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jHE liANCASTER DAILY INTErjJGEKOER WEDNESDAY. JUNE 27. 1888.
HAND TO HAND;
By EEBEOOA HARDISQ DAVIS.
" " PART 1.
The managing editor' patlenca was al
most exhausted. "Positively, MaJ. Btaml.
isb, I don't see that wa can And any room
for anything- of yours in The Camera thla
eek. Or any week," he added with an In
ward oath te himself, glancing impatiently
at the heap of "revises" waiting upon his
desk. He did net take them up, heweTer,
but steed eutwardlj respectful, for he wu
young fellow, and Standlsli, though a notori
ous bore, was old and white beaded.
The major patted him patronizingly en
the shoulder. "My dear fellow," Ja his most
luscious, grandiloquent tone, "let me give
you a bint I've been twenty years In the
very thick and beat of American Journalism,
and you are" but" a neophyte. Yeu want te
make The Camera weighty? I call It dull,
sir, dull Toe much respectability kills a
paper. It needs a different class of articles
something at ence forcible and light.
Philosophic and vif, sparkling and well, de
you take my meaning f
"Something like that iu your hand, chP
"Precisely. You've hit It," complacently
twitching his white whiskers.
"Ne. Net today, major. "
"Suppose we try a short thing en Ihh
culture? I've get nijself up en fishes
"The Times did that en Friday."
The major steed a moment anxious and
silent "TbU new asteroid, new! When I
was en The Londen News, Griffin used al
ways te say: 'Fer anything taking iu the
scientific line, Dan Standish is our man.
Don't want it, chl Who's doing that hong heng hong
ingdewn in Delaware for you? I'll make
you a two column job of it for (5, and pay
tny own expenses. That read always dead
Stinger toot up his proof "We sent a
stenographer reporter this morning. We
really have no use for you, MaJ. Standish,"
"Yeu never were mere mistaken In your
llfe. Where j ou need me, my dear boy, Is te
take charge of your reporleriol cerja. I'd
make these lazy fellows tee the mark."
"Mr. Stingcrl" It was the proprietor Mc
Murray'a voice, which rasped through the
room like the filing of a saw. He came te
the deer of his olllce. A sandy, flat built
Scotchman, te uhose making up nature bad
grudged every atom of flush save in the one
matter of a keen, red, tomahawk shaped
nose. "Have net these proofs gene up yet?
Yeu encournge tee many idlers in the olllce.
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u. ivu uciu uguni, aiauuisiif '
'Teil litre again, Stantllshf '
"Ah, Mr. McMurrayl A delightful
morning, sirl" Tlie major beamed en him
effulgent. Stinger and Withrow, the news
editor, both drhing their pens furiously at
McMurra's appearance, winked at each
ether. The seedy major, with bis grand
brawny build, his imperturbable suavity and
bis dauntless lying, al a) s came off first best
in tbese encounters. McMurray, in bis fault
less black clothes, with all his backing of
wealth and conscientious religion, seemed te
feel himself thin and sour, and cowed before
"I wonder," he said, with a sneer, "that
with jour higher literary occupations, you
can spare timu te besiege this olllce as
'"Pen my soul, I wonder, tee. New
that is precisely nltut my publishers
say te me. 'Wiite n book, Standish,1 they
say. 'Take the public between the eyes with
a knock down blew.' Then theso mogaztne
fellow sin New Yeik and Bosten nre crying
out every month for me te ceme te their
help. But I like te see, the old Camera suc
ceed, that's the truth."
"The Camera Is under obligation te you."
"Net at all. I'm glad te help build it up.
I've a pride Philadelphia enterprise, sir a
pride in it," lacking te the deer. "What I
nave here, sir," touching his forehead, "was
meant for mankind, net te barter for fame
or money. By the way, have you seen that
last little thing of miue iu the Westmin
ster i" I
"Ne, nor nobody else," savagely. " '
"Ah," j ou don't take the quarterlies? I'll
send it te jeu. I'll send it te you. Geed
morning, Mr McMurray, geed morning,"
"Keep that liar and braggart out of the
efllce, Mr. Stinger," said McMurray In his
coldest, clvllest tones; for when ether men
would hae raged, bis sense of duty kept
him quietest. He smoothed his face before
geiqg back into olllce. Yeung Jehn Proc Proc
eor was there, the clergjmau te whom Mc
Murray's church, through his influence, bad
just given a call. He had just ceme from
the depot after two j ears' absence in the
west, and McMurray was striving te de him
honor iu his hard, ungeulal way. Procter
bad been asoitef ward of his, and it was
whispered about iu the etllce that McMurray
would be glad te ba e him new for a seu in
law. This church was his idol, and te bee
his only child the wlfe of ene of its ministers
was, In bis opinion, te inclese her in the
pearly gates of salvation while jet alive.
"The enice" felt n if the delicate, bright
haired little heiress would be thrown away
en Procter. "These ytnniless preachers
knew hew te feather their nests," Stiuger
bad said but a few minutes before.
Mr, McMurray could net forget Standish
when he went back te bis olllce. "Lazy old
llehemlatil" he growled. "If you want the
most disreputable ices, Mr Procter, alwajs
leek for them iu en old man w he lives by bis
wits " ,
"Who was itl" I
"Standish the major. Yeu knew him."
"What! Therer1 Procter dashed out into
the olllce without his bat, and down the
stairs, shouting, "Hille, major!" leaving
McMurray astonished behind him. He took
up his jen and began te write severely. Tlw
carnal flesh was stronger iu theyeuugman
than he had thought. Withrow, out of ca ca
reosity, lounged down the stairs and found
Jehn at the deer looking anxiously up and
down the street.
"Ah, Mr Withrow! de jeu remember me!
Jehn Procter," wringing his hand in a hearty
fashion which he used te hae when u boy.
"I'm looking for a friend of mine, MaJ.
"Yes? Maj Munchausen, we call him In
"He is a friend of mine," coolly. "The
offlre does net knew him us well us I de,
Withrow felt himself rebuffed, but only
for a minute. "Theeld fellow has a cockloft
et er a w are house semew here, w here be cooks
for himself. Hew he lives, Oed knows. He
has nothing new but the odd jobs we give
him here lit the etllce. He's had nothing from
us for two w eeks."
"Is be alone! There was a little girl, or
woman, ratherl" lVocter hesitated The
story of the old major and Madellne was
something w hlch be could net drag out be bo be
fere this fellow.
"Niece or something! She lltes Insome
country town new, I bellete, and colors phe
tegraphs. A. great artist, the major says,
fcbe's a dull girl, I fancy. Women w itheut
brains ha e te scratch bard for a H lug new
Mr. Procter did net care te enter into the
woman question. He steed whistling under
bis breath, with some queer ideas iu bis cler
ical bead, which Mr. Withrow would have
hardly thought befitted it They grew out
of tbrfimembcance of theso Saturday after
noons when, for year after year, housed te
escape from bearding school and repair te
that same cockloft evtr the wariheuse, there
te feel himself a Ujpsy or a Cruee for a few
delicious hours. What a vagabond, uncer
tain life it was) the poverty, the shifts, the
fun. tbe inextinguishable Jollity and tender
lore Mdw it alll Whet a prtace the major
and Madeline made of him saving all week
te compass the Saturday's roast chicken and
cranberry tart! Procter had never known
father or mother; his ideas of love or a home
were all drawn from peer Standish and bis
craiy menage. Se strong was this boyish In
stinct in him just new that be actually steed
breathless when anybody resembling the
major came In sight If the old man should
net recognize him, or should meet him with
the formal deference of ether respectable
people, why, then, geed-by te that old boy
hood, se horribly dear and disreputable!
New the major was In a restaurant a few
doers down the street "Try an advertise
ment In The Camera, Sam," he said te the
bookkeeper. I swear It will pay you like
llke" His talk baited; the ideas seemed
te stagger through his brain.
"I bellete you've bad a drop tee much.
Btandisb," said Sam.
"Ne; I've had te step drinking." Yeu
can t get n glass of champagne fit for a gen
tleman in this accursed town. But about
the advertisement r (The Camera paid him
a small percentage en this sort of business,
and a few cents new would buy him bis din
Tee major leaned en the glass counter for
a moment It was two days since be had
tasted feed. The steam of savory dishes be
low was tee much for him. A collapsed
stomach in a powerful frame like his is a
deadly drag upon a man's pluck. He looked
at Bam. The fellow would cive him bis din
ner if he asked it, he knew, j
..,58.ga,th.wed,hlmMlf "P th'an effort.
"I'd steal, but I can't beg," he said, silently.
He nodded affably te Sam, and filliped te the
Parrot as he went enf Tf u i.iu t.....t
usually florid face, bad turned cold and blue
under the mustache and whiskers, but he
carried himself jaunt it v
(Te be Continued)
At His Peet Say and Night.
The vigilant Imp, indigestion, goads us with
his reany-lashed scourge. Kach lath Is a
diabolic symptom. Ne comfort In eating,
mii-ery afterwards, little or broken rest at
night, visitations of the nightmare during fitful
Intenals of sleep, an uprising unrefrcshed
and without appetite, sleepiness and yawning
during the day, ucrveusnecs and irritability of
temper, even monomania In extreme rases,
Hard te bear, all this. Necessary? Net a
thousand times no, se long as llestcttei's
Stomach Hitters, the nation's specllle for Indi
gestion, acute or chronic. Is procurable. The
commencement of a ceurse of this medicine Is
the commencement of a cure, l'reuipt relief
first, abselute eradication subsequently, a he
truth of this statement, backed up by
Irrefragable testimony, Is well known te the
American people, fee are ethers, vis: that
the Hitters averts and cures fever and tgue'
and billens remittent, and removes ncnous ncneus
ness, biliousness constipation, and kidney and
The Handsomest Lady In Lancaster
Urmarked te a friend the ether day that she
knew Kemp's lialsam for the Threat ana
Lungs was a suporler remedy, aa it stepped
her cough Instantly when ethers bad no effect
whataver. Be te prove this and convince you
of iu merit, any druggist win give you a Sam
ple Uettle free. Large size Me and tl.eu.
Itaptare care guaranteed Tey Dr. J. B. Mayer
831 Arch street, Philadelphia. Kase at once,
no operation or delay from business, attested
by thousands of cures after ethors fall, advlee
free, send for circular, marlO-ly d w
Buckien's Arnica Salve.
Trb But Salvs In the world for Cuts.Brulses
Seros, Ulcers, Bait Khenm, Fever 8eres,Tetter,
Chapped Hands, Chilblains. Cerns, and all
IS cents per box. rer tale by IL B. Cochran.
Druggist, Nee. Wand IS) North Queen street.
Lancaster. Fa. June27-lyd
Mether Mothers 1 1 Mothers I It
Are yen disturbed at night and broken of
your rest by a sick child suffering and crying
with the excruciating pain of cutting teeth T
If se. go at once and get a bottle of MBS.
WINBLOW'B SOOTHING 8 Y11U1 It Will re
lieve the peer little sufferer Immediately de
pend upon It; there la no mistake about It
There li net a mother en earth who haa eve
used it who will net tell you at once that It
will regulate the bowels, and give rest te the
niother, and relief and health te the child,
operating like magic. It U perfectly safe te
use In all cases and pleasant te the tase, and Is
the prescription of one of the eldest and best
female physicians and nurses In the United
States. Beld everywhere, as cents a bottle.
may 19 lyd w
H. B. Cochran, Nes. 137 and 139 North Queen
r.!S&nL?SfS,i'Br' rtt-' ,s ""'UK BHILOH'B
COUGH CUUI as a guarantee te cure all
hreat and lung troubles. ;g)
BHILOH'B CUKK win Immediately relieve
Croup, Whooping Cough aud uronebltts. Jfer
sale by II. U. Cochran, Druggist. Ne. W North
Queen street (7)
The latest and best form of rapid transit Is
for a person troubled with a sick headache te
take a dose of lir. Leslle'a Special l'ruserln.
tlenandwhata rapid transit train the atllic atllic
tteu takes for lta departure. Boe advertise
WHY WILL YOU UuUUU when Bhlleh's
Cure will give Immediate relief. I rice loots.,
W els .and 11. Fer sale by U. 11. Cochran.Drug Cechran.Drug
gist Ne. 1S7 North Queen street v (8)
Is Consumption Incurable.
Bead the follewing: Mr. C. II. Merris, Newark,
Ark. says: "Was down with Abscess et Lung",
and irlends and physicians pronounced me an
Incurable Consumptive. Began taking Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consumption, am
new en my third bottle, and able toevorsee the
work en my farm. It Is the finest medicine
Jesse Mlddlewatt, Decatnr,Ohle, says: "Had
It net been for Dr. King's New Discovery ter
Consumption,! would have died of Lung Trou
bles. Was given up by doctors. Am new In
best of health " Try It Sample bottles free at
11. It. Cochran's Drug Stere, Nes. 137 and 139
North Queen street Lancaster, l'a; (5)
THK KKV. aKO.H. Tit A.YKB, of Bourbon
Ind.,says: "Beth myself and wire ewe our
lives te BUlLUU'd CONSUMPTION CUKK8.
Ter sale by H. B. Cochran, Druggist Ne 137
North Qtiben street (5)
This remedy Is becoming se well known
and se popular as te need no tpecll mention.
All who have U9Cd KloclHe Hitter sing the
same song et pralse A purer mrdlclne does
net exist, and li is guaranteed te de all that Is
claimed. Kloctrle 111 tiers will core all dlieauui
of the Liver and Kidneys, will remove Mm
pies. Bells, Halt Itheiun and ether affections
caused by Impuru bleed. will dtlve Malaria
from the systum and prevent as well as cure
all Malarial rovers. JTer cure or Headache,
Constipation and Indigestion try Kleeule
Bitters -Knllre satisfaction guaranteed or
money ret auded. l'rlce 60c and II uu per bot
tle at II. B. Cochran's Drug Btore. idj
A Yelling Ilabr
Is something te tw avoided. Babies with cold,
babies with croup, bablrs with scalds, burns,
bites, aches, sprains, or pains are hound te be
come noisy tenants of the houieheld. lir.
Thomai' Xeleclrie Oil will cure all these com-
Tilatnu. for sale by 11. B.Cechran, druggist
17 and 159 Netth Queen street, Lancaster.
llm Resurrection et Lazarus
Was a miraculous operation. Ne one thinks
of raising the dead these times, though some
desperately close te death's deer have been
cemp'etely restored by Burdock Bleed BlUert
te genuine and lasting health, for sue by
It. B. Cochran, druggist, 13 and 139 North
Queen street. Lancaster.
A fleasant Acknowledgment.
" Had sour stomach and mlserable appetite
for month", and grew thin ovary day. I used
Burdock BI001X Bitters wltbthe most marvel
ous tesulta; feel splendid." Mrs. Jojeph
JobnteD, I'lltsburg, Ha. ler sale by It. 11.
Cochran, druggist, j37 and 139 North Qaeen
Hambugtl Importers I Tnleveal
The above are terms apnlled te the unrelia
ble and dishonest Dr. Themas' Keltctric Oil
terdlphlheru, catarrh, asthma, rhuumat'sin,
and all ache , sprains, and pains Is net a thing
of deception but a pit asint ana honest remedy
It is honestly put up, honestly sold, and does
what Is claimed rer it- 1 or sale b v II. B. Coch
ran, druggist, 147 and 1J3 North Qaeen street
Tbe New Tiirycie.
Th'a rnachlue Is propelled by steam, and wll 1
csvry two people twenty miles In an hour. It ts
ssld. It U qulte an Invention bat does net
compare with Burdeek Bleed BlUert which
will carry tbn Invalid a'eng the read te health
te beat all 1 or sale by u. 11. Cochran, drug
irlst, 137 and VH North Queen street Lancas
ter. Hslped Uer Out.
Fer years hve been a severe sufferer from
pains Iu the baek. Tried various applications.
One bottle et Tnemat' JCcleetrie Oil en 11 ml y
cured me. Cured ethers equally quick " Mrs
Uennlng of Hth Bt., Buffalo, wrote this, rer
sale by it. B Cochran, druggist, 137 and 13
North Queen street Lancaster.
I h been troubled with catarrh irem
boyhood, and cepsldered my esse cbmnlc
until about three years age 1 procured lip's
Cretm r aim, and 1 count lnyselt sound te-day,
all from tha use of one bottle. J. B. toeley,
Hardware Merchant Montrese, Pa.
Mr. P. M Barber bat used Kly's Cream Balm
far catarrh In his family and commends It
very highly. A lady Is recovering the sense el
melt. A Tunkbanneck lawver. known in
I many el our readers, savs he was cured el
deatoess.-.tttfirenj Pa., Qatttti.
Whether erlflaatlBc la disease, or f kaat
Has; chemical or Tegs ble polseas,M cured
by Heed's Ssrsapaniia, which thoroughly
cleanses, purines aad eartchst) tbe bleed.
After such disease as stnall-per, scarlet fsver,
and Diphtheria, Heed's Barsspattila is of great
benefit In expelling tha virus and toning np
and strengthening tha body.
" I was poisoned by poison try. aad let It go
till the poison get Inte my bleed, when I was
obliged te glra np my work, ana was eenflaed
te my house tat two months. I had sores and
scales en me
FKOM lllAD TO rKBT.
my linger nails cama off, aad my hxlr and
whiskers cameeut I had two physlelaas, but
did net setm te get much better. Then I saw
Hoed'BBarsapartiia advert ed and bought a
bottle. It helped ma as mnea that I continued
taking It UU I had used Ursa bottles, when 1
was cured. I can recommend Heed's Barsa
parllla te all as the best bleed purifier I knew
et" (1. W. Vcaa, TV 1'atk Avenue, Brock Breck
"1 used te be troubled with fsver and ague,
malaria, pimples en the face, and ether affec
tions resulting from bleed Imparities. I was
Induced te try Heed's Saraapartila t as a result
1 have Tlgorens health. It keeps roe well
throughout the year." W. Btiwast, 606 Myr-
ue avenue, Brooklyn, n. Y.
Sela by all druggist 1 1 six for IB, rrepared
only by C. I. HOOD CO., Lewell, Mas.
XOO Desm One Dellar.
HOOD'S BAKSAPAKILIi A. FORHAIiB
at H. R. Cochran's Drug store, Nes. 117
and 139 North Queen Bt, Lancaster, fa.
Werth sending Fer !
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ONTUKIBCATUKNT AND CUKK OF
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Celery and Cocea, the prominent Ingre
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It strengthens and quints the nervous ays
tern, curing nervous Weakness, Hysteria,
It drtves out the poisonous humors et the
bleed purifying and enrleblng It, and se
overcoming these diseases resulting from
Acting mildly but surely en tbe bowels It
cures habitual constipation, and promotes
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In Its composition the bestand most active
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romarkable benefit Bend ler circulars, giv
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TnY'8 CREAM BALM.
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ache. Price HI Cents. KABY TO Usk. ly
KLY'B CBKAM BALM Cleanses the Nasal
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Heals the Beres, Keiteres tbe Benses el Taste
A particle Is applied Inte each nostril and Is
agreeable. Price CO cents at Druggists : by
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M Warren Btreat, Mew Yerk.
RAY'H HPEC1K1C MEDICINE.
Gray's Specific Medicine.
The G rest Rngllsb Remedy will promptly and
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with great success.
uu parucniars in our pamphlet which
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AVThe Bpeclflc Medicine Is sold by all arug
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CABSARD'S MILD CURED HAM
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SV Dried Beef and Bologna nleely chipped.
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Barnelt'd Famous Recipe Beeks.
YOU ALL KNOW WHAT TUKY AUK.
And If j ou have net been fortunate enough
In getting one wben we made our last distri
bution six months age, you will certainly net
miss this geed opportunity This Is lust the
season of the year when you will need such a
valuable guide. The retail price of the book
la IVs. We cnarge you nothing. All we expect
of you Is simply te ask ler the book t otherwise
you will net get It.
LOOK OUT I HIXT WF.KK WK WILL QIVR
Twe Theuiand Large. Handseme, Imported
THIS IB A BOLD VKNTUBF,
llut we are awake te thn Interests el our
trade, and will spare neither pains nor cuh
te carry out our wishes.
The Laigest Stock of Fireworks In the city.
Wholesale and Retail, and at prices fully 20
per cent, lewer than any ether house. 1'artles
wishing te pui chase ler private and publle
displays, will de well by getting enr pneea
and seeing our immense stock, see Art lull
windows, front and side.
Reist, Wholesaled Retail Grocer,
ler. W. Kins; ndl'rlefi Hie,,
J3ECOMMENDED UY EMINKNT
The " Best '" Tonic,
A Concentrated Liquid JCxtract of af alt and
Hep Fer sale only at
J, C. HOUOHTON CO-
Mes.1 ana a West Xing lueet.
INDIA DK I.IVKNS,
Seil and ltaxy.
uress uoeds Dept
Hi.HU. OR DRESS.
loine are here, You're
NOS. 35 AND
JTEXT DOOR TO COURT MOUSE.
NEW ARRIVALS TO-DAY
Sateens, Gballis, Batistes, Ginghams,
AND OTHER WARM WEATHER FABRICS.
The Chains consist of new styles of this month's production, and are shown te-day ler the
fl rat time. Fast colors. 8 and le cents a yard.
Very desirable Uetltn Bines are among the new Sateens at 17l cents.
A Hare Bargain In Freneh Mourning sateens Is an assortment at 25 cents t were. 37K cents.
Many New Olnghams at 10 and UK cents,
New White Goods I
Heavy I'lque Welts at WW, I7,ft), 25, and si cents. Don't miss them. One Let of Lace B tripes
Just in at 18c, made te sell at S&e. Kltgant assortment el Swiss Embroideries add flouncing!.
Cream Materia s in variety.
NOS. 30 i 37 msYBT KINO ST..
TJiRD & MOKLROY.
bard & Mcelrey,
33 and 35 Seuth Queen Street, - Opposite Fountain Inn.
Opanlng te-day a let of these choice styles
TOILB DU NORDB,
In Large Plaids, Bine and White, at 12Ke FerYard.
These goods are ecarceand In great demand.
bard & Mcelrey,
33 and 35 Seuth Queen Street, Opposite Fountain Inn.
LJUMMEK DREHS OOODH.
Metzger & Haughman.
Summer Dress Goods !
1.AWNS, HAtflSTEH, I'EROALES, aiNQHAMH,
FRENCH HATINKH, AMKltlOAN HAT1NKH, HKAUTIFUL CIIAI-LIES,
Ahl AT LOW PRICES, AT
Metzger & Haughman's
NOS. 38 AND 40 WEST KING STREET,
Opposite the Ooeper Heuse.
,. REIOADM A HON.
We have just received an Invoice of Oeld and Silver Brace
lets. Many of the Styles are Perfectly New and have never ap
peared before In Lancaster.
Water Pitchers, Ice Tubs, Ice Picks, Berry Spoons, Etc., and
all at Bettem Prices. Call and Examine them.
Fepairing In All Its Branches.
H. Z. RHOADS & SON,
Ne. 4 West King Street. .
SHIRK'S CARPET HALL
WILTON, VELVET, BOpT. BRUSSBLS.
Tapestrj, Ingrain. Damask aad Venetian, Rag and Chiln Cirpeti,
OIL 0L0TU8, WINDOW BHADMB, etc
We taw tbs LargfMt ad Swt Btoek In tn Olty(
H. S. SHIRK & SONS,
Oernir Wist King ftui Water 8trnta. Uncuter, Pa.
BUSINESS METHOUS MADE PLAIN.
The system of Instruction at the
LANCABTKK COUstKKOlAIi COLLEQK,
Is se simple and plain that any young lady or
gentleman etn easily master all the details of
Evening Sessions Tuesdays, Wednea
and Fildays. Full Information glyen by
E. O. WKIULKU,
Lancaster Commercial collage,
rpaeSK PRINTED INDIA L1NENB WK TOLD TfOU OF
MATRRIAM8 THK HR.
1'IUCK MAKES IT UO.
Right B'de Back.
URAHS IN VARIETY TO MEET THE WANTS OF ALU
BOFT TO THK TOUCH III FIRM IN WB AVE.
PRIORS Coe. A1YARD; ACTUAL VALUB, 78e. A YARD.
Dress Uoeds Dept Right Bide Back.
TABLE LINENS AND NAPKIN&
We have been telling von about these Bargains. Perne are gene.
wise If yen hasten.
lfe. A YARD TO II M A YAKD.
Left Bide Back.
1,000 IN ALL STYLES.
HIQUT, SO BR THE PHIOE8.
YOU CAN BUYOFUB.
Bosten Stere, -
37 NORTH QUEEN BTBE1T.
Acress from lVstefllce.
FOR SUMMER !
NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS AND
aUNNKliB.-AH persons are hereby for.
bidden te trespass en any of the lands of the
Cornwall and speedwell estates In Lebanon or
ineaster oennues. wneuer ineitv t uwu-
closed, either for the purpose 01 sheeting et
ashing, as the law will no rtgialy enfoteed
anlnat all traanaaalnar en said lands et the un-
TJEADINO A COLUMB1A.K. R. - --
Arrangement of Passenger Trains en. aM
atttr, SUNDAY, MAY 1 J, lass.
itTMit- l.atif. tm
Marietta Junction. .1 jm
Arrive at' a,.
""ng , 7,a)
Arrrlveat a m.
Columbia .. an
lancaster ' Vi
SS&SSS&.r?:::""- AS "-"i?" Wi
"-" ,....,... st.iu.au J3 Mi-
AiS- 'S 1:
un a" -, .
use sss'; ,
AW. V W.Vfr H
.W T. W-
11 w tu.;
1 as i J
1.4a bus '.(."
ngatreet, ane. at 8.03 a. m., and Sis p. m. V '
Reading, 10.10 a. m., and US p. m.
Beading, at 7.30 a. m., and i p. m.
Ring street Lane., at . a. m.,aad.S.P.nt
QuarryrUle,ate.tep.in. ' "
rTralns connect at Beading wll tralMts J,
ana from Pbtladelphta, FetuvlTle, IIarrtehM. , s '
sen,wnana New xerk. yla. Hound Mm
ntiSM&XL i" S5? ?n fS&H
"--. ...., vtiaiiw .uu wip:e j.i
At "Jirtetu Junction with trains te e4H
At Manhelin with trains In inifmmfi.t"
At Lancaster Jnneilen, with trains te and
from Lancaster. Qnarrj vllle, and Chtekles.
A. M. wiLeON anvenntandeat.
LEBANON A LANCASTER
Arrangement of Tassenger Trains en. and
after, Bvheat, if at IS, lsss.
Leave. a.m. t.x,
King Biroet Lane.
Leave am. r x.
Ibanen 7 if ia;n)
Cornwall...., 717 12.4A
Manhelm 7.W 1,14
Lancaster... 82f 148
King aireet. Lane. 8 l.M
A. M. wilben, Bunt. It. C. Railroad.
d. ennrr, eupt. V. n. is.
BCHEDULR.-In effect from June 11,
Trains wan Laneisra and leave aad ar
rtve at Phtladelnhia aa fellows 1
linn p. m.
m iwijupi it, . 1
Man tralav-Mt Jey
Niagara Szpresa, . . . .
. ntu a. n.
MarnsbBrg A eoea
arrlslmrt Bzprest I
Was tens J
Marrlsburg Rzprest 1
Laneaster Aoeom at.
. - H &
WW BM9CW tM A?K
Utt B.tr MS AM .'
118 8s, MS W
140 8M9.17 Bl S
1A8 7.10 81 IN "i
., r,, jr.j
AH, T f. ipl
7M 8.44 i&
no can i-j&
J.40 AM Tl!?
1.11 AM r M'a
1 neaater. fi i
at ft .r5
100 F- BBa isj, 1
re aa tf"., .
Wlm ss arai ii 1 -.
saaa lAHAaslaf am sfas-stiewtWtsk tyMi lust 11 1
rlacmrar ,fcMtn v m. tan it i ila tA t iisM-js-r i ' "
-iSl "--- -W - I -. - -- T'tt
,t gaannnnindstUMi leawaa f
Ma at ftse aa. aad reaches Marietta at
A left leaves Columbia at U:i a. ul Md sMi. Mj
m reaehlnf Marletu at IfcU and kss7Leafi
MariettA at wm p. m. and arrtvee at Oele-eggjl'n
at taei also, leaves at tJi an damrea MM
tetr Aeeommedawom leaves eiissjsay.
.. u. ... rrTTTvrz.z:'n c: '?&!
nset4Bg withHarrlsbnrgBxpteesat ItUa. .'r
im Fredenajt AeeommeeAueev wes wsa. ,,.,-
atfcieg.Bswinrantaronghte trUinisfi m
through te FieeArtekri
rtnmlatUksKs dresekesl sassteatff s'-4L-
HarrlsbnrM Accommodation west cennettg at?'
at Columbia for Verk. !F
. . . . L5J
Hanover Aecommeoatum, Matt, leaves ose:;
nmbla at :10 n. m. Arrives
as inn mtm wm lir1'
AM n. bl. Atenneettnar with Dav Bxiirsaa.
aaever eeesn odattea, weseesuseetMgVV.
atXaaeaster wiu Mlagara Bxprees at tmiZt'
bl, wm ran thrmurh teHanewr. sially. sdBsassri
"nrday 1 also connects at Oelnmbta for itiif
will stew SiboMUmSjevMtrnSm'nBBmWTj
enrg, jab a or, auiaaDeunewa aaa awsi
t Xhe only trains which mn dally. OaM
iae asau uiis wass ran ey war cm weii
J 1 K. WOOD, eeneral Passenger Aj
ohae, sl ruuu wenerai staaager.
for Farmers and Hallroaders, 14 Karat OeHj
Man i55 15
ruiea hubs cases, Kigin works, sw eaaa.tf.t Ml
Jeb Let. Best Watch and Jewelry aiE5Zyf?. i
T V. TTTTifsl (IftllV. Fl- l I tlllll lllll llli " ' '
He. 1MX N. Queen Bt, 01
iite CitT HeteL'u.f
-A LIST OF-
Oeld and ml ver Watehes, ,
Chains and Charms,
Geld Jewelry, v-
Circlet Rings, j
Oeld I'en Helders , Z
ueld Pencils. , .-;
Oeld Teeth ticks,
Fountain Fens, - '
Bllver Bangle Bracelets,
Ren Benalres, ";
Btlvet Watch Mexes, -
Bllver Hair Fins,
Cellar Buttens, s
Bllver darters, etc, etc, ete.
GILL, - JEWELER,,
Ne. 10 West King Street.
-rTKADO.UAhTEKa FOR WATCHES. Jff
SOMETHIITG- TOR ALLs
Have you bought a l'resent ter your Friend t ,;:
he Oraduales t t.'Sfni
if he Uraduales
if net, yen should Call and Belect It.
Aside irem watches, in waicn we icaa, jntA-f
will find a Large stock et Nice Goods.
AT A SMALL COST.:
Many Acceptable Little Presents in
fa s 1 x I
e. iiwm g rtrtnpi.i'n
two wtU Sell at Away Down Figures.
sTCall, we have something you will want.
WALTER C. HEIR,
Ne. 101 worm yueen Bwe5, i
sar Cerner of orange.
"" . ffi
UKKBY OAUTBCUI A BONO,
KeVlOM Chestnut Btreet, PhUadalpMa
examination will nrove ear Instrimenta
far superior te any ether make, net speaking
of the worthless Hash that abound U tha
market, seen being el mere anneyaiire than
Iileasurti te their owners. Old and Impar
ectlymade Musle Bexes earetully repaicsd
by experienced workmen trem the minosae minesae minosae
tery InBwiuetland. CorrespeudenoesetleHed.'
end stamp ter oatalegae and price list