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LANCASSTEll DAILY liifLLLiOENCLU. MONDAY NOTEMBEll 29 1880
rmcastet Intelligencer. MONDAY EVENING, NOV. 29, 1880. Way er the WerM. r Fresh Gleanings from the Heme and For eign Crep or Humer. One of the first requisitions received from a newly-appointed railway station agent was ; " Send me a gallon of red oil for the danger lau terns." - Temmy (whose mamma bad been read ing te him about Eve and the serpent) : " She wasn't like you, mamma, for you're afraid of a mouse." " I believe in bananas in the abstract, but net in the concrete," said an old gen tleman, as he painfully arose from the as. phalt walk. "If I punish you," said a mamma te her little girl, ''you don't suppose I de se for my pleasure, de you ?" Then whose pleasure is it for, mamma '.'" "Yeu are an idiot !" angrily exclaimed a domineering wiCag "Se my friends said when I married yen?' replied the husband. And she became mere infuriated than ever. " Yeu ought te travel for your health." "But I have neither the money nor the in clination." "I'll tell you what te de steal $10,000, and then you will have both the inclination and the means te travel !" TweKcutuckians had been stepping at a Chicago hotel. One of them was fiercely disputing the correctness of the bill which the clerk had just presented te him. when the ether took him by the arm and said. "Colonel, never forget that you area Keu tuckiau. Kill the clerk, but pay the bill." The German papers teli this story iu connection with Baren Rothschild's death : A meets B. weeping and sobbing aloud. Says A. " Why de you weep?" " Be cause," says B, as if his heart were break ing, " because he is dead the pewerful1 and rich baron." " But,' replied A, why de you cry se much ; he was no relation of yours ?" "That's just what I am crying about," howled B, meie affected than ever. If any one were te say that the famous picture of Colonel Mulbery Sellers placing a candle inside an empty stove counterfeit a cheerful lire, was net original with Mark Twain he would doubtless be scoffed at. Nevertheless, if any one will turn te the memories of Saint Simen, he will find that this ingenious device was invented about two hundred and fifty years age by the Prince of Leen and his wife, at Bruy crcs. "One winter's day." wc are told, "the weed gave out, yet at night the stove shone as brightly as ever. The Chevalier dc Konau, who was acquainted with the state of the weed pile, was sur prised, approached the lire, felt the stove and found it icy cold a lamp placed in side made it glow." COMCXID). Ilent-atli (lie linden Miady, I Kit. with my heart's laiiye. Oiitcutci'i, liaml in hand. Thciu net a lent was blowing, Tlichim was brightly gle.ving Down en the silent l:ml. The tiiiici wcceuld net uieaMiic. N le-d weie we in pleasure. fcrurctily our hearts did beat. W h.cathcd no word why should v ! Wc questioned net hew could we 7 Wc km: w that life was sweet. Wc rated net ler the morrow, We knew net pain or sonew. Leve was net lar away. Frem the dear eye? a greeting, kiss tiein watm lips meeting Se passed the happy day. At the Komau Cemiquc some fifty years age the juvenile leading lady el a strolling company was cast as Juliet ; she was a young mother, and her baby was put iuhcrdrcss ing room te be near her and for security. But just before the balcony .scene, the young tyrant became unruly. " " :: 5 A mother's tact hit upon the ti tie seething syi up. She nestled the infant te her breast, and from that moment the young villian became silent as a mouse Being called, she hasl ily mounted the rostrum that sup ported the supposed balcony, throwing a lace scarf ever her shoulders, which con cealed the babe ; and leaning ever the bal cony, with her ether arm pensively placed en her cheek, she looked the picture of in nocence and beauty. The sccuc opened and went beautifully. But, alas ! Juliet liasle appear and disappear tl:ic times, and in her elleit te de se gracefully, and yet con ceal the child, she stumbled against the iron brace that held up the frail structure. Down fell the balcony, and, le ! the love lorn maiden was discovered with a baby at her breast seated en a tub, that served for a steel, and at her feet, accidculially placed there by the thirsty carpenter, was a quart pet. The said carpenter was dis covered en all fours, steadying with his back the i ickety structure above. The Friend of llclicate Ladies. Warner's sale Kidney and Liver (Jmc l the remedy that will care the many diseases pe culiar te wenie!i. Headaches, neuralgia, tils tils erdered nerves, weakness, mental shocks, anil kindred ailment-, are effectually removed bv it.s use. The Mether's Magazine. 1 Mire Sign, li you see a lad v drop her glove and a gen tleman by the side et her, kindly telling her te pick it up. you need net hesitate in lerming un opinion that they are married, and it you sec a man or woman's face all covered with blotches and pimples, you must net hesitate but tell them te use Spring Blossoms, Prices : M cents : trial bottles 10 cent-. Fer sale by 11 . B. Cochran, Druggist, 137 and IS North Queen street, Lancaster, i'a. 15 Yeung Sawbones. Seme young surgeons wlieuaccldcnt happen. In order their great skill te show, Out the leg oil" close te the thigh. When they enlv should cut oil the tee; Like cutting oil" a deg's tail bv the c:iri, Or the skinning alive of the frog, 1 t's all very well as a surgical case, I5ut devilish tough en the leg. 'Tis much better by far when you're wounded. Or have either Cut, liruise or 'Burn. Te Hud Kclectric Oil is the very bet.t thing. And it won't take you long se te learn. Kclectric Oil I'aragruplicr. Fer sale by Jl. 15. Cochran, druggist, 137 and 1"9 North ucen street Lancaster. IV. 1(J j'Ai'izjt JiAxaiyuit, Ac. w HAVE A LOT Ol' LIGHT COLOK WINDOW SHADES, Geed Patterns, that will be closed out nt the low price el fifty cents. These are a decided bargain, as some have been reduced from one dollar te fifty cents nnicce, l'I,Al WINDOW SHADING by the yard, Lavender, llliie. Garnet, Stene, &v. Brown, Old Geld, Carttiu.il, liruwn, Ecru, Green and White SCOTCH HOLLANDS. PAPER CURTAINS, -;iils:;c rix!iii., Fi luges. Leeps, Tassels, .Ve. il.ulirs. almost dully New Designs of WALL PAPER. Our fateek I" Liu; Newest FaMil'iiiK. and A Hi net I ve, of the Extn ThcHcM, ciiiiilf-.t:iuil Cheap'-t made. PHARES W. FRY, Ne. 57 NORTH QUEEN ST. rjO TO UfWAI.T'.S I'Olt H0N0N6AIIELA PUKE RYE. Alse OAKDALE PURE RYE WHISKY, !i.", ,. Llqnid SSd&S" "VlerallnK Tonic lali Best Sugars, Coffees, Teas, &c, All at Ne. 203 WEST KING STREET. MJEDICjLL. HOSTBTTBR'S CELEBRATED i Meets the requirements et the lattenal medi cal philosophy which at present prevails. It is a pcrlectly pure vegetable remedy, embracing the three important pepertlcs of a preventive, a tonic, and an alterative. It fortifies the body against disease, invigorates and revital izes the torpid stomach and liver, and effects a most salutary change in the entire system, when lu a ineibid condition. Fer sale by all Druggists anil Dealers gener ally. nl-lvdeed&Iyw INVESTIGATION ! DR. GREENE has successfully treated ever 1,000 of the most difficult chronic (se called) in curable cases during a nine month's practice. The most et them had been the rounds of the leading physicians of Lancaster county. DU. GREENE is ready at any time te meet a committee et the Lancaster County Medical Society at the Opera Heuse or elsewhere te dis cuss the merits et Omnipathy and prove Its superiority ever all ether pathics in vogue. The people are greatly interested ami de mand the fullest investigation. Invalids are every week dying in this county w hose lives could be saved. Is there any subject about which the masses arc mere concerned than restoration te health, and the prolonging of their lives? Dr. G. originated and is new the owner of 2'J Medical I'uds. He especially warns the public against thenumerousceuntcrleits new ettered the people. Dr. Greene does an exclusive office business. Patient who -cannot call at his offices must semi lull description et afflictions. Hundreds el deaths have occurred here in nine mouths ; only two in his practice. Consultations free. Catarih cured ter 50 cents. Cure quick for Catarrh sent te any ad dress for 50 cents. Send ler 12 page pamphlet. DR. C. A. GREENE, Ne. 23G NOKTH OUKEN STREET, 30 UdMWF&S Lancaster, I'a. Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham, OF LYNN, MASS., Has Made tim Discovery! Her !'( c table Compeuud the Savier 3 of Her Sex. Health, Hepo and Happiness Re stored by the use of LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S Vegetable Compound, The Positive Cure Fer All Female Complaints. This preparation, as its name signifies, con eists et Vegetable Properties that are harmless te the most delicate invalid. Upen one trial the merits of this compound will be recognized, as relict is immediate; and when its use is con tinue!, in ninety-nine cacs in a hundred, a permanent cure is etlected, as thousands will testily. On account of its proven merit", it is te-day recommended and preset ihed by the best physicians in the country. It will cure entirely the weist lerm of tailing of the uterus, Lcucoriheca, irregularand pain ful Menstruation, all Ovarian Tiouble, In flammation and Ulceration, Flooding.", all Dis placements and the consequent Miin.il weak ness and i- especially adapted te the Ciange of Lite. Iu tact it has proved te be the greatest and best remedy that has ever becu discovered. It permeates every portion of the system, ami kIvcs new lite and vigor. Ilrcmove.-i laintncss, flatulency, destroys all craving ler stimulants, and relieves weakness of the stomach. It cures Bleating, Headaches, Nervous Pios Pies Pios tratien. General Debility. Sleeplessness, De pression and Indigestion. Thai leelingel bear ing down, causing pain, weight ami back-ache, is always permanently cured by its use. It will at all times, ami under all ciiciuiislant'cs, act in harmony with the law that governs the female system. Fer Kidney complaints et cither te this Compound is unsurpassed. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is; prepared at 233 and 233 Western Avenue, Lynn, Muss. Price $1. Six bottles ter $5. Sent by mail in the form ei pills, also in the form of lozenges, en receipt et price, $1 per box, for either. Mrs. PINEIIAM trecly answers all let ters of inquiry. Send ler pamphlet. Address as above. Mention th is paper. Ne family should be without LYDIA K. PINKHAM'S LIVER PILLS. Thevcure Con stipation, liilieusness and Torpidity of the Liver. 25 cents per box. Johnsteii, Holleway & Ce., General Agents, riiiludclnliia. Fer sale by C. A. Lecher, 9 East King btieet and Gee. V. Hull, 15 West King street. J-2!).lvtleed&w DltUVS, AC. riUHJSSES! TRUSSES!! TRUSSES!!! Sullerers lrem Itupture will lintl the salest, easiest and.chcapest Trusses in the world en exhibition and ter bale by ANDREW G.FREV, Cor. X. Queen and Orange Sts., Lane. Pa. Alse the only sure cure ler PILES. Frey's Universal Pile Suppository never tailed. Price 50 and 73 cents a box. LOCKER'S A POSITIVE CURE FOR EPIZOO TIC AND DISTEMPER IN HORSES. PREPARED AXD SOLD 11 CHAS. A. LOCHER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST, NO. 9 KAST K1NU STKKET. elG-tfd COUGH NO MORE ! U8E ;A Certain Cure Fer COUGHS, COLDS, SORE THROAT, And all Diseases of the THROAT AND LUNGS. Fer the relief of Consumptives in all stages of the Disease. Prepared and sold only at HULL'S DRUG STORE Ne. 15 WEST KING STREET, aug2S-lyd- LANCASTER, PA. MAI BITTERS Epizootic unre ana DRY GOODS, SOTIOS8, JtC. A STKICIi BROS.' ADVERTISEMENT. ASTRICH BR0.S' 13 EAST K1XG STREET. 13 EAST KING STREET. 13 EAST KIXG STREET. 13 EAST KIXG STREET. 13 EAST KIXG STREET. WE AKU DISPLAYING NOW THE LATEST NOVELTIES IX - WINTER MILLINERY HATS. Triuuned Dcibiesat 50c Satin Trimmed Derbies $1.00 Satin Trimmed Dcrbies,trimmcd with Cord anil Tassels $1.25 Moscow Beaver Hats 39c Fine Felt Hats, Ilenuets 'J3c Large Imitation Reaver Hats, iu drab, white, fawn color and Muck at 73c SPECIAL BARGAIN. LARGE, FIXE HEAVER FUR HATS, REAVER FUR HATS, REAVER FUR HATS, REAVER FUR HATS, Ot lite bet quality, iu all colere, at W.00. FIXE, RICH DOURLE PLUMES, te iiiaieh the Hats, from $2.30 up te $10. ELEGANT RLACK OSTRICH PLUMES at $-', $3, $1, $5. Real Ostrich Tip at 59c Fine Real Ostrich Tips at 75c Tips in all colors, at 38c Shaded Tips $2.10. up Full line of RLACK OSTRICH TIPS, lrem 23c. up te $3. FANCY WIXGS lrem 10c. upwards. RIRDS at 50c, 75c. $1. FANCY FEATHER BREASTS in great variety. FEATHER RAXDS in various styles. SKINS at 50c. VELVETS. VELVETS. Goe.l Black elvetecnat 4lai:d50e A "superb Black Velveteen, worth 1.0C, for 75c Heavy Black Silk Finished Velveteen at $1.00 per yard. Blew n. Gurnet. Saw Velveteen at (4)e EMBOSSED VELVETS, J5c. per yard. ALL SILK BLACK VELVETS, $1.00 per vard. SUPERFINE BLACK SILK VELVETS, $1.25 per yard. EXT1JA WIDTH FIXE BLACK SILK VEI.: VETS, Jill) per yard. PLUSIIE. PLUSHES. Fine Plushes at , Be-t Silk Plu&h at 24 inch Hlack Silk Plush Colored Trimming Silks Black Silks fiem . .$2.00 per yard ..$1.00 per yard ..$ii.T)0 per yard ...75c. per yard . ...75c upward at.. :it.. RARGAINS IX BLACK SATINS. BARGAINS IN BLACK SATINS. We .-ell a Splendid Black Satin for. Toe A handsome, geed, covered Black Satin ler $1 per yard. Satins, in all the new bhades, at !Hic. per yard. DRESS AXD CLOAK TRIMMINGS. DRESS AND CLOAK TRIMMINGS. Black Silk Fringes at all prices. Jei Fiinges, at . 50, fie, 75e Extra Heavy Jet Chenille Fringes, iu liie.-t handsome styles, at $1 per yard. Fine Mlfc and .let Fringes, at $1.25, $Un, J1.50, S1.S0, and upward. PASSAM KXTERIES, PASSAMEXTERI ES. Frem 25c. upward. Ki'th I'.issasuentericsut 7-, Si I, '.e Me-t elabeiate patternsin Passainenteiies, at f l. tl.12, $1.10, $l.l per vard. DRESS AXD CLOAK ORXAMEXTSat 'JO, 25, 50, 73c. LAKGE FIXE .1 ET ORXAMEXTSat $1. $1..V $2, $2.50. TiliiimiiigTa.-els at .Vic. a dozen Silk Ta-els 'n all colors ami sizes. Elegant ttlack Silk .let Tassel-, 11 inches in length, nt $1.25. 'in tis and Tassels at (l?u.ap.iir. lleavv I'.l.ick Mil: Girdles $1.0(1 a pair Rieh.letauilSilkGirdies ?l.50, $2.iie lltingariaii Spikcsauti Halls in all sizes. Cordi ami Sjilkcs at $1.25, $1.5J,$1.73. Leeps, Frogs ler Cloaks. Cleak t la"-;p--. in black, stec!. silver ami lueu;.e. Fine Cleak Clasps with chains, at 23c apiece. Elaborate Patterns at 41c. apiece. BUTTONS, in ..'el. Silk, Ciechet, Pearl ami Bronze. Large All Silk Cleak Buttens, at 25c. per de. Headed Buttens ler Cloaks, special haigaiu, 5iie. per tlez. Wc eiler this week GEKMAXTOWX WOOL IN ALL COLORS, :it $1.25 per pound. IUe. per .skein. .LPHYR WOLL IN ALL COLOUR, !'c per eunee. Crewel Weel ne.askeiu MUMiny Weel, all colei m $2.25 per peu ml saxeny wool, white $2perpcund Embroidering Silk in all colors, '25c. a bunch of 23 skeins. Emhieide ring Silk en spools, 100 vard, let iv. Knitting Silks en balls. Stlc.'a ball, '..ounce weight. Hester's. Hall Cotten, 7c. a ball, in all numbers'. White Perforated Beard 3c. a sheet Silver Perforated Beard 3c. a sheet Fancy Perforated Pattern", in Silver, ler Watch Cases, Match Safes, Slippers, and ethers, at 3c. Lamp sint'.v . AirCastlt". Hanj and'et hei s. at 25c. ing Haskcts, KID KID GLOVES. GLOVES. Geuti ( button Kill Gloves 60c Geed 8 button $103 Rest ."-button flSc Rest (i-buUen $ica Berlin Gloves, 1 elastic 13c Berlin Gloves, 2elastics 15c Berlin Gloves. ." elastics 19e Lined Berlin Gloves I2Jc milieu iteniii uievcs, - inn ciasucs isc Lined Berlin Gloves, 3 lull Plasties 20c eal Heavy Lisle Fleeced Gloves 25c Fine Merine Stocking Tep Gloves, extra Cleth Gloves 25c Clnltl's Weel Mitts 14c Ladies' Knitted Mitts 25c Beys' Knitted Gloves 25c Ladies' Kit! Driving Gauntlets 75c Mens' Knitted Weel Mhts 25c Mens' Heavy Gauntlets 50c Mens' Buck Gauntlets 75c Fine Caster Gloves $1 13 Pulse Warmers, line 10c Beys' Kill Mitts, with lur tops 50c Beys' Chamois Gloves, lined u.'e Gents' Stitched Kid Gloves $l 25 Child's Lined Berlin Gloves 15c Child's Heavy All Weel Cashmere Gloves. .20e HANDKERCHIEFS. HANDKERCHIEFS. Hemmed Handkerchiefs 3c All Linen Handkerchiefs, hemmed 5c Ladies' Fine All Linen Handkerchiefs 10c Ladies' All Linen Hemstitched Hdfs 12lc Ladies' Fine Linen 2-in. Hemstitched HiHs..lUc Ladies' Fine Colored Bordered Hdfs 10c Ladies' Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs. Colored Benier. 17c Ladies' Linen Hemstitched Handker chiefs. Colored Berder. 23c Gents' Colored Bordered llandkcrchiels Sc Gents' Fine Linen Handkerchiefs 17c Gents' Fine Hemstitched llandkcrchiels 43c Fine Silk Handkerchiefs 25c Large Silk Handkerchiefs 40c Black Silk Handkerchiefs $100 White Hemstitched All SilkUandkerchiers.TOc UNDERWEAR, UNDERWEAR. Child's Merine, 16 te 32 inches 15 te 30c Ladies' Merine vests 35c Ladies' Extra Fine Sil k S titched 4Se Best Merine 75c4 trench Cashmere $100 Full Regular Made $125 Men's Underwear 25c Heavy Merine Whiteaiul Gray 40c Extra Hcavv 30c Gray Mixed Trey Shirts $1.23 Unluundried Shirts, with Linen Bosem 50c Mens' Cardigan Jackets sc HOSIERY". HOSIERY. Ladies' Colored Cotten Hese lOc Ladies' White Ribbed Hese 5c Ladies' Extra Geed Hese 2 pair fer25c Ribbed Merine Hese , 15te25r Full Regular Made Merine Hese 25c Fine Cashmere Hese. i8c Full Regular Made Weel Hese 40c Fine French Cashmere Hese 50c Full Regular Made Cotten Hese 19c Fleeced Lined Regular Made Hese... 23c cniLD'S UOSIERT IX" GREAT VAIUETV. Men's Knitted Cotten Hese 3 pair ler 25c Knitted Socks, Seamless 2 patr for 23c Ribbed Woolen Socks lgc Regular Made Socks c Kriii.su SOCKS I'Jc Merine Socks, Regular Made 25c Suspender, from 19c. up. W hltc Dress Shirts. ASTRICH ASTRICH ASTRICH BROTHERS, 13 RROTHEKS, 13 BROTHERS, 13 EAST EAST EAST ICING ST. KING ST. KING. gX. CLVlHTSe. FALL OPENING AT H. GBRHARTS Ioite EstaDlisement. MONDAY, OCTOBER 11th, 1880. A Complete Stock et Cleths, Suitings AKU OVERCOATINGS. which for elegance cannot be surpassed. Largest Assortment el The ENGLISH AND SCOTCH SUITINGS in this city. Prices as low as the lowest at H. GERHART'S Ne. 51 North Queen Street. CLOTHING! CLOTHING! We have Stock el new ready ler sale an Immense Beady-Hade Clotting TOR- Fall and Winter, which Style. are Cut and Trimmed Wc can give you a in the Latest GOOD STYLISH SUIT AS LOW AS $10.00. PIECE GOODS In great variety, made te order at sheit notice at the lowest prices. D. B Hostetter & Sen, 24 CENTRE SQUARE, is-lyd LANCASTER. PA. itllY VOOVX. BLANKETS, QUILTS AND COMFORTABLES, ln(utntitieuat LOW PRICES. FAHNESTOOK'S, Next Dcer te the Court Heuse. WOOL FLANNEL, Cotten Flannels, Liiiseys, &c, &c. All eiiei!:! siiila'elf ler cold neat her at VERY LOW PRICES. FAHNESTOCK'S, Next Doer te the Court Heuse. DRESS GOODS, CLOAKS, CLOAKINGS. HAGER & BROTHER have new open the latest novelties in French, English nnd American D11ESS GOODS. I'RENCII PLAIDS, HANDKERCHIEFS, SUITHf GS, SIDE RAND6, C ASIIMERE FOULE, MOMIE CLOTHS, FLAN NEL SUITINGS, ftc., ftc. SILKS, SATTJS AHD VELVETS. Cloaks! Cloaks! Have just, received from New Yerk Iuipeit ers a line of Cloaks, Delmans and Jackets In the Latest Style for Ladies and Misses. CLOAKING CLOTHS, Rlack and Celere, Plain and Assortment. Fancy, iu Large O-Wc invite examination. MRS. C. LILLER, LADIES' HAIKDKESSEK Manufacturer and Dealer In Ha r Werk, Ladies and Gents' Wigs. Combings straightened and made te order. Hair Jewelry of all kinds made up. Alse. Kid Glevesand Feathers cleaned and tlyctl, at Nes. 225 and 227 North Queen street, four doers above P. R. R. Depot. el-3md PAINTING. All kinds ot.lleuae Painting and Graining ilnnA flf f Itn ahnHmif nnttfiA anil in f lwihnt two. sible style. We have reduced enr prices tq I $1.75 per day. Shep en Charlette street. I OCt3md ALLEN GUTHRIE & SON.S, St HURST. & HURST. & HURST. SPECIAL NOTICE. Merchant Tailoring Department. Merchant Tailoring Department. Merchaut Tailoring Department. OVERCOATS Fer the Holidays, at GIVLER, ROWERS A HURST. GIVLER, ROWERS & HURST. t. Business Suits Made te Order Fer the Holidays, at G1VLEK, ROWERS & HURST'S. GIVLER, ROWERS & HURST'S. i GIVLER, ROWERS GIVLER, ROWERS GIVLEB, ROWERS NEW GOODS FOR THE FALL TRADE, AT GrUNDAKBR'S. LADIES, for New, Desirable 'iind Cheap Embroideries, Rufflings, Cotten Trimmings, Ruchings, Black Silk Fringes, Satin. Black and Colored, Silks, Buttens, all Kinds, Corsets, Kid and Lisle Thread Gloves, Hosiery, &c.. call at GUNDAKBR'S. Fer a Geed and Cheap Crape Bounefer Ilat, Crape by the yard, Crape Veils, Linen Cellars and Cuffs, call at GUN DAKER'S. Ladies, we will epeu te-day all the Latest Novelties in Millinery, Ac, call and examine our stock, at GrUlSrDA.KER'S, 142 & 144 North Queen Street, Lancaster, Pa. TKA.rjLEtt& MVllit. LANCASTER AND M1LLKKSVILLE K. It Cars run as fellows : Leave Lancatser P. R. Depot), at 7, 9, and 11:30 a. in., and 2, 4, and 8:30 p. in., except en Saturday, when the last car leaves at t:30 p. in. Leave Millersville (lower end) ut 5, S, and a. AL, and 1, 3, 5 and 7 p. m. Cars run daily en above time except en Sun Hay. C COLUMBIA AND PORT DEPOSIT 1C. li j Trains new run regularly en the Columbia and Pert Deposit Railroad en the fellmvinp time : Statiess North Nerth North waet. Express. A.M. Express, r. M. Accem r. x. Pert Deposit Pcachbottein Safe Harber. Columbia fi:35 7:12 755 8:25 3:55 4:28 5:11 5:10 2:00 .1:18 5:21 6:20 Statiehs SeDTH-jExprcss. Express. Accem . WARD. A. M. V. M. j A. X. Columbia j 11:45 6:20 7:45 p.m. 6:1!) Ai-y-.OO Safe Harber. 12:11 r. v. Leifcie Pcachbottein j Pi57 7:32 11.07 r. st. Tort Deposit 1:30 S:a" 12:2" IT DlNi;& COLUMBIA K.K. ARRANGEMENT OF PASSENGER TRAINS. OCTORER 25th, 18S0. NORTHWARD. LKAVK. Quarry villi Lancaster, King St . Lnucater Columbia ARU1VK. Reading A.M. 7:-'( 9:30 9:40 SOUTHW LEAVE. Reading AKItlVE. Columbia Lanc.iwtcr. Lancaster, King St Quarry villc ARIL a.m. r. M. P.M. B:I5 2:30 7:5.) .... 3:40 8:05 1:05 3:50 7:55 1:10 3:10 10:05 3.20 5.50 A.M. A.M. P.M. 8:05 .12:0:) C:10 r.M. 10:15 2:10 8:20 10:07 2:10 8:10 10:IS .... 8:20 11:20 .... t':25 5:00 5:10 6:40 Trains connect nt Reading with trains te anil from Philadelphia, Pettsvillc, Harrisburg, Al Al lcntewn and New Yerk, via Round itroek Reute. At Columbia with trains te and liem Yerk, Hanover, Gettysburg, Frederick and Ralti Ralti niere. A. M. WILSON. Supt. PENNSYLVANIA KAILKOAD NEW SCHEDULE On and atter SUNDAY NOVEMRERSth. 1SS0, trains en the IVnnsy! vaniu Railroad will arrive and leave the Lan-ct-ti" am Philadelphia depots as follews: VAR-rwAnn Leave Arrive EASTttAliP. Lanc'tcr Phllad'n Philadelphia Exprcj, 2:10 a.m. 4:15 a. Fast Line, 5:20 " 7:40 Y'erk Accem. Arrives; 8.05 " .... Harrisburg Express 8:05 " 10:10 " Dillcrvillc Accem. Arrives, 8:45 Columbia Accommodation, 9:10 " 12:01 r.M. Frederick Accem. Arrives, 1:35 " .... Pacific Express, 1:40 p.m. 3:45 " Sunday Mail 2:00 " 5:00 Johnstown Expicss, 3:05 " 5:30 ' Day Express, I:3" " (:15 " Harrisburg Aecoiiimei'al'n, 0:25 " -9:30 nr-...nn Leave Arrive Westward. ipmiad'a Lanc'ter Way Passenger, 12:30 a.m. 5:(0a.m Mail Train Ne. l,via Mt.Jey, 7:30 " 10:20 " MailTrainNo.2,viaCel'biu, .... 10.2". " Niagara Chicago Express 9:00 ' 11:05 " Sunday Mail, 8:e0 " 10:.'.0 FastLinc, 12.21 2:35 p.m Frederick Accommeilatioii, .... 2:1') DillervillcLocal.via3lt.Jey .... 2:50 " Harrisburg AccommeiUit'n, 2.30 r.M. 5:45 " Columbia Accommodation, 4:00 " 7:2T " Harrisburg Express, 5:30 " 7:30 " Pittsburg Express 6:25 " 8-50 " Cincinnati Express, 9:10 " tl.3e " Pacific Express lll5 " 2.40a. Pacific Express, cast, en Sunday, when flag zed, will step at Middlctewn, Elizabcthtewn ML Jey, Landisvillc, Rinl-in-IIand, Lcman Place, Gap, Christiana, Parkcsburg, Coates villc, Oakland and Glen Lech. Fast Line, west, en Sunday, when flagged, will step atDowningtewn,Coatcsville, Parkes burg, Mt.Jey, Elizabcthtewn and Middlctewn. Hanovcraccemmodation west, connecting at Lancaster with Niagara and Chicago Express at 11:00 a. in., will run through te Hanover. Frederick Accommodation, west, connects at Lancaster, with Fast Line, west, at. 2:35 v. w., and will run tnreugli te Frederick. 3MDICAZ, NERVINE, OB TONIC SlMXllflCA. A BOON TO ROTH SEXES. A REMEDY' WITHOUT A RIVAL for all diseases arising from Nervous Debility, Sexual mseruers, ever inuuigence ei vicious .uauits, as well as from the prostration et old age. Its curative properties in violent and chronic forms ofthctello wing diseases have been at tested te by the most Eminent Physicians : Dyspepsia, Self Abuse, Headache, Dizziness, Sexual Exhaustion, Spermatorrheea, General Debility, Impetcncy, Premature Decay, ftc. It has been in use for ever ierty years, and is te-day the most popular remedy for the dis eases above mentioned in the WORLD. It can be used w'theut regard te diet, is pleasant In taste, nnd better than all, it is a sure, sate and certain cure. It is no quack medicine, but stands upon its own merits, as any trial wU amply demonstrate. Since 1836 this remedy has always been sold for a much larger price than that for which it is new sold ; but owing te the act that the time ler the navment et an enormous royalty upon its manufacture has expired, it is ettered te the suffering of both sexes nt one dollar per package, se as te be within the reach of all ; ut which price it will be sent te any address tree et further charge. Address DR. WILLIAM YOUNG, 46 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. May be consulted en all diseases by mail. 1y2G-emdAw TOBACCO BUYERS' TOBACCO BUYERS' TOBACCO BUYERS' BOOKS BOOKS BOOKS RECEIPT BOOKS RECEIPT HOOKS RECEIPT BOOKS SAMPLE TAGS SAMPLE TAGS SAMPLE TAGS PRINTED IN THE BEST STYLE PRINTED IN THE BEST STYLE PRINTED IN THE BEST STYLE AT SHORT NOTICE PRICES REASONABLE AT SHORT NOTICE PRICES REASONABLE AT SHORT NOTICE PRICES REASONABLE AT the AT THE AT THE INTELLIGENCER OFFICE INTELLIGENCER OFFICE INTELLIGENCES OFFICE JnattM JMtY OOOVS. ROYS' CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER HOrS'CLOTHLXGMADE TO ORDER Fer the Holiday, at GIVLER, ROWERS A HURST'S. An Elegant assortment of all the Latest Xevelties In Woolens new open for the Holiday?, at GIVLER, ROWERS HURST'S. GIVLER, ROWERS 4 HURST'S. We aim te please all who favor us -with a call. Our prices wUl be leund te be very low for the quality or goods offered, at GIVLER, ROWERS & HURST'S. GIVLER, ROWERS HURST'S. GENTLEMEN. . GENTLEMEN, GENTLEMEN, .We wisli te impress upon your minds that wc efler the Finest stock et UNDERWEAR UNDERWEAR in the City ler the Meney. GIVLER. ROWERS ft HURST. GIVLER, ROWERS HURST. MBROIDJU8, JtV. VLOTUtSU. A GREAT MARK DOWN IN OVERCOATS. We have this day, the 26th et NOVEHRER. madea edui:tieii of ten per fen t. en the al ready low prices ei all our Men's, Youths', Beys' and Children's Overcoats, which bring.-, the prices m low that you cannot object or tail te be pleased. We have ever 600 OVERCOATS TO SELECT FROM. WILLIAMSON & FOSTEE, 36 EAST KING STREET, LANCASTER, FA. 49-TIIEY ARE ALL MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES GrAKFIELD VS. H AJSTCOCK. FALL CAMPAIGN OF 1880 . New opened aifd the battle has commenced and rages nrccly, anil while there may be some doubt in the inindset many persons as te who will be the nnxt President et the United States, there can be no doubt in the mind of any person in want of CLOTHING us te where can be bought the cheapest and the best, cither in Ready-made or Made te Order. MYERS & BATHFON, Centre Hall, Se. 12 East KiBg Street, the Ureal L'lethlBg EnperiiiHi. The second story room is packed brim full with the greatest variety of READY MADE CLOTniNG FOR MEN, YOUTHS, ROYS AND CHILDREN, n'l our own manufacture. They are well made, well trimmed, nnd the goods are a'l sponged belere they ure made up In gar ment?. MEN'S ALL WOOL SUITS AS LOW AS $12.00. Our Piece Goods All the first fleer te its ntmeW capaeity, nnd is nicely arranged, se us te give the purchaser the advantage el seeing the whole stock in a very short space nt time. We arc prepared te make up te order at the shortest possible notice and ut the most reasonable Erice. Our steak has been bought for cash and will be sold at a very email ndvance. Ruy your lething at Centre Hall and save one profit. Call and examine our giant stock and save money. MYERS & RATHFON, Ne. 12 EAST KIX(1 STREET, LANCASTER, I'EN.VA. XtJtl HOODS. SPECIAL INVITATION. WATT, SHAND & COMPANY Invite ladies te examine large purchases el Clearing Lets at less than Auction Prices. COLOEED DEESS SILKS, Rcautiful Shades, really worth $1, only 05c. RLACK DRESS SILKS. Popular brand. 87c, SI, 1.25. 1.50. 1.75. POWDER CLOTH SUITINGS. 16 inches wide, all wool : Importer's price We; ours 2kc. RLACK CASHMERES. Excellent Value, 57'f, 50. 55. r.'. 75, 87c. $1. 1.23. COLORED CASHMERES. Denble width ; new sh:uh" Wc ; new scld ut 25c. FLANNEL SUITINGS. Desirable Celers, 30c te JI.20. PLAID DRESS GOODS and NOVELTIES. Largest A-,-ertiucnt and Lewest Prices. LADIES' GLOVES. 200 dozen Heavy Lisle Gloves 25b ; worth 50c. CLOAKS, SHAWLS, CLOAKINGS, AT POPULAR PRICES. NEW YORK STORE. J. B. MARTIN & CO. " SEASONABLE GOODS. We ate showing a complete steCk el SCARLET, WHITE and COLORED UNDERWEAR, for Ladies, Gents and Children, in all sizes, from sixteen te fllty inches. Our 50 Cent Shirts and Tests arc the best in the Market. Ladies', Gents' and Children- Hosiery. An Elegant Line el LADIES' COATS AND DOLMANS. j(9AVc respectfully solicit a call. J. B. MARTIN & CO., Cerner West King and Prince Streets Lancaster, Pa. LOOK! LOOK! LOOK! FOE WHAT! J. C. HOUGHTON'S 10c. COACH AITO BAGGA&E WA(M. Leave orders at HOUGHTON'S STORE. 25 North Queen street: LIVERY STABLE, 112 Seuth Queen street. Leave orders ler the 10s. Coach Line te go visiting, or le the trains ex any part of the city. a PASSENGERS, 10c; BAGGAGE AND TRUNKS, 15c. Alse, geed, Safe Horses, Carriages and Buggies te hire. AH kindt or hauling nt the most reasonable rates and -'Buses and Coache teliii.e by the hour or day. J. C. HOUGHTON, 112 SOUTH QUEEN STREET. Please call and Examine our Qualities anrl Prices. GIVLER, GIVLER. BOWERS ft HURST. BOWERS ft HURST. Elegant Line of Hosiery. Elegant Line of Hosiery. Elegant Line of Hosiery. GIVLER. ROWERS ft HURST. GIVLEB, BOWERS ft HURST. GIVLER, BOWERS ft HURST. Fancy Neckwear, Suspenders, ftc. New open for the Holiday Trade. GIVLER. BOWERS ft HURST. GIVLER. ROWERS ft HURST. GIVLER. ROWERS ft HURST. . NO. 25 EAST KING, NO. 25 EAST KING. XO. 25 EAST KING. LANCASTER. LANCASTER. LANCASTER. irJMnidM.W.FAw s.