having claims against it, to pre
sent them properlv authentiratel for settle
ment. RICHARD DOYLE, Adm'r.
Jun 12, 1872-lt
El tile of Mario P. Lifhtenthaltr, ducewd.
N OTICE is hereby given that Letters Tes
tamentary en the estate of Maria P.
Lichtentha'.er, late of the borough of Thump
sontown, deceased, h:ure been granted to th
undersigned. AH persons indebted to said
estate are requested to make immediate pay
ment, an) those Laving claims will jlrmsn
present them properly authenticated fir set
tlement. P. L. GRPENLE.t F.
May 8. 1372-6t Executor.
The dace for Ueod Grape-vines
13 AT THE
4-ND GRAPE-VISE NURSERY.
rFWlE undersigned would respectfully in
X form the public that he has started m
Grape-vine Nursery about one mile northeast
of Miffiintown, where he has been tecting a
large number of the different varieties of
Grapes; and having been in the business fur
seven years, he is cot prepared to furnish
VINES OF ALL THE LKADING
VARIETIES, AND OF THE
I. O W KATES,
by the single vine, dozen, hundred or thou
sand. All persons wishing good and thrifty
vines will do well to call and see fur them
selves. trGood and responsible Agenti wan'.ed.
Mifflintown, Juniata Co., Pa.
JUNIATA VALLEY BANK
JOSEPH POMEROY, rreiUtio.
T. VAN IRVIN, CV-bier.
! Joseph Pomeroy, John J. Patterson,
I Jerome N. Thompson, iGeorge Jacobs,
Loan money, receive dsposlis, pay interest
on time deposits, buy and sell coin and Uni
ted States Bonds, cash coupons and checks.
Remit money to any part of the United State
and also to England, Scotland, Irelaud and
Germany. Sell Revenue Stamps.
In sums of J"tO at 2 per cent, discount.
In sums of $;00 at -A per cent, discount.
In sums of 310OU at 3 per cent, discount.
New Store and New Goods.
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, StC.
ilain Street, UiSist:.
HAVING opend ont a C.EOCERY AND
PROVISION STORE in the old stand
on Main Street, Miffiintown, I would respect
fully ask tbe attention of tbe puMic to the
following articles, which I will keep on Land
at all tiues :
SUGAR, COFFEE, TEA,
DRIED AND CANNED FRUIT.
HA", SHOULDER, DRiED BEEF,
Confectioneries, Nuts, &c,
GLASS W .U'.E,
11 o ni Feed, Ace.
All of which will be sold chenp fur Cash or
Country Produce. Give me a call anl uvfir
J V. KIRK.
Mifflintown, May 2. Ir72.
rp II E nndL-rs'gn-'d hereby respect fully iu
I forms t!;i ciiizens 'if Mithmtown a:i I
Patterson ti: : Iii won will visit each of
these towns on TVZib 1 Y, TIUT.SDAY ai.J
SATURDAY mori.iuet of eaco. week, wliea
they can be supplied wilh
during the summer season, and aiao POitK
and SAl'SAUE in season. 1 purpu?" i'ii--nisliing
Beef every Tueday and 8aurly
morning, and Veal an Muitufl every IhJn--day
morning. Give mtj-our ,.itrouige, aud
will guaran.ee to sell as goJ meat- the
country can produce, and as c'-ioap as any
other L.lcher in tut, county.
SAMUEL II. ROLLMAN respt-ctfully ao--nuunces
to the public that he has recent
ly opened a Wagon-maker's Shop is the bor
ough of P.ittereon. and is prepared to man
ufacture, in a neal and dtirabie manner,
WAGONS FALL KINDS,
From a Four-horse Farm Wagon to One
horse Spring wagon.
All Kinds of Repairing will Receive
Grain and Lumber Taken in
Exchange for Work.
By careful attention to bniints. and
by turning out superior work, be hopes to
merit and receive a large share of publie
Good Oak Plank Wanted.
Not 1, 1871-ly
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