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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBTJ EG, COLUMBIA COl NTY, PA.
A lluncurlnn ( My Under Water.
, .calamity to which Hungary lint long
'considered peculiarly llablo lias over
Ven Sifgfilln, tho second commercial
town of ihtt country. At nlglit-tall on
the 12'.h Inst, total darkness eclipsed what
was n few lioura before n prosperous city.
but Is now little more than a waste of
Tho Rivers Thelss overflowed, despite tho
precautions that had been talcen from the
moment the danger of such tin necurreiico
Wis observed, and within three hn.tirs the
town was Inundated.
The scenes that ensued defy description
for, to add to the situation, the tremendous
currei t undermined the foundations of the
hulldlnps in which the Inhabitants llvfd or
bad sought shelter, find nmld shriek", cries,
and frantic appeals lor all that It was Im
possible to render, the structures went crash
ing Into the flood, carrying with them the
Inmate. Kven tho synagogue, to which
many people hail flown fur Kfuge, was not
spared by the waters, hihI fell In, burying
hundred in Its ruins, Thn practical oblit
eration tf the gsa works suggested anew
dltress to the minds of the survivors, and
this proved only too real. When daylight
faded they were left at the mercy ol the tor
rent, unable to perrete what fresh danger
threatened them, and til H state of prostra
tlon from which death would have been a
Some years ago thn Government received
proposals from an KimlMi engineer to fur
nish a remedy fur the tmiiidali'in which the
Theiss has threatened each spring, but the
exOJe of the cuii'tructl m of the series
of canals which he deemed essential to his
scheme was considered too great, and his
proposition was dismissed on that account.
Had it been accepted, the terrible disaster
now reported might never have occurred.
The Thelss TUza in Hungarian has sit
many tributaries that it is invariably swol
len at the lime of the year when the ice be
gins to melt, and It has long been looted
upon as liable to cause great destruction to
property, although tbe possibility of nich
a catastrophe as that which has submerged
an entire city could scarcely have been con
templated at the moment the English cngi.
ueer's scheme was discarded as entailing too
heavy an expense. This rich river It is a
saying with the Hungarians 'hat the Theiss
has more fish than water rises In the county
of Marmaros, in the north-east, flows west
ward to Tokay, then south-west to Szolnok,
when it turns south, und enters the Danube
south of Titel ,near the southern boundary of
Hungary. It is navigable throughout most
of its entire length of COO miles, and is
bordered by marshes, moors, soda lakes, aud
swamps. For nearly 300 miles its lower
course is parallel with tho Danube, aud from
about the beginning of tbe present century
it has been connected with that river by the
Francis Canal, which shortens the mute
down its waters and up those of tho larger
river 106 miles.Its principal tributaries are
tbe Hodrog, Ilernad, Sajo, and Zagyva, on
the right, and the Szaraos, Koros.and Maros
on the left. Besides Sezegcdin, it flows
through such largo towns as Csongrad,Z uta
and Old Becse-Szegedin called Szeged by
the Hungarians is situated on the right
bank of tbe Theiss, aud opposite tho mouth
of the Maros, ninety-six mileo souh-east ol
Pesth, and fifty-five miles west of Arad. Its
population was between seventy and eighty
thousand, and consisted chiefly of Magyars
and Slays. The city stood in a marshy plain
and was divided into a central town, or
Falanka, in which the residences of the
merchants were grouped around an old for
tress built by the Turks in the sixteenth
century, and containing extensive barracks,
a house ot correction, and a church of its
own ; an upper and a lower town, and new
Bzegdin, situated on the east bank of the
Theiss, and reached by a bridgo of boats.
Besides the synagogue the inhabitan Is com -prised
many Jews there were six Itoman
Catholic churches, a Catholic gymnasium, a
beautiful Greek church, and on) or two con
vents. Tho market place was very large,
and among tho places of amusement was a
Reliant o had been placed upon several
large dykes which protected the back of the
town, but these gradually succumbed to the
force of tbe water, and the inhabitants per
ceived that their only sufetylay in strenijth
cning the embankment of the Alfold Kail
way. Desperate efforts were made through
out Tuesday night, but early yesterday
morning a gale arose, and, aided by this, the
water broke through, carrying away part of
the embankment and the rollit g stock of
tbe railway, and rushing in broad streams
toward tbe town. Th's was at 3 o'clock.
Many persons had remained up throughout
the night, anticipating some such danger,
aud these fled at once. Others, aroused by
the roar of the great body of water, sprang
from their beds and hurrying on some cloth
ing, sought refuge on the housetops. At
day-break tho town was many feet deep In
water, and the inhabitants had begun to re
alize the extent of their calamity. Here
and there a house, leas substantial than its
neighbors, tottered and fell with a crash,
and it frequently happened that at the mo
raeut a boat was near a window from
which half distracted people were appeal
ing for aid, tho whole edifice would suc
cumb to the torrent, amid the piteous
shrieks of the inmates. Such of the inhabi
tants a were so fortunate as to be able to do
so fled to New Szegedin and more elevated
parts of the town, hurriedly crossing tbe
bridge of botts which separates the uew
city from the old. As the day wore on
whole rows of houses fell and the flood
gained such headway that it submerged
fully two-thirds of tbe town, including the
citadel and post and telegraph offices. Be
aides the synagogue.the orphanage succumb
ed, burying its inmates in the ruins, and two
manufactories were discovered to be In
flames. Noexcesses wero observable, how
ever, on the pirt of the Inhabitants, pre
cautionary measures having been taken for
the protection of property. Duriur tbe
afternoon tbe dams were cut In several
places to allow the water to run off; the
flood was still rushing with au awful roar
over the city, and the practical destruction
of the town was complete. Happily, how
ever,whlle there was much excitement there
was no disorder, and such of the inhabi
tants as could be removed were conveyed to
a place of safety by men who seemed to re
tain their presence of mind to a greatertje
greetban might have been expected.
At Pesth active measures were taken to
send assistance to the afflicted city ; the
municipal authorities directed that relief
trains bo prepared without delay, and ac
commodations for fugitives were provided
in the barracks aud public buildings of tho
Tbe Government sent 40,000 florins for
the relief of the Inhabitants. This gener
osity does not save It, however, from being
violently attacked by the Radicals in the
broughtDiet for having neglected to take pre
cautious against tbe calamity, Every hour
intelligence of fresh disaster. It appears
that 100 fejuate miles in tho vicinity of
Sezgedin were flooded and the crops in that
district totally ruined.
At the latest accounts the water had risen
five feet more, and the situation was becom
ing more and more critical,
Sixty, thousand person wcro without a
roof to cover them. The upper house wcro
crammed with spectators In momentary fear
It was thought that some few stono houses
might sttnd. The loss of life had, It was
feared, been terrible, and It was certain to
be increased during the night of terror.
l'KKl) A UiUK CHUN MEAL..
It's t onseno to say It makes no difference-
what you feed to jour milk cow. The
qnali y of the milk, cream and butter de
pends very much upon the feed ued, A
little experience of our own inoy be worth
relating In evidence of tire statement, Dur
ing the winter and early spring we had been
giving our grade Jersey cow a mixture of
meal ai.d middlings, but when we put her
In green panmr, we thought wo might safe
ly discontinue the ration of tneal, ntid ac
cordingly only fed a few quarts at milking
tiuic. My wile soou began to wonder what
was the matter with the cream, it was so
thin compared with lis firmer state. Hhc
becainn anxious about her '1.11,' and wonder
ed If sho wasn't sick ; but her fat, sleek sid
es and contented look sal 1 'no' to that. Af
ter an experience of about two weeks with
the bran dli t, we returned to the corn meal
mixture, and tho very next day a change In
tho cream was clearly perceptible. It now
skims rtffthick and heavy, and the cream
crocks fill rapidly, so that the churning day
comes twice a week, We are satisfied that
It" pa j s to feed meal both summer and win
ter' SKKl) CORN AMI COKN'-KAISIXO.
Tho selection of seed corn has much to do
with the yield of the corn field, Tho best
seed corn is cheap at almost any price, and
poor seed cirn is dear even If given
away, 1 here Is something more required ot
seed corn than that every kernel shall ger
minate that Is one requisite, but not the
most important. The corn should be able to
show n good pedigree ; that Is, it should be
from corn that had been carefully selected
for seed for years selected from fields where
there were few barren stalks, and where tbe
yield was large. About all the care that
the majority of our fanners exercise in se
lecting seed corn, is to choose the largest,
longest aud most fully ripened cars, They
take little or no note of tho yield per acre,
whether it is twenty, thirty or seventy-five
bushels. Seed selected from a field that
yielded seventy-five bushels per acre, would
bo more likely to produce seventy-five or
eighty bushels, than seed Irom a field that
had produced only twenty or thirty bushels
per acre. If tbe seed had been selected (or
years from fields which yielded heavily, it
would be almost sure to produce equally
heavy yields, provided sufficient plant.food
were furnished tho crop.
Tiie Bagdad "Date Mark" Recent
Travelers in Asiatic Turkey mention tbe
Bagdad 'date mark' a mysterious malady
which affects everybody, whether citizen or
stranger. It is a dry, citing sore or ulcer,
which comes generally upon the face, lssts
for a year, and then goes away forever,
leaving a scar about tho size and shape of date.
The cheek of nearly every man and woman
brought up In Bagdad shows the mark, as
though seared with a hot iron. No treat"
ment, no ointment or medicine has the
slightest effect upon it. The cause of this
peculiar and disagreeable ailment has not
yet been traced The general Impression
has been that the quality of the water is
chargeable; but recently two European phy -sicians
went to the city to investigate the
matter, having taken tbe precaution to
provide themselves with water from a dis
tanee.and were both attacked by the "mark"'
"within a fortnight after their arrival.
Horses should be watered in the morning
before they are fed, A full drink of water
immediately after being fed is a sure way of
producing indigestion, if not inflammation.
When water is drunk by horses, the bulk of
it goes directly to the large intestines, and
little of it is retained in the stomach. Some
old and worthless horses, by way of experi
ment.were fed with spilt peas, and then sup
plied with water imimdlalely before being
killed, It was found that the w liter had car
ried the peas from fifty tn sixty feet into the
intestines, where no digestion took place at
New Housr. Shoe A cow hide hor,e
shoe has been introduced, which promises (o
be very useful. It is composed of three
thicknesses of cow hide, compressed iuto a
steel mould, and then subjected to a chemi
cal preparation, It is claimed f.r It that it
lasts much longer and welghsonly ouo-fourth
as much as the common iron shoes ; that it
never causes the hooftw split, nor does it
have the least inj irious iufluenco on the
foot. It requires no calks ; even on asphalt
the horse never slips. The shoe issoelaslic
that the homo's step is surer and lighter. It
adheres so closely to the foot that neither
dust nor water can penetrato between the
shoe and the hoof.
A correspondent in tbe Sural World
shows souio points of difference between
British and American methods of feeding
stock, as follows : In Great liritlsn turnips
are cut, reduced to a pulp and mixed with
cut bay or straw and allowed to ferment.
Uay and straw are always cut up and mixed
with meal. Slock raisers in Kngiaud buy
oil cake, which Americans consider too ex
pensive. They wet und use it with cut bay
aud straw and meal aud pulped turnips. The
manure from such feeding U regarded as of
Custaud. Beat eix yolks and four whites
until very light ; add a quart and a scant
pint of rich mtlk ; flavor and sweeten t-
taste ; bake for one hour. Heat the reserve
whites to a froth ; add two tablespoonfulsof
sugar, flavor, spread over tho custard aud re
turn to the oven to brown,
Pickled Egos Boil tbe eggs until very
hard : take off tbe shells : have nrenared
some nice spiced vinegar, and pour hot over
the eggs. The spice should be tied in a lit
tle muslin bag.
The most primitive way of making bread
was to soak tbo grain in water, subject it to
pressure and then dry it by natural or art!
The man who stopped his paper lately be
cause he could not atlord It, recently sold a
hundred bushels of wheat at twenty cents
less than the market price.
An idea of tbe importance of tbe potato
In Maine may be obtaiued from tbe fact that
the farmers in Aroostook realize from f 105,
000 to $170,000 yearly from that crop.
The day before a Turkish girl Is married
she is takeu to the bath by her lady friends
und lumps of sugar are broken over her head
m a forecast of the sweets of matrimony. A
year or so afterward her husband breaks tbe
whole sugar bowl over her bead. New York
UNIMENT IODIDE AMMONIA.
W TRADE ASC
Cure all INiln In Man it ml IlcaNt
pROMrsi'H tTTRHi (KfillltiK o tho Womb.) A Won
ilerfiticiiro. Mini jcara my wUo nuncm) jwlili this
ItTrlttlP complaint, nho m aitcndcil by iloctur nr
lor doctor, u-iitio tho ilinvrctit hospituH where fo
.milt' fire truuuvi ( tried them all t worn Linmlrures
find immirlon .Mthonly temporary relit f. Hit life
miserable. W applied Dr. (lies (Jmincut.
llcr rullof riv immediate, Mio p now wtll,
4(1 Vrtl3tti R! recti New Yotk
Iliad twelve ntmkes of raraijls. My letf, arm
and tJiitftio were ,isl"i was obliged to mo n cttth
cter eury day. Doctor (lies' liniment lodtdcot
AmmuriU h w cured u.v. 111 antwor any luqulrles
ho that all umiced may know of it.
.Ions Ami., No: Hi Hranfonl, Conn.
Chestnut 1 1 111. rhiinddphl, April ri, Tn.
W. M. (.Ilea. K"i Dear Mr I untl our Iodide of
Ammonia Liniment on Flora Toit.pte'H hind pastern
Joint. Mho had been quite lame llio liTect was
wonderful j sho wnks now qulto veil. Very re
I. S.I am now using It on Littleton's Wht tore
A larjro Rltoo boil on a vnluablo young horso was
removed by Giles' Hulmwnt lodlJcof Aintnonbu
II K I'll Kill) Knafi,
Carpets, IT.islitii avo., New York.
Actiima Tha tortures nml neon 1cm I endured for
Mt jears, noim but thoto who nave suffered with
thl terrible disease can know. My tlfo was misera
ble, tn ueapt'rattwn I (rttd (Hies Liniment. lotldoof
Ammonia, It ja,H my Instant relief. Ifccdll In
ternally as well as externally.
J IIUS. II HAN Mi API,
t7 went S7th street. Now York,
was In a dreaaml cunitlltoti. JulnM swollen.
fniln Intense. InJ-'Ctlon of morphine into my veins
ailed to reltfvo me. wiles' Iodide of Ammonia took
awav thn deposits from my pints Iwantevery
one v, ho suffers to know what u ill cute them.
North Iljrto Park, Lammollto co. Vt
Another sufferer cured. fihchartfed from tho
Masachiist'tts Ueneral llosnttnl ns Incurable, with
Inlla nmatory rheumatism In m shoulders, n hirers
and feet ; suffered fearfully for threw ears, tiled
everything; lot nil hope. Dr. CHleV Mnlraent Iod
ide of Ammonia effected a complete cure.
No. 7a PraneBtreet, Pall Kit cr. Mass
fDratn. snllnts. bruises. I.ninenHit In hnrsefl.
Olles' Uolineiit lodlda of Ammonia Is a perfect spe
cine. Noperson who owns a horse should bo with
Ma seventh avenue New York.
In my famltv, and for the siook, ( have used Ullee
Liniment Iodide of Ammonia. It U unsurpassed,
and I am surprised at the many different maladies
In which It is applicable. It gles the utmobt satis
faction. .ton J, Cartkr,
Supprtntendent Eastern Pennsylvania Kxperlmcn
fioc. snd II : and In Quarts at $2.60, In which there
Trial slzo 25 cents.
SOLI) BT AM. DltL'0 GISTS.
N. J. IllLNDKItMIIOTTt Agl. lor Illootnsburff.
may 41, 'ii-
flylt9(rrrtand thorough Mnnd-purlfylnir proper
ties. Dr. Pierce's (JolJin Mallear Discovery cures
nil Humor, from the worn Hcroful to a common
ltlolcb. l'lmptr, or Eruption. Merrurlal Ulsta,
Mlncrul Poisons nnrt lliilr effects, aro t radlcatpil,
Hinllgomualtrnlthan'l a round restitution stAr
llt.l'tl. Krjalpeloa, halt fa ruin. FcTtr Hare, Hralj
or Hough MJm. In tliort. all Ulsonncs rauurd hy tml
I lonil, are conquered by 1 till powtrful, purl A lng, and
Im I.Tor.itlnR medicine.
P.ip cl-dly lm it manifested Its potency In curing
TV Iter, Koto ItMh, IIoU. Darbunrlrft, (lore Ijm,
Hero futon Horn and btrcllbic, Whlta HwtlUitfS
Uottra or Thick Neck, and nUrffd UUnda.
If yon firl dull, drowpy, debilitated, hue t&llotr
color of skin, or )illowla!i-brown spot! on face or
IkxJt, frequent )icaluch3 or dizziness had tattc In
rioulli, InUmal heat or rlilllt alternated with hot
Hushes low spirits and gloomy forebodings lrrrpular
ppnettle, and toiifn"1 eimtetl, yon aro luuerlnjt from
Torpid Urcr, nr ltlllouaacM. in maay rases of
'Liter Complaint w only part of these tymptoms aru
rtptrlinred. As n remedy for U such uses Dr.
Pli-m's tJoMen Medical Disco very has no euaal, as
It effects periect and radical cures.
In the cure of Hroacbltta, SeTrra Cough, and tho
early stapes of Consumption, It has astonished tlii
medical faculty, and iulneut phj sicians prononnio
It the greatest medical discovery of the age, VhIlu
It cures the severest Coughs, It strengthens ue Titcm
and purl Bra tha blood, bold by druggists,
JLy. Pimtt'E, M. l)., Pron'r, World'i Dispensary
and InTaUda' UotU, Buffalo, rf. Y.
No quo of taking the large. repulsive, nauseous pills,
composed of cheap, crude, and bulky Ingredient.
Tt'Cbe Pillct aro acarerly larger than muatard areds
ty vegetable, nu partlc
lng tncm. They open
he constitution, met.
ntilrml whllrt ni
litrbanco to the constitution, met, or occupation.
t'or Jaundice, lleadarhe, Coaatlpatloa. Iaipuro
Hood, I'ala In the Bhoulden. Tlghtnraa of th hiS
lllazlaeas Sour Eructations from the Ptomach, liad
Taste la tha Uouth, IllUoaa attacks 1'aln la region
of Kidneys. Internal Verer, Illoated feelUf about
fttonuwh, Uush oflUood to Head, take Pr. IMerec'a
l'lraaant 1'urgntlre I'cllcta, In explanation of tho
remedial power of tlieso purgative Pellets over an
great n l arlety of diseases It may bo said that their
swllon upon the animal economy Is waive rui, not a
fflantl or llaue roeaplna their aaaatlve tmpreaa. Ago
i oca not Impair the properties of these 1'illcu.
They tire sugar-coated and Inclosed In slats bottles
their Mrtues being thereby preserved unimpaired for
any l ncth of time. In any climate, so that they aro
alwajs fresh nud rt liable. This Is not tho rasttwltti
1 Ills put up In cheap wooden or pasteboard boxes,
j'or all diseases where a Laxative, Alterative or
l'urgntlve. Is Indicated, these llttlt! Pellets will gUo
the most rerfect satisfaction. Bold by druggUta.
1L V. l'tKltrK,l. I).. I'noe'R, World's Dispensary
and lnvnUds UoUl, DuiTalo, N. Y.
AVUlTOUfL Frenuent head
ache, discharge falling Into throat,
sometimes profuse, w atery, thick
miiri-inn tin ni lnt. nitrnRlcp. t tr.
In others Aryness dry, watery, weak, or Inflamed
tjt'S etopplng up, or obstruction, of the nasal pus
tapes ringing In cars, deafaoss hawking and cough
ing toclcar the throat, ulcerations scabs from ulcers,
voice altered, nasal twang, offensive breattt. Impair d
Or total deprivation of sense famed on1' taste, illr
ilness mental deprt salon, loss of appetite, Imllgnr
tlon, enlarged tonsils tickling cougli, etc. Only a
tuw or these rvmptoms are llkily to be present In any
;ase at one lime, '
DR. SAGE'S CATARRH REMEDY
produces radical cures of the worst case of Catarrh,
ao mattir of how long standing. The liquid remedy
nay be snuffed, or b tter applied by thu uwi of Dr.
I'ltitct'a Doucbe. This Is tfio only form of Instru
ment et Indented vrlthwhlch fluid medicine ran l
Mrrled HIGH CI ami fKKFECTLV AffLIEU to all
parts of the affected nasal passagts, and the thaiu
Dtrs or cavities communicating ihercwllh. In which
mres and ulcers frequently exist, and from width
Hie catarrhal discharge generally proceeds. Its uso
.a pleasant and easily untlerstood. from dlrectlom.
ircoropanylng each Instrument. Tr. Haoe's
:nrrh ftemedy cures recent attacks of Void la tho
Hftdbya few nprillcatlnns. It Is ndld und phas
tnt to uw, containing no strong or rautl drurs nr
pnisoni,. Cntarrh lUmetlynnd Douche sold by drug
rata. 1L V. Pintrn, M. D., ITop'r.Wnrki'i Dl
pensary and Invalids' llotil, Uuindo, H, V, r
aug-. SO, 'IS
EKT1TE Of WILLliU WniTB, DECI1SED,
Letters cf admlolstratloo on the estate of William
White, late or Scott iownt.hlp, 1'olumoia county, de
ceased, have been granted by tha Ulster of Bald
county to tho undi-rslgued Administrators to whom
all riersous indebted are requested to make Imme
diate payment and those having claims or demands
u,uuib uju esiaiu win inako mem Known to tuo Au
nunlstratorj without delay,
JOHN M. WHITE,
TI10SU8 11. IUKIMiN.
TUB RED FRONT,
TEAS, CANNED FBU1T,
Spices of all kinds, Glass & Queenswaro
Foreign and DomestioFruitBi
AND QENEHAL LINE OF
Ith door below Market ttreet, Sloomsburg, ra.
iv (loods delivered to all (eiuot the town
'1'irrC 1) 4 DIM) m bo rouml on Mlo at am.
1 lllu 1 ll i'ilV 1'. RuwrJl a Co'. Newipapcr
" t u tv ny u w wiirn" ruirrr1
Ualny cvutrocu tuoy U uuultj lor It IN NEW YORK
feb. J4, 7T-U r
BLOOM SB URG STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
SIXTH NORMAL SCHOOL DISTRICT.
Bloomsburg, Columbia County, Pennsylvania.
Rav. D. J. WALLER, Jr., A. M., Principal.
Tlliw SCHOOL, ttsatrirewntonstltutcd, oPers tho very best facilities for l'rofciMonal and riawleul learnlns. h..niifni.i,nnintmin
liulldlnin snaclou?. Inlttnu aud commodious : completely floated by steam, well ventilated, lighted by gas, and furnished with a Dounurui supply 01 pun,
ia)ciuiou nenuniui, ani eaiv 01 acccsi. 'loacners expenenrea, enicienr, nut wiyo to ineir wum. imivijjuhv, m.n u-.v
mmlerato. Fifty cents a week deduction to all oipectlng to teach, htudents admitted at any time, ltooms reserved when desired.
uourt.es or study prescribed by tue stato I
I. Moilel School. II. 1'reparatory. Ill,
Ailjunct Courses ! I Academic. 1 1. Commercial. III. Course In Mulc. IV. Coure in Art.
Tho Elementary Scientific a
corresponding IK'grees i Master
i no course 01 Ptua y prescnueu oy 1110 Maio is uoerai,
me rtaie reuu resa uuruer oruer oi ciiizensuin.
gent anil cmclent Teachers tor her schools. To this
and their talents, as students. To all such It promises
Catalogue, nddrest tho Principal.
IKIN. WII.I.IA.ll i:i.vi!l,l President Ilonril
nepi. s, to.'
BARGAINS ! BARGAINS!
CALL AND SEE
Mens' Overcoats from $4 50.
Mens' Suits from $6 00.
Good Working Pants 90 cents.
Good Wool Hats for 75 cents.
Winter Caps from 40 cents.
Boys' Caps from 25certs.
Good Working Shirts 50 cents.
Mens' Vests from 50 cents.
Good White Shirts, linen fronts 65 cents.
Mens' Socks, 3 pairs for 25 cents.
CALL AN0 SEE FOR YOURSELVES
THE BARGAINS NOW SELLING
At the PqjpmI&f Mtaz of
THE ORIGINAL & ONLY GENUINE
" Vibrator " Threshers,
MOUNTED HORSE POWERS,
And SU&m Thresher nglnef
Had a only by
BATTLE CBEEK, MICH
TIIE Mntchirea caraloHavtng( Time
6tn, u4 Miotr-6tvln( lbnhri m ii.Ii tUj bi4
rtMrMlon. htjon all HivtXrj tor Rapid Wtuk, Pif.
fcl Clwalm, aod for bavlof Urals (Void WmUs,
BRAIN Ralirre will not fiabinlt to tfco
rnuntuitia vwufi oOnla k lua Inirrxr wurk Uttmir
U wttcriucliiik, wlia ones omu oa IIm iariBc.
TIIB KNTIRK Thrnbinc Gxyenae
lo4 ultra lt h 1 lini ImI inuHul icku 1 iua tr
Um Extra Qrela liV0 bj Umm liuprovaj HrUlnti
NO KoToWlnc Hhnfts Inildo the Beu.
ratur. LntUvi ir Irtxa !! r. I'Ukara, JUdJka,
and all anca tima-waMlac au.l (rala-vutlut; ccinpll
ralloua. rrfrIy alaplvtt ta all Kluda and CvadUloua uf
UraiB, Wat mt Pr, Luuf r ihot I, Uaadd r bona J.
OT onlr Vaitlr Baprrior for What.
XltTELOCS for RlmpIIrltr of Part.
mIbk Icb Ibau aita-lialf lua uaal jIUa aud baaia.
Ud(i u Uiterlui-a or Ucaiurlnfi.
OUR Sixes of Heparntoro Mndrt rans'-
Uoauid law Powara to uaicb.
STEAM Power Thresher n Hoeclalcr.
t lactai al MaTaUir tuada axraaaJjr tot biaau f rr.
OUR TJnrlrsJed 8 1 eft m Thresher En.
MitM, rlili VJuU laipruvtoauia aud UaUat.Uva
Vaaturea, Ux LayuuJ u; vtbar uak r alad.
X Thoronsh Workmanship, Elerant
tc, wr " ViaaAiva" lliraaUr UutOu ar laMtuiwraLu!
FOR Particulars, call on oar Dealers
it writ U wa lur III ui rUd C UraW, bka , awU Iraa
Jan. 10,-m r
ESPY PLANING MILL.
The undersigned lessee ri tbe Espy 1'lanln? MUI.
Is prepared to do all kluda ot mill wurk.
Doors, Frames, M, BIMs, etc.
made to order en eliort notice. Satisfaction trans.
TEAS, HIHUrS, COFPKB, 8UOAB, MOLASSES,
met, tncaa, iiciii bom, Ac., Ao.
N. B. Corner Second and Arch ttroeta,
ir-ordcra will recelre prompt attention.
....... ,. ......
Elementary. IV, Clawical.
Iflc and Classical Courses aro fltOFHSSlONAL, and Students graduatng therein, receive i state I'lP'0"''''1;",1"? !l!S.mlca
sterof llio hlcmcntsj Master ofrtho Sciences j Master of tho Classics, tlraduatcs In tho other Courses recelvo. Normal Lerttncates
jv the onicersof tho Hoard of Tustee . .... . v nnnnr.no
anniueKCieniincani uiassicai courses are not uiienur iu iumu ... .pv ""f
am c ass cai courses are not interior 10 w f,niiiin tnlelll-
ItH oneot tho prlm'i objects ot I hi, school to help to securult, M furnishing nicm
Vn. ni i.n,i Iihiuties ind trood nurposes.-thoso who desire tqlmprop their tune
incli nes net l.inci il. il h one 01 i no Druii'i uu yuia ui
end It solicits younj persons of good abilities and good
aid In davetonlnir their powers, and abund.uit opportunities for well paid labor alter lea in;, scuooi. r ur
obtatnfitfor nno tnvtnUont. oror improvements
on old ones, for medical or other compaundt, trade
mark! and labelt. Caveat. Atnlnnmentn. Inter
fereneel. Appeal), Suite for Infringement!, and
allcaen arising under the Patent J.awitprompt'
ty attended to. Inventions that tnrr&rci
ly the rattnt Of-
Ace man still.
atenttii by uj. iitmjj vpjtusitt the C. 8. rattnt
ItDartment. and rnnnniX in l,inf !..,.(.
ctusivtty, we can make closer searches, and secure
Patents more promptly, anit with broader claims,
thamthnse who art remote from Washington.
ima us a mod
el or sketch of
vovr iter tee: we
ttatinna nail n.lfts n t t... ti. i tt..
frctcfeharge. All correspondence strictly con
tirtfttptu Prices low, and A'O CItAllUU VJf-
refer in, Washington, to Hon. rostmaster
General J). il. Key, Rev. F. J). Power, The German.
American National Jlani, to eciais in the U. S,
Patent Office, and to Senators and Representatives
in Cwar'sstnnd especially to rmr clients in every
Btate In the t wtnn and in f'-anndg, Address
Opposite fatent vjhee, hashtngton, D. a
H. C. SLOAN & BRO.
Carriages, Bnggiee, Phaetons, Sleighs,
PLATFORM WAGONS, to.
FIrst-claaa workjalwaya onlhand.
ItEPAIRINQ NEATLY DONS.
ITlces reduced to suit the tlmea.
WM, F. BODINE,
IKON ST., BELOW SECOND, ULOOM3UUHU, FA
Is prepared to do all kinds of
Flalu and Ornamental,
110TU DECORATIVE AND PLAIN.
All kltidH orFurnlture nepalrcd
ub1 umdo u h good un uew.
(MJB BUT HUST-CLABS WOltKMEX KMPtOYBU
Estimates Made on all Work.
WW. V, DODINE.
Oct. 1, 187.
awu. nirnrm nnrt thnrnuirh. Expenser
V. Coiirro In Hiyjical Culture.
purposes, those w
F. I . Uir,l.M KU, Sel
C. 23- SAVAGE,
Silverware. Watches, Jowelry.Cleeks .lit,
tv ltcmoTcdto tlie rost Ofllco building, tlrsTdoor
above tbe Kxhange Hotel.
All kinds ot Watches, Clorks and Jewelry neat,
ly repaired and warranted.
may IT, TS-tr
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES!
We will sell tho Very Best Family
For Twenty-Five Dollars
on an ornamented Iron stand nnd Trndi. with
walnut top and drawer, and necessary Attachments
and deliver It at any Haliroad Depot In tho United
'Free of Charge.
Theso machines are warranted tnrtn thn whnin
line or 1'amlly ewlnB Willi more raptdlty.more ease
or management, and los t.ttlj;uo to the operator
man any macnino now in use. K'nd tor a circular.
Every machine warranted for three ears.
Agent: wanted in Uncciupicd Territory.
Centennial Machine Co., Liinited
Ta Filueut St., Pnu-ADEmiM, pa.
Oct. 4, "s-cm.
The most extensive Manufacturers of Ililhard
Tables in existence.
The J. M. Bronswi & Bie Co.
CHICAGO, CINCINNATI, ST. LOUIS
724 Broadway, New-York.
Newest and most elegant styles of
AT LOWEST PRICES.
Elegant Parlor, Dining, Library and Bil
liard Tables combined, size 3x6; slate
beds,' perfect cushions, complete with balls
and cues, $50.
Address whichever home i nearest your city.
The J. II. Brunswick &Bnlko Co
Feb. 7, 7D-SCW
A Purely Vegetable Remedy
Tlio BnfOHt, KttRloHtuiiiIJnwt
over l!Mcovuia-l for
CI WONDERFUL DISCOVERY)
Apurtlj vegetable compound'not doctored ti Ith
poUonottsIlquom.bctns dry- gcntlo cathartic and
effective tonic sure to effectually cuniBomcof the
most common and palnfal dlscaaca that baffto med
ical skill. Those who havo been cured v,hcn all
othermcansfailed,JuitlyBay:"Itl tho greatest
blesslngof tho age." "I believe I should not now
bo alive but for it" rhyslclanslnregularpractlco
ayt "It works like a charm and effectively."
FOR saw: I1Y AM, imuCCIISTS.
T.'.' u,lK'D!!':''-wOnTnotkm.U.b. tJUjcit.utiMj.
WILLS, lUUUUftiorf a ta, livJ.rWl.n, lUulm, C
March 7, lhio-ly
I T ,,E?ke'?one?f,afit'l'nt'f''fcru8lhanat
Ur...l . '--f1' "wnnimreu; ho win
KSf,., l.Kr y at homo made by the
".- -i.u, ni'uicu, wya una inris
tlmn.tCdr.T,e17,enrf.,5.C,,lt 'f US- NOW IsShi
Co., Augusta, Maine, March SI, 18-ly
ISTlTt OF liKlM U1KT2EL, DECHSKU.
"cr fluullw Bpi-umu'a nyino oourt
ot columb a county.to distribute funds to and amenit
parties entiled therein tn ,hhn,..ia.., .Jtrir
Ku'S!i,';"1 fSMP.V0 Lu.e.clut,e's orulsuppolninentat
thoomco of Abbott tlihavn In Culaw Us. I'aT on
Saturday, April Mb,1.7t at ten o'cioclc a.I nTat v7hl?h
t me and place all parties Interested may attend l"
iSfcf fund proper' r be debarred iroLia hlre "l
this nrta is on rn.r. with
R DWELL k pKtSMAN
. Advertising Agents.
THIfP 4 CHESTNUT STS-. 8T.I-0UIS, aft-
EQAL BLANKS OF ALL KINDS
J OH HAND AT TUB ICJUfcWAl, OPH
Tho Seaside Library.
t'linlen bool-R nn lomrer for the tew only. The best
utiimlnnl omeln' wllliln the, rracli of ntnr D
Hooks UMialiy sold from i to Riven (unchanged
nnd unabridged) for 10 and so rents.
lol. AN. bloMfo.by JiiisMi iocK
b 3 Hard 1 1mes by Charles IHtkens JJo
ina. A Urate Uiy, by MUs Mulock Jjo
lot, l'cep t)' Hay, by lolin imnlm . ii
lra.AtthnBlgnof I ha Hllvcr llngon, by II I,
l( n. i ho master of the (Ire) Inndi, by Jlra Henry
int. lilade-o'-nrawbynl. I'arjeon I
W. 1 ho Hea King, by I'nplnln ini rint w
11 . Kieanort Mciory,l)y1l;JI Kwaddyn vno
110. nin nirHct l eiet'linm. b' Unrenro Miirrjntioo
111. A Tllliror IIIO VHirill I" i.ikiii j
in. Hani I'asii. hv rhnrle Hondo
1I. Hiilden nrotn, by II I. Farjenn
111, Darrell Mnrkbnm, by Miss M K lirnddon
n iiiiin mo inze. iijwnii "ww
ItA. I'niilli.i.. hi I. It U'n fnril
lit, Tho Kcmalo MlnMor, by K lies
lis. (treat Ktpectaltotibyu lilckens
119. Pelrcnel, by nrri'ii Mnrrjnt .
no. liomonco ot a Poor Youtg .nn, by o leu-
UI, A 1 lie for n 1 1to, by Ms Vulixk
lit 'I ho riliolieiHniii.bv I'nfloln Marrynt
toj trl.l, I. ,., t.v hitinlif-l 1 Jit, r
1S4!Miulre'ireMjii 1'elr, by Mis II Wood
m .iury iianuii, ny .mn 'tnnen
U'l.J.remai or iny l'alhei'HMii.by II 11 lllaclc-
1S7. .M IjhIv I inllow, by rs (la'kell
13 roii.in riiiiiipi, n.v .tiis iiicii
Iki.'IIw wniiditlne Jew,(lstl.nil)b liiigeno
129. Tho Wnnderln?.loiv (Jd half) by Kngeno Suojoo
IS'l. r-eroiOllH out 01 lliirill.ny mis jiihuck ""
ll. .Michael MrugulT, bv .Mile' Vellio i"
13i. .lack Klnlnu. bv Cliarles I ewr SOO
us. The lmciicvs of Husemnry Ijine, by II L I nr.
1W. .My mother's Wife, by Ainelli II IMwards
li. AKnlha's llu.b.inil, by Mi's .Mulock
11(1. Katie eiewu't. by .Mrsollphant
13!. A llenl lnuiToiid.br Tmrci U'Vi r
1 s. What lie i (t lloi, bj .loinis I'ajne
139. 1inilou'H lleatl. by 11 1 Karjcon
I4ii. The Ijidy I.Me, In MM M K lirnddon
,41. Mnati ri 'iin lleii.ty, In cnpliiln Morrjiit
14J.1ho Mead i.f the 1'amlly, iiy .Miss Mulock
111 '1 hi, I (minted Tnni r. I.v frH MelirV Wood
HI. The Twin LIimiicuhiIs, bv Alexander Dumas 10c
143. Holt a milium it money, oy Amelia i. r.u
waidi 14(1. Charle' O'-Mnlley, tbe Irldt Dragoon, by
Iur, (Trip e Mi)
147. Hall In, the Peeler, by Captain Mnrrynt
in. A Hliw htriekli.ir, b Air le rdttanls
119. .1o-hna Mnrvtl, hy II I, KaiJ 'on
ino, Mhwnpinnn ins. , uyuuinain .'inrrjiit.
1.11. '1 he llusfhin (i rv,liy -Mox Dumas
Arthur iiT'im. I v I harlos lver
153. Wiinlut lie V
154. A Point of Honor, by Annlo Ildwanls
IM. I no ( (Mini ui MOlne-criMO, ri"x rumua
loo. i ne iin a un, vy iijiu .ihiiiil
1.17. Hand aud (ilove, by Aimlla II. Kdard3
15. Treavurc Trove, by Samuel Uiver
19. The t iinniom -liln, b Captain Marrynt
lco. 1 ho Hlack Tulip, by Alexander Dumas
1(11. 1 ho World Weil l.ol, II. I.J rn I-lnton
His. Shirley th.irlolle luonu
KI3. 1'rank Mlldinsy, by I aptnln Mem nt
HH. A minis w lb' s Morv, Harriet llowrn
K..1. a Modern vuiHiir (oi. i.) i.neieiyovci
KM. Tho I an Aldlnl. b (lenrge !-nnd
1C7. 1 ho (lue-i.'s Necklace, by len Dumas
in, Cuu Ciegan, byi hniles lever
H19. M. 1'iiiritk's hvc, by Choils lever
170. Newt'.h Korster, by Captain Marryat
111. Iloslare to Pnttnne, by MKs Hraddon
17'. Chevalier do MaUon liollce. bv Dumas
I73,.npnei in ealcu oi a raiiier, oy captain
174. Kate iT'onoBhue, by Clinrles Levi r soo
17.1. 1 he IMchnnf Many Tnle, Caplnln Marryat loc
178. 1'erclval Keeno by Captain Mnrnut loc
llT.nroieo Canterbury's will, by Jlrs. Henry
171. Hare (lood Luck, bv It. K. Frnndlllon 100
179. Tbo Illsiory ota Crime, by Victor Hugo loc
l'O, .vnnaUde. by VHIklo Collins ioc
ISI, Tho Countess de Chnrny, Alex Dumas 10c
12 .Itillets miardlan, by .Mrs. Cnmeron loc
tvt. Kcnllworth, by Hr Walter Scott soc
14. Tho Utile Sainge. by Captain JIarn at 100
ls.i. "nood-Hjehw eel heart." by lihoda lirougton loo
1m;, Daild copperlleld, by Clunles Dickens
ii, .uuuu, u Aiexuinier wiiiii. 9
li. n he sw Iss Family Hoblnsou
19. Henry Dunbai, by Miss Hraddon
19ii. .Memulrs ot a nijslclflii, by Alex Dumas
ii. .no j nree cuners. ny i-npiain .uarryai;
19J. 1 he conspirators, by Alexander Duinas
19.1. Heart of Midlothian, t'lr Waller Menu
191. No Intentions, bv Florence Mnrryntf.
195. Nobel of Haiurla, bv Alexander Duinas
19. r I, holas Mckleby, by Charks Dickens
197. Nai 'y by Ithoda Hrwughion
19-. setMers InCannda, by Ciirttaln Marryat
19. (Tohtc rs ami the Health, by Chas. liendo
son. Tho Monk, by Jlatthcw a. Lewis, Jl. 1'.
201. Catharine ltlum. by Alex Dumas 10c
202. Mr. (HHll's lovo Mory by (leorgo Eliot Hie
203. Cloister and the Hearth, by Chas. Heado 20c
204. 1 ho Young Llanero, w. II. (1. Klnirston 19c
201. The mysteilcs ot rails, (1st halt) uy uugeno
203. iho mj stenos cr l'ans, (2d halt) ty Eugcno
200. Poison of Asps, by Florence Marryat
207. The children ol the New Forest by ICapt,
201. Nr.rlli nnd South, by Mrs. Uaskcll
sio. Young Musgrave, by Mrs. nilphant
211. ltandulnh i.ordon. by "(luldv'
sis. brigadier Frederick, bv Erekmann-Clialrlan loo
213. llarnaby Itudge, b.v Chai. Dickens 2oo
214. Wlnstotte, by Mrs. UIili Adams loc
215. 1! rds of Prey, by Ml Hraddon 200
210. legends r f the lllack Watch, by.Tenies Orantioc
217. Tne had Fortunes cf llev. Amos barton, by
(leorge Eliot 10c
21s. DemlK'y nnd Ron, by Charles Dickens toe
219. .My own Child, by Hoivnc.olarr.vnt loo
22u. (icorgo cunierourj's win, py .Mrs.;nenry
221. Poor Zeph, by F. W, Itrblnson
l'li. ljisioi 1110 Monicans. oy .1. i. cooper
223. Tho Marriage Verdict, by Duinas
224. The Deer Mayer, by .1. F. Conir
tn. two Destinies, by wilkte Colllni
220. n ho Path Finder, by H .1. cooper
27. Hannah, bv Miss Mulock
22s. Tbo Ifegent's D.iughier, bv Diiims
2W. The Pioneers, hy .1, Fenlintire coier
2.10. utile Urand una llio .Marchioness, by
211, The Prairie, by.T. Fenlmore ccoper
232. A Hark MghtS Work, by Mrs. (lakcll
233. The Pilot, by. I. Fenlmoie Ou""r
234. The Tender Recollections ot Irene llasglll.
213. a n open Verdict, by Miss liraldon
230. Shepherds nil and maidens Fair, by Waller
Iiesant and .lames Hleo
237, Wandering Heir, bv Charles lleade
231. Heatrlce, by Julia Kavanugn
239. No 1 horoughfai'c, by Charles Dickens and
240. The Ijiurel Hush, by JItss Mulock
241. Trlcolrln, by", ulda"
242. 1 he 1 hreo FeitherH, bv William lllack
213. Dalav .Slchol.by Ijioj 'Inrdv
244. The Three Ouardsuien. by Dumas
243. Jack Manly, by James crant
210. Peg Woltliigtnn, hv Charles Hondo
247. -Martin Chuzzlfwlt by Dickens
211. Dread und Cheese aud KIsacs, by II. L. Far
Jeon 219. Cecil ("astlemalne's Cage, by "Oulda"
210. NO Name, hv Wllkln Cnlllr.H
211. ljidy Au-iley's secret, byJIIssM. K. Hraddon loc
212. Hard to llear.by (icorglanna Jl. Cralk
zjo. n Jiui .nail, uv M l. Mining
254. The octdtoon, bv Miss lirnddon
25.1. Lothalr, by night Hon. II. Disraeli
23(1. Lord Oakburn's Daughters, l.y .Mrs. Henry
" 000 20c
S17. That Hoy or Norcott's, by Lever 10c
251,1'hyllli, 'llio Duchess p
2.19. Valentine Vox, (1st half) by Henry Cocklon 200
2.19. nlentlno Vox, (2d half) by Henry Cncklon 200
-uu. v uunuiie a luueiiiunee, oy aiibS M. n.
201. bes Mlserabies Famine, by Hugo
202. Lea Mlserables cosctie, Ly Hugo
203. U's Mlserables Marlns, by Hugo
214. Is Mlserables st Dennis, by Hugo
S03. If s Mlserahles .lean Vatican, by lTut-o
M. Jacob Faithful, brc.1r.tnln lliifrn, b
207. The Last of ihe lladdons, bv Mrs. Newman lno
201. Forty-nve (iuardsir.en. by Dumas oc
l-l- Zi'a ?;1.n J10," ?!"'',hy 'llwCU "roughton ioc
2.0, The Jilt, by Chas ltcaelo inc
271. The Diary uf a l'hjsldan, (1st half) by Samuel
271. The Diary of a l'hysl.lan (2d halo by Samuel
, S.fS?2.i. ,. . soc
.... .v .uu iitauii, uy wuanes uiCK'
273. snarleyyow, by Cap', Marrj at (J;
. "" cui,iii, uau) oysamuei
Warren ' 20(,
274. Ten Thousand a Year (2d half) by uatnuel
i orrcn hm
275, A Shadow on tho Threshold, by Mary Cecil
270. The rage of the Duke of Savoy, by Alex.
277. llrothertaeob. by (Senrgo Fllot
27S. six Years Later, oy Alex. Huuias
2.9. a U-af In thu storm, by -ouldV'
ISO. Tho reck of the "(Irosienor"
nil. Ijidv Marabout's Troubles, bv "Oulda"
2s2. Poor Jack, by captain Marryat
2ss. Twenty Years After, hv nunu
211. Olli er Twist, by Charles Dickens
m mSv 'inr'iPr fen'Kr-ite ""da llroughtonioo
SS7. 1 elghton (irangu
Sss. Tlwchmnlngs, by Mrs Henrv Wocd
svj. a Chi li mas tJ irul, by c. 1 lekens
290. Dick Hodney. by James Irani
291. olive, by Miss Mulock
WJ'Thomast'm,;m iit,l''l'h0 Sjld." Annlo
293. Tom Crosbie.by 8 imue. Lover
294. The Oglliies, by Miss Mulock
SJ,'fftt y me- y MHs iirsddon
Lev?r 01 "6urs-" lsl ua") bi- Charles
297. Ihe) Haunted Man. bycharlss Dickens -iv.
29, . captau Paul, by Alex. I)5mas
21'9. Jiy Proxy, by James l'a n S
ur lilcS Mh0T' ly Pc8:"lt Wal-
.For ""'! by all Hnoksellers nnd Newsdealers 'or
sent poitagu prepaid, on receipt of price. '
OEOItnu MUNlto, FublUher.
aug'sl ,t5L S1' 83 lM Van"ter st, N. Y.
(A Medicine, not a Drink,)
Hops, Hmhii, Miiiiiiiuuo.
Anel the Purc,t nthl Uest Qualities of
all other Ililten.
VM?',fuas?,,0,,.llOBto'''"li, bowels, blood lifer
SIOOO IlNT qold
roKStLII BT MaAa ar..."'
3 SEWING oVJAClllME
exin HCr or az,x,.
Unrivaled in Appearance,
Unparalleled in Simplicity,
Unsurpassed in Construction,
3 Unprecedented in Popularity,
And Undisputed in tho Broad Claim
tr ntisa tut
vijuv itr.sT ojr-Kit.vriNa
Moot Porfcsl Bowing liaehlao
IN TUG WORLD.
'he great popularity el Ihe V.'MI j Is tho most cm.
voicing tribute to III ciccl'cr.ce and lunctlcr.l,
over oilier machines, and In cuamlttlnj (t to the
Irado we put It unon Hs merits, nr.,1 In no iosanco
has II cvtr ycl failed to CilU an tccomaicnilalion
The demand ter the Whlls t-na Incrcarcd to sueh
en extent that wo are now compelled to tjri eA
Ji. Cem.Flcti' Cevl.tr ItaclHao
ovory tlireo raili. 3 1a
tio day to ciipjiiy
Cvery machine It warranted lor 3 years, t-J
soldier oh at liberal clccounls.er open t
payncnts, to suit iho convenient ot cusiomeis,
JWrASKlIS VTAKTZS lit TCCKJIieS tI13:T:T.
WHITE SEWINCTmACHINE CO.,
M 353 Euclid Ave, Clciclir.d, Ohio.
J. Siillzcr, Agent,
Oct. 2. is;s-cm
RAIL ROAD TIME TABLES
jOHTllEHN CENTKAL, KAIMVAY
WINTElt TIME TABLE.
On and after Sunday. November 10, 1?7s,the trains
on tbo Philadelphia & L'rln lia lroadDIlslonwlll run
as follows :
Erlo Mali leaves Philadelphia 11 CI p m
" Ilarrlsburg 4 2.1 am
" " William port 6 .i.l a m
" 11 Jersey Mior 0 07 a m
" " lxk Haven 0 40 a la
' Henovo llo a m
" arrive at Krlo 7RRpm
Niagara Express leaves Philadelphia 7 20 a m
" Ilarrlsburg lonnani
air. nt v i!:tninport soupm
" ' Lock Ilnvcn 2.ipiu
l'ast Lino leaves Philadelphia 1141 urn
" llnnliburg 3 apm
" arrlvo at llllamsport 7 21 p m
" " Loek Haven 8 40pm
EAST WA IIII.
raclllc Express leaves f.ock Ilnvcn c 40 m
" " Jersey Sl.oro 7 14 am
" " llllamsport 7 r,n a nt
" arrli o at Ilarrlsburg 1 1 S3 a m
" Philadelphia a in p m
Day Express leaves Iick llai en 11 2oam
" llllamsport 12 40 pm
" orrlve nt llnirl-burg 41 inn
' Philadelphia 7 20pm
Erie Mall lcave3 Henovo .pm
" " Lockllaieni 43pia
" " w miamfirort llospiu
" arrives at Ilarrlsburg 2 41am
" " Phlladelphra 7i0am
Fast Lino leaves llllamsport 12i&am
" anliesat llnnlsburg .I'Snm
" " l'hlladelputa "touia
Parlor cars will run between Philadelphia and
Wlllnmport on Niagara Kxpress west, Erie Kxpi ss
west. Philadelphia Express e'att, Day Expre.s cast
and Sunday Express oust, bleeping cars on all night
WM. A. BALDWIN,
-fcTnOTtll'tiv rti?X"riT it tit tetvl
viviJti.it.i Kji4yn.u jWAii.ttai
On nnd after November 20th, 1S73, trains will lean
Sunbury as follows :
Erld Mall 5.20 a. m., arrlv c Elmlrn .5
" Ciinandalgua. 'ip.ra
Hochestcr m, "
Nlagaia a lo "
Henovo accommodation 11.10 a. in. arrive rtlllL.m;.
port 12.M p. m.
Elmlra Mall 4.15 a. m., arrli o Elmlra 10. .0 u. ra.
lluffalo Express 7.15 a. m. arrive Euffa'.o 8.so a. a
lluffalo Express 2.so a.m. arrlvo narrlsbur? a.
Elmlra Mall 11.15 a. ra., arrlio Harrlsburn i.' p.o
" Washington n..o"
Haltlmoro c.-o "
" WashU.gtons..J "
Ilarrlsburg accommodation 8.40 p. m. nripe Harris
burg 10.50 p. m.
arrlvo llalilmoro eM
" Washington 6. j '
Erlo Mall 12.55 a. m. arrlvo Ilarrlsburg It. 05 a. in)
" Baltimore S.W "
" Watldngtou 10..15 "
All dally except Sunday.
J). M. HOYD, Jr., tlcncral I'ast nger ri I
A, J. CASSATT, (lencral .v.4 -,-ef I
HILADEU'IIA AXD 11EADIXO I'.OAD
ARRANGEMENT OF PASSEXG EE I
NOV. 10, 1S73.
TKA1K9 LEAVK HUrKRT AS IOL1 0WS(SCKHAV EX "U I
For New York, Philadelphia, Heading, PcII.villel
Tamaqua, sc., 11,15 a. ra
For Catawlssa, 11,43 a. m. 7,21 nnd 7,33 p. m.
For WTlllamsport.o.ss 9,03 a. m. and 4,06 p. m.
TltAlNSrOH KUrSRI LEATI AS FOLLOWS, (StMlAIIl I
Leave New York, 8,13 a. ra.
Leave Philadelphia, 9,45 a. m.
Leavo Heading, 11,5.1a. m., rottsvllle,12,j9P. I
and Tarnaqua, 1,45 p. m.
Leave Catawlssa, 0,20 8,50 a.m. and 4.00 p.m.
Leave Wllllamspon ,9,45 a.m,2,15 p. m. and 4.0 p, a I
rassengers lo 11 Ld from Now York and I'll: I
phla go througa v. uhout change cf cars.
J. E. WOOTTEN,
C. O, HANCOCK,
(leneral Ticket Agent,
U WESTERN KA1LIIOAD.
Timc-Tablo No. 89, Takes effect at 4. A. I
MONDAY, JUNE 10, 1ST
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Nanlieoke, 10 51 !
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