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LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 11881
.ivattcasrcr intelligencer. TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 21, 1881. THE LEAF. FROM THE ntRICU OF ARKAULT. Fer Uie Irtxtxierxcer. Peer withered leal", where dost tlien go, Severed cruelly from thy twig? It said, I de net knew : My lone support, se much abused, The monarch oak, se proud and tall. The wind has tern and bruised. By bis uncertain, fickle breath The north wind or the gentle breeze New carry me te death. Frem weed te plain, all through the day, Frem mountain into humid dale, lie hurries me away. I fellow him, all far and near. Without a murmur or complaint ; lie leads me without fear. I go where leaves et roses blew. Where the laurels bloom, lade and die : I go where all things go. II. B. S. m ' " "BILLY THE KID. " A Bey Desperado's Apalllng Recerd of Crime. Cleveland Leader. The de'mes of a noted boy desperado, known by the euphonious title of "Billy the Kid, " have been frequently chronicled in the telegraphic columns. "Billy the Kid " is bound te achieve even mere fame than the noted Wild Bill, -who, according te western lore, used te kill a man or two before breakfast. Billy's field of opera tions had been mostly confined te the bread prairies of that boundless state, New Mexico. Billy is a terror and Mr. Lute Wilcox of the Las Vegas, N. M., Daily Optic, new visiting in this city, knows all about the terror of the plains. This coming te the cars of a Leader man, he sought out the far western journalist, subjected him te the torture of an inter view and elicited the following facts : "The kid," according te report, was once a New Yerk bootblack. Heading dime novels and trashy story papers turned his head, and he bought a revolver and started for the boundless West. On the way he lingered long enough in Ohie te kill the first man, after which he made tracks for Texas, where he became a cow boy. His deadly skill as a marksnau and his unqucnchable desire for gore seen gave him the name and fame he coveted that of a brutal desperado. He was one of the leaders iu the Liuceln county, New Mexico, war, killing several men. After this light was ever he became the leader of a gang of outlaws and committed mur derous atrocities. Se offensive did his operations become that the governor of the state offered five hundred dollars re ward for his capture. The citizens com bined te help the officers of the law briug the fugitive te justice, and after a hard chase of two weeks he was captured and jailed. He, with four companions, was tried at Mcssilla, N. M., and sentenced te be hung en May 3, 1881. While in jail he confessed te Mr. Wilcox that he had killed no less than 32 men. "The Kid" is less than 21 years of age, tall and slender, with blue eyes and a lcardless face. He swore that he would ucver swing, and declared that he would break jail, and this act he successfully accomplished, en the night of April SO. He had warned the authorities that he would make his escape, remarking, "Yeu knew, boys, that iu order te make this hangiug a success you must have me there, and I don't intend te be present." He struck his guard ever the head with the heavy shackles that were en his wrists, and then snatching the revolver from the belt of the guard he quickly ended the lattcr's life with a bullet. He then coolly walked up te the house, just across the street, where the ether guard lived, and picking up a shotgun, seated himself te await the guard's return. A few moments later the latter, unconscious of any danger, strolled toward the house. A voice called out, "Helle, old fellow!" The guard looked up and saw Billy the Kid with the gun in his hand. A second later there was a loud report and the guard staggcred dying from a wound in the side. Te make sure of his work Billy sent the contents of the ether barrel into the guard's bedv. This made the second man that he had killed within ten minutes. Dropping the shotgun he entered a xpar room which was used for storing supplies and armed himself with half a dozeu six shooters, a Winchester repeating rifle and all the amunitien he could conveniently carry. The report of the gun had caused quite a number of people te assemble around the building, and when Billy ap peared en t'ie parch eveiy man reached for his pistol. With his Winchester riile at his side, net raising it te his shoulder, Billy began te sheet and tb.9 men began te scatter. " I am lighting the whole world for my Use," said he, " and I mean business." He then ordered one of the men te get him a horse "and a lile. He mounted the former and with the latter filed off the shackles en one of his legs, and, net step ping te remove the ether, tied the severed manacle with ils chain le his belt se that it should net impede his movements. Net aina'i iu the crowd dared te draw a bead en him, and, saying that he did net intend te steal the herse and would return it. Billy started out of town en a gallop. Be fore he had gene far the horse " bucked " and threw him. He jumped up, and at the muzzle of his pistol compelled ene of the men te catch his horse, which he re re meuutcd and rede away, and has net since been seen or heard of. It seems almost incredible that one man could take possession of a town and make his escape in the face of a score of armed men ; but such is the fact. Billy is said te be a master of thojuse of the revolver. He is a dead shot and can sheet quicker than any man in New Mex ico. He can use an ordinary Celt's revol ver as quickly as another man can a self self ceckiug pisteL He sheets with his left hand as accurately as ha does with his right, and his aim with a revolver in each hand, sheeting simultaneously, is unerring. With a Winchester rifle he can sheet as well with the gun at his side, without ap parently taking any aim as most men can in the usual way. His equal for the quick and unerring use of firearms has never been known in New Yerk. Since coming te Cleveland, said Mr. Wil cox, I hear that the Kid since his daring escapd has killed three mere men who were in the employ of Jehn Chisum, the cattle king. The cow boys, four in number. were seated, se says a report, around a fire when " the Kid" rede up -and inquired, " are you working for old Jehn Chisum ?" " Yes," was the reply. ' " Then here's your pay !" A bullet from the Kid's pistol pierced the man's brains at the same mo ment Seeing the murder of their com rade, the ether cowboys sprang te their feet, but before they could draw their sx shooters that of the Kid had exploded twice again, and' two mere of the cowboys fell. Pulling down en the ene remaining the murderer shouted "Holdup." The command was promptly obeyed. " New," continued Billy, " I want you te live te take a message te old Jehn Chisum for me. Tell him during the Lincoln coun ty war he premised te pay me five dol lars a day for fighting for him. I fought for him and never get a cent. New I intend te kill his men whenever I meet them, giving him credit for five dollars every time I drop one until the debt is squared ; and if I happen te meet him be fore I will kill him and call the whole ac count settled. All I am living for new is te get even with my enemies, and I expect te be in the country until I de that." ThnTTid then rode awav toward the Peces, and the cowboy, after seeing that f JSm aba oil ljal HHrlA aalt lAa4)A niS menus were an ucw, uiauu an uw te the nearest camp, where he told his story and secured assistance te bury the bodies of the murdered men. Heavy re wards are out for the Kid, but there seems te be but ene man in all that section with nerve enough te fellow the Kid, and that is the sheriff, Pat Garrett, who is en bis trail, and unless killed himself will get the Kid eventually. Peel Flajlug Per DnmfcH. The following is the full text of a law passed by the Legislature and signed by Gov. Heyt : Section 1. That if the proprietor, keener. lessee or manazcr of any saloon, hotel, tavern, inn, billiard room or ether place of resort or entertainment shall keep, maintain or permit te be played upon his premises, or in connection therewith, or having passage or communication te or with the same, the game, or amusement of peel with balls or anyether game of chance, the result or price of forfeiture of payment in any form of such game or amusement shall be by drinks of vinous, spirituous, or malt or brewed liquors, or any admixture thereof, he or she shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall be sen tenced for the first offense te pay a fine of $100 and te undergo an imprisonment of net less than ninety days, and for the second elfense te pay a fine of $300 and te undergo an imprisonment of net less than one year ; any license granted for the keeping of any such saloon, hotel, inn, bil liard room or ether place of resort or amusement shall, upon such second con viction, be declared null and void by the court in which the said second effensa shall be tried. Doctors Gave Him Up. " la it possible that Mr. Godfrey is up and at work, and cured by se simple a remedy?" " I assure you it is true tli.it he is entirely cured, and with nothing but Hep Bitters and only ten days age his doctors gave him up and paid he must die!" "Wcll-a-tiay!" It that is se, 1 will go this minute and get some for my peer Geerge. 1 knew hops arc geed." jul5 2wd&w Virtue Acknowledged. Mrs. Ira Mul lielland. Albany. N. YM writes : "Fer several years 1 have suffered lreni olt elt rccurring bilious headaches, dyspepsia, and cemnlaints peculiar te my sex. .Since using yenr Burdock Bleed Bitters I am entirely re lieved." Trice $1. Fer sale at 11. B. Cochran's Irug Stere, 187 North Queen street, Lancaster. A Baptist Minister's Experience. 1 am :i Baptist in in liter, and before I even thought of being a clergyman, 1 graduated in medicine, but left a lucrative practice ler my present, 40 years age. I was ler many years a sufferer from quinsv; "Themas' Eclectric Oil cured me."" I was also troubled with hoarse ness, and Themas1 Eclectric Oil always re lieved me. My wile ami child had diphtheria, and "Themas1 Kclcetric Oil cured them," and if taken in titne it will cure seven times out of ten. 1 am confident it is a cure for the most obstinate cold or cough, and it any one will take a small teaspoon and halt till ii with the OH, and then place the end et the spoon in one nostril and draw the Oil out cf tin; spoon into the head by snifling as hard as they can, until the Oil falls ever into the threat, and practice that twice a week, I don't care hew offensive their head maybe, it will clean it out and cure their catarrh. Fer deafness and ear-ache it bus done wonders te my certain knowledge. It is the only medicine dubbed patent medicine that I have ever ielt like recommending, and I am very anxious te see it in every place, ler 1 tell you that 1 would net be without, it in my house for any consideration. 1 am nmv sul luring withapalu like rheumatism in niyriirlit limb, and nothing relieves me like Themas' Eclectric Oil. Dr. E. F. CRANE, Cerry, Pa. Fer sale at II. B. Cochran's Drugstore. 137 Xerth Queen street, Lancaster. Gee. Meredith, Jersey City, wriJci: '"The Spring Blessem you sent me has had the hap piest effect en my daughter; her headache ami depression of spirits has vanished. She is again able te go te school, and is as lively as a cricket. I shall certainly recommend it te all my friends. Price 50 cents. Fer sale at 11. B. Cochran's Drug Stere, 137 Xerth Queen street, Lancaster. roil HALE. peel) CHANCE. A DESIRABLE COAL AXD LUMBER YAKD FOB SALE. The undersigned eilers at private sale a property consisting et seven lets el ground iu the town etspringvillc, Lancaster county, at the station en the Pennsylvania Railroad, about one mile west of Mount Jey ami near the Lancaster A Harrishurg turnpike. The improvements urc a two-storied Frame Heuse 21x24 feet, used.us a Railroad Station and Ticket Oilicc, a Frame Warehouse 21x23 feet, and Ceal and Lumber Yard, with about 2 0 feet et Ceal Shedding, New Fairbank's Scales of S ten capacity ; SOU Feet et Bail read Sidiug. Trestle work for dumping coal, with space ler exten sion of same. Buildings mostly newand every thing in geed order. Location pleasant, in a thicklv settled agricultural neighborhood and a fast improving town, witli no rival business in the town. Has an established coal trade, and capacity and advantages te de a geed shipping business and increased passenger travel. Price $"J.U)0 en reasonable terms. Fer further information address JOS. II. HABECKKR, Spring Garden l O.. jcSO-iind Lancaster County, Pa. MEDICAL. JYEIGART'S OLD WINK STOKE. Brandy as a Medicine. The following article was voluntarily sent te Mr. II. K. Klaymaker, Agent for HeigartV Old Wine Stere, by a prominent practising physi cian et this county, who lias extensively used the Brandy referred le in his regular practice. It is commended te the attention of these af flicted With Indigestion and Dyspepsia. BRANDY AS A MEDICINE. This new much abused Alcoholic Stimulant was never intended as a beverage, but te be need as a medicineef great potency in the cure or some of the destructive diseases which weep away their annual thousands of victims. With a purely philanthropic motive we pre scut te the favorable notice et invalids espe cially theso attlictcA with that miserable dis ease Dyspepsia, a specific remedy, which is net hing mere or less than Brandy. The aged, with feeble appetite and mere or less debility, will find this simple medicine, when used properly, A Sovereign Remedy or all their ills and aches. Be it, hewcvei strictly understood that we prescribe and use bu t one article, and that is REIGART'S OLD BRANDY, Sold by our enterprising yenng friend, II K SLAYMAKKR. This Brandy has steed the test for years, and lias never failed, as far as our experience extends, and we therefore iri volt the preference ever at I ether linuuifi! nematlerwith hew many jaw-breaking French titles they are branded. One-fourth of the money that is yearly thrown away en various Impotent dyspepsia specifics would suilice te buy all the Brandy te cure any such case or ascs. In proof of the curative powers et Reigart's Old Brandy, In cases of Dyspepsia, we can summon nnm hers of witnesses one case in particular we cite: A hard-working farmer had lcen afflicted with an exhaustive Dyspepsia ter a number el years; his stomach would reject almost every kind of feed; he had sour eructatiens con cen con stantlyeo appetite in fact, he was obliged te restrict his diet te crackers ami stnie 1. ....... i and as a beverage he used McUratiu's Beet j.ccr. iiu is h xncMieuist, aim men, :us new preached at times, and in his discourses often declaimed earnestly against all kinds olslreii" drink. When advised te try " Reigart's Old Brandy, In his case, he looked up with asleniinn:ii, but after hearing et its wonderful ctleets iu the cases of some of his near acquaintances, he at last consented te fellow our advice, lie used the Brandy faithfully and steadily; the first bottle giving him an appetite, and before the second was taken he was a sound man,wit Ii a stomach capable of digestinganything which hejehese te cat. He still keens it and uses a lit tle occasionally; and since he lias this medi cine he has been of very little pecuniary bene, fit te the doctor. A Pkaotuune Physician. H. E. SLAYMAKER, AGBMT FOB Reigart's Old Wine Stere, Established in 1785, IMPORTER AND DBAXBR III FIXE OLD BRANDIES, SHERRIES, SUPE- BIOB OLD MADEIRA, (Imported in ls.- 1827 and 1828.) CHAMPAGXES O EVERY BRAXD, SCOTCII ALK PORTER, BROWN STOUT. Ne. 20 KAST KINO ST.. LANCASTER. I'A 'JUDICAL. EEAD THIS! Lancaster. Pa- Apill 23, 1831. Thk Kidnetctka Mf'e Cexfaht. GenlM It gives me ranch pleasure te say that after using one pack el KIDNEYCURA I have been entirely cured et a severe pain in my back and side, of long standing, and that, toentlcr trying various known remedies. 1 have every confidence in your medicine, cheerfully recommend it, and knew that many of my Iricnds who have nsed it have been benefited. PETER BAKER, masiyd Foreman Examiner and Express. - T7"IDNEY WORT. THE ONLY MEDICINE IN EITHER LIQUID OR DRY FORM That Acts at the Same Time ea The Liver, The Bowels, and the Kidneys. WHY ABE WE SIOK? Became we allow there great organ te be come clogged or torpid, and poisonous humor are therefore forced into the oleod that should be expelled naturally. KIDNEY WORT WILL SURELY CURE KIDNEY DISEASE LIVER COMPLAINTS, Piles, Constipation, Urinary Diseases, Female Weakness and Nervous Disorders, by causing free action of these organs and re storing their power te threw off disease. Why suffer bilious pains and aches? Why tormented with Piles, Constipation? Why frightened ever disordered Kidneys ? Why endure nervous or sick headaches? Use KIDNEr WOKT and rrjeice in health. It is put un in Dry Vegetable Ferm, in O-liu cans, one package of which makes six S-quarls or medicine. 43-Alse in Liquid Ferui.very Concentrated JKrter the convenience et theso who cannot 3-readily prepare It It act with equal tW efficiency in either form. GET IT OF YOUR DRUGGIST. PRICE, SI. WELLS, RICHARDSON & CO., Prep's, Burlington, Vt. (Will send the dry pest-paid.) dec 27 lydAwI LOCHER'S Renowned Cough Syrup! A Pleasant, Safe, Speedy and Sure Remedy for Colds, Ceuglis, Hoarseness, Asthma, Influ enza, Soreness et the Threat and Chest, Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Spit ting of Bleed, Inflammation of the Lungs, ant' all Diseases of the Chest and Air Passages.1 Tliis'val liable preparation combines all the medicinal virtues of these articles which long experience has proved te possess the most wife ami efficient qualities for the cure of all kinds of Lung Diseases. Price 25 cents. Pre pared only and sold by CHAS. A.. LOCHER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST NO. 9 KAST KINtl STREET. elC-tf llK AD THIS USE- COUGH NO MORE I AME8ICAK HOUGH SYBOP, A CERTAIN. SAFE AND EFFECTUAL REMEDY FOR COUGHS, COLDS, SORE THROAT, HOARSENESS, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, WHOOPING COUGH, PAIX IX THE SIDE OR BREAST, And all Diseases of the THROAT AND LUNGS. Fer the relief of Consumptives in all stages of the disease. Fer sale only at HULL'S DRUG STOKE Ne. 15 WEST KING STREET, angSs-lydl LANCASTER. PA. ASTltlVU JlMtWN ADVERTISEMENT. STitimi ISKOS.' ADVERTISEMENT. LANCASTER BAZAAR, 13 EAST KING STREET, Have opened this week a New and well se lected stock of HOSIERY, WHICH THEY ARE SELLING AT EX TREMELY LOW PRICES. Goeil Fancy Hese for ter 10c. a pair. Excellent Hese, liulslied seams,.! pair fbr25c. Geed quality Hair-llncd Regular Made 2-Jc. Best Pin-Striped Full Regular Made 35c. Full Regular Made, Embroidered Centre, flOc. Child's Plain Colored Hese, Silk Clocked, 17c Geed Hair-llncd 10c. Imported Hese, Fancy Striped, 2 pair for 25c. Ladles' Full Regular Made Hese, White and Embroidered. 20c. Great Geme Down in Eats. Elegant Hats and Bennets at 19c. Child's Geed Ltiteht Style Hats at 19c. TRIMMED HATS IN GREAT VARIETY AT LOWEST PRICES. FANS, PARASOLS. LACES FROM 10c. APIECE UP. ASTRIOHBRO'S. BOOKS AXli HTATIONJUKT. Tt-JEW AND CHOICK STATIONERY, NEW BOOKS AND MAGAZINES, AT L. M. FLYNN'S, Ne. 48 WEST KINO STREET. THE T MacKINNON PEN. Or FLUID PENCIL, the only Reservoir Pen in the World with a circle of Iridium Around the Point. The most popular Pen made, as it has greater convenient for the pocket, than any new in use. .With one filling it will write lrem seventy te eighty pages of foolscap paper, does the work in a third time less, and with less fatigue than attends the writing ei twenty pages with the ordinary pen. The writing point being Iridium (called by geld pen makers Diamond), it will wear an ordinary lifetime. The manufacturers gnarantce te keep every i,?n t. Koea working order for three years, ?n... tl,c pelnt evrs any signs of wear in nut time te repeint free et charge. OLE AGENTS FOR THE MacKINNON PEN FN LANCASTER. JOfflST BAER'S SOUS, ASTBIGH BBOTHEBS 15 ud 17 NORTH ijOBEN STREET, LANCASTER, PA. xjrr goods, vnvbmwxak, jtc. N EXT IHIOB TO THE COURT HOUafc. FAHNESTOCK! SILKS, SHAWLS, DRESS GOODS, SKIRTS, LAWNS, DRESS GINGHAMS, WHITE GOODS, EMBROIDERIES, SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, HOSIERY, GLOVES, LACE MITTS, SUMMER UNDERWEAR, PARASOLS, SUN UMBRELLAS. Our stock of the above goods has never Dcen as ma anu complete as ai ine present time, all at our usual low prices. Alse Ladies', Gents. Bes's' and Girls' ALL SIZES AT LOW PRICES. FAHNESTOCK'S, Next Doer te Court Heuse. TTETZGEB, BARD Si IIAUGKMAN " AT THEllt NEW CHEAP STORE, Ne. 43 WEST KINO STREET, (ADLER'S eLIj STAND), ARK SELLING GREAT BARGAINS BLACK BLACK BLACK BLACK BLACK BLACK BLACK BLACK SILKS SILKS SILKS SILKS SILKS SILKS SILKS SILKS at 50 Cts. at 60 Cts. at 75 Cts. at $100. at $1.25. at $1.50. at $1.76. at $2.00. New is the time te buy a BLACK SILK DRESS, k NEW CHEAP STORE, Ne. 43 WEST KING STREET, LANCASTER, PA. s 1LKS, &U. H AGER & BROTHER Arc selling at very low prices New Lines Black Silks. New lines Colored Silks. New Lines Summer Silks. FRENCH GRENADINES NUN'S VEILING, PLAIN AND LACE BUNTINGS, FRENCH CASHMERES AND SHUDAS, FRENCH MOM1E AND FOULE. DRESS GOODS, At 12 and 15 cents, in large assortment. Actual value 25 cents. Alse, Frencii ma American Lawns, Figured Satins, Scotch and Domes Demes tic Dress Ginghams, DOTTED AND FIGURED SWISS MULL, INDIA LAWN, CHECK NA1NZOOK, VICTORIALAWNS, PIQUE WELTS, AND OTHER WASH GOODS. Ladles' and Children's GAUZE UNDERWEAR, Hosiery, Lisle and Kid Gloves, Lace Goods, Ac. Welnvitc examination. GENTS' WEAR ! BOYS' WEAR! i Invite an examination of Goods ler Spring and Summer Wear, of which they arc eflerlnir a Large Assortment in the Latest Styles and Fabrics. WORSTED SUITINGS, CHEVIOT SUITINGS, CASSIMERE SUITINGS, FLANNEL SUITINGS,- BOYS' SUITINGS. MADE UP CLOTHING, all of which they are soiling at the lowest rul ing price. GENTS' AND BOYS' GAUZE UNDERWEAR, All sizes and qualities, from 2.Tc. up. We in vite special attention te the Feather Weight Drawers ter Gents. A very superior and coui ceui coui extablc article for Summer Wear. JEWELERS. OOMETHINU MEW. MIRROR DIAL STEM-WINDING WATCH. AUGUSTUS RHOADS, Ne. 20 East King Street, Lancaster, 1 a. LIQVORS, JtC. PURE WINES H) LIQUOR; ALSO Druggist's 93 per cent. Alcohol, sit A. Z. RINGWALT'S Cheap Grocery and Llriner Stere, leblO-lvd Ne. an West King Street. lOssanierWaterproefs lira Mpn BAGEII OZOXKJTJre. pLOTHING! Anyone having-neglected or put off getting themselves a SPRING OR SUMMER wUl de well te call at CENTRE HALL,- Ne. 12 EAST KING STREET. MYERS & RATHFON. The LARGEST CLOTHING HOUSE IN THE STATE OUTSIDE OF PHILADELPHIA. We are offering our Stock et Spring and Summer Goods At reduced price, in order te make room for our coming Fall Stock. If reu want a Heady Made Suit you can be suited for very small amennt of money. . yen preter being measured and having a Suit made te order you can find no better stock te select rrern anuat such prices as wUl astonish you. Indeed the prices are se low that no ene need go abent in a shabby suit these days. Just think of It, we can furnish you with COAT, PANTS ANT TEST te keep cool in, ler the the enormous amount of THREE DOLLARS. Yes, for a man te wear, and a big man tee. Call and see and be suited and save money. We employ the best experi enced Cutters, and we can guarantee satisfaction in every particular. MYERS & RATHFON. CENTRE HALL, . IS EAST KINtt STBEET, LANCASTER, FENX'A. FLVMBEKS rOUN L. ARNOLD. PLUMBERS' SUPPLY HOUSE. -A FCLL BATH TUBS, RATH BOILERS, WATER CLOSETS, KITCHEN SINKS, WASH STAKDS, IRON FITTINGS, GUM TUBING, LEAD TRAPS, IRON HYDRANTS, IRON PAVE WASHES, GAS GLOBES, WROUGHT IRON PIPE, FRENCII RANGES FOR HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS JOIDSr L. ARNOLD, Nee. 11, 13 & 15 EAST ORANGE STREET, LANCASTER, PA. fapr2-tfd MLLL1XEKY, 1881 SfKING FINE MILLINERY GOODS. THE FINEST GOODS, LATEST STYLES AND LOWEST PRICES FOR HATS, BONNETS, FLOWERS, FEW AND RIBBONS Alse, the Latest Spring Stylea of DRESS TRIMMINGS, BUTTONS AND FRINGES, at K. A. HOuWTOFS CHEAP STORE, Ne. 25 NORTH QUEEN STBEET, itJtT aeuDx. J.B MARTIN & CO. SPECIAL BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. DRESS GOODS, CASnMERES, . SILKS, WHITE GOODS. LAWNS, MOMIE CLOTHS, NUN'S VEILINGS, UNDERWEAR, GLOVES, NOTIONS, SUN SHADES, LINEN SUITS, LINEN DUSTERS. CARPETS, WALL PAPERS, WINDOW SHADES AND FIXTURES. J. B. MARTIN & CO., Cor. W. King and Prince Streets, LANCASTER. PA. OKASONABLK GOODS. TATT, Sflffl & CO. Are new showing an Immcnse Stock et New Styles In Dress Ginghams & Lawns, LACE AND PLAIN BUNTINGS, SUMMER DRESS GOODS, SUMMER SILKS, VICTORIA LAWNS, INDIA LINENS, CAMBRICS AND PIQUES, Ladies', Gents' and Children's GAUZE UNDERWEAR Ann SUMMER HOSIERY, In all sires and qualities at Lewest Prices. Regular Made Hosiery a Specialty. Just open ed a Choice Line et PARASOLS AND SUNSHADES In Natural Stick, Hern and Walrus Handles. SCOTCH GINGHAM PARASOLS, PLAIN SILK PARASOLS, TWILLED SILK PARASOLS, BROCADE SILK PARASOLS. LACE TRIMMED PARASOLS. Parasols te suit everybody at the NEW YORK STORE, ' 8 laKAST KING STREET. rAeEMMA.liGIIfUS, Jte. TITINDDW SHADES, C. 200 WINDOW SHADES in a variety of Celers, that will be sold from forty te seven ty-flve cents a piece. This is about halt value for them. A few of these light patterns left, in order te close, will be seiu at scvcniy-nve cents a piece. Plain Shading for Windows in all the newest colors, and in any desired quality wanted. 40 inch, 45 inch and 72 Inch for large windows and Store Sliades. SCOTCH HOLLANDS the best goods made, American Hollands in assortment. Measure of windows taken, esti mates made and shades hung In a satisfactory manner. Ot WALLPAPERS we are prepared te suit everybody. Oar line Is larger, choicer ami cheaper tlian any season heretofore. Gilt Papers lrem the cheapest grade te the finest goods made. Grounded and Common Papers in such a fine variety that we can suit the most fastidious. Cornices and Cnrtaiu Poles, Window Paiicrs. Ac. Or ders taken for Fine Mirrors. PHARES W. PRY, TLOTHISG! SUIT SUrriJEii. fOHN L. ARNOLD. LISIK OV- STEAM COCKS, CHECK VALVES, HDRANT COCKS, CURB STOPS, GLOVE VALVES, SOIL PIPE, LEAD PIPE. GAS COCKS, GAS FIXTURES, ROOFING SLATE, CENTRE PIECES, TIN PLATE, OPENING OF 1881 HOUSE EUJtSJSHtSU tiOOJM. TjIAS LINN & W1LI.SON. ii Goods, FULL LINE FOR SUMMER. GLASS FRUIT JARS, TIN CANS, JELLY TUMBLERS, BRASS, PORCELAIN LINED AND AGATE PRESERVING KETTLES. WINDOW SCREENS. FLY TRAPS, FARSOIPS, REFRIG ERA TORS, WATER FILTERS, WATER COOLERS, FISHING TACKLE. BASEBALL SUPPLIES, ARCHERY GOODS, CROQUET SEST, BABY CARRIAGES, &C The Finest and Cheapest Line el 5c. and 10c. GLASSWARE ever ettered in the city. SOLE AGENTS FOR PENNSYLVANIA LAWN MOWER. FLINi & WILL80N, Ne. 152 NORTH QUEEN STREET, LANCASTER, PA. GIFT BRA. WINGS. COMMONWEALTH DISTRIBUTION CO. 33d Popular Monthly Drawing -or THK COMMONWEALTH DISTRIBUTION CO. At Macanley's Theatre, In the City or Leuis ville,en THURSDAY, JUNE 30th, 1881. These drawings occur monthly (Sunday& excepted) under previsions et an Act et the General Assembly of Kentucky, incorporat ing the Newport Printing and Newspaper Company, approved April !, 1878. 49-This is Rpeclal act, and bas saver bees , repealed. I The United States Circuit Court en March 31, rendered the following d jcislens : 1st That the Commonwealth Distribution Company is legal. 2d Its draw ing are fair. N. B. The Company has new en hand a large reserve fund. Read the list of prizes for the JUNE DRAWING. 1 priM $ 30,000 X prlZ6..a... ! 5.06C 10 prizes fl.OOOeach 10.0W aOprizesOWeach IO00O 100 prizes $100 each lO.en 800 prizes SO each 10060 600 prizes 20 each 12,00 100O prizes lOcach 10,088 9 prizes 300 each, approximation prizes 2,708 9 prizes 200 each, " Eaea 9 prizes 100 each, " see Whele tickets.!; halt tlckets,81; 27 tickets $50; 55 tickets, 100. ' Remit Meney or Bunk Draft in Letter, ei send by Express. DON'T SEND BY REGIS TERED LETTER OR POSTOFFICE ORDER. Orders or $5 and upward, by Express, can be sent at our expense. Address all orders te R. M.BUAKDMAN, Courier-Journal Building Louisville, Ky.. ei T. J. GOMMKKFUKU 300 Breadwav. New Yerk. febl-TuThftSJfcw VULVA ANU GLASSWARE. D KCORATKD WARE AT CHINA HALL. Havlland Decorated China. Frnit Saucers, Berry Scls, Compertlers, Tetc-a-Tcte Sets, Fruit Plates, Pitchers, Cus-paderts, Ac. WEDGEWOOD MAJOLICA, sli Majolica Berry Sets, Fruit Saucers, Bread Trays. Trays, Tea Sets. Pitchers. Butters. 4c. Latest Shapes and Styles. Call and sec them at HIGH & MARTIN'S, 15 KAST KINO STREET. T11A rELAMt- VMDt IANCAvrEli AND MILLKKMVILLK It. j Cars run as fellows : Leave Lancatser ;p. K. Dupet), at 7, 9, n 11:30a. au, and 2, 4, 6 and 8:30 p. in., exeat ea Saturday, when the last car leaves at 9-J p. w. Leave MUlersvUle (lower end) at 5, 8, aad a. M., and 1,3, 5 and 7 p.m. Cars run daily en above time except en Snn day. COLUMBIA ANU PORT DEPOSIT R. R '. Trains new run regularly en the Columbia and Pert Deposit Railroad ea the fellow In t tune: STATtes NeRTH-Kxpress.Kxpress.t Aceen. wift i . . r.n. i r.M. Pert Deposit. Peachbottem. . . Safe Harber.. Columbia &S3 7:12 736 83 3:55 4:23 5:11 5:40 28 3:18 521 Statie Seuth- Express. Express. Aoceui ward. A.M. r. M. A.M. Columbia. 1B3. 6:20 7:45 p. k. ArifcOS Safe Harber. 12:06 6:49 Le9:4tf Peachbottem...... 12:48 7:32 11.C7 r.w. Pert Deposit 1:25 8.-0f 1 12ri R EADINU COLUMBIA R. R. ARRANGEMENT OF PASSENGER TRAINS SUNDAY, MAY 29th, 1880. NORTHWARD. LXAVX. A.X. r.K. r.M. A.M. OuarrwUle 6:40 .... 2d 7:3.. A.X. r.K. F.M. 6:40 .... 2d 7:50 .... 3:40 8:00 16 330 730 1:10 3:10 10:05 3:20 530 VRD. Lancaster, King St 730 .... 3:40 9:15 Lancaster 8:00 16 330 927 Columbia. ARRIVK. Reading SOUTHWARD, LaAVK. A.M. Reading 7:25 AJUUVK. A.M. r.M. 1230 6:10 r.M. 2:10 82U 2.10 88 820 .... 925 Columbia 9:35 Lancaster. 9:27 2.10 tfcOS 5:30 Lancaster. KingSt 97 .... 820 3:40 QnarryvUle 10-.37 .... 925 7:I0 l rains connect at Keaiiing wuu ir.uns 10 anu t rem PhUndelphlaPnttsvillc, Ilarrisburg, AI AI lentewn and New Yerk, via Bound Broek Reute. At Columbia with trains te and from Yerk, Hanover, Gettysburg, Frederick and Balti more. A.M. .WILSON. Supt. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD NEW SCHEDULE On and after MONDAY MAY' 16th, 1881, trains en the Pennsyl vania Railroad will arrive and leave the Lan caster and Philadelphia depots as fellows; Eastward. Leave Arrive Pbilad'n Lanc'tfr Cincinnati Express Fast Line, Yerk Accem. Arrives;. . . Ilarrisburg Express. 235 a.v. 58 " 8:00 " 8:05 " 8:45 -9:10 " 1:10 " 121 r.M. U0 " 3B " 4:48 " 4:35 " !25 " 925 " 6:15 a.m 7:35 " 10:10 1-aei'r.w. DiUerville Accem. Arrives, Columbia Accommodation, Frederick Accem. Arrive. Pacific Express, Sunday Mail, Johnstown Express, St. Leuis Day Express Chicago Dav Exnress 32 " 50 ' 530 " 6:45 " tW " Harrishurg Accommedat'n, On UI j 11:35 ' ,, Leave Arrive Whbtward. Phllad'a Lanc'tcr - i . m Way Passenger, 1230 a.m. 5M. Mail Train Ne.l,vla Ml Jey, 730 " le:20 " MailTrainNe.2,vIa:rii-u .... 1025 " Niagara A Chicago Exprc. !U)0 ' :055 " Sunday Mail,. 80 " 1030 ' Fast Line, 12:10 " 2:30 r.M. Frederick Accommodation, .... 2:35 ' DBlervilleLocal.viaMt.Jey .... 230 ' Ilarrisburg Accominedat'u, 23V p.m. 5.50 " Celnmbia Accommodation, 40 " 72C " Ilarrisburg Express. 530 " 730 " Pittsburg Express, 625 " 830 " Cincinnati Express, 9:10 " IIJW " Pacific Express, 1135 " 2.45 a. m Pacific Express, cast, en Mintiuy, wnea flag ged, will step at Middletown, Eltzabethtewn, Mt. Jey, Landisville, Bird-in-Iland, Lemiin Place, Gap, Christiana, Parkcsburg, Ceatcs Vlllc, Oakland and Glen Lech. Fast Line, west, en Sunday, when Itaggrd, wUl step at Downingtown, Ceutcsv llle. Parkcs burg, Mt. Jey, Ellzabethtewn and Middlctew n . Hanover accommodation west, connecting at Lancaster with Niagara and Chicago Express at 11:00 a. m., will run through te Hanover. Frederick Accommodation, west, connects at Lancaster, with Fast Line, west, at 2:30 r. m., and wUl run tnreugh te Frederick. OAMBMTS. f REAT BARGAINS 1M t'AKl'rs, I claim te liava thu Largest and Finest tocket CARPETS In this City. Brussels and Tapestry C A RPETS Three-ply, Extra Super, Super, All Weel, Halt Weel ami Part Weel Ingrains : from the best te the cheapest as low as 2Se. per yard. All the FINEST AND CHOICK PA TTERNS that ever can lie seen in this city. 1 also have a Large and Fine Sleck el my own make Chain and Rag Carpels AS LOW AS 30c PER YARD. Alse MAKE CARPETS TO ORDER at short notice. Satisfaction guaranteed. SXe trouble te show goods if yen de net wish te purchase. I earnestly solicit a call. H. S. SHIRK, 203 WKST KINO STBEET, LANCASTER PA. rWVKtS, C. NEW CARPETS 40.000 YARDS. New Designs, BeaatiTallr Clrel. 50 cents. 85 cents. INGRAINS l cents. 90 cents. 75 cents. $1.00. TAPESTRY BRUSSELS cents. $1.00. cent. $1.10.; cents. $1.20. WILTON AND f MOQUETTES, GOOD VALUE -( AT LINOLEUM, L1GNUMS. ALL PRICES. MATTINGS in Great Variety. Handsomest shown for many years. REEVE L. KNIGHT, Ne. 1222 Chestnut Street, a4-1yilced.2twl PHILADELPHIA. CARPETS, COAL, c. PHILIP SCHUM, SON k CO., MANUFACTORY,' SO. 150 SOUTH WATER STREET, LAircASTXX, Pa., Well-known Manufacturers of Genuine LANCASTER QUI LTS, COUNTERPANES, COVERLETS, BLANKETS. CARPETS. CARPET CHAIN. STOCKING YARN, Ac. 8USTOM RAG CARPETS A SPECIALTY. LANCASTER FANCY DYEING ESTABLISHMENT. Dress Goods Dyed either In the piece or In Garments; also, all kinds or silks. Ribbons, Feathers and Woolen Goods Dyed. Gen tlcmen's Coats, Overcoats, Pants. Vests, Ac. Dyed or Scoured; also. Indigo Blue Dyeinp done. All orders or goods left with ns will receive prompt attention. CASH PAID FOR SEWED CARPET RAGS. GOAL. GOAL. Ceal et the best quality pnt np expressly lei lamily use, and at the lowest market rates. TRY A SAMPLE TON. YARD-150 fcOUTH WATER STREET. 22-lydRSl PHILIP SCHUM. SON X C MOTELS. VOW OPEN-SPRECHKK HOCSK.-ON iX Europeen plan. Dining Reems ler Indies and Gentlemen. Entrance at Ne. 27 North Duke street. Clam and Turtle Soup Soup Lebster Salad. Oysters In Every Style and all the Delicacies et the S casen. We solicit th patronage et the public. may7-t Id n rim INVENTORS! W. H. BABCOOK, Atterncy-at-Law, of Washington, D. C. form erly an examiner in U. S. Patent Office, eners his 'services as solicitor before the U. S. and foreign Patent Offices. Carerut work at ftilr prices. Was associate el Mr. Jacob Stauffcr et Lancaster, until the latter's death. ' c6-3md&w NO. 87 NORTH QUEEN ST.