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LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21. 1881.
.ncasjter tnteUCgencet. MONDAY BVBHINO, FEB. 21, WB1. Tobacco. The New Yera Market. Tobacco Journal. Compared with the previous week, the present one was quiet, theuuh the sales, ran up te an aggregate of 2,000 cases. It is next te impossible te report correctly what these sales consisted of. Sales of nothing else but '79 Pennsylvania were talked of, as if such stock as Connecticut, State, Ohie and Wisconsin were net te be obtained. The prices that were paid for '79 Penn sylvania astonished even the "eldest in habitants" of Water-street. "Hew can the manufacturers exist ?" is being asked. Shrugs of shoulders and gesture , signify ing balloon ascensions, arc the answers. When it is taken into consideration that running lets of '79 'Pennsylvania sold as highastomake the wrappers cost above 45 cents, and the prices cigars are being sold for, theic is some probability of as censions in our balloon. These initiated into the intiicacies of the manufacture of cigars, though, held that the manufactur ers, when compelled te pay hi" figures for their seed leaf, get their satisfaction out of the Havana by banishing it in as great a proportion as requisite from their cigars. Hew far this argument agrees with facts, we will net discuss te-day. Certain it is that the state of the leaf market is anema leus. The dehiie te purchase cverythiugseful can only be explained liy the deuDltui con dition of the '80 crop. "Packers are timid. They examine tobacco emp after crop in the different stile, and outside of the '80 New Yi.rk state and Housateuic, they have se far bought with :i caution unusual. Hew long these incisures will prevail it is hard te tell. Tliey may te-morrow, hew ever, rush out en masse te certain sections, and legardless of while veins, ilea holes, stem ret, and pelc-bui n, buy up thi leaf at figures inconsistent with all calculations and facts. Our inability te secure substantiation of the repens of sales of the various crops of '79 in our m.nket this week, forces us te refrain from particularizing the same. Prices, llueuiih, did net dilfer from these of the piecediug week. Havana Maiket active:. Sales 1,100 bales. Jobbers were the main purchasers. The aveibieu te the 'SO crop still continues, and we tear will continue till the use ful stock of the "79 is cither exhausted or the prices of the '80 become lower. G.iiih Kepmt. Sales of seed leaf tobacco, reported by J. S. Gans's Sen & Ce., tobacco brokers, Nes. 84 and 80 Wall street, New Yerk, for the week ending February 21, 1881: 900 cases 1879 Pennsylvania, fillers, 07c.; asseitcd, 12(n.22c.; wrappeis, 1842Jc, : 300 cases 1879 Xew England, wrappers, 16(i3Ue. ; 70 rases 1879 state, p. t.; 400 cases 1879 Ohie, 514c. ; 100 cases sun dries, 9(9l8c. Total, 1.770 cases. A Pretest. By the It v. Calvin S. Gerhard, et Columbia. X. Y. Independent. As a minister of the lie formed (Ger man) church, I lcspcctfully pretest against having the Reformed church placed into line with these denominations among whom there has been a manifest decrease in the number of accessions during the last few years, as was doue by Dr. Theo Theo eore L. Cuyler, in an article en revivals, published in the Independent, a few weeks age. The statistical report for 18S0 gives the following figures : Number of congrega tions, 1,005 ; adult membership, 161,002 : infant baptisms for the year 1881, 13,213 ; adult baptisms, 1,096 ; additions by con firmation, 9,113; by certificate and renew ed profession of faith, 4,129. The losses are as fellows : Excommunicated, 123 ; names crasse, 1,503 ; dismissed by certifi cate. 2,249 ; deaths, including infants, 4,591. This shows the number of accer. siens by confiimatien alone te have hern en an average about 7 te a congrevatien. In 1879 the rate of increase was somewhat larger ; in 1878 slightly less.- Any one looking ever the statistical table will find that the percentage of additions varies but little from year te year, and that the growth of this church has been gradual and comparatively tegular throughout its entire history in the United States. The Reformed chinch has never been much affected by widespread fluctuations of religious interest or indifference. She docs net lay any stress en these variations of religious feeling; but has always in sisted that true religion is mere a matter of principle and Chtistian nurture in the covenant of grace than of periodic activity superinduced by special causes. She lays down repentance toward Ged and faith in the. Lord Jesus Christ as the conditions of entrance into the full communion of the church, and teaches that it is union with the church, under the circumstances, that unites us savingly with Jesus Christ. Her people, therefore, become members of the church largely from a sense of duty and from a conviction of the necessity of a childlike submission of the ordinances of Christ for salvation, and de net believe that they must first become Christians,and then unite with the church for safe-keep ing. It is, perhaps, net for us te decide for the general public whether this position is correct or net : but this is the position of the Reformed church, and in this way we account for her steady and lcgnlai in crease, which increase compares very fa vorably with that of every ether Piotest Pietest ant denomination in the country, since within the last twenty-five years this church has mere than doubled her mem bership. a As Cure for riles Kidney-Wert acta first by overcoming In the mildest manner all tendency te constipation; then, by ii great tonic and invigorating prop erties. It restores te health the debilitated and weakened parts. We hav hundreds et certi fied cures, where all else had failed. Use it and suffer no longer. Exchange. ttl-lwd&w Ge te II. B. Cochran, druggist, J57 and 139 Werth Queen street, for Mrs. Freeman's Xew National Dyes. Fer brightness ami durability et color are unequaled. Celer from 2 te . peands. Price, 15 cents. "Lies: KlgLles!" Ket se fast my friend ; for if yen would see the strong, healthy, blooming men, women and children that have been raised from beds of sickness. suffering and almost death, by the use ei nep itinera, youweuiusay rrutu, gioneus tintii.' s?ce i ruins," in another column. ji; 2wd&w Druggists' Testimony. H. F. McCarthy. Wholesale and Retail Drug fist, Ottawa, Ontario, writes: "I was afflicted withChienic llrenchitls for some years, but have been ceinpletclv cured by the use of Dr. Themas' Eclectrlc oil. in dewed or 5 drops en ugar. I have also pleasure in recommending It as an embrocatien ter external use." Fer wale by II. II. Cochran, druggist, 137 and 139 North Queen fired, Lancaster, Pa. FOlt HALE. FOR KENT. TUG STORK KOOM SO. 41 Went King street, new occupied bv Jehn FhIcIc Tailor. Possession given APRIL l 1881. Apply 1e WILLIAM J. COOPEIl. JanS-M.WAStlfl West ling Street, PUIfLIC KALE ON NATUKUAV, THE fcith et FEBRUARY, at the corner of Prince and Chestnut streets, will be sold stock and fixtures of a Grocery, Notion and Cen tec tienei-y Stere, consisting et show cases, coffee grinder, "molasses measures, spigots, half peck and half-bushel measures, counter, scales, vpice caddies, jars, Ac; also a geed re frigerator, stove, cellar rope, buckets, wash boards, a ui-gt let or notions ami groceries ; also counter-,, shelving, bins, chests with glass doers, Ac. Sale te ceminenci en said day at 1 o'clock In the afternoon and 7 in the evening, when con ditions will be made known by S. It. McFHEESON. E. DAT, Alict. fl8,19,24,25 MEDICAL. HOSTBTTBR'S CELEBRATED F,i Ne Time Should be Lest If the stomach, liver and bowels are affected, te adept the ture remedy, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. Diseases of the organs named beget ether lar mere serious, and a delay is there fore hazardous. Dvspepsla. liver complaint, chills and fever, early rheumatic twinges, kid ney weaKness, bring serious bodily trouble It trifled with. Lese no time in using this ef fective, safe and long known medicine. Fer bale by all Druggists and Dealers gen erally. 11-lydeed41yw KIDNEY WORT. This Great Remedy in either Liquid or Dry Ferm acts at the same time en the diseases et the Lirer, Bowels and Kifleeys, 77(i combined action given it wonderful pevei te cure all diseases. WHY ARE WE SIOK? Because we allow these great organs te be come clogged or torpid, and poisenovs humor are thereere forced into the bleed that should be expelled naturallt. KIDNEY WORT WILL CURE Itlilensi:esi, Piles, Constipation, Kidney Complaint, Urinary Diseases, Female Weakness aud Nervous Disorders, by causing free action of these organs and ru storing their power te threw off disease. Wliv suder bilious p lins and aches? Why tormented with Piles, Constipation t Why frightened ever disordered Kidneys? Why endure nervous or sick headaches? Why have sleepless nights? Use KIDNEY WOIIT and ) cjelce in health. 49 It is put up in Dry Vegetable- Ferm, in 3tin cans, one package of which makes six S quarts of medicine. 0ST Alse in Liquid Ferm.very Concentrated 43 for the convenience el these who cannot 43 readily prepare it. It acts with .equal 43 efficiency in either form. GET IT OF YOUR DRUGGIST. PRICE, SI. NELLS, RICHARDSON & CO., Prep's, Iturlingten, Vt. (Will send the dry pest-paid.) dec 27 ly'd&w4 GET THE BEST HORSE AND CATTLE POWDER. The attention of tanners and stock misers is specially called te the above powder which is pronounced by many farmers the best for distemper, coughs, colds and ether diseases and conditions et Horses. Alse, for Cattle, Swine and Poultry. Fer Milch Cows there can be nothing better. 25 ecnls a pound or 5 pounds ter$l. Prepared and Mild by ANDREW G. FRY, DRUGGIUT, Cor. North Queen and Orange Streets, Lancaster, Pa. R EMEMUEK IF YOU ARE ASUFKKKEB lrem your Kidneys or a Torpid Liver, KTDNEYCURA will lcmevc circulars. all trouble. 60c. a pack. See KAUFFMAN'S DRUG STORE. tlO-lmd 116 X. Queen St.. Lancaster, Pa. Brandy as a Medicine The following article was voluntarily sent te Mr. II. K. Slaymaker, Agent for Rcig.in't; Old Wine Stere, by a prominent practising physi cian nl this county, who has extensively used the Rrandy referred te in his regular practice. It is commended te the attention et these af flicted with Indigestion and Dyspepsia. BRANDY AS A MEDICINE. Tills new much abused Alcoholic Stimulant was never intended as a beverage, but te be used as a medicine of great potency in the cure et some of the destructive diseases which sweep away their annual thousands of victims. With a purely philanthropic motive we pre sent te the favorable notice of invalids espe cially these ttlllicted with that miserable Iis ease Dyspepsia, a specilic remedy, which is nothing mere or less than Brandy. The aged, with feeble appetite ami mere or less debility, will find this simple medicine, when used properly, A Sovereign Remedy or all their ills and aches. Re it, hewevei idrictly understood that we prescribe and use but one aitiele. and that is REItiABFS OLD BRANDY, Sold by our enterprising young friend, II E SLAYMAKER. This Brandy has steed the test for years, and has never failed, as far as our experience extends, and we therefore give it the preference ever all ether Rrnndics no matter with hew many jaw-breaking French titles they are branded. One-fourth of the money that is yearly thrown away en various imnetent dvsnensia specifics would suffice te buy all the lirandy te cure any such case or eases, in proei ei um curative powers ei Reigart's Old Brandy, in cases of Dyspepsia, we can summon nuni; hers of witnesses one case in particular we cite: A hard-working tanner bad been aillictcd with an exhaustive Dyspepsia ter a number of years; his stomach would reject almost every kind of feed; be hud sour eructatiens con stantly ue appetite in fact, he was obliged te restrict his diet te crackers and stale bread, and as a beverage he used McGruun's Reet Beer. lie is a Methodist, and then, as new, preached at times, and in his discourses often declaimed earnestly againstull kinds of strong drink. When advised te try Reigart's Old Brandy. In his case, he looked up with astenisuuient, but after hearing et its weuderlin etleets in the cases et some of his near acquaintances, lie at last consented te fellow our advice. lie used the Brandy faithfully ami stcudilv; the first bottle giving him an appetite, and before the second was taken he was a sound man. with a stomach capable of digesting anything which licjcliewe te eat. lie still keeps it and uses a lit tle occasionally; and since lie has this medi cine lie has been of very little pecuniary bene fit te the doctor. A Practising Physician. H. E. SLAYMAKER, AOKKT FOR Reigart's Old Wine Stere, Established in 1785, IMPORTER AHD SCALER lit FINE OLD BRANDIES, SHERRIES, SUPE RIOR OLD MADEIRA, (Imported in 1318, 1827 and 1S28,) CHAMPAGNES O EVERY BRAXD, SCOTCH ALE PORTER, BROWN STOUT. Me. SO EAST KINO ST.. LANCASTER. PA BR. SAMOED'S LIVEE INVIG0RAT0R Only Vegetable Compound that acts directly upon the Liver, and cures Liver Complaints, Jaun dice, Biliousness, Malaria, Cos Ces tiveness, Headache. It assists di gestion, strengthens the system, regulates the bowels, purifies the bleed. A Boek sent free. Dr. S ANFORD, 162 Broadway, N. Y. Fer sale by all Druggists. ollS-lvced ollcew SNUB TT1 JXX QOODS. R KASONS WHY THE PEARL SHIRT IS PREFERRED TO ALL OTHERS. 1. They are made of the best Wamsutta Muslin. 2. Besoms are tbree-ply, made of the best Linen, and each ply guaranteed te be all Linen. 8. They are made only by capable and expe rienced hands, are carefully inspected, and are unsurpassed by any ether In workmanship. 4. They are guaranteed te lit, and te give sat isfaction In every respect, 5. In addition te the above excellent standard the Pearl Shirts are lined across the front, making them still mero durable. 8. Measures taken and Pearl Shirts MADE TO ORDER, in case of odd sixes. Try them and be convinced. PRICE, $1.00. FOR SALE ONLY BY J. B. MARTIN & CO., Cor. W. King and Prince Streets, LANCASTER. PA. N TEXT DOOR TO THE COURT HOUSE. FAHNESTOCK'S Bought ut the recent sale et WET OOD3, from the fire in NEW YORK ABOUT 3,000 YARDS LATEST SPRING STYLES DRESS GINGHAMS, DEAUTIF UL GOODS. Sonie only slightly wet en the edge and ethers perfect, all te be sold 85 per cent, less than reg ular prices, 10, 11 aud i2c. LARGE SIZE MARSEILLES QUILTS $1.10, WORTH fS. White and Colored Quilts only $1 Ladles', Ocnts' and Children's FOR $1.50, WORTH DOUBLE THE MONEY. FAHNESTOCK'S, Next Ooer te Court Heuse. G ENTLKMKN I WE HAVE OPENED ANOTHER INVOICE OF WOOLENS, -IK THE- NEW SPRING STYLES. We have them displayed nicely, and can show thorn without any trouble, se call and leek at them and sue the styls that are effared whethar yen wisli te purchase or net. We aWe hare the NEW FASHION PLATES for the coming Spring and Summer, and arc therefore prepared te make all articles et Clothing te order in the latest stylu. Pries very low, as vre went te increase this branch et our bus iness. Satisfaction is warranted in every case or no sale. GENTS' Merine & Gauze Underwear DRESS SHIRTS, HOSIERY AND NECKWEAR, ALL IN FULL ASSORT3IENT. Givler, Bewers & Herst, 25 East Kin? Street. CH1KA AND GEASHWAR,. c H1NA HALL.. A FEW FACTS FOR THE PUBLIC. Our stock or White Granite Ware or Whits Stene China is new full and cemnleta mil t ha best in the market. We have after years of ex perience and the clestst attention te business, selected from Foreign and Demestic Manufac turers Wares which we can and de guarantee tree from crazing. We have been obliged te change Wares several times in order te be able te safely guarantee. We arc doing that new. Wc are able te sell these tlrst-claas Wares at the same priee and lower than inferior ones are offered. Housekeepers, whattsayfyeu te these tacts? If you doubt them give us atrial. If net satisfactory we will refund the money. One price te all. HIGH & MARTIN, 15 EAST KING STREET. A. Z. RINGWALT'S Cheap Liquor and Grocery Stere, NO. 205 WEST KING STREET. fcblO-lyd DMT GOODS, VNDERWXAR, XC. ICTOTxXTIES EX SCARF PINS. THE "BERNHARDT" GREYHOUND PIN UNDERSHIRTS AND DRAWERS, AT E. J. ERISMAN'S, THE SHIRTMAKER, 56 NORTH QUEEN STREET G BEAT LINEN BALE ATTHX - NEW YORK STORE. WATT, Slti & CO. have again been in the market with the most gratifying results and are new prepared te offer the largest assortment and best value in TABLE LINENS EVER SHOWN IN LANCASTER. SPECIAL. BARGAIN: 3B0 HANDSOME DOUBLE WEIGHT, HAND; LOOM DICE AND LAMASK TABLE CLOTHS IN ALL SIZES, FROM 00c. TO 92 EACH. SPECIAL BARGAIN: 2,500 Yards SWISS EMBROIDERIES from 4 te 6 inches wide, at 12e.ayard. Choice Patterns in this let are usually sold from 20 te 25c. a yard. Watt, Shand & Company, MEW YORK STORE. URKI FIRE!! Metzger, Bard & Haughman HAVE NOW OPEN THE TABLE HENS, FROM THE LATE NEW YORK FIRE. De net delay it you want BARGAINS, AS T1IEY ARE SELLING RAPIDLY. Meter, BaM&Haeita's NEW OHEAP STORE, 38 West King Street, Opposite Cooper Heuse, Lancaster, Pu. s PECIAL NOTICE. HAGER & BROTHER, Ne. 25 WEST MINti STREET. Wv are selling at less than present value STANDARD MAKES OF Bleached and Unbleached Muslins, Bleached and Unbleached Sheetings Pillow Muslins, and Tickings. LOOM AND DAMASK TABLE LIKENS, Napkins and Towels, MARSEILLES AND CROCHET QUILTS. WHITE and COLORED BLANKETS. OPENED THIS DAY A LARGE AND CHOICE SELECTION OF HAMBURG EDGINGS WITH mSEBTTNGS TO MATCH. BLEIOUS, JtC. Carriages! Carriages I EDGERLEY & CO.'S. FractlealTarrlage BaUders, Market Street, Rear or Central Market Houses, Lancaster, Pa. We have en hand a Large Assortment et BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES, Whleh we offer at the; VERY LOWEST PRICES. All work warranted, uive us a call . Repairing promptly attended te. One set of workmen especially employed for that purpose. n-JS-tfdftw ASTRICH. HSU'S ADVERTISEMENT. ASTRICH UROS.' ADVERTISEMENT. ASTRICH ASTRICII ASTRICH ASTRICH ASTRICII ASTRICH ASTKICH ASTRICH ASTRICII ASTRICH ASTRICH ASTRICH ASTRICH ASTRICH ASTRICH ASTRICH ASTRICH ASTRICH ASTRICH ASTRICH BROTHERS BROTHERS BROTHERS BROTHERS BROTH EKS BROTHERS BROTHERS BROTHERS BROTHERS BROTHERS BROTHERS BROTHERS BROTHERS BROTHERS BROTHERS BROTHERS BROTHERS BROTHERS BROTHERS BROTHERS BROTHERS r tjd ASTRICII ASTRICH ASTRICH ASTRICH ASTRICH ASTKICH ASTRICH ASTRICH ASTRICH ASTRICH ASTRICH ASTRICII AsTIUCH ASTRICH ASTRICH ASTRICII ASTRICII ASTRICII ASTRICH ASTRICH ASTRICH A&TR1CU BROTHERS BROTHERS BROTHERS BROTHERS BROTHERS BROTHERS BROTHER BROTHERS BROTHERS BROTHERS BROTHERS BROTHERS BROTHEICS BROTHERS BICOTHERS BROTHERS BROTHERS BROTHERS BROTHERS BROTHERS BROTHERS 13 EAST 13 EAST 13 EAST 13 EAST 13 EAST 13 EAST 13 EAST 13 EAST 13 EAST 13 EAST KING KING KING KING KING KING KING KING KING KING STREET. STREET. STREET. STREET. STREET. STREET. STREET. STREET. STREET. STREET. WE CALL ATTENTION TO OUR ELEGANT AND RICH ASSORTMENT OF SWISS EMBROIDERIES. SWISS EMBROIDERIES. SWISS EMBROIDERIES. SWISS EMBROIDERIES. SWISS EMBROIDERIES. SWISS EMBROIDERIES. SWISS EMBROIDERIES. SWISS EMBROIDERIES. SWISS EMBROIDERIES. SWI-S EMBROIDERIES. SWISS EMBROIDERIES. SWISS EMBROIDERIES. SWISS EMBROIDERIES. SWISS EMBROIDERIES. SWISS EMBROIDERIES. SWISS EMBROIDERIES. SWISS EMBROIDERIES. SWISS EMBROIDERIES. SWISS EMBROIDERIES. SWISS EMBROIDERIES. HAMBURG HAMBURG HAMBURG HAMBURG HAMBURG HAMBURG HAMBURG HAMRURG HAMBURG We elfcr a choice EDGINGS line of Hamburg Edg ings and Inscrtings, in most handsome and select patterns, ut our well-known reasonable prices. Nasrew Edgingx EDGINGS EDGINGS EDGINGS EDGINGS EDGINGS EDGINGS EDGINGS from 4c. up. EDGINGS EDGINGS EDGINGS EDGINGS EDGINGS EDGINGS EDGINGS EDGINGS EDGINGS EDGINGS EDGINGS EDGINGS EDGINGS HAMBURG The neatest Edgings for HAMBURG 5c. HAMBURG HAMBURG HAMBURG HAMBURG HAMBURG HAMBURG HAMBURG HAMBURG HAMBURG HAMRURG Elegant Wide Edg ings, 10c. Wc cull attention te one let of Fine Wide Embroideries at lCc. One let at 22c. Deep FleuncingH in the most cluborate patterns. IRISH TRIMMINGS. IRISH TRIMMINGS. IRISH TRIMMINGS. IRISH TRIMMINGS. IRWI TRIMMINGS. IRISH TRIMMINGS. IRISH TRIMMINGS. IRISH TRIMMINGS. IRISH TRIMMINGS. IRISH TRIMMINGS. IRISH TRIMMINGS. IRISH TRIMMINGS. IRISH TRIMMINGS. IRISH TRIMMINGS. IRISH TRIMMINGS. IRISH TRIMMINGS. IRISH TRIMMINGS. IRISH TRIMMINGS. HUSH TRIMMINGS. IRISH TRIMMINGS. EVERLASTING Nete the TRIMMINGS EVERLASTING prien of these TRIMMINGS EVERLASTING trimmings. TRIMMINGS EVERLASTING I hole edge, l'Jc TRIMMINGS EVERLASTING apiece. TRIMMINGS EVERLASTING 5 hole edge, 23e TRIMMINGS EVERLASTING apiece. TRIMMINGS EVERLASTING 3 hole edge, 31c TRIMMING? EVERLASTING apiece. TRIMNINGS EVERLASTING 4 hole edge, 43c TRIMMINGS EVERLASTING apiece. TRIMMINGS EVERLASTING 3 hole edge, 5Sc TRIMMINGS EVERLASTING apiece. TRIMMINGS EVERLASTING Other select TRIMMINGS EVERLASTING and hand some pat terns at all TRIMMINGS TRIMMINGS TRIMMINGS EVERLASTING EVERLASTING n TRIMMINGS RUFFL1NGS. RUFFLINGS. RUFFLINGS. RUFFLINGS. RUFFLINGS. RUFFLINGS. RUFFLINGS. RUFFLINGS. RUFFLINGS. RUFFLINGS. RUFFLINGS. RUFFLINGS. RUFFLINGS. RUFFLINGS. RUFFLINGS. RUFFLINGS. RUFFLINGS. RUFFLINGS. RUFFLINGS. PEARL We offer one let of BUTTON? PEARL geed pearl dress buttons, BUTTONS PEARL 3 dozen for 15c. BUTTONS PEARL One let el large white BUTTONS PEARL pearl buttons, BUTTONS PRARL 3 dozen ler 13c. BUTTONS PEARL One let flnepearl buttons, BUTTONS PEARL 2 dozen for 13c. BUTTONS PEARL Ivery dress buttons, BUTTONS PEARL in nil colon. BUT!ON PEARL 24. 27, 30, BUTTONS PEARL 5c. 6c. 8c per der. BUTTONS . LACES. LACES. LACES. LACES. LACKS. LACES. LACES. LACES. LACES. LACKS, LACES. LACES. LACES. LACES. LACES. LACES. LACKS. LACES. SERPENTINE Ne. 13, 8c a dozen. BRAID SERPENTINE Ne. 17, 10c a dozen. BRAID 8ERPENTINE Ne. 21, 13c a dozen. BRAID SERPENTINE Ne. 25, 17c a dozen. BRAID TERPENTINE Ne. 29, 20c a dozen. BRAID STAR BRAID. STAR BRAID. STAR BRAID. STAR ARAID. STAR BRAID. STAR BRAID. STAR BRAID. STAR BRAID. STAR BRAID. STAR BRAID, STAR BRAID. STAR RRAID. STAR BBAID. STAR BRAID. STAR BRAID. STAR BRAID. fcTAR BRAID. FEATIIEREDGK Ne. 0, 40c a dozen. BRAID FEATHEREDGE Ne. 1, 43c a dozen. BRAID FEATHEREDGE Ne. 2. Sue a dozen. BRAID FEATHEREDGE Ne. 3, 55c a dozen. BRAID FEATHEEEDGS Ne. 4. GJc a dezen. BRAID TOWELING 5c. PER YARD, TOWELING TOWELING TOWELING 5c. 5c. 5c. 5C. 5c. se! 5c. 5C. 5c. 5c. Se. PER PER PER PER PER PER PER PER PER PER PER PER YARD. TARD. YARD. YARD. YARD. YARD. YARD. YARD. YARD. YARD. YARD. YARD. TOWELING TOWELING TOWELING TOWELING TOWELING TOWELING TOWELING TOWELING TOWELING TOWELS TOWELS Large Towels, 6c. TOWELS All Linen Towels, 3 for TOWELS 25c. TOWELS Glass Towels, 15c. TOWELs Fine German Linen TIIWFK TOWELS TOWELS TOWELS TOWELS Towels. Knotted Erin-re. TOWELS TOWELS 23c TOWELS NAPKINS. NAPKINS. NAPKINS. NAPKINS. NAPKINS. NAPKINS. NAPKINS. NAPKINS. NAPKINS. NAPKINS. NAPKINS. NAPKINS. NAPKINS. NAPKINS. NAPKINS. NAPKINS. NAPKINS. NAPKINS. NAPK1VS LACE A full line ei Lace and Net TIDIES LACE Tidies; also. Antique Point TIDIES LACE Lace Tidies. tidies GTFT DRAWINGS. TT7ILLARD HOTEL LOTTERY POST T PONED TO APRIL 7, 1881, FOR A FULL DRAWING. The drawing will take place at LOUIS VILLE, KY., under the authority et a special act or the Kentucky Legislature, and will be under the absolute coutrel et disinterested commissioners appointed by the act. LIST OF PRIZES. The Willard Hetel, with all itsKOSfilWl Fixtures aud Furniture ipw,Wv One Residence en Green Street $13,000 One Residence en Grccn Street 15,000 Twe Cash Prizes, each $5,000 10.000 Twe Cash Prizes, each $2,000 4,ii00 Fire Cash Prizes, each $1,000 5.000 Five Cash Prizes, each $500 2,500 Fitty Cash Prizes, each $100 5.000 One Hundred Cash Prizes, each $50 3.000 Five Hundred Cesh Prizes, each $20 10,000 One Set Bar Furniture 1,000 One Fine Piane. 500 One Handsome Silver Tea Set 100 400 Bescs Old Bourbon Whisky, $3C 14,400 10 Baskets Champagne, $33 3.10 Five Hundred Cash Prizes, each $10 5,000 400 Bexes Fine Wines, $30 12.000 200 Bexes Robertsen Ceuntv. Whisky,$30, B.000 400 Rexcs Havana Cigars, $10 4,00il Five Hundred Cash Prizes, each $10 5,000 AMOUNTING TO 83C9.830. Whole tickets, $3 ; Halves, $1; Quarters, $2. Remittances may be made by Rank Cheek. Express, Postal Meney Order, or Registered Mail. Responsible agents wanted at all points. Fer circulars giving full information, and for Tickets, address w. a whips, Willard Hetel, Louisville, Ky. febl5-Glw&2wiiT&S 29th Popular Monthly Drawing OVTH COMMONWEALTH DISTRIBUTION CO. At Macanley's Theatre, in the City of Louis ville, en MONDAY. FEBRUARY 28th. 1881. These drawings occur monthly (Sundays excepted) under previsions et an Act et the General Assembly et Kentucky, incorporat ing the Newport Printing and Newspaper Company, approved April a, 137S. 49Thls Is u special act, and Has never been repealed. The United Suites Circuit Court en March 31, rendered the following decisiens: ltit That the Common wealth Distribution Company In legal. 2d Its draw inc. are fair. N. R. The Company has new en hand a large reserve fund. Read the list of prizes ler the FERRUARY DRAWING. $ SO.tk'iO . 10,000 . 5.000 . 10,000 . 10,000 . 10,000 ,. 10,000 10 prizes $1,000 each 20 prizes 300 each 100 prizes, $100 each 200 prizes 50 each 600 prizes 20 each 12,000 10,000 iuuu prizes leeacu 9 prizes 300 each, approximation prizes 2,700 9 prizes 200 each, " ". 1,800 9 prizes 100 each, " " U00 Whole tickets, $2; halt tickets, $i ; 27 tickets $50; 55 tickets, $100. Remit Meney or Hunk Draft in Letter, ei send by Express. DON'T SEND BY REGIS TERED LETTER OR POSTOFFICE ORDER. Orders of $3 and upward, by Express, can be sent at our expense. Address all orders te It. SI. BOARDS! AN, Courier-Journal Building, Louisville, Ky., et T. J. COMAIKKFOHD, 212 Broadway. New Y-rk. febl-TuTli&S&w LEGAL NOTICES. I71STATK OF IIKNUY GAItRECUT, LATE li of Lancaster city, Lancaster county. Pa., deceased. Letters testamentary en said estate having been granted te tnc undersigned, all nersens indebted te said decedent are renuest- ed te make immediate settlement, and these having claims or demands against the estate of said decedent, te make known the sunn; te the undersigned without delay, residing in Lan caster, Pa. ISAAC IK J.U IZ, JOHN A. RAUSMAN, jan2I-Ctdeaw Executers. E STATU OF KDW. A. SENEK, LaTK OK the City of Lancaster, Pa., deceased. Letters of administration en said estate hav ing been granted te the undersigned, all per sons indented tncreie are requested ie mane immediate payment, and these having claims or demands against the ame, will picsent them without delay te tlie undersigned. REBECCA SENER, Administiatrix, or te G. Setter & Sens, Lumber and Ceal Deal ers, N. E. Cerner Prince anil Walnut Streets, Lancaster, Pu. Jan 2SGldeaw T?STATE OF JAMES W. KHKY, LATE OF li the city of Lancaster, deceased. Ihc un dersigned Auditor, appointed tedWtribute the balancft remaining in the hands of Julia Rhey, administratrix el .lames W. Kliey, te and among these legally entitled te the Siune. anil te pa-s en exceptions te her account, will sit for that purpose en TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 22. 1SH1, at 10 o'clock a. m., in t he Library Roem el the Court Heuse, in the city of Lancaster, where all persons interested in said distribu tien ami exceptions may attend. WM. A. ATLEE. jau23-3tdeuw Auditor. INSTATE OF THOMAS I KKLLV, LATE J of Lancaster city, deceased. Letters et administration en said estate having been granted. te the undersigned, all persons in debted te said decedent arc requested te mal:e immediate settlement, and these having claims or demands against the estate of said decedent, te make them known te the undersigned with out delay, residing in Lancaster. Janl3-Ctdeaw W. U. HENSEL. ESTATE OF SARAH MONTGOMERY late of the city of Lnncaster, deceased Letters et administration en Raid estate liav ing been granted te the undsrsigncd, all per sons indebted theiete are requested te make immediate payment, and these having claims or demands against the same will present them for settlement te the undersigned, re siding in said city. t.LliAUt.111 .HU.NlliUflt.i;i II. B. SWAKO, Administratrix, janis-ctiieaw Attorney. INSTATE OF Sl'bANNA FKANCISCUS. It lute et the City et Lancaster, deceased. Letters or administration en said estate hav ing been grunted te the undersigned, all per sons indebted te said decedent arc requested te make immediate settlement, and these having claims or demands against the estate of said decedent te make known the tntrne te him without dalay. JACOB BOWERS. Administrator, d. b. n. c. t. a. Je. M. Amv.-ee. Attorney. jis-ctdeaw ESTATE OF K. JIENEUICT ItOOM, LATK or the city et Lancaster, deceased. Let ters testamentary en said estate having been granted te the undersigned, all persons in debted thereto arc requested te make immedi ate payment, and these having claims or de mands against the same, will present tkem without delay or settlement te te the under signed, residing in the city or Lancaster. MICHAEL HAIiERRUSH, Executer. Jsre. A. Corix. Att'v. ianlS-Gtdeaw ESTATE OF JACOB WED, SR., LATE el the city of Lancaster. Pa., deceased. Letters testamentary en said estate having been granted te the undersigned, all persons Indebted thereto ure requested te make imme diate settlement, and these having claims or demands against the same, will present them without delay for settlement te the undersign ed, residing in said township. JACeRWEU.JE.. Executer, Lancaster, Pa. A. J. EniRLT, Attorney, 49 Grant Street. Lancaster, Pa. J21-Ctdeaw ESTATE OF FJCEDERIC'K PYLE, JR., late et Lancaster city, deceased. Letter or administration en said estate having been granted te the undersigned, all persons in debted te said desedent are quested te make immediate settlement, and these having claims or demands against the estate of said desedent, te make known the same te the undersigned without delay, residing in Lan cistcr. HENRY WOLF, B. F. Davis, Administrator. Attorney. lebl6-6tdeaw COAL. B. B. MARTIN, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in all kinds of LUMBER AND COAL. 9Yard : Ne. 420 North Water and Prince streets above Lemen. Lancaster. n3-lyd COHO & WILEY. xr,(t NORTH WATER ST., Lancaster, fa., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in LUMBER AND GOAL. Connection With the Telephonic Exchange. Ilranch Office : Ne. 3 NORTH DUKE ST. leb2S-:yd fill TO REILLY & KELLER roil GOOD, CIEAN FAMILY COAL, Farmers and ethers in want et Suaerlar Manure will find it te their advantage te call. Yard, Harrisburg Pike. I Office. SOX East Chestnut srreeL S aglT-ltd Til A VELEHSf VIDM LANCASTER AMD 9ULLEBSV1IXK B. j Cars run as follews: Leave Lancatser (P. R. Depot), at 7, 9, aa-i 11:30 a.m., and 2, 4, 6 ami S Je p. m., except eat) Saturday, when the last car leaves at 39 p. m. Leave Miliersville (lower end) at 5, 8, and a. M., and 1, 3, 5 and 7 p. m. Cars run daily en above time except ea Sua day. CIOLUMBIA AND PORT DEPOSIT . K Trains new run regularly ea the Columbia and Pert Deposit Railroad ea tbe foUewing time: Stations North- Express. Express. Accen. vjir.!). a. a. r. a. r.x. Pert Deposit. 6:35 S3 2H Peachbottem 7:12 4:28 3:18 Safe Harber. 7:55 Ml Ml Columbia... 8:25 9:40 fc Stations Sectii-Express. ward. a. a. Express. Accem r. a. Columbia..... Safe Harber... Peachbottem. Pert Deposit. 11:43 P.M. 12:14 1237 1:30 6:20 6:49 r.a. 7J8 7:45 ArfcOS Le9-.40 11.07 r.a. I 8:05 I Vfc25 R EADING & COLUMBIA K. K. ARRANGEMENT OF PASSENGER TRAINS OCTORER 2Jth, ISfiO. NORTHWARD. LEAVE. Quarry vllle Lancaster, King St Lancaster Columbia. AB1UVE. Reading A.a. 9J0 9:40 SOUTHWARD. LKAVK. A.M. Reading 8:05 ARK1VK. A.a. r.a. r.a 300 6:10 r.a, Columbia 10:15 Lancaster. 10:07 2:10 2.10 8:S 8:10 838 5:00 5:10 6:41 Lancaster, King St 10:18 Onarryvillc 11:20 Trains connect ut Keading wltn trains te ana from Philadelphia, Pottsville, Harrisbnrfr, Al Al lcntewn and New Yerk, via Bound Broek Reute. At Columbia witli trains te and from Yerk, Hanover, Gettysburg. Frederick ami Balti more. A. M. WILSON. SupL PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD NEW SCHEDULE On and after MONDAY. JANUARY 17th. 1SS1, trains en the Ponusyi Penusyi nnia Railroad will arrive and leave the Lau Lau caster and Philadelphia depots aa follews: Eastward. Leave Z Arrive Phtlad'n Lanc'ter Philadelphia Express,.... Cincinnati Express fast l.lue,.... ..... . Yerk Accem. Arrives;... If..... !.l. ...... 1. .......-. 2:10 A.a. 2:55 " 5.-C8 " 8.00 " 8:05 " 8:45 ' 9:10 " 1:30 " 1:4; r.a. 2:00 " 35 " 4:35 6-25 " 4:13 A.a 5:13 " 7:3t iiiti ini'in i. Afrit;;?".,. ... Dillerville Accem. Arrives, Columbia Accommodation, Frederick Accem. Arrives, 10-.10 " 121 r.a. 3:45"" 3:00 ' 5:30 " 6:33 " 9-.3U raeiuc Express, Sunday Mail Johnstown Express, ciitcage way Express, Harrisburg Accommednl'n, a. a. r.a. r.a. 6:45 .... 89 7:53 .... 3:40 8:03 1:05 SJ0 7:55 1:10 3:10 10:05 3.-S3 5.50 WWrwtnn Leave" "Arrive westward. THIlad'a Lanc'ter Way Passenger, 1230 A.a. .VIOa.m Mail Train Ne. l,via Mt.Jey, 7:3e ie:20 ' MallTrainNo.2,viaCel'hia I0-.23 " Niagara ft Chicago Exprcsx 9:00 1IA0 " Sunday Mail, 8:l " 10-M " Fast Line, 12:10 " 2:30 r.a. Frederick Accommodation, 455 " DilIervilIeLoeal.viaMt.Jey .... 2SO " Harrisburg Accommednt'n, 230 t.m. 5:10 " Columbia Accommodation, 4:00 " 7iX u Harrisburg Express, 530 " 730 " Pittsburg Express, 6:25 " 830 " Cincinnati Express, 9:10 " 1130 " Pacific Express, 1135 " 2.45 A.a. Pacific Express, east, en Sunday, when flag gcd, will step at Mhhlletewn, Elhcabethtewn Mt. Jey, Landisvlllc, Bird-in-IIand, Leuian Place, Gap, Christiana, Parkcsburg, Coates ville, Oakland anil Glen Lech. Fast Line, west, en Sunday, when flagged, will step utDowningtewn, Coutojvillc.Parkes Ceutojvillc.Parkes Coutejvillc.Parkes burg, Mt. Jey, Ellzabethtewn and Middletown . Hanover accommodation west, connecting at Lancaster with Niagara and Chicago Express at ll:0iia. in., will run through te Hanover. Frederick Accommodation, west, connects at Lancaster, with Fast Line, west, at 2:30 r. a., mid will run tnreush te Frederick. Y" OCAL MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. HOURS FLR CLOSING THE MAILS. BY RAILROAD. Nxw Yerk theoueh a ail 7:30 a m, 1:00 p m, 4:15 p m and 1130 p m. Way Mail, cast, 730 a m. Goudenvillk, Dowiiingtewn, Leauian Place Gap 6 p m. PuiLADZLruiA through mail, 730 and 8:45 a in.. 1:00, 4:15 and 1130 p in. Pittsburgh and west, 2:00 and 11:30 p m. IlARitisnuRO Mail, 930, a m, 1:30, 5:15 and 11:10 a in. Wat Mail, west, 930 a m. BALTiaeRK ame Washihoten, vU Philadel phia, 4:15 p m. Baltimore and Washihoteh, via Yerk, 2:00 p m. Baltikerk ah d Washihoteh, via Harrisburg 1130 pm. Ceatksvillk, 4:15 p m. Celumhi a, 10:0) a m, 2:00 and 5:15 p m. Yerk ad Yerk wav, 2:00 and 1130 p m. NeRTUXiuf CXMTRAL, 10:00 am, 2:00 and 1130 p ui. Rsadike. via Reading and Colombia R R, 7:30 a in and 1230p m. RKADiwn, via Harrisburg, 5:15 and 1130 pui. Rbadinewav. via Junction, Lititz, Munhelni, East Ilciiiptlcld and Ephratu, 3 pm. VttJARiiTviLLE, Camargo, New Providence, West Willow and Martinsville, Retten and Lime Valley, 9:15 a m and 5:00 pin. Nkw Helland, Chiirchtewn, Greenbank. Blue Ball, Geedville, Beartown and Spring Greve, by way e' Downingtown,-at 730 unt ami lip m. Sate Hardek, via Columbia, 10:00 a m. BY STAGE Miliersville and Slackwater. te Sate Harlier, daily, at 4:00 p in. Te Miliersville, 8 and 11:30 a m, and 4 pm. Binkley's Bridge, Leacock, BurevllJe, New Helland, 230 p m. Willow Street. Smlthvllle, Buck, Chestnut Level, Greene, Peters' Creek, Pleasant Greve, Reck Springs, Fulrmeunt and Rewiandsvllle, Md. daily. 7:50 a in. Landis Valley, Oregon, West Earl. Furmcrs ville, Ncirsville, Ilinkletewn, Terra Hill, Marlindalr, daily, at 230 p m. Greenland, Fertility, Lain peter aud Wheat lund Mills, te Strasburg, daily, at 4 p m. Paradise and Seiidcrsburg, at 730 a m. New Danville, Conestoga, Marticville, Cole Cele man ville. Mount Nebo. Rawiinsville, Buthesda ami Liberty Square, daily, at 230 p m. WHEN OPEN FOR DELIVERY. ARRIVING BY RAIL. Eastern mall, 7 a u. . 1030 a in, 3 and 630 p m. Eastern way mail, 14130 a m. Western mail, 7 and 10 a in, ' and 6:30 p ui. Reading, via Reading and Columbia, 230 p m. Western way mail, 830 am. Reading way mail, 1030 a m. Quarry ville Branch, N:15 a in and 4 n w. ARRIVING BY STAGE. Frem Sale Harber and Miliersville, at 9 a m, dally. Frem Miliersville, 7 and 9 am, and 4 p m. Frem New Helland, at 930 a m, dally. Frem Rewiandsvllle, Md, at 4 p. m. Reading way mail, ut 1030 a m, dully. Frem Strasburg, ut 930 a in, daily. Frem Rawiinsville, ut II am. . DELIVERIES BY CARRIERS. There are four mail deliveries by letter car riers each day, and en their return trips they take up the mail matter deposited in the letter boxes. Fer the first delivery the carriers leave the efllcn at 630 a in; second delivery at 10a m ; third delivery at Ham; fourth delivery at 3 p m. SUNDAY POSTOFFICE HOURS. On Sunday the pestnflice is open from April 1 te October 1, from 8 tee a in, and from 8 te 7 am; from October 1 teAprll l.frem 0 te 10 a m , aud from 6 te 7 D '- GROCERIES. 8 O'CLOCK COFFEE IS THE PUREST and best ter the Breakfast Table. ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC TEA CO., Hi North Queen Street, jante-liiid Lancaster, Pa 1ANNED GOODS. "FRUITS, VEGETABLES FISH, &c. FRUITS. Peaches, Peam, Apples, Cherries, Quinees, California Apricots, Egg Plums, Nectarines, Gresn Gages, Plums, Ac. VEGETABLES. ti. St K. a'X. Tomatoes. Win-low, Aldrich and linker's Green Cern. French and American Green Peas, Pic Pumpkin, &. FISH. Fresh Salmen, Fresh Lebster, Fresh Mack erel, Little Neek Clams. Barataria Shrimps, Sardine in Oil, Sardines in Mustard, Ae. CONDENSED MILK. Euglc and Swiss Brands. BURSK'S, Ne. 17 EAST KINO 8TKKKT. fv