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LANCASTER JDAILY INTELLIGENCER. THURSDAY JULY 29. 1880.
THURSDAY BVBNINO, JULY 29, 1880.
A Meutaia Fratt Fm.
Mining Land Fat te m Xew Use.
Solen Robinson la X. Y. Tribune.
I am spending a few weeks in the beau
tiful valley of the Juniata, and making fre
quent rides erer the bills and among the
old-fashioned Dutch farmers of this (Per
ry) and the adjoining county of Juniata ;
solid, wealthy, unprogressive as they were
an hundred years age. Many of them
still live in their hewed log-beuses, net
half as large, handsome, airy or comfort
able as their barns, which I have named
" agricultural cettaces. "
Nearlv all the orchards upon these old
farms arc of the most unimproved sorts of
apples and bcedhng peaches of late ripen
ing kinds. Only new and then a man
seems te have thought of trying experi
ments in growing better sorts, or mere
than was wanted for family use. The
people arc farmers in strietest sense. Gar
dening and fruit culture are occult
sciences. But, a new light is dawning in
this valley; an experiment is in
progress which proves that these rough
mountain sides are nature's chosen spots
for orchards ; that here the cultivators of
peaches in Jersey, Delaware and Maryland
mav renew their work when it fails in
these states, for here is an abundance of
cheap land, of little value for grain culti
vation, yet excellent for orchards. This
has been lately proved in several instances
and different localities, but most extensive
ly en the south bank of the Juniata river,
in Juniata county, about one hundred and
forty-four miles from Philadelphia, uear a
station called Thompsontown. There, if
the traveler going west en the Pennsylva
nia railway will leek out south and up the
steep hill side, he will see the main part of
an orchard efl5,500 peach trees, and 9,000
Siberian crab apple trees. And if he should
htep and "walk or ndcj through the or
chard, as I did te-day, and find one dead
or diseased tree, he will find mere than I
could ; although I was told by Mr. Tayler
the foreman, that he did leso ene tree in
the section where we were then.
" And bow many trees are in this sec
tion?" " Six thousand."
If a like result can be found anywhere
else en earth I should like te be informed,
that I might make ai.ethcr pilgrimage of
a thousand mi les te see it, as I have seen
this, the most healthy, thrifty, most prom prem
ising young orchard I have ever seen in
all my extensive journeys through the
United States and Canada. Tet most of
the land is unfit for any ether cultivation,
and a considerable portion of the ground
has never been ploughed, because se steep
and se full of stones and roots. In this re
spect it lcmindcd me of seme of the vine
yards of Pleasant Valley, N. Y., it being
often difficult te get dirt enough te make ft
geed loe.se bed for the roots.
There is another remarkable feature
about this extensive orchard which is in
dicative of the character of the owner.
Netwithstanding.au the natural obstaelcs
every trce has been se exactly set in right
anglcd.lincs that the transverse rows appear
as straight as these en the horizontal and
vertical lines. Thus, when furrows can
be ploughed at all, they can be run six
ways among the trees, which are set 15
feet apart for peaches and quinces and 20
feet for apples. Te accomplish this re
markable result of straight rows and exact
distances required many a hard day's work
rcmeviug stumps and stones and filling up
holes. New the beauty of the work fully
repays the extra cost. It is, however,
costly work te prepare the steep hillsides
by hand labor, for the largest part of the
timber trees had been cut off years age,
leaving a thicket of brushwood. An at
tempt is being made te utilize the brush
by-cutting it in a machine like a straw cut
ter and sending the product te market for
kindling coal fires. As the roots in the
ground continue te send up sprouts, whieh
must be repeatedly mewed, the proprietor
wants te knew hew te get them out with
out tee much expense of hand labor. Who
can tell him the best way ? Can he fix a
stout capstan at suitable points at the bot
tom of the slepn and carry a wire rope and
grappling iron up the hill te the roots and
pull them out by mule or ex-power ? I
have se advised.
The first section of peach trees was
planted in 1875. and first full crop was be
ing gathered te-day, the varieties Craw
ford's Early (white), of fair size and geed
llaver ; and Beatrice, a small, red blush,
early peach, very delicious. The Phila
delphia market being overstocked, it does
net pay te ship ; se a drying house has
been hastily erected, and a het-air dryer,
capable of passing sixty bushels a day,
put in operation. The peaches are peeled
by hand machines of a recently improved
pattern, which de geed work rapidly. By
drying the fruit the seeds are saved for
the nursery, for there are many acres of
orchards yet te be planted. The trees which
come into bearing next year will produce
fruit from early hr July till late frost. It
is probable that all of the improved
methods of putting up the ripe fruit will
be adopted, instead of marketing it fresh ;
owing te the long transportation and risk.
There are 444 acres in the tract, and with
the exception of a narrow strip along the
river, part of which is already occupied by
wagon read and railway, the whole is the
northern slope of a high hill, and is un
doubtedly a most favorable location for an
orchard : and fortunately it is owned by a
gent'emin who i&net only able but will
ing te devete the immense energy and
money necessary te preve te a thousand
ether owners of similar mountain land
that it is net worthless for cultivation, as
has been often declared, se that it has
often sold only for its value for mining or
New I think I hear some impatient per
son who has read thus far about the oper
ations of the owner of this mammoth en
terprise crying out, "Who is he? Yeu
haven't told us his name !" I knew it ;
and it required considerable argumunt te
get his consent that I might give it ; for he
aid net wish te have it appear as though
he were boasting of what he had done.
and he feared an avalanche of letters if his
name was given. But te force se geed an
example, 1 persuaded him te allow me te
give his name, and then no ene will doubt
what I have said, who happens te remem
ber during the past half century
a busy New Yerk and PhiladelJ
pnia eusincss man, wne usually
writes his nanie "II. Bradford," who was
born upon the banks of the Connecticut
river, ten miles below Middletewa. If you
are curious te knew wheu, you will find
"Hczekiah Bradford " upon the baptis
mal register somewhere in that vicinity.
I shall net tell exactly when or where the
entry was made. But I will say that many
men of his ace prefer rest rather than such
untiring labor as he puts into this enter
prise, while at thejsame time he conduets his
city business. Let us all wish eminent sue
cess te.the Bradferdjfmit farm, and that the
success of this experiment may be the in
centive te many men te improve the wa3te
lands of Pennsylvania mountain counties.
A word as te the incentive of Mr. Brad
ford's great work. A,few years age this
tract came into his hands upon the false
representation that it contained valuable
veins of iron ere. He bought it unseen.
When seen, it was found te yield no work
able ere, and only a small tract of farm
land, with a few common farm buildings.
The question new was : " What shall I
de with it ?" That question has been an
swered. Mr. Bradford must take rank as
a public benefactor.
Six months aa-e I saw V. 8. flair
wltt Hep Bitten ea It, aadllbenghtl would
beafoelonoeatore. I tried It, but my felly
proved te be wisdom. Twe bottles cured her,
he Is new as well and strong as any maa's
wife, and It cost me only twa dollars. Such
felly pays. B. W.. Detroit, Mien.
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vating a debilitated physique, and enriching ii
thin and lnnutrltleus circulation with Hostel
ler's Stomach Bitters, tbe finest, the most
highly sanctioned, and the most popular tonic
and preventive In existence.
Fer sale by all Druggists and Dealers gener
ally, apr 1-lydeedAlyw
OSTETTER'S BITTER'S FOlt SALE AT
Lechers Drug Stere. East King street.
O TO KINGWALT'S FUR
PUKE WINKS AND LIQUORS, FRESH
GROCKBIES, AND THE
GREAT MEDICINAL BITTERS.
Alse 8S par cent. Alcohol. All at
Ne. 205 WEST BONO STREET.
i.1 Te Nervous Sufferer The Great Euro
pean Uemedy Dr. J. B. Simpsen's Specific
Medicine. It is a positive curelfer Sperma Sperma
eorrhea, Seminal Weakness, Impeiency, and all
diseases resulting from Self-Abuse, as Mental
Anxiety. Less or Memery, Pains In Buck or
Side, and diseases that lead te Consumption,
Insanity and an early grave. The Specific
Medicine Is being used with wonderful success.
Pamphlets sent free te all. Write for them and
get full particulars. Price, Specific, (1 per
gaekage. or six packages for 95. J. B. SIMP
ONMEDICINR COMPANY. Nes. 104 and IOC
Main Street, Buffalo, N. T. Address all orders
H. B. COCHRAN, Druggist, Sole Agent,
187 and 139 North Queen Street, Lancaster.
NERVINE, OK TONIC SPECIFIC A.
A BOON T BOTH SEXES.
A KBMEDT WITHOUT A RIVAL for ull
diseases arising from Nervous Debility, Sevuul
Disorder, ever Indulgence of Vicious Habits,
as well as from the prostration et old age. Its
curative properties In violent and chronic
Bla, Self Abuse, Headache, Dizziness,
forms of the following diseases have been at-
ilnent Physicians :
xhaustlen. Spermatorrheea, Gencrul
tested te by the most Eminent Physicians
Sexual Exhaustion, spe:
Debllltr. lmneteucr. Premature Decay. Ac.
It baa been In use for ever lertv vears. and
Is te-day the most popular remedy for the dis
eases above mentioned la the WORLD. It can
be used without regard te diet, Is pleasant In
last, ana ueiier inan ail, it is a sure, saie aim
certain eare. It la no auack medicine, but
staads upon Its own merits, as any trial wll
amply demonstrate. Since 1830 this remedy
has always been sold for a much larger price
than that for which It Is new sold; but owing
te the act that the time for the payment of
an enormous royalty upon its manufacture has
expired. It Is ettered te the suffering of both
exes at one dollar per package, se its te be
within the reach of all; at which price it will
be sent te any address free et further charge.
DR. WTT.T.TAM YOUNG,
40 Spruee Street, Philadelphia.
May be consulted en all diseases by mnll.
ASTBICB BKOB ABVEMTIMEMENT.
36 HOP BITTERS.
(A Medicine, net a Drink,)
HOrg, BUOHU, MANDRAKE,
HOP and the purest and best medical HOP
dualities et all ether Bitters. MIT
They Cure AU Diseases et the ERS
Stomach, Bowels, Bleed, Liver,
Kidneys and Urinary Organs, HOP
Nervousness, Sleeplessness and BIT
especially Female Complaints. ERS
$1,000 IN GOLD
will be paid ler any case they will ERS
net cure or neip, or ier anyuung
HOP Impure or Injurious found in HOP
BIT them. Ask your druggist for Hep BIT
ERS Bitters, and try them before you ERS
sleep. Take i.e ether. Hep Cough
HOP Cureisthcsweetcst,safestandbcst. HOP
BIT Ask Children. The Hep Pad for BIT
ERS Stomach, Liver and Kidneys is su- EIW
perier te all ethers. Ask Druggists.
HOP D. I. C. Is an absolutely and Irrc- HOP
BIT slstlble cure for Drunkenness, use BIT
ERS no opium, tobacco and narcotics. ERS
Send for circular. All above oelil
HOP by Druggists. HOP
BIT HOP BITTERS MFG. CO., BIT
ERS a9-lyeedftw Rochester, X. T. ERS
HOP HOP HOP HOP HOP HOP HOP
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BRS ERS BRS ERS ERS ERS ERS
HOP BITTERS fOK SALE AT LOCH
er's Drug Stere, 9 East King street.
WALL PAVMMS, Ac.
Made for windows and put up In such a man
ner tliat yen need net remove when you close
the window. We have It In Landscape. Figur
ed and Plain Celers, which will be made up as
above or sold by the feet In any quantity de
sired. PAPER HANGINGS
In Urge variety. Seme Odd Let will be sold
very cheap te close out.
PLAIN WINDOW SHADES, all colors and
widths. Hollands, Paper Curtains, Fringes,
Leeps, Fixtures, Tassels, Cords, Ac.
Patent Extension Cornice,
the cheapest, simplest and best ever made.
Will litany window up te five feet in width.
Poles In Ebony and Walnut.
ORDERS TAKEN FOR
PINE PIER AND MANTEL MIRRORS.
PHARES W. FRY,
Ne. 57 NORTH QUEEN ST.
13 EAST KING ST.,
can be mere fixed than our determination net
only te merlt,but absolutely force a continu
ance of the patronage se liberally bestowed en
us, by making still FURTHER REDUCTIONS
In our already reduced prices.
We de net offer dead stock, or damaged or
inferior goods, or article unsuited for the
season, that must be sold at any price, but en
the contrary we offer the ladies or Lancaster
and vicinity the very things they most need,
of the best quality, at prices hitherto unheard
Read what we say, come and see
what we offer, and go without pur
chasing if you can.
We court investigation and defy
OUR LINE OF
surpasses any variety ever offered before, and
all our Undergarments are sold at prices never
heard et before.
Chemise at 93e
Flne Muslin Corded Band 44e
Fine Muslin Embroidered CSe
Three rows of Embroidery 69c
Most Elaborately Embroidered Chemlse
at 78c, 820,99c, $1.1A, f 1.30
Muslin Ruffled Skirt 37e
Deep Flounced Skirt 78e
Embroidered Tucked Skirt 93e
Cambric Flounced Tucked Skirt 98c
An Elegant Embroidered Skirt 1.41
Deuble Rew Embroidery. 1.7
One row et Needlework Inserting and
Handsome Wide Embroidery for. 92.12
With 2 rows of Inserting and Edging 3.09
Deuble row of Rich Embroidery 3.44
Tucked and Lace Edged 39e
Tucked and Embroidered 64a
Tucked and Trimmed with Torchon Lace
and Inserting. 79a
Muslin Nightgowns... OTe
Rufilcd Nightgowns 89c
Tucked and Embroidered 11.29
Tucked and Trimmed with 3 rows et In
serting and Edging 9166
An Elegant Night Kebe- Trimmed with
Fine NCedlcwerk 92.44
Still another series et bargains will be found
all our Parasols below
CORSETS . .
corsets nevcii Corsets.
. a ve corsets
gSSggi 50 BeneSidcStecI.40c corsets
CORSETS i".uc e--.-Muc : CORSETS
corsets Side StccIs,Siuc Lac-
corsets 100 Hene
FANS Leng Handled Funs...
FANS Fine Leng Handled...
FANS The Surah Bernlmid
FANS Russian Leather Sliding Fans.Uc FANS
FANS Fntinitza Fans 23c FANS
FANS Straw Fans.
HAMBURG A Splendid Asert-
HAMBURG inent of
0W& Hamburg Edgings
HAMBURG Special Bargains In EDGINGS
HAMBURG Deep Embroideries.
A Complete LACES
Line of LACES
ai a i. j. car.
IRISH Very Durable
IRISH IRISH TRIMMINGS,
IRISH at 13, 19, 22, 23c a piece.
RIBBONS Ribbons In Silk and Satin SASHES
RIBBONS in ALL SHADES. SASHES
RIBBON'S 5 Inch Suah Ribbon at 37c SASHES
RIBBONS a yard. SASHES
RIBBONS C Inch Sash Ribbennt 31c SASHES
RIBBONS a yard. SASHES
RIltKONS 6 Inch Satin Sash Ribbon SASHES
RIBBONS at 75c a yard,
FURNISHING Our Department of
fInIIiIinS Gentlemen's Fur
32S nishing Goods
FURNISHING will be found complete. GOODS
FURNISHING Dress Shirts in full line. GOODS
FURNISHING Gauze and Gossamer GOODS
FURNISHING Underwear, Fancy and GOODS
ruKAisiu.Mirium Hosiery, jnccic-uuuus
FURNISHING wear. Cellar.-., Cuffs. GOODS
FURNISHING Suspenders, Jean GOODS
FURNISHING Drawers. All at the GOODS
FURNISHING Lewest Frices In the GOODS
FURNISHING city. GOODS
GAUZE Ladies', Misses' and UNDERWEAR
GAUZE Children's Gauze Un-UNDERWEAR
GAUZE derwear, all Sizes and UNDERWEAR
GAUZE Qualities. Bulbriggun UNDERWEAR
GAUZE and Cotten Hosiery. UNDERWEAR
G AUZETlain and fancy stylus UNDERWEAR
SEW GOODS FOE TEE SPED.G TEAM, AT
TiAT)TE8, for New, Desirable and Cheap Embroideries, Befflinga, Cotten Trimmings, Ruchings, Black Sfflc Fringes, Satins,
Black and Colored, Silks, Buttens, all Kinds, Corsets, Kid and Lisle Thread Gloves, Hosiery, &c, call at GUNDAKBR'S.
Fer a Geed and Cheap Crape Bennet or Hat, Crape by the yard, Crape Veils, Linen Cellars and Cuffs, call at GUN
DAKER'S. Ladies, we will open te-day all the Latest Novelties in Millinery, &c., call and examine our stock, at
142 & 144 North Queen Street, Lancaster, Pa.
XEVT Z.ITERT STABLE.
J. O. HA.TJGrITTOSP
LITEET, SALE & EXCHANGE STABLE,
Ne. 112 Seuth Queen Street, in the Bear of Erisman's Hetel.
Where gentlemen will find at all times Geed Safe Horses and First-class Wagons te hire,
stantly en hand for sale, new and second-hand.
Alse all styles of Wagons con-
New Wagons, Buggies and Carriages Made te Order,
And all kind of Iiepairiug dene at short notice, in the best style and at the Very Lewest Prices by
Shep in the rear of the Stable. Alse Horses and Mules constantly bought, sold and exchanged.
STABLE 112 SOUTH QUEEN STREET,
LANCASTER AMD MUXXBSVUXK K. K
Cars run as fellows':
Leave Lencatser (P. K. Depot), at 7, 9, and
11:20 a. Hk, and 2, 4, 6 aad 83 p. m., except en
Saturday, when the last ear leaves at we p. m.
Leave MularsvUle (lower ead) at 8, 8, and
a. M., and 1,3, 5 and 7 p.m.
Cars run dally ea above tune except en Sun
COLUMBIA AXD POST DEPOSIT K. K
Trains new ram racalarly en the Columbia
and Fert Deposit Railroad ea the following
a. . r. k.
Stations Seuth-I Express. Express. Accem.
WABD. A.X. T.M. A. It.
Columbia. 10:33 630 7:50
Safe Harber. 11:98 6:49 ArWK
Shenk's Ferry..... 11:M 64 91
HcCall's Ferry.... 11:41 79 1035
Flte'sEddy. 116 730 10-.4S
r. v. f. x.
PeaeaboMen. 107 7:32 11.07
Pert Deposit 145 8:05 1235
READING AND COLUMBIA RAILROAD
On aad after MONDAY, MAT. 10th, IStft),
passenger tralas will ran en tbls read as tel-laws:
TKAim Geiaa Scorn, a. a. a. a. r.a. r.a.
BARGAINS IN DRESS GOODS I
Balance of Spring Stock Mnst be sold Regardless of Cost
ladies, We are Offering Bargains in Every Department.
PLEASE CALL AND EXAMINE.
NOTE. Heur of Closing, 7 o'clock P. M,. Except Saturdays.
GIVLER, BOWERS & HURST,
25 East King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
Y. M. C. A. EXCURSION
On FRIDAY, AUGUST 6th, 1880.
Via Penn'a Railroad.
FAKE FOH BOUND TKIP: Yerk. Kt.30:
Marietta, $3.10; Columbia, $3.00 ; Meuntvllle,
$3.00; Hohrerotown, $3.00: LundisvUle, $3.00;
Lancaster, $3.75 ; Leamau Place, $2.65 ; Klnzer's,
$2.55 ; Gap, $2.45 : Christiana, $2.35 ;:iarkesburg,
$2.20; Ceatesvllle, $2.05. All ticket geed for
SPECIAL THAIN LEAVES: Marietta, 4:40
a.m.; Watts, 4:45; Chlques, 4:19: Columbia, 5;
Meuntvllle, $5:10; Kohrcrstewn, 5:19: Dlller
Yille, 5:25; Lancaster. 5:35 ; Wltmcr. 5:48 ; Blrd-In-Hand,
52; Gordenvllle, (i-02; Leaman
Place. G:06 ; Klnzera. G:15 ; Gap, G:21; Christiana,
6:27; Atglen, 6:31 ; Parkcsburg. C:40 : Pomeroy,
6:44; Ceatesvllle, 6:52. Arrive at West Phila
delphia at 8:10 a. m.
Landlsvllle passengers will ce-ne te Lancas
ter en the Fast Line, which will leave Landis
ville at 55 a. m.
Fer further particulars see small bills and
circulars, or address cither of the Excursion
D. C. HAVEUSTICK,
D. S. BURSK.
"PENNSYLVANIA K. It. COMPANY.
POPULAR EXCURSION TO
Wntkins and Havana Glens,
and Seneca Lake.
- A First-class Excursion te these points has
been arranged te leave en
Tuesday, August 3, 1880,
and arriving at Watkins Glen at (1:51 p. m.
iz from Lancaster at 11:03 a. m.. nassinir
through Sunbury, Williamsport nnd Eluiira,
Williamsport nnd Eluiira,
be geed until
The Return Coune:
AUGUST 18. 1880. inclusive.
Purchasers of these tickets will have the
privilege et returning either bv wavofthe
same route, or via Geneva nnd thence by the
steamer en Seneca Lake te Watkins, where
they take the cars et the Northern Central
Railway for the return home. The tare for the
Round Trip has been fixed at the very low
$0.50 FROM LANCASTER.
Children between the ages et 5 and 12 years,
Half Price. Ne step ever will be allowed en
these tickets before reaching Wntkins Glen,
but holders of tickets will have the privilege of
stepping at all points from there, going and
returning. NOTE. Special reduced rates have
been secured for this occasion from a number
of Hotels at Watkins and Niagara Falls. The
Great Races at Rochester occur within tbe
dates et this excursion. Full Information may
be had en application te W. F. HAHURIGHT,
Agent P. R. It., Lancaster, Pa., or by letter te
J. K. SHOEMAKER,
Passenger Agent Middle District,
12 North Third Street, Harrisburg.
Fbavk Thomsen, General Manager.
L. P. Farhkr, Gen'l Passenger Agent.
We call particular attention te our Large
bought at Importer's Sales in New Yerk and
Philadelphia, which we are ellerln at prices
that defy competition. Alse,
In nil Grades and Qualities., Our 50c. quality
is the best ever sold ler the money.
The attention of Hetel Keepers and ethers Is
called te a large let of
which we are closing at Lew Prices'.
CHEAP DRY GOODS HOUSE,
Next Doer te the Court Heuse.
IS THE BEST.
TRADE MAKE PATENTED.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
PRICE RiUGI TO $1.00.
FOR SALE BY
J. B. lartin & Ce.
Dry Goods, Carpets, Wall Papecs and
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
rK ACADEMY UClfNKOTKD WITH
Franklin and Marshall College eners mi
perier advantage! te young men and boys who
desire either teprepare for college or te obtain
a thorough academic education. Students re
ceived at any time during the school year
Send for circulars. Address
REV. JAMES CRAWFORD,
tll-lvi Lancaster. Pa.
A Foel Once Stere.
" Fer ten years my wile was confined te her
bed with such a complication of ailments that
no doctor could tell what was the matter or
cure her, and I used up a small fortune In
A LLBNTOWN FEMALE COLLEGE.
Under auspleea et Reformed church.
signed rer the literary and religions education
of Ladles. Best facilities for Music, Drawing,
Painting and Modern Languages. Location
healthful. Terms moderate. Thirteenth year
will begin SEPTEMBER fl.
Fer Catalogue address
REV. W. R. HOFFORD, A. M
yl7-md President, Allentown, Pa.
GLOVES In ndditlen te this we GLOVES
GLOVES would state that we are dc- GLOVES
GLOVES tcrmlncd te sell every pair GLOVES
GLOVES of GLOVES
GLOVES IT nT7"1?Q GLOVES
GLOVES V3T 4 J V XU O GLOVES
GLOVES we have In our store bofero GLOVES
GLOVES this season is ever. In or-GLOVES
GLOVES dcr te de this we have GLOVES
ulu ks marked them down te half GLOVES
GLOVES their former prlce. GLOVES
Ladies wishing te buy bargains will de well
te call and ask ler the following styles :
Fine Luce Tep Gloves at 20c a pair.
Leng Lace Tep Real Lisle 25c "
fextra jL.eng Lisle 20c "
Fine English Lisle, Lace Tep, 2 Full
Elastics 40c a pair.
Our$l Lace Tep (arm length) Finest
Lisle, 3 Full Elastics 50c a pair.
Best French Silk Lisle, Extra Leng.
3 Full Elastics .'. ..cOcapair.
A number of ether styles will be sold at
equally low prices.
LINEN Ladies' Linen Chemlsettes..25e WARE
LINEN Lace Chemisettes 25c WARE
LINEN Ladies1 All Linen Cellars... 5c WARE
wsk.n ijUUics'Embreidered Cellars 5c WARE
i-iM Ladies7 All Linen Cuffs from WARE
LINEN 12c upwards. WARE
UN EX WARE
LACE LACE TIES. GOODS
LACE LACE FICHUS, - GOODS
LACE LACE COLLARS, GOODS
LACE LACE HANDKERCHIEFS. GOODS
LACK Spanish Lace Fichus in Cream GOODS
LACE and Black, for 75c GOODS
O-Particular attention paid te orders from
the surrounding cities.
13 EAST KING STREET,
The famous mammoth tlirce-dcck Steamer
Leaves Race Street Whorl at 7J a. m., arriving
at Cape play about 12) p. m. Returning, leaves
Cape May at 3 o'clock p. m.t glvlngample time
for bathlnsr or a drive en thnlipnch A f.,11
Brass Band and Orchestra Music for dancing.
Parler Entertainments varied weekly. Lunch-
cons ana iieiresnments in aDnndance. Din
ners and suppers provided. Ovstersand Fish
served for supper a tew mementa after taken
rrem the water.
Fare for the Bound Trip - $1.00.
SUNDAYS-W1U leave Race Street Wharf at
P. S. A Breed Gauge Steam R. R. wlU con
vey passengers te CepA Island In 8 minutes.
Tickets for sale at
CHAS. H. BARK'S,
eiS-amdAw CENTRE SQUARE.
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t North Queen sinjet. m30
"CUFTEEN DOLLARS BUYS A
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y- fcst KI.g strect. Lancaster, Pa.
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OZFX USA WISOB.
AUTHORIZED BY THIS COMMON
wealth of Ky.. and the fairest In the world
22d Popular Monthly Drawing
COMMONWEALTH DISTRIBUTION CO.
At Macanley's Theatre, In the City of Louis
SATURDAY, JULY 31st, 1880.
tiirsv. TtltAWIXGS. AUTHORIZED BY
THE LEGISLATURE AND SUSTAINED BY
ALL THE COURTS OF KENTUCKY, accord
ing te n contract made with the owners of the
Frankfort grant, will occur regularly en the
LAST DAY OF EVERY MONTH, Sundays and
Fridays excepted, for tfie period of FIVE
Y'E ARS, terminating en JUNE 30. 1885.
The United States Circuit Court en March SI,
rendered the following diclslens:
1st That the Commonwealth Distribution
Company la legal.
2d Its drawings are fair..
The management call attention te the liberal
scheme which has met with such popular favor
heretofore, and which will again be presented
l0rth JULY DRAWING.
1 prize 30.000
1 prize... ..... 10,000
1 prize.............. .............. ....... 2
10 prizes 91.000 each 10,000
20 prizes 500 each 10,0U0
loe prizes, 9100 each 10,oue
200 prize850 each 10,000
COO prizes 20 each 12,000
1000 prizes 10 each 10,000
9 prizes 390 each, approximation prizes 2,700
9 prizes 200 each, " " 1,800
9 prizes 100 each, " 900
Teaibs Geiaa Nebth.
Re ften...... ........
eo.uea, ... ....-....
Tralas connect at Reading with trains te und
from Philadelphia, Pettavflle, Harrisburg, Al
lentown and New Yerk. At Columbia witli
trains te and from Yerk, Hanover. Gettysburg,
Frederick and Baltimore.
A. M. WILSON. Supt.
PENNSYLVANIA BAILROAD NEW
SCHEDULE On and after SUNDAY
MAY 23d, 1880, trains en the Pennsylvania
Railroad will arrive and leave the Lancaster
and Philadelphia depots as follews:
Philadelphia Jixprcss, i
Yerk Acceu. Arrives;
Frederick Accem. Arrives,!
Day Express,.. ...... ........
Leave i Arrive
Wuv Passcnirer. ...........
Mali Train Ne. l.via MLJey,
Mail Train Ne. 2,via Cel'bia,
Niagara & Chicago Express
x ftSli LlilCf
Leave I Arrive
I 2.40 A.M,
Pacific Express, east, en Sunday, when fiat:
;ed, will step at Middletawn, Elizabetlitewn ,
It. Jey. Landlsvllle. BIrd-ln-Hand. Leuum
Place, Gap, Christiana, Parkesburg, Coates Ceates
vllle, Oakland and Glen Lech.
Fast Line, west, en Sunday, when flagged,
will step atI)owningtewn,Catesvllle, Parkea
burg. Mt. Jey, Elizabetlitewn und Middletown .
Mail Ne. 2 west connecting at Lancusterwitli
mail Ne, 1 at 1045 a. m and with Niagara and
Chicago Express at 11:05 and will run threngli
te Hunever and will connect at Columbia with
train through te Harrisburg via Marietta,
Frederick Accommodation, west, connects at
Lancaster, with Fast Line, west, at 2:10 r. m.,
and will run through te Frederick.
HENRY A. RILKT
Attorney and Counseller-at-Law
n it m 91 Park Rew, New Yerk, w""'w",
Collections made In all parts of the United
SUtes, and a general legal business transacted.
Refers by permission te Steinman ft Hensel
DR. S. B. FOREMAN,
(PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON),
SenJy$S tt9S11 Se-M Sonth Prince street
Ne. 211 West King street, Lancaster, Pa.
DAPE MAY, N. J.
OPEN. FOR THE SEASON.
G. R . CRUMP, Of the Colennartc Hetel;
1160 prizes 1112,400
Whole tickets. 92: half tickets, 91; 27 tickets
'$50; 55 tickets, 9100.
Kemlt DV JTOSloniceoney uruer, itcgisivrvu
Letter, Bank Draft or Express.
Te insure against mistakes and delays, cor
respondents will please write U...r names and
placesef residence plainly, giving number of
Postoffice box or Street, and Town, County and
AH communications connected with the Dls
tributien and Orders for Tickets should be ad-
(IUC39CU IAJ A.. .. mm .saw ...., .vu....-wu-,
nal Building, Louisville, Ky., or 3U7 nnd 309
I Broadway. New Yerk. m31TuThftSftw
JtOBES, BLANKETS, JtC.
AOL7.S CIGAR BOX MANUFACTORY.
Weliavft Htnrtml n. new t'lcm-r lln-r Vannfnn.
tery nt Ne. 241 North Queen street, and are
"e prepared te fill ail orders at the shortest
n'etlce. As we have all the latest Improved
rjiachincry we will make as fine a box as can
be had In the country. Glve us a call.
BECHTOLD ft Ce.,
Ne. 241 North Queen Street.
)e2-tfd Lancaster, Pa.
"VTO'TICE TO FISHERMEN.
Fist'ing- Tackle in every variety, Bamboo,
Cane and Weeden Jointed Reds, Lines, Sink
ers, Floats. Heeks, Ac.
A call solicited. Prices low.
ANDREW G. FUEY'S
Cor. N. Queen and Orange Streets,
10-lytX Lancaster, Pa.
ION lF THE BUFFALO BEAD.
ROBES! ROBES H
I have new en hand the lamet,Btaiid
CHBAPXSTABSORTKairr of Lined and Uniined
BUFFALO ROBES in the city. Alse LAP
AND HORSE BLANKETS of every descrip
tion. A full line of
Trunks and Satchels,
Harness, Whips, Cellars,
49-Repalrlng neatly and promptly done.-et
108 North Queen St.,
JAMES BROWN, DEALER IN STOCKS
and Bends, 64 and 66 Broadway. N ew Yerk,
Operations en margin and by means of privi
leges. Information furnished en all matters
T COAL MAIL ARRANGEMENTS.
HOURS FOR CLOSING THE MAILS.
BY RAILROAD. Nnw Yerk throueh mail
720 a m, 1220 p m, 4:15 p m and 1120 p m.
Wat Mail, east, 7:30 a ni.
GeROOirriixn, Downlngtewn, Leaman Place,
Gap 6 pm.
Pbiladrlpmia through mall. 720 and 8:45 a
in., 1220, 4:15 und 1120 p m.
Pittsburgh and west, 120 and 1120 p in.
Hariusbcke Mail, 1020, a m, 120, 5:15 anil 1 1:30
Wat Mail, west, 1020 a m.
Baltimer amd Wabmimoteh, via Philadel
phia, 4:15 p m.
Baltimore am Wauhotem, via Yerk, 1:30 p
Balttmerb amd Wasbimstew, vlallarrlsburg,
Ceatssvills. 4:15 d m.
Columbia, 10:33 a m, 120 and 5:15 p in.
Yerk amd Yerk wat, 120 and 1120 p in.
Nektukrv Csstbal, 10:30 am, 120 and 1120 p
Rxadihe. via Reading and Columbia R R, 720
Rradihs, via Harrisburg, 6:15 and 1120 pm.
Rbadihe wat. via Junction, Lititz, Manheim,
East Uempfleld and Ephrata, 3 pm.
Quarryvillm, Camargo, Kefton, New Provi
dence, West Willow, Lfine VaUey and Martins
ville, 9:45 a m, aad 540 p m.
Nxw UoLLAiie, Churchtown, Grecnbauk
Blue Ball, Goedvllle, Beartown, by way et
Downlngtewn, at 720 a m and 6 pm.
Savm IIarber, via Columbia, 1020 a m.
BY STAGE MiUersviUe and Slackwater. te
L Sate Harber, daily, at 4:00 p m.
xe juniors vine, anu iiyu a m, anu 4 pm.
Blnkley's Bridge, Leacock, Bareviife, Nev
Helland, 220 p m.
Willow Street, Smithville, Buck, Chestnut
Level, Green, Peters' Creek, Pleasant Greve,
Reck Springs. Fairmount and Kewlandsvllle,
Md, daily, at 7 a m.
Lendis Velley, Oregon. West Karl. Farmers,
vllle, Hinklctewn, Terra HU1, Martindale,
daily, at 220 pm.
Fertility, Lampeter and Wheatland MlUs. t
Stresburg, dolly, ut 4 p m.
Greenland and Soudersburg, te Pamdlse
dally, ut 4 p m
Neflsvillc, daily, at 4 p m.
New Danville, Concstega, Martlcvlllc, Cele
manvllle. Mount Nebo. Rawllnsvllle, Bethcs.ia
and Liberty Square, daily, at 220 p m.
WHEN OPEN FOR DELIVERY.
ARRIVING BY RAIL. Eastern mail, 7 a in
1020 a ra, 3 and 6:30 p m.
Eastern way mall, 11:30 a m.
Western mull, 7 and 10 a m, 2 and 620 p in.
Reading, via Beading and Columbia, 220 p
Western way mall, 820 a m.
Reading way mall, 1020 a m.
Quarry vllle Branch, 8:15 a m and 4 pm.
ARRIVING BY STAGE. Frem Sale Harbe
and MulersvlUc, at 9 a m, dally.
Frem Mlllersvllle, 7 and 9 a m, and 4 p in.
Frem New Helland, at 920 a m, dally.
Frem Rewlandsvllle, Md, at 220 p in.
Reading way moil, at 1020 a m, dally.
Frem Stresburg, at 920 a m, dally.
Frem Paradise te Lancaster, 10 a m, daily
Frem Ncffsvllle. at 1 p m, daily.
from itawunsvuiv, at ii am.
DELIVERIES BY CARRIERS.
There are four moil deliveries by letter car
riers each day, and en their return trips they
take up the mnll matter deposited In the letter
Fer the first delivery the carriers leave the
office 'at 620 am: second delivery at 10am;
third delivery at 11 a m ; fourth delivery at 3 p
SUNDAY POSTOFFICE HOURS.
On Sunday the posteffice Is open from Apri
l.te October 1, from 8 te 9 a m, and from 6 te 7
a m ; from October 1 te April .Lf rem 9 te 10 a m ,
and from 6 te 7 e in.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
nt a crr beets, shoes amd lasts
JjiiO X made en a new principle. Insur
ing comfort for the feet.
TIV"VF"C! Lasts made te order.