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LANCASTER DAILY 1NTEIXIGENCEU. WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 8, 1880.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, DEC. 8, 1880.
THE WELSH HOUNTAIN GANG.
A BAND Of NOTORIOUS THIfcVKS AND
ROUUKR3 BOBKEN VP.
"Fer a Leng Time the Terrer" of all Eastern
reunaylvaaia Bobbing Farmers and
Entering Heuse with Masks and
l'istels I'ubllc Meetlugs Held
Heading Dirpatth te New Tork Sun.
Tlihteca men, ranging in age from 19 te
71, have been quietly arrested by twos and
threes within a few weeks, and placed in
the Berks and . Lsbaneu jails, en the
charge of being concerned in plundering
stores, railway stations, freight depots,
and farmhouses. The full details of 'the
organization of the band are liere given
for the first time because all concerned
have been captured. Jacob P. Ilcffly was
the first man arrested. He made a con
fession te Magistrate Schultz. The entire
gang lived in the forest country near the
Blue Mountains. They met in Ghost
Hellew, where each took an oath en the
Bible te be loyal one te the ether and al
ways be ready te protect and defend and
divide all plunder. At the conclusion of
the oath daggers were drawn and every
man threatened with death should he
reveal their secret. Edward Schaum,
Alfred Lehman, Fred Brill, Bcnj. Keller
man, Sam McDonough. Gee. Geed, W.
Mever, Quack SeliaciFcr, AVin Meyer,
Jacob Heuck, and several ethers were
taken into custody. They arc rough-looking
backwoodsmen of the poorest class.
Seme procured bail. They all claim that
the man who confessed against them
swore falsely. Their thieving operations
extended into four or live counties, and
the baud was a terror in Eastern Pennsyl
vania. TJicy had night signals and coun
tersigns and carried en the boldest opera epera opera
'tiens driving oft" cattle and plundering
indiscriminately, hiding their booty in the
mountains and then tunning it oil" te the
These rebbci.s have becn long known as
the Welsh mountain gang, from the fact
that their home and stronghold was in
these low range;; of hills and wilderness
known as the Welsh mountains and Bar
ren hills, about fifty miles from Philadel
phia, twenty miles Irein Laucastcr, and
eighteen miles from Downingtown. This
section comprises the borders of three
counties, Chester, Lancaster and Berks.
Betli lauges begin in Chester county, north
and south of Iloneybreok, and come to
gether in the form of a V in Lancaster
county, some miles beyond the line. The
nearer th-y approach the end the wilder
becomes the pre-mee:. until a point is
rcai'hcd f.imeus throughout all that part
of the country jis the rendezvous; of the
gang which for yeais has boldly defied the
law of Lancaster, Ueiks and Chester coun
ties. This :s known as 'The Sassafras,"
an extensive thicket of sassafras trees, se
clenic that a horse would find it impos
sible te fejee its way through, and many
parts of it Mould prove impenetrable even
te man. Te many places the land is un
even and broken by deep gorges. Down
the mountain side arc many caves, almost
screened fieni si!it by the the thick un
derbrush. Leeking down from the edge of
the hills upon the country below is like a
transition from a wilderness te a paradise.
Te the west as far as the eye can reach,
stretches the fertile Concstega "Valley, with
its endless prospect of well-cultivated farms
neat white farmhouses and barns, its
numerous wheat fields and pastures filled
with grazing cattle. This garden country
is populated by the thrifty Mcnnenitcs,
t'ic Dunkcrs and the dsscendants of the
famous Dutch sleck. It is this thrift and
wealth in live stcck, coupled' with the
pcculiiir topography of the country, which
makes this fertile section a favorite field of
operation fr the horse and cattle thieves
who have been plying their trade for
years. It is hard te tell when these wilds
were free from them. Xe farmcr'within a
radius of ten miles from the Sassafras has
escaped their depredations. Honeybrook.
ever ten miles away, has been invaded
twice in the night and two of its most val
uable hoi ses carried away. Every farmer
with any valuable stock in the surround
ing neighborhood has at one time or an
other sutl'cied. Every previous effort te
capture and b:ing te punishment the
thieves has tailed. At length the farmers
banded together after the manner of the
Western vigilance committee for mutual
prelectien. The faimeis in the Lancaster
section organized themselves into what is
known as 1 he Harmony Detective Associ
ation, while the I aimci sand citizens of the
Chester county section banded to
gether as the Honeybrook Detective Asso
ciation. A liberal supply of arms was dis
tributcd in betli of these communities and
the mcmbcis of tiie respective associations
agreed te shfet any man en sight caught
stealing from their premises.
The thieves carried off net only heises
and cattle, but wheat, coin, pigs and poul
try. Then houses were broken into en
Sunday nights, when the occupants were
at cliuich, and wcatiug apparel and bed
clothing were earned off, te the extent, in
.some instances, of depriving families of
everything in tins Hue that they possessed.
Seme months age three masked men en
tered the house of Isaac Seldemridge, a
well-to-de Dunker farmer,living three miles
from Honeybrook, Chester county, occu
pied by Seldemridge and his aged sister,
drew pistols, bound the woman fast, and
holding a pistol at the head of the brother
compelled him te deliverer up all the
money in the house. This was only S20,
which they took away, with the silver
ware and ether valuables, swearing that
they would call again, and that next time
he had better have mere money about him.
These outrages were se often repeated that
the citizens throughout the whole section
of country which had been invaded by the
robbers became thoroughly aroused, and
meetings were held daily te organize
measures te break up the gang. This has
at length resulted in the ai rests just made.
Whether the whole of the gang has been
captured or net, confidence is felt that the
arres's will put a step te any fuither depre
dations for some time at least.
flutter 7? B.
Cu p chcce, - en p
Cottage chcec, 2 plccit
Dutch cheese lump
Annies $1 11 pit
JS.in:t:i us eaeh
Chen it's dried; f vjj
Currant-. dried, ! S.'
Cninlteirti'x i it
Dried Apples V t
" INsiclie fi jl
Lemens fl !nz
Orange f tU
f'rr.-!iiiiiiiis , it
Ueeli y bunch
Cahb.ig' 1 lie.'ii!
Curiets 'it bunce
Luna beau t) jt
Onion- tI pic
f'ot.iteui fl Jpk
Itiuliiiif'- V bunch
Soup ISeans l ql
.Saisirv- 31 ltuncii
Turnips t? J peck
Chickens $1 pair (live)
" " (cleaned;
Ducks 1 pair
Turkeys $1 piece (live)
? ft (Cleaned)
While Fi-li ? ft.
' Beast (rib) 9 ft 12f lfc
" ' (chuck) a lOfHSc
Corned, fl ft 10i?e
" Dricd.fi ft 2528c
Bologna dried 25c
flamy ft 'MJS
Mutteny b 'SSi?1
Mince Meat fl ft I2
Pnddtnsr ft ;8t0c
Sausage V ft t012c
Chestnuts qt J3c
Shelbarks qt Mc
Apple Batter fl qt 25c
Egirs Wdez S?2
Seap fl ft y&n
Sauerkraut?! qt 812c
BabbltA fl pair e
Cleversced fl bus C.507.50
flay ten $2530
Cei'u f, uus... ..................................
Oats w bes 4Ct3c
Bye bus.... S5S90c
TimethyScecd fl bus J.253J0
Wheat fl bus SM2
It Seems Impossible
That a remedy madeei such common, simple
plants as if eps, Bucuu, Mandrake, Dandelion,
&c, should make se many and such marvel
ous and wenderlul cures as Hep Bitters de,
but when old and young, rich aim peer, Paster
and Docter, Lawver and Kdlter.all testify te
having been cured by them, you must believe
and try them yourself, and doubt 110 longer.
Sec ether column. dl-2w
A Little Learning.
A little learning it a dangerous thing, par
ticularly when dabbling in Medicines; far bet
ter te use a well tried and established remedy
like Dr. Thorns Eclectrlc Oil. endemed by
evervbedv who has tried it in cases et Kheu
lnatism. Neuralgia. Sprains, Bruises, Cuts,
Burns and all the Ills that an American Sover
eign Is subject te. Prices: SOc., trial bettleslOc
Fer Bale by II. f 5. Cochran, drucgiM. 1ST and
J.'IC North Queen street, Lancaster, Pa.
By a large majority the people of the United
Stalc.9 have declared their Ittitli in Kidney
Wert as a remedy for all the diseases of the
kidneys or liver. Seme however, have disliked
the trouble of preparing it Irein the dry term.
Fer such a n?w candidate appears in the shape
et Kidney. Wert in Liquid Ferm. It is very
concentrated, is easily taken and is equally
efficient as the dry. Try it. Louisville Pest.
Over the Illlls te the Ilene Yard.
Straieiit te the Bese Takd people go who
neglect tee lengthcdanger signal of approach
ing consumption, a hacking cough. But with
Dr. Themas' Eclectric Oil ter a safeguard the
peril is averted, f t is superlatively fine rem
edy also for rheumatism, piles, serenuss, hurts
Ac. Fer sale by II. ft. Cochran, druggist, 1S7
ami 139 Xerth Queen street, Lancaster, Pa.
II you are suirering from peer health, or
languishing en a bed of sickness, take cheer,
Hep Hitters Will Cure Yeu.
It veu are simply ailing: if you tool weak
:tud dispirited, without clearly knowing w hy,
Hep Bitters Will Iteiive Teu.
If you are a minister, and have overtaxed
yourself with yenr pastoral duties; or a
'mother, worn out with cre and work.
Hep Kilters Will Restore Yeu.
1 1 yen are a man et buslne-s, weakened by
t he .strain of veu r everyday duties; or a man
.il letters, toiling ever your midnight work,
IIep Bitters Wilt Strengthen Yeu.
It you are young, anil stiftYring Jrem any in in
tliscretien, or are growing tee last, as is etten
IIep Kilters Will Itelleie Yeu. .
If j en arc in the work shop, en the farm, at
the rte-k anywhere, and Icel that your system
needs cleansing, toning or stimulating with
Hep Hitters Is What Yen Need.
It you aie old, and veur pulse is feeble, your
nerves un,-teady, and your faculties waning,
Hep Hitters nlll gie veu Xew Life and
Hep Hitlers Maim Fact tiring Company,
Beehester, Xew Yerk, ard Terente, Ontario.
SPECIAL ATTKXTION IS CALLED TO
the great assortment 01 Celluloid, Kubber,
Diatlte and Florence Toilet Sets. On exhibi
tion and ler sale at lowest price, at v
PREY'S CITY PHARMACY,
NORTH (JBEEX ST., COICM-.K OltAXtlK,
3Plea-e c.ill and examine.
HULLS DRUG STORE
PUKi: HOIIKMIAVTOILKT SKTS,
K1C11LYCUT AMI KMiltAYKD
A Large Variety of Klegmt ODOU (JAsI-:'-and
STANDS, PKItFl'MKUY BOXLS. Ac.
Alse an Kxten-ive Assortment et
Toilet and Fancy Articles,
IIIM'SIIES, COMBS and MUHtOIt TOII.KT
American, French anilKnli-h
nd a variety of ether geeds suitable for
I're-ents, of w hich tny stock is hirsi-r
G. W. HULL,
Ne. 15 WEST KING STREET,
. LAXCASTKIt, PA.
VETHOLKSALK AMD KKTAIL.
Ne. i27 NORTH PUIN(3E STREET.
I- the place ler the cheapest and the I1.--I
Xe. 23T. KT K1N(J STBKKT.
HOLIDAY GROCERIES !
FOREIGN FRUfTS, viz.: RaNlns, Prunes,
Currants, Citren, Prunellcs, Dates, Figs,
Oranges, Lemens, White Grapes, Jtc.
DOMESTIC FRUITS Evaporated Peaches
and Apples, Cranberries, &c.
Xl'TS New Piinccss Paper frliell Almonds,
fltazil NutM. English Walnuts. Filbertn,
Pecan Xuts, Xew shell-barl:, ,Vc.
Pl'RE SPICES We guarantee our spices
strictly pure aud fresl: ground.
FLAVORING EXTRACTS Burnett's, Kel Kel
legg's and Royal Flavoring Extracts, Kee
and Orange waters.
XEW ORLEANS MOLASSES new 111 stock.
TABLE SYRUP A great bargain in Table
fcyrup ; only 12Jc a quart.
CONFECTION'S We are adding te our stock
a large supply et Pure Candies, line mix
tures; 4he celebrated Chicago C.u-anicls at
"0c a pound : try them.
new ettering. Don't fail te e ill and see.
SO. 17 KAST KING STBKKT.
Of GX OF TIIE BUFFALO HEAD.
1 have new en hand the Laegest, Best akd
Chbafeht Absertmbnt of Lined and Unlined
IIUFFALO BORES in the city. Alse LAP
AND HORSE BLANKETS of every descrip
tion. A full line of
Trunks and Satchels,
Harness, Whips, Cellars, &c.
rKepatrlng neatly and promptly denct
IOH North Queen St., laneatter.
NOVELTIES IK SCARF FISH.
THE "BERNHARDT" GREYHOUND PIN
UNDERSHIRTS AND DRAWERS,
E. J. ERISMAtfS,
58 NOKTH O.UEKN 8TKEET
QUILTS AND COMFORTABLES,
In Quantities at LOW PRICES.
Next Doer te the Cenrt Heuse.
Cotten Flannels, Linseys, &c, &c.
All aoeils .suitable toreeld weather at VERY
Next Doer te the Court Heuse.
HAGER & BROTHER
have new open the latest novelties In French,
English and American
FRENCH PLAIDS, HANDKERCHIEFS,
SUITINGS, SIDE BANDS, CASflMERE
FOULE, MOMIE CLOTHS, FLAN
NEL SUITINGS, Ac., &c.
Have just received from New Yerk Impert
cis a line of Cloaks, Delmans and Jackets in
the Latest Style for Ladies and MIshcs.
Black and Celers, Plain and Fancy. In Large
J-We invite examination.
M. A. HOUGHTON'S.
t NORTH QUEEN STREET.
plush all shades,
silk velvets, silks.
s tins, fringes, laces
CO ES ETC,
The Finest, Cheapest and
lJieate-)t Variety of
IN THE CITY.
25 North Queen St.
CHINA AND OZAJSSirAH.
GOBLETS AT 4 CTS. EACH.
A 5 OT. COUNTER.
HIGH & MARTIN,
15 EAST KINO STREET.
The cheiiDCst and best dImci
HOUGHTON S j our cltv te buv
HOUGHTON S MILLINERY GOODS,
HOUGHTON S MILLINERY GOODS
HOUGHTON' MILLINERY GOODS
Fer you te knew where te bay geed
goods cheapand if you are liable te
forget this cut this piece out and
'keep it. When you can buy a heavy
all wool Fur Beaver Overcoat for
men for $12.G0 worth $15, or when
you can buy an all wool Elysian Fur
Beaver Overcoat for $10.80 worth
$13.00, you must knew they are cheap.
Se few people tliat buy clothing can
tell the difference of 50c. or $1.00 en
suit or overcoat. Seme are sewed
with silk and ethers net. And often
times a great difference in trimmings.
Se it is very important for you that
you buy of these that are reliable.
And after you have the goods home
and they de net fully meet your ideas,
or if you thiuk they are net worth the
price paid, you may return them and
the money will be refunded.
WILLIAMSON & FOSTER,
3fi EAST KING STREET.
Alse, that you should knew hew" we
sell some of our Hats and Furnishing
Goods. A nice dress Hat for a boy
or youth for 50cts. Geed Caps for
boys for 2.1cts. A line fur Hat for a
man for $1.25. A special let of fine
Silk Handkerchiefs for 83uts, worth
$1.00. A heavy full regular made
British Hese for 19cts. all tizes, and
11 the future we will call your atten
tion te ether goods that we are sell,
ing far below market value.
WILLIAMSON & FOSTER,
36 EAST KING STREET,
Closing out at a great reduction our immense
line hi Jievenies in overceatings.
All the New anil most Desirable Styles
INNEW COLORS AND CHOICE STVLES
"Why net leave your order at euceanil secure
an Elegant, Stylish, Well Made and Artlstle
cut liarnicm as low an au.
A LARGE LINE OF CHOICE
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES,
THE ARTIST TAILOR,
121 N. QUEEN STREET,
We have new ready ter sale an Immense
Fall and Winter,
which are Cut and Trimmed in the Latest
style. We can rive you a
GOOD STYLISH SUIT
AS I0W AS $10.00.
la great variety, made te order at short notice
at the low est prices.
D. B. isMer & Sen,
24 CENTRE SQUARE,
C-fyrt LANCASTER. PA.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 11th, 1880.
A Complete Stock et
wliich for elegance cannot he surpassed. The
Largest Assortment et
ENGLISH AND SCOTCH
in this city. Prices as low as the lowest at
Ne. 51 North Queen Street.
ti MRS. M. A. EDWARDS 'ias removed her
Millinery Stere te Ne. 5O0 West King street,
where she will be pleased te ses all bar old
customers. Bennets, flats, ttibbens. Satins,
Velvets, Feathers, Flowers, &c, will t sold
cheaper than ever befere. Call and see.
TMTXXISas, STOTIONB, tt;
13 EAST KING STREET,
8th and 9th,
Everybody within 25 miles or Lancaster city
should come and see our
We shall devote most of our store te the dis
play of HOLIDAY GOODS, and we hope te
make our exhibition se Surpassingly Attrac
tive and se overwhelming brilliant that visi
tors iwill feel themselves transported te the
very realms of King Santa Clans.'
All the resources of money, work, taste and
imagination have been freely lavished te make
Tie Must Holiday Display
ever witnessed. .Our windows will be en
riched wlthhighly artisticand entirely original
HOLIDAY SHOW GOODS,
which we feibear te describe, reserving them
for our opening guests.
We shall exhibit a most handsome
DOLLS HEAD IN LIFE SIZE.
Every purchaser of $3 WORTH OF GOODS
will receive one chance en this
the same te be rallied en
Friday, December 31, at 2 P. H.
We call the attention oteur customers te the
large and handsome display et
DOLLS. DOLLS. DOLLS.
DOLLS. DOLLS. DOLLS.
Frem the smallest
up te the most elegant nnd large
at prices which defy competition. Anions
ethers we call attention te the following arti
cles, suitable ler
Fancy Shell Bexes in various styles.
Werk Bexes from 33c. up te $3.
Fine Writing Paper and Envelopes pn up
in.Elegant Fancy Bexes.
JAPANESE HANDKERCHIEF AND ii I.OV E
JAPANESE JEWELRY CASES.
HANDKERCHIEFS IN BOXES.
FANCY AVIRK STANDS.
VELVET PICTURE PIC AMES.
Beslds all these we offer an elegant varietv
of fine plated Jewelry, consisting .;eI novel
tics in ;
BRACELETS, . .
All of geed quality, and excellent styles.
We keep an Immense large assortment of
from 16c. up te $4.
Elegant Brocaded all Silk lfandkoreliiefs...50e
We have new en hand and offer for sale
100 DOZ. FINE HANDKERCHIEFS,
with Large Initials, for 12c. apiece.
Fine Linen nandkcrcnlefs with Handsome
Embroidered InitialsVbr Ladles and Gents.
Ladles' Cellars and Cuffs in sets.
FINE LACE TIES,
FINE LACE FICHUS,
FINE LACE HANDKERCHIEF?,
FINE LACE COLLARS,
FINE LACE TIES,
FINE SILK BOWS,
Besides many ether nice and useful urtielcs,
which are tee numerous te mention.
We invite everybody te call and leek at our
13 EAST KING STREET,
I0IER, COLLADAT & Ce.,
1412 and 1414 Chestnut St.
The general Improvement in business the past year, with the prospect et a very large In
creased demand for all kinds of Dress Goods, induced all American buyers of Foreign Goods te
place immense orders. This was universally the case, se much se that, perhaps without exag
geration, SO per eat. mere goods wre imported than the country could possibly consume. As
a consequence, there lias been a great break in price in a great many fabrics, which we shall
WE SHALL SELL
French. Flannel Snitlnsn
French Striped Fancies (all Silk
and wool) tt 1.30
French Sboedas (in all colors) 65 .&
French Brocades (all Silk ami
Weel se 1.75
Plain French Plaids 75 i.oe
Finest French Brocades (In several
designs) v 1.C0 i50
r,i1.nii,"tI,nte .l,.r efferJn?s !? tl,e abJvc . w ave some lines of very choice goe.1
of which It Is difficult te meet the demand, in which we have a very choice assortment Deth In
cletn and coloring-.
4f-iuch Cleth Suitings (very desirable
31-inch Cleth buitiuga (lit all colors 1.10
M-Ineh Cleth Suitings 1.20
Our make of these goods we believe te ba
46-inch French Shoediw.
0.87i 1 4fi-inch French Slioed.w
FINE CAMEL'S HAIR:
Our assortment et thrse beautiful goods Is still complete, from S1.35 te 93.50. We have
iust received one case et Camel's Hair In Kvealns Shades in very bcantiinl iiuality. in Cream.
'Ink aud Light Bine, 4G inches wide, te sell at 91.35.
BAREGE DE VLRGINIE:
We have Just received one case of this very desirable texture for Evening lirrsse, (iiiulitv
reiy superior, in Cream, Pink and Light Ufue, 27 Inches wide, te sell at BOe.
NEW GOODS FOR
LADLES, for New, Desirable and Cheap Embroideries, RuBlings, Cotten Trim
mings, Ruchings, Black Silk Fringes, Satins, Black ami Colored, Silks, Buttens, all
Kinds, Corsets, Kid and Lisle Thread Gloves, Hosiery, &c, call at GTJNDAKER'S.
FOR A GOOD AND CHEAP
CRAPE BONTSTBT OR HAT,
Crape by the yard, Crape Veils, Linen Cellars aud Cuffs, call airGUNDAKER'S.
Ladies, we will open te-day all the Latest Novelties in
Call and examine our stock, at
142 & 144 North Queen Street, Lancaster, Pa.
GrAEFIELD VS. HANCOCK.
FALL CAMPAIGN OF 1880
New opened and the battle has commenced and rages fiercely, and while there maylxj
some doubt in the minds et many persons as te who will be the next President el tlu United
States, there can be no doubt in the mind of any person in want of CLOTHING a-t te where
can be bought the cheapest and the best, cither in Keady-mada or Made te Order.
MYERS & 11ATHFON,
Centre Hal!, Xe. 12 East King Street, the tireat Clothing Emporium. .
The second story room is packed brim full with the greatest variety of 1CEADI MADE
CLOTHING FOR MEN, YOUTHS, HOYS AND CIIIMJUEN, all our own m.iiiufucturc. They
are well made, well trimmed, and the geed are all sponged lietere they are made ut in gar
MEN'S ALL WOOL SUITS AS LOW AS $12.00.
Our Piece Goods fill the tlr.st fleer te its ntmest capacity, and U nicely arranged, 20 as te
give the purchaser the advantage et seeing the whole Meck in a very Miert space et time. We
are prepared te make up te enler at the shortest possible notice aud at the most reasonable
price. Onr stock has been bought for cash and will be sold ut a very small advance, liny your
Clothing at Centre Hull and save one profit. Call and examine our giant sleck and save money
MYERS & RATHFON,
Ne. IS EAST KING STREET,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in nil kinds or
LUM11EK AND COAL.
-Ynnl: Ne. 40 North Water and i'rince
streets uIhiVc Lemen. Lancaster. u3-!yd
COAL! COAL! COAL! COAL
Ceal et tiie Debt Qualify put up expressly
for family use, ami at the low
est market prices.
TRY A SAMPLE TON.
49- YARD ISO SOUTH WATKK ST.
neiMj-d l'HIJ.IF SCHUM.SON & CO.
350 NOllTII WATER ST., Lancaster, J'a.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
'LUMBER AND COAL.
Connection Wltb the Telephonic Exchange.
Branch Office : Ne. 3 NORTH DUKE ST.
Fer geed, clean Family and all ether kind
or COAL go te .
Quality and Weight guaranteed. Orders re
OrfeTClT: 22 East King Street. YARD:
018 North Frtnve Street.
BETTiTiY & KFlTiTiFIR
GOOD, CLEAN FAMILY COAL,
Farmers and ethers in want et Superior
Mannre will find it te their advantage te call.
ism, iiuinsuurK xihu.
OiUce. 20i East Chestnut street.
JA. IN WANT OF A
1 would respectfully say that new is the time
in order te avoid being disappointed te have
your presents selected and put aside, and then
when the rush conies a little later yen will be
sure of having your present just when you de
sire. I cordially invite a call te sec my assort
Furniture and Picture Frames.
WALTER A. UMffill.
1 5 East King Street.
IV A CV BOOTS, SHOES AMD I.AST
Xj A O X made en a new principle, i n sn r
ing comfort for the feet.
nAWD 1 nata ttieiYa tn Arder.
133 East King street
Camel's Hair Stripes te.cv ll.li
Rrocade'Nevelties 75 2.50
French Fancies (very costly goods.. .75 2.75
English Novelties '. .25 .50
French Handkerchiefs, squares 75 1.3
If rench Handkerchiefs, squares 1.50
trench Novelties 1.35 2.75
trench Novelties 50 1.50
31-Inch Cleth Suiting.
51-iucliClelh Suit) nut.
54-inch Cleth Suitings.
the best in the market, and the u.-iei tiuent et
LANCASTER AMD 1M1XLKRSVIU.K 1C. U
j Cars run as fellows :
Leave Lancatscr IMC. Depot), at 7, J, an. I
ll:3a. in., and 's, 4, r, anil 8:3U p. 111., except or.
Saturday, when the lust car leave at :: j. 111.
Leave Millersvllle (lower cud) at 5, , i.ml
a. M., and 1, 3. r, and 7 p. in.
Curs run dally en above Mine except en bun
CtOLX'MKIA AND l'OKT DEI'OSIT It. K
Trains new run regularly en the Columbia
and fort Deposit ICailread en the following
Stations North- Express. Express. Aeeeu.
ward. a. v. r. m. r. v.
Fert Deposit. 6:35 :t-M 2:09
Peachbottem.... 7:12 4:23 3:18
Safe Harber. 7:35 6:11 5:21
Columbia. 8:25 5:40 6.-20
ward. I A. K.
r. it. j a. m .
Safts Ifai ber.
PENNSYLVANIA 1CA1LKOAD NEW
SCHEDULE On and after SCNDA
NOVEMISEIC 8th. VPt. trains en the feunsyl
vain:. ICailread will arrive and leave the Lan-e.i.-t'M
and f hiladelphiu dcpeti as follews:
2:10 a.v. -1:15 a. a
50 " 7:40
8:0S " I0:IU
9:10 " liOI e.j.
t 33 "
l:l r.M. 3:45 " "
2AI " 5:0U
3:iO " 5:30 "
4-3". " :45 '
C ' 9-J10
7:3(1 Iic.20 "
' 115 "
8:(W " HrJ.tl '
12.2 - 2.33 r.M
220 r.M. 5:15
4:00 " 7:X "
5ii0 " 7M "
6rJ5 " 8:5 '
IhlO " llaj "
tfi " 2.40 A.X
asl .linc,.. .... .......
Yerk Accem. Arrive;..
Dillerville Accem. Arrives,
Frederick Accem. Arrive-,
Way f assengcr,
MullTmin Ne. l.vla Ml.lnv
Mail Train Nn. visi Corbia,
Niagara ft Chicago Express.
JIB L I4IJII f , a 9 9 9 . , , ,
Dillerville Leeal.via M t..Iey
fittsburg Express, ....
Pacific Express. ca.st. en Sunday, when fla
?ed, will step at Midillctewn, Elizabethtewu
It. Jey. Ijindisville, ftird-in-fland, Lemaii
flacc, Oap, Christiana, farkesbiirg, Coates
ville, Oakland and Glen Lech.
Fast Line, west, en Sunday, when nagged,
will step at Downingtown, C'autesvillc, f arkes arkes arkes
burg,Mt.Joy,ElfzubetlitewnandMIiIdIetowii. Jfanevcr accommodation wet. connecting ut
Lancaster with Niagara and Chicago Express
at llK) a. inr, will run through te Hanover.
Frederick Accommodation, west, connect a t
I Jincaater, with Fa.-.t Llnc.werf,at 2.35 v. ..
and will run tirengh te Frederick.
ESTATKOF JACOB HAIR, UKCCASEO,
IsiteerfJMicasler city, fa. Letters testa
mentary en bald etatf having been granted
te the undersigned, all persons indebted te
said ilecedcntare requested te make immedi
ate settlement and these having claims or de
mands against the estate et said decedent, te
make known the same te her without delay.
CAROLINE A. I$IR. Executrix,
ficcC-Ctdeaw " Lancaster, fa.
Beef Steak, fl ft 109200