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LANCASTER DAILY INTl.LLIGEN.rivll. THURSDAY NOVEMBER 18. 1880.
?iaiicaster l-ntclligencer.
THORSDAY EVENING. NOV. 18, 1880.
The Wheat Crep of 1880.
Ii.ttrt-sllng facts An Estimate of the Prob
able Demand for American Oralns
iu Foreign Countries.
I!i-ad-tiecL.
Up te September 2." the reports te
Brddtrcit' s indicated a total yield for tbe
entire ulicat growing regions of tbe United
States or 403,091,000 bushels. It was
stated en October 9. that in all likelihood'
the latter icpeits, sivinj; the full results
of thie.shin;s would net reveal a total
actual j ield much, if any, beyond 4.5,000,
000 biishclb. Faiily complete icturns re
ceived (luting the month of October from
all paitsef the country warrant the pres pres
setitatien of a final summary, the accuracy
of v. Inch w5 believe will be established
when the marketings of the year come
te be summed up. These returns show
a total yield for 18S0 of 433,049,000
bushels. The icturns for the New
Enla-.d :,tates remain at 1,100,000
bushels ; for the Middle states at CG,59j,
000, and for the Southern state-. at41,929,
000 bushels; Ohie. :J9,300,000 bu-Jiels;
Indiana, 4:5,000,000 bushels; Minnesota.
42,0-20,000 bushels ; Nebraska, 9,130,000
bushels. Returns fiem the remaining
.states of Michigan, Illinois, Wisconsin,
Iowa. Missouri and Kansas show a fall
ing oil" fuun the cither estimates made be
fore the threshing was at all complete,
with the exception of Wfeensin, whose
yield is new placed at 13,430,000 a short
eiep. The lin.il lelurns of the ether
states are as follew: Michigan, 33,373,
000 ; Illinois, 32,300,000 ; Ie-.v.i, 43,000,
000, a considerable reduction fiem the
preliminary estimate ; Mis-euii, 23,750,000;
and Kausa's, 19,730.000. Total for all th.i
Western states, 323,075.000 bushels.
The wheat eiep of (Washington Teni Teni
tery is included under the head of the Pa
cific coast. Late: 1 etui us lead te the con
clusion that the yield of the eutii e Paeitic
coast is 39,500,000 bushels, excess of
1,500,000 ever our tiist estimates of Oe Oe
tebei 9. Iu San Fr.iueisce journals and
cLsi-wht-re these figures maybe lcgaided
as tee low, but i ft m us as te the inciease
of acuMge and yield, taking as a basis of
caleul itien the known pieduct for 1S79 as
judi.-ated above, de net wairaut a large:
iiguie than 39,500,000 bushels. This ic
Mill, alter deducting for feed and seed,
will pei init an cpoitatien of about 30.
000,00.1 bushehs.
):i ilie whole, we an- "ed te pl.uv the
needs of the eeuntiy for feed, seed, etc..
at 2 r,()0 1.000 bushels. O.ithis basi.s there
will be I.-it a m irin of 19 ).724,O0.t bushels
for epeit te supply the demands of foi fei
cign countries.
The lepeited sin pluses and ilelieieiicles
iu ftireigu countries are complied, and the
result give . an apparent surplus of 27,0(0.
000 bushels. Tii- :utici. concludes :
The apparent sui plus of wheat ever the
world's need is vi small that, eenstdeiin
the pieb.ibiht.v of consumption at home
ami abr.j.id iueieasiiig nit her than decreas
ing, there i- no joed reason te count en
deeiiniug piic-s. Tiie sheitness of the In
dian com eiep in the United States will
Iiae some effect in Misfainiug the juice et
wheat. Again, it is net possible fei
piici.s te decline mateiially without speed
ily ineivasing the demand, which, in tutu,
will ic.ict in thi! direction of higher prices.
Having ie:r.iid te all the factor.; entering
into the present wheal situation, it is con
cluded that a continuance of fair piiee.s
for wheat is justified. The apparent mm
plus of 27.eiiO.000 biish"ls in the weild's
wheat piitduct is net -e large as te justify
fcaisef very l.iw prices. There is Utile
mere, if any, than enough wheat te supply
present and prospective deficiencies. F:
this year, at least, the wheal producers
of the United States b'al fair te ieceiC
faiily reniuiieiatie juices fei iheir eieps.
Tlie Creps Abre.nl.
Londen Letter.
Tiie advent of wintry weather dining
tbe earlier i ut of the pist week has, in
most distuets lelaided wheat sewing;
but with few exceptions, the seed time has
se far pi egi essi d lawuably. net only iu
this count i y but en the continent of En
rope. On the whole, and notwithstand
ing the abueimally eail.v tally of snow,
the weathei has been cold diy and favor
able for thiesl.ing opei.itien.s. which has
bieught te light very considerable damage
te stacks from the excessive lainfall which
ectui icd :i fei misfit Miice, and as thresh
ing gees en lesults aie found te be worse,
as a nile, th in the lowest estimates that
hae been formed of them. Samples of
English wheats yet te baud are of ,11 most
vaiied chaiactei, both iu respect of quali
ty and of condition, and thetiuth of the
maltei appeals te be tint, of the large
bulk, of wheat which was h.u vested in ex
ceptionally gued condition, a vciy mater
ial poitieu lias sab.scipiciitly been damaged
iu stack. Atall events, geed seuml sam
ples of English w hulls are scarce and
seed wheats are readily salable at
prices which are considerably in ex
cess of eidiuary maiket quotations. The
exigencies of faun weik at this paiticular
timc of the year mcice-ed by the severity
of the weather have no doubt lessened the
supply of hoiiic-giewu w bcits, which,
during the week, have been 4,731 p.s.
The trade for English wheal since Monday
lias net been active, lull the features
which have hitheiie ch.iracteii.'j 1 it have
been intensified, geed simple being mere
readily salible, whilst anything slieit of
that sLtiKiaici has becemr a still heavier
drug upon the 111:11 ket. Iu the h-ading
provincial maikets thesame iiil will ap
ply, the demand for seed being active,
whilst luillcis' purehascs have been con
ducted with e.t 1 eim; caution. The best
'English Heur is scarce and romp natively
dear.
The foreign grain trade has shown
some weakness and still lu.-thcr uncertain
ty during the week. The wheat cargo
trade was duiUeu Tuesday 011 receipt of
cable advices from Ameriei of larger .ship
ments and lower quotations, and 011 Wed
nesday transactions were very limited. On
Thursday Ameiiein red winter wheat was
difficult te sell, and en Fiiday the tendency
of the eirge trade was still devvnwaid
and although bread-stuffs were fiiuily
held, the veiy limited transactions were
conducted en terms which favored buyers.
Saturday's telegrams f 1 0111 New Yerk ad.
vise a steady but quiet trade at i cent ad
vance en the previous day.
In Fianse the wheat 111 n ket has be-n
unsettled dm ing the week, and closed oil
Fiiday, atP.uis, with a downward tenden
cy. Nevertheless, wheat is relatively
dearer iu Paiis than in Londen.
In Germany the trade for wheat and
ether cereals has vaiied during the week.
At Stettin wheat and all cereals have been
dull of sale. At Ueilin millers have pur
chased freely and p.Ice- have been mis
taiued. At Danzig term wheals have im
pi eved in demand en account of the shetU
nessef supply en the spot. At Hamburg
lyehas considerably advanced iu prices
and mni.e was also dearer; wheat rum
with upper tendency.
" In iiclgium the vaiieus maikets showed
considerable fluctuation iu values ler
wheat, the tendency being generally dovvn devvn
waid. At ISiussels Ameiican 'wheats
were a very dull sale at pi ices much iu fa
vor of buyeis. At Antwei p trade has been
mere active, at a reduction in 'he rates of
last week. Uailey ami eats had improved
in demand at prices in favor of selleis.
'The Kusian journals estimate the year's
harvest of hrcadslulfs as being iusuflicient
te meet the demands iu 1101 thci 11 distiicfs
until the opening efiivcr navigation in
March."
Intllgcstien.
The main cause el licrveusnc-s la indiges
tion, ami that is caused by weakness et iln
-teinacli Ne one can have sound neivesaml
L'etd hiallll without usinj Hep Bitter- le
strengthen the stomach, pinify tiie bleed, and
keep the liver and kidneys active, fi carry ort
all the poisonous and w ate matter et tiie sys
tem. &lc ether column. nl3 2wil&w
lien- Happiness is Secured.
Happiness is the absence of pain or annoy
ance, and wherever there is pain there is d:s
ease. A pain in the lower portion et me body
ludicalcsadisorUeretsomekiiid. If there lany
odor or color or deposit in the mine it means
disease and requires attention at once We
have heard many et ourfricndsbptaket the re
markable power of Warner's Safe 1 Idncy ami
Liver Cure and are convinced there Is nothing
se certain and valuable ler all (IWiiiiti- et the
urinary system betli male and fcui-ilc . :
Kiitsr.Y axi iwj:u cent..
tar's Safe
Kidney s Liver
CURE.
$1.25 PER BOTTLE.
A Positive Remedy for ALL Kid
ney, Liver and Urinary Troubles of
both Male and Female.
READ THE RECORD:
"it sived inv tile." K. II. (. ;;, kvlma,
Altr
"11 is tiie mne.Iy that w ill cine the many
dlsea-cs peculiar te women." Mether' Miiiju-
ZtlW.
"it his p isscd "cvcic lcstsand v. en emloise emleise
nients tiem some et the highest mein-al talent
111 iheceiintiy." Xcw Yerk World.
"Ne letllidy helilofeie dlseevtieil can lie
held 101 oiie'memeiit in (emp-iiisini w 1 i It it.'"
V. A. Jlitrtc;;, I. 1., Witihiwjteu. .'. C.
This Wrr.ii .Natural Itciiuily is ler Sale
by IMnggisfs in all Paris el Ihc Merhl.
TRY IT AND TAKE XO 0T1IEH.
H. H. WARNER & CO.,
kechicstki:
au-.'JTu.'lli.Vil.x.i
N. V.
3Ii:mcai
HOSTBTTER'S
CELEBRATED
STOMACH
Mi is the ii'ii:ciiici.I-.el Hie I .tieiuil meill
e.t' . .loseiihy v. Inch at ineseiit jii.-vail-. It is
11 pi . 'eellv piile egelalile lean dv, euiltiai ing
t he till -t- iiiiiuiit 01 1 jieeitiesi a iicveiitie,
a tonic, and an ul!crativ. ft ti.itilics the
Iieilya 'aiiist di-e.Lse. inv ilte! rtt and levilal
ies'lhi: torpid stiiuuch and li r, ami eth etsa
mesl "ilutary change in the entne j:eiu,
t hen 111 a mdihid eiinditmii.
Kei-sale by all i'l iij'KisI- ainl !) ihisgeinr
ally. ' ill ! -dt ttd A I J u
Nki:vii;s i)i:i!!i.in,
Te Neiveils s.illei. is '1 lie 1..1.1' l.i.io l.i.ie
iiean Itunedv Hi. .1. II. nmii1ihii" iieilic
le,l!eine. it" t- 11 ie-ilive cure 101 Spei'iia Spei'iia
tetihea, emiii il Weakness, tin pett in j,aiitt all
disease- iv-ultiiig litini Selt-Aliu-e, as .Menial
.n't, l.ti-s til .Mcmeiy, i'.eiis 01 Kiel, or
siile. iiihI tli-e.:scs that It'.itl te t'ou-iiiiiptieii,
Insanity and an cailv giave. 'i he ptt.iie
Metiienie is being n-eil w ill: v tni.lei ltd -net -.
l'amphletssenl lieeleall. Xinteif.i liiemuml
get lull iiaiticiilai. I'll . pet iile. rl p'T
liiel.agc, tirsK picK.i'se- ter V. I. I'.. MM I'
M. .MI-i)tCIM: ( OMi' N, Ntts. till ami IK!
Main Mnet, Itull tl. N . .!.i:- ilitiidei-.
te
I!, i:. terilir.W. Irngrd-t, -ti. -;enl.
I.ITaml I i'l .Neil h ','iii'i n -i it t I. I. ei- isO 1
nilT-ljileetlA-u J
T r.KVINi:, OK ".MC M'l.CII U'..
i a noe 'i i:ern si,m.
A i:S.Mi:iV WlTllOl'T i:i Al, Mi :,it
itlsea-esaiising litnu Nciveiis !t li.!:(y,Scn il
lU-eideis, er lmliilgelit c til V i.'iues li.iii.l-,
e.s well as litun Die piesliatinn til n!i, age. It
ciini'.ni' iiiipci tie- in Muleiii anil eluenic
Uil Ills et the ttilltiuing dl-ea-e- hi. been at
Kstnl itibv the me-t Kfiincnl l'li sieriu-:
li.s)epsla, .sell Abuse, Headache. liine--,
eual l.haistien, .speimniei ilia 1, Cencial
Hebility, lnip'ilriirj , pit i.i.duie licet,-, .Ve.
It has been in 11-e Mr ever ltd tj je.u-, ami
is today Hie most pepulai le.iiecH'ler the ill
east s above mi nlicini d 111 the VV eUi.H. I! can
be iisetl without icgaid te tin I, 1- pl1.1-.111l in
taste, ami beltei lli.tn all, it i-.. sine, -ale .iml
teilain (inc. It is no i 11. tele imditinc, but
sl.niils 111 en Its evi u mi lit-, as anv til.il uil
iui!v demon-trait . '-intc 1-Jil'u- idiuilv
has aiw.u- bi t n -old lei .1 liiueli 1 u 1 pi ice
than that ti'i w inch it i- w: -eld: Mil v. mg
te the act th it !lie tnui- let tiie .imeni til
an emu moil- iej.il! v np.ni n- in 111 ! iciiiieh.ts
epiiei, 11 1-tiltef d te tin -iilb'iing 0! beiii
xt'M's at one detlai pei p it k.it;e, -e as le be
willdii the it .teh et all ; at. u cii-li pi 1 11 v. ill
be sent te any addles-tiee e lill'.h 1 eh live.
hn. WILLIAM YOUNG,
4', sinifi's!lH'!, I'lul.idi lplu.i.
Jl.ij be etiii-ilitt .1 nil all tli-ea-es bj til.
IV - -.IIUl.Vi'.
iievsi: n iisisitiMi mums.
vtetici:.
FLUYN &BKSMCMAN.
Would 1I1 l-c .ill U lit) I null liipl.l'.e plltli'lg ill
llKA'l'i:i:s 01 making any alleiaiien- 01 then
healing ai ramjcnicnls te tie -e .0 tunc beieie
the 1 11-I1 ei l'all Trsitle bt'iiii-.
Till: MOsT IthLI ISI.h
Mi, MM ami liaips,
Iu the Maiket at the
LOWEST PRICES.
n
GKKAT STOYK STOin:,
152 North Queeu Street,
!. m,am'm:. t'A.
:aupiTs.
Hii2ti:vr rAMi i'i:u:i: will
PAID FOR hM'RA NICE
i:i:
(1ARPBT ItAGK.
Carpets nude loonier at -heit netite ami
.sat i-it. ic! ion guaiaiitectl.
Rireeh nice- in Caij)-! t te I educe sleck el
610 Yarfls Brussels Carpets,
AT AND BELOW COsT.
C..II and satisfy jeuiself. Al-e, Ingiair, Rag
and Chain Cai petit in almost cmlli-s-, aiiil v .at
H. S. SHIRK'S
CARPET HALL,
203 WEST KING STBEET,
LANCASi ER I' .
MISS .11. i:. GILL, TRACIIKIt Ol DBAVV
ing Li the Gills' High Scheel, wishes te
ebt-iiu pupils in the various stvlcset diaw ing
antl piinting. Resilience Ne. .15 West Orange
stieet. Fiirsaltcii'd and rcpaiied at the same
place. f ectJiMlil
LADIKS IIAIBDICKSSKK
Maiiulacturcrand Dcalcrin Hair Win Ic. Laibet
ami Gents' igs Combings straightened ami
made tool dci. Hail .luweliv el'all Mads ui.iiie
up. Alse. Kid Glevesaild Feathei-t leaned and
ilye.l. atNes J..". and2i7 Neilh Q.nen stieet
1 iurdoeis above I". It. R. Depot. tdstmd'
BITTERS !
I
Fill
Breiieians
FOR SALE.
TTOK SALE.
. A two-sterr liRICK JIOU&E, with tv.o tv.e tv.o
sterv Ililck Hack Building attached, situate at
-Ne. S3i Kast Orange stieet, with tras in every
room, anil just new ly papered. Will be seltl at
private sale en cheap and easy terms.
Apply te iuh. nitiiictA
nevlJ-t
s-tm
Xe. 23 Xerth Queen stieet.
-rALUAKLE CIXV MtOPfcUTY FK
V SALE. On SATUUDA1, NOVEMBElt
2i), 15S). at the Leepard Hetel, the heirs of
Jehn fehertz, deceased, will sell the following :
A one-story feand fctene Heuse, Xe. -tOTbeuth
Queen street, with a contiguous let, together
lienting M feet 11 inches and In depth 215 feet
te an allev, with a pump in the yard, choice
tiult trees grape vines and ether improve
ments. Sale te commence at "y, e clock p. m.
nl3-7td HEXKV SHUIiKl
HEXKV SHUI1EKT, Auet.
(70JC SALK.
1 A beautilul reaidence at public sale. On
THlTKSlAY,XOVEMIIElIir, 1SS0, will be seltl
at public -ale at the Leepard hotel, Eat King
street, in tliecltyet Lancaster, the following
v aluablc pieperty. te wit :
A let tit gi 011m! situated en the north side
et Eat Orange street, in the city f I.anea-ler
I'll., containing in front en Miitl street 51 teet
meie or less, anil extending nerthwardly 241
leet 10 Marien street : bounded en the north
by Mai ion Htrcet. nMresaid. en the south by
-lid East Orange street.eii'tlie east liy a public
alley, ami en the west bv irieund of B. F. Cox,
en wliich a double tvvo-steiv BKICK DWELL
ING HOUSE (Uethic Style), Xe. 711, with Back
Building anil ether iuiprevcutciits,are erected.
Tliis ! really a dehiiuble pieperty. The house
is nearjj- new, well built, et geed mateiial, has
all the modern improvements, anil the loca
tion is one et the pleasuntcst in the subuibs of
the city.
Ceett title and possession en April 1, ls81.
Ten per cent, et purchase money 011 dayet
-ale. $l,w:e 011 April 1. 15si, balance can remain,
en the propel t yen tiist mortgage at six per
cent, inteiest.
Sale te coiiiineiieiiat'e'eltiek p. 111., et said
day. w hen attendant e u ill be given ami tc mis
made known bv.
KOUKUT I.. AUMsTUOXi;.
II. biiriaarr, Auct. lievlS-lWil
KXAI'f'S VILLA IMItM l"OK SALL'.
The subscriber titters at piivatc sale
until -November it. all that line sritl'UBAN
1:I.siiu:N(JK ami larm known as Knapies
Villi, -iluate within halt a mile el the city
limits, iu 1inca-ter lewnsbip, Ireiiting en the
I'hllatlelphia tiirnpil-e. containing about 2S
ACIfLS with line residence, never-failing
spiings 01 watera large vaiietyofcheiee truit
tieesaml gmpe vines, all in the highest state
et cultivation, making one et the most desir desir
ableteuntiy resiliences in the vicinity.
Al-ethe well knew 11 TEMS HAIN PICNIC
GKeUXD'satljtiiniiig above and fronting en
the Coni-stega. containing about '.,'., ACUES.
It net -old belere November 2.8 the same
will be elteietl at public sale tin the premises
at which time about U head et cattle, helleis
ami cow , vv HI also be seltl.
Alse the well known MECHANICS HOTEL
n:eri:i:TV, coiner el rium and Chestnut
streets, near the Lancaster Maiintaetiiiiiig
Cempinv's Works. Thispuipcitv, it net Miltl
ticteie November 21, will lie etlcicd at the
I eep.ud Hetel en the evening et said day,
tin tin Hum p iitlenlarseii(iiireel
LAWBKNCK KNAl'P,
II! Kit-d King stieet,
n; t-il Lancaster, I'n.
1)l'ltl.lC SAI.i: OF VALUAKLK CITY
l'WOSMIBTl. Will l.c-eldal the Kraiik
lin lleu-i. Neith ljueen si 1 eel, en WHOXE5
U.W, M IIM l.i:i:JI, lsn, the fallowing prep-
I ltv :
Ne. I. Tint 1 leg'int liicen Stene Kreni
IU ELLINC H01K, luo-teiy, with Man
siiil B110I, lieth back and tieut buildings, it-
II tti'd en Hie neithtast coiner et Duke ami
.1.11111 --Heels, Ne. sol. This piejieity has all
the modern niipievtMiients, both in stvle anil
titn-li, com. lining vestibule, hill and I." rooms
bith loom, water ele-et, wash stiml and
In net in the cell.n, range 111 the kite lieu, het
ami told water up ami down stair-. Let.:.'
tiel. mole 01 le-s, limiting 011 Duke stieet
and in depth along .lames stieet, 12M teel,meie
III less.
Ne. 2. A Twosteiv Buck DWELLING
HOl'M:, situ ted en lh" west side el Ninth
Queen stieet. between Walnut and Lemen
-tieet-, .Ne ,L"1, (eiltaining 22,. leet. llleie 01
less.eu North Queen stieet. anil "in depth west
wail2!.ri leet te Maiket -tieet, containing hall
ami li loom-, het and cold water, hit h 100111
and water closet, laugeaml heaters in parlor
ami (lining looms, bvdruut in the .nd and
kilehiMi, rtadi heu-e, "smokehouse ami blick
st.ibleeu icaret let, ci-leiu and a vanely e
Unit tiee .11 the aid. 'the liest et 1lr.1111.1ge
count cted with tin city sewer.
Ne. ::. A Twosteiv Brick DWELLING
HOlSi: witli a Two-steiy Brick Back Build
nig, situated tin the east side et Xeith Queen
sti. et. between Clavauil New streets. Ne. 711,
cenl. lining halt ami Tioeiih, hilraut iu Hie
.ii.l ami kitchen. I.et lieuts 17 leet en
Neitli Ijiieeu stltet, moieerle-s, e"tiMidilig
t-istwaitl 1 SI, llleie or less, leahl loot vvnle
alley, gmjie vines anil limt Hcc in the let,
anilliiic shade tiees iu I1011I.
-Ne. 1. Atlieiiiiiig Ne. .Ien the nerth: heu-e
Hie - line ileseupti. in as Ne. 2.
Ne..1. A tlueesteiy -BBK.K DWELLING
ilel'MI, w ilh Hiosteiy Buck Back Buibliiig
situ.iteil ou the nerili side et Kast .lames
tieet, between Duke anil Lime stieets. j,e.
1J1. i eiitaming hall ami eight looms, hvtliant
iu the vai-il ami kitchen, lients ea .lames
stieet 17,l leet,iiieie or less, ;un in depth CI
Ic ft, limit or less.
-Ne. t. A tMosteiy BKICK DWELLING
Hel'Si:, with -Man--.il. I Beet anil twosteiv
Buck Back Buihliiig, ami oucsleiy Biitk
liitcl.cn. c'.nl.iining hill and nine looms,
lange, with het and cold water up ami down
Mui-, with bath and witter ele-els; alsegai
ill Ihieugli the house, with portico in lient,
ba window in the 1 cur. This pieperty is lin
islie.l ei the late-t style. Let 10 teet lie'iit. anil
in depth i J) bvt, mete or 1e-s, te a 12 feet w itle
allev.
Ne. 7. The same as Ne. (', containing the
-a'lle.
The-e piepeities cm be sien by tailing en
the iiiiilci-igned or en the prr-mise.
de toteiiimenceat 7 o'clock j). m et said
Lit, when tomlitieus of sale will lie made
kuewuh.v .IOHN A. BOIHNG,
tll.M.V Mil 1.1 111, Vllfl.
ntivsM.W.Vs,nivvl2l.:id
mi:diai.,
Brandy as a Medicine.
The lollew lug article w.is veluntaiily sent te
Mr. II. E. bla maker. Agent jer IteigartV Did
Wine stoic, by a pieniinent piactising iihy-l-cian
e! this ceunlv, who lias extensively u-cti
I he Brandy lelcried te in hisiegular pntetue.
II is commended le the attention et ilie-e .it
ttitted with
Indigestion and Dyspepsia.
BRANDY AS A MEDICINE.
Mils new muctirubuscil Alcoholic Stiiiiulaul
i- never mtiMided as a beverage, but te be
n-i d as a uicdieiiieefgiea! ieteneviu the cure
of some el the dcsti active diseases which
sweep a ay their annual thousands of v Ictiui".
With u pin ely philanthropic motive we pie
Ki-iit tellie taviu-able notice et Invalids espe
cially tlitwe alllicled with that mi-crahlc di
t.'se D.sptp-:a, ,i speeitte icnie.lv, whiih it
uetliitig mine ei less than
Brandy.
Ihe.ieit, nitb tctble appetite ami meic ei
less tlebilitv. Will timl tins -impte iiicilicine,
wlieti u ed piepeilv,
A Sovereign Remedy
ei ail llieii ills and aches. Be it, he.vevei
stiKtlj iimterstoed thai we pi(-cribe and use
but one in licit:, and thr't is
RKHUKT'S OL!) UK ANDY,
Slid by inn ciitcipustng veung triend, 11 E
Sl.Al MAKER. This Biainly has steed the
as ou! epeiieiiet; extends, anil we theielnie
give it the pictcicncf evci all ethtM- Biiinlies,
lien: ittci v.ithheu Uiaiivjaw'-breakiiigFiiMK li
lilies they aie bramled. Oiio-!eiilth el the
money that is ycaiiy lliiewn away en vaiieus
impotent dyspepsia speeilies would suttlte le
hir. all the Braudv tt cine any .such ease i
.'a-'-. In ri (Hit el the dilutive new ei -t el
Reigart'a Old Brandy,
In cast set Dyspepsia, we can summon mini
bcis el witiiesM-s one ca.su In pai licular w e
cite:
A hard-weiking larmer iuul been aillictetl
with an exhaustive Dyspepsia ler a number of
ycais; liis stomach would reject almestcvciy
keul el loetl; he had sour eructatiens cou ceu
.stanllv no appetite rn tact, he was obliged te
.restrict li is diet te crackers and stale bread,
and a- a beverage lit: used McG rami's Reet
Beei. I!e is a Methodist, ami then, as new,
pleached at tunes, ami iu his discourses etlcn
d-'claiuieil earnestly against all kintlsn! sluing
'num. ti uuii uii iseti iu iry
Reigart's Old Brandy,
lu his cise, he looked up with asteiit-luncnt,
but alter healing et its wemlerliil etleets in
1 lie ca-es et sonic of his near acquaintances, be
at l.Lst cen-eiitcd te fellow ear advice. He
u-ed the Brandy laithtillly and steaililv; the
liistlMittle giving him an appetite, antl beteie
tlieseeenil was taken lie was a t-euml man, wilh
a stemaeli capable eldigestiiigaiivthingwliich
hejelie-c teeat. He still keeps it and usesalil
tic oec.i-ien.illy; and since he has this inetli
cine he h.ts beep et very little pecuniary beiit
lit te the doctor. A 1'RArribiNn Phvbiciam.
II. K. SLAYMAKER,
A1 KMT PUR
Reigart's Old Wine Stere,
Established In 1785,
lMrettTKK AMD DKALKR IN
FINE OLD BRANDIES, SHERRIES. -UI'E
RIOR OLD MADEIRA, (Imported iu His,
1&27 and 1&J8.) CHAMPAGNES O
E V ERY BRAND, SCOTCH A I.E
PORTER, BROWN STOUT.
Je. -' KAST KING ST.. 1A CASTER. I'A
JtttT GOODS, XOTIOA'S, JtC.
A
STK1CU I5KOS.' ADVERTISEMENT.
THE
LADIES'
VOTE
It it were cast ler the meicliants whelmvn
especially wen their favor and patronage,
would, judging by the dally overflow crowds
of customers, be given in overwhelming ma ma
jei ity te the popular house et
ASTRICH BRO.S'
11 EAST KING sTBEET.
1.1 KAST KING STBEET.
1 ! EAST KING STREET.
U EAST KING STREET.
I! EAST KING STREET.
We dcsiie te call particular attention te the
billow ing special bargains elTcied new :
HATS
AND
AND
MILLINEBY.
In the vaiieus divisions el our Hats and Mil
linery department we are displaying all the
novelties et i ne season, in ev erv pesaible vari
ation et style, el tiialities teMitisfv the most
last u liens, and at pi Ices vvliicli'iilisnliitclv
eeuipel pin chase.
.lust ep.Mied, Irtl deen ei"
FINE
FINE
I'INi:
TRIMMED
TKIMMEH
TRIMMED
DERBIES.
DERBIES,
DERBIE,
VIVT CENT.
FIETI CENTS,
FIFTY CENT.S,
sal In 'I'l iiiinicd Derby, lully tilmimd with
satin, $lea.
Sett Felt Dei hies at flee.
Ladles' Felt Shapes, 2Se.
Moscow Beaver Hats, :t'ie.
Clgaietle Hats, irc.
FINi: PLt'MI BEAVER HATS,
in blaclc, biewu, gaiuet. navy blue, uivrtle
gietMi and all shades et drab; allot tin-lines)
tiialilv, Mr
tiii:i:e hellar,
TIMMAfED HATs AND I5DN.NI: 1'.-,
ill incut vjiii'Ij at iea-enab!e piittn.
FEAT1IEUS.
FKATIIKK&.
rEATIIKIO.
OTKICII I'LUMEm,
in black white ami coleied,
OSTRICH TIl'.s,
in every pes-ible .sli.iee.
BIRDS' WINGb,
BREASTS,
FEATHER BANDS and FANCY FEATHEKis
in various styles.
TRIMMING SILKS and .sATIX.s.
A M'ECIAL BARGAIN
IN HEAVY ORE-.- BLACK MLk.
at fl.riOperMirtl.
c -ell eecllent BLACK TRIMMING SATIN
ter ii.Oii per aril.
GOOD itLACK ILlv VELVET.
itirl.eiipci yaul,
AN EXCEL
ENT
BLACK Ml.lv VEL ET
at f l.i tier vitnl.
GOOD ItLACK VELVETEEN
at Tiiie. per Mil il.
lmi:esm:d velveteens
l.la-l., luewn, navy, garnet, inv
:it (He liei vartl.
He,
I il.tii:i:D VELVE'l'EENS
I'LI'SIIE-.
in all the new -hades
at t'c.
DRESS TRIMMINGS,.
DRhS TRl-MMlXGx.
DRKbS TRIMMINGS.
ACK SILK FRINGES lieni2e. upward,
sell an elegant .let and Chenille Frin-'e
BL
We
ter 7"c. a yaul : sebl cl-ewheic ter $1.
Our Black Silk Fiiages, sold at lljcryurd,
aie thegieatcst bargains ever elleied.
We have en hand the most elegant line of
t Inc. let anil Chenille Fiinges limn $1 upwind
ami eiler a spec! il inducement in a I-lingo
which we sell at $1X1 per yaul ; weithf.! ').
Out lint: et
1'AsS.VMEXTERlEs
I'ASSAMENTERlEs
I'ASSAMENTERIES
ctiiuet lieeeiupeted with by any heu-e iu the
city, cither in varielyi I style nor in choice el
pal terns.
We exhibit Hie most elaborate tle-igns el
I'ASSAMENTERIES at our well known low
pi it es.
NOVELTIES IN
CHENILLE AND.IET TAsSi.Ls.
BEADED HUNGARIAN Sl'lKEs,
BEADED BALLS,
BEADED BEARS the latest novelty.
BEADED TRIMMING CORD,
COLORED SILK TASSELS AND GIRDLES,
in all the new shade-.
ORNAMENTS,
LOOPS.
JET DROPS
ami BON TONS, iu endless vailety.
Our asseitincnt in
DRESS AND CLOAK TRIMMINGS
is the most complete, anil we rue new able te
suit everv'single purchaser.
XV I'. CALL ATTENTION Te U'R
KID GLOVES.
A Thier Butten Geed Kid Gleve
ami white, all new tall shades, ami
want opera ami ev niiur -hades, ter
ill black
most ele-
NINETV-EIGIIT CENT.S.
The best Gleve ever etlcicd terlhi
price.
vve ener te take back cverv liair that
te.us or rips when put en, and lu niisli a new
pair instead.
M Butten, el thesame tiiality, lei'fl.m.
C3-GREAT BARGAINS THIS WEEK.-a
Kie tlez. siv-hutten Kid Gloves rerinic
Mi de, eight-baton Kid Gloves, line iiualily.
fl m a pair.
We w ill sell THIS WEEK i!00 ,.. LADI Es
FINE MERINO GLOVES, in all the new. tail
similes, with iibbe.1 tops, e.ti-.i long, at Hie
astonishing price et TWENTt-FlVE CENTS
a pair. This is the biggest haigain we ever
etlcicd.
READ 'tills!
fiOile.. Ladies' Fine All-Linen Hemsl itched
II ANDKERCHIEFS at liy.c. apiece.
ANOTHER GREAT BARGAIN!
10) de.. Ladies' Solid Coleied MERINO
HOSE, finished, line quality goods, ler LSc. a
pair. (These Stockings would Imj cheap at 30c.)
An extra geed, lull regular made. Fine Cot Cet Cot
eon Hese, ter Ladit s, iu caidinai. navv. brown.
gcndaime, gainct,at S2e. a pair. These arc
extra long Ficiu-h goods, and cost .Vie. a pair
any ether time.
Anether lotel lull regular made Balbiiggaus
at rOc. a pair.
i" tlez. Ladies' Heavy Fleece Lined Hese, full
regular made, double heels and tees, ler iV". a
pair.
Full legular made Ribbed Merine Hese, in
w hite ami colored, ler ic. a p rir.
A ical Knitted Stocking, all wool, ladies'
si.c, in dark caidinai, at fie. a pair. Child's
bl.c from 28c. up.
IN MERINO UXDEKWEAR.
we otter tills week 1 he following :
A heavy Ladies' .Merine Unlervest,:Cc.
An extra line Merine Undcrvest, silk stitch
ed, regular cuflV ami shoulders, 4Sc. apiece.
Child's Undervests antl Pants, iu all sles
ami qualiHes.
IIAIOX SUll'S,
UNION SUITS,
UNION SUITS,
GENTs' MERINO UNDERWEAR.
NOTE OUR PRICES:
An excellent 50c. Shirt tei 10c.
Drawers te match.
M'ViMity-livc cent Shirt and Diawcrs at
fiOc. each.
Fines! goods at 7."ic. each.
"cm let Medicated All Weel Shirt anil Drawers
at $L?." each.
S- Come ami leek at them. -a
THREE GREAT BARGAINS IN
GENTs' SOCKS.
Heavy Ribbed Leng vv oei socks 18c. a pair
Regular Made Fine Merine Socks 25c. a pair
Real I tritisli Socks l!c. apair
Just received, a let of fifty dozen
extia large size.
HEAVY GERMAN LINEN TOWELS,
line i.iality Damask, with knotted falnge. ter
ONLY'IWENTY-FIVE CENTS.
A mi e chance, which ought net te be missed.
THE PLACE KOJt BARGAINS
IS THE
,STER. PA.
VSTEK. PA.
NEW GOODS FOR THE FALL TRADE, AT
GUNDAKBR'S.
LADIES, for New, Desirable aud Cheap Embroideries, Ruffling., Cotten Trimmings, Kucbiugs, Black Silk Fringes. Satins,
Black and Colored, Silks, Buttens, ail Kinds, Corsets, Kid aud Ltsle Thread Gloves, Hosier-, &c, call at QUNDAKER'S.
Fer a Geed and.Cheap Crape Beunct or Hat, Crape by the yai.l, Crape Veils, Liuen Cellars aud Cuff, call at GUN
DAKER'S. Ladies, we will open te-d-ry all the Latest Novelties iu Millinery, &e.. call and examine our stock, at
GrTJlSrDAKER',
142 & 144 North Queen Street, Lancaster, Pa.
LADIES!
WE ARE NOW OFFERING MANY CHOICE THINGS IN
NEW STYLES OF DRESS GOODS.
Dress Plaids iii all the New Colorings, Black Silks antl Velvets, Colored Silks and Velvets, Black
Cashmeres, Meimc Cleths, Henrietta Cleths, all in Fnll Assortment.
LADIES' COATS AND DOLMANS
in Supciier Styles and Qualities. Shawls, Skirts, Ceiset.-,, Kid Cleven, Merine Undenvear in Scailet aud White, for Ladies ami
Lbildien, A Inte Blankets, Gray Blankets, Comfeits, Quilts We invite examination of our immense i stock in every denartment
25 East King Street,
TltAVJELEKS' OUlli.
LANCASTKK AMU IMII.LEKSV1IXK K.K
Cars run iw fellows :
Leave Ijiucuucr P."U. Dciet), sit 7, '., an.t
ll:0a. in., iuul 2, 4, ti unit h:Wp. in., uxccjit en
Saturtlay, w lien the lust c.ir Icuvt-s at . p. in.
Leave Mlllcrsvillu (lewt'i- i-m!) .it .1 , im!
u. M., anil 1, 3, 5 mnl 7 p. in.
Caw run ilaily en above time except tin miii
tUy.
CIOLUMIHA AM) I'OKT UEIMKS:'!' I. It
j Trains nowriiiiicKUluityeii UmC'tilniii'i'ii
anil l'ert Deposit Itullrtvi.l en tin- telliiAiu,.
time: "
Statie9 NeiiTH-'Kxpu-.s(
Kxpicss,
1'. M.
An.
I' AI.
VAB'i.
A.M.
PortDepertit....
l'qachbotteui....
Safe Harber.....
Columbia
C. 3Ti
7:li
7:5.-.
s:2T.
3:S5
4:'iS
5:11
5:10
Jill'
3.18
5 21
C:20
STATI0N8 feOUTII-IKxpiCS-. Expil'-s". ACCOtll
WAIlb. A.M. 1'. M. A.M.
Columbia 11:15 CrJtt 7:41
r. m. r.u't Arti.u:
Safellaiber. 12:14 v. v. Lt;!l-40
feaclibotteiii 12:57 7:!2 ll.n;
1 M
Pert Deposit 1:30 Sifi lii".'
w
XMSO COLUM1UA
AltUAMJKMKXTUF PASSKXUKU TILIN.
OCTOISEK 2T.ni, lSSl".
NOUTlMVAUll.
mix
Quaiiyville
Lancailcr, KlnM..
Lancaster
Columbia
AlilUVE.
Uemlin"'
A. SI. i
?:'
'.!.. I
'.fill
SOI'TllWAItl).
LKVX'E. A.M. A.M. l'.M. I'.JI.
Ueatlilig SlOil-'IH i;i(l...
ARIUVK. I l'.M.' '
Columbia 10 ill 2-lit S-2e' ...
Lancaster. ir07' 2 10 ?:10 fl ii '
Lancaster. King at 10 lSi s20 .1 lu
IJuarryville 11:20 ' -.i.25 i; in
Trains connect at Heading with tiftins te aud
trem l'lilladelphia. l'ett-.illc, llaiiisbing. Al-
lentnwn and Xew 'Voik, via lieiunl Lioek
Keute.
At Columbia with trains te and limn 'ieik. I
Hanover, i;etl-biirg, Fietlerick and Haiti- '
nieie. A. M. WILSON, bupt. I
1)ENNSYI.VAMA KA11.KAU NKXt !
SCHKDULE On and after bl'XD.M ,
NOVKM ItKIt Sth. L!sj, trains en the lenn i- I
aiii:i Ikiilread will ui live mnl !eie the I an- '
e.titei ami Pliihiilelphia ttepets us lolleu-: ;
Eastward.
Leae
l.ane'tei
Arne
IMiilatl'ii
4:1.X .M
7:10 '
10-iii""
l-'iil V.m.
3:4.i""
5SW
5.30 "
C 15 "
)M "
Aunt-I.:int-'li-i
Vi I) .M
I:20 "
10 2 1
ll.li.-. "
iX. CM !
riiilnilelphia Kxpre-s
vast 1.111c... .... . ... .
Yerk Aecum. Arm es;
Iliirrisbiirg Kxpies-
PillcrvilleAccem. An i vest,
Columbia Accommodation,
Frederick Aeeein. Anives,
I'acillc Expicia,
Sunday Mail,
Jolmstew n lix piv
liny Exprc.-s,
Harrlsbnrg Aceommetlat'n,
2:10 a.m.
5:20 "
810 "
.SIO "
S:I5
9:lii "
i .n
1-40 CM.
2:00 "
:ie5
4-31 "
B.25 "
Wkstwaiw.
A.M.'l". i. v. M.
i.r. 2:w
7.55 .... :;-ie
m 05 i.i a :;.5ii
7:." l:in :ti
lii.re :: 2(i r. in
I.c.u e
I'lll! i'.l
12..!tl . M.
7. hi "
'Mm '
mi
12 21 "
2..aie.ji.
4:00 "
5:30 "
6ri1 "
9:1(1 "
155 "
Way l'lissengcr.
Mail Train Ne. l.via Mt..)ey,
Mail Train Xe.2, ia Cel'bm,
Niagara A Chicago Lxpress
aumiay .uau,
Fast Line.
Frederick Accommodation,
24) '
i50 "
5:15 "
7.X "
7::a) "
(S.-50 "
1 1 :c "
--.40 ..M
uiiiur vine i.ecai. via .111..10J
liarrisbiirg Accouiuiethit'ii,
Columbia Accommodation,
llarrisburg Express,
Pittsburg Expicss,
CiiicinniitiExpic-i.s,
fucitic Express,
i'MClfle Express, east, en Siimtav, x. lien llag
fed, will step at Mitlilletewn, Elf, .belhtenn
IL Jey, Lundlsvillc, ltiid-in-lli.nl, Lem.in
I'lacc, Uap, Christiana, laike-:.iu-g, Centt.s
villc, Oakland anil (ilea Lech.
East Line, west, en Sunday, when Hugged,
will step atllowiiingtewii.Coatisvillf, 1'aiKes
lmrg, ait..ioy,Elizalethtevn anil Miildlctewii.
llanovcracceinmodution west, connecting at
Lancaster with Niagara ami Chicago Expiess
at ll:0Ja. in., will run thieugh te Hanover.
Fretleiick Accommodation, west.cenin-fHat
Lancaster, with Fast Line, ue-i, at 2.'K r. m.,
unit will run through te Frcdeiielc.
HOOKS AXlt STATIOXEKY.
k N ELEGANT LINK OF
NEW STYLE FRAMES,
NEW STYLE EASELS,
-AX
NEW PANEL PICTURES,
AT
L M. FLYHN'S
BOOK AM .STATION' EUY .sTOUE,
Se. 4 WEST KINO STICEET.
SCHOOL BOOKS
ren TUB
Schools of liiiieiLster City,
NEW AND SECOND-HAND.
At the LOWEST PKICES, at llm Heek Stere or
JOM BAER'S SONS,
I5 and 17 NORTH (JOEEN STREET,'
LANCASTER. I'A.
T1XWAUK, S.C-
OTOVES. STOVES.
llrick'Set ami Portable
HEATERS and RANGES
Shertzer, Hninphi'evillc & KieJFer's
10 EAST KING sTREKT.
2LBKOID:itl$, SC.
VllY UOOVS.
GIVLEE, BOWEBS &
GA.EFIELD T8. HAJSTCOCK.
PALL CAMPAIGN OF 1880
Nev ejicnetl aiul tliu battle lias cemiiiciiicil ami r.iSeS llcrccly. antl while tlwieinav be
eileubt in Ilie uiiiiilset many iiciNeiw us te wlie will lie thu next I'resiilent t the Unllc.t
es, there can e no tlenbt in tliuuumlet aiivperstm in want et C'LOXUINU an te uheie
sein
tat
ciiii lu biii.
lit tile cheapest ami the bt st. either in Keailv-maili- or M.nle te llr.h.i-
MYERS & IIATHFON,
Centre Hall, Xe. 12 East Kin? Street, the Great (let hi tip Emporium.
i nc .ecenu merv room is p u-Ueil lirim lull u ilh the crcate
etiiim; Feit.Mi!.v, Yeit'iu-s, i:ex.sAXiriin.iM:Kr,aii c
CI.
an: wi'll in.iili
well tiimi.ieil, miii the j;t.tnl-.
iiienti.
MEN'S ALL WOOL SUITS AS LOW AS $12.00.
Our 1'iecp Coeils till the llr,t iloer te lis utmost c.ip.icitv, ami is nicely arrmi"fil. te as te
;;ive the puicliiiner the atlvantue et seelin; the w lu.l.- un-k in a very sheit space e? time e
are prepaietl te uiaUe no te eitler at the -heitest iiiwsil.1,. neiii... ,...,1 .,, tin. mn-t r....-r.,.,.i.i..
price. Uiirateck has been bought ler easli anil nil! be seltl at a very small utlvanee liny
Clothing at Centie Hall anil ba cone profit. Call ami examine our giant stock anil save in
MYERS &
.. 12 HAST KING STKKhT,
!
,
!
31IJ.I.IXEKY
FINEST ASSORTMENT!
BEST DISPLAY OF
J
MILLIXEET C100D8
V-t.ii:
M. A. HOUGHTON'S
CHEAP STOKE,
Ne. 25 NORTH QUEEN STREET.
BR0nM'S C. ft C. CORDIAL,
Fer COUGHS. COLDS. l'.KOXCHI I'JS, HtAlISENKSS, TICKLING ur DRYNESS
iirthuTIMtOAT, SOUKTIIHOAT. COLD in th HEAD, CKOUP, INFLU-
r.XZA, WIIOOriNt COUGH, COLD iu the KOWELS, ASTHMATIC
COUGHS, ami KKLIEF OF CONSUMPTIVES.
in.
,JiIi:iOW.I.N.,.:.!"' :l.,-'"!.iriadn.ite
i liemiHt.
.... : -. --w-p. ..... , x.... .... .r. uwi, .,,1 il,iiiiii iiirii; lll'JlieC 1111 L OI loll-
seietitilieiesearchiiielieiiiis,,viin.tiiietlieitie,asis,,laiiilysceiiby the nipltlity at IU UPtien
ami its unparalleled uffleaey. The expense in it inaiiiifat-tnre is at least live times i "great a"
that et anv ether ined cine upon the market, ami et it i- -old at Hie uxeiedlnglv low price et
r.Oe. d-Mimple bottles (lera short liiue only) !iflc. '" '
W. CHAMPION BROWNING, M. D., Proprietor,
117 ARCH STREET, PHILADELPHIA, PA.
dl ImIcewXw
j-FOIC SALE ISV
J'AI'JU: llAMilXtlS, Xr.
w
iiavi: a i.)T or-
i.u.'HT i ot.ei:
WINDOW 8HADJX
tJoed l'attci iih. tint will bcclesfil out al the
low pi ice et lllly tent-. Tlirse nic a tleciiled
bargain, as some have been ledm-t-il liein one
dollar te lirty eentt apiece.
PLAIN WINDOW hllAlU.VC bv the artl,
llliie, (Jaunt, llienii, Oltl Ueltl," l.-tvehiler.
.Stene, e.
C tiilinal, lliew ii. Ecru, (Jrci-n and White
SCOTCH HOLLANDS.
PAPER CURTAINS.
spring Fixliiies, Fiinges, Leeps,
i ipeiiiug almost daily New lies
Ta-sels, Ac.
glls el
WALL PAPER.
Our stock Is Laige
N'ewest Fashions.
and Attiatthe, el the
imice,
TJic JU'st, simplest uml Cheapct iiuuk.
PHARES W. FRY,
Ne. 57 NORTH QUEEN ST.
VII IX A AXIt 1II.JJtsnUt.
ijr '"""
A .V
y 4 W . Uaaa ..
tJLASSWAKEt!
A N'cw Pattein et
GLASSWARE,
AT
CHINA HALL.
EUUIT HOWL'S, SALVERS, CKLEKY
;LAhSES. PITCUER.S. WATER SLT.s,
CHEESE DIHIIES, TOY SETS, 1SREAD
PLATES, Ac.
Call and examine and learn pil.ea belere
piin.-lia.sing.
HIGH & MARTIN,
Ne. 15 KAST KINO STREET.
'I
1? A QIV KOOTS. SHOES AND LASTS
-ilOl maile en a new principle, insur-
. ing comfort for the feet. ,
BOOTS
lists maile tn fTrder.
HUEST,
Lancaster, Pa.
VJAJTllIAti.
t x-ariety of KEAPV .MA 1)1.
our own maiiiifaetiire. TIipv
ire a'l spnn;eil bclerc I hey aie m.nle up In jnr-
your
money.
RATHFON,
LANCASTER, lES.VA.
till Xii A r.I U Af
JIEJilVAL.
el metlit Inc. a fMllful pliarmaei-t, mnl a llioreuli
TIIE I'KOIMMETOU ANI ALL DUUtlUIsTft.
uirv mi a wixus.
26th Popular Monthly Drawing
or tiik
COMMONWEALTH DISTRIBUTION CO.
At Macaulej 's Thtiitre, In the City of I.eui--
ville. en
TUESDAY. NOV. SOth, 1880.
'I In se drawings occur monthly under pre-
vUiens elaii Act fit tlm lieneial Assembly el
Kentucky. Incorporating the Newport l'rinl-
V'fs"" N,",'l,,,M,r Company, appreveil April
.fttf-Tliix u u Kpcriul act, antl liusuever been
repealetl.
The Unitctl .States Circuit Court en March 31
remleieil the fellow ing djelsiens: '
1st Tlwt tlia C'fiiiiiuanwcalth Dlntrlbutleu
Company Im legal.
Su Ittdrauliigare tn.tr..
X. l. 1'llC COIIIIU1ll-- ll'IU ,l.v ..n I I ..
larsfc it-serve fiinil. Iceatl tli list el nriA-i ler
the
NOVEMISEK DKAW1JIU.
Pne ....
i prize. . .................. ..............
. l,rJ'-"
le prices $1.0110 each
a przeMWcacli..:
I'M) pri3!is,.eu each
200 prizes SUi-ecli
i00 prizes 20cacb
. $ 30,rMi
.. 10,li0
.. 5.II0II
.. 10,0011
.. io.eoo
M'sA
- .tl,IW
l.',MO
1000 prizes lOcach....
--.- iuuM.ll.im lit (Jd)
'J prizes a each, approximation nrle '70rt
'Inrizeu-Jlllie'l, . prizes w
9 prizes 100 each,' 'JJ
Jtuu) prizes. . .. ii I
TEUEii ljriTTKt OK POSTOKFICE OUDKK
Ortlerefunilnpwar.l. by Expiejw, win "
went at our expense. K. M. BOAKDMAN
Cniirier-leiinial Kuiltling, l.eulaville KT '
a7 ami Vtti Ilreatluav. Kw Yerk. y"4
m-llTiiThASAw
HOBUS, BLAXKHTS, C.
QltiK OK THE UUrEALOHKAI.
ROBES! ROBES!!
BLANKETS! BLANKETS
1 have new en hand the Larekst, Eestane
mfvvxin 85?i1T?5,T0MLln1,.l an,i """"'
"y.Ak0..?01l!.Sln the city. Alse Lai
as,? rf:,?,,,,,;e,efKKTS of -
Trunks and Satchels,
HarnesB, Whips, Cellars, &c.
arltepalrlnir neaUy anil promptly rtone.f
A. MILEY,
--. J,w 1W e
,
I- . ?t! ' '
-- Al1 JUloHlease PiUntinw and limim-
rwvjp&vs.
CASTER, PA.
MILLER,
I33,Eaat King street
tebH-tfd
41.75 per day.
hhen en i -he-ir.: """ l"cls
te
ucircsiinu.
ALLKN GUTIIKIE 4 SOSk

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