SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN
Wednesday. Dec'r IT, 1873.
PEKS'A. E. jLTME TABLE.
passenger trains leave Mifflin Station a
Phiadalphia Express, 1 25 a m.
Fast Line, 3 20 a m.
Karrtsbarg Accommo., II 28 am.
Kail, 6 12 p id.
1'aeific Express, 10 13 am.
Cincinnati Express, 8 60 p m.
Pittsburg Express, 1 20 a in.
Cincinnati Express, 2 2-4 am.
F-ciSc, 6 00 a a.
Ht Passenger, 10 04 a m.
Past Line, (Upn.
Mifflin, Not 2, 187a.
atest from Cuba Book's toy.
Questions put by boya and girls every
day Dow long till Christmas?
Clark Wright will snpplyyou with fresh
fish every week. Give him a trial.
Becomingly sombre in its new coat of
paint The Methodise church.
In a "high glee 'The school boys and
girls, orer the coming exhibition.
Go to Book's and bay a nice gold watch
for a Hulliday gift.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday last
were spring-like in their temperature.
Jacob V"iil is improving the exterior
appearance of his hotel by a coat of paint
Demonstrated to a certainty in the vil
lage That brick buildings can be put op
in the winter reason.
Out lart Friday Wasps, to enjoy the
nii!d Dece mlier weather. They were any
thing but Wi5p:?h.
There will be a Railroad Meeting in the
Court House this (Wednesday) evening,
at 7 o'clock. M. A. Meeker, Esq., Pres
ident of the proposed road from M if9in
te the SuKjueliano, will adJres6 the meet
An exchange says, Mr. Seth Green
will send, per mail, to any person wish
ing them, packages containing several
hundred eggs of the salmon, trout or
white fish. Hi olject is to tench the
American people the art of breeding fish
Lecture, ' Echoes from Bound Top,"
by Rev. Jesse B. Young, at the Court
!loue, on Friday evening. Dee. 26, 1S73.
The lecture comes well recommended.
The sulject is calculated to arrest the at
tention of every citizen. It awakens both
painful aud pleasant recollections at the
hearthstone of every family.
One of the few pleasant places for pas
ccngers to lunch at along the Pennsylva
nia Railroad is at the Railroad Houe in
Patterson, kept by John (Jars. Hotcof
fee, sandwiches, aud other edibles served
at any and all time ta the day. It is
alM a nice place for people fiotn the
country to drop in and lunch at. Try it-
A Startling Tann ! TLousands
die annually from neglected coughs and
cold, which soon ripen into consump
tion, or other equally fatally fatal dis
eases of the lucf s ; when by the timely
use of a singlo bottle of Dr. Wistar's
Balsam of Wild Cherry their lives
might hart been preserved ta a green
Exhibition. A public entertain
ment, to be given by -the Mifflintown
Schools, will be held in G raj bill's Hall
on Tuesday evening, December 23rd,
1873. The programme consists of De
clamations, Essays, Tableaux, Dia
logues, &e. This is the first attempt
of the echools to appear before the
public, and as the proceeds are to be
appropriated to the use of the schools,
in purchasing blinds, &c, it is hoped
there will be a good attendance.
Latest from Tba Books, our
Post Master at Mirtm, is always on
Land when the rccuiry wants bis ser
vices. He disappeared list week, aod
comes back from the East with the
Largest Stock of Holliday Goods
Confectioneries and Toys - ever brought
to this county. Everybody go and see
bis stock of goods for the Holliday be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
Books and Wagner have also sup
plied a long-needed want. Tbey have
opened in the same room the largest
stock cf Fine Jewelry, Watches, and
Silverware ever kept in this place. All
goods warranted or money refunded.
They m!1 no trash.
New School House. The progress
and popularity of the common school
system of Pennsylvania are exhibited
in the great improvements which have
been made in school buildings and fur
niture. Neat, substantial, and even
eltgant school houses are being built
every year. One of these was erected
during the past summer ntar the Cuba
Mills, in Fermanagh township, and a
new school for the accommodation of
the citizens of that neighborhood. It
will be known as the Cuba School. It
was long needed in that locality. The
bouse, 28x30 feet iti size, is of brick,
and was built after a plan fouud in Dr.
J. P. Wickerseam's School Economy.
The cost of the building, furnituie and
outbuildings was about $1800. It is
pleasantly located, well constructed,
amply large, with a portico in front,
closet for baskets, clothing apparatus,
&c The ceiling is 12 feet high. The
blackboard contains 130 square feet of
ruifaoe. It furnished with the
"Gothic Desk," a neat table, coal stove
of sufficient size, Camp's outline maps
and Sanders' primary charts. The
building does credit to the citizens of
Fermanagh township, and especially to
the present board of directors, which is
composed of the fo'.Iowing named gen
tlemen : William Banks, John Bal en-
tine, Isaac Saylor, Joseph Roterock,
George Hower and R. A. Reynolds.
Mr. C. Bartley was the contractor. Mr.
J. F. Allen, a veteran in the service, is
teacher for this session. He is at work
with 45 pupils. More such bouses are
needed is J oniata.
Court Proceedings continued from '
Commonwealth vs. John Troup, lo-
dictment Fornication and Bastardy.
Continued till February term.
Commonwealth vs. J. English West,
George Fry and David Muthersbaugh.
Indictment Arson. The history of
this case is as follows : John inn, the
prosecutor, lives, and has lived for some
25 or 30 years, in Licking I 'reek Val
ley, between the Black Log mountain
and Black Oak ridge. The late Reu
ben C. Hale claimed the land which
Winn resided on and claimed to bald
by virtue of squatter sovereignty."
Several years' litigation took place be
tween the two, for its possession. In
the meantime, Hale disposed of the
land, or his claim to it, in some way,
and a few years ago, one of the defend
ants, J. Englith West, turned up in
this country, representing himself as
the agect of Wheeler & West, and in
their name commenced proceedings in
ejectmeut against Winn, in Mifflin
county. Ouce or twice, Winn in the
legal tilt was was successful, but J.
Eugiish, with bull dog tenacity carried
tbe case to the Supreme Court, on ap
peal, by which inn's judgment was
set aside, aud on tbe last trial of the
case, in Miffiiu county, J. English car
ried the day, and gained the verdict
Winu, though notified to leave, stub
bornly refused, and a writ of ouster was
issued against him out of the Mifflin
county court, and Sheriff Muthers
baugb, George Fry aod J. English went
on the ground some time last summer,
to formally dispossess Winn. On that
occasion, after removing all Winn's
effects out of bis house and stable,
YY est set fire to both, and tbey were
totally destroyed. Winn, thereupon
made complaint against all three before
Esquire Bartley, alleging that the
buildings were located in Junia
county. A warrant for their arrest was
issued, and tbe defendants arrested,
but liberated by Associated Judg
Troxell, of Mifflin county on Habeas
Corpus, on the ground that the build
ings were located in Mifflin county, con
sf quently Squire Bartley had no juris
diction. Another complaint made be
fore Justice Middagb, resulted in the
aaiue manner. However, on a bill of
indictment having been laid before tbe
Grand Jury, at September term, a true
bill was found. Tbe Commonwealth
proved the burning of the buildings,
but failed to locate them in Juniata.
It was proved, however, that under tbe
Act of 1831, providing for the bound
ary between Mifflin and Juniata conn-
lies, the line should run on the summit
of tbe Black Log mountain, from the
Huntingdon county line to the river.
But fortunately for the defeudaots,
when the Commissioners ran the line in,
tbey started the line south of that
mountain, at the Huntingdon county
line, and followed Black Oak ridge,
down below inn's, and then crossed
ever to tue Black Log mountain proper
and theucc to the river, thus Tunning
all the disputed land into Mifflin coun
ty. While tbe Court was convinced of
the mistake of the Commissioners, yet,
nevertheless, as both the Mifflin and
Juniata county authorities had recog
nized the line, so mistakenly run, ever
since, it had to decide that it Lad no
jurisdiction in tbe premises, and hence
ordered tbe jury to acquit which it did
This was a great triumph for J. Eng
lish West, but very "melancholy " for
General John Winn, of Winn's Gap,
to have to answer such foolish questions
and then be defeated.
Commonwealth vs. John Shinelcff.
Indictment Pcrjuiy. This case grew
out of the litigation prior to the Sep
tember court, and had been continued
from that term. On the case being
called, the District Attorney stated
that he had no case, upon which the
jury found Captain Jack not guilty, aod
saddled the costs on tbe prosecutor,
"J acker Campbell."
Commonwealth vs. David Fink. In
dictment Aggravated Assault and
Battery This case grew out of an ar
gument betweou the prosecutor, Mitch
ell Varnes, aod the defendant, as to
their respective merits as railroad em1
ployees. Prosecutor gave defendant
tbe lie. who struck out with his '- right
duke," which prosecutor caught upon
bis "smeller." A tussle ensued with
little or no further damage, x'rosecu-
tcr proved his nose broken by fiist bio
After bearing evidence for Common
wealth, District Attorney entered
nolle pi o$. as to aggravated assault, aod
the defendant then pled guilty to the
simrle assault and battery. Sentenced
to pay a fine of $15 and costs.
Commonwealth vs. Tbaddeus War
ner. Indictment False Pretence. A,
J. Hertzler keeps a store at Locust
Grove. Defecdant ran a bill there on
the strength, as Hertzler alleged, of his
ronraaentatlon that be bad $100 OO
deposit at Doty, Parker k Co's bank
He bad no such deposit, and on failing
to pay the bill, the suit was instituted.
Tbe iurv cleared the defendant and di
vided tbe costs equally.
Commonwealth vs. Calvin Polm In
diotment Assault aud Battery. This
was another of those contemptibly petty
fum that should never have been
brought into court. Tbe prosecutrix.
Mrs. Sheets, is a sister of defendant.
She and defendant's wife got into a jaw
ing scrape about some boffs, when de
fendant interfered and tried to keep the
peace. Prosecutrix abused bim foully
wben he took bold of ber and led or
pushed her away from his own door.
She then struck him, and be set
i;rhtl in tha boot business. Verdict
of the jury served her right, by clear
ing the defendant7anddivTaing"rhe ;
co?t between her and bim. "'- - .
The Grand Jury fouud a true bill
gainst James B. Alexander for b rest
Commonwealth vs. John ' Winn,
Washington W atts and George Hoff
man. Indictment Conspiracy, Ac,
on oath of J. English West. Contin
ued till February term.
Commonwealth vs. E. W. H. Krei-
der. Indictment Malicious killing of
a mare while bailee. Tbe Grand Jury
gnored the bill and order the prosecu
tor, J. B. M. Todd, to pay tbe coats.
We take this method of thanking our
many friends for their kind expressions
of sympathy aud offers of assistance in
our late writ of ejectment troubles.
But, friends, we have secured tempo
rary quarters in tbe two new store
rooms of D. P. Sulouff & Co., and C.
B. Bartley, on Bridge stieet, where we
are prepared to serve your wants with
the same promptness as heretofore, and
we expect in two months at furthest, to
be in the splendid new Building (if Mrs.
Bel ford 'a, on the old Bell'ord corner.
Friends, the name Stain baugb has
boen with you since the year 1848, and
does not mean to be lightly crowded
J. & H. A. SlAMBAUOn.
Dec. 16, 1873.
The following resolutions were passed
at the Teachers' Institute, at Mifflintown,
November 24lh, 1S73:
Wueueas, It has plessed the Al
mighty, during the past year, to remove
v death one of our number, .Mr. J. II.
FUNK, t hercl ore resolved,
I:. 1 bat while we humbly submit to
he will of Him whodoeth all t hints well.
we deeply regret tbe early termination of
his earthly career.
2nd. J I) at in bis death the prulcM-o
has lost one of its uiost active, earnest
and conscientious workers.
3rd. That we tender our heartfelt sym-
nathv to the family and frieuds of the
deccased and point them to the only
source of consolation in their afll'C ion.
4m. That tbee resolutions be publisn-
ed in the county pap.-rs. and a copy of
them be transmute 1 to the lamiiy.
Miss Ida J. Pattow,
Jous H. Cabs st,
T. t. pATTEasost,
W . Aca,
WnEREAS. It has pleased Divine Prov-
denee to remove from our ranks, within
the past year, Mr. G. Stake, an esteem
ed and zealous fellow-teaelier, whose de
votion to the cause has endeared him to
the memory of all that knew bim ; there
1st. That while we humbly bow to the
will of God. we deplore the loss of one
hose sphere of uselumess bad just be-
2nd. That we tender our heartfel' vm-
pathy to the family of the departed, and
point them to the only fountain of con
flation in their bereavement.
3rd. That these resolutions be handed
to each of the eo;inty papers for publica
tion, and a ropy be Mint to the family of
w. J. Sanai",
S. N. Ross,
Miss Belli Shobt,
Miss A. J. KLiCKisota,
Miss M. E. Treoo,
Pcblic Sale. The undersigned will
offer at public sale, at Acadetnia, on
Friday, December 26, 1873, a large lot
of personal property, wagons, plows,
barrows, cultivators, piano, organ, ward
robes, stoves, mattresses, one mare, two
cows, shoats, pigs, fee, &e. Sale to
commence at 1 o'clock P. M.
J. P. Sherman.
All subscribers who are in arrear
one year or more, on toe otn oay ot
January next will be charged two dol
lars per year.
MIFFLIN COUNTY, AS PER LEWISTOWN
The steel work, under tbe manage
ment of Superintendent Brosius, pay
out about $0000 per month cash
We had bardly supposed there was
any one demon euough in Mifflin county
to attempt to throw a train off the
track on a high embankment alongside
the river, where there is lioui 8 to 10
feet of water, but it seems we have one,
as a villainous effort was made on Thurs
day evening to throw off tbe Fast Line
east of the station. Tbe locomotive on
that evening struck a tic which bad
been placed on tbe track near tbe rocky
cut and carried it along to the depot.
where it got under the cow-caU-her,
throwing tbe front part of the engine
off the rails and tearing up tbe rails in
all directions. There were nine coaches
on tbe train, and the bare idea what
might have been the result, is enough
to make one shudder. Those engaged
in such fiendish woik must place little
value on their own lives, for if caught
in the act indignant passengers would
be fully justified in torturing them to
death on the spot.
A barn belonging to John Toder, in
Union township, was destroyed by fire
on Saturday night, the 29th ult., to
gether with farm implements, ie , in
cluding 500 bushels of threshnd wheat.
Tbe horses and cattle were saved. Tbe
origin of the fire is unknown. Tbe
place was rented by Lewis liar man,
who, of course, is also a great loser by
the fire. There was no insurance, the
policy having expired in June last, and
unfortunately was not renewed.
On the 25th ult., a little girl named
Maggie Lepley, whose parents reside in
Oliver townsh:p, accidentally over
turned a wash-biler about half full of
hot water, upon herself, and was so
severely scalded that ber life is de
HUNTINGDON COUNTT, AS PER HUNT
Ws are indebted to tbe Hollidaye-
burg Standard following particulars of
the death of Levi Smith, of Union
township, Huntingdon county, father of
Drr-Or-Wt SnrrrhT-of-Hottidatsuuig :
A short distance from his residence a
saw-mill bad been erected by his sou
Samuel S. and snn-in law, and it was
bis habit to pay frequent visits to the
same. ' On Monday, November 17fh,
be paid one of bis accustomed visits to
the mill. While walking across a plank
which partially covered tbe pit into
which tbe sawdust fell, a scantling which
be was holding in bis hand was caught
by the saw. Tbe shock was so v.oleot
and unlooked for that Mr. Smith was
thrown against the saw, tbe right side
of bis head striking the sharp teeth.
Tbe result was that bis bead was sev
ered half through, and from the terri
ble wound thus inflicted several ounces
of brain matter exuded. Notwith
standing the fearful nature of bis in
juries tbe victim of this unhappy acci
dent lingered until Sunday, 30th ult.,
when death came to his relief and . he
entered into his eternal rest. i r. Smith
was in 67th year of his age. He was
one of the best citizens of Huntingdon
county, and many there are who will
hear of bis tragic death witb fceliugs of
profound regret, and whose warmest
sympathies will bs extended to tbe be
It is reported tLst tbe miners in tbe
Broad Tup region are restlese and strik
iug in squads. If they know what is
good for them tbey will stick to their
work. I et it be knows for two weeks
that they are on a strike, and there will
be three uieu to every striker to take
their places. There are too many men
out of employment to tbiuk of striking.
Mr. Thomas Westbrook, of Hunting
don, killed two hogs, on Thursday that
kicked the beam to tbe tune 1,047 lbs.,
weighing respectively G17 aod 450
There was a real surprise party in
West Huntingdon, the other evening
"Mammy" Long was the " victim."
About thirty pounds of carpet rags and
any amount of gossip were the good
woman's receipts from tbe bands and
mouths of ber admiring neighbors.
Mammy" stood speechless, with eyes
as large as Jupiter's inoous, wben the
party began to pile in and salute ber
witb a shower of carpet rag balls. She
no doubt thought the year of Jubilee
31 Altlil ED:
KESSl.ER GOSHEN. At tbt Union
Douse, Lewistown, Dec. 4th, 1873, by Kev.
W. G. Ferguson, Mr. John Kessler and
Miss Lizzie Goshen, both of Mifflintown.
MCMMA FARWELL On the 4th inst.,
by Rev. P. Krobn, at the Mountain House,
Lock Haven, Mr. Samuel S. Murama, of
Fermanagh township, Juniata county, and
Miss Sallie Firwell, of llincr's Run, Clin
ton Co., Pa.
MIFFLIN A D PATTERSON MAUKETS
Corrwie.1 weekly by the Milliiu and Patter
son lioard of Commerce.
Mirruxrowx, Dec. 17, 1873.
Butter, prime roil.....
Eggs, per doz........
Vinegar, per qt
Hams, " lb
Shoulders at Sides....
Lake Herring ..
Beeswax, per ib
Csal Oil, pr gall
Salt per sack...
GKAIX AND SEEPS.
Corrected weealv by D. P. SuIoufTxCo
Wheat, $1 85
Oats, old 35
" new 80
Clovreed 4 60
Timothy seed 2 51
flaxseed 1 75
Potatoes , 50
. & H. A- Stambaiieh's Price Curreut,
lorrected Weekly, llec. 17, lsiS.
Prime Koll Sutter ptr pound.
F-FK". per dozen-..
I'nrd Apples per pound
Tallow " .......
Chickens, live "
yy v. si Loi i r a. to,
1 OK WARD AM) C0XMISS10X
C E L E N T,
500 agents raT;Tl
Splendid assortment 1 Larpe mles ! Ijr(T
profits! Address HAASIS . LCBRKCHT.
empire .map ana iDin uiiuuaiurai, iui
Liberty St., Hew XorK.
Ifhy "Housekeeper's Manual w Sells.
A sncressful scent savs : Unlike all
other books, it has a claim on woman's at
tention. A honse-to-bouse canvass pays !"
$70.00 in one week was made by a single
For terms aud territory apply to J. B. Fobb
k. Co , New York, Boston, Chicago or San
J. & II. A. STA31BAUGI1
HAVE REMOVED THEIR IMMENSE
TO THE NEW ROOMS OF
D. P. SULOUFF
ON BRIDGE STREET.
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS
IF YOU WANT
THAT CAN BE PURCHASED
AT A BOOT &
A Good Article,
Call at the LOOT and SHOE STORE of
J. W. DEAN,
Bridge Street, Patteison, Penn'a.
HE CHEURFLIiliY IXVITES IXSPECTI03T.
Repairing Promptly Jlllcndcd to.
NEW CASH STORE
One and a half miles
TTIE snbnber would most respectfully in'orm the public that hi ha jnst npen.d a
Store at the above place, nhere he is prepared tosnpply all who mav favor K .with
their patroD ige with the Utvfctand most select
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, QT'EEXiWARE, WOOD AND WILLOW WARE, OIL
CUTUS, BOOI3 Sl SHOr.S. Also, with a full supply of
HOME-MADE GOODS, YARNS, &C,
All of which he offers to sell or exchange fur country pioduce at
THE "VERY LOWEST I'ltlCES.
Much lower, in fact, than goods have been
He will pay the highest market price lor
either in cash or goods.
Locust Grove, Aug. 8, 18. 3-tf.
D.W. Harley &COS
Is the place where jou can bay
THE BEST AIVD TIIK CHEAPEST
MENS' YOUTHS' &
HJTS, CJPS, BOOIS, SHOES, JSD FLRSISRIXG GOODS.
WE are prepared to exhibit one of the most choice r.nd selijct tn-k ever offered in
this market, snd at .iSTOSlSUISGLY LOW PRICES I
Also, measures takes for sails aud parts of suits, which will be made to order
at abort notice, very reasonable.
Remember the place, in Hoffman's
Water s'reets, MIFFLINTOWN, PA.
what to mm mv now to wear it.
Just stp into SAMUEL STRATER'S CLOTHING STORE, Bridge street, Patterson'
l i., ana lie will
Havine just returned from Philadelphia
Latest and Choicest S tries t f
Coats, Pants, Vests, lists, Caps, Boots and
nishing Woods in endless variety, Carpets,
me cneapeat, lor toe uuu quality oi gooas.
Measures Taken and
f attersoa, May 16, 1873
AT TOE CANAL STORE, MEXICO,
Keeps constantly on hand and for sale at a
small profit, a well selected assortment of
WOOD & WILLOW WARE,
FISH, SALT, PLASTER.
Also, FLOUR and all kinds of PROVISION
and MILL FEED.
TOP PRICES paid for Country Produce
and all kinds of GRAIN, particularly for
choice lots of wheat.'
Mexico, Pa., May 6, J873-6m.
Kttt of Gmtrgt Pill, dictated.
TVTOTICE is hereby piTen that Litters of
11 Administration mm tntamtnto antuza
on the estate of George Hie, late of Dela
ware townhip.deceaseH,have been granted
to the undersigned All pe sons irxiebted
to said estate are requested to make im
mediate paruient, and those having claims
will please present them duly authenticated
S. O. DRESSLER,
Oct 22-6w MmiauttraUm.
lH rV Madt Rapidlf with Stencil fc
JlLLiril Key Check Outfits. Cau
loguea and full particulars FREE. . S. M
Srsscra, 117 HaaoTar St Boston. ,
4fc CO. and C. 15.
L THE TRICES OF
CAN DE HAD
the Lowest Prices
south.west of Patterson.
sold within the connty for many year.
Vocust Posts, Rsiiroa-1 Ties and Wood,
A. J. HERTZLER.
New tuildinc, corner of P.riJee and
may 8, 1473-tt
tea you all about it.
and New Tork. he ran snDclv you with the
Shoes. Watches and Jewelry, Notions. Fur
r loor Oil Cloth, Fnrniture, fcc., cheaper than
call in ana be convinced.
Suits Made to Order.
BIG RUN FOR
An agency for the New American Sewing
Machine has been established in MifMintown
under the management of Messrs. John
Shermer and J. W. Plett. Persons wish
ing to buy the simplest, most d arable, tight
est running, most noiseless, and, becanse of
these qualities, the cheapest Machine, should
before purchasing eisenhere see the Ameri
can. The tensions 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.
Office at Will's Hotel. Sep 25, 1873-2m.
INSTANTANEOUS RELIEF t SOUND,
REFRESHING SLEEP GUARAN
BY USING MT
ISSrAST BUIEP FOKTIIE ASTHMA.
It acts insUmlv, rlHving 'he paroxvsm
immediately, and enabling the patient to lie
down and sleep. 1 sulFerd from this dis
ease twelve years, but suffer no more, and
work sad sleep as well as any ne. War
ranted to relieve in tbe worst caae. Sent
by mail on receipt of price, on dollar per
box ; ask your Dniggmt for it.
CHARLES li. HURST
Rochester, Bearer Co. Pa.
Feb. 21, 1873-y:
ALL versons are berehy cautioned
against bunting .r otherwise trespas-
..qt on the land ot the uoderai?neil in
Walker township. All persons so offend
ing will bo dealt witb to the foil extent
of tbe law.
JOITN R KAUFFMAy.
. Subscribe for the Sentinel fc Bepobtieu.
r" Hvriness Card.
THOMAS A. ELDER, M. D.,
Physician and Snrgeon, 7 . ,
Office boar from 9 a. . to 3 r. . or.
Ice in hi father! residence, at tbe sooth
ad of Water street. ricl22-d
ALFKED J. PArrERSON,
MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA CO., FA.
ZT All business promptly attended to.
Ones With Jeremiah Lyons, Esq.
JOUIS E. ATKINSON,
ATTORNEY -AT -LAW,
EyCollectine; and Conveyancing prompt
ly attended tu.
OrrKK On Bridge street, oppot-it. the
uan uouse square.
FoaacaLT Wood Jl Mask.
STATIONARY AND PORTABLE
The Cest & Most Complete As
sortment in the Market.
Tbrse engines hare alwars maintained
the very highest standard of excellence.
We mat j tbe manufacture of Engines, Boil
ers and r-aw Mills a specialty. We hTe
the larzet and most complete works of the f
kind in the country, with machinery espe-1
cially adapted to lh.- work.
e k'-p constantly on nana tarce num- I
bers of Engines, which we furnish at the '
rery lowest priors and on the shortest no
tice. We build Kngines specially adapted
to Mines, Saw Mill, Gnat Mills. Tanneries,
Cotton Gin.'. Threshers and all classes of
We are now baililiig the celebrated Lane
Circular Saw Mill, the best and must com.
plete saw mill erer invented.
We uuke Ilia roaoulavture of Saw Mill
outtits a special feature oi our business, and
can turnUh complete on the shortest notice
Our aim in all cases is to turni-h ihe best
machinery in the in trket, and work abso
lutely unequalod for beauty ot design, econ
omy and strength.
Send for circular and Price List.
UTICA STEAM ENGINE CO.,
Uriea, N. T.
Oct 8, 1873.
THE GREAT liEMEDY FOB
which can bo cured by a
timely resort to this stand
ard preparation, as has been
proved by the hundreds of
testimonials received by the
propnetors. It is acknowl
edged by many prominent
physicians to be the most
reliable preparation ever in
troduced for the relief and
cure of all Lung complaints,
and is offered to the public
sanctioned by the experience
of over forty years. "When
resorted to in season it sel
dom fails to effect a speedy
cure in the most severo
cases of Coughs, Bronchitis,
Croup, "Whooping Cough,
Influenza, Asthma, Colds,
Sore Throat, Pains or Sore
ness in the Chest and Side,
Liver Complaint, Bleeding
at the Lungs, &c. "Wistar's
Balsam docs not dry up a
Cough, and leave the cause
behind, as is the case with
most preparations, but it
loosens and cleanses the
lungs, and allays irritation,
thus removing the cause of
EfiTH W. rOTLE k B0K3, Boston, Mass
AbA wild by lraggifU snd Dmlers gtomnlif.
TO YOUNG MEIST.
Jul PJjtuKeJ,iM a Sexlii Evlop. friee
jLectnre on the Nature, Treatment and
Ran .cl Cure of Spermatorrhoea, or Seaiinal
Weakness, Involuntary Emissions, Sexual
Debiiiir, and Iir.ptdiinents to Marriage gen
erally; N-rousnes. ConBtnpti-n, Kpi
lepy nd Fit' ; Mental and Physical Inca-
twitr, resulting from Self-Abuse, etc. By
KObEKT J. CULVEKWELL, M- I.. Au
thor ol the "Green Book," ax.
The world-tenowued author, in this ad
mirable Lecture, clearly proves flora his
own experiune. tnat the awtul conaequea
ees of Self-Abuse may be effectually remoT.
ed without medicines, aud without daiiger
ous surgical operations, bougies, lustra.
ments, rings or cordials, pointing out a
mode of cure at once certain and ettectUnl
by which every sufferer, no matter what his
condition nny be, may cure himself cbeaplv,
privately and radically. This Lecture will
prove a bf on to thousands and thousands.
Seat, under seal, to anv address, 19 a
plain envelope, on the receipt of two post
age stamps. Aldress the fuhlisheis,
C11AS. i. U KLl-NK CO.
17 Howery, New York,
Post-OOice Box 486.
riTd AT WHOLESALE AID
UUaIO RETAIL. Doubie Gun, So
and upwards; Bretch-Loadnrs, 30 to $360,
Kifles, Revolver, Uart o una ana osp KiO .
Goods sent to sU parts Of the country by
express C. O. D., to be examined before
naid for. M e send a rennine TT. C.
Scott ft Sons' Muzzle Loader, witb Bask,
pouch and cleaaina rod, nicely boxed, for
$S5. Send stamp for Price List. SMITH
A SQUIRES, 623 Broadway aad 60 Chat
ham street, , I .
E eahnel and Republican $1.60 year.
Iron in the Blood
MAKES THE WEAK STBON'8.
The FeruTian Syrup, a Tmleei
ed Solution of the Protajritie of
Iron, is so combined as to harm
the character of an aliment, as
easily digested and assimiltited
with the blood as the simplest
food. It increases the quantity
of Nature's Or Vitalising
Agent, Iron in the blood, and
cures "a thousand ills," simply
by Toning wp,Inviaoraiirtfj and
Vitalising the Sysienu The en
riched and vitalized blood per-'
tneates every part of the body,
repairing damages and vasie,
searching out morbid secre
tions, and tearing nothing for
disease to feed upon.
This is the secret of the won
derful success of this remedy in
curing Dyspepsia, Uvcr Com''
plaint, 3ropsy, Chronic Diar
rhoea, Boils, Nervous Affettloiis,
Chills and Fevers, Humors,
lioss of Constitutional Vigor,
Diseases of tbe Kidneys' and
Bladder, Female Complaints
anil all diseases oriainatinrj in
a bad state of the blood, or ac
companied by debility or a low
Mate of the system. Being free)
from Alcohol, in any form, its
energizing effects are not fol
lowed by corresponding reae
tion, but are permanent, infu
sing strength, vigor, and neuf
life into all parts of the system
end building up an Iron Con
stitution. Thousands have been changed
by the use of this nmcdy, from
weak, sickly, suffering orea
tures. to strong, healthy, and
happy men and women ; and)
invalids cannot reasonably hes
Hate to give it a trial.
See that each bottle has PERU"
VTAN SYRUP blown in the glass.
SETH W. F0WLE & SONS, Proprietor!,
STo. 1 Mil torn Pise., llomtam.
Bold bt Dbuogists sifisaUli
jyoRTUERN CENTRAL RAILWAY.
SPRI-VCr TIME SCHKDL" K.
Tkromeh and Vviei Rmt 10 is from
Haaatnftom, BaitiMor; h it. Elmir,
ufal, Kontater, and Xufrm
Five Trains Daily
to and from Washington and Baltimore: an 1
FOUR TRAINS DAILY
to and from the North anil West Branch
TWO TRAIN'S DAILY.
to and from Ttorthern arid Weatjro Pnn
svlvaiKA and Sew York.
On and after MONDAY, Jn!y !T. 1973,
th trains on the Northern Central Railway
will run as follows :
MAIL TRAIN, leaves Baltimore F SO sra
" Harrrsbtrre 130pm
Wil'iamsp'rt 6 45 p tn
arr at Khuira loSO p nt
CINCINNATI E.. le Baltimore 8 IC p m
arr at II irrii'iuri 12 '.'5 u no
FAST LINE leaves Baltimore 1 2D w m
" lllrriiburg 4 46pm
arr at Williainsport 9 SO i m
Northern Ex. leaves Baltimore li 01 a m
ar. H.irriHbir'r S 40 a m
Niagara Ex. leaves Bali 'more,
7 40 a m
10 4') a m
2 iO p ra
5 06 p a
arrives Caiiandauna 7 40 n m
Erie Mail leaves HarrisburK 4 li a) nt
arr at Cauaudaigxi
6 0) a m
8 30 a nt
12 10 p m
S 45 am
" W illiam port biO a m
" Harri!bar - 10 p in
arr at Baltimore 6 25 d m
Fast line south leaves Ilarriskurg 3 40 a mi
arr at BaUuuore 6 4jam
Erie Express le. Wilti-im.'t 7 6 a in
tiunhury 9 40 a nt
arrives Han-iMbur II Jo a m
Erie Mail le. Canandaigna
4 25 p m
8 Oft p in
11 46 pm
1 30 a m
ao a m
PACIFIC EX leaves lidrrLslmrg 11 SO am
arrives ai:imure 8 00 d m
Niagara Ex. leaves Canandajua 11 a m
r.lmira 1 53 p ra
V illiamsport S !" p ra
Harrisburg 8 85 p m
arrives Baltimore VI la a in
Harrisb'g Accom. lev Harrisburg 6 05 a m
amtes BaiHiHor 10 15 a m
Mail Train north and souths rat Lin
north, PariHc Express south, Krta xpiena
soum, inrrfburg Accoiuuiod Uion north
and south, Niagara Express north and south
run daily except Sunday.
r.ne .Hail north, Cincinnati rxcress north
and south, Western Expresr north aud i ut
Line soum leave darly.
trie Mail south, daily except Mnr.isy.
For farther information antv at tbe Tick
et Othce, Fcnnsylvaitia katlrnad Depot
Barrisburg, July 21, ii.
TO THE CITIZENS OP PENNSYL
VANIA Your anentiun ie p-c.ilty mvt
ted to the fact that Ihe Natiou.tl Hanks are
now prepared td receive Miliscriptions to
tbe t aintal block of the Centennial lioard
ot Jr iuance. I be funds reelwd front ibia
ourcc ate to be einplovtd ia tue erection
of the buildi.ijrs far the Liiernationa! Ex
hibition, and the expenses omnetied with
.he fame. Il b contu;rnr'y believed that
the Keystone Slue will be Kixettine.l by
ihe name of every citizen ei.ve to patriotic
commemoration of tbe one lundredth
turlh day of I be nation. The shares of
tck are olT;red for llOeu h, ar.J sub
tcribcrs receivu a banlsmtiv sieel
engrsti-d Certificate of ?t,ick. suilaVs fir
fr.ning and preservation aa a aa'.ional
Inierest at the rate of six per cent, per
ann im will be pnil on all psymen's of
Centennial Stock from date of payment to
Jannary 1, 1&76.
Subscribe! who are not nenr a Nal'onal
Bank can remit a check or pst oiBce order
to the undersigned.
FliED'K KRALET, Treasurer.
tf 80 Walo it St., PbiMelphia.
It represents sample pifes and style of
binding of iO intensely interesting and
useful nooks, that sell tn every fun.ly.
Best thing mruied by aavassers. Agents
Wanted, to make a per man an t biiness oa
ibeae works in every County. Froxpectua
sent post-paid on receipt of price; J 1.60.
For circular and liberal term, address
JOHN E. POTTER A CO., FubUshera,
POLARIS MYSTERIKS lohvedj disaster
and escapes vividly portrayed, few
Frozen Zone and iu Explorers- A splen
did octavo of 80 1 . paea, most profusely
illustrated witn elegant steel and wood en
graving. A fascinating history of Arctio
advntiire.' The most saleable . book out.
Agent VYaafed. Send for term and sam
ple pages to Mutual PuBUsaia; Co., IlarW
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