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SEXTIXEL & REPUBLICAN
WHneMajr, Octtir 99, 1ST3;
PENN'A. R. ILTIME TA.ELE.
Passenger train leave MilBlh Station tit
fbiadelphia Express, I 10 a nr.
Fast Line, 4 08 a ni:
Southern Express, 6 57 a lu.
Hamsbarg Accouimo., It 28 a ra.
Mail, 6 33 p m.
Faeilic Express, 10 07 a m.
Cincinnati Kxpress 8 60 p ri.
Pittsbnra: Express, 1 08 a m.
Cvrvnnatl Espttss, 1 63 a tn.
Southern Express-, 4 10 a ui.
Pacific, ( 6 4f a m.
Vay Passenger, 10 07 a m.
VjiiI, g 3.4 p 0l.
Fast Line, 6 S3 p ni.
Mifflin, Msy 2o, 18T3.
Corn busking is the chief concern of
Mapleton, Haotingdon countv. Las
had a revival meeting.
Simon Albright is making great
changes in bra hotel building.
A gardener in Lehigh count raised
8,000 heads of cabbage this year.
Applcbutter sells at 25 cents per
quart, and apples at $1.00 per bushel.
The mountains above Altoona were
covered with three inches of snow last
The Winter Session of Tuscarora
Academy will btgtn November 4th.
ir!s till te reeeiVed as day scholars
and a boarders.
XV ci. II. Karti has become the pro
priei-r of the Store at Vanwert, for
merly conducted under the name of
licrtiler &, Kurtz.
The wealth of a continent cannot
give happiness. It may give notoriety
and distinction, but notoriety and dis
tinction do not impart b.pptoesa.
Rev. Mr. Anghey, of Newport will
preach in the Lutheran Church of this
place on nest Sabbatb, morning tod
evening, and in the Liciing Creek
Lutheran Church in Ibe afternoon.
Stauibaugb Hrothers have the best
assortment of Cloths and Cassimeres for
nrcn's clothes, in the county. Tbey
have just the material for wedding gar
tutnts, dresa aud business suits.
15. F. Kepner has tsovtd his drug
store into the parlor of Simon Albright's
hotel until a suitable room can be pre
pared fur him in that part of the build
ing formerly occupied by David Watts.
The present fsh lew has broken np
the Gsh-basket way of catching eels in
the fall sca:on. All will be abundantly
compensated for the loss of eels within
the t.eit four years by the increased
number of fi.-h that day be Caught in
Tue lead mines that the Indians
used to visit not far from the residence
rd .Mr. Peter SheaU, on Licking Creek,
have never been discovered. The re
cent development in that region is the
Xes Store of A. J. Ilertiler, now being
fiiled with New Goods. iWl.
I'ost-aiacter Hooks bought a fcrty
prund him. Ua was permitted to get
only oiie meal of it. A thief stole the
meat last Thursday night. Hooks is
looking for the fellow. He don't care
fr the ham, but he wants the fellow
who stole it
The lcwistown Gazelle says : Thieves
dii-turb hen roosts about town. Vo
cal niusi2 is being taught in our public
tehnuls gratuitously by several public-
Fpirited citizens John Merrision
shot a five prouged deer in the moun
tains across the fiver.
A letter received last week from
Rev. D. M. Blackwelder and wife, who
have gone South to visit their relatives,
states that they arr ved at Romaria,
S. C, on the ICth inst. Tbey eipect.
ed to remain there about two weeks,
and then go to Concord, C. where
Mr. Blackwelder's father resides. We
trish tbem a pleasant visit.
Colored people of Bedford recently
held a tournament, and after it was
over wound it up as such things are al
ways wound np, by crowning the
"Queen of Love and Beauty." The
tournament was a favorite amusement
of the Southern people. Were the
colored people burlesquing their former
masters, or were they in dead earnest
with their amusement t
The Perry Tounty freeman says :
Chestnuts are selling in Bloomfield at
14 cents per quart George Simons,
nf Landisbunr, a soldier of the war of
1S12, aged about 78 years, was found
dead in his bed last Friday morning,
about 3 o'clock, by his grand-daOgh-
ter. He had retired complaining of
feeling not quite well, but was not sup
posed to be dangerous.
Gold and silver is now worth no moie
than United States paper money, for
most purposes. Those who failed to
seil their coin when it was at a premi
um have lost considerably. A man
having gold or silver may do as he
pleases with it, board, give, or throw it
away ; but it does not pay to hoard it,
give it, or throw it away. The best
thing to do with it is to invest it where
it will do the most good foi the owner.
Ir. S ferret of Academla, wes thrown
from his buggy last Thursday at the
lower railroad crossing at Patterson.
The horse he Was driving frightened at
a locomotive, and before the doctor
could' recover and manage the scared
animal if bad wheeled and upset the
buggy. The doctor was considerably
hurt, but not to such a degree as to
prevent him from returning home the
game day. The boggy caught at a post
at the road side, where it lodged. The
horse ran toward the river bridge, but
was ra'ijrht before he reached it..
Eight incbei of snow fell in Arm-
bttong coUBti this Stile, on the 21m
Tbl Winter Session of ..Tuscarora
Academy will begin November 4th
Girls will be received aa day scholars
and aa boarders.
Teachers' Inbtitctb. The Coun
ty Institute will be held in the Court
House at Mifflintown, and will com
uientB on Monday, November 24, 1873.
A Nick PrkseS .-Tbe very hand
some e American Sewing Machine
exhibited at our last county fair, which
drew the Erst premium, was purchased
by Mr. Win. Thompson, of this county,
as a birthday gift for his daughter.
Airtkiios, J est at a Scorrs ! Ton are
hereby oniwd to parade at Perrysville, on
Saturday, November 9, 1ST 3, at 10 o'clock
A. M. AH men not present will be de
barred from pay tsnless a reasonable exense
be oflerred at the time. Setni-anr.oal in
spection. By order of
J. K. ROBISOK,
Mattwiw Rocras, U. S.
Save voce. Doctor's Hill When
Dr. Wiatar'a Balsam of Wild Cherry
will CCRI coughs, colds, bleeding hi
the lungs, and arrest tbe fell destroyer,
Consumption, it doe more than most
physicians can do. Tbe use of a sin
gle bottle, costing one dollar, will sat
isfy tbe ineredilous that they need look
no further for tbe required aid.
Tak Juniata Valley Camp Meeting
Association has declared a dividend of
seven per cent. So says tbe Hunting
don Journal. The same paper says :
The barn of Mr. Andrew Decker, in
Henderson township, about two miles
and a half from this borough, was to
tally destroyed by fire, about 4 o'clock
a. in., on Saturday laU The barn
contained all bis grain, hay, and farm
ing tools, all of which were lost. The
fire was evidently tbe work of an in
cendiary, as the fiend was hacked to
and from tbe premises. Mr. Decker
estimates his Iocs at about $2500 ; no
A stove-pip hat on a woman's head
attracted great attention at the Union
Depot the other day.
For some time past a man named Michael
Dillon, aged thirty-five years and a former
lesMent of Huntingdon, but at prestnl
employed at a coaling on the mountain,
oiue riitaiice tuck of Freedom Iron Works
in Mill! in county, was taken violently ill.
He had been engaged at hard work all day
long and npon returning in the evening to
his lonely cabin, he at once proceeded to
nuke coffee, of wbich he freely par
took. A short time at ter drinking it he
was siczsd with a fearful sickness and
pain in his stomach. Ills head reeled
and he was attacki-d with paiuful vomit
ing. After the lapse of a time he grew
better and instita ted an examination of the
cotcnts of his coffee pot. Who can ima
gine the nervous horror that possessr him
wheu on raising the lid of the pot tbe form
of alarpc copperhead snake was seen among
the coffee grounds. S ubseqnent examina
tion of the dead snake led to tbe belief that
it was kilied before it was put in Dillon's
Hiram Ari, Deputy Sheriff, went to
MoVejtown last Saturday to arrest Mr.
West, an attorney-at-iaw, for the pur
pose bf bringing him to Mifflin to re
cover costs of a certain law-suit in
wbich Mr. West was a party. Jlr.
West informed tbe Deputy that his
warrant was defective aud that he need
not aceouipany him. but said he would
go as far as Lewistown. That place
was reached in doe time, and there Mr.
West prepared to leave the car. The
Deputy ordered brni to remain and ac
company biru to Mifflin nndcr the wr
rant. This he refused to do, aod pro
ceeded to leave tbe car. Mr. Ard laid
hold of him and prevented biiu from
getting out. Meanwhile Mr. '.Vest kept
up the dreadtnl ery of "Murder ! mur
der !" most lustily, thereby exciting the
passengers of the ear to a high degree.
They, of course, interpreted the cry to
mean what it expressed. By aod by
Ard and West arrived here. Tbe prob
ability is that the proceeding will result
ia another lawsmt.
Michail Fetzer, of Snow Shoe
township, says tbe Bellefonte fVaich
man, went out bunting the other day,
having with bim a couple of dogs that
were in for fun and full of expectation
and eagerness. Mnch to Michael sur
prise, and the discomfiture of tbe dogs,
however, almost tbe first tbiug tbey run
against was a huge bear, which showed
fight. Michael shut at and wounded
tbe animal, but did not disable it, and
bruin made an attack npon his assail
ants so vigorous and rapid that Micbael
did not get an opportunity to reload bis
gun and directly found himself in the
close bug of tbe ngly monster. A des
pcrate fight ensued, the hunter nsing
bis gun as a club and the dogs strain
ing every muscle to create a diversion
in favor of their master. After some
time, Mr. Fetxer, badly bugged and
hurt, succeeded in tearing himself loose
from tbe bear's embrace, and escaped,
with tbe dog, to safer quarters. Bruin
won the battle, bat Lis bearship bad
better keep himself out of sight, as the
bnnters of that region are on tbe alert,
and a doxen bullets are ready for him
as soon as he shows bis shaggy bide.
Democratic fowls, just a little sick,
with plumage out of fix, oo their Way
to Ohio to crow for Allen.-
Artificial Butter. The increas
ing consumption and price of butter are
working the usual consequences when
demand outruns supply, and bave es
tablished a factory for tbe manufacture.
The fact has been known for some time.
A correspondent of this journal recent
ly explained the theory and process.
Ueef suet h the basis; It is hashed
and ground until tbe fat comes out as a
sort of white jelly. The fat is next
raised to the temperature of boiling
water in steam vats to separate the sol
id margarin aod stearin and fluid olein,
of which about ninety per cent, is pro
cured. These are parted and placed in
bags in an oil press, from which a rich
yellow oil is procured. The oil re
ceives one-fifth its own weight of sotlr
milk and is then converted to soft but
ter ia a churn. And the oil is substan
tially one with that procured from milk.
Tbe butter so obtained is soon nndis-
tinguishable from that usually sold ;
and experiments already made indicate
a good ' demand, and that the shipment
ean be indefinitely extended owing to
the cheapness ot the butter.
The new effort succeeds a course of
experiments that bave been successful,
and so much so as to render tbe artifi
cial product nndistinguishable from the
natural The only difference is said to
disappear in a few days, and consists in
the comparative firmness of the pro
duct. Perfect success will be required
to make the effort all that its promoters
anticipate for whatever identity chem
istry may show in the material, those
who can afford to choose will nnques
tionably prefer the butter from the
dairy. But it may happen that the
effort will lesson the Cost of all grades.
Report of mifflintown schools.
School No. 1.
Whole No. of pupils during month.... 81
Average attendance 2fi
Per cent, of attendance 87
Ellie B. Crawford, Sal.ie Christy,
Clara J. Dean, Rebecca Dot, Alberta F.
Kepner, Jennie R. Londea, Junia Panne
baker, James C. Hamilton and James C.
Watts were present at every roll-call.
D. A. Hakmas, Teacher.
School No. 2.
Whole No. of pnpil daring month.... 45
Average attendance............ ..... 41
Per cent, ef attendance 91
J. E. NOLEN, Teac: sr.
School No. 3.
Whole So. in attendance dnring month 87
Per cent of " "91
WVole No. in attendance every day, 17
" present at every roll-call, 12
IIolxei DmxoEa, Teacher.
School No. 4.
Whole No. in attendance dnring month 64
I'er cent, of
Claba V. Daiohfbtt, Teacher.
But few parents have visited the schools.
Tbe teachers are anxious tint the parents, .
especially, visit them in their schnol-rocn.
Others, who are friends of education, ire
Our artist declares that hi Mrds have jilst
gone through a hard Campaign, and that's
why they appear aa they do. Ho advises
men not to mind the Pad looks of the fowl
but to improve their own apiarance by
going to Strayer's for tlieir new clothes, he
having just bought a nt-w lot.
AH ppfsens indebted to ns for sub.
scription, job work or advertising will
confer a favor on ns by settling the
same as soon as possible, as we. desire
to close up our business without delay.
We can be found at our eld offise dur.
ing tht next thirty days. After that
time we shall send postal card to all
who fail to settle.
ALLISON &. WILSON.
October 10, 1873-4w.
31 A Kit I ED:
AbAVS RANCK In Mifflintown, Oc
tober 22nd, by Rev. T. J. Sherrard, Mr.
Jefferson Adams and Miss Hary Ranck,
both of Walker township.
LAWSOX-On the ICth inst., in Tnsca
rora township, Samuel S. Lawaon, aged
about 00 vears.
Taiarrc or Respect.
At regular meeting of McCeysville
Lodge, So. 674, I. O. ol O. P., on Satur
day eiening, October 2-5, 1878, the follow
ing preamble and resolutions were unani
mously adopted :
Wheseas, It has pleased an All-wise
Providence to remove by death from onr
mlrtit our well-beloved and muck esteemed
Brother, P. G. Samuel S. Lawson, there
fore be it
Rtnlttd, That while we recognize tbe
band of Him that rides npon the stor-nv
winds and calms the roaring seas, w at the
Same time lament that one whose sympathy
was so ardent for the welfare of onr beloved
Order should in the prime of life be re
moved from ns, hsving been a member of
the fraternity for twenty-three years.
Jttt Irtd, Thst in his death this Lodge
has sustain" d an irreparable loss, a to both
energy and consistency.
Resolved. That We bow with submission
to this severe dispensation ot Divine Prov
idence, and that We extend to the bereaved
family our bearttelt sympathy in their sore
Rttolvti, That the Lodge be draped in
mourning and the members wear the usual
badge for the spare ol thirty days.and that
these resolutions be published in the coun
ty papers, and a copy of the same be trans
mitted to the bereaved familv.
" 1, M: MtDnrtALB, P. (i
J. Wilsos Au.rs, P. U , Con.
Geo. S. Cos, P. O.,
BIG RUN FOR
Aa agency for the New American Sewing
Uacbine has been established in MiHintown
under the management of Messrs. John
Sberruer and J. W. PletU Persons wish.
ing to buy the simplest, most durable, light
est running, most noiseless, and, because of
these qualities, the cheapest Machine, should
before purchasing elsewhere see the Anicri
can. The tension are exceedingly simple,
and unlike any other Machine ; the shuttle
requires no threading. Sold by lease, note,
cash and on terms to suit any purchaser.
Oflijest WHrsTtotrlf Sep 2fi, l"73-8m
CO MM KItC J 41s.
XIFFLI3 UD PATTETSOS MARKETS
Corrected weekly by the Mifflin arid Patter
son Board of Commerce.
kirrLixTOwa October 10, 1873.
Butter, prime rll....i.
Efg, per dot
Vinegar, per qt
Shoulders k. Sides....
Beeswax, per ib... ..........
Soap, dry.;;i. .............
Wool, washed... ..........
Coal Oil, pr gall
Salt per sack...
fist is asd srabs.
Corrected weesly by D. P. Sulotifl"Co
" new ....
J- L H. A- Stamlwnitb' Price Cnrrrnt,
Urrected M eekly, Oct- 8, 173.
Prime Roll Sutter k.r pound 25
Eggs, per doxen-. ...... .......... 25 -
Dried Apples per pound........... 8
Chickens, lire " 0
Bacon, H ............
JEW FURNITURE STORE.
The undersigned would inform the public
that he his opened a
In the o trough ol Patterson, where he has
K1LB0DRN & GATES'
Walnut Bedroom Sets,
ALL STYLES OF BEDSTEADS,
MARBLE TOP BUREAUS,
MARBLE TOP STA.DS,
Sofa, Cane-seat and Common
Chairs, Wash Stands,
Also, a Large Lot of Carpets.
As I run a ear to Philadelphia weekly I
am prepared to 611 all orders for furniture,
carpets, Lx.., in person.
F. F. EOHM.
Oct 22, 1873-tf
BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
We have opened out lu Jacob Thomas'
parlor, one door north of the Juniata Hotel,
1 ,ue largest and best stock of
B00T3 AND SHOES,
ever brought to tin county.
We buy our stork from ManiifaCtWcTS
and in large lots. We pay cttk and expect
to sell for rJA, which will enable Us (o
At Prices far Below the Average.
WORK M ADE TO ORDER.
This branch of th-i business will be srf
perintended by A. B. FASICK, one of tlfc
best practical mechanics in the county. All
kinds of repairing done.
ALL WORK WJRRJXTED.
July 2, 1973-tf
in room in rear of Crystal Palace Building,
on Water Street, Mifflintown, Pa.,
FASUIOXABLE GOODS always on
CUSTOM WORK DONE on the short
GOODS SOLD by the yard or pattern.
PERSON'S buying goods can hae them
cnt in garments free of charge.
BUTTERICCS PJTTERXS tiho for
ALL WORK WARRANTED".
Oct 22, 1873-lf
rCN'IATA VALLEY BANK.
Pomeroy, Patterson. Jacobs & Co".
irriitow, jcsiati cotrccrv, ra.
JOSEPH POMEROT, President.
T. VAN IRV1N, Cashier.
Jerome N. Thompson,
John J. Patterson,
II. H. Bechtel,
S. Frank Eagle.
United Stale SfinrUiet, Bonds,
bought and sola
Seven-tkvrltfs eichatiged for Frct-tirentitt
at market rates. United States coupons
Gold csd Sitter bnn;ht at bizhestt rates
Deposits received, collections maite, drafts
On the principal citus, and a general banking
Bonds and other valuable papers received
On special deposit. juneeVit-tf
T3BTANTANEOCS RELIEF A SOUND,
M. KtrBESurxo lskp jt isAsrrrrn
KY USlNti K Y
Rsrirr relikf for the asthma,
it acts int..niiv, relieving the paroxysm
imiue.iiatc'r, and eitblinz the miient to lie
down and sleep. I sulfered frcm this dis
ease twelve years, but sutler no more, and
work and sleep as well as any one. War.
ranted to relieve in the worst case. Sent
by mail on receipt of price, one dtliar per
box ; ast your Dnifrgmt Tor .t.
CHARLES B. HURST
'Rochester, Bearer k. Pa.
Iron, nails, glass,
The Place For
IF YOU WANT
A N Y T
IT A Rftf-T J?-
A i WW "US
A GJood Article,
Call at the 1500T ami SHOE STORE of
J. W. DEAN,
Dridge Street, Patteison, IVnn'a.
Repairing Promptly lUemlrd to.
I l J
THE FALL iW
IN ALL ITS GLORY.
J. fc H. As STAMBAUGH'S
MAMMOTH STORE ! !
.A IN IMMENSE
Stock of Goods
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER.
HATS AND CAPS,
NEW CASH STOKE
One and a half miles
THE subscriber wonla tWl re.ictfiity fn'orni the pnlilic th.it he has just fpcnel s I
Store at Ihe ulxive place, where he is pre'pared to snpply all who ni y favor him w it it
their patronage with the latestand most select
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, QrEENWARE, WOOD AXD WILLOW WAh, OIL '
CLOTHS, BOO IS & Sll'.'r.S.
TTAArr T "PiT? ( JTV A'" T ? V'r
Xl. J A ALi A. V U A J VJJKJ U-D) AilUxC, IVlW.,
All of which he offers to tell or exi-h..nge fir c-Mintr ptoJucc at
THE VERY LOWEST IrtlCI'.S.
TlTi lower, in fact, than (roods have been
Me will pay the highest maiiel pfiCe lor
either in cash or goods.
o .0 ,
Iaeust Grove, Anf. 8, 1873-tf.
D. W. Harley & Oosjpt
Is tbe place where von can bay
iJIfi BEST ATiVt THE CHEAPEST
MENS' YOUTHS' & BOYS' CLOTHING
UJTS, CJPS. BOOt'S, SUOKS, JISD FVRSISUtXG OOOLS.
WE are prepared to exhibit one ef the most choice and l -ct stocks ever oTerel in
this market, and at jtSTOXISHIXtiLY LOW PRICES!
Also, measure, taiesf fo, -cits aud
Kl lUUfl UU.ILV, .VI J iwwimuiu.
Kemember the place, iff JlojTaian's
Watc fectif, Mlt"FLINTOVX PA.
WHET TO mm AKD HOW TO WEAR IT
Just step into SAMUEL STKATEK'S CLOTHING STORE, Bridge street, l'attersi
Pa., and be will tell von all about it.
Uavint jnst returned from Philadelphia and New York, he ran an- ply yon with the
Latest and CKiicert S tjle t f
ClaOTillNG OF ALL KINDS,
Coats Pants. Vests, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes. Watches and Jewelry, Xotiohj. Tr.r
huhing Goods in endless variety, Carpet , Floor Oil Cloth, Furniture, to., Cheaper than
the cheapest, for the same quality ot gomisi Call in and be convinced.
Measures Taken and Suits Made to Ortfer.
Patterson, My 10 leT.
U I i 2
THAT CAN I3E PURCHASED
SHilF RTflRf '
,..v v nan
v.x i i J n.ii'
the Lowest Prices!
southwest of Patterson.
Also, Willi a lull siipiy 01
sold within the county for niJny years. f
Locust Posts, Kaiiroad Ties and Wood,:
A T TTFRT7T,P1J '
J.Jn IAIjIVAJAJIjU. t
-i - i
part, of euiU, wbich will be uiaJe to order
New Building, corner nf Kride and
may 8, l7S-tI
You can get any OTWS yoil
uant at FRAIVCISCVS'.
HEATERS A SPECIALITY:
, Prices !L6w.-
TUB GIIEAT l:EiIEDY FOR
vtiifli nftn lif r-iii'rvl lw !t
timely resort to this stand-
ard preparation, as Iia.s been
proved ly the hundreds of
testimonials received by the
proprietors. It is acknowl
edged hy many prominent
i plvysicians to bo the most
reliable preparation ever in
troduced for the relief and
i !! t)I a!I lallUg COinplaintS,
aild is oilcrcd to tllC pilbli
0f ovcr forty years. AVheil
a., l a t
resorted to ia season it sel
dom fails to effect a speedy
t cases oT Couglis, IJronchitis,
! Croup, Yriioopinir Couh,
I I niiiicnza. A stluna. Colds.
Sore Throat, 1'ains or Sore- . ..v. ,
,. Z-. . c.. . No leet!! ii,lTv.-.i t' Ii ive lue Mice "B
ness in the Chest and Side, u the patient hMrt&o.
Liver Complaint, Bleeding , Jc":' r.;;11"'1, ' 'I v :rI
at thcLunsrs, t!cc. A istar s w u ,e r.r vr.s nuot?
alsain does not dry up a
Cougli, and leave the cause
behind, as is the case with
most preparations, but it
loosens and cleanses the
jun ana aiia irritation,
thus removing the cause of
pis re urn r.T
BZm V. F0T7U1 et. SONS, Bostoa, Kasa.,
Aad KU1 ly VTUtfgisi cU Dealer concrally.
yy : snoirr k co,
FORWARD AX ccnaisMox
C K MEN T, '
( S T n. T N V. n P T. A S T T. P.
' rntmrv. Tlif'VlCT'i;"ial..k.
,.,t..,, S!,.ittl- .Mutiii.e. with Sell setting
I chii ..flWt-1. An iiicr.-ase- ol ov.-r SCO
I -r cent. tn s i! s ot 1ST- over lt-il. rr
t Te'-ns A..e!n-!-s,
71CTOK SSWlMi .MACKIX'E ( (..
ll.esti.ut St., PhiUd'a, Pa.
-rra-rv t,tt -v t -r-ctm.mr.
VALUABLE F.EAL ESTATE
jmT PRH .iTL .tLL.
rpnE Bnd -rsiT at niv.-,Se saf-. i
1 .. 1 Ill
res, si". ed in ;
:'. uiil.-s w.-si ! Miiliin-
,! 4 nt' I s.i k- t.'uss u;id .
roin P.t'crs .u to Johns
ton 11, ll ivi::p lh'-r-o 1 tr .'!.-1 j
Two Goou Bellir.: Houses, i
a 15. ink P.irn. Spiiir; Hons.-. a:l i';.t o'-.t. '
bniid!-i i- a i':irun of water rnr nXv.jL near
: tZl ZX
: Orchard on lw preniis- s. r:lt.-.-n ere. ot
Me i.lc i- ta-iu is lu.-ailow lin-t Eii'it."
, . are in a g I ft.ite of cultivation' and ,
i ih b dim e in r.K:d ;ii.b.r. Wisl b.- s.1 1 .
j ZtZ'l't 1
CilKldlorKEH FAG ELY.
Oct 8, I5:;;-i,t
(-'KAVniLL & CO.,
WHOLESALE CfVLiTRS IX
t arptt Cliain,
Baitir, Wadding, Twines, &C,
axo a Visa as TtiT or
WOOD & WILLOW WARE,
N j. 420 Market Street, above -hn,
June 27. 1873-tf.
La gu RtK-k of Iry GihsIssI J. k ll. A.
Sta:u'wn?li's, Crystal P,:lac-.
! A t (). want n il::')!'' iin.'It ne'Bi-fic Asentff
I Hitines'. Cartl.
THOMAS A. ELDER, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon,
OtS'-c linn's from 9 . . f S r. if . f.
fi-T in his fathers resilience, at til' eolith
end of Water Mr jet. -i-'lii-rf
LFKKD J. l'ATTIT.SO.v,
MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA CO., P..
C"" All busiaeas promptly atten.li-! to."
Offuk With JereniLih l.voii"; f
ATTORNEY -AT -LAW,
j V TF UN TO WN, PA.
I C.'ol'wlin; and Coi.veva?K-i:ig prompt
ly mt--i:i!.-l to.
Orrn r O.i rrM;.i street, rpjite the
Cu:t llj i-e
it- .11 -'- : a J t . w
Tiuv. i i.- Thir-al iv and S-.li.r lav m .rnln-s
w'' '"mih the -itizens of :" nor-
bVKxilviroy . pokk, it.
at h very l.-et rri.vs. IK- rvel.u.ly
H-e p.lr..,,Ve ol the public.
Ap.-il ;i. If I
li:iCI OF TJalaTl !
Foil 1'piht or L6mr a Low as ."
ti.ei.i i avi..-ti,r!r i..m-..s. ii u- s-r-i.
T'M)' linr'ie tn"jM-i in live runiTes witli-
..iitrtnict;iic:t;,"M..,.tii. m the iKntainr-
lire of 1. I.. Dhltl
eTiihl'sheil in -MiHlin-
li.wn in lNi(.
i L PKItU.
The r.iHli'ri!n'vl w.uid rrspe -tfiilly ia;
fortu lh pu .iie lii; he li i. u d a
z resilience, on B:!-!,.' Nfrt-ft, h tho
Tarkor Mansion, ar.l S- mtw jt'uo1 to tlt
! CUSTOM Y6 nic
it lc t iic-ii.-e ;;tI !!i t'lj niii.-t uur.ih'e ainf
l:llilr.. !': ll- i!;!.T
I lie intend 1 N '' o:it nnm hilt od work
' anl a!;s a hare ol t!i '.'.' j.atron jri'.
j 1UU.IAM wii:.
s-j.f !: lTri-tf.
t " - '
JjEn DRIU STORE.
Main Hrt-ct, ?ti2intt itu, F
' ULvi.i:...-. in
I T'RlTiiS AND MF.lHt'INKS.
'cii::i'i, ivk sr it;-', i'ai.vt?
l il.S, VAKMSjIES.UI.AS j n: T I ii
w.w t'li.. L.tMrs, r.i,K.i.its,
i iiiMM.vs, B k u s ii :; .s,
iii:i s;ir:s, it. R-
1" I .M V.V- X ,C M Its ,
NOT I O X S .
L A K d E V A H I V. K Y O F
! PATE-NT JIEDICINKS,
Seiert-d w.th real err-i, and w.rr..fc t
rr 'rf' itiM:ry.
Ey-Pnrest of IXES AXD LKi'JOr.S
ftr M.etiKiil fiirp ".
! Oy-PUES JiilPTioXS c:miin.:.-l with
, Ri-e.it care. Jure ll-V.j
lw oox &. s:ioi?sToac
IX RESIPE.Vr", fJ
l CHEr.RY STREET, JIIFFI.iNTOW.V,
The nndersirned wtn:I I n?rfnlle an
nt.nree t lite -iilic tl it ha k'tip I a
B"1 and Shoe Store t his' rei l:w 01
t'l:e-ry street, an! k.a on hand a Uirg'r
and well sectc I s:irjl. of
FEA2)V-MADF. VOKK. fr
t.EXr, V.-OMSN ?n.l CL'II DIIE.
He is aij-o prcpan d to nuin;T.ictiira, or
the liest material, ail kinW el
J'(H'1 l'V-1 A- W UAI IhUS
for gouts, ladies and chil 'r.-u.
an. c ""-"
- (Jive me a call, for I fe.l mniid-nt tint I
; can furnish yirt with any kind "f orit yoa
CT'K'jcfir'lre done n-ai!y an I at reason
1 " g:ai JOHN NORTH- ,
II. C. OltTII,
31i MARKET STREET,
II A KKISii l ESCi, PA.
plAXOS t fABINET QtttAXS,
iai all Lit if M.s.'cal Ia-(runicntsv
This house buys fur cash ;
never gave a note, and is, there
fore, enabled to oiler induce
ments to its jfc-itrona. Fmplovs
no agents, and gitesall agents'
cennnissivni io its ciistoniers
direct. CIRCULARS SENT FREE.
s.-j- 3, 187.3-It.
Sentinel ant Kepnhlicjri $1.30 a v-eai r
tccr -sr 'Witi '' ?r