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MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND
- SEWING MACHINES.
JAL GREENE has just opened
. h is Music Store, one door west of W Lewis' Book
tore, wherebe Juane constantly on hand STEINWAY A:
SONS' nod GAEHLE'S Piano al a nitracturing Company's
PIANOS, MASON k. HA SILIN'S CABINET ORGANS and
CARO ART, N SEDII AM & COS' Id ELODEONS; UMW..
Violins. Fifes, Tint.; Guitar nod Violin Strings.
MUSIC BOOKS—Golden Clmin,Golden Shower, Golden
Conser. Golden Trio, As, Sec.
tillkET MUSIC —lie is constantly receiving from Phil.
adelphia all Iho latest music, which persona at a distance
wishing. can order,
and bare sent them by mail.
Also GROVER dc BAKER'S Celebrated SEWING MA
CHINES—the only, machine that, in addition to every
kind of sewing, embroider. perfectly; Earring Silk and
Cotton of all kinds and colors for machines. . • ,
P 9.0. hoping Sewing Machines fully instructed in
the use of them. . .
.ili— Pianos and Organs Warranted for lien years.
Those wishing to buy any of the above articles are In
cited to call and examine mine before purchasing else.
illisre My prices - are the same as iu New York and
of Instruments or Machines, sent promptly
upon application with any additional information desired.
B. 11. GREENE,
. Hill street, Huntingdon, Pa.
se27 '. - One door west of Lewis' Book Pa. ,
1865: • . 1865.:
FALL AND WINTER,
. JUST RECEIVED
CHEAP CLOTHING STORE.
For Gentlemen's Clothing et the beet material, and mado
It the beet troritmanlike manner, can at
oppaitte the Franklin Houle in Starke. Square, Hunting
Huntingdon oct TT, 'OS.
NEW STOCK OF GOODS. --
EVERYBODY IS INVITED TO CALL AT
S. S. SMITH'S STORE,
ON RILL STREET, RONTRiODOIq, PENNi
SUGAR and MOLASSES,.
'OO7FEE, TEA and CHOCOLATE.
FLOUR, 711311, BALT and VINEGAR,
OONFECTIONERrES, CIGARS and TOBACCO,
moss OF THE BEST, AND ALL KINDS,
and every ether article usually found In a Grocery 13tor.
ALSO— Drug., Chanukah, Dye Starts,
Paints, Tarnishes, Oils and Spta. Turpcn tine,
Yield, Alcohol, Glass and Putty,
BEST WINE and BRANDY for medical pump...
ALL TITS BEST PATENT MEDICINES,
BOOTS AND SILOES,
and a large number of article. too numerone to mention
The Nubile genendly rocase call and examine fot
themealires and learn my
linnet tigdoia, Oct 17'65
CHEAP GROCERY STORE.
HILL ST., HUNTINGDON, PA.
rpHE undersigned offers for the in
epFation and purebase of customers a large and as.
Forted stock of Groceries, Provisions, .4c. He feels Wis.
fled they can be accomodate,' with anything in his lino.
His prime are low, and Lis stock fresh cud good. Ile
keeps the best of
TEAS, SPICES, SALT,
TOBACCO & SEGARS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS & CAPS, &c:
HAMS SHOULDERS, SIDES,
MOLASSES, OILS, VINEGAR,
FISH, CHEESE, FLOUR RICE,
And NOTIONS of every kind.
A select stock of DRY GOODS, together with QUEENS
'AIZE, and all other articles kept In a well regulated
uettablishment for sale at reasonable prices.
CT ins store is on Hill street, nearly opposite the
Bank, and In the room formerly occupied by D. erove.
..Call and examine. Z. 17.NTSR..
Huntingdon, Oct 17,1855.
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS k!
25 PER CENT. CHEAPER THAN
AT COFFEE RUN STATION,
Would respectfully call the attention of hie old pntrous
specially; and the public to general, to his extensive
stock of well selected new Goods, Just recelted from the
Lantern Pities, consisting, in part, of
en Ware, Notions,
Hats and Caps, Boots and
Shoes, Bonnets, Shawls, Circu-
lars, Hardware, Queensware, Gro
zeries, Wood and Willow•ware, Tobacco,
Segars, Nails, Glass, Provisions,
Oil; Fish, Salt, Tinware, Cop
per Ware, Drugs and
and all other articles kept in a first clan. try store;
all selected with the greatest ears and which were pur
chased for cash only, and affords him to sell them at a
very low ,figure. The public will find it to their advan
tage to call and examine our unsurpassed stock, before
purchasing elsewhere. No pains will be spared In show
ing our (Mods. Ladles aro specially invited to examine
our large stock of fashionable dress goods; Shawls, Cir
culare, Pure, and a great variety of Woolen Oooda,
ry, de. Also, a handsome assortment of LAD'S& COATS
All blade of produce taken in exchange at the highest
market prices—Cash not refused. By strict attention to
the womb, at customers, ws hope to receive tleantlnuation
of the liberal patronage with which we Lave been hereto
fore favored: Come one and all, and fay.
•.. New Oaoia received daily.
oct 181 BM
WAR FOR THE UNION.
KEW ORLEANS, Sr. LOUIS, fiESIPHIS, NORFOLK, &c.
TAKEN.—ASILDY SLAIN, AND TITE BACK•
BONE OP BP.ORSII." BROKEN
Eat while yea rejoice at the success of our gallant
troop, and the prospect of the speedy downfall of the
Rebel Army, do not forget to call at the store of,;
WALLACE' &, CLEMENT;
before purc'hasing elionhere, and see onr'new stook
goods, consisting of - • • - -
Booti and Moor, _
• 9a11 ;
Und a general aeiortment of notlont, all of which
feted on reasonabli term, for cub ox propuce.
Iluntingdon, July I; 1883.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES! !
THE succoss.of our armies and th©
consequent decitno In the price of gold end other
commodities, enable ma to acrid
GOOD TIDINGS TO THE BLACKS' HITIIS,
and all Gillen w ho buy IRON, -STEEL, NAHA &C. .
Having moved my store to the large and comrsodlous
Bricker Eters Room, 1 Lava received a large MaOrt
moot of WAGON TIRE, GORSE B ROE IRON, round and
Etyma BAR IRON, bought from the makers sines tho de
-chn• In gold, which I am selling at GREATLY REDD.
All persons wishing to buy IRON, STEEL, NAILS,
LOCKS, PAINTS, GLASS, or any kind of lIANDWARB
for cash, will save money by sending their orders, or call
ing at the Ilardw►re Store of • • ; .
New 'Furniture Establishment,
J; M WISE; -'
Manufacturer and Dealer in Furniture,
Respectfully Invites the attention of the' POblielo his
stand on gal at., fluntimplon, between Onnulngbam's
Store and Peon's National Rouse, where be manufactures
and keeps all kinds of Furniture at reduced prices. Per
sons wishing to purchase, will do well to give him a call.
Repairing of all k Inds attended to promptly rind charges
Ayr. Also, Undertaking carried on, and Coffins mode In
any style desired, at short pence.
"Ai - Funeral. &frau - lied at . any yun e ty, t«wn or norm
flue tioplott, Sept. 24, 1.102-tf
' - - GRAPE , VINES,
At thelniisdieid Taylor &Cremer
Who offer their stock of well grown
and thrifty TREES, VINES; PLANTS. ,to., At ihrir old
prices. The expense of, grafting, and planting this stock
having been incurred before the outbreak of the rebellion
when the price of labor was low. they can ntiord to nil
them, Trees at 50 per cent. lees than they can sell the Fame
kind of trees next year. White other Nurserymen have
raked their prices 'Mont 5t per cent., three s till sell nt the
Am rates tide year; that is to•say,..-Appla
• Tree... $l5. $lB.
and $3O per hundred, according to size, &e. Standard Pear
50 to 75 cents each. Dwarf Pear, 50 to 75 cents each, and
$3O to $45 per hundred. Phial and Apricot, at 40 to 50
cents each. Also, Pesch, Cherry, Quince and other trees;
Orspe Vines, Lawton Blackberry, Raspberry, and Strand.
berry plants, Dahlia reels, and Shade and Ornamental
Trees—ell at the old rates.
Yloney invested in fruit trees is sine tc; yield a good re
turn. .101., in your time to order trees.
Address, " THEODURE It. rnEmElt,
0,8,180 0 Huntingdon, Pa.
411 11.qj Zfif c) 13'41 ° ek ' S
. 1;1 I
ESTABLISHED IN 1840
Incorporated by the Legislature of the
State of Pennsylvania.
Located on the N. W. Corner of 7th ana
(701) Chestnut sts,' • (701)
Dealgnect ' exclu'ailj to lotpart a.tborentt
PRACTICAL r -BUSINESS, EDUCATION
All classes of narsonarequire anch . nn education. Those
possessing means, teed IL in conducting theirounthusineas
Those without means need it in obtaining and creditably
Slllog lucrative positions In the employ of older. -
The course of 'instruction and practice in arrangod no no
to fully meet the dirersined wants of every department of
DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN TRADE,
xs comprehended or embraced under the three general di
listens of industry: Agriculture, Manufacture and Com
Bach student Is instructed individually in both theory
and practice of Book Beeping. according to the most rip
proved and labor saving methods. Business. Penmanship.
Calculations. and all the collateral brandies of a complete
Course of business education; end upon passing a antisfw•
tory oxamiaation le awarded, by authority of law, ► diplo
ma, under the corporate e• al of the college.
Students era received at any time. And It is believed
that a practical experience of over TWENTY TEARS will ho
cocwidared by the public au ample guaraLt me of the pray-
Beal charactet of the course and efficiency of the instruc
tion., . .. - .
All further information desired con be obtained at the
college, or by addreesing the Prineipal for n circu!ar by
..451"A Moral discount ill allowed, to ',rounded and
oralthr dh charged soldiers. the college is open day and
Jrrening. . .
LADIES' FANCY FURS,
-718 ARCH Street, above Seventh,
S. 8. SIIITII
LADII.TS' and Cllll,
1.12 TS WEAR, in the
ty. Also, a fine assort•
at of Gent's u r
),e1 and Collars.
1. am enabled to dispose
my good+ at very
'ASON ABU: PRICES
I would therefore
iclt a call from nty
ulds. of Huntingdon
her and Street I
716 ARCH Street, above l'th. South aide,
i` I HAVE NO PARTNER. NOR CONNECTION
WITH ANY OTHER STORE IN PIII...ADELNII k.
PAINT AND COLOR WORKS.
Liberty White Lead !
Liberty White Lead!.
TRY IT ! • TRY IT !
Warranted to corer more surface, for INIIO weight,
then any other- Div the beat, it is tho cheapest.
TRY IT ! • • TRY IT!
Liberty Lead it whiter than any other.
. Liberty Lend cover. bettor than any other. .
Liberty Lead neat, longer than any other.
Liberty Load is mare economical thou any other.
Liberty Lead la more iron from impurities and to
, Warranted to do morn end better work,
' at a given coat, than any other.
Buy the Best, itia the Cheapest.
ManufactUred end warranted by
ZIEGLEIR & SMITH,
Wholesale Drug, Paint & Glass Dealers,
137 North. Third Street, Philada.
1865. PHILADELPHIA 1865.
1 3 'aroderoa, cc.
HOWELL. & BOURKE,
Paper Hangings & Window Shades,
• ...N. B: Corizpi Fourth cf.; .21.1. - orket sts.
N. B.—Arrays in storo a largo stock of
LINEN and OIL SHADES.
Philadelphia, Avg. 2.2-3na.
520 Arch st., Pliilada.)
and anporior ' • .
SILVER PLATED WARD
I. K. STAUFFEIt,
"WATCII3IAILSR. AND JEWELER,
.No, 148 North SECOND Street, corner of Quarry,
2 .P.17/LAREPP/H.A, -
An n atiortmeni of . Walclies, Jewelry, Sitter A, Plated
'Ware constantly on hand, -
SVIAR E FOR IfOLID.A Y PRESENTS?
Steirtftepedring of . Watches and Jevrelrj promptly
ESTEY'S COTTAGE ORGANS,
Are not only unexcelled, .but they are absolutely' sine
quelled by any other Reed Inetrnment in the country.—
Deeigned expresety for .6hurebee and schools, they are
found to be equally well adopted to the,parl or and draw.
roe sale only by . .E. M. BRUCE;
No.lB North SRCENTII Wee, PbDm:NOM.
4.11 - • Alm, BRADBURY'S PIANOS, and a:complete ail
sortment et the 'Man= NILLODEON. • 6e17-Iy.
• ELDREDGE &
Publishers, Stationers, Booksellers,
No. 17 and 19 South Sixth Street,
(Above Chestuyt,) . PtIILAD£LPHIA.
Particular atteutlon paid to the country trade.
Always on bond a large supply of Letter. Cap, Note,
Bill, and Wrapping roper ; ..Enrelopes ; School and Mis
cellaneous Books; Pens, Ink, Slates, Ilucilage,.Pboto
graph Albums. Paper Daps; Ac., Ac., Ac.
Liberal terms to cash customers. aftg26'os-ly
ATOINTIILY TIME BOOKS,
lot sale at
LE1 . 179' BOOK AND STATIONERY STO.B.E. ,
IQUORS, of the best, for Medieina
rta-poRT at - - ..S: S,MTLI'S
T. 11. POLLOCIi, Att'rat-Law,
kayo now in store of
own Importation and
nufacture, new of the
ItGEST and met
AUTIFUL erlections of
SOLID SILVER WARE,
GEO. P. ELDREDGE
.: , 3 -
CANE I_l 2_l _
NEW. TRITIMPUANT AT STATE FAIRS!
MOST LIPID EVAPORATOR IN VIE WORLD'
"SORGO lIAND-BOOK," FREE.
CANE SEED, by tho lb or bnahol, FOR SALE AT CdSTI
Prince et Co's New AUTOMATIC ORGANS. The great
est triumph of the agC! ' '
New style MELODEONS. with improvements.
Grover 3 Ihtker'e FAMILY SEWING MACIIINES.
• Send for Circulars, &c. Free.
• • A. B. BRUMBAUGH%
James Crook. Huntingdon co., Pa
BREWSTER, lIAS OPENED
1) an office In Huntingdon, Pa., and has cured, and
further pledges himself to taro a class of disease. acknow
ledged to bo incurable by ally known process of medica
tion, diseases that never !Jaye, nor nurse can be controll
ed, only by his mode cf applying the various modifications
The Doctivi. does not wish to convey the impression that
he cures all diseases in nil conditions; lie does not wish to
shock the sense of the public by asserting that be can
cure pulmonary consumption after the lungs are half de
cayed, but he pledges himself to cure every case of pul
monary consumption in the early and middle stage, and
every other disease whore a sufficient amount of vitality
remains for reaction.
. Electricity is always safe in the low - Odor en experienced
operator. The currents aro perfectly under control, and
can be regulated to suit the delicate nerves ofa child
without nay unplensaw t sotfeation.
tie , Ail those who have long suffered from plinful And
obstinato diseases) " •
413'. AU thoso'nlio hove been siren up by'other PhyAl
87fr Ail tilos; who hat° bben dismis4tl an Incurable
from tioepitais I
ARE INVITED TO CALL
llectricily, unlike Medicine, is capable of producing all
the change!' necessary to curo any dlecese, when applied
front proper polaritiee. The following aro among the die•
eases our system of practice has provedespnclully carcons•
ful in curing.' . .
Diseases Cured by Electropathy
Munn. Aphody, 1093 of voice, &c.; Asthma; Ague
Chills, fever anti agile; Atrophy; nervous consumption;
Atony of the stomach, Amenorrhoea, tuppressed menses;
All mercurial diseases; Ilites . of poisonous insects or nut
male; Ilraimitiiis; stone or grovel In Bladder ; Conemnp
thin; Chlorosis, green sickness: Concussion of brain; COO
traction of chost; stricture of limbs, Cholic, from differ
ent causes; Cramps or spasms, chronic or acute; Congos
ties diseßies of ell kinds, Coma; St. Vitus dunce; Coldness
of feet nod bands; Concern, in certain stages; Copper col
ored cuticle.' or blotches; Catarrh; Diptherla; Deformed
limbs straitened. Deafness, from paralysis of encaustic
nerve; Dizziness or drowsiness; Dropty; Diabetes; Dys
pepsia. in ell its farmS; Dientenorrboutt; painful menstru
ation; Difficult . respiration; Enlargement of joints; Ear
ache; Epilepsy, falling sickness' Pits, front different can.,
see; Onstrition, irritation of the stomach; limit; Goitre
or swelled neck; Olandular swellings; liorniplegia; Dern
orrhage, front different causes; hysteria. Dritablo spine,
Ac.:sick or nervous Headache; Insanity; Inflamed or em e
°yet.; Incontineoeo of urinv; torpid trite of Liver; Longs.
hemorrhage of, congestion of, Sc.; LeclijasilLiver.colorgo
moot of; Leuritarrilea; flour allots; whites; pichhd do
prr•edun; Muscular contraction; Menstruation, derange
ment lin; Motionoinin; 31111tieg; Noitilinvaii, front inhales
or otherwise; Neuralgia: Nocturnal mille-ions; Old sores,
Indolent ulcers; Onenil. in some of its forms: Paraplegit;
Palsy, numb or shaking. Pni - ttlysis, In Nvhatuver part;
Poisoning; Palpitation of the bead; Prostration from rn-
TICRIB CO.IISCP; PrOlainl9 Iltel I, do., P1'0144113 aill, or piles;
C3C(.53/V0 Perspiration; 'suspended Perspiration; Talmo
nary minplazy; Bush of Mood to the head; Rheumatism,
Remo or chronic; nestles:mean Swelled Tonsils; Sore
Tin•oat, from any cause; Salt rheum; Sarolula; Splool
roses, miniature, fee.; Ovarian Tumors: 44e.; Tremens,ria.
or nt death, Tetanus, or lard:Jan , Uterine rel,-
;nommen to, Uterine weakm•nc; IVO t k Eves, 8 - . c.; 'White
swthings. WVJI. BREWSTER, 51. D.,
oct 1565 Huntingdon, I's.
• - 'egleitll.'t e .:6 . A
4 ' im z , o w ,, , • - ..,g,,s 1, 1.--.-‹ , l 0 ,1-1
e , X -c4 ?
Dr. Strickland's MelMinium Cough Balsam is warranted
to core cough., Outdo. Hoarseness, Asthma, Whooping
Dough, Sore Throat, Consumption, and all affections of
the Throat and Lungs.
sale by Druggists. General Depot, No. 0, East
tit Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
All the Medical men and the Presses recommend 1
Strickland's Anti-Cholera Mixture as the only carte
remedy fof Diarrhea and Dysentery. It is a comblnati
of Astringents, Absorbents, Stimidents and Carminativ
and is warranted to effect a cure after all other mea
have fitted. ' •
For s^' Et
sate by Druggints. General Depot, No:
irth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Dr. Strickland's Pile Remedy has cured thousands of
fLo worst cases of Blind and bleeding Piles. It gives im
mediate relief and effects a permanent cure. Try it dl
redly. his warranted to cure.
For ealeily'ailDruggista. General Dopot, No: 0, Dust
Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Oltlo.
DYSPEPSIA, NERVOUSNESS AND
Dr. STRICKLAND'S TONIC—We can recommend
those Suffering with toss of Appetite, Indigestion, or
Dyspepsia, Nervousness or Nervous Debility, to use
Strickland's Tonle. It is a 'V ego table preparation, free
from alcoholic liquors; it Strengthens the whet. nervous
system; it creates a good appetite, and is warranted to
cure Dyspepsia and Nervous Debility.
For sale by Druggists generally, at $l, per bottle. Pte.
pared. by Dr. A. Strickland, No. 6, Fast Fourths Street ;
JOHN DEED, Agent, Huntingdon, Da.
STAR MAGIC LINIMENT.
REWARD will bo paid
fur any medicine that excels this fur tha
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Spinal Affec
tions, Contracted Toints, Mons Pains,
'Pains in Side or Back, Toothache,
Headache, Sprains, Sore Throat,
Cuts, Bruises, Burris, and all
Diseases of the Muscles,
Skin and Glands.
'Tots is an Internal and External Medicine, coinposed of
Roots, Herbs and Barks such as our.forefithors used;
is a bountiful supply on the earth to core all cony
plaints, if we only knew what they were. This bay been
a:subject for constant steely with the Medical Faculty for
great many years, to find out the kinds beat adapted to
the Atria complalnta—ho* to plat, them togother, and
what portions touts. ,
This wondomul remedy needs no recommendation sate
the results which invariably follow ibrappliaation.
• • • • - • -
AV - This popular remedy is fmt coming into use from
the Piet that it gives good satisfaction.
44- PHYSICIANS are Invited to test its cflicaCY i 0 all
casts of Rheumatism, Affections of the Spinal Column,
and all Dill.thes of the Skin. Muscles and Glands. It
been used in thousands of instances 'tinder the personal
supervision of the Inventors, nod fins never disappointed
their expectations. All wo ask fir leis n trial--experi
mental proof—not the testimony of the men of straw, are
the vouchers mu desire to pn sent to the public.
It would be well far runny now lying In beds of torture,
if these facts could reach their mirk chambers. It is more
important to them than to the inventors that this should
be the case. ' , Truth is mighty and most pfevail."
/yip Keep it In your family, for sickness comes when
you least expect it.
SAMUEL _H. SHOEMAKER,
SOLE A GENT, EIUNTLVGD
Hunt ingdon, July 19, 1865.
• .DR11711.10 AWT DRAwtria P.tran
„White: .azat Colorea. Card Paper,
For sale at •
.LEIT/S^ LINK d STATIONAVRT: ,FORE.
roR COLLECTING SOLDIERS
'CLAIMS, BOUNTY, BACK PAY
ALL who may have any- claims a
gninst the aevernreent tor Bounty,. Back Pay and
Pett,tone, can bore their claims prOinntly collected by ap
plying either in pent, or bY letter to, ';
W. 11. WOODS,
Attorney at Law,
August 12, 1863.
r 7 - 1
V , -A
krARBLE YARD. The' undersigned
t _v_t would respectfully call the attention of the citizens
I Huntingdon and the Acquit, counties to the stock of
cantiful marble now on hand. 510 is prepared to furnish
at the shortest notice, Monumental Marble, Tomb, Tables
and Shaw of every desired size and form of Italian or
Eastern Marble, highly finished, and carved with apprce
prints devices, or plaint, as may suit.
Tluilditng Marble, boor and Window Sills, kn., will be
furnished to order.
W. W. pledges himself to furnish material and work.
mandlnip cone] to any in the country, ata fair price. Call
and sem, before you purchnae elsewhere. Shop. on .11111
steel, Ilitntingdon, ra.
linintingdon , May 15
E. 0. & G. W. COLDER. ,
HAVING entered Into •copartnereltip In the
Aloxandi ia Brewery, the pnblie are infdrrned "int
they gill, that d!. prepared at nll times
. to ,fill „, 14.
ordore tha dumbest notion. •
Alexandria, Jan. 13.1.885-11. • NC •
: _•ENNsyi.vANTA RA IL ROAD
TDIEnOF LEAVING 0 tr TRAMS
14.-.2111.1? ANC, R.if ENT
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525 '4 13111 58 IN.llainllton, 4 39' 54
533 4 21112 . 09 Mt. Union,— 4 30 9 63 45
5 42 4 30'12 18 slapletou 4 22 37
5 52 4 39 12 29 11111 Creek,... 4 13 9 37 20
b 09454 12 48 646 Huntingdon, 4 00 1 924 15
625 000 158 INterabarg,... 3 42 1 908 5
6 33 5 - NI 1 20) 'Barret) 334) 49
641 527 132 ...... ISprueoCreek, 3 . 27 856 42
659 • 153 Birmingham, 310 25
710 6 .65 205 7 35. Tyrone 2ES 633 • 13
725 600 220 " 'Tipton, • 248 03
7 31 6 13 2 28 Fostoria; 242 57
7 36 6 18 2 35 Bell. Mille,. 2 37 8 12 52
8006 40 3.001 819 Altoona,. 2207 55 35
,P. H. A.. N. .V.
The PHILADELPHIA EXPRESS Eastward, le. ore
aria at 9 30 L'. M., and 0551056 at lluntingdo at
49 P.M. .
The FAST LINE 'Eastward leaves Altoona at. 3 20
”.. nnd nrrlves nt. huntingdon 91 4 40 A. U. ' - ' .
P. M., r
READING RAIL ROAD,
JULY 20, ISCS.
BEAT TRUNK LINE Fr.om. THE
k North awl' North-Went for POILADELPIVIA, NETT
YOOK. POTTSVILLE, LED/NON, ALLENTOWN, EASTON,
Trluna eve Ilatrisburg for New York. 0.9 follows lAt
3 00 and S 1S A. M.. and 1 41 P. 81., arriving at Now York
nt 10 00 A, M., and 3 00 and 10 30 It. M.
'lke above connect with similar Trains on the Pennsyl
vania Railroad, and sleeping cars accompany the 3 00 and
6 IS a. m. train, ivithott claangn.
.T.EnTo for licaainr, Pottsville, Tamaqua., Minersville,
Alklitown nntll'l,llmlL4pllls at .115 A. M., nu. 145 P. M.,
stopping. It Lobanc n an.l principal station. only.
Way Trains, stopping at all points, at 7 25 A. M., and
440 P. M.
Returning. leave NEW-Yong at 0 A. 01., 12 Noon. and 8
P. 51. Pl.iiiidelplda at .4 A. 11, and 320 P. 01; Pottsvillo
at G 15 A. M.. and 2 133 P. 31.; Talpagll:i at 3 15 A. 51. ' and
2 15 P. 51. nod Reading at la. tn., 7 35 and 10 45 A. 51.,
1 IS and G u 5 P. 0!.
An Accommattal lon ralsengar Train leave, Ita r tratta at
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