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iriduj. October 93, 18T3.
PilNK'A. R. Y. TIME TABLET
Passeuger traiua lrtva Mifflin Station a
follow' , , j
Hail, ,; - 4 ,
. 1'aeific Express, r : . -,
Cincinnati Impress, .
Mifliiis, Say 2.
1 io s m.
4 I a m.
6 57 a iu.
- 6 23 pa.
10 '7 B M.
8 tO p m.
1 08 a i.
1 53 a m-.
4 10 a irh
ft 43 a m.
1 10 07 a iu.
3 38 p ai.
6 33 ji iu.
We carry no dead advertisements.
Cross street will be opened to the
.ablic at an early day.
Come to the SeNtinel and Hepub-
MCAN office for your job work.
Toe fields of wheat in middle and
tast. ro Pennsylvania look well.
November and December are the
months in which to shoot rabbits,
Local Option was defeated in Phil
adelphia by 32,000 majority.
The aggregate rece ijts of the Hunt
ingdon county Fair anouuts to $2,500.
It is not lawful to shoot partridges,
and will not be uaul in the fall of the
C. D. Hartley and C. Dartley, broth
ers, are about to build a business place
vn the Nevin property.
The lilaaiorgae Iron Company pro-i
pose tj (.ay their bands iu dae e-ulsl
ray able hi sil months with interest.
TV. i. : i : .i '
.uS u,vC gen rise io me ; couuin notice8of Jour churches, schools,
UMisd amcuut of prophecy as to thejmeet,ng itnproveBien!3 mi tnn,,reua
lateness or shortness of the Tall season. of othcr locit - mailers of interest.
Ml Union is happy these tnmo J which the local papers publish without
tigLis under the Inspiration of music pay ! Not an item. Do they ever My
suade by a local "string baud." J a WOld calculated to draw attention to
Panics, Pauics, Panics, Panics, Pan- your county and its numerous thriving
Scs, Iiuic9 in the prices of Clothing at I towns in aid of their progress and en
lmdon's nothing Store. Call aul see. j terprise ! Not a line. And yet there
J. P. Brumbaugh, of Lincoln town-1 re mcn wno uke ucu contracted
ship, Huntingdon cuuty, shot six wild ' view of lLs "natter, that. Unless they
turkeys in ne day. lie shot one at a j Set n,sn.v "luare inches of reading
time. j matter in their county paper a) they do
Ti. i - i .t u i c"y I'r,B't tbink they are not get.
luose who get no paper this week' ' ' J 6
will tlease inform u. if thy wish tojtinS ,leir -i,i worth. It remind.
Skntixel AX!) IvEfCULl-i
- If it were not for the present finan--;
cial affairs, the grain uiaiket would .
rule hig'j ; that is, the price of grain I
would be lii 'ii. 1
C I. lUrilcj has acttvely com- j
,M-r.J to thr. fire M.t t'.e '
Krlford property, as a. preparatory step
to the erection of a I.-ire business I
bouse for rcut by Mrs. Helf.rd.
. The Aitoona Tri&Jtu of lustMoriday
pays : The wages of laborers iu the va
rious depots f the Pennsylvania Jtail.
road CViupany bas been reduced 12i
ht cent., to take t-fleet to-iy.
Tlie sale of York State calves by
11. lthoades at John A. Gal labor's I
was a success. There were 4i heads'
' .' . c- e i
i.Uuaaes aeserves enoourageineni lor : (
The ( fiiee of the JcsiATA ?EXTlr.L
AN-.-Ptrt i;l ica.n is at tbe intersection
of "East Point, t "berry, Washington
nd Cross streets, and about as far from
the court bouse as that building is from
the river bridge.
James Crcswell, of tLis borough, bas
received a l atent for a " Iiejrisiative
Voting Apparatus." The appsrutusi
bas so commended i'self to patent right j
tui-ii that Mr. Creswell bas ulreadv bad
a Lumber .f ofiers fir State r'gbts. He
Iims a.n iifier now of $ 1 1,0"0 for th'.rtevu
" uthern States.
A lady presented the editor of tbe
Huntingdon Cl-Jie with a bandsome
boquet of dahlias, and said editor i?
profuse in bis thanks. He was also
presented with the two cabbage beads
that drew the pretuiuui at the Hunting
don County Fair.
A man named M. A. Anderson, of
Hearer county, bel-eves he Las a gcod
quality of gold and silver ore on his
farm. Many tithers in Beaver county
believe as does Mr. Anderson, conse
quently a large portion of the popula
tion of Beaver county arc bsppy m tbe
prospect of futuie wealth.
The most enhappy person in the
world is the Dyspeptic. Everything
lecks dark aud gloomy ; be feels '-out
of sorts" with himself and everything
el.-e. Life is a burden to him. This
ca; all be changed by taking Peruvian
Syrcp a protoxide of Iron). Cases of
27 years' standing have been cured
We moved into the new tfficc for the
Sentinel axk Keplblican on last
Wednesday. On Thursday morning
we received the first business call. Mr.
David Smith, of Thompsontowu, is the
gentleman who thus complimented us.
lie was not in arrears for subscription.
His subscription was paid up to Janu
ary 1, 1874, for the Sentixel. He
took an advanced renewal in the cex
tinfl and Repcbucax to January 1,
lr75, and has the first fusion receipt of
fje two papers.
On the 24th of July last Elder Ru
dolph White, a minister of tbe Cburcb
of God, wrote from Bridgeport, Bod.
fbrd county, to his wife that he would
soen be Lome. Nearly three moo Us
Lave gone ly and' nothing is known of
Lis wbeieabonts. He wa selling pat.
ent riglits when last heard from. Mrs.
Ann E. "hite, bis wife, is now in Har-
risburg. She is apprehensive that he
bas been murdered. Anv information
concerning Lira will be gratefully re
ceived by ber. . i
Coal oil operator! in the Venango
district talk of cbsing business until
next spring. Hope ttuaj end in talk.
Dead eels are floating With the cur
rent in both tbe cans! and rirer. The
like of such an epidemic old fishermen
bare no knowledge. .
A Titusville, P.; editor is threatened
with two duels, eternal vengeance, with
drawal of patronage and other direful
things for saying rhat Mr. and
Mr-. , two lawyers, entered into a
solemn contract not to driok intoxica
ting liquors for a year except when out
duck shooting, under forfeit of $100.
One of them quenches bis thirst With
out losing bis ducats by keeping a d'ick
in bis back yard to fire at when be is
dry, and the other bas invested in on
Milesture, Centre county, is to have
' . 1... f,.. n. P.-...
.ran of last week talks of it thus :
Col. D. J. I'runer showed es a horse
ehue yesterday that was made in fa three
j seconds." It bad the shape, flanges,
j nal1 nole J everything complete to
i fastCD nPon ,he hoof of tb fcoMe- II
j waa u,de bJ the rtent llorse Suo
I Machine of Lol. I'runer a own inven.
tion. This machine, a curiosity in it.
etf, makes a shoe ft!l and Coniplete in
oue operation, aud at the rale of 20
shoes per minute. I'runer's horse .hoe
f -:? t : r..ii i . i
I laiuij. win uc iu mu operation av.uues
j burg oa or about the first of November.
YoiR home paper bas some advan.
tages over yoftr big city paper after
all. True, it docs not contain quite so
much reading matter, bat which is the
most useful and interesting ? Do the
I city papers say anything in regard to
j your own county ? Nothing ! Do they
us of the fellow who took the largest
: pair of blots iu the box Minply because
they cost the same as the pair much
smaller that fit Lim. Ex.
Wilkie ( t.LUNs' "Hide & Seek."
U, D S"K Wliki Cgi,iuS-
We hs? bere ,Le th,rit Tol) f ne,r
cheep aud btantilul edition uf the works
of this celebrated author, now in course
I of pnliKcatiou by T. B. Peterson &
j I'rotherf, Philadelphia, for which a
j large dctuaud is being created by tbe
author's public readings in this co"D-
j try, and in cousequence, they are bar.
Hig a very large bale, for Wilkic Collins
I is now the most popular of all lining
, . , , , ...
j ler nn if rsianu tbe art oi siory-ieiung
e r '
'jhis novels in this
in tins series, comprising
Hide and Swlr." "Miss or Mrs.!"
-The Dead Secret," "After Dark,"
"Basil ; or, The Crossed Path," "Tbe
Yellow Mask," '.Sister Rose," "The
Stolen Mask," "Mad Monkton," "Tbe
Qneen's Revenge." and "Sights A
Foit,"have never bt-T excelled. "Hide
and Seek" is issued in a large octavo
volume, with a life-like portrait of the
author on the cover, pi ice 75 cents,
aud is for sale by all Booksellers, or
copies of it will be sent to any one, to
any place, post paid, by tbe Publishers
on receipt of price by them.
Tbe Huntingdon Glote says : ; Oi.
Thursday moroiug last, as Mr. Ralph
P. Smith of uear Cassvillc, this couuty,
was coming to town in a carriage, with
his wife aud child, bis borse took fright
at a log in the road east of town, and
began to shy off the road. His wife
rose op to get out of the vehicle, and
in tbe act let ber baby fall over the
dasher, when the wheels ran over it,
killiug it almost instantly. The child
was only six months old, and its sad
fate is a t.oure of great sorrow to the
bereaved parents and friends. Its re
mains were coufi.ied by au undertaker
in this place, and taken borne for inter
A few uays ago as Abraham Gris
singer was passing the residence of Dr
W. H. Flenner, in Jackson township, a
little terrier balked at bim from the in
side of the yard. (Jrissinger walked
up to the gate which was closed, drew
a pistol and fired. Fortunately the
do" was bit, otherwise the ball would
have passed through the door of the
house which was open and struck a lit
tle child that sat in range. A pisUil in
the baud of such a man is surely in tbe
wrong place. Jusuce demands repri
All persons indebted to n for sub
scription, job work or advertising will
coufer a favor on tw 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 office dur.
ing tut next thirty days. After that
time . we shall send postal cards to all
who fail to settle. .
" ALLtSON Si WILSON.
.October 10, 1873-4w.
Notice. c-elB acb re'd'ng on
the ami . of Wia. M. Allison, cautions
all persons from hunting and fishing on
said premises Any person-disobey iug
this notice will be prosecuted Without
heeitaucv: " - ' "
Neighboring News. COLUMERC4I. L ? - - , " .... . i
1 ri iA rf Tt s? sr vjsr vrt 1 tr r m
i FERBT COCWTT.
The Blooufield Mvacrde says : Hen
ry Bcotrel, of this borough, was a lucky
mau last Friday. He brought down
four w:ld turkeys at tin shot. Two of
thbtij were killed, and the other two
were crippled and captured by him a
tbort distance from where be shut them
On Monday, the 6th inst., the money
drawer of. Barsliinjer, nercbaot at
Keystone, Rye township, was tapped by
some person iad a small e-jin f money
taken. This is the third time since
August 1st that the money drawer of
Mr. Barshinger has been nbbed.
Tbe Duncannou Retard says that a
boy named Miller, aged abottt nine
years, and residing ia '.Vneatfield twp.,
was playing with a chain In trout of
Samuel Noss' shoe alore on Friday a
week, and while swinging around tbe
poet with one end of tbe chain in bis
mouth, his loot slipped and be fell out
into the gutter, a large ir..n book Upon
too ecd of tbe chain tearing out a por
tion of bis upir lip, aud protrudiug
through one cheek, making a terrible
gash iu his face. The cries of tbe
child attracted the attention of p:rsons
in the vicinityj who Went to bw assist
ance. The wound was properly dress
ed, and the lad is now getting along
The Frtenan says : "31 Wednesday
last, Mr. Brown, the market man, nar.
rowly escaped being badly injured.
While coming from Marysville to Dun
cannon his horse scared at an approach
ing train of cars. And to make mat
ters worse, the engineer, when the train
got directly opposite, blew tbe whistle,
which caused tbe borse to jump down a
high bank, dragging !.-. B. out of the
wagon, eutting and bruising him some
what about tbe head. Mr. 1. tbmks
the eogincer must have whistled on pur
pose to see its effects on bis borse.
A man by the name ef Shearer, was
f track by a passing train at tbe Mafys
ville crossine on Saturday, and was
pretty badly Used up. Although the
engineer in charge ef the train sounded
tbe alarm and did bis utmost to attract
the attention of tbe individaa', he ap.
parently did Cut Lear it or discover bis
j danger, Until he was thrown from the
tiaek by the engine, ou account, no
doubt, of tbe confusion and noise pro.
daced by tbe different trains in motion.
This crossing should by all means be
supplied with watchmen, as it is one nf
the most dangerous along tbe road wert
of Ilarrisburg, and many have been the
narrow escapes of life within tbe last
few years. . ;
Broom etm is said to be scarce this
year, bat Ligh-spirited wives tbmk they
cau retain peace in the house, so long
as there is n.it a famine in the broom
lHFrt.iN COI STT.
Tbe Lewistown Gazette says : Tbe
Miiroy Woolen Factory was -Jd at as
signce's sale On Thursday last for $4,
subject tt a mortgage of $10,000.
There is a revival meeting in pro
gress in the c mrch near Maitland Sta
tion. Last week there were eight con
Tbe two-story dwelling house and an
adjoining building on tbe farm of B. J.
(Sills, near Painter Station, occupied by
Samuel Immel, were both destroyed by
fire on Saturday last, shortly after din
ner. Mr. Sills had gone down to feed
some stock, and bad called at the house
to make some inquiries from Mrj. 1.
who was at home alone. He noticed a
good deal of s&oke, bat thought it
arose from the chimney. He then went
on bis errand aiid shortly after saw a
blase ii the building in the rear of the
dwelling and hastened towards it. The '
woman became so much bewildered that
she was unable tn save 'anything, ami I
Mr. Sills only succeeded in getticg her I
out of the houe a few minutes be for
tbe stairway, Bp which she bad run in j
ber fright, pave way. Except a few !
articles nothing was saved. . Mr. Sills'
loss is about $1000, with an insurance
The Lewistown Democrat sava : One
night latU week Jonathan Hough;
ppruig boa in Dectur tmrnsbip was j
entered by thieves, who stole a roll of
butter, a piece of bam, and a Dumber
of other articles. O'l another night
two tcrkevs were stolen from bis prem
ise.. Somebodj down that war evi
dently, wants a ticket for the Mifflin
On Friday nioruing last John Ensloe,
an ajred citicen of Granville towoxbip,
residing on U. V. Soult's farm," re
marked to bis dangbter that be would
go out and feed the pigs. Slaying
ratber longer than usual, the daughter
weut to look for him, and found bini
lying dead.. He bad been subject to
heart disease, and it is supposed it was
that disease that caused his death. His
wife was absent on a visit to Hunting,
dou county at tbe time.
WKAVEU Rt'KER On the 7th in.t.,
by Rev. V. 31. Blackireider, Mr I). J Ii.
Weaver aud Mi Saaaanah S. Aakcr, both
of Walker township.
HE11SU VALENTINE On the 0th in
stant, by the same, Mr. David F 11-Ttih and
Miss .V. . Valentine, both of Milford town
OTICE TO PA tP.
All person indebted to the nni resigned
either by note or boik acconr.t, are request
ed to come forward sod settle the sam
without further delay. Office hi Graybill'k
Ilall, immediately above the Hardware Store
sep6.1873.tf. D. P. PAISTE.
Ijitro Ktock of Pry Goods at J. &. U. A.
Stambaugh. Crystal Palace;- "
Sentiuel aud Republican $1.-V) a real.
MIFFLIS AX PATTHRSO X1EKLTS
Corrected weekly by tlie Hidliu and Patter
son Board of Commerce.
UirruMTOwa October 10, 1S78.
Better, prime tmll , . go
KjCfts, r doa. .......
Vinegar, per qt.. ..,
Hm, lb ,
Beenw.ixi per tb. ....... t....
Soap, dry ........ ...
CvalOil, pr gall
Salt per sack.. ....... ..,,.
grai axd aaitba.
Corrected weekly by D. P. Suloufl"xCo
Wheat, red , $ 85
Barley , cn
(hits, old..., 3
" new , 8H
Clovtrsced 8 J
Timothy aeed 2 61
rlaxseed. ............. ......... 1 73
1'oUtoea ...................... 6U
J. t II. A- MainhaaeVs Prire Current,
Corrected itet kly, Oct- 8, 1873.
Prune Uoll Sutler .r pouud...... 25
Kptrs, per dozen-....... .....m,, 25
Dried Apples per puuud.. ......... 8
L;ird, ' 8
Chie.kena, live , 8
jy V. H I.OI FP , CO,
F0BYYARD AXD C0XM1SSI05
C E M E N T,
Iron in the Blood
MAKES THE WEAK STRONG.
The renirian Srrmp, a TroUcV
i Solution of the Protoxide of
Iron, is go combined ax to have
the character of an aliment, as
easily digested ami assimilalcit
trith the blootl as tho simplest
food. It increases the quantity
of Nature's Otm Vitalizing
Agent, Iron in the blow!, ami
cures "a thousand ills," simpltf
by Toning up, Invigorating tuut
? italizing the System. The en
riched and vitalized blood per
meates evert part of the body,
repairing damages and waste,
searching out morbid secre
tions, ami leaving nothing for
disease to feed upon.
This is the secret of the won
derful success of this remedy in
curing Dyspepsia, Liver Com
plaint, Dropxy, Chronic Diar
rhoea, Boils, 3f crrons Affections,
Chills and Fevers, Humors,
Xioss of Constitutional Alger,
Diseases of the Kidneys and
Bladder, Female Complaints,
d all disease originating in
a bail state of the blood, or ac
companied by debility or a lout
state of the system. Being free
from Alcohol, in any form, its
energizing effects are not fol
lowed by corresponding reac
tion, but are permanent, infu
sing strength, vigor, ami nei&
life into all parts of the system,
and building up an Iron Con
stitution. Thousands hare been changed
by the use of this remedy, front
week, sickly, suffering crea
tures, to strong, healthy, and
A VT iNll a.rf am 4.k . - J
4n ftilitls cannot iva nonaU rjhf-
M irrc it a iriu.
See that each bottle lias PERU
VIAN SYRUP blown in the glass,
SETH W. F0WLE 4 SONS, Proprietors,
X. 1 JI Utoa Place, Bostom.
6otD ar Pacccisvs ciiiittu.
TnE VICTOR SF.WIXG MACHINE
CO. want reliable and enerjretic Agent
in thin county. The "VICTOR" i a Ijck-lit-
h. Shn'thi Mai'hine, with Self eertinf
Needle, best Bnihed and moat perfect Ma
chine oflered. An increavi of over SOO
lrcei:L oa sale of ISl'i over 1871. fur
Term .e., Adilres,
VICTOR SEWING MACHINE CO.,
12J.7 Chestnut St., Philad'a, Pa.
JL lat a
Ota Wood Pr mp. Taste-K-m,
durable, Eilicient It
Cheap. The best Pump
for the least money. At
tention i e8cUlrv in
vited to Blatehley' Pat
ent Improved Bracket it
Kew Drop Cheek Valve,
which caa be witlelrawn
without removing the
Pi:u.p or disturbing the joints. Also, the
Copper t'hainlier, "hich never craeH or
scaW, and will outlast any other. For sale
by Dealer every where.- Setd for Catalogue
CHA'S. G-.- BtATCIILEY, MTV,
50; Co-atnerce S.-, Hhrlndvlphia, PS.
if e s
IRON, NAILS, GLASS,
Tlie Plnce For
IF YOU WANT
A JV Y T
AT A BOOT &
AND THAT CAX UE HAD
At the Lowest Prices
A Good Article,
Call at tbe UOOT and SHOE STOKE of
J. W. DEAN,
Drtilgc Street, Patterson, Penn'a.
Repairing' Promptly Mt ended to.
THE FALL OF
Ii ALL ITS GLORY.
J. & H. A. ST A MBA (JGH'S
Stock of Goods
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER.
CARPETS, &C. &C.
NEW CASH STOKE
LOCUST GROVE, MILFORD TWP.,
One and a half miles south.we.st of Pattercon.
FX1HE nbcnber wonld most repectfully
I Kt.n. .1 K .lw.v ku I.
their patronage with the latest and most select
DRY GOODS, OROCERIKS. Qt'EENW.RE, WOt'D AD WILLOW WAKE, OIL
CLOTHS, BOOTS X SHi'E-S. Also, with a fiifl supply of
HOME-MADE GOODS, YARNS, &C,
AU of which he offers to sell or exchange for ennutrr piodnce at
THE VERY LOWEST BRICKS.
Much lower, in fact, than goods have been sold within the county for many year.
Ho mid pay tbe highest niaikct j-rice lor Lncnst Posts, Railroad Ties arid Wood,
either iu call or goods.
, .w .,r A.J. IIERTZLER.
Locust Ototc, A tig. 8, 1873-tf.
I the place where you can buy
TIIE BEST AXU TIIE CHEAPEST
MENS' YOUTIIS' & BOYS' CLOTHING
H.iTS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, jiSD FL RMSHl.XG GOODS.
WE are prepared to exhibit one of the most choice and leet stork cvr etTere.1 in
this market, and at ASTOX1SH1.XGLY LO IV PRICES !
Also, measures taken for suits aud parts of suits, which will be mads to order
at short notice, very reasonable.
Remember the place, in Hoffman's
Water rect3, MIFFLINTOWN, PA.
WHAT TO IVEEB AND
Just strninto SAMI F.I. RTKAVEK'S ri.dl
1',... .i.rl l. ill
Having just returned from Philadelphia ami New Turk, he ran supply yon with the
Latest and Choicest Styles c f
CLOTHING OF ALL KINDS,
Conts, Pants, Vests, Hat, Cirps, Boot and
nishinp tiooils iu endless variety, tunvt;S Floor Oil Cloto, Furniture, tc., citcaper tln
the cheapest, lor the smne quality ot goods. Call iu and bu conriuuvd.
Measiirea Taken anil SrtiW Made t!o Order.
Pattervih Sfijf 10, iH.
II I IS G
THAT CAN HE PUUCIIASED
intoTtn the public that he h is just openod ai
ro.rw.l ......J.- .11 . . f l.i I
New Building, corner of Bridpe and
f-iwy , inii-lt
HOVV TO WE&B IT
IIINO STORK. Kriitn arn4. f-rfrersnn
II . n.. ., II 1 i, I
Shoes, Watches aud Jewelry, Notions, r&r-
Yoii can get any STOVE oit
ivant at FR AiVCISCUS'.
'HEATERS' A SrECIAMTV:
THOMAS A. ELDER, 31. D.,
Physician aild Sargeoi?,
OlfiVe hour. Trom 9 . v. tn it r. w . Of.
flee in hi rather residence, at the soulli
Cud of Water street. fuctiS-lf
LFHED J. PATTERSON,
MIFFLIN TOWN", C.MAT.V CO., PAY
117" All hu-iinen, (r.iiiptl- attended to.
Orrica With Jeremiah Lyons, Ei.
JOL'IS E. ATKINSON,
ATTORNEY - At - LAV,,
C7"Corerting and Cor.vevancing prompt
ly attended to.
OrriiE On BrHse street, opposite the
Court IIoum! Sii.ire.
Wiil visit XMilIin and Tatteraon everv
Tuesday, Tliursdjy a:.d Satnrd.iy nioruinj;
and will ( u. ui-.li the jttiseu ol tliese bor
lit wit 1 the bet !
' UKKK, YKAL, MUTTOX, POKK. ke.
1 in very l.v.rsi in. ts. Me reictluilv
soneiiji me p-iFprii.ige or ine pnbiic.
April 3, l7i 1 y.
Iteflieeifiillvotler hi.ertii totiie 11b-
I lie of tn in and arfjoi-iiiif counties. Having
! h:l Ur-e ei..ri.-M.'e jn he i.nsinvj,9 i
i VendneCr; ii.jr, he leeN con!!. lent that he
1 can rrn.ler general naiUl.-:i..n. lie ac
I Me emiMilted at hi reAideuee in Ir'ernian iEt
toivnliip, or .ii.-j lorv arninpeiuer.l cat
bv Ulade at Will' llotel.'Milluuluwn.
GREAT H EDUCTION
1MKICES OP TEETII!
ri, i - . .
Full Lpper or Lower Setts as Law as
No teeth allon-ed lo h-ave the isffice "n-li-
liie puiieiil in falSeiL
Tietli remoilelnl un.l repaired.
let-Ill tilled i Inn li.r lif
Dvii'al c k iloue h.r ersi.iis without
thrin l-avin2 ilirir Itomts. it 1. Hind.
T'iihiiclie stopped in tve niinnni with
out e.xlriciiiiji tiie tixilli, at lue Denial Of
rice of t;. L. UbKU, eatubliahed iu Milllm
town iu lbb'0.
o. l. PF.nn,
Jan 21. tJ72. Practical Lenti.
JLU TlIl.OR SHOP.
The nnderi;ned would respectfully ia- J
furu the pnlic thai he has opened a j
at hi widence. on Bridge sfrvet, in the
Parker JI nisiou, and is sew pr-pired lo do
CUSTOM AVOlUv 1
at short nntiee and in tbe most durable and
He intends to put out none but pood work
and arks a share ut the public patronise.
ept 3. 18t-tr.
177G. Q 187G.
AMERICAN C E.N TENNIAL-
AT THE CANAL STORE, MEXICO,
Keep constantly on hand and for sale at a
-n.ill profit, a well selected assorliueut of lore, tliuhle'l to offer i'vldCe-
DIIY HOOPS. ments to its pitroni. Emplovs
GKOCl.UIES j no agents, anJ gives all afhts
QUt'ElNSWARE !con-,u'ss:t'n3 cu-tomers1
WOOD & YVI LLOvvAR E, ' , direct-
fish, salt, plasTR.; CIRCULARS SENT FREE,
i Also, ri.Ol'R and allkiiidsofPKOVISION 1
and MILL I EEI.
TOP PRICES paid for Country Pnluce
aim an wn.u ci un.ii., pariicuuriy lor
CtlOlee IOIS Ol WllCal.
Mexico, Pa., M.y ISTC-Cm.
rRAl lIILl. t. CO.,
WHOLESALE CLALIaS IS
Carpel C hain, "' "-'" ':c "n:" "l
r ir ii- . . ' sli..k are urtreit t-r f'.i) e-ie.., and sub-
Ulttlllg, WilUUlllg, A Wines, &C.,;m.riUiA wilt recaTe J, baml.n.ely steel
as a nM assoBTxasiT or i -r,''""--l tn:fi ate ni tufk.. stiiiu!- fr
,i-.-..v - . . . . ! fra.n:re and prijeiiaticu iiatu.rut
W00D& : BILLOW ARE. ''
N ,. 420 Market Sit, above 4,b, j J
PIUDADELPItlA. PA. ' Ceuirnntal Sv. '; from date ot paytueuM.
June 27, IS7:!-tf. ' Jnnnary 1. ltJ.
'a r- a .",,"irVi... 7m S-ilxi.-riiier who sre not near a X-ttion J.f
A - tali. UlUF, 3aiikcii rff-pit s rliek or pt oflice order
, , , . . . , . , . to the tindf tTiiTed.
1 he undersigned esir.- to inform hi o!a f. K Kit ALEY, Trrurer.
Irieiels and the puol.0 S.-.wr.diy l.t be r n, .M. Wil1(ll , i.ai- ,,
C A K R I A Cr E Y 0 R K S
In !.- Iw.mi.frli nt I'KlMIVSVfT t f -o.H 1. I
now prepared U da all kirds ol vo.-k in iiis
line, si shot I notiee .ait ou th.c most rea
l.'a in; bid a number of year i XH-riem-
ill the b'.iMiie.-s, be teel coiir! ie:it lh.it his
vri will cm, -are Li,ro:ablv wiib anv done
" tu- county
Repairing Dusies a Spreialti.
April ii, isra-tf. i. &. THOMPSON.
A Whnlesdj Pnrch.iin; Aije-it for the
The Needle's eye is lh.-or.ly lxde toffrrea.1
lUpinh: self setting Nitrufj iui I'h t ;
sew fast; chi-ape.-d bet luade hesl ffn
ished imt durable JLtr.fene in xistem:c.
WKITTEN GUARANTEE FOR 3 YLAUS.
For Circulars, Tenrs. Jtc., a-ldrew
AMERICAN 5. M. CO.,
22 4V. Seco-id Street,
.I3ta Waarr, Manager.
llin-rir..r;. S'Jt !' W-'m.
KTULILS CL ri:.l. K AIL W AY.
SPRING TIME SOilEDIJ'rL
Throne and flnttl &.' 10 ci t front
IVat'tiuzto, li.'Utmort, iZ..r. t'Jmtr,
Erji, i'wM.'rr, ami S-Mtura
rive Trains na'Ij-
to and from H'aliiii;;tjn ami Caitimore. 'aa-i
I'tilli tliA.'NS 1'AII.Y
to anrf frnm'the Xortli an ! V,et Franeb,
TWO TItAtXS PAir V.
to and from Northern mid Western relink
syhani ird New Y'oik.'
On and after JfO.t-'AT 3W !, js;.;;
the IraiiiK im the Xrrliern Cs. Rjl'vrjy
will run an liilon :
j MAIL TRAIN, Iimvos Hi'tiii-.Te f :;i am
J! .--itItr I -Ut J ill
' Wi!li.n:;''rt H us
arr .it h;.ir i I :t' p in
C1XCIXXATI E.X. I Ua'Cieore l H-p in
air at II n i i-l.iir-,' -J 1 j m
FAST LINK leave !!..?!....... ! - i. i,i
1' I i-r'.!i..r 4 4.. p nt
arr at V. illima.-jviri :n t in
j .Northern Kx. leaves liullinmre i "I a m
a; . 11 rr'-.iiiir a tit
I Xiajrara Ex. lcj. es l.ilii.:ieri', 7 ' a iu
" ll.'ri-isi.u. i'l H4.1i
" " Vii'ii-nu,-p'i:-i -J in p hi
1 " " F!in:.-.i it i 11.
( rtrrives t'.inn.if iltriia. 7 ', 1 j m
-" Mil leaves !!... har- 4 15 j m
Erie llil leaves I! -, ,!iar,
leave s n:tnt-y
tojve-. Wi!li.i u-cji
6 ihi a ni
12 l'p :n
'J I'l p 1.1
arr al C 'i ri l ii -iu
leaven M'n'ra .4"am
" Wii:i.m.sport ... a ,
" H.irrinunrj: 'Jltpm
. nrr al K-i!tiimre r, p ;j
- Faat line scutU leave H.rri..lnrj; H ti a m
arr al Laltiniorc
4 a m
Erie Express le. Wii'.i.ni:. p't
arrive, 11 irrisblir
Eria Mail le. ('jn.un! tiiia
7 ;V a nt
4 4 1 a m
1 1 a ra
i '- p IU
8 D" p n
11 4i p ni
1 : j lit
il : I J-11 -.i t
3 -l a iu
PACIFIC K.X le--.c iiarriVjtirg 11 .. a iu
arave. Hji'iumm i l i m
Nia;ara Ex. leave, l.'anandliKU.
1 1 a in
1 H H !B
Wiliiauifpurt a 1" .a
K irribu.'S ' S- p u
an'tvi-. "L.ili ..... l- - nl
! IIjrri-b'g Aceoin. leva ilarrinimr ti I' "i a in
arrives i.:iinii.re io . a m
j Mail Tr.tin north .omh, F.t Liiw
r.orlh, I'ai'iiic E.ip.tss iOuth, Erie Lip.es
south, n.uri-Mir Acconi:i!x?:itiuii north
and south, N'ir:i Ev-;ii'es, nn''fi j'.d south
rcn daily ercepl Su'idar.
Erie Mall north, Cineimufi F.'.J.r'.; tnirtli
and south, Western E.qiren5 rtortii aud Kas
Line uniih leave daily.
Erie Mail konth. duly eseept MoihIjv.
For lurlheriiiioriiki.i.m ti'i-iv tlie Tick'
, vl Oiliee, Peiiusylvanu lnUiNid IVf.it
. j. caS-- Vi r,
II.UTilmrg, July 21, lid.
ii. c. oirnr,
31' VAKKrr .STREET,
II A IS If I I! I
1EAL ill IN
IANtS 4. t.u;jNKr Q'H.ANS,
And ail kind of Mxsieal Ij'lrticirnf
This house huvs fr cn-h )
never gave a uo'e, an-1 is, therc-
sop 5, 1 373.1 y.
Ttt Tiiv -r-ri-:.-v nv i.i-wwv-r
VAMA--.Hir at;enl... nr;?e.--, v h,!
ted lo Hie Ucl tl.l the Nal i.i
now pre(aml lo reetive ii!.sr"rt'nn in'
the Citpilal S-ux-k '.f te t'tinenn'-.l f":ird
ol Finance. I be liiiuls renlizi .1 lioiu iliisi
souree lire ; b- emlvi in tin- er ctioit
of tlie buildiiit t r toe Inten-ational Et
hibiliuc, aud luu eX"-n.-rs i oMiie tt d n-tt!i
the .nue. It is rtiit'iiL nilv U-li ve.1 liiui
the Keysione Mule wiil be r. p'evnt. by
the u.mie of erery eiti-ri !ivt to put riot :c
coiiiiueuv.r.ili.ii rt the one. bumlreillhr
eorge . 3ull.s,
Wintlif niMl respectfully iuf'-rnr hi friend t
ami the pr.Uic general y thiit he has i-oui.
nieueed the brriiie( ol iere'M.t la.iot-iii
in the store room foriuerlv ..reupieii by J.
W. Stevesirn, rj p-.srl M:M itiijrafs Hutoly
win-re Ifr v. ill kt-' p eosi-fciiit.'y 011 hand
Awl aii tvt T of goods, Knit:! 1-r ne'iinrel .
bi' wear, tth:clr bj will uwintt ji-ture .
Older, on snort U.K.. e wxl very re.r.Miablj
t-riii4V. Beiiijf arr vki p-Metn.-. t.fior, h.
feeb stiti-itcl K i-.n give sjt-;'aeliii. IU
has also iu cuuuei ll.iu Wll.l llld above a de
HATS AND CAPS.
BOOTS AND SHOES, NOTIONS, tc.y
uf all kind, .ulily il sizes, lor in-1 aj't
boys, which he is !ln very low. GiV.
hi.u a ca!! aud inspect M. mouk.
f.KoKliii S. SILLS
Pvrrysvait, Mjy 2, 1 b73.
IrgestiKk ff l;eily u:a!e Cli'tiiirie f.y