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KESTKEL & REPUBLICAN
Tfdneday. fc-Wy 11, 18T.
fEXK'A. E. 1LTIME TABLE.
Fassenger bain leave Mifflin Station as
pbiait'!' EPresS 1 ta
j,r't .me, 8 20 a IU.
n"mrs Accommi)., 11 28 am.
6 12 pm.
fif-ilie Kxprea, 10 13 am.
;;ncinr.ati'Kxpresv 8 .0 p ru.
ritfcnrg Express, 1 20 a m.
Cittf-mcati Express, I S im.
rnnc, C 00 a in.
Wav Passenger, 10 U4 a m.
VsiL 3 SH p m.
ja? I.ini", 6 33 p m.
Jlifflin, Not 2, 1873.
Next Tuesday Vill be election day.
fMgVnr a Vcn much indulged !n
tiuce the "late "snow-fall.
An interesting railroad wieeting was held
in the Court House on Friday evening.
The Iticheubach mansion farm one-half j
mile east of Mexico, hfcs bCen bought by
Daui Si.ber fbr $11,000.
Twenty-nine hundred dollars' worth of
Cor.rt House bonds were bought last week
The taking down of the Court rtoase ha ;
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Patterson, for $4W.
Franklin county is reported as having
six Granges of the Patrons of Ilua
laadry." There was a wreck of freight cars at
TlM.nmctontown a ff flr divs a-rn caused bv a
n. glccted or Wen j
The weather report lrom Fayette is m
too email a handwrite to be f service. j
Give a larger band next time.
The genuine Signor Unix was la town ex- j
Mbi'irg hi? art on Ia--t Sitnrday and Satur
rt iv evuinj, accordit:g to announcement.
Fi;ty--iglit bids wer handed to the Com
missioners for the taking down of the conrt
t itisc- The highest was $1375.00
When you f"nd rourself in neet or a soap
for the Toilet, the Bath, a soap ihat is sy.it.
'. xbc and healthy, that ii good lor Cntckod
or Cl apped Hand, Freh Cuts or Wounds
a:d DiM'ases ef thealp and Skin, anu Is
t,ioa fcliavinf fcoap, go me nii.ee
i' tu inv x Lilian
Hnl:ug or I'ine Tar Soap.'
An exchange gives the following test j
of the parity or ioir urity cf molasses: !
Put a ypooutul of the molasses in a cup j
of tea. If the syntp is pure it will ;
deercu the color of the tea but slithtly ; !
but if the drugs are in it, it will turn 1
Tle JfBiVfT was too modest to sav
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There is auothtr standing local j
that w have missed something about j
a black cat in a dark cellar at mid- j
Uriow it nut tiei'-hbor and
'c c '
afraid. It'3 not dry, ouly
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An r:iiincnt divine say. "I have bten j
Ti-ii g .:e Peruvian Syrup. It gives J
l:ie n -w vigor, buoyancy of spirits, elas
tiviry of muscle." SeA W. Fowle &
lSoi,, I'.iston, will send, free, a pauiph-1-t
of 32 psgs, containirg a full ae
count of this remuikable inedii'ine, to
'any one sending him their address.'
11 , t. i- mnnitnif '.,.r limit
Os Monday morning a .armer living .
bout a mile below
3iOKir Hie raiiroi'd aiuout uuiv ww 1
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Lewistown, was run over by the Pacific
It is the sii "old ftorv"!
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- ir vi Eiiti nn ini ra.iirrmu ana iua i- i
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t.nliou drawn to a train approaching oil
another tr--l, while one comes up be
hind on the track on which the victim
Mr. Li"CitN Doty met witli a singu
lar accident last Sunday while attend
ing the funeral of Mr. Simon 1moiu.
His hrfrse became restive arid backed.
The rear end ot a runner of the sleigh
came in contact with a stuoe solidly im
bedded in the .-round, or with rough
bard froien ground, which broaght tt to
a sudden stop or bait, and caused it to
rear where the shafts are fastened, to
F'jcli a drfgree that the occupams of the
f leigh, Mr. Poly aud bis wife and Miss
Joty, fell out backwards into the snow.
It is a source of congratulation tbat no
' .tie was hurt, and that tio breakage of our yM gcbool Entertainment, may
the sicigh or harness tookjdace. j fenow Ut done with ,he jiroceedH
Thk Roister, siuce the adoption of j thereof, I subuit the following state
the new Couetitution, is constitutionally nent
orposed to the ground hog. It says it I
is nut a constitutional pig. It is hoped
that the constitution of the pig is not!
thereby impaired. If it is possible fur!
it to entertain a prospective view of the
fuiur.-, it no doubt is now indulging-
notwithstanding the Rf'tstcr and its
thru! iu pleasant anticipations of an
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irly spring that will revivify old
constitution. The pig, while it has no
a grunt or a squeal, by its
iaims a renewed constitution
once every year. It is in fact the most
f rouiiuent constitutional animal living.
Come, neighbor, you should take back
wbat yon said about the constitutional
ity of the pig, anj give it the recogni
tion that it is entitled to. It has been
your annual favorite for twenty years,
and to thus dismiss it isn't nice, partic- !
TilarJy ia a miftkke. If it were not fur
the mistake possibly the pig would not
REPORT OF EAST SALEM SCHOOL.
For luonlh ending Feb. 2, 1874.
Whole So. in attendance during menth, 61
Average attendance.................. M
B. F. Barley, C!vin Smitti, Geo. Dar
ner, John Hart, John 11. Oliver, Wm. F.
Oliver, Jo. K. Oliver, Haines Shaffer, Wiu.
J. Auman, Bictor II. Auman, Philo II.
tYarncr, Arthur M. Fulton, Jainea S. Ful
ton, Lewis L. Leach, Orville Thompson,
Geo. Fiukenbinder, Ira A. Winey, John A.
Kinzer, Jos. K. Ilarner, Lewis II. Hanbert,
James A. Ilarner, Mary E. Harley, Laura
F. Shelly, IdaC. Shelly, Catharine Brandt
hoffer, Juniata J. Leach, Ada M. Leach,
Lydia A. Fulton, Sarah B. Pyfer, Emma J.
Shelly, Mary E. Ouyer, an- Joanna Guyer
were present every day.
H. S. Basow. Teacher.
About 11 o'clock on Saturday biht
an engineer of a freight train eastward
bound, at Lia train neared the upper
end of the Patterson yard, saw what be
supposed wts the body of m man lying
between the rails of the track on which
his train was running. He was too
nrar to the object to stop the train, and
thirty cart pasted ovar it. On lis ar
rival at the station he informed em
ployes of the road of bis worst fears.
As soon as possible tbry hastened to
the spot designated, and there the sad
spectacle of the mangled body of
man met arid increased their trembling
expectation. An inquest was held over
the body on Sunday. From the fact
that on bis person was found a railroad
ticket from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, to
New York, and a check No. 195 for
a trunk to the same place, a verdict
was reached that he caaie to Lis death
hjr falling from Cincinnati Kipre?s, due
at 8:50 P. M. The trunk has been de
spatched for, and when it arrives the
iavestigcti.ro will be further continued,
so that bis identity, if possible, nwy 1e i
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reached, and his friends luformed of
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Ibere was also an lrrecular.y kept!
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bis name is or was M. V. Paulson, aged
about 23 years, and tbat be was origi-
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nauy iroui xiamourg, uermanv. the
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the picture of a father and mother aged, I
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probably, CO years, taken at Hamburg,
GvrnianJ' on' t,,e P'Cture or a young
", taken at Sacbovgsn, Wisconsin;
one, a mother with two children on her
lap, taken at the same place ; one, a
husband and wife aud child, taken at
c-truit, Michigan, and one the picture ,
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of ayounj; lady, possibly a sister; the I
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place at which it wis taxen is not men-
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tioned on the back. Ihs pocket-book ,
coutamed Tfii.ii'J m money, aud to
3 cent postage rtamps. His height was
5 feet 9 inches, and bis complexion
Anglo-Saxon, commonly called Sandy. !
On Monday he was buried in the Union
Perrvsviu.e, Feb. 1, 1874.
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r. Editor: Tuc local Institute '
announced by the County Superinten- j
deut fur this place convened on Satur j
day mi ming, January 31st, and held a j
foreno. n aud afternoon session. It i
.-pened with prayer by Itev. SLindle, !
aud n.usic, . .Murmur Not -My Soul," by J
'he Perrysville aoh.K.Is.
It was con-
M.I.rtMl iiiexr.rdiciit t? bold nit'lit ses-
"s on account ol the deep interest
manifested iu religion at the three
places of worship in the town. Though !
j but two sessions were held, twenty-two !
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; active school teachers were in attend-
arrce. Prof. David Wilson rendered '
Lis usual amount of valuable aid, as )
did also Profs. T. D. Uarman,' Samuel
Siieliey, formerly active teachers in the
county, and i'rof. Winficld Wilson, of
Vi.tu. &jflmr I'ht. most inter-
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eatin? ana attractive discussion wss 011 i
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'Style iu Teachii!g," by J. Warreu I
i Piett, aud continued by tb b:gget j
guu" fresco t. Many gotd ideas for
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i1n the list of discussions.
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gan, was r.giu io .ur ro.v. i,u,u , cnrilfjjcr ,nd straw, reaper,
was added to the occasion by having ! cn rIan(cr wn?f.ns nd
the programme interfered with appro- j farmiiig atelsis gale 10 0,clock
priate music furnished bv the pupils of i
the place. For this D. E. K.bi,o, j Grge Ileik-s will sell at public
County Superintendent, thanked them I !e. at residence in Milford town
very kiudly. At least four of the bor- j "Li?. on Feb- 25tb. fil ""' 1 colf.
ougb directors were in attendance, and; i yS cattle, 3 calves, 3 wagons,
nolle a resoeetable number of ladies. I threshing machine and other farming
On could not help seeing in this the
tact that the tiu.e for female directors
has arrived, and that they kuow it.
Gentlemen, to your post, or the ladies
will oust you. Everything considered,
it was a very lively aud pleasant edu
Is order that those, who'ratroniicd
Received as proceeds of entertain-
Paid for hall and light.
Paid for organ.
$ 7 2.1
paid for w iudow curtains and
. fixtures.... $16 fO
Paid lor hanging curtains 6 50
ia:,i fr ?ds bought at hard
ware store 3.0
PiaiH for riLtiiiti 2
yAxd tpi bought of S.St,
Faid lor express oa same.....
Besides this amount, our pupils have
contributed twelve dollars, with which
fine frames for four steel engravings of
Washington Lave been purchased. Now
it is hoped by all the schools, tbat pa
rents and fiicnds will come to see us,
not merely because we bave been orna
menting our school rooms, bat to en
courage u and judge for themselves
whether or not we are progressing.
In regard to the above report I
would say tbat any one wisbing to ex
amine this report more carefully is per
fectly welcome to do so, and will bave
every bill, here presented, itemized.
D. A. IIabuan.
Fivi Dollars Reward. Strayed
away from the subscriber on the night
of Feb. 5, 1874, a Shepherd Pup
bitch about five months old, white,
with yellow marks en ears, neck and
shoulders, with trap around neck.
Tbe above reward will be paid on re
covery of the pup, by the undersigned.
3t Near Oakland Mills.
Public Sale's. .
S. W. Kauffman will ell at bis resi
dent in Walker township, two miles
southeast of Oakland Mills, on Thurs
day, February I2tb, 1874, two mares,
3 bay horse colts three years old, 1 twj
year old colt, 1 yearling coh, 1 cow, 1
fat steer, 3 beef steers, or stock cattle,
1 fonr-borse wtgon and bed, 1 cook
tor. Also, at the same time aud
place, at private sale, 2 colts one year
old. Sale at 11 o'clock.
Epbraiui Rancels will sell at public
sale, at his residecce in Fayette town
ship, 1 mile east of MeAlisterville, on
February 16th, one extra line family
horse one good lead mole, 3 durhaui
caives, 8 Leicester and Southdown
sheep, 2 sows with pigs, and farming
implements. Sale at 10 o'clock.
S. C. Meyers will offer at public sale
at bts residence in Fayette township,
one mile west of McAlistervillc, on
Feb. ISth, two horses, one mare with
foal, i extra fine colts 3 years old, 3
good colts 2 years old, 1 full blood
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dtirham bull ea!f 1-4 ru
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cows J blood, 1 durha
mouths old, 2 dur-
in cow i blood,!
2 durham heifers i blood, wuh calf;
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2 durham lic.fers blood, 2 calve, G
iitmon Jiae hi- tlm tnn ii 'imt. thresh-
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I ing machine and other farming utensil.
Sale at 10 o'clock.
Mr. Meyers will also sell household
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property on the 4ih day of March
Jacob I. Weaver will offet at public
sale, at his residence in alker two.,
! 1 mile west of Mexico, on Feb. 19th,
three horses, 1 good driving mare, one
mare with foal, 1 good 3-year old colt,
1 cow, 1 heifer, 1 bull, 3 young cattle,
4 sheep. 2 wigons, sh-d, fanning mill,
mwA r t li n i. f. mi i n t imntonifililt
Sale at 10 o'clock,
The Administrators of the estate of Ja-
cob Thomas, Sr., diseased, will sell at the
Teaid.ni,l. o( saiJ jed, i Fer-
nianagh township, on Thursdsy, February
VJ, lt;t. three head of horses, 1 colt, - fir
'class mules 2 years old, 4 cows, 2 tresh, 0 ,
" -vo,in8 cu,tf' ,nals """'''" j
I tuggy, re.iperand many other farming uten-1
nils; also household furniture. Side at 10
Jacob thellcnbcrger will sell at his
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resiuencc in n aiaer wwnsnip, -3 mun
cast of Mexico, on Filday, February
20th, 1874, two mares with foal, ouc
horse, I three year old colt, 1 two year
old colt, 1 one year old colt, 3 cows, 1
calf, 2 shoats, 1 gram reaper, I buggy.
1 wagon, farming implements, 1 set of ;
limeburuer tools, also, a bne lot o. ,
a 1 1 1 . t
uin anu rrauium ih.uiiij. c-ic ,
Joseph Auker and Berjimin Moore
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will soil at the r silence of the former j
in Walker township, one mile berth of
t- t jo i. a
Mexico, ou Feb. 2-rd, o or 4 horses, .
cows, 4 youtlg cattle, aud a large lot of
farming utensils. Sale at 10 o clock. J
Mk-hiel Coldren will sell at his residence
at Van Wert, Walker township, on Feorn-'0'
,rv ?4. lSTI.thr.-e horses, lirarewiih foal.
2 yearling colts, 2 cows, 3 bead young eat-
He, 1 two-vear old bull, 1 thresher and sep-
aralor. n-apcr, waeoiis, and othLT I arming
uU.1I5.;ig. Sale at 10 o'clock.
...,.. Ki.cr ge on lLe ,arni
ot Aoraiiam LiUens, in ieiaware iowd-
Miip, oppow:e a nomii a ci.uou, u
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mares, i three year o:u cons, i year
,. C(i, j c 1 iarn;e fat bull, two
! fat steers, 1 Aldcrney bnll, 1 hnifcr,
Sale at 10 o'clock.
Daniel Kicketilacb will offer at pub
lic sale, at his residence in Walker
twp., oue half mile east of Mexico, on
Thursday, Feb. 2(3tb, two horses, two
mares, colts, 1 thorough-bred Dur
ham boll, 21 years o d , 1 York State
Durham heifer, 2 years old; 1 white
Durham bull, straight horns, 2 years
old ; 1 Durham calf, 6 months old; 2
frcih Cf.ws. 4 cows all coming into prof
it between this date and harvest ; four
head of young cattle, 11 head of sheep,
2 sows, tach i plgS 8 shoats, 1 Excel
sior combined reaper and mower, ar
ranged for three horset ; straw by the
ton, corufodder by the sheaf, 170 chest
nut rails, 40 locust posts, 100 chickens,
and a large lot of fanning utensils.
Sale at 10 o'clock.
J. S. Witmcr will sell at public sale,
at his residence in Fayette township,
on Feb. 2Ctb, two mares, one with fual,
1 horse, 4 colts, 5 milk cows, 6 young
cattle, lot of shoats, 1 sow with pigs,
1 reaper, threshing cachine, wagons,
and other farming utensils ; also house
hold furniture. Sale at 10 o'clock.
Henry II. Urubaker will sell at pub
lic sale, at his residence in Fayette
twp., one-half mile east of MeAlister
ville, on Feb. 27th, one horse, 1 mare
with foal, I driving marc, 1 bay brood
mare, 1 colt, 3 cr.ws, two being fresb,
1 durham cow with calf at her side, 1
Cotswold tuck, 1 Leicester buck, 23
head of sheep, three wagons aud other
farming implements. Sale at 10 o'clock.
Hrnry M. Stine and Samuel Stine,
Jr., Executors of the estate of Samuel
Stine, Sr., dee'd, will sell at public sale
at the late resideuce of said decedent
in Fermanagh township, on Tuesday,
Ftbruary 24th, Two good work horses,
4 cows, coming in profit, 3 bead yonng
cattle, 1 bull, 3 sheep, 5 shnwts, and a
large lot of farming utensils ; also, a
general assortment of household and
kitchen furniture. Sale at 10 o'clock.
Stephen Reno will sell at bis resi
dence iu Fermanagh township, on Tues
day, March 3rd, 1874, bis live stock
and farmiug implement.
D. A. Yoder will sell at publio sale,
at bis residence in Spruce Hill town
ship, on Wednesday. Match 4th, four
head of horses, 2 cowe, wagons, Tele
graph fodder cutter, grain drill and
other farmiug utensils, also a fine lot of
light Brahma fowls. Sale at 10 o'clock.
Jade Tyson will sell at public sale,
at bis residence on the Shuuian proper
ty, one mile northwest of Mexico, on
March 6th, five horses, 1 mare with
foal, 2 colts, 8 cows, 10 head of young
cattle, 2 York State bulls, 2 York State
heifers, 1 broed sow, 6 sboats, wagons,
reaper and other farming implements.
Sale at 10 o'clock.
J. L. Moore will sell on the B'.nck Rock
Farm, one-half mile south of Centre ebon h,
in Walker townhip, on Tuesday, llari-h
10, 1H74, Two or three horses, five head of
Durham and Aldcrney cattle, 1 top buggy,
1 Etgle Separator and power, 1 grain drill,
1 ruck and stump puller, and other farming
implements, potatoes, bacon, aud other ar
ticles. SIe at 10 o'clock.
Lewis Rauch will sell at pub'ic sale,
at his residence in Fermanagh town
ship, near Cuba Mill, on Wednesday.
March lltb, two fine young horses, 3
milk cows, lot of young cattle, 4 sheep,
2 sboats, 1 good two-horse wagon, new
llariisburg windmill, 1 good threshing
machine and horse power, 1 steel tooth
bay rake, aud other farming implements.
Sale at 10 o'clock.
E. S.. & Thus. Kumbcrgcr, Execu
tors of the estate of Peter Kuiuberger,
deceased, will sell at publio sale, at the
I late residence of sard decedent, ia
Greenwood towaship, one mile east of
the Seven Star Tavern, ou TLnrsday,
March 12th, one horse, two cows, five
hog, 1 mower, 1 fodder cutter, 1 corn
shelter, anl other farming utensils, also
household furniture. Sale at 10 o'clock
Attention! Jcmata Scouts!
You are beteby ordered to parade at
Johnstown, on Saturday, February 28,
! i7l, instead of the 21st. A full at-
tendance is requciteJ, as Lus'tuess of
great importance to the Company re-
quires a full vote. lSy order or
J. K. KOUISON,
Matthew RoriERS, O. S.
BELL On the Sthist , in Fermanagh
township, Mrs. Bell, wifn of Samuel Bell,
aged about 3 j years.
BASOM-On the morning of the 6th in
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ana camf ro flinim Jan. , lie wjs
for manv years a conaitent mwuber of the
Methodist Church, in which he long offi.-ia--
, ted as a class-Ie.id. r. and was always in the
(van iu all undertakings lor its advance-
lie di-.-d otter a long illness, but re'
joiced in the blessed assurance or happy
future in tlie u:is-eii world. He was fikmI
,.ia wLuv. tAilU lWm WM U(j Uu(,
STAMBAUGII At Hot Springs.
Sjnt B.rhara, California, January 10, 1371,
chronic h.lUmatkn of the brain, Jacob
Staiiituugu, agea 4J years, monius anu
Mr. Stambaugh was a representative of a
business class that owe nothing to accident
or circumstances, and became a business
celebrity am ..ng us by honest effort an l ap
plication of business talent. AVe cannot
retrain from noticing the pivotal events of
his b.liincss life.
lie as born in P(rry comity, this State,
on the 4th of September, 1S1. In the
Spring of the yer MH he came to Milllin
town, a penniless youth, to clerk for Kobert
Barnard. His genial ways nude him a fa
vorite among customers at the store, and
his prompt attention and fidelity to ths in
terest of his employer awakened the heart
iest c. u.mcU'Ia'i'iu of the business com
munity and ail who hive the discernment
to discover merit among their fellow-men
Iu tne summer of lS.j'Ja chylera epidemic
that prevailed in Mifflin claimed Mr. Bar
nurd as a victim S'anilianjrh was immedi
ately offered a situation in .Mr. Hammond's!
store, ai'd as soon as tlio in.iii'igement of
the Uarnard estate permitted he went
In the Spring of 18-3 a co-partnership
was formed bet ween James M. Selh rs, hs'j.,
Dr. James Crawford aud himself, to w hom
Mr. Hammond otd his store, and the new
firm was launched under the mercauiiie
management of Stai.ibaugh, who hi 1 de
veli'ivd into a dii;:iitied nun, a skill: ul mer-
I chant, ftnd a dealer of hoiiett consummate
tact. ot long after the organization ot
this firm the health of Dr. Crawford became
impaired, and be withdrew from it. Mr
Jacob Suloiitf entered the firm in his place.
The business place of the firm having been
purchased by Mr. Joserh belt or J. a reiuo-
) val became necessary. The Crystal Palace
was erected and business o pened iu it by
Messrs. Sellers, Slambjugh aud Sulout on a
scale previous to that time uukuoua iu
this county, Mr. Stambaugh being the mas
ter spirit in the mercantile department.
The times were propitious, and with the
skill of a master, a fortune was amassed.
Coal oil sculations and fraudulent Com
panies ia that oleaginons fluid were at
lhat time holding bigh carnival. Citizens
of Juni'tta were attracted bv their glitter,
and many of them to-day can attest to the
unsound and ephemeral character of the
organizations of those days.
It can be no reflection on Mr. Stam
baugh' business sagacity to say that hw
was ensnared in the meshes ot a bogus con
cern, and lost the great bulk of hu hand
some forliii!-. Such being the case, he did
not pine over his loss, bat know ing bis intiat-j
abiiity for i .'ilimale business, he deter
mined to :.lrieve his misfortune iu the very
country the oil country the business ot
which had b -en so tearf ully perverted from
legitimate channels. He accordingly, iu
lSoi, sold his interest in the Crystal Palace
Store to Thomas J. Frow and Thomas U.
Parker, and went into the oil business in a
legitimate w-.y at Petroleum Centre, Ven
ango comity, Pa. There he became an ex
tensive oil roducer by boring tor oil, aud
also engaged in the transportation of oil
through pipes. His efforts were crow ned
with success. The business proved remu
nerative to a laige degree. It is true Mil
ttin was not his birthplace, but all that was
near and dear to him was centered here ;
and when gpod fortune again came to him
he returned, and the second time formed a
firm for mercantile pursuits in the new
Ciystal Palace building. This was in 171,
the firm being J. and U. A. Stambaugh aud
S. Y. Shelley.
The first alarming symptoms of failing
health manifested themselves in thaKpriug
of tbe year 1x72. The summer of 111' year
he spent in Minnesota tor his health. The
object sought there was not attained, for he
was there stricken with paralysis. After
suffering from its effects for a tim he was
restored to such a degree that be was able
to attend to business again.
In the eariv summer of 1878 he returned
to Mittlin. It was the last time he was ever
here alive. The firm here was then changed
by Mr. Shelley retiring. Leaving the whole
business management of tbe establishment
with his partner and brother, II. A. Stam
baugh, he felt in July, Ihi.'i, for M innesota.
Thence be wect to Colorado, and thence to
Califo-nia, where be died oa the Ibih day
of January, 1874, alter being roDbned to
his bed for several weeks. His brother,
H. A. Stambaugh, here, bad been- de
spatched to and apprised of his dangerous
illness, lie immediately started on the
long journey to visit him. He met with
AO delay eXcpUnnght hours, but did not
reach Santa Barbara nnlil after the-dMth
of his brother. The body was emtnlmed,
and the bereaved and mourning widow and
the grief stkfcea brother commenced
the lorg return to Pennsylvania with the
corpse. The body arrived here on Wed
nesday, the 4th iust., ml lay in-stato In
the residence of Mr. II. A. Stambaugh, on
Thursday. Many citiieds vUited the house
on '.bat day to take the last earthly look at
the remains of the young man they had
known long and with great respet, and by
their preseuce to expesa sympathy and con
dolence to th" bereaved family.
On Friday, the 6th inst. at 2 o'clock P.
M., amidst the raving of a piltiless anow
storm from tlte fast, all that was mort d of
Jacob Stamnaugh, attended bv a Urge con
course of citizens, was conveyed and con
signed to a grave in the Cemetery, south
east of town. He wax a most dutiful aon,
an cSectionate husband, and a kind brother
MIFFL1S AND IMTTEKSON MAHK17TS
Corwied weekly by the Mittlin and Patter
sou Hoard of Commerce.
MirvLiNTowx Frb.lt, 18T4.
Butter, prttne r-ll 30
Kyzs, per dox...... .... 30
V iuegar, per qt . . 10
Hams. 11)... 12
Shoulder k. Sides .. 7
Lake flerrlng 4 oO
8?eswax, per b...... ......... 2-5
Soap, drv. ............. ...... b
Candle .". 12
Wool, washed........ ........ bo
CBAI3 isa saans.
Corrected weekly by 11. P. Siiloufl".Ci
Wheat, Fultz and Lancaster Ked $1 i
Red .... 1 otl
Cn, old 5-i
" new 50
Clovtrseed ........ 4 76
Timothy seed 2 51.
Haxseed 1 75
Potatoes ...................... &!
I. i. II. k- MrtinhaugU's l'rires I'nrrent,
lornitcd Meekly, rl. 11, 1S7.
Prime Koll Sutter x.r pound...... 30
K'gs, per doreir. ...... .......... 30
Oried Apples per pouml 6-
Tallow " 8 -
Lard, .'. 8
Chickens, live " 8
NEW V03K OaV-BOOK
A Democratic Week'y. Established lSjrt.
It supports While Supremacy, j-iltlit-al ami
sici ii. Terms, i pt-r year. To clubi,
nine copies lor $3. Spjcimm copied free.
Address DAY-HOOK, 'ew York City.
The Vest Dollar Kontbiy.
5 to 15
a day made by can
vassing for this
in its 14th volume with
THE Y0SI.M1TE VALLEY,
1 1x20 inches, iu 17 OU Colors.
Magazine, onu year, with Mounted
M.i nine, one year, with Unmounted
Magazine, alone, one year,
Examine onr Clubbing and Premium Lists.
Two First-class Periodicals lor the price
of one. We solicit Exp-jrienceil Canvas
sers and others to send at once lor term
and Specimen Magjzine. Addroa
S. E. S KITES. Publisher,
41 Park Row, N. V.City, or Xewburgh,.V.Y.
Fourth Grand Gift Concert
roR THK BENKMT Or THS
PUDLIC LIU11AUY of KENTUCKY
DRAWI.VU MuFEUBKD TILL
31t OP 31 ARCH IN'KXT,
to coiun'ete the Kile of ticketeawl make a
12,0UC Cah Girtx will be dintrihiited by lot
among tue tK-Ret-Uoluvra.
LIST OF GIFTS:
One Oram! Caih Gilt
One (J rand ( ash Gilt
One Grand Ca-sh Gi!t ...... . ....
One Urtnd Cash Gilt ....... ....
One Grand Cah Gilt
1I Ca-li Gittx $I),XA.I e:u-h ..
S Cash Gilts 5,00(1 eaeh..
60 Caxh Gins l,iHK) eaeh..
SO Catdi G itu o I eaeh. .
I'M) Cx-li Gilts 4N) eaeb..
150 Cash Gilts :;00 earn..
2 i0 Cash GilU 1"0 each..
Ti: Cadi Gilts 100 each..
11, DUO Cash Gilts 60 each..
Total, 12,0K) Gifts, all Cash,
amounting to $1,500,000
E7" Tiie cow:ert aud ilistribution ol gilts
will pvritittly and nqnira.alU take pUcI
oa the don noir fixed, whether all the liekets
are sold or not, and the i VOOfiilts all oii.l
iu lroiKi tion to the number ot tiek:ta sold.
PRICE OF TICIiETS.
Whole tickets, $ 10 ; Halves, $i5 ; Tenths,
or each collooil, S3 f Eleven whole tickets
for $otl ; 2L'4 tickeU for $1000 ; 1 13 whole
licketa for i,OO0; 2-7 whole tickets for
SIO.okO. No discount on less than $ioo
worth of tickets.
ApIication for agencies and orders for
tickets should be addressed to
TIfO. E- Bit. 4.11 LETTE,
Agent I'ublic Library Ky., and Manager Gilt
Concert, Public Library Building, Louisr
vilic, Ky., or
TIIOS. II. II ITS &. CO ,
G09 liuoAKWAY. Kt York.
3 OOll n.'r duv ! Airbill wanted!
All classes of working jicople,
of either aex, youug or old, make more
money at work tor us in tueir spare mo
ments, or all the time, than at anything
else. Particulars free. Address G. Stis-
so & Co., Portland, Maine.
(So Tar used), tor outside work and in
side, instead of plaster. Felt Carpeting,
4.C. Send two 3-cent stamps for circular
and samples. C. J. FAY, Camden, X. J.
g to 9100 in Wall Street often
b-ads to a fortune. No risk.
32-page pamphlet for stamp.
Valextise Tiubeidce & Co., Baukers and
Brokers, ii'J Wall-st., N. Y.
PRICES OF TEETH !
Full rppcr or Lower Sotts as Lew as $i
No teeth allowed to leave the office on
le Die patient is satisfied.
Teeth rvmndeled and repaired.
Teeth filled to last for life.
Denial wo k done for persons without
them leaving their homes, if desired.
Toothache stopped in five minutes with
out extracting the tooth, at the Dental Of
fice nf G. L. Derb, established iu Mi.Hin
town in 1S00.
G. L. DERR,
Jan 24. 18721 Practical Dentist.
J. fc II. A. STAMBAUGII
HATE REMOVED THEIR DIMESSE
TO THE iNEW ROOMS OF
D. P. SULOUFF & CO. and C. B.
GREAT REDUCTION IN THE PRICES OF
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS fc CAPS.
IF YOU WANT
A ft Y T II 1 N tl
THAT CAN 1IC rt'UCHASED
AT A BOOT & SHOE STQBE
AND THAT CAN UK HAD
At the Lowest Prices
A Good Article,
Call at the UOOT and SHOE STOKK nf
J. W. DEAN,
Bridge Street, Pattei&uu, Pemi'a.
HU CHEERFULLY INVITES ISSPUCTIOX.r f
Repairing Iromplly Illcndcd to.
NEW CASH STORE
LOCUST GROVE, MILFORD TWP.,
One and a half miles soutb.Ave.at of Patterson.
r Illlr. fiiDrrnier woiim nioM rejw;inii!v
.1 Store m the aliove e, here he tfare I to supply all who HU) favor Ul.u a ith
their patronage with the l.it-tand mot reli-ct a.MMrtiiieut ol
DRY GOODS, KROrKRIES. OfEEXWAKE, WOOD ASP 'WlI.LOTr WAEE, OIL
CLOTHS, fcOOTS it SHOES. Also, ilh a lull aui'1y of
HOME-MADE GOODS, YARNS, &C,
AH of whk-h he otters to aell or exchange tor countr pioduee at
TH.I5 VRY t.oavkst bricks.
Mn-h lower, in fact, than goods have been xdil mitliin the ronntr for many rears.
I ie ill i-iy the higher market jrice for Vocust rosin, Kuiiroal Tii:s and Wowl,
either in cash or goods.
A. J. IIERTZLER.
Locust Grove, Ang. 8, 1873-tf.
D.W. Harley &Oo.'s
Is the pi ico where joa can Inj
THE HEST A?JD THE CHEAPEST
MENS' YOUTHS' & BOYS' CLOTHING
1I.1TS, C.1PS. BOOIS, SHOES, JiD ri RSISHIXG GOODS.
YE are piepared to exhibit one of the init choire anil st lect stinks crer offered in
this market, and at JSTOyiSHtSGLT LOW PRICES !
A No, measures taken for suits and
at short notice, very reasonable.
Kemeniber th plae, in Hoffman's
Water s 'reels, MlFFLIXTOn N, PA. (may , lS.o-tt
WHAT TO WEES AMD HOW TO WEAR IT
Just st pitto SAMUEL FTKAYEhVS CI.OTHl.VG STOKE. Bridge street, Patterson'
Pa., and he w ill tell )ou all about it.
Harinr just rellirtied from Philadelphia and New Y'or!;, h.- can cnpoly yon with the
Ln'est and Choicest Styles f
CLOTHING OF ALL KINDS,
Coats, Pants, Vesta. Itat.s, Cajit, Boots and Sboca, Watches and Jewelry, Notions, Tur
nisliing G'ods in endless vark-ir, Carix-t", Floor Oil flush, Fiiriuture. l.c, cheaper th-:".
the cheapest, for the same quality ol goods. Call iu and be coniiueud.
Mea-surea Takeu and Suits Male to Order.
Patterson, M:iy 16, 1S73 SaML'EL STKAYKR.
jEW DRl b STOKE.
BANKS & I1AMLIX,
(lld Post-Otliee Bniltiin,)
3Ialu Street, IifilintaiTn, Va
PRUCfS AND MED1CIXE.S,
CHEMICALS, DYE STIFF, PAINTS
OILS, VAKXlSt.ES. GLASS, PITT Y,
coALtiL, lamps, bi unkiw,
CHIMNEYS, B K L S 11 K S,
XOTI O X A ,
STATION K It V
LARGE VARIKEY OF
Selects-with prel can., and warranted
C7-Purest or WINES AND LIQUORS
for medical purposes.
rCTl'KtSJKiPTlONS cmponnd.-l with
ATTORNEY -AT -LAW,
.MIFFLINTOVN, PA. j
CT'Collecting aud Cotvcyaucinj prompt- ,
ly attended to.
Orrio On Bridge street, opposite the j
Court House Square. j
t . . - r t "m : '
A inuctraTwiiiiuvill f. uuemswur. 1. uius
ware, (ihasware. Cr'Ieryware, Cedar-
ware! &c, for aaleclK-pbv'
La-ge atock of Dry Good, at J. ft H. A
Stn-iiih's. Crrstal Palace.
iii'nrin iuc pn:j:iu irini ur ui jn- nuecui a
-arts of suits, which will be made to order j
New Buildirg, corner of PrMpe and
! Manhood: HowLost' How Eestored !
' Just rl!titl,tn i S.-iU I Enctlope. Price
! 6'iJr C cnts.
lat-tnre on the Nature. Trca'iuent and ,
: KaoiC ii t'lire o per!ii3tirrhea, or 3em:ml
ea!:nes, Inrolnnfa-y r.niissions, tfexui!
i Del-iiitv, autl Iirpt dimcr.Lr to Marri V rp" -
. erJIvt X.rv- n-s-, Consampti .n,
k-Kr nl Kits ; Jl.-nlal and I'hvsieal Inra-
pao'tv, rvsiil:inpr lrom S-ll AIium-. etc Bv
I KUBLKT J.CCLVKKWF1.L, M. Ix. Au.
i Ihor ot the G.-een 1J rt)k." tc.
The world-renowned anthor, in thu ad -
t mirabie Lecture, cieaily proves hoin his
! on eiperk-ace that lb awtul cwuscqueu-
ces il vif-Ab.i. uiay bei-llo. lually rcntov-
'cd mithout Bwdi.-ii.n-, and without d.u.e
' oils surgical oporaiions. botiKio&, Uislru -
jmeuts, n:i!s or co-diais, p..m!ii.g out a
im,Kter cnrcat.iiceeeruiii a:i-l elteclu .1
by huh . vjry mitl .T.:r, do matter what U is
conCi iou m iv b-. n. v eure hiuii. !f ch.-a.i lv.
,.riv,Hy tB.f radically. Thi .Lecture w,:i
Sent, and or seal, any u idn-v., i-i a
i plain envelope, on the receipt of two post -
age stamps. A Mitss the Publish. ,
CIIAS. J. C. KLINE . CO.
IS! Bowery, New York,
Post-Otfice Box -'9li.
THOMAS A. ELDER, M. D.,
Physician and Sortreon,
jut ruxTQ ir.v, rj.
OBice bonrs from 9 A. . to. X r. .. Of-
: . . . , . -
; m,n'? 'a"r resuieuce,
end of W ater street. ocl-J-tf
I r ...tb .f U...m.ilftrintliinilAV
n AHLEY i CO
Iron in the Blood
MAKES THE WEAK STR01
The Terwian Sirup, a Protect
ed Soiiition of the JrotojrUte of
Iron, is to combined ax to hav9
Vie character of an aliment, eta
easily digested and aasimilatetl
riA the blood as the simplest
food. Jt increases the tfuantitjt
cf Xature's Ow-n Vitalizing
Agent, Iron in the blood, ant
cures "a thousand Uls," simply
bif Toning up, Invigorating and)
Vitalizing the System, The en
riched and vitalised blood per
itteates every part of the body,
repairing damages and waste,
searching out morbid secre
tions, and 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, Dropsy, Chronic Diar-rhcr-a,
Boils, Xerrous Affections,
CbilU and Fevers, Humors,
loss ' of Constitutional Vlgror,
i Diseases of the Kidneys and
and all dlsea.ies originating in
a bad state of the Mood, or ac
companied by debility or a lour
state of the system, iieing fre
from Alcohol, in any form, its
1 energising effects are not fol
lowed by corresponding reac
tion, but are permanent, infu
sing strength, vigor, and tteuf
life into all parts of the system,
and building up an Iron Con
stitution. Thousands have been changed
by the use of this remedy, from
weak, sickly, suffering crea
tures, to strong, healthy, and
happy men and women; ami
inralids cannot reastmablyltes
Hate to give it a trial.
See that each bottle has PERU
VIAN SYRUP Mown in the glass,
SETH W. FOWLE L SONS, Proprietors,
Xo. 1 Milton Place, Boatoat.
Soli bv TacsoisTa iiiklii,
Brittle street, BifHIi tonn, Pa.
JOSEPH ULtfS ul I reKTiliillv invite
all who want tiOOll l'lln 1 (K, UAI'IIS
of themselves or th.;ir I'riciuls to give him
a call, aud be continued that thii U tha
place to get
Having prepared himself with t!ic BEST
INiTKl SIEXT. in the maila, and
L.1TFST IMPRO ITM E.
tlxat constitute a
First -Class Fhotograph Gallery,
he mvife ail hH frWrA !!! 'b public gn
er!ly to favor h::u wi'h tli.-ir pitrfoiage,
and they wi!l be acctw!ii'la''-1 with any
thing in the line ol Ph it-.e-r;iphy.
Pictures taki-n from Card to Lifj Size,
and Painted, it di'auvtl, i:i Oil or Water
Small riefiros copied aii eu!argel.
Old AmWotype or Daguerreotypes also
eopii-d aiitl e.ilur.d, uod (j.iint.il if desired.
A good seieriiou of Ftt.VMHS k-;pt on
hand at all times, aud chcajnr Ih-Ui ever.
Solid Walnut Fraui'-s,
Iniilation tYalnut Frillies,
liu t ttion Kisewoji K.aiurs,
Cabinet Imwri il Frames,
Picture Nails, Screw-ejes, C'rd and Tas
sel, Jto. :
Mifllintown, Jan. 7, 187t.
jEW rUKMTUKE STORE.
The undersigned would inform the public
that he has opened a
In the ooroiiyh ot Patterson, wheru li haa
KILBOUKN & GATES'
WaLiut Bc-Jrooni Sots,
ALL STVJ.ES OF UEDSTEADS,
MAIiHLE TOP BUREAUS,
.I 1RBLE TO I ST.4XDS,
Sofa, U:tne-sont nnd Common
Chair., Wash Stands,
Abo, a Large Lot of Carpets.
As I run s ear to Pjiindelprtiit weekly 1
am prepared to fill all orders tor furniture,
carpets, in person.
F. F. ROHM.
Oct 22, l7-tf
II. C. OUT II,
Cl- MARKET SiKKET,
H A It It I 8 B V It , PA.,
)tANOd . T1AlilNKT TVaaA"S,
j L V- J
;4a f J!ifal IustmMfuts.
j tiT.TTJ,"t,T' " f T Tl T
; & at I. luXl X -iAi. kJ
j TUtf luHVQ buY for CJtsh ;
1 J . . .
IlCVGr JJ' DOtC, flll'I IS, tnCrC-
, j; c ,.,,-1 to oiler itlduCtt-
. ' .
merits to its TVltrOllS. J.mplOV!
; nQ aent aa,J ;vt.s n a-cn.
to its customer
CIRCULARS SENT FREE.
SUUMAN KILLER, of JUlcrstown,
Perry county, tcudera his services to the
public as Auctioneer, anl ill attend
promptly to tbe cry'uis of aales at any poi.-1
the count j. (iive kuatacall.
Dcs a Is l7Z-'im.
TflYPV MaJ H"P"t 'lh e"1 -JlUa.il
Key Cbwk Oiitntn. Cata
lf ne and fn'-l 'porticiiiar, FKEK. S. M
Srawra, 117 llauover bt Boston.
Sublcnbe for the St-ntini-T k. KermMica.