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From Pooh=ls' Monthly. • •
INDUSTRY THE ONLY TRUE
WEALTH.. • w
The Monopoly 'of the',Soil is .the great
fundamOntal error of our•Pglitical and Social
polity: had, the truth bur boon untlerstooji
And acted, on, in,the settlement of this cor•
tinent, that no matt tate rightffilly.hay.o an
exclusive property in any more soil than hi
and his family can cultivate—hod tt
ate and rotas:nimble maximum`for lend•own'-
ing been established at the ontset, and no
man\ permitted to hold more, save on suffer
ance, to be Csumed by the State so soon as
the increase of, its population shall hitt , e
ceentedn demand for it—then the spectacle'
of eneral thrift, industry, plenty and coti
tontruentypresented brour': country, would
,Jrthielt cfristocrady Mid dispotistia
„ , •
from Europe without a struggle, and ensure
a general imitation of • our beneficent, ins
sphing i- But wo - began under
royal ausikes, and! with royal grants ofintid
in exorbitant quantities to farorites ; and we
hive very naturally progressed to
_ e pooi.
Imises, orphan* itsyluins , tina qoUp soctotiesi
until already our great Mies 'differ little in
their: spill weds front the capitals of
h :their sumptuous thoisatubt
and squalid hundred; of thousands of inhabi:.
tantni, 1 . A4 monopoly, wherever it may
be toleraed, compels the many to toil, and
sutfer.that the few may riot and ,sqoandore.
It trust be nbollshed before republican prin r
ciples can' have full.courso and achieve their
noblest results. . •
A liopublie wherein one man may truly
say of those yho hold tho Imilance of power
in a Stab). 4 ,`lf• thay' do not vote ns I any,
will doprivo'theT of their means ,of subsist•
once," is but a . disguised and decorated
A Republic in ,whielt s . a largo' proportion
of the voters are , ignorant enslaved to epi
petite, and in desperate want of the neces•
series a . vory
,insocu're guardian Of
Liberty, Property ~and Prosperity!" Every
elector should, htive a direct and. palpable ,
interest in tho welfare Of the community
whose policy ,may Ur) radically changed by'
his ballot, and it is the p, T eSsinif dictate of
public safetithet such interest bo, extended
and seeured.to' him. A constitutional pro-
visionthatno more than a rensonable number
Ofacres--say three hundred and twenty - 7
of arable soil shall honeeforth. he acquired
by any ono within the limits ,of the' State,
leaving each unmolested in his present.,..pos
sessions, but pretcribing that whOover shall
hereafter in Brit or apqmre. amble land
beyond the 16gal rnakimutuy shall within a
Yea dispose of the excess, or have it sold
in hi behalf by the proper (lacer of State,
notid being received from any but a load
14ss man u oisiiio' Whop r s entirn' posiess)ons
;wilding tbut.he bids for, nOt excee
the legal maximumovonld do more to scene
the.provalence o equality, in ytry, into lc
ppm and Preaperityi thin any act ever yet
framed. It would give a ; new, ipipulse t ti)
agricultural improvemetet, by impelling
active, energetic; and thrifty men to improve
Oho farms thei ,have,,
.instead of applying
their faculties and 'means tb the buying out
of their,neighbore. 'Few as yet realize that
ho who owns a hundred fair acres in 'a thickly
settled community . may ‘l4ble his estate'
more naturally, ;cheaply and beneficently, by
dotibling the idiptli 'of . the soil. than .bir
adding on,anotlier,hqndred acres. The, fer
nier snethdd iniolves ILO double feinting nor
double taxes—toth which are implic4 by the
latter. ! In fact, the toil not only might be
but would hoirefidered far more Produetive
than it ikow iri,nnd give far more cuiployment
to labor, if it Were not for, this fatal facality
of territorial•eX,pansion, which now engroa
es the ahaiglei and nleanief successful cul
tivators. • Public .works of general ntilly
Would be far intro rapidly and extensively
-2 itztatmeted,,ifit, were.not for the: pride:of
neighborhoodannieition-- , -the coveted
tinction of lug Rtost I t o pf any man in
the Oonatry. • As A general rale,'Ticv farm will
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• pay three per 'Cent , on its market value to any .
othier,than a resident cultivator ; yet many a
sharp dealer.will add farm , to farm rather
than lend his money on esix per cent.
mortgage r to help his <lung 'and struggling
neighbor keep the o , farm from which he
derives his subsisterice, to Which his hopes
am anclitired. ' •
No Man' thinks of investing in a railroad,
unless merely to help it,.without tanir pros:,
pecV of realizing ' at toast six, per cent;
yet the passion of territorial aggrandizement
halts at no such limit. The laws .which en
courage and protect this passiOn have 'much
to answer for—the dearth °tern ployrnent,the
'depression of wages,the dependence oflabor,
and tho constrained idleness of hundreds of
thousands: . No thousand' acres • owned by
one man do Or will, in the nature of things,
employ`and reward nearly so much tali& as
those same aeres would if owned and culti-,
voted b ten, twenty or thirty men. If one
jean wo landlord of the earth, half its,
,pit / would inevitably ho paupers ; if
every man'Owned. so'nrineli of : the sou as lie
oultivates,oi would cultivniel. there would
soon 'be no i paupers at all. Antmus, in clas
sic table, beaten to .the earth, is revive by
her touoli, and renews the, contest with alt
his. pristine vigor. Thus it would and should
be with every one who fails in trade,in manu
facture, or in any of the professions. • Our
popular education should have taugitt him in
boyhood the principles and the methods Of
rural industry-; our laws should secure him
at all times easy access to a modicum of the
soil-. Then " failure" in some commercial
or industrial enterprise would tease to be
eynonytimus with Y' ruin,;" then no man,
defeated in, a . single effort; would occount
himself,or be' regarded by others, as paralyz
ed and prostrate for life. It shall yet be'
realized that, in the infinite bounty of Provi
dence,o6o is hope for all who have sacrifie- .
ed that kltegrity and thoroughly
L regained it.
That hdrwho is once bankrupt should thence
forth ho l useless and Burdensome, is one of
the most/wasteful of our soclaliblunders, and
demands prompt Correction. No nun', with
two strong arms and an honest head on his
shoulders, should be accounted a minus
quantity because holies ifroved unfortunate,
in some, single vocatiouk „There are still.
huodred of. p,osAilities k tomainlna, ;„aa,4 l ,if
there-were none but thus, ' grain would geoiv"i
raid fruits ripen under his care as well a,s
['nether's. - Friends may vanish and fortune
frown, but.our kind mother Nature smiles'
'benignantly on all her children to the last.
I discern in our wholesale alms-giving l our
• misnained ehaiity, tho most striking confes
.sion l i the v i ces and defects -Of • our -social
'economy. Charity was once a synonym of
love; but who imagines that there is any Todd
in our current almk-giving to strangers? We
'relieve their Niants, not bedtime we love but
because we loathe them, 'and would fain , bo
speedily rid of their hateful Kosovo. In a
wisely Ordered social,state, there would lie
no going, sA , e from relative to relative-(, or
from friend to friend:- Tho destitute, crip
diseased or idiotic,would be supported,
attho public expense, as a matter not of fit
, vor but of simple justice; but,-
whining beggar would be tolerated,any more
than a-professed thief. Every day's subsist- ,
once by begging dents the receiver farther
and farther from the rational helm of over'
agnin being a useful and respected member
of society—every day drives him farthbr to
iards desperation, outlawry and crime.—
The beggar encounters contempt, reviling
and Scorn;.and these foster in hie heart bit-'
tornoss, execration and reeenge. Hischil
dron grow up thieves as 'Well as vagrants;
,they loathe the idea of working for a liveli
hood, and dread n factory worse than a pri
son. And,worst of all, the p,t4feis of alme•
giving are poured into" a bottomless abyss.
If ten times as much were,given in charity
to vagrants ns now is, there,wouldbo no less
Alistress, but ten times as matiy beggars. It
should be the first care of a wise State to
make all needful public prevision for the re
lief and sustenance of the luckless and des
titute, and thea,inexorably repress all t va
grant beggary—all Appeals to, the , sympathies
of strangers. If we cannot at fince'abolisli
all idleness, all horse-leech npplieations to
the jugular indhstry, we can at least make a
beginning, here. Every strolling beggar
should at oat° be. taken in 'charge by the
proper authority and set to work; every child
of stibh vagrant Ahnuld•he etude welcome to
a good home and honest trade. If our great
cities had lint the nerve to take hold of the
giant evil in this spirit,and spend less in ten
years to eradicate' beggary than - they now la
vish in pampering and increasing 14 - 7
would do themselves mid the world a service.
.of which they litt7io no i vi no adequate poncep
1i0n.),, • -
I am not, ilisposed to.judged harshly ,the
large class of young men who are said to
"fail!" because, commencing life without
definite idra.si of the necessity _ to, the young
of Strict 'economy, hoth,eftime and means,
they are ,tempted into undue . expenditures,
and fall- thence into pecuniary embarrass.
mots. I can iitaagine cages , in=whichAhis is
bUt the overflow oldgenerous nature, anx
ious, to make • hoino pleasant to the dear,
brightener of its fireside, and to proffer apt. ,
ting hohPitalitr . to;
_relatives and friends.
Certainly r to contract debts without a moral.
ly sure prospect of, paying them is faulty,
apd, -if kntentionali is •dishonest and criini:
nal. The-fraudulent bankrupt is- a thief .
0414 to be ProyideVfar,
Rat the, young :Imp whoi . through',siMple
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411 VOA 'VAIN GOOD THAT LACKS ASSISTASCRI FOR TIM WRONG THAV MICRO* ARIiIIIITANOR• I4 ' ll
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READING, PAy, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 11:10,39;1
*ant •of experienCe." and imperfeek knowl
edge of the valueOf money, supposing him
self Well established in a goad business, and
in the receipt of an adequate and steadily in
creasing income, supplies and adorns his
home with elegance 'which' he cannot really
afford, and indulges tastes in equipage and
entertainment which are beyond his actual
meads, is often only weak and uncircum
sped, where a Wall and. hasty judgment
pronounces him dishonest"' When the . delu
sion vanishea at the lowering, of trouble—
when protestednotes,foreclosing Mortgages,
and pbssiblj a, snow-shower of writs and exe
cutions, pour upon hini,_.then comes the true
trial'of his character. DO:nbt condemn until
then. , Jibe take the lesson kindly, a. it was
intended—if, without one Weak if - 10'1111ft, one
theatrical grimace, he discard all'his finery
and parade, and come protanity dawn to the
level where fed:tufa or his own folly has
placed him—if, lie Woken* his 'friends as
cordially to his
_ntiked two rooms up-stairs
as he did, to the front parlor of his spacious
And elegantly furnished house, and take hold
of any work whieli' now solicits him—per
haps that an journeyman in his old shopo
elerlf in the store .formarly his=-as heartily
and, joyous'y as ho over presided over it—
that man has not failed. 1' He has rather
risen then.fallen ; as years Will make
plain to the dullest eppi.Wension... Ho will
soon be in his old place agnin, - assuming that
he over belonged there, and, profitingliy his
past error's, will pay his old debts and win a
competence. Do not distrust but pavoifaith.
and all will come out right'.
- Still, the, fondnesif for displ4, the craving
for ()legend() and luxury, is a weakness whin
only yeuthAnd loye and thoughtlessness en
excuse. All great; all good men, have either
despised it from the outset of speedily out•
grown it. A volume or portraits of the
world's hundred greatest men, with outside
and inside views of the dwellings wherein
their lives 'were mainly passed, would Prove
Most instruct/TT 'and salutary. Tho simpli
city of nature evinced in their countenances
would s,,eem bet a reflex of that Axpressed
by theinfoines. The midabsorlied by grand
benignant purposts' must regard the trap.
pings of luxury naimpediments, asdistrac-,
tions, entirely out of keeping With the chef
ends of its' being. Asp general rule, no man
can he tood'finc nifich'whase - dinner con.
Humes two hours of his . day in the providing
and consul - ling if it. Our great men in the
way of tradie—William Gray, Girard, Astor,
MeDolough—Were all extremely simple in
their habits, quite as much from taste as
from economy. It was related of Gray,while
he, ived, and never edntradicted, that,,whon
hp was worth, a
,million .dollars, a young',
lawyer seeing a humble, plainly dressed
man in the market of Boston, hired him to,
tarry home tho meat be lead just purchased
' which job was accepted and performed with
alacrity. Arrived at his own door, the
lawyer, tendered a shilling, which the meat
carrier accepted with thanks. "And When
ever you have any little job to give," added
the meek receiver of the shilling, "just
inquire for Billy Gray. Everybody 'about,'
the inarket knows me." The lawyei blushed,
shot into the house, and never again Wanttid
a man-to carry home 11114 dinner to the dhy
of his death. ,
So Astor,when solicited : for credit by a for
buyer ho did not know, took his reforencei,
and said ho would promptly' make inquiry
and give annnswer. Meanwhile, the cus•
tomer bought a small peeling° for cash, shod
took it on his shoulder to carry' away, with
him. "WOn't you have a porter?" asked 'the
monarch of the fur .trade. "No, thank
you r " said the buyer, "I can carry this
myself." "That's enough," said the shrewd
Jacob, "I don't want tp consult your - re
ferences. You can have credit here for all
you will buy." So , it is with wise men the
world over. They &Judge by appearanees,
but very differently from the judgment of
the "moths" who "are ever caught by
• MeDoneughl dies, and his ( entire wardrobe
is appraised" at forty dollars, while his be
quests for philanthropic purposes amount to
millions.. Girard, , too, lived a reputed
miser; but his will nobly refutes the calum
ny. It makes
,Evident the fact that he lived
and &vigil to a benignant; unselfish end ; and
to such dlifei, the reproach of avarice is
The vice of extravagance,ot inordinate ex-
Penditure,is ono to'whichour countrytnen are
especially addicted. We aro a sangeindpeo-
Pie, end our. past history and rapid progress
giie plausibility to the most . magnifieent'ex
,pectations for the future. Looking, .back
'through a century, our
~.c : _o untry's career in
arts, industry,population,wealthewould seem
'oho uninterrupted and sweeping advance ;
but, if regarded more closely, we find that
this advance has • been fitful and intermit
tent, like that of a t iisitkVide-mark ~on the
sandy beach; and sometimes years of depres
shin and disaster have interrupted the pro
gess of improvement. lie who calculates
that the country willbe richer'and vaster.,its
,extensive, its industry more
efficient,fifty years hence than they now are,
bas 'every,pmbability on side ; but ho
wito•cherishess the assurance-that:next year's
trade will , neeeisatiily be More active and
prosperous. than this, and incurs expenves
and obligations 'on the strength of that ex
,pectation, is very likely to be
and crippled. Excessive eonfidence in our
selves and our ' predestined good fortune is
"the Isiationalfiefect,i let us be careful that
;it is not permitted to work ! eta psrsoutti or
Work wipe success and Indoloaco leads to
failure--such is the general ifpot„nniversall
law. Qf two children, it were very, unsafe
to predict that thd brighter, quickeri.
tier,, will the better sttcseed in life . ; for very
often his seeming duller playmate will Out•
strip bite, and'bettf to tho totnit'renewa And
blessings t while ito"falls):7 the waYside'and
is forgotten. Put ascertain that one of twb
children evinces raro,assiduity and devotion
to whatever benefits his years andstationt"
tit ho does not' dread, and' shun labor, but
ka).B his part' in it cheerfully. and heartily,
makitig'a , theatrie diiplay of his en
et* and dilligenee, and that, While ()theft'
devote all - thoir leisure hours Ito frolic atiA
rOrcation ho sits down by *self to read
-and study, and 'finds satisfactoryismploy
inent iu storing his mind. with - knowledo,
agreeable society in the thoughtd.of earth's
best and wisest" Instructors; and ,yon may
very confidently. assume
should'life and. health remair, him; will
not; in after life t disgrace.tho4tanio ho bears
nor - sent' a ' dagger to , a mother's gloating
.heart. lb mnY not attain distinction, but
ha will' very Certainly seeuro: esteem and
the tears of tifishamed' affeCtion Will. water
his grave Jthwover lowly. -
' AUSTR A, by. the unfortunate results of
her recent war with Prussia and Italy, wits
forced from het position as'tho head of the
German nations, of Europe nnk driven bankupon her Slavonic po sessions. t Prussia
prides herself . greatly pen tliis feat,: but'
Atistrials still-determined to remain Ger.
man in her principal characteristies, and is
using every exertion to establish flerman
colonies in the heart of Bohemia and Gallieie:
The /monde Russe l lho organ of the Rumen
War ()Pee, says that the Austrian govern
moat, in -pursuance' of a law passed in the
last session of the Reichsrailt, has just , sold
extensive Crown estates _in Gallicia . and
Bohemia for • $7,050 ' ,000, ant sorno iron.
mines in Styria for $0,870,000. GalliCiaand
Bohemia protested 'against. this,sale, as'it had
not been apprehd by thelAretive Diets,
but olgovernment aids 64 their pro-.
tests.. Thereagerneas Of..494tria to carry
out her modsures was also exhibited in' the
conditiono44O sale;Llnstead 4 conret
ing the kale by public auction and. in mall
lots, as is usual in. such eases, Mile go,yserp : ; ,
wi l t, disposed. Of the estates pr,lvately to
Proisiatt capit4ists, ' although , the' ' local
authorities ha, offered a .high4' price -for
them. These Prussians 'will, Witt asserted,'
introduce colonists from the Rhino and the
Hartz, and in this way Germanize the Rohe
mien and Slavonic emintries. , ''
Gas and . S'toani Fi t ting!
'''EDWARD .SCULL •
NO. 10, SOUTH FATII
DIMS LEAVE TO ANNOUNCE TO TRH Orßl
xi seas of Reading and vioinity, that he attends
PLUMBING, GAS AND STEAM FITTING,
At short notice. All work done, guaranteed. No n e
but the best Workmen employed, •
Also, a lotiof first-class Chandeliers, Brackets,
Rangps, Bath Tube. Water Closets, Sngots, &0,,
always on hand and for sale at the lowest prices,
• A share of the , public patronage is respectfully
.Juno 24-3 m EDWARD SCULL.
DEMOCRATS, twist) clubs for the BRILL '
R EMOVAL! BIE/MOVALI!
• . I,
LIQVOR . ; STOAR,
Has been retard from the K e y st o ne Building to
the now and e ()gent store,
NO. 437 PENN
Where.oustonla will find every Mtge Stook of the
best and purest' ;‘ ,
are., ever offered to the public of Reading. Ail
proof ef the obey° that is required is trial., ;
share of patronage is solleited. 'TOMAS BART,O;
Good' dews ' ` for Old Berks;
A• 'LARGE STOCK OF
3P I, XIYA.MV-00110
FOR SALE ONANS'T'ALIitENTS,
't A. BEIG'S
PIANO • *.kio, S ;1*
,'I No. 403 Penn gtreet..‘
Great indacemente offered to Lodges and
Also a . few good second-hand riangis for
~t ~ f
?HREI OEN* Pgit t
TEN icalel PEI V :4'
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-ifoiti kiiiiiitsits gt, il * 1
ii Ds. No. Rad sistlot uti#,,ors
Ne au*, tio 04010 • 1 • ‘ str.,
*Mt 94 ,1 t0 / PA Y I s i k . A I •
Maw -Amcor talt.‘ g io ir • •
180 Qentrestieet. Pot vine. • bot
in the liftman leasnate. . • tut..l
D i ND A • I C et O t U NV/001 1 Tt M I A! A' NeV I ,
Court 6t., (near§titiii)Reaniuftwl4
Orrlos: No. titobourlliltio44ll 00400
IIX IC NAGLE, ' • • •
1:1.• • Itl3 re I itCl4l
- (U. O. Pezialon fluipoo.) -
SIQ Pooq,Street, Reading, L
08100 boum-12 to 2 p. m. 8 to 8 to. m. •-
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Office, No, 29 North 6th Otteet;'Oppeelte P 0906140.
*YrSertvenhi,e,in,d .Ooniei ohke ieromPtii let
tended to, • ' ' ' - •*febl9.3uxo.=.
. ,D. KIWI, ' '.._ . L: - ''''. i , , ,
1 (80ti Oiiholate (leo. WHOM/ ki4:ti.:: •
• ' AorPORNIVY AT W ; , :
orb el Centre street, Opiosite the Rp pat Ohnieb:
ian2B-tf • • ' . . Porra ILL.% P.A. .
J 11031411 O. IltAilil,EY,,; - . ' '' ' ':: '
A T SC, It, N, :'I ,;'l, - li A Ti . •
osoo, No. 40 *cowl :.;. 14. ' . ~ h Stxti.Streid,
nearly oppotte the Coe I. ' ;' • a i lin g . n
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ATTORArRY At,"L : A.W.. ;
041oo. 10 5) k:TORTII .8J:41'1 ,sillt4l., itiOx.ria
i 11114ItIOlIA1tnN, .I
• ArrbliNßY LAW.
°Moe, ards, N 0.530 Can tt sreet, ovey.the o sio toritqlf
Rich Rsq. 2 sbo.
1 )ANIEIL• ERMENTRuirr,• tr
ArroßNErii LAW," •
Maeb6 in North Sixth Stiset t oorner . Coiart Alley.
AUGUSTUS S. BASSAIKAN,'
A 1 TO.OO Y 1 K r t A4%,
°Moe, No. 40 North Si*th striet t ortgr.sitetri do4rt
/Consußatioox had tri, the if ogktsh or Ger 7
won lontruNce. • feb6tl
( TORN RALSTON.' '
" AVTORNR.i" .42 1 ,14 W. •
Office, No. l 0 North Sixth street, eppostte the Key
stono Muer., Reeding. Pa.... ', I ,
001110'19 ' ' - ',. •
I) ; , . JOEL E. IT ATiNEE ? 4
• .1 I , . . - ,
, ' ' -- , 4 2 7 0 ANATAT.Ps-W.—• . ..„ ' i
itnitoagtates Olim. rension ihd , VotintiAtoD .
Office, - No. 524 Washlniton Oriel - , lotirden .in
*0 fl stroots,, Re,aollll4 • Pt!, po . xeCa 4ePtalitt '
until Fa olitjme aro tieditrer ' • :lon- ,
WiLi lAwo. anu,srpaH,
(Orgalost of. Ai: „Rear Olmrolt.) , -
TEAOIIFR OF PIA 0 - 1 1 01dE, OROA,N AND
v • I MONY. • ' - •
No i 223 North SlAth stroot, Roading, PA. s
N. 8.--Plano; Tuned. • fj up!)
pH. IE. mosair, ,
SURGEON DE.N , TIST,
OFPI4IIE-419 Penn Sirbetolle lug Pa
invites the publici to call datiobirto his new
plan for extracting teethinltheut pafrt. , , All open(
*lons is the .professlott neatly eitecated and
charges reasonable, , • sp2Att
Vilnir/NO ' CARDS, ' • . 1
BUSINESS CARDS,. ,
, A . NVEDiqNO CARDS, (ke., ,
Of an 1011.16, may h e 00 ac,tho EAO 4 4 0000., . i ,
Electrotypes furnished If desired. ' : sf ;,'--
q All , ode *Ube sione la the' post boantlfullnan•
ner, nudist the lowest tate!. pp at tho Vagla
Bookstore. , , , • : ' , -, ' :', , ;
- • ~,,
Ti-09MPOSITiON PAVE AT, •
• 1 AND. imoonnvo....:„ -,-..,!
, , ,
rIiIIIS PAVEMENT ' AND FLCiOIi,IN6 Dit NOY,
.1. acknowledged .to be lb.) Pelt .in re, c' it e=;
comos bard and Orin immediately, Is o'ololo2lo.
and impervious to wider, and notaVoo od by•trner
heat or c01d .. ; • ~ ' •
• All . orders romPlW • attended - le. find itioyorlc.
guaranteed to give sigisiliction...spplhr'' u • r ' f . ' • -
'D. u. Lt it, '
• Juno 1.8-tf • ,'. •, l'f No. V. Sou o h t
- ,au Lwaft l etattoup t •
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p• 114 . ath464#1210 : v.,10.
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let t !. ktl'iosst*Yett ,Colunt to at 7 50
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tip • :- 010 • • , !Ptto.e4, 41,41tIVP,tr f f . Wit
o I . ' „ . '. • 2 ‘,
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Now & ortY
New Nit Ty e ittiiiintil. 13th
all ilo 111 tt...r
Irou_kk lohrj ploric" edPhtle4olPhla
Ir hila t i Vit h ittn - ;to rir Ottitonit,,eett lingeteit
f A l t* MI Milla c tl ilt.ffi.; "• :t • 4010111 s /0
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S. F. - Kinynn. 'don't rtVied Jae . et:' , ,•.•,-J i lir
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1 Atilt .'retiiiktitatla l - s'll i ttaroad
SlWdlio , oltit#sll , VllT-. P5 4 ! , Q 1 .; , Nd.
13tx TRA ni n t a pik tegrAf t spir,lv.vra
On add after 1 ' t - Ilk 2 0 11; tip, two
Passengor Trahia,ll 1,/ iißYli t (10 1 41414 1 /t(oAill`gl
SugaYstoFoßtfA: ay stattqns, at 70.
•A. t and 4 ~,, . s, st at e L lj the w l fy sta
tions Dotweela 'Ai l s aow /tory, Milne
OP or 00009 .01 a I ,chanlC can Illii
Oeli4 Isrvin sin * " a Ity at., Mid Orli) at
: Atte Or),..tioV .15 Ko M. , . , ...
Four; (/I ti xprelis - Tintne in) Nave
Re Int all • a IP 1415000 101' OW lurk
an f tinntill.lo7 f?' !''', . "( 1 'Au
'4 91 ,2 „ralltl ruk trktoult e out kitialmoth to
New ior , wittiontehangiro rs,_ titoppino , only
at Lyons, Altentown, Both le out An „ Bain p -
ton Sorntirryille, •Plednileld anti :4 lllNa bbl h, and
Arrizioat t i X trit tw IV* A. ~12,00 Al., 7.25, ,
ait, • • , •f •' .4 .....•
Tito 4.44 4i. : , ktral g wit not ipavo l Rending art
Mondays'. .I.r he. 7.00 . It. Al i and 11.40 P. 111 ‘ nal n . er
14 4d t e t 1 . 7 1 9 7 1 11 . 0 %2 4 4 14 0 747 1 ii 0 1ta 1 i t ti11. , ik Or et
a IY.'' V , 1 t If_a_ll4sflo4o. l ,oTAV OS clan 5, 8
fi A rraVitO g g l nt end lV .611(".°°
iil) `1 L 0 ti , • ^ tk • tv..... =
0164 }iron Pitlf IM., 1,10,tq4,4,a,117.
6 id d ,•• 4 • 1 i ns
1 P , -.l,roiir tilor ii 4tots
every wit• ' k
t i . . 1, ,d. i t
011 a A 1 ifillimi
n t!? 2 ', pp nu'. 41 1 1 ni l ikii9 itowp,
0 - ‘ .1.1 • i. . it t lily Onolltti at 4.0(1
P.l, A t
crti ' 4.44,1MAt 6k t k , ,
'. _ . 'At e • delisos to pute ase tieliets be
%realer ; th 4:,. 4 lii WWI 11;1 iti 40
o aro a oo ea, i n t n
.ay lite fide the v• • dnotor, • i•ii ,• /• . • 4-4 4
• OP" 23 '1! „
_. . .(.); ,0;c4iiey .L. 1F1 1 4“,,,,,,,,,,170 NAA.
Philadelphia' &leading Railroad.
~. B orn
EADING. Att.drn 134 3 .
illtiferfita44l'93? I'AP3O n iNO I:R
Own to r tlidelphin,•pass! it Rend
ing nt 730, 10,33 and il 30 a. m., and 4 21 , 1 n etl 030
p. m.. ',, .' 4v , • ,
VP•to, Pottevlllo, at 040 n, m., and 550 and , l'. 00
, , 1 Vain WM• re 146attpit and jrarilishuri. t
Western 141r4ss from New lrotilt, at 110 11. to,
11141 50 and/ lu 0; mi , , • 1t -
' ilarrtri: eriartatifn Tit c rt•lls e r 14, 2
Alid Wit r to il t 11, tn. n 4 wol. •
• • Uri , 11 adato,o adoikk tn. Jtoadltta at"
,040 e L ancl Ft.:Ji l l/4A
„tit) trains sat •1 1 0 30 a.
"m i iitt 07 if. M . A- '' '- - •', - ' ' • •
1 1'14, * p,m t ftriA, V i 110,54
i t fail) . *Rini
rllll Oil Y Pewee 11 e 0 Wan e rig.
i tip tralV 4 7 htl oiptialpr i , esiding ar
,rleliure ap Potter Ae, a 730 and 5 5 a, m„ 1143
ttoon,soa p, inl en 515 tot in:; lte Ina
csdy. The 16 a. In. trains comsat w ith trains for
Tama/tub, Willtamsportadmire. Buffeld, Niagara
and Canada. - - ~ 1 , - ~, - - •-•> •
, 2 ,The 815 a. 41, and 8 B(ip k ip, p i g trains tram Phil
adelphia, an OW ift; kb. and 4 O. in_ t do 11 trains
:atif omatp Dobai stations, ell toad ngi t
ending Awe/hp/datin Trap I eaves, °Mini
tit 30 I: m., iaturning lenVei Pall elphi Mt 515
lk '''' ''` A A 1.4 1 t'ii'f
' l4 gitaiiiiiti' Aocommo Mk '-' 41 ' a extor ts, lonet 6 a.-In'irretutldnit k i atriio ,hdedelph la
I . 444 C l ke n ' - • - . ~,,
'' The OEOII ROHM Trahle Coined it atrr is
tittlfilb ft2Praoil tralea lee an nsykyania it.
, zor altioldtel, Plttiett „In% ati path 1 Vrie.A .
;arid the ,10.45 t trait& co 414 at ilatrkbe Kg for
,Eltably h . ,___ aneast i er e _W r ialretendis i .plittn nu rY.
,ift . n tat rid e i: am:mummit.
e, yen. i . ... iri ll ~_ _ P.,,,,.. z ~,,i),. , ,
sbri. ins e Ye pper iiapyi at lIN 4.14, ,
and 615 p.m., for p rata k b,Mtlep Mingsiitgr ; Aid
f -ThrougicUhilkilfuts — 'o4tiei- tlOitels and Dot
rtlfttlatvtrrerttrurittil "lilene'P .4
R914..i, 00#14rAliptr , Irg i ly ,
%W:cutoff e asp per 41. d nniVeitweact
- Nit I 1
INK Iffit 1 I f f , .
Jost, f ,Ivo4 OpTiolOt, Of ,
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Ail' e' . ;440„ •
t'S . •• •, j !i4'5 . 11` 1 1:f.• I+ • •
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