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Cjje Janhti Sentinel.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAR. 13, 1873
J" .'n?T.f,u,ndy,Vi0 "' l?'2
Trams will leave Mifflin Station as follow :
Philadelphia Express 1:10 A. M.
Fast Line 4:01 A. M.
Harrisburg Accommodation 1 1:23 A. M.
Mail Train- C:18 P. M.
Cincinnati Express 9:03 P. M.
Pittsburg Express l:f 8 A. M.
Cincinnati Express 1:53 A. M.
Southern Express- 4:08 A. M.
Pacific Express ' 6:13 A. M.
Way Passenger J 0:03 A. M.
Wail Train ........ 3:38 P. M.
Fast Line C.33 P. M
JAMES NORTH, Ag't
TOWN AMI COUM'RY.
George Wish is putting a gL.s front
in bis store room.
Local Option has been declared
Constitutional by tLe Supreme Court.
IIOH. JOHN 1J. 1 ACKER ttni not vo'e
' for the increase of Congressional pay
Om Friday last Messrs McMeen and
Kurtz unloaded a car load of western
horses at this place.
Tits ice that hiy in the rivor on this
eide of the -Island all winter left sudden
1 n Thursday night.
Tug common schools of this borongh
uare a vacation ot three weeks, me
cation commenced on Monday.
The wife of John Lutz, senior editor
of the Bedford Jnqw'er, died of, pulmon
ary consumption ou the 2nd inst.
Exhibition. A common school ex
hibition will be givn in the Oakland
achool house on the evening of the 2lst
TiiRRE is a bill before the Legislature
of this State to increase the pay of mem
bers from $10,00 dollars to S15 00. The
bill is Unpopular.
Col. E. 13. JUcChum, of the Altoona
Tribune, was married on the 2nd inst. to
Miss. Mollis A. McOahan. Permit us,
Colonel to present our congratulations
aud best withes for happiness
A number of Tyrone people are 'try
ing to talk np a new county, to be com
posed of a piece from each of the fallow
ing counties, Huntingdon, lSlair, Clear
field, Cambria and Center, with Tyrone
for the county seat.
Our paper is to small by far this wee k
to admit all the communications scut us.
Gentlemen who have favored us with
communications will therefore make due
allowance for the non-appearance of the
So.MB gentlemen is kind enough to
end us the proceedings of the Constitu
tional Convention Will the said gen
tleman except our thanks for the f;ivor.
We admire the documents, but we ad
mire the modesty of the donor more.
John Hoffman is clearing from the
foundation of his former dwelling house
and store, the fire dkbris, as the first
prrparitory step to the erection of a large
building on the site of the former ones
destroyed on the last night of the year
Thr Demorrat and Remitter last week
would not publish the account of the
Temperance meeting held in this place,
but instead, it published a weak defence
of the liquor traffic That journal last
week, was all "Good Devil."
Public Sale. Mrs. Sarah Shields
will sell at public sale, at the Union
Hotel, in McAlisterville, on Monday,
March 31st, one horc, two two-year old
colts, one trotting buggy, and large lot
of household goods. Sale at 10 o'clock.
Wreck. On last Saturday evening a
freight train going west was run off the
track, this eide of Perrysville, by the
carelessness of a green brakeman, who
turned the switch too far. The engine
tender and two box cars were thrown off
Twenty nine hundred and fifteen,
almost 3,000 weighing-machines of the
largest patterns, for grain, coal live-stock
pork, hog, cane, hide, ore, furnace stock
charging, depot, aud similar use, were
turned out by the Fairbanks Scale Com
pany, in 1872 smaller scales by the
tens ot thousands.
The M. E. Ceutral Conference of
Pennsylvania held at Chambersburg some
days ago, designated the following rever
ent gentlemen to minister to the spiritual
wants of the members of that church in
this county.. Mifllintown, II. C I'ardoe;
Thompsontown, Wm. Schriber ; Port
Royal, W. R. Whitney and M. Johnson.
A ncmb'er of people from the country
tell nfl that our published home market
quotations sometimes do not correspond
with the prices offered by the stores aud
produce dealers. If the gentlemen who
control these boards and markets will
leave their quotations at this office every
Tuesday morning it would be pleasanter
for all parties.
High Wind The wind on Saturday
night and Sunday was unusually high.
It blew the high bulletin board that faced
on Main and Bridge streets down, aud
tore off the spouting on the west side of
the Odd Fellows Hall, and the spouting
off the Keystone hotel in Patterson, be
sides sundry other little doings, iu differ
ent places about town. It was the most
violent wind ever kuown here, excepting
the fitful gusts that in the summer some-!
times accompany hail storms.
The Juniata Scouts met a Will's
hotel, on last Saturday, according to pre
vious announcement, i orty-seven men
mounted. Score exercises- for half an
Lour in the Court House Yard ; then
mounted aud dulled one Hour sud a half
; in the streets. Messrs J. II. Laadis aud
John Kiser joined the company.
' . :f, , -,
company will meet again May 24, 1873,
at Johnstown. All the members are ex
pected lo he present.
J. K. ROBINSON. Captain.
Matthew Rodgbrs, O. S.
The llrp-iblkrn of last week publish
ed mattet both favorable and unfavorable
to Local Option, and then excused itself
by declaring inself neutral on the sub
ject. That journal looks at local option
and cays "Good Lord' and then looks at
the liquor traffic and guys ''Good Devil."
Wc Lave not published anything in favor
of the liquor traffic. Nothing could in
duce na to do eo. Before the Senfinal
should be so prostituted we would have
it hauled out into a field and there burn
ed. Ralhrr than become an advocate of
the liquor traffic, wc would Leg for our
bread during the day aud sleep ia the
county jiil at night.
RtpuitT of Ekxo School for the
Month enoinu Makcu 12, 1S73 No
of male scholars in attendance during
month, 24 ; No. of female scholars, 10
Per cent, of male attendance during
month, 8.i ; per cent, of female atten
dance, 93. Of the 23 male pupils in at
tendance during month but 3 were pres
ent every day, viz : T. It. Stoner, J. L
Rothrock and Joseph Stoner ; eleven
others were present 20 or 21 days each
Of the females five of the ten wrre pres
ent every .day Emma Moye.r, Annie
Stoner, l'Lebe Oberholtzer, Jennie to
ner and Mary Oberholtzar ; two others
were present 21 days each.
f Holmes Dysingkb, Teacher.
Large Sale of Household aud Kitch
eu Furniture at the residence of Tims.
U. Parker, on Bridge street, .Mifllintown,
on Saturday, March 22nd, 1873, at 10
o'clock, A. M., consisting in part of the
following property :
Three walnut bureaus, 2 wardrobes,
4 wash stands, 1 marble-top stand, three
pair bedsteads, 1 sofa rocking chair, sofa
chairs, cane-seat chairs, 3 tables, 2 stoves,
one cook stove and fixtures, four looking
glasses, 1 sink, 1 doughtray, lot of car
pet, queens ware and glassware, 3 barrels
of cider vinegar, nails by the keg, mo
lasses by the barrel, 1 copper kettle, 1
iron kettle, 4 pair counter scales, two
child's carriages, lot of tuba, lot of oats
by the bushel, together with other arti
clcs too numerous to mention.
Gooii Tbmplar Meeting. The Ea3t
Juniata Division of Good Templars, met
in the Good Templars Hall, at Milroy,
March C'b and was called to order by
Uro. D. S. -Graham W. C. T. The ses
sion was a very harmonious one, and was
enjoyed by all present. The following
resolutions were unanimously adopted :
Hi solved. That fhould Local Option
triumph at our coming election iu this
district, that we will not consider our
work done, aud fold our arms ; but that
we will individually stand to our posts,
aud see to it, that the laws iu force to
prohibit the sale and use of intoxicating
drinks, iu our good old commonwealth,
are faithfully aud impartially executed
whenever, aud wherever, the tame may
be violated, within our Inotcl.tfye.
Jit sol red. That while we hail with de
light, the approaching 21st of March,
when we shall have the privelegc of cast
n our ballot for Local Option iu our dis
irict, and also that we use oar utmost
diligence, in distributing Local Option
tickets and see that every friend of the
measure gets to the polls.
Resolved, That our County Committee
on Temperance be requested to open at
once, a vigorous campaign in favor of
Local Option, and against one common
enemy King Alcohol, the foe of God and
Kesoleed, That these resolutions be
published in the County papers of this
Convention then adjourned to meet at
Marysville on the 22nd day of May 1873.
C. S. Wise, bee jr.
Foixd Dead in an Ice Gorgk
George F. Weaver, jr , secretary of Dau
phin Lodge, No. 160, I. O. O. F-, has re
ceived the following letter from Volney
Rogers, secretary of Hebron Lodge, No.
55, 1. O. O. F., of Toungstown, Ohio,
dated March 13 :
"Dear Sir : Brother Lewis Evans,
who has been mysteriously absent for a
month or so, Was on Monday last found
in a floating gorge of ice about two miles
below this city, in the Mahoning river.
On his clothes was found a visiting card
bearing your name ns secretary and
George W. Rhoads as N. G., under the
seal of Dauphin Lodge, No. 160, I. O. 0.
F., Harrisburg. " The card is dated No
vember 21st, and good for one year. Our
Lodge has taken his funeral in baud and
he is to be hurried to day at 1:30 P. M.,
with the honors of the Order, Youngs
town Lodge, No. 403, assisting. There
is no doubt of Lis identity. His brother
lives here, aud says he recognized him
when be got-within twenty feet of him.
The body Las been frozen and well
preserved, except that it is purple.
There is a bruise on the forehead, and
it seems to be the impression that foul
play has been used, but no evidence,
save that a man who was his enemy,
from the fact of Evans having him ar
rested foa, robbery, followed him from
Pittsburg to Sharon, Pa , a few miles
from here, previous to his disappear
ance. This is wLat I Lave been told.
Brother Evans was also a member of the
Knights of Pythias iu Harrisburg. He
leaves a little girl eight years old at
Wheatfield, a few milas north of here."
The deceased was an iron woiker by
profession and was employed 'for some
time at the Lochiel iron works in this
city. Hirrhburg Telegraph of the 15
Local Option. To ihe Public: I
have in store and for sale, for medical
use, an original package of Otard, Du-
puy & Co.'a Cognac Brandy, as pure
and fine an article as there is in the State,
imported iu 1865. Also pore native
Grape Wines. Physicians and other iu
need of the above Samed articles, will
find it to their advantage to call and get
their camphor bottle filled at the Patter
son Diug Store.
marl2-3w P. C. RcNDro.
"Honest John J. Patterson," Sena
tor from South Carolina, has been ap
pointed on two Committees on those of
Education and Territories. Not having
been present at the Colonel's reception
at Will's hotel, on his return from the
Palsnetto State, with John C. Calhoun's
shoes on his feet and his mantle over his
shoulders, it is not for us to expect that
the Senator will give us Lis car for even
a whisper Indeed Brother Allison, who
for mouths magnanimously prosecuted
the Colonel for thiugs with which Mr.
Allison should be acquainted prominent
among which was the "storming of Fort
Patterson" has announced something to
that effect iu his paper. Brother Alli
son's magnanimity doubtless will pardon
us for presuming to ask to be allowed to
whisper just a few words in the Senator's
car in regard to the promises of appoint
ments to office that were made at the re
ception It is certainly within the bounds
to suppose that now since the Colonel has
beeu appointed to the Committee on Ter
ritories, that at least quite a number if
not all of the cocvival guests will be
served with a territorial office. A num
ber doubtless are ready for the places, as
"a bird i:i Land is worth two iu the
bush." It is better to take an office now
than wait till the Colonel shall have been
elected Picsideut of the United States.
What we wish to whisper is this,- give
Brother Allison an office. His.magna
ninity is of the most ehtkic kind and ex
pands to ponderous dimensions at the
possibility of obtaining an office. Yes,
give hitn an office, but for mercy sake
don't send hira among the Modocs. His
magnanimity would not bo appreciated.
They'd raise his hair. Send him South
beyond the lines of the snow, oh ! the
News from Neighboring Counties
The Adcoca'c s tys : We have to re
cord the sudden death of Mrs. Catharine
Burtnett, wife of John Burtnctt, Esq , of
the borough of Lntidisburg, and daugh
ter of the late Conrad Hel-uan, of Spring
township. Mrs. liurlnett retired to Led
in her uriial hcaMi, hut soon after com
plained of being sick, and iu less than
half hour she was a corpse. She was
Aged 05 year The dreaded disease
smallpox is prevailing iu the vicinity of
Perry Furnace, eoinc four or five miles
south of Bioomfield. The Ji.-er.se only
broke out a week or two e?o, and alrea
dy five or six families arc afflicted. This
disease, we ure informed by those who
know the facts, was brought to that
neighborhood by a Mrs Foulcc, who
visited. an aunt in Carlisle or Cumber
land, who was sick with that disease.
Mrs. Foulcc's children took the disease,
and they attended fho funeral of Mrs
Duncan before they were entirely free
from it. In this way this loathsome di
sease was spread in that neighborhood
Mrs. Duncan died from other causes, al
though she visited the house of Mrs.
Foulce before her death. The borough
council, of this place, has passed an or
dinance forbidding persons afflicted, or
who come in contact with those who have
the disease to come within the borough
limits until the danger from the disease
The freeman says : A neighboring
farmer stored away iu his barn floor Ia.'t
fall, two hundred bushcld of choice and
carefully pulled apples, but his faith iu
their 'well doiug' without any further at
tention to them wa3 too strong,' wnd a
few days ago au examination was made
and the entire heap found to be frozen in
the latest style. Those thirty-four-degrees
below zero days generally mean to
do something iu this country.
STEWART On the 8th inst., in Turbett
township, after a lingering illness, Rev. E.
C. Stewart, aged about 83 years.
McNAIGHT In Patterson, on the ?th
inst., Josaphine S. McNaight, wife of How
ard McXaight, aged 23 years, C months and 5
Perry county papers please copy.
PRICES OF TEETH
Full Upper or Lower Sets as Low as $5.00.
No teeth allowed to leave the office unless
the patient is satisfied.
Teeth remodeled and repainsd.
Teeth filled to last for life.
Toothache stopped in five minutes without
extracting the tooth.
Dental work done for persons without them
leaving their homes, if desired.
Electricity used in the extraction of teeth,
rendeiing it almost a painless operation, (no
extra charge) at the Dental Office of Q. L.
Derr, established in Mitfiintown in I860.
G. L. DERR,
Jan 24, 1872-ly Practical Dentist.
OFFERS his professsonal services to the
public in general, in both branches of
his profession operative and mechanical.
First week of every month at Richfield, Fre
mont and Turkey Valley.
Second week Liverpool and Wild Cat Val
ley. - Third week Millerstown and Raccoon
Fourth week nt bis office in M'Alistertille.
Will visit Mifflin when called on.
Teeth put up on any of the bases, and as
liberal as anywhere else.
Address by letter or otherwise.
Prices of Board of Ccmtoerce.
Reported weekly for the Juniata Sentixil
by the Board of Commerce of Mifflin and Pat
Butter "t? K. 23
Eggs, doi , 30
Lard, lb 8
Country Soap .- 8
Beeswax - 25
Tallow : . 8
Rags ..- ..... 3"
Wool, washed 60
Dried Apples ... 10
" Peaches, pared 20
" Peaches, unpared 15
" Cherries, pitted 20
" Blackberries - . 10
" Raspberries 1G
Country Hams : 12
Sides and Shoulders ... 7
Potatoes, bus 40
Onions " 00
Ground Alum Salt, "1 sack 2 25
Railroad Ties . -.. 50
Locust Posts, mortising 32
" " for board fenoe.. . 15
Shelley & Stambaugh's Prices Current
Crystal Pa lack, MilBintown, 1
March 19, 1873.
Prime Roll Butter, ner lb 25
eggs, per aozen
Lard, per lb ......... ...
Tallow, per lb
Dried Apples, per lb
" Cherries, seedless, per lb
" " unseeded
" Blackberries -
Walnuts, per bus -
Chickens, live, per lb 08
Hams ' 14
Shoulders " 07
Sides " 06
Liverpool Ground Alum Salt, per sack 2 00
D. P. Snlouff & Co.'s Prices Current.
White Wheat, bus $1 75
Red " " 1 70
Corn, old 45
Cloverseed 6 00
Timothy seed 3 50
Prepared Coal, y tan
Nut " ....
Pea " '
Run of Log, 4 4, 1000 ft ....
" " 5-8, "
... 4 25
.. 3 10
. 5 00
.. 25 00
8-4, " ....25 00to40 00
" ""6-4, ' " 25 00to4000
Hemlock Frame, " 20 00
' Eoarls. " 20 00
Whitepine worked Flooring...j... 35 00
" German Siding 35 00
Panel Doors 2 00 to 3 00
Window Sash, 8x10, 3) window- 05
" " 9x12, " 75
" 10x12, " 80
" " 10x14, " 90
PniLAPtxPhlA, March 18, 1873.
Flour There is very little demand for
shipment, and the home trade are not dis
posed to anticipate future wants. About 2,
000 bbls sold, including
Superfine $4 7o5 50
Extras SS W(ar, ,0
N. W. Extra Family $8 00(W)8 75
Ohio & Ind. do. do S8 5W,9 50
Penna. do. do f 8 2'fti.9 50
Fancy Brands $0 7o1175
Cpaix Prime wheat is in demand at full
prices. Sales of 4-jCO bushels, at Si Ooal
98 for Peunn and western red, $2 fur amber,
anr! ?:! 10.i2 25 fur whita. Corn is firm and
in steady request. Sales of 10.000 bushels
yellow at OOaiKUc and woatern miiM at 61c,
and white at 05c. Oiits are in limited de
mand : sales of 7500 bus western at 49a50c
for white and 4'Ja-17c for mixed.
Sekds Cloverseed is dull and lower ; 380
bushels sold at 8a9c per lb. Timothy sold
at $:Ja3 50.
Main Street, Opposite Court Yard,
Are offering Large Inducements to
CARRIAGE & WAGON MAKERS,
They haro on hand the largest stock of
IRON. IIOIISE SHOKS,
Nails, Paints, Leather,
Iu the central part of the State.
They are selling
Bar Iron at 5c i lb.
Horse Shoes at $7.25 keg.
Best Norway Nail Rods at 9$e lb.
14 inch Horse Rasps at 85c each.
They are selling
1J Hickory Feil ies at $1 50 lb set.
l Hickory Spokes at $2 00 set.
No. 1 Gum Hubs at 90c set.
No. 1 Hemlock Sole Leather at 31c . tt.
No. 1 Best Oak Leather at 40c lb.
In order to close out their immente Hock
they will sell them at C0ST.-S
Give them a call before pur
Franeiscns Hardware Co.
Main Street, Mifllintown.
SHELLY 4 STAMBACGH always keep up
their stock of GROCERIES and will not
be excelled either in the quality or price of
their goods in this line. Give them a call
before going elsewhere.
Sry cods, 6rowus, cjacjnstvavr, r.
$18,000 ' WORTH
JUST NOW OPENED
TLLTEN & ESPENSCHADE'S,
Krirtsre Street, 3Iiflliiitovn,
And the Most Attractive Stock of Goods ever Brought
' to Mifllintown.
DRESS GOODS IN ENDLESS VARIETY OF PRICES AND STYLES.
Black Silks, Drap Do Alma, Imperial Reps, Jamise,
Cachmeri Rayc, Australian Crape Empress,
Batest Canton Cloths, &e., &c,
IN GOOD VARIETY.
We respectfully solicit an examination btfore purchasing elsewhere.
Any and everything, such as Shawls, Cloths, Cassimcrrs, Flannels.
Blankets, Underwear, Hosiery, Glores, 4"1'-.
WHITE GOODS DEPARTMENT,
Of any and everything at prices which defy competition.
f& -aw Cf v n. 'ifS'
One of the best in the county, embracing all the New and Pest f tvles
for the Fall and Winter Trade,
same exclusively for oar trade at
Grocery and Queensware Department.
For our Grocery and Queensware Department wc have secured
one of the finest rooms iu the county iu the Odd Fellows' Hall.
Just opened one of the largest and host stocks of Goods ever
brought io the county, all of which are kindly submitted to the inspection of all
our numerous friends and customers. For quality and prices we defy competition
EVERYBODY CORDIALLY INVITED.
"LOW PRICES FOR CASH" OUR MOTTO.
. TILTEX & ESPEXSCIIADE.
Oct. 30, 1872-ly
D. W. HARLEY & CO.'S
Is the place where you can buy
Tlio best anil tlio ClioMiojst
MENS' YOUTHS' AMD BOYS' CLOTHING,
EATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, AND FUE2TISIIIN3 GOODS.
WE arc prepared to exhibit one of the mont choice and select Stocks erer offered in this
market, and at ASTOX1SHIXG LOW rSWES :
Also, measures taken for Suits and parts of Suits, which will be made to order,
at short notice, very reasonable.
llemember the place, in the Nevin Building, two doors west of the Ke3'stne
Store, BRIDGE STREET, MIFFLIXTOWN, PA. may 8, 1872-tf
DR. P. C. RltflDiO,
i .vrrrr j : i . xorv, x.v.,
DEALER IX EVERYTHING THAT CONSTITUTES A FIRST-CLASS
The public attention is also invited to his large assortment of
All persons who are in need of Spectacles will find it to their advantage to
call, as they will find the largest stock in the comity to select from. COME
AND HAVE YOUR EYE-SIGUT RESTORED. ' Also, a splendid aaeortmcntof
TOILET ARTICLES FOR THE LADIES,
With an mmense stock of
and old. at the
I). P. SULOUFF & CO,
(Successors to D. K. Snlouff & Co.,)
CALCINED PLASTER, CEMENT, &C.
The Highest Cash Trices Paid
for all kinds of Grain.
Lnmber, Coal, &c, Sold at the
Having boals of our own we can freight
Grain, Lumber, Coal, 4c, cheaper than any
other parties. We therefore defy competi
tion. ttVon can make money by calling on ns
before selling or buying elsewhere.
GRAIS WILL BE tICtlVIl) IX STOBK TO BI
sold by Tn 1st or Jcxk, 1873.
P. S. Our grain is not elevated on men's
MiEintown, April 20, 1872.
A LL persons are hereby cautioned not to
A interfere or meddle with four Mules now
in the possession of D. S. Smith, as I have
this day purchased the same, and have left
them on loan with the said D. S. Sraiib, and
are subject to my cder.
6. M. GRAHAM.
Perrvsvillft. Feb. 1-lft73-4w
leg aliment 9
r r m f "r -i
for Ladies, Hisses and Children the
prices to suit all purchasers. Every ;
NOTIONS. Something for everybody, young
PATTERSOX DRUG STORE.
NEW DRUG STORE.
BANKS & HAMLIN,
Main Street, Jlijjluttoicn, Pa.
DRlfiS AID KEftirUES,
Chemicals, Dye Stuff,
Putty, Coal Oil,
Infants Bru;hes, Soaps,
IIir Brushes, Tooth Brushes,
Cigars, - Notions,
LARGE VARIETY OF
d i t u w m it r si t it i v i' c
I ll 1 Ij 11 1 ill li 1 l t I il fj I
selected with great care, and warranted from
Purest of WINES AND LIQUORS for Medi
Jg?-PRESCRIPTION'S compounded with
great care, matt'72- ly
U.1 U 11111 11111 JJUUM ILUUllii. UilU UUUI'Ui ;
Guaranteed by using bit i
Instant Relief for the Asthma. J
It sets instantly, reliering the paroxysm '
immediately, and enabling the patient to lie
down and sleen. 1 suffered from this dis
'ease twelve years, but suffer no more, and :
lwork nJ lc0P we!1 ' y one.
! ,0 relieTe in the worst case. Sent by ;
oa receipt of price, one dollar per box ; ;
."k Jour Druggist for if.
j ' - CHAS. B.WURST, 1
Eochesteb, Beavbr Co., Pa. ,
jJb2?-lr : 1
wc s Wt-i i THf.-.i V'.sr,r.nsli!t.i'ri '
c3f .eries at Tiltou & Espcnscbadc's.
-OF THE r.NITL'D STATES;
1 1303 FA5ES AND 533 MAYINGS.
i Wfitlsn by 20 Eminent Authors,- iiitluding
I Jons B. uoi'Gii axi Horace creeley.
I This work is a complete his'ory of nil
branches of in'lutry. processors of c:.inu
faclure, etc., in all It is a complete
cucjcljpctlii of arts aud CMnufictures, an
is the m;St i-ntcrtaining and valuable work
cf inf-rmrit:on on .-nljocts of feneril intci
est ctit offered to tLe public. V want
Ag'-ms in every town of t'ue I'nitcd Stales.
i and no Agent enn fil to do well with tliN
book.' One agent soi l 12:5 copies in eicfit
d.iys, another soi l 3' 8 in two weeks. i,r
Hartford sold 307 iu cne wci-k.
peCimen. . f (.tin..
'FUNNY SIDE OF PHYSIC.
800 Pages, 259 En-ravings.
I An interesting and amusing ireat'.se on tuO
Me:lical Humbujrs of the past util present.
It exposes tuacki. Imp-jstors, Travelling
Doctors. Talent Medicine Venders, Noted
! Feiuale Clie&ls, Fortune Tellers and Mediums,
and pives interesting accounts f t Noted
I'hyshiuns nud Narrative of their lires. It
reveal startling secrets nnl instructs all how
' lo iiToil the ilia which slosh ia heir to- We
piffc exclusive territory ai;i lihcral comiuis-
; t ions, l ur circulars and teru.J e'fJrss (he
i . J. B. EUE.IL & HYDE, . .
j HAUTKOKU, COXX-, ou CHICAGO, III..
Boot aud Shoo Shop.
FT BE undersigned, fcsMonir.le Boot
X and ShoeniaU'-r, here! y respectful- jj
ly informs the puMic that he has Io?:ite.l-
in the borough of l'aiiersou, where he s pre
pared to accommodate the most fattiaious iu
Gents1 Fine and Coarse Boots,
ClULDllE.YH WEAR, ,l C.,d C.
Also, mendine done in the neatest manner
and upon the shortest notice. A liberal
share of public patr.Miaje is re-peel fully
solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed.
lyf? Shop located on I lie east side of Ts
carora street, one door south of Maia street,
nearly opposite l,aird & Bell's store.
J. W. DEAN.
March 8. 1S72
NEW BOOT & SHOE SHOP
In Nevin's Kew Building oa
BRIDGE STREET, M IFFL1NTOWN.
ry II E undersigned, late of the firm of Fa
nounce to the public that he has opened a
Uoot and Shoe Shop in Major Nevin s Sen.
Building, on Bridge street, .Miftliktown. and
is prepared to manufacture, of the best ma
terial, all kinds of
BOOTS, SHOES AND GAITEKS,
GENTS', LADIES AND CHILDREN.
He al.-o keeps on hand a large auJ well
selected stock of
of all kinds, tor men, women nud children.
ALL WORE W.RaASTri.
Give me a call, for 1 feel confident that I
can furnish you with any kind of work you
tjnrj?" Repairing done neatly and at reason
able rates. J. L. NUUT1I.
May 31, 1872.
BOOTS AHD SHOES.
New Shop in JCfSktsTO.
rrMTE subscriber begs leave to inform the
JL citizens of Mi;Rintown, Partcrnn and
vicinity that he has opened a floo. and Shoe
Shop, for the present, in Ihe room occupied
by N. E. Litt efteld's Tin Shop, on Bridge
street, Milllintown. where he is prepared lo
manufacture all kind of
in the most subsiantiil manner, aud at the
lowest prices, ti, Repairing pro:npi!y a'-'
A libo'ot t i . .-- .. f j ..v i: . r..ni p, i . i ;
cited, anl saii-fctio i guaranteed.
A. B. FASK K.
May 29. 187 J t
The PIscc fcr Goo:l drape-vines
IS AT THE
a.m (jR.vrE-vnn mrskkt.
'TMiE undersigned wotild rcpectfVy iii
X. form the public that he has started a
Grape-rine Nursery ubir.it one mile northeast
of .Mifiiintown, where he has been" tc tin a
large number cf the different virietie.- of
Grapes; and havi:i been in the business fr
seven years, he is. now prerr.red to furnish
VINES OF ALL TEE LEArI.;
VARIETIES, ANI OF THE
l o iv it i r r ,
by the single Tine, dozen, Lun'lrei or thou
sand. All persons wishing gjwl and thrift
Tines will do well to call aad see for them
selves. JJSajT" Good and responsible Agenti wan'rd.
MiRIiutown, Juniata ('o., hi.
AGENTS WAHTE0 FOR
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The oldest and most reliable Institution' or
obtaining a Mircani!o Education.
15-l'raeiical business men as instructors.
For infermation. write for a circular lo P.
DUFF & SONS, Piit.burgh, Pa.
VI. I. persons are hereby cautioned asint
Hunting. Fishing, 0- in any way tres
passing on Ihe lands of the undersigned, in
Milford township. Ail persons oif'-nding
will be dealt with to the full extent of Ihe
law. P. II. HAWS.
Dec. I, lS72-f
1 All kinds of Job Work neatly taecu: e l.