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s "V " -s - a V I Iav'V ai Volume XVI-Ne. 128. LANCASTER, PA. THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1880. Price Twe Cents. yii. u?. i- - - . s--. P " - v ' " "" -w : ISillfe:-'- -,-i. 1 U 31k 31 VWrTTBKI-fT Al lVV TERMS. THE DAILYINTELLIGENOER, rCBLISUED EVERT EVZKIXO, BY STEINMAN & HENSEL, Intelligencer Building, Southwest Cerner of Centre Square. The Dailv Istklligenckii Is furnished te .subscribers in the City of Lancaster and eur iflunding towns, accessible ly Railroad and Dailv Stage Lines ut Tex Cents Per Week, paya"ble te the Carriers, weekly. By Mail, $5 a year in advance : otherwise, sffi. Knt cred at t he pest efllee at Lancaster, Pa., as -eeeiid class mail matter. -The STEAM JOB PRINTING DEPAKT DEPAKT JIKXTef this establishment possesses unsur passed lacilitics for the execution of all kinds of Plain and Kuncv Printing. COAL. I li. 3IAKTIX, . Wholesale and Retail Dealer in all kinds of LUMBER AND COAL. ea-Vanl: Xe. 420 North Water and Prince -treets, above I.emen, Lancaster. n3-lyd COAL! - - - COAL!! GO TO GORRECHT & CO., i-'or Geed and Cheap Ceal. Yard Hurrishiirg l'ike. Ollict iu. East Chcstn ut Street. J. W. GORRECHT, Agt. J. II. UILKY. e'J-lyd W. A. KKLLKK. COAL! COAL! COAL! COAL! Ceal of the Rent Quality put up expressly ler family Use, and at the low est market prices. TRY A SAMPLE TON. 3 YARD ISO SOUTH WATER ST. ncStl-lyd PHILIP SCHUM, SON & CO. Ti;sT received a fink let or ai.i: TIMOTHY HAY, at M. F. STEIGERVALT & SON'S, DKALKKS IN COAL. ! FLOUR ! ! GRAIN ! ! ! FAMILY COAL UNDER COVER. M in nc-eta Talent Precess Family and linker's Fleur. Haled Hay and Feed of all kinds. W.'iii'I.oiise and Yard : 2:54 North Water St sJ7-lyd C0H0 & WILEY, :::, north hater st., iMnmster, i., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in LUMBER AND COAL. Alse, Contractors and Ilullders. Estimates niailt and contracts undertaken en all Kinds of buildings. Kr.mch Olllce : Ne. 2 NORTH DUKE ST. lebiS-lyd N e nc;: te th i: public. G. SENER fc SOXS. Will continue te sell only GENUINE LYKENS VALLEY and WILKESIlAJiliE COALS which an-the best in the market, anil sell as LOW as the LOW KST, and net only CUAIJ ANTLi; FULL WEIGHT, but allow te WEIGH ON ANY scale in geed erilcr. Alsi Rough and Dressed Lumber, Sash, Deers, Hliiuls, Ac.,at Lewest Market Trices. eillee anil yard northeast corner Trinceand Walnut streets, Lancaster, Ta. janl-tfd ; u ei.s . i xd s ta tiexer y. "i-ai.i:ntim-:s: valentines: : VALENTINES ! A GREAT VARIETY, L. M. FLYNN'S 1500K .VXD STATIOXEKY STOKE, Ne. IIS WEST KINO STREET. -1 1880. 1880. VALENTINES! ELEGANT LINES SENTIMENTAL VALENTINES BOOK STORE JOHI BAEE'S SOIS 15 and 17 NORTH QUEEN STREET, LANCASTER, TA. CAR RETS. i"1 KEAT BARGAINS. A Lare Assortment of all kinds ei CARPETS Are still sold at lower Kites than ever at the CARPET HALL OF H. S. SHIRK, 2!hJ WEST KING STIIKLT. Call and examine our steckand satisfy your yeur selt that we can show the largest assortment of Krusscls, Three plies and Ingrains at all prices at the lowest Thiladelphia prices. ANe m hand a large and complete assortment et HAG CAKTETS. Satisfaction jiimi-inteed both as te price ami quality. Youare invited tecall ami see mv goods. Ne trouble in showing them, even'if von le net want te purchase. Don't lerget this netice: Yeu can save iiieuev here if you want te buy. Particular attention given te custom work. AKe en hand a full assortment of Counter panes. Oil Cleths and ISIankctd of every va riety. myiS-ttd&w M,c w stei:i.. Philip Sclmm, Sen & Ce. HAVE OS IIAKD Nes. 38 k 40 WEST KING ST., (Formerly H. Z. KheaiU & Ure.'s,) ii line selection et the Well-known, Gen uine LANCASTER QUILTS, Woolen and Hair Woolen COVERLETS. C.VRTETS, Carpet Chain, Yarns of all kinds, a complete line et Ladies' Furnishing Goods, Notions. Ac. Scouring and Dyeing promptly attended te. In order te accommodate the public we have located our Ceal Oflice at the above place. 1'IULIT SCHUM, SON .V CO., eSl-Snul&w 3S & 40 West King St.. Laneastei 31 VSICAZ, ISSTltVMESTS. CHICKERING PIANOS! I would respectfully call the attention et ucrsens wanting a lirst-class Tianethat I have Iv.'cn appointed sole agent ler Lancaster coun ty, ler Chickcring & Sen's Celebrated Pianos, Ol Renten, Mas. LManns can be seen at my rgan Manulacturing Wqreroems, 320 North Queen street. ALEX. McKTLiLIPS, lec2C-2tdeawdX,vtf Laticjister, l'a. CLOTHING. NEW GOODS FOR FALL & WINTER. We are new prepared te show the public one of the largest stocks of READYMADE CLOTHING ever exhibited in the city of Lancaster. Geed Working Suits for men $0.00. Geed Styles Cassimere Suits for men $7.50. Our AH Weel Men's SulLs that we are selling ler $9.00 are as geed as you can buy elsewhere for $12.00. Our stock of Overcoats are immense. All grades and every variety of btyles and colors, for men,bevaml youths, all our own manufac ture. Full line of Men's, Youths' and Reys' Suits. Full line of Men's, Youths' and Beys' Overcoats. CUSTOM DEPARTMENT ! We are prepared te show one et the best stocks of Tiece Goods te select from and have made te order ever shown in the city. They are all arranged en bibles litted up expressly se that every piece can be examined betere making a selection. All our goods have been purchased betere the rise in woolens. We are prepared te make up in geed style anil at .short notice and at bottom prices. We make te or der an All Weel Suit ler $12.00. Uy buying your goods at CENTRE HALL you save one profit, as we manufacture all our own Clothing and give employment te about one hundred hands. Call ami examine our stock anil be convinced as te the truth of which wealllrm. MYEB8 & K ATIIFON, Centre JIaU, Ne. 1" East King Street. 1SS0 1SS0 m nam i Great reduction in price te cle-e out a large invoice of PAETALOOS STUFFS, Consisting or ever 500 PATTERNS. ENGLISH AND FRENCH NOVELTIES Reduced te A00 TET. TA1R. Large Let et SCOTCH, ENGLISH AM) FIXE AMERI CAN' CASSIMEKES, Fer Genteel Wear, of the Latest and Rest htyles. at $7.(M. Demestic Goods of the leading Standard Rrands. at $1 te $5 per pair. A Large Line of Imported Suitings at a Sacrifice Do De mestic Suitings at all prices. Tersens in want et a Geed OYEltCOAT' Will de well te call and examine the stock. Tlain as well as the most Ultra Myle at le-s than Cost Trice. We want te ele-e them te make room for our SPRING STOCK. Call early and secure bargains. J. K. SMALING, ARTIST TAILOR, 121 North Queen Street. uiarS-lydS&W CEITEE HALL 2-i CENTRE SQUARE. Closing out our WINTER STOCK In order te mai;e loom let the Large Spring Stock, :Which u e aic new manulacturing. Overcoats, Suits and Suitings, Te be sold at the Lewest Trices. 24 CENTRE SQUARE. 9Myd LANCASTER, TA. l'e vyjn:i:s ax it ma vn ixjsts. L AXCASTKK BOILER 3IAXUFAGT0KY, SHOP ON PLTJM STREET, OrresiTEiiiE Locomotive Wekks. The subscriber continue te manufacture BOILERS AND STEAM ENGINES, Fer Tanning and ether purposes : Furnace Twiers, Bellows l'ipes, Sheet-iron Werk, anil Blacksmithing generally. Ii- Jobbing promptly attended te. auglS-lydJ JOHN BEST. j;i V CA Tl OX A L. 'PIUS AUADDIV CONNKCTKW WITH JL Franklin and Marshall College eilers u perier advantages te young men and boys who tlcsiie either te prepare for college or te obtain a thorough academic education. Students re ceived at nnv time during the school year Send ler circulars. Address KEV. JAMES CBAWFORD, ectll-lyd Lancaster. Ta. "TAKCUS . SEUXEU, HOUSE CABPENTER, Ne. KOTJertb. Trincc street. Trempt and particular attention paid te al tcratien and repairs. Greatly wm Prices D. B. Metier & Ui s!3-Iyl clethixg. H. GERHART, TAILOR, Having just returned Irem New Yerk with a large and CHOICE STOCK Hli ai Demestic Woolens FOR MEN'S WEAR, Would respectfully announce te his customers and the public that he will have his regular FALL OPENING ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 29th. LARGEST ASSORTMENT, LATEST STYLES AND THICKS AS LOW AS ANY HOUSE IN THIS CITY AT H. GBEHAET'S, Ne. 51 North Queen Street. sr ECIAL NOTICE. 66. 68. Mansman&Bre. uMDCLOffluilE! OF OVERCOATS AND HEAVY SUITINGS. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS te buyers et Clothing in order te make room Ter a large SPUING STOCK new being manu factured, and we are needing room. We eiler well-made and stylish Clothing for Mcirund Beys LOWER PRICES than ever heard of before, although OeixNare going up every day. We will sell, ler e must have the room. Loek at Oar Astonishingly Lew Price List : OVEKCOATS! OVERCOATS! OVERCOATS ! fer$i!)u, ler $:!.&", for $'", for$;.7."i. OVERCOATS ! OVERCOATS ! OVERCOATS for $7.75, for $!.7., for $10.73. OVERCOATS ! OVERCOATS ! OVERCOATS I for $12, $14, $lCand$U0. These are heavy-lined Overcoats, careliilly made and splendidly trimmed. OVERCOATS ! OVERCOATS ! OVERCOATS for $7.50, ler $8.50, for $!.50, for $12. OVERCOATS ! OVERCOATS I OVERCOATS ! for $15, for $1S, for $20. These are Tlaid-Back Overcoats, equal te custom work. HEAVY, MEN'S SUITS ! ler $3.50, $1.00, $5.00, $7.00, $11.00, $10.00. MEN'S SUITS FOR FINE DRESS '. for $12.00, $11.00, $15.00, $1(5.00, $18.00 and $20,00. BOYS' SUITS AND OVERCOATS I BOYS' SUITS from $2.25 te $10.00. BOYS' OVERCOATS VERY LOW. We sell only our own make and guarantee satisfaction. Meney returned en all goods net leuudas represented. 3Tlcase call, whether you wish te purchase or net. IT Is stocked with the latest styles, which we make te measure at the lewe-t cash prices and guarantee a perfect lit. SUITS TO ORDER from $12 upwards. PANTS TO ORDER Irem $A50upward. D.GANSMAN&BRO., MERCHANT TAILORS AND CLOTHIERS, 0G & 68 NORTH QUEEN ST., S. W. Cerner et Orange, Lancaster, Pa. (Bailsman's Cerner.) 11Y GOODS. Te Tobacco Buyers ! Opened this day ONE BALE OP GRAY BLANKETS LOW PRICE. FAHIESTOCK'S, Next Boer te the Court Heuse. JiAXKXXU. A1A TO dUcrkfl AMj WISHING TO 3tlU RyUU make money in Wall st. should deal-with the undersigned. Write for explanatory circulars, sent free by hickling & co., fflSKSSS; New Yerk. jel9-3nideed Hamvistct l-ntclltgcnrcr. THURSDAY EVENING, JAN. 20, 1880. A Hard Swim. There are few things mere delightful than te be at sea en a fine summer day, with a bright blue sky above and a bright blue sea below, while the fresh breeze fills your sails, and the great smooth waves toss you lightly along, and spatter you at times with their glitting spray, like frolic some giants. But it is a very different thing te be out in the teeth of a real equi noctial gale, with the whole sky black as ink, and the whole sea one sheet of boiling foam, and a huge wave coming thundering ever thb deck every ether minute, sweep ing everything before it, and making the whole vessel tremble from stem te stern. Se, doubtless, thought Olaf Petersen, captain and owner of the Norwegian schooner Thyra, of Bergen, when just such a steim caught him hall way across the North Sea. It did seem rather hard, after escaping all the storms of blustering March, that fresh, genial April should serve him such a trick ; but se it was, and instead of having a short and easy run northeastward te Bergen, as he expected, he found himself flying away te the west, driven by a gale which seemed strong enough te blew him right round the world, if it did net happen te sink him by the way. All the sails had long since been taken in, and the little craft was scuddim; under bare poles, no none being en deck but the two men at the wheel (who had quite enough te de keeping her head straight) and the captain himself. A line pictuie Olaf Petersen would have made as he steed there, with the spray rattling like hail upon his drenched tarpaulins, and his clear bright eye looking keenly out through the wet hair that was plastered ever his face. It might be seen by the firm set of his mouth that he meant te fight it out while a plank would swim ; but he looked grave and anxious, nevertheless. And well he might. This time it was net only his vessel and the lives of himself and his crew that were in danger ; his young wife was en beard, after whom the Thyra had been named, and it was new tee late te blame himself for having granted her entreaty te be allowed te sail along with him, instead of being left at home by herself for se many weary weary weeks, without knowing whether he was alive or dead. Still it blew harder, and harder yet. Had net the Thyra been as geed a sea sea beat as ever swam, it would have been all ever with her. Even as it was, she could barely held her own against the mountains of water that came plunging ever her deck with a lerce that seemed sufficient te rend a rock. Mere than once the captain's stiffened fingers were almost tern from their held upon the weather rigging, while the men at the wheel were under water again and again. Vainly did Olaf strain his eyes te windward in the hope of seeing a break in the inky sky. All was grim and gloomy, and amid the blinding spray and the deepening darkness it was hard te tell where the sea ended and the sky began. All that night and all the next morning they dieved blindly onward, net knowing where they were : for the sun had net been seen for two whole days, and no observation could be taken. But Captain Petersen, who had these setts by heart, began te fear that they were being driven in among the Orkney Isles, and he knew only tee well what chance the stoutest thtee-decker would have against these tremendous rocks with such a sea running. Toward afternoon the wind fell sudden ly, though the sea still ran high ; but new came .something worse than ail one of these terrible Northern fogs which turn day into night, and make the eldest sailor as helplecs as a child. The lanterns were lit anil heisted, the ship's bell was kept constantly telling, and the captain ordered up two "leek-outs" beside himself ; but the fog grew thicker and thicker, till these en these en the forecastle could barely make out the foremast. Ha ! what was that huge dim dim shad ow that loomed out suddenly just ahead, like a threatening giant ? Could it be a rock ? " Pert your helm ! pert ! " reared the captain, at the full pitch of his voice. But it was tee late. The next moment there came a deafening crash, a shock that threw them all oft" their feet, and the ves sel, with her bows stove in, was sawing and grinding upon the sharp rocks that had pierced her through and through, with the water rushing into her like a cataract. The next few minutes were like the con fusion of a troubled dream a shadowy vision of a huge dark mass overhead, a short fierce struggle amid whirling foam and broken timbers and then the captain and wife found themselves upon one of the higher ledges, hardly knowing hew they had reached it, while the crew, with bleed ing hands and sorely bruised limbs, drag ged themselves painfully up after them. They were net a moment tee seen. Scarcely had the last man gained the ledge when the mountain wave took the vessel aback. She slid off' the rocks which had held her up, and went down se quickly that the captain, turning at the shouts of his men, just caught a glimpse of her top mast vanishing under water. The situation of the shipwrecked crew was new dreary enough. Alene upon a bare rock in the midst of a stormy sea, with no means of escape, and no feed but the few brine-soaked biscuits in their pockets, there seemed te be nothing left for them but te give themselves up and die. But, of all men living, a sailor is the least apt te think his cas hopeless, however hard it may appear. Having just been saved from apparently certain death, the stout-hearted seamen were in no mood te despair se easily ; and settling themselves snugly iu a sheltered cleft of the rock, they ate their scanty meal (a goad share of winch had been reserved ler Jlrs. Peter sen) as cheerily as if they were lying at anchor in Bergen harbor. Just as the meal ended, the fog sudden ly rolled away like a curtain, and the last gleam of the setting sun showed them an island several miles te the north, en the shore of which the keen-eyed captain made out a few white specks that looked like fishermen's huts. " Lads, " cried he, "if the wind rises again, it'll blew us all into the sea ; and even if it don't, we shall freeze te death if wc stick here all night, with no room te move about. There's just one chance left for us, and I'm going te take it. Some body must swim te that island for help, and as I believe I'm the best swimmer, among us, I'll be the one te de it. " "Olaf! "cried his wife, catching him by the arm, "you won't think of it ! It's certain death !" "Pooh, pooh!" said the captain, cheeri ly. " I haven't swum across Bergen Bay and back for nothing. It's certain death te sit here and freeze, if you like ; but you'll seen see me coming back with half a dozen stout fellows, and we'll all have a geed supper before the night's out. Keep your heart up, dear. Ged bless you !" The next moment he was in the water, and vanishing, from the eager eyes that watched him into the fast-falling shadows night. Then came a long silence. The men looked at each ether, no one daring 1e utter the thought which was in every one's mind, while Thyra Petersen hid her face in her hands, and prayed as she had never prayed before. Meanwile Captain Petersen, who had told no mere than the truth in calling him self a geed swimmer, was breasting the waves manfully. But he seen found the difference- between attempting a long swim when quite fresh and vigorous, and doing the same thing after a hard night's work en short allowance of feed, and with limbs stiffened by wctand cold. Moreover, the sea, although much quieter than it had been, was still rough enough te tell sorely against him. ' Before he had gene a mile he felt his strength beginning te fail ; but he thought of his wife, and of all the ether lives that new depended upon him alone and strujrjrled despcratelv onward. But new came a new trouble. In the deepening darkness the island for which he was head ing seen disappeared altogether, and he found himself swimming almost at ran dom. Every stieke was new a matter of life and death, and yet each of these strokes might be taken in the wrong di rection. It was a terrible thought. Heavier and heavier grew his cramped limbs, harder and harder pressed the mer ciless sea. ne sank rose sank again, and as he came up once mere, lifted his voice in a despairing cry, feeling that all was ever. "Hist, laddies! there's some ane skir ling " (screaming), shouted a hearse voice near him. There was a sudden splash of ears, a clamor of many voices, and then a strong hand clutched him as he sank for the last time. Se utterly was he spent that he could barely force out the few words needful te tell his story ; but these were quite enough for the Orkney fishermen, why at once put about and steered straight for the rock. It was a glad sight for the weary watchers, when the beat came gliding to ward them out of the darkness. But when they recognized their captain, whom tliey had long since given up for lest, they gathered their last strength for a feeble cheer, while peer Thyra sprang into the beat, and threw her arms round his neck without a word. Se ended Captain Petersen's daring swim, which brought him geed in a way that he little expected ; for when the news of the feat reached Bergen, the towns people at once started a subscription te buy him another vessel, iu which he Is voyaging new. Protect Your Street Trees. Ve have en mere than one occasion call ed attention te the singular fact of people who would give many a dollar for a geed shade tree before their doers, yet neglect the very small cost that will protect them against the ravages of heiv.es ; for there is veiy little doubt that it is from the horse, and net from any inability of trees te gre v. that we find trees almost entirety absent from the elder portions of cities and towns. We have seen mauy fiuc trees killed in this way and wc have mere than one new in our mind's eye that will in a little while go in the same way unless at once protected. A geed shade tree in front of a dwelling is worth at least a hundred dollars, and many people would net be deprived of them for anything like this price, for it takes half a generation te grew a new one. Yet these very people will see the bark of their trees eaten oil' without a thought that it is damaging the tree, and would hitch their own horse te another's tree under the same circumstances. There are only two ways in which one can preserve the luxury of shades trees be fore his deer in the public streets, and that is first by the investment of a few dollars in tree-guards or tree protectors of some kind; and secondly by the universal spreading of the knowledge that the bark is the life of the tree. If half way round is taken away, the tree has only half the proper chance of getting feed, and the next year succeeding the less it will net grew well. The leaves keep of a sickly tint all summer, and fall early in autumn.' Besides this the growth is proportionately weak. When the bark is wholly taken off" in a complete circle, there is no mere hope for the tree's life. All connection with the roots are severed se far as a long contin uance of life is cSncerncd. These things are of course known te all our intelligent readers ; but experience shows hew few ethers knew them and we hope, for the geed of the whole of us who enjoy street trees, all our readers who knew these things will turn missionaries and teach these who don't. And te show that we practice what wc preach, the trees in front of our own premises, new about or nearly a feet iu diameter, which have been jn'etcctcd by boxes from the day they were planted, are about te have new boxes placed around them, the present ones showing sijjns of decay. Germanteicn Telegraph. m An Incorrect Statement. Gcrmantewn Telegraph. Mr. Laucr, the famous brewer of Read ing. Pa., claims also te be a farmer, and makes speeches for he is a geed orator at the agricultural meetings of the grand old county of Berks. At a late meeting he is reported as saying that " in Eng land all the farming land is owned by 150 noblemen. There the peer remain peer and the rich remain rich, while in Amer ica any man who cheeses can become the owner of real estate." We think that Mr. L. is tee well informed a man te have made such a statement. The truth is, a great deal of this kind of nonsense gets into the newspapers, and some people believe it. The nobility of England have enough te be forgiven as monepolizers of the land ; but there arc a great many people (farmers) in England, who are no mere noblemen than we are who own and cultivate their own land. Neither is it true that the peer in England always remain peer ; and every body knows that it is equally untrue that " in America every man who cheeses can become the owner of real-estate." There is net every one who cheeses can afford te go West and take up government land as a free gift. It takes money te de that, put up the buildings, stock the farm, and support a family for at least a year. Of course the chances here are as a hundred te one com pared te these in England, and these chances will go en increasing until the laws of primogeniture arc abolished there. The Clairgeau Pear. Gcrmantewn Telegraph. We notice that this beautiful pear is rec emmended as worthy of cultivation. We knew net what the experience of the writer may be with it, but se far as our own gees, liaving grown it for ever twenty years en quince, we would net like, as an honest man, te advise anyone te waste his time and ground with it. There is no question ing one thing about the Clairgeau, that it is one of the largest and handsomest pears grown ; but when this is said, all is said in its favor. Up te last year, with a yearly crop upon two small trees generally hav ing te remove mere than half of them we never hrd a specimen fit te eat. Last year there were three or four that became soft and rather geed ; but that is all. There arc se many varieties of pears which arc hardy and geed because of luscious fruit, that we are net willing te see inferior kinds recommended without a word or two in opposition. Hew Slate Pencils ere Made. In making slate pencils broken slate is put into a mortar run by steam, and pounded into small particles. Then it gees into a mill and runs into a "belting " machine, such as is used in flouring mills, where it is "belted," the fine, almost im palpable, flour that results being taken te a mixing tub, where a small quantity of steatite flour, similarly manufactured, is added, together with ether mate rial, the whole being made into a stiff' dough. This dough is kneaded thoroughly by passing it several times between iron rollers. Thence it is con veyed te a table where it is made into "charges," or short cylinders, four or five inches thick, and containing eight te twelve pounds each. Four of these are placed in a strong iron chamber or "retort," with a changeable nozzle, se as te regulate the size of the pencils, and subjected te tremendous hydraulic pressure, underwhich the composition is pushed through the nezzle iu the shape of a long cord, and passed ever a sloping tabic slit at right angles with the cords te give passage te a knife which cuts them into lengths. They are then laid en beards te dry, and, after a few hours, are removed te sheets of corrugated zinc, the corrugation serv ing te prevent the pencils from warp ing during the process of baking, te which they are next subjected in a kiln, into which superheated steam is intn duced in pipes, the temperature being regulated according te the requirements of the article exposed te its influence. Frem the kiln the articles go te the finish ing and packing room, where the ends are thrust for a second under rapidly revolving emery wheels and withdrawn neatly and smoothly pointed. They are then packed in pasteboard boxes, each containing one hundred pencils, and these boxes are in turn packed for shipment in wooden boxes, containing one hundred each, or ten thou sand pencils in a shipping box. Nearly all the work is done by boys, and the cost, therefore, is light. VJtr GOOVS, JC. WE CANNOT ADVERTISE Reduction of Prices, As many kinds of goods arc going up in price every week, but we held a large stock of desirable Dry Goods that are selliug at rates proportionate tocet some time age. In the matter of MUSLINS wc secured and MUSLINS stored 'away an immense MUSLINS quantity, se that our sales- MUSLINS rooms and rcscrye stock- MUSLINS rooms leek like wholesale MUSLINS stores. These standard MUSLINS goods are new retailing MUSLINS largely at less than future MUSLINS prices. MUSLINS We also bought freely et FLANNELS, And can show the geed results of out eut bargaining en inquiry at the Klannel Counter. We are also selling CALICOES Cheaper than they can be bought at. The people will have te pay higher for many kinds of dry goods alter tin: pres ent stock are sold'eut. Jehn Wanamaker, GRAND DEP0T-13TH ST., VJULADVLl'llIA. ajiecnirjts. w IIOLESALE AND KETAIL. LEVAN'S FLOUE Ne. 227 NORTH PRINCE STREET. dl7-lyd pAIINKSTOCK'S FAKINA I'LOUII. GIVE IT A TRIAL. B VY THE IIECKEK'S SELF-KAIS1NC G KIDDLE CAKES 15UCKWIIEAT FLOUll F OK THE KEST COFFEES, FRESH llOASTED DAILY I70II THE WEST UKOCEIUES OF EVEKY Descoriptien, 00 te BURSK'S, Ne. 17 EAST KING STREET, LANCASTER, PA. A'UltXITUltE. A SPECIAL INVITATION TO ALL. Te examine my stock of Parler Suits. Cham ber Suits, Patent Ueckcrs. Easy Chairs, Katau Ueckcrs. Hat Hacks, Marble Tep Tables, Ex tension Tables, Sideboards, Hair, Husk, Wire and Common Mattresses, Heek Cases. Ward robes, Escriteir.s, Upholstered Cane and Weed Seat Chairs, Cupboards, Sinks, Deughtrays, Ilreakfast Tables, Dining Tables, &c, always en hand, at prices that are acknowledged te be as cheap as. the cheapest. UPHOLSTERING IN ALL ITS UKANCIIES. KEPAIKING PROMPTLY AND NEATLY DONE. Picture Frames en hand and made te order Kegilding done at Reasonable Kates at the New Picture Frame and Furniture Stere, 13 EAST KING STREET, (Over Kursk's Grocery and Sprccher's Slate Stere.) WALTER A. HEINITSH, (Schindlcr's Old Stand), CIIXXA AXI GLASSWARE. CHINA HALL. CHEAP WAEE, CHEAP WARE. ODD and DAMAGED WAKE sold at a SACRIFICE. Ware Sold Under Price te Save Moving. New is your time for BARGAINS. HIGH & MARTIN'S, Ne. 8 East King Street. " DRUG STORES. rpiiUSSES ! TRUSSES!! TRUSSES Safest, Easiest and Best, VOR BALE BT ANDREW G. FRET'S v.ny xnariimcj, oeuiueasi vor. isenn ijnetjn i w&iu; is., xjuuAieifci uiuv-iyw M.EDIVAX. OTAKTLIXG ASSERTIONS. DR. GREENE U ready te cure all diseases ' byexternal applications or medicine. During IS months practice in Reading, he lias treated, ever 1,600 patients, many et them from ether cities and towns in the United States, TO et them from Lancaster; hundreds are cured, and no one h:is died under his charge, and only three persons have died during' that time who have been treated by him, unit they died away from Reading and under their physician's care. Over 1,150 deaths occurred in Reading during his sojourn there. Having taken up his residence in Lancaster, he will be in his etllces all day. Call and see him "ami he will give you a list of cases cured of all diseases of thebedr. A. A. McHese, of Reading, Nev. 13, 1879, says: Dr. Greene removed from my neck a tumor of the size efa lien's egg. In 13 days, without cut ting or causing me any pain or the less of a drop et bleed. His certlilcate is en dorsed by the autographs et Jesse G. llawley, proprietor of the Eagle; T. C. Zimmerman, proprietor of The Times and Dispatch ; G. W. Grant, pestmaster: II. A. Tvsen, mayor, and i-A-jiujur r.vans. an 01 lieamng. Consultation free. Catarrh cured for 30 cents. Cure quick ter Catarrh sent te any ad dress for 50 cents, its page pamphlet free. Will seen commence u course et lecture en riiysiolegv. DR. C. A. GREENE, (31 Years Experience), 13 6m IT11.TI1ASI Ne. 336 N. Queen SL HOP HOP HOP HOP HOP HOP HOP BIT KIT KIT HIT KIT KIT KIT EKS EKS EKS EKS EKS EKS EKS uer nep BIT KIT fc D.V an absolute and irresisti- EKS HOP BIT ERS HOP KIT EKS HOP KIT ERS HOP KIT ERS HOP KIT ERS HOP BIT ble cure for HOP KIT EKS DRUNKENNESS, Intemperance and the useefOpl-HOP 11111, Tobacco. Narcotics and Stimu- BIT hints, removing all taste,desiteand EKS habit of using any of them, render Ins the taste or desire for any of HOP them perfectly odious and disgust-BIT ing. G iving everyone tierfcct and EKS irresistible control of the sobriety of themselves or their triends. HOP It prevents thatabselute physical KIT and moral prostration that fellows ERS the sudden breukingeft from using stimulants or narcotics. HOP Package, prepaid, te cure I te 5 BIT persons, $i or at your druggist's, ERS $1.73 per bottle. Temperance socie ties should recommend it. It is HOP perfectly harmless and never-tail-BIT lug. Hep Bitters Munfncturiug Ce., ERS Rochester, N. Y.. Sele Agents. Hep Cough Cure destroys all HOP pain, loosens the cough, qutcta the BIT nerves, produces rest, and never EKS fails te cure. The Mop Pail for Stomach, Liver HOP and Kidneys, is superior te all KIT ethers. Cures by absorption. It is ERS pertcct ask druggists. The Hep Bittern Mfg. Ce., of Ke- HOP Chester, N. Y., only prepare these KIT remedies, also the Hep Bitters, EKS which are in nesensc a beverageer intoxicant, but the Purest and Best HOI Medicine ever made, making mere KIT cures than all ether remedies. ERS FOR SALE KY ALL DRUGGISTS. nep KIT EKS EKS HOP KIT ERS HOP KIT ERS HOP KIT ERS HOP BIT ERS HOP KIT EKS HOP HOP KIT KIT ERS EKS HOP KIT ERS HOP BIT ERS HOP KIT ERS HOP HOP BIT KU EKS EUS KW K-W K-W K-W K-W K-W K-W H MET METE K-w THE ONLY MEDICINE k-w K-W Tjjjrt Actg at th0 Same TlmQ en K-W KW The LIVER, K-W ' k-w The BOWELS, K-W K-W K-W k-w And the KIDNEYS, k-w K-W These great organs are the Natural v"" ,. w Cleansers of the System. If thev ,. ,,, lv-' work well healthwill.be perfect: ft K" ,- ... they become clogged", dreadful ills- .. .v eases are sure te fellow with Jv-u K-W K-W K-W K-W K-W K-W K-W K-W K-W K-W K-W K-W K-W K-W K-W K-W K-W K-W K-W K.W TERRIBLE SUFFERING. K-w K-W Kilieusness. Headache. Dvsnen.sia. Jaundice, Constipation and Piles, erK.y KidncyCempIuints.Gravcl,DiahcU.'s, Sediment in the Urine, Milky erjjw Repy Urine ; or Rheumatic Pains and Aches, arc developed because K-W the bleed is poisoned with the lm- mers that should have been e.-!w pcllcd naturally. KIDNEY WOET IZ will restore the natural action and K-W all these destroying jvils will be banished neglect .-m and you will K-W live but te suiter Thousands have been cured. Tr it and you will K-W add one mere te the number. Take it and health will once mere gladden K-W your heart. Why sutler longer from the ter-K-W nient of an aching heart? Why bear such distress from Constipation and K-W Piles' Why be se fearful because of Disordered Urine? Kidney Wert K-W will cure you. Try a package at once and be satisfied. JC-W It is a dry vegetable compound, and one package makes six quarts K-W of medicine. our druggist has it, or will get it for you. Insist upon K-W liaving it. Price $1.00 Wklls, Riciiakosen & Ce., Preps., K-W Kurlimotex, Vt. (Will send pest paid.) juI5-lyd&w K-W K-W K-AV K-W K-W K-W K-W K-W ROOTS AND SHOES. "DELI ABLE BOOTS AND SHOES. We guarantee every pair we sell. We keep the most perfect lltting. best style and well wearing shoes, and sell them at the very LOWEST PRICES. Our stock was purchased last summer before the late advance in leather and material, and wc etTer te give te our customers the advan tage of our successful speculation by selling our present stock at lower prices tlian we could te-day buy again. We also continue te make Custom Werk at short notice, stylish and durable, and at lower prices than any othcrsheemakcr here or elsewhere. "W-Mcndinj done promptly and ncatly.S Give us a call. A. ADLER, 43 WEST KIM STREET. GENTS' GOODS, HANDSOME PRESENTS. CLAUDENT SCARFS, SILK HANDKERCHLEF3, LADIES' "WORK BOXES, SILK SUSPENDERS, E. J. ERISMAN'S, SG NORTH OUEEN STREET. AE. McCAXN, AUCTIONEER OP REAL. . Estate and Personal Property. Orders left at Xe. 35 Charlette street, or at the Klack Herse Hetel, 44 and 46 North Queen street, will receive prompt attention. Bills made eutanil attended te without additional cost. eZT-ly TrysE LOCKER'S HORSE AND CATTLE II POWDERS. Hi H -.1 -I . h ,1 ! I i - 1 r'rZftrffiyt