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LAGASXEDilLY'-l
Hancastet intelligencer,
WEDNESDAY EVBNINQ. JUNE .9, 1880.
A Ifew Wrinkle fer Farmers.
Geraiantewn Telegraph.
" On a former occasion WCailnded te a sys
tem Introduced into this cpuntryby which
green feed for cattle "can '-be preserved iu
its fresh,gicen state, through the winter
for feeding cattle. It may be .corn, grass,
eats, &c., and the way it is done is done is
te dig pits, which are called soles, in ob
long squares, made of a capacity of 800,
000 pounds. This green provender, which
is called entiUige, is. put down late in Sep
tember or beginning of October, accord
ing te the season and crops, and opened at
such time as the feed may be needed say
the beginning of December. Of course
the ensilage is covered, se as entirely te
exclude the air in order te ensure its
proper preservation.
Sir. Jehn 31. IJailey, of Billcnca, Mass.,
seems te be the first in this country te
introduce this new system of feeding
green feed in winter, and he claims his
success te be thorough and unquestion
able. On the first of May ultimo, he says
that he opened his soles en the oil of
December last, and that since he had
been feeding a large stock of cattle and
sheep upon comfedder put down, or "ensi
lasred," the previous Scptcmber,and thatits
condition was as perfect as when first used
in December. He was en the first of May
feeding his milch-cews and ewes with
lambs exclusively with it. He invites
everybody interested in feeding cattle te
examine his arrangement and satisfy
themselves of his success. The system is
net new in parts of Europe, but he is the
fut person te try it here, uy it, no :us
sjrts, milk can be produced at one rent a
quart, butter at ten cents a pound, beef for
four cents, perk for three cents, and mutton
for netiiny when wool is thirty cents a
pound ! This green forage can be put
down ler two dollars per ten, '"two tens
of which are worth as much as one ten of
the best Timethy hay, and as much as
four tens of corn fodder fiesh fiein the
field."
This, our agricultural fi Sends must all
admit, is a decidedly new wrinkle in farm
ing of marked importance, and will agree
with us that if it can be proved te be all
that Mr. llailey represents it will be a
"boom" in the daiiying business and in
the pioductien of "meat, such as will
cieate in both a revolution. And we
hope will be for the benefit of all concern
ed. A Wealth (iraiii Healer Mining.
On May 2-"i .lames K. Header, a rich
grain dealer of Milwood, II'., set out for
Philadelphia with the intention of taking
ship thence for the Pacific eeast, as he had
business in Washington territory. He
was ! have made the .journey by water,
by aihice of his physician, for the benelitef
his health. which was impaired by overwei k
lie first went te St. Leuis, where he
drew about $1,000 and transacted ether
necessarv business. He arrived in Phila
delphia en May '2ti, since when nothing has
been heard fiein him, except that he sub
sequently came te New Yerk. It was as
certained that he did net sail for his desti
nation, but the police of New Yerk and
Philadelphia have found no trace of his
whereabouts. The morgues and hospitals
of both cities have been searched te no
purpose. Mr. Header is largely interested
in coal mines and cattle raising, as well as
iu grain, and is a prominent man in his
part of the country. His disappearance is
unaccountable, except en the ground that
he has destroyed himself in a lit of insanity,
or been murdered ierthc sake of the money
he had with him.
I i-em the Hub.
There i perhaps no tonic eilcrcd Te the peo
ple lh.it pe c c-as much real intrinsic value
as the Hep Hitters. J list at this season of the
vear, when the stomach needs an appetizer, or
i he blued needs puritying. the cheapest and
best remedy is Hep Kite-rs. An ounce of pre
vention is erlh a pound el cute. dent wait
until von are pm-ii-ul-d byailiseasesili.it ni.iy
take mouth-, ler von te" recover in. l'etm
tilebc. ' jl-2wIAw
Extract lieiu a letter from Hickctt & Griilin,
Dmggi-l-. Momec, N. '.
MeMini; Dec. 27. 1ST!!.
We have no hesitation in .saying that jimr
Sale Kidney and l.ivcr Cure i-the me-t eili
cient combination ler obstinate Kidney Dis
eases we have ever Known and we have no
mcagie experience, our Dr. Hiskctt being a
ii-a-ti-iiig physician ler nearlv twenty vears.
jl 2il.V IIICKETT .V GUH'I'IN.
CLOTH! SO
1880.
1880.
RATHV0N& FISHER,
PRACTICAL
FASHIONABLE TAILORS.
SPRING AND SUMMER
CLOTHS,
CASSIMERES.
COATINGS,
SUITIXCS.
VESTIXGS,
PANTING S.
TROUSERINGS,
OVERCOATINGS,
Made te order ter Men and Heys in the pre ail
ing Styles, and s.itistactien guaranteed. Alse,
rleady-Aladc Clothing !
AND AM. KINDS OF
FUKNISHIXGr- GOODS
At the Old Price before the Advance.
RATHVON & FISHER'S
Practical Tnilerhii; Establishment,
10t NORTH QUEEN STKEET.
jnt-lmd
vxjj:jitakj:x,
GEO. W. BROWN, AOT..
UN I) 11 TAKE It,
Ne. 11G EAST KING STKEET.
Residence 21 Peuth Prince Street.
may22-lindS&WR
TIXWAitJi, JkC'
TIPTEEN HO CI. AILS IJUYS A
First-class refrigerator,
With Enameled Water Tank, at
SIIEKTZEK, HUMPHHEVILLE &
KIEFFEU'S,
Ne. 40 East. King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
FISAXCXAL.
JAMES llliOWX, ikali:ic in stocks
and llends, C.4 and (if Hread way. New Yerk.
Operations en mat-Kin and by means of privi
leges. Information furnished en all matters
connected with stock speculation and invest
ment. Jiil5-lydTu,Th&S
jETmcCANN, AUCTIONEKK OF HEAL
, Estate and Personal Property. Orders
lett at Ne. 35 Charlette street, or at the Ulack
Herse Hetel, 44 and 40 North Queen street, will
receive prompt attention. Bills made eutand
ttended te withont'nilditienal cost- e27-ly
M
,f AKCUS U. SISUNKK,
HOUSE CABPENT'EEf,
Ne. 120 North Prince street.
Prompt and particular attention paid te al
ration an repairs. s!3-lyd
ISCEDICAL.
QOVPS SOAPS!!
The Finest and Cheapest
PERFUMED SOAP
Ever In tills city before. 5c per piece and 50c
per box. at
FICKY'S CITY PHARMACY,
110-lvd North Queen Street.
vfEKVODS DKUILITY.
1 Te Nervous Sufferers The Great Euro
pean Ueniedy Dr., J. II. Simpsen's Specific
Medicine. It Ls a positive cure ler Sperma Sperma
eorrhea, Seminal Wcakne-,lmpetency,aiid all
diseases resulting fiein Self-Abuse, as Mental
Anxietv, Ln of Memery. Pains in Hack or
hide, and diseases that lead te Consumption,
Insanity and an earlv grave. The Speeilie
Medicine is being used Willi wonderful success.
Pamphlets sent tree te all. Write for them and
gel lull particular. Price, Speeilie, l per
package, or six package- for $5. J. H. SIMP
SON MEDICINE COMPANY. Ne-. 101 and 1(J
Main Street, Hullale, N. Y. Address all orders
te
II. II. COCIIKAX, Druggist, Sele Agent,
13V and 130 North Queen Street, Lancaster.
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riM THE SUFFERING HUMANITY
N. LEWIN, M. D.,
Ne. 2-17 WEST KING STREET,
LASiCASTKR, Pa.
DR. LEWIN, who lia.sbccn a resident el Lan
caster but a lew months, is a graduate of the
University et Dorpat, Russia, with a practic
ing e.x)icrienccet twelve ycai-s, in which period
he has been acting as Regimental Physician in
St. Petersburg, and ulterwards practiced in
Ucilin, Germauv, with great success.
We call the attention of the suirering public
te thu lael that he succe.-slully treats
EPILEPSY,
RHEUMATISM;
NEURALGIA,
CATARRH,;
and all clu onie disease. The evere-t ca-es el
Chronic Catarrh cured in a short tune.
ltelercnces and testimonials lrein Inrnier
patient- cati be seen at my etllce.
Persons without means will only be asked
pavment ter medicines. Communications lrein
a distance attemled te by mail.
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Allcock's Pereus Plasters.
THE OK1G1NAL AND ONLY GENUINE.
Their high degree of perfection has been se
cured alter years or experiment. Composed
or ilie CHOICEST Gums and Extracts. AVe
guarantee them the KEST external remedy
The Best Purgative and Bleed Purifier.
BRANDRETH'S PILLS.
PURELY VEGETAHLl-..
One or two every night, in ten days cure
Costiveness and Dyspepsia
Taken en an empty stomach, Dies' never
nauseate or annoy.
sold by all Druggists. aprl2-2mdeed&w
HOSTETTER'S HITTER'S FOR SALE AT
I.eeher's Drug Mere. !i East King street.
nep hop "hop hop hop nor iiip
HIT HIT HIT HIT HIT HIT 1511
Kits kiss ERS Hits Ells EliS hRS
HOP T) ROVER IIS.
it IT t
HOI'
HIT
E1SS -Fer sinking spell-, lit-, m..i- ens
nc , palpitation and low spirits,
HOP relv en Hep Hitters." HOP
HIT "Read el. proem e and u-c Hep HIT
KISS Hitter-, and you will be strong, ERa
hcalthvand happy.''
HOP "Ladies, de xeu want te be HOP
HIT strong, healthy and bcautilul? HIT
EI!-- Then u-i- Hep Hitlers. ERS
"The great c-tappetucr.-teniach,
HOI bleed and liwr l.-gulater Hep HOP
HIT Hitters.'" HIT
ERs "Clcrgvmcn, Lawyers, Editors, Kits
Hanker-and Ladies nei-d Hep Hit-
IIOP ters daily."' HOI
HIT -Hep Hitters has restored te se- RIT
E1IS briety and health, pciicct wrecks r.iia
liimfin temperance." nw
net .... .. . mjL
... "Soursteinach.siclchcadachcand JtIT
J.'!,., dizziness. Hep Hilter.s cures with a KKS
fcKS lew .lese-.'"
HOP "-"' wiiI e paid for a ca-e that HOP
HIT Hep Hitter-will net cureerhelp." RIT
ERS "Heii Hiitersbuil. Is up. strength- KRS
ens and cures continually from the
IIOPlii-stdi.se." """.
'Ij,'1' "Ki.lnevand Urinary complaints ,..
l',,s et all kinds perinaneiitly cured by
HOP Jlen ,!i"ers." HOP
HIT Hep Cough Cure is the sweetest, HIT
Kiss rarest ami best. Ask children. ERs
The Hep Pad for Stomach, Liver
HOP and Kidncvs i- ,i.erier te all HOl
HIT ethers. Ask Druggists. 1; I 1
''" D. I. C. is an absolute and irre- x'jl
sj-tdile cure ler drunkenness, u-c ijqi.
!;,. ofepium, tobacco and narcotics. j,jT
!:. 1I above sold bv druggists. Hep KISS
" Hitlers Manufacturing Ce. Roches-
linn ler. N. Y.
ier
HIT -"-end ter Circular.
ERs
RIT
d'.l-lydceil&w KRS
HOP IIOl HOP HOP IIOl HOP HOP
HIT HIT RIT RIT HIT RIT RIT
Ells ERs ERS ERS ERS ERS KRS
II
IP HITTER l'OK SALE AT I.OCII-
er's Drug store, .) East King stieel.
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TERMAXENTLY CURES
KU)NEY DISEASES,
LIVER COMPLAINTS,
CONSTIPATION
And PILES.
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I..- 1! II fllnvl- Smith Hem. Vt..
says, "Iii cases of Kidney Troubles, K
it has acted like a charm. It has
cured many very bad ca-cs of Pile-, K
and h:is never tailed te act cllicient
lv." K
Nelsen Fairchild, of St. Albans,
Vt., says, "HisetpricclessvaIue.lv
Alter sixteen year, el great suller
ing from Piles and Ceativcness it K
ce'mpletelv cured me."
C. s. llogaben, et Herkshire. says, K
"One package lias done wonders ler
ine in completely curing a severe K
Liver and Kidney Complaint."
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WONDERFUL. W H I I '
FOWEH. K.
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RccaubC it acts en the Liver, the
Rowels and Kidneys at the same
time.
Hecause it cleanses the system of
the poisonous humors that develop
in Kidney ami Urinary Discase.s.Ril Discase.s.Ril
ietisiiess. Jaundice, Constipation,
Piles, or in Rheumatism, Neuralgia
and Female Disorders.
KIDNEY WORT is a dry vege
table compound and can be sent by
mail prepaid.
One package will make six quarts
of medicine.
Trv it new. liny it at the Drug
gist's. Price $1.00.
WELLS, RICHARDSON CO.,
Proprietors,
3 Burlington, Vt.
K-W
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IHNEY AVORT OK SALE AT LOC11-
ers' Drug Stere, It Last King street.
OHXTS flOOlhS.
IOIt LINEN COLLARS
GOTO
ERISMAN'S.
70R FANCY STOCKINGS
ERISMAN'S.
"IOK SUSPENDERS
OO TO
ERISMAN'S.
IOR NEW STYLE
LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, GO TO
E. J. ERISMAN'S,
5G NORTH O.UEKN STKEET.
.4. TTOltXETS-A. T-LA. '
HENRY A. RILEY
Attorney and Counscller-at-Law
21 Park Rew, New Yerk.
Collections made in all pans of the United
Slates, and a general legal business transacted.
Refers by permission te Steininan & Henscl.
rpitV LOCKER'S RENOWNED COUGH
I. SJliUl".
DDKT
1RT!
JEWELBBS.
LOUIS WEBKR, r i
WATCIIMAKEK.
Ne.lS9U NORTH QUKEN.3TREET.near P. E.
K. Depot, Lancaster, l'a. Geld, Silver and
Nickel-cased Watches, Chains, Clocks, Ac.
Agent ler the celebrated Pantuscepic Specta
cles and Eye-Glasses. Repairing a specialty,
aprl-lyd
CM's Diamei Dest Polish,
the best article known for cleaning Geld,
Silver, Plated Ware anil Glass.
Price, 25c. Per Bex.
SOLD WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
BV
E. F. BOWMAN,
100 EAST KING STREET,
LANCASTER,PA.
Stem-WMing Clocks
With an Alarm, convenient for Traveling.
STEM-WINDING STRIKING CLOCKS.
Will run iu any position, with Ulack or White
Dials, at
AUGUSTUS RHOADS'S,
Jeweler, 20 East King Street,
LANCASTER, PA
J. E. CALDWELL & CO.,
. Ne. 902 Chestnut Street,
Philadelphia,
MDerters of Ceramics :
WORCESTER,
COI'ELANDS,
HAVILANDS,
M IN TONS.
The Productions et all the Celebrat
ed Potteries.
CLOCKS :
MANTLE SETS,
CABINET SETS,
CHIMING CLOCKS,
CARRIAGE CLOCKS,
Artistic Hrenzcs, Groups, Statuettes.
LEATHER GOODS,
EMBROIDERIES,
FANS.
One price, always the lowest,
marked in plain ligurcs.
Orders and inquiries by mail re
ceive prompt attention.
m:Sl
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HOOKS AK1 STATIOXJIKY.
YTEW STATIONERY'!
New, Plain and Fancy
STATIONERY.
Alse, Velvet and Eastlake
PICTURE FRAMES AND EASELS.
AT
L. M. FLYNN'S
HOOK AXD STATIONERY STORE,
Ne. 42 WEST KING STREET.
JOM BAER'S SONS,
15 and 17 NORTH QDEEN STREET,
LANCASTER, PA.,
have in stock a large assortment of
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
Attention is invited te their
FAMILY AND PULPIT BIBLES
Teachers' Ribles, Sunday Scheel Libraries.
Hymnals, Prayer Beeks,
HYMN ROOKS AND MU&IC HOOKS
Fer Sunday Schools.
FINE REWARD CARDS.
SUNDAY' SCHOOL REQUISITES of all kinds.
FOVSlfEltS ANJi MAV111X1STS.
T ANCASTEK
BOILER MANUFACTORY,
SHOP ON PLUM STREET,
OrrOSITBTHE LOCOMOTIVK WORKS.
The subscriber continue te manutacturt:
BOILERS AND STEAM ENGINES,
Fer Tanning and ether purposes ;
Furnace Twiers,
Bellows Pipes,
Sheet-iron Werk, and
Blacksmithing generally.
3- Jobbing promptly attended te.
augis-lyd JOHN BEST.
CAJll'TH.
H. S. SHIRK'S
CARPET HALL,
202 WEST KING STREET,
Has the. Largest and Cheapest Stock et all
kinds of CARPETS in Lancaster. Over
100 Pieces of Brussels
en hand, as low as SI. 00 and upwards.
Carpets made te order at short notice. Will
also pay 10 cents ler Extra Carpet Rags.
WGive us a trial.
202 WEST KING STREET.
BOOTS AA'J) SHOES.
Tjl C"7" BOOTS. SHOES AND LASTS
JJiXxO X made en a new principle, insur
ing comfort for the feeL
T"V""V'T,C! Lasts made te order.
JjUlJle MILLER,
lekl4-tfd 123East'KIng street.
FDsTEST, FASHtONABLB AND GRANDEST DISPLAY OF
SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY GOODS
Ever seen in Lancaster city for the season of 1SS0, can be had at
Houghten's Cheap Millinery and Trimming Establisliment,
ESTABLISHED 18G9.
BIBBO.N DEPARTMENT.
Finest Lines of RIBBONS ever
brought te Lancaster, in all the
Latest Styles of Colored Silk anil
Satin. Old Geld and Cardinal, and
Variegated Ribbons. Rest Brands
at the lowest prices.
ENGLISH
BBW GOODS FOR THE SPRUG TRADE, AT
QXJNDAKEBS.
LADIES, for Xew, Desirable anil Cheap Embroideries, Rufllings, Cotten Trimmings, Rtteliings, Ulaek 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 Hat, Crape by the yard, Crape Veils, Linen Cellars and Culls, call at O UX
DAKER'S. Ladies, we will open te-d.iy all the Latest Novelties in Millinery, &c., call and examine our stock, at
GrTTHNTD JOKER'S,
142 & 144 North Queen Street, Lancaster, Pa.
ItllY (I OO Its, ,t-6'.
)EST BARGAINS IN
BLACK SILK AT $1.
Ever offered. Persons in want should see it.
OUR SALES OF
Black and Colored Silks
This season have been unprecedcntedly large,
ewiny te the large stock v c show te customers
anil extremely Lew Prices.
DRESS GOODS
Of every de-criptien in all the vai-inu- I'abi-ic-and
Styles new in vogue.
FAMESTOCK'S,
Next Doer te the Court Heuse.
NOVELTIES
SILKS
DRESS GOODS!
We have new open our Importation- of New
Silk from Lyens, including
Ih'ecadcd Satin I) Lyens,
Solid Celer Satin I)e Lyens,
IHack Satin l)e Lyens,
Luisine in New Colorings and Styles,
KICH BROCADES,
In Celers te match the New Rrcss Goods
In Dress Goods, a GreatVariety of
New Textures, such as
SHOODA CLOTHS,
IN THE NEW SHADES.
Beautiful Silk and Weel Fancies
te Match Plain Cleths, Plain
Canten Crapes in all Celers,
anil a number of New Things impossible te
specify
ONE FACT
we wish te emphasize. Se tar, the advance en
our jroeds amounts te nothing, and a strict in
spection of our stock will show that at all
tunes we are as low in prices as any, ami elten
lower. A cle-e examination of our geed- is
cordially invited.
1112 and UU Chestnut Street,
aprlG-M.W&F
PHILADELPHIA.
JtOHES, JILAJfKJiTS, JtV.
s
IGN Ol' THE BUFFALU I1KAD.
ROBES ! ROBES ! !
BLANKETS ! BLANKETS ! !
I have new en hand the Largest, Hest and
Cheapest Assortment of Lined and Unlincd
BUFFALO KOHES in the city. Alse LAI'
AND HOUSE iiiAivi-.TS el every descrip
tion. A full line of
Trunks and Satchels,
Harness, Whips, Cellars, &c.
S-Kepairing neatly and promptly done.-3
A. MILEY,
lOS North Qukhh St., Jjetiirastr.
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3lAllill.lSW01tKs7
WE P. PRAILBY'S:
MONUMENTAL MARBLE WORKS
758 Nerm yueen Street, Lancaster, Pa.
MONUMENTS, HEAD AND FOOT STONES
GAUDEN STATUAUY,
CEMETE11Y LOTS ENCLOSED, Ac.
All work guaranteed and satisfaction ghen
n every particular.
N. B. Remember, works at the extreme end
t North Queen street. mSOi
Hemer, Gellattay Ce..
TXIMMIXGS, JbC.
Ne. 25 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
FLOWER DEPARTMENT.
HAT DEPARTMENT.
The Latest Novelties In all the All the Latest Styles
FLOWERS. Rest Display of Fine ceived every day lrem New Yerk jja;, ajj tne Latest Novelties in
FRENCH FLO WEI'S in thu city, ami Philadelphia, and sold at frin-'e atins, tJinips. Laces, l!ut
Can be -een new at , price- te -uit everybody. !tonsEmbreide'rie-. Kid and Lisle
r N. QUEEN STREET.
BLACK CREPES A SPECIALTY.
UMll u out VllLES, .c- c.
iuiy
WHO IS
We de net want you te get
tiens are "being made in the prices of goods elsewhere and net here.
We are, as usual, below the market, and intend te stay there.
1 The following list embraces enough of our stock te give some
J due te the rest of them. We quote articles new in great favor as
i low-priced goods ; but in general they are net reduced. We have
' been there all the time.
i
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I
JOHN
SILKS.
SUMMER bILIvS.
Stripes, modest, medium and bold.
fa-lie checks and stripes
Checks en solid irreuad ,
Chene stripe-, shaded
"Mille Itaye." extra quality
IScst impeitcd, flinches, great variety
ULACK SILKS.
Ure grain pcr-au and talfetas
5")
. 1 01)
e ;."
no
t- ine or Heavy com jrre giain ami pcr-au.
Six make-, teivign and American, jet or
r.iven black, heavv and light 1
Caclicmire lini-li. -Jt inches, Iiellen, Alex
ami le and Amciic.m 1
Caclicmire lini-h. "super" quality, -JI
inelie-, foreign 1
Kid iini-h, high lu-tre,cachemiie,-2t inches 1
Hen net, -J 1 inches -1
COLORED SILKS,
(oeddiialitv. all colors H
Lyens, extra In-tiv. heavy cold. -0 inchc-. 1 en
lli-st. ter walking -nils. -2-1 inelie- 1 i"
Itich and elegant ilui-h, 'JJ inches 1 ."il
rei'LAirns.
Showy
Ilrilliant and lich
ItKOCADKs.
Ithick. polka dot-, etc
Colored
Colored, new dc.-ign.-
Nevell ic-
.irO ."ill
0 :m
i m
1 'jr.
1 re
OAL'ZE AM) UUENADINE STIIIPKS.
A large quantity just bought te clear an ini ini
peitcr's stock, lccently sold by us at $J..V. we
are liewscllmgat ! nil
SILKS are in next outer citcle ea-t fiein the
Chestnut street cntra'ice.
BLACK GOODS.
CIIENADINES.
Mexican, silk and wool ."0, Ki, 7.",S."
ilk and wool stripeil T", t1, il 'J-", $1 ."ki, 1 7."
Lyens eania es in, T.", S.". $1 en
Paris, silk ami wool -f 1, si -J.", f 1 ,"i()
Lven-, all silk dama-.-cs -Jl :iy.,$l Jl), ?! T.",
$J, J ie, ?:;.
PLAIN IHTNTINtJS.
American, ' ?) 21 1, .i" .:!! ..'17.
American, r-l, fi) ri, .(l."i .7.".
Kreiieh, 'J"l inches, $H :il .."7.
Krench, ::i inches, $i) 4 1 .M .(;-J .7."i
French, 4(i inches, je Si, 1, 1 It).
LACE HUNTINGS.
We have nearly everything te he found in the
markets et the world.
it inches, $'l .".7J. .0 .(W.
tt inches, $I,$1 l;.
Lupin's Pari-, original color, and we believe
alme-t the hist in Philadelphia:
'Jl inche- fO .m
Ii inches 1 IU
NUN'S VEILING (for drc-sc-).
!: inches 7.", $1 IK)
M 1 .".0,$I 7)
ULACK GOODS aie in the next outer circle
wc-t treni the Chestnut street entrance.
But one tiling we ought te remind you ef: We may appear te be at
a disadvantage when -we are net, because of certain tactics sometimes
employed, which we de net care te use, viz., the pretending te make re
ductions when none are made. "We use reductions te clear stocks. That
is perfectly honorable, and it is necassary in a large business. The losses
thereby incurred, though sometimes considerable, are trifling in compari
son with the benefit te remaining stocks.
New then, anyone who will take measures te find out where the
lowest prices are, compare sample with sample, price with price, will find
we are net a whit behind ANYBODY, net even in a single item, se far as
we knew ; and that we are below EVERYBODY en almost everything.
Samples sent when written for.
JOHN WANAMAKER.
Ciicsfiiut, Tfiirleenlli, Market and Juniper, riiiiaiklphia.
jc7-ceiltf
CAJtlllACirS,
S. E. BAILY.
S. E. BAILY & Ce.,
Manufacturers
CARRIAGES OF EYERY DESCRIPTION !
Office and Warerooms, 430 and 432 North Queen Street. Factory,
431 and 433 Market Street, Lancaster, Pa.
Wc are new ready ter SPUING TltADE, with a Fine Assortment et
Bier Carriages, Ptate, larM Vim it
Having purchased our stock for cash, hcreretlie recent advance, we are enabled te eiler
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS IN PH1CE. Wc will keep in stock BUGGIES OF ALL GRADES
and PBICES te suit all classes et customers SPECIAL BARGAINS IN MAKKET WAGONS.
Give us a eall. AH work fullv warranted one vear.
LANCASTER, TA.
TRIMMING AND NOTION DE
PARTMENT of HATS re-
Rll.l l.il...!i.......l...wlMtn.l1.... - .... .... 1 1...
i - .j... u.i3iiuin.iiiuiu -u'u" "iTiircutt "li'vesinainuciicw snaues
at -liert notice. .ln,i white Tucked Skirts from 50c.
I !te$l.
coons.
UNDER?
the impression that great reduc
WANAMAKER.
DRESS GOODS.
COTTON".
Seersuckers, blue, hrei. n and gray
-tiipc. bc-t pattern- .".-JO
Scer-uckei-. fincy colored -tripes
-eel-sucker-. Yeik. lull a ertmeut et
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Jll "
is
11
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l'JJi
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-tripe- and color-
Zephyr Ginghams, choice, net te hi1
leiiml i'1-ew lieie at anv price
Zephyr Gingham-, plahl and stripes
Zephyr Gingliauis, halidaua
Dies- Gingham-
llandkeicliiel" (iinghaui- ami plain cel
ins in match .'
oe
Die Che let-
Taini-e cloth, ecru, cashi.iere border.
Chi nt. pelLadnt, indigo, for suit-
Cocheco ("nmbric-. choice
I'acilic Cretonne-, great variety. ..fil Jll, 1'J)
J.iceiiet Laun-, Kreic Kerehlin
I'acilic Lawns.grc.it variety ifi III, Vl
( ambric stiipeil l-i n- .".
lacenet lawn-, last color-
iu
.'.. 13
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.. 13
7)S
03
1J'
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Lace law n- u lute, tinted and solid cel
ered grounds
Memic cloth-, printed
COT ION" AND WOOL.
Lace Hunting-, all color-and black ?!'
Debcige-, twilled
Mehairs, plain
.Mohair.-. iu illeil
Mohair-, -ilk-eheckeil
.Mohair-, silk--tiiiei
Meliair-, pl.iid
Jlehair-, hngli-h
Mehairs, ;i-nglish, clouded
Mohair lit-trc-
Ca-hmere-. eOacluiien'.- colors
Suitings, English, lancy
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ALL WOOL.
Lace Huntings, color.- and black. .:!7J.r, .",
l'laiu buntings of a new style, distinct
lrem the old and dccideilly better than
any ether, all colors.
"J I inches i"
."I inches, double told 4H, 31, GO.
Dehc'ges, Krench, ca-hmcre-twilleil, 'JJ
i n dies
Debeiges, French, taireta:
J-J inches
."J inchc-, double told
1-J inches, double fold i",
Casiimercs, French :
,"J inches
::i ; i i i c l i e s .-.
"-heda cloth. French. ll inche-
Meinic cloth. French $1
Crape cloth, French 1
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73
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LINENS.
MX SPECIMEN PIJICES.
These
ire l.-ur samples ei I tie nargains ,c
have been giving for weeks in Linens
Ks in llncns :
1 1 uck Tew el. l.u-ri: and heavv
0 -J3
Hack Tewel. German, knotted fringe... 'J
Glass Toweling, pervard 1
German bleached Tabic Linen 73
German Napkirt-. ", jii-r deen 'J 'J3
Star Linen. 'Jil inche-, jier yard I-J
JIWAI'
I'llAJJTOXS. Ac
W. W. BAILY
of and Dealers In
TKArXZHJtS' UVTDiS
LANCASTER AND BIILLERSVILLE IU K
Caw run as fellows :
Leave Lancatser (P. n. Depot), at 7, 9, an.i
11:30 a.m., and 2, 4. e and tttW p. ui., except en
Saturday, when the last car leaves at !fc.te p. in.
Leave MUlersvillu (lower end) at 5. S. and
a. M., and 1, 3, 5 and 7 p. m.
Curs run daily en above time except en Sun
day.
CIOHTMBIA AND PORT DEPOSIT R. R
J Trains new run regularly en the Columb a
and Pert Deposit Railroad en the folleniu
time:
Stations North- Express. Express. Aece-i..
WARD. A. SI. V. 51. r. M.
Pert Deposit ft35 3:."x) 2:'
Peachbottem 7:12 4:24 .":.S
Flte'sEddv 7ri" 4:i" 3 3.1
McCail's Ferrv 7:37 4:t! M
Shenk's Ferry 7:54 5:01 4:.ii
Safe Harber. 7:."0 5:0t; 5 Oti
Columbia s:30 5:35 (2i)
Stations Setmi-'Uxpress. Express. Accem.
WARD. I A. M. r. M. A. St.
Columbia 10:S ir.i 7VI
Safe Harber. 11:21 tfcisi AriUOd
LcU:I0
Slienk's Fern...... UviS fi:5l a-Jl
McCall's Ferry..".. 11:11 7:('. 10ri"
Fite's Eddy lltSi 7:-.M 10::
r. m. v. M.
Peachbottem 12:07 7:: 11.07
1 M.
Poi-tDepesit iI5 S:0" P.'ri".
13 K N N S Y L VA N I A l'.AH-UOA 1 N KW
J SCHEDULE On and alter SL'ND.W
MAY S5d, Sl, trains en the PeniisylMiuia
Itailread will arrive and leave the I.auenstei
ami Philadelphia depots as follews:
Leave Arrive
I-anc'ter Phihid'a
PJsEV a.m. :i:iK .'.l.
2:10 - 4:15 "
.":'Jl " 7:ll "
7:.'M "
&0.-1 ' 10:10 "
S:t. "
J:le " 12:01 i
1:C5 ik
1:1(1 r.M. 3:ir!""
inn " 3:im
:fc5 " .r:i "
l;4"i ' 0:45 "
,;-, .. .,.;; ..
Leave Arrive
Pintail":! I.:iii.-'h r
liSn .m. ":,,, v si.
S:(Hl " Ui:'." "
II:ti; "
!:(I0 ' II:li5
sum in:. 5
IUVI " 2:10 cm
2:15
2:50 "
2:.7l r.M. ":!" "
l:l)(l " 7r.T "
5:.-;il " 7!0 "
;r25 " t- "
o-.ie " u.::i
U-V " 2.10 a.m.
Eastwaue.
Atlantic Express,
Philadelphia E.pic.-
Fast Line
Yeik Accem. Arrive-;
Ilarrisliui-g E.prc-s
Dillcrville Accem. Arrives,
Columbia Accem uiinhit ion.
Frederick Accem. Arrives,
Pacific Express,
Sumhiy .Mail
Jehn-town Expicss,
Day Expre ,
llarri-hiii-g Accommednt'ii.
WesTWakd.
Way Passenger,
Mail Train Nn.I.vi.i Mt-.Iov,
.Mail Train Nn.iv ia c nl'hia.
Niagara & Chicago E.pres-
Suuday Mail,
Fast Line
Frederick Accommodation.
Dillcrville Local.via.Mt..Iej
liarri-biirg Aceominedat'ii.
Columbia Accommodation.
Iliirri-burg Expre,
Pilt-dmrg Expre ,
Cincinnati Expicss,
I'acilic Expicss
P.u-illc Expre-s, ea-t. en hund.iv, u lien ll.i-gt-il.
Mill step at Midilletewn. Ellabethte n
.Mt. Jey, Landi-ville, liinl-iii-lland, l.eni.-iii
Place, Gap, Chii-tiaiiu, Parke-burg, Coatcs Ceatcs
ville, Oakland and lili-n Lech.
Fast Line, west, en Miuduy, uhcu lla 'ed,
will -top at Dew ningtovn,Ceate-ville. Pail., -liurir.
Ml.Jey, Kli.al-lhtfu-u and )lidd!ctu u.
Mail Ne. 2 we-t ceiiiieclingat Imc.i-iteru illi
mail Ne, 1 at 10:55 a. m., and with Niagara ami
Chicago Lxprc al II: 5and will run through
te llaiieveraud will ( licet at Celiiuibi.i with
tram lliri.nli te ll.uii-biu-g rid Marietta.
i li-di-l iciv Aeciiiitiiiixlatien. uc-i ennue- .it
Lane i-ler, w nil la-: i.iue, c-i, at 2:11) -.
ami ' ill i'iiii lliieali te Fii'deriek.
1s:adjng and t:ii.ir.in:i. i:v:- .
t nil aiidatiei-MtlNDAV. MAY. Wr", lv0,
pa cner tram? w ill l un en tin- ie.ih . - -.
Ien-.
TlEAlNS liUlM) SOUliI. I A.M. A.M.
1'. M.
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7:
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Reading,
Keinlields,
Ephrata,
Akion,
Lit!
Manlieim,
Lauca-tcr Jitnct
7::i
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1221
I2:4ii
12:15
1:1)2
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0:10
0:27
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10:tr.i
10:17
Hi:2:;
:ii-.:vi
10:12
le:50
loll,.
7:1..
7:'.n
S.20
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:ln
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s:::i 1
s:!2l
Laiuli-ville,
Celuiubiu,
Dillcrville,
Lauca-tcr,
King Mrect,
Haiiii-li,
We-t Willow,...
Haumgaiiliier,...
Peiiic.i,
Iti-lten
New Providence
lle-s
(juarryville,
b:!7
s:55
0:01
0:12
0:10
0:25
r. Jl.
Ti:ai:.-.s t;eiK Netrrii.
A. M. I I". M.
(juarryville,
lie.,
New Pieviitcuf
itelten
Peiliie.i
Haiiiiiaiduci-,..
W.--1 Willow,...
llaini-h, v.
King Mrect,
Laiiea-ler
Dillcrville
Columbia
':I"
i;:52
;:50
7:11
7:18
2.(1
2 ..-2-50
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3.40
1.0 1
1:15
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7:55
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2.00
2:H
2:2"
2:0;
3:2il
Lanlivilli
Lanca-tec June
tin:
.laulieiiu,
Liii, ,
Akren
Epbrat.i.
Ucinlieldsv il!e,.
Heading,
4:17
vi t
0:2:5
0:12 I
10:0",
Train- connect at Hcailing with trains leand
from Plnladi-lplii.-i, Pottsville, Ilarri.-burg, Al Al
leiiteun and New Yerk. At Columbia with
trains te and treui Yerk, Hanover, Cctty-buig,
Frederick and KaRimerc.
A.M. WILSON, mij.i
L
ecal mail ai;i:anglmi;nts.
IIOUIW FLU CLOSING THE MAILS.
I5Y KAILUOAD. Nkw Yerk tiiiloueii hail
7:.'!'J a 111, 12:0 p 111, 4:15 p in and 11:."0 p 111.
Way Mail, cast, 1:-V .1 1:1.
GoituexviiXK, Downingtewii, Leamau Place,
GapO p 111.
PuiLAUULi'iiiA through mail, "t.'.'M and .u:l5n.
in., l-'-"A), 4:15 and ll:.7i p in.
PiTTMscitnii and west. Inland Uift p 111.
Hai:i:isi;l-ue Mail, W::vi, a 111, l:50,5:15aud II.M
p 111.
Wat Mail, west, I0:.71a 111.
Haltimeuk ash Wasiumoten, via Philadel
phia, 4:15 p m.
Haltimuub and V.'ashimjic:., via. YerL, I . p
ui.
IIai.ti.meui: and Wasiiimjves. via llarri-lntrg,
ll:l p iu.
CeA-rr-sviLLE, 1:15 j 111.
CeLI'jii'.ia, 10:." 1 a in, lu" and 5:15 p in.
Yeuk a.nu Yeiik WAV, l::ieaiid ll::a) p m.
Xeimii;i:.N CtNTUAL, H:J0a m, i:.V)ainl il::,D p
i-'.
Heading, via Heading and Columbia K U, 7::;0
a m and 12:JiJp 111.
Hkadimi, via Ilarri-biirg, 5:15 and 1I:'3I 111.
IJkaiuxe WAV? vi.iJ unction. Lint, M.mlit 1111,
Ea-t llcmpliclii and Hplinita, : p 111.
tmAiHivviLLK, Camargo, Hellen, Nc-.v Provi
dence, We.-t Willow. Lime Valley and M.tiluis
vi lie. 0.15 a in, and 5:M p m.
Nkw IIeLLami, Clmrchteun, Ciceubi'iik.
Hliie Hall, Uoeitilli:, Heariewn, by .i it
Downiuglewn, at 7:.") a m and p 111.
Sakk II Ai'.ueit, via Celiiinbiii. 10:.'U) a in.
I5Y STAGE Miller-villc and slackwater. te
Sate Harber, daily, at 4.00 p 111.
Te Millcrsvilif, Sand II: ill a m.aml 4 p 111.
Ilmklev'a Hridge, Lciceck, HjieviJie, e T
Holland,"2-.:epm. '
Willow street, smithvillc. Luck, Clie-'rmt
Level, G 1 ecu, Peters Creek, Pica-ant Grew,
Heck Springs. Fainiieuiil and It'iwl.-.nd-ville,
Mit, daily, at 7 a 111.
Laudis Valley, Oregon, West Earl. Farmers,
villi-, Hinkletewii, Terns Hilt, Jlari n.i..lc.
daily, at 'l-.'-'M p 111.
Fertility, L impcter and Wheatla id Mill-, t
Stra-burg, daily, at I p in.
Greenland and Seiidcrsbiug, le Paradise
daily, at 4 p in..
Nell'svillc, daily, at 4 p 111.
New Danville, Concstega, Murticville, C.le
maiiville. Mount Nebo. Hawliiisvillc, Helm-.-.ta
and Libcrtv .sijuare. dailv. at 2:.J0 p m.
WHEN OPEN FOit DELIVLUY.
AUKIVING HYUALL. Ea,teni mail,7 a in.
Kr.'yi a m, : and r,:S p 111.
Eastern way mail, 11:30 a 111.
Western mail, 7 and 10 a 111, 2 an lu;.') m.
Heading, via Heading and Columbia, 2:30 p
111.
Western way mail, ?:30 a m.
Itcadiug way mail. 10::aia in.
(juarryville Hrani-h, h:15a 111 and 1 p 111.
AUKIVING IJY STAGE. Frem Sale Harber
and Millersvillc, at 0 a 111. daily.
Frem Millersvillc, 7 and '.) a 111, and I p m.
Frem New Helland, at 0:30 a 111, daily.
Frem Uewlandsville, Mil, al 2:30 p 111.
Heading way mail, at 10'Jla m, daily.
Frem Mi-.isbiu-g. atU:30a in, dally.
Fem Paradise te Liiica-ter, in a 111, daily
Fiein Nellsville. at 1 p m, daily.
Fieui Hawlin-ville.at II a in.
DELlVEUIKs IIY CAUKIEUS.
!-
There aie lour mail ilcliverics iiy letter carrier-,
e.iclniav, and en their return trips tiny
tak" up the iu:til matter deposited iu the letter
boxes.
Fer the ill's t deliver" the carriers leave the
eilic-e at ;.-3ll a 111; second delivery at 10 a 111 ;
third delivery at 11 a in ; leurtli delivery at 3 p
in.
SUNDAY POsTOFFICE IIOUKS.
On .Sunday the iio-teli.ee is open tiem April
I te October 1, from leOa in. and from r, te 7
am: lrein October 1 toAprill,lrem'J te 10 a m,
and from 1; te 7 n m.
j:j vva ri ex a l.
riHlL ACADKJIY tUSAtCTEO W'l"l
J. Franklin anil .Marsnall college eilers su
nklin and Marshall College eilers su i
nerler ml vantages te young men and boys who -
de-iiv either te iirepare for college or te obtain
a thorough acailcmic education, students re
ceived at any time during the school year
Send for circulars. Address
IlEV. JAMES CRAWFORD,
ctll-lvd Lncaater. Pa.
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