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.LAJTCASTEKiAJLL INTELLIGENCER, SATURDAY APRIL 17, 1880.
SATUEDAYEVENINO, APRIL 17, 1880.
COURT AND PRESS.
RIGHTS OF LAWYERS AND EDITORS.
THE NEWSPAPERS SPEAKING OUT.
The Tenth Installment of their Opinions.
And the Western Press, Toe.
Westmoreland Democrat, Dcm.
The action of the court in this regard,
is severely commented en by the eastern
press as unjust and arbitrary.
Ignorance or Cowardice?
Shippcnsburg Chronicle, Dcm.
Much can be said en both sides of this
question, but as it is a matter for the su
preme court te determine, we prefer te say
nothing further about it.
A Terrible Prospect.
AHoena Sun, Deni.
That Lancaster judge has raised such a
fierce curse about his ears that his
smirched ermine is likely te be tern te
shreds ere it subsides.
The Principle Involved.
Gettysburg Compiler, Dem.
The principle involved is of such impor
tance as te attract attention te the case
throughout the entire country. Se far, in
our newspaper reading, we have failed te
notice a single defence of Judge Patter
son's tyrannical course.
Be Agreeable or He Quiet.
Delaware County Democrat, Dem.
This action, the Philadelphia Ledger very
aptly remarks, if sustained by the supreme
court, will be notice te all practicing law
yers that they must keep out of newspaper
alliances, or print nothing but what shall
be agreeable te the judges.
The Last State Worse than the lrlrt.t.
Carlisle Volunteer, Dem.
The actions of Judge Patterson have al
ready received the severest kind of criti
cisms from the public press irrespective of
politics and this last act, which seems te
have been necessary te keep up the ap
pearance of consistency, is net likely te es
cape the thorough dissection and sound
execration it deserves.
A Blunder and a Crime.
Pett.-ville Chronicle, Dcm.
Judge Patterson knew what lawful
course was open te him, but it was net
summary enough te suit his viudictivc
purpose, and he has bespattered his er
mine te wreak his personal spite. His
unlawful cxcicisc of the judicial power is
the very madness of the insolcnce of office.
If That is the Law, Let it be Known.
Scninten Republican, Hep.
If a member of the judiciary is above
the operations of the law, it had better be
known. If he may thus punish a member
of the bar for his utterances as editor, it
will net require a great stretch of au
thority te punish as severely the cxpress cxpress
ef editors, preachers and citizens who arc
net members of the bar.
Geg Law Triumphant.
Lebanon Advertiser, Dem.
If Judge Patterson is sustained by the
supreme court, te which tribunal the case
will of course be taken, gag law will be tri
umphant, se far at least as editing news
papers by members of the bar is con
cerned. If these things
arc right wc may welcome the empire at
Moves te Ketire Him.
Perry County Democrat. Dem.
They will appeal te a higher court for
redress and if they de net get it there the
people of Lancaster county will vindicate
the rights of the press when they come te
cheese Judge Patterson's successor. The
growing "lmncrieusne.ss of the judiciary
needs looking after. If editors who hap
pen te be lawyers dare net write and pub
lish what they deem te be for the public
geed, under a penalty of being disbarred,
then it is high time that presumptuous
judges be retired te private life.
An Indefensible Outrage.
Philadelphia Evening Star, Ind.
If a lawyer acting in editorial capacity
may net criticise the doings of a judge
without incurring such a penalty, it be
comes a matter of interest te knew why an
editor net a lawyer who sharply, but net
unjustly, indulges in criticisms upon judi
cial acts shall net also be punished.
It seems te be an arbitrary and most un
just proceeding. If the criticisms were ill
founded or libelous, the law provided a
remedy. But it is net claimed by Judge
Patterson that they partook of that charac
ter. He defines the offense as " misbeha
vior," and forthwith perpetrates that
which can be regarded only as an indefen
The Compensation Involved.
Baltimore American, Ken.
The recent extraordinary proceedings of
Judge Patterson, who presides ever the
court at Lancaster, Pennsylvania, suggests
him as the nearest likeness te Justice Shal
low that recent days have known.
The opinion which he rendered in striking
them from the roll of attorneys is a superb
bit of tomfoolery. "If any" wrongs," he
says "are done in trials, it is net for law
yers or newspapers te criticise them ;" and
again, " from malicious and unjust at
tacks by the public press calculated te im
pair public confidence in its integrity and
honest administration of justice the court
is protected, net for the sake of the
judges presiding, but for the sake of
the public and the suitors in the
court." As Patterson admits that the
principle he lays down can only be applied
in such rare instances as that at Lancaster
where an offending editor happens also te
be an attorney of the court, he might have
spared himself the trouble of wishing that
he could deal summarily with every news
paper man who ventures tfr criticise judi
cial proceedings. Of ejmrse, he has
simply extended te the jecliters increased
liberty and occasion te point out that he
is unfit for his place en the bench, and if
that satisfies him, we can't see why they
have any reason te grumble.
Given up by Docteis.
' Is it possible that Mr. Godfrey is up and at
work, and cured by se simple a remedy?"
"1 assure you it is true that he is entirely
cured, and with nothing but Hep Kitten ; anil
only ten days age ids doctors gave him up and
said he must die !"
" Weli-a-day I That is remarkable ! I will go
this day and get some ler my peer Geerge 1
knew hops are geed." al5-2vd&w
Themas Myers, llracebridgc, writes : " Dr.
Themas' Eclectric Oil is the best medicine 1
sell. It always gives satisfaction and in ciiscs
of coughs, colds, sere threat, burns, &c, im
mediate relief has been received by these who
no it," Fer sale by H. B. Cochran, druggist,
137 and 139 North Queen street, Lancaster, Pa.
(J. A. .1. Gadbets, of Brockville, Canada, cer
tifies that he was prostrated by a malarial dis dis
c:ise contracted in Texas, and was quickly and
completely cured by the use of Warner's Safe
Pills and Sare Bitters. lie adds: UI shall never
travel in that climate without veur Sate Pills
and Bitters as a part of my outfit,"
Briggs only swears occasionally new. It was
the rheumatism made him se profane, but since
he lias taken Dr. Themas' Kelectric Oil, he has
scarcely liad a twinge. He says he thinks
another bottle will cure him entirely. Fer sale
II. B. Cochran, druggist, 137 and 139 North
Queen street. Lancaster. Pa.
HENRY A. RILEY
Attorney and Counseller-at-Law
21 Park Rew. New Yerk.
Collections made In all parts of the United
Slates, and a general legal business transacted.
Ucfers by peruiltwien f Steimman Jk UcBsel.
BETHANY LUTHERAN, M1LLEBSVILLE.
There will be preaching in the English
language te-morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock, by
the pastor, Bev. Wm. S. Pem
FIRST BAPTIST, EAST CHESTNUT ST.
Preaching te-morrow at the usual hours
by Rev. Wm. Morrison, pastor. Sunday school
at Vi p. m.
FIRST REFORMED. DIVINE SERVICES
te-morrow morning and evening. Sunday
school at ZA p. m.
I7IRST M. E. CHURCH, NORTH DUKE
street. Preaching by the pastor. ReT. S.
II. C. Smith, at 10 a. m. en "Mill Small
Voice," and at 7i p. in. en " Proper Obser
vance et the Sabbath." Sunday school at 1
p. m. Yeung people's meeting at 6 p. m.
MORAVIAN REV. C. B. SHULTZ, PAS
ter. Services and preaching at 10J a. m.
and 7 11. m. Sunday school and adult Bible
class at 1 p. m.
ME. MISSIONS REV. S. O.OARRISON,
. pastor in charge. Preaching at the
West Mission at 10 a. m. and 7J p.m. leung
Tenrlna nwvnr tnnptinff !lt (A 11. m. PreaCll- !
at the East Mission at 7 p. m. Sunday
school at 1 p. in.
PRESBYTERIAN SERVICES AT THE
usual hours, morning and evening.
Preaching by the pastor, Kcv. J. Y. Mitchell.
ST. JAMES. HOLY COMMUNION AT 8
and Morning service at 10 a. in. Even
ing Prayer at 7 p. m. At the evening service
the scats are free.
ST. PAUL'S REFORMED. THE USUAL
divine services will be held in St- Paul's
church te-morrow morning and evening. Sun
day school at yx p. in.
ST. STEPHEN'S CJAPEL, COLLEGE
Campus. Services at 10 a. in. Sermon
by Kev. Dr. J. TV. Nevin.
ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH
Preaching te-morrow morning and even
ing by the pastor, Kev. K. TV. Hufferd. Prayer
meeting at a. m. Sunday school at p. in.
ST. LUKE'S REFORMED MISSION,
Marietta Avenue, near West Orange street.
Services at 10X a. in. and 7J4 p. m. Preaching
in the morning by Mr. Frank Wetzel, and in
the evening bv Mr. A. F. Dreisbach. both of
the Theological seminary. Sunday school at
2 p. m.
ST. PAUL'S M. E., SOUTH O.UEEN ST
Preaching at 10 a. m. and 7'J p. in., by the
pastor, Kev. J. Lindemuth. Prayer meeting
at 6 p. in. Sunday school at ljp. in. Lec
ture en Tuesday evening bv Kev. Jehn Wesley
Geiger, of Marietta. Subject '-Give the Bey
SALEM CHUKCn OK GOD SERVICE
morning and evening, by the pastor, Kev.
J. K. Seule. Sunday school at Antieeh at '.) a.
m. Sundav school at Salem and Derwart
street iniss'iens at 1.45 p. in. Preaching at
Antieeh at 5 p. in., by Kev. J. II. Elliett, en
" The Resurrection," continued. Service at
Bethany mission at 5 p. m.
SECOND EVANGELICAL, MULBERRY
street, above Orange. Preaching by the
pastor, Kev. J. A. Feger, at 10 a.m., and 7i
p. m. Sunday school at 2 p. in.
UNION BETHEL CHURCH OF GOD
Preaching te-morrow by the pastor, Kev.
D. A. L. Laverty, at 10 a. in. and at 7i
p. in. Communion in the evening. Sunday
school and adult Uible class at yA p. m. Mis
sion Sunday school, at the Green street Chapel
at 2 l. m Prayer meeting at 3 p. in.
YM. V. A. GOSPEL MEETING TO
. morrow evening at 0 o'clock. Service
of Seng at 3 p. in.
EOR SALE OR RENT.
STORK ROOM FOR RENT, NO. 114 N.
Queen street. Possession given January
1st. Apply at
dtt-tfdl Ne. 112 North Queen Street.
: A Shuttle Beard In Geed condition, with
four bets el quoits, will be sold cheap. Apply
te H. L. M1S1ILER,
1112.5-tfd 113 East King Street.
17O K RENT.
; One room. Ne. 43 Xertli Queen street,
suitable ler photograph gallery, formerly oc
cupied by J. S. Saurman. Apply te
iiS-tfd THOS. BAUMGAKDXEK.
COLLAR FACTORY AND LEATHER
STOKE FOK RENT. A well Established
Cellar Factory and Leather Stere ler rent.
Alse suitable ter any ether bu-ine-s. Apply t
125-Tu,Th&Stfd JOHN A. S1IOBER.
PUBLIC SALE TVILL BE SOLD ON
THUKSDAY. APRIL 22. 1880, at 1 o'clock
p. m.. at the Lancaster County Pri-011, a large
burplus stock et Leal and Scrap Tobacco.
By order et the
alC-r.td BOAKD OF INSPECTORS.
The second story of Eshlcman & Until
von'.s Banking Heuse, at Centre Square, and
tdse a room en second story, opposite the
Penn'a K. R. Depet, en Chestnut street.
P.. F. ES1ILEMAN.
I23-2tdStt Atternev-at Law
On MONDAY. APRIL 1".), 1SS0, will be sold
at the Leepard Hetel, a let of Ground situated
en the north siile et East Walnut street, ad
joining ground en the west by .alies
and en the east by David llarliuan. Let lrents
en Walnut street 22 ieet anil depth 120 feet te a
10-feet wide allev, en which is erected a one
and a-half story Frame Dwelling, containing 2
rooms and kitchen and wull of water with
pump. Sale at 7 o'clock p. in.
Hexky SnuBKivr, Auct. adrl5-4td
THE PUBLIC WILL TAKE NOTICE.
1st. That the Postmaster General has RE
SCINDED his order against the delivery of
Mails te this Company.
2d. That this is the only Lettery Company
which has ever been declared legal by a United
3d. That United States Circuit Court Judge
Brown has declared its drawings net fraudu
lent. 4th. That Registered Letters will henceforth
be delivered and Postal Orders paid as form
Authorized by the Commonwealth of Ky.
and Fairest in the World.
19th Popular Monthly Drawing
COMMONWEALTH DISTRIBUTION CO.
At Macauley's Theatre, in the City of Louis
THURSDAY, APRIL. 29th, 1880.
These Drawings, authorized by act et the
Legislature et 1S(?., and sustained by all the
courts of Kentucky occur regularly en the last
day of every month (Sundays excepted), and
are supervised by prominent citizens of th
The management call attention te the grant,
opportunity presented of obtaining, for only
$2, any of the l'ollewiug.prizes
I TlliZt $ el'lffyU
X )K MJ m IvvUU
10 prizes $1,000 each 10,000
20 prizes 500 each 10,000
loe prizes, $100 each 10,000
200 prizes 50 each 10,000
000 prizes 20 each 12,000
1000 prizes 10 each 10,000
9 prizes 300 each, approximation prizes 2,700
9 prizes 200 each, " " 1,800
9 prizes 100 each, " " 900
1,900 prizes $112,400
Whole tickels,$2; half tickets, $1 ; 27 tickets
$50; 55 tickets. $100.
All applications for club rates should be made
te the home office.
Full list of drawing published in Louisville
Courier-Journal and New Yerk Herald and
mailed te all ticket-holders. Remit money
bv mail or express. Address K. M. Board Beard
MAN. Courier-Journal Building, Leu
isville, Ky., or at 'M7 and 309 Broadway. New
Without a doubt furnish the FINEST IN
STRUMENTS in the Market. Wareroeins 320
North Queen street, Manufactory in the rear.
Branch Ollicc, 15 East King Street.
Alex. McKillips, Proprietor.
AlsoAgentler Lancaster County for
CUICKEKING& SON'S Celebrated
A Full Line et Sheet and ether Music, Small
Instruments, Violins, Banjos, Band Instru
ments, Ac, always em hand. fl3-lydSly w
TAKCUS O. SEHNER,
Ne. 120 North Prince street.
Prompt and particular attention paid te al
oration and repairs. sl3-lyd
DBY OOODBi JtC.
13 EAST KING ST.
WILL OFFER ON
Saturday, April 17,
IN THE LINE OF
Lies' ai (Mien's Wear,
BABY ROBES, SLIPS, UABRIELS,
EMBROIDERED SHATVLS, LAWN
AND SWISS CAPS, &c.
Astonishing Lew Prices.
Bullied und Embroidered
Fine Muslin, Corded Band, only
21 Tucks and Embroidered
19 Tucks .3 Rows Embroidered luseitlng
Tucked and Ruffled 37c
5 Tucks, Fine Muslin GTc
4 Tucks, Bread Kullle 78c
5 Tucks, with Wide Needle-work Edge 93c
9Tuck, Cambric Flounce 9s'c
5 Tucks, with Rich Embroidery $1.44
6 Tucks, with Deep Flounced Embroidery
and Wide Ncedle-wark Inserting $1.9G
A Tucked Skirt with Bread Torchon Luce
and Inserting $1.47
Tucked with Lace Edging..
Tucked and Kufllcd
Tucked and Embieidered..
Tucked with Bread Needle-work Edge..
Tucked with Deep Embroidered Edge anil
Children's Pantalets 25c
. . .07c
. . .89c
Trimmed with Ruflling
Trimmed with Neeille-werk EiIh
Hip Gere, White and Colored 23c
Pink and Blue Fine Corset 37c
32-Ilene Hand-made 39c
50-Bene Side Steel in White and Colored.... 49c
An Elegant Corset witli Side Steels, Laced
at the Hips and Silk Embroidered Bust. . .74c
A Fine all-Silk Embroidered Corset, Blue
and Cardinal, of Elegant Design 8Cc
The 6RACIE Corset, Side Steels, Deuble
Busk, Frent Embroidered 99c
The PARISIAN, a 100-Bene, Side Steeled
andlPertect Fitting Corset $1.09
Our BONNIE Corset, Side Steels, Deuble
Busk, Silk Stitched 93c
The Most Elegant CYPRUS , Corset, 100 100
Benc Speen Busk, Side Steels, Rich Em
CHILD'S SHORT SLIPS.
Kilt-plaited with Edging 44e
Kilt-plait Elegantly Trimmed with Torchon
Fine Tucked and Embroidered 89c
Kilt-plait with 2 Rows et Embroidery down
the Frentand Edging all around 99c
Tucked and Elegantly Embroidered $1.00
The BABIES' FAVORITE, an Elegant
Dres,with3 Rows of Flue Inserting down
the Frent and Back, Deep and Kich Em
broidery all around the bottom $2.59
BABIES' LONG ROBES.
Fine Muslin 39c
Embroidered Bosem and Tucked at the
Embroidered Bosem, 7 Tucks and Fine
Needle-work all around $1.29
Elegantly Trimmed and Tucked all the
way down : $2.34
Babies' Embroidered Shawls from 99c up.
Lace Caps for Beys and Girls from 47c up.
Babies' lland-uiade Split Jackets at 40c
Babies' Hand-made Bootees at.... 14, 19 and 25c
Hand-made Walking Cloaks in Various
BabUs' Merine Cloaks at $1.07
Ladies' White Lawn Aprons 14c
Ladle9' Plain Muslin Bullied 23c
Fine Dress Apron 49c
Large Muslin Apron ,23c
Child's Corded Dress Aprons 39c
Child's Corded Slips 43c
Child's Kilt Aprons 57c
Ladies' Large Gingham Kitchen Aprons.... 25c
Ladies' Calice Wrappeis
Ladies' Calice Basques
Misses' Suits in all si.es
Child's Kilt Gabriels
Skirts Corded and Kufllcd
SALE TO COMMENCE
.89 and U9c
Saturday Morning, April 17
43-Call early te avoid the rush.
13 EAST KING STREET,
NEW PATTERNS. STYLISH CUT.
THE VERY LOWEST PRICES.
Our exhibit of New and Tasteful Designs in Woolens for Spring and Summer "Wear is new open for inspec
tion. The excellent management of our well-known and popular establishment, and our daily increasing trade,
give assurance of better results in our business than ever before. Especial and personal attention will be
given te every detail, se that full and complete satisfaction will be assured.
MYERS & RATHFON,
Ne. 12 EAST KING STREET,
MW GOODS FOE TIE SPBUG TRADE, AT
LADIES, for New, Desirable and Cheap Embroideries, Rufflings, Cotten Trimmings, Kuchings, Black Silk Fringes, Satins,
Black and Colored, Silks, Buttens, all Kinds, Corsets, Kid and Lisle Thread Gloves, Hosiery, &c, call at GUNDAKER'S.
Fer a Geed and Cheap Crape Bennet or Ilat, Crape by the yard, Crape Veils, Linen Cellars and Culls, call at GUN
DAKER'S. Ladies, we will open te-day all the Latest Novelties in Millinery, &c, call and examine our stock, at
142 & 144 North Queen Street, Lancaster, Pa.
AX'S K1DNKY PAW.
The only cure for Diabetes, Gravel. Dropsy,
Itriglit's Disease, Pain in the Back, Inability te
Ketain or Expel the Urine, Catarrh of the Blad
der, Allectiens of the Spine, and Diseases et
the Kidney, Bladder and Urinary Organs. It
avoids internal medicine ; is comfortable te
the patient; certain in its effects. Sold by all
druggists or sent by mail en receipt of price,
$i00. Day's Kidney Pad Company. Teledo,
Ohie. ANDREW G. FRET,
Distributing Agent ler Lancaster Comity.
Agency, corner North Queen and Orange
Streets, Lancaster Pa. aprlSMyd
TUB SUFFERING HUMANITY
N. LEWIN, M. D.,
Ne. 247 WEST KING STREET,
DR. LEWIN, who has been arcsidentef Lan
caster but a lew months, is a graduate of the
University of Dorpat, Russia, with a practic
ing experience et twelve years, in which period
he has eeen acting as Itegimental Physician in
St. Petersburg, and afterwards practiced in
Berlin, Germany, with great success.
We call the attention of the suffering public
te the fact that he succcurtully treats
and all chronic diseases. The severest cases of
Chronic Catarrh cured in a short time.
References and testimonials from former
patients can be seen at my office.
Persons without means will only be asked
payment ter medicines. Communications from
a distance attended te by mail.
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KIDNEY TVOBT FOB SALE AT LOCU
ers' Drug Stere, 9 East King street.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
"7 Q-7" BOOTS. SHOES AND LASTS
JCjxjLIO X made en a new principle, insur
ing comfort for the feet,
T)iivrprt Lasts made te order.
lebU-tfd 133 East King street.
aJTICURA FOB SALE AT LOCHEB'S
Drug Stere, 9 East King street.
THE GRAND DEPOT
IS THE LARGEST RETAIL HOUSE in the United States,
exclusive of New Yerk City. It carries DOUBLE THE
STOCK of any Retail Heuse in Philadelphia.
Buyers are Sure of Seeing the LARGEST ASSORT
MENT of Newest Goods. A System of Business is ob
served that Ensures PERFECT SATISFACTION.
A CORDIAL INVITATION is Extended te all who
The New Stock for Spring is Just Opened.
13th Street, Market te Chestnut,
THE OPINION OF THE LADIES WE .HOPE HAS BEEN FULLY CON
FIRMED BY WIDE SPREAD EXPERIENCE THAT
Cheap ffiUinery & Trimming Stere
Is the Cheapest and Best Place in the city te buy
Millinery Goods and Dress Trimmings,
And wc will receive daily New Goods and all the Latest Styles, and ladies will find the Larset
Stock and Greatest Variety el Hate, Bennets, Ribbons, Feathers, Flowers, Silks. Satins, Fringes,
Kid and Lisle Thread Gloves, l.aees. Embroideries, Tuckings. I'utling.s Velvet Neckties,
Ladies' White Tucked Skirts 50c. 75c and $1.00 each, and the Largest Stock of Fancy Dres- But But
eons in the city. We constantly keep the Finest Line of
ENGLISH BLACK CREPES,
Only Ceurtauld's Best Makes and at the Lewest Prices. Alse, Crepe Veils in ail Sizes, Crepe
Hats and Bennets constantly en hand anil made te order by the best Milliner in the city, as
we keep no ethers, nor no apprentices te botch your work, at
M. A. HOUGHTON'S
Cheap Millinery and Trimming Stere, 25 1&. Queen St.
A COMPLETE RENEWAL
IN OUR STOCK OF
NEW GOODS BOUGHT FOR CASH MADE UP BEFORE THE ADVANCE AND OFFER
ED TO THE PUBLIC AT PRICES FROM
25 te 30 per cent.
LESS THAN PRESENT COST OF MANUFACTURE PREPARED BT
A. C. YATES & CO.
THE LEADING AND POPULAR CLOTHIERS OF PHILADELPHIA, FOK THE
1880 SPRING AND SUMMER. 1880
FOR THE BEST AND CHEAPEST CLOTHING CALL AT TnE
Ledger Building, Chestnut and Sixth Streets.
THE FINEST CLOTHING HOUSE IN AMERICA.
rXAKU TO THE LADIES!
Just received a Fine Line or
Philip Sclrain, Sen & Ce.'s,
38 & 40 WEST KING STBEETS.
Having added in connection with our Large
Stock of Carpets, Yarns, c, A FINE LINE OF
DRY GOODS, such as CALICOES, BLEACH
ED AND UNBLEACHED MUSLINS, TICK
INGS, COTTON FLANNELS. CASHMERES.
BLACK ALPACAS, SHEETINGS, NEW
STYLE OF SHIRTING. NEW STYLE DRESS
GOODS, TABLE LINENS. NAPKINS,
TOWELS, &c, which we arc selling at
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
ASSETS : One Millien One Hundred
and Thirty-one Thousand Eight
Hundred and Thirty-eight Dollars.
All Invested in the best securities. Lesses
promptly paid. Fer policies call en
RIFE & KAUFMAN,
Ne. 19 East King St.. Lancaster, Pa.
HOSTETTER'S BITTEB'S FOB SALE AT
Lecher's Drug Stere. 9 East King street.
KIDNEY AND EIVER CURE.
Kidney and Liver
The greatest et Modern Medical DKceYcrie-:.
A Vegetable Preparation and the ONLY SUKE
REMEDY in the world ler Briglit's Di.-cu.se.
Diabetes and all Kidney, Liver and Urinary
Diseases. There are a large number of testi
monials of the highest character In support e t
these statements. Prof. Green, a distinguished
allopathic physician of the Seuth, In an article
In the Medical Recerd, gives an account of the
cure of two cases of Chronic Blight's Disease
by tills remedy, and advises all his brother
physicians te use it In practice. It.. Caulkins,
M. D., of Rochester, N. V., writes that he would
prescribe the remedy te all atllicted with
serious Kidney and Liver Diseases. Rev. J. E.
Rankin, D. D., of Washington. D. C, tells et
permanent cures effected by it, and savs : "1
de net doubt that it has great virtue." "l. W.
Bartinc, M. D., D. D., of East Orange, N. J.,
certifies that it cured him of chronic Briglit's
Disease in two weeks. Rev. C. A. Harvey, D.
D., Secretary of Heward University, certifies ;
"I am convinced that no remedy heretofore
used or described can be held for one moment
in comparison with this." These are sample
Twe compounds ; Fer the cure et Diabetes
call for Warner's Safe Diabetes Cure. Fer cure
of Briglit's and the ether diseases call for War
ner's Safe Kldnev and Liver Cure.
Warner's Safe Bitters, Safe Tonic, Safe Pills
and Safe Nervine are also superior remedies,
unequalled in their respective fields of disease.
Warner's Safe Remedies are sold by drug
gists and medicine dealers generally through
out the country. Send for pamphlet and testi
monials. H. H. WARNER & CO., Rochester, N T.
THA TELERS VIDE
LANCASTER AND M1LLKBSVILLE B. U
Cars run as fellow :
Leave Lancaster (P.'R. Depot), at 7, 9, an.l
ViSO a. m., and 2, 4. 6 and 8:30 p. m., except en
Saturday, when the last car leaves at 9-.3 p. m.
Leave Millersville (lower end) at 5, 8. and
a. M., and 1, 3. S and 7 p. m.
Cars run dally en above time except en Sun
C COLUMBIA AND POUT DKV OS1T B. It
j Trains new run regularly en the Columbia
and Pert Deposit Railroad en the following
a. x. v. M.
IJK-MJMSXLVANIA BAILBOAD SEW
SCHEDULE On and after SUNDAY.
APRIL 4th, 1SS0, trains en the Pennsylvania
Railroad will arrlve and leave the Luucastr
and Philadelphia depots as follews:
fast Line... ....... ...........
Yerk Accem. Arrives;
Dillervillc Accem. Arrives,
Frederick Acceui. Arrives,
Mail Train Ne. I.via Mt.Jey,
Mail Train Ne.2,via Cel'bia,
Dillervillc Lecal.via Mt.Jey
Pacific Express, east, en Sunduy, when llag
gcd, will step at Miildletewn, Elizabethtewii
Mt. Jey, Landisville, Bird-in-IIand, Lruian
Place. Gap, Christiana, Parkesburg, Coates Ceates
villc, Oakland ami Glen Lech.
Fast Line, west, en Sunday, when flagged,
will step ut Dowuingtewn.Coatcsville. I'urkr
burg, Mt.Jey, Elizabethtewii und Mlddlrtewn.
Hanover Accommodation, west, connects at
Lancaster with Niagara Express, west, at 10:' ,
a. m., and will run through te Hanover.
Frederick Accommodation, west, con uect. at
Lancaster, with Fast Line, west, at 2:10 r. m..
and will run through te Frederick.
EEADINO AND COLUMBIA RAILROAD.
On anil after MONDAY. OCT. th, U7'.,
passenger trains will run en this read as lol-lews:
Trains Goixe Seuth, a.m. a.m. p.m. r. m.
Reading, 7:30 11:55 C:l ....
Reinhehls, 8:01 12:24 8:45 ...
Ephratn, 8:18 12:40 7:K! ....
Akren, 8:21 12:45 7:0
Lltiz 8:43 1:02 7:25
Manheim, 9:02 1:13 7SK ....
Lanc:ister Junction,.. 9:05 1:40 7:45 '
Lnndisville, 9:lfi 1:30 7:50 ....
Columbia, 9:45 1:55 8:21) ....
Dillerville, 9:27 2:02 8:t
Lancaster, ?.... 9:33 2:W 8:10 5:0J
King Street, 9:45 8:20 5:10
ilarni.sh 9:58 8:34 5:39
West Willow, 10:05 8:42 5:39
Baumgardncr, 10:09 8:47 5:45
Pctica, 10:17 .... 8:55 5:5-'!
Retteu, 10:23 9:01 :02
New Providence, 10:34 .... 9:12 6:15
Hess, 10:42 9:19 C:2S
Quarryvillc, 10:50 9:25 :35
Trains Geino North, a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m.
Quarryville, l::45 2Jti 7:50
Hess, :52 2.41 7:5S
New Providence, C:59 2:48 8:13
Refteu, 7:11 2:59 8:27
Pequea, 7:18 .... 3:05 8:35
Baumgardner, 7:3; .... 3:13 8:13
West Willow, 72 3:18 8:49
Harnish, 7:41 3:20 9:09
King Street, 7:55 ..., 3:40 9:20
Lancaster, 8:05 1:00 3:50 9-.3S
Dillerville, 8:08 1:03 3:53
Columbia, 8:00 1:00 3:35 ....
Lnndisville, 8:30 1:30 4.01
Lancaster Junction,... 8:30 1:25 4:15 ....
Manheim, 8:49 1:48 4:20 ....
Litiz 9:00 2:00 4:30
Akren, 9:IG 2:18 4:47 ....
EpliRltu. 9:25 2:25 4:53
Keinheldsville, 9:42 2:40 5:14
Reading, 10:05 3:20 5:50 ....
Trains connect at Heading with trains te and
from Philadelphia, Pottsville, Harrisburg, Al Al
lentewn and New Yerk. At Columbia with
trains te and from Yerk, Hanover, Gettysburg,
Frederick and Baltimore.
A. M. WILSON, Supt.
T OCAL MAIL ARRANGEMENTS.
HOURS FOR CLOSING THE MAILS.
BY RAILROAD. Nbw Yerk throueii mail t
7:00 a m. 12:30 p m, 4:45 p m and 11:30 p m.
Wat Mail, east, 7 am.
Gordonville, Downingtown, Leaman Place,
Gap 6 p m.
Philadelphia, through mall, 7 and 9 am.
12:50, 4:45 and 11:30 p m.
Pittsburgh and west, 1:30 and 11:30 p m.
Harrisuure Mail, 10 a m, 1:30, 5:15 and 11:30 p
Wat Mail, west, 10 a m.
Baltimore and Washington, via Philadel
phia, 4:50 p m.
Baltimore and Washington, via Tork, 130 p
Baltimore and Washington, via Harrisburg,
Coatesville, 4:45 p m.
Columbia, 10 a m, 1:30 and 5:15 p m.
Yerk and Yerk wav, 1:30 and 11:30 p in.
Northern Central, 10 a m, 130 and 1130 p m.
Reading, via Reading and Columbia R 11, 730
a m and 1230 n in.
Reading, via Harrisburg, 5:15 and 1130 pm.
Reading wav. via Junction, Litiz, Manheim,
East Hcmpfleld ami Ephrata, 3 p m.
Quarrxvillb, Cuimirge, Refteii, New Provi
dence, West Willow. Lmie Valley and Martins
vllle, 930 a in, and 7:30 p m.
New Helland, Churchtown, Greenbank.
Blue Ball, Goedvillc, Bcurtewn, by way '
Downingtown, at 7um and 6p in.
Sake IIarbek, via Columbia, 10 a in.
BY STAGE Millersville and Slackwater. te
Sate Harber, daily, at 2:30 p m.
Te Millersville, 8 and 11 a m, ami 4 p in.
Binkley's Bridge, Leacock, Bareviiie. New
Helland, 230 p m.
Willow Street, Smithville, Buck, Chestnut
Level, Green, Peters' Creek, Pleasant Greve.
Reck Springs. Fairmount and KewlundsvilhVr
Md, daily, at 7 am.
Landls Valley, Oiegen, West Earl. Farmers
ville, Hinklctewn, Terra Hill, 31artiiuiaie.
daily, at 230 p m.
Fertility, Lampeter and Wheatland Mills, te
Strasburg, daily, at 4 p m.
Greenland ami Soudersburg, te Paradise
dally, at 4 p in..
Netlsville, daily, at 4 pm.
New Danville, Conestoga, Marticville, Ccle
manville, Mount Nebo. Rawlinsville, lictlies.m
anil Liberty Square, daily, at 230 p m.
SUNDAY POSTOFF1UE HOURS.
On Sunday the posteflice is open from April
I te October 1, from 8 te 9 am, and from r te 7
p m ;" from October 1 te April l,from 9 te 10 a in ,
nd lrem Cte7 D m.
WHEN OPEN FOR DELIVERY.
ARRIVING BY RAIL. Eastern mail, 7 a in.
10:45 a in, 3 and 6:30 p m.
Eastern way mail, 10:45 a m.
Western mail, 7 am 1 10 a m, 2 and ti'30 p in.
Reading, via Reading ami Columbia, 230 p
Western way mail, 8 a m.
Reading tray mail, 1030a in.
ARRIVING BY STAGE. Frem Safe H.uber
and Millersville, at 9 a in, daily.
Frem Millersville, 7 and 9 a in, and 4 p in.
Fiem New Helland, at 930a m, daily.
Frem Rowlandsville, Mil, ut 230 p m.
Reading way mail, at 1030a m. daily.
Frem Strasburg, at 930 a in, daily.
Frem Paradise te Lancaster, 10 a in, daily
Frem Netfsville. at 1 p m, daily.
Frem Rawlinsville, at 11 a m.
DELIVERIES BY CARRIERS.
There are four mail deliveries by letter car
riers each day, and en their return trips they
take up the mail matter deposited in the letter
Fer the first delivery the carriers leave thi-
office at 630 a m; second delivery at 10 a ui ;
third delivery at 11 a m ; fourth deliver" at 3 p
O Nearly every Sewing Machlneagcnt claims
te have the simplest machine. Frem the pri
vate books of Sewing Machine makers and at
tachment dealers, we learn the following
The American Machine has 135 parts
" Davis " " 151 "
' Demestic " " 88 '
" Howe " " 244 "
" New Heme " " 133 "
" Remington " " 131 "
" Singer " " 112 "
" Weed " " 122 "
, While " " 134 "
' Wheeler A WIlon,Ne.8,bas .154 "