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j UN I ATA SENTINEL
Wednesday- Sept. 24, 1ST3.
PEKK'A. R. RETIME TABLE.
Passenger trains leave MilHin Station a
Phiadvlphia Express, 1 10 a ni.
Fast Line, 4li m.
Southern Express, 6 o" a ui.
K-irri-burg Accommo., 11 28 a lu.
Mail, 33 p in.
Paoilic Express, 10 1)7 am.
Oncinuatt Express, 8 IM p in.
Pittsburg Express, 1 8 a in.
Cincinnati Express, 1 63 am.
Southern Express, 4 10 a in.
Pacific, 6 43 a ni.
Wav Passenger, 10 07 a in.
Hail, i 38 p ui.
Fast Line, 6 21 p in.
Mifflin, May 2", 1873.
Frost lias appeared so often this fall that
It is no longer talked of.
A human skeleton lias receutly been un
tartUed in a vacant lot in Lcwislown.
IL A. S'.iitnbaugh Las purchased the Lit
tlelielj hotel property ou Main street.
I). P. Sulouff lias purchased Mrs. Kevin's
property on Kru.ge street, for the sum of
The river now lifts U.at tinge of color
that l.as given rise to the uume of the
"Dad Smith" was committed to jail on
Saturdsy, I'nr a.iauitinj and seriously in
juring a citizen I I'errysvillc.
Tine Bcrgy Hroihers have a lot of fine
cattle that they purchased from Western
men who delivered the cattle here at Mif
flin. The E'lrojieans now more than ever cry
"Sho.My.n The financial failure of our
pretentions banking house furnishes them
with food for their charges.
Sabbath School people ol Johnstown
nnc) viinii? he'd a ceiebration in a grove
on the farm of KvcrarJ Olis, Esq., lust
Saluicay. Those present rejxrt most fa
vorably of it.
The Pennsylvania Railroad Company
lias discharged o'i'te a nmnbrr of laboring
men, and reduced the wages of those re
maining to $l.fJ per day and 50 cents for
Sa'unl ivs, allo.viuj tliem forty four hours
The Cuiistitutionnl Convention is nipiin
at work in Philadelphia, aud that reminds
' of the fact that the complete account of
'he proceedings of the Convention as lar as
tran -acted before the adjournment, were
burned in the fire that destroyed the Sex
ru Estate ron Sale J. Shclbnrn
It ibis; jq, Executor of Catharine Cunning
ham, deceased, will offer at public, sale, at
2 o'c lock P. M , o:i Thursday. October 10,
171. Twciitv-eL-ht acre ol Land in Mil-
ford township, having Dwelling House,
H.ink Il.ua and other outbuildings theieon
reeled. See advertisement in another
Wii.n Chf.iirv T5 vi.sam. The memory
if Or. Wtstar is eiiiba'iiued in the hearts of i
thousands whom his ltn!.-m of Wild
C.icrry La cured of coughs, colds, coa
Min.ptior", or vine oilier lorm of pulmon
ary dtsraw. ll is now over forty years
since thit pp-paral'ion was hroi'sht before
the public, and yet the dcuiaiid lor it is
Special Examinations of Teaclr
5lts. Special examination will be beid
in the Court House, at Mifflintown, on
Salurdajs, October 4tii, lltli and ISth, !
1S73, commencing at 10 J o'clock l. ra.,
fir irregular applicants, bringing re.
quest signed by not less tban three
members cf the Hoard of directors of
their respective 1'iftncts, stating that
they wish to empolj mill applicants.
i). k. noiiisox,
Sep 23, 1873 -St. Co. Sapt.
A Fact. ew "rleans Juryman
on being asked by the Judge whether
lie read the paper?, replied, "Yes, jour
Honor, but if you let me off tliis time,
I'll never do so any more, bnt will re.
lapse into t lie superstitious ignorance of
the man who don't know that it the
Furniture Wareroom of Vm. F. Sny
der, iu Miffliutowii, Pa., the people can
be supplied wit'j all kinds of ( hairs of
the latest styles, as well as Matresses,
Lounges and 15ed Springs of the very
latest and most improved manufacture. "
If in ueed of auy of the above named
articles, you will do well to go to Sny.
dor's. A fact.
A Ficsntsfi Attempt to IS low up
A SCHOOL HOUSE AND 1'lKTKEN OH
Twentf Person's. A correspondent
informs us that a diabolical attempt at
wholesale murder was made in Huston
township, this county, on Saturday
evening September Cth : " While the
Good Templar Lodge was in session at
Mill Kuu, aa explosion of powder oc
curred beneath the floor of the school
bouse in which the organization met,
with auffioieut force to tip 07er the
tables aud hinps, while the fire burst
through the crevices in the floor and
Gl'.cd the bouse with a stifling smoke.
A further examination by daylight re
vealed the fact that the building bad
been lifted enough to allow the founda
tion to be pushed out of place. A
powder can, that would bold about 25
pounls was fouud under the house, torn
to pieces. Bushes had been cut and
placed over the opening male in the
wall to introduce the can. The floor
beins a double one, it was strong
nough to withstand the shock even to
Mgitly lifting the bouse and pushing
out lie wall thus enatlmg the powder
to expend its force latterly, and thwart
ing the evident intention to blow np
fifteen or twenty men and women. No
puui.bmeot nnder our laws is too tevere
for each a dastardly outrage, aud we
hope (he fiends who made this attempt
to injure and maim, or destroy the lives
of, bo large a number ef innocent per
sons, assembled in a peaceful and social
capacity, may be discovered sod pun
ished to the utmost extent of the law.
S1,000 REWARD !
The National Board of Fire Under
writers hereby offers a reward of one
thousand dollars for the detection, cod.
viclion and punishment of parties charg
ed with the crime of arson, in firing the
premises situate in the central portion
of Mifflintown, Peiin'a., on the 23d of
August, 1873 ; said reward will be paid
only on due proof being furnished the
Executive Committee of the conviction
and actual punishment of raid criminal.
By otder of the Executive Committee.
New York, Sept 15. l&73-2t.
General Orders No, 7, C. S,
1873. 1st. Juniata Scouts are hereby
ordered to bold themselves iu readiness
to turn out at an hour's notice.
2d. Juniata Scouts are hereby or,
dcred to parade at McAlisterville, on
Sept. 27th, 1873, at 10 o'clock A. M.
All men are ordered to be there. No
excuses for that day under any circum
stances. J K. KOB130N, Capt.
Matthew IIoduerp, O. S.
It n no longer fashionable to have a
groomsman or men at wedding. Mauls of
honor tor the bride are the only attendants
needed, fashion says.
31 A UK I ED:
KINZER MLSS1MER On July 23d. at
the Lutheran Parsonage in McAlisterville,
by Bcv. A. Cnpeuharer, .Mr. Thomas L.
Kinzcr and Miss Annie Missimcr, both of
WRIGHT LITTLEFIELD On the !tth
inst., at the same place, by the sanic, Mr.
John C. Wri?ht and Miss Sallie II. Little
field, both of Mifflintown.
READER WATSOX On August 2!st,
by Henry Titxel, Esq., Mr. Jacob Reader
and Miss Margaret Watson, both of Tell
township, Huntingdon county.
MIFFLIN AM PATTERSON MARKETS
Corrected weekly by the Mifflin and Patter
son Board of Commerce.
Mifflintown September 19, IfS'S.
Butter, prime roll
Fggs, per rtor......
Vinegar, per qt
Shoulders .Sides .
HvcKWax, per ill.
Wi. I, washed
Cal Oil, pr gall
Salt per sack --o
CHAIN AND SKKI1H.
Corrected weeKlv bv D. 1'. Sulonfi" Co
Wheat, rid..,;.,,'. $1 40
Clov.rseot 5 00
Timothy seed '2 M
Maxcel 1 T"
J. A H-A- Stambniisli's Price Current,
Corrected Weekly, Spt 1!, !;:.
Triine Roll ?ntU'r n-r pound 25
Kjrgs, per dozen- 25
Dried Apples per j-oiind 8
I.ar.1, " 8
Chickens, live " 8
FlIILAnFLPUIA, Sept. 23.
Flo r The marketis quiet but ateadr.
The demand is mostly from the home con
sumer. About fOO bbls sold, including
Suterfinc $1 00at -SO
Extras 4 50a5 30
Iowa 4t Wis. ex. laiiiily 7 00:i7 50
M innesota do. do 7 75aS "J5
Penn., Ohio k Ind. do. do.. . 7 23a8 50
FaHcy brands 8 75alO 00
Grain There is no lite in the wheat niir
ket and only 1200 bus sold at$l 55al 60 for
reI, $1 05al 70 for amber, and $1 70al 85
lor white. live is selling at 83a8c Coi n
is dull and lower. Sales of 5000 bus at (ilic
for yellow and fwa'Wc for mixed. Oats are
selling at oOailc for white aad 44a4Sc lor
PHILADELPHIA CATTLE MARKET.
The market for Beef Cattle was dull this
week, and prices were rather lower. Sales
of choice and extra at 7a7Jc, fair to good at
fijii'ilc; and common at 4 i4Jc. Receipts
Cows and Calves were dull and nominal at
$35i70. Receipts 250 head.
Sheep of good quality met a fair demand
but eoinnien nmve slowly. Sales of the
former at 4iaf.e, and the latter at $2a3 per
hea 1. Receipts 16,()ii0 head.
Hogs met a fair demand at $7 23 for corn,
feit. Receipts 7000 head.
j"OTICE TO PAV UP.
All persons indebted to the undersigned,
either by note or book account, are request
ed to come forward and settle the same
without further delay. Office in Graybill'a
Hall, immediately above the Hardware Store
aep5,1873.tf. D. P. 1'AISTE.
PRICES OF TEETH!
Full Coper or Lower Setts as Low as $5
No teeth allowed to leave the office un
less the patient is satisfied.
Teeth remodeled and repaired.
Teeth rilled to tast for life.
Dental wo' k done for persons without
them leaving their homes, if desired.
Toothache stormed in five minutes with
out extracting toe tooth, at the Dental Of
fice of G. L. DERR, establislieu tn anmin
town in 1S00.
O. L. DERTt,
Jan 24. 1372. Practical Demist.
Eff TAILOR SHOP.
The undersigned would respectfully in
forui the public that he has opened a
at his residence, on Bridge street, in tli
Parker Mansion, and is now prejiared to d
at short notice and in the most durable and
He intends to put out none but good wort
and asks a alurre of the public patronage.
sept 3, 1873-tf.
LIST OP PREMIUMS TO BE
nwanlut by the several Committees at
the Jtiututa County Axrkultuml Valr, to lie
ueiu ui i-errvvnui, in h!i county, an TU tM
IAV, WKU.VKSbAY ami TUL"li.sl)AY,OU
TUUEH 7tli, 6th and uth, ls73 : .
HORSES, COLTS AND MULES,
For bust stallion over 3 ytars old . i 00
do Ss-ond to. 5 ml
do Heavy Krali Horse or Mare a i
do Keenl do. do .... H im
1I0 I larnesK horse or ware M 4 iMI
do Second do. do .1 ()
do Pair harm-sit horses or inarm...... 4 111
do Herond do. do ........ X (l
do Saddle horse or male .1 l
do Sesiid !. 1I0 2 W
do iirood mure nd oilt........... 5
h S. -.n. I do. do S mi
io i:oli, :i years old, horse or mare... a m
do sNmd h. do 2
do 1 wo year old colt...... 3 mi
do Seeiiii do. ilo 2 ll
to Yearling colt ., :l ml
ilo Seeoml do. do . . 2 ml
do Kiieking colt.... 1 ml
do Jaek mi
do Second do 4 l
do Pair ninl.-s 3 mi
do Second do. do 2 ll
do Four l-orw team 4 ml
do Knur imtlc team . 3
do Mule (nil 2 110
do Second uo. do 1 00
For best Trotting horse or mare raised
in county ................... no
For Ih-sI seoiid do. do l-'i 00
do Thinl do. do W 00
Uu Tnillinx liorse or mare raised
outside ot county 15 00
do Second do. do 10 00
For Ix-st linll over 2 years ? 00
do Second df. ilo :l m
do Hull calf under 2 years 2 m
do second do. do 1 ml
do Cow over 2 years 4 no
ilo stsiind do. do a ml
do Heifer call tinder 2 years 2 111
do s-eiitul do. do 1 tn)
do Yoke of oxen 3 00
For best One woolcd buck or ewe over 1
y.iir ?2 00
do Seismd do. do 1 00
do Look woolcd buck or ewe over
1 y.-ar 2 00
do Second do. do 1 00
do IVn of lnuili in or morei 2 no
do i'eu ol ewes ( or more) over 1 yr 3 00
For liest Dour over ti months $2 00
do Second do. tlo 1 00
do HrerdiiiLf sow aud pigs 2 00
do Second 110. do . 1 ml
do Fair pigs, for nt;e 1
Forliest pair chickens (inale anil fe
male) S 7"
do Second do. do ."i0
do Colhs-iion tOor more.... 1 ml
do Second tlo. do .i0
do 1'alr turkeys (male & j'emale) 2 ml
do Second ilo. ilo 1 mi
do Pair geese 75
do Pair iiucks . .to
do Fair isuincus .Vl
do Fair fca fowls. 75
A UKWULTUllA I. IMPLEMENTS.
For lie.! Kaiiiinitf ilill S ml
do Cultivator 1 00
do Iri. tin sevih-r ami cultivator.. 1 tn)
do tiny elevator 1 ml
flo Koad wagon, new 3 mi
do One and two horse Wilson, new,
each 2 00
do tirain cradle, new. . 1 no
do straw mid lisliler eutter........ 2 mi
do llenper and mower 3 00
do Harrow 1 Ol
ilo I'iow 011 trial 2 mi
tlo Suhsoil plow.... 1 11
do Corn plow 2 00
ilo Horsepower unit threshing ma
chine 5 00
do Clover holler, new 2 00
ilo liorse rake, new 1 no
do Corn shelier, uew 1 00
do 'hum, new 1 00
ilo Washing machine 1 on
ilo Wood saw, circular or other saw, 1 .in
do Corn urinder 1 00
M. I .V U FACT I 'HE It A It Tit LKS.
For lest display of enhiuct ware SS oft
do disilav W iHMits and shoes 2 Till
do Suit of elotliini!. I no
do lit of eastings 2 mi
lo lU of lioie shin's and nails 1 00
do Lot of oru hmoms .si
do Talltusl and finished hl.rness 2 Oil
do Variety of upper and calfskins, 2 mi
do Side of sole leather 2 00
do Hunay, new- a mi
ilo Kaimiy curriauc w 4 no
ilo spritiK wagon 2 no
do suiky 1 W
do liisplav of buggy and wagon har
do lu.-play of saildlery 2 ii
do Cof)killg stove 1 ."SI
ilo Hispliiv of tinware 1 mi
do :tee hives.. 1 nu
fuivit. an a ix a xi seeds.
For ls'.-t harrel of I'lour 2 no 1
do Sis-olid do. flo I mi
do Ihishel httckwhee.t fl'iur 1 mi
do Corn local .o
ilo White wheat 1 ":l
do Seotid do 1 no
do lied wheat - 1 -VI
do S-cnud do 1 Ol'
do Hye 1 110
lio Second do -Vl
do Corn in ears 1 .VI
lo Second do 1 11
do Oats flO
do Second do....w .
ilo Itarley ......
do Stsron-I do
do Second do
do Second do
... 2 on
. 1 ()
... 1 00
... 1 mi
For hi-st bushel ot Irish polutes
do Se(oud do. do
ilo Sweet potatoes
do Second ilo. do
do bushels of turnips
ilo pumpkins, cow or sweet each
ilo lot of sweet or common kind....
do lit of ruta lniga,siiiarieets,e!ili-
fniB", caulinower or egg plant
00 lllsjday of vegetables...... 2 00
For ls'st Half bus. applm, full or winter..$l 00
1IO S.SSII1II OO. UO
do t.ot of dried cherries iio
do l ot of pcar 1 00
do IMsplay of drieil fnnt 1 !
do liisplay of gnen fruit - 2 00
do Iot of 'luinees 1 no
do KispUy of griijies 1 li
do Ihsplay ol peaches.. 1 00
PRODUCTS OF HOUSE, FARM AND
For tiest Fruit cake, rusk, pound cuke,
lisht cake or loaf of hread.each.S 50
do Currant, blaeklierry orehlerlaT-
ry wi:ie, each ............ 50
do Hii;f gallon pure .Iniee of Brape,
iliiinee. pi ach, tonu'.to, apple or
crab preserves, each iio
do lisi!av ol preserves jellies.... 2 im
do Jar of apple butter 00
do li mey in comb and box, G It s.... 2 flo
ilo Sci-ond do. do 1 00
do Five pounds of butter In roll.... 2 00
ilo Sis-ond do. ilo 1 ID
do Home made cheese ... 2 U0
For best Flannel. 10 yards Fi 00
do Second do. do 2 in
do Quilt 4 00
do Second do......... H Wl
ilo Coverlet 3 01
ilo Second do .. 2 III)
ilo tilnen sheets .'Hot
ilo second do. ilo. ... ... .. 2 00
do Pair linen tablecloths 2 0
ilo Second do. ilo 1 00
do Pair woolen hose 50
do Second do. do 2
do Fair woolen blankets.... 3 n't
ilo Second do. flo.... 2 00
do Woolen carpet, 10 yards.... 3 )
ilo Second do. do 2 UU
do Mittens, uioves, or ornamental
needle work, mat, rui;, shell
work, wax flowers, cushions
aud table covers, each . .......... TiO
For liest Shirt 1 l
flo Second do 1 11
do Display of embroidery 4 00
do Child dress, chuirtiily, ottoman
cover, sampler, pair of slippers,
stand cover, lamp rug,&c.,each. 30
DRA WINGS AND PAINTINGS.
For liest Display drawings 4 puintlngs.l 00
ilo Second ilo. do 2 i0
do Drawings 111 architecture 2 00
For best Band, subject to order of exec
utive committee for last two
davs of Fair tSJI 00
do Second ilo. do 10 UO
RULES AND REGULATIONS.
1 Premiums will I awarded on nil mer
itorious articles omitted iu the above enu
meration. 2 No article or animal can be admitted on
the fair grounds until properly entered on
the lMKks of the secretary.
3 No article or animal must be removed
until it close except by the permission of
4 Hay unit straw for all animals free of
5 The ring shall not ! entered, either
riding or driving a horse, by any person In
The several committee will make their
report to the aecretary by t) o'clock, ou Thurs
day the mil.
7 Flowing match will oecurnt 9 o'clock.
A. Jlloil juurmm.t, uitr mil.
H Owner of animals intending to com
pete for the prlre. ottered under the head of
scfM will oe expecieu to pay cm lor euurriiig
0 All arti'-les Intended for exhibition must
boentcnsl by ten o'clock, on Wednesday ,the
Sih, as the secretary's liooks will be posi
tivclv rioted nt that time.
lo-lsnccial admission into the grounds for
a single borse, one dollar ; for a horse and
vehicle, one dollar and a half: for two
hnrsc and vehicle, two dollars, hut will not
le allowed to be on the ring during the trial
11 No article or animal can compete for
mnrf. then one nreminm.
I '-The several committee are reoncsted to
return their books to the Premium Commis
sioner after tlie award are determined to
be by them, corrected before said commit
tees and discharged.
The families of those taking one shore or
stoc k, enter free, and nave aiso the right of
The families of those taking one share of
ntoek. cuter free, but will tie charged Ufly
cent for t he rlihi of exhibit inr.
Family tickers with the right of exhibit
ing, oue dollar. Single tickets, tweuty-flve
It. W. JAAIISON, Prrridrnt.
Sept. 17, lK73-au
We bav opened out in Jacob Thomas'
parlor, oue door north of the Juniata Hotel,
the large.-.t and best stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
ever brought to the county.
We buy our stock from Manufacturers and
in large lots. We pay ctwh and expect to
sell for ttah, which will enable us to offer
nt PRICES far BELOW the AVERAGE.
VTOttK XDE TO ORDER.
This branch of the business will lie super
Intended by A. B. FASIC, one of the liest
practical mechanics III the county. All
kinds of repairing done.
All Work Warranted.
July 2, lSTS tf.
CLOTHING ! !
HATS & CAPS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
Jan. 17, 1S72. tf.
s li iris.
I tg-Cnllnnd See r.-a
US- Mea-suers taken and suits and parts
of soils made to order at the shortest notice,
JUNIATA VALLEY BANK.
Pomsroy, Patterson, Jacobs & Co.
MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, rA.
.TOSF.rH roMF.ROY, Iresldent.
T. VAN UIVIX, Cashier.
pi r.Kin oils:
Joseph Fomeroy, ;,Tohn Balsbni-U,
Jeniine N. 'i'hniiipson, ! H. H. Kechlel,
John J. Patterson, S. Frank lvale,
Uiiifrd Sfatrs Sccuritic; Jlontlt, -., bought
Scirii-fAirfiejexcbanitecl for Firrtrentiea nt
market rat-s. United state couinins paid.
oiul .veer Imteht at hichest rates.
7jkmi7ji rcceiveil, roiUvtiuH vuttte, tlrats tin
the irHciMtl C'lU'S, ami a yenerul lumkiny btisi
Bonds and other valuable papers received
on s;Mjeial deposit. jylS-tf
JTEW BOOT & SHOE STOKE
IN I!F.S1DENCF ON
CHERRY STREET, MIFFLINTOWN.
The nndersiffned, late of the firm 01 Fas!c
tc North, wuhl respectfully announce to the
public that he has opened a Ifcsit and Shoe
Stiire in said building, and keeps on hand a
lare and well selected stock of
READY-MADE WORK, for
MEN, WOMEN aud CHILDREN.
He Is iiIko Dreimretl to manufacture, of the
best material, all kinds of
BOOTS, SHOES AND GAITERS,
for gents, ladies and children.
ALL WOKK WARRANTER.
Give me a call. for I feel eon ftdent that lean
furnish you with any kind of work you may
li- Repairing done neatly and at reasona
jcT-tf JOHN NORTH.
JEW DRlli STORE.
BANKS & HAMLIN,
Slain Street, Mifflintown, Pa
FRITHS AND MEDICINES,
CHEMICALS, DYE STUFF, FAINTS
OILS, V AKMSHKS, GLASS, FUTTY,
COAL OIL, LAMFS, BUliXKRS,
CHIMNEYS, 15 KIT SUES,
HAIR KKUXHES, TOOTH
LARGE VARIKEY OF
Selected with great car a, and warranted
iroin liiirli authoritv.
K7-Furest of WINES AND LIQUORS
for medical purposes.
DS-FRESCKII'TIONS cmponnded with
great care. f June 22-tl.
GUMP & BEILDECK'S
ON BRIDGE STREET,
In Wilson's Brick Building for yonr
FALL AND WINTEE
Tbey still hold forth at their old place,
and take this method to inform their numer
ous friends and everybody else, that they
are getting in a large supply of Fall and
Winter Clothing, boots and Shoes, Hats
and Gaps, Gents' Furnishing Goods, No
tions, Watches, Jewelry, Sue., and invites
them to give them a call. Tlwy guarantee
to sell good goods at low prices aud cheap
er tban can be got elsewhere in Juniata
comity. UllU' fe BMAUfcCl.
Sep. 19, 187345m,
Up From The
TITO STORES IJY ONE!
COME AND SEE
The Largest Lot Yet
AT TILTEN & ESPENSGHADE'S,
ODD PELIiOWS' TTAIiIj.
Bridge St root, IVT1 tTH Ixxto-trxi. Zr'ctl
No. 1. Domestics. j
No. 2 Prints and Ginghams. j
No. 3. White Goods ami Linens. j
No. 4. Flannels and White Quilts. !
No. 5. Silks, Dress Goods and Shawls. i
No. G. Cloths, Cashmeres anil Suiting. ,
No. 7. Tweeds, Li mine, Jeans, tV:c.
No. 8. Notions and Fancy ( roods.
No. 9. Brussels, Wool, Ingrain, Venition ami List Carpets.
No. 10. Wool and Cotton Carpet Yarns.
Ladies Serge Fr Kid Morocco and Goat Shoes
Hisses Seme Fr Kid and Morocco Gaiters.
Childs Buff, Blue, Pearl, Colored Kid Gaiters.
ALL GOODS CUSTOM MADE & WA1H1APED
AT &W FHICES.
. Glass and Queensware. Largest stock in the county.
1.' Stone and Koekingham Crockery.
( Talile Cutlery and Oil Shades.
Table ami Floor Oil Clot lis, J to 2 yards wide.
Largest and best stock of Fine Groceries.
Foreign and Domestic Cured and Canned Fruits.
Men and Boys Shoes and Boots.
Also a full line of GKOCr UIES, WILLOW -W AKh, !
At JLow Fsiceg for aIa,
Op Countpy Produce.
Mifflintown, July 30, 1873 2m.
THE FALL OF
IN ALL ITS GLORY.
J. & II. A. STAMBAUGH'S
MAMMOTH STORE ! !
Stock of Goods
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
NEW CASH STORE
One and a half miles
THE subscriber wonld most respectfully inform the public that ho has just opened a
Store at the above place, where he is prepared to supply all who may laor hiin with
their patronage with the latest and most select assortment of
DKY GOODS, (JK0CEWES, QIEEXSWARE, W(H)D AXD WILLOW WAKE, OIL
CLOTHS, BOUTS & SHOtS. Also, with a lull supply or
HOME-MADE GOODS, YARNS, &C,
All of which he offers to sell or exchange forcountr pioJuce at
THE VERY LOWEST PRICES.
Much lower, in fact, than goods have been aold within the county for many years.
He will pay the highest market price for Locust Posts, Railroad Tics ami Wood,
either in cash or goods.
A. J. HERTZLEPv
Locust Grove, Aug. 8, 1873-tf.
WHAT TO WEAK KUV HOW TO mm IT.
Just tep into SAMUEL STfiAYER'S CL0TII1XG STORE, Bri.Ige street, Patterson'
Pa., and he will tell you all about it.
Earing just returned from Philadelphia and New York, lie can aupply yon with the
Latest and Choicest S tyles c f
CLOTHING OF ALL KINDS,
Coats, Pants, Vests, lUts, Caps, Boots amtSIioes, Watches and Jewelry, Notions, furnishing-
Goods in endless variety, Carpets, Floor Oil Cloth, Fnrnitnre, ttc., cheaper than
the cheapest, tor the same quality ol goods. Call iu and be convinced.
Measures Taken aud Suits Made to Order .
Patterson, May 16, 1873. SaML'EL STRAYKR.
Fire $gain !
HUB HUB HI II
south.west of Patterson.
IN WELLEK'S BUILDING, MAIN ST.,
JIIFKLINTOWN, JUNIATA CO., PA.
Great Attractions and Extra In-!
Look at my prices aud compare them
villi others .-
Ladie Sluwls at $l,-jt, $ ,) up to $:;,flO.
Itreakl'ast Shawls, from "M cents upwanls.
Woolen Ulaiikefs $l,'.sllo Si,7,.
Countorpanes. . .$ ,:."), $1 ,K) and upwards
Balmoral and M.-lt.iii Skirts $1.IH.
Ladies' Cotton Hose lllr, 1-Jc, I k;.
Woolen l.'ie. l.s..
PiK-bet ILilulken-liielH :-. J.- I..- '-. .,.,1 I
I nilercloiiiiiig -tc, tV, ti-ie, i-k.-
I'aper Coll. us, pur box, libels ami upwards. I
Miirt tsuttous, pi r gross
lt.-i i. men cuoe Luces, per dox ,-. i
Linen Ton Is I Or 12c, SHr. '
!''". r!' ""nfV V- IV"
In.itattoi, Buckskin l.loves yic. !
Coalus ami tl.uk s tisHil lottou la;.!
tltbcr Si-ml Cotton 4c.
.iilil-i'ved Neefllcs .-icts tor 'J ,
Indies' Fill's, yreat variety, sots, $,!.
$,'),$ ,M) an. I upvaid.
Acconlcoiis, Jetvelry ol' all kinds, Gold,
Silver and 1'latcd Wati lics.
lfihhoua of all shades-.
Neckties of all styles.
Iulk-s' i loves and llaiiflkcrciiicls.
Ladies' Hoods and Scarls. Triininiiis ami '
Edging; ol all kinds, Ladies' Belts, Ladies' '
Flitleiclolbiii;. Knives and Fork.., Spoons, t
Butcher and l'lajkct Knives. I
I am dct ruiiiicil to sell, hence am etu
tiled to otl'.-r cx'ra iiiiliicetiients.
X"C'all ami cx.imiiie my stock.
Nov. 2, lfsm-ll. LM1L .Sl'HOTT.
TO THK C IT1ZKNS OF I'KXNsYL- I
VAKI.V Your ai:ciilion is fprci.iJIv invi
ted to the f.tcf that I lie National Rinks arc
now prepared lo receive suliscriplions to j
flu- Capital Sl-a k I liie C'eiitenniiil Hoard j
ot Finance. I'he lunils rvalizcil from tins
source are lo be cm ploy ei'. in the erect ion '
of the bulliliuus for the Inlcrimtionnl Kx- '
liib'iion, an t the expenses comrci ieft n ub
tbeMiuie. It is coiitiileiuly believed that
the Keystone Stale mil lie represented by
ihe name ol" e'ery cui.i-n alire lo ptitriolic
comiucmoraiioii ot flu one btindrciltli
birth day of the n iiioe. The shuns ol
stock are ollcri-fl for (IU cu ll, nml sub-M-rtlM-rs
will receive a lianilsomely sieel
encraveil Ccrjificate of Stock, suitubie for
frin tin: ami prcstrvation as it iiationa!
Interest tit the rate of six per cent per
annum will Im- paid on all payments of
Centennial S'oek trom date ot puymcul to
Janiviry I, l?fi.
Snliseriliers who are not near x Xafiiunl
Hank can riimil a check or post ofllec order
to the undersigned.
FKKIFK F15ALF.Y, Treasurer.
tf U04 Walnut St., Philadelphia.
V. SI LOl'FF &. CO,
FORWARD AND COMMISSION
QKOIH.K S. JIILLS,
Would most respectfully inform his friends
ami tlie public generally that he has com.
inenced the business of Merchant Tailoring
in the store room formerly isjcupied by J .
W. Stevcson, opposite Mcilaiiigal's Hotel,
where he w ill keep constantly on h ind
And all styles of goods, suited for men and
boy's wear, which he will manufacture to
oi-der, on short notice and very reasonable
terms. Being an old practical tailor, he
feels Ratified he can give satisfaction. He
has also in cumiecUim with the above a d.
HATS AXD CAPS,
BOOTS AM) SHOES, SOTIONS, tc,
of all kinds, quality and sizes, for men and
boys, which he is selling very low. Give
him a call and inspect his stock.
GKoKtcE S. MILLS.
Perry sville, May 2, lc.7;!.
AMERICAN C KNTENN IAL-
AT TUE CiXAL ST0BE, MEXICO,
Keeps constanlly on h.nid and fur sale at a
small profit, a well selected assortment of
V(J0D & WILLOW WAR E,
FISH, tSALT, PLASTER.
Also, FLl l' R and all kinds of PKOVIS I0X
nd MILL FEED.
TOP PRICES paiu for Country Produce
ami all bii.da el GRAIX, partictiU'ly for
choK-e lots of wheat.
Mexico, Pa., May 0, ll7;l-Oiii..
the iowkst rnicE usT kvee rruLisiirn or
In Solid (iold and Com Silver Cases only.
BENEDICTS' TIME VA TCH PRICES.
Silver Watch. Ovingtoii Benedict $30,09
Gold (10 kt ) , U.OO
Silver Vt'mIcIi, S.iiii'1 V. Beneduct l-'V OO
Gold (18 kL) 105.00
AMERICAN WALTHAM WATCHES
Coin Silver Hanting Watch, Win.
deld Hunting Watches, lients'
Gold n Hitting Watches, Ladies'
Sent to all parts of the country by hs-
prcsi, with privilege to examine before jiay-
teud for a Price List before purchasing
KEXEI7ICT Bf OTHERS.
Jewelers nd Keept rf t the ll) Tune.
Urioi't Central Hotel,
Jan. 10, 1873.1 . S HtW YORK
BARHKK AM) HAIR DRES.SEU,
shop in the building formerly occupied by
K. K. l'srker, as an oftice, on Bridge Street,
Tbi lintel is mlT two .Kptares fim tlie
Dt'lsit. ami does not run a Free Coach.
GEORGE AT. IUTNTERy Proprietor
Jj1"'18 f'- ATKINSON
: .ltfin.'oavr, Juniila Vounlir, renn'a
Olhce on Briiljfe Mrccr, nut ibr to th.rl
I ol' lr t;. L. Icrr. Aaril. j l7i-T.
yy i. r. nEALOK.
AlPTIO 3f K E K ,
rcrri'tvUfe, Jttzvrt Ctoirili, Ptnn'a
CTT-Thnnkriil for past favors, ho elicit,
,,.,. ( ,hJ Klc-
i...,;ii .- v i! s.
- '"?'""''.-'? '''-
i. :i. H. sxTnF.ir.
Tenders bis services' to tK' citizens if In
niatu ai d adjoining counties as Auctioneer.
Cb.rrjrcs moderate. For satisfaction give
the Dnlchmn a" trrtl Fost OiHce ad'lres
Fort Royal, iuuiala conntvy Pa.
Icb 7, i7Ly
Will visit Mifllin ami Tattcrson every
Tn;-l:ry,' Thnrsilav aiiufSaliirilay m'oriiii;
ami will InrnTvh the ,-ttizens' of these bor
oiiIis u il i the best of
BKKF, VSAL, ML'TTOX,- rOlOX, ic.
at tli- very kinest prh-es. He respectfully
sulii'its Ihc (irtronirpo. of rhe'pltbiic.
AprH 1h72 t y.
Vr. V. II. KRKiIKi:,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
Will attend Tomptlv to a)t husiness rn
trusted to bis cire. Can r; foursrl St al
times at flio Itm shicam oTa-e.
Xiar Pa. K. 1!. and Kraiiiug K. K. Dersd.,
A. H LAX DLS.of I.'icliticl.r. this cointy,
has purchased the above House, aisl re -tilted
it so as t make a tii st-vla."S IKcl.
He solicits the palroiiage of the public.
Oct i, 187 1-1 v
AUCTION II 12 It ,
Respectfully oilers his serriv .-s to the ub
lie of this and ad joining comities. Having
hail a large experience iu the business ot
YeiidueCrying, he feels confident lh.it hs
cati render general satisfaction. He can
be consulted t residence iu KermaiMli
township, ol safislactorv arrangement caa
be made at Wiii's Hotel.- Mirllintown.
gTATE CAPITAL IiOTEl7
Cot. Third and Walnut .streets,
HI!. C. THOMPSOX, I-ropntlur.
Willi a Bar and Tahiti tnexeellcil by any
other Hotel iu the City. Charges as nust
erate ami a situation so convenient to tha
Capital. It presents rare inducements t.
the public to lav or it w ith their patrotiagti
1Q IEIUS ACTlf K .
J. mi Pi act ii r. ii. L. iK-rr,
Bridge stiiel, Jiilllintown. in- vjr'."f?
serfs the handsomest Peirelain --IXj--,
Teeth and fiuins ninmited Us:i all flie va
rious ltacs iu use and at prices to suit all.
Teeth plugged, repaired, excli iicrud or re.
modeled. Tooth ache cured ieniiaiienlly
without pain, anddoue in ten minutes. Per.
sons having teeth that they cannot eat with
are rvipiestcd to call.
(J. L. PEHR,
Jan. 3, I87.L Practical Dentist.
IXSTANTAXEOI S RELIEF k. .SOL XD,
KKiRKsirrxo Sr.KKi-'Gt arantked
B? tsixi; MY
INSTANT RELILr' FOR THE ASTHMA.
It acts instslitlv, relieving the paroxysm
immediately, and enabling the patient lolie
down and sleep. I still'ered from this ills,
ease twelve years, but-suiter no more, and
work and sleep m Well as any one. War.
nntcd to relieve in the worst case. Sent
by mail on receipt of price, one dollar per
box ; ask vour Drugvist for it.
CHAKI.ES B. lit'U.rr
Ko tester, Beaver Co. Pa.
Feb. 21, 1S7J-V:
fiRiriilLli K .,
WHOLESALE DEALKKS IX
Rafting, AVaddinj;, Twines, &c,
AXr A FIX E ASSOKTMKXT or
WOOD & WILLOW WAKE,
No. -i'M Market Street, above 4th,
June 27, 1873-tf.
.4IM IX THE FIELD.
The undersigned desires to inform his old
friends and the public generally that he has
In the borough of PEKK YSYlLI.E, and i
now prepared to do all kinds ot work in his
line, at short notice sad on the most rea
Ha"ing had anumla-r of years experience
in the business, lie feels coulidc lit ihat Ilia
work will compare tovonrhly with any ilono
in the comity.
Jtrjiairin Btir it Specially.
April-125, 187:j-tf. J B. THOMPSOX.
piBE I.KSrK.i.tt'E ACEXCY.
.1. It. 31. TOII
Is Agent for the following Comoaiiies s
Continental, Se York, assets S.J.OO.Ofmo
Jermania, " l,iK),oi)i
Homey " 3(i,tH.iO.IHii
Hanover, " over 7'li,ti
LancastiT, Pj., " Sli;,lHI
Queen, Livcrp'l London A,)W
Amazon, Cincinnati, (. 7i)l),iHii
Trmmpli, mm 7ot),iK
Policies Issued at very Vw rates, at his
oftice, in Patterson, Juniata conntv, P.
March 7, !87:Hf. '
JIOOT AID SHOE SHOP.
The undersigned, fashionable Boot and
Shoemaker, hereby respectfully infmiua th
public that he has removed his
ROOT AND SHOH STORE,
to the new Store room, on Main street ad
joining his residence, in the Bfttoiigh of
Patterson, where he is prejmrcd to accom
modate the most fastidious in
GEXTS' FIXE 4 COARSE BOOTS,
BROGAXS, JcC., fcC.
MEXMXG done in the ne-.test manner
and upon the shortest notice. A liberal
share of public patronage is respi-clfui!y
solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed.
J. XV. DEAN.
Patterson, July 21, 1873-ti
harzn stock of Heady-made Clothing for
sale by HAHLEY it CO.