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LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENflfelt THURSDAY OCTOBER 21. 1880
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THURSDAY EVENING, OCT. 21, 1880.
iiiri: AND DEATH.
O Lire : elteatlt ! Ye dread mysterious twain,
Rallling us from tlie cradle te the bier ;
Phantoms tliat fill our souls v.ltli strange,
Illusive as tlie lernis thai haunt the br.iin
Of the sick raver. (Jitealien we in vain
The leic el all the ages, sage anil seer.
Te answer why ami vv he ye are, ami clear
The clnmW that round you evermore leinain.
Whence come ye? Whither go ye V Xene may
leads man walking in an idle .show
Along the myriad paths or joy and wee
Te vvheic the ether waits te hear away
Thecnlrancliiscd Seul, that chatties t Ocean
Te tin-dim l.iixl vtl-encetii.inicluiiis noineic.
O Life ! O Death! Hew geed ye are ami fair,
As, luminous in the glory el Ged's love,
Yc Maud revealed Ills AngeN lrem above!
Angels we've entertained, though uiiavv.it c,
The janitors that wail our souls te bear
Thieugh either gale el Reing; net te rove
Ungulded. but in course prescribed te move.
Fixed as Un-planets' piths that roll through
In Clm-lVi "dear migl.t," your Lord and outs,
ith liferent coinage, le! thcveil we raise
Ei-; v, rapped aieuud you, and with vvoitiler vveitiler
inggj.e . our solemn beauty undismayed beheld.
Ne met.-dread mysleiies, our souls te -cue,
Mal.ing Lite anily:'.nd Heath De-piir.
I.ile i . no Occpics-, dream, :u poets -ing :
Death is no dieamlc-s sleep, a- sophists .say.
A deeper wisdom tell- u-, brothers they,
Leving, though) u tl until Time .shall bring
Tiictv.aiu together in their join neying,
Tenil no mete, en thatsiipremest day,
When ile.ieii :m. I K.nth and Time sli ill
And Cnilsl -hall lelgn eVi all abGed and King,
Y'l.till they me.-t, there st nut- a third be
A hietln r, likejet nillctiiig iiem each,
And he Ki-ii:..r, wlie-e inis-ien is te teach
What I.ile"-and Heath'- le mj-leiie- may
Till, I. lie'- watel. o'er, we "kill en s-!cp,"ie
Te dt.illile-s Lileth'.eiigh Death- awakening.
Jehn J'lancis Walla:
Farmer and (jardciier.
Advised by t Sic Coruiantevvii Telegraph
'rail in;; in Winter.
Seme heiiiciillitral vviseactcs have lis lis
cevcicil tlial finit raflin can be done in
1 lie winter season nearly as well as in the
s-prinjj, and regard it as u ilihcevciy of vast
inii(il;tJ!ee. We should suppose that, as
this v.etk is by no means agreeable when
the iiu'ictiiy stands below the freezing
point, the iltzee sprnj months, when
gmSting i.isuie ie he successful if done
with any device of c:ue, would be ample
time for the I.tlser te be purfejmed, even
in the most extensive nuiscries. These
who nuy like it and ate willing ie run the
lis!: of winter gi.ifting, will of course ex
ercise (heir or, n wish about il : but we
would surest ie these who li.r.e valuable
apples iir pc.ir.s ih.it they ate anxious te
Iitonegnle, te adhere te the mie f:ivei.ibIe
season for ileing the weil:.
Cities anil Hemes.
r..i:iic leivnt vvtilcrs for peiiedicals in
Louden and New Vek seek te convey the
impression that in modem civilization
home life with all it,s peculiar values and
associations, is ceuiiued te the l ur.il ilis ilis
tiiclsei'ihe country and net t be found
in popular cities. In our judgment this i
a very sheit.si-;hled view ie Like of the
i.tatter. The nuul life of France i; inaik
cd by the a'iei.ttien of the fanning popu
lation in towns and villages from which
the f.tt-u l.theuM.; ;e feilh te weik in the
fields, returning home at night. Such a
system as lh.it naturally produces a ten
dency l' th j iteetili.il' remuiuiiitnri.iu sort
of life th.it distinguishes P.nis, Jirusscls,
JJeiHii ;: 1 Vienna. Originally Londen
w.is niiir of a home city than any of the
continental capitals, and it" still has a
larger piojieition of house; than any ethei
gi.Mt, ei! .-in the weild, ewept I'hiladel
phi i. New Yerk h.is copied all the wei.-l
phas"s of the social organization of the
Jaiepe.in capitals, while Philadelphia
.stands ap.ut and distinct as a eitj' of
heines. It nny fairly be said that iiir.il
life in the intetier of Xevv Yerk or Etig
laud has no mere of :i home character than
dome-lie life in Philadelphia.
ieme time since we p tinted te the fact
that Switr-eiLinil had nude such rapid
pregtcs-, in the a:t of cindensing milk,
that the sjre.it city of Londen was new
almost wholly supplied by miik from the
Swiss cantons, te the utter driving out of
'puie milk," which was found unable le
cemjiete with it. This pteved an utter as
tenisher te the Hi It i-.lt, who as a mle have
a contempt for any idea stalled by "foi "fei
cigncr.V being generally satisfied that the
ways and customs handed down te them
from their gloiieu- ancestors in the geed
old limes of England, ate as near perfec
tion as anything human can be. I5ut the
condensed milk idea has been loe much
for them. They had the same chance as
the Swiss te perfect the idea, but thev
weie sine enough there was nothing in it,
a'nl thus the Svvir eventually wen.
The si slein has been started at scvcial
points in this country, and it will probably
spicad, should the cicimcry .business net
abseib all the sutplusmilk. It is a clear
resei I from any everplus being returned
upon the hands of farincis. Uy it the citi
zens will get a purer article, though net
pcihaps ipiitc an equal te the original ar
ticle; and it will be cheaper, while the
milk-raiser will have the market meie un
der his control, as well as a profitable out
let for the surplus. It is mere than likely
our agricultural friends will have some
difficulties with it at fust- They had w ith
their butter factories; but they have tri
umphed ever all these, and their factory
butter is equal te any in the world. They
will no doubt have the .wine final success
in their milky eil'eit. We heartily wish it
l'l.iiilin Cut ISulbs.
Seme diiectieur. as te time, soil, etc., in
the setting out of bulbs, we punted re
cently. Peihapsit will he of service te
some te leant the depth which some of our
leading lleiiculluiists plant the different
kinds of bulbs. They say thathvr.cinths.
large lillics ami p:eenias should be set four
inches from the crown; ciewn imperials
and pelyanthus-narcissus live inches ;
tulips, double narcissus, jonquils and cgi'
chicums three inches; bulbous iris, crocus,
small 1'ritell.tiies. gl idielus-byzantimus
and snowdieps two inches; ranunculus
and anemones one inch. The bed should
be protected in winter with straw, hay,
loose manure or spent tan, which of course
is te be removed in the spring ami the up
per soil carefully stirred and pulverized.
These who will net give due attention te
their bulbs must net leek for perfect llovv llevv
eis and plenty of them.
The bulbs of the gladiolus should or
course be Liken up in the fall, or rather as
soeu as the leaves are dead. Like the hy
acinth it must be :cplantcd annually, but
iu the spring instead of fall ; and if set out
at iuteivalsef from one te two weeks it
will te the same extent have its season of
blooming prolonged. Tulips we take up
only once in Ihtcc or four years; and
snowdrops only when we dcsiic te have t! e
Iu keeping bulbs ever winter they should
be placed iu a cellar en a shelf or scaffold,
jest as they arc taken from the ground,
and protected against rats and mice, or
they can be covered with dry sand. A
cellar with a heater iu itVill be tee warm
and cause them te sprout befeie the win
ter is ever : they should be put in a cold
one, but where they will freeze.
Up te the 20th of November bulbs can
be set out. Seme defer it te spring. Hy
acinths, pxenias, crown imperials, &c,
arc far the best planted in the fall.
Clese t'enilnemcnt. careful attention te all
factory work, gives the operatives pallia faces
peer appetite, languid, mi-erable feelings,
peer bleed, inactive liver,Uldney and urinary
tieublcs, and all the physicians and medicines
In the world cannot help them unless they get
out doers or u-c Hep IJlltcrs, made et the
purest and best remedies, mid especially for
such cesca, having abundance et health, sun
shine and rosy cheeks In them. Nene need
sutler if they vv ill use them t leely. They cost
but u tt Hie. See another column.
If you sec a lady drop her glove and a gen
tleman by the bide of her, kindly telling her
te pick it up. you need net hesitate in forming
an opinion that they are married, and if you
see a man or woman's face all covered with
blotches and pimples, you must net hesitate
but tell them te use Spring lilosseuts. Prices :
.VJ cents ; trial bottles 10 cents. Fer sale by II.
IS. Cochran, Druggist, 137 and 13'l North Queen
street, Lancaster. 1'a. l.'t
A Werd te Our Header.
When you icad of a remedy that will cure a
diseases, bewateefit; but when you read of a
pine vegetable compound which claims te
cure enlv certain paitsel the body, and fur
nishes high proet that it does this you can
safely try and witlt the assuiauee that it will
help you. This is just what Warnei's Safe
Kidney and Liver Cure does. It elites all
troubles et the lower portion et tlie body and
none ethci-. It will net help tlie toothache,
earache nor consumption, but it will put enr
body in a v i-joreus and healthy slate where
you can enjoy lite and appreciate its geed
thnigs. Tiyit. 2
Seme young surgeons when accidents happen.
In order their gteat skill te show.
Cut the leg off close te the thigh.
When they enlv should cut oil the tee;
Like cutting oil a deg's tail by thecals,
Or the skinning uliv e et the lreg,
if- all v cry w ell as a surgical ea-e,
Hut devilish tough en the deg.
"f is iu itch better by far w hen yen'ie wounded.
Or liav e either Cut. liruisc or iiui n.
Te Ilnd KelcUrie Oil is the very best thing.
Ami il won't take you long se te learn.
Jicleclrir Oil I'untfruplirr.
Ter sale by II. :. Cochran, druggist, l.'iTaud
i:?i Neithliiicenstieet LancaMcr. 1'a. 10
Ilieacriiniultted evidenc el neatly Unity
ye.iissliew that the Hit tei s i-aeei l:iin remedy
iermal in il di-e.L-e,as well as lis surest pre
ventive; tli.il it eradicates djspej.sia, con-ti-palien,
liver (eiupl.tiui anil nerveusiie-s,
counteracts a tendency te gout, i heiiuiatism,
uiinaiyaiid tilciincdi-enlei, that it imparts
Vigorle tin leelile. ami chceis the mind w Idle
it invigorates the body.
Fer -ale bv all Drugi-lsand Dealers gener
vi:uvim:, ei: toxic srixiricA.
1 A 150ON TO ISOTII SKXKS.
A UKMKDY WITHOUT A RIVAL (or all
di-ea-esaiising I tout Xerv en-Debility, Sexual
IH-mdcts, ever Indulgence (.1 Vicious Habits,
as well a- lietu the pte-lratiiiu et old age. its
curative properties in violent and chronic
tonus el the loUewingili-e.tscs h.ve been at
tested teby the most Kmineut Physicians:
Dyspepsia, sell Abuse, Headache, Di..ine-s.
Sexual Lxhau-tien, spciniatoriheM, (Jeneral
Debility, linpeteney, l'icmatuic Decay, A.e.
It hai been in use 1. ir ever forty yeai.-, and
is te-day the most popular lctncdy for the disease-
above mentioned in the We'ULD. It cut
be used v. itheut icg.ird te diet, is pleasant in
liLste, and better than all, il is a sine, ..uc and
ceitain cuie. It is no quack medicine, but
Hlaiuls upon its own merits, as any tii.il wil
amply demonstrate. Since ltu; this remedy
has always been -old for a in lull larger price
than that lei'vihich it is new sold; but owing
te the act tli.it the lime for the payment ei
un enei itieiis loyally upon its mauiilaeturelias
epueil, ttiselleicd te the .siilleitug et both
sexes at one dollar per package, se as te be
within the ii achel all; at which pike it will
I eseutteauyaddiess tree el Ittrihfr charge.
DR. WILLIAM YOUNG,
! ; Spi uce Stn el, Philadelphia.
Maj be tec-uUcd e.i all disc.i-es by mai:.
Brandy as a Medicine.
The fellow Ingaillile was velunlailly .sent te
Mr. II. i:. Mayiiiaker, Agent ter KeigatiV Old
Wine Mete, by a pieiniueiilpraclising physi
cian e: this county, who has extensively used
the Jiitindy tclciTcd te in his regular practice
It i- commended te the attention et the-c nt
Indigestion and Dyspepsia.
BRANDY AS A MEDICINE.
This new much abused Alcoholic Stiinui tut
vv.istmver intended :ls a beverage, bill te be
Uscdasaiiu'dicinuefgrcat petenev in the cure
et some id the desttuclive diseases which
sweep aw ay Iheiriinnual tlioiisanilsef victims.
vv un a purely plillantlitepic un. live we pic
sent te the favorable notice el invalids espe
cially these alllicted with tli.it miserable ills.
ea-! Dyspep-i.i, a specilie re !y, which ii
lielliiii'; mine ur less lli.lil
1 he aged, with feeble appetite and mere or
le-s di bilily, will find this simple medicine,
when used prenc-ily,
A Sovereign Remedy
or all their ills and aches. Un il, however
-It Icily understood that we preset ibe and use
but one ai ticle. and lli;:ti.s
KEIGAKT'S OLD BRANDY,
Sold by our enterprising young liiend, II K
JsLAY-MAKL'i:. This llrai.dy has steed the
test for jeiirs, and has never failed, as tat
as our epeticiiee e.tends, ami ve theret.ue
give it the prctcteiicc ever all oilier ilrandies,
iiematterv.ith hew many l.iw-hrcnkingFicucli
titles they are brauded. Ouc-!eiiilh of the
iiieney that is ye.it !y threw n away en vat ions
impotent dvspepsia -pi-cities would sullicc te
buy all the brandy te care any such ca.-e or
use. luptoetol the curative nonerset
Rcigart's Old Brandy,
In reuses- of Dyspepsia, we cm summon unm
hers et witnesses one c-Lse in particular we
A hard-wet king fanner had been aillicted
with an exhaustive Dyspepsia ler a number ei
jcara; his stomach would reject almost every
Llml ill fiwiit - in. l'.;if! emu iiiu.filiniiii ....
atantlv iieannelite in fact, he wa-eliliireil in
testiiclhis diet te cracl.cis ami stale bread,
and as a beverage he u-cd MeUraiiu's Ueut
Ilecr. He is a .Methodist, and then, aslimv,
pre4ic.hed at times, and iu his iliceitrses often
declaimed earnestly against all kimlscd slieng
di ink. When advised te try
Seigart's Old Brandy,
In his case, he looked up with a-tenishniciit,
but alter hciing et its wonderful ellccLs in
the eie-es el t-emc e! his near aeciuaintances, he
at l.tst consented te fellow our advice. He
used the llrandy l.iilhiully and i-tcailily; the
lii.st bottle giving him an appetite, ami befeie
the second v. :is taken be vi as a euiul tnan,vv it h
a stciinaeh capableei iligestliiKuny thinK vvliich
licjehosetec.it. Hestii! keeps it and uses a lit
tle occasionally; ami since lie has this medi
cine he has been et very little pecuniary bene
tit te the doctor. A Piiactisiae Piivmcian.
II. E. SLAYMAKER,
ficigaifs Old Wine Stere,
Kslabltshcd In 1?S5,
iiu-eirriitt ajci DKALbit in
FIXOI.I EUANDIKs. SIIEiMMKS . sllfK.
1HOKOI.1) MADEIUA, (Imported in isls',
1827 and 1S2S.) CHASll'AUXr.S )
KVKIIY liUAXI), SCOTCH AI.K
reitTKi:, r.uewx stout.
Ne. Hil KAST KINU ST.. LANC'ASTKK.
nun una .
en Fall Clethes.
Yeu are thinking of your clothing
for fall ; what it shall he ; hew and
where you shall get it.
Come and Srrc Us.
Come and sec us, or drop us a line,
sayiug what you want, as near as yen
can. If yeuarelieic, you can see for
yourself a great variety of things, try
en what you like, ami go home with
the old clothes in a bundle. That is
very easy ; ami nothing cut be mere
Net a Stkaxet. Place.
It isn't as if you wcre going te a
strange place. The chances are you've
been here before, and knew something
of our ways. Perhaps your neighbor
has been here ; and has told you it
was a (reed place te go te. Perhaps
you've only read that we sell a geed
many clothes, and say te people who
buy them : Bring them back if you
don't find them every way te your
New this is really why me are net
strangers te anybody; because we
deal with everybody as with a neigh
bor; and expect him te come light
back if he has cause of complaint.
Ik you Don't Come.
lint, suppose you don't come. Hew
are we going te sell you just what you
want te buy, without your seeing
things beforehand ? Try; wiite; say
about hew much you want te pay for a
business suit, dicss suit, overcoat, or
whatever you want ; say what your
occupation is ; say anything that has
any bearing en what we eugh te send
you. It will net lake us two minutes
te guess what you want ; if we don't
mess right, that's our less, net yours.
Have Yelmi Own Way !
Perhaps you want your clothing
made te your measure. Did you sus
pect that we make te measure a half half
miUieu dollars worth of clothing
every vcar for people we never saw
and never expect te sec ? Yeu may be
very certain that we have a way of do
ing such work without much risk of a
misfit ; for a misfit, you knew, comes
right back te us. AVc are pretty care
ful about making blunders when
we've get them all te make geed.
Oui: Way :
Our way of doing business is te
make the buyer welcome, at the out
set, te all the advantage and all the
guarantee he can ask for.
WANAMAKER & BROWN.
.SKlhaiid Market Miects.
All ill want of Fine or Fancy Cabinet Werk
would de well te call ami examine specimens
et our work.
OFFICE FURMTURK A SPECIALTY.
15Knat lilng Street.
I1-IHH.KSA1.K AKU KKTAII..
LE VAN'S FLOUK
Ne. 227 NOUTII PUINOE STREET.
Without a doubt furnish the FINEST IX
STltUSIKNTSin the Market. Warcroents 3;e
North Queen street. Manufactory in the lear.
ISrancli Ullice, 15)$ East King Street.
Alex. McKfflips, Proprietor.
J??.FEn.U?r Incastcr County for
IIICKEUIXG& SOX'S Celebrated
A Full blue et Sheet and ether Music, Small
Instrument. Violins, llanjes, Kami Instru-1
menta, Ac.ulways en liand. tl.'HydS&lyw
NEW GOODS FOR THE FALL TRADE, AT
LADIES, for New, Desirable and Cheap Embroideries, Rufflings, Cotten Trimmings, Ruchinga, Black Silk Fringes, Satins,
Black and Colored, Silks, Buttens, all Kinds, Corsets, Kid and Lisle Thread Gloves, Hosiery, &c., call at GUNDAKER'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.
WE CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION OUR E OF
Ladies' and Children's lerine "Underwear,
all Sizes and Qualities, in Scarlet and White. Infant S.ixeny Weel Shifts. Hand Ivuit, with Hijjh Necks and Lenjr Sleeves.
New Lines or LADIES' and CHILDREN'S HOSIERY, ynv Line:; of LADIES' and MISSES FELT SKIRTS. New
Lines of LADIES' and MISSES' SHAWLS. New Lines of
LADIES' COATS AND DOLMANS.
New Lines of BLACK THIBET and
ct LOWEST PRICES.
G-IVLEE, BOWEKS & HUEST,
25 East King Street, Lancaster, Pa..
HOOKS AN It bTATlOXUKY.
ter Lanctster City and County, at
L. M. FLYNN'S
Ne. 42 WKST KIM STKKKT.
Ne. 32 East King St., Lancaster, Pa.
Si'lioels of Lancaster City,
NEV7' AND SECOND-HAND.
At tlie I.OT ruiCKS.Rt Hie lleelr Stoic of
JOHI BAM'S SOIS,
15 and 17 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
vk te i:uvi:ks.
ItEAL ESTATE CATAL0UUE
Fer OCTOKia:. is new ready ler
i:aiuiue it lielete buying a liemc.
IIKUR & STAUHKt:,
e-3lis,TA.VK 3 Xertlt Dnke btrepl.
I.AVi:i:XCK KXA1M'.S Cia.KISUATKI) AXI)
WKI.Ii K.NOWX lHCAUtJIITAI.il.
is new icaily for consumers, vvlielc-aleand
Ileir.i."., UEST.vrnvTs ami 1'uivatk Famimkh
can lie supplied vtitlt this vvliolc-eniu and
neiiri-ilihi;; lnjvei'.i;e. All orders will receive
piinetual attention and deliverances made at
s'iei t neliee. Call or address
Xe. It.! Kast KinMreet,
eellt-Imd Jniestcr, l'a.
TO UIMiWALT'S I-'tli;
MONOXtiAUELA PUKE HYE.
Ke OAKDALK lMIRi: RYE WHISKY. 0.1 per
eetit. Alcohol, and the iiiviKor.itiiiTeuic Hair
l.i(inil, aim the
Best Sugars, Coffees, Teas, &c,
All at Xe. 233 WEST KIXC STiiKET.
('It A VOX J'OJITItAlT AUTIST,
SKJN ANU ORXAME.NTAli l'AI.NTIM.',
1 WEST KIXC STREET.
X The annual meeting et the stockholder
et the Lancaster and Williaiiistewn Turnpike
Read Company ler the purpose ei electing
efllcets for the ensuing year, will be held at
Finney's hotel, Xerth Queen street, in the eitv
et Lancaster, en MONDAY, XOVEMRER I,
ls). between the benis of 11 and 12 o'clock.
nclTutileavv .!. M. LOXG, Scet.
MRS. C. LILLEB,
Man titactui-erand Healer in Hair Werk, Ladies
anil Cents' Wiirs Combings straightened and
matte te order. Hair Jewelry et all Kinds made
up. Alse. Kid (.Hevesaiiil Featherseleaneiland
djed, at Xes. 2i1 and7 Xetth (jiteen street,
lour doers above 1. R. R. Depot. el-llmd1
IlOOTit AX11 SItOES.
Xe. HO Xertlt Queen nlreet ler the (Jlieapi
-t llOOTn AXD. SHOES.
Sign of Ihe i:i-'SIiee.
KOOTS. SHOES AXD LAST.-,
made 011 a new principle, instil
ing comfort for the feet.
Lasts made te order.
UI East King sttcel
I. AD IKS AKU GENTS
Ii you want a
GOOD FITTING BOOT OR SHOE,
Rea',y-iiiaile or made te order, call at
Xe. 105 North Queen Street.
Custom Werk a Specialty. ie-JiU&Wttd
New Lines of HKST
A new icein and elegant stock. A full line of
in Celd and Silver C,.i:c at tlie l.OWIJST
Jewelry, Diamonds, Bronzes,
the licit iu tlie ueild.
OUR MANUFACTURING DEPARTMENT
isai peiuinVff :i4:tnv in tln l:ii'L'er eilin. Vi inritnil:ictiiri IJiiiLi. Masenie Marks. Society
I'iiii, .lewuliy el all kind-, Di tiiiend .Mounting
,A!ONO(;i:..M.MI.(; and l'nte.leiveliy ttttil Waleli rcpiiirtti'fnsiicci.ilty. All vvetk vvarranted
Call auiti'ainiue our vtiit'l; and leaver our tcn.iirin; with
Zaluns CenM'r, Laiifaster, Pa.
11 A 1.3. j'AJ'JiMtt, .tr.
1: AJtr: ei't'.i:is; im: eni.v
Extension Window Cornice
ever inaniir.tctuied. II is jiet feet in it- 'on 'en
struetinn, simple and li.iudy te adjust and
vety elte.tp. It can lie ululated te fit any 01
nary v iuilew ly iiteaus et a thumb -crew, mid
ean'lm adjust ed train one loot te live feet wide.
"They ate niadeel ljInc!i Walnut leiildin
et a Xevv I'al tern, ami vm: have them in eiht
dilleient tjle-. Cmueand see them.
III Walnut, Ash and lllxiny, Ilinls, liins and
IJr.it Lets complete.
ni'Diais tam:n' rei:
PIER AKD MANTEL MIRRORS.
Ol'KMXll KAI.I. STVI.I.S OF
PHARES W. FRY,
Ne. 57 NORTH QUEEN ST.
KinSEY AXJ 1.1 VV.R cunt .
$1.25 PER BOTTLE.
A Positive Remedy for ALti Kid
ney, Livei and Urinary Troubles of
both Male and Female.
"It saved my life."., il. LtiLrli, .Sdmii,
"It is ihe remedy tli.it will cute the many
diseases peculiar te 01ne11." Mether's Mnif'i
zinc. " It has passed severe leslsaini wen endoise endeise
nients trem sonic et the highest medical talent
in the country." Xcw Yerk World,
"Xe remedy heicloleie diseevered t-.m be
held ler one moment iu enmp.11 i-en v itli it."
C. ..I. ilnrrc;i, 1. IK, Wuilunglen, IK V.
This (Jreat Xatitral Keinctly is for Sale
5y llnisirgisls in al! Paris el" the World.
TRY IT AM) TAKE 0 OTlIEIJ.
H. H. WARNER & CO.,
AIUi.IXS FOR KVKKYROI1V.
KAUE CHANCE IN CARPETS,
Positive sale, te Reduce Stock of
AT AND ISELOW COST.
Call and satisfy yourself. ANe, In-
and Chain Carpetsitiaiiiiestendlcss variety
H. S. SHIRK'S
203 WEST KING STREET,
ATTtVllXEY.'.-A T-LA '
izkx::y a. i:i:.iiv
Attorney and Cou;iseller-a:-L!w-
21 l'ark Rew. New Yerk.
Collections made in all parts cd the Unite!
Slates, and a general legal inisiness transacted
Uc.ters bv tierinissieti tu Steinman & ilensee
Warner s Safe
QUALITY BLACK CREPE VEILS. All
,1 Utt' JH.KV, Jte.
CASH l'KICKS. lieautilitl vvcddins gifts in
Silverware, and French Clocks.
and any special or 0.I1I pieces in any desired
EDW. J. ZAHM.
Wholesale and lletail Dealer in all kinds of
LUM liKi; AND COAL.
3-1 an! : Xe. 120 Xertlt Water and 1'rince
street-, above Lemen. .Lancaster.
COAL! COAL! COAL! COAL
Ce.il et I lie llcstyualitypilt up expressly
t-ir tamily use, and at tins low
est market pi lees.
THY A SAMPLE TON.
- VAKll ISO SOUTH WATKtt ST.
in ."l-lid rillLll SCIIUM, SOX CO.
IOA1.! COAL! COAL!!!
We have constantly en liand all the le-t
grades et COAL that arc in market, which we
are selling as low a.s any yard in the city.
Call and get '"tr prices before buying l.e
YVtiere. M. F. STEIGERWALT & SON,
si7-lyd 'J3I NORTH WATER STREET.
C0H0 & WILEY,
X.-,0 SOUTH HATJ-JK ST., Lancaster, l'a..
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
LUMBER AND GOAL.
Connection With tlie Telephonic Exchange.
Ilraneh Othce : Ne. A XORTH DUKE ST.
1 0 TO
REILLY & KELIxER
(JlOOl), CLEAN FAMILY COAL,
and all ether kinds of Ceal. Quality and
iiantity guaranteed. Manure by the ear lead
at Philadelphia stock yard prices.
Yard, ilarrisburg I'ike. i
Otliee, Myx East Chestnut stni.t. s ausIT tld
Fer goeil, tle.tit Family and till ether kind
et COAL go te
(juality and Weight guaranteed. Orders re
Ol'J'ICK: S Kast King Street. YARD:
(ilK North Prince Street.
Ult'T VltA lllXUh.
25th Popular Monthly Drawing
COMMONWEALTH DISTRIBUTION CO.
At Mncauley'.s Theatre, in the City or Leui
SATURDAY, OCT. 30th, 1880.
THESE DRAWINGS, AUTHORIZED RY
THE LEGISLATURE OF 18W AXD S)U
TAIXED I'.YTHE COURTS OF KENTUCKY,
occur regnlatly en the LAST DAY' OF EVERY
MONTH, Sundays and Fridays excepted, for
the period of FIVE YEARS.
Tl-e United States Circuit Court en March 31,
rendered the following decisiens:
1st That the Commonwealth Distribution
Company in legal.
ai Its draw Ingsare fair..
X. IS. This Company has new en hand a
large u-scrve fund. Read the list el prizes for
x jiritia Jiw t
Jli lZt l),"U
10 prizes $l,000eacu 10,000
20 prizes 500each 10,000
HW prizes, ?100 each 10,000
200 prizes 50 each 10,01X1
M) prizes 20 each 12,000
1X) prizes lOeaeh 10,000
'J prizes .UU eacu, approxiuiatten prizes m,tw
.) prizes 200 each, " " 1,800
'J prizes 100 each.
Whole tickets. ; hair tlckeUs. l ; 27 tickets
150 ; 55 1 ickcts, 100.
Remit liyMencj- in Letter, by Rank Draft or
Express le K. M. HOAKDMAN, Cotirier-Ieur-nal
Ituilillng, Louisville, Ky., or :!07 and 309
Rteadwav. cw Yerk. uClTuTliASAw
Rrick-riet ami l'ertable
HEATERS and RANGES
SiVrtzer, Uumplircville & Kiefl'er's
40 EAST K1XG STREET.
T ANTASTI'lr ".-i i. .n....... .. ..
JJ Cars ran as fellows :
iistnTrT ?xs !i 9.
satunlay, when the last car leave it a:J0p.in.
if . 1 1 V.-Ti v v' --u ai , , ami
, SI., and 1, 3, 5 anil 7 p. ni.
Cars run ihiilv nn almi-n tlm. ... ..
r COLUMBIA AND FORT DEPOSIT K. It
anil Fert Deposit Kallreail en the fellow in a
TAT10S9 XeETtt Eipress. Express. Aectia.
WARn. a. Jt. r. 3i. r. m.
Pert Deposit, I P.."" Sua iw
Peachbotteui T:li ivii ;::im
Safe Harber. 7:59 5:W. son
Columbia.. $:30 5:35 t3)
St A.T1053 Seuth- Express. Express.t A ccem.
W.Kl. a.. p.m. I A. je.
Columbia. 10:53 t;.-J0 ZM
Safe Harber. 11:23 r.:l! .x9Mi
p.m. p. sf. Im 9:441
Peachbotteui 1-07 7:3i n.07
Pert Deposit liCi S.05 1'is"
AIJt,U&T2Ki 1), trains en the Pennsylvania
Railroad will arrive and leave the I. .111 cast or
and Philadelphia depot as follews:
rast J. inc.. ..... ......
Yerk Aeceie. Arrives;
Dillerville Aecem. Arrives,
Frederick Accem. Arrives,
la 11 f.sr.
li-Si) a.m. SKOa.v.
73J " IwlO
!:(W ' ll:in "
.S:00 " ItWO "
II:5l " 2:lil p.m.
2.:ai"p.i. .':!." "
4:(W " 7ri "
5-: " 7iAl "
tl:2; " S-M
0:10 " ll.ft "
Iliw " -iiOA.lt
Mail Train Xe. I,v i.i M I..I ey.
Mail Train Xe.2,vi.i Cel'bia,
Niagara A Chicago Express
Sit nday Mail,....".
Dillerville Lm.-al.via M t.Jey
Ilarrisburg Aecommeil. ifn,
Pacific Expnx , east, en Mitulav, when tlag
gcil, will step at Middlelevvn, Eliabethtevvn
.. i lAiieiisviiie, isirii-iii-iianil, Lenta
1iccVl,a.p' llri?-:. l'arkesburg, foate:
villi. iVib iniliimli! .... w ....1. "
"-,"""" " uitll ,IV1I.
titst Line, west, en bunday.vvlien flagged,
will step titDowniiigtewii.Coatesville. P.irkes'
Hanoveraccetntnodation west, eenneetin-' -it
Lancaster with Niagara and Chicago Express
at 11:03 a. 111., will run through te Hanover
Frederick Accoiiimeilatioii, west, eon netts at
Lancaster, with Fast Line, west, at 2:10 p m
and will rim through te Frederick.
ARRANGEMENT OpTIv.sbENt.ER TRAINS.
MAY 10th, 1$i.
A.M. P.M. P.M.
: .... 2:.'!T
.S.IO l:()il 3-J10
-" IM 3:10
HWfi 3:2il 5..VI
A.M. A.M. P.M.
1:.M ll:.V, il: 10
'J: 10 'iie S:20
aSEI 2M :10
VM .... .S.20
HMO .... 0:25
Trains connect at l.'eading w it h ;
Irem Philadelphia, Pottsville. liar
ieiltew 11 unit New Yurlr vi t Itniitnl t-.wu.L.
At Columbia with trains found from Yerk,
Hanover, Uettysbnrg, Freilcrjck and italti italti
mere. A. M. WILSON, Supt.
Ne.lS9 NORTH QUEEN bTREET,ncar P. R.
R. Depot, Idtncastcr, l.u Geld, hilver ami
Nickel-cased Watches, Chains, Clocks, Ac.
Agent for the celebrated l'.uilasceplc .speta
cles and Ej e-Glasscs. Repairing a speeialtj-.
Ware, at Reason
Casters, &c, &c.
Ne. 20 East Klusr Sired, Lancaster, Pa.
SPECIAL ORDERS FOR
Receive most eairful attention.
DEMGV-, AND ESTIMATES SURM1TTED
B. R BOWMAN,
10fi EAST KIN STREET,
Perfection in the quality of Dia
monds cannot be attained "oxcept
by theso who have had a long ex
perience in selectin? and dealing in
the finest stencn.
This experience Bailey, Banks &
Biddle have had for nearly half a
The Diamonds selected for the
present season's business have been
chosen with great care and are un
questionably the whitest' and the
most brilliant te be had-
They range in size from the small-'
est te the largest, affording every
purchaser an opportunity of being
suited both as te size and as te price.
The prices will be found lower
than these of any ether Diamond
MILE BAMS k BIDDLE,
JEWELERS, .SILVER-OIITH., I Jl PORTERS,
12TII AND CHESTNUT STS.,