Father Abraham. (Reading, Pa.) 1864-1873, June 12, 1868, Image 3
GEN. GRANT, says the New York - J'4. not lowg ag,o, declared in ocr: hearing. The rebel , : we whipped, a, it was our duty to (lo ; they fought lo.avelv, and I for one have no spite again,:t them. If they behave them- I shall think well of them. But the treason sympatizers and peace men the North—the men who, during the wdr. reviled the soldiers, encouraged the , 'nervy. :mud did their utmost to stop sup pliT, and reinforcement,: to our boy. - - in the front, and such men I can't forgive; I will never forget them, nor have any ,fling to do with them." l't;EstnENT JoHNsoN, in his message Com.fross last December, says of Gen. (=rant's administration of the IVm• De -1)!•Irtmont : Salutary reforms have lwen imroduced by the Sect•etary ad iHtcrint. and , rent reductions of expenses have ellected under hint administration of the «"at• Department, to the saviror of mil'iions to the Treasury.— Deem ecrats have cane(' a Con,(.r- sltdier,..' and Sailor:-.' ,o; \-(-n ion to meet it Ne , ,v York on Itlt 1,1 . , ' ,111V. to take i•tion on lit canindlle-4 flo dent 111(1 Vice Pro , ideot. Thoir voice 1 ). , respected ly the Convent AVII.I, lda-pheiny :•( col.r.kx i- a Noi.rla. , l.a -(11- !!,11,..in. and of coitr , o k not eimileeteil with, neither doe. lio sympathize whit lift-lilux Klan. or or of tliereo)re il, NveliM p prudent for any lire 11(iliCy OIL Gt.ll. the 111. _1- TIIE COppellit'llll , appear to he rtt Johnson', arrittii ttl, tt -, .tttost t!tti thel - not - ilia:Ott hint tt, their catttli tl:;-. peopht wittilt! tike trr - bay,. a .tt i.ET u- revi\ - t , in ;111 its tt.l.ciY, truth 111( , of tlw I(l)el i)oinoefilcy with tho of latin:to;.(v told frei,dohl. NEvi:tz let the min,l focg•ct eithel• the sacrillue, of the, heroic Il`o.l And livhiv; or the harbarote4 tren , on Ile. :Ili hurs 'lf the rel)ellion. IZl],uttitEcT the Diquoi•tal plathollt with - Icelellan upon it, which the. war fi)r the rc-,1 oration of the Union "a failure." 11E. , ( - EnlicT the 1)011).0(11th. Imstility 1 , 1 tie' N-otinu, in Ihe 1 3 'id. BE-I"ItHECT the Democratic slandcr.i Altraliam Lincoln. r...4t - It IZECT the eftbils of the Southern Democrats to burn our Northern cities anal to ~ .:arry pestilence into Northern 11.E , ,,unnicT the Democratic hostility tx) draft and to the currency. RESURRECT the Democratic hatred of (our Sanitary Fairs and Christian Com- 11 1,,1011, RESURRECT the Democratic hostility to all the war measures of Congress, thus protracting the war and helping the traitors. it oral 4i-'ttnts. THE GREAT NATIONAL CAMP MEET ING.—The great National (Methodist) Camp Meeting, at Manheim, will com mence on Tuesday, July 14th, and close 4n Friday, July 241,11. The camp ground is about ten minutes' walk from the town. and is abundantly provided with excellent water, and perfect arrange ments have already been made for the accommodation of persons from a dis tance. One full railroad fare will secure a return ticket from almost any point. The price of board will be, for the full time, only 67.00—51.00 per day, and 50 cents for a single meal. Nearly all the farmers in the neighborhood have agreed to accommodate as many as possible, upon the most reasonable terms. The railroad accommodations (Reading and Columbia Road) will be ample for any number of people. It will doubtless be the greatest camp meeting ever held in this county. No better, or, in every re- Esect, more suitable place than the rural village of Manhoim, in the great county of Lancaster, could have been selected for this purpose. FALLEN BRAVES.—The decoration of the graves of the deceased heroes in our midst on Saturday the 30th ult., was a very impressive ceremony. Quite a large number of the members of the G. A. R. and several lodges and tire companies turned out to do honor to the departed. A certain individual who is a disgrace to this community, with brazen impudence and hellish maliciousness, attempted to disturb the solemnities of the occasion by preventing the decoration of his dead soldier brothers grave. We are not anxious to gratify the gentleman (!) by bringing him into notice. We therefore withhold his name from the public and forscar further comment. RE5i0,44 ) „,..-IPe, in common with Lan casteriarisgenerally, regret to learn that our friend B. IL Warner, Esq., the cour teous and o eputy Collector of o l e this district, hi / signing that posi tion foi *is p :,.-!.* .resuming the styli of the legalr• on w. onat the Law School; ' Washington, D. C. The short time he has been in our midst, by his zeal In the advocacy of chriethfraity and temperance, both in his general d ,:, !•pectwort - -±.„ _ ON through Mau 0010114128 WAlSlh.lit" paper—rho Yoder of Pruth—lte has won the high esteem arid regard of teeny of our citizens, and his depariure will be a loss to the community at large. May suc , ..ess always attend him. SAnn.vrn Sufroot, CoNvEvrnrc.—We stated in our last that a ('ounly 'onven ion of Sabbath Schoo!s would he 11.1 d out Tuesday and 'Wednesday. the Nth and ITth of June. 186 s, in St. Paul's (H;( rnian church, Southwest coiner of Duke : Oran re street, this city. The obje,l Cie convcution is to erCect al lief main 111. or.,.. , :anization of "a Count . , ‘,. •, Association." the praetl eai of >uch a::sociation hcing no Inattyy 1, f doubt, but ahundantly proved hy their beneficial effects in other counties. _.k.s it is to he a Count}' Asso ciation. every Sabbath Selmol in the county sbouhl he represented in the con vention ; and it i t expected that every School will send its proper dele , rates, and that; all Sahha , .ll School superintendents, officers, teachers and friends of the Sab bath Sch.ml cau , e kill he present at and participate in the exercises of' 1 he vidlyell -11011. 11"1:: clip the following from a city co temporary ith our full endorsement: 1)Irr - rEl , To Pu.tcricE.-I.leut. t , Jr., was on motion of A.. 11 cur 1. Esl., admitted to practice law in \ - ond Courts of Lancaster county. Mr. ii. WAS attending Franklin Coliwre and had reached the close of his Junior year at the break in..4 out of :he late war, when he immedi ately rel wished his studies and entered the naval service, where he remained until peoo' was established. On his re turn to civil life he commenced the study of the law and pursued it with an earnest ness that prianis., , ,s well for his future suc cess. l\ Ir. is a young man of courteous milner , :eel industrious habits, and should 11r conclude to locate in this city, cannot fail to win al, enviable position in the profession. We are informed that he nassefl a very eredil able examination. MI:. Br( INA.N . -; WaS filed on 1Voillic , (1;ly I t.t. 52IVitP4 S".1_000 to the Pr' - 1 )yl (Tim] t'llurcli )flliis city, and -...2000 to Itirlii , ll filci fo f u r o r Avidolvs of th„ cite, hu divid, , s his estate bt , l‘vecii flaltimori , , (lato Ilarript Lane.) hi-. IZ , v. F.. Y. ltu-liallan. and (1e.t , a , 0(1 sicirrs rflw family of IV. B. !tied, Pliiladolphlo. rect , i\ - t. lit cotti(luration of ttLich Recd i write a hi-tor}' or Ills lift'. Prot Cotxmut.k.— A correspondent from Columbia sends us the following: AlEs , ;us. Ern-rolls: On Saturday.. Tune 6th, the Champions of Lancaster (Ath letic.) payed a flying visit to the very pretty little town of Columbia, and en gafTed in a game of Base Ball with the leading oanization of this place (Mutu al.) which resulted in a defeat of the Champions (Athletie,) by the following score : Mutual, 28. Athletic, 16. Ft'\RT:Ar. Onsr.gums OF Ex-PItESI DENT 131:4:11ANAN.—The funeral of Ex- President Buchanan took place on Thurs day of last week, 4th inst. ; 4 ,eyeral of the lodges of this city, all the lire com panies, the citizens generally and delega tions from abroad, accompanied his re mains to the Woodward Hill Cemetery. The religious services were conducted by Rev. Dr. Nevin. LANCASTER COUNTY is now arrayed in her choicest robes, and presents an appearance of " natural loveliness" most gratifying to all people of good taste. We feel proud of our rich and beautiful county, and of her thousands of intelli gent people whose enterprise and refine ment have made her to " blossom like the rose." THE CICADA, or seventeen year Lo custs have made their appearance in great numbers in this vicinity within the last few days. They come out of the ground mostly under old trees. Some neighborhoods are literally swarming with them. DECEASED. - Since our last issue, Richard Waters and George Musser, two old soldiers of the Ivar of 1812, died at their residences in this city. Thus, one by one, the old veterans are passing away. POLITICAL Ws arc authorized to announco the name of OW). BRUBAKER as a Candidate for DISTRICT ATTORNEY, subject to the decision of the people at the Republican Primary Election on SATUR DAY, tho 15th day of AUGUST, 1868. Ws are authorized to announce that BENJAMIN F. BARR, of the Olty of Lancaster, will be a can didate fur nomination fur Disrittur ATTOR NEY, at the mining primary meetings of the Na tional Union Republican party of Lancaster county. DRY GOODS, tOc. ABRAM SCHEETZ, NEW STORE: I= PLAIN AND FANCY DItY GOODS, CLO TILING 4 NOTIONS, COIL woßni QUEEN et ORANGE STREETS, L. NCA ATNit, PA SUITS MADE TO ORDER. DRI GII Intosits, . No. 52/4 .1412 N N nintalt, BaArint ' CI, PA., %Ili NuvAntitims ALTHE BAGALIAA, JEW ► :AND OTHXIII LODGE -Par Loage• -CouscAlel traptty ivs How lad • • • 151." - Ariaanowt eakanlea A 1 4 ' , and fur all fu atais assochntoua, Natal uut at the bhurt east notleu. All, amoral, Baits, 1404 Cam and Itegalia Tritanduga ktnila eonstaintly un hand. Orders respectfully solicited, and goudls furwarded to all parts of the country. AUCHENBACH ,k BROTHER, N. MO PENN Streut, Reading, Pa. N_TTIEIZ BOOKS 4U STATIONERY. BooKs & STATIONERY. F SCiit)OL AND DefISCELLANEOUS BOONS, FAMILY AN!) POCKET BIBLES, LAROELASSoRTMENT OFLGOOD STATIONERY, BLANK. 1204)NS OF ALL SIZES, ROOSEN"S CHEAP STANDARD MUSIC Catalogues of the above furnished on application. KURTZ AND MoNAAGHAN'S CELEBRA TED ()OM) PENS, ANTHONI"S STEREospopEs, AMERICAN AND FOREIGN VIEWS. Liberal deductions to Merchants. OrdersGrespectfully solicited andGprompt ly tilled at J. H. SHEAFFER'S, Cheap Caoh Book Store, ►7 No. :32 North Queen Street, Lancaster, Pa. S NEW BOOKS AND NEW STATIONERY, —AT— BARR'S, No. Ii EAST KING STREET, Ippositif the Court House. ALL NEIL' PUBLICATIONS REGULARLY RE CEI rED AS FAST AS ISSUED FROM THE AMERICAN PRESS. ALL THE NEW ENGLISH PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED AS SOON AS THEY AP PEAR IN THE AMERICAN MARKET. SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO TIIE IMPOR TA ?lox OF ENGLISH BOOKS. 200,000 ENVELOPES AND 400 REAMS OF PAPER, JUST RISC El PHD, INCLUDING BILLETS, NOTES LETTERS, LEGAL AND BILL CAPS, OF ALL GRADES AND SIZES, RANG ING FROM 15c. to $l4 PER REAM. A LSO, THE VERY LATEST STYLES OF E.voLtsn AND ERE.VCII PAPERS, AND EN YELOPES TO MATen. All Papers and Envelopes purchased st our es tablishment will be stamped with the initials of the purchaser, free of charge, In the very latest and best *le, if desired. We are prepared to furnish dealers with Papers, Envelopes, and :di kinds of Stationery at the very lowest 110110011411 a and New York prices. We also call the attention of School Directors and Coun t] v I walers to our large stock of School Books, upon alibi] we eat] give the very best inducements. .1. F BARR, No. 29 EAST KING Street, Lancaster, Pa. JOHN BAER'S SONS, No. 10 NORTH QUEEN STREET, THE VOLKSFREIND AND BROHICHTEE, A German ItepiebHeal/ Newspaper GERMAN AND ENGLISH ALMANACS, TESTAIVIENTS, HYMN BOOKS, 4t43 DKALitto SCHOOL BOOKS, BLhNK BOOKS, WRITING PAPERS, ENVELOPES, NEW AND CHEAP BOOK STORE', WEST ICING STREET, LANCASTER BIBLES, TESTAMENTS, SCHOOL BOOKS,, MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS, And a general variety of well selected Stationery, Map; and Fancy Articles in the line of trade. SUNDAY SCHOOL BOOKS Of all kinds. Special attention giros. Being Librarian of the Lancaster County Bible Society, 1 will furnish Sunday Schools with Bibles and Testaments at cost. Bibles for 60 cents; Testa ments for 10 cents. A variety of now Sewing Machines fur sale cheaper than anywhere else. D. S. BARE. BOOTS AND SHOES. T MARSHALL & SON'S • BOOT AND SHOE STORE, CENTRE SQUARE, LANCASTER, PA CAMPAIGN OF 1868. NOW IS THE TIME FOR VICTORY! We bare started the Campaign by laying in a fresh stock of Give us s call. We offer inducements never be fore offered. Our work is of the best quality, Don't forget the place, N. E. COR. CENTRE SQUARE. THE OLD PENN MUTETAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Aortior t ATM" CAPITAL 40A,000,000 After Paying Losses to tho Amount of i1t1,120,000. ALL TIM STNPLUI4 DIVIDED AMONGST TUN TOLICT TIM ONLY TRULY MUTUAL COMPANY IN rag CITY OR srArz. For further Information apply to JOHN J. COCIIIII,AN, Agent, P.. 0. Lancaster, Pa SIGNS, BANNERS, Sx. JOSEPH 11H1.31itEli, BICN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTER, AND MANIJNACTURKII. OP GLASS TABLETS. CAJIRAION BANNERS Painted In the latest style and at short notice. Room—Over Baker's Drag Store, CENTRE SQUARE, Lancaster, Pa. CONFECTIONERY. JOSEPH ROYER, Wholesale and Retell/ Confectioner, Dealer In Fruits, Nuts, Toys, lea Cream, Cakes, &e., wholesale and retail. No. 33 West Kiug street, Lancaster, Pa. _A 13 II ARAM. A COMPLETE STOCK 01 LANCASTER, PA., =I JUSTICES' BLANKS 12613 STATIONER t. (Corner of Fulton Balldings,) BOOTS AND SHOES. 28 Cases Ladies' Gaiters. 25 Cases Misses Gaiters. 25 Cases Children's Gaiters. 25 Cases Boys' Shoes. 25 Cases Men's Shoes. 25 Cases Men's and Boys' Boots INSURANCE. OF PHILADELPHIA CHARTEIi - 1 7 11tP*#CAL. HOLDERS EVERY YEAR PAINTING. SEWING MACH INES. DON'T HEAD THIS! SINGER'S SEWING MACHINE Proved itself without a rival in the late test trial in this city with the llowe Machine. We therefore present it to the consideration of an Intelligent public as N COM PAIt A BLY the BEST SEWING MACHINE IN THE WORLD lt is light running—almost noiseless—and adapted to a wider range of work than any other SEWING MACHINE, While It is, at the mune time, very simple indeed. A child can, with ;ill ease, learn to use it in a short time. We GM assure the public that they will look to their OWN INTEREST, If In want of a SEWING MACHINE, TO SEE, TEST AND TRY THE SINGER, Before deciding to take it or any other lllichinc. Parties often come to town in searcher a Machine, and then listen to the advice of interested parties, or those who have but a limited knowledge of the Machines in question. BETTER SEE THEM FOR YOURSELVES, FRIENDS, And then you will not be deceived. W. W. BEARD SI. EE , Agent, No. 3 EAST ORANGE STREET, (Two Doors from North Queen,) LANCASTER, PA. THE VERY HIGHEST PRIZE, THE IMPERIAL CROSS OF THE LEGION OF HONOR, Was Awarded to the Represent:Alye of the GROVER & BAKER SEWING MACHINES At the Universal Exhibition, Paris, 1867, Thum attesting their great superiority over all other Sewing Machines. For sale by GEO. SPURRIER, No. 19 NORTE . QUEEN St., Lancaster FURNISHING GOODS. CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS FOU TIIE Is;F:WEST STYLES OF = S 1" SPENDERS, WIII'PE ANT) FANCY KID (LOVES, STOCKINGS, EMBROIDERED SHIRT FRONTS, SUMMER UNDERSHIRTS .t .ND DRA IVERS, -AT- E. J. ERISMAN'S GENT'S INR.NLSIIINO STORE, 41% NORTH QUEEN STREET, LANCASTER, PA HATS AND (LIPS. H ATS AND CAPS. A FULL STOCK ON HAND, And manufactured to order, any Htyle and quality. T. R. TORR, S. W. CORNER CENTRE SQUARE AND WEST KING STREET. LANCASTER, PENNA. F SMITH, • MANCFACTURER AND DEALER IN HATS AND CAPS. All kinds of HATS made to order on short notice and at low prices. 11% WEST KING Skeet, Lancaster, Pa SHULTZ SL BRO., MANUFACTUBERS AND DEALERS IN HATS, CAPS, STRAW HATS, LAMES , SHADE HATS, SHAKER HOODS, &C., Wholesale and Retail, No. 20 North Queen Street, Lancaster, Pa. JEWELRY, &c. ZAHM it JACKSON, DEALERS IN WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SILVER AND SILVER-PLATED WARE, SPECTACLES AND FANCY GOODS, No. 15 NORTH. QUEEN STREET, LANCASTER, PA sir Repairing attended to T_T Z. RHOADS & BRO., . _LI WHOLEHALB AND RETAIL DRAWL/18 IN WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY AND SILVER WARE, No. 22 WEST KING STREET, (Next Door Below Cooper's Motel,) LANCASTER, PA. BOOK to JOB PRINTING. RAUCH & COCHRAN, BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS. PLAIN AND FANCY PRINTING =EI ALL KINDS, Prom the largest POSTER, to the smallest CARD or CIRCULAR, executed In the best style and at reasonable prices. Sir Orders from a distance promptly attended to OFFICE—N. E. ANGLE CENTRE SQUARE. LANCARTER, ?ENNA DENTISTRY. J B. Ma:ASK - EY, SURGEON DENTIST OFFICE-EAST KING ST., OVER TYIE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, LANCASTER, PA ST All Work Warranted. Nal lIT M. WHITESIDE, VV D E N 'l' I S T , Office and residence, East King Street, next door to the Court House, over Fahnestock's Dry Goods Store, Lancaster, Pa. Teeth Extracted without pain, by the use of (Nltrous Oxide) Gas. RAILROADS. PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL R. R Trains leave the Central Depot as follows'. E A ST W A all, W EST W A IA D. Phila. Express.4.l7 A. M. Phila. Ex press.l.4B A. NI Fast Line ...... 6.25 " Train " Lane. Train.... 9.05 Mail 11.15 Day Express...l.so P. M. Fwd. Line 240 P. M liarrisb'g.t.c...o.ls Columbia Ae.. 2.45 " Cinch'. Ex.... 10.47 " Ilarrisb'g e —5.53 " COLUMBIA R. R P ltiti( • Trains leave Lancaster and Columbia at 8.00 A M. and :S.OO P. M., arriving at, Reading at 10.20 A M. and 5.30 P. M. :Yo—Leave Reading at 7.00 A. M. and 6.15 P. 51., arriving at Laneaator at 9.2 i A. M. and 8.30 P. M., and Columbia at 9.25 A. M. and K3O P. M. Trains on this road are run by Reading Railroad time, which is ten minutes lantor than Ponnsyl va- Ilia Railroad time. READING RAIL ROAD. strAINIEIt ARRANGEMENT MAY 20th, 1868. GREAT TRUNK LINE FROM THE North and North-West for Philadelphia, New York, Read ing, Pottsville, Tamaqua, Ashland, Lebanon, A !- letdown, Easton, Ephrata, Litia, Lancaster, Colum bia, &c., ‘Lc. Trains leave Harrisburg for New York, as 0.1- lows: at 2.50, 5.25 and 8.10 A. M., 12.40 noon, and 2.05 and 9.35 I'. M., connecting with similar trains on the Pennsylvania Railroad, and arriving at Ne v York at SAW, 10.1)0 and 11.50 A. M., and 3.50, 7.40 .1.1.1 330 P. M. Sleeping cars accompanying the 2.50 A. M. and 9.35 I'. M. train without change. Leave Harrisburg for Reading, Pottsville. Tama qua, Minersville, Ashland, Pine (.rove, Allentown and Philadelphia, at 8.10 A. 2!., and 2.05 and 4.1.) P. M., stopping at Lebanon and Principal Vility Stations; the 4.10 P. Ti!. making connections tor hia and Columbia only. For Pottsville. Schuylkill Haven, and Auburn, eta Schuylkill wl Susquehanna Rail a Road, !cavil IlarriBburg at :1.5.5 P. M. Returning: leave New York at .1.00 A. M., 12.00 noon, and 5.00 and 0.00 P. M. Sleeping cal, accompany the 9.00 A. 21. and 5.00 and 8.00 P. ii. trains, without change. Way Passenger Train leaves Philadelphia at 7.:;a A. 21., returning from Reading at 1i.:34/ P. 31., stop ping at all Stations; Pottsville at 8.45 A. 51. :dal 2.45 P. M.; Ashland 6.00 A. M. and 12.1.1 00011, an.l 2.00 P. 21.; Tamaqua ;it 0.30 A. M., and 1.00 8.45 P. M. Leave Pottsville for I larrisburg, via Schuylkill and Susouchantia Rail Road at 7.10 A. 21. and 12.0 noon. lieading A ocommodation Train: Leaves Readim4 at 7.30 A. A. returning from Philadelphia at .5.15 P. M. Po,ftstowr Accommodation Train: - 1 - .ves Potts- WWII at C. 45 A. M., returning leaves l'hiladelphia at 4.30 P. M. Columbia. Rail hood Trains leave Reatint4 at 7. 0 '1 A. 51. and 1 1 .15 1'.:11. for Ephrata, Litiz, Lancaster, Columbia, &e. Perkionicn Rail Road Trains leave Perk Mama Junction at 9,00 A. 51.. and 5.55 P. 51. Returning : Leave Skippach at 6.45 A. 54., and 1.15 P. M., coii uectntg with Siflithir trains on Reading, Rail Read. On Sundays : Leave New York at 8.00 P. M., Philadelphia 8.00 A. M. and 3.15 I'. M., the X.OO A. Train ramming only to Reading ; Pottsville 8.03 A. 51. ; Hatrisbarg 5.25 A.. 51. and 4.10 and 0.55 M., and Reading at 1.10, 2.55 and . 7.15 A. M. foe Harrisburg, and 7.06 A. Al. and 11:10 P. 51. for New York and 4.25 P. M. for Philadelphla. Commutation, Mileage, Season, School and Ex cursion Tickets, to and front all points, at reduced rates. Baggage checked through ; 100 pounds allowed each Passenger G. A. NICOLLS, Gen. Supt REA DI NO, PA., May 20, MS. FLAGS, FIREWORKS, &e. 1776. FLAGS► FLAGS! NOR JULY FOURTH ESE PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN We have now on hand and have made arrange ments with manufacturers to tarnish, at shortest notice and cheapest rates, FLAGS Of all sizts and gnalitios SILK, BUNTING, MUSLIN, do = FIREWORKS == FaRTII OF JULY CELEBRATIONS, EXHIBI TIONS, PROCESSIONS, All orders in person or mail will receive prompt attention by D. S. & J. S. BURSK, Wholesale and Retail Grocers No. 19 EAST KING ST., LANCASTER COAL. EIILER, BRENEMAN & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL =I COA L , Of the best quality. YeaD.—COR. WATER EiT. & PENNA. R. IL OFFier—No. 2 EAST ORANGE ST., LANCASTER, PA H. BAUMGARDNER; DEALER 121 COAL OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, NORTH PRINCE STREET, REAR THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD, LANCASTER, PA BANKERS. =I B A IR & SIIENK, BANKERS. NORTHEAST ANGLE OF CENTRE SQUARE, LANCASTER, PRNNA MUSICA.L INSTRUMENTS. T . B. KEVINSKI, IIEALERS IN PIANOS, ORGANS, MELODEONS, Am! Musical Instruments Geuerally SILENT MUSIC A large stook on Sand, and constantly receiving all the latest publications as soon as armed. Music seas by Maalive tf Sole agent for Steinwisy SotiN WORLD-RENON:CND PIAI7OB Also, agent for Prince & Co.'s outlaws AND MDLODEONS, No. 3, NORTH PRINCE Str:•et, Lancaat4•r, Pa Lanc.:l'ruit) Cincin. Ex.. ;.29 I 38 1868. EI=Z!