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LANCASTER DAKY HTTELLIGiafCEK, FREEST, DECEMBER 31, 1880.
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FRIDAY EVENING. SEC. 31, 1880.
RING OUT THE OLD.
(Jrem " Ja 3Iemeriam.")
Ring out the old, ring in the new.
King, nappy bells, across the snow :
The year is going, let him go ;
ning ent the false, ring In the true.
Sing out the grief that saps tbe mind,
Fer these that here ire see no mere ;
Rlngeut the fend of xich and peer,
ning In redress te all mankind.
King out a slowly dying cause,
And ancient forms of party strife ;
King in the nobler modes of life.
With sweeter manners, purer laws.
Kins out the want, the care, the sin,
The faithless eeldness of the times ;
King out, ring out my mournful rhymes,
But ling tbe fuller minstrel in.
King out false pride in place and bleed,
Tnc civic slander and the spite ;
King iu the lore or truth and right,
King in the common lore of geed.
King out old bhapes of foul disease ;
King out the narrowing lust of geld ;
King out the thousand wars of old,
King In the thousand years of peace.
King in the valiant man and free.
The larger heart, the kindlier hand ;
King out, the darkness of the land ;
King In the Christ that Is te be.
Liquid or Dry.
Seme people prefer te purchase medicines
in tbe dry state se that they can see for them
selves that they are purely vegetable. Others
have aet tbe time or desire te prepare tbe
medicine, and wish It already te use.
Te accommodate each class the proprietors
of Kidney-Wert new offer that well known
remedy In both liquid and dry lerms. Sold by
druggists everywhere. TruA. dzMwd&w
Something About Story, Twain, Ward and
"I'm a Bohemian, ami liave been
around and had lets of fnn in my day."
The speaker was the centre of an admir
ing group in a resort where be alternately
quailed his beer and looked patronizingly
at this companions, who fcquently ap
plauded his statements. "Yes, sir; my
name is Charles Applcten Stevenson, and
I've been through the whole business. I
guess I won't travel much mere ; I am
a guest of General Ilincks new. I'm get
ting along past sixty. I've seen lets of
the boys get up. Away back in 1839 or'
40 , after the Canadian rebellion,
I worked en Thurlow Weed's
paper, the New Yerk Commercial,
at tbe same frame with Wilbur
F. Story, new of the Chicago Timet. Story
was a handsome, dashing fellow, and a
geed printer. He get the Western fever in
1840, aud struck Jacksen, Michigan, where
he published the Patriot, with Rufus B.
Chceny. At the end of about three years
Story bought the Detroit Free Press from
the Bagg family. Jehn L. Harmen put
some money into the concern, but I think
Story bought him out in about eighteen
months. They wcre both teny chaps.
Story used te get his beets from New
Yerk and his clothes from Bosten. I
think Story married his first wife there,
her name was Isham, daughter of the su
perintendent of public instruction of Mich -ignn.
She wrote the book notices for the
Fiec Press. New lives in Virginia ; they
Kcp:i rated by mutual agreement. Story
went te Chicago after selling the Free
Press te a politician named Walker
for twenty thousand dollars. The
limes had been started, if I remember
aright, with the money of Stephen
iv. uengias. the united states senator,
and Cook. United States marshal. About
1852 C. II. McCerraick, "the reaper man,'
wanted t go te Congress te get his patent
renewed. He brought up the paper of the
Times and secured a controlling interest.
McCerniick didn't get te Congress, and
about I860 he efiered the sheet at private
sale, declaring that he had lest several
thousand dollars en it. Here Story ap
peared and bought the Times for $12,000,
investing the ether $3,000, which he had
realized ftem the sale of the Free Press,
in a IIoe press. Story" edited the paper
" Burnside placed a chain-gang around
the TYwcs office te step the publication of
the paper, which was printing treasonable
articles. Jack Woedlock, the pressman
and he's thcic te this day took a hose
and swore he would scald anybody who
interfered. They run oft" twenty-live
papers, and Story took them under his
arm and climbed out upon the reef, aud
get down into tlia street, saying that he
never lest an edition, lie went down te
the telegraph oflice and sent a dispatch te
Lincoln, aud Abu sent back this :
" 'Order of General Burnside counter
manded. I have enough en my hands
without chaining the press.'
"Story run his paper the next night;
but Story lest money en the Times.
About 18C4 the thing ba -an te pay. The
concern has been going by fits and starts
"There's General Hincks ; he's a prac
tical printer, tee ; as geed a ene as I am.
Yes, sir ; lie used te work at the case in
the office of t!ua7W. He was afterwards
shipping clerk in the hardware store that
had the contract for furnibhing iron for the
United States navy. He married into the
same family with Geiier.il Butler. He get
up in a hurry.
" I set acquainted with Sam Clemmcns.
or Mark Twain, as he is best known, as
a brother type in Sandusky, Ohie, in
1832. Hew old is Sam? 'Well, he's
about thirty-eight new. As I was say
ing, he w.is en the Plaindeakr. lie
came ifp te Detroit en a beat. The next
I heard of him he was playing the Bo
hemian out in 'Frisce, where he nearly
starved aud went te Nevada. There for
au hour, Sam was worth $1,000,000 or
mere. He struck what is known as the
Comstock lode, Virginia City. A friend
of his'n, who crossed the plains with him,
was sick, and Sam failed te report, and
the claim was jumped. But he made n.
little stake there and went te the Sand
wich Islands. He caine back by way of
Cuba, and struck New Yerk city. He
met his wife there. She had a fortune.
He wrote an autobiography which made
him popular, and then he published his
"Roughing It." Since that time, I take
it, you fellows knew something of him.
" Did I knew Artemus Ward or Charles
F. Browne? I don't knew my own son
better. Brown was reporting en the
Cleveland Plaindcaler. He was a practical
printer. I struck him en the Teledo Blade
and Detroit Free Adcsrtiser. He was a
native of Portland, Me., went te Cam
bridge, Mass., and worked a book-print
ing usuiuiisiinieiit. ana tucu went te Jios Jies Jios
ten, where he get fie Western fever.
" Petroleum V. Nasby? I wish I knew
myself as I de him. I have known him
since he was a boy twenty-two years of
ate. We didn't usj te associate with
David R Lecke that'.', his real name, you
knew. Lecke was a tvpc-snatclicr te be
gin with, but ha took the place ei Chas.
F. Browne, who get ou a drunk, as city
editor of the Tclode Biadi. Lecke up went
as fast as the 'Cross-Reads Man,' and
new owns the sheet."
Few persons se f ally appreciate tbe value el
newspaper advertising as these Battering from
Biliousness or Liver Complaint, when they
read the advertisement of Spring Blessem and
try It. Price, SO cents, trial bottles 10 cents.
for sale by H. B. Cochran, druggist, 137 and
139 North Queen street, Lancaster, Pa.
New Year's Presents.
We are offering our entire line or
VERY LOW PRICES,
TO CLOSE THEM OUT.'
J. B. MARTIN & CO.,
Cor. West King and Prince Sts.
rpiIK NEW CHEAP
DRY GOODS STORE,
38 West King Street,
Opposite Cooper Hense, Lancaster, Ta.
Mstzser, Bard & Hangbman
Taka this opportunity te tender te
their friends and the pcpple generally,
their thanks ter the very generous pat
ronage en their Opening Day, nnd
premise that they will endeavor by n
clese attention te business merit :i con
tinuance et the same.
Wishing you all a Merry Christmas
and a Happy New Year, we rcmuln
MBTZGERBARD & HAUGHMAN.
VXT OOODS, UXDSMWEAM, JtC
We would call the attention et the ladles te
our large stock or the above geed, whleh
nave all been
REDUCED IN PRICE
These in want should net fall te see them
Next Doer te the Court Heuse.
Are ettering a Large and Attractive Assert
mentef goods suitable ler
tjummhtbs; xorzem, jtc.
riPHE BALANCE OF OVB
"OVKLTIES IN SCARF PINS.
THE "BERNHARDT" GREYHOUND PIN
UNDERSHIRTS AND DRAWERS,
E. J. ERISMAN'S,
50 NOKTI1 QUiSUN STREET
A,F,.casant' Safe Speedy and Sure Uemcdy for
enza. Soreness et the Threat ami Chest.
Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Spit
ting of Bleed, Inflammation or
the Lungs, am1 all Diseases or
the Chest and Air Passages. .
This valuable preparation combines all the
medicinal virtues of these articles which leni?
experience has proved te possess the most
sale and efficient qualities ler the cure of all
kinds or Lung Diseases. I'rice25 cent?. Pre
pared only and sold by
CHAS. A. LOCHER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST
NO. 9 KA8T KINU STRfcKT. elC-tfd
iu order te make a clean sweep or what
few Holiday Goods wc have lelt or our
Many el these Goods being out et our
usual line we shall offer them at a vesy
greal bargain, as we have net the room
te continue keeping up a stoek'ef them
through the coming year.
Persons wishing te purchase New
Year Gifts will And among the goods
that we otter many Useful and Orna
As we are reducing the stock in our
Silkand Dress Goods Department wc
are offering many bargains in them.
COUGH NO MORE!
Wicked for Clergymen.
"JLbc,,,CV0 lt t ,,c a wrong and even wick
ed fbr clergymen or ether publicmcn te be led
into giving testimonials te quack doctors or
vile stuffs called medicines, but when a really
meritorious article is made tin of common
vaitiauie remedies kuewn te all, and that ail
physicians use and trust in daily, we should
Steely commend it. I therefore cheerfully and
heartily commend Hep Bitters for the ceed
they have done me and my friends, firmly be
lieving they have no equal for faintly use I
will net be without them."
Bcv. .Washington. D. C.
AMERICAN, WE SYRUP,
A CERTAIN, SAFE AND EFFECTUAL
COUGHS, COLDS, SORE THROAT,
HOARSENESS, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS,
WHOOPING COUGH, PAIN IX THE
SIDE OH BREAST,
And all Diseases of the
THROAT AND LUNGS.
Ferthc relief of Consumptives in all stages
of the disease. Fer sale en! vat
Givler, Bem & Hurst,
Ne. 25 East King Street.
HULL'S DRUG STORE
Ne. 15 WEST KING STREET,
F. Burrows, or the firm of Burrows & Win
stanley, fcarnia and Wikespert, writes that he
Ei'r 0.,Vcryia!Iscrens case of Inflam
mation of the lungs sole) v bv the nun of tlv
bottles or Eclcctrfc Oil. P cc grkilcisure
lnjraennaaains- it te the public7atPhe had
proved it, for many of the diseases It men
tions U cure, through his frfcndZandlu neat
ly every instance It was effectual.
,JF2r "SKVy H' B- Cochran, drnccit 137 nnd
133 North Queen street, LancasterPa!
rr-BV A FOUND OF TUB DKLXulOUS
8 o'clock Breakfast Coffee.
OOAL ! COAL ! !
Fer geed, clean Family and all ether kind
of COAL go te
RTJSSEL & SHULMYER'S.
quality ana weight guaranteed. Orders
OPKICE: 23 Kast King Street. YARD:
! 8 North Prince Street.
ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC TEA CO..
114 NORTH QUE EX 8TREET,
dl6-tjanl Lancaster, Pa.
F(( FOUNDS FINE MIXED CANDV.
0JJ ALSO WINES AND LIQUOKS.
PURE OLD RYE WHISKY,
Only 55 Cents Per Quart, at
Xe. 2J5 WEST KIXG STttEET.
C0H0 & WILEY,
3SO SOUTH WALTER ST., Lancaster, Ja
Wholesale and KctaU Dealers in
LUMBER AND COAL.
Connection With the Telephonic Exchange.
Branch Office : Xe. 3 NOBTH DUKE ST.
RELLLY & KELLER
nnnn nrnv mmTn r..
""" vaiCiAll x AIOAMjX KjVAL,
Farmers and ethers in want et Superior
Manure will find it te their advantage te call.
lard, Harrisburg Pike. )
Office. 90Ji East Chestnut street. agl7-ftd
We shall sell e3 this week at
HALF THEIR COST.
We offer all enr DOLLS en hand at half the
All our FANCY BOXES, SHELL BOXES,
WORK BOXES, ALBUMS and JAPANESE
WABE at just half tn value sold for be tore.
Besides this we Inaugurate this week a clear
ing sale of all kinds of GOODS, thus offering
customers great bargains In every line.
As specialties we announce the follewing:
A very line Ladies' Merine Vest for c
Heavy Gents' Undershirts at 47c
Ladles' Felt Skirt at c
Fine Cleth Skirt at 75e
Fine Satin Skirt at 1
Is Lies' Underwear
We shall make tircat Rodnctlen te sell off
the stock en hand.
Ladles' Chemise at ." 4"c
Fine Muslin Chemise, Corded Band, at 30c
Ftne Muslin Chemise, Embroidered, at 44c
Very Fine Muslin Chemise, Bichly Embroi
dered, at. C9e
Ladies' White Skirts, with Deep Flounce,
Embroidered Edge, at 73c
Ladies' Skirts with Deep Needle-worked
Edge, at 75c
Ladies' Xightrebes at 73c
Elegant Embroidered Kobes at. 1
Pantalets at 2Se
Embroidered Pantalets at 50c
Hip Gere Corsets at Sts
The ASTRICH'S GEM CORSET at. 49c
An Excellent Woven Corset ter.! 6Se
A Fine spoon Busk Slde-iteeled Corset ler .73c
Our well Known 100-Bene Corset for. $1
A Fine jFrencli Woven Corset, Hand Em
broidered Edge, ler only tl
An extra long 80-Bene Corset for 03c
A geed Nursing Corset for $1
Madame Fey Corset at 91.19
Misses' and Ladles' Shoulder Braces Tie
IN OUR LACE DEPARTMENT
WE OFFER RARE BAROA1XS:
An all Silk Spanish Flehu in Cream an
Black, at Me
Fine Indian Mull Fichus at 25e
Spanish Silk Tics In White, Cream and
Black, at 73e
Fine Indian Mull Tics at 23c
Fine Wide Hand Embroidered Ties at $1
Embroidered Swiss Tics at 10, 12, 15, 10, 25e
W lde Embroidered Swiss Tics at
17, 19,23, 84, 43, 5c
Finn Lace Bews at. 73e
All Lacu Fichus at U'c
A FULL LINE OF
Black, White and Cream Laces
WAXCWEB, JMWEZXT, fe
We call attention te a tew very desirable articles at unusually low prices.
Beys' Sliver Hunting Cased Watches at. 9 .
Beys' Sliver Hunting Cased Stem Winding Watches 13.00
Gentlemen's Sliver Hunting Cased Full Jeweled Watches. 3.00
Gentlemen's Silver Hunting Cased Stem Winding Watches 13.00
Ladies' 10 and 14 Carat Geld Hunting and Half Hunting
Cased Watches at j80e
We call attention te our fine Mevcmsnts for Ladies' Watches Full Jeweled,
cvrn In centre pivots, which we will easa te order In nandsome Bex-Joint
Monogram Cases or otherwise. Gentlemen's IS Size Movements Cased and
Eneravcd or Monegrammcd te order.
A special new line et goods lsjust received, eonststicgef Gentlemen's Silver
Box-Jelnt-Cascd Watches, the Handsomest Silver Watches ever brought te
this city. We Invite an Inspection of these goods, feeling eenfldent we can
show Inducements te buyers net te be found clscwhere.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
4 West King Street, - Lancaster, Pa.
EDWJ J. ZHlVt,
Manufacturing Jeweler, Zahm's Cerner, - Lancaster, Pa.
Things ia our stock that make
Beautiful and Durable Christmas Gilts.
GOLD BRONZE3, GOLD HEAD CANE3,
GOLD TniMBLES, SILVER HEAD CANES,
SILVER THIMBLES, OPERA GLASSES.
GOLD PENS AND PENCILS,
HANDKERCHIEF AND GLOVE BOXES,
GOLD BRONZE SMOE3NG SET3,
FINE CIGAR SETS,
ALL THESE AND MANY MOUE AT
ZAHM'S CORNER, LANCASTER, PA.
Qaxms, COAL, Ac.
PHILIP SCHUM,S0N k CO.,
Xe. 130 SOUTH WATKK STRXKT
Luicuns, Pa '
Well-known ManeActurers of Gstnlae
STOCKING TARN, Aa
CUSTOM BAG CARPETS A SPECIALTY.
Dress Goods Dyed either tmthepieeeerra
Garments: also, all kinds of silks. Ribbons.
Lineu, Cotten and Woolen Goods Dyed. Gen
tlemen's Coats, Overcoats, Pants. Tests, Ac.
Dyed or Scoured; also. Indigo Bine Dyetnn
All orders or goods lelt with me wOl reeeiv..
CASH PAID FOR 8KWBD
Ceal of the best quality put up expressly lo le
family use, and at the lowest market rates.
TUT A SAMPLE TON.
YABD-150 fcOUTH WATER STRRRT.
ittS-lydBS PHILIP SCHUV. SON CO.
IGHEST CASH PRICK
PAID FOR EXTRA NICK
NEW YORK STORE.
WATT, MIlAND CO. have marked down all surplus stock and odd let te prices that
must effect a speedy clearance.
Special Bargains in Ladies' Coats and Del- Special Bargains in Bleached and Unbleached
mans. These goods must be sold at once, nnd Muslins and Sheetings. Previous te the late
W,nSTe,M arket,,uemilownte prices that will advance we made large purchases of Cotten
i?m'i,, , , T .. . r . Goods, and can new soil them at less than
., SFCJ? rPH?111?. m I'Hc' Underwear, nt Manufacturer's Prices.
rai?T7t'$ C2Man,t ,5f- TleaB a oxcellent 2,300Yard8 neavy Plaid Shirtings at Jc. a
..v.v ...yum, uuu mui uc uum in any j am, reauy worm kxb.
J&...i i .. n, ... , Special Bargains In W
tnZZrv, "" " -muie jLiinens, j.ewais, ne, si.au a pair.
Tewellngs, Blankets and Quilts.
'hits Blankets, full
hand un; te ba sold at TEUY REASON
WATT, SHAND & COMPANY,
8 AND 10 EAST KING STREET.
White Illusion lOcperyrd
Cream Illusion 10c '
Black Illusion lOe "
White Silk Illusion 15e "
Black Silk Illusion 15e "
Cream Dotted Net 12c "
Fine White Dotted Net 19s
Wer9ted;Barcge for Vciling.Deublc
Width 23c per yard
All Silk Uerdercd Veiling at 0."
GREAT INDUCEMENTS IN OUU
- . r
NEW GOODS FOR THE HOLIDAYS,
Carpets made te order at short notlee and
Rare chances in Carpets te rednee etoek et
6,000 Yards Bmsstls Carpets,
AT AND BELOW COST.
Call and satisfy yourself. Alse, Ingrali, Rag
and Chain CarpeUlnalmestendlessvarlety .at
H. S. SHIRK'S'
203 WEST KINO 8TRKET,
The )ieanM nil liesr mIua.i
HOUGHTON'S iu enr city te bur '""w
HOUGHTON'S m miliTINERY GOODS
IS. A. HOUGHTON'S,
NORTH QUEEN STREET.
L ARG E OSTRICH FK ATHERS
PLUSH ALL SHADES.
SILK VELVETS, SILKS.
SATINS, FRINGES, LACES
-.. ... . . . ASSORTMENT
xne iinmi, Liicnpcii, nun
Greatest Variety of
All our Untrlinmcd Hats at 14c
All our Derbies Beld at 50 and 75c for only. .25c
All our Trimmed Children's Hats ter. 73c
TRIMMED PATTEHN HATS AND BOX
NETS AT A GREAT SACRIFICE.
We have reduced all our Colored Trimmlns:
Satins sold bclore at VCc te the uniform
price of. 73e
All our Fancy Wings at 23c
All enr Fancy Breasts at SOe
Bargains in Black and Colored
Black Silk Fringes, Black Beaded Passamon Passamen
terics. Black Ornaments, Cords, Tassels, and
all our ether Dress Trimmings at greatly re
Brocaded and Embossed Vulrete at'SOc. per
Fur Trimmings In Black, Brown and Gray,
I, IK and 2 inches, 48c, 75c, and $1 per yard.
Silver Fex Fur Trimming, lf and 2 Inches,
$1.40 and $2 per yard.
Hosiery ler iChildren, Ladies nnd fcnts at
astonishing low prices.
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
J,A5?B? for Ncw- Dca5rblc and Cheap Silk Handkerchief., Lace Ties, But
T?aSiVL.ds' Cerscts' Ki1 and L'sIe Thread Gloves, Hosiery, &c., call at GUN-
A Pull Line of Fancy Articles suitable for a
NICE CHRISTMAS PRESENT,
S??m.fe!i,at GUNDAKER'S. Alse, an inducement in the MILLINERY DE
I'AKTMENT, with a view te closing out the c:itire Stock.
Plush Bennets and Hats offered at a Sacrifice.
Plush and Velvets all Shades, sold cheap.
Bennets and Hats in French and "Weel Felts, for 50 and 75c.
tGivc us a call and examine our stock, at
142 & 144 North Queen Street, Lancaster, Pa.
IN THE CITV.
25 North Queen St.
ILGIN WATCHES. ALE, 8TKLKS, GOLD,
It Sliver and Nickel, $6 te 150. Chains, etc.,
sent C. 0. 1). te be examined. Write ter Cata
logue te Standard American Watch Company.
GREAT SLAUGHTER IN CLOTHINa
&EAHD MARK DOWI AT CEJJTEE IALL.
Will be sold in sixty dnjs TEX THOUSAND DOLLARS WORTH of
HEAVY YINTER CLOTHINa,
In Street Celers nnd Evening Shades, et excel
lent quality; every pair warranted.
Ladles' ltccentien Gloves, 2 buttons..' esc
Ladies' Rec?ptien Gloves, C buttons 91.C9
IN LADIES' LIKEN WARE
We exhibit the latest novelties or the season
The Elegant Embroidered SARA BARX-
Ladies' aU Linen Cellars and Cutis. Em
broidered Edge, put up In a Handsome
Without regard te cost
money, Ready-mads or Made te On
KetV is your time te sccih-l! :i rrnnA Knlfnt l'lr.ll.l,,..rn..ni
Order. " " "" " ""'"
N0.I.TOK NORTH QUEEN STREET.ncarP.R.
R. Depot, Lancaster, Pa. Geld, Silver and
Nickel-cased Watches, Chains, Clocks, Ac
Agent for the celebrated Pantascepic Specta
cles and Eye-Glasses. Repairing a specialty.
TX OUR STOCK OP NEARLY '
125 GOLD WATCHES,
CLOCKS, CHAINS, LOOKETS,
Geld and Steel Spectacles,
Geld and Steel Eye Glasses,
Knives, Ac. In proportion, will be ftmnd many
article useful for
E. F. BOWMAN,
100 EAST KING STREET.
OVERCOATS IN GREAT VARIETY,
svu"1 SulK Vontte'anlta In every
IV Uen't fail te sail and saeurc some el
I saeurc some of tint bargains.
MYERS & RATHFON,
Ne. 12 EAST KIXG STREET, LANCASTER, FEX.VA.
CHILDREN'S LACE AND LINEN COLLARS
Ladles' Fine Silk Tics at...
Ladies' Fine Silk Tics nt...
Ladies' Fine SUk Ties at....
BARGAINS IN TOWELS.
A Large Fine Tewel for only &.
An all Linen Tewel for Jee
Fine Towels at...... ..ii,"l5.'iac
A heavy German Linen Tewel with Knotted
-Fine Damask Linen Towels at "".".'"iSc
tineuamasKLinen Towels at. 33c
Superfine Damask Linen Towels at.... Me
AlfLincn Fine Fringed Deylies nt.. : peV dm
Many ether bargains en liand tee nnmerens
te mention. Call and convince venrseirnr it
13 EAST KING STREES,
BROWNING'S C. & C. CORDIAL,
Fer COUGHS, COLDS, BRONCHITIS, HOARSENESS, TICKLING or DRYNESS
of the THROAT, SORE THROAT, COLD in tlie HEAD, CROUP INFLU- '
ENZA, WHOOPING COUGH, COLD in the BOWELS, ASTHMATIC
COUGHS, and RELIEF OF CONSUMPTIVES.
chemkt" ite C lA C "cSflTJnniw0' ,ra?t?icin k",,u,1 rlmnnacist. anda thorough
mSSVih. JLI-rr. S..v"r?.n5!?5n.a ii?1?.! keiaiB i3 net the result et mere chance, but of lenr
01 11s action.
mes as great as
60c. S-Sami)le bottles (for a short tlme nn'ln nkn.
.1 .-. : . . " """!." "' toie; ceriuai 13 net the result et mere chnn
sclentinc research in chemistrv nnd medicine, as is plainly seen by the raSldltv
?.nd."? SLW?: The expense ii.'lts manufacture is atleasuFve tin
iei , twa w uiiici uiciuciiii: iiihiii iiii mnrirm nmi va .. r.A. n .. "t
isnr. 3.'un,,.i ,..!.... ,:;,." I :t. -l'."'."i " " " "" a " excpccnnKiv low nrlce of
W. CHAMPION BROWNING, M. D., Proprietor,
SII HOURS NOTICE!
FOR THE XEXr SIX HOURS WE
WILL MAKE A SPECIAL EFFORT
TO SUIT AXD PLEASE ALL.
Ne. 20 East Ktaff Street, Laacaster, Pa.
117 ARCH STREET, PHILADELPHIA, PA.
43-FOR SALE BT THE PROPRIETOR AXD ALL DRUGUISTS.
KOBES, BZAXKET8, AC
QIGN OF THE BUFFALO MEAD.
I have new en hand the Larobst.Bkstase
Cheapest Assortment of Lined and Unlincd
BUFFALO ROBES in the city Alse LAP
AND HOUSE BLANKETS of every dkcri
tien. A full line of r
TrunkB and Satch9ls,
Harness, Whips, Cellars, &c.
49-Repalring neatly and promptly doec.-$
10H North ijuv-in St.. Lancaster..
TTKADQCAftTERS FOR PURE CONFEC
XI TIOAS FOR THE HOLIDAYS AT
JOSEPH R. ROYER'S,
50 AND 2 WEST KING ST.
I ein new offer te the trade aud public a
large, stock of Pure Confections of every
description, at the very lowest market rates.
FRUITS. NUTS. Ac. and a LA1CGE STOCK
OF TOTS of the NEWEST DESIGNS. Large
and small Lakes baked daily. Ice Cream at
WEDDINGS AND PARTIES SERVED AT
MAIL ORDERS promptly attended te at the
same rate as it the person ordering were
present in person. Call and sea my stock.
C3"JCemuml(cr the place
60 AND 38 WEST KKJG STREET.
13-3md "JOS. R, ROYER.
FLIM & BRENEMAN.
GRAND OPENING OF
A larger stock than ever. Lewer prices than
ever. Every variety or Mechanical Toys.
DOLLS! DOLLS I DOLLS!
BLOCKS AND GAMES.
Horses, Carts, Wagons, SleigBs, Velocipedes
USEFUL CHISTMAS PRESENTS.
Elegant Carvers,Silver-pIated Knives, Sllver
plated Spoons, Silver-plated Ferks. Tbe above
goods arc Redgcrs ft lire's best goods, bought
ii saviiuvu. will win utj WJUl TcKj JQeT
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
Tin, fclicct Iren and Weeden Ware at Great
Fiji & final's
rcat Stere aad Heater Stere,
152 North Queen Street,
VT In large or small amounts. KSortaeean.
Write W.t!seulea i'e.rrSiJS2L?TS!r
chants, 130 La Salle street, Chicago, UL, ler eta