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.--V V ?----" rr V -?!?? T - LANCASTER DAILY 13TELLIGENCERSATtfE,DAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1880. U f- JP- Lancaster Intelligencer. SATURDAY EVENING, iFEB. 28, 1880. THE COMING ERA. They tell us that the Muse is seen te fly hence, Leaving the bowers ei song that once were dear, Her robes bequeathing te her sister, Science, The groves et Pindus ler the axe te clear. Optics will claim the wondering eye et fancy, Physics will grasp imagination's wings. Plain facts exercise fiction's necromancy. The workshop liammcr where the minstrel sings. Xe mere with laughter at Thalia's frolics Our eyes shall twinkle till the tears run down, Uut in her place the lecturer en hydraulic Spout forth his watery science te the town. Xe mere our foolish passions and affections The tragic Muse with mimic grief shall try. Hut, nobler far, a course of vivisections Teach what it costs a tortured brute te die. The unearthed monad, long In buried rocks hid. Shall tell the secret whence our being came ; The chemibt show us death in life's black oxide, Lett when the breath no longer fans its flame. Instead ei crack-brained poets in their attics Filling thin volumes with their flowery talk, There shall be books of wholesome mathe matics The tutor with his black-beard and Ids chalk. Xe longer bards with madrigal and sonnet Shall wee te moonlight walks the ribbened sex, Uut side by side the beaver and the bonnet Stroll, calmly pondering en some problem's r. The sober bliss of serious calculation Shall mock the trivial joys that fancy drew, And eh, the rapture ei a solved equation One sell-same answer en the lips of two ! Se speak In solemn tones our yeuthiul sages. Patient, severe, laborious, slew, exact, As o'er creal ion's protoplasmic pages They browse and munch the thistle crops of fact. Aud yet we've sometimes found it rather pica", ant Te dream again the scenes that Shakspcarc drew, Te walk the hillside with the Scottish peasant Among the daisies wet with morning's dew 5 Te leave awhile the daylight of the real, Luil by the guidance of the master's hand, Ter the strange radiance of the far ideal "The light that was never en sea or land." Well, time alone can lift the future's curtain Science may teach our children all she knows, Hut love will kindle fresh young hearts, 'tis certain. And .June will net forget her blushing rose. And se, in spite of all that tinieis bringing Treasures of truth and miraclesef art, P.eatity ami Leve will keep the poet singing. And songs still live the science ei the heart- Oliver Wendell Helmes, in the Atlantic Monthly. On Washington. Seme Things About Him net Known or For gotten. Net the least interesting event that came te pass en the anniversary of Wash ington's birthday in New Yerk this year was the preaching of a sermon perhaps vc should rather say the pronouncing et an eulogy upon Washington by that .sturdy Englishman, the Ilcvercnd Rebert Collyer. A text was found in Daniel x. 11 : "A man greatly beloved," aud we recall no dis course that is preserved in literature which contains se much detailed information that everybody ought te possess,but which we suspect comparatively few persons de se possess. Hew many individuals, for instance, in an average modern drawing-room would be found te knew that Washington was six feet two inches high in his stockings. His was fend of adventures, fend of playing soldiers, and he was swift of feet, lie was also, doubtless, fend of mischief, but there was no meanness. He fell in love before- he was 15, and wrote poetry, worse than which could hardly have been written. Before he was 10 he sometimes made 20 a day at surveying. Yet was always bad at spelling. He had the largest hands in the thirteen colonies. Timethy Pickering claimed te have the next largest. He had great muscular arms and a bursting chest. He was brave as a lien, -and mere bashful than a girl. This bashfulncss he never get ever. He could talk te hostile Indians, or te the great Leuis, without ablush or a stammer, but net te a woman. Mr. Collyer said he loved te watch this bashfulncss in the man. It was a proof that te him woman hood was as sacred as the angels. He mar ried at 150, iu Mr. Cellycr's opinion five years tee late. He had geed business ability. It has been said that great men were bad business men. This was net true of the greatest. Byren and Shelley were bad business men ; but Shakspearc, Wash ington aud Lincoln, each se great that in his own way none was greater, were net. Several instances were given of Washing ton's close attention te the details of busi ness. Yet he could give money with boundless generosity. During the revo lution, se far as Mr. Collyer knew, he took no salary, but en the ether hand, had ex pended $75,000 from his own purse. He was an all-sided man. Frem the camp he found time te write te his wife te be sure and let no one go away hungry from his deer. Tradition lets us knew that there was such a thing as a curtain lecture for Geerge Washington, Martha Washington had a temper. His reply it has often been repeated since was, as it was handed down te us : "Well, well, my dear, I'll sec te it, I'll sec te it. Let me go te sleep." He could jump into a river after a man who had snapped his gun at him when in terrupted in stealing his game, pull him te shore, give him a tremendous thrashing, and then go en and think no mere about it. When his troops were retreating and pressing him back lie could snap his pis tols at them and, if the truth must be told, he could swear at them like a trooper. "And," said Mr. Collyer, pausing, while his audience smiled, "I'll give you leave te swear when you arc in such a press as that. " A Cress Baby. Nothing is se conducive te a man's remain ing a bachelor as stepping for one night at the house of :v married friend and being kept awake for live or six hours by the "crying ei a cress baby. All cress ami cryinir uauics neeu only Hep Hitters te make them well and smil ing. 1 eung man rememuer 1111s. .cu. Frem the Banks of the Hudsen. XKwnune. N. T.. Oct. 20. 1879. II. II. WAU-KB & CO.. ItOCHESTER. N. Y. GEN TLEMEN : '"A lady of ever seventy years of age, 111 lamng neaitn ler ever a year, nas uccn using Warner's Sale Hitters en my recommen dation. She feels very grateful for the benefit she has derived therefrem, and says that until she used it her stomach could bear no vege table feed for ever three years. I believe it le be a certain specific for dvspepsia. fl4-2wd&w J. T. Jesltit. M. D. OBOCEBIES. -TTTHOLESALE AND KETAIL. iEVASPS FLOUH AT Ne. 227 NORTH PRINCE STREET. dl7-lyd AS. KOSENBACM & CO., . PACKERS OF LEAF TOBACCO, Ne. 223 Prince street, Lancaster, Pa. J. BOSENMYEH, nn7-3md Manager, PELIGIOV8. FIRST BEFOBMED.-D1VINE SERVICES te-morrow morning and evening. Sunday school at 1 p. in. S FIRST SI. E. CHURCH, NORTH DUKE street. Preaching by the pastor, Kev. S. 11. C. Smith, at WA a- -" Sacrament at 7 p. m. Revival services. Sunday scjioel at p. m. Yeung people's meeting at (i p. m. MORAVIAN REV. C. B. SHULTZ, PAS ter. Services and preachlngat 10K a. m. and7J4 p. m. Sunday school and adult Llble class at 1 p.m. ME. MISSIONS, REV. H. V. Gl LKB, . pasterin charge. Owing te communion service at the First church there will be no preaching at the Fast Mission. Preaching at the West Mission, en Charlette street near Lemen, at 74 p. m. Sunday schools at 1J4 p. m. PKESBYTERIAN-PREACIIINU IN Till. morning and evening, at the usual hours, by the pastor, Kev. J. Y. Mitchell. IT. PAUL'S M. E., SOUTH OUEEN ST Preaelilmr at WA a. m.. and at 714 P- ?n" L p. in., Sunday by the pastor, uev. . unuumuui. school at 1 p. in. ST. PAUL'S REFORMED.-DIVINE SLR vices in St. Paul's church te-morrow morn ing and evening, by the pastor. Sunday school at 1 p. m. ST. JAMESHOLY COMMUNION at 8 and morning serviceat lOJa. m. Evening Praverat TV. p. in. At the evening service the seats are iree' Service every afternoon except snnil.-iv- throughout the LC throughout the Lenten season, at 5 o'clock. S' JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH. 5 Preaching te-morrow morning ng. by the pastor, Rev. R. AV. llufib neeting at : a. in. Sunday scl morning unci even- fferd. Prayer meetin school at 1 j). m. OT. LUKE'S REFORMED MISSION, O Marietta Avenue, near West Orange street. Service te-morrow morning atlO'i a. m. and at -14 p. 111. Sunday school at 2 p. in. SALEM CHURCH OF GOD.-SERAICE morning anil evening, by the pastpr. Rev. .1 B. Seule. Sunday school at Antioch at 9 it. m. Sunday school at Salem and Derwart street missions at 1.45 p. m. Preaching at A 11 11 tlech mission at 5 p. 111. by Rev. J. H. Llliett. TTXIOX BETHEL CHURCH of god. U Preaching te-morrow by Rev A. II. Leng at 10J4 11. m. and at V !' in. &unuuy ehnniliml adult Bible class at Wx p. in. Mis sien Sunday school, corner of Green and Christian streets at ilA 1. in Dedicatory ser vices at :s p. 111. The pastor will be assisted by several ministers from aliread. Y. I. C. A. GOSPEL. MbbllAb " hall of the association 111 e p. in. iu-niw- row evening. MED IV AC D AY'S KIDNEY PAD. The only cure for Diabetes, Or.ivcl, jnepsi. l!rl"ht's Disease, Pain in the Hack, liiaiiiuty 10 Ketain or Expel the Urine, Catarrh of the Mad der. Atlectiens of the Spine, and Diseases et the Kidney, Madder and Urinary Organs. It avoids internal medicine: is comfortable te the patient; certain in its effects. Sold by all druggists or sent by mail en receipt of price, $2.00. Day's Kidney Pad Company Teledo, 0l,i0 ANDREW G. FllfcA, Distributing Agent ler Lancaster County. Agency, corner Xerth Queen and Orange StreeLs, Lancaster Pa. apil'J-lyd G 1LAD TIDINGS. ,ivnne visitin-r my efliccs will hear con stantly the same old story, viz : " lve been doctoring for years with various physicians and am 110 better, net cured." And they can also hear a mere welcome story from my patients, viz : " Under your simple treatment I am well." Over l."0 difilcnlt chronic eases treated during the month of January, all bet ter or cured se far as heard from. Jehn Geedman, of 314 Xerth Queen street been doctoring ier 19 years ter Mieumatlsm, dyspepsia and neuralgia, has net had one geed night's rest rer years. lie is new sleeping en and pains have gene. Jacob Painter, 4:;e Locust street, suffered and doctored for 12 years. Cured in two weeks. Consultation at efliccs free. Call and get or send for 10 page pamphlet free. Catarrh cured ler flO cents. Kev. Jehn Hunter with restored vision, after being blind for 10 years, will preach every evening at Kev. Seule's church en Orange street. DR. 0. A. GREENE, (:l Years Experience), Ne. 236 North Oueen Street. S" Wanted tebuy Clean old White or Green Glass Vials orltettlcs any size. lS-tinidTu.Th&S K-W K-W IC-W K-W K-W K-W K-W K-AV MET IDR! K-AV K-AV K-AV K-AV K-AV K-AV K-AV K-AV K-AV K-AV K-AA' K-AA' K-w PERMANENTLY CURES K-AA" KIDNEY DISEASES, K-A' K-AA' K-AA" K-AV K-AV K-AV LIVER COMPLAINTS, CONSTIPATION And PILES. Dr. K. II. Clark. Seuth Here, Vt., says, "In cases of Kidney Troubles, K-AA it has acted like a charm. It. has K-AA" cured many very bail cases of Piles, K-W and has never failed te act. eflicient- K-AV !" K-AV Xelsen Fairchlld, of St. Albans, KW A't., says, "It is of priceless value. K-W After sixteen years of great suffer-K-AA inS from Piles and Costiveness it K-W completely cured me." K-AV C- S. Hogaben, et Derkshire, says, K-AV "One package has done wonders for K-AV ,ne m completely curing a severe K-Ar Liver and Kidney Complaint." K-AV UTTTirn K'w K-W WONDERFUL W II Y .' K"w POWER. K-AV K-AV K-W Because it acts en the Liver, the k-AA" ISeweis and Kidneys at the same K-w time. K-W Because it cleanses the system of K-y the poisonous humei-s that develop K-AV in Kidney and Urinary Diseases,!!!! K-W ieusness, Jaundice, Constipation, k-AA Piles, or in Uheumatism, Neuralgia K-AV and Female Disorders. K-AA' KIDNEY AA'OUT is a dry vegc-K-A" table compound and can be sent ey K-AA' mail prepaid. K-AV linc package will make six quarts K-AA' of medicine. K-AV Try it new. Buy it at the Drug- k-AV ist's. Price $1.00. K-AV K-AV AVELLS, 1UCIIAUDSOX & CO., K-AA' T1,ro.Pr'cters. k-W 3 Burlington, A t. K-AV K-AV K-AV K-AV K-AV K-AV K-AV HOP nOP HOP HOP HOP HOP HOP BIT BIT BIT BIT BIT BIT BIT EUS EUS EIIS EKS EIIS EI.S EUS HOP HOP BIT BIT EUS FUS -HOP BITTERS, ..or EUS EUS (A Medicine, net a Drink,) nor BIT EUS HOP BIT EUS HOP HOP BIT EUS HOP BIT EUS HOPS, 1.1TCHU, MANDRAKE, DANDELION, HOP BIT EUS BIT EUS and the purest and best medical qualities ei all ether Bitters. nni- They Cure All Diseases et the Uj Stomach, Bowels, Bleed, Liver, i'jA Kidneys and Urinary Organs. Nervousness, Sleeplessness and HOP especially Female Complaints. EUS $1,000 IN GOLD will be paid for any case they will HOP 110t cure or help, or for anything IJT impure or injurious found in EUS them. Ask your druggist for Hep Bitters, and try them before you HOP sleep. Take no ether. Hep Cough HOP BIT EUS HOP BIT EUS HOP BIT EUS nep BIT EUS hop BIT EUS -.. tiireisiiieswecicsr.saiesiiiiin nest. EUS HOP BIT EUS Ask Children. The Hep Pad for Stomach, Liver and Kidneys is su perior te ail ethers. Ask Druggists. 1). I. C. is an absolutely and irre sistible cure for Drunkenness, use no opium, toeacco and narcotics. TTr. hop BIT EUS HOP jsenu ier circular, vmauovcseiu "jj bv Drusrirists. BIT HOP BITTEUS MFG. CO., aO-lyeed&w Uechester, X. Y. EUS HOP BIT EUS HOP BIT EUs BIT EUS HOP BIT EUS hop BIT EUS HOP BIT EUS nep B1T EUS hop BIT EUS HOP. BIT EUS LOCHER'S COUGH SYUCP CUBES CONSUMPTION. EOB 8AZE OB BENT. TURK ROOM FOR BJfiNT, NO. 114 '. Queen street Possession given January 1st. Apply at d9-tfdl Xe. 112 North Queen Street. FOR KENT. . , A Three-story Brick Heuse, en North Duke street, between Chestnut and Walnut. Affi-&l THIS OFFICE. FOR RENT. Union Hetel, East Chestnut street, oppo site Pcnn'a Depot. Apply at the jlC-tfd INTELLIGENCER OFFICE. "COR RENT. JL 1 WO rOOIIlS, O. ey .0-" ucuu m.i-i., suitable for photograph gallery, new occupied bvJ S. Saunnan. Apply te dec3tfil TIIOS. BAUMGARDNER. 17OI: RENT. , A Stere room with geed cellar, Xe. , AA est Orange street, suitable for almost any kind of business. Possession given April 1. ISSO. Ap- nlv at SilOlsElt'a t,AUl.t. nuir.1. t25-Tu,Th&Stfd North Queen Street. FOR RENT. . A three-sterv Brick Heuse, en Xerth Prince, between Chestnut and Walnut streets. Apply at BOKS!5fil 1.1IRE PROOF SAFE FOR SALE. A Fire Proof Safe (Mesler, Balnnan & Ce.. Cincinnati make), 34 inches high, 9 wide and 24 deep, weight 1,200 pounds with Sargent's Patent Night and Day Combination Leck, for sale cliean. Apply 111 me jan2-tfd 'TELL1GENCER OFFICE. l.M -m rORTGAGES FOR SALE. Twe six per cent. Mortgages, one ler $10,000 and the ether for $4,730, first liens and well se cured en eligible citv Real Estate, belonging te the estate of the late Dr. Benjamin Mishler, dee'd. Inquire et WM. R. WILSON, Esq., Xe. 21 Xerth Duke Street. ill-UW&S Lancaster, Pa, riiiXTixGAXD dixdixg. SOMETHING NEW. Just received at this office the finest let of Business Cards, Pregrammes, Cevers, Bills of Fare, Circulars, &c. Something new. Call and see samples. ltd TOBACCO PACKERS' SAMPLE TAGS ntlSTED ON CHECK BOARD (Same as used by Tobacco Samplers), Heavy Railroad Beard any Celer. Alse, STUUXG TAGS FOU LABELING OF TOBACCO. BALES Contract and Receipt Beeks at the Lewest Prices, AT TUB Intelligencer Office. anl2-tfd SAME PRICE. Having purchased the exclusive right of Lancaster city and county tomanufacture and use Reynolds's Metallic Stationery and Heek Binder, THE OXLY DEVICE GIVIXG EXTIUK SAT IS FACTION, we arc new prepared te iurnish Check Beeks, Letter Heads, Xete Heads, State ments, Bill Heads, all sizes, Xetes el all kinds, Contract Beeks, Receipt Beeks, Order Beeks, and, in fact any kind et werkin which binding is necessary printed en the very best paper at the lowest figures. This invention, for the use et which we have obtained the sole right in Lancaster city and county, enables us te bind the above named or any ether kind of blank and memoranda books at the cost of printing alone, and in a style that for neatness and durability is net equalled by any ether device of a similar character. Dur ing the time that Bcynelds's Metallic Station ery and Boek Binder has been before the pub lic it has acquired a high reputation among printers and ethers who have had occasion te make use of it, for the extreme simplicity of its construction and the ease and accuracy el its operation, while business men and ethers whose experience enables them te speak where of they knew pronounce its work te be super ior in the essential points of cheapness, con venience and durability te that of the old pre cess, and we arc willing te give our patrons a guarantee of the perfectly satisfactory char acter of its work. Specimens et Binding may be seen at the Is Is TELLieExcEii eflice, and all persons desiring a neat and substantial piece of work in this line are invited te call ami inspect the numerous advantages we have te offer, and which enable us te turn out Geed and Durable AA'erk at prices lower than any ether printing establish ment In the city. ltd ItBY GOODS. SPECIAL BARGAINS IN SEW STYLE LAWNS. Opcncn this day one case et 3,000 Yards of Lawns, te be sold at the Lew Price of 10 cts. per yard. Purchasers can save at least 3 cents per yard by anticipating their wants ler the coming AA'arm AVeather, and buying these goods new, at EAHSESTOCK'S, Next Doer te the Court Heuse. WJUTISG IXKS, &V. U1 SE THE BEST. HARRISON'S CELEBRATED WRITING IMS, FLUIDS AXD MUCILAGE. Give them a trial. Ask yenr stationer for them and take no ether. 4S-SPECIAL BATES for inks in bulk for Schools and Colleges. HAKBISOX STAJfVFAVTUBIXG CO., 512 Broadway, Xew Yerk. Please mention this paper. feb5-lmd&w HAPPY RELIEF Te all suffering from chronic diseases of all kinds. Confidential consultation invited per sonally or by mail. Xew method of treatment. Xew and reliable remedies. Boek and circu lars sent free in sealed envelopes. Address Heward Association, 419 X. Xiuth street, Phil adelphia, Pa., an Institution having a high reputation for honorable conduct and prole prele prole enal skill. mur-lyd TOY LOCHER'S COUGH SYRUP. PMIUBIM H. HOTJGKHTOINS COACH WORKS, Ne. 20 West Vine Street, Rear of the Lamb Hetel. NOTICE. Te all who may want a First-class Shifting Tep Buggy, Tretting Bugyy or Jump Scat Can iuiie, Phaeton or Market "Wagen, or any repairing done in my line, please give me a call. All my Xew "Werk is first-class and at the V ery Lewest Prices. Alse, all repairing done at my shop is done at short notice, and the Best Style and Lewest Price. NOTICE. Gentlemen, I will at all times exchange a Xew Wagen 011 a geed, sound Herse or Mules, at H. HOUGHTON'S, Ne. 20 'West Vine Street, Lancaster, Pa. CLOTllISd. NEW GOODS ren FALL & WINTER. AA'c arc new prepared te show the public one of the largest stocks of READYMADE CLOTHING ever exhibited in the city et Lancaster. Geed working Suits ler men ifii.iiu. uoeu -'-$-'' Cassimeic Suits for men $7.W). Our All A oel Men's Suits that we are selling ler $!.) are as geed us you can buy elsewhere for sf 12.00. Our stock of Overcoats are immense. All grades and every variety of styles and colors, ler men, boys and youths, all our own manufac ture. Full line of Men's, Youths and Beys Suits. Full line of Men's, Youths' and Beys' Overcoats. CUSTOM DEPARTMENT ! AVc are prepared te show one et the best stocks of Piece Goods te select from and have made te order ever shown in the city. They are all arranged en tallies titled up expressly se that every piece can be examined betere making a selection. All our goods have been purchased before the rise in woolens. A e are prepared te make up ingoed style and at short notice ami at bottom prices. AVe make te or der an All AA'oel Suit for $12.00. By 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 and examine our stock and be convinced as te the truth el which we afllrm. MYERS & RATHFON, Centre Hall, Ne. 13 East. King Street. s PECIAL NOTICE. 66. 63. Mansman&Bre. uMl'GLOSM SALE! OF OVERCOATS AND HEAVY SUITINGS. SPECIAL 1XDUCEMEXTS te bnvnrs et Clnthinir in order te make room fnriihinreSPRIXG STOCK new being iiianu- factured. and we are needing room. We offer well-made and stylish Clothing for Men and Beys LOWER PRICES than ever heard of before, although Goods are going up every day. AA'e will sell, for we must have the room. Loek at Our Astonishingly List : JiOAT Price OA'EUCOATS! OA'ERCOATS! OVERCOATS: for $2.90, ler $3.83, fer$5.S5, fer$(i.7.". OA'ERCOATS ! OVERCOATS ! OVERCOATS ! for $7.75. for $9.7."), for $10.73. OVERCOATS ! OVERCOATS ! OVERCOATS for $12, $14, $1C and $20. These are heavy-lined Overcoats, carelully made and splcndfdly trimmed. OA'ERCOATS! OA'ERCOATS! OA'ERCOATS for $7.30, ier $S.30, for $9.30, for $1'J. OVERCOATS ! OA'ERCOATS ! OVERCOATS ! for $15, for $18, for $20. These are Plaid-Back Overcoats, equal te custom work. HEAVY, MEX'S SUITS ! for $3.30, $1.00, $3.00, $7.00, $9.00, $10.00. MEX'S SUITS FOR FIXE DRESS '. for $12.00, $11.00, $13.00, $10.00, $18.00 and $20,00. BOYS' SUITS AXD OA'ERCOATS ! BOYS' SUITS from $2.23 te $10.00. BOA'S' OVERCOATS A'ERY LOW. AA'e sell only our own make and guarantee satisfaction. Meney returned en all goods net found as represented. B-Plcasc call, whether you wish te purchase or net. Is stocked with the latest styles, which we make te measure at the lowest cash prices and guarantee a perfect fit. SUITS TO ORDER from $12 upwards. PAXTS TO ORDER Irein $3.50 upwards. D. GANSMAN & BRO., MERCIIAXT TAILORS AXD CLOTHIERS, 6G & 68 NORTH QUEEN ST., S. W. Cerner el Orange, Lancaster, Pa. (Bailsman's Cerner.) ATTOJtXEYS-AT-ZA ' A. J. STEINMAX, Intelligencer Building, Southwest Cerner Cen tre Square, Lancaster, Pa W. V. HENSKL, Intelligencer Building, Southwest Cerner Ccn tre Square. Lancaster, Pa. HENRY A. RILEY Attorney and Counseller-at-Law 21 Park Rew, Xew Yerk. Collections made in all parts of the United States, and a general legal business transacted. Refers by permission te Steinman & Henscl. CIIAS. K. KLIN;. Atterncy-at-Law, Xe. 15 Xerth Duke street, Lancaster, Pa. All kinds of Conveyances promptly drawn. marl3-lvd&w AGBIVTTLTUBAC riUK ACADEMY CONNECTED "WITH JL Franklin and Marshall College otters su Serier advantages te young men and boys no eslre either teprepare for college or te obtain a thorough academic education. Students re ceived at any time during the school year Send for circulars'. Address . REV. JAMES CBAAVFORD ectll-lvd Lancaster. Pa. COAOIl WORKS. DBY "WALL isse. WALL PAPERS, WALL PAPERS, WALL PAPERS, WALL J'APERS, WALL PAPERS, WALL PAPERS. HAGER & BROTHER Are receiving all the XEAV SPRIXG STYLES of PAPER HANGINGS, In large assortment of EMBOSSED GILT, BUOX7.K, SATIN'S, UROUXDED and BLACK PAPER, with Dade Frieze and Borders te match, for Parlors, Halls, Libraries, Dining-rooms and Chambers. As our orders for the above were placed before the advance, we shall eon tin ue te sell at the old low price. Estimates mailu and piper hung by expeiieuced paper hangers. AVindew Shades, Shading and Fixtures in full assortment. Alse, Weel Terrysaiid Cretonnes, Nottingham Laces and Lace Curtains, AValnut and Gilt Window Headings and Cornice Pele-, etc. Call and examine. GREAT LINEN SALE AT NEW YORK STORE. JUST OPEXED A SPI.F.XDID LINE OF TABLE LINENS AT OLD PRICES. LOOM DICE LIXEXS, at 22, 23, 31, 37 and 50c. per yard. BLEACHED and YARN BLEACHED DAMASKS, at 37K, 13, 50, 53, 2J., 75, S7JA-. and $1 each. An Elegant Line of FIXE BARXSLEY DAMASKS, at$l per yard. BARGAIN'S IX TOAVELS, at 3, 10, 12., 13, 2.1, 23, I7 and 30c. each. 100 DOZEN" FIXE DAMASK TOWELS, at 23c. each. WATT 20 & 22 EAST -JeF-Will shortly remove te STIRK'S CHIN'A K1XES AXD IjIi)UOBS. S. CLAY MILLER RESPECTFULLY calls the attention of his friends as well as the public in general te his Superior Stock of Old Whiskies ; Gibsen's, Dougherty's, Gughenhehrer, Hannissville, Overhelt and Gaft's Pure Rye, from four te eijht years old, which he has recently bought from first hands for Cash, and will sell from the original package at reasonable prices, at Ne. 33 Penn Square. EVJiXITVHE. A SPECIAL INVITATION TO ALL. Te examine my stock of Parler Suits. Cham ber Suits, Patent Rockers. Easy Chairs, Katun Rockers. Hat Racks. Marble Tep Tables, Ex tension Tables. Sideboards, Hair, Husk, Wire and Common Mattresses, Boek Cases, Ward robes, Eseriieirs. Upholstered Cane and AVoed Seat Chairs, Cupboards, Sinks, Deughtrays, Breakfast Tables, Dining Tables, Ac, always en hand, at prices that are acknowledged te be as cheap as the cheapest. UPHOLSTERING IX ALL ITS BRANCHES. REPAIRING PROMPTLY' AXD NEATLY' DOXE. Picture Frames en hand and made te order erder Regilding done at Reasonable Rates at the New Picture Frame and Furniture Stere, 15 EAST KING STREET, (Over Bursk's Grocery and Sprechcr's Slate Stere.) WALTER A. HEIKITSH, (Schindler's Old Stand), CABLETS. i HEAT I.ARGAINS. A Large Assortment of all kinds et CARPETS Arc still sold at lower rates than ever at the CARPET HALL OF H. S. SHIRK, 202 AVEST KING STREET. Call and examine our steckand satisfy your self that we can show the largest assortment of Brussels, Three plies and Ingrains at all prices at the lowest Philadelphia nrices, and the Latest Patterns. Alse en hand a large anil "emplete assortment et RAG CARPETS. SafJ isfaetien guaranteed both as te pric and qual ity. Particular attention given custom work. Carpet woven when parties will Jinn I their own Rage. I am payings cents in cash and 9 cents in trade for Fine Carpet Ragssli Balls. mySS-ttd&win MUSICAL 1XSTBUMEXTS. -THE- L Without a doubt furnish the UN EST IN STRUMENTS in the Market. AAareroems .;:e North Queen street. Manufactory 111 the rear. Branch Oflice, 15 East King Street. Alex. McKillips, Proprietor. Alse Ascnt for Lancaster County for ClilCIvERIXG & SON'S Celebrated PIANOS. A Full Line of Sheet and ether Music, Small Instruments, Aielins, Banjos, Band Instru ments, &c, always en hand. fl:HydS&lyw TIXWABE, C. "1ALL ON SHEUTZER, HUMPHKEVILLK KJ x. iviEJ: J-1 R, manufacturers of TIN AXD SIIEET-IROX AVORK, and dealers in GAS FIXTURES AXD HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. Special attention given te PLUMBING, GAS and STEAM FITTING Ne. 40 East King Street, Lancaster, Pa. Oman GOODS. PAPER isse. H AG-EIi & 13 :r?.-"i LlV. THE- KING STREET. HALL, 8 and 10 East King Street. GIET DBAHIXGS. Altheri.j-;i :;v WEALTll OF KY., THE C03I310N- ind Fairest in the Werl I. 13th Popular Monthly Drawing OP THE C0IIM0NWEALTH DISTRIBUTION CO. At Micauley's Theatre, In the City of Louis ville, en WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31st, 1330. Tliisu Drawings, authorized by act et the Legislature et lSi'J. and sustained by all the court) of Kentucky occur regularly en tlie last day of every month (Sundays excepted), and are supervised by prominent citizens of tl State. Themanagcment call attention te the granc. oppeitiinity presented of obtaining, for only $i any of the following prizes lpilze $:!0.000 1 piixc 1 prize 10 pilzes $1,000 each. 31 piizes 500 each 100 prixes, $100 each.. SUOpn-csSOcach 000przes20each 10,000 5.000 10.1X10 10.000 10,000 10.0011 12,000 lo.e 10 2,700 1.MJ0 juuu pi-zes lueacu 9 pr.zcs .Toe each, approximation prizes S pi-jces 200 each, " " J pi-y.es 100 each, " " I'm prizes Whde tickeN. fti flI2,lW half tickets. $1; 27 tickets $50;55Uckets.$l(-0. All amplicatiens forclubratesslieuld he made te the wine eflice. ... , ,,, Full list of drawing published in Louisville Cottric-Jeurnal and Xew Yerk HtrttUl and mailed te all ticket-holders. Send all orders by money or bank draft in Iettei or by ex press. Orders of $5 and upward, by express, can be sent at our expense. Address R. M BOAR3M AX. Courier-Journal Building, Lou Leu Sville. -Ivy., or at 103 Broadway. Xew Yerk. If28-TuTliftS&w HDXEY AXD IAVEB CUM:. WARNER'S SAFE EEIEDIES! WARNER'S SAFE PILLS Areani-imediatc stimulus tera Torpid Liver cure Costiveness. Dyspepsia, Biliousness Bilious Diarrheea, Malaria, Fever and Ague and are useful at times in nearly all Di-ea-es te causea free and regularactien of thu Bowels. The bct antidote ter all Malarial PoNen. These l'ills are. the discovery of an Knglish army pi yslciai. ami have been used with the uieatcat success among the British troops in India. Tliev are only manufactured iu this country by II. II. AVaRNER & CO. "WARNER'S SAFE NERVINE, The linireved discovery et probably the most skillful ner-e doctor in the world, quickly gives rest and sleep te the suffering, cures Headacle and Neuralgia, prevent'- Epileptic Fits, am is the best remedy for Nervous Pros tration lreuglit en by excessive drin klng.over klng.ever klng.over werk.nnnta'lhhoeksandothercauses.ItrcHeves the Paliuefall Diseases, utid is iieverinjurieus te the syitem. The best of all Nervines. Ret tie of two sizes: prices, 50 cents and SI. Warner's Safe Kidney anil Liver Cure, SaTe Diabetes, Cure, Sare Hitters and Safe Tonic are also uperler remedies unequalled in their respective fields of disease. AVaniT' Safe Remedies arc sold by Drug gists ami, Medicine Dealers generally through out the enuntry. . Send fiirpampiuci nnu lesiimeii-iu-i. II. . II. WAUNEK S UO., i.eciiesier, .. fdlO-Tu.Th&Sd&w AE. McCANN, AUCTIONEER OF REAL Estate and Personal Property. Orders left at Ne, 35 Charlette street, or at the Black Herse Hc-el, and 46 North Queen street, will receive t) 'nipt attention. Bills made out and attended t without additional cost. e27ly HMD t CllrUI TXAVEUZRS' GUIDE, JANCASTEK AND M1LLEUSVILLK U. K i Cars run as fellows : Leave Lancaster (P. R. Depot), at 7, ., an.l 11:30 a. m., and 2, 4. G and S-Jie p. m., except en Saturday, when the last car leaves at ifcSO p. m. Leave Millersville (lower end) at 5, S, and a. M.. and 1, .". 5 and 7 p. in. Cars run daily en above time except en Suit dav. "1i COLUMBIA AND PORT DEPOSIT R. R. j Trains new run regularly en the Columbia ami i-ort x-epesu liuureaii time: 011 the tollewlns.- Stations Neuthwakd. Express. Pert Deposit '. fisat lVaehhottem 7:07 Fife's Eddv. 7r.il MeCall's Ferry 7:"l Shenk's Ferry. 7:.'1 Safe Harber. 7:."7 Celuuibia iKi Acceil. v. si. 2:: .": 4:W :17 1:11 4 4I Stations Selthwaki. Ai-fem. Express a. m. v. si. Ham t;rJ) n.:; f.:in r. si. 1'itO W-M lJ:::i 7:irt 12:.-l 7:20 1:11 -.VI 2:l."i San Columbia Safe Harber.... Shenk's Ferrv... McCatl's Ferfv.. File's Eddy...... Peaelibottem Pert Deposit 1 PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD NEW SCHEDULE On and utter Sl'XDAA. XOA. Dili, 1S7!, trains en the Pennsylvania Railroad will arrive and leave the Lancaster and Philadelphia depots as follews: Arrive l'hilad'a 3:ftt a.m 7:00 -7: te 10:1m"" 12:dl"V. Eastw.i:i. Leave Lane'ter Atlantic Express, Philadelphia Express,.... Fast Line Yerk Aceem. Arrives;... Hurrisburir Express 12:25 a.m. 4:10 5:20 ' 7::a " 7::J5 ' S:!5 " H:10 1:20 " DillervilleAcceiu. Arrive-, Columbia Aceem meilat ten Frederick Aceem. Arrives. Paeihe Express, Sunday Mall Johnstown Express, Day Express llarrisburg Accoiitiuedat'n 1:25 r.M.I ftie " 2:m) -k I 5:oe :;:05 " 5::u 5:20 " 7:20 " 0:25 " I '.:: " i.cae Aimv Philad'n Lane'ter I2:."JI a.m. 5:00 .M. sum - 10:05 ' 10:10 " S.txi " Ma Si " 11:07 ' saw io:5e 11:50 " 2:l i: 2:15 " 2:5.1 " 2:50 r.M. 5:1;. " 4:00 " 7r-f 5:00 " 7:25 tir25 ' s'-r,e I !:le " I1...I " 11:55 " 2.10 a. 11 Wkstwai:i. AVay Pas-enger, X iagani Express Hanover Accommodation,. Mail Train Ne. l.via .Alt..ley. Mail Train Ne. 2,via Cel'hia. Sunday Mall, Fast Line, Frederick Accommodation, DillervilleLocal.via.Alt.Jey Harrishurg Aecoiuuieilat'ii, Columbia Accommodation. Ilarri-burg Express, Pittsburg Expie-s, Cincinnati E.pre Pacific Exprc-s Paeitie Express, i-.i-t. en Suiuhiv, u iu-u d..- L'eil, will step at Middlctewn. Eliabcthten 11 . Mt. Jey, Lumlisville, Rird-in-il.tud, Li-m.iu Place, Gap, Chri-liaiia, Parl.e&hurg, t'eati -. . nie, w:iki:iiiii aim uieu i.eeu. Fa-t Line, west, en Sunday, when Unified, will step at Dowiiiiigtnwii.Ceale-ville. P:.r!.- burg. Jit. Jey, Elizabethtown and Vi i.I.ll.-'eu , Hanover Accommodation, west, connect- .it Lam-aster with N iagi.ra Expr -ss west, at le:., a. si., and will run tlin.nn .,. Hanover. Frederick Accommodation, uc.-t.cein 1 ctsnt Lancaster, Willi Fast Line, west, at 2:10 r. si., and will run through te Frederick. 1 READING AND COLUMBIA RAlLUt AP. On and alter lle.Mi.n, OCT. i;ru, . , passenger trains will run en tld- loud a. I t 10 ws: Tuains Geixn Seuth, a.m. a.m. r. si. r.si. Reading, 1:'.'A 11:55 i;:I' i. si. , ; .... Reinhnlds, S:01 12:21 1 0:!5 .... Kphratu, s:IS 12:10 f 7:1k. ... Akren S:2I 12:15 7:- Litiz S:i:i 1:02 7:2:. ... Manheiui :wl 1:1:1 7::. .. Lancaster Jiinctieu,.. U:ii5 l:t.i 7:15 .. Lamlisville, '.i:ln I:::u 7:..e Columbia, 11:15 l:.V. s:20 Dillerville, llrJ7 2:02 s::.; Lancaster, '.:: 2:i5 S:I0 , .:0n King Street, !:I5 .... sr2e , .':lu llarnNh l:5s S::; :.yi West Willow Itiati s:!2 .":.' Caumgardner, I0:(r.l S:I7 5i Pei 111 t-u, 10:17 S:55 .., Relton leri! 11:01 i.ari Xew Providence, ;e::!4 .... li:12 (i:15 lies-', 10:12 a-lll 0:2S (Jiiarryvllle 10-50 !iri" 1.:... Tuaixs Goixe Xeirru. a.m. v. si. i. si. a. si. Ouarryville, 'J:l" .... 2..T. 7-5e lle.-s, li-52 2.11 7:.V New Providence, B-5'J 2: is s:i:i ICetten, 7:11 , 2:5.i -r.7 Peuea, 7:1S 3:ii5 s:."" l.aumgarilner, 7:2i; :!:l.s s:i:s AVest Willow, 7::.'2 .... :!:1S S:S'. Ilarnish,.: 7:11 ( :'.tJ f.'m King Street, 7:55 .":I0 't:20 Lancaster, s-.e." J:C!l :!:.'i :::? Dillerville S:s i:t. ::::,:: .... Columbia. S:00 1:00 .":.- Landisvilie t::v l:::e l.el Lancaster Junction,... .-::;) 1:2". 1:15 Manheiui, 8:J'J I:ls 1-20 Litiz, !):0O 2:'l 4:. Akren Mr, 2:IS 1:17 Epln-ata, 0:2:5 2ri" liV! .... RelnheldsVllle, U:I2 2:W 5:11 .... Reading, 10:05 :i:20 5-50, Tmins connect at Readipg with train- te anil from Philadelphia, I'etts'ville, Harri-liur-;, l l lcntewn and New Yerk. At Columbia with trains te ami from Yerk, Hanover, Gettysburg, Frederick and Baltimore. A.M. WILSON, Supt. r OCAL 51 AIL ARRANGK-tlENTS. HOURS FOR CLOSING THE MAILS. BY RAILROAD. New Yehk tiiiieliii mail. 7:00 a m, I2::;e p in, 1:15 p m ami ll:.;e p 111. Way Mail, east, 7 a 111. GeltiHixviLLE, Dowuiiigtewn, Lramaii Place, Gap Op m. PniLADELriiiA, through mail, 7 and 1) a in, 12:50, 4: 15 and Il::!0pm. PiTTSiiuiiiiii uml west, l:a)iiinl UZXi p 111. HAltuisuL'ite Mail, 10 a in, IS?'. 5:15 ami ilil p m. Way Mail, west, 10 a 111. IEaltimeiie am Wasiiixote.v, via Philadel phia, 1:50 m. Baltisieise asm Wasiiixotejt, via Y'erl:, 1:30 p m. Baltijieiie asd Washington, via llarrisburg, 11:."0 p m. Ceatesvills, l:!5 Jim. Celusiisia, le a 111, Inland 5:1.1 p in. A'OIIK AND YOHK WAY, lillailll 1110 p III. NeltTIIEIUr CC.NTI'AL, 10 11 III, llulld HSVlp III. Keaiumj. via Reading and Columbia R R, 7:.;e a m and 12:.'Xpm. Readix". via llarrisburg, 5:15 and ll::xipm. Rkaiune way, via Junction, Litiz, Manlicim, East ilemplield and Kphratu, : p in. QL'AituxviLLK, Camargo, ICelteu, New Preyi deuce. West Willow. Lime A'alley and Martins ville, 'J::0a m, aud 1:'-Vl p in. New Helland, Churchtown, Green hank, Blue Ball, Goedvillc, Beartown, by way el Downingtown, at 7 a m ami r, , in. Safe IlAiiiien, via Columbia. 10 am. BY STAGE Millersvilli! and Slackwater, te Sate Harber, daily, at -an p m. Te Millersville, Sand 11 am, and I ) in. Binkley's Bridge, Leacecl:, Bareviile, New Helland, 2::;e p in. Willow Street, Smithville, Ihick, Che-tuiit Level, Green, Peters' Creek, Plea-ant (ireye. Reck Springs. Fail-mount and RewlaudsviKc, Md, daily, at 7 am. Lamlis Valley, Oregon, AVest Earl. Farmer villi:, Hinkletown, Terre Hill, 3iartinihile. daily, at 2:20 p in. Fertility, Inn peter and AVhcatland Mi!N, te Str.Lsburg, dally, at 4 p in. Greenland and Soudersburg, te Pai-adi-e dally, at 4 p m.. Nell'sville, daily, at 4 p in. New Danville, Conestoga, Marticville, CUe man ville, .Mount Nebo. Rawlin-vilie. Bellies a and Liberty Square, daily, at 2-.i p m. WHEN OPEN' FOR DELIA ERY. ARRIVING BY RAIL. Eastern mail, 7 a r, 10:45 a in. 3 and ',-. p in. Exstern way mail, 10:45 a m. Western mail, 7 and 10 a in, 2 and ',? p m. Reading, via Reading and Columbia, 2:.Z)p III. f v Western way majl, 8 am. '.Cil'lllln ,il 111.&1I. l'V . 111. -. ARR1VINGBY STAGE. Frem Safe Harber . and Millersville, at 9 a m, daily. Frem Millersville, 7 and !la in, and 4 p in. Frem New Helland, at '.K'M a in, daily. Frem Rewlandsvllle. Mil, at 2:50 p in. Reading way mail, at ViOUn m. daily. FremSti-asburg,atli--iOam,daiIy. - Frem Paradi-e te IinciL-ter, lea in, daily - -Frem Neltsville. at 1 p in, daily. Frem RawliiiHville.at 11 am. DELIVERIES BY CARRIERS. There are four mall deliveries by letter car riers each day, and en their return tri--. they take up the mail mutter deposited in the letter boxes. . , Fer the first delivery the carriers leave the office at ::i0.a in; second delivery at 10a m; third delivery at U a m ; :euriii cieiivery av m. SUNDAY POSTOFFICE HOURS. On Sunday the po-teflice is open from April 1 te October I. from 8 te 'J a m. and from U te 7 p iu : from October 1 teApril I,f reiu 'J te 10 a in, and from te 7 u in. -T LEAVIN, M. .. GRADUATE OF THE 1. Ui niversitvet Doniat, Uussia, formerly of Berlin. Germany, Ne. 2U AA est King stre!t. Oflice hours from a te 10 a. m., 1 te 2 p. m.and 0 te S p. m. j2S-2md M ARCUS U. SEUNEK, HOUSE CAEPENT.EE, Xe. 120 North Prince street. Prompt and particular attention paid te al tcratlen and repairs. sUMycl T OCHER'S COUGIT.SYBUP IS THE BEST I V.