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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 20 December 1865

OWHQW ,A . f ""V - "A , . If e- '7 ( ! II. II. UlfLSO, TOLUME XIX, NO 37. .., TERSI3 OF PUBLICATION- :, tea JrxiAT Siktixcl ii published every Wednesday morning, on Main street, by H H. WILSON. Th SUBrCRIFTION PKlCKof the paper will be TWO DOLLARS per year in adranoe, and $3.50 if not paid within the year. E No paper discontinued until al! ar rearages are paid except at the optien of the Editor. Advirtismo. The rates of ADVERTIS ING are for one square, of kioiit likes or less, one limj, 75 cents; three, $1 60; and 60 cts. for each subsequent insertion. Administra tor's, Executor's at-d Auditor's Notices, $l,00 Professional and Business Cards, not exceed ing 25 lines, and including copy of paper. $S.IK) per year. Merchants advertising (changeable quarterly) $ 15 per year, includ ing paper at their Stores. Notices in reading columns, ten cents per line. Jus Worn. The prices of JOB WORE, for thirty Bills, one eight sheet, $1.25; one fourth. $2.00; one-half, $3,00; and addition al numbe...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 20 December 1865

mtmtl A union of lakes, and a union of lands, A iniou " oicer shall sever; it f.nion of hearts, ami a union of hands, And the American Union forever! MIFFLINIOWS: Wednesday .Morning, Dec. 20, 1863. II. II. WILSON', Editor and Pnlilishrr THn J LSI A TA SENTINEL ZA has the Largest Circulation of any paper pub lished in this County. It is therefore the best advertising medium. It is a Paper, truly loyal, ably conduoted, a first class Localist, and well "worthy or the patronage of every loyal citizen in the County. The Stato Debt. One of the most wonderful results of the great struggle which ended so faVor ubly to the government, may be justly recognized in that which preserved the credit and steadily reduced the indebted ness of the State of Pennsylvania. Ue I'ore the preciphation of the war, thefe were those who croatingly insistld that a reduction of the State debt was iiupos cible without a resort to direct taxation. -Hut it has been demonstrated that such a reductiou was possible, ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 20 December 1865

Xt Initiate Snttintl. WLli.SSJlMi AiCKiilSG, tea. 2i), -1865 TOWN AND C Jl'MTRV. No Paper. Aa oar hands desire a little recreation, there will be no paper is sued from this office next week. - Ice. The last cold snap has given the boys and f porting young men a fine, oppor tunity of skating on the river end ca nal. ' , PrSi:ic Sale. Christopher Fagely will sell at public sale at bis residence in Fayette township, on Thursday, Deeem oer 2Sth, 1803, valuable Real Estate and Persona Property. BaiuGE Notice. There will be an election, ou the '9th of January, IS GO, at the Prothonetary's Office, in Mifiiiotown, to eleet a President," Treasurer and Man agers of the Mifflin town bridge Company. By order of : THE PRESIDENT- fcs? In the arrangements of Commit tees in the House of Representatives r.t Washington, our member, George F. Mil ler, is placed ou two Roads and Canalf, and Expenses of the War Department. The Colonel has taken permanent rooms at the Avenue House, corner of 7th and Penn...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 20 December 1865

HEADQUARTERS Mifllintown Chair Msnnfactorv 1HARLES W. E1T7.LL would inform the V7 ciiiiens of Juniata comity, that ho con - t inues the Chair Manufactory at the well known old stand in Water street, where he is at all times prepared to receive orders for Windsor Chairs of every description, including Metises, Large Rocking Chairs. Sewing Rocking Chairs, Children' Chairs, Counting House Stools, Cain Seat Chair. Har Room Arm Chairs, and every thine pertaining to his business, all of which -ot . ,, . i it- ne is preparea to sen caeaper muu ever. uc is now prepared to wholesale work at city pri ses. Prompt attention will be given to Rcpa- iring All wors done cueap ami expumousiy. Sawed Poplar Plank and Scantling taken in xchai ge for furniture. fay-Furniture Room on Main street; oppo site the Post Office. CHARES IVKlTZEL. 8. ptember 8. 1362-tf. s THE FALL AN1) WINTER ARRIVAL OF CHOICE GOODS AT THE STORK OF JOS. fti. BELFORD- ' The undersigned would respectfully invite the public to call...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 3 January 1866

Jsiiwta 'i Smtltel i. ii. mLsox, TH COSSTITDTIOI TBI tJStOH AHPTHI IIFOKCIXBXT 0 TBI LAWS. J EDITOR AXD PUBLISHER. - VOLUME XIX, NO 39. HIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTYi PBNN'A. JANUARY 3, 18661 WHOLE NUMBER 975. 7 TEEM3 OF PUBLICATION. The Jcxiata Sistisel is published every Wednedy morning, en Main street, qy H. H. WILSON. TbVsUBFCKIPTION PRICE of the paper will be TWO DOLLARS per year in advance, and 92.SU if not paid within the year. SAI paper discontinued until all ar rearages are paid except at the option of the Editor. Advertising. The ratea of ADVEBTIS INQ are tor oue square, of eight liies or less, one timj, 75 cents ; three, 1 1 60 ; and 60 cts. for each subsequent insertion. Administra tor's, Executor's acd Auditor's Notices, $.1,1)0. Professional and Business Cards, not exceed ing 25 lines, and including copy of paper. $4.00 per year. Merohants advertising (changeable quarterly) $ 15 per year, includ ing paper at their Stores. Notices in reading Columns, ten cents per line. J...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 3 January 1866

t union o lakes, and a union of lands, A union no poicer shall sever; A union of hearts, and a union of hands, And the American Union forever! MIFFLIN TOW K. Wednesday M irmn;, Janairvi .3 1866. H. H. W ILSON, Editor and Publisher THEJUXIA TA SENTISEL -a has the Largest Circulation of any paper pub lished in this County. It is therefore the best advertising medium. It is a Paper, truly loyal, ably'conducted. a first class Localist, and -well worthy of the patronage of every loyal citizen in the County. e"Our Representative in Congress, Hon. G. F. Miller, will accept our thanks for a cjpy of the President's Message, and other valuable public documents. Constitutional Amendment. The amendment to the Constitution of the United Suites, prohibiting slavery, Las been adopted. M r. Seward, Secretary of State, has issued a proclamation an nouncing that twenty seven States have adopted the amendment which is three fourths of all the States in the Union. Official notice has been received at h...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 3 January 1866

V 0 ! aa T " i I)' , tyt firarato jsnttinr!. TOW Alf D C r.1TRY. Apctt?.xt.- A yrtinp mun by tha name of Harah had his ier broker), one day last week, while at work in a quarry near Black loj Station. Festival. The ladi of the M. E. Church had a ranf time at their Festival last week. Ewrythin;? rnsed off to the satisfaction of all concerned. !-. Rev. It. FT Fletcher will yireaeh bv requeat, on the subject of "Hell" or Future punishment of the wicked, on nest Sa'bbath morning in the Lutheran Churcn of this Borousb. lSrThe Festival at TTaenoeller'g. in PetTTsville, on Thursday evenine. De cember 21st, was a maenifieent affair. The entertainment surpassed anything of the kind ever attempted in this county. TrIbcse Almasac This i the most complete work of the kind publish ed in the United States. Every Farmer fhould have a copy. Sinale copies 20 cent ant by mail. Address TTTE TRIBUNE, Tribune Buildings, New York. t-'A Story for the Children" came to band toff late for the present tue. a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 3 January 1866

i i t HEADQUARTERS Mifflintown Chair Manufactory C1HAULES W. TTEITZEL would inform the J citizens of Juniata county, that he con tinues the Chair Manufactory at the weil known old stand in Water street, where he is at nil times prepared to receive orders for Windsor Chairs of every description, including Settees, Large Rocking Chairs, Sewing Rocking Chairs, . ChiUrens' Chairs, Counting House Stools. Cain Seat Chain, Par Room Arni Chairs. an3 every thing pertaining to his business, all of which he is prepared to sell cheaper than ever. He is now prepared to wholesale work at city pri ces. Prompt attention will he given to Repa iring All work done cheap and expeditiously. Hawed Poplar flank and scantling taken in czebat ire for furniture. Furniture Room on Alain street; oppo site the Tost Office. CHARES WEITZEL. Si ptember S, 1362-tf. THE FALL MD WINTER ARRIVAL OF CHOICE GOODS AT THE STORE OF JOS.M.BELFOKD. The undersigned would respectfully invite the public to oall and examine his s...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 10 January 1866

" V V II. ft. WIMot, VOLUME 'XIX NO 40r TEEK3 OF PUBLICATION. Tna Jrm.TA Sentisbl is published every Wednesday morning, on Main street, by H. W. WILSON TheSCBOKlPriOX PKlOK of the paper will h TVO U ILL '.13 pr yesr in xiy.net, and ti.S) if not paid within llie year. S piper discontinued until all ar rian ges are paid except at the option of the Editor. AoritRTiKiJH. The rstes of ADVERTIS ING are for one square, of eight Iit.es or less, one tiroa. 75 cents : three. $l 60; and hit et. for eneh subsequent insertiun. Adrainistra tor's. Exestitor' acd Auditor's Sofices, $2.00. Profession il aid Huoness Cards, not exceed in 25 litis, and including copy of paprr. $3.ot per yer. Merchants advertising (ehanf-eablr. quixterly) $ 15 per year, includ ing paper at their Stores. Notices in reading Columns, ten ents per line. Job Wontc. The prices of JOB WORK, for thirtr Rills, one eight sheet. $1.25 : one fourth. iiO'l: !." " 51.; and addition al number, h .lf pr'ci . 1 1 for Blanks, per quire. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 10 January 1866

Juniata Jlcniiuel. A union of lakes, and a union of lands, A union no poicer shall tever; A union of hearts, and a union of hands, And the American Union forever! SI I F F L I S T 0 W N. Wednesday Morning, January 10, 1866 H. II. WILSON, Editor and Publisher ar THE JUXIA TA SESTISBL has the Larnnt Circulation of any paper pub lished in this County. It is therefore the till aitertuing medium. It is a Paper, truly IotsT. ably conducted, a first class Localist, and well "worthy of the patronage of every loyal citixen in the County. 31 aj. Gen. John W. Ueary the Governor of Pennsylv aaia. neat To the Editor of the Telegraph : As the friends of aany gentlemen in different parts of the State are sounding publio feeling for the purpose of elieit. ing an expression as to who shall be the next Eepublieai candidate for Governor, the old friends and admirers of Maj. Gen. John TV. Geary deem it only neces sary to triog forward his name, with roch an expression as the records of the co no try af...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 10 January 1866

tyt Juniata Stntkl. . WRWSBSDAl MORNING, January, 10, 1365 TOWH AMD C l'HTRlf. "aThe communication from 'East End" will appear next week f "old Snap. The weather fcas been exceedingly cold for the past few days. The "Blue JaniaU" is frozen over at this point and the prwpect of getting our ice hour 28 filled if no longer a matter of doubt. 19 The following persons were elect ed officers of the Mifflin Bridge Company, for the ensuing year : President. George Jacobs. Treasurer. R. E. Parker. Dtrectort. E. S. Doty, John A. Galla gher, J. J. Patterson, John Wright, Ja cob Sulouff, Vm. Cunningham. ttm. Our Lutheran friend-, are holding a series of meetings in their church in this borough. We learn that quite an interest is being manifested, and already a number of persons. have been, and are still inquiring what ihey must do to be saved. We hope that great success may 0rown their efforts, to reform tlio mo nils of the community. Retirement of the Old Treasurer. Mr. J. B. M. Todd, who for ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 10 January 1866

HEADQUARTERS 1 MiffllntOTrn Chair Hanufatlon C1HARLES W. WEIT7.EL would inform the J cititena of Juniata county, that he con tinue lb Chair Manufactory at the wall known old stand in Water street, where he is at all times prepared to receive orders for Windsor Chairs of every description, including Settee, Large Rocking Chairs, Sewing Rocking Chairs. Children' Chairs, Counting House Stools. Cain Seat Chairs. Bar Room Arm Chairs, and every thing pemining to bis business, all of which be is prepared to sell cheaper than ever. He is now prepared to wholesale work at city pri ces. Prompt attention will be given to Repa iring All work done cheap and expeditiously. Sawed Poplar Plank and Scantling taken in xcba ge for furniture.' SFi.rniture Room on Main street; oppo site the Post Office. CHARES WEITZEL. 8 ptember 8. 1362-tf. THE FALL AXD WINTER ARRIVAL OF CHOICE GOODS AT TH STORE OF JOS. M. BELFORD. ,, , i , ,r it The undersigned would respectfully invite the public to call mid examine h...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 17 January 1866

' TBI OOKSTITOTIOM TB tI10-B a JStVaCBMaiT OF TBB LAWS. . EDITOR AKD. PUBLISHER. VOLUME XIX, NO 41. MIFFLINTOWN. JUNUT A COUNTY, PEJ'A. JANUARY 17, 1866. WHOLE NUMBER 977. - P - TERMS OF PUBLICATION. Taa Joitjat lirain is- blisb.ed ever Wtna BAMf. Maia Mr, : " a-w: u wiLsnM ' . Tbt SUBSCRIPTION PRICE of the paper will be TWO DOLLARS per year in advance, westward, bv the construction of the At and Ii.50 if not paid within the year. j. .(,,,!'". ., , - in. flUNo paper discontinued until ail ar- j ottc and Great eslern Rat. road. They rearcges are paid except at the option of the aimed at a continious six foet eauge from ADTBBTiaiBO. The rates of ADYERTIS- ;ew York t0 St I'0"'. nd that has bead ISO are for one square, of eight iit.es or less, ' accomplished or soon will be. Tbe first one timj. 75 cents ; three. $1 60; and 50 ctg. ' , .'" ,. , for each subsequent insertion. Administra- gd movement of the Lagl.sh operators, tor's. Executor's and Auditor's Notices, $,0. beirjg about compl...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 17 January 1866

tar- ' ' ' J-ft '-. , Yy Juniata Stntiutl. mm o aA-ft, atf a um of lands, A nion no power thall sever; A ur-ion of hearts, and a union of hand, And the American Union forever! WirFLIlfTOWN Wednesday -Hornmr. Jaaaarv, 17, 1866 H. II. WILSON, Editor and Publisher ter THE J US A TA SESTISEL -I has to Larjfit Circulation of any paper pub lishei in this County. It ii therefore the but adverlinij medium. It is a Paper, truly loyal, aMy conducted, a first class Localist. and well worthy of the patronage of twj lyl eitisen in the County. t. Hon. George F. Miller will please accept our thanks for a copy of the Re port of the Secretary of the Nary and other Public Docr.roents. Acknowledgment. Our tnank are tendered to Hon. O. Stewart of the California Legislature, for copiei of the Governor's Message and report of the Secretary of the Treasurer of California, alo, to Messrs Baker aud Brown, of the Pennsylvania Legislature, for valuable Publio Documents. Joalice to the Defender of the Gover me...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 17 January 1866

je luiuata Stntiatl. , MP Pablio Sa! 5'itla printed at this Office oo reaiooablp terms. . igu Special attention of I oven tors, if invit4 tp Card of Hessr. d'Epineuil & Evans, lp tikis issue. ItySfAL. R. M. Keever, deutut, has arrived in Mifflintcwn, to rcmaia a abort time. Booms ft Snyder's Hotel. )9 Every body should bo preparing to make oat their income returns for tbe past year, as ho Assessors will aooo be calling oo thorn for the account of year ly expenditures and receipts. Coal! Coal!! George Goshea bss just received soother largo supply of Stove Coal at bis coal and lumber yard, jo Patterson. George is selling his coal at fair prices. Farm at Pkivatx Sali. Jerome Hetrick, of Mexico, offers at private sale, a Farm, situated in Walker township, about half-way between Mifflin town and Mexico, on the turn pike. Sec adver tisement in another column. In Tkoublk A man pained J . P. Tbotnma, was arrested and brought before Mayor Rumfort, for stealing two $100 U. S. bonds at Per...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 17 January 1866

uc'a n train a'dtcdk.i an 11 J a? 6SJ n rr-. Sfi'llislown' Chair Jlsuufaclct ( 1HARI.ES W. W'EITZEL would inform the J citizens of J uninta county, that he con tiiiurstheCha'irManufaetorval ibewcllknown Uopperand knamciea rtoncn l reserving ivet old tand in Water streetwhere he is at aU ties. Dippers. Brass, Coppor, French Tinneu. times prepared to receive orders for Windsor Enamelled Hollow Ware, Waffle Irons Coal Chairs oi every description, including Settees, . Shovels. Fruit Cans, both common and Patent. Luna Koctinc"Chairs.SewinUockiiin Chairs, and of various measures, always on hand and CuiiJrens' Chairs. Counting House Stool?. Cain Seat Chairs, Bar lloom Arm Chairs, and every thing-pertaining to his business, all of which he is prepared to sell cheaper than ever. He is nnw prepared to wholesale work at city pri ses. Prompt attention will be given to Repa iring All work done cheap and expeditiously. Sawed Poplar I'lauk and Scantling taken in x-bai ire for furniture. ayFi.rnilu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 24 January 1866

O - 3 .11.11. WILSON,". J," ' ;;" " v ...... ;,.. ,, ,.!. ' fr" c""p - -: " " ' ' '-' ' BP1TOR ASP PUBLISHER.' t VOLUME XIX, NO 42.: TERMS OF PUBLICATION.- , .r Tna Jctrura 8kntikcl is published every f eJueidtij morainj , on Main street, by H H WILSON. . The SCBPCKlPTlOa fWCB of the paper wilLbe TWO DOLLARS per year in advance, aid 92.50 if not paid within the year. ' (ea Ho pap or discontinued until all ar rearages are paid except at the option of the Editor. - - ' ' ADTtsninito. The rates of ADVERTIS ING are for one square, of rioiiT likes or less, one timj, 75 oent ; three. $1 60; and 50 cts. for each subsequent insertion, i Adioinistra tor's. Executors and Auditor's Notices, $2.1(0. Prrfessioatl and Business Cards, not exceed ing 25 lines, and including copy of paper. S4.U0 per year. JJiyclauU advertising (changeable quarterly) $ 15 per year, includ ing paper at their btoree. Polices in reading eol-mns, tea cents pr line. Job Work Tu prices of JOB WORK, for thirty Uilis, one ei...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 24 January 1866

Juniata Jlrnlmfl. 'A union of lakes', and a union of lands, '" A unvsn no potter shall sever; A union of hearts, and a vnion of hand, ; And the American Union forever! . ,.. MIFFLISIOWK Wednesday Jiorning, Jannarr 2, I860 II. WILSO.V, Editor and Publisher : tea TUE JIWIA TA SENTISEL - hj the Largetl Circulation of any paper pub lished in this County.' It is therefore the but adaertitiitg medium. It is a Paper, truly loyal, ably conducted, a ,fir3t class Localist, and well worthy of the patronage of every loyal oitiieu in the County. 1. CALL OK THE UNION COUNTY COMMITTEE. The nscnjleri of the Union Coun ty Couiuiiti.ee are requested to meet at the Fublic Ilouje of R. M. Thompsou, in the borough of 3Iiffiiotown, on H03TDAY, FEBRUARY 51V1S68. At 1 o'clock V. M. A full attendance is requested as important busioess may ccuio before the committee. The following persons compose the Standing County Committee: Mifflintown, J. J. Patterson. A. H. Manin, Fermanagh, Elias Horning, K. C. Gallahe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 24 January 1866

ill f i "ganhlJ Stntincl. 1 TOWjTaND C L'NTKV. 1 Oar esteemed friend ' and 'cortess poudent, of Petersburg, a. will plot se neoept our thanks for Petersburg Daiiics. We ar indebted to If or.; Geo. f. t -v.Jer, for" the; Report ,'pftne Secretary of. tbe Navy, and other; valuable Public Documental .''' :,'r ""i''; ,"' JV UsJ" FTou'. Orrin Stewart of fce Cali fornia Legislature.- -has our thanks for California papers of a late date. Coal! Coal ! Jeorge-, .Goshett ' h just received another jarge eupply of Htove Coal at'his coal and lumber Jard, in Patterson. George is selling his coal at fair priers. - J-Tb.s Old Folk of Patteryoo aud Mifflin, bad a aleifcbtng parry to McAlis ttrville, ou last Friday evening. We un derstand that tbe affair passed of! satisfac tory to all parties. ' Ice. The river lias been frojen over for owe time, giving our citizeus a fiue opportunity to fill tbe ioe bjj-ioi, aud a number of tbeui have stored away s. large quantity of tbe "consrealeu fluid." a-Pure Li...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel. — 24 January 1866

HEADQUARTERS'! iaaeassa fcl " rfm . 5 CSJ C4 2 irr2f&y 3 Mifflintown Chair MaRtifactcr t HAKLES TT. TVEITKr.t would inform the V sitirens of Juniata countT, that he oon- tinucs the Chair Manufactory at the well known old stand in Water street, where he is at all times prepared to receive orders for Windsor Chairs of every description, including Settees, Large Rocking Chairs, Pew icy Rocking Chairs, CbiKlrens' Chairs, Counting House Stools, Cain Beat Chairs, Bar Boom Arm Chairs, and every tbingpemining to his business, all or which he is prepared to sell cheaper than ever. He is now prepared to wholesale work at city pri ees. Prompt attention will be given to Repa iring All work done cheap and expeditiously. Sawed Poplar Flank and Scantling taken in excbai.ge for furniture. 8QTFurniture Room en Main street; oppo site the Post Office. CHARES WEITZEL. S' ptcmbcr 8. lHC2-tf. i m THE FALL AND INTER ARRIVAL OF CHOICE 'GOODS AT THE STORE OF JOS. M. BELFORD. The undersigned would respec...

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