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LitY _HORACE GREELEY
Though I have already - indicated,
incidentally, my decided objections to
our prevalent systein of Fencing, I
'deem the subject of ' such importance
that Lcboose to discuss it directly.—
Excessive fencing is. peculiarly an
American abuse, which urgently cries
Solomon Robiußon says the fence
tax is the heaviest of our farmers'
taxes: .I. add, that it is the most need-
less and indefensible
_pigllviays we must have, and peo
ple,mustitraverse them ; but this gives
them no right to trample down or oth
erwise injure the crops growing on
either side. In France, and other
parts of Europe, you see grass and
grain growing luxuriantly up to the
very edge of 'the beaten track, with
nothing likea,fencp between them.—
..-Yet: those dope are 'nowise injured or
disturbed 'by ,wayfarers. Whoever
chooses to inipel animals along those
roads meet, take care to have them
'completely - tinder' etibjectiim, and must
see that they do - no - harm to whatover
grows by the weyside
In this country, cattle-driving, ex
cePt'onsmall scale, and for short
distances, has nearly been superseded
by 'railroads. The great droves for-
merly reaching the Atlantic sea board
on fobt, frbni Ohio or farther West,
are now huddled into care and hurried
through in far less time, and with less
waste of flesh ;lint - they reach us fe
vered, bruised, and every way un-
wholesome. Every animal should be
turned out to grass, after a railroad
journey of more than twelve hours,
and left there a fall month before be
is taken to the slaughter-pen. We
must have many more deaths per
annum in this city, than if the animals
on which we subsist were killed in a
condition which rendered them fit for
human food. ;
Ultimately, our fresh Beef, Mutton,
and pork, will come to us from the
Prairies in refrigerating cars—each
auimal buying been killed while in
perfeet 'health, unfeVered and untor
tured by days of cramped, galled, and
thirsty suffering, ;on the cars. This
will leave their offal, including a large
portion of their bones, to enrich the
fields whence their sustenance was
drawn and from which it should never
be' taken. The cost of transporting the
meat, hides. and tallow, in such cars,
would be less than that of bringing
through the animals on their legs;
while . the danger ' of putrefaction
might be utterly precluded.
But to return to fencing :
Our growing plants must be preser
ved from animal ravage;but it is most
unjust to impose the cost of this pro
tection on the growers. Whoever
chooses to rear or buy animals must
take care that they do not•infest and
despoil his neighbors. Whoever sees
tit to turn animals into the street,
should send some ono with them who
will be sure to keep them out of mis
chief, which browsing young trees in
a forest clearly is.
If the inhabitants of a settlement or
village surounded by open prairie, see
fit to pasture their cattle thoreon,tbey
should send them out each morning
in the keeping of a well-mounted
herdsman, whose duty should be sum
med up in keeping them from evil-do
ing by day and bringing them safely
. back to their yard or yards et night
Fencing bears with special severity
on the pioaeor class who are least able
to afford the outlay. The "clearing"
of the Veneer's first. year in the wil
- being enlarged by ax and fire
needsi new and far longer onviron
merit next year; and so through sub
sequent yearatntil clearing is at an
unr 110-lay -oioncer is thus impelled
d es _oto a large .i‘are of his time to
fa:le - Ink ; and yet bis
• • .._ . 'us often come
to grief through the dep,,,i : aations of
his own neighbors breechy caw,
Fences produce nothing but ,
come bushes, briars and weeds. Sol
far as' they,_:l4y be necessary,' they
'are a deplorable necessity. When
constructed whore they are not really
needed, they evince costly folly. I
think I could point out farms which
would not- Roll to-day for the cost of
rebuilding their present fences.
We cannot make open drains or
ditches serve for fences in this coun
try, as they sometimes do in milder
and more equable climates, because
our eovero frosts would heave and
crumbld,owk banks if: nearly perpen
dicular, sloping them at length in
places so that . animals might cross
them at leisure. Nor have we, so far
north as this city, had much success
with hedges, for like reason. There
is scarcely a hedge-plant at once effi
cient in stopping animals and so hardy
as to defy the severity, or rather tho
caprice, of our winters. I scarcely
know a hedge which is not either inef
ficient or too costly for the average
farmer; and then a hedge is a fixture,
whereas we often need to move or de
molish our fences.
Wire fences are least obnoxious to
this objection; they aro very easily
removed ; but a careless teamster, a
stupid animal, or a clumsy friend,
easily ?takes a breach in one that is
not so easily repaired. Of the few
wire fences 'within my knowledge,
hardly one has remained entire and
efficient after standing two or three
Stone walls, well built on raised
foundations of dry earth, are enduring
and quite effective, but very- costly.—
My best have cost me at least $5 per
rod, though the raw material was
abundant and accessible. I doubt
that any good wall is built, with labor
at present prices, for less than $3 per
rod. ,Perhaps I should account this
costliness a merit, since it must impel
farmers to study how to make few
fences serve their turn.
Bail fences will be constructed only
where timber is very abundant, of lit
tle value, and easily split. Whenever
the burning of timber to be rid of it
has ceased, there the making of rail
fences must be near its end.
Where fences must still be main
tained, I apprehend that poets and
boards are the cheapest material.—
Though pine lumber grows dear, hem
lock atilt abounds, and the rapid de
struction of trees for their bark to be
used in tanning must give us cheap
hemlock boards throughout many, en
suing years. Spruce, Tamarack, and
other evergreens from our northern
swamps, will come into play after
hemlock shall have been exhausted.:
As for posts, Red Cedar is a gener
al favorite ; and this tree seems to be
rapidly multiplying hereabout. I judge
that farmers,who have it not, might
wisely order it, from a nursery and
give it an - experimental trial. It is
hardy; it is clean;
o it makes but little
shade; and it'seems to fear no insect
whatever: It flourishes on rocky,
thin soils; and a grove of it is pleas
ant to the sight—at least, to mine.
Locust is more widely known and
esteemed; but the borer has prov
ed destractive to' it on very many
farms, though not on mine. I like it
well, and mean to multiply it exten
sively by drilling the seed in rich gar
den soil and transplanting to rocky
woodland, when two years old. Sow
ing the seed among rocks and bushes
I have tried rather extensively, with
poor success. If it germinates at all
the young tree is so tiny and feeble
that bushes, weeds and grass, overtop
and smother it.
That a post set top-end down will
last many years longer than if
set as it grow, I do firmly believe,
though I cannot attest it from person
al observation. I understand the rea
son to be this: Trees absorb or suck
up moisture from the earth; and the
particles which compose them are so
combined and adjusted as to facilitate
this operation. Plant a post deeply
and firmly in the ground, butt end
downward, and it will continue to ab
sorb moisture from the earth as it did
when alive; and the post, thus mois
tened today and dried by wind and
sun to-morrow, is thereby subjected
to more rapid disintegration and de
cay than when reversed.
My general conclusion is that the
good farmer will have fewer and bet
ter fences than his thriftless neighbor,
and that gaudy' and plan to
make fewer and fewer rods of fence
servo his needs, taking care that all
he retains shall be perfect and conolu-
sive. Breeohy cattle are a sad affiic•
Lion alike to their owner and his
neighbor; and shaky, rotting, tumble
down fences, are justly responsible for
their perverse education.
Latest Arrival of Gent's Goods.
Has removed to the room over John Bare & Co's Bank,
(Old Inoad Top Corner,) where he is prepared to do all
kiods of work in Lie lino of buoinen. Ho has Just receiv
ed a full lino of
'.'hankful for past patronage he solicits a continuance
of the same. The attention of the public to called to his
stock of cloths, &c., which ho is prepared to make up to
order in a fashionable, durable and tsurkmanlike manner.
Please give me a call.
If unt in gdon, Pa., April 7th, 1869.
Now Cheap Store.
Crownover & Decker,
Have just opened at their new store, west
tpd of Hill Street, next door to the National
ikkel, nem'. Fisher's Mill, in Huntingdon, a
large 'had selected stuck of
BOOTS AND SIWES,
FISH and SALT,
FLOUR and CROP,
""';'"'- fiisi l etkerant'Y a
Everything new and selling cheap, for
CASH OR PRODUCE.
OROWNOVER lc DECKER,
May 24,0 m
WILLIAM B. ZEIGLER,
Ladles` Gents and Children's Furnishing Goode, and
Erlmminge, of all kinds. A largo stock of
PIQUA'S, INDIA TWILLS,
LINENS, of all grades, GLOVES,
and Hosiery for men, women and Children. Thlbet and
GROCERIES and PROVISIONS.
A general assortment of goods, al
ways at lowest cash prices, and of the
Butter, Eggs, &o.,taken in exchange
Huntingdon, Atall 20411310
ANTED. 10,000 pounds Tab
washed wool for which the highest market price
wlhepaid. Merida. [Jun 10m] UNE?
ORR COLUMN FOR THE PEOPLE.
All kinds, at very small profits. Not
offered low to draw you on on ()tiler
goods. Our prices to continue .low,
yr4t4 - .
The best Silver and Gelden Drips,
genuine Lovering and other Syrups.
New Orleans and other Baking Mo
A variety of kinds of best always on
Roasted and Green, cheap as the
cheapest for the same quality.
limns, Shoulder; Sides, Dried Bee
at living prices.
Tho boat N. Y. Stato Goshen and
The best stick and other candies
wholesale and retail.
The best Flour by the barrel, sack
or pound. Cheaper for the same qual
ity than elsewhere.
By tho hundred or smaller quantity
4000 1,2, 3,4, 5, and 6 gallon crocks
jars ) jugs, and churns, selling cheap
GLASS & QUEENSWARE
A largo stock of Ironstone and Com
mon ware, in setts or by the piece.
Glassware, Earthenware, Fruit Jars
etc , at Red Front, cheap.
Wood and Willow-Ware.
A large assortment of Baskets
Buckets, Churns, Tubs, etc., etc., a ,
Fruit, &c. •
Dried Peaches and Apples, Raisins
Prunes, Currants, Elderberries,—Can
tied Fruit and Vegetables, etc.
By the sack or bushel. Also Dairy
All kinds of Spices, and a great va•
riety of notions. Soaps of all kinds
Pickled Salmon, Haddock, Shad,
frrout„, Whits Fish, Mackerel, Dry
Salt, quuddy Labrador, Lutz° and
smoked Herring, by the half and quar
ter barrel, kitt, pound and dozen. All
warranted,and cheaper than elsewhere.
The best quality bf Tobacco, and
cheaper than any other store in town.
For what you want first call at En
torpriso Headquarters whore prices
will be kept regularly low.
NERVOUS AND DEBILITATED.
WHOSE SCEPERINGS HATE BEEN PROTRACTED
FROM HIDDEN CAUSES, AND WHOSE
It you are 'offering, or have suffered, from luvolun
nry dischargeg, vhat effect does it produce upon your
general health ? Do you feel weak, debilitated, easily
tired? Does a little extra exertion produce palpitation
of the heart t Does your liver, or urine organs, or you
kidneys, get out of order? Is your urluo sometime
hick, milky or pocky ,or Is It ropy on settling I Or
aloes a thick skarn the to the top t Or In a sediment
at the bottom otter it line stood awhile ? Do you hero
opens of short breathing or dyntiepela? Aro your bow
els constipated ? Do you have ape/la of fainting, or
rualies of blood to the head ? Is your memory impaired?
To your mind constantly dwelling on this subject t Do
you fool dull, listless, moping, tired of company, of life ?
Do you wish to be left alone, to get away from every
body? Does any little thing make you Matt or jump?
Is your sleep broken or restless Is the lustre of your
oyo as bright P Do you enjoy yourrell in society eta well?
Do you pursue your bualoesa with the some energy ? Do
on feel as ouch confidence In yourself? Are your opir
Is dull and flagging, Oren to fits of melancholy? line
do not toy It to your liver or dyepepsta. boo you rue
less niglita Your back neak, your knees weak, and
kayo hut little appetite, and you attribute this to dye-
mods or liver complaint 1
Now, render, Belrabnee, venereal dleeneee badly cured
ad sexual excesses, are all capable of produling a
weakness of the gonerativeorgans. The organs of gen
oration, Ashen in par feet health, make the men. Did
you ever think that those bold, defiant, merge tic, peree-
erns& euccessful business men are always those who
organs are in perfect health t You never hear each men
complain of being melancholy,of nervousness, of palpita
on of the heart. They are never afraid they canoe
succeed in business; they don't become sad and discour
aged , they aro all, aye pont° and pleanot in company o
adios, and look you and them right In the face—none
1 your downcast looks or any other meanness alm,
hem. I do not mean those who keep the organs Wit
ed by running to excess. These will not only ruin
heir eons titution, but those they do buggiuesw with or
How many men, from badly cured dieeasea, from the
drects of Mr abuse and excesses, have brought abou
hat elate of weakness in these organs that Lae reduced
ho general sy stem so much us to induce Outwit every
her disease—idiocy, lunacy, paralysis, spinal affections,
tici de, and minicar every form of disease humanity Is
leir to—ned t Ito real cam of the trouble acutely ever
suspected, and have doctored for all but the right ono
DISEASES OF 111 ESE OROANS REQU/It 11 THE USE
=IIIIIC 4 C II *
le the Qroat Diuretic, and le a certain cure for diseases
BLADDER, KIDNEYS, GRAVEL, DROP
SY, ORGANIC WEAKNESS, FE-
MALE COMPLAINTS, GEN-
And all diseases of the Urinary Organs, whether existing
n Maio or Female, from whatever:tame originating, and
no matter dhow long standing
If no treatment is submitted to, Consumption or In
sanity may ensue. Our flash and blood are supported
rom these aouroeo, and the health and happiness, and
hat of Posterity, depends upon prompt use of a relish
HELIIBOLD'EI 3IXTBACT CUM; eetrddlebed ap
ward of 19 years, prepared b
H. T. HELMBOLD,
594 Broadway, New York, and
104 South 10th St., Philadelphia, Pa
PRICE—VAS par bottle, or 8 bottles for $8.50, dolly
ered to any addreau
Sold by all Druggists Everywhere
None aro genuine, unless done up in etee
engraved wrapper, with fne•eimilio of my
B. T. UELPIBOLD.
WHARTON & YORE,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
Foreign and Domestic
The attention of
lIIECIIANICS, FARMERS, BUILDERS,
and bnyers generally, to invited to tho fact that we are
now offering n BETTER ASSORTMENT of
HARDWARE, CUTLERY &C.,
than can he found elßeichert, in this part of the State, at
prices to suit the times.. Our stock comprises all articles
in this KnO of buSiness, embracing a general assortment
of TOOLS and MATERIALS used by CARPENTERS,
BLACKSMITHS, CARRIAGE and WAGON MAKERS
JOINERS, &c,, &c.; together with a large stock of
Iron, Steel, Nails, Spikes, Railroad and
.Mining Supplies, Saddlery, Rope,
Chains, Grindstones, Circular,
Mill and CrosssCut Saws,
and Plain Hol
Coal Oil Lamps and Lanterns,
Oil and Powder Cans.
An excellent assortment of
3F 1 .1-I:Loei CAlLtliar3ry
KNIVES, FORKS, DESSERT, TEA
AND TABLE SPOONS, SCIS—
ORS, RAZORS, &C.
BRITTANIA & SILVER PLATED WARE.
Household, Horticultural and Farm
Of the latest and most improved patterns,
CONSTANTLY ON RAND AND FOR SALE
AT IVANUFACTURE.RS PRICES.
CARRIAGE & WAGON MAKERS
Will find a general assortment of material for their use
consisting in part of
Carriage Trimmings, Hubs, Spokes,
Rims, Axles, Springs, _Nuts, Bolts,
Washers, Malleable Irons, Pa•
tent and enamelledLeather,
TVhips, Tongues, Soc
kets, ,Shafts, &c.
Can be supplied with
ANVILS, BELLOWS, VICES,
S LEDGES, HAMMERS,
HORSE AND MULE SHOES,
Horse Nails, and all kinds of• Iron& Steel
Will find in our establishment a superior stock of
MINING AND ➢LINERS' GOODS.
NAILS and SPIKES, of all varieties
ELASTING POWDER, FUSE,
GOAL PICKS AND Si -1:614:1A
.. 11 .2sursamearsai
Can be accommodated with everything in their hoe from
a Grain Separator to a Whet-atone.
Are especially invited to call and examine our stock of
and compare our prices with 'otliere
Comprising the fitarioun Russell
Reaper, Mower, and Dropper, combined,
Rundell'a First Premium HORSE PITCHFORK,
Trace and Halter Chains,
Cards, &0., &a, &c
Among the specialties of our lime, We desire to ea
attention to the celebrated
The exclusive right to soil which is vostod in tie. Send for
admaar and got full particulars of came, and ganef)
yoursolf 0110 superior qualities.
&ales of all vises nud descriptions, including
Tea and Counter Scales,
Grocers' and Druggists' Scales
Rolling Mill, Wheelbarrow, Pork, Port
able, Hopper, Miners and Trans
portation, Hay, Cattle and
FURNISHED AT MANUFACTURERS
The largest and best assortment of
GLASS, PAINTS, OIL & PUTTY
Ever offered fa fl.dr Place
A GREAT VARIETY OF
COOK & PARLOR STOVES
ALL SIZES OF
NAILS AND BRADS,
By the keg. Very !owl
Beat Norway mall, rod, bar an hoop Irop.
STEEL, of all sizes and descriptions
IRON AND BRASS WIRE
Lard, Lubricating and Coal Oil,
By the barrel or gallon, at very low figures
ifffir A call is respectfully solicited, feeling coal.
dent that our goods and prices will not fail to
Huntingdon, Hay 7, 1887
U. G. GOON. GEO. W. ELMO.
IMPORTERS AND WMOLESALE DEALERS IN
Chma, Glass & Queensware,
433 MARKET ST., NORTH SIDE,
BELOW FIFTLI STREET,
ISAAC K. STAUFFER F 9'..
f t .i. .
WATCHES and JEWELRY,,
No. 149 North 2d &red, corner of Quarry,
An assortment of Watches, Jewelry, silver and Plated
Ware constantly on hand.
4% . -Itopalring of Watches and Jewelry Promptly at
tended to. Aug. 11-ly
JOSEPH WALTON &CO.,
No. 413 Mama Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Our establishment is ono of the oldest In Philadelphia,
and from long experience end superior facilities wo are
pt epnred to furnish good work nt reasonable prices.
We manufacture fine furniture, and aloe medinin
priced furnitute of superior quality. A Lugo stack of
furniture always on hand. Goode made to order.
Couutera, Desk Work and Office 'Furniture far Banks,
Offices and Stores, made to order.
Jon. i$ ALTON. J. W. LIPPINCOTT. Jos L. SCOTT.
Family Sewing Machines,
ARE THE BEST.
Sold on the easiest possible torms.
PETERSON & CARPENTER,
914 CHESTNUT STREET, PHILAD'A
EAS'rMAN, BIGELOW & DAYTON
Importers owl Jobbers of
RIBBONS, Fancy SILK GOODS
SASH RIBBONS, BONNNT & BOW RIBBONS,
ENGLISH GRAPES, BUTTONS,
TRIMMING VELVETS & SATINS,
- Velvet Ribbons, Laces, Edgings, Gloves, &c
361 BROADWAY, NEW YORK
sept 6 ani
5-20'S AND 1881'S
BOUGHT, — SOLD AND EXONANGED
MOST LIBERAL TERMS
Bought and Sold at Market Rates.
Pacific Railroad Bonds
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Stocks Bought and Sold on commission only.
Accounts received and Interest allowed on
daily balances, subject to check at sight.
40 SOUTH 3n STREET,
COUGHS, SORE THROAT, ETC
No medicine or' treatment can excel
the powerful curative power of
WHITE PULMONIC BALSAM.
It cures with a rapidity unequalled by any other reme
dy offered for throat find lung diseases. It is recommend
ed by over 2,001 persons in Wilmington, and hundreds in
Philadelphia, Ilaitimore and other cities and commind ,
ties throughout the country. Mr. Pennington, of Wil
mington, Illinois, writes that there is not (with a few ex
ceptious)a family in that city who will be without it if
possible to procure it. Such is its popularity wherever
it is known—and this popul city arises from the fact that
it universally cures all who use it. There is nu case of
COUGIIS,COLDS, SOME TIIMOAT,
ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, CROUP,
BLOOD SPITTING, HOARSENESS, and even Pulmon
my Consumption, where the system hi not broken down
with the wear of the disease, or pretended medi cine, or
inexperienced advice, that Oil, Reborn will not cure if
carefully used according to directions. We pia ante° it
nil we represent it be. and invite a trial from the afflicted
everywhere. Price 50 eta., medium size, and ;1 fur large
size bottles. Prepared only by
J. II SIIVIMS, M. D ,
Practical Organic Chemist,
No. 707 Market St.,
Philadelphia depot. Johnston, Holloway & Cowden, 801:
Baltimore depot, S. S. Hance, 108 Baltimore Street.
For sale by Medicine Dealers generally.
Trine 141810.1 y.
LADIES' FANCY FURS,
8 Arch Street,
. Furs from first hands,
in Europe, and havo bad them made up by the most skiff
ful workmen, I would respectfully invite my friends of
Huntingdon and adjacent counties, to call and examine
my very largo and beautiful aosortmont of Fancy Pure,
for Ladies and Children. I ait determined to sell at as
low prices as any other respectable house in the city. All
Furs Warranted. ho misrepresentations to effect sales.
716 ARCH Street, aboyo 7th, &blab MO,
BUSINESS MEN, TAKE NOTICE!
It you want your card naatly printed on °rivet
oyes, call at
LEWIS BOWAN!) P aTIONERYSTOIa
INCORPORATED APRIL 7, 1,70
OFFICE at HUNTINGDON, PENI'A.
3IERCHANDISE, . -
and OTHER PROPERTY
LOSS OR DAMAGE BY EIRE;
On R 9 reasonable terme as any other responsible company
J. E. SINGER, JOHN S. MILLER. ISAAC WRIGHT
S. T. McCULLOCH, D. B. MILLIKEN. WM. KENNEDY
Presieleut, VIM. KENNEDY; Secretary,
J. M. MILLER; Trea.swer, J. E. SINGER.
Vice 'President; S. T. 'lifeCitiMon.
Agent for Huntingdon co., 'A. B. PkrFNEDT
UNITED STATES " -
Authorized WAR CLAIM AGENCY
soLDx.m.a. nEms,' ATTENTION
The act of Congress approved, March 2, 1887, gives to
Heirs of Soldiers who died prisoners of war,
003131UTATIOlif FOR RATIONS,
or the time ha soldier was so held a prisoner, it the
rate of twenty-five canto per day, to be paid in th e follow.
ing order:let. To the widow, if unmarried ; Id. To the
children ; 21. To the parents. to both jointly if they are
living, if eithenis deed, to the survivor 4th. To the bro.
tilers sad sisters. .
The act of February 28.1887, provides for the . refund.
ing of the POO Commutation Money. :where the Sallie per.
enn was again drafted, and was required to enter the ear.
vice or furnish a substitute. , • .
The actor March 2,1867, also makes provisions for the
payment or the,
$ . lOO ADDITIONAL BOUNTY • "
to such soldiers as tiara accidentally lost their dlschar
All persons liming any claims under any et tbo above
mentioned Acts, or any other kind of claim against the
United States or State Governments, can have them
promptly collected, by addressing the undersigned. In.
formation mid advice cheerfully given to soldiers or their
friends, lieu of charge.
W. I!: WOODS,
Authorized Anna and Nara IM,CYaint dame,
may 9,21807 tiunTlNooon, Itnntinedon co., Pa .
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J. M. GREEN &F. 0. BEAVER
/laving entered into partnership. Jul irra the public that
they are prepared to exec-.te all al tee of -
Plain and ornamental Marble Work
Such as YIONIIME Th
NTS. ITEADSsIh'S. alto Building
\Wolk, at ft , low wire. :Iv any shop to Ma onnty
()triers Irons dvaance pi omptly , Ltuah.l to.
Shop on MIFFLIN .treaa., a law atom, toot of the lu.
therm, church Inzb6,lBo •
'P.M. Y.M. .M
4 211 111 53 N. Hamilton, 617 12
429 12 00 701 Mt. Union,.,. 610 04
4 36 ..... 12 08 Mapleton 6 12 56
4 42 12 16 7 17 Mill Creek,— 4 62 47
456 6 00,12 32 730 Huntingdon, 10 211 430 ,35
612 ' 112 53 • Petersburg,— I'4 18 18
5 22 1 03 . Barren 1•4 09 _ 10
530 110 8 0113pruceOreok, ...... 4 021 04
543 126 Birmingham, a. ' 3 491 53
5 52 1 34 6 26 Tyrone, 9 36 341 46
601 145 Tipton, • 330 87
6 07 1 53 Fostoria, 3 25 32
611 200 8 42 Bell's Mille,. - 320 7'27
0 ac, 607 2 201 900 Altoona,. 905300 7 /0
P.N. A. M. P.M. A.M., P.M. P.M. A.X
The FAST LINE Eastward leaves
A. M., and arrives nt Huntingdon at 1 4!
The CINCINNATI EXPRESS Eastward,
6 45 P. 51. and arrives at Iluntingdon
PACIVIC EXPRESS Eastward; loaves
AL and pause Huntingdon et 8 06 A. M.
CINCINNATI EXPRESS Westward leaves Huntingdon at.
3 32 A 11 and arrives at Altoona 4 50 A M
Tho VAST LINE Westward, passes Huntingdon at)
7 08 1'., AI. and arrives at Altoona at 8 12 P. M.
HUNTINGDON & BR
On and after Thursday, JUNE 16th, 1870, Patten,
ger Trains will arrive and depart as follow.:
U 1 TRAINS. DOWN TRAINS.
Its 8 0
Ls 5 101
6 23 0
6 27 9 It
AR 6 431 80
cE 7 00
7 17,0 47
7 241 9 54
7 421 16 22
RG3 l 0 ail
8 17 10 43
All 825 AF 10 50
LZ 6 45fLE 9 3611
7 001 950 Coalmont
7 051 9 Crawford,
An 15len 10 05 Dudley,
Broad Top City,.
Silo of tho Block, be
, and Stb St., Kolb aide
i denier In all kind* &
• LADIES' and OEM
Raving enlarged, r e
-9deled and im ovoy
y old and favo r ab Id
lowa fur emporium,
ro and splendid assort.
GQ TQ IiED FRONT GROCERY
VANTA IT. - ROAD.
OF LEAVING/ OF TRAINS,.
Altoona, at 12
45 A'. 51.
at 7 04 P M.
Altoona at 700 a,
I Ifuntingdon, 1
Pleaaan t Grove,
Rough & Ready,—
1 Fishers Summit...
Saxton, ..... ........
'. Piper's Run,...:..
AR 5. 22
JUI"9 RUN BRANI
o 16, 'TO. .3,011 N
' la 4 00,