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Lancaster intelligencer.
FBIDAY EVENING, 8BPT. 17, 1880.
The Twe Parties.
New Yerk Journal et Commerce.
A. day or two since we took notice of a
speech carefully prepared and read from a
printed copy, by Mr. Chittenden, member
of Congress from Brooklyn, in which he
classified the voters at the cemitfg election
as the solid Seuth with a let of Tammany
adherents in the city of New Yerk en the
one side, and a solid North of Union-loving
people en the ether. His lancuage
was very explicit : "The parties te this
issue are practically the solid Seuth and
Tammany against all the loyal men of the
North and West." This was reiterated
in various forms, and was the chief staple
of his address. We showed, most con cen con
cenclusivcly, as we think, that there
is no truth whatever in the state
ment We gave 43,047 as the Tammany
vote of New Yerk city, when that city did
if hest- at the last state election, and
proved that there were inside of New
Yerk city 60,550 Democrats net under
Tammany ; and outside of this chy 349,
753 (at least) Democratic voters, against
372,245 who voted the Republican ticket.
There are ever one million voters in the
state of New Yerk, and Mr. Chittenden
will net claim mere than about a moiety
of them as members of his party. It fol fel
lows therefore, that he is stating what he
knows net te be true, or else that he be
lieves thcre are half a million voters in the
state of New Yerk who arc absolutely
traitors te their country.
A political speaker may claim that his
party is composed of the mere intelligent
class, or of the better educated class, or of
the wealthier class ; but when he says that
it includes " all the loyal men" he leaves
none but rebels and traitors en the ether
side. And this was the substance of Mr.
Chittenden's division : None but the ad
herents of Tammany sympathizing with
Southern rebels will vote for Hancock ;
and all ether voters are arrayed for Gen
eral Garfield. That four hundred thou
sand in the state of New Yerk, outside of
the city, stand up te rebuke Mr. Chitten
den's assertion. They arc as loyal, as vir
tuous, as industrious, and as true in all
that makes up geed citizenship as Mr.
Chittenden and his Republican friends. A
great many of them, like their illustrious
candidate, were soldiers in the iate war,
and as self-sacrificing as any of the Repub
lican army of the contractors who spent
the anxious hours in amassing large for
tunes during the conflict.
It will be seen that Mr. Chittenden docs
net confine himself te this state. He claims,
eutside el Tammany, every loyal voter in
"the North and West." Ohie has about
three-fourths of a million of voters ; of
of these G50.771 voted at the last presiden
tial election, and Hayes, nominated from
that state, only obtained a majority of
2,747. At the coming election General
Garfield, also chosen from Ohie, is net
likely te de much better. It then fellows
that only half the voters of Ohie arc
" Union loving people !"
There is no solid North of voters for the
Republican party. All of the great North
ern states arc nearly equally divided be
tween the two parties ; and a claim that
"all the loyal men of the North and
West" are Republicans is a direct asser
tion that half the voting population of this
section are traitors te their country, or at
least have no attachment for its institu
tions. If, as these orators represent, all
the Seuth is "solid " in its antagonism te
the union, and ripe for revolt against our
government at the first favorable oppor
tunity un& enlv tItat moiety of Northern
and Western vetcrs Tvlie arc in the Repub
lican organization are true te it, it fellows
conclusively that mei? -?n three-fourths
of the people of this ceu:tlv are m lca7,"c
for its overflow! Hew the ;vca!tl,y "?
publicans, knowing these tuMnS f"
their real estate and also b. lv. Umtctl
States 4 per cents at 110 is iiuW1 a mar"
vel.
Wc have been led te these further.10"
arks en this classification of the two pal
; Vncause our esteemed contemporary,
,fifew Yerk Timcs iu its Saturday's
SSiwVn-W) te Mr. Crittenden's dc-
SSSfir"- feiracr -strictures, ami
Tense ajrainst ou. ,, ,, i
has gene even further thau tu en""
its Laults upon the g?r of the
Democratic vetcrs: "The 'Vchan
"The simple claim that thcre Mlc a"
clement in our politics as a solid Peul-l
of itself, the most conclusive dcmusti. -Cnn
ln niiM he. offered of the disley."it
of the vetcrs who make such an entity at i
ence possible and probable." it mis
means anything, as a reply te our argu
ment, it is simply this : The fact that half
the voters of the North join with a major
ity of the vetcrs of the Seuth te elect
a new administration is conclusive
proof that they arc all traiter3
alike! The " solid Seuth " is only another
form of expression for a majority of South
ern votes. If then all the Southern states
gives a majority for Gen. Hancock, and
half the vetcrs of the North, joining with
them, elect him te the presidency, that is
" the most conclusive demonstration that
could Ihj offered," according te the Times,
hat three-fourths of the vetcrs of this
country are guilty of disloyalty ! Whether
the election of Hancock is "possible and
probable " or net, it is true te-day that
these Southern majorities and ever two
and a half million of their Northern breth
ren arc jointly in favor of it, se that even
if Gen. Garfield is elected it is still " con
clusively demonstrated" en the Times'
theory, that a large majority of the vetcrs
of this great republic arc traitors te their
country.
Frem this grand charge of " disloyalty"
the Times descends te details, and accuses
the Democratic party of having within its
fold at the North the "ignorant and su
perstitious immigrant," "beside whom the
negre is an educated, virtuous and law
abiding citizen," and of including among
its adherents " the citizen, who is net the
negre's peer, from the slums of New
Yerk." Wc cannot see that this makes
much difference. If the 400,000 Demo
crats in Pennsylvania, the 350,000 of the
same faith in Ohie, the 400,000 in New
Yerk state outside of this city, the 70,000
in Connecticut, the 100,000 in I.Iassachu
setts, the 220,000 in Indiana, the 200,000
in Illinois, and the remaining tnrco tnrce tnrco
feurtus of a million in ether northern and
western states who arc going te vote
with the maieritv of the Seuth for Han
cock are by this determination proved be
yond dispute te be "disloyal" te the
country, the fact that there is among them
a few ignorant voters, mero or less, who
are net the peer of the negre, is of little
consequence. Wc think, with the Times,
that it is "possible and probable" that
General Hancock will be elected. We
wonder hew these speeches and editorials
which impeach net the geed sense merely,
but the "loyalty" of three-fourths of the
people of this country, will read of their
authors in the light of such an event
after it has occurred ? Will they sell out
all that they have and lice te some far
country, that they may net see the
ruin they have predicted? We
leek for no such rash action en
their part. Chittenden, who has the
soundest head in Congress en questions
of finance, will held en te his government
bends, and if he is re-elected, as wc expect
he will be, turn his very respectable gifts
te enlighten his associates en a subject
where he is still fitted te be a teacher.
And our neighbor the Times will raise its
rents te meet the new era of prosperity,
and continue te gratify a host of readers ;
as it has for years past, by the issue of a
first-class daily paper. And the "disloyal"
voters, in celebrating their victory, will
mimn!mnii1v firmrivn lint.h of them for
their mad utterances in the excitement of
the present campaign.
THE GKCAXBSX BI.H8.STWO.
A simple, pure, harmless remedy, that cores
every time, and prevents disease by keeping
the Weed pure, sUimaehxeguUr: kidneys and
liver active, Is the .greatest blessing ever con cen
rrni nmn man. Hen in tiers is thatiemedy.
and its proprietors arc Ming blessed by thou
sands who have been saved and cored by it.
Will you try itT
Sea etb er column.
ABTMICra DUO'S ADVEKTISE3TF.HT.
Hen Bapplanets Sweated.
Happiness Is the absence of pain or annoy
ance, and wherever there is pain there is dis
ease. A pain In the lower portion of the body
indicatesadisordereisome kindIf there Is any
odor or color or deposit in the urine it means,
disease and requires attention at once. We.
l.oe heini Ttinrni nnrfricndssncakef the re
markable power of Warner's Safe Kidney and.
Liver Cure and are convinced there is nothing-;
se certain and valaablc ler all disorders of the. t
urinary system cecn nuue uu icuuuc.
ZtMT OOOVS.
lAIOSTOCK'S,
Next Doer te the Court Henm.
Open this day the Largest Stock of
UNDERWEAR
Fer Ladies, Gentlemen and Children,.
DRAWERS, VESTS AND SHIRT'S,
12K, 15, 18, 20, 25, 3 . .
Te be found in the city,
till AND FALL OPENIXG'-OF
LADIES' SKIRTS.
FIVE HUNDRED FELT. FLAXXEL, SU.K
AXD WOOL SKIRTS, te be be sold
much less than
REGULAR PRICES."
FAHNESTOCK'S,
Next Doer te the Court Heuse.
BECAUSE
Our tioetls arc Carefully Selected.,
BECAUSE
The Designs arc Artiatic and Xew,
BECAUSE
The Colorings arc Itich and Harmonious.
ASTRICH BR0.S'
Lancaster Bazaar
13 EAST KING ST.
exbmeidekies; x
GRAND
PALL OPEHM.
Wc extend our cordial invitation te all te
OUR PALL OPENING,
ex
Monday aed Tuesday.
September 20 and 21.
BECAUSE
The Trices are Extremely Reasonable.
Wc ask you te visit us when you are in want
of
CARPETS
PAPER MB,
LA11GEST STOCK IN THE CITY.
J. B. lartin & Ce.,
Cerner West King and Princg Streets,
LANCASTER, PA.
OitteDaysefOiOwii
OUR STORE
trill be decorated in amostnevclandattractlvo
tray of exhibiting anil displaying the
FINEST GOODS
the market affords, thus offering you an op
portunity te sec a class of goods which have
heretofore net been seen in this city. As tve
de net ask anybody te buy, it will be of ad
vantage as well as great interest te you te
come and sec for yeurseli tliat our assortment,
as well as the quality of our goods, cannot be
surpassed by anyone. Wc have made it nn ob
ject te offer the biggest inducements in every
one of our dcpartmcnts,eft-timcs net regarding
the .cost nor value of the goods. We have
gained a reputation among the ladies of this
as well as the surrounding cities, or selling the
best goods ler the least money, and our lacili
tics having been increased through the most
liberal patronage which lias been bestowed en
us, it will be easy ler us te retain this ivell
mcritcd reputation.
OUR ASSORTMENT OF
NEW GOODS g0R THEJALL TRADE, AT
aiHSTDAKBR'S.
LADIES, for New, Desirable and Cheap Embroideries, Rafllings, Cotten Trimmings, Ruchings, 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 Hat, Crape by the yard, Crape Veils, Linen Cellars and Cuffs, call at GUN
DAKER'S. Ladies, we will open te-day all the Latest Novelties in Millinery, &c, call and examine our stock at
GUNDAKER'S,
142 & 144 North Queen Street, Lancaster, Pa.
time:
I Statiess .estii-
W.H".
-ar.Eirzzr.EKr si axle.
J. C. H ATJGKHTON'S
LIVEET, SALE & EXCHANGE STABLE,
Ne. 112 Seuth Queen Street, in the Bear of Erisman's Hetel.
Where gentlemen will find at all times Geed Safe Horses and First-class Wagons te hire,
stantly en hand for sale, new and second-hand.
Alse all styles of Wagons con-
New Wagons, Buggies and Carriages Made te Order,
And all kind of Repairing done at short notice, in the best style and at the Very Lewest Prices by
HARRY HAUGHTON,
Shep in the rear of the Stable. Alse Horses and Mules constantly bought, sold and exchanged.
STABLE 112 SOUTH QUEEN STREET,
VllY GOODS.
NEW GOODS!
-OPENING-
GOODS
S'
I'ECIAl. 3'OTlCK,
FALIr1880.
NE7 FALL AND WINTER
DRY GOODS. .
HAGER & BROTHER
ARE RECEIVING DAILY
NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS
IN ALL DEl'ATMENTS.
NOVELTIES IN SILKS,
NOVELTIES IN VELVETS,
NOVELTIES IN FRENCH DRESS UOXODS,
NOVELTIES IN ENGLISH DRESS GOO'.S,
NOVELTIES IN AMERICAN DRESS GOO'US.
LYONS BLACK anil COLORED SILKS,
BLACK and COLORED BROCADE SILKS'
TRIMMING SILKS ami SATINS,
BLACK ami COLORED DRESS ami TRIM
MING VELVETS.
BLACK CASHMERES.
Splendid value, 37c, 43c, 50c, C7c, 75c, 87c,$l,$1.2,
BLACK SILK WARP HENRIETTA,
FRENCH CREPE CLOTH,
MOMIE CLOTH,
ENGLISH CREPES AND BLACK TIUKKT
SHAWLS.
Shawls, Cloaks and Cleakings.
LADIES' Jind CHILDREN'S HOSIERY
and UNDERWEAR,
GLOVES. LACES and RIBBONS,
CHINTZES and CRETONNES,
MUSLINS and SHEETINGS,
TABLE LINEN,
TOWELS and TOWELING,
TURKEY BED CLOTHS, .
MARSEILLES QUILTS,
In large assortment, at very LOWEST prices.
WCaU and examine.
HAGER & BROTHER.
during the last season was well known, but
was nothing te compare with the variety of
goods which wc arc new able te show in every
department.
We shall exhibit the
LATEST NOVELTIES
FALL, STYLES.
GENTS' GOODS.
WK LINEN COLLARS
GOTO
ERISMAN'S.
TlOK EVftZWX STOCKINGS
OOTO
ERISMAN'S.
COB SUSPENDERS
OOTO
ERISMAN'S.
j'OU MEW STYLE ,
LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, GO TO
E. J. ERISMAN'S,
86 NORTH O.UEKN STREET.
flMtY LOCHER'S RENOWNED COUGH
1 SYRUP.
Ladies' Underwear,
Imported and Demestic.
Corsets
' Oi all makes te suit all purchase rs.
Infants' Ware,
The Best, all Prices.
"Worsted Goods,
Suitable for Early Fall.
Zephyr Shawls,
In New and Tasteful Patterns.
Black Satins
Of Every Quality.
Colored Satins
In all the New Shades.
Velvets
lu the Most Fashionable Styles.
Velveteens
In Great Variety.
Ribbons
In Silk and Satin.
Fancy Ribbons
In New and Original Design.
Flowers and Feathers
Te Suit aj! Tastes.
Untrimmed Hats
Of Every Conceivable Shape.
Trimmed Hats
In all the Latest Designs.
Hosiery
In the Most Profuse Variety.
Gloves,
The Best Selection in flic City,
Notions
Of all Kinds.
Jewelry,
The Largest Assortment in the City.
Perfumery
Of all the Most Celebrated Makes.
Toilet Articles,
Embracing Every Necessity.
Fancy Goods
Of Every Description.
Laces,
Real and Imitation, of all Kinds.
Embroideries,
A Specially Imported Assortment.
Black Silk Fringes
In Chenille, Grass, Bead and Chiuette.
Passementeries,
Gimps and Headings.
Ornaments,
Tassels, Spikes and Cords.
Buttens
In Endless Variety
ASTRICH BRO.'S,
13 EAST KING STREET,
LANCASTER, PA.
New Silks, lew Satins, New Velvets,
NEW DRESS GOODS, NEW BLACK CASHMERES, NEW
CARPETS AND NEW OIL CLOTHS.
EVERYTHING NEW AND CHOICE OPENING DAILY.
GIVLEE, BOWEBS & BLUEST,
25 "East King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
DXX GOODS.
FOR THE LADIES.
TO STATE FAIR
VISITORS !
INVITATION.
A Cordial Invitation te visit
my store, and te make use of
it during your stay in the city.
In the waiting-room, as you
enter from Chestnut street, you
may rest with ladies and chil
dren; leave parcels, checked;
and enjoy many ether little facilities.
I want you te see my place
and business; and te learn hew
easily, safely and advantageous
ly you can send there from your
homes for almost everything.
JOHN WANAMAKEK.
Chestnut, Thirteenth and Market streets,
and City Hall Square, Philadelphia.
Grand Opening lew Fall Goods.
WATT, SHAND & COMPANY
Are new showing an Immense Stock et
NEW FALL DRESS GOODS,
BLACK SILKS, COLORED SILKS,
BLACK CASHMERES, SATINS, VELVETS,
Novelties, New Fall Shawls. Single Shawls, DeuMc Shawls, Clack Shawls. New
LuMics, Gentlemen's and Children's
TKA t'EZEMS VIDX
LAKCASTKK ANDaillXeRSVILtEK-K
Cars run as fellows :
Leave Lanvut.-ur l'.'U. Depot) at 7 a. an. I
11:30a.m., 1UI A I, j and 8"m?, JceWa
Leave Mil crsvllle lower end) at 6, 8, and
a. M., and 1, a, 5 and 7 p. in.
Cars run daily en above time except en Sun
CWMJM1SIA AND rORT DEPOSIT R. R
and l'ert Deposit Uailread en the follewina
Fall Coatings.
NEW FALL HOSIERY.
Ladies', (icntlemen's and Children's New Fail
keeping Goods. Every department a specialty at the
Underwear, Rlankets Flannels, lleu-.e-
NEW YORK STORE.
WATVUES, JEUELEr, e.
ZAHM'S
CORNER
A new loom and elegant sleck. A lull line et"
Lancaster Watches,
Waltham Watches,
Columbus Watches,
iu Geld and Silver Cases, at the LOWEST CASH 1'KICES. lleautitul wedding gifts in
Jewelry, Diamonds, Bronzes, Silverware, and French Clocks.
Arundel Spectacles,
the best in the world.
OUR MANUFACTURING DEPARTMENT
is as enmplete as any in the larger cities. Wc manufacture Kings, Masonic Marks Seelctv
rins; Jewelry el all kinds. Diamond -Mounting and any special or odd pieces in any .tcsired
MOXOUKAMMIXKnnil Fine Jewelry and Watch reimirlmrasneclaltv. All work w;!rrr.,....i
id leave your repairing with
Call ami examine our stock am!
sep
lutd
Zahin'S Cerner, Lancaster, Pa.
ED W. J. ZAHM.
VZOT1IIXG.
CAMPAXGX GOODS.
-AMI'AIGN UOODS!
New Samples ! New Styles !
Clubs and Committees Invited te call and ex
amine our goods before purchasing.
CAPES, COATS, HATS, CAPS, nELMETS
TORCHES. BADGES, STBEAMEBS,
FLAGS, BURGEES. (Political
Lanterns very cheap.)
Bunting Flags of All Sizes.
Portraits of Presidential Nominees
en cloth, suitable ler Banners and Transpar
encies. PLASH TORCH.
Every Club ought te have some, even if they
de net have them for entire Club.
D. S. BURSK,
17 Cast King street, Lancaster.
GAKFIELD VS. HANCOCK.
FALL CAMPAIGN OF 1880
New opened and the battle lias commenced and rages fiercely, ami while there inav In
some doubt In the minds et many persons as te who will be the next President of the Uifit.-d
States, there can be no doubt in the mind of any person in want or CLOTHING as te when'
can be bought the cheapest and the best, either In Ready-made or Made te Order.
MYERS & EATHFON,
Centre Hall, Ke. 12 East King Street, the Great Clothing Emporium.
The second story room is packed brim full with the greatest variety of READY MA DK
CLOTIIIXG J'OR Ml-IX. YOUTHS, BOYS AXD CHILDREX, all our own iiwnuitetiire. Tl" v
are well made, well trimmed, ami the goods are all sponged before they are made u: in ar-
mems.
MEN'S ALL WOOL SUITS AS LOW AS $12.00.
Our Piece Goods 1111 the first fleer te its utmost capacity, and Is nicely arranged, se as te
give the purchaser the advantage of seeing the whole stock In a very short space et time. We
are prepared te make up te order at the shortest possible notice ami at the most reasonable
price. Our stock has been bought for cash and will lie sold at a very small advance. Buy your
Clothing at Centre Hall and save one prettt. Call and examine our giant stock and save money
MYERS & RATHFON,
Se. 12 EAST KING STREET, LANCASTER, PENA'A.
Pert Deposit....
Peachbottem....
FIte's Eddv.....
McCall'sFerrv.
Sheuk's Ferry..
Safe Harber.
Columbia.
Express. Express.
a. x. r. x.
6:35 3:50
7:12 44
7rS 4:35
7:S7 4:K!
7:54 5:01
7:59 5:06
&30 5:33
Acceia.
r.x.
00
3:18
3:39
4.-00
4:34
3.-06
6.3)
Stations Seuth- Express. Express. Accem.
WARP. A.M. r. X. A.X.
Columbia. KW3 6:3) -M
Safe Harber. HriJ 6:19 AtlfcOS
La Q 10
Slienk's Ferry..... 113S 6:34 fc51
MctalPs Perry.... 11:41 7:09 10d5
kites Eddy 11:56 7ri) 10:46
Peachbottem lief j h.qx
rert Deposit ia43 S:05 &-5"
READIX ASDCOLCJIBIA RAIT.ROAD
On and after MONDAY. MAY. 10th, 1SS0.
passenger trains will run en this read lis tel-
lows
Traixs Goise Seuth.
Heading,.
KcinheUN
Enhrata,
Manheim,
Lancaster Junction,.
Laudlsvillc,
Columbia.
DillcrviUe,
Laneater,
King Street,
Harulsh.
West Willow
liauuigardncr,
Pequea,
Helten
Xew Providence,
Quarryviilc
A.X. A.M. T..
7:30 11:55 few
P.M.
5:01 IJ4 6:45
8:13 12:40 7:03
8:24 12:45 78
8:43 1:02 7:25
9:02 1:13 7:36
9:05 1:40 7:45
9:16 1:30 7:50
9:40 2:tt 8rJ
9r-"7 2:02 8:06
9:33 2:05 8:10
9:15 &20
K$ nzl
10:05 .... S:42
10:09 .... 8:47
10:17 .... 8:55
10r23 .... 9a)l
lest .... 9:12
10:42 .... 9:19
10-.50 .... 925
P.M.
5:20
5dl)
5:02
6:03
6.-09
6:17
6:26
6itl
6:51
7:tO
Trains Geimi Xeirru.
Quarryville,
Xew Providence,
ICeften
IJauunrardner,
West Willow,
HarnU-h
King Street,
Lancaster,
Dillerville
Columbia
Landisvillc,
I.niR-.uter. I unction,..
Manheim,
11 1 !, ...,
- w iv reii,. .......,
Ephrata
Kcinheldsvillc,
Heading,
A.M. P.M. P.M.
6:45 .... 2.35
6:52 .... 2.41
6:59 .... 2:43
7:11 2:59
7:18 .... 3:05
7:26 3:13
7:32, .... 3:13
:4l .... 3:26
7:55 .... 3:40
8:05 !:00 3:50
S:0S 1:03 3:53
7:55 1:05 3:40
8:30 1:30 4.04
8:30 1:25 4:15
8:49 1:13 4.-2I)
9:00 00 4:30
:! 13 4:47
9:23 2.-25 4:53
9:12 2:46 5:14
10:05 3:20 5:50
A.M.
7:50
7:58
8:13
8:27
8:33
8:43
8:49
9:00
9:20
9:30
Trains connect at Heading wil
rem Philadelphia, Pottsville.l
till f ftlftw tSft nnil
from Philadelphia, l'ett.svill.v llnrrinnr At.
lentewn and Xew Yerk. At Columbia with
trains te and from Yerk, Hanover, Gettysburg.
Frederick and llalttmerc.
A. M. W1LSOX, Supt.
PK N X S Y I. VA X I A KAIL.KOAD NEW
.SCHEDULE en and after SUXDAY
AUGUST 21. ISO, trains en the Pennsylvania
'" ...?':! w,!l '""rive and leave the Lancaster
ami Pliiluiiulphia depots as follews:
Eastward.
Philadelphia Express
k asi ii ne,.. .......... ..
Yerk Accem. Arrives;
Ilarrishurg Express
Dillerville Accem. Arrives,
Columbia Accommodation.
Frederick Accem. Arrives,
raciue express ,
Sunday Mail
John.ste wu Express,
Day Express, ,
Harrisburg Aoeemniodat'n
Wkstwaiip.
Leave
Lanc'ter
Way Pas.-enger,
Mail Train Xe.l.vla .Ml.Jey,
Mail Train Xe.-.'.via Cel'bia,
XiagaraA Chicago Express
Sunday Mai!,....'
Fast Line.
Frederick Accem modatien,
Dillerville Lee-al.viaM t..Iey
Harrisburg Aceommedat'u,
Columbia Accommodation,
Harrisburg Express
PlttMmrg Express
Cincinnati Exprci-s,
Pacific Express
10 A.M.
5:20 "
. "
3:05
8:45 "
tfcll) "
1.V "
I:N) p.m.
1)0 "
3-.nr "
4:45 "
6r25 "
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Thilad'a
Arrive
Philud'a
I2::ti a.m.
7:30 "
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8:1)0 "
11:50 "
2::ie p.
4:oe '
5iM) '
6:25
9:10 '
115 '
4:15 a.m
7:40 "
10:10 ""
12:01 p.m.
3:15 "
5:00 "
5:30 "
6:15 "
930 "
Arrive
l-inc'ter
5:1.0 a.m.
Iic.IO
10:1.1
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Hksv "
10 P.M.
15 '
50 "
5:45 "
7r "
7:30 "
8:50 "
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40 A.M
EDVCATIOXAZ,.
PENNSYLVAXIA MUSEUM ANt) SCHOOL
of Industrial Art. The school year of 18S0
81 will begin Monday. Sept. 13. Instructions
for young men and women in Industrial Draw
ing, Painting and Modeling as applied te the
arts. Send ler circulars te THE SECKETAUY,
15 S. Seventh street, Philadelphia.
aug2-19tced&6lw
Fn
Ctll-lvd
ACADEMY CONNECTED WITH
ranklin and Marshall Cellcirn nflnra nn
pcrier advantages te young men and boys who
desire cither te prepare for college or te obtain
a thorough academic education. Students re
ceived at any time during the school year
Send for circulars. Address
BEV. JAMES CttAWFOBD,
Lancaster. Pa.
BOOTS AXD SUOES.
J? A C V BOOTS. SHOES AXD LASTS
JLJ.ft.C7 X made en a new principle, insur
ing comfort for the feet.
T)")rrrC Lasts made te order.
Icbl4-tfd 133 East King street
HUP BITTERS FOK SALE AT LOCU
cr's Pres Stere, 9 ast Kiss street.
EO UXDEBS AND MA VUUflSTS.
I" AXCASTEK
U01LEK MANUFACTORY,
SHOP ON PLUM STREET,
OrresiTBTHX Locomotive Works.
The subscriber continues, te manufacture
BOILERS AND STEAM ENGINES,
Fer Tanning and ether purposes
Furnace Twicrs,
Bellows Pipes,
Sheet-iron Werk, and
Blacksmithing generally.
8r Jobbing promptly attended te.
anglS-lydJ JOHX BEST.
ATTOKNEXS-AT-LAW
HEXKY A.HILET
Attorney and Connscller-at-Law
21 Park Bew, Xew Yerk.
Collections made in all parts of the United
States, and a general legal bnslncss transacted
ttcfers by permission te Stclnman & Hcnsee
Pacific Express, east, en Sunday, when ting
gcd, will step at Middletown, Elfzabethtewn ,
Mt. Jey. Landisvillc, Hird-in-lland, Leman
Place, Gap, Christiana, Parkesburg, Coiitcs Ceiitcs
ville, Oaklaml ami (Jlen Lech.
Fast Line, west, en Sunday, when flagged,
will step at Downiiigtewn.Coatesville. Parkes Parkes
burg,Mt..Iey, Elizabetlitewn andMidilletewn.
Hanover accommodation west, connecting at
Lancaster with Xiugnra and Chicago Express
at 11:05 a. in., will run through te Hanover.
Frederick Accommodation, west, connects at
Lanc:ister, with Fast Line. west. at 2:10 p.m.,
and will run through te Frederick.
T OCAL MAIL AUKAXUEMKXTS.
IIOU1CS FOB CLOSIXG THE MAILS.
BY HAILHOAD. Xuw Yer.K Tiiuoueu mail,
7:."0 a m. I2:.';e p m, 4:15 p m and 11:30 p m.
Way Mail, east, 7::0a in.
Gorden villi:, Downingtown, Le-.imau Place,
Gai6p ut.
PiiiLAtiULi-iiiA thriuigh mail, TM ami 8:15 a
m., 12:30, 1:15 and 11:30 p ill.
PiTTSBfwm and west, 1:30 and 11::S) p in.
lLM-.i-.i.siiuiie Mail, 9UW, am, 1:30, 5:l5aud 11:10
p in.
Way Mail, west, 9:30 a in.
IIaltimekk ani W'AsuiacTes, via fliilailel
pliia, 4:15 pm.
ISaltimer;: and Washington, via York,-lle p
in.
Kaltimekuasd Wasihsutek, via Harrisburg.
ll::pm.
C'OATKSVILLB, 1:15 p 111.
Columbia, '.Kit a m, 1:30 and 5:15 p in.
Yerk asb Yerk way, l::ieand ll:.i) p in.
Xertiikrx Ckxtill, 9:30 am, 1:30 and 1I:.S p
m.
Bk.vdixi. via Beading ami Columbia K B, 7:30
a m and 120 p in.
BKiVpiNO. via Harrisburg, 5:15 and lltepm.
Bkarixeway. via.l unction, Lititz, Manheim,
East llcmptlcld anil Epiirata. 3 p in.
(jUARiivviLLK, Cauiurge, Xew Ptevldenci.
West Willow and Martinsville, 9:15 a m and
5:0O p m.
Xkw Helland, Churchtown, Greeubank.
Itluu Ball, GMMlville. Be-.irtewn. by way el
Downingtown, at 7:30 u m and 6 t in.
Saku IIarreic, via Columbia. 9:30 a in.
BY STAGE Millcrsville and Slack water, te
Sale Harber, daily, at 1:00 p in.
Te Millersvllle, 8 ami H::t0 a in, and 4 i m.
Hinkley's Ifriilge, Leacock, I'urevilfe, Xe
Helland, 30 p m.
Willow Street. Smithville, Buck, Chestnut
Level, Helten, Lime Valley, West Willow.
Greene, Peters Creek, Pleasant Greve, Beck
Springs, Fulminant and Itewlaudsville, Mil..
daily, at 9:15a. in and 7:5e p in.
1 .and is Valley, Oregon, West Earl. Fanners
vllle, Hiiiklctewn, Terra Hill, Martiudale
daily, at 30 p in.
Greenland, Fertility. Lampeter and Wheat
land Mills, te Strasburg, daily, at 4 p in.
Xew Danville. Concstega, Martlevllle, Colc Celc
manville. Mnuut Xebe. ICawlinsville. IJetlics.ia
and Liberty Seuare. dally. at 2:30 j in.
WJ1EX OPEX FOB DEL1YEBY.
ABBIV1XG BY HAH.. Eastern mall, 7 a m
Ut:'M a in, 3 and i;:.'!0 p m.
Eastern way mail, 10:30 a in.
Western mail, 7 ami 10 a in, 2and 6:30 p m.
Bciding, via Heading and Columbia, :in p
m.
Western way mail, 8:30 am.
Beading w:y nail, 10:30 a in.
Quarryville I'rniit-h, 8:15a m and 4 p ui.
ABIUVIXU BY STAGE. Frem Sate Ifarber
and Millcr.-tvillc, atOam, daily.
Frem Millersvllle, 7 and 9a m, and I p in.
Frem Xew Helland, at 9:30 a in, dally.
Heading way mail, at 10:30 a in, dally.
Frem Strasburg, ut 9:30 a m, dally.
Frem Xell'sville. at 1 p m, dully.
Frem HaH-linsvillc.nt 11 am.
DEL1VEB1ES BY CABB1EBS.
There are four mail deliveries by letter ear-rlei-
eacli day, and en their return trips they
tuk; up the mail matter deposited in the letter
be.:cs.
Fer the first delivery the carriers leave the
elllce at 6:.'!0 a in; second delivery at 10 am;
third delivery at 11 a m ; fourth delivery at 3 p
m.
SUXDAY' POSTOKFICE HOURS.
On Sunday the postefllcc Is open from Aprl
te October 1, from 3 te 9 a m. and from 6 te 7
a m ; from October 1 teApril I.frem 9 te 10 a in,
and from 6 te 7 v in.
T1XWAMX, AC'
GAS FIXTUKES,
IX ENDLESS VARIETY,
AT
Slicrtzer, Humphreville.A; KieiTer's
40 EAST K1XG STREET.
K
1DXEY ffOKT JTOlt SALE AT LOCH-
crs' Drag store, 9 Last wng street.

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