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ONE of the strongest arguments ad
duceil by a New York Democratic paper
in favor of Seymour's election, is that his
hands are "as white as a woman's."
TILE election of Grant and Colfax will
destroy the last vestige of the rebellion,
and enable the country to enter upon a
career of prosperity never before known
THE reason why Seymour didn't want
to accept the nomination, was on account
of hereditary insanity in his family—
fear that great excitement would produce
IT is said that llon. 11. G. Stebbins,
formerly M. C. from New York, and Judge
Pierrepont, one of the Sachems of Tam
many, will soon declare for Grant.
GENERAL JEFFRIES, the new Regis
ter of the Treasury, a great Johnson
politician, announced himself for Grant
a few days ago.
THE Democratic newspapers are very
much worried about the loyal carpet
baggers at the South. They prefer the
IT is thought that Seymour stands
fair chance of carrying the Dry Tortugas.
Also, Mackerellville, the Five Points,
and Saur Kraut Hill.
GENERAL ROSECRANS is in Chicago
and washes his hands of the Copperhe
Convention. So does Gen. Sherman and
every other fighting General.
SINCE the Copperhead nominations
were made, Gov. Wise of Virginia holds
up his head, and defiantly exclaims,
Secession is not dead ; it is more alive
P. W. SIIIEL was hung recently in
Grayson county, Ky., for the murder of a
boy named Docker. Shiel was an active
member of the Democratic party.
MATIIEW ANDERSON, a German of
Peoria, 111., on Tuesday of last week, shot
his wife and tried to kill his mother-in
law• Anderson is a Democrat.
BILL DUGAN and John Murphy, both
Democrats, fought an hour and forty
minutes at Farmiugham, - .lass., on Wed
AN exchange remarks that Buckner
should by all means go. for Grant, be
cause Grant went for him at Fort Don
GRANT's motto : "Let us have peace.'
➢lotto of the Bread and Butter 13rigade
" Let vs have a piece."
THE poisonous reptiles in Tammany
Hall nearly stung themselves to death in
their internecine light for a candidate last
THE Two SOLDIETIS.- 44 Let the Pres
ident elect disperse the carpet-bag State
governments." F. P. 13Lmn, Jn.
"Let us have peace." U. S. GuAN - T.
THE World speaks of Horatio Seymour
as a "patriot." This is an allusion to
Pat Riots in New York in July, 186:3.
To attempt getting up enthusiasm for
Seymour and Blair, is like an attempt to
get up a thunder gust with a penny
THE latest case of sun stroke is a
young man striking his daddy for calling
him a Seymourite.
THE Loyal people to Salmon P. Chase :
" On thy belly shalt thou go and dirt shalt
thou eat all the days of thy life."
DEMOCRATIC tactics : Doolittle and
Saymour. Grant's plan : Say less and
GEN. JOHN A. Dix is out in favor of
Grant and Colfax.
HENRY HARDING, a down-town Demo
crat, beat his wife to death on Wednes
day in Philadelphia. He has been arrested
SEMDIES, the pirate, supports Seymour
and Blair, of course, and has made a
speech urging their election.
THE name of Seymour after November
will be changed by popular consent to
SE YMOUR'S " friends"
negroes to lamp-posts.
GRANT'S nomination gives universal
satisfaction—Seymour's, universal stupe
AN appropriate design for a Seymour
illumination—a colored orphan asylum
THE MOST AAMUSINGscene ever wit
in the city of Reading, was a "flag
raising" at and Court street, last
Saturday evening, on the building occu
pied by D. Ermentrout, Esq. The build
ing is about twenty-two feet high ; the
flag-staff nine feet four inches long ; the
flag five and a half by three feet, and the
size of the meeting, and the character of
the speeches in about the same propor
tion. The music consisted of two drums,
one fife and a gong. Thug, is much un
easiness amomir, the Democratic beer
saloon keepers of Reading, on account of
the apathy of the party. They are afraid
that they will not be able to pay running
expenses during the campaign, as the
election of Grant and Colfax, by an over
whelming majority, is generally admitted
even by the Rerks county Democracy.
WE are authorized to aunonnee JOHN AEM.
STRONG, of Martic twp.,llS a candidate for nom
ination for County Commissioner. at the ent.iiitlg
primary meetings of tho National union Republi
can party of Lancaster county.
WE are authorized to announce CA PT. A.
GODSHALK, of East Coealico township. as a can_
dilate for renomination for the Legislature at the
Primary Elections of the Republican party, August
WE are authorized to announce MA,r(llt A. C.
It F. I NO FAIL, of INlnnheim township, as a candidate
far renomination for the Legislature at the Primary
Elections of the Republican party, August 15th.
WE are :mthori zed to announce the name of
JACOB G. PETERS, of Con , sto , ;a township. as
a candidate for the Legislature, sui,jeet to the .k
-eishin of the people at the ensuing primary meetings
of the 'Republican party in August.
WE are anthorize.l to announce that JACOB C.
KREADY, of 31anor township, will he a emolidate
for County Commissioner, at the ensuing primary
meetings of the Republican party of Lancaster
WE are authorized to announce the name of
GEO. BRUBAKER as a Candidate for DISTRICT
ATTORNEY, subject to the decision of the people
at the Republican Primary Election on SATUR
DAY, the 15th day of AUGUST, 1868.
WE are authorized to announce that BENJAMIN
F. BAER, of the City of Lancaster, will lie a can
didate for nomination for DISTRICT ATTOR
NEY, at the ensuing primary meetings of the Na
tional Union Republican party of Lancaster county.
A C. FLINN'S
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Balls, Lyceums, &c., Coal Ih I Lamps, Brackets,
&c., Pumps, Hydraulic Rams. Water Pipes, &e.
A very tine assortnwnt of ifousE FTRNisit_
INIi GOODS, of all kinds. at
A. C. FLINN'S, House Furnishing Store, No.
11 North Queen St., Lancaster. Pa.
HAND BOOK OF
Specially adapt - oil for use in the coining Presi
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the Political . latittals. of IS6ti,
from official sources. NVill give the whole
Political Action of the Governimitit, anil of Parties.
including Impeachment, Rceonstruetiall, lien"ral
Politic., Platforms. Acceptance of Camilitati s,
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Frames of the Standard Bearers of the Republican
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The Agent will call personally for orders.
Prices low, and sure to suit purchaser ti.
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Proved itself without a rival in the late test trial
in this city with the Howe Machine.
We therefore present it to the consideration of all
intelligent public as I . :icon PARA 11 Y the
BEST SEWING MACHINE IN THE WORLD
It is light running—almost noiseless—and adapted
to a wider range 01 work than any other
While it is, at the same time, very simple indeed.
A child can, with all case, learn to use it in a short
We can assure the public that they will look to
If in want of a
TO SEE, TEST AND TRY THE SINGER,
Before deciding to take it or any other Machine.
Parties often come to town In search of 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,
And then you will not be deceived
' —A mob hanging
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Thus attesting their great superiority over all
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OUR. NORTH QUEEN & ORANGE STREETS,
HOUSE FURNISHING STORE,
POLITICS FOR 186 s
READ I" IN JULI
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W. W. BEARD SLEE, Agent,
No. 3 EAST ORANGE STREET,
(Two Doors from North Queen,)
Was Awarded to the Representative of the
At the Universal Exhibition, Paris, 1867,
DRY GOODS, &v.
PLAIN AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
CLOTHING tO NOTIONS,
SUITS MADE TO ORDER
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HATS AND CAPS
And manufactured to order, any style and quality
S. W. CORNER CENTRE SQVA RE AND WEST
.ILINUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
lIATS AND CAPS:.
All kinds ot' HATS male to order on short notice
and at low prices.
SHULTZ & BRO.,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS
HATS, CAPS, STRAW HATS, LADIES'
SHADE HATS, SHAKER 111 /01)S, &C.,
Wholesale and Retail,
No. 20 North Queen Street, Lancaster, Pa.
FOR THE NEWEST STYLES OF
COLLARS, CUFFS, SLEEVE BUTTONS,
WHITE AN!) FANCY KID GLOVES,
EMBROIDERED SHIRT FRONTS,
SUMMER UNDERSHIRTS AND DRAWERS,
E. J. EIIISMAN'S
GEArrs FURNI,S7LING STORE,
41h NORTH QUEEN STREET,
ZAHM & JACKSON,
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
SPECTACLES AND FANCY GOODS,
No. 15 NORTH - QUEEN STREET,
t..W* Repairing attended to
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO.,
WID , LESALE AND IZETAIL DEALERS IN
NV .1 l' t: S , I, I) (2 S , ,TE rL R
(Next Door Below Cooper's Hotel,)
BOOK JOB PRINTING.
RN: ci f & COCHRAN,
BOOK AND .JOB PRINTERS
PLAIN AND FANCY PRINTING
From the largest POSTER to the smallest CARD
or CIRCULAR executed in the best style and at
11Orders from a distance promptly attended to
OFFICE-N. E. ANGLE CENTRE SQUARE
T B. McCASKEY,
OVER THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
W . M. WHITESIDE,
Office and residence, East King Street, next door
to the Court Mouse, over Fahnestock's Dry Goods
Store, Lancaster, Pa.
Teeth Extracted without pain, by the use of
(Nitrous Oxide) Gas.
AUCHENBACH & BROTHER,
N 0.520 PENN STREET, READING, PA.,
REGALIAS, JEWELS AND OTHER LODGE
For Masons' Blue Lodges, Chapters and Councils ;
Odd Fellows' Lodges and Encampments; Good
Templars, Temple of Honor and Sons of Temper
ance ; American Mechanics, American Protestants,
Red Men, Hurugari, Good Fellows, Knights of
Pythias, Brotherhood of the Union, and for all fe
male lodges and associations, fitted out at the short
Also, Swords, Belts, Hata, Caps, and Regalia
Trimmings of all kinds constantly on hand.
Orders respectfully solicited, and goods forwarded
to all parts of the country.
AUCHENBACH & BROTHER,
' No 520 PENN Street, Reading, Pa.
J. B. KEVINSKI,
PIANOS, ORGANS, MELODEONS,
And Musical Instruments Generally
A large stock on hand, and constantly, receiving
all the latest publications as soon as Issued.
Music seat by Mail free of Postage.
Sole agent for Steinway & Son's
Also, agent for Prince .4; Co.'s
ORGANS AND MELODEONS,
No. 3, NORTH PRINCE Street,
DAVID BAIR. B. W. SHENK
BAIR & SHENK,
NORTHEAST ANGLE OF CENTRE SQUARE,
HA 7'S ND (APS.
A FULL STOCK ON HAND,
1' 0 R 11 ,
T . 11
11X WEST KING Street,
AND SILT - ER-PLATED WARE,
S 11, A' 1 , , It waltz,
No. 22 WEST KING STREET,
LANCASTER, PEN NA
OFFICE-EAST KING ST.,
KW' All Work Warranted. NAI
FLAGS, _FIRE IVORKS, (fr.
FOR JULY FOURTH
We have now on hand and have made arrange
ments with manufacturers to furnish, at shortest
notice and cheapest rates,
Of all sizes and qualities
SILK, BUNTING, MUSLIN, de
FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATIONS, EXHIBI
TIONS, PROCESSIONS, tee.
All orders in person or mail will receive prompt
D. S. & J. S. BURSK,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers
No. 19 EAST KING ST., LANCASTER
BOOKS d STATIONERY.
No. 29 EAST KING STREET,
Opposite the Court House.
ALL NEW PUBLICATIONS REGULARLY RE
CEIVED AS FAST AS ISSUED FROM
THE VAIER/CAN PRESS.
ALL THE NEW ENGLISH PUBLICATIONS
RECEIVED AS SOON AS THEY AP
PEAR IN THE AMERICAN
SPECIAL A TTENTION PAID TO THE IMPOR
TATION OF ENGLISH BOOKS.
400 IZEAMS 11F PAPER,
JUST MCCEI VET',
INCLUDING BILLETS, NoTES, LETTERS,
LEGAL AND BILL CAPS, OF ALL
GRADES AND SIZES, BANG
ING FROM 750. to .914
THE VERY LATEST STYLES OP ENGLISH
AND ERE NP PAPERS, AND EN
VELOPES TO MATCH.
All Papers and EllVelOperi purchased at our es
tablishment will be stamped with the initials of the
purchaser, free of charge, in the very latest and
best style, if desired.
We are prepared to furnish dealers with Papers,
Envelopes, and all kinds of Stationery at the very
lowest Philadelphia and New York prices. We
also call the attention of School I iirectors and Coun
try Dealers to our Is r,ge stock of School Books, upon
which we can give the very best inducements.
No. 29 EAST KING Street,
BOOKS & STATIONERY.
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
SCHOOL AND :MISCELLANEOUS -BOOKS,
r. FAMILY AND POCKET BIBLES,
A LARGEL ASSORTMENT OFT
BLANK BOOKS OF ALL SIZES,
BOOSEY'S CHEAP STANDARD MUSIC.
Catalogues of the above furnished on apilication.
Kuwrz AND MONAAGHAN'S CELEBRA
TED GOLD PENS,
AMERICAN ANI) FOREIGN VIEWS.
Liberal deductions to Merchants.
OrdersGrespectfully solicited andGprompt
ly filled at
J. H. SHEAFFER'S,
Cheap Cash Book Store,
S No. 32 Vorth Queen Street, Lancaster, Pa.
JOHN BAER'S SONS,
No. 10 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
THE VOLKSFREUND AND BEOBACHTER,
A German Republican Newspaper
GERMAN AND ENGLISH ALMANACS,
TESTAMENTS, HYMN BOOKS, Ztc
SCHOOL BOOKS, BLANK BOOKS,
WRITING PAPERS, ENVELOPES,
NEW AND CHEAP BOOK STORE,
(Corner of Fulton Buildings,)
WEST KING STREET, LANCASTER
BIBLES, TESTAMENTS, SCHOOL BOOKS,'
And a general variety of well selected Stationery,
Maps and Fancy Articles in the line of trade.
SUNDAY SCHOOL BOOKS
Of all kinds. Special attention given.
Being Librarian of the Lancaster County Bible
Society, I will furnish Sunday Schools with Bibles
and Testaments at cost. Bibles for 50 cents; Testa
ments for 10 cents.
A variety of new Sewing Machines for sale cheaper
than anywhere else. D. S. BARL.
SIGNS, BANNERS, Sc
SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTER,
AND MANUFACTIVIZKIt OF
Painted in the latest style and at short notice.
Room—Over Baker's "Drug Store, CENTRE
SQUARE, Lancaster, Pa.
Wholesale and Retail ConfefStioner,
Dealer in Fruits, Nuts, Toys, Ice Czeam, Cakes,
&c., wholesale and retail.
No. 33 West King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
Trains leave the Ce
EA STWA RD.
Phila. Express.4.l7 A. M
Fast Line 6 35
Lane. Train.... 9.05
Day Express...l.so P. M
Harrish'g A e... 6.15 4,
READING AND COLUMBIA R. R.
MONDAY, JUNE 1, 1868,
PASSENGER 'RAINS WILL - RUN ON THIS
ROA AS FOLLOWS
Leave Lancaster and Columbia at
Arrive at Reading
Leave Reading at
7:00 A. M.
.6:15 P. M.
Arrive at Lancaster at 9.20 A. M.
,4 Columbia 4 . 2.5 "
" " Lancaster anti Columbia at.... 8:30 P. M.
Sti - SDA "5" TRAINS
Leave Lancaster and Columbia at.
Arrive at Reading
Leave Reading at
8:00 A. M.
3:40 P. M.
Arrive at Lancaster and Columbia at-10:2.5 A. M.
" Columbia and Lancaster at....6:00 P. M.
'Trains Nos. 2 and 4 make close connection at
Reading with Trains North and South, on Philadel
phia and Reading Railroad, and West on Lebanon
Valley Road. No l also makes close connection
with Train for New York.
EXCURSION TICKETS issued to parties to all
points on this Road, at Reduced Rates.
EXCURSION TICKETS sold between all the
principal stations on this road,—good for Sunday
Tickets can be obtained at the Offices of the New
Jersey Central Rrailroad, foot of Liberty Street,
New York, and Philadelphia and Reading Railroad,
13th and Callowhill Streets, Philadelphia.
Through tickets to New York and Philadelphia
sold at all the Principal Stations, and Baggage
Trains are run by Philadelphia & Reading Rail
road Time, which is 10 minutes faster than Penn
sylvania R. R. Time.
GEO. F. GAGE, Supt.
E. F. KEENER, Gen. Frt. and Ticket Agent.
READING RAIL ROAD.
SUMMER ARRANGE3I ENT
GREAT TRUNK LINE FROM THE North
and North-West for Philadelphia, New York, Read
ing, Pottsville, Tamaqua, Ashland, Lebanon, Al
lentown, Easton, Ephrata, Litiz, Lancaster, Colum
Trains leave Harrisburg for New York, as fol
lows: at 2.50, 5.25 and 9.10 A. M., 12 noon,
2.05 and 9.35 P. M., connecting with similar t rains
on the Pennsylvania Railroad, and arriving at New
York at 5.00, 10.00 and 11.50 A. M., and 3.50, 7.40 and
10.30 P. M. Sleeping cars accompanying the 2.50
A. M. and 9.35 P. train without change.
Leave Harrisburg for Reading, Pottsville, Tama,
qua, Minersville, Ashland, Pine Grove, Allentown
and Philadelphia, at 8.11) A. 50., and 2.05 and 4.10
P. 51., stopping at Lebanon and Principal Way
Stations; the 4.10 P. M. making connections for
Philadelphia and Columbia only. For Pottsville,
Schuylkill Haven, and Auburn, via Schuylkill and
Susquehanna Rail Road, leave Harrisburg at 3.1k5
P. AL Returning: leave New York at 9.00 A. M.,
12.00 noon, and 5.00 and 8.00 P. M. Sleeping cars
accompany the 9.00 A. M. and 5.00 and 8.00 P. M.
trains, without change.
Way Passenger Train leaves Philadelphia at 7.30
A. M., returning from Reading at 6.30 P. M., stop
ping at all Stations; Pottsville at 8.45 A. M. and
2.45 P. M.; Ashland 6.00 A. M. and 12.10 noon, and
2.0)) P. M.; Tamaqua at 8.30 A. M., and 1.00 and
8.45 P. 51.
Leave Pottsville for liartishurg, via Schuylkill
and Susquehanna Rail Road at 7.10 A. M. and 12.00
Reading Accommodation Train : LeAVVS Reading
at 7.30 A. M., returning from Philadelphia at 5.15
Pottstown Accommodation Train : Leaves Potts
town at 6.45 A. M., returning leaves Philadelphia
at 4.30 I'. M.
Columbia Rail Road Trains leave Reading at 7.00
A. M. and 6.15 P. M. for Ephrata, Litik,, Lancaster,
Perkiomen Rail Road Trains leave Perkiomon
;Junction at 9.011 A. M., and 5.55 P. 31. Returning:
Leave Skippack at 6.45 A. M., and 1.15 P. M., eon
neetnig with similar trains on Reading Rail Road.
On Sundays: Leave New York at 8.00 P. M.,
Philadelphia 8.00 A. M. and 3.15 P. M., the 8.00 A.
51. Train running only to Reading ; Pottsville 8.00
A. 31. ; Harrisburg 5.25 A. 51. and 4.1(1 and 9.35 P.
31., and Reading at 1.10, 2.55 and 7.15 A. M. for
Harrisburg, and 7.06 A. M. and 11.40 P. M. for New
York and 4.25 P. 31. for Philadelphia.
Commutation, Mileage, Season, School and Ex
cursion Tickets, to and from all points, at reduced
Baggage checked through ; 100 pounds allowed
each Passenger. _ _ _
G. A. NICOLLS, Gen. Supt
READING, PA., May 20, 1868.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
T MARSHALL & SON'S
0 . _
BOOT AND SHOE STORE,
CENTRE SQUARE, LANCASTER, PA
CAMPAIGN OF 1868.
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We have started the Campaign by laying in a fresh
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25 Cases Misses Gaiters.
25 Cases Children's Gaiters.
25 Cases Boys' Shoes.
2.5 Cases Men's Shoes.
25 Cass Men's and Boys' Boots
Give us a call. We of1;•r inducements never be..
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THE OLD PENN MUTUAL
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After Paying Losses to the Amount of $1,120,000.
ALL THE SURPLUS DIVIDED AMONGST THE POLICY
HOLDERS EVERY YEAR.
THE ONLY TRULY MUTUAL COMPANY IN THE
CITY OR STATE.
For further information apply to
JOHN J. COCHRAN, Agent,
P. 0. Lancaster, Pa.
EH.LER, BRENEMAN & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
C O• A L ,
Of the best quality.
Tanu—COß. WATER ST. PENNA. R. R.
OFFicz—No. 2 EAST ORANGE ST.,
COAL OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
NORTH PRINCE STREET,
NEAR TUN PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD,
A CENTRAL R. R.
utral Depot as follows:
Phila. Express.l.4B A. M.
Eiug't Train... 3.03 "
Mail 11.15 "
Fast Line ...... 2.40 P. M.
Columbia Ac.. 2.45 "
Ilarrisb'g Ac ...5.53 "
bane. Train. "
ON AND AFTER
.7:50 A. M.
.3:45 P. M.
.3:40 P. M.
10:10 A. M.
..6:00 P. M.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
.8:00 A. M
10:21 A. M
.5:30 P. M