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LANCASTER DAILY 1KT1 LLIGKKCEli. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18.
EATURDAY EVENING. DEC. 18, 1880.
An Editor's Reasons.
T lie pioneer editors of Michigan were a
frank and truthful let of men, as can be
proven by an accident called te mind the
ether day in connection with the name of
Mark Williams, who gave up his life for a
belter one net long age. Mark had a paper
in Clinten county. It was a wee littls
sheet with a huudrcd subscribers, printed
the handiest way, and the office wa3 se
poorly supplied that several different fonts
of type had te be used te set up the read
ing matter. One day the paper came out
with a fierce attack en a state official at
Lansing. lie was called a robber, liar,
thief and various ether epithets, and no
pains was spared te skin him and hang his
hide en the ft nee.
About a week from that date Mark set
smoking beech leaves and tobacco mixed
in equal parts, when a stranger entered.
He was a big bread-shouldered man, with
awful lists and a wicked eye, and he get
down te business bv saying :
" Arc you Mark Williams ?"'
' Well, y-e-s, 1 suppose se," was the
44 And you run this paper ?"
" Well kinder run it, 1 suppose."
44 Very well. I am Mr. , of Lans
ing, the man whom you abused se savage
ly in your columns last week !"
" Yes, I am, and propose te give you the
worst mauling a Western slanderer ever
"Say, arc you really Mr. '."' asked
44 1 a;n, of course I am, and while I am
taking off my coat you may give me your
reasons for publishing that slanderous ar
ticle.' 44 I had two reasons, sir."'
"What arc they?"
"Well, in tlie first place, I thought you
weic a little runt of a man, about four
feet high and about dead with the asthma,
and in tiic next place I thought tlie reads
wcie se infernal bad you could never get
The straightforward confession should
have saved Mark, bi:l it didn't. The
visitor made a dive for him, took out a
handful of hair, and when the editor
jumped through the only window in his
office he was followed and chased into an
old slashing, where he had te remain hid
den until midnight. That accident shaped
his future policy, as he one ilay explained :
4T;ic editorial pen is an all-fired big
lever, but 1 have made it a rule for the
last thirty years net te abuse a man unless
I think 1 can can lick him in a rough
and tumble light around the editorial
A i'lMsburgh Accomplishment.
Did you ever see a Pittsburghcr get a
Hake of soot oil" his face .' He never rubs
it oil. Te rub oil' a (lake of soot discloses
the stranger. It also leaves a streak of
black half an inch wide in place of the Hake
of soot as big as a thicc cent piece, Tins
is net an improvement. The I'ittsburgher
te the manner born blows it oil', lie is an
adept at the art. If the Hade nestles en
his nose he protrudes his under lip, gives
one vigoieits whifF, and the obnoxious
Pittsburgh suewllake leaves his face with
out a mark. If it lights en either check,
the mouth is puckcrad and stretched
around in the direction of the smut with
the unerring accuracy of a garden hoe. It
is astonishing what almost inaccessible
portions of the face and head can be reach
ed by a native burgher in this way. I have
seen 'one who could pull a black Hake oil'
the back of his neck. Sometimes the
beauty-spot will nestle in behind the left
car, where it is apparently secure trem a
blew as a calm centrej; but the native sim
ply gives it a puff clear around his head
Irem left te right ; the current passes ever
the left ear, caroms en the right and
comes back and picks up the wanderer and
blows him away. They pull" these sable
flakes in any position as easily as a weekly
paper part's the summer circus.
LANCASI i:lt I.OUSr.lIOI.1) MARKET.
Ilutter llti 3n3."c
Clip Cheese, '.CUp- 5c
Cottage cheese, 1 pieces !c
Dutch chccc "jl lump SWlec
Apples f? pfc lugISc
Ruuauus ca'ch ."ic
Cherries, dried, qt 12c
Currant-. dried, $1 a 12c
Cranberries 5' U 10c
Dried Apples l il r.r'c
" Peaches $1 nt lllic
.rapes Tl Jl, i'lf
Lemens 3,1 dnz 1320c
(IraitTS $1 dez -20c
Persimmons ?c? ijt IHc
Reetsfl Imncli Be
Cabbage 1 head limine
Carrots i bunch a3c
Celery $1 bunch 10c
Lima beans $1 i;t Wfjlic
Onions fji pic MfiJc
41 'jl buneli rc
Polnle.-s V : pi; ...leQl-Jc,
(!) "Jl jjpeck Ale
Radishes $1 bunch v ."c
Soup Reims?! qt He
Salsily "Jl bunch lc
Turnips?' J peck loc
Chickens ?1 pair (live) .VlgTSc
Ducks?! pair S0c&i$l
.ccse?l piece 75001
Turkeys it niece (live) "tcdtl
?t . (cleaneil) i:iir.e
l!atl R loc
CallMi $! , -ji.e
Eels ?! U luc
Pel eh 1()C
ellCKiT. .................... ,C
White I'Wi ?! V., l-je
Jtlnu " loc
Halibut? C 12c
Jieel Steak, ?! 8 1020c
Roast (rib) ",1 ft li<k-
44 " (chuck) ?1 lli Willi-
' Cernell. $1 tt 1012c
44 Uriel, at r, ii'(;2sc
J!ecf hiuil quarter ?' II 7Sc
tore quarter '1 ft ."mCc
Holegnn dried i"c
Hani ?! It. hTflSc
Lamb V II. 102Uc
Lai'd ?) ll '.tyhlVc
Mutten ?! It. W($Uc
Mince Meat ?l II 1230c
I'erk l B. !l(lv
Pudding?' 1!. sftHic
Sausage?! II. 0l'Jc
Apple Ratter ?! qt 2T.C
Eggs ?1.!e 33ffl40e
Heney ?t ae25c
fceap ?! B, r,,se
Sauerkraut ?l.jl 812c
Rabbits?) pair 40c
Hay Timrthv 11 ten $30
44 Clever?! ten $ic
Cern m bus 55C0C
Lye If! 1'us 8390c
Tiiuethy Seeeil 'ul 1ms $3.253.50
Wheat fl bus $1.12
Chestnuts 1 qt i-i,.
.,. a , . "" IbVi
bhelbarks y qt j0c
It Acllii;i i Sure anil Safe.
The cclebrateil reiispily ki.lncv-Wert ran
new Ik; eblaiueil In the usual Ory vegetable
terui, oriuliquiillerni. 11 is put in the latter
way ter the rspcci.il convenience et tliese who
vaiinct ivailily preareit. It will be femnl
very treticciitniteil anil will act with equal elli
cieiiey in either ea-e. lie sure anil reail the
new ailverti-eincnl ter particulars. Seuthand
Wicked ler Clergymen.
' I believe it te lie all wrong and even wick
ed ter clergymen or ether puhlicmcu te be led
into giving testimonials te quack doctors or
vile stuffs called medicines, but when a really
meritorious article is nmiie p 0f common
valuable remedied known te all, and that all
physicians use and trust in daily, we should
1 reely commend it. I there lore cheerfully and
heartily commend Hep Rittcrs for the geed
thev have done 111c and iny friends, lirinly be
lieving they have unequal for family use. I
will net be without them."
Kcv. , Washington. D. C.
t MRS. M.A. EDWARDS law removed her
Millinery Stere te Ne. 230 Uest King street,
where she will be pleased te sue. all her old
customers. Hennct. Hats. Ribbons, Sitting,
Velvets, Feathers, Flowers, Sc, will be sold
cheaper than ever bifere Call and sec.
FIBST BAPTLST, EAST CHESTNUT ST.
Preaching te-morrow mernins and even
ing by the pastor. Itev. W'va. Morrison. Sun
FIRST REFORMED CHUKCH THE
usual divine services te-morrow at 10 a.
hi. and Vi p. in. Sunday school at 1 p. in.
I71RST M. E. CUUECH. NORTH DUKE
. Street. Preaching by the pastor, llev. S
II. C. Smith, at 10 a. m. and at 7 p. in. Sab
bath school at 1 p. m. Voting peeji'.e'.s
prayer meeting at C p. m.
E. MISSIONS. EAST .MISSION
Sabbath school at 1:40 n. m.
West Mission. Preachintr mcrnins and
evening by the pastor, Ilcv. S. O. Garrison.
Sunday school at 1 p. m. frayer meeting at
6:30 p. 111.
MORAVIAN SERVICES BOTH MORN
ing and evening, at the usual hours. Sun
day school at 2 p. 111. Preaching by Kcv. S.
Morgan Smith, of Yerk.
PRESBYTERIAN. SERVICES MOUSING
and evening, at the usual heui.s. Preach
ing by the pastor, Itev. J. Y. Mitchell, I). I.
PRESBYTERIAN MEMORIAL MISSION
Chapel, Seuth Queen Street. Kcv. J. C.
Hume, pastor. Evening service at 7J4 o'clock.
The Lord's Supper will be administered and
new members received. Sunday school at i
ST. JAMES REV. C. F. KNIUIIT, 1. !.,
rector. Hely Communion at 8 and morn
ing service at 10 a. in. Evening Prayer at
Vi p. m.
ST. PAUL'S M.E., CUURCU, S. OUEEN ST.
Preaching at 10 a. in., and at yt n. 111.,
by the pastor, IJev. J. Lindemuth. Prayer
meeting at C p. in. Sunday school at ! p.
C?T. STEPHEN'S CHAPEL,
kj Campns. Divine tervice te-morrow morn
itev. J. II
ing at 10 o'clock.
vuoes, u. it.
T. PAUL'S REFORMED DIVINE SICR-
viccs at 10K a. in., and at 1A 11. in. Preach
ing by the pastor. Sunday .school at y p. in.
l'raycr mceimg at u p. in.
ST. LUKE'S REFORMED MISSION,
Marietta Avenue, near West Orange street.
Divine service at 10 a. 111. and 7" p. 1:1. Sun
day school at i! p. 111. Iter. W. 1. I.iehltter,
ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHUKCH.
Preaching by Itev. Sylvaniis Stall, both
luerning and evening.at the usual lieui-s. Sun
day school at 1:45 p. 111.
SECOND EVANGELICAL, CHURCH
(Knglish), North Mulberry street, above
Orange. Prcuching at 10 a. 111. and 7', p. 111.
by the pastor, Kev. J. A. Feger. Sabbathschoel
at 2 p. m. lievival services during the week
at 7 p. m.
SALEM CUURCtl OF GOD. PREACHING
morning and evening, by the pastor, Kev.
.1. IS. Sonic ; Sunday uchoel at 1 p. 111.
West Mission, Derwurt street. Sunday school
at lji p. 111. North Mission. Antioch. Sunday
acuoei at 'j n, 111 ; preaching at fi p. 111.
Seuth Mission, Heaver street. Sunday school
at 1 p. 111. ; evening service at 5 p. in.
UNION BETHEL CHURCH OF GOD
Preaching te-morrow by the pastor, Kev.
I. A. L. Laverty, at 10 a. 111., and 7J- p. in.
Sunday school and adult Itible class at lfi p.
111., and at the Green street Chapel at 2 p. 111.
T)OCKLAND SUNDAY SCHOOL (UNDE
1 noiuinatienal) meets in the Keckland
street public school building, ucry Sunday
afternoon at 1 o'clock. Everybody elceine.
There is no civilized nation in the Western
llcini-phcre in wliich the utility et Hosteller's
Steiuach Hitters as a tonic, corrective and
auli-bilieiis nieiliciue. is net kneuu and ap
reeiateil. While it is a medicine ter all sea
sons and all climates, it is especially suited te
the complaints generated by the weather, be
ing the purest and best vegetable s-tiiuulunt in
Fer .sale' by all Druggists and Dealers te
whom apply ter Hosteller's Almanac for l.-sl.
This Great Remedy
in cither Liquid or Dry Ferm acts at the same
lime en the disascs et the
Liver, Bowels li Eleys,
This combined action ivex it irenilerfiil pnvci
te cure tll diseases.
WHY ARE WE SICK?
liccauxc ice allow these ureal or;an te be
came clegyed or torpid, aial poiseno'i,. humors
arc therefore forced into the bleed that should
be expelled naturally.
KIDNEY WORT WILL CURB.
Klileusncss, Piles, Constipation, Kidney
Complaints, Urinary HlseaseK, I''emale
Weakness and Nervous Disorders,
bji causimj free action of these ertans and r.
storing their power te threw off disease.
Why suffer bilious pains and aches?
Why tormented with Piles, Const ip.itieu ?
Why frightened ever disordered Kidneys?
Why endure nervous or sick headaches'?
Why have sleepiest nights?
Use KIDNEY WORT and rejoice in health.
5 It is put up in Dry Vegetable Ferm, 111
nin cans, one package of which makes siv
3" quarts of medicine.
; Alse In Liquid Ferm, very Ceiieentral ed
5-!or the convenience et these who cannot
S-readily prepare it. acts with eyual
3 efficiency in either form.
GET IT OF Y017U DRUGGIST. PRICK,!.
KIJ,S, KICMAUUSON & CO., Trop's,
(Will .send the dry pest-paid.)
dec 18 lyd&wl
New Cren New Orleans Molasses. Kakin;
and Fresh PUTTER.
Raking Seda and Raking Powders, Kec
Wat r, Flavoring Extracts, ,Vc.
D. S. BURSK,
NO. 17 EAST KING STREET.
FRUITS, NUTS. CONFECTIONS,
Fine Dchesia Raisins, Fine French Prunes,
Cencervcs Apricots, Prnnellcs, Fine Layer
Figs, Gelden and Persian Dates. French Crvs
tnllized Apricots and Cherries, Choice Flerida
and Jamaica Oranges, White Grapes, Fine
CANNED FRUITS, viz: Peaches, Pears,
Pine Apples. Cherries, California Egg Plums,
Apricots, Nectarines, Green Gage Plums,
Queen Olives, etc.
Want of space leibids us te name the many
nice troeds we have.
Don't fail te call and see. Ne troublete -hnr
goods and give prices.
D. S. BURSK,
NO. 17 EAST KINO STRKICT.
JJrick'Sct and Portable
HEATERS and RANGES
Shertzcr, Hnmplireville & Kselfer's
40 EAST KING STREET.
. All kinds et Heuso Painting ami Graining
done nt the shortest notice and in the best pos
sible style. We have reduced our prices te
$1.73 per day. shopeu Charlette street.
OCtia-amU ALLEN GUTHRIE & SONS.
2KIM3IIXQ8, SOTIOy.S, &J
A STIUCH ISi:0..S STORK.
13 JCAST KING STREET, LANCASTER, PA.
13 E.VST KING STREET, LANCASTER, PA.
13 EAST KING feTREET, LANCASTER, PA.
COME AND SEE THE
COME AND SEE THE
COME AND SEE THE
Dells, with moving limbs and hair, at r.c
Wax Dells, with hair, at 7, 'J, 10c. upward
Moving Eyes Wax Dells, ut 29, Si, 43c
A large Wax Dell, with hair, for '4c
Handsome Dells, with shoes and
stockings, at 43c.
Fine Moving Eyes Dells at 4S and r7c
Handsome Ruby Dell:!.
lliUH.senie Rey Dells.
Fine French Dells at Si.
THE SLEEPING J1EAUTV.
THE SLEEPING IIEAUTY.
THE SLEEPING IIEAUTY.
A line and me.-t beautiful Dell.
Dells' Heads in China and Patent.
French Dell Heads.
Dells Shoes in all sixes.
Dells' Redics fiem 19c. upwards.
We shall exhibit a me.it handsome
DOLL'S HEAD IX LIFE SIZE.
DOLL'S HEAD IN LIFE SIZE.
DOLL'S HEAD IN LIFE SIZE.
DOLL'S HEAD IN LIFE SIZE.
DOLL'S HEAD IN LIFE SIZE.
Every purchaser et
$.". WORTH OF GOODS
S WORTH OF GOODS
$3 WORTH OF GOODS
will receive one chance en this beautiful head,
the same te be
FRIDAY, DECEMRERSlst, AT 2 P. M.
FRIDAY', DECEMRER 31st, AT 2 P. M.
FRIDAY, DECEMRER 31st, AT 2 P. M.
Silk Velvet Picture Frames at....
Larue Velvet Picture Frames at.
Picture Frames, for Impel ial Photographs,
Fine Ve.vet and Satin Frame 73c
Photograph Albums 25c
Fine Photograph Albums at IKI, 83, 83c
A Geed Leather Round Album :it $1
A ion Picture Album at $1.19
Autograph Albums very cheap.
Lare Autograph Albums at
Writing Desks at
Ladies' Writing Desksas
An elegant Writing Desk at
Werk I'.exes at
Fine Werk Rexes at
Elegant;Werk Rexes at 8Cc.,$l.l!l,:H.!n, upwards
Gleve and Handkerchief Rexes at (!9c. a set
Gleve and Handkerchief Rexes, in.
Leather, at $1.25 a set.
Cleve and Handkcrchiel Rexes, in Fine Rus
sian Leather, lined with satin, and
Cull' and Cellar Rexes
Japanese Gleve Rexes
Japanese Handkerchief Rexes
Fine Japanese Jewelry Caes
Large Japanese .lewelry cases..
Cigar Stands at.
.75; use, upwards
Heyt's German Cologne
17c. a bottle
25c. a bottle
r me l'eriumeries ai
Fine Eau de Cologne in Pitchers....
Perfumeries in Ilaskets
Perfumeries put up in Fancy Rexes.
l'eriumeries put up in Large Rexes.
WRITING PAPER IN FANCY ROXES.
WRITING PAPER IN FANCY ROXES.
WRITING PAPER IN FANCY HOXI.
Shell Reves at
Fine Shell Ilaskets at
Fine Shell Pin-cushions at
Shell Rexes in shape et bureaus
shell Rexes in shape et book stands.
Shell Gleve Rexes
Shell Handkerchief Rexes
Wire Watch Stands ISnnd 25c
Linen Culls and Cellars, put up in boxes,
Linen Cuffs and Cellars, trimmed with lace,
put up in boxes, at 30c. per set.
Flue Einbieidered Sets at ). 14, 4?e., up
Fine Lace Ties.
Fine Lace Fichus.
Fine Spinish Ties and Fichu-:.
Ladies' Rows and Cellars.
Ladies' Silk Ties, embroidered ends at r.(;
Ladies' Silk Ties, embroidered,
with fringe, $1.
A Fine Satin Tie at. 25c
Ladies Silk Sashes at $i.'X,
Ladies' Hal Sashes at , $.w
Spanish Lace Fichus at .10c
We offer a choice line at very low prices.
A Fine Pbcketboek, with handle, at 25c
Fine French Morocco Reeks at.. O, 4i, 50e.. up
Russian Leather Reeks at (V). 75 and sc
Very Fine Leather Poekctbeoksat$l,
$1.25, $1.30, upwards.
Ladies' Hand Satchels at 75c
Ladies' Hand Satchels, in Russian Leather,
Satin Laced, $1.73.
Velvet Rags, Plush Rags, and ethers.
Hau dkerchiels in Rexc- at4S, 01, 79c, upward.
A Handsome Handkerchief Rex, containing
eue-uaii Meen Ladies' line i.mnroi i.mnrei
dereil Initial Handkerchief", hem
stitched, at $3.
Gents' and Ladies' German Linen Handkir
chiels, put up in Fancy Rexes, suit
able for presents.
Silk Haudkerchiels in great variety.
FINE GILT JEWELRY.
FINE GILT JEWELRY.
FINE GILT JEWELRY,
Resides these Fancy Articles mentioned, we
offer a choice line et u-c!ul articles, suitable
At specially inducing prices.
Fine Ladies' Merine Vests at 4Sc
Fine Gents' Under Shirts at 50c
Corsets at 4;ic
at very low ptices, te close out the stock
TOWELS AT A SACRIFICE.
A large Tewel at 9cj per dozen
An all-linen line Tewel at nic
A knotted fringe Tewel at 25c
Table Cleths, all linen, at $.e
TIDIES IX LACE. APPLIQUE A'D AN
TIQUE. LACE SPREADS.
Rabies' Embroidered Shawls,
Rabies' Embroidered Di
Cap-J and Heet's for Children and Ladies'
car, In various styles and luaKes.
LADIES' SLEEVELESS WAISTS,
, . KID GLOVES,
LADIES' FELT AND FLANNEL SKIRTS.
It will pay you 10 give us a cull, and te ex
amine the dlsnhlV Of Olir L'OfMls Wn .lnn
a-,k any one te buv, unlessthey And our prices I
lower than ellered elsewhere, anil the goods te
uc wiiuievci rcprvsenicu.
BKY GOODS, vyitERWEAX, &C.
"VTOVELTIES IN SCARF PINJs.
THE "BERNHARDT" GREYHODND PIN
ILNDERSIURTS AXD DRAWERS,
E. J. ERISMAN'S,
5U NORTH QUEEN STREET
Are tillering a Large and Attractive Assert
incut of goods suitable for
We are new showing a large stock of
goods in every department.
J. 1$. MAltTIN & CO.
In our Dress Goods Department we
are showing some staple goods for Pres
ents. Riaek Silks and Rlack Cashmeres.
We claim that our Rlaek Cashmeres arc
special value. All we ask is a compari
son with oilier goods. In low-priced
goods we have a handsome line, that
will be sure te please.
J. B. 3IARTIN & CO.
In our Rlanket and Flannel Depait
ment we are showing goods that will
make some very acceptable Presents.
Among them wc mention Rlaukets,
Ladies Skirls, &e.
J. IJ. MARTIN & CO.
In our Hosiery and Underwear De
partment you will lind an elegant stock
of Hosiery and Underwear, all sizes anil
pi ices, for Ladies, Gents nntl Children.
.1. R. MARTIN & CO.
In our Qiicensware Department we
are .showing the largest and Uncut line
in the city, at prices, loe, that yen will
lind right. We have a choice line of
llaviland's Art Plaques, French China
Cups and Saucers, Moustache Coffees,
15. & M. Sets; China Plates, Cups and
Saucers for Children: Tea Sets, French
China Fruit Plates, tc. All the goods
are handsomely decorated, ami make
elegant Presents. Glassware and Ma
jolica Ware. Wc are showing the.largest
line of Decorated Chamber Sets. Hand-
ed Seta as low its $3.50.
J. B. MARTIN .t CO.
In ether departments we are showing
Gossamer Rubber Clothing, Silk and
Alpaca Umbrellas, Crumb Cleths, Rugs,
Fancy Seap, Perfumery. Silk and Linen
Haudkerchiels, &c., .ic.
7y Wc icspcctfully solicit a call.
J. B. MARTIN & CO.,
Cor. West King and Prince Sts.
LANC ASTER, PA.
SLUM IIS, XX'.
EDGE11LEY & CO.'S.
Practical Caniagc Builders,
Market Street, Rear of Central Market Houses
We have en hand a Large Assortment et
PORTLAND, ALBANY, AND
DUUJSLE SEAT SLEIGHS,
W hich wc offer at Hie
VERY LOWEST PRICES.
Alse 11 full line of RUUUIES and CAR
RIAOES all of our own well known make
Give us n call.
AS-Repairing promptly attended te.
HIGHEST CASH I'lttCK 1VILL UK
PAID FOR EXTRA NICE
Carpets made te enler at short notice ind
Rare chances in Carpets te reduce stock of
6,000 Yards Brnls Carpets,
AT AND HELOW COST.
C:.II anil satisfy yourself, Alse, Ingrain. Rag
and Chain Carpetsinalmestendless variety .nt
H. S. SHIRK'S
9.0H WEST KINO STBEKT,
GREAT BARGAINS IN
CLOAKS AND DOLMANS.
WATT, SHAND & COMPANY
have made large purchases of these goods away below manuiacturer's prices.
HANDSOMELY TRIMMED DOLMANS at is and $10 each, worth -Jj per cent. meie.
Rare Value ia LADIES' CLOAKS at $2, S3. $5. $7, $9, $10, $li50.
One Let LADIES' GREY ULSTER CLOTH COATS at $4.73, -would be cheap at $S.
JUST OPENED AX ELEGANT LINE OF
, fX?t30Xaxe' Chinese Novelties, Kioto Ware. Thousands of rare ami beautiful articles
at LOWEST CITY PRICES.
NEW YORK STORE,
8 AND 10 EAST KING STREET.
NEW GOODS FOR
LADIES, for New, Desirable and Cheap Silk Handkerchiefs, Lace Tics. But But
eons of all Kinds, Corsets, Kid and Lisle Thread Gloves, Hosiery, &c, call at GTJN
DAKER'S. A Full Line of Fancy Articles suitable for a
NICE CHRISTMAS PRESENT,
effered ehcap at GUNDAKER'S. Alse,
PARTMENT, with a view te closing out
Plush Bennets and Hats offered at a SacriUce.
Plueh and Velvets all Shades, sold cheap.
Bennets and Hats in French and "Weel Felts, for 50 and 75l4.
C2F"Give us a call and examine our stock, at
142 & 144 North Queen Street, Lancaster, Pa.
GBEAT SLAUGHTER IN CLOTHING.
GRAUD HARK BOWI AT CENTRE HALL.
Will he sold in sixty days TEN THOI'SAND DOLLARS WORTH of
HEAVY WINTER CLOTHING,
Without rejrard te cost. New in your time 10 secure a tjewl Suit et Clothing liirvcrv little
money, Rcady-inadc or Made te Order.
OVERCOATS IN GBEAT VARIETY,
Fer Men, Youths and Beys. Men's Dress .Suits, Men's Ru-iinc-s PuiN. Youth-' Suits in every
style. Reys' Clothing, a very Choice Variety.
Xjy Don't fail te call anil secure sonic et" tin: ltnrgitiiis.
MYERS & RATHFON,
Ne. 12 EAST KING STREET, LANCASTER, I'ENN'A.
VMS A AH Si OLASSWAllK.
We arc Opening Daily New
DECORATED CHAMBER SETS.
All of the
and at the
Fined Quality and Decorations
O-UIVE US A CALL.
HIGH & MARTIN,
15 BAST KING STREET.
Widmyer it Ricksecker's.
In Spun Silk, Terry, Cane Rack and Seat .
Kl'.OXr CA ItlXETS.
In Cane, Weed and Perlerated.
Felding Chuirs, Rataii Rockers.
FOOT-RESTS, SHOE-ROXES and LOOKING
S.E. COR. EAST KING AND DDKE STS.,
BOOTS AND SUOES.
Ne. 105 North Oucen street for
and Rest ROOTS AND SHOES.
105 Sign of the Itiir Shee.
Ijl 4 QT HOOTS. SHOES AND LAST
Xj AIjI made en a new principle, insur
ing comfort for the feet.
I it t Vrl,t Lasts inadu te order.
tcblt-lf.l 133 East King sl eit
I.AUI1.S AND GENTS
It you want a
GOOD FITTING BOOT OR SHOE,
ltcay-madc or made te order, call at
Ne. 105 North Queen Street.
Custom Werk a Specialty. c2S.tWt
WM. P. FBAILEY'S
MONUMENTAL IJARBLE WORKS
7S8 Nertn yueen Street, Ijuieuter, I'u.
MONUMENTS, HEAD AMI FOOT STONE",
i A It U E W hi' A 1 u Alt 1 ,
CEMETERY LOTS ENCLOSED, Ac.
All work guuranteeil and satisfaction g en
In every particular.
N. R. Remember, works at the extreme end
et North Queen strent. m30
an inducement in
the entire Stock.
the MILLINERY DE-
rp:n: emi'dimum for holiday I'kes-
1 ENTS. Presents for all at FREY'S CITY
PHARMACY. North Oucen. corner Ornnxe
street, Lancaster, Pa. An iiuusenu variety of
Teuet sets. i.aiues' anil uentir companions.
Ladies' Cabbas, Russia Leather and Seal Skin
Pocket-Reeks, Letter and Card Cases, Fans,
Cigar Cases, Ac. Fine Colognes, Toilet Water-.
Cut Ulass I tot tics, &c.
-OS-CALL AND EXAMINE.
Te Nervous Sullcrcrs Tlie Great Euro
pean Remedy Dr. J. R. Simpsen's Specific
Medicine. It is a positive cure for Sperma Sperma
eorrhea, Seminal Wcakucss,luipetcucy,niitl all
diseases resulting from Self-Abuie, as Mental
Anxiety, Less of Memery, 1'ains in Rack or
Side, and diseases that lead te Consumption,
Insanity and an early grave. The Specific
Medicine is being used with wonderful success.
I'amphlets sent tree te all. Write for them ami
get lull partictilnrx. Price, Specific, $1 icr
package, or six packages for $3. J. IS. SIMP
SOX MEDICINE COMPANY, Ne. 101 and 1(
Main Street, Hiitlale, N. Y. Address all inlcr
II. IJ. COCHRAN, Druggist, Sele Agent,
i:;7and i:K North (lueeii Street, Lanctistcr
A Pleasant, Safe, Speedy and Sum Remedy for
Colds, Coughs, Hoarseness, Asthma, Influ
enza, Soreness nt the Threat and Chest,
Rrenchitis, Whooping Cough, Spit
ting of llloed, liifhimmatieii of
the Lungs, am.' all Diseases or
the Chestand Air Passage.
This valuable preparation combines all the
medicinal virtues of these articles which long
experience has proved te possess the most
sale and eflicient qualities for tlie cure of all
kinds of Lung Diseases, i'rice i rent. Pre
ared only and sold by
CHAS. A. LOCHER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST
NO. 9 KAST KIM) STKKKT. elB-tlil
PURE ROH EM I AN TOILET SETS.
RICHLY CUT AND ENGRAVED
A Large Variety of Elegant ODOR CASES
and STANDS, PERFUMERY ROXES. e.
Alse an Eteii"dve AjerJmcnt of
Toilet ami Fancy Articles,
RRUS1IES, COM US and MIRROR TOILET
American, French and English
And :i variety of ether geeds siiihibh; for
Prcsuuti', of which my Stock Is larger
than ever before.
G. W. HULL,
Ne. 15 WEST KING STKEET,
INVALIDS TAKE NOTICE.
NEARLY :,000 PERSONS
have placed themselves under my charge dur
ing the last three years in Reading and this
city. One-half of them at least were called in
curables. Chronic cases of Dyspepsia, Con
sumption. Rheumatism, and ether atllictieus.
Nearly all reported tlie same story, viz: I have
tried many doctors and quack medicines, all
in vain. 1 am discouraged. While curing the
sick in these two cities ever 1,500 deatys have
occurred in ether physicians' practice, anfl net
a halt-dozen in mine. Won't you iu person (at
my offices) or by letter in vestlgate my remark
able cures. Men and wnmcu sick ler years,un
ilcrniy practice were in a few days or weeks
cured. Send or call and gat a 12-page pamph
let (Tree), containing the names of people thus
ranidlv cured here in Lancaster. All cured by
placing my inexpensive medicines en the out
side nt the body. Ne poisons usi-d, and no
drugs, syrups, jnlls, powders, bitters, or ether
such vile stuirs placed in the stomach. Con
sultations anilEjCHKiinalienr V.-ee at my offices.
Hundreds have been cured et Catarrh ter M
cents. Cure Quick ler Catarrh sent te ::ny ad
dress in the United Stated for 59 cent".
DR. OfiA. GREENE,
Si Var) Exjierience),
Ne. 23B NORTH QUKKN STREET,
30 tMMWr'JLS Lancaster. Pa.
.i.STl.i4 AMD aillAKRSYIIXE K.
Cars run as fellows :
1, . " umw,H'r 1. R. Depot), at 7. 9. and
'"i1 in!:iy;.w cn M"? 1,wt cr leave at !: p. m .
l. M., and 1. a. 5 and 7 n. m. ' '
Cars run daily en above time except en ana
CWLC3UUA AND FORT JDKTOSIT K. K
Trains new run regularly en tlie Columbia
and Pert Deposit Railroad en the rollewlnit
Statiess Nesth- Express. Exprcsu. Acceu.
WAUD. A.M. T. K. P. K.
Pert Deposit. 6:S5 3:55 00
Peach"oettom..... 7:12 iviH 3:18
Safe Harber. 7:35 3:11 5;31
Columbia.. :i3 0:40 &
STATieire Secth- Express. Express. Accem .
H-ASO. A. Jl. F.X. A.M.
Columbia. 11:5 6r20 7:45
r. x. 6:4 Ar9-0S
Safe Harber. Pill r.n. Le!hW
I'cachbotteni 1457 7-32 11.07
l'ert Deposit 1-30 S:l5 lirii
SCHEDULE On and after SUNDAY
NOVEMRERSth.lSiO, trains en the Pennsyl
vaniu Railroad will arrive and leave the Lan-
ca-tei and X'hilndelphia depots as follews:
Kimvien Leave Arrive
s-OTWAKP. Lanc'ter Phllad'a
Philadelphia Express, 2:10 a.m. 4:15 a.k
Fast Line, 5-30 " 7:40 "
Yerk Accem. Arrives; 8.05 " ....
Harrisburg Express 05 w llkle "
DiUcrvillc Accem. Arrives, 8:45
Columbia Accommodation, 9:10 " lid r.M.
Frederick Accem. Arrives, 1-35 " -
l'acitlc Express, 1:40 v.si. 3:45 "
Sunday Mail 20 " 5:00 -
Johnstown Express, 3-05 " 5:30 "
Day Express, 4:3 " 6:45 4
Harrisburg Accomuiedut'n, 6ra 44 'JUW '4
u' ... Leave Arrive
rt XSTWAKP. piiUad'a Iineter
Way Passenger, l-.'tO a.m. 5:10 a. ai
MallTralnNe.l.via JlLJey, 7:3u " Iinfl'
MailTrainNo.2,viaCel'bl .... l0.2- "
Niagara Chicago Express 'MM 4- 11:05 "
Sunday Mail, "saw " HWO 4-
Fast Line iiii " i35 p.n.
Frederick Accouuneilatioii, .... 2:41 4
DiilerviIlwLocal.viaMt.Jey .... 2:50 "
Harrisburg Accnniiuednt'n, i; p.. 5:45 "
Columbia Accommodation, 4:00 " 7:2i' 4'
Harrisburg Express, 5:30 " 7:30 "
Pittsburg Kxpreas, 6:25 " 8-M "
Cincinnati Express, 9:10 " 11.30 "
Pacific Express, 11-55 " 2.40A.M
Pacific Express, east, en Suuday, when
gen, win step 111 jiiiiuieiewn, Kiizaue
Ml. Jey. Iindisville. Rlrd-in-Hanil.
ed, will step at Middletown, Elhtabethtewu
It. Jey. I-indlsville. Rlrd-in-Hanil. Leiuan
Place, Gap, Cliristiana, Parkesburg, Ceates
ville, Oakland and Glen Lech.
Fast Line, w-st, en Sunday, when flagged,
will step at Downingtewn.Coatesvillc. 1'arkes
burg, Alt. Jey, Elizabethtown and Middletown.
Haiioveraceeinuioilation west, connecting at
Lancaster with Niagara and Chicago Express
at 11:00 a. in., will run through te Hanover.
Frederick Acc-omuindntieii, west, connects nt
Lancaster, with Fast Line, west, at 2:35 r. it.,
and will run tareugh te Frederick.
1'AI'Ei: IMAMUIXUS, .
Musi WiHw Cornice,
the Cheapest, Simplest and Rest'ln the Market.
Made et Walnut. Meulding three anil four
inches wide, and New Patterns. Wi: have them
thirteen ilttlcrcnt ways, and very low In price.
FINE ERONY AND WALNUT
with Rrass Rings. Ends and Rr.ickets. All
Walnut and Ah Poles complete.
Plain Window Shades,
All Celers and Widths. Hollands, Puper Cur
tains, FKtuics. Fringes, Cords, Tassels, Leeps.
Picture Nails,' Tassel Heeks, Ac.
Opening almost daily New Styles of
FOR THE COMING SPRING.
PHARES W. FRY.
Ne. 57 NORTH QUEEN ST.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In all kinds et
LUM RER AND COAL.
-Yard : Ne. 420 North Water and Prince
streets above Lemen. Iaiicaster. n3-lyd
COAL! COAL! COAL! COAL
Coaiet tne Dent juality put up expressly
for family use, ami at the low
est market prices.
TKY A SAMPLE TON.
- YAKD lfiO SOUTH WATKK ST.
n.-.-.l-lyd PHILIP SCHUM.SON X CO
COHO & WILEY,
XXO SOUTH rATEK HT., iMtuatter, fu.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
LUMBER AND GOAL.
Connection With the Telephonic Kxcliange.
Hrauch Olllce : Ne. 3 NORTH DUKE ST.
HOOD, CLEAN FAMILY COAL,
Farmers and ethers in want et Superior
Manure will lind it te their advantage te call.
Yard, Harrisburg Pike. I
Olllce. 20 East Chestnut streeL ( aglMId
AND COAI- ItT YKI.KPBONK
ire new prepared te re-
ccive orders for
Ceal, Lumber, Sash, Beers,
by Telephone. Sten in nt the Exchange and
de your own ordering free of charge.
O.SKN ERA SONS,
S. E Cor. Prince and Walnut Streets.
eij-t itR a annua.
27th Popular Monthly Drawing
COMMONWEALTH DISTRIBUTION CO.
At Macauley's Theatre, In the City of Louis
FRIDAY, DECEMBER Slat, 1880.
These drawings occur monthly (Sundays
excepted) under previsions et un Act el tun
Oenenil Assembly or Kentucky, incorporat
ing the Newport Printing and Newspaper
Company, approved April f), 1BTO.
0-Tlds In a special act, and baa never been
The United States Circuit Court 011 March 31,
1 reuuereii me juiiiiwiii;; 11 .rcisiuiiM -
ill llim uinbuiuiiiiiunraiiii umrillllUOB
Company Is legal.
2UIU drawings irre fair..
N. R. The Company has new en hand a
large reserve fund. Read the list or prizes ler
I prize.. ...... ...... ..$ 30,000
1 prize. ..... .................... I0,oue
1 prize. ................. ................. t,000
10 prizes JLOUOeach 10,0011
i prizes 506 each 10,0011
200 prizes SO each 10,000
000 prizes 'JO each 12,000
1000 prizes lOeach 10 008
9 prizes 300 each, approximation prizes 2L708
9 prizes 200 each, " fm,
9 prizes 100 each. " 'ggg
1,950 prizes 1112. 10c
Whole tickets, : hair tickets, II ; 27 ticket
"j0; 55 tickets, 100. u"''"'u
Remit Meney or Rank Draft in Letter ei
send by Express. DON'T SEND RY REGIS
TERED LETTER OR POJTOKt'ICE OKDER
Orders of 5 and upward, by Exprtts, can bt
sentateure.xpen-e I:. M. ItOAKDMAN
Coiiricr-leurnal Ruiiiling, Louisville. Kv.. 01
:-7 and Mi Rreadwuv. New V-rlc.
G1KEAT WESTERN GUN TVOKKy, Pitts
1 burgh. Pa. Send stamp for catalogue
Rifles, shot guns, revolvers, sent C. O. lVfe.