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Altoona Evening Mirror (Newspaper) - June 15, 1874, Altoona, Pennsylvania Vol. . , pa., monday june 15. 1874. One cent. Harry Klep. Oko. Aker8. Slep amp Akers editors and proprietors. Office Corner eleventh Avenue mid tire re St j Altoona Blair county a. Our physicians. He a Row m. A. Physician and surgeon. Office on seventh Avenue Between Lith and 12th streets. 7 or. H. Weaver physician and surgeon offers his services to tile citizens of Altoona and Vicinity. Office no. 1613, eighth Avenue. Night Calls made at his residence 19th Street Between 7th and 8th avenues. . Lewis u. Beach physician and surgeon office first House above Lith Street. Makes a specially of chronic diseases Aud affections of the Eves and ears. Cancers and tutors successfully treated. Our dentists. Or. Mell Bentz . The Only graduate of dentistry in Altoona. Office vet laggards store Corner 13tli Street and 11 the Avenue. J ors. Camp amp Miller surgeon dentists. Dinini sters laughing Gas for extracting Teeth and Larau teos tile operation Safe Aud painless. No it tra charges for the Gas when artificial Teeth ire inserted. Teeth inserted on any desired base Foj id warranted to Render perfect satisfaction in All i ses. Teeth treated and filled in a most skillful ginner office Aud residence Cornel 14th Street id Lith Avenue second floor of prank Mcclain a Vav building. Isenberg dentist. Hio twelfth Street Altoona a. I of. Special mention Given to natural Teeth. Our Barbers. I c. E. Ormes Arber and hair dressing Saloon no. 10ho, 8th Avenue. 1-tf. Thos. Diggs a be la and Hairdresser 10th ave., below 12th St. 1-tf. James a. Allen Toniey barbe4r and hair Dresser no ill lbs eleventh ave. I of the latest hews. Great fire in Mifflin. Loss about $5,000. The origin of the fire. Full particulars of tin disaster. Special dispatch to the Mirror. A Are broke out about three of clock on sunday afternoon Iii the Liny mow of the stable of John right. The following Are the losses John Wright stable out House and Grain $1,000 mrs. Ash Walt s stable $500 Cornelius Mcclellan a stable $6001 or. Mcclellan a House and furniture were Alse damaged to the amount of $500 c. I. Bartley amp lumber $75 r. K. Barker s stable damaged to the amount of $100 n. E. Littlefield occupied or. Mcclellan a stable As a tin shop. He lost fifteen new stoves a Large lot of roofing tin and All his tools loss $1,000 there was no insurance on any of the property named. There an various opinions As to the origin of tin tire. Some attribute it to boys smoking on the Hay mow. And others to an incendiary. The tire was extinguished by procuring water at the Basin and by forming a Lim and passing buckets and by the most heroic efforts on the part of the citizens the furniture was All carried out of the dwelling of John Wright. C. Mcclellan s and John Yeakley s furniture Are badly abused. Their houses w Ere also damaged by water. Sparks were earned across main Street setting fire to the roofs of several houses and the roof of the Basin Bridge but was extinguished by men with water who had As a precautionary measure been previously stationed on the roofs. There was quite an excitement and tile two towns poured their inhabitants into the streets. A. I. B. Condensed news items. City directory. Mom Fain City no. 837, o. F., meets every tuesday evening at masonic Hall. Ii. V. Charles n. Go e. Applewite see. Logan Lodge no. 79. In. Of p., meets every saturday on Comer of 7th ave. Aud 13th St. Samuel Abrahims c. A t. Williams r. Of k. And seals. White Cross Lodge no. 334, meets every Friday evening on Lith ave., Between Lith Arni 12th its. B. Blain c. C. B. Ickes k. K. S. Altoona Temple of Honor no. 22, meets every Friday evening at Shannon shall East Corner Lith ave. And 14th St. Jacob a. Witmer w. C. G. John c. Boyles w. R. Crystal Spring social Temple no. 23, meets every saturday evening at Shannon shall East Corner Lith ave and 14th St. Sarah Caldwell s. P. T. William Ellue b. P. T. Hate Agnew s. In John c. Hoyles b. It. Mountain City Council no. Ids <�.�?T. A. M., meets every tuesday evening at Shannon s Hall East Corner Lith ave. Aud 14th St. S. K. Isett c w. B. Blake r. S. Rising Hun Circle no. 30, in u. Ii. F., of pa., meets every monday evening at Shannon shall East Corner Lith ave. And 14th St. John g. Kuhns c. John c. Boyles h. S. K. My Utic Castle no. 27, . K. Of meets every wednesday evening at Shannon shall East Comer Lith ave. And 14th St. Charles Fettinger s. K. C. George n. Anderson r. S. Social Friend cantle no. 63, meets every monday evening on Corner of 8th and Lith St. T. Dougherty s. K. C. Donally by s. Pennsylvania Central Railroad. On and after sunday. Mav 31st, 1874. Passenger trains will leave Altoona As follows eastward. Pacific express. Dav express. Mail. Cincinnati express. Fast line. Harrisburg accommodated. / w St Wah n. Pittsburgh exiles. Cincinnati by piss. Pacific. Way paaij11-. Fast Liue. To. Trains on hoi cd arrive it Armona 7.30 a. 2.00 and 7.15 a at 9.30 a. W., and 2.45 Aud 7.40 in m. Hotel arrivals. Brant hoi the. S i Killian Ohio j i wat Haas Philadelphia w Morrow Pittsburgh aug. Lambert Johnstown c Kellerman City Harry Caulley City Samuel Fritz Philadelphia. Logan Hoise. I. Geo we in Philadelphia a Mea later Philadelphia w c Moore do Oscar la Graham a to John j of Reilly do Charles a Blake do p j Mullin do t j Donahue do j m Jenks do. It. Charles hotel. W tatter Philadelphia m j Mccann Pittsburgh i d Homer Pittsburgh c Ashbrook Philadelphia j i Owens Pittsburgh Gen w Brooks Pittsburgh c w Shelley Newberrytown a a. Delta House. I j d Henderson Ebensburg c Mussel Man ii co., Duncansville w j Smith Huntingdon John major Pittsburgh s e Steward a daughter Union Furnace Aaron Neff Spruce Creek j e Noble Bells Mills j o Johnson Ann Arbor Michigan. Have you seen the new a Victory machine1 tin most inexperienced can oper ate and regulate it. The a a Victory sewing machine has much to recommend it to the Public in its great simplicity both in construction and operation. It runs Light with but Little noise and boing adjustable in All its parts with less pieces than any shuttle machine offered to the people. The Needle Wing self setting la much perplexity and trouble usual to beginners or inexperienced operators is avoided. It is not so Well known As it should be that there has been within the past Lew years numerous and important improvements in the sewing machines which four years were the most perfect in the world but arc now very far behind those which were then not known. One of which is now the cd Victor a 7.30 a. 11.28 a. A. 2.45 5.50 12.01 a. A soft a. I. 4.20 a. Jul. 5.15 a. 9.20 a. V. 2.20 Is. 7.40 9.50 Ii. R. Smith having amp hair dressing a Lour 1207 9th ave., 4 doors above Green Corner. Always prepared to do work neatly Aud promptly. Of. A it of a Park Square Galli Opolis Ohio tas the. Foh Yohe / circulars. Ott Alexander Jarber and hair Dresser 1114 eleventh Avenue. Gutting and dressing children a hair a specially. La work neatly Aud promptly executed. 1-tf. T. R. Mcclellan watchmaker dodgers \ a Webler and dealer in Sical instruments. Fahd eat an Promp a attended to. Tot ave., Altoona a. A president Orient and other dignitaries Are at Cape May. \ a Snow commenced falling at Manton Michigan yesterday and continued for some time. A the members of both houses of Congress Are beginning to talk of prolonging the session of that body. A governor Kellogg of Louisiana left for Washington on saturday evening on state business connected principally with the overflow and levee. He will visit new York in connection with the Railroad Antei is of the state. A 1 scene of a Graim lir play of fireworks balloons mottoes with&c., saturday evening by the anti or ambition party. Tin prohibitionists at the Dante time held a meet ing Ani coloured a Kotrch in the third Ward where the election for councilman on monday will he a dose contest a Rev James Miller me Kim the Well know ii anti slavery Pioneer and for Twenty a a live years corresponding Secretary of the Pennsylvania anti slavery society died yesterday morning at Orange. N. J., aged Sij a four. Edward Mullen is matched to beat Ithan s walk it on Hundred and fifteen >8 in Twenty four hours and to make Ive Hundred Miles Insi Days. Restarted at noon to Day. A a flood to Prattville Greece county a. U new York has carried away houses barns j i h a m i to of a etc., and caused the death of at least one Llu person. Bidding Lair to outstrip its competitors Aud come Oil victorious. It is important therefore for every purchaser of a sew fag Al Chiue to of amino thoroughly and test All before buying for the Best is the cheapest. Wherever introduced the a a Victory has met with Universal favor it being made of the finest material Aud of Tho most perfect finish. No pains or expense is spared to make the Muhi ties. All its Points fitted to meet the wants of every family. Experienced agents wanted Quot to introduce this machine in Blair Bedford Aud Clearfield counties to whom the most Liberal inducements will be offered. Apply to w. A. Rod amp ers l2w Altoona past i Vav g Bojde at very Low prices at till City Bazaar Carus. The choicest assortment of Low priced dress Good in this Market at Price. From 12j/2 to 25 cents be Yard. Hime Keally Good bargains. Medium priced dress goods. In mohair alpacas Jap silk wrap goods do Blick go by mixtures Percale linens suiting from 25 to 50 cents Aud at Price much lower that Ever. And every variety be Job printing co to Hernan i silk Ami Wool la Len Ani Cotton and woo grenadines striped and Plain. Batiste Linen striped and Plain suits polonaises Sun umbrellas. New Good opening every Daj Lowder amp steely. A to. W parasols an
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