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THE COLUMBIAN .AND DEMOCRAT; BLOOMSBUKG, COLUMBIA oWtWpa:
Continued from tlpagt
Lawrmcli Samuel, Aumt 30, I8fil, tlleil
December 30, ISO J, burled In National
Cemetery City Point Virginia, section
0, division 8, grave 33.
Miller Henry, September.!, ISO 1, muttered
out Aluy 31, 18C5.
Mills Ja'mei 11, September 1, 1801, mustered
out May 31, 18G3.
Maury Daniel, August 31, 1S01, mustered
out May 31, 1805.
Manning Robert, September 2, 180J, mus
tered out May 31, 1803.
Marteeny Henry, September 1, 1801, died at
City Point, Virginia, January 2:), 1805.
McCommnns Peter, September 1, 1801, Blus
tered out May 31, 1885.
Mcllrlda William U, September 1, 1801,
iftttcrd out May 31, 1805.
Urmsby William .A, September 1, 1801,
mustered out May 31, 1865.
Pealer Jacob M, September 2, 1801, muster
ed out May 31, 1805.
Pealer Samuel J; Au;;tut 31, 1803, discharg
ed by general order M.irch 12, 1805.
Potter Oustavus A, September D, 1S01, mus
tered out May 31, 1S05.
I'arVs Andrew 11, September !), 18(51, mus
tered out M.iy 31, 1S05.
Peiler George, September J, 1831, mustered
out May 31, 1S05.
Palmer Uriah, September 2, 1801, mustered
out May 31, 1805.
Pursel Robert, September 9, IjOl, mustered
out May 31, 1805.
Rupert Mellaril, S-ptember 1, .ISO 1, mus
tered out Miy 31, 1805.
Itoyer William, August 31, 1S01, mustered
out May 31, 1805.
llobblns James 1, Auust2r, 1S01, mustered
out May 31, 1805
R.intz Philip, September 2, 1801, died at
City Point, Virginia, January 18, 1S05.
Schuyler Lewis II, September 2, 1801, mut
tered out May 31, 1S05.
Stewart Edward, September 1, 1801, muster
ed out May 31, 1805.
Segar William, September 1, 1801, mustered
out May 31, 1S05.
Shutt Henry, September 0, 1801, mustered
out May 31, 1805.
Shaffer John, September 0, 1801, mustered
out May 31, 1805.
Sllfe Lepo, August 30, 1801, mustered out
May 31, 1805.
Sharp John, September 12, 1801, mustered
out May 31, 1805.
Stadden Joseph H, September 1, 1805, dis
charged by special order April 3, 1805.
Smith Loomis II, September 2, 1SG1, desert
ed September?, 1801.
Thomas William, September 9, 1801, died at
Alexandria, Virginia, April 20, of
wounds received at Petersburg, April
Unangst William H, September 2, 1804,
mustered out May 31, 1805.
Unangst Abraham, September 2, 1801,
wounded at Fort Steadman, Virginia,
March 25, 1SG5, discharged by general
order June 24, 1805.
Vanover Samuel, September 9, 1864, mus
tered out May 31, 1805.'
Warner John B, September 9, 1804, mus
tered out May 31, 1805.
Wenner Thomas, September 9, 1804, wound
ed at Fort Steadman, Virginia, Marcli
25, 1865, discharged by general order
June 19, 1865.
Whitmire Amos, September 9, 1804, mus
tered out May 31, 1805.
Weaver Samuel A, August 31, 1804, wound
ed at Fort Steadman, Virginia, March
25, 1805, discharged by general order
June 20, 1805.
Yocum Miles S, September 9, 1801, mustered
out May 31, 1865.
Yinger George, September 1, 1S01, mustered
out May 31, 1805.
The Regiment was organized at Camp
Curtln, September 10, 1801. It was then
sent to the front and was engaged in fatigue
and picket duty, seeing some service, how
ever. On the 25th .March, 1865, occurred
the battle at Fort Steadman, in which the
regiment behaved very gallantly. On the
2nd April Fort Sedgwick- was captured niter
a severe contest. Engaged thereafter in
railway work, to Nottoway Court House,
where it remained till April 20th. Thence
to City Point, thence to Alexandria, where
It went into camp, and ou May 31, 1805,
was mustered out.
On the nineteenth of last month, Sam
could and would have testified, from infor
mation and belief, that he was "eighteen
ycaha ol,' gwine on nine j" but on the morn
ing of the twentieth, that interesting infant
of color was informed by his mother that he
was "nineyeahs ol', gwine on ten.
"Iloo-e" he cried, "whut a pow'ful
while I inus' ha' slep' I Or else I grovts wusa
ah' datarJonu's gourd you tol' me 'bout,
whut wuz only u teenchj leetlo simblin at
night, and got big as de hen-house afore
morniu early tun up. Uml hey I look
heab, mammy, is I skipped any Christmuss
esf" "'o, chile," replied hU mother; "you
aint skipped nullin. DU U yo' buirday;
de 'feels ob which I", dat it's Ues so many
ycahs sence you wuz fust homed. I don't
know how't '11 be, Sam, folks is sim'lar to
de cocoa-grast, whut grows up mighty peart,
tell 'long come somebody widn hoe to slosh
it down, but ef you libs long enough, an'
nutlin happen, you'll- keep ou habbin a
buff-day cbry yeah wunst a yeah till you
dies. An' cbry time ygu has one, bqu, you'll
be one yeah older."
"Fine way to get gray-headed," said
At Ibis moment a mighty crash rebounded
from the kitchen, down stairs, and Aunt
PhiUis descended the steps with great pre
cipitation. Then Sam beard her shouting,
"You, Iiosel Oh, you bettab git, you
mean ole no-'count rascal I I do 'cpUe a
Sam went on with his toilet, musing, the
while, upon the probability of his ever get
ting to be as old as Uncle "Afriklu Tom
my," who was ih'e natilarch of tho t.lantn.
lation, and iopularlv fcUlmoaetl tn lift "rliiM
onto" two hundred yiars of age; aud who
" won io aver mat when lie arrived in
that part of the country, wheu ho was a
boy, the tqulrrrls all had two tails apiece,
'"o Jii.8ia.ippi juver was such a small
stream that people bridged It. on oceanlnn.
with a lencc-rail. Thus meditating upou
me glorious possibilities of his future, Sam
got ready for breakfast, anl went down. It
was not unlil ho lad absorbed an enormous
quantity oi frUd pickled-pork and hot com
cakes, and dually with reluctance ceased to
tt, that his mother told him what had
cauted lLo noise a little while before, how
old hue, the fox-hound, had with felonious
Intent come into (he kltihen, and surrepti
tiously ".upped up" tho chlikeu-fcoup that
had been prepared for Sam's birthday break
fast; aud further, how tho said delinquent
had added insult to injury.by contemptuous
ly smashing the bowl he bad tmplled.
Sam, however, was too true a philosopher
to cry Jong over sjiilt milk or soup, lie
reflecled'lbat the breakfast ho bad Just tak
en would prevented eating any soup, even
If ho bad It. "I ln't Injyrubber," ntlil he
to himself, with which beautiful and happy
thought his frown win superseded by a
smile, the smile developed Into his normal
grin, ninl ho began to chant an appropriate
stanza from one of his favorite lyrics
"O-o o-old Undo John I
A n-a-amit Sally Goodln I
When you got onough enrn-bred
It's dea as good as puddin'."
The excellent Aunt Plilllis was much af
fected by this na.lnt-.lte conduct on tho part
of her son. Sho sighed! fearing that the
boy wss too good to live.
"NemmInd,Sam," said she; "you needn't
tote no wood to-day, or fotch no water, or
do nufTin. Go down to de quarter, and git
Pumble to play vld you."
Pilmblo was a boy who In age and taste
corresponded closely Willi S.nn, as be did In
complexion. His real name, at full length,
was I'uinblechoolr, ho having been so
christened at the itntance of M ibs'r Georgo
in honor of the immortal corn-aud-seeds-man.
OfT went Sam In search of his boy;
and bo found him at the b.ick of the mater
nal mansion, splitting up plna knots fur
kindling, bam approached him with a
very slow, dignified step, and a look of com
miseration. "Hey, nigger!" said Sam, "d it's all you
tit for, is to work. Why don't you bo a
gemman like me, whut alnt-a-gwlno to do a
licit o' wori dis whole day ?"
"Done runned away, is you ?" answered
Pumble. "'.Veil, I'll come round dis eben-
in, when de ole oomau gibs you a dose ob
"D.U'lldo, boy;" ,a!d Sam. "I,et you
tnow dii is my b'llTd.iy, an' I wont work
for nobody, on my bulT-diy. Go ax yo'
mamma kin you come up an' play wid me :
tell her my mammy sunt word for you to
Pumble dropped the hatchet, started ecs
tatically, and ran in to obtain tho desired
permission. It was granted, Then this
dialogue occurred :
"Iloagood chile I"
"Don't forgit yo' manners !''
"'Member you's my son I"
"Oou't you git into no mischuf I"
"Kf you dose, I'll w'ar you out, sab I Now
Tho boys trotted merrily away together.
Cut they had not gone fifty rods beforo they
heard Pumble's mother calling him. They
stopped to listen.
"Tale-leer ob yo'clo'sl" sho shout
ed, and then went back into her house.
Under a great pecan-tree, on the lawn bo
fore the "big house," Sam and Pumble sat
down to consider and consult, or, as they
expressed it, "to study up whut us gwine to
"Snlll I tell a story?" asked Pumble.
"Does you know a good one ?" inquired
"Dis story's gwine to be a new one," said
Pumble, "beakase I'll make it up as I go
"Tell ahead," said Sam.
"Wunst upon a time "began Pumble.
"What time?" interrupted Sara.
"Shut up I Wunst upon a time. Dey
wuz a man. An' dis heah man lighted up
be pipe, an' started out ou tie big road. An'
he went walkin' along. Right stret along.
An' walkin' along, an' walkin' along, an'
walkin along. An' imffiii' along. An'
walkin' along, an walkin' alomr "
"Dat man wuz gwine all de way, wuzn't
no I interjecteU the listener.
"IIo hadn't got no way, hardly, yit," said
rumuie, "but ho kep' a walkin' along. An1
walkin' along, an' walkin' along, an' walk
in' along, an' walkin' along, an' walkin'
'Stop dat walkin' now.' sniil Rim .,i
tell whuT he done wheu bo got froo walk-
"He come to do place he wuz a-gwine to,1
'Did he, sho, enough ?' exclaimed Sam
'I wuz kinder skeered he wudn't nebber git
uar at an. wnut did he do nex' !'
'Do nex' t'ing he done,' said Pumble. im
preasively, 'wuz to turn right 'round an' go
oacs: wuar ne come Irom. An' dat's all '
As was his invariable custom when deen
ly Impressed, Sam began to sing, Pumble
juiiung in :
On a swiugin' limb,
He wink at Stephen,
Stephen wink nt him ;
Stephen pint de gun,
Pull on de trigger,
Off go tie load
Au' down come de nigger !"
SI, A'icholcu for May,
One of tho most curious facta connected
with madness is the utter absence of tears
amid tho insane. Whatever the form of
madness, tears are conspicious by their ab
sence, 89 much in the depression of melan
cholia, or the excitement of mania, as in
the utter apathy of dementia. If a patient
in a lunatic asylum be discovered in tear?,
it will bo found that it is either a patient
beginning to recover or an emotional out-
break in an epileptic who is scarcely truly
msiiuc, wuiie actually innane patients ap
pear to havo lost tho power of weeping j it
is only returning reason which can ocr0
more unloose tho fountain of their tears.
.veil when a lunatic is tellln-r one In fervid
language how she has been deprived of her
children, or tho outraecs that have leen
perpetrated ou herself, her eye is never even
moist. Tho ready gush of tears which ac
companies the plaint of the sano woman
contrasts with the dry eyed appeal of the
lunatic, it would indeed teem that tears
give relief to feelings which, when pent up,
lead to madness. It is one of the privileges
of reason to be ablo to weep. Amid all the
misery of the insauo they can find no relief
In tears. Jlritith Medical Journal,
A private letter from London says : 'Cap
taiu Schenley died n few diys ago. He
was, with the exception of 'Prelaw ney, who
is still living the last survivor of the ptrty
of friends, Including Lord Ilyrou and Leigh
Hunt, who burned the body of Shelley ou a
funeral pile after the ancient fashion,
and ho was present when the poet's u-hes
were deposited In the Protestant burial
ground at Rome, near the grave of Keats.
Captain Schenley was at Waterloo, and
nearly forty years ago caused great excite
ment in the vicinity of New York by his
elopement with Miss Croghan, a noted heir
ass, of Pittsburg, Pa., then at school on Stat-
eu Island. He leaves an estate alucd nt
from ,7,000,000 to 110,000,000, and a large
family of daughters.
titdiii'iuiMMi iii'...... .1-1.1
fill liflWfra. ln llliuulUih.iii...i..
Cfhtfftlth, HtMi ItivniMMiarirnir.
mi child ef Err ., Mt. S. SmtUt0rt Uf
Irwin. H. 1- fctLLLPJ 4 tU,
THOMAfl II. 11 A HTM AN, ALBERT llARTHAN,
TUB RED FRONT,
TKAS, CANNED I'llUlT,
Splcss of all kinds, Glass & Qu:cnswaro,
foreign and Domcstio Fruits,
AND Gi:.T.llAL I.INH OF
4th door tiflow Moikct street, rinotrwtranr, l'a.
tr (loodi deUAcred to All parts ot the town
April 'T. -71-lf
Tho CHEAT KEMEDi- tar
It pnrrly rcretaM ami perfectly harmless. It net!
nrtlnns, U will rduec fat pervon from two to flr
pound prr Ml'tk.
"(,'orpitUitco Is not only a elites1 ttftlf, but the
harblriKir of tlnri-M bo wrote Hippocrates two
tlmvis.mil jears npo, and what was true llicn Is fioue
tlifi less so to-Oaw
!ol(l nv lrimMit, or cent, hy express, upon re
cclpt of tlO. gnartcr-dozen $t00. Address,
DOTANIC MEDICINE CO., '
Proprietor JSnfato, X. T-
May 24, '7S.-3m
GREAT TRUNK LINE
UNITED STATES MAIL ROUTE,
The attention or the traiclllnir public 13 respect
fully invited to sime of the nierfis ol this ereatlilgb
way.ln the confident assertion nnd belief that no
otuer lino can offer equal Inducements as a route of
iuivuu uuit;,, ill
Construction and Equipment
stands confeywdl at the head ot Amerlcanrallwns-s,
luo iracK is uouDiotlio entire lenstm of tho line, of
sU'Ol rails laid on heavy oak lies, which are embed
ded In a foundation ot rock ballast eighteen Inches
In dptli. All brldfres are of Iron or btone, nnd bulit
uuui, uiuil u(iprucu puns, its
while eminently snfo nnd mhamni
istantlul, nro at the
same time models ot coinlort and elegance,
THE SAFETY APPLIANCES
n iU-,0 on this lino well illustrate thofar-seclnL'snd
! i JJrX01'"?.!! 119 nanngemcnt.ln accordance llh
which the utility only of nn linproiement and not
Its cost has been tho nuesilon of consideration.
THE BLOCK SYSTEM OP SAFETY SIGNALS,
JANMEY COUPLES, 3U7FEE and PLATrOMI,
THE WHAI1T0N PATENT SWITCH,
formlhg lti conjunction with a perfect double track
nr,",,! ivii iJ5 V u"lyuu . ' ""eirrarus against
posslbie " 'euutitu iuvui luacucauyim
Pullnian Palace Cars
are run on all Express Tralus
I'rom v Vorh, IMiilaIt lilitiit Jlnltlinorf nml
To t'lilcugo, I'jiidiiiiuil, l.uiil.tlllr,
and M, l.miU,
and to nil principal points In Hie tar West and South
Willi imi oi.e change of cur-, counectluns are made
in I jiion Depots, i.nd aie assured to all Important
TUB SCENES. V
Is ai 'nil led lo Im tinsuipassed In llio world for gran
..I'i'm' U-Ly "I'd orleiy. Mikrrlor relieshmtnt fa
Ulliles bib prov ided. Kinployecs ure courteous aud
atti iilli e, nud It Is an Inctltablo risult that it trip by
--(- d uuiwt4 1UUOI tut m
A PIciciig ia . L'eacraUs Esperience.
Tickets for SHl-nt the lowest rates nt the Ticket
lovlns1 Company in all lmportunt tltlis and
Fit INK TIKIMI'SON,
lit in rat Manager.
I. 1', KAHMEH,
Cen'l 1'usseuger Agent,
J. K. SliOEJIAKElt, Pass. Agent Middle lMst.,
febl 'IS-ly ''liNorlUTlilrdt,"'ctt "'"rlsburg, 1'.
If you aiu a inaiioi busines, weslenedbyihottraln
,.,vu, uiiuiDi u.uiu Miuiiiuiuii, nun iuko
If you are a man of letttrs, tolling cvir jour
bl.'ht woik, to testore Lraln ur.d it no wiute.
l lift' fSlTTJiiiS.
If ynu nro young, and sunerlns from my lnols
cation or (llahljnllun.tuko
3f )ou are marrleU or nliijr!o, tlrt r joiTujf, HufferliiE
Qt blcklK-hH, WkQ
Whoever j ou are, uhrrerer joiiare. wheneier sou
feel that jour Bjstom needs cleantlng, toning
orblluiumtlng, without intoxicating, luke
HavoiidjsrTSla, kidney or urlnarr complaint,
dlse iu of I tit Ktunacli, loweln, tiioul, lUer, or
i.ei es v You will 1 o . ured If j ou take
Ifjouuie Umily tlllrg, are weak and low spli.
It'd, tri HI liuylt. Insist upon It.
our druggists keeps it.
It may sate jour life.
It has raved hundreds.
V . , .
S. W. Douglass,
Civil and Mining Engineer,
Genoral Surveying and Engineering
Business attended to with Oare
I am prcfiued to make drawings, Plans and
Modtls In Wood, Draw, iren. or the above msterUls
combltej us necessary of
ErUr.es, Mines, Ereairrr, Bulldingi, Engine:,
M'Jirc, and all kinds ol machinery for use of cases
al Court or for appacallonstotecure jateuta.
1'uirnts Hrruicil. marchW, UIS-
BLANK 0'ir!.l.llL orlltoueiBptU)
AT i'MVATK SALE,
Willow Valo Estate
A Valuable property, Ijlng In Frankllh tonnshlp,
Columbia county, Pennsylvania, on the enst branch
ot Itoarlnccrcck. ltconslstsot a btautltul farm ot
ISO .A. CRE9,
on which nro erected a roinmodlous and eomforta-
blo Dwelling House, a large Hank l.arn, Cider Tress,
and a'l necestarj oul-biilldlngs. It lias growing
upon It abundance. t,f c(ilki,t lrult, has a well of
water nt both tho dwelling linuso Hint barn, and la
conTenlent ot access by public roads.
Adjoining and liclngn jmrt tf the miine.biitvlllbe
sold wparniely If ileslrul, hliriit live ecus ol tho
above land J, w ben on i;l e ( ft cU d a lurge
utr.vro.M, hhist and fuifuiNo mill,
with four run of stone, u liwclllug House, a saw
Mill, a Dry Hoods f tore and Dwelling Ilouso. nnd
other Improvements, log"tl.er with the water-power
and appurtenances t hi n to.
Tho Wllliiu vttlt- I'.ist Ofllco
Is on thopicmties. Itlswlihln easy renchof t'nta
wlssa, Cintralla, AUiIhu.I, siounl I'armilund other
mining towns for market purioses.
The property Is bounded by lauds of Miinson, and
Artlej', nnd fchei ts, and li. llower and others. The
twodescilbed properties will bo sold separately or
together to suit punhisus. For terms apply to
Kilns Mcnd.niliall, E. It. llilukeror John (l.riccze,
nt Uloomsburg, I'cnn'u. Icb. 8, 7 tf
fi r I l" nreatrnancG lo make money. If you
l 1 1 I I 1 1 Clin Bet Kblil ou can gi t grccn
J LJ YJ bucks. need a pcrsun i-vcry-where
to take subscriptions to the laigest. ilieapcst
and best Illustrated I.in.llj pulllculion lu lio world.
Any one can become a sucimftil agent Tbemnst
elegant works of urt given rreetosi.bseilbers. The
price Is so low that almost everjoodysuiiHcrlbes.
linopgcnt reports making Mir I'ru In n wrck. A
lady ngent reports taking over Jon subM'i Iters In ten
dnjs. All who engage make money r.ist. toucan
devote fill j'our lime lo the tuslncs, tr inly jour
spare time. You need not 1 awav Irom homo over
night. Youcundo ItusweUns othtis. Full partic
ulars, dlrecilons nnd terns fin e Llegni.t and ex
pensle omtlt Iree. if ou want prolltable work
send us j our address rtince. It cofcts nothing to
try tho business. No one w ho engages falls to mako
Addnss ''lho Pupil's .loutnsl," I'oit-
Thoroughly Cures Diseases op the Skin,
Beautifies the Complexion, Prevents
and Remedies Rheumatism and Gout,
Heals Sores and Abrasions of the
Cuticle and Counteracts Contagion.
This Standard External Remedy for Erup
tions, Sores and Injuries of the Skin, not only
removes from the Complexion all Blem
ishes arising from local impurities of the
blood and obstruction of the pores, but also
those produced by the sun and wind, such as
tan and freckles. It renders the cuticle
marvelously clear, smooth and pliant,
and being a wholesome beautifier is far
preferable to any cosmetic.
All the remedial advantages of Sul
phur Baths are insured by thf. use of
Glenn's Sulphur Soap, which in addi
tion to its purifying effects, remedies and pre
vents Rheumatism and Gout.
It also disinfects clothing and linen
and TREVENTS DISEASES COMMUNICATED BY
CONTACT with the TERSON.
It dissolves Dandruff, prevents bald
ness, and retards grayncss of the hair.
Vhysicians speak of it in high terms.
Prices 25 and 50 Cents per Cake ; per
Box (3 Cakes), 60c. and $1.20.
N. B. The 50 cent cakes are triple the sue of those &1
"UUiVS HAIR AND WHISKER DYE,"
Black or Brown, 30 Cents.
C. If. CMTTESTOS, Prop'r, 7 Sixth Av.,5.Y.
Q-IEWEGG- &c BOWS,
f jne, y
IGHT AND ttEAVY
N. E, Cor. Twelfth and Arch Sts., Philad'a.
.B.-SiriISI0 M1TLT ATTKSDIO TO.
BUCKS TillS OX SIOKIOS.
manh l, lsis-sm
pntrwiriw vTrif nvnriiitv
tttPin-wiiHlrr.l reti v, lthe trr order. Out
Jlt Inti, J, II. (Jrtj lord i ( u., Uiimuo, 111,
au'. lj, 'tT-ty it (J
obtain ed for
Sounds, ornnmciilal tlrsitriH, trade marks, and la
els, caveatt-, AsfeUnmenls, InUTfrn-nct-a, Appeals,
suits for lnfrlnj,i'mrjtti, cod oil cases ml slug under
Inventions That Havo Seen
T1 I Vi 'MMiMS b' tle patent olllcemay
Svlau ILv'Xl!ljl-uillninoht cabes.be pat
en U'd bv us. lttinff epp-ifelte tiie patent oDl'e, we
can make closer scarchej, and secure patenta more
promptly, and with broader claims than thobo wlio
are remoio rrom a.vlilnt'ton.
tend us a mtdel cr bketchef our deUco ; ne make
examinations trie ol inarce.uud udvlbe nsta patf nt
ablllty. All iorriiK;i.cin e fclrlitly coniluentlal.
Trices low nnd NO CI1AIK1E UNLESS l'ATKNT IS
We refer to cniilalH In lho Patent Ofllce, lo ourcll
cnts In eicry (tutu or tiie I'Uuu, nncl to jour Mna
tor and HiprcficlolUe m ConirreM. bptclul refer
ences (,'tvcn uhtn diblred, Audroba
C. A. KNOW CO.,
Opposite TateLt Office, Vi ublilngton, V. C.
aprll 5, 'Il'tf
Steel and Iron
FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF
Patnt In.ld Bait Work aud
0 UFI COHPUTI WTTHOUT IT 1 1
W. H. TERWILLIGER,
No. 84 Malaea Laae,
Xwi WUliw H,
doc I, l.jl-ljf
AT THE OFFICE OF,
733 Siisom St., PHILADELPHIA,
Ulio ar our nutborlEed agento, and will
receive AdvcrlUeuieiitii at our
VOWKHT CASH 11ATKH.
PUBLIC SALE" HAND BILLS
Printed tit thin Office
ON SHORTEST NOTICE AND AT THE
MOST REASONABLE TERMS,
s aino. a u. li . 'ii-iv
Bega lenvo to inform his customers nnd tlic jniblio that liis stock is
now rejileto with nil tho Novelties for Spring nnd Slimmer "Wear,
consisting of new nnd beautiful styles of
ENGLISH FRENCH GERMAN (AND DOMESTIC GOODS
. AT REDUCED PRICES S
any ot which ho is prepared to make up in tlic latest style.
licady-mudo cothiii": clicapcr tluin cvrcr.
Cheap Suits for men,
nil of tho host mnko nml
Just received n fulljino of nil tho
wm, uva, mm,
For Men, for Youths, for Koys Cheaper
A FULL LINE
Mammoth Grocery, corner of Main and Centre streets,
18 TUB I'LAUE TO OET TUP. WOUTII OP VOUIt MONEY IN TIIE FINEST AND FKEMIE3T OF
Fancy Imported and Domestic.Staple Groceries of Every Description,
Qageusware. Glassware, Woid anft Willowware,
Flour tmi Feed, Tobacco and Cigars,
AT BOTTOM PRICES FOR CASH,
OU NICE F11ES1I PU0DUCE,
Thou Buy N. Y. ENAMEL PAINT CO.
SSluTanil save one-third tho cost of painting, and get a paint that is much handsomer, and will
LAST TWICE AH LONO AS ANY OTIIEIl PAINT.
Is prepared ready lorusoln white or anv color
in luu uuuiiiiy. luuuv Ul ni
CHEMICAL PAINT has tal
Colnrs ent free. AddresH N. Y. EN A M K I. PAINT CO., us rnnco street, N. Y., or 1IENKY L.
business you caMeneaee In. tAtoti)
ner day made bvanv worker or eliher
bex, right In their own localities. Par
ticulars and sample worth 5 free. Improve your
spare time at this business. Addiess bTiNRON Co.,
Portland, Maine. march si, 'is-'y
(iLill TIDINGS KOK TUB W'EiK, NEKVOCS AND DE
BILITATED. OCR 1 ATB8T IMPKOVID Sll.F-ACTlNO UALVANIC AP-
n.UNCES are a, speedy and Pekmanri.t cure for
ItheumallRm, Neuralgia. Kidney, Liver and Kemnlo
Complaints, Nervous Prostration, Weak Lungs,
Hack and Hplnal Irritation and kindred diseases.
Prices, Waist licit 3.oo; t-plnol licit for Paralyse
and Spinal Aliments, fio.oo, and unuards. Aiinlets,
Anklets, Head Hands, Knee Caps,J2.0u each, husptn
dersts.w). Illustrated Pamphlet Fee. Address
march 1, 2bT3-ij East Ninth bt., New York.
a m cek In your own to n. $a Outfit free.
.ik. Jiraaer 11 you waui a uusiuess
hlch Derpons ot ellber tex can tnaVo
lor partltulnrsto II, IIallf.t A: Co., I'ortUnd.katue.
inarch 22, 'id ly
GLAZING AND PAPERING.
"Tiril. F. BODINE, Tron Street Iielow sec
VV ond, Illoomsburg, Pa., Is prepared to do ul
In tho best styles, at lowost prices, and at short
Parties having such work to do w 111 save money
colling on me.
All work warranted to glvo satisfaction. Orders
WM. F. BODINE.
KftNSJS, LANDS ! !
vv e own aud comrol the Hallway Luuds of THEOu
COUNTY, KANSAS, about equally divided by the
Kansas Paclllo Hallway, whkh wo are selling ut
from tt.s 1 to 13.00 per acre, on easy terms of pay
ment. These lands are of the my best quality, and
ure located In the best wlnternheatandstbckgrow
lng dlstiict of the United Males. Alternate Heel Ions
of Oovernment land can be taken as houesteuds by
actual settlers. Members of our firm reside at Wa
keeney, and will show lands stall times. A pam
phlet giving full Information of sou, climate, water
supply, rainfall, &c., will be sent freo on request.
Warren, Keeney & Co.,
106 Deariern St. Chicago,
Or-Wa-Keener, Treso Co.. Kansas.
April 11 3m.
View of Marriage !
let'lW'J'e'tf VI '1 A Outdo 10 W.dfiUn ml
unhdiiiiAal TnariM on in
cUi-rhi unSi tor it t tlit
ittu of iteproducilon iuJ
mm uucaies or vooit.
A Uitik tor I'rlvat. . romid
f fhiVAlE MbDICAl. ADVISERI .
CM ill d onfrrtul fcTr ivfttft I. at uro n.ni trom Bolt
Abuaa, ExocH', or See ret Piceiaet, vmli U(
A CMNIOAIj LECTuItEon Ih bImjt M
tho. uf th Throat inil X unci, Culxrh,Hupluro. ll
hrr tn til inM'nMidrtti ti rInf rl nr'Mi or all fVir.
nr.. IrpttlniAte. Particular, free.
Aidr..J YOBTU&CO.St Uui..Ha,
aug . ly
T. AT4TP.Pt CMl ,t,!or EtecUnci, KccktlM, sc,
XUXUUiO li..TAjiTAoi.ti,lor u.atbaalct.
in ruuew or ch.nge the color of Uiulr Drcwia, tm,
Woolih. or Lurryir, t nominal eo.t, luipartloj
If.V? "Uf l7 the u.o ol our u aoio TihtJ.
.iSi1' A.VOouji.nt for 11)0 1 Sdinrrentcolonfor
zc. t-udlc,cump fyr aamplo and circular. Auo,
Our Improvod Post Poison
11 4 un aura and cheap dutroyer of
PorTtnt.'Wonn, aad ell Inaerti that
I'my tin Vi vtutlou, W arrautud to kill
XIVM llDua whtra Pari. Ilr.n trill.
, , 0.TttltH..riTou.aadUnot
nJorlouatoplaDta. CoUonlir23c.toa0cperacre. I-lb
I O.TAO, gjjjj,, m .. Trc.
i-.O. Poa 8139. OOce.i.ll'rtii.i'ftVS'Vora,
may 3d, la-Sin Jico
OF EVERY DESRIPTI0N
At tub Ooumbun Offiof.
Cheap suits for Youths,
nt t.lin lnwnsf. nrinns.
lntcst styles in color nnd quality of
SOLD ONLY BY
desired. Is on many thousand? ot the finest buildings
KANSAS LANDS ! !
We own and control tho Itallwav landq of Treo-o
County, Kansas, about equally dlUded by the Kan-
eua 1 umiu ,iuinvuy, nuiui we are selling ai an
average or J3 25 per aero on easy terms of payment.'
Alternate sections of Oovernment lands can be ta
ken as homesteads by actual settlers.
These laDdi lie in tho flreat Llmef tono Belt ef Cen
tral Kansas, tho best winter wheat producing dis
trict of tho United states, jleldlng from 20 to 85
jM.niir.s jut .irrr.
Tho average 1 early rainfall In this eountv Is near
IV 83 Inches Tier annum, nne-thfrri trenti-r tlifin ,!n
the much-extolled Arkansas Valley, which lias a
ji-auj jiuiuuu 01 jesa inuu m lncnes per annum in
the same longitude
!m urn imiMng ami 11001 iironinir are vpry Hummer.
allie. T-0 WlLters are short jind mllrl. stiirlf
will live all the sear on gross! Living streams and
Spring"! are numerous, l'ure water Is found In wells
from 20 to CO feet deep. Tho Ilrnllhlest Climate In
tho W orld I No fet er and ague there. No muddy or
linnossablo roads, l'lentv nr nnu hntuitm. u.n.
Ilmeandsand. These landsarobelngrapldlysettlert
and 111 so appreciate In value by tho Improvements
now being mude as to make their purchase at pres
ent prices one lho very best lnteslmems that can
1j nude, nsldo Irom tho pronts to bo derived from
llitlr cultivation. Members of our firm reside In
Wa-Keency. ond will show lands at any time. A
pamphlet, ghlng full information In regard to soil,
t Ilmate, water supply, ic, will bo sent Ireo on re
Warren Koeney & Co.,
106 Dearborn St., Chicago,
Or Wa-Kccney, Trego Co., Kamas,
April 12, le.-lm
teas, svnurs, COFFEE, SUOAIt, UOLASSES,
BICE, SI'ICES, B1CASB SOPA, tC, iC
N. E. Corner Second nnd Arch streeta,
JfOrders will receive prompt attention.
,t4ln,h street nttsburg, Dec. 10, isti.
Mcstrs. DIIF.HEIt. HEAT 4; CO.
tienllemeu i-Your pnlnta hale given entire sat.
ismctlon. I hate used them on a good manydlfler.
ent kinds of work, such as Iron, Tin. Wood. Urlck.
ic, and never heard any complaint, on the con.
t rary, tho w ork stands w cil and lor wear, will in my
opinion, stand with any lead In the maiket. When
In want of reference luihls city or vicinity you are
, , , , JOHN T. OltAV.
rainier and Dealer In l'alnts, ciib, tc
STIIICTLY l'UIIB WHITE LEAD, AT THE LOWEST
MONTOUIl 8LATB 1'AINTS. 8 CENTD.
JIONTOUIiJIETALLIU WHITE, 8 CENTS.
NOSTOUIt METALLIC linoWN, CENTS.
OFF C'OLOKS AT THIS FHICE.
PURE LINSEED OIL
at lowcHt iiinrket rales.
charge118 "" &n1 rr,co Uit '"""shed wlUiout
atUnUon!nlln,UWes,,y maU wm rM"e l"0
HENRY S. REAV,
MOVER 11ROS. BwT,PA.
WHOLESALE AGENTS, .
Ilv an Iramenie practice, estendlnir thromh 1
period of years, having within that timo treated
many thnuiand eauet of thn.e dlenic peculiar tn
woman, I hate been enabled in perfect a moil
potent and agreeable medlcino that meets the In
dleatlons pre.ented by that class of diseases with
posltlte ccruinty andeiactness.
To designate; this natural specinc comiwund, I
have named It
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription.
The term, however, Is but a feelile c tpresslon ol
my ltiK)i ii'iireolition of it value, IasccI upon
my own personal obBertftllon. As a cloae ob
server, I We, white witnesslnu lis imhiiIto re
ulta In tho fetripcclal (tiseanes Inritent to the
eparatc orrnnism of woman, sin ft Id I it out as
tho climax or crowiilitsr gom of nir
medical career. On Its merltB, as a positive,
safe, ami cdcctual rcmerly for this class of dis
eases, ami one that will, at all time nnd under nil
Circumstances, act kindly and In harmony with
the laws which govern (he female system, I ant
wiltlnjr to stake my reputation as a iihyslrtan.
Nay, even more, so confident am I that H will not
disappoint the most sangufno expectations of a
single Invalid lady who usoi It for any of lho
ailments for which 1 recommend It, that I nirer
nnd ell It under A FOMTIVl! mrAHAN
TKH. If a beneficial effect ts not cviiertcnccd
by the time two-thirds of tho contents ol the lit
tle are ucd, I will, on return of the bottle, two
thirds of the medicine having been Uikcn accord
lng todiiections.and the case being one fur which
I recommend It, promptly refund the money pild
for 1L find I not tho most perfect confidence In
Its virtues, I could not offer ft as I do under thew
conditions; but having witnessed Its truly mlrncii
lous cures In thousands ot cases, I fool war
ranted nml perfectly aafo In rliklne
butli mr rcputallon and my nioiioy on
Its merlta. rt
The following are among rhne iUmhc in
which my Favorite Proscription has work
ed cure, as If by magic, and with a certainty
rcrcr before attained by any medicine! Iami
co rr lima, Kxccsslve Flowing, 1'alnftit Monihlr
I'crlnil, Suppressions when from unnatural
causes, In egularlllcs, Weak Hack, Prolapsus, or
falling o; tho Uterus, Antcvcrslon and Itctrmer
sion, Hearing Down Scnrntlnns, Inlcin.il Heat,
Nervous Depression, Debility, Deipomlcncv,
Threatened, Miscarriage, Chronic Congestion, In
flammation and Ulceration of the Uterus lmio
tener, Ilarrcnncss, or Sterility. Female Wenknc,
and Very many other chronlo licenses lnr.ldont to
woman not mentioned here. In all affections of
this natmc, mv Favorite Prescription works
cures tho innrvcl of the ivorhl This
medlcino I uo not extol a a cnrc-all. tmt It
admirably fnlfllls a Aliigloness of pur
none bemg n most perfect b peri He In alt clitonio
dlyeacs of the sexual svatom of woman. It will
not disappoint, ner will It do harm, In any state
ThoM! who desire further Information on thco
subjects can obtain It in TilK 1'koi-LK's Common
i?K.NSK Medical Ahvisek, a book of over 900
pages, pent, poit-p.ild, on receipt ot $1.f0. It
treats tolnutelv of thn dicn(M irnilinr to
Female, and giro mnrh valnalilf muiro iti re
gini to the m,i tin gum cut of tlioso nffcclloHi.
r.ivoKiri: iiti;scHiiiio.N sold
ijv aii DHi:n(;isxs.
R. V. PIERCE, H, D., Prop'r,
JlUl'lSALO, -V. r.
i -it -i i.uitl Cniicruii mi'd, lt(nl
!ii b.il 3:itrr. . n Lit I II out
t . fin; "Mtsm; i,imi
t . . ;t nc, ir .U ii 1 1 in. i lu I'urvo
t j ii .
wivif niivlprn Mclirat, flhrmlml, anil
I i.M-ill'Ml trifiiCP. .No U-f uf UiW l"ttKiT
i.u iL'puihL, nnd naii-CHin pilln,
i vti i.I i In-crii-le, and kirikv Iulti l llent.
1 1. i u!r:m. :i cimmiiI itppticutiiu it fiifiiiu.il
m tent I'Mi'ict all tbi rath.'irtlo ;n'l oiher nifli
i n... i'1'ii-i'Ulo- fi'iiii the in. n wihni.li' nu an t
lieiti- I ri.hri'itiit.io iheiu ni' .i inhiuii lit ui
iV -r:n'ctly tur-jvr lti.ui it iiintiiril
tyi-i'd ill i'.hi be it'.t'hiv ftu.uiiiMrd In lh--cM.(
li.t t --i .. .r i' fi'.m.n In nmi f i aidlmM Ui'i'-i.
I Ii ii'iu rtirmiilu rt-llcl U'lHt-i'NtH, nta
M" I VHir.iuM in in. a- tinn-u nil nib pou-r
H I-i'ii. -Iil'iI in.ur of the i.nirf ill (miimiI for
h.iUi in i nir-Mi"!!-. Kfciii i ben mohhm f.i: -; i ii.tr-lit-
hhit, iii rniiiparNut i tbetr tin: M'npk uho
iijfi'i( iii'1 tin-in .nc apt to -iipt" v tn.tl tlifv
nn' i..n ii i.riii-U'h.' in iMlc.-ii luit p-nrh U not at nil
tin' i',i-i, iite tliiii'ictit ncilo nii'ilit'iii'il print Ijik'S
h m.ium r.ii'v'a i' i'Minii-i hcnirf -ii ii.itiin.ui7el
lilt " tHilili-.). i.ro '' th tMlei-H. il-t ti I'l'mllHfl
it iti.t .c;t r i hint: ami lltiintimli, ut
K'Miilj and Uiiuli) upuiutiiiaf. .4iiiur
.(KI t' itrd It hi'i ! offrit'd hv 11 e )in
pi ii mi- t I I'i' !' IVllfU, t'l lilt. I IH'llii-l Uho, lipmt
aii.ir ., l '.ml in llicm inn' i'i.Ktoit'1 r miicr
ftiiniv-of iiii'iLiiry, iuiiicimI pommi, or injiii mu
llclnr; rullrrly t I'scltiblc, no p.irilul.ir
cue l ui.Mt'd uiii.u tiin llit'in. Thev opt'uilo
wiu.init ilituio.nu i lu itii i n Uiui..n, du'J. r
ui-iMip ii Ion. r nr .1 mi ml lev, llrmlat hr,
t'lMtollpIltliHI' iltlplllf ItliMMl. I. till III
I In sliiHllitt'i t, l'ii:litltfH of tltr (' iiv I,
lnzlin"-. tnr l.nii'iitiiiMt Itoui tiitt
Mtituncli, Ittttl tiilo in llio niinitli. Itll
luu- .ttiufUt, 1'iilti in .-t-uluii ol lilit-iii)-,
lincriitil Iout, lliiuiir.l t fi-1 i it?
n ho ill Mu III ill Ii Kit oil ttf ISIimmI In
lli-titl, llluli-aiilori'l ('rim', I'lifii-!:!
iilUM ai ii it (sjitKiit)' i iM'iuMliii:t, t.itt'
Dr. kMi'Mc'w I'lca-itiit lu i cull l'cl-
ljt-4. in I'xpiuti'tti m of in' m -n.l pov.t-r i f
m Purjf.iTlic I'cluii otcr o grtMpit -.arictv of
ih-i'.i i-t, I wlih pi sin' tint t!iilr m litm
iiImiii Hit nnlitiiil rt'onoiiM i uiiUtr--:tl.
li ii I it uluiitl or II -- i-i-:ipln
tliclr -..tiuiti-to I in r--. Ai: d-i-a u-.i
itiipiiir tlic prui-cnii's oi ihe-t' I't-Ili-i. Tno. uiu
uirar-c-Msed and inclo-rd in jtLi-h Iml'lt'-, ilu-ir
vtriniM bfing tncit'DV pM'Tiovi'ii luitnip nifi f"r
.Uiv ItMiuili f tutit.'. in iinv uinu.i i' mi tii.it tbc
arc iilu.r iren and rcti.iliU'. l'n i- not u.c
c:ig Willi tlitiiC ptlit Mhicn ate fill nu m cm-ui
uiiivivti or pi u'lMiard b.if-, t.tf f r
all ilt i-f - 1 1 t'i e .i l.;t vati , lu i .it i
or Ciirtfiitl ! n u' v.t im1 ,.t t
W I 1--C tou UKi-'t pt'lffCt aatlol.it'llou t.lii li
II l' tlH'Ill.
'j'lii'y lire (ilil by .ill Ilrii;;
i iil a Iti'tilc.
i ft- at i-j
J I ill f . Va,a
ill, i I I O. N,
sep. 2. n-tf
Tho Lightest Running,
Tho Most Durable,
Tho Most Popular
It ca.llj- tinder.tooil, make the
doublo-lliread locb-.tttcli, ha.aelr
reiilatluc Irn.lun. anil take-up,
and xcUl do the whole range of family
The " Domr.tlcK mail,ln the most
durable iiiir, with tonUal ittel
leartnoe and compentattng Jouriiul.
' PAPER FASHIONS.
The$e popular IA-TT33IVNS for
ludlei', mU$et, and children'! drett,
are cut on a .j-.teni .upcrlar la liny
in use, and can be understood by unf
otic. J'mII dlreclluun una Illu.tralion.
on eaeh envelope.
Send Vive Cents for Illustrated Cata
logue of lOOO i'o.Iilom.
Sowing Machine Co., New York..
I. W. HARTMAN,
Agent "Domestic" Farer FasMons
December H, IjlMy
Si fL u,ore '"t face or
the courta, promptly attcLdcd to. chareenuuie
WIHTAU'al IIAt.N.)I III' H'll.ll Cllliltltr
WISTAlftt IIAlJiAM OK Wll.l) fllKIlltV
WISTAIfS IIAI.SAM OK Wll.ll ClllihltV
WIHTAll'H II A 1.1 AM OK WILU CllltllltY
WINl'AHH IIAI.SAM OK WIL1I (JIIKItltr
WISTAH'H IIAUSAM OK WILD OIlEltltV
Koit ( Ol'lllH AND COMM.
Yon Cncuii.t and I'oi ik,
YOn t'Ol'QIII ANlt OOMIS,
KOH CUVUIM AMI L'otjm,
rull H'lNT.Ul'H IIAr.SA.1f
usk wmr n iiai.sam
VHK WIHTAlfH 1IALMAM
USK WISTAICU UAldAM
OV Wll.l) Chsbrt.
ok Wild Uiiriirt.
fl U ii ii nut ......
KO POBIl TlIIIOAT
Yon foil It TllFutT
Yon Hour tiikoat
IWH WIMTAlt'S IIAI.NA.il
IlfK WIHI'Alt'.l HAUL,
USK WIlTAIt'lt IIAIflAM
USK WISTAH'.S IIALSAM
t f Willi Cherry.
Of Wild Cherry.
Of Wild t hcrry.
nr t ii., ... ......
For Ilonrscnesi nml Croup
For llonrtieiii'H-tnnd Croup
Kor llnor.it'nu.mtnd croup
For lln.inteintva nj croup
IWK WISTAIfti ll.l,SM
IIHI5 WIMTAH'H 1IAI.-AM
VB WLSl-AlfS HAIJAM
Of W ild CHorry.
of W illi riwrry.
of Wild Cherry
, If U till I I....H.
For Whooplnif Cousli ' '
For Wlijo ltif Couifit
For Whooping i'oukIi
For Wlioojilutf Coul'U
cms 1.1T.lt'.i 1MUSAM
J;2!5 W'-TAifd jiausam
ITSK WISTAIi'rt IIALHAM
USi: WISTAIfS UALSAM
Of Wild Cht rry.
Of WIM Chciry.
or Wll.l Cherry.
ror.Uthmaandlnnuenr.,, u' "IM Cherry
For AHtluuitnnd ImltiebZA,
lor Aslhiua uud Inilucnzn,
For Asthma and Inllui'nzti,
rsi: his r ties iiamam
I'SrS WISTAItM IIALSAM
Usti W IS'l'AK'S 1IALMAU.'
Of Wild Cherry
or Mllil cherry
of wild Cherry.
ForllrouehlllanniU'onsuirptlon, ' W1M VLl't!r-
1 or uroi.chltis nml Coiisumpiioii,
lor Iironchltli aoil Consuniptfon,
l or lirouchlih unci ( oiisumpilou.
lK lVISTAH'H HAtilAU
VbH nitTARH I1A1.SA1I
l8K Wl.TAH'ri BAIJiAlt
lK WlsrAlt's BALSAM
Of wllil eherrr.
I if lid cherry,
Of wild chtrry.
For rnlu inlhoRldettiHlbrenst,
. . ,ui ... nu: diuu UIIU UieiLhl,
tor pain In tho slno nnd hrensl.
tor pulii In the sldn and breisi.
I'BR WISIAR'B BALS1U
VSR WISTAII'H BlUiSI
I'SS WISTAHB BAlJAU
or wild cherry.
Of wll.l cherry,
or lid cherry,
or wild cherry.
. u. i.iiiii,iiiij it, ,ireauilDlf,
For pinieuliyot HreatUnS,
For Dirucully of Ureal Wag,
rsR wisrAit'a nnjHM
CSK WITrAIl'S BALSAM
I'SH ISTAIl'8 BALSAM
USE WISTAR'a BALSAM
Of wild cherry,
or wild cherry
or wild chetry
ForLlrer.-Complamt, of wild cherry
Kor Mver Complaint,
faK WISTlR'd BALSAM
Of wild cheriy.
Of wild cherry.
Of wild cherry.
., Of wild cherry.
For all I) teases of tho mmf
For all Ill-eases of tho
Forall Diseases of tho
For all Diseases of tho
Throat, Lunpi and Chest,
Hiroat I.unirs and Chest,
Throat, Lungs and Chen,
Throat, Lungs and Chest,
USE WIKTAR'K BALSAM
USE WISTAH'S BALSAM
CSB WISTAR'S BALSAM
I'SE WISTOR'S BALSAM
Of wild cherry.
Of wild cherry.
Of wild cherry,
UK. and 11 a bottle,
roc. and f 1 a bottle,
wo. ana ll a bottle.
Wc. and tl a bottle.
vi mm cuerry.
sold by all I)rug-gl3t.
Sold by all IirugicIsU.
Sold by all Drugglsta.
Sold by all Druggists,
k.rli..uor Oj. R.r.mnri Krhonl.lMM Bo RMnUTT. bM lb.
i.i ma In lb. v. a. I.AU1ES BOoHo l.in.ni l,a
Vr It ata bom. jnd bnuj, rail n rit.. Vrny enraounc f
Vfmu s,n.l snyr.nl f.. un.nl. of !iblr Hood. ...4 rlr-
uliif aViiil inlil Hat Btmii t,r h..! k .... 1 1
iatata. i '- Vu i. . . ' r
US. , i """ r",1' W"i.".iM 1.1 lho cUmplaUn.
nawa. Hj la b" I -ill, .n.i U ,1, I,., In Ih. I
aug. IT, T7-ly ii t c
RAIL ROAD TIME TABLES
pHILADKU'lIA AND KEAD1NQ 110 AD
AltJlANOKMENT OF rASSENOEll
TRAINS LEAVE RCrERT AS J0L10W8 (SCKBAT HCLfTE
For New .ork.Fhlladelphla, Heading, 1'ottMUla
For Catawlasa, u,.5 u. m. 7,20 and J,80 p. m
For WUllamsport, c.28 t,u a. m. and 1,00 p. m'.
TRAINS TOn RUPERT LEAVE AS FOLLOWS, (8CNDAT BX
Leave New York, 8,.s a. ra.
Leave I'hUadelphla, ,15 a. m.
nIfJ.TeIieaU,lff' "'3Ja' m- fotuville.u.isp.m
and Tamaqua, l,u p. m.
Leave C'atawlssa, o,!0 8,bo a. m. and 4,00 p. m.
Leave UUamsport.n,.! a.m,.,15 p. m. and 5.00 p m
JiTT,? "'""omNewTorkana rhUao
phla o througa ithout change of care.
J. K. WOOTTEN,
C O, HANCOCK, ueneral Wanagtr.
General iicktt Agent.
Erie Mail 6.20 a. m., arrlt e Elmlra n . ,
" Canandalgua. . , s.35 p. m
Niagara. 9 ,0
Htnovo aecommodallonll.ii)a.m.Ilrr,to UUUlIn8
Buffalo Express T.15 a. m. arrh 0 Iiuflalo 8.M a. m
Uuiralo Express ilu a. m. arrive IlarrUburg iM a. m
" Washington lo.so
..uttiuiuro ..so '
" WaiJUngton 8.30
narrtsburg accommodation e.40p.m.arrlta Harris
arrive llalllmoro !.ss a. m
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" llalllmoro s.40
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D. M. 110 YD, Jr., General l'akwngcr Agen
A. J. CASSATT, General Manage
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