Lancaster daily intelligencer. (Lancaster, Pa.) 1864-1928, February 13, 1880, Image 4
f .Vt 3"rtC - . . t 71r.j?asi5s:J x-i i-rLiK , .. ;.j-j . l-s -s .. - gucastec jmtelligeucet. FRIDAY EVENING. FEB. 13, 1880. ' ' ' t " j,,"'"""""?g---'' "" '" "-" " i ...., r. .. .. VK TMiti JiAtflJili. ....... r ........... .,.,.... Lancaster teitt WaaSttfdis. MbAYEfeMMria, ustt DRY GOODS. LIFE'S WEST WISMOWS. Wc stand at life's west windows. And think or tiic days that arc gene : Remembering the coming sunset, Wc tee must rcincinlicr the morn : But the bun will set the day will close, And an end will come te all our woes. As wc watch from the webtern casement-. Reviewing our happy youth, Wc mourn ler its vanished premise Of honor, ambition and truth ; Uut hope u ill fall and pride decay. When we think hew seen we niu-d away. Wc stand at life's west windows, And turn net badly away. Te watch en the children'-, faces But our sun must set, our lip- grew dumb. And te leek Jieiu our window our children come. Still looking from lile's iM indew: And we knew we would net again Loek forth from the ea-teui latthv. And live ever life'- pain ; Through life's sunn-et'f luilli.tut ' it- -un-et Is sweet. Since it biiiis longed tei ivt te e-it ejh feet. Count Kumierd. N. e. ru-.i uin Men-. r.iul de Keutxiv:. i1e;a:.v.w of that M-.uhune tie Uewxm:. tuw wilm: have Knmi l.telj puKuiuNt. v.; Ixx- nun ihictiea te the . jvV e .- vvxwxxxMt llximterxt. who - iw S""-"5 A' ' '.'u nor juttv sti l) the Ucmxixtv rhi- SOtitlem.in. M. ile Kciux5v.u iii-erxlv :x :x German mv.ihi, u at le.x-t iviumetvial j man with Ie.uuns te ieikv. a iuexe.1 i the fact that he imonteil a .tee ami a theimeiueter. It is hi thi- waj that a wiitcr. who eui;ht te he well iiil'eiined. tliMiiis-e-s one of the inet distinguished ineu of his times a man whose inline ranks in hciuucu beside the mines of Davy and Farraday, and who has claims te he considered the founder of that ;rcat law of the lnesistcnec and equivalence of forces which is the basis of modern physical philosophy. It is rather remarkable that M. dc Hcnuisat speaks of this eminent man as Mr. Kuniferd. In fact he wak net Mr. Itumferd, but Count Itiiinfeiil. His name was Bcniamin Thomp son. He was net a German savant. He was a native of Salem, Mass., and, therefore, an Ameiican. His title was conferred en him iu recognition of his distinguished services te the government of Uararia. Fer these services he was raised successively te the rank of major general in the army, mem ber of the council of state, lieutenant gen eral, commander-in-chief of the general staff, minister of war, and count of the holy Human empiie. His title was taken from the name of the town in New Hamp shire (new Concord) where he lived dur ing his early life. At a later period of his life he was head of the council of regency of Bavaria, in the absence r tiu lneter. Te sneak of such a man as if he wcic a mere commer cial traveler, with a smattering of science, seems little less than ahsuid. Te show the versatility, the energy and the intelligence of the man, a very brief sum mary of a few of his many achievements will suilice. He reorganized the entire military establishment of Bavaria, and in troduced a simpler cede of tactics, and a system of elder, economy and discipline, lie successfully suppressed beggary thiougheut the country at that time a very laborious enterprise. He established a military school ; improved the breed of horses, and cenvcitccl an old hunting ground near Munich into a magnificent park, where the inhabitants erected the statue in his honor which new stands with in the grounds. He cured the great evil of smoky chimneys in England and established the leading principles en which fire-places and grates for coal are still constructed. He made great im provements in artillery, and made many important discoveries in the science of heat and litrht. It was while supciintend- ing the boring of a cannon at Munich that he made the famous experiment by which he demonstrated the mechanical relation existing between beat and force, or ar rested motion, which is the basis of all modern investigation of the subject, and en which is founded, as we have said, the law of persistence of feice, as it is called by Herbert Spencer, and from which is built up the grand doctrine of develop ment and evolution. It was reserved ler Mayer, the profound philosopher of llelibrunn, te demonstrate mathematically and te express quantitatively the law of the michanical equivalent of heat, and for Joule, of Manchester, te prove it cxpeii incntallv : but the doctrine was lirt sug gested by Thompson's line experiment. Finally, in ail'cctienate remembrance of his own country, from which the jealousy of envious rivals baa forced him te flee dur ing the war of the Revolution, he instituted a prize for discoveries in light and heat, te be awarded by the American academy of sciences, and he bequeathed te Harvard University the funds with which was founded its professorship of the application of science te the art of living. NOW IS THE TIME TO SAVE MONEY BY BUYING SHEETIM AID SHIRTING IUSLINS! TICKINGS, CHECKS, TABLE LINENS, &C. reh THE T.AOIKS. C AED TO LADIES ! thev will ceitainly advance in price still nioie. We are new offering COTTON AND LINEN GOODS i-aii be bought te-day. u, l.iv., :m immense stock and are prepared te offer Bargains in every Department. In iiiiiii ""'V.'.."v."1"::1".,m ci.iirru flirui1 VV. I. A-., wn nr iirtWimr (irnh Inducements tO X'Ur- AC Iv C ASH M i:il K8. 11 1 1 1. 1 , e a , -;..," TT, ti' VrZZn77n;a-xlLH Careets. stecKeu wiui v" ""'""'" """J, "- "XT'"' i,..."7," tF1i ...l Ct.et; iieay auu lapesiry uiusseis. n.i " "-" examination. Cheaper than can be BLACK SILKS. 11L JL .' IV iMIillli 1W lilt 11' fSK hh rT E t:e Tngr i s. l,.,mask and Venitian Hall and Stair Carpets, Bec riK1:i!lu'S stock of Hag Carrots in the city at the lowest prices. Uc invite IHSTDEEWEAE EOOMS. Grand Depot, - - - Jehn Wanamaker. PHILADELPHIA. LANCASTEK AMI .MlI.l.rKSVll.I.i: K. V. Cars run its fellows : Leave Lunc-aster (i. i:. In-pet). ut T. a, 11:1.1 llUWiu m., iiml '2, 4. t! and feiW K hi., uxcept en Saturday, when tin: lust c-.ir leaves :it jw p. in. Leave MUIersville (lower rnd) ut3, S, uud a. SI., mid 1, :i, 5 and 7 p. in. Ciira run daily en above time except en sun day. T EN SSYLVA N I A JL SCHKOUI.K On It A1I.IIOAI) N SW and uller UN"I.. NOV. tnli, 1S7U. ti-.iins en the lYiin-ylxau'r. KailrtHtd will arrive mid leave the Luucusti tind Phlliidelpliiu depots as follews: Uastwahe. I.titvt I.aue'tei Ariiv,' l'liilud'a GTVLEE, BOWEES & HUBST, 25 EAST KING STREET. ren KKST. FOR RENT. A VERY OKSIRABLKTI1UEE.STOKY BRICK DWELLING HOUSE, ONE ROOM BEING A STORE-ROOM, Het and Celd Water, Bath, Gas, Bange. Alse, GOOD BRICK STABLE, ind Curiae Heuse, almost in rear of Dwelliug, situate en the southeast corner of North Mulberry and ,111(1 t.lHl.t liuuw., "' " -n..i.' i.i 1V,.lrl cnll , ATxh'inrrA for mtv nrenertv. Immediate poscssien ei neuse. ncui reuiwuw. ,,,.. v... . rf -- BAUSMAN & BURNS, REAL ESTATE AGENTS, 10 WEST OBANGE STREET. The delicate and rare styles of Underwear we are new showing merit mere than passing notice. "With the improved assortment of fine lace-trimmed goods, finished with rare silk and niceness, we introduce THE CONTENT WORK and pretty things made in the suburbs of Paris, and en the Swiss border line by the peasants in the small homes, in the same way as shawls are made. These who have traveled will remember the exquisite handiwork they have found in the cottages of the peasants. A peculiarly desirable article in UNMADE DRAWERS, Being simply the patterns, embroidered by hand in elegant styles, and ready for making up. We certainly have new THE PERFECTION OF UNDERWEAR. Moderate prices are as noticeable as the refined character of the goods. "We have a full stock of Atlantic Express I'hiladtdphU K.xjm-s- Fast Line Yerk Aceeni. Arrives; lliirrislinrg Express Dillervillu Aceeni. Arrive. Columbia Accommodation. Frederick Aeeem. Arrives. Pacific Express, Sunday Mull, Johnsten n Express, Day Eine&s UnrrUliurg Acconuuedut'n. liri-, a.m. 4:1(1 5:J) " I'!?- " 7:Ti " S:4.- ' l':ti) lrie " l:i" v.m iitt - :i:it " .ir-t) " C:i" " :t:(WA.M. 7:1M " 7:W ' ! 10:00 ' liiil V.-a .?:ti) "' ;:(HI - r::w Westwaiid. i Leave i lMiiliul'i Way l'as-enger, 12J3 a.m. Niagara Exprev .w " Hanover Aceoiiiiiiedatioii,.i Mail Train Xe.l.via .Mt.Jey,' S.im " Mail Train Xe.2,vi.i Cel'lua. Minday Mail , S:ii " Fast Line 'H:0 " Fivderii-k Aecoiniiieilation, IMUcrville l.ecalA i.i.Mt.Jev, HuriNliiir Aceoiiiuiedat'ii,! -:"'1, I--M-Celuuihiii Aecoiniiieilation,! .'" " llarri'.liui Exprc-., I frtie " litt.ljiirs Epu '"- ' (Jiuciiiuati Express ' J:U " l'aeille Express U:.V ' Aine Imc'lci fi.t A.M I:(C. HC1. ll:c". - ll:i7 ' lu:rfi i:li l-.M il." -':.ii .":!.". " -:.x ii.:j iie.x.ti INFASTS' SLIPS, INFANTS' DRESSES, INFAKTS SKIRTS, INFANTS' SKIRTS, INFANTS' ROBES, INFANTS' SHIRTS, IX FLANNEL, IN CAMBRICS. Fer 4 1 lerses West Lemen street. Apily te "OK SALE Olt ItUXl. S1 TOKfJ Oueen stieet W. Apply at fdl KOOM. FOB ICtSNT, N. rosbessien given 114 N. Januarv JtlCY GOODS. d'J-tfil Xe. 112 North Queen Street. I7011 KKNT 1 Union Hetel, East Chestnut street, oppe- :n: jlG-ttd Mn Pitnn'ti llflirtl AlllllV lit 111!1 7,.... . .... .. 1V" ;,T -v.,.,; ,imi swvir-l. l.MKliUljr..Ml,.u ut i ;' 170K KENT. Twe looms, Xe. iSi North (Jiieen street, suitable for phote-jniplfgallery, new occupied lv.l S. Saiiiinan. Aiuily te ...... d.ctf.l TlfOS. UAUMOARUNEi:. EXTRAORDINARY SALES Either Embroidered or Plain Night Dresses, and all the little things wanted in a Baby's "Wardrobe. Underwear made te order by our own werkladies, when desired. JOHN WANAMAKER, GRAND DEPOT, 13th ST. PHILADELPHIA. I'acilic Ex pie.-.. eaM.en .-.iitnlav, w lieu inu; Kil, will step at Middletown. Eliiiln-lhtewii. Mt. Jey, LandisTille, I'.iid-in-Haiiil, I.t-mtn. riace. l.'up, Christ Ianii. 1'ail.c-lMirj;. (imk ville, Oakland and l.leu l.ecli. Fust Line, e-.t, en Snndav, w lieu ll.."i .1 will step at low niiiKtown.Ce!tti ille. I'm hi bmtr, Mt. Jey, Elizahethtew n and MiddMew n. Hanover Accouiineilatiiui, ui-.t,ci)iinci ts a: IjincasterwilliXiaara Exprc-s. west. at lr::.n. a. m., and w ill run through le ll.iinncr. Frederick Aecoiniiieilation. wf-t.i-eiiiu-i t--:!t Lancaster, with Fast Line. west, at -.'ilit i-. m.. and will run through te Kiedenek. CIOI.UMIUA ANW 1'OKT UEI'OSIT K. If Trains new run lcmilarlven thcCelun-lii.i ind Tort time: Dejiesit Itailiead en the Inllnwiii bTATiexd North vai:i. Pert Deposit.... I'liichbotteiu.... Fite's Eddy. McCall's Ferry. Shenk's Ferry.. Safe Harber..... Columbia Expn-ss. A. M. 7.07 7:Ji 7:.! I 7:M 7:."7 s::ai Al'l IMll. r. ii. J:". :;:i; l.'ll J:i7 1:11 1:1!) -0F- I.OK SAI.K. A twelve te fittecn horsepower engine and boiler. Alse a layc planer, almost new; a small lloeriux und niiitcliin machine, and a tcnctiiiKund power mertisiiiK machine. Address 1'HILIP LlTllZELTEK, Easle 3peke and llendiiif; AV erks, nevlO-ttd&w Lancaster, Pa. 1 HKK ritOOF SAFK FOR SALK. 4 A Fire Proof Safe (Slesler, Uaknian & Ce., Cincinnati make), 34 inches high, wi,'u lI,l 'Jl deep, weight 1.200 pound-, with Sargent s Patent Xightand Day Couibinatien Leck, ler Apply at the -.ili r.llen.l hui-i-tlill lx'TELLIUEXCElt OFFICE. T70K KENT. . . A one-story Frame Heuse, en Christian Bt-eet, below Chestnut street; 11 three-story urick Heuse, en North Duke street, between Chestnut and Walnut. Applv at ,., jlll-lld THIS OFFICE. VJilSTISG ASD 11ISDISO. PBINTIHG & BINDING Ktdins and Housekeeping Goods AT THE NEW YORK STORE. 35 CASES AND BALES OP MUSLINS AND SHEETINGS, Selling by the piece or yard at less than Manufacturer's Pi ices. Special F.argains in MARSEILLES QUILTS, TABLE LINENS, TOWELS AND TOWELINGS. WATT, SHARD I THOMPSOK, 20 & 22 EAST KING STREET. JOIUjIKEST AND TJtlMSTLXO GOODS. OPENING OF NEW GOODS -AT- QUNDAKBKS ULLHERY &TRDO0M STORE, Stations-Seuthwako. Aa''"'."" I:V."m""' Columbia II-.iki i;:-J Sale Harber. 11..V. i;:l'. 1". M. Shenk's Ferrv lift". i-."d McCall's Feriy li:::i 7:i' Fite's Eddy lJ:.-il 7:--t Peachbottem 1:11 7:- Pert Deposit 2: 1.1 s- K le EAI)1N(J AMI COMIIIiniA KAII.ttO On and afler MONDAY. OCT. Km. i issenger trains will run en Ibis toad a- I. ews : Trains (Jeiko Seuth. AT THE SAME PRICE. Having pm chased .the exclusive right et Lancaster city and county tenmnufacture and Use KcyiieIuVs Metallic Stationery and Heek Binder, A Cress Baby. Nothing is se conducive te a man's remain ing 11 bachelor as stepping for one night at the house et 11 married friend and being kept awake for five or six hours by the 'crying ei a cress babv. All cress mid crying babies need only Hnp'Uittcra te make them well and smil ing. Yeung man leuieinber this. Ed. Frem the Hanks of tlie Hudsen. NEwnunn, N. Y., Oct. -20, lb7!. II. II. WABXKR& Ce., neciiKsTun, N. Y. Uev tlkmkx: "A ludv el ever seventy years et uge, in tailing healtli ler ever 11 year, has been using Warner's Sate Hitters en my recommen dation. She feels verv gratelul for the benefit she has derived therefrem, anil says that until she used it her stomach could bear no vege table feed for ever three years. 1 belicTe it te be a certain fepecilic for dyspepsia. ti4-iwd&w ' T. Jeslvx, M. P. DJIY GOODS. I7BOM NEW YORK SHERIFF'S SALE THIRTEEN HUNDRED DAMASK TOWELS. ALSO ULGACHEU AND VMILKAVUEI) TABLE LINENS. Alse, 10-4 Handsome Figured.Linen CRUMB CLOTHS, FROM SAME SALE, AT JAOBSTOCK'S, Next Doer te the Court Uoiise. C1IZ1YA AND GLASSirAItE. THE ONLY DEVICE GIVING ENTIRE SAT ISFACTION, we are new prepared te furnish Check Beeks, Letter Heads, Nete Heads, State ments, Kill Heads, all sizes, Notes of all kinds, Contract Kooks, Receipt Kooks, Order Kooks, and, in fact any kind et werkn which binding is necessary printed en the very best paper at liie lowest ugures. 1 This invention, lerthe use et which wc have obtained the sole right in Lancister city and county, enables us te bind the above named or any ether kind ofblankandmemerandabooks at the cost el printing alone, and in a style that ler neatness and durability is net equalled by any ether device of a similar character. Dur ing the time that Reynolds' Metallic Station ery and Koek Kinder has been before the pub lie it has acquired a high reputation among printers and ethers who have had occasion te make use of it. for the extreme simplicity of its construction and the case and accuracy el its operation, while business men and ethers w hose experience enables them te speak where of they knew pronounce its work te be super ior in the essential points et cheapness, con- enience and durability te that of the old pre cess, and we are willing te give our patrons a guarantee of the peilcctly suti-dactery char acter of its weik. Specimens et Kinding may be seen at the Ix Ix tklmeem'KK eflicc, and all persons desiring a neat mid substantial piece of work iu this Hue are invited te call and Inspect the numerous advantages we have te otter, and which enable us te turn out Geed and Durable Werk at prices low er than any ether printlngcstnblish meut iu the city. ltd 1880. COTTONS AND LINENS ! COTTONS AND LINENS ! HAGER & BROTHER Are etTcring ut less than present ralue Large Lines of KLEACHED AND UNBLEACHED MUSLINS, BLEACHED AND UNBLEACHED SHEETINGS, TABLE LINENS AND NAPKINS,' LINEN TOWELS AND TOWELINGS, TURKEY' KED DAMASKS, MARSEILLES AND CROCHET QUILTS, BLANKETS, TICKINGS. CHECKS, PRINTS AND GINGHAMS. The above .'oeds were nnrchascd several months since in anticipation of an udvancc and bJ seVd while tlicyHt t low prices. We Invite the special attention of housekeepers HAGER & BROTHER. LADIES, we will open te-day New Novelties in Kennets. HaU, Frames, Plumes, Fancy Wings, Velvets, Satins, Ac. We will open te-day an elegant line et Black and Colored Silk Fringes, New Styles el Silk mid Jet Buttens, Ornaments, Striped Velvets, Satins, Ac. Cashmeie , geed and We will open te-day new and beautiful lines of Ladies' and Children's Hese in anil Cotten Merine Vests for Ladies and Children in all sizes. Woolen Caps, &c. cheaper than ever. We will open te-day New Laces, Hurtling, Ties, hearts. Kid and LisleThread Gloves, Cor sets in all the best makes and at lowest prices. Ask te see our Speen Bust Corset at eO cts. We will open a full Hue et Crape Veils, Crape Bennets and Hats. Crape by the yard, and everything else that Is new, desirable und cheap in Millinery and Trimmings. Call and examine our stock at GUNDAKER'S, 142 and 144 BETH Q TJEBH" STREET. Reading, Keinhelils, Knln-.itu, Akren, Litiz Mauheiin, Lancaster Junction,.. Landisville, Columbia, Dlllerville, Lancaster, King Street, Harnisb West Willow, Kaunigarilner, I'equca, Helten, New l'revidencc, uarryville a.m. j a.m. v.m. . 7:.!0 11 :"". t;:ln r. v. i ttOI 1-Jril I !" s:ls i2:ii i 7:n; :-H li:l." i 7:i s S:l:l i-j ' 7:JT. '.ua 1:1" 7::!; '..(.", l:lii 7:!" J: IB :: 7:"'i ".l:!."! lV. s:J) ' Itr27 i-M .:': i '. J:(."i :Iu !t:l"i trJ t:.rs :::i K dO :V2 Iiur.i b:J7 10:17 .... H:.V inss: .:IH :i::54 .... !i:l2 10: 11 U:l'. lOiie :irr ii .: : l ii irl ii-r. ICJ.S Tiiains Geiko Neinu. WATCnUS, JEWELltr, &c. VmiTIXG IXKS, &c. u: SE T11E BEST. will lie and ethers. J. B. MAETIN & CO. EDW. J. ZAHM, Jeweler, Zahm's Cerner, DEALER IN Lancaster, Pa., A. M. 1. M. I". M. :::: i s;i -l::,:t .... :i:ii." i:l.! .... ' :i:Is .... i :trji; . :::ii I:(xi :!:." l:e:i I ::.-:: V.m :;:." ism 4.i n lrr. 4:i: l:is tr.M J:a i 4:: . i:ls 1:17 J:i-( 4:X:i J:li; r.:ll :;:-ii I rnvi i;- a. . s.iy 'JJfj !ir-V -:e:- HOUSEKEEPING GOODS OF ALL KINDS. Carpels Papers Queen HAERISON'S CELEBRATED WRITING INKS, FLUIDS AND MUCILAGE. Give them a trial. Ask yenr stationer for them and take noether. jWSPECIAL RATES ler inks In bulk for Schools and Colleges. ITAJiJtlSOX 3TAi'VFACTUItISG CO., 512 Broadway, New Yerk. I'leasc mention this paper. !cb5-lmd&w IIAS. IUUMMER. Removed te Ne. 4 AVest King street, lirsl fleer, Rhoud Bre.'s new building. 127-lmd I CRAYON PORTRAITS, SIGNS. MARBLE WORKS. rHlNA UALL. GLASS AND QUEENSWARE Still sold at REDUCED PRICES te save mov ing. BARGAINS! BARGAINS!! AT HIGH & MARTIN'S, Ne. 8 East King Street. we p. frahjEY's MONUMENT AIi MARBLE WORKS 758 Nerm yuecn Street, Lancaster, Fa. MONUMENTS, HEAD AND FOOT STONES, GARDEN STATUARY, . CEMETERY LOTS ENCLOSED, &c AH work guaranteed and satisfaction given iu every particular. H. i5. uememuer, worjesui iuu eui;uii: u of North Queen street. m301 M AKCUS . SEHNKK, HOUSE CAEPENT.be, Ne. 120 North Prince street. Prompt and particular attention paid te al sW-lyd FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, MATTLXG, WINDOW SHADES, FEATHERS, MUSLIXS, SHEETINGS, TICKINGS, TABLE LINEN'S AND NAPKINS. .3-Wc offer ii Large stock of Goods at VERY LOW PRICES. J. B. MARTIN & CO. MEDICAL, BROWNING'S C. & C. CORDIAL, Fer COUGHS, COLDS, BRONCHITIS, HOARSENESS, TICKLING or DRYNESS of the THROAT, SORE THROAT, COLD in the HEAD, CROUP, INFLU ENZA, WHOOPING COUGH, COLD in the BOWELS, ASTHMATIC COUGHS, and RELIEF OF CONSUMPTIVES. Dr. BROWNING Ii a regular graduate of medicine, a skillful pharmacist, and a thorough chemist HU "C & C." (Cough and 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 of its action and Its unDaralleled efficacy. The expense In Its manufacture Is at least five times as great as that of anv ether medicine upon the market, and yet It is sold at the exceedingly low price of 50c. JtS-'SainpIe bottles (for a short time only) 25c. W. CHAMPION .BROWNING, M. D., Proprietor, 117 AROH STREET, PHILADELPHIA, PA. d-lydeew&w Bh FOB SALE BT THE PKOPBIETOB AND ALL DRUGGISTS. A. E. McCANN, AUCTIONEER Og.BBAI. Estate and Persen! PjrepeW:TME?e left at Ne. 8S Charlette street, or. ap.tne f""0 Herse Hetel, 44 ana 40 flerut ween sireei, wiu receive prompt attention. .Bill made out an attended te without additional cot. eMy OCHER'S COUGH SYRUP IS THE BEST JBA2YKHTG. TO ynsawa 10 WK-inTJUl 81. dealwm.th4lSS6raten Ai-nlaiuikSi-T 'IreHlaBB.' Beat free ' inCKLTNG & C0.,TlxSapte New Yerk. lelMmdeed AMERICAN & FOREIGN WATCHES, Sterlinj; Silver and Silvcr-PInted Ware, Clocks, Jewelry aid Mel TinteH Siectades. We etTer our patrons the benefit of our long experience in business, by which we aie able te aid them in making the best use of their money In any department of our busine-. We manufacture a large part of the goods we sell, and buy only lrem First-Class Houses. Every article sold accompanied with a bill stating its quality. .First-Class Watch and General Repairing given -pecial attention. ZAHM'S CORNER. LANCASTER, PA. ARCTIC SHOES. .. CANDEE " BACK STRAP ARCTIC. Great Improvement Over Common Arctics. Easier te Buckle ; exclude wet and snow mere perfectly ; neater in appearance : bet ter iittinjr : extra heavy sole, eivine double service. 1 ry one en and you will never wear any ether. Sold by (Juurryville, 'Jt" -."- T..M He-s ;:."- "ill 7:. New Providence ;:."' ' -:l- "d:! Kcften, 7:11 Periuesi. 7:1S l:auiiirariliH-r, 7ri West Willow, 7::ti Harnish, 7:11 King Street, TSCi Lancaster, H:0." Dlllerville : Columbia. S:w Landisville, H::a Lancaster J unctie 8::M) Manheim, M:l'.i Litiz '.i:l)0 Akren, '.:l' Kpbnila, 'Mil RelnheliNville, 'Xl- Reailing, l'i:i" Trains connect at Keadiug with train- te .mil from l'hilailclphi.i, l'eltsville, llarri-.biiir;, AI AI lcntewn and New Yerk. At Columbia uitli trains te and fiem Yerk, Hanover, tlettjburg. Frederick and ltaltiineie. A. M. WILSON, Nip:. r OCAL .1IA1L AKKANOIIJIKNTS. HOURS FOR CLOSING THE MAILS. BY RAILROAD. New Yeiik tukoueu mail. 7:00 a in, 12:30 p m, 4:4j p m and 11S3J p in. Way Mail, cast, "n m. Goudenville, Downingtown, Lcunaii Place, Gap l p m. Philadelphia, through mail, 7 and ! a in. 12:50, 4:45 and 1I-J0 p in. PrrrSBnneii ami west, 1:30 ami 11:30 p in. Hauiusiil'KO Mail, 10 a in, 1:30, 5:15 and !l:7p m. Wat Mail, west, 10 a in. Haltimekk ai Washington, via Philadel phia, 4:50 pin. Baltimore and Wasiunoten, via Yeik, li: p m. Ualtimere and Washinotes, via II:irrI-lmt. 11:30 p in. Coatesville, 4:45 p ill. Columbia, 10 a in, 1:30 and 5:15 p in. Yerk and Yekk way, l::aand ll:30p in. NeicriiEitx Centkal, 10a in. 1:30 and II-.J0pm. 1Ceadi.ne. via Reading and Columbia i: I:, 7:r.O a in and 12:30 j m. Readine. via Harrisburg, 5:15 and ll:3pu. Ruadine way, via .luiietieii, Liti, Muiiheiiii, East Heuiptleld and Ephruta, 3 p in. Quariixville, Cumurge, Kefteii, NevPioi NevPiei dencc. West Willow. Liine Valley and Mai tin ville, 0:30 :i m, and 1:M p in. New Helland, Cliurchtewn, Gn-e'iliain., Dine Rail, Geedville, ISeartewn, by v.r i Downingtown, at 7 a in ami p iu. Safe Harber, via Celuuibiu. 10 a m. BY STAGE Millersville and M.icku. iter. t Sate Harber, daily, at 2:30 p in. Te Millersville, 8 anil 11 a m, and I p m. Binklej's Bridge, Leacock, Barevilh-, Xev. Xev. Helland, 2:30 p m. Willow Street, Sinithville, Buck, CliiMnut Level, Green, Peters Creek, IMi-a-uit i.re. Iteck Springs. Fuinneuut and Ren lanusv iil. , Mil, daily, at 7 a m. Landls Valley, Oiegen. Wet Karl, laini-r-ville, Hinkletewii, Tene Hill, Martui.l.ue daily, nt2:30 ii in. Fertility, Lampeter and Wheatland Mill. : airusuiirg, i.iny, in p ni. Greenland and beudersbiirg. daily, at 4 p in.. V.itVtllli. iImiK- .if 4 II ill. v,.w li:m'vill.- Conetegn. Marticvilie. C. le C. A. REECE, 26 EAST KING ST. Ich2-lmd CARRIAGES, 1'IIAETOXS. Jtc SLEIGHS ! SLEIGHS ! SLEIGHS ! We liave new in stock a large let et Sleighs, consisting et PON Y ALBANYS. TWO FINE PORTLAND AND FOUR-PASSENGER SLEIGHS, By STREIT LOCKWOOD. SLKIUH et 'Peuahkecnsie. X. Y. One Fine Four-Passenger POKTLaND TRIMMED AND UNTKIMMKDJ PORTLAND CUTTERS. ALBANY CUTTERS, Finished in the highest style and sold at one-halt the usual price. Alse, a line let et Buggies and Carriages of our own make and celebrated city makers. One Fine Second-hand EXTENSION PHAETON, By Brewster, one by Gregg A Bowe, and a variety et ethers, second-hand. All te be eid at half their value. S. E. BAILY & Ce., 430 & 432 North (Been aad 431 & 433 Market Streets, Lancaster, Pa. eclS-lyd te Paradise BelI.e-, . manville. Mount Nebo. Raw liii-ville. B and Liberty Squai.-. daily, at 2:: p in. wilW ill'KX FOlt DELI v l.ll ARRIVING BY RAIL. Kihtern mail, 7 a n . 10:45 a in. 3 anl :: P ni. Eastern wav mail, le-.4. a in. Western mail, 7 and 10 a in, 2 ami ;..) p m. Reading, via Reading and Columbia. 2S3I p Western way mail, 8 a in. Reading wav mail, 10:30a in. ARRIVING"BY STAGE. Frem Sar- iliibei ami Millersville, at 0 a in. daily. Frem Millersville, 7 and Vain. and 4 p in. Frem New Helland, at 1):30 a ut. daily. Frem Rowlandsville, Mil. at 2:30 p m. Reading wav mail, at HKB1 it in. dally. Frem Stra-slJiirg, at 'JiW a in, daily. Frem ParadNc te Ijinc-a-tir. Ufa in. dai! Frem Nensville. at 1 p m. daily. Frem Rawlinsville.at II a in. DELIVERIES BY CARRIER. There are four mail dclhrrie- 1 l-ttrrf-ai riei-s each day, and en tlnir return tnp thev take up the mail matter deposited in the letter boxes. , .. Fer the lir-t deliverv theirrier Iie the elliee at teiO a mr second delueiyat '"niu: third delivery at II am; leurthdelieryat. p iu. SUNDAY PO.TOFFICE IIOI'R.-. On Sunday the im-tetllce i- "Men lrem ; i 1 ltoOeteberl.lioiiiStonam.aii.Ilroiii i. le . pm; from October 1 toApidl.fieiii 'J te in a in. and from ! te 7 l in. J-.DVCA TIOXAL. riMlK AUADE.MV COXXECTED AV1T11 JL Franklin and Marshall College otters mi perier advantages te young men ami bej . who ill Ire either te prepare forcellege or te obtain a thorough academic education, student-, re ceived at any time during the school year send for cil culars. Addre-s REV. JAMES CRAWFORD, ectll-lvd Lancaster. I'a. CUAS.R.BXIJJK. Attorney-at-Law, Ne. 15 North Duke street, Lancaster, Pa. All kinds of Conveyances promptly drawn. marl3-lyd&w 4 Jigs?, 4 5 y tend ion and repaiir.