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LANCASTER DAILY lKTldJAGiSNCEK. WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 3, 1880.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOV. 3, 1880.
Toe Much Telephone.
Detroit Free Press. .
"I guess I liaf te give up my dcleplienc
already, " said an old citizcu of Gratiot
avenue, as he entered tbe office of the
company with a very long face.
" Why, what's the matter new '."'
" Oh Icfcry tings. I get dot delepheuc
in mine house se as I could sphcak mit der
boys in the saloon down town, and mit my
relations in Springwclls, but I liaf te gif it
up. I nefer haf se much dreublcs. "
"Vhel, my pey Shen, in der saloon, he
rings der bell und calls me oepund says an
old frient of mine vhants te see hew she
works. Det ish all right. I say, ' Hcl Hcl
Ieh !' und he says, Come closer.' I gees
closer und helloes again. Den he say,
' shtand a little off.' I shtands a little off
und yells vunce mere, und he says.
' sphcak louder.' I yells louder. It gees
dot vhay for ten minutes und den he says,
'gote Texas, you old Dutchman.' Yeu
"And den meiu brudder in Springwclls
he rings de pell und calls me oep und says
hew I vhasdis eafnings? I says I vhas
feelings like some colts, und he says, ' who
vhants te buy seme goats?' I says 'colts
colts colts I' und he answers, ' Oh !
coats. I thought you said goats !' Vhen
I gees te ask him of he feels better, I
hears a voice crying eudt, 'Vhat Dutch
man's is net en dis line ?' Den somebody
answers, 'I dean' knew, but I likes te
punch his headt !' Yeu sec ?"
"Vhell, semeilimcs my vhife vhants te
shpeakmit me vhen I am down in der
saloon. She rings meiu pell und I says,
Hcllew !' Nopedy speaks te me. She
ring again, und I says 'hclleh !' like duu
dcr ! Den der central office tells me go
aheadt, und den tells me heldt en, und den
tells mcin vhife dot I am gene avay. I
yells out dot ish net se, und somebody
says, ' Hew can I talk if dot old Dutch
mans deant keep shtill !' Yeu sce ?"
"And when I cuts in bedt at night
somebody rings der pell like der house vas
en fire, and vhen I slmmps up and says
hello, I hear somebody saying :
dean' you vhant te puy a deg?'
no deer, und vhen I tell's em
se I hear
some peoples laughing, haw ! haw !
"Und se you dake it eudt, und
somepedy like te shpeak me dcy
come right awav te mcin saloon.
mcin bruddcr's hick he shall get potter,
und if somebody vhants te puy me a deg
he shall come vherc I can lmncli him mit a
Astonishing Cures of Itching, Scaly aud
Scrofulous Humors of the Skin, Scalp
and Ifloed of Children and Infants.
Cittktka Uemkihe.1 are simply elegant te
use. They appi-al te mothers and parents with
great force. Fiem iiitauey te old age they are
equally Miccsfiil, sale ami reliable. 'Cuti
uka, a Medicinal Jelly, arrests ilist-usc, eats
away duad skin ami llcsli, allays lullauuna lullauuna
tien, itching ami irritation, seethes ami heals
Skin Diseases, ami Scalp Affections with Less
et Hair. It reproduce and beautifies the hair.
Cuticuha Ki250L,vr.NT, the great Bleed Purifier,
cleanses, purllic ami eradicates all chronic
amllicrcilitary humors. Cuticuha. Medicinal
Teilkt SeA.r,prcpared from Cuticuka, cleanses,
seethes and heals diseased surfaces, whitens,
freshens ami beautifies the skin beyond alt
praNc. It is an elegantly perfumed Toilet,
llatli ami Nursery sanative.
Children and Infants.
Cha-. Kayre liinkle, Jersey City Heights, N
.!., writes: "My son, u lail et twelve years,
was feuipleti'ly cured et a terrible ease et"
Eczema by the Cuticura Remedies. Frem the
top of his head te the soles of his feel w:ls one
masset scabs. Kvery ether remedy ami physi
cians had been tried in vain."
Fred. Rohrer, em.. Cashier Sleck Growers"
National Hank, Pueblo, Colerado, writes : 1
am se well pleaded with its clleets en my baby
that 1 cannot afford te be without it in my
house. It isa wonderful cuie, ami it i. beum'l
te become very popular a- seen as ils virtues
are known te the masse-."
J. S. Weeks, esq., Town Treasurer, St, Albans,
Vt., says, in a letter dated May 23: " It works
te a charm en my baby's face ami head. Cured
the head entirely, and has nearly cleaned the
face et sores. I imve recommended it te sev
eral, ami Ir. Plant has ordered it for them."
Cuticuha Ukmkdius are prepared by WEEKS
& POTTER, Chemists and DruggKts,:'''.' Wash
ington street, liosten, and aiu ler sale bv all
Druggists. Price et Cuticuha, a Medicinal
Jelly, small boxes, .', cents; large boxes, $1.
Cuticuha Ri-selvi:nt, the new Bleed Puritier,
$1 per bottle. Cuticuha Medicinal TeiLirr
Seap, 25 cents. Cuticuha Medicinal Shaviku
Seap, 13 cents; in bars ler Barbers and large
consumers, 50 cents.
9Q.AU mailed free en receipt of price.
Rapid, Radical, Permanent.
IJcgin at the beginning. Cleanse lliu nasal
passages. Keineve the morbid coats or retting
and dead ti-suc. Werk 'upon these Burlaces
until the living, wholesome membrane is
reached, cleansed, disinfected, seethed and
Med. Tnen you have attacked and removed
litw "Rc-- Meanwhile, by internal adminis-
thft ea ve 1"rem ti,c ''oel the poison it de -
tratien a. "iy pulsation or the heart. When
livers with e. vdeue1Catarrh iscenqucred,
?entUar;lcnret.:fm- --consists of enc het-
SAKFOnD'sIUDICAI. Cc. "e of Cataiihiiai.
tie et the Radical Cuius, one mler, all wrap wrap
SeiVEJrf, and one Improved In. and Dlrec
ped In one packhge, with Treatls. ' -Ask: ler
tiens. and sold by all druggists for . -upletc,
SAirrOHD'S RADICAL CUBE, tllC most CO.. "t III
instantaneous, and economical treatmeu.
medicine. . ,.,-.. ., .-
General Ants.. WEKitHa ryjxxcii.. imsiun
Cellins' Voltaic Electric Wasters.
nheumatism, Neuralgia. Weak and Sere
Lungs. Coughs and Colds, Weak Back.Stemacli
and Bowels, Dyspepsia, Sheeting Pains
through the Leins and Rack, Spasms or I its.
and Nervous, Muscular,andSpinal Affections,
relieved and cured when every ether plaster,
linlmcnu lotion, and electrical appliance talis.
AskTer Cellins' Velataic- Llectkic Plasteks.
Only 25 cents.
Hit. GHEENE has successfully treated ever
1 000 of the most dltllcult chronic (se called) in
curable cases during a nine month's practice.
The most et them had been the rounds of the
leading physicians et Lancaster county.
DR. GREEN Els ready at any time te meet a
remmlttce et the Lancaster County Medical
Society at the Opera Houseer cl-ewhcre te dis-cu-
the merits et Omnipathy and prove its
superiority ever all ether patliics in vogue.
The people are greatly interested and de
mand the fullest Investigation. Invalids arc
every week dying in this county whose lives
could le wived. Is there any subject about
which the irra-scs an: mere concerned than
restoration te hr.t)th, and the prolonging or
Dr. G. originated and Is new t he owner of 29
Medical Pads. He especially warns t lie public
against the iiumcrousceiiiitericlts new offered
the people. , , ,
Dr. Green does an exclusive eflicn business.
Patients who cannot call at his offices must
send full description el atllictlens. Hundreds
of deaths have occurred here in nine months ;
only two In his practice.
Consultations free. Catarrh cured Ter 50
cents. Cure quick for Catarrh sent te any ad
dress for 50 cents.
DR. O. A. GREENE,
Ne, S36 NORTH QUEEN STBKKT,
O-ttUMWF&S Lancaster, Pa.
1 LOCUTION LESSONS IN KLOCUTIO
J and Reading will be given upon reason
able terms, by MRS. EMMA SLIGHTER, a.
433 West Orange strecU Classes will be formed
and also private instructions given. Heur
may be selected te suit pupUs. e2S-lwd
ORPUAX'S COURT HAA.E.
On THURSDAY, NOVEMBER IK, 1880. et
a valuable Chester county farm trf SW ACHES
Convenient te railroads. Geed buildings. Sele
positive. Fer particulars address.
8. E. JUVIN,
Administrator c. U a.
ect 20-itnd Landenberg, Pa.
Until NOVEMBER 17. the two-story Brick
Heuse, Willi kitchen attached. Ne. 118 East
Vinestrcet, let extends te Church strceU Ap
ples, Peaches, and Grape Vine en let, water,
Ac. Inquire at Ne. 19$ Charlette strecU Lan
caster. Pa. ocl7-cedAnovl7
X; A Farm, one mile from the city et Lancas
ter, en the Petersburg turnpike, containing
about one hundred and live acres ; thirty acres
of which is new in fall crops ; privilege te put
out two acres in tobacco. Enquire at Xe. 38
North Duke street or en the premises.
oct'-lOtdeed MBS. JOHN McGKAN'N.
On TIIUUSDAV, NOVEMBEB 11, 1880,
will be sold at public sale at the Grape hotel.
North Queen street, the following described
real estate te wit :
A two-story brick DWELLING HOUSE and
two contiguous halt lets of ground. Ne. 419, en
the north side et Exst King street, in the
city of Lancaster, each of said halt lets con
taining in front 32 feet 1i inches, and
215 leet in depth te a 14-feet wide alley, to
gether with 2 leet C Inches wide in front en
said East King street and of that widtli north
ward te the distance or 45 leet et the adjoining
property en the northwest for the use et an
Possession will be given en April 1, 1881
Part or the purchase money may remain en
the property for oue year, it desired.
Sale te commence at 7 o'clock p. m. et said
day. SAMUEL SHOCH.
Hkmiy SuruEirr, Auct. e23-tsd
Tcn-roemcd, two-story and Mansard roel,
Green Stone Frent Dwellings,
Xes. 129 and 4:53 West Orange Street.
With all the best
ncluding Jenning's improved Londen water
closets, marble-top washstand, improved wall
ed -in range, cellar heater, perleet drainage and
sewerage, deep, dry cellar, white marble base
and steps, &c, &c. Let 22 by 245 feet te a 14-feet
wide alley, front yard 2') feet in depth, inclesed
witli ornamental iron fence.
Fer terms, &c, apply te
JOHN II. METZLER,
aug21-W&StW N e. 8 Seuth Duke Su
"11TV PKOI'EKTY AT PUBLIC SALK.
j On MONDAY , NOVEMBER 8. 1880, will be
sold at public sale at the Cooper Heuse, West
King street, Lancaster, a valuable let of
ground, situate en the north side et West
Chestnut street, between Charlette and Mary
streets, in said city (Ne. 441), fronting en said
Chestnut street 25 leet and extending north nerth
wardlv 201 feet, en which is erected a new two
story llRICK DWKLLINUIIOUSE, with Brick
Back Building aud Frame Summer Kitchen
attached. There arc lour rooms en first
tloer, live rooms en second fleer and
one large plastered room en the third
tloer. There is gas and water np and
down stairs, witli bath room, water closet and
ether modern improvements. There is a cel
lar eleven leet deep, and dry, under the entire
hui?ding,uml a balcony runs the full length of
the back building. This property is located in
one et the most desirable neighborhoods In
tlie city, is in geed condition, and will be sold
en reasonable terms.
Persons wishing te view the premises before
the day of sale, will call en the undersigned,
Sale te commence at seven o'clock p. in., of
said ciay. wnen conditions win ucmauc Known
by MRS. EMMA L. SMITH,
IlEMlV SUUBERT, AUCt. OCt28-tsd
I7Xi:CUTOKS PUIlLiC SALEOFVALUA
ll BLE CITY PROPERTY. On FRIDAY'
NOYEM 1SKR 5, IStjO, will be sold by public sale
at the Franklin Heuse, Lancaster city, Pa.,
the lollewing real estate, te wit:
Ne. 1. A let or ground lrenlinglS feet, mere
or less, en East King street, in said city, and
extending 215 in depth te a lfi-fcct wide alley,
en which is erected a two-story BRICK HOUSE
ilh'n, two-story Brick BackBuihlingattuchcd,
Ne. Sel. Tlie house is conveniently laid out
with Hydrant, Fruit Trees ami ether improve
ments. Ne. 2. A let of ground fronting 23 fest en
Ea-t Orange street, and extending in depth 118
leet te S-teet wide private al,ey, en which is
erected a two-story Brick Heuse, with a two
story Brick Back Building attached. Ne. 447,
with gas through the whole house. Hydrant,
Fruit Trees and ether improvements.
Ne.::. Aiotef ground trenling the same as
Ne. 2, aud the same depth ami same kind of a
house as Xe. 2, ami is numbered 419.
Ne. 4. A let et ground lrentingilO leet en
East Orange street, in said city, aud extending
in depth no loci te a lz-icci wide private alley,
en which is e reeled a two-story Brick Heuse
with aoue-stery Brick Back Building attached.
Hydrant, KruilTrcesand ether improvements,
Ne. 522. Terms easy.
Sale te commence at "o'clock p. in. of said
l;iy, Mhcn conditions of sale will lie made
known by REV. A. F. KAUL.
Executer el the Estate of late Mrs. Daniel Mc-
S a?i'l II Ess & Sen, Aucts. e2J-12td
ORPHANS' COURT SALE OF VKKY VAL
UABLE REA L ESTATE. On TUESDAY
EVENING, NOVEMBER 9. 1SS0, in pursuance
of an enler of the Orphans' Court et Lancaster
county, will be sold at nubile vendue, at the
Cooper Heuse, AVcst King street, in the city of
Ltimcasier, fa., me loiietving real estate, late
el Philip Sclmui, deceased, viz :
All that elegant three-story BRICK STORE
and DWELLING HOUSE and Let or Ground,
situate en the south side of West King street,
between Penn Square and Prince strcet,in the
city el' Lancaster, aforesaid, containing 10 feet.
vy. inches in front, and extending in depth 245
lccl te a 14 leet wide public alley en which it
lias a lrent et width el 04 feet yt inches.
Bounded en the cast by property et Charles
Gillespie ami Geerge M. Steinman, aud en the
west by property et Jehn McCalla.
The Stere Roem is very large and convenient
w ith geed dry cellar under iU The dwelling
parteflhc building isalse extensive and isnew
occupied as a beat ding house. There are
roomy Brick Stables en the said alley, with
large entrance from West King street, capable
of accommodating:! large number of horses.
Alse wagon sheds and carriage houses. The
whole building is drained by sewers connect
ing with the main sewer In West King street,
and a well et never-failing water with pump
therein is in the yard. The whole premises
have lately been thoroughly put in order, the
lrent ami stables newly painted and are new
in excellent condition. This is a very valuable
property, centrally lecatcdund considered one
of the best business stands of the city und wel
worthy the attention of business men and cap
Possession et the store may be given imme
diately if desired. Geed title and possession
given en the rest or the property en April 1st.
Sale te commence at 7 o'clock. r. m.. en said
day. when attendance will be given and terms
made knew n by. JOHN K. SCHUM,
, 11 ess .V Sen,
Administrators, c. t. a,
PUltLIV SALE OF A VALUABLE SUB
URBAN PROPERTY. On TUESDAY,
NOVEMBER 9, at the Cooper Heuse, will be
sold the Beautiful Suburban Property of the
undersigned, containing 5 ACRES, situated
en the Columbia pike, one-quarter of a mile
west of Lancaster, Pa., bordering en and near
te the country places respectively of Dr. J. W.
Ncvin. of the Messrs. Ilagcr. el Nath. EH-
iiiker, esq., una contiguous te Wheatland,
j- icer the late ex-President James Buchanan,
nei- sing tlie advantage of this neighbor
l esje. '.cc elegant lienics of the West End ;
lioetiioi. -orevfcd by its canacieus mansion
and Itself In. -tbuildlngs sheltered by erna-
carriage reads; cemnnnlcuUng wJnnVcfite ami
means el the pike and Ras-lit lnm niciIilJl '
the live minutes waiK re yin,iwe. ,lr",
way ; w:m ns numasBw - " . , 1)rnn.
front with city prepcities near by ; tn. 8.PP;
erly while ettering tne double advanthsei
country and city rarreundings. aller."3 a
levclv home with a growing vaittc.
ti..; ,,iir.,. iiitnina:ihorc20!iernamcntnlan.'
wa'' ; wst h its frontage ei b,j icci en
fruit trees, or the latter there are varieties et .
apples, peaches, pears, plums, cherries, Ac, Jn J
-.;iiMirinfr stiite. and se likewise are the
v,;iti...-irm.' state, and se likewise are tlie
ditlercnt varieties et grapes, currants, rasp
berries, &c. The mansion or brick, with slate
reef, having " southern exposure, containing
20 rooms aud halls, with their complement
of closets and basements with cemented
floors, plastered walls and ceilings, well light
ed anil thoroughly ventilated, is a double to te to
sterled Heu; with well finished attic roen.
Its living rooms and bed chambers ncwl
...1......1 rv...i ........win nmn nnten beautiful)
Verandahs and piazzas with appliances for
,.M,.rv:niTies. The nrincipal haU is entered f,
...,. .. nrtinn that is annroechcd from the
lrent through an avenue of tall evergreen
i . Amemr the modern improvement is
ttUith room supplied with rain water caught
from roer in a boiler iron tank or Best's map
lacture. newly constructed; also a large star
Reynolds' improved Inrnace that heats entire
building, or its outbuildings there is a newly
euiii luihiwu out", "r": w- r, , I;
Stabllii't room for 2 cows, 2 horses and for pigs, )
and a roomy carriage house, immediately xu
the rear et residence is a two-storied brick
slate covered building, adapted lersnmmcr
kitchen, and having upper room for servant.
There are two wefts el excellent water, one
especially distinguished for its supply that has
never shown signs of diminution jluring tlie
longest droughts. .... ,
Persons desirous of inspecting the premises
may call, when a full opportunity for doing se
will lreely be granted.
Sale te commence promptly at 7 o'clock p.
m en said day, when terms and conditions
Nnsnv Snuunrr, AucL ect 2SS& Wt&d
OAK HALL, PHILADELPHIA.
There is a place in Philadelphia
where a stranger may buy his clothes,
and fare as well as if he knew the
whole city by heart ; and if knows
nothing about the value of cloths,
or of clothes, he is as well oil' as
if he were a geed judge of both.
The reason is that everything te
be found there is made there
made and sold under a system
which rarely allows mistakss te
occur, and which corrects them if
they de occur.
Oak Hall is the place, and its
practice may be summed up iu a
few words. If you get thcre what
you don't want te keep at the
price, you return it, and get your
This means a great deal mere
than appears en the surface. It
means that you are net going te
get what you will net want te keep
at the price, if the merchant can
help it. It means that the clothes
you get thcre will be of honest cloths,
honestly made ; and that they will
cost you less than as geed clothes
can be get for elsewhere. It means
that they will be every way better
worth your money than you cau get
elsewhere for the same money.
If it means anything less than these
things if it means peer cloths, trim
mings, cutting, sewing, or iu any way
dishonest or illiberal dealing; the
return of his goods will plague the
merchant, injure his credit and dis
sipate his trade.
If it means these things if it means
liberal aud honerablo dealing, valu
able and trusty clothing, case and
safety in getting it, Oak Hall is the
place for you te go te, or te send
te; and it is worth your while
te knew hew you can send, if it is
inconvenient te go.
Write; say what your occupation
is ; say what sort of use you intend
te make of the clothes you want;
whether for everyday wear or other
wise ; what color you prefer, or what
color te avoid ; say about what you
want te pay ; say everything that
you think may aid a stranger in
cheesing for you. Yeu will get in
reply samples of cloths and prices of
whatever you want made from these
cloths. Yeu will get also the means
of having your measure taken by an
There is only one difficulty left.
Somebody has get te take the risks
of the dealing ; for there are risks.
Send your money along with your
order. That covers the risk as te
your geed faith. We risk everything
else; the fit and your satisfaction
Our trade by mail amounts te half
a million dollars a year ; there's no
reason why it shouldn't amount te
Sixth and Market streets,
ASTXICXCBMfys ADTXXTI3EMEHT. I
k STB1CU BROS.
Pattern Hats and
Derbies at C2c.
Selt Felt Derby,
bound ana trim
med with satin,
Our $1.00 Derby
et flue felt,
heavy satin rib
bon and bound
with geed black
satin, is the
hat ever bought.
Sliape Hats and
in Straw, Fine
Felt and Beaver.
Seft Beaver Hats,
in all colors, $2.00.
in all shades and
in the most ar
et superior "qual
ity. Plain and
in all shades.
BLACK SILKS at 75c. per yard.
BLACK SILKS atSl.OOperyard.
BLACK SILKS at $1.15 per yard.
SPECIAL BARGAIN of
BLACK SILKS at f 1.50 per yard.
SATINS Lyens Colored Satin, Latest SATINS
SATINS Shades, 90c, per yard. SATINS
SATINS Extra Quality Lyens Black SATINS
SATINS Satin. 7ic. per yard. SATINS
SATINS Lyens Black Dress Satid, SATINS
SATINS suneriernualltv.$1.00 per SATINS
SATlNS yard, worth, $1.25. SATINS
SATINS Fine Black Dress Satin, SATINS
SATINS $1.20, $1.40. $1.0. SATINS
SATINS SATINS SATINS
SATINS in all the New Shades. SATINS
SATINS GARNET, SATINS
SATINS MAROON, SATINS
SATINS GENDARME. SATINS
SATINS HELIOTROPE. &c. SATINS
GOOD BLACK SILK VELVET,
$1.00 per yard.
FINE BLACK SILK VELVET,
$1.25 per yard.
SUPERB BLACK SILK VELVET,
$1.50 per yard.
EXCELLENT BLACK SILK VELVET,
$2.00 per yard.
EXTRA WIDE BLACK SILK VELVET,
S2.40 per yard.
VELVETEENS Geed Black VELVETEENS
VELVETEENS Velveteens, VELVETEENS
VELVETEENS 50c. VELVETEENS
VELVETEENS A splendid VELVETEENS
VELVETEENS Velveteen VELVETEENS
VELVETEENS at 75c. VELVETEENS
VELVETEENS HcavvSuit- VELVETEENS
VELVETEENS ing Velvet- VELVETEENS
VELVETEENS ecus. $1.01). VELVETEENS
VELVETEENS Brocaded VELVETEENS
VELVETEENS Velveteen in VELVETEENS
VELVETEENS all colors, VELVETEENS
VELVETEENS G5c. VELVETEENS
VELVETEENS Navy Blue, VELVETEENS
VELVETEENS Brown, VELVETEENS
VELVETEENS Garnet VELVETEENS
VELVETEENS Velveteen, VELVETEENS
VELVETEENS (Me. per yd. VELVETEENS
FRINGES We eiler the haudsem- BUTTONS
I-BINGES est line of BUTTONS
FRINGES BLACK SILK BUTTONS
FRINGES FRINGES BUTTONS
FRINGES at our well-known BUTTONS
FRINGES low prices. BUTTONS
FRINGES Silkaml Bead Fringes BUTTONS
FRINGES liem 25c. upwards. BUTTONS
FRINGES 5'Cinch Bead and Che- BUTTONS
FRINGES " iillle Fringe, (ilc. BUTTONS
FRINGKS Heavy Chenille Fringe BUTTONS
FRINGES at ;75c. BUTTONS
FRINGES 5 inch Chenille and BUTTONS
FRINGES Grass Fringe, with BUTTONS
FRINGES Fancv Heading, Kfe. BUTTONS
FRINGES Most elegant Chenille BUTTONS
FRINGES and Jet Fringes $1.00. BUTTONS
FR1NGKS Fine Chenille ami Bead BUTTONS
FRINGES Fringes at $1.10, $1.20, BUTTONS
FRINGES $1.25 per yard. BUTTONS
FRINGES A very rich Grass BUTTONS
FRING KS Friiige.with dcep.tancy BUTTONS
FRINGES Heading, $1.40 a yard. BUTTONS
FRINGES Colored Silk Fringes at BUTTONS
FRINGES (lie. per yard. BUTTONS
PASS AM EN TERI ES.
TASSELs Black and Colored Gir- SPIKES
TASSELS dies. Tassels, SPIKES
TASSELS Beaded ami Creclu-t Balls, SPIKES
TASSELS Hungarian Spikes," SPIKEs
TASSELS Ornaments, jAc. SPlKEfe
TASSELS Trimming Tassels, Sir. SPIKES
TASSELS Elegant Cords and spiki". SPIKES
TASSELS at $1.25. SPIKES
TASSELS Silk Girdles, 75c.. $1. $1.25, SI'I K KS
TASSELS $1.50 and upwards. SPIKES
TASSELS Single Hungarian Spikes. SPIKES
TASSELS Beadcd.3, 4, 5 and (Pinches, SPIKES
TASSE LS at 12, 111, :.!, CSK.-. apiece. S PI K ES
TASSELs Heavy Silk Cord at 20c. SPIKES
TASSELS per yard. SPIKES
TASSELS HeavySilk Cord, Beaded, SPIKES
TASSELS 25c. per vard. SPIKES
TASSELS Rich Colored Silk Gir- SPIKES
TASSELS dies. $125. SPIKES
TASSELS T:iscN, Ornaments, in SPIKES
TASSELS elegant patterns. SPIKES
CORSETS Astrich's Gem Corset, CORSETS
CORSETS at 4!c: positively the CORSETS
CORSETS best for the ineiiev. CORSETS
CORSETS Hiptiou-Cersfl at 2,!e. CORSETS
CORSETS Fine. Huml-Mude CORSETS
CORSETS Corset,. -Hie. CORSETS
CORSETS Speen Busk, Hide steel. CORSETS
CORSETS side lucid, al 75c. CORSETS
CORSETS Km bone Corset at f 1.00. CORSETS
CORSETS Splendid Nursing CORSETS
CORSETS Corset. al.$ 1.00. CORSETS
CORSETS Mine. I'e'm Improved CORSETS
CORSETS Cerscl ut $1.25. CORSETS
SHOULDER P.RACES at 75c.
Ladies' und Ccnss' Hemstitched
and Celeud Bordered HAND
KERCHIEFS iu great variety.
CHILDREN'S WORSTED HOODS,
CHILDREN'S WORSTED JACKETS,
CHILDREN'S WORSTED COATS,
CHILDREN'S WORSTED BOOTEES,
CHILDREN'S WORSTED LEGGINS,
CHILDREN'S WORSTED SHIRTS.
CHILDREN'S WORSTED WAISTS,
CHILDREN'S WORSTED CIRCULARS,
CHILDREN'S WORSTED TWILIGHTS,
CHILDREN'S WORSTED SHAWLS.
KID Our :t button G!eves,in color- GLOVES
KID i-d, black, white and opera, GLOVES:
KID for 98c. Each pair warranted. GLOVES
KID Geed 0 button Opera Gloves, GLOVES
KID (Wc. Excellent 8 bntten,$1.00. GLOVES
KID A lull line et Ladles' and GLOVES
KID Children's Merine, Cleth GLOVES
KID and Lisle Thread. GLOVES
FELT SKIRTS at 45c.
FELT SKIRTS at 75c.
FELT SKIRTS at $1.
HOSIERY Our assortment et La- HOSIERS
HOSIERY dies'. Gents' and Chli- HOSIERY
HOSIERY dren's Hosiery is tee HOSIERY
HOSIERY weI!-known,asalse:our HOSIER
HOSIERY well-knownlewpriccs. HOSIERY
HOSIERY Ladies wishing te bnv HOSIERY
HOSIERY lall goods will de well HOSIERY
HOSIERY' te pay us a visit. HOSIER!
Ladies' Merine Vests, regular made cuns...3rr
Ladies' Fine Merine Vests and Drawers.... 48e
Extra heavy, silk stitched-, 75c
Fine French Caslunerc $I.a
Gents' Goen Mcrine;snirts anu iirawers,
from $1.00 upwards.
Gents' Cleth Shirts, Scarlet Underwear.
BERLIN ZEPHYR, 9c. per ounce.
BERLIN ZEPHYR, c. per ounce.
BERLIN ZEPHY'R, tie. per ounce.
BERLIN ZEPHYR, 9c. per ounce.
Y'ARNS German Y'arns, FLOSS
YARNS American Y'arns, FLOSS
YARNS Saxony Weel, FLOSS
YARNS Shetland Fless, FLOSS
Y'ARNS Crewel Weel. FLOSfc
13 EAST KING STREET.
13 EAST KING STREET.
13 EAST KING STREET.
NEW GOODS FOR THE FALL TRADE, AT
LADIES, for New, Desirable and Cheap Embroideries, Rufflings, Cotten Trimmings, Ruchings, Black Silk Fringes, Satins,
Black and Colored, Silks, Buttens, all Kinds, Corsets, Kid and Lisle Thread Gloves, Hosiery, &c, call at OUNDAKER'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.
Ne. 159H NORTH QUEEN STREET, near P. R.
R. Depot, Lancaster, Pa. Geld, SUver and
Nickel-cased Watches, Chains, Clocks, Ac.
Agent ter the celebrated Pantoscepic Specta
cles and Eye-G lasses. Repairing a specialty,
SPECIAL ORDERS FOR
Receive most careful attention.
DESIGNS AND ESTIMATES SUBMITTED
B. F. BOWMAN,
106 EAST KING STREET,
Ne. 20 East King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
We arc new taking special orders ter
902 Chestnut Street,
FOR BRIDAL PRESENTATIONS.
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT IN NEW
Tea Services, Perks, and Spoons,
Fancy Silver, Complete
Our Stock in this Department is
unexcelled. We guarantee superior
quality at positively lowest prices.
Orders and inquiries by mail will
roceive prompt attention. Goods by
express en approval.
llOVSK J-'ITRXISIUXU HOWS.
YUM & BRENEMAN.
Weulil uilvi.-e all who contemplate putting iu
HEATERS or making any alterations in tlieit
lieatiiiKarniiijjcnients totleboat once before
tlie rtili of fall Trade begins.
THE MOST RELIABLE
In tlie Market at tlie
Flii & Breiiemau's
GREAT STOVE STORE,
152 North Queen Street,
CHXS A. AJfl GLASSWARE.
Bnixs ami Nickel Platcil, Library ami Hall
Lam pH. Large Assortment of
Bras Nielli Lampi, Ac. All exhibited in
our window. See them before purchasing.
HIGH & MARTIN,
Ne. 15 EAST KING STREET.
nOTO KINGWALT'S FOR
MONONGAHELA PURE RYE.
Alse OAKDALE PURE RYE WHISKY. 05 per
cent. Alcohol, anil the Invigorating Tonic Ilair
Liquid, and the
Best Sugars, Coffees, Teas, &c,
All at Ne. 205 WEST KING STREET.
Ne. 105 North Queen street for the Cheapest
and Best BOOTS AND SHOES.
I0S Slgnef the Big Shee. 105
PAfJER HASQ1SUS, Sc.
T1TE AKE OPENING DAILY
NEW PATTERNS OF
The Designs and Colorings are beautiful, aud
we have a large stock te select from, in the
lowest grade te the most expensive.
DADO AND FANCY
in new colors. Plain material by the yard, in
all shades and widths.
Cardinal, Urecn, White and ButI
Fixtures, Fringes, Tapes, Ac.
We have a let of light color Curtains, beauti
ful styles, that will be closed out ut the low
price of 50 cents. Thcse arcadecided bargain,
as some were sold at $1.50 a pair.
We have opened a fresh luveicu of
among which are two new patterns. Ebony
Walnut and Ash Peles Kings, Ends, Ac.
Orders taken ler Fine Mirrors.
PHARES W. FRY,
Ne. 57 NORTH QUEEN ST.
TOTICE TO LADIES.
Treteus.se Gleve Cleaner, ter cleanlmr Kid
Gloves and rcmevintr Urease and Stains Irem
Woolen or Silks, the most convenient inven
tien et tne Kinu ever oeiere me people, xry
it ; it is very simpic.cieansugtevein aminuie,
Price i cents. Sold bv.
ANDREW G. FREY,
Only, at City Pharmacy,
North Queen Street, Cor. Orange,
Epizootic C18 el Pei iters,
A POSITIVE CURE FOR EPIZOO
TIC AND DISTEMPER
PREPARED AND SOLD BY
CHAS. A. LOCHER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST,
NO. 9 KAST KINU STREET. eK.-tfd
COUGH NO MORE !
AMERICAN COUGH S V.
A Certain Cure Fer
COUGHS, COLDS, SORE THROAT,
And all Disease of the
THROAT AND LUNGS.
Fer the relief of Consumptives in ull stages
of the Iiseaj.c.
Prepared and sold only at
HULLS DRUG STORE
Ne. 15 WEST KING STREET,
Without a doubt furnish the FINEST IN
STRUMENTS in the Market. Warerooms X!0
North Queen street, Manufactory in the rear.
Branch Olllce, 15J East King Street.
Alex. McKUlips, Proprietor.
Alse Agentier Lancaster County for
CIIICKEEINU& SON'S Celebrated
A Full Line et Sheet ami ether Music, Small
Instruments, Violins. Banjos, Band Instru
ments, Ac. always en hand. t l.'HydSA 1 j w
CBAYOX PORTRAIT ARTIST,
SltiX AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTING,
neriSMmd 4 WEST KING STREET.
MRS. C. L.ILL.ER,
Manufacturcrand Dealer In Hair Werk, Ladies
and Gents' Wigs. Combings straightened and
madete order. Hair Jewelry of all kinds made
up. Alse. Kid Glevesantl Feathers cleaned and
dyed, at Nes. 225 and 227 North Queen street,
four doers above P. R. R. Depot. el-3md
OIGN OF THE BUFFALO HEAD.
I have new en band the Larukst, Bkhtand
CiiBArEST AsBeimtBCT of Lined and Unlincd
BUFFALO ROBES in the city. Alse LAP
AND HORSE BLANKETS or every descrip
tion. A full line of
Trunks and Satchels,
Harness, Whips, Cellars, &c.
a-Repalring neatly and promptly den e.a
A. MILEY, .
lOS North Qneen St., Lancaster.
25-1 yd M WAS
LADIES AND OENTS
II you want a
GOOD FITTING BOOT OR SHOE,
Kcey-inadc or made te order, call at
.iu. ma itunii iutrcii eirceu i
Custom Werk a Specialty. 126SAWtfd J
Lancaster On Mactery
LANCASTER AND MILLEKSV1LLE It. K
Cars run as fellows :
V.J?lve lJncr ;P.lL Depot), at 7, 9, an.l
ll:e0a.m..and 4. 4. 6 and S-JW p. m., except en
Saturday, when the last car leaves at 9:30 p. m.
Leave MUlersville (lower end) at 5, 8, and
a. M.. and 1, 3, 5 and 7 p. ui.
Cars run dally en above time except en Sun
CIOLVMIIIA AND PORT DEPOSIT U. K
j Trains new run regularly en the Celuiuluit
and Pert Deposit Railroad en the fellow inj;
Statieks North- Express. Express. Acceu.
waii. a.m. r. m. r. .
Pert Deposit. 6:35 S:S5 2:00
Peachbottein 7:12 4:2 3:1s
Safe Harber. 7:55 5:11 5:21
Columbia 8:25 5:10 6:20
Stations Seuth- Express. Express. Acceni.
WARD. A.M. r. M. A.M.
Columbia. 11:45 6:20 7:45
r. m. 6:4 AiikOS
Safe Harber. 12:14 r. m. Le40
Peachltottein 12:37 7:32 11.07
Pert Deposit 1:30 S:05 125
TJEADING Jfc COLUMBIA R. R.
ARRANGEMENT OFPASSENGER TRAINS.
Lancaster, King St...
Lancaster, King St
a.m. a.m. r.M.
8:05 ;i2:U) 6:10
10:15 2:10 8:20
10:07 2:10 8:10
11:20 .... 9:25
Trains connect at Reading with trains te ami
irem Philadelphia, Pottsville, llarrisburg, Al Al
Icutewn and Sun- Yerk, via Bound Broek
At Columbia witli trains te and from Yerk,
Hanover. Gettysburg, Frederick and Balti
more. A. M. WILSON. Supt.
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD NEW
SCHEDULE On and after SUNDAY.
AUGUST 23d, 1880, trains en the Pennsylvania
Railroad will arrive- and leave the Lancaster
and Philadelphia depots as follews:
Kamtwaki I keave Arrive
'AOTWAltp' Lauc'tcr Phllad'a
Philadelphia Express 2:10 a.m. 1:15 a. m
Fast Line, 5:20 " 7:H
YorkAcceiu. Arrives; 8.00 " ....
llarrisburg Express 8:05 ' 10:10 "
Dillerville Acceni. Arrive, 8:45 '
Columbia Accoiiiiiiedutiuit, 9:10 " 1-:01 r.M.
Frederick Acceni. Arrives, I2.55 " ....
Pacific Ex pre law r.M. 3:15 "
Sunday Mail, 2:00 ' 5:1)0
Johnsten ii E press, 3:05 " 5:30 "
Day Express, 4:4" " 6:15 '
llarrisburg Acciunmedal'ii, 6:2T " '-:'M "
ie0..7T.,r. Leave Arrive
Westward. Phllad'a Lane't.r
Way Passenger, I2:a.m. MOa.m
Mail Train Ne. I, vi:iMt..lev, 7:30 licie '
Mail Train Ne. 2,viaCel'bia I0-.15 "
Niagara Chicago Express 9:00 '- 11:05 "
Sunday Mail 8:00 " UfcSO "
Fast Line, 11:50 " 2:10 r.M
Frederick Accommodation, .... 2:15
Dillerville I.ocal.vi:iMt..ley .... 2d "
llarrisburg Accoiumedut'ii, 2:30 r.M. 5:45 "
Columbia Accommodation, 4:00 " 7:24. "
llarrisburg Express, 5:30 " 7:30 "
PittsburgExpre 6:25 " 8:50 "
Cincinnati Expre-s 9:10 " 11.30 "
Pacific Express 1155 " 2.10 A.N
Pacific Express, east, en Sunday, when flag
Sed, will step at Middle town, Elizabcthtewn
It. Jey, Laudisvllle, Bird-in-Hand, Lemaii
Place, Gap, Christiana, Parkesburg, Coates
vlllc, Oakland and Glen Lech.
Fast Line, west, en Sunday, when flagged,
will step at Downingtown, Ceatesvilie, Parkes
burg, Bit. Jey, Elizaliethtewn and Mlddletewn.
Hanover accommodation west, connecting at
Lancaster with Niagara anil Chicago Express
at 11:05 a. m., will run through te Hanover.
Frederick Accommodation, west, connects at
Lancaster, with Fast Line, went, at 2:10 r. m.,
aud will run through te Frederick.
HOOKS ANU STATIONERY.
for 1-aneastur City and County, at
L. M. FLYNN'S
Ne. V WEST KINU STREET.
Schools of li'incastcr City,
NEW AND SECOND-HAND.
At tlie L 'WEST PRICES, at the Boek Stere et
JOM BAER'S SOUS,
15 and 17 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
T ARC A INS FOR EVERYBODY.
RARE CHANCE IN CARPETS,
Positive sale te Reduce Stock et
6,000 Yards Brussels DM,
AT AND BELOW COST.
Call and nattily ycurself. Alse, Ingrain, Rag
and Chain Carpetsinalmestendless variety .at
H. S. SHIRK'S
303 WEST KINO STREET,
ALE! ALE! ALE!
LAWRENCE KNAPP'S CELEBRATED AfcD
VELL KNOWN DRAUGHT ALE.
is new ready for consumers, wholesale and
Hotels, Kestauuaxts a-xd Private Families
can be supplied with this wnolcsemo ami
nourishing beverage. All orders will receive
punctual attention and deliverances made at
s'jert notice. Call or address
Ne. 143 East JRhg Street,
ectll-luid Lancstcr. Pa.
ROOTS ANIt SHOES.
? k CV BOOTS, SHOES AND LASTS
Hl-A O 1 made en a new principle, insnr-
ing comfort for the feet.
I)1V I 'C Lusts made te order.
icDM-tfd 133JEaatKlBg street