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SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN
Wednesday, Dec'r 21, 183.
PENK'A. E. ILTIME TABLE.
Passenger train leave Mifflin Sutton a
fhiadelphia Express, 1 2$ a m.
Fast Line, 8 20 a m.
Earnsburg Accomrao., It 28 a in.
Kail, 6 12 pm.
raeiflc Express, 10 13 a ai.
Cfc.cir.oaU Express, 8 60 p m.
FUtsburf Express, 1 20 a m.
Cincinnati Express, 2 21 a m.
Pacific, 6 00 a m.
Way Passenger, 10 04 a nu
Mail, S 38 p ai.
Fast Line, 6 33 p ni.
JJifliin, Nor 2, 1S73.
Patterson talks of iiuilding a cbnrch
There baa been no torse aaarket since
tfce panic et in.
tt is expected" that toe new railroad will
enhance the value of property.
Sunday van the shortest as well as the
fciost wholesome day of the season.
About one-half the rote of the county
sjras polled at the late Constitutional elce
lee house owners talk some now about
congealed water. There will be enough
sof it by and by.
Where will the railroad come in, north
or south of town T is comaiou question
bow oo the streets-
Robert E. Parker propones to erect a
large business hone ou the sil? of the
Vu'inesj place destroyed Ly the August
The rush it now to tanibauchs now
quarters, ii the Sulouff and Barley
rooms, is the building pat up on the site
sjf the Nevin row.
Rev. Mr. Biatk welder ban announced
thfct he will commence a protracted meet
ing in the Lutheran Church in this place
on Nw Year's evening.
1 he revival meetings in Patterson, un
oVr the au.-pioes of the Evangelical As.-o
riaiion, have been closed. It in believed
that much good has been done.
The tramps are not kept by Mr. Knnue,
she &ew Sheriff. They are supplied with
fodatr.f, rapper and breakfast, by Mr.
F. IV cat, at the north end of Main atreet.
When you are toid that the Sestinil
ASP Rxpezmcan o.Ecc is away off in the
country, remind yourself of the fact that
it is uo futtlier from the Court House
than is the river Iridgn.
The M'.C'n bridge is one of the few
river bridges in central Pennsylvania that
is llgh.ea ifce whole niliL It is a credit to
the Company, and a luxury to those who
are coinpeiied tr chance to travel hi night.
To nuujoer llic dec r and turkeys shot
this fearon iu the counties of Juniata and
Jl.Eiii would iuipre.-s ous unacquainted
with their location, with the belief that
that they arc frontier district and in a
tate of wilderness.
Ia a preceding L-wte local item an
noua.vd that a boy had discharged a pis
tol in a scho ol liouse in Fayette township
while the school was .-itting. A citizen
f that immediate neighborhood write
that the int'iriualiou puh-L-hcd was not
correct, and that do pech occurrence ever
ook piaee in the wliont house designated
Lax Wednesday evening, as per an
tiouncement, a meotiar in the interest of
tht proposed raih-cad to the Su-quehau
lis was held iu the Court Uryjee. It was
the mot spirited railroad meeting ever
held in MiQin. aul aroused interest in
the wot k -to Mich a d-gree that the next
day citisens freely tock stock ia the enter
r.iise. Post Master Bok, the other day,
while expatiating in bis inimitable way
;ver the arrival of his mammoth stoek of
Holiday Goods, came in eontact with the
SXNUNEL AND Kt.FUBUi'AS stove and
brought it, pipe and all, amidst an
awful din, dust and siui-ke, to the flior.
lie raid that was nothing, and, lite
the fellow with the sausage, he kept
talking on, not, it ia true, about ausge,
tut about his Goods. To tell the
Jact, Rocks is ahead with his Goods, and
Las the largest and best assorted stock of
Christmas and NtW Tears Goods in the
eonrty. Call around and make Books
happy, and the little folk", too, Ly pur
chasing of fcits-
To invest in real estate nay not be
as profitable as to invest in certain
ktsda of paper, but it is always safe,
lie beat paper investments are United
State bonds, and Pennsylvania State
bonds. Just now. however, the people
of this eonuty have an opportunity
pened to them to invest what surplus
funds thej tray have in County Bonds,
xampt from tax, which gives them an
opportunity' to keep their funds at borne
for the benefit of their own county, and
gives them an investment as secure and
-desiiable as ei'Ler United States bonds
cr State bonds. If you have mouey to
invest, and do not wish to put it into
Teal estate, the next safest investment
is A couktj b'-ud. See advertisement.
Closing Out at Reduced Prices.
Cornelius Hartley is closing out bis
Jarg: stock of Fail and Winter Boots
and Ebcee at Greatly Keduced Prices.
How is the time to buy. The winter
has just fairly eet in, and you need
good warm boots and shoes.
CONCERT. A Concert of Vocal and
Instrumental Musie will be given at
McAlisterville, on Friday evening, Jan
nary 9th, 1874, by the McAlisterville
Singing Class, uudsr the iustroction of
D. B. Mojer. A well selected pro
g rani me will be introduced. Ibei ob
lio are invited. Admission 25 cents.
Proceeds to be applied to the c'ass.
Litziart Contest. A literary eon
test will be held at Centreville, Thurs
day evening, Jacnarj 1st, 1874, be
tween the Literary Society of that
place and the Ciesent Lyceum of Red
Kotk. The exercliea will consist of
Oratioos, Readings, Essays and Debate.
The quesion to be discussed : Resolved
iLat the signs of tbe time iiidicate the
downfall of this RepuMio.
EEPOUT Or MIFFLIXTOWK SCHOOLS.
For month ending Pec. 16, 1878.
School No. 1.
Whole No; of pupils In attendance dur
ing month 35
Average attendance .................. 82
Percent, of attendance VI
Ellie B. Crawford, Clara J Dean, Bebec
ea Doty, Hutsie K. Dichl, Bertha F. Kep
ner, Jennie Loudon, Lottie Loudon, Jnnia
PanneUker, Charley B. Crawford, David
B. Doty, James S. Hamilton, James E.
Heck., Samuel C. llonahon, John F. Sny
der, Ilarry Wood mans ee, James C. Watta,
Harry E. Williams, and Harry Pannebaker,
wers preseut at ever roll-call.
D. A. HiA, Teachfr.
School No. 2.
Whole TSo. in attendance during month, 61
Average attendance . 4o
I'trctnU of attendance 08
3. E. Nolai, Teacher.
Ecnooii No. S.
No. pnpils in attendance during month, 4')
Percent, of attendance.... .......... 94
No. present every day................
Fannie Eapenschade, Ellie Pannebaker,
Katie Struap, Anuie Stambaugn, Maggie
Weller, Eddie Watts, John ScLweier, Wil
ber Schweier, Clojd PannebAer and Oscar
Doty were present at every roil call.
Eolss DrsMiCsa, Teacher.
Ecbuol No. 4.
TSo. pnpils in attendance during month, 63
Averitge attendance 68
Percent, of attendance 9'i
S'o. present everyday.......... 22
May Loudon, Lizxic Pannebaker, Carrie
Tilten, Lillie Davis, Flora Bartley, Katie
Shively, Mary Kreider, Hallio Farker, Wil
lie Slautterback, Karl Espenschade, Frank
Warner, Harry Hawk, Charlie Howe, David
Wilson, George Shively aid Willie Stam
baugn were present at every roll call.
CLiaa V. Dacqhextt, Teacher.
Report or THOMPSON TO WIS SCHOOLS
For mouth ending Dec. 10, 1873.
School No. 1.
Whole No. in attendance during month, 37
Average attendance 29
Per cent, of attendance SO
Edgar Snyder, David Steinmeix, Scifert
Frehrer, E Igar A. Tennis, Charles Tennis,
Emma Teams, Emma Catueron, Ida Cam
erou, Annie Patton, Emma Patton, Ellen
Besom, Mary Eep'.er, Jennie Speicher and
Mary Daugherty were present at every roil
Lixzic tt. Harmas, Teacher.
School No. 2.
Whole No. in attendance during month, 33
Average attendance 27
Per cent of attendance....... ... ... 71
Sarah E. CAXcaoa, Teacher.
The following is the official vote of
this county on the new Constitution :
For Cm. Jgtl Con.
Mifdintown 10S 1
Fermanagh 73 10
Fayette 77 171
Greenwood 39 89
Susquehsnna ........... 4 P2
Pel. ware 16 e8
Ihornphontown ........ 37
Walker fa 19
Patterson 71 7
Milford 62 6
Perrvsville 6i 13
Turbett 9 9
Spruce Hitl 35 18
Beale 33 13
Tuscarora .............. 64 It
Lack 64 1
liiack Log 17 6
Total 931 639
Majority for the Constitution 232.
Public Sale. John Moixcr, Ad
ministrator of the estate of Samuel
Dunn, dee'd., will sell at public sale.
on the premise, at 1 o'clock i'. M., on
Saturday, February 24th, 1874, a Lot
of Grouud situate in Mexico, having
thereon erected a good two-story frame
dwelling House, Stable, and other ue-
cessary outbuildings and surrounded
with a good fence. This property is in
excellent condition aud is pleasautly
CncRcn Opesi.no The new Meth
odist Church in this place will be for
mally opened for the worship of God
n Sunday, January 4, 1874. 0d
pastora have been iDvited. Other dis
tinguished ministers will also be pre
sent. The friends of Christianity are
H. C. Pardoe, Pastor.
Peruvian Strup. This valuable
medicine has been silently making its
way into public favor by the numerous
remarkable cures it has performed. Its
singular efficacy is owing to the protox
ide of iron which in this preparation re
mains unchanged, and is the only form
in which this viUl element of healthy
blood can be sup; lied.
Public Sale. The undersigned will
offer at public sale, at Acadeiuia, ou
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. rti:s. ic. Ac. Saie to
commence at 1 o'clock P. M.
J. P. Sherman.
All subscribers ho are in arrear
one year or more, on the 6th day of
January next will be charged two dol
lars per year.
AS PER LEWISTOWN PAPERS.
About two weeks ago a stranger who
gave bis name as Jacob Breueman, call
ed several times upon tbe agent of Ad
ams Express Co., at Mattawana, in this
county, and inquired whether a pack
age of money bad arrived addressed to
him, and on U ivg informed that it bad
not, appeared to be very much disap
pointed, and thereupon sent a telegram
to Mr. W. C. Murray, at Elizabeth
town, Laocaster county, which in a day
or two brought tbe looked-for money,
$500. Upon call the package was de
livered to him, the agent of course sas
pecting nothing of foul play. Subse
quently, however, it was discovered
tl .t Murrav. who is a brother-in-law of
- - v '
Jacob Breneman, of Lewistowa, sup
posed if was bis relative who wanted
tbe money, and for that reason sent it ;
and that tbe stranger calling himself
Jacob Breneman was simply a rascal
A detective from Philadelphia has been
employed to work np the ease.
Rer. J. P. Long, of the MJroy
charge, bas awakened a great religions
interest In Allenville. Up to Friday
last SI converts bad been announced,
and 16 penitents were at tho altar.
On Thursday last Jacob and Samuel
Bupp and Geo. Womer were taken be
fore E?q. Orr, in Decatur township,
charged wi'h improper behavior during
public worship in Xemerling chapel on
Sunday, the 20th nit. In default of
bail tbey would have been brought to
tbe county jail, had not Constable Folk,
ou account of the illness of his wife,
helped them to beg off.
The colored people have a debating
The rector Rer. T. W. Martin, of
St. Mark's Episcopal Church, has re
signed the Rectorship f this Parish.
On Weduesday of last week Mrs.
Sarah Davis, wife of Edward Davis, of
McVeytowu, died in great agory, from
the effeots of a dose of arsenic, which
she bad taken a few days previous, to
end her life. She was ouly abott 20
years of age, and Lad been married but
about year. She was an estimable
woman, and her rash act is deplored by
a wide circle of friends and relatives.
She was a daughter of Thomas Coch
ran, of Wayne township.
The Tea Party on Tuesday night was
a decided success, everybody beiug de
lighted. It netted about $200 to tbe
Sheriff Muthersbaugh last week
brought here a man named Jos. George,
from near Ashland, Ohio, on a requisi
tion from the Govei nor, charged with
having stolen about $100 from Mr.
Weiser, residing above lielleville.
Several BMscliievoua boys, who are
getting a more than ordinary street ed
ucation, were arrested on Monday, at
the iustance of the school board, for
going into the old school building and
builditig a fire therein on Sunday last.
They were bound over to appear at
court. There are some others nightly
on the streets whose parents would do
well to look a'tcr them.
Joste, aged 6 ye-rs, Willie, aged 3
years, aud Mary, aged 10 months, chil
dren of CLristopiier Hutchinson, resi
ding on Third street, west of Brown,
were ft'llj enld-d on Tuesday,
by the upsetting of a tea kettlo off a
stove, filled with boiling water. Tbe
three were arouud tbe stove, and one of
tbem, in getting upon a bench behind
it, tilted the kettle. Mary, the young
est, was the most severely injured, her
lower liiubsand arms being badly scald
ed. Willie hid both hands anl Jesie
one hand scalded.
AS per bi.oomfiki.p papers.
Philip Keel, of Allen's Cove, Penn
township, this county, caught a she-wolf
in bis fox-trap on Tuesday night of lat
week. Her wclfthip broke way with
the trap on tbe approach of Mr. Keel,
when be shot and killed her. Th:s is
no doubt one of the wolves reported as
seen iu Rye towusbip last winter.
On Saturday a week about 15,000
California salmon, hatched for the gov
ernment by Dr. Stuck, at Bloomsburg,
New Jersey, were sent to Col. James
Worrell, of Ilarrisbnrg, and by him
placed in the Yellow Drecches and 1 o
nodnguinet Creeks in Cumberland
county, for the purpose of stocking
Our friends alonij the old Sherman's
Valley route are now certain of having
a railroad. We learn that men were
put to work last Monday to grale por
tions of the surveyed line, and we are
informed that tho work will be pushed
ahead as fast a possible The road
will st-iit at Marysville, striking Sher
man's creek near Shermandale, th.-nce
along the creek to Laudifburg and op
the valley above Germantowo, wLerj i
short tunnel through the mountains rill
allow them to emrge in Path Valley,
Franklin county. We hope the antici
pations of our up valley fnemls will be
fully realized during the coming sum
mer. AS PER HUNTINGDON PAPERS.
Our young townsman Aleck Miller,
was presented with a fine, bouncing, 12
pound boy, on Friday morning last and
is as bappy and proud as as a king.
Iu Harrisburg tbey fine tbe human
swine who spit tobacco juice on church
floors. In Huntingdon they should do
Dudley was the scene of a cowardly
assault Sabbath last. Charles Grots, a
blacksmith ou East Broad Top railroad
visited Dudley and while walking from
the latter place to Karne ttstown met
James Eagan, a quite inoffensive young
mau from tbe "back switches" and stab
bed bini iu tbe side with a large pock
et knife. Eagau escaped further in
jury by flight. Corstable Dalton
promptly arrested Grots, and took bim
before Esq. Canty, who committed him
for trial, aud he is now safe in Fort
Honck. Why tbe assault was made no
one knows. Grotz was perfectly sober
(and Eagan always h) when he commit
ted tbe deed, and yet expressed regret
that be had not killed his victim.
Tuesday afternoon last Mr. Daniel
Sorley, an aged farmer cf Penn town
ship, was found diad in the field by his
son-in-law Mr. M. Feyley. lie bad
complained of pain io bis heart at noon
and tbe family urged bim to stay tn tbe
house, but after a while he got bet'er
and went out to plow, while doing which
he gtew wore, sat down aud instantly
expired. His son-in-law in returning
from chopping wood discovcied tbe body
shcrtly after death. An inquest was
held oo the body, when a verdict of
death from beart disease was rendered.
Mr. Sorley was in his sixty-third year
was well known and highly respected.
The entertainment given io Uraji. ill's
Hail, last evening, by the free schools of
this borough is reported to bars been a
Rev. Mr. Pardoe was handsomely do
nated bv his congregation la-t evening.
1IAWK. STROCP On Sept. 2, 187S, by
Rev. B. M. Blackwe'.der, Mr. David Ilik,
of Patterson, and Miss Lirzia Stroup, of
LOWtU STOUFFER De. 16!h, by
Rev. T. J. Sherrard. Mr. John Lower, of
Huntingdon, aud Miss Sarah Stouffer, of
Hunlirgdon papers p!cae copy.
SIcMEEN Dec. 9th, ia Fayette town
ship, William McMeen, aged 78 years.
Mil TIN ASD PATTKS&. 31 IE VETS
Corrected weekly by the Mitttiu and Fatter
io u board ol Commerce.
MirrusTowa. Dec. 21, 1878.
Butter, prime rll. ...... ...... 80
Fggs, per doi 80
Vinegar, per qt.. 11)
Hams, lb 12
Shoulders l Sides 7
Lake flerrlng 4 50
Beeswax, per ib 25
Snap, drv 8
Wool, washed 65
Ceal Oil, pr gall 40
Salt per sack 22o
GR4I !! SESDS.
Corrected weekly by P. P. SuloufT jl Co
Wheat, $1 40
" new 30
Clovrseed 4 50
Timothy seed 2 61
Maxseed. 1 75
Potatoes 5 J
J. & II- A- Stauibauiru's Price Curreoi,
Corrected VVetkly, Dec. ii, 1S73-
Prime Koil Sutler svr pouud 30
Fi?, Per dozen- 30
Dried Apples per pound 6
Chickens, live " 8
Shoulder, " 10
t Sl LOil't' A. CO,
FORWARD AXD C0M3HSSI0.1
C E M E T,
jEVT BOOK ii. SHOE STORE
IN RESIDENCE, ON
CIIERK7 STREET, MIFFLIN TOWN,
The undersigned would respectfully an
nounce to the public Out hi lias opened a
Bo'-t and Shoe b tore at his residence on
Che-ry street, and keep on hand a large
and well eiecied stock of
READY-MADE WORK, for
MEN, WOMEN and CHILDREN.
He is alio prepared to manufacture, of
the best material, ail kinds of
BOOTS, SHOES AND GAITERS
for gents, ladies and chiltrt-n.
ALL WOBC WASaASTCO.
Give me a call, for I feu confident that I
can furnish you with any kind of work you
Q3U'pairicg done neatly and at reason
Junes, 18TS JOHN NORTH.
BCU! LUIinCR I
White Piue Shaved Shingles, Lap and
Sawed Shingles, Plastering Lath,
Pickets aud Diy Boards
For sale by
Milroy, Mifflin County, Pa.
n. C. ORTII,
310 MARKET STREET,
OIAXOS &. aOABl-VET "VUGAKS,
And all kinds of Hosical Iutrtimeuts.
This house bujs for cash ;
never cave a note, ana is, there
fore, enabled to offer induce-
ments to its patrons, r.mpiovs
no agents, and gives ail agents'
commissions to its customers
CIRCULARS SEXT FREE.
aep 5, 1873-1 y.
iprVTC wanted fbr our popn
Splendid assortment 1 Large sales ! Large
profits! Address IIAA5IX Sl uUBKKi.ni,
Empire Map and Chirt Establibbment, 1U7
Liberty bt., I ew Xorit.
J. & II. A. STAMBAUGH
HAVE EM0YID THEIE IMMENSE
TO THE NEtt' ROOMS OF
D. P. SULOUFF tfc CO. anil C. D.
OK BRIDGE STREET.
GREAT REDUCTION IX THE PRICES OF
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS.
IF YOU WANT
A i Y T II I Tl G
THAT CAN BE PURCHASED
AT A BOOT & SHOE STORE
AND THAT CAN BE HAD
A I the Lowest Prices
Call at the BOOT and SHOE STORE or
J. W. DEAN,
Crklge Street, Patteieon, Per.n'a.
HE CHISERFCLXiY INVITES IXSPKCTIOl.
Repairing Promptly lit ended to.
NEW CASH STORE
LOCUST GROVE, MILFORD TWP.,
One anl a half milei soirth.wett of Patterson.
THE siibcribtT would most repecttiit!v in'orm the public th it he has just opened a
Store at I he aVove pi.' e, hcre hf is rrt'p:ire I lonrppiy .11 who may tavor hi:n with
theirjaironajje w ilii ihc l it'-sland mst seli'l a-.-.r!:neat f
DRT GOODS, RROCKRTKS. QTT.rN J VA KE, TVOOD AD WIU.OX WARE, Oil.
CLOTHS, liOO'i'S i. ShvLS. Also, with a lud supply of
HOME-MADE GOODS, YARNS, &C,
All of which he orters to sell or exoh inge for ennntr piod-ice at
TIIK VERY F)AVIST PRICKy.
Much lwer, i:i f.v-t, than goods h:ive been sold within the county for many years.
lie will py the h:g:iest tnaiket price for Uocust I o.-ls, Raiiroai Ties and Wood,
either in csii or goods. "
1-ocust Grove, Acg. 8, 183-tf.
Is the place wlirre ou can buy
THIa BKST A.i Till! CUHAPIaVT
MENS' YOUTHS &
IUTS, C.1PS. BOOfS, iHOl-i,
WE are picpared to exhibit one ot the nmft
tills market, ar.3 at JSI UMslil.iLr LOW CRlCtCil
Also, measures taken for suits aud parts ol suits, which will be made to order
at short notice, very r asonable.
Remember the place, iu Huffman's
Water s'reets, MIFFL.IXTO WN, PA.
waar to xveabjuio
Just stop into SAMUEL STRATEK'S CLOTIUXO STOKE. Bridv street, 1'atterson'
ra., ai a be will
Having just retnrncd from Philadelphia
Latest aud Choicest Styles tf
Coats, Panls, Vests, Mats, Caps, Boots and
nishing Goods in endless vsri--ty, t"rp-t,
the cbeapest, lor tho saiue quality ot goods.
Measures Taken and
Falterson, May IS, 1873
AMERICAX C KM'EXXIAL-
AT THE CANAL STOKE, MEXICO,
Keeps constantly on hand and for sale at a
small profit, a well selected assortment o.
FISH, SALT, PLASTER.
Also, FLOCK and all kinds of PKO VISION
and MILL FEED.
TOP PRICES paid for Country Prodnoe
and ail kinds cfGKAIX, particularly for
choice lots of wheat.
Mexico, Pa., May 6, 1873-6m.
A(Itulnltlrat0rs'' "sot Ice.
Estate of Geurgs file, dettottd
"jYrtlfICK is hereby givei th it I., tter of
Admi.'tutntion rum trstvmtn.'o anvrxo
on the estate of George Pile, Ute ot Delt
waro townsni.dcce.tso.1, h ive been gmrte-1
t the unie signed. All pe sons indebted
to sail est-te are requested to make im
medi ite payment, and those h nini cliirras
will please present tiieoi duly authenticated
S. G. DKE-SST.ER,
Oct 22-6 w Jdminittraiort.
fOTV i!adt RpiMy with Stencil &
JlVxlLiI Key Check Ou.flta. Cat
Ingaes and fu'l particnlars KkEE S. AI
Srt.vcra, 117 lianover St., Boston.
.3DVER T1SE.VE.V1 S.
BOYS i LOTHING
.iyD FLR.1SU!S; GOODS.
hoii e ai d ."trot snx lis c-.er ofljre i in
Nt W Buildinp, corner of Bridge and
.nay St, 1H.3-U
how to vm it.
leu ou ail about it.
and New Tork, hu ran snao'v vou wiili
Sh rs. Watches and J?wvl, v, S l:in. F' r
Floo - Oil ll.dli, K:iruiiure. i.c , cnafL-i -tts::
Call m and bo convin:et
buits Made to Order.
BIG HUX FOR
An agency for the Xevr nier'cn Seii.g
Machine has Iwen establishe d in 'Iifl-'ntwo
under the m.!taR-nt of Mcjis J ,nc, !
herjcT a!l J. W". rie'.i. Per-.'s .- '; i
ivn to Ii'.iV tii- its.;.Vsr, ie.i,i durt'jie, light
est rU"oii:., ni'-st noiseie-s, s-id, neciuse ol
thi-se qu.i!i!ies. th-j chu .ijTcJii Maehme, sh"u! I
bel"ie rureliAsing eNewiier.- see the Ameri
can. The to ;..i(ins aie exceedingly situplj,
and miliKe any other Machine; shutt e
requires no threading. Soid by le -iso, not-,
ca-h arid on tersis to suit any purchaser.
o:Kcat tt'ill's Hotel. Sep 2i, lb73-3ru.
JX S T A N TA X E L" S HELIKF L SI'IXD,
kfFKfcSHIX.; i,LEti' bUAKAN-
et rsixi; -jv
LSSfAM ELLlEF F0KTMK ASTHMA,
It acta tnst nslc, n o- ,;!; U-e piroivsiu
immediately, and ror.'.iiir!; the p'irient tolie
down an'l sleep. sml-ed S n this dis
ease twelve )vars, but scifer no more, and
worK and sietp , v,li as ahy rie. War.
ruiU-tl tu relii itf iu the worst ;a.ie. Sent
h ni ol on rw;ei(.i vi pries, ono dollar per
lm ; ai your Lrux. -t ir ,t.
t'llAKLLS b. HURST
Kix he.tvr, Beaver Co. Ta.
Feb. il, 1873-:
4 LL H-rir.!. re hereby cauiimied
sgHinkt hunting or otherwise trvrpaa
snig no the lands id the nndersigned in
Walker tovn,liip. All persons i.fferul
in will bs- drnlt wi:h to ihe full cl em
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