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LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, SaTUKDAY; XANUAllY 1, 1881:
SATDBDA.Y KVXHINa, JAN. 1, 1881.
THE VASSING TEAS.
Far off In the golden West,
Wfeere tbe sun-set gates unfold.
Where tbe beayens touch tbe ocean,
Aad tlie san dies eat In geld :
Yes, there, beyond the day's portal.
Behind tbe horizon wall,
Lies tbe land of tbe buried ages,
Tbe tomb et eternity's all.
Time dawns In tbe Kastcrn heavens.
And Tides through the tranquil sky :
Soen be falls from bis mid-day splendor
Frem his azure throne en high.
Thus days fade out in tbe West
Thus years me ve quick and fast ;
Thus ages roll tbraugh the sun-set gate
Te join tbe buried past.
E'en new a mighty cycle
Bangs trembling near its goal
And weird sounds of anguish
In the troubled ether roll.
Tbe wind in dreadlul fury
Tears through the leafless trees.
And rears and means in anguish,
Like tbe surge of mighty seas.
It rushes en and past us.
Inte the Great Beyond ;
And echoes of the past come bucr.
Like phantoms front Lemond.
But far olfinthe morning
Prophetic signs appear,
And golden lettered ensigns
Proclaim the coming year.
The Eastern sky grows brighter
Tne West is black with gloom ;
Tbe New Tear dawns with splendor
The old sinks in it tomb.
W. II. F.
Franklin and Marshall College, Pa., Dec. 57,
BOSTON LADIES AKKKSTICI).
Falsely Accused or Shoplifting and Sub.
Jected te Search.
Accused at Stealing In Large Dry Goods
Houses ana Arrcirtwd with Contumely
Keleased A Iterwari t II l l're-
New Yerk Sun.
All through the holiday season :iiul par
ticulary during last week, theic has been
an almost unprecedented rush of shoppers
at the retail stores of Bosten, and the
large dry goods establishments especially
have been thronged. With the hundreds
of ladies who have preplexcd dry goods
clerks with the customary shopping ques
tions there has been a moderate sprinkling
of shoplifters. Several of thorn have been
detected and punished in the courts, but
in one instance at least the officials made
a serious blunder.
One day during the height of the busy sca-
buu tun who ei a wcaiuiy uusniucss man
who lives at the Highlands, entered one of
the principal dry goods stores te make
her Christmas purchases. The store was
thronged, and the clerks hurried with the
demands of impatient customers. The
lady, in her tour of the establishment,
paused for several minutes before a
counter where some expensive laces were
displayed. She spent sonie minutes in
examining the delicate goods, but made
no purchase, and moved away te another
part of the store. Before she had taken
many steps through the throng, however,
an officer in the employ of
the firm confronted her, and in
formed her that he nutat take her
into custody en the charge of shoplifting,
at the same time lifting up a picce of valu
able lace which hung suspended from a
button of her outer garment. In vain she
protested her innocence and affirmed her
ignorance of the presence of the bit of
lace. She was taken into a private room
and searched, and then conducted te a
mere secure place. Nothing of a suspi
cions cliaractcr was found upon her per
son. The lady was expensively dressed,
and had a considerable sum of money in
her parse. . She g.ive her name and ad
dress freely, hoping thereby te establish
claim te responsibility, hut te no avail.
ttt- "'band, en being informed of her ar
Herhu. -e took measures te have his
rest, at en.. -m custody, and as near as
wife released fro- stormy scene with
can be learned, had s - the arrest was
the linn in whose ster
maae. . into
The cese against the lady eanv
court in due course, out no one appcare.
te prosecute, and the action was dismissed.
Tbe presence of the lace upon the lady's
garment was easily explained when an ex
amination of the buttons was made.
They were of a peculiar leugh pattern,and
in handling ovcr.the pile of laces spread
eat by the salesman for her inspection,
one piece, according te the theory, was
brushed against a button as 6he leaned
against the counter and clung te it.
When pointed out te her by the officers it
was hanging conspicuously, with no at
tempt at concealment. It was said that
the lady's husband, in his anger at what
he considered the insult offered te his wife,
instructed his attorney te institute suit
against the firm. The affair was quickly
hashed up, however, and all parties te the
case suddenly became extremely re ticent.
The facts as above narrated came te the
correspondent of the Sun through a trust
worthy channel, and the lady's husband
was called upon. In reply te questions
he said that he wished te make no state
ment for publication, as the case had been
"I never knew hew many fiiends my
wife and I had," he continued "until
this affair happened, for although it has
net as yet get into the nevspapers, some
how or ether the news has spread among
ear acquaintances, and my wife has had
many expressions of sympathy." In re
ply te a question as te whether he had
placed a deposit of $70,000 at the disposal
of a lawyer with which te fight the firm,
he smiled thoughtfully aud replied : "Well
I did pat the case into the hands of my
attorney, and I fancy that if I had seen fit
te proceed with it there would have been
no lack of money ; but I have said that I
would give no information, and I cannot."
Here the interview closed.
The prominence of the uartics, both so
cially and financially, has caused it te be a
leading topic of discussion in the circles
where the facts have been known
The most startling story of holiday
shoplifting is told as hiving occurred at
another large dry goods hcusc. Tiie wife
of a leading jeweler was pointed out by a
cash boy at the establishment in question
as having been seen by him te take goods
from a counter. Her denials of the accu
sation had no effect, and upon being
searched two or thrce handkerchiefs were
found in a pocket of her sacquc. She de
nied all knowledge of hew they came
there, but her tery was net credited.
Like the ether lady, she scut for her
husband, who promptly demanded of the
firm the proofs, if they possessed
them, of his wife's guilt. The cash
boy was brought in, and when closely
questioned begau te snivel, and
finally confessed that he himself put the
handkerchiefs in the lady's pocket in the
hope of thereby obtaining the reward of
fered by the firm for any case of theft de
tected by en employee. Of course the lady
was promptly set at liberty with profuse
apologies. Her husband's indignation
rose higher at the knowledge of his wife's
Barrow escape and he threatened a suit.
The case was settled, however and as
with the ether case, the affair, was hushed
np for obvious reasons. The police, when
questioned concerning tbe latter case this
evening, professed ignorance of its details,
and one officer gave it as his opinion that
it grew eat of the first case. The state
Meats regarding it came, however, from
omrees ordinarily trustworthy.
Uald or Diy. -
Seme people prefer te parches aaedlctaes
in tbe dry state se that tfeeycaaaee for them
selves that they are purely vegetable.. Others
have net tbe time or desire te prepare the
medicine, and wish it already te use use
Te accommodate each claia tbe proprietors
of KIdnev-Wert new offer that well known
f remedy in both liquid and dry lerms. Sold by
druggists everywhere-Truth. dZT-lwd&w
Hew te Get Sick.
Expose yourself day and night; eat tee
much without exercise workteo hard without
rest; doctor all the time; take all tbe vile nos
trums advertised, and then you wlU want te
Haw te Oct Well.
Which Is answered in thiee words Take Hep
Bitters 1 See ether column. jl-2wdw
FIBST BAPTIST, EAST CHESTNUT ST.
Preaching te-morrow morning and even
ing by tbe pastor, Bev.Wm. Morrison. Sun
day school at lJi p.m.
FIBST X. E. CHURCH. NORTH DUKE
Street. At 10 a. m. Communion, and re
ception of members at 3l p. m. Preaching by
tbepaster, Ret. S H.C. Smith. Sabbath school
at 1 p. m. Yeung people's prayer meeting at
6 p.m. Bevlval services during the week.
ME. MISSIONS. EAST MISSION
Sabbath school at 1:45 p.m.
Wan Missie. Preaching morning and
evening by tbe pastor, Ber. S. O. Garrison.
Sunday school at p.m. Prayer meeting at
MORAVIAN SERVICES BOTH MORN
ing and evening, at the usual hours. Sun
day school at 3 p. in. Preaching by Kev. J.
IL Dubbs, 1). D.
OLIVET BAPllST CUCKCH TEMPER
ance IIa.ll Kev. M. Frayne, pastor. Com
munion at lty a. m. Evening service at 7
o'clock ; subject. " The Solemn Warning."
PRESBYTERIAN. SERVICES MORNING
and evening, at the usual hours. Preach
ing by the pastor, Bev. J. Y. Mitchell, D. D.
PRESBYTERIAN MEMORIAL MISSION
Chapel, Seuth Queen Street Rev. J. C.
Hume, pastor. Evening service at o'clock.
Sunday school at lJi p. m.
KOCKLAND SUNDAY SCHOOL (UNDE (UNDE (UNDE
noininatienal) meets in the Rockland
street public school building, every Sunday
afternoon at 1$( o'clock. Everybody welcome.
ST. JAMKS-BET. C. F. KNIGHT, D. !.,
rector. Service with Hely Communion at
10 a. m. Children's service and catechising
at tyi p. m.
ST. LUKE'S REFORMED MISSION,
Marietta Avenue, near West Orange street.
Divine services en Sunday at 1( a. in. and 1
E. in. Sunday school at 2 p.m. Bev. W. F.
ST. JOHN'S GERMAN REFORMED -REV.
A. E. Delman, of Brooklyn, X. Y., will
prench te-morrow (Sunday) at 10 a. m. and V,
ST. PAUL'S REFORMED. DIVINE SKIC
vlce3&tl0a.m., and at 7V p. m. Prayer
meeting atG p. m. Sunday school at 1J p. m.
ST. PAUL'S M.E.. CHURCH, 8. O.UEEN ST.
Preaching at 10 a. m., and at7J n. m.,
by tlie pastor, Bev. J. Lindcmutb. Prayer
meeting at 0 p. m. Sunday school at p.
in. Revival services throughout the year.
SECOND EVANGELICAL, CHURCH
(English), North Mulberry street, above
Orange. Feurtli Quarterly Conference.
Preaching at 10 a. m. and 7J4 p. m. by the
Presiding Elder, Itcv. J. E. Knerr. of Beading.
Communion service at 3 p. in. Sabbath school
at 2 p. m. ICcvlval service during the week at
SALEM CHURCH OF GOD. PREACHING
te-morrow morning by the pastor, Kev.
J. B. Seme ; Communion services in the
.evening. Sunday school at p. m.
West Mission, Derwart street Sunday school
at 1 p. m. North Mission. Antioch. Sunday
school atta.ni; preaching at 5 p. m.
Seuth Mission, Beaver street Sunday school
at 1 p. m. ; evening service at 5 p. m.
rilHE OLD MENNONITES WILL HOLD
JL services in! their church, eernnr of Knet.
Chestnut and Sherman streets, en Sunday,
January 'i, at 2 o'clock, p. m. Services by Kev.
Christian Brunk, of Virginia.
UNION BETHEL-CHURCH OF GOD.
Preaching te-morrow by the pastor, Kev.
D. A. L. Lavcrty, at 10 a. m.. and 7 p. m.
Sunday school and adult Bible class at p.
m., and at the Green street Chapel at 2 p. m.
Kcvival services every evening during tha
week, except Saturday.
M. C. A. BIBLE STUDY AT 0:15
a. m. Gospel service at C:l5p in.
Sleep, Appetite and Strength
KcturnAvhen Uestcltcr's Stomach Bittern is
systematic illy used by a bilious dyspeptic
sufferer. Moreover, since the brain sympa
thises closely with the stomach and Its asso
ciate organs, the liver and the bowels, as their
derangement is rectified by the action erihc
Bitters, mental despondency produced by
that derangement disappears.
Fer sale by all Druggists and Dealers te
whom apply ler Hostetter's Almanac for 1881.
THE ONLY MEDICINE
IN ElTHEtt LIQUID OB DRY FOKM
That Acta at the Saina Time en
and the Kidneys.
These great organs are tbe natural cleansers
of the system. If they work well, health
will bepertect, if they become clogged dread
till diseases are sure te iollew with
Jlilietisnett, Headache, Dytpepaia, Jaundice,
Constipation, Piles, Kidney Complaints,
Gravel, Diabetes, Rheumatic Paint or Aches,
are develeped because the bleed is poisoned
with the humors that should be expelled nat
urally. KIDNEY WORT Will Restore
the healthy action and all these destroying
evils will be banished ; neglect them and you
will live but te suffer.
Thousands have been cured. Try it and yen
will adil one mere te the number. Take it and
health will once mere gladden your heart.
Why suffer longer from the torment ei an
aching back T ....
Why bear such distress from Constipation
and Piles T ,....
Kidsbt-Weut will cure you. Try it at once
and be satisfied. Your druggist has it. Trice
J- It is put up in Dry Vegetable Ferm, in
3-tln cans, one package of which makes six
43- quarts of medicine.
49 Alse in Liquid Ferm,very Concentrated
MS- ler the convenience el these who cannot
43 readily prepare It. It acts with equal
& efficiency in either form.
NELLS, RICHARDSON & CO., Prep's,
(Will send the dry pest-paid.)
dec 27 lydAw
CUlJfA A2TD GLASHWAllE.
We tender Thanks te our Numerous
Customers and Friends for their Patron
age dnring 1880. Our Aim, during the
Coming Year, shall be te Please and
Satisfy all with Lewest Prices, Best
Goods. Courteous Attention. A HAPPY
NEW YEAR TO ALL.
HIGH & MARTIN,
15 EAST KTNGt STBKET.
DMT GOODS, VNDMRWEAX,C
'ftTOVKLTIES IN SCARF FINS.
THE "BERNHARDT" GREYHOUND PIN
- UKDEB8UIBTS AND DRAWERS,
E. J. ERISMAiNTS,
AS NORTH QUEEN STREET
We would call tbe attention et tbe ladles te
our large stock or the abeve goods, wblcb
have all been
SEDUCED IN PRICE
These in want should net fail te see them
Next Doer te the Court Heuse.
New Year's Presents.
We are effcilng our entire line of
VERY LOW PRICES,
TO CLOSE THEM OUT '
J. B. MARTIN & CO.,
Cor. West King and Prince Sts.
Aieelleriug a Large anl Attract! c Assert
went of goods suitable for
HOUGHTON'S LADIES !
HOURJJTOSii The cheapest and best place
gHK?-"! in our city te buy
iKKJEE.5,i MILLINERY GOODS,
!iRmMi3mnS MILLINERY GOODS
HOUGHTON'S MILLINERY GOODS,
M. A. HOUGHTON'S,
25 NORTn QUEEN STREET.
LARGE OSTRICH FEATHERS
PLUSH ALL SHADES.
SILK VELVETS, SILKS.
SATINS, FRINGES, LACES
The Finest, Cheapest and
Greatest Variety of
IN THE CITY.
25 North Queen St.
TM1MMIKUB, ITOTIOn, JtC.
HAS WON THE
THEHOLDEUOF THAT NUMBER WILL
RECEIVE THE HEAD UPON PKE-
SENTATION OF TICKET.
We Inaugurate tula week a clearing sale of all
kinds of GOODS, thus offering customers
great bargains In every line.
As specialties we announce the follewing:
A very fine Ladies' Herlne Vest for 44c
Heavy Gents' Undershirts at 47e
Ladles' Felt Skirt at S9c
Fine Cleth Skirt at 75c
Fine Satin Skirt at 41
Is Mies' Underwear
We shall make Great Reductions te sell off
tbe Eteek en hand.
Ladles' Chemise at. 25c
Fine Muslin Chemiae, Corded Band, at -S9c
Fine Muslin Chemise. Embroidered, at 44c
Very Fine Muslin Chemise, Richly Embroi
dered, at. C9e
Ladles' White Skirts, with Deep Flounce,
Embroidered Edge, at 73c
Ladies' Skirts with Deep Xesdlc-werked
Edge, at 73c
Ladies' Nigbtrebcs at 73c
Elegant Embroidered Robes at 1
Pantalets at 35e
Embroidered Pantalets at 90c
Hip Gore Corsets at le
The ASTRICH'S GEM CORSET at. 49c
An Excellent Woven Corset ier G3c
A Fine spoon Busk SIde-stecled Corset ler. 75c
Our well Known 100-Benc Corset for $1
A FinegFrench Woven Corset, Hand Em
broidered Edge, ler only $1
An extra long 80-Bene Cerset for .5c
A geed Kursing Corset for -9"
Madame Fey Cerset at fi.19
Misses' and Ladles' Shoulder Braces 73c
IN OUR EACE DEPARTMENT
WE OFFER RARE BARGAINS.
An all Silk Spanish Fiehu in Cream and
niacin, at..... ...... -... ......... ....... -we
Fine Indian Mull Fichus at 25c
Spanish Silk Ties in White, Cream and
Black, at 75c
Fine Indian Mull Ties at 25c
Fine Wide Hand Embroldeied Tics at $1
Embroidered Swiss Ties at 10, li, 15, 1!, S5c
Wide Embroidered Swiss Ties at
Fine Lace Bews at. 75c
All Lace Fichus at .......U'c
A FULL LIXE OF
Black, White and Cream Laces
On hand anu te be sold at VERY REASON
White Illusion lOcpcry.ml
Cnam Illusion 10c "
Black Illusion 10e "
White Mlk Illusion 15c "
Black Silk Illusion 15c "
Cream Dotted Net ,12c
Fine White Dotted Net 19c "
Worsted Barege Jer Veiling.Deublc
Width 23e per yard
All Silk Bordered Veiling at 25e "
GREAT INDUCEMENTS IN OUR
All our Untriiumcd Hits at. 41c
All our Derbies sold at 50 and 75c for only. .25c
All our Trimmed Children's Hats ier. 75c
TRIMMED PATTERN HATS AND BON
NETS AT A GREAT SACRIFICE.
We have i educed all our Colored Trimming
Satins sold bclere at S6e te the uniform
price of. Tee
All our Fancy Wings at 35e
All our Fancy Breasts at 30c
Bargains in Black and Colored
Black Silk Fringes, Black Beaded Pnspainen
terics. Black Ornaments, Cords, Tassels, and
all our ether Dress Trimmings at greatly re
Biecaded and Embossed VeKetaat 50e. per
Vu. IT.Immlnmi (n ItlflMr ItmVII Anfl (ImT
1, 1U and 2 inches, 48c., 73c. and $1 per yard.
Silver Fex Fur Trimming, lii and 9 Inches,
$1.40 and $2 per yard.
Hosiery ler 'Children, Ladies and Gents at
astonishing low prices.
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
In Street Celers and Evening Shades, el excel
lent quality; every pair warranted.
Ladies' Rccentien Gloves, 8 buttons 03c
Ladles' Reception Gloves, 6 buttons $1.69
IN LADIES' LINEN WARE
We exhibit the latest novelties of the season.
The Elegant Embroidered SARA BARN
HARDT COLLAR ,
Ladies' all Linen Cellars and Cuffs. Em
broidered Edge, put up in a Handsome
Bex for 250
CHILDREN'S LACE AND LINEN COLLARS
Ladles' Fine Silk Ties at 75e
Ladles' Fine Silk Ties at $1
Ladies' Fine Silk Ties at $1.75
BARGAINS IN TOWELS.
A Large Fine Tewel for only 3c
An all Linen Tewel for 10c
Fine Towels at. ...............12,15.19c
A heavy German Linen Tewel with Knotted
Fringe, at. ..........- 23c
Fine Damask Linen Towels at 25e
Fine Damask Linen Towels at. 33c
Superfine Damask Linen Towels at .38c
AH Linen Fine Fringed Deylies at. .$1 per dez
Many ether bargains en band tee numerous
te mention. Call and convince yourself of it.
13 EAST KING STREES,
NEW YORK STORE.
WATT, SHAKO CO. have marked down all surplus stock and odd lets te prices that
must effect a speedy clearance.
Special Bargains In Ladles' Coats and Dol Del
mans. These goods must be sold at once, and
we have marked them down te prices that will
Special Bargains in Ladles' "Underwear, at
25, SS, 45, 50, C3K and 75c. Theae are excellent
value at the prices, and can't be beat In any
peeial Bargains in Table Linens, Towels,
Tewelings, Blankets and Quilt.
8 AMD 10 EAST
NEW GOODS FOR
LADIES, for New, Desirable and Cheap Silk Handkerchiefs, Lace Ties, But But
eons of all Kinds, Conets, Eid and Lisle Thread Gloves, Hosiery, &c, call at GrUN
DAKER'S. A Full Liue of Fancy Articles suitable for a
NICE CHRISTMAS PRESENT,
oeeicd ehcap at GUXDAKER'S. Alse, an inducement in the MILLINERY DE
PARTMENT, witli a view te closing out the entire Stock.
Plush Benn9ts 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.
C5FGive us a call aud examine our stock, at
142 & 144 North Queen Street, Lancaster, Pa.
GREAT SLAUGHTER IN CLOTHING.
GRAM MARK DOWI AT GMTEE HALL.
Will be sold In sixty days TEX THOUSAND DOLLARS WORTH of
HEAVY WINTER CLOTHING,
Without regard te cost. New Is your time te secure a geed Sultet Clothing for very llttle
money, Iteady-made or Made te Order.
OVERCOATS IN GREAT VARIETY,
Fer Men. Youths and ISeys. Men's Dress Suits, Men's Business Suits, Youths' Suits in every
style. Bevs' Clothing, a very Cheice Variety,
5 Don't fail te call aud secure some of the bargains.
MYERS & RATHFON,
Ne. 12 EAST KIXG STREET,
BROWNING'S C. & C. CORDIAL,
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, and RELIEF OF CONSUMPxTVES.
Dr. BKO WNIXG is a regular craduate of medicine, a sktlllul pharmacist, anda thorough
chemist. Ills "C & C." (Cough und Celd) Cordial is net the result et mere chance, but of long
scicnunc rescarcu in cnemiiirv ami meiucine, as is piainiy seen ey ine ranimiy ei us acuen,
and its unpandlcled efficacy. The expense in its manufacture is ut least nve times as great as
that of any ether medicine upon the market, and vet it is sold at the cxeredlngly low price el
50c. SSamplc bottles (for a short time only) 85c.
W. CHAMPION BROWNING, M. D., Proprietor.
117 ARCH STREET,
JttS-FOU SALE BY
POUNDS FINE MIXED CANDY.
ALSO WINES AND LIQUORS.
PURE OLD RYE WHISKY,
Only 55 Cents Ter Quart, at.
Ne. 15 WEST KING STREET.
SOLID SWEET WHITE GRAPES,
24 crs. rnu pound,
NEW PKOCKSS I1UCKWUKAT VLOUB,
A Very superior Article: also, Luzerne
County Buckwheat Fleur, Choice ; and
HECRER'S SELF-RAISING BUCKWHEAT
AND GRIDDLE CAKE FLOURS,
Ne. 17 E-iit King Street.
FAHNESTUCR'S FARINA FLOUR,
A Very Superior Article. Give it a Trial. Fer
Sale only in Lancaster,
D. S. BURSK'S,
NO. 17 EAST KINO STREET.
28th Popular Monthly Drawing
COMMONWEALTH DISTRIBUTION CO.
At Macauley's Theatre, In the City or Leuis
MONDAY, JANUARY 31st, 1881.
These drawings occur monthly (Sundays
excepted) under previsions et an Act et the
General Assembly or Kentucky, incorporat
ing the Newport Printing and Newspaper
Company, approved April 0, 18T8.
49-Thfs Is special act, aud Has never been
The United States Circuit Court en March 81,
rendered the following decisiens:
1st That the Commonwealth Distribution
Company Is legal.
2d Its drawings are fair..
N. B. The Cemnanv has new en hand a
large reserve fund. Read the list of prizes ler1
1 prize 30,000
1 prize 10,000
1 prize 5.0C0
10 prizes $1,000 each 10,000
20 prizes 500 each 10,000
loe prizes, $100 each , - lo.euo
200 prizcsW) each 10,000
COO prizes SO each 12,000
1000 prizes 10 each 10,000
9 prizes 300 each, approximation prizes 2,700
9 prizes 200 each, tt " L80O
9 prizes 100 each, " " 800
Whole tickets, $2; half tickets, $1; 27 tickets
$S0; 55 tickets, $100.
Remit Meney or Bank Draft in Letter, ei
send by Express. DON'T SEND BY REGIS
TERED LETTER OR POSTOFFICE ORDER.
Orders of $5 and upward, by Express, can be
sent at our expense. Address all order te B.
M.BOAKDMAN, Courier-Journal Building,
Louisville. Ky., or T. J. COMHKBfOBO,
212 Broadway, New Y-rk. janl-TuTb&S&w
In large or small amounts. $25 or $99,000
Wrlte W. T. SOULE ft CO.. Commission Her
chants, 130 La Salle street, Chicago, W. tat ck
Special Bargains In Bleached and Unbleached
Muslins and sheetings. Previous te tbe late
advance we made large purchases of Cotten
Goods, and can new sell them at less than
2WYards Heavy Plaid Shirtings at 9c. a
yard, really worth 12Kc
special jsargains in wniie uianKets, inu
size, $1 JO a pair.
THE PKOPRIETOB AND ALL DRUGGISTS.
ELGIN WATCHES. ALL ST1LKSL GOLD,
Silver and Nickel, 96 te $150. Chains, etc.,
sent C. O. D. te be examined. Write ler Cata
I legue te Standard American Watcb Company,
j Pittsburgh, Pa.
r OUIS WEBKK,
K0.11Q& NORTH QUEEN STREET.ncar P. R.
R. Depot, Lancaster, Pa. Geld, Silver and
Nickel-cased Watches, Chains, Clocks, &c
Agent ler the celebrated Pantoscepic Specta
cles and Eye-Glasses. Repairing a specialty,
SIX HOURS NOTICE!
FOR THE NEXr SIX HOURS WE
WILL MAKE A SPECIAL EFFORT
TO SUIT AND PLEASE ALL.
Ne. 20 East Kin? Street, Lancaster, Fit.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in all kinds of
LUMBER AND COAL.
Sr Yard: Ne. 420 North Water and Prince
streets above Lemen. Lancaster. n3-lyd
C0H0 & WILEY.
350 NORTU WATER ST., Lancaster, Pa.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
LUMBER AND GOAL.
Connection With the Telephonic Exchange.
. Branch Office : Ne. 3 NORTH DUKE ST.
. . . , febSS-lyd
RELLLY & KELLER
GOOD, GLEAN FAMILY COAL,
Farmers and ethers In want et Superior
Manure will find it te tbeir advantage te call.
Yard, Harrisburg Pike.
Office. 20K East Chestnut street, i aglT-itd
HEADQUARTERS FUtt PUKE CONVEC
TIONS FOR THE HOLIDAY. AT
JOSEPH R. ROYER'S,
50 AND 53 WEST KING ST.
I can new offer te the trade and public a
large stock et Pure Confections of every
description, at the very lowest market rate.
FRUITS, NUTS, Ac- and a LARGE STOCK
OF TOYS of the NEWEST DESIGNS. Large
and small Cakes baked dally. Ice Cream at
WEDDINGS AND PARTIES SERVED AT
MAIL ORDERS promptly attended te at tbe
same rate as It tbe person ordering were
present In person. Call and see my stock.
- 49Remember tbe place
50 AND 52 WEST KING STREET.
n!3-3md " JOS. . ROYER.
TRA rELXMS' UVIItR
AStCAHTKK AND MllXKRSVILLK K. t:
1 j Cars ran as fellews: -
Leave fiinratmr (P.ft.DBet). t 7. .i
Ua.maBdx, 4,aad Sdip.uk, except en
Leave MillersvUle (lower end) at 5, 8, and
Can ran dally ea above tbM extent eaBnm.
CtOLTjatBIAAND PORT DEPOSIT K. B
i Trains new ran resularlv en tha Celnmhla
and Fert Deposit Railroad en the following
STAT10K3 Nebth- Kzpress. Express. Accen.
wiv-i. 4.M. r.n. r.x.
Pert Deposit.'. !5 3-5 8
Peachbottem.... 7:12 438 3:18
Safe Harber.. 7:35 5:11 531
Columbia-. 8 5:40 ft
J3EADINO COLUMBIA K. K.
a.h. r.M. r.n.
"0:45 .... 238
735 .... 3:40
8.-06 19 330
733 1:10 3:10
10:05 330 SAO
Lancaster, King St....
Lancaster. 1037 2:10 -8:10 53V
Lancaster, King St 10:18 .... 839 5:19
Quarryville 1130 .... 935 8:40
Trains Connect at Reading with trains te and
from Philadelphia, PettsvUle, Uarrlsbunr, Al Al
lentewn and New Yerk, via Bound Broek
At Columbia with trains te and from Yerk,
Hanover, Gettysburg, Frederick and Balti
more. A. M. WILSON. Snpt.
PENNSYLVANIA KAILKOAD NEW
SCHEDULE On and after SUNDAY
NOVEMBER 8th, I860, trains en the Pennsyl
vania Railroad will arrive and leave tlie LaB
cat- and Philadelphia depots as follews:
Leave I Arrive
f eSi Aim.
Frederick Aeceni.. Arrives,
Mail Train Ne. i,vla Mt.Jcy,
Midi Train Ne.'Avia Cel'bi.i,
Niagara ft Chicago Express
x UBw JLiilltJf
Cincinnati Express, . . t
Pacific Express, east, en Sunday, when flag
Sid, will step at Mlddletewn, Elizabethtown
U Jey, Lnndisvllle, Bird-in-IIand, Leman
Place, Gap, Christiana, Parkesburg, Coates
ville, Oakland and Glen Lech.
Fast Line, west, en Sunday, when flagged,
will step at Downingtown, Ceatcsvillc, Parkes
burg, Mt. Jey, Elizabethtown and Mlddletewn.
Hanover accommodation west, connecting at
Lancaster with Niagara and Chicago Express
at 1130 a. m., will run through te Hanover.
Frederick Accommodation, west, connects at
Lancaster, with Fust Line, we-tt, at 2.35 r. .,
and will run tnrengh te Frrdericlc.
FLWiN & BRENEMAI1
GRAND OPENING OF
A larger stock tban ever. Lewer prices than
ever. Every variety of Mechanical Toys.
DOLLS! DOLLS! DOLLS!
BLOCKS AND GAMES.
Ilerst'H, Carts, Wagons, Sleighs. Velocipedes
USEFUL CH1STMA3 PRESENTS.
Elegant Carvers.SUver-plated Knives, Silver
plated Spoons, Silver-plated Ferks. The above
goods are Redgers & Bre.'s best goods, bought
at a sacrillcc. and will be sold very le.
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
TIii, febect Iren and Weeden Ware at Urcat
Flii & Brenem's
f Jreat Stere aad Heater Stere,
152 North Queen Street;
HOLIDAY GOODS I
Widmyer & RickseckerV
A Large Variety of
FOLDING CHAIRS, FOLDING ROCKERS,
HILTON BODY AND
TAPESTRY BR U&8ELX.
FINE EBONY CABINETS,
Perforated and Batan Beckerg.
FOOT-UESTS. BOOT-BOXES and LOOKING
AND TABLE CHAIRS,
PARLOR SUITS, CHAMBER SUITS, DIN
ING ROOM FURNITURE.
S. E. GOR. EAST KING AND DUKE STS.,
Only Vegetable Compound that
acts directly upon the Liver, and
cores Liver Complaints, Jaun
dice, Biliousness, Malaria, Gos
tivenees, Headache. It assists di
gestion, strengthens the system,
regulates the bowels, parities the
bleed. A Boek sent free. Dr.
SANFOBD, 162Breadway,N. Y.
Fer sain by all Druggists. " .
Blanufitctureraiid Dealer In Hair Werk, Ladles
and Gents' Wigs. Combings straightened and
made te order. Hair Jewelry of all kinds made
up. Alse. Kid GlevesandFeatherscleanedand
dyed, at Nes. 223 and 327 North Queen street,
fosrdeors abere P. B. R. Depot. el-3ad
A.K. jlx. r jf.
8:03 3&00 6J0
10:15 2:10 830
1037 2:10 -8:10
10:18 .... 839
1130 .... 935
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