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1873.
1873.
j. - C-' V'.M VJO
tiiii sf mm oraufifl.
Greatest Variety.
Saowcst Prices.
Just opened at
S. HERZFELDER'S
Popular Clothing Store.
the largest stock of
spume amb mwm& aooas
ever offi;rcil in lliia town.
1000 Con to, 1000 Vests, 1500 F.tnts, 200 Boy's and ChiUlrcn'B Suit6, 1000 Hat? and Caps
for nicu and boys,
lllllll
Sits of
5000 Linen and Paper Collar?, 1000 Pair Linen and Paper Cufls, UW0 Tics, Bows and
Scarfs, 100 Dozun Socks, 30 ditferent styles Suspenders,
200 mm A! OraSHIRTS,
Gauze and Merino Summer Underwear, Trunks, Satchels, Valises,
Jewelry, Walking Canes, &c.
Everybody is respectfully invited to call and examine this most magnificent assort
ment. No Goods misrepresented, no trouble to show Goods or to give information.
The whole will be offered at
Extraordinary Low Prices,
and satisfaction guaranteed in every way.
1 HerzfeMcr,
Corner Market and Third Streets, Sunbury, Pa.
Sunhury, Pa., April 12, 1873.
DIAMOND SPECTACLES
WATCHES & JEWELRY.
SCN B181XH BV AX CT.GIN M ATCH.
Corner Market and Third Strcots,
SUNBURY, PA.,
DEALER
WATC1IES,CL0CKS, JEWELttY AND SILVEHWARE.
pcctacScs,
These Lenses are manufactured from Minute Crystal Pebbles, united by fusion, and
derive their name "Diamond, ' on account of their hardness and brilliancy.
The seientilic principal on which they ore constructed, preveiits nil glimmering and
wavering of Sisht, Dizziness, etc., peculiar to all others in use.
Superior to Scotch or Brazilian Pebbles at less than half the price.
They are mounted in the finest manner, at our own manufactory, in nil styles of
Gald, Silver, Steel, Rubber and Shell Frames of the best quality.
Manufactured by The Spencer Optical Manufacturing Company. (Successors to J.
E. Spencer & Co., in the Optical Depnrtmcut.) New York and New Haven.
Tor Sale only by
ily by
Sunbury, Pa., May 3.1, 1873,
KPUIXG OFEXIXG
of
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS.
Cloths, Casslnicrcs, Cultco, an J everything In
the Dry Good line. -
CARPKT3 AND OIL CLOTHS.
Qucenswnre, Glassware, anil Wood and Willow
ware. GROCERIES. .
A largo assortment just opened, which consistB
of Tea, Colli, Sugar, Molasses,. Spices, Meat,
Kiel), &e. The Celebrated AUcutown baud made
BOOTS AND 8HOES.
Warrautcd to give satisfaction. In fart a full
ssaortmentof everything kept in a first-cliisi store,
van do una at greatly
REDUCED PRICES.
for cash. Cull and ice the Hue telecticn of new
goods, aud be convinced that
V. J. llYHOlVN,
nesrtho Lutbern Church, In Stmbury, ts the best
and cheapest place to buy uil kiuds of ttore
goods; No trouble to show guoda.
April 5, 1873. ly.
WM. I'AUSOX, KOX v ru
No. 228 South SECOND Street, below DOCK,
Philadelphia.
WILLIAM KARMSON, HENRY HARNED.
NELSON PUGII, W. W, CREAL'THERS,
Manufacturers of Flrsl-Cluss
VCHNI'l LRE.
Pilccs reasonable. Please call aud examine.
all
Descr
intious
IN
Til Alli:i H- KIIAXXOX.
GEO. EVANS.
E. G. MAIZE.
. Geo. Evans & Co.,
914 Market Street, rhiladolrlna,
TAILORS
aud
MILITARY CLOTHIERS,
Military, Band Fir Organizations
promptly uniformed.
Samples of Cloth, with Photographs, sent
free cn application,
Our. being the leading ho6e on Military work,
we feel that we ean offer Inducement which can
uot he atulucd anywhere else.
Ang. 24, 1873.
CJK 1 C?Of per day I Agents Wanted I
pu 10 J),U classes of working people, of i
I All
of either
sex, young or old, make more money at work
tor u m meir spare momenta, or all the time'
man ai auyming eite. ranicuiare rree.
Address,
G. BTINSON&CO.,
Portluud, Maiue.
814-ly.
i S
Thin Npurc In Itctterveil lor tit
Advkutisement op
PAINE & McCORM ICR'S
HAItDAVAItE STOJIK
MnrKct St., Suuburj', Ia.
c
HAtVFORD HOl SK, Cor. Third and
Mulberry, Uubiness Centre, illiumsport,
Pa.
D. B. ELSE it CO., Proprietor.
June 20, 1873
GIVEN AWAY.
A Fins Gkkman Cukomo.
We send nn elegant chromo, mounted and ready
lor framing, free to everv agent for
L'NDLRGHOL'ND
or
Lire Brxow tiir Sitiiface, nv Tuos. W. Knox.
912 Pages' Octavo. 130 Fine Engravings.
Relates Incidents and Accidents beyond the
Light of Duy Startling Adventures In all part
of the World; Mines and Mode of Working
them Under-currents of Society t Gambling and
its Horror i Cavern and their Mysteries The
Dark Wavg of Wickedness ; Prissns aud their
Secrets; Down lu the Depths of the Sea ; Strange
Stories of the Detection of crime.
The book treats of experience with brigands
nights In opium dens and gambling hells ; life In
prison ; Stories of exiles ; adventures among In
dians ; journeys through Sewers aud Catacombs;
aecideuts In mines; pirates and piracy ; tortnres
of the Inquisition ; wonderful burglaries ; under
world of the great cities, etc, etc,
Agent Wanted
for this work. Exclusive teritory given. Agents
can make f 100 a week in selling this book, bend
for circulars and term to agent.
J. B. BLRR & HYDE,
Hartford, Coon., or Chicago, 111,
sis
In the moot powerful cleanser, 'strengthncr
nud remover of Glandular Obstructions known
to Materia Mellcn.
Jt is specially ntlgptcd to constitutions "worn
down" and debilitated by the warm weather of
Spring and Summer, when tlio blood i not in
active circulation, consequently gntherlng Impu
rities from Mucglshnr nnd Imperfect nation of
the secretive organs, nnd is manifested by Tn
mors, Eruptions, Blotches, Boils, Pcstulci, Scro
fula, &e.
When weary nnd Inmiuld from ovorwork, nnd
dullness, drnwlne nnd Inclin take the place of
energy nnd vigor, the (system needs n Tonic to
hulld.lt up nnd help the Vital Forces to regain
their recuperative powcrj
In the heal of Summer, frequently tho Liver
and Spleen do not properly perform their fune
tionn; the Uterine nnd I'Vinnry Ortrnns arc In
active, pniducl"" wcnkncfd of the Momnrh and
InlcstincB and a iircdispocitlon to bilious derange
ment. PR: WELLS'
Kxlrnct of J tirubobu
In pre pa re n piroetly from the South American
riant, ami is pcculinry suited to nil these difB
cultics ; it will cleanse the Vitiated Blood, streng
then the Life-Giving Powers, nnd remove nil
ohstrucllons from impaired and enfeblcd Organs.
It should be freely t-iken, as .lurnbcba is pro
noaneed liv medie-il writers the most ellieient
Purifier, Tonic ami Deobstruent known in the
whole range of medicinal plants.
JOHN I. KKLLO(i(), IN Piatt St., N. T.
Sole Agent for the United States.
Price, $1 per Bottle. Send for Circular. J'J5, 4w
H()ItKI.(l t l.AS?) Mala or Kcma'.e 800 a
week guaiiinteeil. Respcetiibli employment nt
home, day or evening ; no capital required full
instructions & valuable package of goods sent
free bv mail. Aildrc". with six cent return
stamp". M. YOl'Ntf AUO. 173 Greenwich Street,
New York. J25-4W
Write for Large Illustrated Price List. Address,
GREAT DPTERH
SMITH FIELD SI PITTSBURGH PA.
Iilcceli. loading Shot Guns, 10 to :t00. Don
hlo Sht Uuiip, to $1.")0. Sinslc Guns, ?!1 to
f.'O. r.illes, ?s to $75. Revolvers, fi to $25. Pis
tols, $1 to J.S. Gun Material, Fishing Tackle.
Large discount to dealers or Clubs. Army (inns
Revolvers, Ac., bought or traded for. Goods
pent bv express C. O. D. to he examined before
paid for. J25.'7S.4w.
X E V K II
Neelect a Couth. Nothing Is more certain to
lay the foundation for future evil eonsequencus.
WELL'S CARBOLIC TABLETS
arc a sure cure for nit diseases of the Respira
tory Organs, Sore Threat, Colds, Croup, Diph
theria, Asthma, Cutarrh, Hoarseness, Pryncs
of the throat, Windpipe, or Bronchial Tubes,
and uil Diseases of the Lungs.
In nil cases of sudden cold, however taken,
these Tablets should be promptly and freely
used. They equalize the circulation ?f the blood,
mitigate the severity of the attack, and will, in a
very short time, restore healthy action to the af
fected organs.
Wdlls' Carbolic Tablet are put up only in
blue boxes. Take no substitutes. II tliev cuu't
be found nt your druggist's, (end nt once to the
Agent in New York, who will forward them by
return mail.
Won't be deceived by Imitations.
Sola by drniriiUts. ' Price 25 cent a box.
JOHN Q. KELLOCG, is Hlatt-st New York,
J2.V73.4w. Send for circular. Sole Agent for U.S.
30th Thousand in Press. Sale Increasing.
2,000 more LIVE AGENTS Wanted for our
MVIXUSTOXE 2S years in A Fit KM
over C'JO pages, only $2.50 IncnnuuVte inn! in
terior works ure otlercd, look ont for them.
Send fur circulars nnd sec proof of the greatest
success of the season. Pocket Companion worth
$10 mailed freo. HUBBARD BROS., Pun's,
J25,4w 723 Sansom St., Phila, Pa.
FrecioKoik A Re h tit AN KLEGANTLY
BOUND CANVASSING BOOK for the best nnd
cheapest Family Bible ever published, will bo
sent tree of rhnrce to anv biok agent. It con-
tains NEARLY 700 fine Scriptural Illustrations, I
and iiireiit;.iro meeting with unprecedented suc
cess. Adlies, staling experience, etc., A we
will show von what our nice, ts lire doing, NA
TIONAL PULLlStilNO CO., PWiia., Pa. 4w.
(V NUMEROUS TESTS HAVE; PROVED
VI N. K. lturhuiu'si new Turbine
WATER WHEEL
To be tho Best ever Invented.
Pnnplilet free.
Address, York, Penn'n
'July 25 4 w.
ir1
A ""I A.T fTl d Wanted for the Bit-
JT Hi J JL IO pcrb New Chromo
"BLFSED ARE THE PURE IN HEART."
Just ready, from nil original painting by Ida
Waugli. Tills picture is greatly admired by all
who see it, and is sure to become highly popular.
Though executed In the highest style of the art,
in order to reach the masses & secure large 8als.
the price is made much lower than that at w hich
any Cbroiuo of like quality has ever been told.
Terms extremely liberal. Exclusive territory.
Sold only by sr.bssiptton. Apply ut once to se
cure choice of territory. Circulars, Ac., free.
GEO. MACLEAN, Publisher, 73 Sansoni St.,
Philadelphia, Pa. July 4w.
j; Located at WIMinuiNport, Ph.
VnU.W ISM. Tht BEST COLLEGE in the
Country. Has the beet Penman in Pennsylva
nia. July 25. Iw.
For College Pnper. Specimens of Penmanship.
c, address DAVIS fe OPLINGER.
llllamsport, Pcnn a.
A Woiik or Ijitcnsr Intkkest asi Istuissio
Valik.
OCKAJS'N STORY.
By the gifted son of the. famous "Pbtrb Pau
ley." The result of great historical research I
An authentic History of Navigation and its Man
ifold Discoveries since the Flood. Abound with
Startling Incidents, Fearful Disasters, Lawleei
Piracies, Bloody Battles, and Glorious Achieve,
mcnts ; also describes Diving, Telegraphing,
Ocean Fisheries, !cc. Over 200 Spirited Cuts.
Snbleet New. Price Low. Auents Waktkii.
HUBBARD BROS., Pub's. Sansom St.. Phtlu.
Pa. July 25. 4w.
THE NEW FAMILY MACHINE.
-THE EASY RUNNINO j CW TnoffV
SEGOR
1 -a
BTITCHj
The 8cor Is simpler, hotter made and more
highly finished than auv other machine. 'Sew
everything, and Is always ready ; no change of
lensiou requueu in sewing rroin llgut to heavy
work. Agents wanted. Get the latest and best.
Bend lor l uculnr. Til BHCOK SEWING MA
CAINE CO,, 697 Broadway. New York.
June29,'73 tw. .
"C:am PHOR1NE" euro every pain, Ac. Try
it. Bold by all druggUts. REUBEN HOTT,
i mp r, wtw rorn, Jc'Jii.-tw
5ao4!Nw HUM Ul.
m mi' : ! vui in. a
2?
sT-) '
NEW DISCOVERY
In Chemical and Nodical Science.
9 "itw. j
Dr. CJAnVIN'Sr TAIt REnCDICS
Cure Incipient C'onnnniption.
Dr.AllVI'S TAU KU.HEDIES
Cure Cntnrrh.
lr. GAKVIVS TAIt RKTIEniES
Cure Asthma..
Dr. OAUVIX'S TaR RKIEDIES
Cure Heart Disease.
Dr. CiAHVIVS TAR REMEDIES
Cure Skill Diseases.
Dr.3AKVI'S TAR REMEDIES
llegulato tlio Elver.
Dr. CiARVI.VS TAR REMEDIES
Kegiilnto the StomarJi and Bowels
Dr. ;arvivs TAR REMEDIES
Curo all Femnlc Weaknesses.
Dr. JARVIX'S TAR REMEDIES
rurify tho Blood.
Dr. CiARVEV'S TAR REMEDIES
Cnro Ilseaes of the Throat.
Dr. OARVI VS TAR REMEDIES
Curo Bronchitis.
Dr. OAKVIIV'S TAR REMEDIES
Curo "Rotc Cold,"-or"HayFcvcr"
Dr. OARVIVS TAR REMEDIES
Curo Lung Diseases.
Dr. UARVI.VS TAR REMEDIES
Curo Constipation.
Dr. OARVEVS TAR 'REMEDIES
Curo Salt Rheum.
Dr. GARVI VS TAR REMEDIES
, . Curo Kidney Disetises.
Dr. GARVIX'S TAR REMEDIES
Trcveut Cholera &Ycllow Fever
Dr. ARVI.'8 TAR REMEDIES
Trcvcnt Malarious Fevers.
Dr. UAHVIVS TAR REMEDIES
' Removo Pain in the Breast.
Dr. GARVEVS TAR REMEDIES
Kcmovo Pain in the Side or Back.
Dr. GARYIVS TAR REMEDIES
Are a Superior Tonic.
Dr. GARVI.VS TAR REMEDIES
nostoro the Appetite.
Dr. GAKVIVS TAR REMEDIES
Cause the Food to Digest.
Dr. GARVIN'S TAR REMEDIES
Kestore the Weak and Debilitated
Dr. GAKVIVS TAR REMEDIES
Give Touc to Your System.
L. F. HYDE ac CO.,
FSOFBIBTOBS.
19S Seventh Ave., Xew York,
December 21, 172. --ly
A eonsplete Stork of Choice Nelee
tioiii in everyl'Depnrtnieiit of
Tereil ut Npeeinl prleesi, lur
iiiK the Nnmiiier Hensioii,
While making Miter
ntionsi.
r. STEKLIXG SILVKK
TR'ntclios, Plated Goods Cutlery,
ClorkN, Itronzett A l'liiicy (jiooilsi.
JulJ2, 18711. j
BLATCIILKY'S
I mraavED cdcumber wkb tukp j
' S Tasteless, Durable, Efficient and
cu Cheap. The best Pump for the
least inoner. Attention Is es
pecially invited to Blatchley's !
Patent Improved Bracket and !
New Drop Check Valve, which j
cau be withdrawn without re
moving the Pump or disturbing
the joints. Also, thi Copper
Chamber, which never cracks or
scales, und will outlast nny other. For sale by
Dealers everywhere, fcend lor tatnlogae nua
Prico List. CHAS. G. BLATCHLEY, Mann
facturer, 50(1 Cemtnercc ''is Phllnd'a. Pa. S14,1y
T1IK KING HA It HER SHOP
18 THE SHOP OF THE TOWN and long
has been ; ask history and she will tell you
Men have grown old in our patronage
Babies on their mothers' breast
To bouncing boys nt play ;
And youths by maidens fair caressed,
To stalwart men with cares oppressed,
And old men silver gray.
And among the honored nnd lasting impres
sions of time, and the crash of revolutions iu
circumstances, we stand a living monumental
memento of the Ingenuity and perseverance up
pcrtaiulng to the Identity of progression, plying
our vocation with the (ugliest style ot an and
perfection, nnd aspiring to achieve the highest
reward of merit ultalnahlo In our bumble capaci
ty, nnd the sentiment of respect and approbation
which the presence of superior appliances and es
tablishment are always wont to inspire.
Always to please
We shave with case
Cut and comb with tnsto the hair ;
Shampoo the bead with soothing euro.
And color the whiskers black or brown,
To suit the people about the town.
Then allow me politoly request you to stop,
And not go past nor from around our shop.
To get shaved on the basis of ability nor a
come have done for our use of the ballot for prin
ciple sacred and right nor uuder the common
secret and Invidious guise of enmity t complex
ion ; for the cut of a man's coat, or tha color of
his skin, ought not to affect his usefulness nor
his qualifications. A fair chance Is nil that we
demuud, to give the proof to all the land.
JAMES W. WASHINGTON.
Proprietor.
SuuburyAprll S, 1873 ; No. 91, Market st.
STOVE TIX KSTA BLIS11 M EXT.
MARKET BTREET, BUNBURY, PA.
ALFRED KRAUSE, Proprietor.
SUCCESSOR TO SMITH OENTURR.J
HAVING purchased the above well known es
tablishment, Mr. Kranse would respectful
ly inlsrm tha public that he now has on baud a
large assortment of
COOKING STOVES,
Sneer's Cook Anti-Dust, Regulator or Revolving
Top, Combination, Susquehanna and others,
whli h are so arranged as to he used tor Coal or
Wood, aud are warranted to perform satisfactori
ly or no sale. HEATERS of all kinds put up to
heat one or more rooms. HEATING STOVES
of dill'erent kinds at very low prices.
Tlu ware ol Every Denerlptlou
kept constantly on hand. Roofing and Spouting
with the best material, done at short notice.
REPAIRING attended to with dispatch. Coal
Oil cd Lamps eonstaully on hand. Japan ware
of a a.ndj. Store opposite Conley's hardware
store. Give me call. A. KRAUSE.
pl24-ly
JEWKLin
l.i niltKH AND PLANING RIILI.M.
Thkd Streot, adjoining Thlla. & Erie. R. It., two
Squares North or the Central Hotel,
SUNBURY, TA.
1HA T. "CLEMENT,
19 prepared to furnish every description of lum
ber rcqnlred by tho demands of the public.
Hnvluit nil the latest Improved machinery for
manufacturing Limber, hci now ready to till or
ders f all kinds of
FLOORING, SIDING, DOORS SHUTTERS,
SASH, BLINDS MOULDINGS, VE
KANDA8, BRACKETS,
and nil kinds of Ornamental SerowlWork. Turn
ing of every description promptly executed. Also,
A I.AIIUB ASSORTMENT or
BILL LUMBER.
HEMLOCK and PINE. Also, Shingles, Pickets,
Lathe, Ac.
Orders promptly tilled, nnd shipped bv Railroad
or otherwise. i IRA T. CLEMENT.
deeltl-fiSilT
M l V O II STORE!
CHRISTIAN NEFF,
Second Street, opposite the Court House, SUN
BURY, PA.,
Respectfully invites the attention of Retailers
and others, that he has on hand, and will con
stantly keep nil kinds of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LTQUORS,
Consisting of Pure Brandies! Cognlac, Cherry,
Ginger, Roclie.Uc and Otnrd.
Whiskies: Pure Rye Coppcr-Ulstilled, Moi"n
gahcln, Apple and Nectar.
PURE HOLLAND GIN I
Wines: Champagne Wine, Sherry, Port and
Claret.
Crab Cider, Champagne Cider, N. E. Rum,
Brown Stont nnd Scotch Ale.
STOMACH AND BAR BITTERS,
And nil others Llqnors which can be found in
the city markets, which will be sold nt Whole
sale nnd Retail. Every article guaranteed ns
represented. Also, a large lot of DEMIJOHNS
and BOTTLES, always on hand.
Orders promptly attended to, and ynbllc
patronage respectfully solicited
O NEFF.
Sunbury, July 3, I860. ly.
KI.V1HRY M Alt 111, K YARD,
Fourth Street below Market,
SUXBL'HY, PENX'A.
MIE undersigned has returned from the Vcr-
t Marble Quurrii
r
Monuments, Grnve-Stones,
Ac, Sic.
He has bought at such figures that
will allow him to sell better stone, for
less money, than heretofore. The best
Sutherland Falls Marble,
which is better than Italian. Rutland Is now
; sold as low us the Manchester.
Those who need niiytlilng In the Marble line,
for Monuments, Grave-Stones, or other purposes,
! will find it to their interest to call nnd examine
i this large stack, ns better bargains can bt secur
i ed than buying from par'lcs 'huckstering' round
' the country.
All lettering will be done in the neatest and
i most Improved style.
I W. M. DAUGIIERTY.
I Sunbury, Jan. ll, 1S73.
m:iyokk a riiii.Ain.i.rin a
MILI.IF.KV GOODS.
SPRING &, SUMMER BONNETS ec HATS,
! TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED.
j An extensive assortment of Straw Mlllenery
nnd Fancy Goods, now open nt
I MISS L. WEISEIt'S MILLINERY TORE.
Mahkft Sthkkt, Sfrnriiv, Pa.
My stock of Spring goods is unusually large
and "varied, comprising the latest ami tnojt at
tractive styles, selected with care from the lead
ing importing houses und adapted for the pre.-ent
season.
nl2.'73. MISS L. WEISF.R.
SPRING AND SI M. Mlllt-
MILLINERY GOODS FOR 18711
! J UST opened an extensive assortment of
STRAW. MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS,
I comprising the lutest nnd most attractive styles
seleetdd with care from the leading importing
houses in New York and Philadelphia, and
adapted for the present season.
RIBBONS AND FLOWERS
in g-cat variety, a general assortment of neck
ties, ornaments foi saeques.
TRIMMINGS OF ALL KINDS.
Gloves, Collars, Cuds, and every fashionable
article of ladies' wear.
Call and see the new styles of Goods at
MISSL. SHISSLER.
Market Square, Sunburv, Pa.
April 20, 1S73. .
1307. RIGHT E R & GASK I LL J 3 0 7 .
1IKAL.ERS.IX
America, ana Frencli WMow Glass,
Crystal Sheet, Rough IMste, Colored, lEnsmeltd
and Ornamental Glass,
1307 Market Street, Philadelphia.
January 11, 1873. ly.
NE W DRUG STORE,
No. 13, South Third Street,
Clement House Bjffiii, Sitary, Pa.
DR. C. M. MARTIN & CO.
WE arc uow opening an entirely new stock
of
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
and arc prepared to supply any article in our lino
that may he called for, we have also a full stock
of all the lending Patent Medicines. Fine Perfu
mery and Toilet Articles a speciality, a full as
sortment of Hair, Tooth, Nail, Shoe nnd other
Brushes, Dressing nud other Combs lu great
variety.
ITXE TOILET KOATN.
a full line Cooking Extracts. French Mustard,
.Choice Spices, Pepper whole or ground, Castile
ond Laumlry Soups, Ijimp t. nunneys nua l-nmp
Good generally. Bird Seed In large or small
quantities,
CARPENTER'S CIIALK,
ful stock Fluid nnd Solid Extracts, Ellxers and
Pills of t. S- P., Sugar Coated, Strengthening,
Arnica, Porous, Poor Muti's and other Plasters,
Avcr's, Wright's, Sehenk's Mandrake, McLnnu's
Liver and other Pills, our stock embraces every
thing found in a well conducted Drug Store.
Country Physicians will find our stock full and
complete, and we guarantee to ell a low a the
tamo articles can be bought iu Philadelphia,
choice Wines, Whiskey and Brandy for Medlelu
al purposes.
October 5, 1873.
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lu W. n. Preseot the Historian.
Been one ef my daily companions.
John L. Motley, tha Historian, Ac
So far as 1 know, best detlulug Dictiouury.
Horace Mann.
flhe best guide of student of our Language.
X Jehn G. Whittler.
ITUcels all other in defining sclentlfle terms.
U President Hitchcock. J
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A necessity for every Intelligent family, stu
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Marble foi
ItKAIMSU RAILROAD.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
WON DAT, ACOfST 4th, 1873.
Trains leave ITnrrisburg for New York as fol
lows i at 5.80 and 8.10, a.m., nnd 2.00, p. in,,
connecting with trains on Pennsylvania Rail
road, and arriving nt -lew York at 12.35, 8.50
nnd 9.45 p. in., respectively.
Rclurnlning i Leave New York nt 9.00 a. m.
13.50 and 5.30 p. m., Philadelphia at 7.30, 9.15
a. m., and 3.30 p. m.
1-nve Hnrrisburg for Readlne, Pottsvllle,
Tumaqnn, Mlnersvillc, Ashland, Shamokln, AN
lcntownnnd Phllndclohla at 5.30 and 8.10 a. m.,
2.00 nnd 4.05 p. m., Hopping nt Lebanon and
principal way stations t the 4.05 p. in., train con
necting for Philadelphia, Pottsvlllc and Colum
bia only. For Pottsvllle. Schuylkill Haven and
Auburn, via Schuylkill nnd Susquehanna Rail
road leave Hnrrisburg tit 3.40 p. m.
East Pennsylvania Railroad trains leave Read
ing for Allentown, Easton nnd New York nt
7.H0 nnd 10.85 a. m., and 4.00 p. tn. Retnrnlng,
leave New York nt 0.00 ft. ni., 12.50 nnd 5.30 p.
m., and Allentewnut 7.20 a.m., 12.25, 2.1t, 4.35
and S. 55 p. m.
Way Passenger Train leaves Philadelphia nt
7.30 a. m., connecting nt Heading with train r.u
East Pcnnn. Rnllrond, returning' leaves Potts
Villc at 4.115 p. m., stopping at uil stations.
Leave Pottsvllle at 0.00, 8.05 and u. in.,
and 2."0 p. m., llerndou at 10.00 n. v,., P).nino
kin at COO and U.U2n. in., Ashland at 7.18 a.
in., nnd 12.20 p. m., Mabatioy Cil v at 7.53 and
12.54 p. in., Ta.imqun nt .15, 8.H5 a. m.. and
2.15 p. m., for I'hiliulelpUia, Now York, Reading,
Harrisburg, Ac.
Leave Pottsvllle via Schuylkill and Susqnr
hannn Railroad nt 8.05 h. m., for llani.'nng,
nnd 12.05 p. m for Pinegruve nnd Tremont.
Pottsvllle Aceotnniodation Train leavis Potts
vlllo nt (1.00 n. in., passes Reading at 7.:'0 a. m.,
nrriviug nt Philadelphia at 10.10 n. m. Return
ing leaves Philadelphia at 5.15 p. m., passes
Reading nt 7.40 p. in., arriving at PotUvillo nt
9.20 p. m.
Pottstown Accommodation Train leaves Potts
town nt 0. 45 ti. m., returning, leaves Philadel
phia (Ninth and Green,) nt 4.:i0 p. in.
Columbia Rnllrond Trains leave Reading nt
7.30 n. m., nnd 0.15 p.m., for Ephrata, Lit'.z,
Lancaster, Columbia, Ac. returning leave Lan
caster at 8.20 n. m., nud 3.:0p. m., und Colum
bia ut 8.15 a. m., and 3.20 p. m.
Perklomen Railroad trnins leave Perklomcn
Junction nt 9.00 a. in., 2.55 nnd 0.30 p. nt. j re
turning, leave Ursen Lane at 6.00 and 7.40 n. in.,
12.H5 and 4.20 p. in., connecting with trains on
Reading Railroad.
Pickering Valley Railroad trains leave riice
nixvillc nt 9.05 a. m., S.ofmnd 5.50 p. ra. ; retuni
lng, leave Byers nt 0.110 n. m., 12.40 and 4.20 p.
m., connecting with trains on Heading Knilrond.
Colebrookdale Railroad trains leave Pottstown
at 9.4(1 a.m. and 1.05, G.20 returning leave Mount
Pleasant at 5.50 and 11.25 n. m. and 8.00 p. m.,
connecting with trains on Reading Railroad.
Chester Valley Railroad trains leave Bridge
port nt 8.30 a. in. 2.40 and S.Kit p. in., returning,
leave Downiiigtown nt 7.00 n. in., 12.:K) ami 5.4t
p. in., connecting witii trains on Heading Rail
road, On Sundays: leave New York nt 5. .'SO p.m.,
Philadelphia Ht 8.00 n. in. and :.15 p. in., leave
Pottsvllle iit8.no h . in., anil 2.H5 p. in., lenvo
Hnrrisburg at 5.110 u. III. nnd 2.00 p.m.: leave
Allentown at l.lt.k nnd 8.55 i. m. s leave Read-
i ing nt 7.40 h. m. nnd 10.15 p. m. for Hnrrisburg,
at 7.H0 a. m. for JCnw York, at 7.40 a m, fur Al-
lentiHVn nml nt. 9.40 a. in. nnd 4 10 p. in., for
Philadelphia.
I Commutation. Mileage, Season, School nnd
. Excursion Tickets, to and from all points, at re
duced rates.
I Baggage checked through ; 100 pounds allowed
I each Passenger.
j J. E. WOOTTEN.
i (rVufi'iif .St.
J RuAtuxd, Pa., August 4, 1S711.
f ri.WSVI.VAMA RAIL ROAO.
i
rniLADELPIIIA KR1B It. ft. DIVISION.
SUMMER TIME TAHLE.
On and after Sunday, July SIHh. 1873. the
Trains on the Philadelphia & Erie Itnil Road Divi
sion will run as follows :
WESTWARD.
Erie Mall leaves Philadelphia,
Williaiusuort,
" " arr at Erie,
Erie Express leave Philadelphia,
" ' " Willianisport,
" " nn at Trie,
K.linlra Mail leaves Philadelphia,
11.. in p in
S.V. a ir
7..')" p ir
IJ.tl! p in
S..MI i in
7 . 4 "j a m
8. Oil a l
" " arr at Lock Haven,
Niagara Expros leaves Philadelphia,
" " - Winsrn.-i.. rl.
P
7. . i m
p in
'.. )" p Ml
" " arr. nt Niugara Falls.
eastward;
Erie Mali leaves Erie,
" " " Willhinisport,
" " nrrnt Philadelphia.
Erie Express leaves Erie,
" " " Willinmsporl,
" " nrr at Phlindelpuia,
Elnilru Mail leaves Link Haven,
" " " Wiliinm-pi.i!,
" " an-at Philadelphia,
Niagara Expirss leaves Nisgaru Fall",
" Kcnovo.
" " " Wiliiainsport,
11. SO a in
ll.:i p in
7.1.1 a m
f.DS p 111
7 . f r a m
.:; p tn
7." 'i a m
ii.li'i a ni
li.eO p m
7.15a ni
X. 1.1 p 111
5. If) p in
1 i.il a in
nrr at 1 lnki leiuhiu,
Mail East connects eii t nnd west at Trie with
L. S. A M. S. K. W. ami at Cnrrv nn I Irviucton
with Oil Creek and Ail. glieny U.K. W.
Mail West with east nnd west trains on L. S.
& XI. S. K. W. nnd nt Irviucton with Oil Creek
and Allegheny H. K. W.
Warren Aceommodatioii east nnd west with
trains on L. S. A M. 8. K. W. east and west und
at Carry with O. C. V A. R. R. W.
Erie Accommodation east at Corry and Wct
nt Corry and Irviucton with O. C. At" A. R. R. W.
Elruira Mail und Niagara Epress make closo
connections at wiliiainsport with N. C. R. W.
trains, north nnd south.
IV M. A. BALDWIN, Gen'l Sup'L
LM Klt Or ATTUAt'TK.
Everybody is invited to come and liny of .tho
handsome assortment of
TOYS AND CONFECTIONERIES
at
SAMUEL F. NEVIN'S STORE,
in frame building, adjoining Moore .v. Pisslnger'a
building, THIRD STREET. St'XHl'KY. PA.
Just opened a fresh supply of Confeelionerird of
every description.
TOYS OF ALL K1XHX
constantly on hand. Tho best R AISINS, FIGS,
CI RKANTS A DRIED FRUIT.
PURE RIO COFFEE, TEA & SPICES,
fresh Bread, Buus A Cakes, every morning.
FANCY CAKES, BISCUITS, CRACKERS, Ac.
OYSTERS ! OYSTERS ! OYSTERS !
Having lilted up a room expressly for serving
np Oysters in every style, Ladies and Gentlemen
will lie accommodated with the best bivalve in
market, at uil hoars during the day and evening.
Families will he supplied nt their residence wilh.
the best Shell or Canned Oysters, as is dcsii ible,
at the very lowest prices.
C-ult and see my excellent assortment of goods
and ascertain the price.
8. F.NEVIN.
Dec. 16, 1871.
BUTCHERY! RUTCIIERY !
Me-NMra. UEFFEW A IIOWF.R,
Third Street, opposite Central Ilotei.
SUNBURY, PA.,
KEEP constantly on hand tho very choicest
of fresh
BEEF, Ml'TTOX AM VEAL,
which I sold at the lowest prices. Meat ennbo
had at all hour during the day.
Buubury, Pa., June 6, 1872.
Tailoring! Tailoring!!
CHARLES MAILTL,
RE8PECTFULLY Informs the citizens that
lie has just received bis
Kprlng siitl Nuuiiuer Good,
at his
TAILOR SHOP,
on Fourth Street, below Market, in tho Mullen
bnllding, and that be Is prepared to makeup all
kind or
GENTS Al BOVN Kl'ITS,
a the latest style. Having had much evper
ience tn the kunr hs desires the public to givo
him a trial.
Clothing will be niado np in tha latest Pails
and American Fashions in the most satisfactory
manner.
aU.-xa. CUARLFS MAIIIL.
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