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fyt Janhtta Sentinel.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEB. 19, 1873.
DENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. ON AND
L after Sunday, Dm. 22, 1872, Passenger
araiae will leave Mifflin Station as lollowi
Philadelphia Express 1:10 A. l.
Fait Line 4:0S A. M.
Harrishurg Accommodation 11:28 A. M.
Mail Traia 6:18 P. M.
ClaeiaaaU Express 9:03 P. II.
Pittsburg Express l:f A. M.
Cineiaaaii Express 1:56 A. M.
Souther Express. 4:08 A. M.
Pacific Express 6:43 A. M.
Way Passenger 10:03 A. M.
Mail Train 8:38 P. M.
Fast Line 0.33 P. M
JAMES NORTH. Ag't
TOWS AND COUNTRY.
This has been a profitable winter for
Sknator CitAWfORi) has our thanks
for a autnbir of public documents.
Am adjourned court will be held here
next week, commencing on Monday.
A protb actko meeting is in progress
in the Lutheran Church at Perrysville.
Peoplc are wishing the winter to
bicak. 1 hey hare had nine weeks of
Tioga county. Pa , has voted against
license for the next three years. The
majority was about 1000.
J.KNT session begins on the 26th inst.
'Sell your beef before that date, or wait
until it expires, forty days.
Tub Tutens of the Bellefonte Repub
lican purpose introducing female type
setters into their office.
Bloo.mfiei.d, Perry county, people are
eagerly at work to raise funds to build a
railroad to the river.
A number of the young people of
Mifflin indulged in a hop, on Thursday
evening, at Will's hotel.
Last Friday Mr. Dehaven, stock
dealer, from Norristown, shipped a car
load of cattle to his place from Perrys
ille. Thk Xorth American says the Ceu
ten nial appropriation has no bearing
'whatever on the question of the removal
-of the State (louse to Philadelphia
The bonds and papers stolen from the
"Mechanics' Bank of Lancaster were
found in a church iu Reading. The
-President of the bank was decoyed to
Illinois lu search of the. bonds.
Our thuiiVs are due to Mr Samuel II
liinier, of Fayette township, fur a lot
of choice apples left at this office. May
his orchard the coming season yield abuu
On last Thursday, Mr. G. Flickinger,
of Duncannon, who had been somewhat
indisposed for a week, asked to be as
sisted to his chair and having been sea
ted he remarked '"I am going home,"
and almost immediately expired. He
was aged about 75 years.
The Lutheran Sunday School of this,be ,0 f0 papers with the
place has thrown out of its library all
such books as are commoii'y termed
'Sunday School novels," and the man
agers of the school express their deter
minution to buy no more books of that
character for their library, believing the
reading of such books by the young to
be an injury to them rather thau a benefit
Last Sunday evening Rev. H. C
Pardoe, pastor of the M. E. Church of
this place, preached a sermon on on the
subject of Local Option, to large and
attentive audience. His remarks were
well received. The prevailing sentiment
.among the sensible portion of the com
munity is strongly against the license
Thb following named gentlemen were
lected by the Mifflintown and Patterson
Loan Association, yesterday evening, at
the Court House, as its officers for the
ensuing year :
President W. C. Laird.
Vice President Tobias Auker.
Secretary K. W. U. Kreider.
Treasurer T Van Irwin.
Directors T. B. Coder, David Watts
TJ. M. Groninger, John N. Howe, Jacob
IKlka, David Cunningham, Jacob SuloufF
Pbepons who are smoking their meat
should be careful to have the fire in their
smoke-houses put out every evening be
fore retiring for the night, for it some
times happens that during the night a
piece of meat drops into the fire, and the
result is, the smoke-house and adjoining
buildings are soon in flames Should
this occur in a town on a stormy night,
ian immense destruction of property
might be the result, and all for want of a
A X accident happened to the Pacific
Express west, on the P. .U. R , early ou
Monday morning, at "M rgan'a Corner,"
this side of Philadelphia. At first rumor
hmi it that about forty persons were kill
d and wounded. It appears however,
that the number was exsgerated. One
man was killed, and one had a leg crush
ed!. Tha exact character of the accident
is not yet definately known here. Two
stoma are extant ; one that it was caused
by a broken rail ; another that the coup
ling broke and left two sleeping cars.
The separation of the the main train from
the sleepers caused the engine bell to
ring. The engineer thought it a signal
to stop, and did it in the slortest possi
il , . . . , ,
Lie time. There beine nothing to break
the velocity of the sleepers; they i
ioto the train from which they had been I
In ken, with th- sWesid r .ult. I
Tempciancb Meeting at Acadbmia.
Pursuant to publie announcement a
meeting was held in ' the Presbyterian
Church at Aeademia, on Monday, 11th
inst., to discuss the Local Option Law.
The meeting was organized by calling
Robert A. Patterson to the chair. Pray
er was offered by Rev. Wallen. The
following officers were elected : Vice
Presidents, Esq. llowell, John Harris,
James Patterson and Esq. Reed; Secre
taries, John T. Nourse and Chas. B.
Brisbiu ; Business Committee, Revs. Mc
Gill and Wallen, Dr. J. M. Breese. Jas.
J. Patterson, D. P. Stone, Ph. D., A man
ias Howell, and Thos. Ramsey.
Rev L B W Shryock stated the ob
jects of the meeting, making some gen
eral remarks on the subject. Addresses
were delivered by the following gentle
men : John T Xourse, Esq , Rev. J.
Harvey Bealc, of Philadelphia, Revs.
Hailing and McGill and Esq., Hon ell,.
The Business Committee reported the
following resolutions, which were unani
mously adopted :
Resolved, That it is neither right nor
proper for the State to afford legal pro
tection and sanction to any traffic or sys
tem that tends to increase crime to waste
the national resources, tw corrupt the so
cial habits, and to destroy the health and
lives of the people
Resulted, That the traffic in intoxica
ting liquors as common bevernges is in
imical to the true interests of iudividuals,
and destructive of the order and welfare
of society, and ought therefore to be pro
Resohed, That the history and results
of all past legislation in regard to the
liquor traffic abundantly proves that it is
impossible satisfactorily to limit or reg
ulate a system so essentially mischievous
in its tendencies.
Resolved, That no considerations of
private gain or public revenue can justify
the upholding of a system so wrong in
principle, so suicidal in policy and dis
astrous in results, as the traffic in iutoxi
Rcsolced, That the Legislative prohi
bition of the liquor traffic is perfectly
compatible with rational liberty, and with
all claims of justice aud legitimate com
RefJced, That the Legislative sup
pression of the liquor traffic would be
highly conducive to the development of
a progressive civilization.
Revived, That, rising above class.
sectarian or party considerations, all good
citizens should now combine for the en
forcement of ''Local Option, an act
prohibiting the sale of intoxicating bev
erages by a popular vote of the people
as affording the most efficient aid in re
moving the appaling evil of intemper
Resolations were also adopted to secure
an organization in each township with a
view of perfecting arrangements to poll,
at the election in March, the whole
strength of tiiu anti license party through
out the county.
The President, Vice Presidents and
Secretaries were instructed to correspond
with the responsible and influential men
on the east side of the river, to ascertain
what they were doing in regard to this
subject, aud if necessary to stir them up
During the meeting the choir sang
The Temperance Call," "Unfurl the
Banner," aud "What is Rum," for which
they received a vote of thanks.
It was ordered that these nrooeediners
request to publish.
Adjourned with bonrdiction by Rev,
UOBKRT A. PATTERSON".
John T. Nkursk,
C B B'ilSBIN,
Nathan Griffith, of Fayette township
will sell at public salo, at his residence,
one half mile south of Oakland Mills, on
Thursday, February 20, 1S73, four bead
of horses, one colt, four cows, seven head
of young cattle, one sow and three pigs,
together with his entise stock of farming
implements, and also a lot of household
furniture. Sale at 10 o'clock. See hand
J B. Smith, of Thompsontown, will
offer at public sale, at his residence, on
Tuesday, March 4. 1S73, five work
horses, one mare, three colts, four fat
steers, five cows, eleven head young cat
tie, one sow, niue shoats, farming imple
ments and household furniture. Sale at
10 o'clock. See handbills.
John II. Cunuiugham will sell at pub
lic sale, at his residence in Milford town
ship, two miles west of Patterson, on
Thursday, March 13th, three horses, 3
milch cows, 7 head young cattle, two
four-horse wagons, I spring wagon, one
Valley Chief reaper and mower com
biued, 1 clover huller, 1 grain drill, corn
shelter and other farming implements.
Sale at 10 o'clock. See haudbills.
Joseph Brandhoffer, residing on Sam
uel O. Evans' farm, in Delaware town
ship, two miles southwest of East Salem,
will sell at public eale, at 10 o'clock A.
M.. on Thursday, March 13th, four good
young draught horses, 7 young cows, all
coming in profit this spring, 10 head of
young cattle, 2 calves, IS good sheep,
C shoats, wagons, plows, and other farm !
ing implements. See handbills.
Dr. U. Harshberger will offer at public '
sale, at his residence in Fayette town
ship, one mile south of McAIisterville, at
10 o'clock A. M , on Tuesday, March IS,
two mares with foal, 1 two-year old
horse colt, 2 cows, 1 large fat bull, 5 head
of young cattle, hay by the ton, 1 grain
drill, 2 wagons, threshing machine and
other farming implements. See hand
bills. Attbxtion, Gravbill Zouaves !
You are hereby ordered to meet at your
armory ou r cunur wauu, ku v uocb.
. . : a rn
attendance is required for social busi-
orM. By order of the Captain.
A. n. Fa k, O. S.
News from Neighboring Counties.
- MIFFLIN COUNTY.
Lewistown papers say : Rev. H. C,
Pardoe, of Mifflintown, who has been
officiating in the M, E. Church of this
place siuce the death of Mr. Thrashwas
last week presented with an elegant snit
of clothing On Sunday last Mrs
David R. Reynolds, of this place, in com
ing down stairs, when nearly down tripp
ed, (upon her clothes, she supposes,) and
fell to the floor, by which her right arm
was broken, the shoulder badly bruised,
a severe gash cut in her forehead, and
several smaller bruises sustained
C. A. Ramsey, a young man formerly of
Armagh township in this county, is now
on a short visit to his parents. Mr.
Ramsey left this county for Illinois 8
years ago a poor boy, and now returns a
man of wealth and influence The
seedy business men of this place don't
advertise Rt Rev. Bishop Howe
will visit Lewistowri on Wednesday,
Huntingdon papers say : Huntingdon
county marksmen carried off the ''blue
ribbon," at the shooting match, in Tyrone
on Friday last Some of onr young
men were on a bust on Saturday night,
They will find their way to the lock up
some of these times About one
mile and a half from the village of Hope
well, in Broad Top township, Bedford
county, resides a negro by the name of
Samuel Hall, who owns a small farm and
keeps several head of horses constantly
about him. Hall, like quite a number of
colored, and some that are not colored,
iudividuals, has never provided half feed
for his equine stock, consequently, they
have been very poor mere masses of
skin and bones and occasionally a horse
would lie down and die for him. So fre
nuenlly did this happen that Samuel
came to the conclusion that bia horses
were bewitched. A week or two ago a
poor, old, worn-out, half-starved creature
became incapable of locomotion, and its
snnerstitious owner conceived that he
saw traces of witches He determined
that he would forever rid himself and his
propeity of their presence. He, with
assistance, succeeded in getting the mis
erable pile of bones out into a field ; he
then took and poured coal oil over its
legs and body, piled a large pile of brush
around it, set it on fire and burned up
the living horse ! He alledged that this
is the course pursued in the South under
similar circumstances. Several white men
were present and did not interfere.- Of
course they are on a par with the negro
It is said that the noise made by the
poor brute was so horrible that the men
fled from the field. The matter was
promptly brought to the attention of the
society for the prevention of cruelty to
animals, aud as we passed Saxton on last
Saturday, an agent of the Society had
the fiend under arrest aud was forward
ing him to Bedford John Quarry,
of Hill Valley, had his feet badly frozen
about four weeks since, while getting out
railroad ties. He did not apply for med
ical treatment until last week ; and then
gangrene had set in, and it was necess
ary to amputate a portio.i of the left foot
to save it. This was done on Thursday
last Mr. Miles Lewis and Mr. J is
Saxton, two respectable- and well known
citizens of this borough, took sick with
pneumonia about the same time, aud af
ter lingering for a week or more, both
died on Friday night last. Mr. Saxton
died at eiht o'clock and Mr. Lewis at
twelve. Both were interred on Mon
day A Phaenixville editor remem
bers escorting a young lady around a six
mile road, in just four hours and forty-
five minutes. 1 bis was before be was
married, and the night was a beautiful
moonlight one. Since getting joined in
the bands of wed lock, he can travel
over that road with his wife in less than
one hour and thirty minutes...... The
Commissioners of Huntingdon county,
having reason to believe that frauds have
been committed during the past year in
the issuing of scalp orders consider it
their duty as the guard iad of the county
funds, to urge, and insist, that no Jus
tice of the Peace shall issue an order on
the County Treasurer without the deliv
ery of .the bead of the animal, or the en
tire skin from the top of the head with
both ears attached Ou Saturday
morning last a week, the store of Gen.
B F. Bell's Mills, was entered by burg
lars and the safe broken open and $700
stolen. The money belonged to a lady
school teacher who had deposited it mon
ey there for safe keeping The law
of Pennsylvania requires in the case of
"every poor person not able to work,"
and who "has children or grandchildren,
parents or grandparents, of "sufficient
ability," thai such parents or graud par
ents, children, or grandchildren 'shall re
lieve and maintain such poor persons,"
at such fate as the Court of Quarter Ses
sions shall order.
On Thursday of last . week, as JMr
George W. Smiley and wife were about
starting for Concord, Franklin county,
in a sleigh, the horse frightened at the
car whistle, and ran off. throwing the oc
cupants ont of the sleigh. Mr. Smily
war cut about the head and face, and
Mrs. Smiley had her left shoulder dislo
cated. Mr. Atticks, of East Pennsboro", kil
led a hog on Monday, and on removing
the intestines he discovered something
hard, which, on examination, proved to
be a watch, which was covered with a
membrane in the lining of the stomach.
Mr. A. lost the watch while feeding 'the
hogs last fall. The time piece was
stopped, but after being wound common
eed going as well as ever. (Jarlith Her
A Perry county paper says, on the
23d ult., Mr. Samuel Rice, of Saville
township, was found dead in his bead in
the the morning. He had retired in his
us rial health and had been out shoveling
snow the day before . He was aged 79
years, 7months and 7 days. On last
Wednesday morming, Mr. Jacob Gou
gler, an old citizen of Liverpool borough,
died very suddenly. He had got up in
the morning and made the fire aud then
went back to bed. Shortly after he
was found dead. He was about 74 years
Tho TELEGRAPH FOD
DER CUTTERS the best iri
the market, are soiling rapidly
at PAISTE'S' HARDWARE
STORE. Every farmer should
have one. The money paid for
them is well invested. Buy
one and be convinced.
YODER YODEB On the 16th ult., at
the resilience of Michael Toiler in Fayette
township, by Rev. Samuel King, Joseph Vo
der, of Mifflin county, Fa., and Miss Fanny
Voder, of Fayette township, Juniata county.
KAUFFMAN VODER Ob the 10th ult.,
by Rev. C. Peachy, Mr. John Kauffman, of
Mifflin county, and Miss Lydia Toder, of
Fermanagh township, Juniata county.
TODER KURTZ On the 18th ult., by
the same, Mr. John C. Toder, of Fermanagh
township, and Miss Mattie Kurtz, of Mifflin
RENO KEN AG V Ou tho 30th ult., by
the same, Mr. Jonas Reno, of Fermanagh
township, and Miss Rebecca Kenagy, of T.ur
BELL MALCOLM On Thursday, Feb
ruary 13, at the Church of the Atonement,
by the Rev. Benjamin Watson, D. D., Gen
eral William Bell, of Mifflintown, and Jo
sephine V., daughter of William M. Shewell,
E-q , of Philadelphia.
MEM ING ER CONN On the 13th inst.,
at the residence of the bride's father, by the
Rev. J. A. Ross, Mr. T. II. Meminger and
Mary A. B. Conn, both of Sprnce Hill twp.
VODER VODER On the llih inst, by
Rev. V. II. Voder, Mr.-Solomon Voder, of
Mifflin county, and Miss Elizabeth Voder, of
Fermanagh township this county.
DIEIIL On the 11th inst., in Lack town
ship, Daniel Diehl, aged 75 years, 10 months
and 26 days.
Prices of Board of Commerce.
Reported weekly for the Josiata Skktixii.
by the Board of Commerce of Mifflin and Pat
terson. Butter lb 25
Eggs, il doz : 30
Lard, lb ....-.'.'.....v.... 8
Country Soap 8
Wool, washed .......... 60
Dried Apples 10
" Peaohes, pared 20
" Peaches, unpared 15
' Cherries, pitted 20
" Blackberries 10
' Raspberries 16
Country Hams . 12,
Sides nnd Shoulders.- 7
Totatoes, jja bus 40
Ground Alum Salt, t sack . 2 25
Railroad Ties 50
Locust Posts, mortising - 32
" " for board fence.. ..... ..... 15
Shelley & Stambaugh's Prices Current
Cbtstai, Palack, Mifflintown, 1
Feb. 19, 1873. f:-.
Prime Roll Butter, per lb.......
Eggs, per dozen
Lard, per lb
Tallow, per ib
Dried Apples, per lb ......
" Cherries, seedless, per lb.,
" " unseeded ,
Walnuts, per bus
Chickens, live, per 11)
Liverpool Ground Alum Salt, per sack 2 00
D. P. Solouff & Co.'s Prices Current.
White Wheat, bus f 1 75
Red " - 1 70
Corn, old 45
Cloverseed 6 00
Timothy seed 3 50
Prepared Coal, V ton.... ......... "..$5 25
Nut " " 4 25
Pea " " - - 3 10
Bituminous" " - 5 00
Run of Log, 4 4, 1000 ft $35 00
" " 6-8, " 25 00
" ' 8-4, " ....25 00to40 00
" " 6-4, " ... 25O0lo400O
Hemlock Frame, . " 2000
" Boards, " ..20 00
Whitepine worked Flooring............. 35 00
" German Siding 35 00
Panel Doors 2 00 to 3 00
Window Sash, 8x10, window- 65
" " 9x12, 75
' ' 10x12, . 80
" 10x14, 90
PHiiAPiLFhiA. Feb 18.4AJ2.
Flocb The demand continues limited and
only 800 barrels changed bands, including
N. W. Extra Family.
Ohio & Ind. do. do.
Penna. do. do.
.... $5 005 50
50 O0(y7 CO
$8 00ft,9 25
$8 509 50
S3 60,9 50
$9 7511 50
Csai.h. The wheat market is quiet and
steady with small sales of State and western
red at $1 88al 95, and amber at $1 98; whit
ranees at from $2 10 to $2 12. Tha last sale
of Rye was at fcOe. Corn meets a steady in
quiry, and 000 bushels yellow sold at &'.aGOc.
Oats are dull and offered freely ; sales of
4500 bushels western white at 48a50c, and
mixed at 4ii47e.
Seeks CloTcrseed is in fair demand ; 100
bus sold at 9alOo "tf Ib. Tiaiothy told at $3
i ii4 per bus.
PHILADELPHIA CATTLE MARKET.
Moidat, Feb. 174 P. M.
Beef Cattle were in fair demand this week
and prices were well maintained. About
2000 head arrived at the Arenas DroTe-yard,
including choice at 8ja8o ; axtra at 8a8Jc ;
fair to good at Cla'lo, and common at 66o
Cows and eaiTos are dull ana nominal at
$30a45. Receipts 250 head.
Sheep were dull. Bales or choice at Kia
and Jair to good at 4a"o. Receipts
Hoes were hirhar, and told at fi . j per
10 lbe for cornfed. Receipts 50U0 hell.
Crystal Palace. Crjstal Palace.
Stock of ttoods
IN THE COUXTt,
To Offer to the Public
VERY LOWEST PRICES,
Just Received from Eastern
Seeing Them will Guarantee Yon
SHELLEY & STAMBAUGII.
NEW CRYSTAL PALACE BUILDING,
Oct. 8, 1872.
TUE FRANCISCD S
Main Street, Opposite Court Tarfl,
Are offering Large Inducements to
CARRIAGE & WAGON MAKERS,
They hart on hand the fargesf stoci f
IRON. nORSE SHOES,
Kails, Paints, Leather,
la the central part of the Slats.
They are selling
Bar Tron at 5c Ib.
Horse Shoes at $7.25 1$ keg.
Uest Norway Nail Rods at 9c f Ib.
14 inch Horse Rasps at 85c each.
They aro selling
1J Hickory Felloes at SI .10 lb set.
1 1 Hickory Spokes at S3 00 5 set.
No. 1 Gam Hobs at 90c V 8et
So. 1 Hemlock Sole Leather at 31c lb.
No. 1 Best Oak Leather at 40c $ lb.
tlB. In order to close out their immense ttock
they will sell them at C0ST.-
Give them a call before pur
Franciscus Hardware Co.
Main Street, Mifflintown.
D. P. SULOUFF & CO.,
(Suooessors to D. K. Sulouff & Co.,)
CALCINED PLASTER, CEMENT, &C.
The Highest Cash Prices Paid
for all kinds of Grain.
Lumber. Coal, &e., Sold at the
Haying boats of our own we can freight
Grain, Lumber, Coal, Ac, eheaper than any
other parties. We therefore defy competi
tion. 57Tou can make money by calling on as
before selling or buying elsewhere.
Gm witt si BiciiytD is rroni 10 B
SOLD BT TUB IsT Of JVBB, 1873.
P. S. Our grain is not elevated on men's
ll.Ointown, April 20, IS 72.
DATID WATTS most respectfully announ
ces t the snblis that he is prepared to
SCHOOL BOOKS AID STATIONERY
at reduced price. Hereafter giro him a call
at hit OLD STAND, MAIN St., JIIFTLI5.
tr"JciATA SaariBfi $1,50 oer year.
JUST NOW OPENED
TILTEN & ESPENSCHADE'S,
13riljjc Hi root, iMillliuto-wn,
And tho Most Attractive Stuck of Gwk ever Brought
DRESS GOODS IN ENDLESS VARIETY OF FRICES AND STYLES.
Black Silks, Drap Do Alinn, Imperial Reps, Jamiso,
Cachmeri Rave, Australian Crape Empress,
Batest Canton Cloths, &e., &c,
IN GOOD VARIETY.
We respectfully solicit an cximiuation b; fore purchasing t-lscwliere.
Any and ererything, such as Sfiaw's, Cloths, (issimerrs. Flannels.
Blankets, Vndtrtccar, JIttsiery, Coris, A;.-., A-.
Of any aud everything at prices which defy competition.
Our Sli.oe Hewiu'tment
One of the best in he county, embracing a'l the Nuw and Hcst Stjlos
for the Fall aud Winter Trade, for Ladies, Misses and Children the
same exclusively for onr trado at prices to suit H purchasers, livery
Grocery and Queensware Department.
For our Grocery and Queensware Department wc have secured
one of the finest rooms ?ri the county in the Odd Fellows' Ilall.
Just opened one of tho largest and best stocks of (Jood.s ever
brought to the county, all of which are kiudly pufimitted to tiio inspection of ult
our numerous friends and enstomers. For quality and prices we defy competition.
EVERYBODY CORDIALLY INVITED.
"LOW PRICES FOR CASH" OUR MOTTO.
TILTEX & ESVEXSCIIADK.
Oct. 30, 18T2-ly
D. W. HARLEY & CO.'S
Is the place where you can buy
rJL,lit5 best rind tIo Clioziposst
MENS' YOUTHS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, AND FUEITISEIHG GCC23.
WE are prepared to exhibit one of tho mo ehoi! ami select Stocks cer offered
marfcet," and at ASroXlSHIXO LOit MICKS :
Also, measures taken for Suits and parts of Suits, which will be made to order,
at short notice, very reasonable.
Remember the place, in the Nevin Bnilding, two doors west of the Keyptniix
Store, BRIDGE STREET, MIFFLINTOWN, l'A. may 3, ISTJ-tf
DR. P. C.
DEALER IX EVERYTHING THAT
The public attention; is also invited to hi.? large assortment f
All persons who aro in need of Spectacles will find it to their advantao to
call, as they will find the largest stock in the comity to seh-ct from. COM ft
AND II AVE YOUR EYE-SIGHT KKSTORKD. Al.-o, a sph-ndid nsoiiBicr.t -f
TOILET ARTICLES FOR THE LADIES,
With an mmenso stock of NOTION'S, jjgy Sonifitliing for everybody, younj;
and old, at the
PATTERSON DRL'fi STORE.
JUNIATA VALLEY BANK
JOSEPH POME ROY, President.
T. VAN IRVIN, Cashici.
Joseph PonVeroy, jJolia J. Patterson,
Jereuie N. Thompson,: George Jacobs,
Loan money, receive deposits, pay interest
on time deposits, buy and Bell coin aud Uni
ted States Bonds, cash coupons and checks.
Remit money to any part of the United States
and al.o to Engltod, Scotland, Ireland and
Germany. Eell Rerenue Stamps.
In sums of (200 at i per cent, discount.
In sums ot $500 at 2 per cent, discount.
In sums of $1000 at 3 per cent, discount.
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All kinds of Job Work aeilly iecu: 1.
CONSTITUTES A FIRST-CLASS
NEW DRUG STORE.
BANKS A ILUILIX,
Main Street, M!hnttttt, '.
HE ALL KS IX
DRlfcS k'tB .ILDIt IIE,
Hair Hru.'Lc, Tco:b Eruahuf.
Hair Oil, Tol.acco,
LAR'JK VAUIKTY OK
selected with reat care, and warranted from
Purest of W1NE3 ASK LIQUORS f r Medi
a-I'KKSCRIPTION'a compound' l tii'
great care. nialii Ti !y
WALL PAP E R .
Rally to the Place where you ca buy
your Wall Taper Cheap.
f"MIE undersigned lak?3 thN method of in
X forming the publie that he has ju;t re
ceived at his residence on Third Strtti, Mif
flintown, a large assortment of
of Tirioni styles, which he offers fur fale
CHEAPER than ean be purchased eiewhpre
ia the county. All persons in nerd of the
atOT article, and wishinsr in rave money, are
invite i to call and examine his sio:a and
hear his prices heloro going elsewhere.
lX.L.,rge supply ccnMtnily on Laud.