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I" """IJ.1 ' L ' ' i.i ninii in m ii. i iiii i ii 111 mi , - ,-t . v. "W TvV5 -t J : V - 1? T & -'cy. J--." - -fcr'Jil 1'ipxryTjyi- ',""" ' 7" TTfT . II'MI l I IBIHW t'ni tiM nn 1 uj iiiiyp V it" ' t fwtfa: 1 . ,v -... Volume XVI-Ne. 170. LANCASTER, PA., FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1880. Price Twe Cents. ' .. ' :'rir lb TERMS. THE DAILYINTELLIGENOER, PUBLISHED XVKBY KYBHIHO, BY STEINMAN & HENSEL, Intelligencer Vtdldfng, Southwest Cerner of Centre Square. Thk Daily Intelligences Is furnished te subscribers in the City of Lancaster and sur rounding towns, accessible by 1 tail read and Daily Stage Lines ut Ten Cents Per Week, payable te the Carriers, weekly. By Mail, $5 a yi-ur in advunce : otherwise, $0. Entered at the pest office ut Lancaster, Pa., as second class mail matter. irThe STEAM JOB PRINTING DKPAUT DKPAUT MKNTet this establishment possesses unsur puwd lacilitles ler the execution of all kinds of Plain and Kancv Printing. COAL. ' B. II. MARTIN, Wlielesiilc and lietail Dealer in all kinds of LUMBKlt AND COAL. 3-Yard : Ne. 420 North Water ami Prince streets, above Lemen, Lancaster. n3-lyd COAL rCOAL! COAL! COAL! Ceal of the Kettt yuality put up expressly ler lamily use, and at the low est market prices. TKY A SAMPLE TON. 2- VAItU 150 SOUTH WATER ST. ifl-Iyd PHILIP SCIIUM, SON & CO. JUST RECEIVED A FINK LOT OF ISALED HAY AND STRAW, at M. F. STEIGERWALT & SON'S, nuALKita in FLOUR, GRAIN AND COAL, 231 NORTH WATER STREET. i-Westerii Fleur a Specialty. s27-lyd COHO & WILEY, J.W SOUTH WATER ST., Lnnra.itcr, l'a., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in LUMBER AND COAL. Alse, Contractors and lluilders. INtiiuatiM made and contracts undertaken en all kinds el buildings. Brunch Olllce : Ne. 3 NORTH DUKE ST. feb'JS-lyd COAL! - - - COAL!! JO TO GORRECHT & CO., I-or Geed and Cheap Ceal. Yard Harrisburg Pike. Olllce 20 East Chestnut Street. P. W. GOKRECHT, Agt J. B. Rl LEY. e9-lyd W. A. KELLER. "V"Of ICE TO THE PUBLIC. G. SENER & SONS. Will continue te sell only G EX UTXE L FKEXS VALLEY and WILKESBARRE GOALS which arc the best in the market, and sell as LOW as the LOWEST, and net, only GUAR ANTEE FULLWEIGHT, butallew te WEIGH ON ANY scale in geed order. Alse Rough and Dressed Lumber, Sash Deers, Blinds, &c.,at Lewest Market Prices. Olllce and yard northeast corner Prince and Walnut streets, Lancaster, Pa. ianl-tfd JJRV GOODS. SPECIAL BARGAINS IN NEW STYLB LAWNS. Opcucn this day one case et 3,000 Yards of Lawns, te be sold at the Lew Price of 10 cb per yard. Purchasers can avc at Ieast5 cents per ynrd by anticipating their wants ter the coining Warm Weather, and buying these goods new, "fahiesteck's, Next Doer te t lie Court Heuse. piAKD TO THE LADIES! Just received a Fine Line of DRY GOODS, Philip Sclmni, Seu & Ce.'s, 38 & 40 WEST KING STREETS. Having added in connection with our Large Stock et Carpets. Yarns, Ac, A FINE LINE OF DRY GOODS, such as CALICOES, BLEACH ED AND UNBLEACHED MUSLINS, TICK INGS, COTTON FLANNELS. CASHMERES, BLACK ALPACAS, SHEETINGS, NEW STYLE OF SHIRTING, NEW STYLE DIIKSS GOODS. TABLE LINENS. NAPKINS, TOWELS, &c, which we are selling at MODERATE PRICES. m4-3ttid ROOT! ASH SHOES. 17 4 CT BGGTS. SHOES AND LASTS lixO JL made en a new principle, insur ing comfort for the feet, "I')vfT,C! Lasts niadu te order. JJvJUlO MILLER, tebl4-tfd 1S3 East King street. c CIRCUMSTANCES WILL NOT PERMIT TO ADVEI5TISE A REDUCTION I PRICES, but we will de the next thing te it, viz : We will call the attention of our friends and customers te the fact that we have en hand a very Large Stock of BOOTS AND SHOES, purchased beiere the late ADVANCE, which we will sell at Strictly Old Prices. 2GIvc us a call. A. ADLER, 43 WEST KING STREET MARBLE WORKS. WM. P. FRATLBY'S MONUMENTAL MARBLE "WORKS 758 Nerm y ueeu Street, Lancaster, Fa. MONUMENTS, HEAD AND FOOT STONES. GARDEN STATUARY, ' CEMETERY LOTS ENCLOSED, &c All work guaranteed and satisfaction given n every particular. N. B. Remember, works at the extreme end of North Queen street. mSOl CLOTHING. NEW GOODS FOI'. SPEHG & SUMER We arc new prepared te show the public one of the largest stocks of READYMADE CLOTHING ever exhibited In the city of Lancaster. Geed Working Suits for men $G.00. Geed Styles Casslmere Suits for men $7.50. Our All Weel Men's Suits that we are selling ler $!MK) are as geed as you can buy elsewhere for $12.00. Our stock of Overcoats are immense. All grades and every variety of styles and colors, for men, boys anil youths, all our own manufac ture. Full line of Men's, Youths' and Beys' Suits. Full line of Men's. Youths' and Beys' OverceaU. CUSTOM DEPARTMENT ! We are prepared te show one el the best stocks of Piece Goods te select from and have made te order ever shown in the city. They are all arranged en tables fitted up expressly se that every piece can be examined beiere making a selection. All our goods have been purchased beiere the rise in woolens. We are prepared te make up in geed style and at short notice and at bottom prices. We make te or der an All Weel Suit for $12.00. By buying your goods at CENTRE HALL you save one prellt, as we manufacture all our own Clothing and give employment te about one hundred hands. Call and examine our stock and be convinced as te the truth of which we afllrm. MYERS & RATHFON, Centre Hull, Ne. 12 East King Street. 8 D. Hainan & Bres. With a stock mere than double of any pre vious sea-cm and increased facilities, we are prepared ler our SPRING BUSINESS, r All our goods having been bought before this mammoth advance in prices, we are retailing MEN'S, BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, At less than Wholesale Prices. Our Clothing has all been manufactured iuthis city by Ex cellent Hands, ami will compete ler Fit. Style ami Workmanship with anj thing ever shown in Lancaster or elsewhere." Nete Our Sample Prices: A Streng Iren Twist Working Suit for .$ 3.50 4.75 ;.re 8.00 !.00 12.00 11.(10 10.00 20.00 A Geed Business Suit ter. A uoed Cassimere Suit for A Geed Cheviot Suit (!) Styles) A Geed Cheviot Suit, Light, (8 Styles).. A Fine Cheviot Suit, Light. ( Styles)... A Fine Dress Suit (3 Styles) An Extra Dress Suit (4 Styles) A Superb Dress Suit (." Styles) A Large Sleck or Stylish Funis Cheap. BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING In Large Variety at LOW PRICES. Beys' Suits lrem , Children's Suits from. .$2.50 up. . 1.02 up. Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Trunks and Valises. Our Custom Department : We have caret ullv selected a Large Stock of FOREIGN and DOMESTIC. CHEVIOT, CAS SIMERE, DIAGONAL and WORSTED SUITINGS, which have been ordered before this large ad vance in Prices, which we make te measure at the OLD PRICES. Business Suits from Dres Suits tiem Pants from ....$12.00 up 13.00 up. 3.00 up. BPlc:tsc call, whether you wish te purchase or net. We will be pleased te show you goods. D. GANSMAN & BR0., MERCHANT TAILORS AND CLOTHIERS, GG & 68 NORTH QUEEN ST., S. AV. Cerner et Orange, Lancaster, Fa. (Bausman's Cerner.) ISSURASCE. riHE OLD GIRARD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA. ASSETS : One Millien One Hundred and Thirty-one Thousand Eight Hundred and Thirty-eight Dollars. $1,131,838. All invested In the best securities. Lesses promptly paid. Fer policies call en RIFE & KAUFMAN, Ne. 19 East King St.. Lancaster. Pa. 8-MW&Sf.mdR MUSICAL XSSTRUMESTS. -THE- Without a doubt furnish the FINEST IN STRUMENTS in the Market. Wareroenis 320 North Queen street. Manufactory in the rear. Branch Office, 15 East King Street. Alex. McKillips, Proprietor. Alse Agent for Lancaster County for CHICKERING & SON'S Celebrated PIANOS. A Full Line of Sheet and ether Music, Small Instruments, Violins, Banjos, Band Instru ments, &c, always en hand. f!3-lydS&ly w AE. McCANN, AUCTIONEER OF REAL . Estate and Personal Property. Orders left at Ne. 35 Charlette street, or at the Black Herse Hetel, 44 and 46 North Queen street, will receive prompt attention. Bills made out and attended te without additional oest. eST-ly Orpi MaiUtOiT Hamastcr I-ntelltgmcrr. FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 19, 1880 THE EMERALD ISLE. THOUGHTS ON ST. PATRICK'S DAY. Changes That Have Keen Wrought In the Mede of Celebrating it. With Sew? Reflections Concerning Ireland's Wees. FIVE MINUTES WITH THE ACTORS. Where They Are and What They're Doing The New Yerk "Sun" e.i thn Bribery Convictions and Grant's Can didacy Miner Matters. St. Patrick's D.iy. Fer the Ixtelligexcer The enthusiasm which marked the cele bration of St. Patrick's day in former years is new only a dream of the past. Seme of ns remember hew we sprang from our couch with the first sound of fife and drum which ushered in the day of the Hibernian parade. Had wc been eBe of them birth by and bleed we could net have hailed it with mere eajjer delight. There is the freshness of child hood sympaty still clinging te these recollections, and wc recall them without any of the suspicions which chill the ardor of later demonstra tions. There comes te us all a time when things are real it comes but once it seen passes and is gene forever. The colors which brightened the visions of youth and lent enchantment te its early scenes no longer lure us into the commission of our faith and confidence. Even the Fourth of July fails te enkindle our liveliest emotions of patriotism and zeal. There are, how ever, principles inculcated in youth by the force of association and sympathy that stick. Among these there is the sense of British oppression in Ireland. Leng, long age it began, and though her patriots, orators and poets have painted their woes in words that burn, and proved their valor by deeds of unrivaled heroism, still the thraldem of her people is as complete as ever and the epitaph of Emmet is yet unwritten. When wc speak of the wrongs of Irish men in this manner wc are met with, " O, the Irish are revolutionary ! "' " They are net fit te govern themselves ! " "The En glish peasantry are oppressed also by the ' land rents ! ' " &c. But they arc net rev olutionary. Let us net be misled by such sophistry. Even if it were true, does it prove that Ireland should be content with the tyranny which renders it morally im possible for her te rise ? Without any failure of crops we knew that she is never removed two years from famine, yet there arc hundreds upon hun dreds of acies net utilized within her bor ber ders which arc reserved as parks and hunt ing grounds for the aristocracy. Her peo ple have lived and died in poverty from generation te generation. We all realize the need of advantages for improvements. Hew much of crime and lawlessness is due te ignorance ? Was net the cause of the wicked acts which characterized the "Mol "Mel lieMaguires" of this state the result e the seed sewn by the injustice of the Eng lish administration for ages back ? Let us ask ourselves hew we would develop under like conditions? 'Twas a commend able spirit which actuated the different Catholic societies of New Yerk te devote the necessary expenses of a St. Patrick's day parade te the relief fund for the starving peer "at home" in "euld Ireland." And reflecting upon some of the proceedings of the Knights of St. Patrick en former an niversaries, wc are forced te acknowledge that they were net always marked by order and sobriety. Appreciating of the necessity for reform in this direction, the priesthood has organized temperance so cieties in every parish. Te show what geed was accomplished by this movement, in Mahaney City Father McFadden ordered a parade at 5 o'clock p.m. en St. Patrick's day te prove that the Irish were net all drunk. Ne less than five hundred men joined in the precession. Wc may never again wit ness a genuine old-fashioned parade en Patrick's day. But year after year as the day comes round we will remember the early scenes which cemented the bend of sympathy that links us te tnis unhappy people. M. B. A. Amusement Notes. What the Players are Doing. Lawrence Barrett will have a large audi ence here. Clara Merris's new play is called "The Seul of an Actress." Jee Jeffersen will retire at the end of this season. Teny Dcnier's pantomime company is at the Gaiety theatre, Bosten. Jehn A. Stevens will write a play for Buffalo Bill and will receive $4,000 if it proves satisfactory. James Cellier has made $12,000 out of " The Banker's Daughter" this season. That is the share alone, he having partners. Annie Pixley appears for the first time in New Yerk next week. She opens at the Standard theatre en 3Ienday. Billy Wylie, the Irish comedian, who was here with the " Syke " recently, is stage manager of the Theatre Cemique, Georgia. Manager Henry Abbey, of Bosten, is new the boss manager. He is running mere attractions than Haverly and they are nearly all better. Haverly's Mastodon minstrels, with sixty performers, open next week at the Acad emy of Music, Philadelphia. They play an engagement at Nible's Garden, New Yerk, before going te Europe. According te recent statistics there are twenty actors, fifteen clergymen, thirty eight school teachers and twenty-three musicians at the present time in the vari ous state prisons of the United States. "You'll either agree, or you won't get out te go te the circus, " said a Texas judge te a jury who were hanging off, and they brought in a verdict of " guilty " en the gallop. It is said that Mary Andersen, while acting Juliet in Bosten, took a wad of chewing gum out of her mouth in the gar den scene, put it carfully en the railing of the balcony, and picked it up again after her last "geed night" te Remee. X. T. Mercury. Prof. Coeke, the magician, and Miss Sa Sa eome Crawford, the mind reader, who gave two exhibitions in this city recently, ap peared at the Grand opera house, New Yerk, Sunday night, as the authorities discountenance this kind of " religious " entertainment, a squad of policemen were placed en the stage and prevented" any thing but the " mind reading " part, while the committee selected from the audience were most mercilessly guyed. Yeung Watkins, the husband of Alice Oates, went te the office te whip a Cincin nati Enquirer reporter, because that paper called him the "present hubby of the peer less prima denna." He was met by the city editor and they began a quarrel. At last the editor get the head of Watkins "in chancery" and battered his face up in a very artistic manner. Sam Jack, mana ger for Miss Oates, also had a tussle with a reporter en the same paper. They don't permit "realistic" acting te pass unnoticed in the Lene Star state. Re cently, Jehn McCullough played "Othelle" in Austin, and a drunken Texan became se irate at Fred. Wardewhe "went en" for lage. that he drew his six-shooter and de clared he "would kill the damned scoun drel." On being told thnt the actor was only personating a character, he replied, "he must be a damned villain, anyhow, or he couldn't act it se well, and if he don't step abusing that woman, 'Amelia,' I'll sheet him anyhow." ffMcKee Rankin will shortly take his " Danites " company te Europe. William E. Sheridan is a member of that troupe and he is also a great favorite in Philadel phia. Previous te his departure for the old country he agreed te play a week in Philadelphia, and he is appearing there new nightly isShakspcare's plays. Rankin is playing in Pirtsburgh this week, but Sheridan, who was extensively billed, did net appear, and the papers of that city de nounce the "fraud.' In Lawrence, Mass., a few days age, Jeseph Wheelock and Marie Prescott, members of Bartlcy Cambcll's "Gi'.llcy Slave " had a nice quarrel. It appears that at the breakfast Miss Prescott addrcsed Wheelock as "Jee," which se enraged him that .he became very angry and used inslutiug language toward her. She then had him arrested, and the result of the hearing was that Wheelock was fined. It was proven that he was drunk when the trouble occurred. Miss Prescott left the company -and her place was taken by Nellie Barbour. Teny Paster's variety company which will go en the read shortly, will include the following people : The Four Eccen tricts : Perry Magrew, Curdy and Hughes, Mrs. LinaTettcubern, vocalist and actress ; Harry and Jehn Kernell, Irish comedians; Miss Flera Moere, the mimic and jubilee singer ; Bryant and Hoey, musicians ; Bennie Ruunells, Dutch comedian ; The Four St. Felix Sisters, song and dance girls ; Charlie Diamond, Milanese min strel ; Charles Giklay and Fanny Beaue, sketchists ; the French Twin Sisters, dan cers ; and the three Rankin Brethers, vo calists, dancers and musicians. W. II. Jenes, a favorite Philadelphia actor, who died in Philadelphia a few days age from a pistol shot wound in the hand which resulted in lock-jaw, was born in Chuichtewn, this county, Septem ber 5th 18i2. When but an infant his family removed te Cincinnati. When fif teen years of age he went te Philadelphia where he learned the gas fitting trade but seen lelt that for the stage. He had played in the stock both at the Arch and Walnut theatres, and was a favorite. When the accident befell him he was play ing in the "Our Bijah" combination, at the New National theatre. His body was interred at the Brandywine cemetery in Wilmington Delaware. m m The Pennsylvania Bribery Convictions. New Yerk Sun. At the last session of the Pennsylvania Legislature a bill was presented te saddle the state with the losses occasioned by the Pittsburgh riots of 1877. It was pressed by the Pennsylvanis railroad company, the treasury ring, the Cameren strikers, and the corruptienists of both political parties. The responsibility of the state had net Deen ctetcrniiueu, ana coma net ee snewn. It was even believed and asserted, en the strength of a report from the Allegheny grand jury, that the proclamation calling out the troops was a forgery, and that therefore, instead of being entitled te reimbursement, the railroad company really owed the state a large sum for the pay and maintenance of the force thus fraudulently put in the field. The bill in question, however, provided for the pay ment of $4,000,000 out of the treasury, which being almost double the actual damages, left something like two millions te greiise up the wheels of the machine and divide in the lobby. William H. Kemblc, formerly state treasurer, and the notorious apostle of addition, division, and silence, took general charge of the raid ; and whi.'e it was urged among the Republicans as a Republican measure, the proceeds of which were te be used partly te fill up their party funds, many se-called Democrats, belong ing te the ring and the railroad, both inside and outside the Legislature, were breugh te its support. This bill was defeated in the Heuse by a majority of only one, after a struggle which, with varying fortunes, extended through the whole session. The final vic tory of the people against this gigantic combination of corporations, rings, and legislative corruptienists was due mainly te the skill, vigilance, and impregnable in tegrity of Mr. Wolfe, an anti-Cameren Re publican representative. But Mr. Wolfe was net satisfied that the commonwealth should escape being plundered by a meagre majority of one. He determined te show by what means the movement against the treasury had been organized and con ducted, and, if possible, te break up the whole system of political corruption which had grown up with the Pennsylvania rail road, the Camerons, the Mackeys, and the Kembles. An investigation resulted in a report sustaining certain charges of cor rupt practices against Win. H. Kemble and many ethers. A committee was then appointed, with Mr. Wolf as its chairman, te secure the indictment, and if guilty the conviction of the accused. After many shifts and evasions, the four principal of fenders, Kemblc, Salter, Crawford and Rumberger, were last week brought te face an honest court and jury, and each of them pleaded guilty te the indictment for cor cer rup solicitation. They have still te an swer indictment for perjury, alleged te have been committed in their testimony before the Wolfe committee. The trials of the ether persons charged with the of fence te which the leaders have confessed are still te be had. Why Kemble and his associates should have pleaded guilty instead of fighting and protesting their innocence te the last, and se attempting te lay some foundation for executive clemency, is a question. Mr. Kemble is net without resources of a for midable sort. He hasbeen a great power in the Republican party ; he is one of Sen Sen aeor Cameren's two or three close and con fidential friends ; he was state treasurer, and he is still president of the People's bank of Philadelphia, the principal depesi tery of state and city funds. He is rich, and had collected a fine array of legal talent for his defence. There is but one explanation : Conviction was certain in the end, and in the midst of a presiden tial campaign the disclosures . which would have fallen out in the course of trial would have been ut terly ruinous te the ring managers of the Grant cenvass. It is, of course, apparent that in the squad of indicted men at the bar the people of Pennsylvania are permit ted te see only a small portion of the guil ty persons, and these perhaps less guilty than some ethers. Who procured te be done the work of corruption which these unhappy men confess by their plea ? Who employed Kemble ? Who paid the bills ? Who agreed te the division of the expected plunder? Did leaders even mere conspicu ous and powerful than Kemble go from Washington te Harrisburg te push the job ? A trial would doubtless have an swered some of these questions. Hence there is te be no trial. Kemble, with a de gree of partisan fidelity for which he will doubtless be rewarded when Grant returns te power, accepts the convict's fate and awaits the sentence of the court. Grant Should Be the Republican Candi date. New Yerk Sun. Since the third term question has been se much agitated, and is new se fully be fore the people, there can never be a better time than the present for its final settle ment. If the popular judgment is once solemnly given at the peils adversely te a third term, the question would be looked upon as permanently decided, and our free institutions will be made mere stable than ever before. The only way the issue can be squarely and fully presented is by having Grant as the Republican nominee. Should he fail of a nomination new, he maybe coming up again as a candidate four years hence, and every four years as long as he lives. Whereas, if he is nominated and beaten once, an end will be put te third-termism, indefinitely and probably forever. If Grant is deprived of the nomination, that will net produce the same effect be cause every Republican who is likely te get the nomination in place of Grant is a declared third-termer. Washburne and Blaine, his two most formidable competi tors for the nomination, are both pledged te support him for a third term if he is tlic Republican candidate. On the whole, therefore, in order te have the third-term question fairly and finally settled, we should prefer te see Gen. Grant brought forward as the Re publican candidate. There can never be a better time than the year 1880 te ascer tain clearly whether or no the American people desire te take a new departure in the direction of a monarchy. Four Kings A Geed Hand Kaiser Wilhelm, the Duke of Mecklen burg, and the King of Saxony were tired out hunting one day, and rode home in a peasant's cart. Tne peasant asked who they were. ' ' I am the Grand Dukeef Meck lenburg." "Oh, indeed!" returned the peasant, with a wink. " Ard who may you be ?" he required of the next. ' I am the King of Saxony." "Better and better!" cried the carter. ' 'And you ?' ' accosting the third member of the party. "I am the Em peror of Germany." " Well, then," said the countryman, in high humor, " I shall tell you wle I ar . I am the Shall or Persia and can hoax people as well as you." But when he drove up te the castle of Huber Huber tusteck, he found that, of all the poten tates in the cart, he was the only one whose claim could net be substantiated. ' The Bible en Cremation. A New Yerker tells the Herald that the Bible forbids and denounces cremation as fellows, in Ames ii. verses 1 3: "Thus saith the Lord, for three transgressions of Moab, and for four, I will net turn away the punishment thereof, because he burnt the bones of the King of Edem into lime : But I will send a fire upon Moab, and it shall devour the palaces of Kineth ; and Moab shall die with tumult, with shouting. and with the sound of the trumpet. And I will cut off the judges from the midst thereof, and I will slay all the princes thereof, with him, saith the Lord." JEWELERS. TUST RECEIVED Large Let of Lew Priced Reliable WATCHES, Which we Fully Guarantee. E. P. BOWMAJST, 106 EAST KING STREET, LANCASTER. PA. ial Netice te 50 dez Triple Silver Plated Table Spoons, 50 dez Triple Silver Plated Tea Spoons, 50 dez Triple Silver Plated Ferks, 50 dez Triple Silver Plated Knives. All et these goods will be sold at a Bargain. AUGUSTUS RH0ADS, JEWELER, 13 East King Street, Lancaster, Pa. Will move te Xe. 20 EAST KING STREET, en APRIL 1. 1880. CARPETS. r KKAT BARGAINS. A Large Assortment of all kinds et CARPETS Are still sold at lower rates than ever at the CARPET HALL H. S. SHIRK, 202 WEST KING STREET. Call and examine our steckand satisfy your self that we can show the largest assortment of Brussels, Three plies and Ingrains at ail prices at the lowest Philadelphia prices, and the Latest Patterns. Alse en hand a large anil emplete assortment et RAG CARPETS. Sat isfactien guaranteed both as te price and qual ity. Particular attention given te custom work. Carpet woven when parties will find their own Rage. lam payings cents In cash and 9 cents in trade for Fine Carpet Rags iu Balls. my28-tldw T RY LOSHER'S COUGU SYRUP. w Inn FOR THE Te the Readers of This Excellent Newspaper is our Handiest Way te Beach Our Friends with this Streng and Special Invitation te OUR OLD AND NEW FRIENDS te Attend the GREAT SPRING OPENING OF NEW AND LOVELY THINGS FOR LADLES' AND FAMILY USE AT THE GrRAJSFD DEPOT, PTTTT . ATVRT .PfTTA , MB. JOHN WANAMAKEB desires te present his respects te these whom he is striving' te well serve, and say en MONDAY, MARCH 8, THE FIRST IMPORTANT OPENING OF THE SEASON OF 1880 WILL, TAKE PLACE AT THE GRAND DEPOT, when the whole of the IMMENSE FLOOR AND GALLERIES will be open te the public te show the M GOODS FOE SPBISTG. These who appreciate city styles will find that what is saved by the moderate prices will Mere Than Repay the Cost of a Trip te the City. The Charms, Conveniences and Cheapness of Shopping were never be fore se well illustrated as new at the Grand Depot. JOHN WANAMAKER, THE LARGEST DRY GOODS HOUSE, 13TH ST., -THE WHOLE BLOCK- MARKET AND CHESTNUT STREET, PHILADELPHIA. WATCHES, EDW. J. ZAHM, Jeweler, Zahm's Cerner, DEALER IX AMERICAN & FOREIGN WATCHES, Sterling Silver and Silver-Plated Ware, Clods, Jewelry ai Ami Tinted Splacles. We offer our patrons the benefit of our long experience In business, by which we are able te aid them In making the best use of their money in any department of enr business. We manufacture a large part of the goods we sell, and buy only lrem Flrst-Class Houses. Every article sold accompanied with a bill stating its quality. 3Flrst-Class Watch and General Repairing given special attention. ZAHM'S CORNER. CARRIAGES, S. E. BAILY. S. E. BAILY & Ce., Manufacturers CARRIAGES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION! Office and Warerooms, 430 and 432 North Queen Street. Factory, 431 and 433 Market Street, Lancaster, Pa. We are new ready for SPRING TRADE, with a Fine Assortment of Bin Craps, Melons, Met Wapns, k. Having purchased our stock for cash, before the recent advance, we" are enabled te efler SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS IN PRICE. We will keep In stock BUGGIES OP ALL GRADES and PRICES te suit all classes el customers. SPECIAL BARGAINS IN MARKET WAGONS. Give us a call. All work fully warranted one year. GENTS' GOODS. T ATEST STILE Gote id Eat Mi BEST FITTING SHIRTS, AT E. J. ERISMAITS, 88 NORTH gUEKN STREET. BASKING. (fern TO Rnn AU wishing te qplU tlDtlUU. make money In Wall st. should deal with the undersigned. Write for explanatory circulars, sent tree by HICKIING & CO., SKje New Yerk. leliMttdeW LAHIES. the Intelligencer. JEWELRY, Xe. Lancaster, Fa., LANCASTER, PA. I'HAETOSS. Jte W. W. B AILY. of and Dealers 1k EVRSITVRE. A SPECIAL. INVITATION TO ALX. Te examine my stock of Parler Suits, Cham ber Suits, Patent Rockers, Easy Chairs, Ratan Rockers. Hat Racks, Marble Tep Tables, Ex tension Tables, Sideboards, Hair, Husk. Wire and Common Mattresses, Boek Cases, Ward robes, Escritoire. Upholstered Cane and Weed Seat Chairs, Cupboards, Sinks. Deughtrays. Breakfast Tublcs, Dining Tables, Ac." always en hand, at prices that are acknowledged te be as cheap as the cheapest. UPHOLSTERING IN ALL IT8 BRANCHE 3 REPAIRING PROMPTLY AND NEATLY DONE. Picture Frames en hand and made te order KegUdlng done at Reasonable Kates at the New Picture Frame and Furniture Stere, 15X EAST KING STREET, (Over Barak's Grocery and Sprecher's Slate oiere.j WAITER A. HEINITSH, ISchlndler's Old Stand).