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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 1 February 1861

ARRIVALS AT THE PRINCIPAL HOTELS. Cf tO 12 O'CLOCK hkWC _HIQHT. _61RARD HOUSE—Chestnut street, below Ninth. W _d Hoffnan,Bal'imora Jas Williams. . _Baltiniqre £OThornierBaltimore J • eedom.Philadelphia AB MoCalmontjWaab BC Efi Hll, Trenton Mr Cooper. Uonnrotiout Mre Cooper, Conn B R Pttrlken. took fiaven John w _CHrray & wf. Mo Miss Curray. Missouri h J* Mitchell, ~ ew York J 8 Casement. Ohio D B C'ayton, Ohio J W Fanner. Kentuoky W R Farmer. K entuoky Mm GatretUon, NY HC GodfreyVimuia _^n Stone _Jno Amnston, NC C Eager. Lancaster An a Mathiot. Lancaster A Richmond A wf.Cbioago W K Armistead, Vn Chas Liobtenberg. N Y Mrs A L'Harney. France Miss _Campttell_, Carl sle Mian WatU Carlisle J W Cnwell, Doy lestown J V Clementine * la, N Y Oscar F Moore. Danville A Maynard Boston A.« Sillemw. Pa A O Hiester, Harrisburg Jaa Youmc- Middletown E J Wilson. Trenton a _Sohmitz, Trenton J A C-Hena, Bart'. ord, Barry MeNeary, Hartford Aug _Mofaojan. Pitteburg Thos K Tripce, n Y Wm Ha...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 1 February 1861

|_jUK__3 A&BOOlA'lION_, OFFICfi NO- 34 NORTH FIFTH SXRBBT. INSURE _BUILDINGS, HOUSBHOLD FURNITURE_^ AND MERCHAN DISE GENERALLY, FROM LOSS BY FIRE. _Jamuart 19, 1851. STATEMENT OF THE ASSETS of THE A~OCI ATION, published In cooformity with the provisions of the Act of Assembly of April 6,1841. Bonds a'd mSrtgages on property m the oity of Philadelphia only...;.... .. ' J.«63<)9»00 Ground hentt in the oi_»y of Philadelphia..... 28 989 a Heal Kstate (office Mo. 34 North Filth street.) 14 336 IS Cash in the _Western B»nk.- ........... 9.S8382 Cash in th* Bank of Northern Liberties...,. 8.7019 Cash on hand... - ......—.. _..._^^..._M.. 1.800 32

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 1 February 1861

m THK CITY, Hfe AMUSEMENTS THIS EVENING. BraPAtHCT-staBST Tbiutbb. wabtut and N'nth _«_ta.— ¦^_The Comedy of Errors"—" The Widow's victimor ¦he ctaie-struck _tiarUer"—" Blanche of _uracdy wine." Knh _«treet. *boya _jsixth.— •• Henry VIII"—" Catha-Ki and Fetrachio." _K*McD"kocsh*? Oi-tmpic data Gaieties). Haoe street, Btoow Third -"Th_^ Seven _Mrtew." _^ MOXTIKKKTAI' _THKATEX *I_»D Cwcws. Walnut street, _HkWe FitThth-* The Merchant t teed of Genoa, or '4 he _^BKkeepera' d the _Bobbers." Bfrp _„_. _-_> _,_« H»_i.i>,rhe8tnnt street—"The Tem-¦Kof _Woiders"~_iignor Blitz. _^_PTsitkd States BtriLDiNGg. Chestnut street, _bslow ¦pfth.—Van Amhursh &. Co. 's Menagerie. HnbAifroBn's _Opsba _Hopsb. Eleventh street, .above ¦_Bhestnut.—Concert _nichtlr.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 1 February 1861

¦_fe;KEJoiciHG at Vbea Ckuz — _^When tlie news I? the recent triumph of the Constitutional arms at Hilezico reached Vera Crui, the Governor of the ¦ pate, President of the Kepablio_, Cabinet, and Bpher officers, were at the theatre. The Governor ¦5*s the first to receive the despatch, whichbeing ¦fenfirmed, he read to the audience from his box, Hphereupon the whole audience rose, and gave such BRception as was dne to news so interesting and im-Hhtttant by long *ad repeated vivas. _^_Eprom the theatre the news also ran quickly _Hfirongh the city, which, for one sight at least, and ^¦ptt after many of sorrow, was one of sincere and _Ip _tartlelt rejoicing, nnmingled with aught but the Hjpmembranoe of past sufferings. A few days after, Ed the Presidentwith the most important tnem-^_Hkts of his Cabinet, set out for the _oapital.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 1 February 1861

w Markets by Telegraph Wt Baltimoke. Jan. 31.—Flour acnve. at So deoline; ifcnre sate< of Ho <rar_«l- street at S5.S1; Ohio held at _BiJT. Wheat steady; red _Sl.SOaliS, white Sl.4lail.85. _^Eoro »_otive; yellow _StafSa_, white 70»7lo. _Provisions _^Eti ve ; ** ess fork _*18 Lard lOKc. Rio Coffee steaay_, ¦ P lUi_«rlI5»a. Whisky dull a08ffl>13_Mo. _^_Ej_» _ubils Jan. 30.—Cotton in good demand; sales ¦May S 800 bales, closing firm at Ho. {¦Cb*:ri.ksto«. Jan. 30—Cotton unchanged; sales ¦_BssWai 23 two bales at 12c. _Kp Sale ofEi,bgasi Fubnitobk_, ' _Piasos, &c, To-^pAT. —A large stock of elegant household furni-¦_Icre_, three piano-fortes, carpets, <te , will be sold Bt auction, this morning, at No. 914 Chestnut _Btreet, by I. Birch and Son, auctioneers

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 1 February 1861

9700 400 98 TRUSTEES. GEORGE W. TRYON, President. _WMHam H. Hairilton, John PWlbin, Henry F. _Aasen, John Craig, John Snuder, John _Carrow, P*ter Pritr, George I. Young. Jaoob Mover, Joseph " . Lyndall, Peter A. iteyser, ¦ _Levi P Coats, _jaSO St WILLIAM T. BUTLER, Seo'y

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 1 February 1861

FEKDf AS FOUND w«™ _inownDBd and quartered in the villages about _SSISSSSb P*tai»w concentrated round _SS^?^2_gag£ and when he made it known that ^« Intended «> rXJat with it thirty miie8 to the west of tt _^ty his council addressed a memorial to hm, w"oh was found in the Summer Palace^¦*¦•»« _ «¦« they aU had the _profoundeat _Mverenoe fin'the skiU whioh prompted such a measure, but to *heir weak minds it _ooeurred it wtwW j°%_*_""e | « - °9 Sn_^-t_' ev _* ^^^ _S5S_^ rt 2rt5j38St «-* *"• every one of Ma august maot&M who had taken the same step had _ntver returned at all, or wore brought S _»8 _nrisonert " He went, however, and-these _treKin troops " are intrenched between Mm and . _STaboSt thirty miles away in tha mountains, w»ady for a start into Tartary at a moment's notl< Hi8 brother, Prince Kung_, said to be the most in telligent of the Imperial family, paid a friendly visit to Lord Elgin, at the Embassy, on the 3d Heoameina sedan ohair, and was _...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 1 February 1861

The Bonaparte Romance. AH INTKBESTIKS lAW-SUIT PSHDIHG IN FBANCB—MBS. PATTKBSOM _KSTABI.ISHIN& HBB BIGHTS AS WIDOW OP JEROME BONAPABTB—AMKBICAN WIVES AND FRENCH PRINCES. . After nearly half a century of q«*et _"_^fp***0 _* to what seemed to be the decrees of fate, the first wife of Jerome Bonaparte is about to emerge from her retirementand, in the French courts of law, oonteBt her claims ta be _cohered hU legitimate wife, and to secure for herself _^ and[son their part of the personal property left by the recently deceased prince. The history of Madame Bonaparte formerly Miss Patteison) is too well known to our readers to noed recapitulation hereand we will only now make an abstract of the details of the proposed trial from the long account furnished by tbo Paris correspondent of the London Times. The case will come before the Tribunal of the First Instance at Paris, on the 25th of the present month, with M- Berryor and M. Legrand as counsel for Madame Bonaparte. They have...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 1 February 1861

TME PULPIT Sermon by Itev. W. T. Eva, PASTOR OP _THB FIBST PB»SBTTBBIAK CHURCH, KENSINGTON. Mr. Eva is the successor of the late venerable Dr. Chandler, and since entering his present charge has received high encomiums from his " New School" brethren in the ministry. This Church—a handsome new edifice—-is located on _Girard avenueabove Palmer street. The congregation worshipping in it is one of ihe largest in the city. The object of the sermon, of which the following is a synoptical presentation of the arguments employed, was to prove the universal obligation of prayer' The words quoted as the text for this purpose were these : " I WILL TBXBEFOKX THA* MEN PEAT EVERYWHERE." —1 Timothy II, i. (This entire verse reads as follows : " I will therefore that men pray everywhere, liftingup holy hands, without wrath and doubting."} He stated in opening that" the subject he wished to consider was prayer, and its duty as a universal obligation. The question as to what prayer is? was th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 1 February 1861

_MISCELLANBOUS. ^~~~~ ~~~>*—~—rrr _fTHE AMALGAMATI ON OF LAN-*¦ _OOAGEa.-Ther_» i»» _uromng tendenoj ln _^. Me to appropriate the most expressive _^rds _«_f other _£nguage»; and after a while to inoorporate them into our own 5 thus the word Cephalic trhioh is from the Gree ° k?«? fSin,_'_'for the head," is now becoming oopularized m connection with Mr, _Spalding s great headaohe remedy, but it will soon be used m a 1more general way, and the word Cephalic will become, as common as _Eleotroferpe and many others whose dis-Suon as foreign words has been worn away by oommoa usage, until they seem « native and to the manor born." ___ »ardly Realized; _Bi 'ad_'n orrible '_eadaehe this hafternoon, hand I stepped into the hapotheoary's, handsays hi (to _^ the ma " •• Can you hease me of an '_eadaohe ?» "Does it hache 'ard?" says 'e. « Hexoeedmgly," sayshi, hand upon that 'agave me a Cephalic Pill,hand 'pon me ™ on?r it cured me so wick thatl'ardly _reaped I'ad 'ad an 'eadaehe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 1 February 1861

rpUE PENNSYLVANIA _OBNTRAL Js. _RAH._MOAB. mo MILES DOUBLE TRACK. 1860. Smfmam I860. WS_^o 'l_^flFfMcoUlJTRYr EQUAl4 _SHREE THHOUGH PASSENGER TRAINS , BETWEEN _PHILADBLPuiA AND PITT8_BITR8, Coonootins direct at Philadol-piua with Throngh Trainj from Bosto n, New Yorkand aU points tastand in the Vmon Depot at PittBbure with Through Trains to and from all points in the West, Northwest, and Southwest —thus furnishing facilities for the transportation ol Passengers unsurpassed for speed and comfort by any other route. Express and Fast Lines r»n _through ta Pitt_»b*rg without change of Cars or Conductors. AU through Passenger Trains provided with Loughridee_'s Tatest Brake—apeed under perfeot control of the , thus adding muoh to the safety of travellers_. Smoking Cars are attached to each Train: _WooiralPi Sleeping Cars to Express and Fast Trains. The EXPRESS RUNS DAILY: Mail and Fast Lines,"8w»- aT _MurTrain leaves Phitaaalvkia at 8.00 A. M. Past Line " " 1UWA.M. _Express Train leaves...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 1 February 1861

SALES MY AUCTIO1_N M THOMAS & SONS, • Nob. I3«».and 141 South FOURTH s,r, {Formerly Wos. B7 and 69. > '"'"* ¦ STOCKS AND RF*l- -STAT_<- 6ALE8 AT TBB, EXqHAN&E EVERY TCssD .v mr Handbills of each propetty isTOedsepn r&J(lYA _^ addition to whioh we publish, on the Saturday „.,''.< is to each sale, one thousand catalogues, in pamX'u form, giving full descriptions of all the pro_»art» ?J?'P ¦old on tha following Tuesday. ' -° k REAL ESIATE AT PRIVATE SALE. _WT We have a large amount of real _estate at on* sale, inelndinr every _desoription of city and QD,;*te _property. ^^^ _iO_^_UgMe_^ _^S 1ST Real estate entered on our private sale _i*%\.. _^ and advertised occasionally in our public saletbit,l:'| i (of whioh one thousand oopies are printed _wetF ' free of _eharge. *_'' i _PEREMPTOBY «ALE, 5th FEBRUARY-i ..8 , SHARES BOHEMIAN MINING OOMPAxr ** On Tuesdav_. February 8at 12 o'clock noonat the _PhiladeiB), ¦ . Exohangefor non-paynwnt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 1 February 1861

Tne First Cruise of the Brooklyn. _EXPLAHATOBT LETTER 7B0K CAPTADT WALKEE. XT. S. SxEAM-Biioor JBbqokltw, ) Off _Ozj> Pout* Comfort, Va., Jan. 24,1861. J To the Editor of the New York Times : A communication published lately in your and other papers, purporting to be "from one of the officers on board the United States steamer Brooklyn" during her late trip off Charleston harborhas just come to my notice, and as it is calculated to do both the service and myself gross _iDJustioe and serious injury, " it ia my duty to declare the whole thing a malicious libel, or, if not made up of willful falsehoodsit is at all events altogether untrue and unfounded. As these allegations have had place in your columns, I am sure you will kindly extend to me the courtesy of a short space therein, for a vindication both of the flag and of myself—an humble but firm and devoted upholder of that flag—from the grave charges of dereliction and dishonor, thus wantonly and unaccountably preferred. I...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 1 February 1861

BBLAWARB MUTUAL SAFETY INSURANCE COMPANY, PHILADELPHIA. Incorporated by the Legislature of Pennsylvania, U». Office S.E. corner of THIOTLand WALNUT streets. — _._. „ PHILADELPHIA. MARINE INSURANCE, Cargo, * > To all parts of the World. Freight, _j_^^_p INSUFAN CB8 . _, . Da Goods by Rivets. _Caaala. Lakasand Land Carnages to ail par's of the Union. FIRE INSURANCES „_ „. On Merchandise generally. On Stores, Dwelling Houses, &o. ASSETS OF THE QOMPANY, ¦ 100,000 United States _$ve W cant, loan. ¦...•!» 16OO 0Q m mm Unite?States six _* _ceot. Treasury ¦ ¦ Notes(withaeoruad interest).... il»,4O54 MO_^JOO Pannwlvama State Ive _^ can ¦ ¦ _, OK i ^__ ¦¦ ¦• _¦ ¦¦ ¦ _inan _. .. ' . .... '_^ ..' _ 1 1 n1 a 1 1 _SDaViV ww mmw. 21,000 '"¦* "' _aST _^ _oT_^ six do. do. M.f«M M -m Philadelphia City . six *" cent. _Loaa. J_»,«M S7 S_04_W0 Tennessee State five W cent loan- 14_^00 09 60 000 Pennsylvania Railroad 2d mortgage ._„ ¦ six W centbonds— „ ..-— 45,000 00 16,000 300 share...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 1 February 1861

_^ _jsayi_^^ fpiws._; _^ " A Uttle,bst _otten, fills tha Parse.' FR ANKLIN SATING JPUND_, No. J ISO South FOUXTH street, tetwoon Chettrnst and W&ln«t, _Fkiladalpkut, say* all _Bavoftiii « on demand. '" ¦ • ¦ •¦--- ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦¦ ¦- ¦ • Depositors' money _temrecl by _Soveroxnantsi • % State, and City La*ns, _Sroini Rents, Mort- £ k This Company deems Kifoty t-tt«r than large *? "5 profits, _eoMeauenUy will run no risk with depo- S S sitora' money, bat have it at all times ready to C S returnwith a per cent, interest,_^ the owner, a« h m they have always 4_ona. This Company saver E f_?maleslmarrie4 « single, and , • deposit is their own rightand _suoh deposits oan S ¦3 be withdrawn omlt by their consent. ¦ s I Charter. perpetual. Incorporated by tha State I " of _Penniyftania, with authority to reeaive money - _• Ofltoe open dailyCrop 9to«o'olook, ancen % ta _Wetaasiiy •vsninsmatiiao'alesk. •» 8 - MMBOTORi, ¦ ¦a JsMbB. Shannon, Gyraa _CMwallaMr* B S John Shindler. _Coorsa Russ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 1 February 1861

IMPORTATIONS. [Reported for the Press.] PORTO CABELLO-BarlrWhif Win_^. ErfinB-W tons furtw 18 bales wool M80 bar¦ coffee 398S hides Dali0 8A_^ASNAH--8teamship|tate of GeorBia, iSa_;yin-SS bales cotton orders 66 do H Sloan & 805 ; SB dp order, 106 bales domestics Hay * MoDevitt; W do Oft Moore & Co; 45 _pkgs waul fc Austin; 1 box 8 Gans& Co; 100 pkKB _kaney, Collins * Co; loask _Rowland & Tohinson; 221 plrgs Engle fc Wolfe; 39 do A _Hogei; 20 do J ir Biitz_: SSdo G*rrett &. Martin; . 2 bxs ft darsed & Btoi I box T B Peterson; 61 bags fruit Cohen k Haas; 9 pkgs B M Jones & Ooj 1 pkg e Andre & Cc; 1 box _Undsar & Blafcirton; 1 keg Dr Isaac Hares; 3 pkfs l>r Wm West; » do Geo ftecee fc Co; 18 bags fruit 8 Werter? 1 lot mdse W Harris; 1 box Code, _Hoppar to Gratz; 1 do C;_HerfR_ PHILADELPHIA BOARD OF TRADE. WM * C. _KEKHMLE, I Committee 07 thb Mouth. JOHN JS. ADDICKS, _» LETTER BAGS As tk« Merchants' Excha...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 1 February 1861

AKRIVEC USM steamship _*tate of Georgia,Garvin,from Savannahvia New York, with indse to A Herqn. Jr. * Co. Passed below the Brandy wineship Tuse&rora, hence for Liverpoolm tow of tug America. • ¦ - Steamship Boston, Crooter. 2* hours _fronrNerr York, with Adze and _patsengera to Jaa Allderdioe. At 10 A M yesterday, otf the Brandy winesaw harks Elizabeth Jfor Port Spain, and >ri?ean, for New Orleans; Baw two _sohrs below tha Ledge lightbound up; at Keedy Island, brig _Joseph, for Cardena*_. with the tug Dolphin alongside; at S,w £ M_, above Vew Castlepassed ship '1 nacarora for Liverpool, going down in tow. Bark White Wing, Eslingfrom Porto Ca . bello Jan 8. with ooffee._hides_, «o. to Dalle tt Bros. Sailed m company with Dutch brie Figar, for 8t Thomas. Left at Laguayra 4th ult_, bark _Rowpsa_, hence. 2Sihult. _)at37 10,long 74 40, spoke _sohr _Roswell Kink*-of Fair Haven from Georgia, bound to New York, 9 days outw:th toss of ail her sails; when last seen was steer...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 1 February 1861

_^ _ittAIlLROAU _lilNgg_^^. At« A. M.. via Camden and Amboy_^, C. _anfl A. Ao- _^a AtlTM_^vi_^_CamdennB _nTTe_^iy Ciif ' ,'IU: J._)% _^ Af8_^X_° _vMnIaTn a_^_eWcUy_£Mora_^ _in A_^ffMATMlTvia _' Kensington and * Jersey Cifi_^ sw Atl_^_feTvia Ca mdenand * A ' mboy * , "d MdX Kx-g _^ _aFPTpTmI,_^v_^Kensi ' ngtonandJerseycltf, Kye - _^ _g _^ At _^ P-_^_virKensingT _ra a_^ J ei_^eylab _._za f _^ AXtfffnifl 1_rta * _CMl«ion " an3 " _jefsoy Citj, _Bvoning Mail ~ . -- ._—.. «_*.-......• ••• » w At 11M P. M. " _t via Camden and Jersey City, South-At S P. M., via Camden and _Ambor, Acoomnioda- M " _*mig^^r^^82%£ti2 The«P M Mail Line runs daily. The 113* P Bi, South-^o_^_ltSrtla_^_rtmhertville Flemington_, &o._?at " l0 A M, and S P.M.,from Kensington. For Water _GapIstroudBtmrg, SorantonWilitesbape, MonteoseGraat Bend&o., T._» A. M. from Kensmgton, Tia Delaware. Laokawanna and Western R.R. For Mauch ChunkAlfentown, and Bethlehem at 7.10 A. M. and 3 P. M. from Kensington. ..„„...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 1 February 1861

CEPHALIC PILLS, OUKB SIOK HEADAOHK! OEPHAHO PILLS. CUBE NERVOUS HEADACHE! CEPHALIC PILLS, CUKE ALL _KDJD8 QF HEAD ACHE! By the use of these Pills tha periodical attacks of Ntrvous or Siek _Heodarh* may he prevented; and if taken at the commencement of an attack immediate relief from pain and sickness w<li be obtained_. They seldom fail: in removing the Nausta and Headache to which females are sosubjeot. They act gently on the bowels, removing Costiveness For Literary Mm, Students, Delioate Females, and all persons of sedentary habits, they are valuable as a Laxative, improving the appetite, giving tone and vigor to the digestive organs, and restoring the natural elastioity and strength to the WAole system. " The ' CEPH * ALlC PILLS are the result of long invesn gation and carefully oonduoted experiments, having been m use many years, during which time they have prevented and relieved a vast amount of pain and suffering from Headaohe, whether originating in tha nervous...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 1 February 1861

_^_jBUBB PHILADELPHIA _SJ_^_Sai ' and HARRISBURG, on and aftorNovl BIS, low. . MORNING LINES, DAILY. _CSnndays exoepted.) Lepe N_^bw Depot, corner of BROAD and CALLOW-£I _kfeSS2?_H> _lS 1LAB _^LPI ?.I 4'( ? ail8en fer8nt|ranoes on Thirteenth and on CaUowhill streets.) at 8 A. M,, _WfftfWfi? _^a _?ll _S!Ir O rith ¦ *••» _pennsy . lvaniX ntiMTOJhtj? rrn% 5_Vt _WIl 2mi an f»t ? _^_ttahurg; the CUMBERLAND VALLEY 145 P. M. tram rnnmnr to _^TRA_^_iflT_^M'U _£§'if*?* *• NORTH&N OIS«1JIAL RAILROAD 1 P. M. train, running to Sunnuryt _dto. - - ¦ " _^ ¦ . - ¦ __ ¦¦ AFTERNOON LINES. • oefted.) - _*' at *_"_• P " M " DAILY, (Sundays ex-DBTAJfCES VIA PHILADELPHIA AND READING _ "i. ¦ ¦ • • RAILROAD. From _PptipsipHiirMiles, ToPwenixviUe ._^ 88) ReadinBr -.___i.^_. gf Philadelphia and Ra _siUng HarSbufimr_^lii _^L_»b ~. VaUw R JC Dauphin ^~... ._^.._ur MiOersburt-_^. ..—ie' Nor thern CentraL TrevortonJunotion_168 Railroad. • Nor thumberia * nd * .ZlIi n" Le_^nsburg——: _._^-._lTS ...

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