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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COl NTY, PA.
Cbnftnlierl frm 1M t"M
rpHrtlnrj of land and trnpotlnllon, ami,
bOTe (he fuel question, rvery otticr
noMtlnn llng Mcondttty to thcoe Hirer, tho
rrvwtlon nRUirnlly suggests Itself, What
re the local advantages In America, ami
Which country l similarly situated In Eu.
rope, and nbat modifications, If tiny, have
to be made In order lo avail ouraelvta of our
local advantages, and avoid exposing ourscl
it to loss, or perhaps wen failure, on no
tount of local disadvantages f
The question of internal revenue need
aot enter Into consideration at all, htcaure
the least Internal revenue collection on su
gar would wipe out of existence every sugar
plantation In loulslana.
Our country roads In America nre, com
pared with the macadnmlied roads In Kit
tupe, during fall and wlutrr,generally in an
" Impassible condition, making transportation
one of the most Important items, nnd a mat
terofserlnus consideration; nml, although I ami
, iachtap everywhere compared with Europo,
most localities ten acres can he bought with
less money In America than one acre can he
hired In the llret Sugar districts in Europe,
It will be Impossible for many years tocon.e
to produce, within a few mile of the radius
of any sugar factory, sufficient beets to Loop
the lactory employed lftO days a year.
Tho third Question which Roverns the
method to be the mint profitable, and there'
fore the most advisable one to be adopted, is
the fuel question. Any ono who ever tried
to warm himself In a first-tlass hotel In
France by burning l'ine cones, who found
the stench of turf (peal) and brown coal
burnul In tho best homes In Berlin nlmoxt
Intolerable and very expensive, who risked
the question, what do they burn In Russia,
In sugar factories no the iiteppes, and wlieio
do they get their fuel from ? will admit that
the cheapest and best fuel diffused through
any one country from tho most diversified
rarces, Is in the United States of Amerl-
When we finally sum up everything for
and against, we find immense advantages
here which no sugar-producing country in
Europe possesses. While we cannot deny
that there are a number of little dlsadvan
taget and difficulties to be overcome, of
which the, sugar manufacturer In Europe
does hardly dream, prominent amongst
which might be named : supreme Indiller
ence and Ignorance amongst the highest ng
ticultural authorities of the nation, imparl'
ble roads all through the country iu winter,
irrational cultivation of the soil by most
farmers, and consequent exhaustion of the
oil of most, except raw land. Want of
knowledge of most farmers how to raise
root crop to advantage and successfully, and
others difficult and useless to mention.
Having during the last twenty years mm
ttfactured sugar on a large scale in Europe,
In the U. S., and even in South Americas
T have bad ample opportunities to compare
figures, to examine the advantages and ililfi
cutties in these diuerent countries, and to
form an opinion as to the best method to be
adopted for the Introduction of the Beet Su
gar industry in America, and acting upon
this conviction, I have during tho last year
taken the first steps to introduce the maim
facturo of sugar from dried beets In the
Too manufacture of sugar from dried beets
was first carried out on a large scale by the
investor, Schutzenbach. Like every other
method of making sugar, It is not without
its disadvantages and objections, but there
disadvantages exist least of any country In
America. Fuel, the most important factor
in calculating the dried beet process, Is so
superabundant in almost every locality in
America, that it becomes secondary In con
sideration. The farther the farmer is from
communication and marketa.the morcabuud
ant is his supply of wood, and where water
or other communication is to be found, there
coal Is generally cheap. In drying sugar
beets, the weight is reduced from five to one;
five tons of fresh beets yield ono ton of
dried. Besides this Immense reduction in
weight, facilitating transpo:tatlon,tho dried
product, if not exposed to wet, is almost Im
perishable, and is as valuable three or four
years hence as the day it was dried. It ha,
therefore, become regular inerchandlsc.mak
iug the farmer In remote localities independ
of time, placo and weather ; and as the
transportation is so very insignificant an
item In the production and delivery of dried
beets, It makes him the equal of those in
more favored localities adjacent to good
The drying works of the Maine Beet Su
gar Company .erected during the fall of 1S78,
at Prnque Isle, in Aroostock county, Me.,
had to undergo,; liko everything else being
adapted to entirely diOerent condition, a
perfect reconstruction, and therefore worked
with rather indifferent results, but. when ad
justed, worked during the whole month of
December, with but a few hours interrup
tion, like clock-work. 193 tons of beets
were dried during the month of December,
at the following cost per ton ; labor $133.
00, water, light and lubricating oil $18.00,
or In all $1.25 per ton.
It is hoped the portable drying apparatus
which has been lately constructed will do
double the work at one dollar per ton. the
whole apparatus including steam engine, but
without root cutter, costing about WOO. A
few farmers,clubbiug together.can easily pro
cure one of these apparatus, and pay for the
same the lirst caiu with a part of the pro
fits. Any farmer, of ordinary intelligence.
who can run and keep in order a reaper or
thrastilng machine, can attend to theso beet'
The Maine Beet Sugar Company of Port
land, converted from the 17th day of Febru
ary till the 23J, 370 tonsof beets into suitar.
obtaining then from about 90,000 pounds of
concrete sugar, or over 12 per cent., which
Is equivalent to 9 per centof the best grain
ed sugar. The fuel which has been used for
drying beets In the first place, is by no
means lot; bnt when It is borne in mind
that the transportation on the same (If it has
leen wood cut far away from communica
Hon) is saved, has been well utilized, as it
requires less than half the fuel to convert
dried beets Into sugar, than Is required for
fresh beets. One hundred pounds of dried
beets contain 65 -10-100 pounds of sugar, ac-
cording to the analysis made by the compa
ny, which Las tweu corroborated by a chem
1st in Boston. As the process of separating
the ii UO-ipO per cent, of fibre and foreign
soluble and insoluble substance from th
65 40-100 .per cent, of sugar of which the
dried beet consist U a very simple one, the
important part of the whole question of beet
sugar production in America has been nar
rowed down to the growing of plenty and
rich sugarbeets, and the drying of the same
Every progressive farmer, therefore.should
make it a point to start in the right dlrec
tlon, by raising'one, one-halt,or one-quar
ter acre of sugar beets, so as to bo ready to
produce Jarge quantities, whenever beet su
gar wcrks or drying establishments are start
ed In his vicinity. But todo this, let him
exercise due caution to procure genulue su
gar beet seed.
tub production op s ecu it beet seed.
Bocd prowcrs Antl'sceil dealers In Europe,
row tho seed broadcast, and In such n quan
tity, as to have from 125 to 150 thousand
plants to the acre, weighing on an nverage
from three to five ounces npiece. They re
quire but littlo cultivation, and when har
vested little stnro room. Iu spring theso
stunted beets nro planted, and white) tho
roots now begin to develop, they nlso begin
to develop the seed which In Its turn Is less
developed than It should be. But these
seedmen nre very careful never lo uso seed
of their own growth, otherwise a dwarf race
of beets would soon be the result.
Many sugar manufacturer grow their own
beet seed, and a rurplus which they sell.
The process followed by them Is the follow-
ni : In tho fall, when tho beets aro nearly
ripe, experience! men walkover their exten
sive beet field, selecting the most vigorous
nppoarlug specimen's, showing certain quali
ties In the formation of their leaves, by pla
cing n small stick along side. These men
are followed in a few days by a gang of farm
hand, who gather these beets cerefully, nnd
after they aro trlninisd, deliver them In the
seed huUso, Hsre they are scrutinized by
the men who selectcl them, as to shapi and
size, no Inferior shaped or defective rout,
nor any which weighs below 1 or nboro 2
pounds can pass ; tho rest go to tho factory
for sugar. Tho beets selected for their su
perior leaf formation, symmetry and size of
root, are immersed In n solution of common
salt In water having 7 Beauine. These,
swimming on this brine, speedily find their
way to tho lactory to bo sliced or grated ns
the case may be, while tlnne which sink In
the brine nre now Immersed In n still strong
er brine of 8 or 9 Ileaumo. Those floating
on the sumo iu turn are sent to the factory,
while the selected ones nre carefully preserv
ed during wluter to be planted In spring.
Tho man who has followed this process with
the greatest care, thereby producing a race
of beets which combine with the largest
percentage of Sugar they contain, nlso the
largest yield of beets per acre, and who gave
the beets In winch theso two combined char
acteristics have became permnneut,the name
of tho Imperial Sugar Beet, more than 25
years ago, and who has ever since applied
all his skill and energy to produce superior
beets and seed, 19 the justly celebrated man
ufacturer aud seed-grower, Ferd. Knaiter, In
Grobers, whose beets so far have carried off
the palm wherever they have been grown In
competition with any other. "The Vilmo
rin," a French beet, Is every year grown on
experimental fields alongside of the "Impe
perial," aud, though showing as high per
centago of sugar, has Invariably a less yield
In tons, and the root being prongy, having
instead of one central root three or four lat
eral ones, feeds largely on the surface soil.
The impossibility of procuring Imperial
Sugar Beet Seed in America Induced the
Government of New Brunswick to order a
large quantity of Mr. Ferd. Knauer, through
E. Th.G.; and while doing ho, aud in order
to give the American farmer in every Slate
the.opportumty of the genuine Imperial Su
gar Beet Seed, five tons have been imported
for distribution amongst farmers. Farmers
in any State of the Union, who wish to avail
themrelvesof this opportunity of making a
trial with the sugar beet, either for sugar
making, drying or feeding purposes, should
address a postal card to
38, Maiden Lane, New York.
TIIE TWO SIUUNIYS.
A good story is told of the Irish come
dian, Joe Murphy.
It was during the 'blue ribbon excite
ment last season, and Joe was journeying to
a small town In the vicinity of Pittsburg.
As the train steamed into the depot it was
boarded by half a dozen men, who, after a
hurried conference with tho conductor, ap
proached the commedian with beaming fa
'Mr. Murphy, I believe,' said tho spokes
man, hat in hand. '
'At your service, sir,' replied Joe.
'Delighted to meet you, sir. We are the
committee appointed to take you in charge,'
and they fairly dragged the astonished Joe
from the car, placed him In a carriage and
they were whirled swiftly away.
'Uod bless us,' thought the exponent of
Irish peculiarities. 'This is very kind Nev
er was in this town bfforo. A man's reputa
tion travels and that's n fi.ct.'
In a short time, having reached the hotel,
and thecoram!tte) having placed Joe in the
best parlor suite, prepared to depart. We
will ctll for you after supper, Mr. Murphy,'
said the spokesman.
Ono moment, gentlemen,' crb il St. Joseph
ns he pulled the cord vigorously. 'Waiter,
drinks for tho party.'
Drinks!' shrieked the conclave in a chor
us, 'l'rancia Murnbr. nre you mad V
'Francis Murphy,' repeated the peiplexcd
Joe. 'I am Joe Murphy, .the comediau.'
They saw it all, aud rushed wildly from
the room in search of the ttniperance npos
tle, who was even then toiling painfully from
tha depot on foot, lollug a huge carpet-bag.
Both Mr. Murphys drew large houses that
lllUN'T KNOW HIS BIZ.
One of the plumbing establishments of
Dinbury took in a new j jur the other day
He was from 11 hamlet over in New York
State, a little hamlet where he had worked
with his father. The diy after his arrival
there was a hurst in the water pipe of a
house over ou l'ine ttreet. He was told to
go over there aud attend to it.
Seeing the owner of the bouse in the shop,
lie went up to bim and got particulars of tho
break and then he made ready his tools and
Justus ho was passing out of the dooi the
proprietor saw Mm.
Where are you going V ho almost
The new man told htm.
'I)j you mean to tell me that ygu are
going up there to fix that pipe without ex
umlning it f he gaspad.
' by, I am going to look at it when I get
there, said the Uiv man.
'Merciful Heaven 1' ejaculated his employ
er, catching hold of his desk to support him
slf. 'tan it bo possible that you would do
ajobatone visit? Dju't you know your
business any better than that f Have you
no pride 111 your business? Why you'd ruin
the entire community lu less than a ytur.'
Aud tho speaker burst Into tears.
As soon as he grew calmer he explained
to the new man that he should first vitit the
house, make a thorough examination of
building, get the lay of the street, and the
the location of the nearest hydraut, go up
on the roo', and then return thoughtfully to
the shop for his tools keeping au accurate
record cl the time.
The plates of the ten-dollar Treasury cer
tificates were furnished on Saturday, but the
hooks will uot ba ope-ocd until April lit, in
order to accomodate the new loan to the in
terest dates of four per ccututn bonds. A
Washington dispatch says that the Treasury
is iu dally receipt of multitudes of letters
from all parts of the country on the subject,
and there la every indication that the new
loan will be very opu!ar.
LINIMENT IODIDE AMMONIA.
C'urcN nil I'a 1 11 In .tin 11 nml IIciinI
l'KOl.Argf-fl ITtkhi IKulllntf of tlm Wnmti.l A Won.
derf nl Cure. Nino 5 ears inr tvlto sunendlwltli this
terribio complaint. Miuaa attended by doctor al
ter iloctor, went lo tuo dirrercnt hospitals where fe
males tiro tri'iilcilt tried tliem all; wore bandages
and pessaries lthonly temporary relief. Her life
was miserable. Wo applied Dr. Ill es' Unlmeiit.
Her relief was Immediate, the Is now well.
40 West 13th s'.rect, New V01K.
I had twelve strokes of Paralt Ms. Mr leir. arm
and I. mguo were useless was oblled to usi n cath
eter fiery day. Doctor lilies' liniment lodldnof
Ammonia has eared n e. ill nastier any Inquiries
so that nit anllcted may know or It.
.ioiiv Ai'rki.. .No.-in itraniora, uonn.
Chestnut lllll. Philadelphia, April 24. It.
W. M. titles, K"q Dear Mr I used Jour lodldo of
Ammonta Mulmeut on l'lora Temple's hind nostern
Joint, Mia had been iUlto lamo tho tlTect was
wuiuieriiui boo wiihs now ipuiu nen. icry re
P. 8. I am now using It on Littleton's runnoro
A largo shoe boll on a valuable ouutf horso was
removed by Ulles' Liniment lodldo of Ammonia.
Carpets, ttsslun avo.. New York.
Asthma The tortures and ngnnlcsl endured for
six years, none but thoso uo have sunt red Willi
this terrible disease can know. My llfo was misera
ble, in desperation 1 irld Ul'es' l.tnlmoni Iodide ot
Ammonia. It tfavu mo Instant relief. Ucd It In
ternally as v. ell as externally,
127 west 2lh street. ow York,
1 was In a rireanrul condition. .Iclnts swollen,
Fain Intense, Injeetlons of morphine Into my ulhs
tiled to relieve me. (Hies Iodide, of Ammonia took
nwav tho deposits from mv Joints Iwnnteiery
ono who surfers to know what will euio them.
North Iljdo Park, Ijimmollioco. vt.
Another sufferer cured. Plsclianred from tho
MasMaeliusetla (leneral Hospital ns I'leuiatjle, v-nh
Inflammatory rheumatism lu my should -ra, lingers
and feet i suffered fearfullv fur three inrs, tried
ever thln.fi lost all hope. Dr. lilies' Mnlmcnl Iod
ide or Ammonia effected a cump'ete cure.
Ko. 79 IT.ino street. Fall lllver, .Mass.
Hpralns, splints, hrulses. Lameness In horses,
Giles' Liniment lodtds ot Ammonia Is a perfect spe
cinc. Mo person who owns a horso should bo with
W9 seventh avenuo New York.
In my family, and for the stock, I have used (met
Liniment Iodide of Ammonia. It Is unsurpassed,
nnd I am surprised at tho many different maladies
lu v.hlcli It Is applicable. 11 iru es tho utmost satis
faction. .Tonv J. Cartfk.
Superintendent Eastern Pennsylvania Experimen
(0 0. and II : and In Quarts at fuo. In which there
Trial size as cents .
Kor.rt bv am. DrVgoists.
N. J. III!NI)i:itSIIOTT, Agl.lor IllootmliiirK.
AiM.A'fl Anti-Fat la the inrat remedy fbr Corpu
Irnrv. ll U nurclv tpiti ULila and neiiVcUr barmlecs.
It acif on the food in the (tomacb, pnTrntltinlticon-
trralnn Into (SL Takrn ftpcortllnir to dln-ctlon5.lt
Will red. fftt ptmi ttm 9 lob ptMatls wctk.
In nine lu thlirt'Bietijrbtfore the public a poaU
II? e curt! for ottealtr. we do to knowing lu ablltljr to
curr, as aUt-olei hf Imndredi of tmtiroonlalh tf
which the following from a lady In Columbus. Ohio,
li a nararlei "Oentlenaen Your Anti-Fat w duly
recfhesl. I took It acrordhff to dirvctlons and tt
rpslurt-d me fire pouoda. 1 wm lo elated over the re
sult that 1 Immediately writ lo ACKKKJtUN'a drug
it lore for the second bottle.1 Another, a phjslclan,
writing for a natlenl from rroTldencc. !( Ii u
"Four bottle hare reduced ber weljciit from lw
poundl to 193 pounds, and there Is a general Improve
luent In htallh." A gentleman writing from Hot
ton, aa)it 44 Without special Changs or attention to
diet, two bottles of Allan's Antl-Kal reduced mc four
anu onoquarit-r pounds." 'ine wcii-anown w noie-
sale Druggets, Smith, Doouttlk & bMiTti, of Mot
ion, Mass., write at follows: Allan's j
i Anti-Fat lias
reduced a lady In our city aeren pounds In threa
wwi. a KCDUt-'uiau iu nu i
A ppntlruian In 8L Louis writes I Allan's
Antl-Kat reduced me twtUe pounds In three wet La,
aud altogether 1 have lost tnenty-flre pounds since
commencing iIiums" juessrs. i'owilll a rLinrrof.,
t)rugglsts, of Huffalo, N.Y..wrltet "TO
uzToua or Allan's Anti-I-'ati Oentle-
tti r IMinnm
men, Trie roi lowing report is rrom uie iaay who useu
Allan's Antl-KaL It (the Anti-Fat) bad thedeslred
effect, reducing the fat from two to Ore pounds a
week until 1 bad lost twcntr-fie pounds. 1 hupo
neier to regain what I have lost,'" Anti-Fat Is an
unexcelled blood-punnen it promotes digestion.
VUriUK U1IHIW, MM IB B1BU t l"JtrU ITUIW
Tsmnua. and la also a Potent remedy i
riieumatlsiu. bold bv druggists, rampuieton
lam. Boid bvilrueirlsti. ramrulet on Obes
ity sent on receipt of stamp.
110TAN1U MDICLN CO., rBOPH9, Buffalo, Jf.T.
Hv an Immense practice at the World's Dispen
sary and Invalids' Hotel, having treated many thou
sand eases of thos diseases peculiar to woman, 1
have been enabled to perfect a most potent and posi
tive remedy for tliese diseases.
To designate this natural specific, I have named It
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
The term however. Is but a feeble expression of
my high appreciation of Its value, based upon per
sonal obHen atlon. 1 hai e, while witnessing IU posl
tlro results In the special dlncatk'i lnctuuit to the
organWm of woman, singled It out as the rlbmu r
erowinliui cesa of my medical career. On its merits,
ns a positive, safe, aud tireclual remedy for this class
of diseases, and uoe that will, at all times and under
till elrcuiHfstaiues,act kindly, 1 am wtlllug to stake
my reputation as n pbslclant and so conOdentani
1 that tt will lint disappoint the most sanguine ex-iM-ctatlMis
ot a single Invalid lady who uses It for any
of the aliments for whirl) 1 recommend It. that 1 otfrr
mid fell It under A POSITIVE Ul'AltAXTKE, (For
condition-, see pamphlet wrapping bottle.)
'Ihe follow In a nre among thoM dltwases in which
luy Fuvorlte l'rccrlptlon lias worked cures, as If by
lu-igtc, an 1 v, lUi a ct rtaluty never U fore attalnetl by
any tiHxItcluut Leucorrlnea, ExcesalTe Flowing,
l'Muful Monthly l'trlod. burpn'sxloiis when from
unnatural causes, lrrtgularltlcs. Weak Hack, I'ro
lapuu, or Falling of the Uterus, Anteverslon and
l.'trj version, IWartng-down henHatlons, Internal
lli'ut, Nervous Depression, lkblllty. Despondency,
'Ihreatcncd Miscarriage, Chmulc Congestion, lu
lUrrennesa, or Sterility, and Fenial Weakness. I
do not extol this mellclne as a " cure-all," but It
ndmlrably fuMUs m tagleM or purpose being a
most perfeet Fpeclflc In ull chronic tlleases of the
ritual s) stem f woman, ll wiu not disappoint, nor
will It do barm, In any state or condition.
1 hose ho desire further Information on these sub
jects can obtain It In TllK I'soplCS Comuon bXNSK
3IIDICAL ADVl&EB, a book of over W0 pages, sent,
post-paid, on receipt of 11.60, It treats minutely of
hose diseases peculiar to Females, and gives much
valuable advice In rtfard to Uie tnanagement of
tho- adeetlons. , . a
It. V, I'lBItt'E, L D-JTop'r, WorliTs DUpCASarf
Ud LOTallds' lioUl, BoCsJo,. V.
estate or nuuiv wuite, m.cufiv,
Lrttrni f f aitralulstiatlon on tho Cbtate or William
White, lato or fccotl township, rolumbhioouuty, cle
ceastd, hae utcn granted by tho HeglsKr ot Bald
county to the undt rslirned Administration to whom
nil rersons Indebted aro lequesiod to make Imme
diate paj ment and those hating claims or demands
UKumsi me esuuo n iu uiaku uiem juiuwu iu iuu au-
luiiusiruiura wtuioui utiaj .
JOHN Mi WHITE,
C W. MlLLKIt, Atfy.
TlIOHia 11. lUKTUiN.
TUB RED FRONT,
TEAS, CANNED FRUIT,
Spicss of all kinds, Glass & Queens w:ro
Foreign and Domestio Fruits,
AND GENERAL LINE OF
4th doer below Market street, Bloomsburr It
iv ilooda dtintnd lo til intact ILetown
T EQAL BLANKS OF ALL KINDS
U un ui.hu at tut t en nil Ah onw
BLOOM SB URG STATE NORMAL SC H00L
SIXTH NOBMAL SCHOOL DISTRICT.
Bloomsburg, Columbia County, Pennsylvania.
Rav. D. J. WALLEr7Jt7a. M., Principal.
Tina SCMIOOI., an ftt p-writ conM ltutcd. oflers tho
lliiuainjfa spacious, inlungnnacommoaioua i completely neaieu uyminm. wen kuihwcu, u8iis- t
BPrlnjf watrr. , n,,
inSBiS? my "Snu a ii lioiTuctton til ill oVtmiKff to Swi Btffi at any tlrao. ltooins
t'ourncH or fttibiy prt'senwa uy mo Mate i
I. Mtxlel SclM)l. II. Prepamtory. III. Klementary. I , Clw-sical.
A.ljunet a.nr : I Acji.lprulc. 1 1. Commercial. HI. Cour in Music IV. Course in Art.
The Kleinontary sclentinc and L'UisMcat Courses
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and thetrUleiitsaaMudent4!. To all such It promises
1IO.V. 11,1,1AM i;,Wi!m I'real.lrnt Konrl
CALL AND SEE
bjjkjb Has aib
Mens' Overcoats from
Mens' Suits from $6 00.
Good Working Pants 90 cents.
Good Wool Hats for 75 cents.
Winter Caps from 40
Boys (Japs from 25cents.
Good Working Shirts 50 cents.
Good White Shirts,
Mens' Socks, 3
GALL AN0 SEE
At the Popular Stare of
THE ORIGINAL & ONLY GENUINE
" Vibrator" Threshers,
MOUNTED HORSE POWERS,
And Steam Thrciher Ungioci
Hide onl toy
HATTI.E CIIKHK, MICH
HE MntchieB, GralnHnTlDffr Time
GRAIN Rn!cr will not Hobmlt to the
vuuiiimmm WMtanefOratB A in lnirrir .rk by
tlx vilitr sucliluc, wbta ouc pujuJ ku tU tuthivtc.
TIIK KNTIUK Tbreshlntr Expense
tftBJ flta 1 1 'I tal iuuHttra Is uia.it kf
tM kxtr Urtia blVLO I j 11mm tmyruJ ?Whlntt
NO TlorcWIns Hhnn Tovldo the 8epa
tur. fe.Ultrvt (nrit l.tiia IMrt( I'lrkvi. lUJalac,
a4 ') or)) llm-wuUnf a 1 r rsiD-wwilof rvnpiw
rtllou. rtTtvtif Uplril t H Klm)anl CotvJUlwi of
Uikia, VTtlwDijr, Uwfsr Hunt, Udit ItoaiL
NOT only Vnatly Bnnerlor for Whet
IMtt, lUiUy, tt,rwl likm UrUua. tui lb oxt,T bwo
cvmIuI Tbnr la PUi, Ttrnothy, UllUt, CtoTr,d
llkFd. Rqnlrr bo HkiUcbaHBU" T ntfttll4lB "
WcUsp frvtu brain wbtlA
MAUVEI.OUS for Simplicity of Parts,
value llua etMfhWf 11m usuaj iUll B4 Uta,
tf UtUrluca r bcaiiirtat.
STEAM Vawcr Thresher n HpeclaLty.
a Htui U h)iuitM UMtte f (irrwJj lor Muit tr.
OUR Unrl ruled Fleam Thresher Ea
hum, lui VlubL4 Imimvibmiiii ud UutlMUr
IV Thorough Workmanship, Eleraat
tinUU, 1'vriw iwii of t'&ru. CiiiMM of tUv"Mt,
to., our Yiru,,TUrLr uuiAu on lcafrtt,
FOR Partloalurs, call on oar Dsalers
Jan. 10,-m r
ESPY PLANING MILL.
Ttie undertlgned lessteft tneEipy I'laiJliir MUI.
U pn iured to da all IttuiLt or mill wirlt.
Boors, Frames, Sash. Bliofls, etc.
male to order on short notice.
TSA8, SV Hill's, COFFE, SUOAB, JlOLASaEH,
kici, iricii, iicm eoni, ic, to.
N. E. Corner Eocond and Area siroU,
tvorders will recelre prompt attention.
very best racllUea tor I To rpaMonw ana imi '""'"ft VnrnUhofi with a bountiful suonly ol pure(Bbtt
, A ,n..ai ihr.irt.Art. Tiiactnllne. firm but kind, uniform and thorough. Expense
aro IMIOFKS3IOXAU and turnouts aauainff inerein, n-xcMin i-nrtiiicatea
i uiimuTs.;uwa ni3w,, i "'
It u11rlta Vrtnni luiranna iT 1 SinillLlL"! 11UU
aid In devdoplnir their powers, andahunaant oppouuumua iur m
w mm mi
Mens' Vests from 50 cents.
linen fronts 65 cents.
pairs for 25 cents.
cltatntttor new inrenttoni.orfor improrrmentt
on old one, for med tea I or other compou ndt, trade
markt and labels, Caveatt, A$ignment$t Inter
ftrtnett, Avpealt, Suits for Infringements, and
an casts arising unaer ins j'atem J.atc, prompt
Ip attended to Inventions that have been
ly the ratent Of.
fee may stilt, in
mnst eases, bs
patented by vs. htxug vupottte Vie U. S. Patent
department, and engaged in Patent business ex
clusively, tcf ean make closer searches, and securs
Patents mors promptly, and with broader claims.
inaniump wno nre remnmrom Wash in gton.
imu us a m (Hi
fi nr sketca of
vour device: tea
fret of charge. All correspondence strictly eon
JtdentiaU Prices low, and A O CUAltUV IW-
aess rATi;yr js sccuni:n.
Ws refer in, Waiktnitnn, to Hon. Postmaster
General D, J. Key, Rev. F. I. Power, The fierman
American National Bank, to oSlctals in the V. ti.
Patent 0$ce,and to Senator s and Pcprcntntatiret
fore's: md etpeeially to our clients tn every
Opposite i'utcnt ujjiie, Uashinyton, D, a
H. C. SLOAN & MO.
Carriages, Bnggiee, Phaetons, Sleighs,
PLATFORM WAGONS, fic
Ftrat-claaa iroikjalwayi onlnand.
WtPAlRINO NEATLY DONE.
Prioea reduced to nlt the- times,
Jn. e, im-ll.
ALL TllK NEWS.FOR BREAKFAST.
Full Astioclated Vreuu DcHpuf cIcn
COMriETK LOCAL HKI'OllTtl.
NEW8 FROM THE ENTIRE WORLD.
Arranetmenta hare ten eompleu-d ror tie Issue ol
tno Uallj- "liecerd ol tLe Tlm8, or Wlltea-Uarre
I'a., aa a mornlne paper, conuinlns full Aksociatoii
rresaoeapattnea rrom tne entire world. wlUi eneclal
itnlllreacri Hloomaburr in time tor deu?
itrrlbere eah mornlnir by noon aad wlH be
by noon aad wlH be regu
at the rate ot Fllty Cenu per
larly served to patrons
auuui, la aurance.
The nrt numb., will h. luai
In, uaren M ut. an Agent wanted in em town
andnamleu or lurtlnrpartlcalara address
RECORD OF THE T1UE8.
ncan aite money raster at work for us Inan at
BJiyUdnirelM Capital not required; wewul
-ntJ.n'luliUl0ls- MeB' ""men, boya and Klrla
tW.UV.e.ry'"',r' 10 c'k 'or ua. New tfuS
?5 f"? e"""" terms tree. AddreMTaci
Co., Augusta, Maine. Ilartn u, is-iy
THll FAT II OS nU W1IB
ROWEIL k pKtSMAN
. Advertising Agents.
1HIHP A CHESTNUT SI a , Jl.LOUla, Hi
reserved when desired.
V. Cource in Physical Culture.
IU U1U UlUUi VJ HI 11 el mni v -
ntmnrovc their time
------- - -r - ,
F 1 wamKK, secretary,
C. 23. SAVAGE,
rr nemovedtoUio rostofflco bulldlns, nrsTdoor
aboro tho Kstuwge Hotel.
aii kinds or WatohpB. clocks and Jewelry neat
ly repaired and warrantca.
may w. -io-ii
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES!
We will sell tho Very TJcst Family
For Twenty-Five Dollars
on an ornamented Iron stand and Treadle, with
walnut top and drawer, and necessary Attachments
and deliver It at any Railroad Depot in the United
Freo of Charge.
These machines ore warranted to do the whole
line of Family Sewing with more raptdliy.moro ease
ot management, and lcs ratlguo to the operator
than any maculno now In use. send for a Circular.
Every machine warranted for three years.
Agents wanted in Un:c:upied Territory.
Centennial Machine Co., Limited
'729 FH.EEKTST., PnibADEU'IlU, I'A,
Oct. 4, Is-tin.
S. W. Douglass,
Civil and Mining Engineer,
General Surveying and Engineering
Business attended to with Care
i am prepared to make drawings, Ilaus and
Models In Wood, lirass, Iron, or the above material
combined as nooeasary of
Bridges, Mines, Breakers, Ealldinjs, Engines,
PUMPS, and all kinds of machinery for us ot cases
at Court or for applications to secure patents.
Palrnl. Secured march S2.ft-
The most extensive Manufacturers of Billiard
Tables in existence.
TieJ.M. Brnnswick & Balke Co.
CHICAGO, CINCINNATI, ST. LOUIS
724 Broadway, Now-York.
Newest and moil elegant st1es of
AT LOWEST PRICES.
Elegant Parlor, Dining, Library and DJ.
Hard Tables combined, size 3x6; slate
l-d, perfect cushions, complete with balls
anil cues, $50.
Addrcu bkliever house is nearest your city.
Ins J, M. Bnmiwicx 4 Blke (X
WM. F. BODINEi
IRON ST., BELOW (SECOND, ULOOMSUUKO, PA.
Is prepared to do all kinds ot
ri&lu and Ornamental,
LOTH DECORATIVE AND PLAIN,
All kindd or Furniture Itcimlrcd
uutl made an good ax new,
NONE DOT rilWT-CLABS WORKMEN EMPLOYED
XUtlmatei Blade on all Work,
WM. F. 110D1NE.
Oct. 1, 1811.
leb. 14, u-u r
The Scasido Library.
rhfilM hnnl-M nn Innwr fnr Ihn tPW Only. ThO best
stnmlard noels nlildn the renrh nf every one.
Hooks usually sold rrom tt to n ulven (unclmnffed
ana unapuaifeaj tor iu nnu xw nmi,
lot. A N. Wo Mte, by MIsi SIUUK'K
lu Hard Times by Llmrlos lilckeni
ion. A llravo l.ndy, by Mls Miilnck
tot. lTept)' liny. Iiy lolin lianlin ,
ltis.AtthoHignof llio Hlver lUgon.by 11 h
1(9 lliomasler 1 1 Ibo Creylar.di, by Mrs Henry
"oo" . . .. .
IfiT. HlntIo-o'.tlrss by ti I, rnton
m. 1 ho wa Hlnsr, by Caitoln "iiirjftt
lio! Hie turn nr foieralinm. ti. 1'lorenroMarryatlCo
111. A Tour nl llio worm in rigmy i'ujn,uy
119. Hard rasli. br rbntles ltemln
119. tloWon nrnln, b.i n I, I'ntjwn
114. iiarrcn .inrHiium, uy itis .ii i. i.iuuuuj.
II . Vlltlilntua MB7r,bv Mrs 11 Wood
lilt lnntlrif. ti. t. II U'nlfnrtl
lit. 1 ho female Minster, by r! t lea
lid.liri'at Kxpi'etailoiis,liyO lilckens
119. reimnti, ny hoitiico .uninai.
no. itornnneeor a I'oor Younu A.nn, byt) leu
lllet 1st. A I Ifo for a Lite, by Mlis Mulock
lsi 'lliel rirnfi'iniiaii,byt'iiptiilii Marryat
lw. IrMi lgeii'ii. by ninuel lner
184, squire 1 let tin's Heir, by Mia II Wood.
W Mary lioilon, by Mm iinM.tll
1M. l.rema or my Father's Hii.by It 1) Illack
moro U7. Mv Udy 1 iidloir. by rs (lakdl
1. I'oii-ln I'hllllpH, bl .MlRlli lkrll
iw.Hio Mandirluif Jew, (in tail) by Kiigono
U. The Wnnclerlnc Jew (2 1 half) by Knircno Suo wo
lao.H'rmoiisoutt.rrliimli, I'j Ml'sMuiock loo
11. Mubarl Mrop-oir, bv .lutes Vernn W
131..lack lilnlnii. In t'birKs leiir WW
1J. Tlie Duchetsof lio-n'iiiury Ijine, by II L l ap
181. .My mother's t lfi, by Amelia D Hdworda
135. Anolli.Tstliisbnnil, by Mb .unlock
isn. KiitloMeivnit, by Mriollplunt
187. A Held In a cloud, by cluing leu r
1 h. IMini He I'ust Hit, Iij .Inints I nine
189. Umiloirs Heart. b 11 1. FurJi'Cti
I4. 'I he. IjhIv l.lle, b.v Ml"s .11 li Hrndilon
141. .Masb'iii'nn Kendy.bi tuptalii narriat
1(1. The llenclotth" I iimlly, by MN Mulock
ua. tiih llnunlfil 'inwi r. I.v ln Henrv nod
114. 1 ho Twin I leiiiermiils bv Alexander IMimas 1oo
143. nair a iniiiiou (ii money, ny ampim ii. i.u
wwrdi 110. Charles O'Malley, Iho Iilsli Dragoon, by
I'ver, (Trlp'n No)
14T, Hull In, Iho Heeler, bv Captain Marrjat
141. , HluoMiicklnir. bi An .lei:dards
119. .Ionium Mnrvil, by ll I. Car' on
150. Mldfhlpman Las' , byt'iiptnln Mnrrint,
131, 'I he muslin tijpsy, by ilen Imruai
13;. Arlliur n'Mnry, by Ui irles U'ler
153. Ward of Wlfi-f
134. A 1'olntot Honor, by AnnloKdwardi
1M. 'I he I 'ount nr Monle-crMo. Ab't Dumas
1M. Tho Klnu'mmn, by enpt. Mnirint
157. Hand and illoie, by Amelia 11. Ul wards
15S Treasure Troie. by Samuel I nur
I.-.9. The r unntom -liln, by cn)tnln Marryat
iimi. I lie niaeK I imp, ny lexauuer iiumiua
ini, i no norm lieu ur.1, i;. i.ynu
Irt5. Fhlrlev th.irlfittn lllonLl
ira. Krnnk Mlldmay, by i nptnln Jlnrrvnt
ir.i. a vounir Min-'sMory, llnrrlcl liourn
1CI.A Modem iMnli'crOol.Di'hevily Hovel
inn. Tho 1 nsl Aldtnl, liv 1 iwtkh fnnd
10". Hie Oue. i.'a Neiklaee, by ilex liumas
liw. con t reffan, by 1 harl'-s U'Ver
ira. H. I'ntriek'K l.ie.liy Charles Lcier
I.e. Newton Korster, 113 captain Mnrrjat
171. llo'.taire to Koituue, by Miss ItrmMon
17a. chevalier de Mnlon llouire, by inimtia
173,.inplut in K-arcu or a l'atner. by captain
174. Kate o'lionoghue. by Charles Iver 20c
175. 1 he Pacha or Many Tales capl nln Marryat 100
176. 1'erclval Keeno by Captain Marryat loo
117. tieorce Canterbury's Will, by Mrs. Henry
ITS l.'nie Oood Luck, bv It. K. l'rancllllon 100
179. Tho History of n Crime, by Victor Hugo 100
1H). Armilade, by llkle Collins voc
IU. The countess do charny, Ale Pumas 100
1S2 .lulletsiiuarill.in,byMiK.caineron loc
1S3. Kenllworlli, by fclr Walter scot t iOa
1M. Tho Littlo Savage, by Captain Marryat 100
Kr. "nood-lie sttet llieart." by llhnda hroURton 10c
iiavm copperneia, d.v unaries uicKcns
ls7. Nanon,b Alexanderliumss
l'S. Tho Swiss 1'amlly lloblnson
Henry lumbal, by Miss IlratMon
19u. Memoirs of a l'hjftlel'in. by Alex liumas
101. The Hi roe Cutters, by Captain Marryat
102. 1 he con.splrators. by Alexander Human
103. Heart of Midlothian, sir Walter seott
114. No Intentions, bv I'lorenee Marrjatt
103. Isabel of Haiarla, bv Alexander liumas
IPO. r leholas lekleby, by Charles Dlcl ens
197. Nnnry by lihoda irotr.rhion
10s I in. In f'lir.nrlii. liv I'nntiiln Mnrrvnt.
199. 1'lol ts and the Hearth, bv Chas. heade
soo.lhe Monk, by Matthew 11. Levis. 21. r.
(Monk Lew ls. loc
201. Catharln" Ilium, by Alex Dumas IPC
tat. Mr. Mini's I no story by ceorito Eliot 1i
203. Cluster and the Hearth, by Chna, 1 eado 21K:
204. Tho Ynunp Llanero, v. II. ?. Klnirston 19c
20). 'I Uo misleiles ot Paris, (1st naif) by Eugene
)3. The misterlesof Paris. (2d bain by Euccnc
20a. Poison of Asps, by Florence Marryat l(tc
207. '1110 unuarvn ot the cw forest by cact.
20s. North and South, by Mrs. Haskell 2tic
209. A.Ienelof a Clrl uie
210. Younft Mugraie,by Mrs. OUphant loc
211. ItandoloU i.ordon. by "Ouldv' loc
212. l'.rliradlerl'redcrlck, bv Erckmann-Chatrlan loc
218. liarnaby Iludpe. by Chas. Dickens 20c
214 illiistowe, by Mi-s. Lellh Adams 10c
215. 11 rds of Prey, by Miss Ilrartdon 20c
210. 1.eKcn'ls rf tho Mack alch, by .If mes Orantlor
217. Tne sad l'ortunesof l:ev. Amos llartou, by
(leorire Dlot 10c
21s. nombey and son, by cnnrlcs Dickens
219. My Own Child, by l'lorene Marryat 103
aw. neorce canieruurc s 11111. ny Mrsr uenry
221. Poor Zeph, by V. W. ltcblnson loc
222. Lastof tho Mohicans, bv .1. F. cooper loc
223. Hie Marriage Verdict, by liumas loo
224, The Deer slayer, by .1. F. cooper loc
2-:5. Two IX stlnlea. by Wllkle Collins loc
22a. 1 he Path Finder, by F. .1. cooper l"c
22T. Hannah, bv Miss Mulock lec
22s. Hie Heirent'sliiusliter.byDumas 100
229. Tho Pioneers, by .1. Fenlmoro Cooper 111c
230. Littlo i.ranu and the .Marchioness, by
211, Tho Prairie, by ,T. l'enlmore cooper 103
232. A Pork Night's Work, by Mrs. Haskell loc
233. The Pilot, by J. l'cnlmoro cooper 110
234. 1 no 1 enoer itecoiitctions 01 ireno Macciii.
215. a n open Verdict, by Miss Hraldon Mc
s. snepiieras nu nnu maiaens rair, oy ivaiter
liesnnt nnd .lames nice 10c
til. 11 annenng lieir, ny diaries lieado 10c
23s. Heatrlce, by .lulla Knianairn 20c
xj9. ..o 1 norouifniare, uy unai les uickeus and
HUkie Collins 10c
240. The Uurel Hush, by Miss Sluloek loc
241. Trlcolrlu, by iulda" 20c
242. The 1 hreo Feathers, by William Black ice
xu. iiisv iiitiioi.uy Ljiuy iiarav kc
ut. 1 no i nree tiuarasinen. oy Dumas
243. .lack Manij. by James drant i(,e
21a. Peg Wonincton, by Charles Ueado lee
at. .iiaruu i.nu7iewu. uy lilLKens 2''C
ii-, iii fan uuu i-uevau uuu iibses, oy ii, l. Far-
249. Cecil Castlemalne's Rage, by "Oulda" 100
250. No Name, by llkle cuiiins 20c
2.11. Lady AU'leVS Seen I. bv Miss 51. 1:. Ilrnddnn Inn
252. Hard to Ilear.by c.eorgl.itina .M. Cralk loc
233. s Ti ue Man, by M O. Mlrllnc
251, The Octoroon, bv Miss liraddon
255. Iathair, by night Hon. II. Disraeli
250. Lord oakburn's Daughters, by .Mrs. Henry
237. That Hoy ot Norcott's, by Lever
!5s. I'hll'ls. 'Hie Duchess
259. Valentine Vox, (1st half) by Henry Coekion we.
l aientino iox, (a u.ui) by Henry Coektou 200
.uv. i,a, iuiic a luutriuiiuve, Ul ,Jiss si, k
2t. Is -Mlserables-rnntlne, bv Hugo
202. Is Mlserables-Coseite, by Hugo
;a ..iiaciuiPi-v.iIuriUS, U JIUO
204. Um Mlserables-st Dennis, by nuo
2i. Les MIseraMes Jean Valltan, by Hui
so. Jacob Faithful, by cai tain Mai ryat
207. 'I lie Last of the Haddons, br Mrs. Newman loc
-os. l oriy-nvetiuarasmen, by liumas eno
'!! US' asa iioo is she, by Jlhoda Droughton loc
270. The Jilt, by chas lteade jj
'"'UD Jta,t (iiujDuiau, tisi nan) oy samuel
m urrcn "0c
sit. Tho Diary of a Physl.lan(2d half) by Samuel
079 Tlial1il,lnlnntl..ll,.rii. . . . w
"""vui,ui, uy tuancSDICk
273. snarleyyow, bycapt.jilarrvat
274. Ten Thousand a Year,( 1st ha
halo by Samuel
271. Ten Thousand a Year (2d half) by ramuel
2"5. shadow on the Threshold, by Mary Cecil
270. The Pago of tho Duko of Savoy, by Alex
Dumas " '
277, Ilrother Jaeob, by (lenrge Eliot
279, six Years Later, oy Alex. Dumas
279. a Leaf In I he storm, by "Ouidt"
Sso, The H reck ot Hie "tirosveuor"
2il, Lady Maralwut'a Troubles, by "Oulda''
2s2. 1'our Jack, bycoptam Marrjat
23.1 ii enty Years Alter, by Lumas
2s. Oilier TnUI. bv Chnrl 1 ,1, L . a
IS ffiMi!? fcSiSS ' Broughtonioc
27. lelgbton tlr.nge
S1' I'l'-l'":"'''" l' J,rs ITcry Wood
2o. A Chrlslmis Carol, bye. Dickens
290. Dick Rodney, by James Grant
29!. Olive, by MIsh Mulock
",'"''Thoma3C'0mctU ox'he fal1." "' Annlo
293. Tom Crosble.by samuei Lover
294. Tho tiguvles, by MM Mn'ock
M. Lost tor Loie. by Ms llrsddon
i?r ot (,6t """ "J" Cuatles
m-&$r liurkc bt "oms" M Half) by Charles
297. The Haunted .Man. by Charlns Dickens
22' ,p il11 rnu1' Alex. DimS
299. By Proxy, by James Pain
ter m"a 8 Arb0, hy Jam(s BaM Wl-
?rJSe aU I'ooHsellers and Newsdealers or
sent postage prepaid, on receipt of price. '
u ,. oloroe .MUNito, Inibiisher.
aug '' M Va"1ter at, N. Y.
(A Medicine, not u Drink,)
HojiHiuh,,, .lli.n.l, altc,
And tho l'uro.t nnd leat Qaalltiesof
all other Hitters.
All rilut... ...-
SIOOO IN GOLD
m "?: 9Z?3h "" Pam Mitt
tithe CheatitMl. j
M lt IT MOTKM ihiwp...
3 OtWIUU tviHuniub
TIt H15BT ttV AU
Unrivaled in Appearance,
Unparalleled in Simplicity,
Unsurpassed in Construction,1
-3 Unprecedented in Popularity,
And Undisputed in iho Broad Claim
0. DtlNO THt
vitnv miBT ornitATipjo
Most Torfeet Gcwlng Machlno
in tug vortLD.
7he area I popnlarlly ol tha Whllo Is (ha most c:n.
tlneinl tribute i to Us cxctt'cnco (M superiority
cicrolhtr machines, and la suMr.lttlnii It to the
trade we out II upon lis nerlfs, nnd la no Inslanco
has It ever yd tailed to sail:! cay tccommcniatlon
la lis favor.
The dtmand IsrliieWhlla has lneroat"d lo suth
nntilcnl thai wo ore ntav compelkd ta turn out
X. Cexnploto Ca-wliifjr 2Ca.eli.irio
ovory tliroo iTriliia.oa
t3a.o lay ta cnyply
Cvery machine Is warranled (or 3 jcars, and
soldlor e-ih at liberal discounts, cr upon eay
pafmer.l;, to sull the convenience cl custcmc j.
eaj-A5IKI5 VAKK3 III TOCCSTKa JUBIK:?.
WHITE SE'JINQMACHINE CO.,
N 3S3 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, Ohio.
J. Saltzer, Agcnl,
Oct. 25, lslj-cm
RAIL ROAD TIME TABLES
OHTHKltN CENTKAL KA1MVAY
VINTi:n TIME TABLE.
On and niter Sunday. Noieinbcr 10, 1S7,tho trains
on tlie Philadelphia & Lrln Ila IroDd Division will run
as rolloivs :
ErloMall leaiesl'hlladelphU 1153pm
" " llarrlsbuiir 4 25 am
" " Mllllam iirt 8 85am
" Jcrsej short 0 07 ' m
" " lacU Ilaien 9 40 am
' " Hcnovo 11 o IB
" arrive at Lrio 7 n i m
Niagara Kxrress leal es Philadelphia 7 20 it in
" nrr, nt Mllllsmsport 'ieopin
" lockllmen 3 21 n in
Fast Lino leaves Phllailcli hla 11 41 n m
" HsnhburET s I.- p in
" orrlvo nt Wllllamsuort 7 21 p m
" " Lock llaun S4ojim
EAST W A 1(1).
Pacific Kxpress leaves Iick Haven fl 40 a m
" " Jersey sl.oro 7 ll u in
" ' iillllamsport 7 as urn
" arrive at llnrrisiHirir ltrinm
. " " Philadelphia 3 ii) p in
Day Kxpress leaves Iek Haven 11 20 u in
' VMtll.nnsport 12 40 pm
" arrive nt liHtiburif 4Pipm
' Philadelphia 7 20 p m
Erie Mall leai es Henovo St.lpm
" " Ixick llaient l)41inn
" " Millli-rsport llii5)im
" arrives at Harrlfciiurtf 24111111
" " Philadelphia liontn
Fast Line leaves UlilUiusport 12115 am
" nnlves at llarrlibnrt' arsiim
" " l'hlladelpula 7 40 a m
Parlor cars will run between Philadelphia and
WlUanisport on Nlapara Lxpiess tvet, Lrle Lxprevs
webt Phllad 'lphla Kxpress ea-t, D ly Kxpress east
and Sunday Express east, fcleepluy cars on all night
WM. A. BALDWIN,
VrOItTHEHX CESTHAL IIAILW.VY
On and aftt r November 20th, 1S73, 1 rains will leave
sunbury as tollows :
Erlo Mali 5.20 a. m., anlvcElmlra 11 .5
" Cnnandalgua. .3.3 p. m
Hochcster s.15 "
Niagara 9 40 "
Iionovo accommodation 11.10 u. m. arilieA.Ullam'-
port 12.55 p. in.
Elmlra Mali 4.16 a. m arrive Elmlra 10.20 n. u.
lludalo Express 7.15 a. m. nrrlvo liullalo s.M a. ni
Uuflalo Express 2.W a. m. arrive Ilarrisburg 40 a.
" Haltlinoro8.40 1
Elmlrallall 11.15a. m., arrive IlarilsburKi.tOp.n
" Washington 10.S0 "
" Halttmor 0.30 "
" Wavhlngton8.M "
Ilarrlsburg accommodation s.40 p. m. arrive Harris
burg 10.50 p. m.
arrlvollaltlinoro 2.25 a, ra
" Washington 0.13 "
Erlo Malll2.65 n. m. arrive Ilarrlsburg 3 05 a. m,
" Ualtlmoro 8.40 "
" Washington 10.85 "
All dally except Sunday.
D. M. HOYD, Jr., (leneral Passenger Agent
A. J. CAS3ATT. General Manager
pilILAIJELl'IIA AND HEADING HOA D
ARRANGEMENT OF TASSENC Elt
NOV. 10, 1S78.
TRAINS LEAVE ItCTEKT AS IOU OWS(SCKDAV EXCLrTt
Tor Now York, l'hlladelpula, Heading, Potttitlle
Tnmaqua, c, 11,15 a. m
For Catawlssa, 11,45 u. m. 7,21 and 7,r.5 p. m.
For Wllllamsport, 6,29 0,05 a, in. nnd 4,00 p. ra.
TUAINS FOR KUl'ERT LEAVE AS FOLLOWS, (SCPAV El
Loavo New York, 8,45 a, ra.
Leave Philadelphia, 9,45 a. m.
Leave Heading, ll.tsa. m., Pottsvlllo, 12,39 p. m
andTamaqua, 1,45 p. m,
Lcavo Catawlssa, 0,20 6,50 a, m. and 4,00 p. m.
Leai e Wllllamsport ,9,45 a.m,2,15 p. m. and 4,50 p. m
Posatngers to u nd from New York: and pliUtdd
phla go througa u uhout change of cars.
J. E. WOOTTEN,
C. G, HANCOCK,
. General Ticket Agent,
Jan. 11, IS70 tf.
E LA WARE, LACKAWANNA
Tlmo-Tablo No. 89, Takes effect at 4:1'
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