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LANCASTER DAILY lOTlXLlUlaXrEK. SATURDAY NOVEMBER 20,1880.
SATURDAY EVENINO, NOV. 20, 188CJ
THE .SKA AND THE MOON.
3V FILAXK J. OTTARSON.
The Sea Jell in lore with tlie Moen ;
The Moen only laughed at the 8eu,
And went en, turning midnight te neon ,
And silvering hill-top and lea.
" Loek clown, lovely Moen," said the Sea ;
" Beheld our own beautiful iace;
Tis se pure and se charming te me
In my heart 1 have given it place."
She looked, with a flush of disdain ;
Her glorious imaje was lliore;
And she knew for u woman in vain
Tliat the image wan spotless and fair.
A w a3" sped tlie M 0011 in her splendor ;
But oft and again Hhc would turn.
With glance growing mere and nunc tender,
Te the .Sea, where her image did burn.
There ticmhled the silvery illusion ;
Nay, Moen, de net quiver nor start ;
'Tit the UiMiiur of Leve's soil coufusieu.
The tlireh et the .Sea's laithrul heart.
And the Moen, would remember and ponder
The virien she saw in the wave;
Asaway round the. weild she would wander.
And hhe knew that the Sea was her slave.
And uieulh alter mouth, when returning,
In her full Hhe would glory again.
Her laee in the ocean Mill burning
Cave the Moen a slight feeling ei pain.
(Still the Sea followed sorrowing alter.
His breast bwcllingevcr with love.
His highs waking only thelaughter
Ot the Moen tailing queenly above.
Though ages en ages have perished,
Still Leve. sings the changeless old time.
And witli passion still faithfully cherished,
Tins Sea fellows utter the Moen.
fellow s alter till cruel shores May liiiu,
Then breaks his great heart with a sigh ;
Fer the fates ever mock and delay him
Whose aim is unwise and tee high.
Way or the World.
fKicnii Gleanings limn tlie Heme anil For
eign Crep et Humer.
Mrs. Yoiiiigreiu:iuw:itiLsiolciiow "what
is the best way te mark table linen '."'
Leave the lialiy ami a blackberry liie alone
.it the tabic for two minutes.
The word love in one of the Indian dia
lects is chcmlciidaineiixhkaiiaKO'ragci'.
Fancy a sweet forest maiden telling her
copper-colored bnivc that she chcmlenda chcmlenda chcmlenda
" llew shall I have my bonnet trimmed,"
asked Mali. i, "s se that it shall arce with
my complexion .'" "If you want it te
match your face, have it. plain," replied
the hateful Hattie.
" I believe," said a Galveston justice te
a roiirh-Ieukiiiir castemer, "that all the
scoundrels in Galveston aic harbored in
your den." "I never saw j-eu there yet,
A certain Chinaman gave a dinner patty
The viands were net te his taste. lie rose
from the table, asked te be excused for a
few moments, and left the room with the
remark, "Must liekee wife." This was
net in China.
" Why, Franky !" exclaimed the mother
at the summer bearding house, "I never
knew you te ask for a second piece of pic
at home." "I knew it wasn't no use,"
replied Franky, quietly, as he proceeded
with his pie-eating.
Are you really se stupid, Matilda, or de
"yan act that way for effect?" said a Gal
veston lady te her servant. " Ne, mam,"
was the reply, " I'd like mightily te be a
deceitful niggah, but I hain't get de
sense." (talccitleii JVctcx.
She read all the books of science.
Her lingers were covered with ink;
She hooted at murrigc alliance,
she talked of the iiii-sing link.
She iuted savans and preachers
Ot gt cuter ami less renown
Platonic in ail her features,
She get a mash en a clown.
A stranger in a country village chanced
.te pass the graveyard just as the sexton
was performing his duties, and, with a
view te knowledge, addressed the old man:
" I sec you have had a funeral. May I
inquire of what complaint the person
died'.'" The sexton replied: "There
wasn't no complaint. Everybody 'pears
te be satisfied."
Thcie was a large boiler of scalding water
ever a tire in the yard and several black
imps playing near it. Suddenly a shrill
voice was heard from inside the shanty :
"Yeu Gawge Washington keep away
from dat ar biler. D'rcctly you is gwine
tcr upset de biler all ever yersclf, and ycz
will be de fust otte te say, 'Twan'tmc,
"Edward," said a mother te her seu of
eight, who was trundling a hoop in the
front yard, "you mus'n'tge out of the gate
iute the street." "Ne, ma, I won't," was
the reply, A few minutes aftcrwad she
saw Edward in the street manufacturing
mud-pics, and at once went out te him.
"Didn't I tell you," she said angrily, "net
te go through the gate'."' Well, I didn't
mother," was the very satisfactory reply;
"I climbed ever the fence !''
It was at a late quarterly meeting of
Seventh Day Baptist churches, in Wiscon
sin, that tve clergymen were te present
papers en the same day and the question
of precedence having arisen, Mr. A.
sprang te his feet and said, " I think
Brether 15. ought te have the best place en
the pregramme ; he is an elder man than
I am and, besides, is full of his subject."
When the audience lcmcmbcrcd that
Hi-ether 11. 's subject was " The Dcyil," a
cheerful smile seemed te beam around the
A gentleman made up his mind that hc
would give his wife a pleasant surprise by
spending the evening at home. After
supper he settled himself down for a cozy
time in the besom of his family. He hail
no mere than comfortably fixed .himself
when his wife abruptly asked him if his
friends didu' t waut him any longer. Then
his mother-in-law asked him if he had ex
hausted his credit. The servant asked
him if he was ill. One of the neighbors
wanted te knew if he had any trouble and
was afraid of the law, All of which oc
curred in twenty minutes, for in exactly
half an hour he was beyond quest lenin
range in his club.
Itulter W lb ,
Cup cheese, 2 cups ,
Cottage cheese, 2 pieces.
Dutch cheese 1 lump
Apples f pk
Cherries, dried, tqt
Currants, dried, fl 0 ,
Dried Apples $? qt
" Peaches ip qt ,
Fex Grapes ft jt
Grai.cs l Jpk
Lemens l dez
Oranges it dez
Persimmons l ijt
Beets fl bunch
Cabbage t head
Carrots fl bunch
Cern -fcl dez
Celery i? bunch
Lima beans fl qt.
Lettuce, head and plate
Onions f? pk
" $1 bunch
Radishes J buncl
Soup Beans qt
Salsify 3fl bunch
Tomatoes p Jpk ,
Turnips 3? peck
Chickens pair (live)
" ' (cleani.il)
Ducks f pair
Geese -jf piece
Turkeys 1 piece (live)
" " (cleaned)
Apple Butter qt
e6 T uez ,
Bauer kraut V qt 81ZC
Babbits ft pair 40c
Cloveraced ft bus f7.5eeR.00
Hay V ten $2025
Oats W bus 35040c
Rye?) bus 8590c
TimethySeccd 31 bus $3.253JO
Wheat bus 1.C0
Bass ft 10c
Cattish If ft 12c
Eels fi Hi....... .................. .iuc
jrercn ......................................... .wc
nllll. ............................... ............ 1W'
MicicerH...........a.......... .......... ........... jc
White Fish ?t ft., 12Jc
Blue ' loc
Halibut ft 1-KC
Beef Steak, if? & 10fi20c
" Beast (rib) W I'-tfrlik:
" " (chuck) 1 ft WiiVlc
" Corned.?! ft IOQISc
" Dried,)) ft 25&2c
Bologna dried 25c
Ham 1 ft 13ffilSc
Lamb ft ft 1220c
Laiil Ifl ft !10c
Mutten ft ft 10l(ks
fork ft ft !i10c
The main cause of nervousness is indiges
tion, and that is caused by weakness et the
stomach. Ne one can have sound nerves and
geed health without using Hep Bitters te
strengthen the stomach, purify 'the bleed, and
keep the liver and kidneys aetivc, te carry oil
all the poisonous and waste matter et the sys
tem, hen ether column. ul5-2wd&w
The Chicago 'J'imcx says: Warner's Safe
Kidney and Liver Cure is highly endorsed by
ministers, judges, physicians, surgeons, by
men et literary and scholarly distinction, and
by individuals in all the walks et life. 3
1) II. (U. V.) OF VA THE ItKV. J. LIN
). dermuth, ei St. Paul's M. K. chinch, will
Iireach a special sermon te the members el
.uncaster and Concstega orders et the Broth Breth Broth
hrheod of the Union te-morrow (Sunday)
I7IIWT HAPT1ST, EAST CHESTNUT ST
. Preaching te-morrow morning and ctoii cteii
ing by tlie jxister. Uev. Win. Morrison. In the
evening a sermon specially te ladies will be
delivered. Sunday school at 1 p. in.
171IKST KEFOKMED CHUKUU. THE
. usual divine services te-morrow at 10 a.
111. and ' ). m. Sunday school at 1' p. m.
11 KST M. K. CIIIIHCII, SOUTH DUKE
Stivel. Pi-eaeliiug by the pastor, Ke v. S.
II. C. Smith, at 10a. 111. and at Vx p. in. Sab
b.ilh school at Hi p. in. Yeung people'.-,
prayer meeting ati p. in.
MOltAVIAN SKKVICKS ItOTlI JUOHN
ingaud cvDiiiug, at theuiial hours. Sun
day school at 2)i. m. Pleaching by l.ev. .1.
11. Duhhs, D. 1.
ME. MISSIONS. EAST MISSION
Preaching at 7:39 p. 111. Itevival ser
vices every evening ne.l week.
Wust Missiex. Preaching by the pastor,
Ker. S. O. Garrison, at 10:30 a. in. and 7:1." p. 111.
Prayer meeting at .:w p.m.
I3KESKVTEKIAN l'KEACHING IN THE
JL morning and evening, at the usual heuis,
by the pastor, Kcv. J. Y. Mitchell, D. D.
1)ItESHYTEKIAN ME.1IOIUAL MISSION
Chaiel, Seuth Queen Street. Preaching
by the pastor, Bev. .1. C. Hume, at 1XX p. 111.
Sunday school at 1 p. 111. Prayer meeting 011
Thursday at 7) p. in,
ST. JAMES. KEV. C. F. KNIOHT, II. !.,
rector Hely Communion at S and morn
ing service at 10 a. in. Lvening prayer at (J
ST. LUKE'S KEFOKMED MISSION,
.Marietta Avenue, near West Orange street.
Divine Mcrvice at ( a. in. and p. m. iluly
Communion at the morning service. Sunday
school at 2 p. in. Iter. W. V. Lichliter, pastor.
ST. PAUL'S KEFOKMED DIVINE SEK
vices at lej- a. in., and at i p. 111. Preach
ing by the pastor. Sunday school at p. 111.
Prayer meeting at ( p. m.
ST. JOHN'S LUTHEKAN CHUKCII.
Preaching te-morrow at 10J a. in., by the
Bev. .1. C. Iluine, of the Presbyterian church.
Ne evening service. Sunday school at -)i p.
ST. PAUL'S M.E., CHUKCII, S. O.UEEN ST.
Preaching at le a. 111., and at V, . nil.,
by the pastor, Bev. .1. Lindeinuth. Morning
sermon te the Brotherhood of the Union. Class
meeting at !4 a. 111. Prayer meeting at ;;, p.
m. Sunday school at p. m.
SALEM CHURCH fIF GOD. PIJKACHINC.
morning and evening, by the pastor, Ber.
J. B. Sonic. Sunday school at 1JJ p. 111.
West Mission. Derwart street. Sunday school
at l-)i p. in. North Mission. Antioch. Sunday
sciioei ai :i a. in. i-reaciimg ai -yi p. 111., ey
Mr. Gee. Martin. Seuth Mission. Beaver street..
Sunday school at IJi p. 111. Evening service at
a;S p. m.
OECUNI) EVANGELICAL, CHUKCII
O (English), Xertli Mulberry stivet, nbove
OraiiRc. l'reactnng at te'i a. 111. anil 1, p. m.
by tlie pastor, Bev. J. A. Fcger. Sabbathschoel
at2p. 111. ltcvival services dining the week
at y;i p. 111.
ALL WOKKEKS (UNION) SUNDAY'
school, public school building, coiner et
Lemen ami Lime streets. Sunday school
every Sunday afternoon at lji o'clock. Gospel
meeting ter children and adults every Thurs
day evening at 7 o'clock. Everybody welcome.
XTNION HETHEL CHUKCII OF GOD.
rreacning 10-morrow uy tnc pastor, liev.
11. a. it. i.aveny, ai ius a. m.. ami J4 p. in.
Sunday school and adult Bible class at. l- p.
m., anil at the Green tared Chapel at 2 p.m.
Meets the leqiiiieuientn of the rational medi
cal philosophy which at present prevails. It is
a perfectly pure vegetable remedy, embracing
the three important peperlics et a preventive,
a tonic, and an alterative. It fortifies the
body against disease, invigorates and revital
izes Hie torpid stomach and liver, and effects a
most salutary change in the entire .system,
when in a morbid condition.
Fer sale by all Druggists and Dealers gener
Te Nervous Sullcrers The Great Euro Eure
iean llcinedy Dr. J. B. Simpsen's Specific
Medicine. It is a positive curejfer Sperma Sperma
eorrhea, Seminal Wcakness,Imielcney,nnd all
diseases resulting from Sell-Abuse, as Mental
Anxiety, Less of Memery, Pains in Back or
Side, ami diseases that lead te Consumption,
Insanity and an early grave. The Specific
Medicine is being used with wonderful success.
Pamphlets sent tree te all. Write for them and
get lull particulars. Price, Specific, $1 per
package, or six packages for $5. J. II. SIMP
SON MEDICINE COMPANY, Nes. 104 and 106
Main Street, Bullale, X. Y. Address all orders
II. II. COCHBAN, Druggist, Sele Agent,
137 and l.'K) North Queen Street, Lancaster
TEKVINE, OK TONIC Sl'ECIFICA.
-L A BOON TO BOTH SEXES.
A BKMEDY WITHOUT A RIVAL for all
diseases arising from Nervous Debility, Sexual
Disorders, ever Indulgence et Vicious Habits,
as well as from the prostration et old age. Its
curative properties in violent and chronic
forms or the following diseases have been at
tested te by the most Eminent Physicians :
Dyspepsia, Self Abuse, Headache, Dizziness,
Sexual Exhaustieu, Spermatorrheea, General
Debility, Inipetcney, Premature Decay, Ac
It has been In use for ever lerty years, and
Is te-day Mie most popular remedy for the -diseases
above mentioned in the WOULD. It can
be used without regard te diet, is pleasant in
taste, and better than all, it is a sure, safe and
certain cure. It is no quack medicine, bnt
stands upon its own merits, as any trial wil
amply demonstrate. Since 1836 this remedy
has always been sold for a much larger price
than that for which it is new sold; but owing
te the uct that the time for the payment et
an enormous royalty upon its manufacture has
expired, it is eflercd te the suffering of both
sexes at one dollar per package, se as te be
within the reach of all; at which price it will
be sent te any address tree el further charge.
( TT TTTTT T T A HIT tTf"miTf1
v.- u.i. ii 11 11 n m .x.wwxvvr,
"'V Xr Spruce Street, Philadelphia.
way be consuitce en an diseases by mat;.
NO.l.TOJSNOKTli O.UEEN STKEET.near P. K.
K. Depot, Lancaster, Pa. Geld, Silver and
Nickel-cased Watches, Chain, Clocks, Ac
Acent ler the celebrated PantasceDic Seecta-
clcs and Eye-Giasses. Repairing a specialty.
SPECIAL ORDERS FOR
Receive most careful attention.
DESIGNS AND ESTIMATES SUBMITTED
mm; east king street,
Ne. 20 East King Strcel, Lancaster, Fa.
Weaie new hiking special eiders ler
Perfection in the quality of Dia
monds cannot be attained except
by these who have had a long ex
perience in selecting and dealing in
the finest stones.
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
BAfllY, BANKS & BIDDLE,
JEWKLKHS, SILVERSMITHS, IMPORTERS,
12T1I AND CHESTNUT STS.,
IR. GKKENE has successfully treated ever
l.OOOef the most dilllcult chronic (se called) in
curable ca-es during a nine month's practice.
The most et them had been the rounds of the
leading physicians of Lancaster county.
UR.GREENEis ready atany time te meet a
committee et the Iancaster County Medical
Society at the Opera Heuse or elsewhere te dis
cuss the merits et Omnipathy and prove its
superiority ever all ether pathics in vegup.
The people, are greatly interested and de
mand the fullest investigation. Invalids arc
every week dying in tills county whose lives
could be saved. Is there any subject about
which the masses are mere concerned than
restoration te health, and the prolonging of
ineir lives t
Dr. G. originated and is new the owner of 2!)
Medical Pads. He especially warns the public
against t hc numerous counterfeits new eflercd
Or. Grccncdees 1111 exclusive eftice business.
Patients who cannot call at ills efltcesmust
send full description et nlllictiens. Hundreds
of deaths have occurred here in nine mouths :
only two in his practice.
Consultations free. Catarrh cured for .i0
cents. Cure quick for Catarrh sent te any ad
dress for 50 cents. Send ler 12 page pamphlet.
DR. C. A. GREENE,
Ne. S3G NORTH OUKKN STREET,
.KMtdMWF&S Lancaster, Pa.
0 LPT lUtAWlNGS.
26th Popular Monthly Drawing
COMMONWEALTH DISTRIBUTION CO.
At Macauley's Theatre, in the City of Louis
TUESDAY, NOV. 30th, 1880.
These drawings occur monthly under pro pre pro
vitieus et an Act ei the General Asseinhlvef
Uentuckv. incorporating the Newport Print
ing and Newspaper Company, approved April
Jtu-Thi is a special net, and lias never been
The United States Circuit Court en March 31,
rendered the following decisiens:
1st That the Commonwealth Distribution
Company Is legal.
2lnts drawings are fair..
N. II. The Company has new en hand a
large reserve fund. Read tlie Hit of prizes for
1 Jil !(. $ dOjOUO
1 'I InUa iW.I""
1 J l M-lfmKtm Vt()UU
10 prizes $1.000each 10,000
20 prizes 500 each 10,000
l(0pri.c $100 each le,(xlu
200 prizes 50 each 10,000
son prizes 20 each 12,000
1000 prizes lOcach 10,000
9 prizes 300 each, approximation prizes 2,700
9 prizes 200 each, " " ' 1,800
9 prizes 100 each, " " 900
Whole tickets. t2s lin.lt tleknlw lr '11 lleki-la
$50; 53 tickets, $100.
Remit Meney or Rank Draft in Letter, ei
semi my Express. DON'T SEND RY REGIS
TERED LETTER OR P05TOKFICE ORDER.
Orders of$5 and upward, by Express, can lit
sent at our expense. It. AI. HOAItDMAN,
Courier-.Ieurnal Building, Louisville, Ky., ei
307 and 309 Breadwav. New Yerk.
FOUNDERS Aim MACHINISTS.
ENGINES AND MACHINERY
Ot all Kinds, repaired a.t Short Netice.
IBON AND BRASS
CASWS Ai PAMNS,
MADE TO ORDER.
Of all Sizes. All Kinds of
BRASS AND IRON VALVES
AND BEER SPIUOTS REPAIRED
O-Foundry and Machine Shep rear of W
I). Sprecher & Sen's Seed Stere, Grant and
JOS. H. HUBER.
DBY GOODS, 3fOTIOSS, &C. I
STR1CU 11ROS.' ADVERTISEMENT.
If it weie ca3t for the merchants who have
especially wen their favor anil patronage,
would, judging bv the daily overflow crowds
of customers, be given In overwhelming ma
jority te the popular house of
1.1 EAST KING STREET.
13 EAST KING STREET.
13 EAST KING STREET.
13 EAST KING STREET.
13 EAST KING STREET.
We delicte call particular attention te the
billowing special bargains offered new:
In tlie vaiieus divi-deus of our Hats and -Millinery
department we are displaying all the
novelties of the season, in every possible vari
ation et style, et qualities te satisfy the nie-t
fastidious, and til prices which absolutely
lust opened, 1(aI dozen et
FINE TRIMMED DERBIES.
FINE TRIMMED DERBIES,
FIXE TRIMMED DERBIES.
FIFTY CENTS, '
Fal in Trimmed Derby, fully trimmed u ith
Selt Felt Derbies at 5ec.
Ladles' Felt Shapes, 25c.
Moscow Beaver lints, 3'.ic.
Cigarette Hats, C5e.
FINE PLUSH BEAVER IIAT.s,
in black, brown, garnet, navy blue, myrtle
green and all shades efdrab ; all et the finest
TRIMMED DATS AND BONNETS
In great variety at reasonable prices.
in black white and colored,
in everv possible shaiie.
FEATHER BANDS and FANCY FEATHERS
in various styles.
TRIMMING SILKS and SATINS.
A SPECIAL BARGAIN
IN HEAVY DRESS BLACK SILK,
at $1.50 per vard.
We sell excellent BLACK TRIMMING SATIN
for $1.00 per vard.
GOOD BLACK SILK VELVET,
at $1.00 per yard.
AN EXCELLENT BLACK SILK VELVET
at $1.25 per yard.
GOOD BLACK VELVETEEN
at 50c. per yard.
in black, brown, navy, garnet, myrtle,
at!5c. per vard.
COLORED VELVETEENS at We.
in all tlie new shades.
BLACK SILK FRINGES frein25e. upward.
We sell an elegant .let and Chenille Fringe
for 75c. a yard : sold elsewhere for $1.
Our Black Silk Fringes, sold at $lyeryard,
arc the greatest bargains ever eflercd.
We have en hand the most elegant line of
Fine .let and Chenille Fringes from $l upward
and eiler a special inducement in a Fringe
which we sell at $I.S0 per yard ; worth $2.50.
Our line of
e-iunet be competed with by any house in the
city, cither iiuvarictyef style nor in choice of
We exhibit the most elaborate dv.sigus et
PASSAMENTERIES at our well known low
CHENILLE AND JET TASKLS,
BEADED HUNGARIAN SPIKES,
BEADED PEARS the latest novelty.
BEADED TRIMMING CORD,
COLORED SILK TASSELS AND GIRDLES,
in all the new shades.
and BON TONS, in endless arlely.
Our assortment in
DRESS AND CLOAK TRIMMINGS
is the most complete, and we are new able te
suit cverysingle purchaser.
WE CALL ATTENTION TO OUR
A Threr Butten Geed Kid Gleve, in black
and white, all new tall shades, and most ele
gant opera and evening shades, ier
Tlie best Gleve ever offered ler the price.
3MVe offer te take back every pair that
tears or rips when put en,aand furnish a new
Six Butten, of the same quality, for $1.'..
3HREAT BARGAINS THIS WEEK.-9
100 dez. six-button Kid Gloves for (?.)c.
50 dez. cight-huteii Kid Gloves, line quality,
$1.09 a pair.
We will sell THIS WEEK 200 dez. LADIES'
FINE MERINO GLOVES, in all the new fall
shades, with riblied tops, extra long, at the
astonishing price of TWENT -FIVE CENTS
a pair. This is the biggest bargain wc ever
50 dez. Ladies' Fine All-Linen Hemstitched
HANDKERCHIEFS at 12Kc apiece.
ANOTHER GREAT BARGAIN!
100 dez. Ladies' Solid Colored MERINO
HOSE, finished, line quality goods, ler Its;, a
pair. (These Stockings would be cheap at 30c.)
An cxtm geed, full regular made, i ine Cot Cet Cot
eon Hese, ter Ladies, in cardinal, navy, brown,
gendarme, garnet, at 32c. a pair. -These are
extra long French goods, and cost 50e. a pair
any ether time.
Anether let of lull regular made Balbi iggans
at 25c. a pair.
25 dez. Ladies' Heavy Fleece Lined Hese.full
regular made, double heels and tees, for 23c. a
Full regular made Ribbed Merine Hese, in
white and colored, for 25c. a pair.
A real Knitted Stocking, all wool, ladies'
size, in dark cardinal, at t;e. a pair. Child's
size from 28c. up.
IN MERINO UNDERWEAR.
wc offer this week the following :
A heavy Ladies' Merine Undervest, 35c.
An extra line Merine Undervest, silk stitch
ed, regular culls and shoulders, 4Sc. apiece.
Child's Undcrvcsts and Pants, in all sizes
GENTS' MERINO UNDERWEAR.
NOTE OUR PRICES :
An excellent 50c. Shirt ler 40c.
Drawers te match.
Seventy-live cent Shirt and Drawers at
Finest goods at 75c. each.
Scarlet Medicated AH Weel Shirt and Drawers
US" Come and leek at them. S&
THREE GREAT BARGAINS IN
Heavy Ribbed Leng w oei socks 18c. a pair
Regular Made Fine Merine Socks.. ..25c. a pair
Real British Socks 19c. a pair
Just received, a let of lift dozen
extra large size.
HEAVY GERMAN LINEN TOWELS,
fine quality Damask, with knotted fainge, ler
ONLY TWENTY-FIVE CENTS.
A rare chance, which ought net te be missed.
THE PLACE FOR BARGAINS
13 EAST KING STREET, LANCASTER, PA.
13 EAST KING STREET, LANCASTER, PA.
13 EAST KING STREET, LANCASTER PA.
LOOK! LOOK! LOOK! FOR WHAT!
J. C. HOUGHTON'S
10c. COACI AM BAGGAGE WAGOIT.
PASSENGEKS, 10c; BAGGAGE AND TRUNKS, 15c.
Alse, geed. Safe Horses. Carriages and Buggies te hire. All kinds or haultna at tha most
lea&enablc rates and 'Buses and Coaches te hire by tlie hour or day. "'? ai im most
J. C. HOUGHTON,
112 SOUTH QUEEN STREET.
BROWHWS C. & C. COPIAI,
Fer COUGHS, COLDS, BRONCHITIS, HOARSENESS, TICKLING or DRYNESS
of the THROAT, SORE THROAT, COLD in the HEAD, CROUP, INFLU- '
ENZA, WHOOPING COUGH, COLD in the BOWELS, ASTHMATIC
COUGHS, anil RELIEF OF CONSU3IPTIVES.
Pi' n.?0)wlif,G.lwS "'S'dar giaduute or medicine, a skillful pliariuaei d, and a thoreu-h
chemist. His "C. & C. ' (Cough and Celd) Cordial is net the result of mere chance, but ; e t Ien"
scieiitihc research in chemistry and medicine, as is plainly seen by the rapidity dr its action
and its unparalleled efficacy. The expense in its manufacture is at least Ave times as great -ts
srK sss ei
W. CHAMPION BROWNING, M. D., Proprietor,
117 ARCH STREET, PHILADELPHIA, PA.
ilMydeev.-Aw 3FOK SALE BY THE PROPRIETOR AND ALL DRUGGISTS.
S. CLAY MILLER
pESPEOTFULLY calls the attention of his friends as well as
" the public in general te his Superior Stock of Old Whiskies ;
Gibsen's, Dougherty's, Gughenheimer, Hannissville, Ovorhelt
and Gaffs Pure Rye, from four te eight years old, which he has
recently bought from first hands for Cash, and will sell from the
original package at reasonable prices, at
Ne. 33 Perm Square.
iRUSSfcS! TRUSSES !! TRUSSES!!!
Sullcrers tram Rupture will find the safest.
easiest and'ehcapest Trusses in the world en
exhibition unci ler sale by
Cor. N. Queen and Orange Sts.. Lane. Pa.
AUe the only sure cure ler PILES. Frcy'a
Universal Pile Suppository ne-er tailed.
Price M and 75 cents a box.
A POSITIVE CURE F0K EPIZOO
TIC AND DISTEMPER
PREPARED AND SOLI) III
CHAS. A. LOCHER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST,
NO. S HAW KING STltl'.ET. el'l-tld
COUGH NO MORE !
A Certain Cure Fr
COOGHS, COLDS, SORE THROAT,
And all Diseases et the
THROAT AND LUNGS.
Fer the relief of Consumptive-, in all stages
of the Disease.
Prepared and se7d only at
HULL'S DEUG STORE
Ne. 15 WEST K1NU STREET,
HOLESALK AND RETAIL.
Ne. 227 NORTH PRINCE STREET.
T UST RECEIVED
COFFEE! COFFEE!! COFFEE!!!
'l;i. lMf Oh! Gevcrmnciit.hiva. l.:i'-n;ivr:i
and Mecha. The best i" cent Roasted Uie
Coffee in the city.
roasted iicrc, thus we always have them
If you want te enjoy a geed cup el geed
Coffee buy at
" BUBSK'S, 17 East King Street.
FOR NEW FRUITS,
FOR SELF-RAISING BUCKWHEAT.
FOR FRESH AKRON OAT MEAL.
FORFAIINESTOCK'S FARINA FLOUR,
FOR PURE SPICES,
D. S. EURSK'S,
17 East King Street, Lancaster.
ROOTS AND SHOES.
Ne. 105 North Queen street ler the Cheapest
and Best BOOTS AND SHOES.
105 Sign of the ISiz Shee. 10S
"7 A Q"V KWOTS. SHOES AND LASTS
JEleLO X made en a new principle, insur
ing comfort ler the feet.
BnnTC Lasts made te order.
l).E.ist King street
It you want a
GOOD PITTING BOOT OR 'SHOE,
Rea'".y-Biade or made te order, call at
Ne. 105 North Queen Street.
Custom Werk a Specialty. icaiS&Wtfd
All kinds of Heuse Paintinft and Graining
done at the shortest notice and In the best pos
sible style. Wc have reduced our prices te
$L75perday. Shep en Charlette street.
OCUMmif ALLEN GUTHRIE & S0N.S.
Eioetic Cm fmn
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in all kinds el
LUMBER AND COAL.
3-Yard: Ne. 1J North Water and Prince
streets above Lemen, Lancaster. n.'Myd
COAlT COAL! COAL! COAL
Ceal of the Best (Juullty put up expressly
ter family use, and at the low
est market prices.
TRY A SAMPLE TON.
AS- YARD ICO SOUTU WATER ST.
.i.-2'.Myd PHILIP SCHUM.SON & CO.
"10AL! COAL! COAL!!!
We have constantly en hand all the best
Snides of COAL that are in market, which we
are selling as low :i3 any yard in the city.
Call and get mir prices before buyin-' else
where. M. F. STEIGERWALT & SON,
s-.7-lyd S3! NORTH WATER STREET.
C0H0 & WILEY,
OTM NOJtTII WATER ST., Lnnenster, I'a.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
LUMBER AND COAL.
Connection With the Telephonic Exchange.
Branch Office : Ne. 3 NORTH DUKE ST.
I'MltKi: AND COAL WT TELEPHONE
The undcrsifriird nru new- nnmnnul r ir.
ecive orders for
Ceal, Lumber, Sash, Deers,
by Telephone. Step in at the Exclianjje nnd
de your own erdcrinj; free of charge.
S. E Cor. Prince and Walnut Streets.
REELLY & KELLER
GOOD, CLEAN FAMILY COAL,
and all ether kinds el Ceal.
(Manure by the car lead at Philadelphia stock
yard prices. Farmers and ethers in want et
w ill find it te their advantage te call.
Yard, Harrisburg Pike. )
Oillcc, 35 East Chestnut street. a;;17-lld
IWOKS ANIt STATIONERY.
4 N ELEGANT LINE OF
NEW STYLE FRAMES,
NEW STYLE EASELS,
NEW PANEL PICTURES,
L. M. FLYNN'S
BOOK AND STATIONERY STORE,
Ne. Vi WEST KING STREET.
Schools of Lancaster City,
NEW AND SECOND-HAND.
At the LOWEST PRICES, at the Boek Stoic or
JOM BIER'S SONS,
15 and 17 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
ROBES, BLANKETS, AC.
IGN OF THE BUFFALO HEAD.
I have new en hand the Largest, Best a .id
CiiEArwyr Assebtmkkt of Lined and Uuilned
BUFFALO ROBES in the city. Alse LAP
AND HORSE BLANKETS of every descrip
tion. A full line of
Trunks and Satchels,
Harness, Whips, Cellars, &c.
43"RepairinK neatly and promptly dencet
108 North Omem St., laneaftr.
Brick-Set and Portable
HEATERS and RANGES
Sherter, Huniniirevillc & Kie!Fer"s )
10 EAST KING STREET.
IANCASTEi; AND MILLEKSVIIXB B.K
i Cars run as fellows :
Leave Lancatscr P. 1:. Depot), at 7, 9. and
11:30 a.m., and 'i, 4. ti and S:3e p. in., expt en
Saturday, when the last car leaves at IfcaT p. tn.
Leave Millersville (lower end) at 5, 8. and
a. M., and 1. 3, S and 7 p. m.
Cars run daily en above time except en Sun
CtOLUMBIA AND PORT DEPOSIT R. R
Trains new run regularly en the Columbia
and Pert Deposit Railroad en the following
Statieks North- Express. Express. Accim.
-art. a.m. r. m. v. M.
PortDepesit 6:35 3:55 2.W
Peachbottem 7:12 i:iS ,":1S
Safe Harber. 7A" 5:11 5:il
Columbia I &-.S 5:10 6.20
Statieks Seuth- Express. Express. Acceni .
'WART': A.M. T. M. A.M.
Columbia 11:15 two 7:45
r. M. C:4! AfJ-.OH
Safe Harber. lilt r. M. LcU-.te
Peachbottem l'i."7 ":3Z 11.07
I ' r. m.
Pert Deposit l:M S.'lj Wril
EAD1NG & COI.UMIIIA R. K.
ARRANG EM ENT OF PASSENG ER TRAINS.
OCTOBER 25th, ISmi.
LEAVE. A.M. I-.M. r.M. A.V.
a.m. r.M. r. m.
8:0T. 1:115 :::5li
7:.V 1:10 3:10
iu-.0." .:Jii 5..Vi
Quarryville :!. 2:30 7-
Lanea-ter. lvin;M 7:.V ;t:4ii !i-:si
Lancaster s:U l:Ui ::-.: ;:ie
Lancaster. Kim; St...
Trains connect at Reading with trains te and
trem Philadelphia. PetNville. Hari-ihurg, AI AI
lcnteivn and New Yerk, via Bound Broek
At Columbia uilh trains teand from Yerk,
Hanover, Gctty.diur, Frederick and Balti
more. A. M. WILSON, Supl.
PENNSYI.VAN I A RAILROAD NEW
SCHEDULE On and utter M'NDAY
NOVESIBERtiili-ISl, trains en tin- IVunsyl
vauni Railroad will arrive and lea- the lan-ca-!ci
and Philadelphia depots as lollews:
Yerk Ai'i-iup. .irie-.;.
Dillerville Ai-ceui. Aim
Frederick Areeui. Airiv
A.M. A.M. 1M.
S.05 12:00 ti:lt
10:15 2:10 S.JU
10:07 2:10 :10
10: IS SrJU
11:20 .... 'A25
... 2:10 A.v.
... f.:2l "
... S05 "
... S.05 "
i-. :I5 '
mi. 0:ll "
ii, 1..T. "
.... 1:10 r.M.
... 2:l "
.... .".115 "
.... !::- "
I'll, '.:25 "
2.10 A. K
7. ft) "
12.2 1 "
Mail Train S. I.via Mt..Iey,
Mall Train Ne.2,via t;el'bia,
Niaam.t CIiIimk" Express
Dillerville Lecal. i.iMt..ley
Pacific Express, east. en Sunday, when thi:;
ced, will step at Middletewu, Eluabethtewii
Mt. Jey, liiiiiilisville, Riril-in-Ilnnil, Lemnn
Place, "Gap, Christiana, Parkesbur;;, Coates
ville, Oakland ami Glen Lech.
Fast Line, west, en .Sunday, when ihiuKcd,
will stejiat i)owninj;teivii,Ci:itesvill.". Parlccs Parlccs
bur,Mt..ley, Elizabethtewiiand Middletewu.
Lancaster willi Niagara and Chicago Exiress
at 11:00 a. m., will run through te Hanover.
Abe:iiiltiil lesiileneuat iiulilie sale. On
THURSDAY.NOVEMBER25. IS-tO. will be sold
at public. 'ale :tl the LeepanI hotel. Fast Kiu
street, in thecityet Lancaster, the following
valuable property, te wit :
A let et ground situated en the north side
of East Orange street, in the city if Lancaster
Pa., ee"tainiiiK in front en said street 51 feet
muicer less, and extending nerthwardly 215
feet te Marien street : bounded en the north
by Marien street, aforesaid, en t lie south by
said East Orange .strcet.en the cast by a public
alley, and en the west by around of IS. F. Cov,
en wliich a double two-steiy BRICK DWELL
ING HOU.'-E (Gothic irtyle), Ne. 710. with Back
Building and ether imprevemciits, are erected.
This is really a de-'ii-alde jireperty. The house
is nearly new, iell built, et Keed material, has
all the modern improvements, and the loca
tion N one of the pleasuntcst in the suburbs of
Geed title am! pescssinii en April I, IMI.
Ten pereeiit. ifpurehasi money en day et
sale, f l,5i.O en April I. 1ASI, halancn can lemaiii,
en tlie property en lir.st inerlKa;;e at six per
Sale te ceniiiience at 7 o'clock p.m., of said
day, when attendance will beiven and terms
made known by
ROBERT L. ARMSTRONG.
II. Siil'iiEirr. Auet. novlS-letd
KNAPP'S VILLA FAIL1I FOII SALE.
The subscriber eilers at private bale
until November 2.. all that line MrKUKBAN
RESIDENCE and f.uiii known as Kiiapp-s
Villa, situate v.illiin hall a mile el the city
limits, in Ijuuasler township, Irnntiu;; en the
Philadeli'hia turupil'i. ceulainiu;; ulieut 2S
ACRES, with line residence. never-taillu;
springs el ater.'a large variety of choice fruit
trees and iape vines, all in tin: hihesL stiite
et cultivation, making oneef the most desir
able cenn try residences in the vicinity.
Alse the well known TELL'S HAIN PICNIC
GROUNDS adjoining above and freutini; en
Hie Conesiea. centalnint; about '. ACRES.
If net sold before November Kl the same
will he ellered at public sale en the premises
at which time about 12 head et cattle, hellers
and cows will also be sold.
Alse the well known MECHANICS HOTEL
PROPERTY, corner of Plum and Chestnut
streets, near the Lancaster Maiiufuctiirin;;
Company's Works. This property, if net sold
before November 21, will be ellered ut the
Leepard Hetel en the evening et sahl day.
113 East King Street,
PUBLIC SALE OF VALUAULE CITV
PROPERTY. Will he sold at the Frank
lin Heuse. Nertli Queen street, en WEDNES
DAY, NOVEMBKR2I, 1SS0, the following prop prep
erty: Ne. 1. That elegant Green Stene Frent
DWELLING HOUSE, two-steiy. with Man
sard Reef, both back ami front biiildiii, sit
uated en the northeast corner of Duke anil
.lames streets. Ne. 501. This property has all
the modern improvements, Inth in style and
finish, eenlaiiiiiig vestibule, hall and 13 rooms
bath room, water closet, wash stand and
heater in the cellar, range in the kitchen, het
and cold water up and down stairs. Lel2
feet, mere or less, lrenting en Duke street
and in depth along James street, 120 feel, mere
Ne. 2. A Tuosterv Brick DWELLING
HOUSE, situ led en the west side of North
Queen street, between Walnut and Lemen
streets, Ne. 331, containing 'Ziy. feet, mere or
less,ou North Queen street. and in depth west
ward 215 lect te Market street, containing hall
undo rooms, het and cold water, bath room
and water closet, range ami healers in parlor
and dining rooms, hydrant in the yard and
kitchen, .iash house, .smokehouse and brick
stable en rear of let, cistern and a variety e
Iruit trees in tlie yard. The best of drainage
connected with the city .-.ewer.
Ne. 3. A Tue-stery Briek DWELLING
HOUSE with a Twe-story Brick Back Build
ing, situated en tlie cast side et North Queen
street, betnteu Clay and New streets. Ne. 711,
containing hall and 7roem-, hydrant in the
yard and kitchen. Let fronts Yi feet en
North Queen street, mere or le-, extending
eastward 130, mere or less, te a in feet wide
alley, grape vines and fruit trees in the let,
and fine shade trees in front.
Ne. 4. Adjoining Ne. 3 en the north; hetis;
the same-description as Ne. 2.
Ne. 5. A three-story BRICK DWELLING
HOUSE, w ith t we-stery Brick Back Building
situated en the north side et East James
street, between Diihe and Lime streets. Ne.
121, containing hall and eight rooms, hydrant
A two-sterv BRICK HOUSE, with two
story Brick Back Building attuelied, situate at
Ne.520East orange -itrcet, Ith wis in every
room, and just newly papered. Will be sold at
private sale en cheap and easy terms.
Apply te .IOH.V IIIEMENZ.
nevll'-tfd Ne. 23 North Queen street.
in tlie varu aim Kiicueu, irenis en .lames
street W. teet, mere or less, and in depth 01
Nn.fi. A two story BRICK DWELLING
HOU.-sE, with Mansard Reet and two-story
Briek Back thiiidiug, and one-story Briek
Kitchen, containing hall and nine loom",
range, with het and cold water up and down
stairs, with bath and water closets; also gas
all through the house, with portico in front,
buy window in the rear. This property is lin
ished in tlie latest style. Let 10 feet front, and
In depth 120 teut, mere or less, te a 12 Tcet wide
Ne. 7. The same as Ne. C, containing tlie
These propel tics can be seen by calling en
tlie umlci -igned or en the premises.
Sale te commence at 7 o'clock p. in., nfr-aid
lay, when londitiens of sale will be made
known by JOHN A. BORING,
IlExnr Sucbekt, Auct.