Lancaster daily intelligencer. (Lancaster, Pa.) 1864-1928, January 06, 1880, Image 4
3: K. Cut- LANCASTER DAILINTELLlGENGER; atUJESPAY, JANUARY 61880; If' ' it' f: r 4' K- Lancaster intelligencer, TUESDAY EVENING, JAN. 6, 1880. "THOUGH LOST TO SIGHT." Than tlic familiar line, "Though lest te sight, te recm'ry dear," none is mere frequent ly quoted, and yet comparatively few person" are aware el its origin. It will be found in a song composed of two Ftanza-, written about the year 1700 by Ruthvcn Jenhyns a poet en tirely unknown te lame and published in the Greenwich Magazine for mariners. J Sweetheart, geed-bye! the fluttering sail Is spread te waft mc far from thee : And seen before the favoring gale My ship shall bound the ca. Perchance ail desolate and forlorn, These eyes shall miss thcemany a year : But unforgotten every charm Though lest te sight, te mcin'ry dear. Sweetheart, geed-bye ! one last embrace : O cruel fate, two souls te sever! Yet in this heart's me-t sacred place Theu, thou alone shall dwell forever. And still shall recollection trace .In Fancy's mirror ever near. Each smile, each tear upon that face Though le-t te sight, te mem'ry dear. Amusement IVeles 'What the Players are Doing. The ainuscment season is brightening up in this city. Pat Roeucy's tieupe is doing the New England circuit. Even the Dramatic iVcwvt thinks (".illicit and Sullivan's new opera a success. Maude Granger, the actress, will short ly be married te a prominent New Yerker. Annie Pixley did a tremendous business in Pittsburgh last week. "Enchantment" is drawing pack'd houses at the Glebe theatre, Jiosten. The walking is fearfully bad for show men who are homeward bound. Frank Gardner, the leapcr, gees with W. W. Celes circus the coming season. The prices at the opera house te-night arc low enough te draw a crowded house. Manager Mishler has the Watsen, Ellis aud Kcrnell show for a two weeks' en gagement. Milten Nobles will play ever Mishler s circuit shortly, beginning at Seranten en January l'J. Miss Margaret Cene, the pietty little actress of last night's company, is a sister of Kate Claxteu. Havcrly's Mastaden minstrels opened in Eroeklyn last evening. This is the first time they have been se near the mctiopelis. Barlew, Wilsen. Primrose and West seem te be raking in as large piles as any of them this year. Plenty of troupes which are continually being organized for " the read ' take the read home sooner than the' expect. Frederick Leetard, of the Leetard Ill-ethers, gymnasts. viliiie performing at the Velks Garden, IJroeklyn. fell andwas badly injured. Victer Jluije has never heard of Emer Emer eon. Peer Huge ! Emersen is the best song and dance man in this country. .V. O. Picayune. A new theatie is te be erected by an as sociation, with a capital of $1,000. en Fourteenth street, between Second and Third avenues. New Yerk. Lew Simmons and his little tieupe aic terrifying the people of the small towns in this state. They appear in Maueli Chunk te-night. The '"Big Four" minstrel company is doing an excellent business en their trip through the state. The press speaks highly of their performance. Last week's engagement of Mr.and Mrs. McKce Rankin at the Arch street theatie, Philadelphia, was the best that has ever been plavcd anvwherc with ' The Dan ites." Jehn T. Feid is said te have lest 1,000 en Gilbert and Sullivan, but he will prob ably make it up, as ''The Pirates of Pin zance"' is a success for certain. Sonic of the New Yerk managers will herealter abolish the window lithograph system, by which the persons who allow pictures te be hung in their stores, are ad mitted free te the theatres. Mr. Ferd proposes te put ' The Pirates of Penzance" in pieparatien at once by Messrs. Ferd it Zimmerman's opera com pany, and will produce it at the Philadel phia Bread Street in a fortnight. Charles II. Drew, the tenor, left the Alice Uates opera troupe before they reached this city because he had net re ceived his salary from Manager Jack for some time past. Alice Oatcs's third husband, te whom she was recently married, was with her iu this city. He is a young Philadclphian, who travels with the company, but does net act. Emersen, Clark and the Daly brothers have organized a traveling troupe which includes, besides themselves, Murphy and Shannen, Parker sisters, Jehn Hart, Cor Cer delia and Yicterclla, Babby Newcomb, Minnie Lee and several ethers. Letta, while giving testimony in a St. Leuis lawsuit, was asked : "What is your age?" "People might net believe me if I told," she replied, "for some say that I am 43." That was the only answer she would make. The Arneld Brethers minstrel company collapsed in New Yerk state last week, and McCami and Helmes, the song ami dance men, worked en the railroad at SI per day for a few days, in order te provide themselves with suflicicnt means te pay their fares home. The New Yerk Mirror preserves two quaint specimens of advertisements, the hrst, of the Grand Opera Heuse, "I lie management takes great pleasure in an nouncing the last two nights of Mr. Soth Seth ern ;" the second, " Nible's Garden, E. G. Gilmerc, manager. Check full every night." The Dramatic Kara receives $30 each for the pictures of actors, which they print en their first page. Wc would like te knew hew much the Dramatic and Musical Times receives for their's. Last week's picture looked as much like a cow as it did like a woman. It was intended for Miss Rese Coglan. There are in the United States eS0 tlicat.-cs.aiid 120 halls and lyccuins. There arc 124 regular travelling combinations, 50 minstrel or variety companies, 08 com panies formed te support stare and play in spetacular, and seven resident stock com panies, three in New Yerk, two in Bosten, one in Philadelphia, and one in San Fran Fran ciseo. Joaquin Miller, while at Barnuin's hotel. Baltimore, a few weeks aie, wiete te a friend in New Jersey, and ended the letter : " Come and sec me whenever you can. lam at Bamum's." The friend answered: "I am sorry you have com menced exhibiting yourself. If you had stuck te literature, you would have made your mark and fortune. Whereabouts is the show new?" Entirely Recovered. New Yehk City, .June 1G, 1373. II. IL WAiutEjr & Ce. Gentlemen I hereby certify that my wife lias been using Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure for Bright' Dis ease, and she is new entirely recovered. When all physicians' remedies failed, she was in duced te try your remedy, and received bene ficial results from the first bottle. After taking four bottles she was entirely cured. Yours truly, Rebert U. Fitzeerald. JI-SwiI Guilty or Wrong. Seme people have n fashion of confusing ex" cellcnt remedies with the large mass of v' pa tent medicines," and in this they arc guilty of a. wrenir. There are some advertised remedies fnlly worth all that is nsked for them, and one .- Iiuiet wn Imnnr nf ITfln TCit.t4.ra 'I'll TtrrltnT has had occasion te use the Bitters in Just such a climate as urc liave mostrOf-.the-year in Bay City, and has always found them te be first class and reliable, doing all that is claimed for them. Trib u nc7 FOR HAX.E OR REX1. GOVERNORS FOR SALE. Twe large Steam Governors for sale. In quire of PENX IKON COMPANY, nlO-tfd&w Lancaster, Pa. I70R SALE. 1 A twelve te llttvcu horse-power engine and boiler. Alse a large planer, almost new; a small flooring and matching macliine, anil a 'tenetingand power mortising machine. Address PHILIP LEBZKLTEF., Eagle .spoke and Bending Works, iievlfi-tfd&w Lancaster, Pa. I70K SALE. An EIGHT-HOUSE PORTABLE BOIL KK, in geed condition. Fer particulars upplvat THIS OFFICE. STOKE ROOM FOR RENT, NO. 114 N. Oni-cii sti--t Po--e-,sien given .January lsU Apply at iin-tfil I Xe. 112 North Queen Street- I 70K RENT. i Twe room. Ne. K'Z North Queen street, suitable ler photegrupirgallci-v, new occupied bv .1 S. Saitrman. Apply te "dec3Vtld THO--. 11ACMGAKONEU. -)U11LIC SALE. On TUESDAY EVENING, .JANFAUY ;, lsxt, will be ebl at tin I.iepard hotel, a two-story J1UICK DWELLING. Ne. SST, Seuth Prince street, containing live room-. Let lrents -."-ileet. mere or le--. en Prince stifi't, and in depth 131 feet, mere or le--,. Sale te commence at 7 o'clock. Conditions made known by . . .. FUEDEKICKTOEI.I.E. Henry Mmlx-il, Auctioneer, jan l-Std ORPHANS' COLRT SALUOFUm LU1N OiiMATriMAV..JANL'Ai:Y10.1hH),will be sold at public -ale, in pun-uance of an order el the Orphans' Court el Lanea-lcr county, by the uiideiigin'd'M'CutersOl Henry C. Leelier, deceased. at the public houseofMartiii Kempt, corner el Poplar and Filbert streets, the lol-lewiugde-ciilicd real estate. iz. : All these TWENTY I.OTfc OF CUOI'.M), sit uated en Hie southeast side of Poplar stieet, between strawbenyand Filbert street-, in the City ei Lancaster, each let containing in lient en said Poplar -treel twenty lcet.and in depth te a it feet wide public alley, one hundred leet numbered en the plan ei" lets laid out by the -aid Henry (.. Lecher, by Ne. 10 te :ij, both in clusive. Thc-c lets are under geed lenccs and are sit uated in an improving pari el the city alc toeeinmencc at 2 o'clock of said day, when the conditions of sale will be made knew n anil attendance given by ClIAb. A. IIKINITSH, VM. L. PEIPEK, MOIMMS ZOOK, Executer-ol Henry C. Leelier, deeea-ed. llEM'.Y fcllfllEIlT, Auctioneer. deel74td-17.27jan3A.il. til FT lUl.llVIXtlS. VUTIIORIZl'.S) i: T1IK COMMON WEALTH OF KY., and Fairest in the World. IGth Popular Monthly Drawing OK THE COMMONWEALTH DISTRIBUTION CO. At M.icauley'.s Theatie, in the City of I.011I ille, en JANUARY 31st, 1880. These Drawings, authei'i.cd by act of the Legi-laluie et 1N2I, and su-laiued by all the courts or Kentucky (all fraudulent, advertise ments et ether lottery companies who claim the sole ownership el '-all the grants in Ken tucky," te the contrary, notwithstanding), oc cur lcgulurly 011 the last day of every month (-undays excepted), and aie supervised by pieuiiucnt citizens el the Slate. Every ticket-holder can be his own Mipcrw-er, call out hi- number and see it placed in the v. heel. The management call at lentien te the grand opportunity pre-ented of obtaining, ler enl -, any of the lollewing pi i.es : 1 prize $:;n,oeo 1 i.rie WOO 1 prize .ri,KW KMnizesifl.lKHJcacli 10.000 2i)pnzcsr,eiieaeh le.iKKi Kiepiizcs.$liPileach 10,000 200 i)iizes.-Oeaeh IO.cje UK) prizes 2)e.ieh 12,IXK 1000 prizes leeaeh 10.000 .) prizes :yt each, approximation prizes 2,700 1 prizes 2ii each, " " 1,NX) ') prize- lmicai li, " ' 1HX) L'.Ml prizes Whole tlekel-, f2 ..112,400 tickets halt tickets. $1; JV); .Vi ticket-, yloe. All application- ler clubmte--heuld be made te the liinue ellicc. IJeinit by bank draft or ex pre . Orders of .si and upward, by epre-s, can be sent at our expense. lull list of drawing published in Louisville Veiiricf-Jimrmil and New Yerk Jlerattl and mailed te all ticket-holder. Fer tickets and iulormatieu address T. .(. COMMEUFOUD, Courier-Journal lluildiiig, Louisville, Ky., or 1J llre.ulway, New Yerk. dl-TuTAS&w viii.xa ai t:i.Afstr.u:i:. ( miNA, LAf!, jui:enswaici:. HOUSEKEEPERS, Loek te your interest, ill . .eriMilEKNsWAltEal CHINA HALL. THE LARGEST STOCK IN LANCASTER! Damaged Ware ! Damaged Ware ! sjieci.il attention given te HOCSESTIKES. HIGH & MARTIN'S, Ne. 8 East King Street. ..! XOT1VES. 1?!TAT1J OF .l.VCOI! STOTT, LATK OF Ji et Ijinca-ter city, deceased. Letters of ad ministration en said estate having been granted te the undersigned, all persons in debted theiete are requested te make imme diate payment, and the-e having claims or demand- 'against the same will present them without delay ler settlement te the under signed, residing in West Chester, or te his at torney, J. W. F. Swift, Lancaster, Pa. WM. W. STOTT, decl-ltd3tw Administrator. I7STATK OF MARY HULL, LATK OF JJ Lancaster Cily, dee'd. Letters of admin istration en saiil estate having been granted te the undersigned, all persons indebted thereto are, requested te make immediate payment, and these having claim- or demands against the saine'.wilt picsent them without delay ler settlement tethe undersigned, residing in said city. .JOHN HULL. d'eeiJ-Ctdeaw Administrator. I7VSTATL-OFCIIAKLF.S L.JUAILLY, LATK J of lmcastercity. deceased. The under signed Auditor, appointed te distribute Un balance remaining in the hands el .1. W. F. Swift, administrator of said estate, te and among the-e legally entited te the same, will sit for tluil put-no-is en WEDNESDAY, the 21st dayef.JANUAUY, l.sse. at 10 o'clock, a. 111., in the Library l.oem el the Court Heuse, in the city of Lancaster, w here all persons interested in said distribution mav attend. " V. U. HENSEL, dcc-21-Stdeaw Auditor. ESTATK OF OKOROK XV. ZKLL, LATK of Lancaster city, deceased. Letters of ad ministration en said estate having been grant ed te the undersigned, all persons indebted te said decedent are requested te make immedi ate payment, and these having claims or de mands against the same will present them without delay ler settlement te the under signed, residing in Lancaster cit v. EMANUEL SWOPE, Administrator. Alex. Harris. Attorney. nl4-(itdeaw 1ASTATK OF KAKBABA ROSKNFKLD, 2i late of Lancaster city, deceased. Letters testamentary en said estate h.ivingbecn grant ed te the undersigned, ail persons indebted te said decedent are requested te make immediate settlement and these liaviugclainiserdeiuanils against the estate of said decedent te make known the same te the undersigned without delay, re-iding in Lancaster eitv, JOHN 15. LElJKICHEU, J. W. F. Swift, Executer. tleiney. dccJO-btdeaw ASS1UNKI) KSTATK OF WILLIAM HUN TEUFUKUUSON and wile. ofPrevidcnce township, Lancaster county. William Hunter Furguson and wife, et Providence township, having by deed of voluntary assignment assigned and transferred all their es tate and eireets te the undersigned, ler the benelit of the creditors of the said William Hunter Furgu-en, lie therefore gives notice te all persons indebted te said assigner, te make payment te the undersigned without delay, and these having claims te present them te JOHN HILDEBUAND, Assignee. dccl7-Ctw New Providence. AUDITOR'S NOTICK. The undersigned Auditor, appointed by the Court of Common Pleas of Lancster coun ty te distribute the balance remaining in the hands of William A. Atlcc, surviving trustee under 11 mortgage given by the Lancaster Ag ricultural Park association, dated May 6, 1871, recorded in the Recorder's efllce of Lancaster county, in mertgnge book Ne. 21, page 289, te and among these legally entitled tethe same, will sit for that purpose en WEDNESDAY, DEC. 81, 1879, at 10 o'clock, a m., in the library room of the court house, in the City of Lancas ter, where all persons interested in said distri bution may attend. GEORGE XAUMAX, d6-3tdlaw Auditor. czwrnxxGi IT IS SAID THAT 500,000 PERSONS Witnessed the Grant Reception in Philadelphia. "WE WOULD LIKE ALL THE ISM AM BOYS TO GALL AT OAK HALL Immediately and Equip Themselves for the COLD W A YES OF 1SSO. The Singularly Small Prices we started the Annual Winter Sales with have stirred all the stores te de their best. But we eclipsed them all, and they knew it, and the People see it, tee. These are the Prices for Our Own Carefully Manufactured Goods, net bought in the New Yerk Wholesale Stores : A few left ei the $30 Fine Overcoats, reduced te $20.00 l.evtil IJevcrsible Plaid Hacks, sold everywhere at $25 (Full Indigo Celers and Woven Hacks). Our Price 18.00 Next Grade Ifi-SO Extra Sizes m Hlueand Urewn Worumbe Heaver Overcoats 12.00 Next Grade 10.00 A Geed Streng Serviceable Cleth-Hound Overcoat !0 Everyday Working Overcoat 5-00 Men's All Weel Suits 10.00 The" Auburn " 1). I'. Suits, for Husliie-s and Ores- 12.00 Extra Quality " Sawyer " Suitings Fi.OO The Finest of Cassimere Suits 20.00 Dress Suits of Hest Imported Cleths reduced te 2J.00 Men's Everyday Pants I-""" All-wool Hu-iness and Dress Pants 8.W) Extra Fine Dress Pantaloons, formerly $10, new ".W Gennine narris Ca-simere Pants 5.00 The Verv Latest Styles in Children's Overcoats 3.00 The Deuble-Shouldered Cape lieyul Reversible Hack Overcoats 5.00 (The Nicest Little Heys' Overcoats Oak Hall ever produced.) Children's Suits as low as ""0 Higher Grades and Mere Elaborately Trimmed Suits .'" A Great Specialty in Heys' and Youths' Pants 2..V) WANAMAKER & BROWN, OAK HALL, S. E. CORNER SIXTH AND MARKET STREETS, PHILADELPHIA. jan 1 tfd THE LARGEST DRY 1880. COTTOXS AXD LINENS ! COTTONS AND LINENS ! HAGER & BROTHER Are eirering at less than pre-cnt value Large Lines or HLEACHED AND UNHLEACHED MUSLINS, HLEACHED AND UNHLEACHED SHEETINGS TAULE LINENS AND NAPKINS, LINEN TOWELS AND TOWELING, TUHKEY UEI) DAMASKS. MA.R3A.TLU33 AND CRQ3H3r QUILTS, BLANKBP3, TICKINGS, CHECKS, PRINTS AND GINGHAMS, The above geed- were purchased several months since in anticipation of an advance and will be sold while they la-t at low price-. We invite the special attention of housekeepers anil ether- BLANKETS ! BLANKETS ! QUILTS AND COMFORTABLES ! HIT, SHAID & TIOIPSOI Oiler a Large Stock of White and Colored BLAIKETS, AT OLD PRICES. WHITE FLANNELS. SCARLET FLANNELS. COLORED FLANNELS. SPECIAL BARGAIN. 50 Pieces Yard-Wide CASHMERES, at 25c. per yard, usually sold at 33c. per yard. NEW YORK STORE. 20 & 22 EAST KING STREET. J. B. MARTIN & CO. DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT! Wc offer at Old Prices all the Standard Hrands of SHEETINGS, PILLOW CASE MUSLIXS, BLEACHED AXI BB0 WX XUSLIXS, TICKIXGS, TURKEY RED k FAXCY DA3IASK TABLE LIXEXS. TOWELINGS. &B Our Stock includes all the Favorite Hrands, purchased before the advance. As there is every prospect of a furtlier advance in prices en all Cotten Goods, an Early Purchase id desirable. J. B. MARTIN & CO. CAllltJAGi:S, SLEIGHS ! SLEIGHS ! SLEIGHS ! We have new in stock a large let of Sleighs, consisting et PONY, POKTLAND AND ALHANYS. TWO FINE FOUR-PASSENGER SLEIGHS, Hy STKEIT & LOCKWOOD. of -Penirhkeep-ie, N. Y. One Fine Feur-Pas-cnger PORTLAND SLEIGH. TRIMMED AND UNTRI..L.IEDJ PORTLAND CUTTERS. ALBANY CUTTERS, Finished In the highest style and sold at one-half the usual price. Alse, a fine let of Huggies and Carriages of our own make and celebrated city makers. One Fine Second-hand EXTENSION PHAETON, Hy Hrewster, one by Gregg & Howe, and a variety of ethers, second-hand. All te be sold at half their value. S. E. BAILY & Ce., 430 & 432 North Queen and 431 & 433 Market Streets, Lancaster, Pa. ecUMyd CLOTHING HOUSE IX AMERICA. GOODS. HAGER & BRO. J'llAFTOXS. ,vr. - FOE SALE. ONE FIRST-CLASS PHAETON, With Full Leather Tep and Cleth lined, has only Run three or four times. WILL BE SOLT CHEAP INQUIRE AT HAUGHTON'S CHEAP STOEE, NO. eS-lTdtw JAMAET, 1880. AS THIS IS OUK USUAL TIME OF TAKING ACCOUNT OF STOCK AND IN ORDER TO REDUCE THE SAME WE SHALL OFFER MANY Bargains in Every Department. !SWe specially invite examination. GIVLEK, BO"WEKS & HURST, DRY GOODS, NOTION AND CARPET HOUSE, 25 EAST KING STREET. TJlAVJiLFltS' GUJJtJj' ,K It. It 1 T ANOASTKH ANI) MIILEKSYILI Xj Cars, run as fellows : :.. Leave Lancaster (1. IJ. Pepet), at 7, 9, and 11:30 a. 111., and 2, 4. 0 and 8:30 p. 111., except 011 batuiiluy, when tlie last car leaves at J:.'!0 p. 1.1. Leave Millersville (lower end) at 5, 8, and 10 a. 51., and 1. 3, r and 7 p. in. Cars run daily en above time except en Sun day. 1) K N N S Y I. VA ' I A K AIT.KO All N K V feCIIlADUM-: On and alter SUNDAY. NOV. ilth, 187!, trains en the I'eiiu-.ylania Kailiead will arrive and leave the Lancaster and Philadelphia depots as fellows : Kastwake. Leave Arrive Lane'ter l'hilad'a l-2:i" a.m. 3:00 a.m. 1:10 7:00 " .1:20 " 7:10 " 7:30 " 7::t" ' 10:00 " 8:1.". " '.1:10 ' 12:01 r.M 1:20 " 1:2. r.Jt. .1:10 " 2:00 " TrXtt " 3:05 " r.::J0 " 5:20 " 7:20 " :25 " !l50 " Leave Arrive l'liilad'a Lane'ter 12:.-K)A.M. :U0a.?i. 8:00 " 10:05 " 10:10 " 8.00 ' 11:05 " 11:07 " 8:00 " 10:50 " 11:50 " 2:10 r.M 2:15 2:50 " 2-..M r.M. 5:15 " 1:00 ' 7:2C 5:00 ft 7:25 l.:25 " b:50 0:10 " 11.30 " 11:55 " 2.10 a.m. Atlantic Kxprev, Philadelphia Express- libt Line Yerk Aecein. Arrives;.. .. llarrKhurj; Express-, Dillerville Aecein. Arrive, Columbia Accommodation, Frederick Aecein. Arrive--. I'acitic Express, Sunday JVIsi.il Jolinstew 11 Express, Day Express, Ilarri-burs Accoinniedat'n. WSTUA11D. Way l'a---cnjrer, Niagara Express Hanover Accommodation,. Mail Train Ne. l,via Mt.Jey, Mail Train Ne.-.,via Cel'Iiia. Sunday Mail, Fast Line, Frederick Aeeomme hit ion, Dillerville l.eeal.via Mt.Jey Harrisburg Accommedut'ii, Columbia Accommodation. Harrisburr Exprc, I'ittsburj; Express, Cincinnati Express, I'aciiie Express, Pacific Express, east, en Smidav, when lhifj Red, will step at Middletown, Elizabethtewii .Mt. Jey, Landixville, llird-in-llaiid, Lemaii Place, t!ap, Christiana, Parkesbury, Coates Ceates villc, Oakland and Clen Leeh. Vast Line, west, 011 Sunday, when llajfjred. Mill step at IowiiinKewii,CiKiteville. Parkes bur, Mt.Jey, Eli.abetlitewn and Middletown. Hanover Accommodation, west, eenneets at Lancaster with Niagara Express, west, at 10:30, A. M., and will run through te Hanover. Frederick" Accommodation, west, connects at Lincaster, with Fast Line, west, at 2:10 r. m., and will run through te Frederick. CIOIaUMISIA AND PORT DEPOSIT K. K. Trains new run regularly 011 the Columbia and Pert Deposit itailread en the following time : Statiess Northward. Exl''y"9- A,.L''"- A. 31. 1 . M. Pert Deposit 0:30 2:5 Peaehbottem 7:07 3:13 Fite's Eddy 7:20 4:00 McCaU'sFerry T'tfi J:i7 Shenk's Ferry. 7:51 4:41 Safe Harber. 7:57 4:t'.l Celli 111 bia... e:30 5:35 Stations Southward. Ac-coin. Express. a. m. r. m. Columbia 11:00 (!:20 Safe Harber. 11.5G 0:40 r. m . Shenk's Ferry 12:05 0:54 McCaU'sFerry 12:31 7:0!) Fite's Eddy 2:51 7:20 Peaehbottem i;ii 7:32 Pert Deposit 2:15 8:05 EEAIMNG ANU COLUMBIA KAILIIOAI). On and after MONDAY. OCT. Urn, 1H7!, passenger trains will run 011 this read as fol fel lows : a. m. a.m. r.M. 7:30 11:55 0:10 r. sr. 8:01 12:21 6:45 S:1S 12:10 7:03 8:21 12:45 7:OS S:I3 1:02 7:25 0:02 1:13 7:.!0 S):(i3 1:10 7:45 !:1 1:30 7:50 0:15 1:55 8.20 0:27 2:02 H:( 0:33 2:0.5 8:10 0:15 S:20 !l:5S .... 8:3 1 10:05 8:12 0:0;i .... 8:i7 10:17 .... 8:5.5 10:2:1 .... 0:01 10:31 0:12 10:12 .... 0:13 10:50 0:25 Reading, Reinlields, Ephrata, Akren, Litiz, Mauhcim, Lancaster Junction,. Landisvillc, Columbia, Dillerville, Lancaster, King Street, , Harnisli , West Willow, Ilaunigardner, , Peeuea, Kelten New Providence, , Hess, Quarry ville, 5:00 5:10 5:30 5:30 5:45 5:53 (i:02 0:15 0:28 :33 Trains Going North. A. M. 7:50 7:58 8:13 8:27 8:35 8:43 8:40 0:00 0:20 9:33 Quarry ville, Hess, New Providence, Ueften, Peqaea, Baunigarduer, West Willow, Hamisli, King Street, Lancaster, Dillerville Columbia Landisvillc Lancaster .1 unction,. . Manhcim, Litiz, AVkren Ephrata, Keinholdsville, Beading, Trains connect at Beading with trains te and from Philadelphia, Pottsville, Harrisburg, AI AI lentewn and New Yerk. At Columbia with trains te anil from Yerk, Hanover, Gettysburg, Frederick and Baltimore. A. M. WILSON, Supt. MISCISI.LAXHO Uti. "VTOTICE OF CO-PARTNERSHIP. -lA Lacaster, Pa., Jan, 1, lSO. We have this lav admitted William B. Altiek as a member of the firm of D. A. Altick & Sen. Carriage Manufacturers. The business will be carried en under the linn name of D. A. Altick .V. Sens. Thanking our friends and the public for past favors, we ask a continuation of the same for the new firm. Yours; Truly, , ., I). A. ALTICK, jan2-2td S. W. ALTICK. "TVISSOLUTION OF COl'AItTXKKSIIII'. By mutual consent the partnership existing ! between Augustus Rhoads and Jehn F. Reed, , iniuingas ineiirm et "isneails &. Reed," Ne. 13 East King street, has this day been dissolv ed. All persons having claims against said firm will present them immediately ter pay ment, and all these indebted te said lirni wfll make payment te said Augustus Rhoads, who will continue the business at the same place. A. RHOADS, J. F. REED. Jasuart 1. 18SD. Janl-3td LOOKER'S COUGH SYRUP CURES CONSUMPTION. A. 51. 1". sr. r. M. G:H .... 2.35 0:52 .... ill fi:50 2:48 7:11 .... 2:50 7:18 3:05 7:2C .... 3:13 7:32 .... 3:18 7:11 .... 3:20 7:55 .... 3:10 8:05 1:00 3:50 8:08 1:03 3:53 8:00 1:00 3:35 8:30 1:30 4.01 8:30 1:25 4:15 8:40 1:18 4:20 0:00 2:00 4::!0 !):K; 2:18 4:17 0:23 2:25 4:53 9:42 2:4(5 5:1 i 10:05 3:20 5:50 FOR SJJAS. 25 NORTH QUEEN STREET, LANCASTER, Pa. UllV UOOltS. H'ATVIIJJS, .T:ni:T.it; xc. AN ELEGANT SELECTION OF HOLIDAY GIFTS ! GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, DIAMONDS, Cameo Sets, Rings, Bracelets, Solid Silver and Silver-Plated Ware, COLD .SPECTACLES, and everything found in a liist-elass establishment, at the LOWEST CASH PRICES. Make your selections early and have the advantage of a larger selection orgeods. We manufacture all special articles in geld, silver and hair, in our own huihlidg, and can guarantee first-class work and low prices. Special attention given te fitting gla-ses for defective sight. The Arundel Tinted Spectacles Are the Ilest in the World. irs-FiiM-cUs-, Watch and Jewelry Repairing. All watch work guaranteed. Ne trouble te show goods at. SDW. J. ZAHM'S, ZAHM'S CORNER, LANCASTER, PA. JlILLIXJmY sLXlt TMMJIIXO tioevs. OPENING OF NEW GOODS GUNBAKER'S EELQIEEY &TRTWTI& STOKE. LADIES, w'e will open te-day New Novelties in Bennets, Hats, Frames, Plumes, Fancy Wings, Velvets, batins, Xc. We will open te-day an elegant line el P.iac-k and Colored bilk Fringes, New Styles et Silk and Jet Buttens, (jrnanients, .Striped Velvets, Satins, &c. We will open te-day new and beaiitilul lines of Ladies' and Children's He-e in Cashmere and Cotten, Merine Vesis for Ladies and Children in all sizes, Woolen Caps, Ac., geed and cheaper than ever. We will open te-day New Laces, Kuehings, Ties, Scarf-", Kid and LisleThread Cleves, Cor sets in all the best makes and at lowest prices. Ask 10 see our &poeu Ilnst Corset at 50 els. We will open a lull line of Crape Veils. Crape Bennets and Hats. Crape by t.'ie yard, and everything else that Is new, desirable and cheap in Millinery and Trimmings. Call and examine our stock at GUNDAKER'S, 142 and 144 I0RTI QUEM STKEET. 3IJiliIVAL, BROWNING'S Fer COUGHS, COLDS, BRONCHITIS, IIOAKSENESS, TICKLING or DRYNESS of the THROAT, SORE THROAT, COLD in the HEAD, CROUP, INFLU ENZA, WHOOPING COUGH. COLD in the BOWELS, ASTHM.VTIC COUGHS, and RELIEF OF CONSU3IPTIVES. Dr. BROWNING i- a regular graduate ermedicine. askiliful pharmacist, and a thorough chemist. His"C. &. C." (Cough anil Celd) Cordial is net the result of mere chance, but of long scientific research in chemistry and medicine, as is plainly seen by the rapidity or its action ami its unparalleled ellicacy. The expense in its manufacture is at least live times as great as that of any ether medicine upon the maiket, and yet it is sold at the exceedingly low price or 50c. S-Sample bottles (lera short time only) 2.c. W. CHAMPION BROWNING, M. D., Proprietor, 117 ARCH STREET, PHILADELPHIA, PA. di-lydeew&w ijrs- FOR SALE ISY THE PROPRIETOR AND ALL DRUGGISTS. kidxi:y axu zrrj:ii ciniz. WARNER'S SAFE EEIEDIES! WARNER'S SAFE PILLS Arean immediate stimulus fera Ternid Liver cine (,'estivcness, Dyspepsia, Bilieiisiie-'s. Bilious Diarrheea. Malaria, Fever and Ague and are useful at times in nearly all DNeases te cause u freeand regular act ion et the Bowels. The best antidote for all Malarial Poison. These Pills are the discovery of an English army pl.ysiciai. and have been used with the gi-eatcst success among the British troops in India. Thev are enlv manufactured in this country by "II. IL WaO.NER & CO. WARNER'S SAFK NERVINE, skillful nerve doctor in the world, quickly -iiiijiii ii.i v. ......j. ... ...v. i. ... .v., .i.iA;iijr gives rest anil sleep te the suffering, cures Headache aud Neuralgia, prevents Epileptic Fits, and is the best remedy for Nervous Pres- . .1 1.........1.. .... 1.....V..... .I.... .11 I.:. iruiKjii iiitiiiiiA .711 1 i;.n.i;?nn uiiiiiiiiiii.uver uiiiiiiiiiii.uver werk,mental sliocksandethcrcau-es. Itrelieves Hie Pains of all Diseases, and is never injurious te tlie system. The best of all Nervines. Bettles of two sizes ; prices, 50 cents and $1. Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure, Safe Diabetes Cure, Safe Bittern and Safe Tonic are also superior rninedie.., unequalled in their respective fields of disease. Warner's Safe Remedies arc sold by Drug gists and Medicine Dealers generally through out the country. Send for pamphlet and testimonials. II. II. YARNER & CO., Rochester, X. Y. 3 dlG-Tu.Th&SdJfcw JANUARY, 1880. C. & C. CORDIAL, JtAXKIXO. O I Onn ftHnw In 3ft days en SlOO invest I Ol-iUU ed. Oflicial report free. Liku 1 profits weekly en Stock options of $10 te $50. Aiiuress a. i-uixi-.u i luiir.t tje.. Hankers. 35 Wall Street, N. Y. . .- A- ' .... . . ' eSfMydftw t(&inTO C'lfinn INVKSTKI IN WALL I OlU OIUUU Street Stocks makes for- tunes every month. Boek sent tree explaining I ..A'..f'lil..r .lfl.. " BAXTER & CO., Bankers, 7 Wall Street, N. Y. ilI8-Iyd&w '$10 TO (JiCfiri ALL WISHING TO eJI Jl JL make menev in Wall st. should deal with the undersigned. Write ler explanatory circulars, sent free by Ur"iT.TTXTri c. " Bankers and Brokers, HlLitLliS(j & CO., 42 Exchange Place, New Yerk. iel'J-Smdeed MUSICAL IXST11VJIFXTS. CHICKERING PIANOS! 1 would respectfully call the attention et persons wanting a first-class Piane that 1 have been appointed sole agent for Lancaster coun ty, ter Chickeriiig & Sen's Celebrated Pianos, Of Bosten. Mass. Pianos can be seen at mv Organ Manufacturing Warerooms, 3J0 North Queen street. ALEX. McETLLTPS, dec2C-2tdeawdiwtf Lancaster, Pa. AE. McCANN. AUCTIONEER OF HEAL. Estate and Personal Property. Orders left at Ne. 35 Charlette street, or at the Black Herse Hetel, 44 and 46 Xerth Queen street, will receive prompt attention. Bills made out anil attended te without additional cost. e27-ly kt ' -A Efev--..-.. T. Aya. sf--T; l.v ft -' - X.'