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Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - November 22, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania EVENING EXPRESS PUBUItHED BV KINBLOE BROTHERS LOCK HAVEN. P*. Tno�aua�Mk,wr�MtiT otmtn in Ui� cut,"  nt� puu, Tmmt FtanMia. Ho mliMlpUon ragilTCttxUHlMaaBcmlb.'nMMrtjn Ari iKiaaoubmrOHUi tmm KxriiB u owaMCKm wiu tlx oK BtalfeblMMii of UMiUte. ,,,MMir^^- rea�W�- olc'tt* ftoin�U � MKwnniuiumo XniBME BBOTRXBB, I/>ckH��l.P>. BATDRDAY. NOVEMBBR 22, 18�oV riandoKM at /{oven, iu., at maUmaUir. ASVXBTIIBBa IHOUU) BKAB IN MIXD m XXFBUS HAS A I.ABOEB DAIIiT OnODL&TIOIl THAS AST OTHEB FAFBB rawnnD ni Cuhton Couktt. dUUnUHKSS A CITII.IZBB. ItiaMtrna u it ii trit* tbat man's in olTlliution eta b� marlred bj U*fn(lM* in olnnlinen. The ancieat J�wa M iwliied the force of this element Mtenarit amonc the Tittnea next t^ goi'llliw, Bat there is oleanlioeM and dUBlincM, aa there an degnea o( dirt. Dlawoeiated from pereonality, llnllnai shadea lighter aa one moTes wtat in this aoantrf, or oonvereely, diit iippaan darker, nntU one may almoet (ange tira degiae of enlightenment in meas-nrioB (it thit itandard. The great differ-eoo* between Weatern and Saatem oitiep, ad betwaan moat large oitiea and small oiHaa and towns, Is the manifestation of daanliaaaa in pnblio plasea. It is not a qneatlon of wealth, bat of enli�htenment. Tha value plaead npon aroStteutare is a wnoraa*- Itiioot that the bnlldlogs af a aitr or the eaaTenlenee of its pnblio ' ways sod naant ars greater or leas, bat that these are administered in a more or Itaa eflaetivs way as to dirt and oleanli. h. atiaat imptoTement in a city in which It ia an araat aoonta only when new. Used qnielcly dagradea it to the leyel of the old road that it replaaed. Fine baildings, h�talB, parkt aTerything to whieh the pnb-lie haa aaeaaa, it will be foaod on examin. atloD, depend for their effisieocy on the Bdelity with which they are kept clean Ib maay a town there is a hotel or pnblio banding ^hieb, if not so magnificent in its applioation the eqaai of tbat which ia oCtied In larger oitiea. The intimate dif-fhrsDsa ia in the daily adminiattatioo whieh laaree dirt everywhere. The stair, ways, the lialla, the fireplaces, eren the flaera are In sTidenoe, oontinaally, of the atolldityto the impreaaion of dirt tbat holds a man eloaely to the soil whenee be springs. The rsal reform ia not in great balldiBga, bat in the way in which those that eziat are kept In Indianapolis we bsTa at least one pablio bailding and one botal that are brilliant and besntifnl ob-iaet lasaona in tleanliness, and their repn-tatioD haa gone abroad. It is said of OS aa a people tbat we are ladifferant to dirt, the gronnd-work of tbe s�mmaBta being tbe dirty streets that pre-Tail in all American cities. Tbe era of iaproraaent that is beginning in this regard la marked. Bnt tbe deeper Improvement Ilea in the particnlars allnded to, aad which yoang cities especially, witta all thair atriving after better conditions, do not, aa a rale, apprehend. To malie the oemparison ezaet, it is not tbat a hotel in Maw York and a boted in a stDall Western �lty, or a small interior town Esst, may differ in size and magniflaence of appoint-msnt; it is that the New York hotel is kept a'aan. It ia so In stores; tbe smallest estab-lithments cannot hope to rival tbe metro-poUtiao in size and scopS; therefore they appear as if they felt themselves oat of the laae. The oondition of tbe floors, of tbe walla, tba littered appearance of connters aad abalvea gireao air of sbiftlsssneaa that daptaolatas tbe real force and effect of tbe astabliabment at least 25 per cent. Tbey do not gltre themaelres a fair chance. There is hardly a city of 100,000 people, or laaa, which, without one dollar of im-proTamant, in baildings or streets, coald aat taka a great step forward in oiviliza-tk>a by expending a trifle in money cost for olaaolinaes. In great cities, indeed, the object lesson is apparent, for there establishments are freqently in olsee qaar-teia iaatead of oommodions ones. Qaality, quality, that is tbe key-note.- Indianapolis Sou. �BWB AMD IIOTKS. priest of the Charoh of Rome." At the Intercession of Bishop Moore, of St. Aogostine, it is eaid, tbe case will soon bo reopened. OC coarse. Dr. MeGlynn cannot tw reinstated unless he repudiates the peculiar doctrines of Henry George. John Feeney oreatsd au uproar in a Chicago Court Tburuday by saiashinE; a rotten erg on tbe bald bead of Dr. Kier-nan, former physician in cUargn of the Cook coonty iusaue asylum. Feeney's sanity was being tried, and Dr. Eternan was on the witness stand whua tbe ceg wastbrown. Feeney then qnietly turned aver to an officer of the Court another eng, which be bad in reserve in case the first one bad missed its mark. Tbe jury found Feeney insane. Hoses s. Marks, aged 24 yr ara, vrUo up toabonta year ago was omyloyed by the Flour City Bank .>f Roobe�tHr. Nrw York, Tburi-dty moinine SMured ^25,000 in currency from the National Bank of Commerce, of Mew York, ou a forced tetegram. and disappeared with tbe uiooey. He forged the name of the cashier of tbe Flour City Bank to tbe telegram, and received tbe currency from the American Express people, tbey supposing him to be stiil connected with tbe bank. Marks was caught In a bouse of ill fame in Ctioa Tboreday night, and all the money except $850 was recovered. --- --_ "I have found out a gift for my fair." Naturally it may l>e supposed it is a flower lor her hair, a diamond for her finger, or a box of candy, but it is far better than these. It is a bottle of the great Salvation Oil to cure her neuralgia, pretty dear. NEW TO-DAY. AdvertlsementB far this colamn, qaob as Help Wanted, For Bent or For Sale, Lost or Found.andBtistiieaaNoWeBa wlU be inserted for Onk Cknt a Wokd for one time, Two Oekts a word for three times. These Cents a word for bI* tlmcfl and Frvx Cbnts a word for tTTovreeiia. No advortlaommittalten for leai th'iQ H"in-ei.'u Cenra. UT SUPPLIES AT 0. C. 8CHAEF- Ue's drug store. NOV17 Gtdltw CAR LOAD OP STOVES JUST RE-celved at Fredericks'. ap24tf C. SGHAEFFLE^S SOAP MAKER y� Is tbe nicest Hrticleinthe market for maklnt: good soap aud withuut much laborer expense. NovlT^tdltw Hpr'^JdM F iNE SOLID GOLD EARRINGS AT Benedict's. novl7d6twli GEO. EADIE, D. D. S.. OFFICE In Kreamer'i Block, Mala Street, Ix>ok Haven, Pa. Ufflce hours trom 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. Gab administered. Nov. 9-Iy ENGLISH HALL CLOCKS Clock Galleries, 2nd Floor H EADQUARTEKS FOB YORK State Apples, ftnlnces and Pears at L. MCISAAC'S. MAGAZINES AND PERIODICALS neaUy and cheaply bonnd. Blank Books, " Bolls, etc., ruled and Hotel Registers, Pay amii>, vi^, .ui^u traund to order. Repairing of all iKKikB a spe-olalty. (Books called for.) T.W FROST. Scott's BulldlDK, opposite Opera House, second floor, entrance through Dertwcrat ofllce. oSldJy MISS C. A. BEAUVIER, AN ELEC-trlclan, having SnlEbed at Mrs. H. A. Gayan'a Banltarlum, WllUammort. Is n located at S4l Cburch. comer Fourth str* and will treat all diseases npon BcIentlUc s . _ electric prlnclpleH, without the administration of medicine. Those suffering from acute or chronic diseases are cordla'ly Invited to call. nlWOt MISS C. A. BBAUVIEB. In exclusively designed cases of Quartered Oak Mahogany Roosemod Black Walnut Sycamore Teak Elegantly embellished with ormolu and rich marquetry. Full Gong Chimes Silver Toned Bells Harrington Tube Chimes Hour Strikers The Chimes of Westminster, mittington. St. Michael's and Bow Bells reproduced with remarkable fidelity. J.L SCO. PHILADELPHIA. Art Galleries open from 9 A. M. until e P. M. JAWN BROKER'S SALE OF FINE watches for ladles and jcentlemeD. All UP be sold at less than half iheir value at P. P. RUtman'b, Bellefonte Avenue. Apriedtf PB. MELICK. REAL ESTATE  aceat. Houses for sale and rent. Besl deoce No. 225, East Church Street, l^k Haven Pa. J2�-�7-ly KHINESTONE AND MOONSTONE Pins. Btuds and EarrlneH at uovlTdlitwlt BENEDICT'S. SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES A complete Une at Benedict's. uovd27twlt fi:j.a.ok:. DRYGOODS AMD CARPETS! TOILET ARTICLES AT C. C. SchaelUe's drug store 115 K. Main street. Nov]7-6tdltw TRUSSES, SHOULDER BRACES, syrlngea, crutches, sponges, chamois Skins, etc.. at C. C. SohaetUo's drug store, 115 E. Main street. Jlovl7.6tdltw WM. NEWCOMER, 54 E. CHURCH Street, practical Boot, Shoe and Umbrella maker. Musical IhBtruments and Sewing Machines Repaired. Batlsractlon always guaranteed. iiSdl2l --OU CAN SAVE 33 FEB CENT. TO take a look at onr fine Overcoats and tinita l>*�foTe yon go toyonrtailors. octiott lIUON BROTHBl ______ibr8, Boss Clothiers. Stiv Sl*nt. Anot Btal, a resident of Dover, Maine, took whisky to allay the pain while having teeth extracted and died Thursday from iu effects. John Keller had a tin box conUining ver 100,000 wortb of de�Ja, notes, mortgages and other valuable collaterals atolen from bis earriane in Chicago on Wednesday evening. There is no clue to tbe thiavM. The Amerioan Harvester Company, in eorporatad at SpriogSeld, Illinois, on Wednesday, with a capital of 435,000,000, will absorb 18 firms in different states. Among them is the McCurmick Company, of Chlovo. A report reaobed Beaver Falls, Penna Tharaday fron Clinton, a village a few miles distant, tbat eight persons-"a man and his wife, two ebildren, and four broth-era"-had been poisoned, and tbat "�f IcMt one man" was dead. Burglars entered the house of John Anderson, in Oil City, Fa., on Wednesday night, and disappointed at finding but 80, instead of a large sum as tbey ex-p�oted, bound bim, bis wife and step-dangbtar. He was then brutally kicked and Um woaen beaten into insensibility. Th* boiglan then escaped. A report oomes from Chicago that Dr. HcOljOD "li soon to be reinstated as a Ib an �b^,^ut^. pnHitiTe and p'Tmanent euro for Sick Hrndarhe. BliluuMnmii. (.'oiixliiintioot .%crvoiii Itelilllrv. BrUhtM ntKfnar. UtahelDt aiiH Con-�iitnpllnn. It kwh to ihe �er\- n�.l or �U dlfWAaei caURcd by an impure of tbe blootl. FI.OR.\rLEXIO\ H ahlelilyrnDCPntratflil and powerful extract of tbd mo-it vulii:tijle eip^nslve known to mpcJlcal J>ci�'nce, rirpareJ from tlie pr�-f<;ri;.u F( you wHIi confl.tenct!.-Oo toy�urdru!:(tlftt, purcltasii aUottle, ami t>� tortil.-Vain-Mble Ijook Kent fn;e to alL AildreHs, FBA.\KLI.\ IIABT, Warren 8t.. IVew York. FOB H E N T - RESIDENCE ON Water Btreet next to Presbyterian Church. CoDvenleDlly arranged, eteani b�at, gas. hot and cold water, etc. For ftirther Information upply to J. W. C. FIX)YD. Keb.3-dtf INDLING AND OTHER DRY Wood tor Baleby P. M. Christie. 114 Klr^t treeu novldito FOR SALE-TOE RESIDENCE OF Mrn. R. B. Brldgens, on West MaJn Htrett. All the modern ImprovemeniB. Terms *ra�iy, lulyyiill ("t 8. Mccormick, Attorney at l^-Ait J% No. 1:01 Eait'.Valor Htreet. bo-li Hj,- 1 ly-mohl Sold by Geo. W. Mason. Druggist. m2fldawiy iJirrt 00 TO $2.50 A MONTH CAN fp 4 0� be made working for uh. Persona preferred who can farnlah a horse and fflve their whole time to the bUBlneB"*. Spare moments may be profltabiy empioyed also. > fpw vacancies In towns and cities. B. V. .JOHNSON & Co., 2000 Main at., Klchmond, Va. FebIdlysat ek my SPONGE? 9NCEAWEEK! �tier dna wash them .ilran witli SPONQE AND WATER. EVERY Housewife EVERY Counting Rooin EVERY Carriage Ov/rler EVERY Tiiriftij Meclianic EVERY Body abia to hold i brush SBOtILD DBS Wil-t. �T�t�� 0�.� *. M�W f UXNl-TOBK WfLL Btaik Glass and Chinawauk WiLi. Stain Tmwaitc Wlix aTAiri tour Old Basretb Wtu. stain Bab** coach _N nwA TarniMh at the tame time. TfOVn * BaHDOi:.FH. rhUadelpUa. Wm-Ko poisons in FREEMAN'S Face Powdei R's MediMteU-Harmlen as Oeir. Don't rub off. Purest and only per.. PERFUME "Tiiawatha.''' n't E�auitlts. At OruiBisU, irll: O. W. Mason, C. C. Sctaaeffle, i E. B. ahoemaker. o31(Ieod.itii| wr 'ABT DE L�. MODE" AND "LE Xj Bon-Ton" for Pecember, at Klnsloe's Bookstore. Allthe leadlUK Fashion Mag�-SSeB as soon as published, iny magailnegot ESTABLISHED V) YEaBS. FUR CAPES, "SEAL GARMENTS, Our copyrighted novelties for 1S20. Elxclnglve stplcs. Moderate prices. Every article guaranteed eatlafactory or money refandefl. nEim-Z- SXEIDB, 14 WfBt I4lh street, New Vork City, ii8-^w Semi lor Illusiratea Catalogue. --____CUSHIBRS. Wliiitpcni liennL Co?2 f�rUkU^RaMN,fkilwhB�allB��a v>Ka�V�rt. WrlUfvr hMksrpr�i�tUBr n6-4W SALESMEN WANTED.-PERMAN-eat emptoymenu Good salary or com-mlsion. Fine outdia. Full line of Fruits end Flowers. Prices low. A. D. PKATT.Narsery-mao, BocUester. N. Y. nO-iw "fESSE MERR1L3., Attorney at Lai 0 Gratnas'iiiock. Wf�ler�troot.Lr^ir K**--"-- Law ly-mohl TT. ABRAMS, Attorney at Law, W�  'er ptr'-ei, opposite Fallon House A*l vl'-ft ^r'vtm 'r B*�rnian ly-mch' baudee's, 215 Grore Street. Headquarters for Apples, Bradford County White Pansy Buckwheat Flour. Also headquarters for all kinds of California Fruits. A full line of goods such as are usually found in a first-class grocery at bottom prices at bauder's, 215 Grove Street. We are now displaying the largest and most complete line in the city for the Fall and Winter trade. We believe that an examination will show that the advantages we are in a position to extend, are real and substantial^nd of a character to command widespread and increasing attention. We avoid at all times sensational statements in advertising, as well as all sensational methods of doing business, and we believe the great mass of the community recognize and appreciate the advantages offered by houses which depend for their patronage only upon solid and reliable service to their patrons. This confidence in our methods of doing business, as shown by the constantly increasing patronage with which we are favored, is very gratifying to us, and we open the Autumn Season of 1890 determined to render in the same lines even increased service to our patrons and continue our leadership in the business of Dry Goods and Carpets. In Black Dress Goods we are showing an unusually large line in all-woolCashmeres, Serges, all-wool and Silk Warp Henriettas, Drap d'Alma's, Se-bastapols, Reps, Stripes,Camels Hair, Tamise, Mohairs, Cloths and Dress Flapnels. In Colored Dress Goods we show the most complete line of Cashmeres, Serges, Henriettas, Cloths, Flannels in plain. Stripes, Plaids and Checks ranging in prices from loc to $1.25 per yard. In our Trimming department you will find Velvets and Plushes to match color of Dress Goods, also a beautiful line of Black and White Silks. In our Silk department we desire to call attention to our special bargain in Black Faille Francaise, a superb make 21 inches wide, with just the desirable size cord, very mellow in finish and known to wear well. Price $1.29 per yard, would be good value at S1.50 per yard. Our Domestic Department is running over with Prints, Ginghams, Teagle Cloths, Outings, Red and White Flannels, Cantons in all colors, Shirtings and Sheetings in brown and bleached. We show an elegant line of Children's and Misses' Garments, an exceptionally large line of Ladies Garments, in plain cloth, cheviots, plush, etc. In Jackets, three-quarter lengths, Sacques, etc. In our Hosiery and Underwear departments we carry a carefully selected stock, esi ecially in Black. Our Carpet department is by far the largest and most complete in Clinton county. You will find in it Carpets from a good Rag at 25c per yard up to an English Axminster worth 1^2.25 per yard. Lace Curtains, Chenille Curtains, Door Hangings, Mattings, Floor and Table Oil Cloths, Linoleums, Window Shades, Curtain Poles, in fact everything that is kept in a first class Carpet Depai tment. You will always find our prices the lowest. GOOD SALARY AND EXPENSES PAID. We wantafewmoregontl menlosellournor-(tery products. To energetic and reliable men we will guarantee liberal wages and pernmneut employment. Previous experience not required. Terms and outfit Iree. Address stating age and enclosing stamp. SEARS, HENRY & CO. SRNEOA NURSEBIES. GENEVA, N.Y. PARKER'S HAIR BALSAIH Clctnicff snil l>caatifiei the bail. Proinolci � inzuriftnt growth. Kever Falls to fieitore Qny Hair to itB Youthful ColotT ' Curea icslp dt��aMa & hftir talline. gOe.Kndtl.OU�< Druggi�t� CONSUMPTIVE CURED BY Mitchell's Rheumatic Plasters. SuKz remedy for Rheumat iam, NenralEia & Sciatica. Sold by drnggiHii", or by mail, 25 cents. Novelty riaaier ^Vorka, Lowell, MasB. A MONTH O Bright Younc Men or A board for d Toadies In eacb county. l\ W. ZIEULEH& CO.. Philadel 023-4W PATADDn cured. Write fur b;im Uillailllll JUiuderbftch Company no6-4w Newark, N. J. r-FREE Don't put your hands in your trousers pockets, whistle "Annie Laurie," and expect to keep warm these'f all days. Much more practical to purchase a comfortable, light-weight Overcoat from our new stock, and be happy. Nothing gives a gentleman such an air of comfortable respectability as a close-fitting.stylish fall Overcoat. There is nothing small about Claster's new stock of Fall Overcoats except the price, and that is exceeding minute. By selecting now you secure the pick Great bargains indent's Furnishing Goods and Underwear. ISAAC CLASTER, The Leading Clolhier. 6. M. KELLER K&IN STREET, rOCK HAVEN, PA, -A1?D- Watches, Clocks, Jewelry PliL GOODS A SP^CIAUTY. milimpn MENOFBALAny lo laHe orders niiniulirur Nursery stocfe; no experience necessary. For pan Iculiirs address nC-lw W. D. CHAfcE & CO., Qenuvn, N. Y. J IKWIN HA.QERMA1*, LAW AND GfNEBAL STBNI GBAPUEK AND TYPE-WRITEB NO. 132!^ EAST WATER STBEET. OnpoBlt* Fallon House. Lock fluvi.n P�. Ofllclal Rienographer 251h Judicial Ulutrlol of Pa., Notary Public. Pergonal altentlon given to all descrlptlonft or Pbcn forSanburyiHarrlBbnrg aud Intannedl- . ate BtaUons, BrriTinj at Phlladelplila (fcSO p. m.; New York,9:35 p. m.; Baltimore, 4:4fi p. m.; Washington, 8:Io p. m. Pnllmas Parlor car from WUlIanfiport throogb. lo jPhtladeiphla and passenger coaches through ---- Kane _to Pfilladelphla and from WU- from nam 81 s:3r iportlo Baltimore. IS p. m.-Reuovo Aooommodatlon Scribner's Magazine or the coming year will be noteworthy for a nnmber ot f-peclal features which the PubllEh-ers believe are of very unusual Intere-t.and among them the following may be mentioned: SIR EDWIN ARNOLD contriimtes to the December number the first of a series of four articles upon Japan, Its people, Ita ways, aud its thoughts. Mr. Robert Blum, who was commlesloued to go to Japan for Scribner's Magazine, has prepared a very remarkable series of drawluga to lllustiale Sir Rdwln's papers. Articles upon the recent Japanese FeslWal will follow, tUuBtrated by Mr. Blum. HENRY M.STANLEY has prepared for tbe January number an Important article upon ''The Pigmies of the Great African Forest," Another contribution In this field will be Mr. J. Scott Keltic's account of Ihe recent African E.thlbltion held in London. Both papera will be amply lUuntialed. THE WRECKER, a Serial &rovel by Robert Louis Stevenson and Lloyd Oftbourne, will run ihronah a large part ofthey^'ar, Illastrated by Hole. A two-part ator^* by Frank R. Stockton will also appear. PROF. JAMES BRYCE, M. P.. author of "The American Commonwealth," will write a series of four articles upon India, embodying the results of his recent Journey and Bludles on this land or never-ending interest. . OCEAN STEAMSHIPS will be the BUbJt>ctof an ImporUntseries some* what upon the lines of the successful lUilroad Articles. -PassenKer Travel." "The Life of Offlcera and Men." "Speed and Safety Devices," nnd'-Mauflg?ment,"are some of the subjecU touched upon aud Illustrated. OREAT STREETS OF THE WORLD Is the title of a novel collection of articled on which the author and artist wlil collaborate lo give the characterIstica of famous thorough-lares. The first, on Broadway, will be written by Richard Harding Davis, aud illustrated by Arthur B. Frost. Others will follow ou Piccadilly, London; Boulevard, Paris; The Corso, Rome. The price of Srrlbner's Magazine admits of adding a anbscrtptlon to one's other rettOlng at very small copi. Orders should be sent at once. ^.W a year. 2S cents a number. CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS, Publishers, 743-15 Broadway, New York. in.; Urasbingtou'f>:SO a.* ni* Pullman .sleep- N�T7 York. r.niladelphTa passeogeri can remain In sleeper uudlsturbed until 7 0 ing car from HarrlsbuK to Philadelphia and "_hTa leeper u______ _ _____ ______ ll:as P. M.-�ne Mall (daUy) for Son- � ------------- ta- P ______n delvbl*.__ sensers m sleeper for BalUmore wid Waahlng- bary, HarrisbQrg and Inteimedlate etn-tlOQB, arrlTlni at Philadelphia 6:50 t m.: New York, 9:30 a. an.; Baltimore, 7:9 a.m.; WanhlSEton 8:45 a. m. Through Fall man Bleeping cars ran on this trun ITom Erie and WUUamBpon to FhUadelp' BenEOrs m Bleeper for BalUmore and . ton win be transferred IntoWaAblngton sleeper at Harrlsbnrg. Passenger coaebee from Eule to Phlladelpbts and irom WiUlamsport to DBALBB IK HEAVY AND SHELF HARDWARE No 14 East Maid Btbeet. I-OOK HAVBH, PA, HABRIBON'SBKADTHIXBD PAUTie A 8PK0IALTY. WESTWARD. 7:B8�. �.-KneMail (dau,)Ibr Erie and all lutenuedlale Btatlons wltb tbrangb Pall-mau Palaee ear .(.d passenger couliea lo Erie. �:ia P. M-Niagara Express dally (xcept Sunday) for Kane and Intermediate autlona with tbiongta passenger coaches toKane. 8:03 r. m-Fast Line (daUy exceptSanday or Uenovo and Intermedia testations. THKOnOH TRAINB FOR LOCK HAVKM rROM THE EAST AND BOtlTH. News Express leayes New York I2:1S nlgbt, Fblladelpbla<:iiua.m.; BalUmore �:30 a.m., HarriBbnrg 8:10 a. m. (dally), arriving at iMk Haven 12:U&p. m. Niagara Express leaves New York 6:90 a. m.; PhUadelpbIa 8:50 a. m., Washington 8:10 a. m., Baltimore. B:l)0 *. m.: WUkasbarre 11:17 a. m.; (dally ezeeptSonday.) arriving at Lock Haven 4:15 p.m. with through Parlor carnrom Philadelphia to WtlUam and through passenger coaches from adelphla and Baltlmori to WiUlamsport. Past Line leaves New York 9:0V a. m.: Phlla -delphla, U:tD a.m.: Wastalngion,10:5Da.m.: Baltimore,ll.- pm. ' Mall EsBl leavcB Tyrone at8:10a.m.; Bellelonte 9:32 a. m.: arriving at Ixwk HsTen 11:00 ft. m. l>ay Esprefis East leavesTyrone 3:10 P; m., BellefoDLe4:S0p, m.; arriving at Lock Haven 5:* I p. m. Express KABV leavds Tyrone at 7:15 p. m.; Bollotonle S:�p. to.; on-lvingat Lock Ravas 10:10 p. m. OHAfe, E. PHGH. J. R. WOOD, eaner'iManwcar. San FasMomrAit The Art Amateur i,r2eto{f.?SiSiSS Book Store. Any periodical or bookgot.

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