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LANCASTER DAIL iNTELLiaEKCEIL FRIDAY: JANUARY 2, 1880.
FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 2, 1880.
Our Tobacco Crep.
As Seen by Tliett. M. Celeman.
"Naniclec" in the Philadelphia Ledger.
One of the most important and prelitablc
crops new grown in Pennsylvania is that
of tobacco, and every year the area of
ground in which it is planted is extended.
In 1849, it is stated, the crop of seed leaf
in Connecticut, Ohie and Pennsylvania
was set down at G,000 cases, one-third of
which was exported and the rest sold at
from 14 te 10 ccr pound te speculators. In
1850 Pennsylvania grew :i,n00 cases, the
largest crop grown in the state up te that
time. Since that time there has been an
anuual increase, the crop of 1870 being the
largest yet reported.
At the commencement of the tobacco
season this year the farmers in the coun
ties of Lancaster, Yerk, Lebanon and
Chester were greatly t reublcd with the cut
worm and in some instances it became
necessary te replant two or three times.
Then came the dry spell, which lasted un
til nearly tins middle of July, and during
ull this time it was thought by many that
the erep would be a failure, but the rains
which came near the close of July had the
effect of giving new life te the plants, and
at the end of the season the crop was
found te be one of the best yet produced.
The geed quality of the tobacco here, it
is said, is owing te the fact that stable
manure is used, instead of guano and ether
fertilizers, as is the practice in Connecti
cut and ether states. It is estimated that
the crop of 187!) in Lancaster, Yerk and
Lebanon, will amount te 00,000 cases of
400 ieunds each, being one of the largest
crops ever grown in these counties. Half
of this amount has already been purchased
by dealers, principally these in Lancaster,
and the oilier half is fast coining into mar
ket. The price for this crop ranges from
le te :0 cents per pound for tobacco suita
ble for wrappers ; 8 te 10 cents for seconds
and about ." cents for fillers. A large quan
tity of the tobacco is used in the county for
the manufacture of cheap cigars, this being
one of the largest revenue districts, se far
as this article is concerned, in the coun
try. The entire production this year, ac
cording te the estimate made by thor
niest familiar with the business, is ever
.4,000 000 pounds, which will vii-ld in the
neighborhood of $:5.(00.00().
The farmers engaged in the business
plant from 1 te 10 acres, and, in a geed
season, they expect te gather from 1..V00 te
2,000 pounds from each acre, which yields
them from f'JOO te 400, according te the
quality of the tobacco. The tobacco, when
growing, leeks like a hardy weed, and net
at all a nasty one. but it is subject te many
mishaps if net nursed and watched with
great care. In the first place the land
must be rich, and if planted in tobacco
every year, heavily manured after each
crop. The seed is planted early in the
spring, generally in feicing beds, and the
young plant is set out from the last of 3Iay
until late in July, in rows :i feet apart, the
planting from 12 te 18 inches apart. The
work of caring for the tobacco commences
seen after planting and continues almost
without intermission until delivered
into the warehouses of the pur
chaser. The ground must net only be
kept clear of weeds and well cultivated,
but the worm, the worst enemy of the
plant, must be watched for and killed as
soeu as found. If these pests te the tobac
co growers are allowed te remain until
they attain any size they would ruin the
leaf by eating holes in it, and thus destroy
it for use as wrappers for cigars. In some
places turkeys are used te destroy the
worm. The turkey net only seems te have
a quick eye for the worm, but a veracious
appetite for them, swallowing them as if
the ugly green things were of the most
dainty elaracter. The tobacco is cut
about the last of August, and then hung
in buildings te dry. These buildings are
thoroughly ventilated, having generally
slatted openings that can be closed or
opened as the weather is favorable or un
favorable for drying purposes. The to te to
becce is carefully watched until ready for
The tobacco barn is new one of the
most important features connected with
the business. The old style of using
wagon sheds, garrets or any old building
has nearly passed away. The barns that
have been or are new being erected arc lai gc
and costly. All these barns have cellais,
which are indispensable for preparing the
leaf for market, for it permits the removal
of the tobacco from the laths, when in
stripping condition, and its remaining in
that condition until the grower has time
te prepare for its sale.
The fanners before selling assert the
tobacco, se as te have the same size and
color, but when the dealer gets it he re re
asserts the leaf before packing. Each
bundle of a half dozen leaves is shaken up
and examined, and if all the leavess are of
the same color, size and quality it is
allowed te pass. The deficient leaves are
taken out and graded afterwards separate
ly. Every pound is thus handled, the
lower grades, of course, net with the same
care, anil each grade is put in a case te
itself, a sample of it being kept out, the
sales being made by the sample during
the summer before the sweating process
has been completed. Hut if he holds
en te his tobacco until the fall or
winter, it has te be re-inspected by
regular inspectors who are recognized by
the trade, and the samples selected by
them are used for selling purposes.
In the counties of Lancaster, Yerk Cum
berland and Perry there are a great many
hands employed in the manufacture of
cigars, and in Lancaster alone $S!,000
worth of cigar stamps were used in Sep
tember last, which is equivalent te a sale
of 15,000,000 cigars. The total amount
of revenue collected from the cigar indus
try of this district for the fiscal vcar end
ing June SOtli, 1870. was 6700,800, show
ing a production of cigars amounting te
one hundred and sixteen million eight
hundred and eleven thousand.
Mr. F. II. Ditlenderfler, of Lancaster, in
a recent report te the State Heard of Agri
culture, states that tobacco can be grown
successfully wherever Indian corn will ma
ture. As a rule, wherever the mean tem
perature during the month of July is as
much as sixty-eight degrees Fahrenheit,
tobacco c;ui be grown. Frem this it will
be seen that among the Northern states,
nearly, if net all New England, central
New Yerk, Ohie, southern Michigan. In
diana, Illinois, and parts of Iowa ajui Wis
consin are adapted te its cultivation, per
haps quite as well as Kentucky and Vir
ginia, unless in seasons of unusually early
frosts. But even this disadvantage can be
overcome by a careful selection of the pro
per varieties and acclimatization. South
ward, of course, there is no limit, as it is
able te bear any degree of heat or humidity
the tropics have te eiler. Were it net for
our mere variable climate, there exists no
known reason why brands as choice as
any grown in Cuba might net be grown in
Pennsylvania. The readiness with which
Cuban varieties adapt themselves te our
mere northern climate is another evidence
of the remarkable degree of adaptability
possessed by this plant. Temperature is
the great regulator, and wc may set it
down as a pi etty safe rule, that where
ever frosts de net occur between the mid
dle of May and the middle of September,
say a period of one hundred and twenty
days, tobacco growing can be successfully
carried en. He also states that the area of
tobacco cultivation is gradually extending
te portions of the state where its culture
was unknown hitherto. Lycoming and
Clinten counties new beast of a very fair
acreage, and some of the fields compare
very favorable with these of Lancaster
and Yerk. Its cultivation lias also lxien
commenced in Westmoreland county.
There is still in Lancaster from 7.000 te
8,000 cases of the crop of 1878.
Answer te Many Correspondents.
In rcplv te numerous inquiries from our
readers, concerning the wonderful iuililies
of the Great German Remedy. Si. Jacobs Oil,
mentioned in our last issue we would in in
lenn them that the article may lie obtained
from our retail druggist", or by their aid. Ask
for St. Jacob-, Oil, and if the dealer does net
L-r-iu ft in ..tru-l.- In-will he able te lireciire it
in a lew davs from the wholesale houses. We
understand there is already an immediate de
mand for the remedy, which is net se very sur
prising when it is considered what it is daily
accomplishing in tin' way et relief and cure?,
bordering, in some instances, en the miracu
lous. Kmirely Recovered.
Xnr Yerk City. June 10. lsTIt.
II. II. Wakkc.n ,t Ce. Gentlemen I hereby
ccrtitv that lnvwlfc has been using Warner's
Safe Kidnev and I.iver Cure for flight's Dis
ease, and she is new entirely recovered. When
all phvsician-" remedies failed, she was in
duced "te try veur remedv, and received bene
llcial results from the lirt bottle. Alter taking
four bottles she was entirely cured.
Your trnlv. Heiiert 15. Fitzgerald.
Guilty or Wrong.
some people have a fashion of confusing ex
cellent remedies with the large mass of " pa
tent medicines,"' and in this they are guilty of
a wrong. Theie art! some advertised remedies
fully worth all that is asked ter them, and one
at leasi we Knew ei imp limits, i "u i
has hail occasion leu-ethe Hitters in just such
a climate us we have most of the year in Bay
Cilv, and hasalwavs found them te be lirst
elassaud reliable, doing ull that is claimed ter
i 1iikistmas at kingwalt's.
Vv Wines and Liquors, .silver Kim Rye
Whisky, 95 per cent. Alcohol : Best Cigars and
Tobacco. I lest and Cheapest Candies in town.
All kinds of New Nut- Cheap, Rest Hitters
only .".'lets, per iii:irt. Don't make a mistake.
Nn'W W. King street, Lancaster, l'a.
irii(ii,i:sAi.i: a.m retail.
LE VAX'S FLOUR
Ne. ",27 XOKTU P11IXCE STREET.
1879 GRAND RUSH T0-M0RR0W"l879
(SEE SMALL HALLS).
Great Preparations, plenty el Help.
FRUITS: White Grapes. Flerida and Va
lencia Oranges. Lemeii-.Iianaiias, Apples, Fine
Hai-iii-, Figs, Prunes, Prunelles, Dates, etc.
NUTS: Paper-shell AlmeniN, Selt-shell Aleond-,
Cream Nuts, Filberts, Dutclmuts, Pe
can Nuts. Peanuts, Chestnuts, She'.lbarks. etc.
CONFECTIONS: Pinafore Mixtures, made
bv S. F. Whitman & Sen, Inr25ccii1 7 It. : geed
pure Caitdv .Mixtures. 20 cents, Cream Choco
lates. Crcain Hen Rens, Keast Almonds, Fruit
and Nut Candies, etc.
CANNED l-'KUITS AND VKGIVTAKMCS:
Peaches, Pear-. Pine Apples, Green Gages,
Apricots, Nectarines, K'g I'luins, Green Cern,
Given Peas, etc.
IIAKIN'G 3iATKi:iAI.S: Haking Hutter,
Halving Mehissus, i cents quart. New Or
leans, is cents.
itki: fkksii ;i:rxi spicks: nose
Waters, Flavoring Kxtr.icts, etc.. etc., etc.
sri:HAl.: Wp are selling Lamps, Toilet
Sets, Smoking Sets, Parian Figures. Glass Sets,
anil inanv ether articles verv cheap.
D. S. HURSK,
17 ICast Kinu Street.
'.;: sali: en iu:s'i.
T An KIGIIT-Hensi: POHTAP-LK HOIL
Llt, in geed condition. Fer particulars
apply at THIS OFFICE.
8TOKH I.OOAt I'OU IvlC.VT, N't. 114 X.
Queen street Possession given Januarv
d'.l-tldl Ne. 112 North Queen Street.
J Twe room-. Ne. i?.y. North Queen street,
suitable for photegraph"gallerv, new occupied
bv J S. SunriiuMi." Apply te
JderiH-tl'd T1IQS. HAl'MGAUPXi:!..
A tiist-cla-s store stand, new used as a
grocery, doing 11 geed business, Ne. lit Seuth
Queen street, within one square of the centre
of the eitv. Fer particulars inquire of
janl-JIl JnllX nnecK.
ioyi:uxei:s rei: saik.
JT Twe huge Steam Governors for sale. In
PF.XN IlvON COMPANY.
ki:nt. tiii: stkvkxs iieu.sk
X Kestaurant irem the isth of January. Has
just been relit led and painted, and the only
"restaurant in tin- eitv adapted for steaming
oysters, inquire of A. IIIKSTAND,
'dee-Mid Proprietor Meveits Heuse.
A twelve te 111 teen horse-power engine
and boiler. Alse a large planer, almost new:
a small lloering and matching machine, and a
tenetingand power merti-ing machine.
Address PHILIP LKHZKLTKU,
Kagle Speke and Hending Works,
nevl()-tfd.fcw Lancaster. Pa.
On Tl'lDAY KVKN1NG. JANUARY
;. lsMl, will be sold at the Leepard hotel,
a two-story llKICK DWF.LLING. Ne. :::57,
south Prince street, containing live rooms.
Let lients -21 feet, mere or less, en l'riiice
street, and in depth 120 feet, mere or less.
Sale te commence at 7 o'clock. Conditions
made known bv
Henry Shubert, Auctioneer.
ClOnfA returns in ."() days en :S100 invest.
tJ)leUUeil. Ollieial reports free. Like
prelits weekly en Stock .options of $10 te i0.
Address T. POTTF.ll WIGHT & CO., Hunkers,
T Wall Street, X. Y. e2l-lyd&w
A1ATO v2innn IXVKSTK1 IX WALL,
yJU 21UUU Stieet Stocks makes for
tunes every month. Heek sent tree explaining
i;AXTi:it .v CO.. Hankers,
tllS-lyd.tw 7 Wall Street, X. Y.
"m TO fltren ALL WISHING TO
51U OOUU. miike money in Wall st.
should deal with the undersigned. Write for
explanatory circulars, sent free by
Uinnivn tv fn JSankei-sandHrekers,
fiMJl.Ll.AU & LU., 42 Exchange l'laee,
Xew Yerk. iel'.l-Smdced
il:t iti,1 : T I'm, wi-fv-ti. w .,.. kv
li et Lancaster eitv. ilcce:iscii. Letters of ad
ministration en said estate having been
granted te the undersigned, all persons in
debted thereto are requested te make imme
diate payment, and these having claims or de
mands against the same will present them
without delay for settlement te the under
signed, residing in West Chester, or te ids at
torney, J. V. r. Swift, Lancaster. Pa.
WJII. W. STOTT,
INSTATE !' JKAKY HULL, LATE OF
i Lancaster City, dee'd. Letters of admin
istration en said estate having been granted te
the undersigned, all person indebted thereto
are requested te make immediate payment,
and these having claims or demands against
the same;will present them without delay for
settlement te the undersigned, residing in said
eitv. JOHN JILLL.
STATE OFCHAKLKS K. MAILLY, LATE
of Lancaster city, deceased. The uniler-
i-.-ned Auditor, appointed te distribute the
Iv lance remaining in the hands ei J. W. F.
swift, administrator of said estate, te and
among these legally entiled te the same, will
sit for that purnesc en WKDXESDAY. the 21st
day of JAXCAUY, 18S0, at 10 o'clock, a. m., in
the Library I.oeni et the Court Heuse, in the
city of Lancaster, where all persons interested
in said distribution niav attend.
A uihtek's notice.
The undersigned Auditor, appointed by
t lie Court of Common Pleas of Lancaster coun
ty te distribute the balance remaining in the
hands of William A. Atlec, surviving trustee
under a mortgage given by the Lancaster Ag
ricultural Park association, dated May 0, 1S71,
recorded in the Kcceniurs ellice et Lancaster
county, in mortgage book Ne. 21, page 2!, te
and aniongtliese legally entitled te Ui", same,
will sit for that purpose en WEDNESDAY.
DEC. 31, 1ST!), at 10 o'clock, am., in the library
room of the court house, in the City of Lancas
ter, where all persons interested in said (Jistil (Jistil
butien may attend.
AE. McCAXX, AUCTIOXEEH OF SEAL
. Estate and Personal Property. Orders
left at Xe. .'K Charlette street, or at the Black
Herse Hetel, 44 and 4 Xerth Queen street, will
receive prompt attention. Bills made eutand
attended te without additional cost. e27-ly
ONE FIRST-CLASS PHAETON,
With Full Leather Tep and Cleth Lined, has only Run three or four times.
WILL BE SOLD CHEAP
HAUGHTON'S CHEAP STORE,
NO. 25 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
es-xvdvvw LANCASTER, Pa.
BLACK SILK WARP HENRIETTA CLOTHS,
BLACK TA3IISE CLOTHS,
BLACK MO.VIE CLOTHS,
BLACK A USTRALTAX CREPES,
All in choice assortment of best makes and best blacks. Wc specially invite examination of above line of jjoeds.
As wc arc taking account of stock we arc eil'eiing many Bargains in each department. Please call and examine.
BLANKETS ! BLANKETS !
QUILTS AND COMFORTABLES !
WATT, SUM i THOIPSOI
Oiler a Large stock of White and Colored
BLAJKETS, AT OLD PRICES.
WHITE FLANNELS. SCARLET FLANNELS. COLORED FLANNELS.
.V) l'icees Yard-Wide CASH MElvES, at 2."c. per yard, usually sold at 33c. per yard.
NEW YORK STORE
20 & 22 EAST KING STREET.
J. B. MARTIN & CO.
We elfer at Old 1'rices all the t-tandanl Ilr.nids of
SHEETINGS, PILLOW CASE 3IUSL1XS,
KLEACHE1) AM) BROWN MUSLINS, TICKINGS,
TURKEY RED A: FANCY DAMASK TABLE LINENS.
J83f Our Stock includes all the Favorite iSi-.uuls, purchased before the advance. As there
i every pre-ipcet of a further advance in prices en all Cotten Heeds an Karly I'urchai-c is
J. B. MARTIN & CO.
We take pleasure in asking your attention te a VERY LARGE COLLECTION of
goods in our line, selected with special reference te the demands of
DRESS GOODS, SHAWLS AND CLOAKS,
HANDKERCHIEFS OF ALL KINDS,
LACE AND SILK TIES,
FICHUS AND KID GLOVES
JAPANESE, MAJOLICA AND REED NOVELTIES,
GENTS' HANDKERCHIEFS AND NECK "WEAR.
C2F Hoj ing te receive a visit from you, kc are I'ruly Tours,
HAGER & BRO.
1.ANCASTKK, DEC. 187!.
OPKCIA1. UAKGAIN'S FOII TI1K COMING
BLACK THIBET SHAWLS,
CLOTH AND FLANNEL SKIRTS,
BLANKETS AND QUILTS
Purchasers will de well te cxainineeur stock
before purchasing elsewhere, as the above
goods have all been marked ter the OCCASION"
at less than regular prices.
Next Doer te the Court Heuse.
WM. P. PRALLEY'S
MONUMENTAL MARBLE WORKS
7S8 Nerm VJueen Street, Lancaster, Pa.
MONUMENTS, HEAD AND FOOT STONES,
CEMETEUY LOTS ENCLOSED, &c.
AH work guaranteed and satisfaction given
in every particular.
N. B. Remember, works at the extreme end
of North Queen street. mSOl
ITUIY LOOKER'S COUGH SYRUP.
FOE SALE. -
BOWEKS & HUEST,
25 EAST KING STREET.
CHRISTMAS PKESKNTS I!
CHUISTM AS PKESKNTS 'I!
PICTURE FRAME STORE,
1.-.$ EAST KINO STKEKT,
(Schindlcr's Old Stand),
WALTER A. HEIXITSH,
ED VCA TI OSAL.
rpilK ACADEJlr CONNECTED AYITII
X Franklin and Marshall College offers su
jterier advantages te young men and boys who
desire either te prepare forcellege or te obtain
a thorough academic education. Students re
ceived at any time during the school year
Send for circulars. Address
REV. JAMES CRAWFORD,
ectll-lyd Lancaster. Pa.
Te all suffering from chronic diseases of all
kinds. Confidential consultation invited per
sonally or by mail. Ncwmethed of treatment.
New and reliable remedies. Heek ami circu
lars sent free In sealed envelopes. Address
Heward Association, 419 N. Ninth street, Phil
adelphia, Pa., an institution having a high
reputation for honorable conduct and profes prefes profes
lenal skill. niar-lyd
'Fer sinking spells lits, dizzi
ness, palpitation and low spirits,
rely 011 Hep Kitters."
' Kcad et, procure and use Hep
Hitters, and you will be strong,
healthy and happy."
"Ladies, de von want te be
KIT strong, healthy and beautiful?
KKS Then use Hep Kitters.
"liie greatest appetizer.&temacli,
bleed and liver regulator Hep
"Clergymen, Lawyers, Kditers,
Hankers and Ladies heed Hep Hit
' Hep Hitters hits restored te so
briety and health, perfect wrecks
" Sour stemach.sick headache and
J 5 IT
KKS dizziness. Hep Hitters cures with 11
"$30 wiil be paid for a csic that
Hep Hitters will net cure or help."
"Hep Hi iters builds up, strength
ens and cures ceutiiiuully from the
"Kidney and Urinary complaints
01 an Kinds permanently cured Dy
HOp Hep Hitters."
KIT Hep Cough Cure is the sweetest,
KKS safest and best. Ask children.
irri Tllc "l1 lil- for Stomach, Liver
ijj'i and Kidnevs is Superior te all
FllS etllelsi- Ask Druggists.
it. 1. c. is an absolute and lrre-
HOP sistible cure for drunkenness, use hop
HIT Kk "I'ul" Lvjimuuu aim iKiruuLJcs. HIT
KKS All above sold by druggists. Hep KKS
limers .uunuiaciuring ue. ivocnes ivecnes
ter. X. Y.
Send for Circular.
K-W K-W K-W K-W Jv-W Iv-W KAY
THE ONLY REMEDY
THAT ACTS AT THE SAME TIME OS
and the KIDNEYS.
This combined action gives it
wonderful power te cure all dis-
Why Are We Sick?
JSecausc wc allow these great or
gans te become clogged or torpid,
and poisonous humors are there
fore forced into the bleed that
should be expelled naturally.
KIDXE Y WOHT
HUieHsncss, l'ilcs, Constijmtien,
Kiilnet Complaints, Urinary
Diseases, female Wealc
nessent and Serceus
by causing free action of these or
gans and restoring their power te
threw elf disease.
Why Sutler JSilieus Pains and
Aches? Why tormented with Piles
and Constipation ? Why frightened
ever Disordered Kidneys? Wliv
endure Sick or Nervous Headaches"-'
,. ... Why have sleepless nights?
K"'v Use KIDNKY WOKT and rejoice
111 neaiin. insaury.vegetaDlecoin insaury.vegetaDlecein insaury.vegetaDlecoin
peund, and one package will make
mx quarts of medicine. Get it of
your Druggist. He will order it ler
you. Price, $1,00.
Wells, Kicuauusen & Ce., Preps.,
(Will send pest-paid.)
K-W KAY KAY KAY Iv-W Iv-W K-W
WALL 1'AI'EItS, fc.
715 AEK I'KEl'AKED TO MAKE
ALL KINDS OF
In the best manner and Lew Prices.
Gimp Bands, Curtain Leeps, Heeks, &c.
Kl'LL STOCK OF
Seme very Choice Sew Patterns,
FRINGES, FIXTURES, &c.
Measures of Windows taken and shades put
up promptly. Call and see.
PHABES W. FRY,
G3 North Oueen Street.
EOUSDERS ASD 3L.IC11LS1STS.
SHOP ON PLUM STREET,
OrresiTEiHE Locemotivk Works.
The subscriber continue te manufacture
BOILERS AND STEAM ENGINES,
Fer Tanning anil ether purposes ;
Sheet-iron Werk, and
45 Jobbing promptly attended te.
auglS-lyd JOHN REST.
24 CENTRE SQUARE.
Closing out our
In order te iuukc room for the
Large Spring Stock,
Which we are new manufacturing.
Suits and Suitings,
Te be sold at the Lewest Price-.
24 CENTRE SQUARE,
OVERCOATS AND HEAVY SUITINGS.
.SPECIAL 1NDUCKM ENTS
te buvers of Clothing in order te make room
for a large SPRINi: STOCK new being manu
factured, and we are needing room. We offer
well-made and stylish
Cletliiiia' for Men and Beys
than ever heard of before, although Coedsare
going up every day. We will sell, for we niii-t
nave the room.
Loek at Our
overceats: overcoats; overceats:
for $-2.W, for $:.!S.", fer$i.:r, ferf;.7.-.
OVERCOATS ! OVERCOATS : OVERCOATS :
for $7.73. for $y.7.-, for $10.73.
OVERCOATS ! OVERCOATS ! OVERCOATS !
for $l--, $11, $10 and $.
These are heavy-lined Overcoats, carefully
made and splendidly trimmed.
OVERCOATS ! OVERCOATS ! OVERCOATS '.
for $7.."0, ler $t..")0, for $..."0, for $12.
OVERCOATS ! OVERCOATS '. OVERCOATS :
for$l."S, for $18, fer$i'J.
The.-e are Plaid-Rack Overcoats, equal te
II i; AV Y, M EN'S SUITS I
for $.'5.50, $1.00, $3.00, $7.00, $-J.0O, $10.00.
MEN'S SUITS FOR FINE DRESS !
for $12.00, $11.00, $13.00, $n;.oe, $1S.00 and $20,00.
HOYS' SUITS AND OVERCOATS I
HOYS' SUITS from $2.23 te $10.00.
HOYS' OVERCOATS VERY LOW.
We sell only our own make and guarantee
Meney returned en all goods net found as
if Please call, whether you wish te purcha-e
Is stocked with the latest styles, which we
make te measure at the lowest ca-h prices and
guarantee a perfect lit.
SUITS TO ORDER from $12 upwards.
PANTS TO ORDER from $:J.50 upward-.
D. GANSMAN & BRO.,
MERCHANT TAILORS AND CLOTHIERS.
06 & G8 NOItTH QUEEN ST.,
S. W. Cerner et Orange, Lancaster, Pa.
BISCHOPF & FOEHL,
GOLD AND SILVER REFIXEiiS.
Old Celd and Silver Bought,
marl-lyd ZAHM'S CORNER. ::d Floeiu
AKfiK LOT OF GENUINE
All Steel Triple Silver Plated
Dili AMD TEA OPES,
Ottered very low. We an; closing out Simons
and Ferks muehbeiew regular price.
E. P. BOWMAN,
106 EAST KING ST.
A. J. STEINMAN,
Intelligencer Huilding, Southwest Cerner Cen
tre Square, Lancaster, Pa.
V. U. HENSEL,
Intelligencer Huilding, Southwest Cerner Ccn
trc Square, Itncaster, Pa.
CM AS. i:. KLINE,
Ne. 15 North Duke street, Lancaster, Pa.
All kinds of Conveyances promptly drawn.
HENRY A. RILEY,
Attorney and Connseller-at-Law
21 Park Rew, New Yerk.
Collections made in all parts of the United
States, and a general legal business transacted.
Refers by permission te Stcinman & Hcnsel.
LOCHER'S CUGH SYRUP CURES CONSUMPTION.
D. B. Hosteller & Sen,
j TltAVELEIUP GVIVE ' '
Cars run as fellows :
Leave Lancaster (P. R. Depot), ut 7, 9, an.l
11:30 a. m., and 2, 4. 6 and 8d0 p. m., except e
Saturday, when the last car leaves at 9:30 p. ni.
Leave Millersville (lower cud) at 5, s, and 10
a. M and 1. 3, 5 and 7 p. in.
Cars run daily en above-time except en Sun
1)ENXSYI.VANIA RAILROAD NEW
SCHEDULE On and after SUNDAY.
NOV. 9th, 187J, trains en the Pennsylvania
Railroad will arrive and leave the Lancaster
and Philadelphia depots as follews:
Yerk Accem. Arrives;...
Dillerville Accem. Arrives,
Columbia Aecommedat ion.
r rederiek Accem. Arrives,
Mail Train Ne. I.via Mt..ley,
Mail Train Ne.2,via Cel'bia,
Dillerville Leeal.via Mt.Jev
I nettle Express, east, en Snndav, when Hag
ged, will step at Middletown. Klirabothtewii
Mt. Jey, LandisTille, Hird-in-Iland, Ltmian
Place, tjap, Christiana, Parkesburg, Coates
ville, Oakland and lilen Lech.
Fast Line, west, en Snndav, when Hugged,
will step at Downingtewn.Coate.-villc. Parke
burg.Mt.Jey, Kli.ahethtewn and Middletown.
Hanover Accommodation, west, cenucets at
Lancaster with Niagara Express, vicst,it 10:3i
a. t., and will run through te Hanover.
Frederick Accommodation, west, connect at
Lancaster, with Fast Line, west, at 2:f0 r. ii..
and will run through te Frederick.
CtOLUMIHA AND PORT DEPOSIT kTTc.
Trains new run regulurl v en the Columbia
and I'ert Deposit Railroad "en the following
Stations Neuthwakh. Express. Accem.
Pert Deposit :... i::20 2:45
Peachhottem 7:07 S:43
Fite's Eddy 7:'2( 4:00
McCalPa Ferry 7::;t 4:17
Shenk's Ferry 7:.'d :n
Sate Harber. 7;.-.7 4:ni
Columbia ,s;:M .V.:i5
."-tatiexs Seuth ward.
M eCal l's Fcrrv
Ac coin. Express.
a. M. M.
TEADINtJ AND COLUMBIA RAILROAD.
J.t On and after MONDAY. OCT. I'.ni, tsTe.
;cr trains will run en this read us lel-
Tkaixs GeiMi Seuth.
Lam-aster .1 unci ion...
A. M. j A. M.
7::!" II :.":
v. JI. j
v. m. r. 3:.
Trains Ooine North, a.m. v. m. cm. a.m.
Quarryville :I1 2.."1 7:50
Hess, i;:52 , 2.11 7:3S
New Providence, 0:.10 i 2:!.S S:I3
Rel'ten, 7:11 ! 2:50 .-27
Pequea 7:i-S 3:05 MSi
Haumgaiilner, 7:2i; 3:13 S:I3
West Willow, 7:32 3:is ,s:ii(
Ilarnish, 7:11 :::-ii; ".c.iki
Ring Street, 7:.W :;-.40 0:20
Lanctister, M:05 ::0e :fcKi ::.-:
Dillerville 8:08 l:i 3:.'.::
Columbia .s-.oe l:(Ml :ks
Landisville H:30 1:.-U 4.01
Lancaster Junction,... S:;p lr25 1:1.1 ....
Manheim, H:le l:W 4r2n
Litiz, 0:c0 2:i.'0 4--
Akren, 0:l; 2:IH 4:17
Ephrata 0:23 2:25 4:.Vt
Reinheldsville, 0:12 2:10 .1:11
Reading, 10:0. :::20 ?M
Trains connect at Reading with trains te and
from Philadelphia, Pottsville, Harrisburg, Al Al
Icntewn and New Yerk. At Columbia with
trains te and from Yerk, Hanover, ('ettysburg,
Frederick and Haltimere.
A. M.WILSON, Supt.
r OCAL MAIL ARRANGEMENTS.
HOURS FOR CLOSING THE MAILS.
RY RAILROAD. New Yerk throceh mall,
7:00 11 111, 12:30 p 111, 4:15 p m and 11:30 p 111.
Way Mail, east, 7 a 111.
Goreonvillk, Dowiiiiigtewn, Lcum.'iu Place,
Cap Op in.
PiiiLAOCLriiiA, through mail, 7 and 0 a m,
12:30, 4:43 and 11:30 p in.
PiTTSiiUROii and west, 1:30 and ll:3u p in.
Harrisiiure Mail, 10 am, 1:30. 5:1.1 and ll:.:ep
Way Mail, west, 10 a 111.
Haltimerk and Washington, via Philadel
phia, 4:50 p in.
Haltimere and Washinotex, via Yerk, 1:30 p
Haltimere and Washington, via Harrisburg,
11:30 p 111.
Coatesville, 4:43 p in.
Celumiiia, 10 a in, 1:30 and .1:1.1 p m.
Yerk and Yerk way, 1:30 and 11:30 p 111.
Northern Central, 10a 111, Inland 11:30 p in.
Readike. via Reading and Columbia R 11, 7:30
a m and 12:30 p 111.
Reading, via Harrisburg, 5:1.1 and 11:30 pm.
Heading way. via Junction, Litiz, Manheim,
East Hemplielil and Ephrata, 3 p m.
Quarrxville, Camargo, Retteu, New Provi
dence, West Willow. Lime Valley and Martins
ville. 0:30 a in, and 7:30 p 111.
New Helland, Churchtown, Grcenbank,
Blue Ball, Uoedville, Bcartewn, by way of
Dowiiiiigtewn, at 7 a in and 0 pm.
Safe Harrer, via Columbia. 10a in.
BY STAGE Millersville and Slackwater. te
Safe Harber, daily, ut2:30 p m.
Te Millersville, Hand 11 am, and I pin.
Binkley's Bridge, Leacock, Barcville, New
Helland, 2:30 pm.
Willow Street, Smithvflle, Buck, Chestnut
Level, Green, Peters Creek, Pleasant Greve.
Reck Springs. Fainiieunt and Ivewiaud.-ville,
Mil, daily, at 7 am.
Landis Valley, Oregon, Wet Earl, Farmers
villc, Hinkletewii, Terre Hill, Martimlale,
daily, at ii'M p m.
Fertility. Lumpetcrand Wheatland Mills, te
Stntsburg, daily, at 4 p 111.
Greenland and Seutlersburg, te P.ir.idisc
daily, at 4 p in..
Netfsvillc, dailv. at 4 p m.
Skw Danville," Conestoga. Martieville, Ci.Ii!
man villc. Mount Nebo. Ruwlln-villc, Hethesa
and Libert v Seuare. daily, at 2:30 p m.
WlfEN OPEN FOU DELIVERY.
ARRIVING BY RAIL. Eastern mail, 7 a 111
10:45 a m, 3 and 0:30 p 111.
Eastern way mail, 10: 13 a m.
Western mail, 7 and 10 a 111, 2 and i;:30 p 111.
Reading, via Reading and Columbia, 2:30 p
Western way mail, 8 a in.
Reading wav mail, 10:30 a 111.
ARRIVING "BY STAGE. Frem Safe Harber
and Millersville. at 9 a 111. daily.
Frem Millersville, 7 and 9 a m, and 4 p m.
Frem New Helland, at 0:30 a m, daily.
Frem Rowlandsville, Mil. at 2:30 11 111.
Reading way mail, at 10:30 a m, daily.
Frem Strasburg, at 9:30 a in, daily.
Frem Paradise te Lancaster, lea in, dally
Frem Neffs-ville. at 1 p m, daily.
Frem Rawlinsvllle. at 11 am.
DELIVERIES BY CARRIERS.
There are four mail deliveries by letter car
riers each day, and en their return" trips they
take up the mail matter deposited in the letter
Fer the first delivery the carriers leave the
ellice at :30 a 111; second delivery ut 10 am ;
third dcIU'cry at 11 a 111 ; fourth delivery at 3 p
SUNDAY POSTOFFICE HOURS.
On Sunday the posteflice Is open from April
1 te October 1. from 8 te 9 a in, and from 0 te 7
pm: from October 1 teAprll I,f rem 9 te 10 a 111,
and from te 7n 111.
I would respectfully call the attention et
persons wanting a first-class Piane that 1 have
been appointed sole agent for Lancaster coun
Checkering & Sen's Celebrated Pianos,
Of Bosten, Mass. Pianos can be seen at my
Organ Manufacturing Warcroems, 320 North
dec2C-2tdeawdvtwtfl Ijincastcr, Pa.