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- NV EN Sevinour feels the cold wind of
the :id of November blowing upon
he will exclaim, as he'exclaimed to Lin
coln, daring the war--" Stop the draft !"
THE New York Herald wonders if
Frank Blair may be cured of his low and
vicious propensities. We do not believe
he can be cured except as folks cure bacon
GENERAL CARL SCHURZ says the De
mocracy have nominated for President, a
man who is hereditatily in danger of
losing his wits, mill for Vice President, a
man who has already lost his.
Win) is foci enough to suppose that
Seymour wowld live a year, if he was
elected President, when a second South
ern Booth could make a worse than John
son President ?
IN 1864, in Vermont, the Republican
majority rt the State (September) election
was 22,010. This year, it is 27,000. In
1864, it was 29,000. In No
vember, 1868, it will be 35,000. How do
you like it ?
Tire issue is squarely made up. Shall
the 4evoted Unionists of the South be
left unprotected and at the mercy of vin
dictive, murderous rebels ? Answer at
the polls in October and November next.
THE other day, says the Lebanon
Courier, a number of persons in Lebanon
were judging the age of a mule, which
was for sale. After examining his teeth
he was pronounced to he twenty-two. A
witty "son of the sod" standing by ex
claimed, "Over age, is he : 0 Then, be
s iabers, there is another vote for Seymour.
His kind all pull in that harness.".
IF you want to make a Democrat mad,
just ask him something about MAINE.
THE election will take place next Mon
day, in Maine. A glorious victory awaits
the Democracy.—Brick Pomeroy.
Didn't see it, did you?
THE Reading Eagle is going to publish
the returns from Maine immediately after
the next election.
Mat. SEYMOUR has recently been trying
to tickle the soldiers; but they recollect
that in 1863 he vetoed a bill allowing
them to vote in the field.
lilt IC K." POMEROY, of the La Crosse
Democrat, calls General Grant a " dum
my." What a disgrace to rebeldom that
the "impossibility of whipping the South"
was made a possibility and reality
through the plans of an ignoramus.
Brick, try again. Ye cops, swing your
caps and shout for glory !
" CARPET-BAGGERS" is the name ap
plied by the twin brethren, cops and
rebs, to all northern men going South in
search of a residence in that sunny clime.
Vallandigham, a returned carpet-bagger,
is a Democratic candidate for Congress
somewhere out in Ohio. Consistent,
THE La Crosse Democrat says, " God
Mess Horatio Seymour." Brick is be
coming very pious. We have no objec
tion to the `God bless him,' but we hope
Ile will bless the American people more
by putting upon the shelf this self-same,
indentical Horatio Seymour. Yes, God
T is contemplated to erect an inebriate
asylum out West for Frank Blair and his
BY the way the Democrats work, they
seem ready to furnish material for their
own November tanning.
Bluets: POMEROY is going to make a
speech at Heading this, Friday, evening.
Look out for your pocket books.
TILE La Grosse Democrat of last week
says : the campaign in Maine is becoming
quite animated. The Democracy have
gone to work in earnest, and are confi
dent of victory. A few more "such"
Democratic victories, "Brick."
WHAT THEY MEAN.—Grant and Col
fax means peace and prosperity, Seymour
and Blair, war and bloodshed.
GOOD—The news from Maine. How
do you like it, Cops.
WE are fighting over again to-day the
issues of the war times. Do we appre
ciate fully that great fact ? We stand
by the graves of our dead soldiers.
SOLDIERS ! Horatio Seymour is the
candidate of the party which refused you
the right to vote at all when you were in
the field, and which now determines to
make war'on you if you do not vote as
the conquered rebels dictate I
No one denies that illair r is giving his
voice and lungs to the campaign, also his
mouth and stomach to the elhampaign.
As an indication of hoW intellig,ent
mechanics will vote in .this State at the
Presidential election, look at the , follow
ing vote, taken, on the excursion train
from Harrisburg to Lancaster, on Friday
last, containing several Councils of Uni
ted American Mechanics :—For errant,
540 ; for Seymour, 142.
THERE have been portraits or payis,
Lee, ITIMIDtoit, Othei likeTebel ieroes
borne in Democratic processions since
the campaign opened. But no one has
yet von red upon a pictnre of Booth.
Why *ould the greatest Democratic hero
of the 6,ge be thus slighted?
THE gTeat secret of sitocm com
bined effort. Then at caiceArganfte the
forces of GMit and Colfz in ever ward,
precinct, vinaga and Wiwi *strict in
[l✓ - BE ASSESSED.
PENNSYLVANIA. RAILROAD TIME : A
new schedule for the running of passen
ger trains on the Pennsylvania Railroad
went into effect on Monday, September
14th. The following table shows the
time at which the trains leave this city :
Phila. Express. 4:17 a.m. Erie Mail 2:00 a.m.
Fast Line 6.35 0 Phila. Express. 2 "
Lam. Train.... 9:05 " Mail 1 1. It
Day Express... 2:11 p.m. Fast Line 2:20 p : m.
Earrisb'g Ac.. 6:16 " Columbia Ac... ;25 ,
Chichi. Ex 10 : 47 " HarrisbnriAc..
Cincinnati Rt.. ::0
REPUBLICAN RALLY AT GoonvILLE.
—A large and interesting meeting was
held at Goodville, East Earl township,
on Thursday afternoon and even'ng of
last week ; Officers as follows : President,
W. 11. 11. Kinzer; Vice-Presidents, John
S. Weaver, J. 11. High, J. Ranek, T. A.
Kinzer and S. E. Ranek, of East Earl ;
D. Styer, J. S. Hurst, Dr. J. 11. Long,
Prof. T. 11. Reifsnyder and J oseph Shertz,
of CaernarVon ; Adam Styer and Jacob
Blank, of Caernarvon, 13erks county ;
Capt. A. Setley, E. G. Groff and C. Mus
ser, of East Earl; S. S. High and J. S.
Hacker, of Ephrata; Capt L. B. Evans
and Dr. Shirk, of Adamstown ; 11. B.
and J. Beam, of Breck
nock ; W. 11. Bunn and Henry Ammon,
of Salisbury am) G. W. Owen, of Upper
Leacock. Secretaries—W. J. Wallace,
Martin Sensing, John Myers, John C.
Hertzler, J. S. Musselman, Samuel Hull,
Esq., E. D. White, Esq.,
J. C. Stoner, Samuel Weaver, David
Bear and 11. Killian. Chief Marshal—
Capt. John W. Rogers. Assistants—
B. F. Weaver, J. W. Sensing, G. G.
nigh, Adam E. Ranck and 11. Witmen.
The Fairville, Churchtown and Morgan
town Bands accompanied the several
The meeting was addressed by Maj.
R. W. Shenk, Gen. J. W. Fisher,Major
A. C. Reinoehl, E. H. Rauch and E. C.
Reed and James Kenney, of Morgan
town. Notwithstanding the unfavorable
state of the weather, the meeting was a
large one. The ladies were present in
force, and East Earl will contribute more
than its share toward the 6,500 majority
for Hartranft and Campbell on the second
Tuesday in October.
MEETING OF THE RETURN JUDGES:
The Return Judges of the Primary Elec
tions, held on Saturday last to nominate a
Congressnum to succeed the Iron. Thad
deus Stevens, deceased, met in the Or
phans Court Room on Monday morning.
Walter G. Evans, Esq., was chosen Pres
ident, assisted by a number of Secretaries.
The Returns all being in, the following
is the summing up of ate vote :
Whole tuniiher of votes cast 9 2
For 0. J. Dickey (Full Term) 6
-" '' (Unexpired Tenn).....4;,724
For A. Herr Smith (Full Term) 2 :140
For A. 11. Hood (Unexpired Term) 94
Dickey's Majority tbr Full Term
" OVer both for Irliexpired
ANOTHER REPUBLICAN RALLY AT
LANCASTER : There was a grand rally of
the Republicans of this city, at the Court
House ,on Wednesday, t/th inst. Speeches
were made by Hon. John Sherman, of
Ohio, and James A. Briggs, of N. Y.
The crowd gathered was immense, and
the wildest enthusiasm prevailed. The
distinguished speakers were listened to
with marked attention.
THE COUNTY MASS MEETING : A meet
ing of the Republican County Committee
was held on Monday, to make arrange
ments for the Grand Republican County
Convention, on Tuesday, the 29th inst.
Col. W. L. Bear, of this city, was selected
as Chief Marshal for the occasion. We
expect to see an immense turn-out on
that day—eclipsing, if possible, that of
READING Pose, No. li), G. A. R., will
make a grand railroad excursion to Mauch
Chunk on next Saturday (to-morrow). It
will be a grand affair. They will be ac
companied by a number of leading citizens.
The mountain sceneries of the Lehigh
coal region are unsurpassed by any in the
A HORTICULT URAL EXHIBITION, un
der the auspices of the Lancaster County
Horticultural and Agricultural Society,
will be held in the Orphans' Court Room,
this city, ou Wednesday, September 23d.
A tine display of fruits, &c., may be
IMO' P. REA,
• ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office with 0. J. Dickey, Esq., No. 21 South
Queen street, Lancaster, Pa.
On WEDNESDAY, the 23d of SEPTEMBER,
1868, will be sold at Public Sale, on the premises, at
ZOOK'S FACTical,Y,Ajl West Earl Township,
Lancaster County, the following valuable Real
.Estate, tq ; VARM of BD. /Ares Of .land, more
or less, adjoining the Cocalico Creek, and lands of
Samuel Brown,l4 , etee Mrtmitua, , Johu K, Zook, and
others; on which ',erected a TWO STORY BRICK
DWELLING HOUSE 'With a 'Two Story Brick
Kitchen attached.; statile SumnierHouse, BANK
BARN, Wagon Shed amid Cm iage 11011110 attached ;
Ho -St a one and a halt Story FAAME TEN
ANT HOUSE% other Outbuildings ; a Well
of • good. and neyerNling I water, with pump
therein near the ho ime door, and a Rain Wa
ter Chiltern, with pomp therein near the kitchen
door, aim, a Well with pump in the Barn Yard; and
Two Wells o(, ruttish's . muter near the Tenant
Benne a Tenet• Bearing Orcliard of Choice
Fruit 'Trees, suchns.AppietiPPenni, Peaches, Chet
rim, Orem,' oto• .
About klve *pro of , tile above tract la Ateavy
Timber, and the remainder is good farming land,
in a higl state of ettitivatien, about 2000 busheld of
put,on thht kltssititoer, Net under, Hpod fences.
Persons wishing view_the property before the
day of sale, will please call on the subscriber resid
ing thereon. Possession and good title will be
given on the Ist sing QC..I.Na. next, 1869. Sale to
commence at 2 o'clodk in the - afternoon of said day,
when terms of pule Milt bateindeirknown by
]se4-3tJ George Geyer, due. JACOB ZOOK.
VOW READY THE
GRANT AND COLFAX' WOES
On Blue Satin—Motto and Portrait, Price, 26' eta.
Grant Sleeve Buttons, 50 eta. • Seventy-rive differ
ent Style Badges. Medals from 5 cents to 60. Any
of the above sent free by mail upon receipt of price.
Agentb wanted to attend meetings, supply clubs,
&c., Address U. S. BADGE COMPANY
A O. FLINN'S
HOUSE FURNISHING STORE,
No. 11 North Queen St., Lancaster, Pa.
Ice Cream Freezers Water Coolers, Refriger
ators, Tin and Cop ier Ware, Wooden Ware,
Britiania Ware, Bird Cages, Step Ladders, Brooms
and Brazes, Knives it'd Forks, Tea and Table
Spoons, Coffee Mils, dte., , Coal Oil Chandeliers for
Ha Lyceums, Coal 011 Lamps, Brackets,
&0., Pumps, Hydraulic Rams, Water Pipes, &c.
A very flue assortment of HOUSE FURNISH
ING GOODS, of all kinds, at
A. C. FLINN'S, House Furnishing Store, No.
11 North Queen St., Lancaster, Pa.
LANCASTER FILE ANT)
AI a nufactory of Files, Rasps and Edge Tools
GRANT & COLFAX:I
Beautiful Oil Portraits in richly Gilt Oval
Frames of the Standard Bearers of the Republican
party are now offered to the friends of our cause.
The Agent will call personally for orders.
Prices low, and sure to suit purchasers.
FLAGS, FIREWORKS, dc.
We have now on hunt null have arrange
mia,ts with enaniti'ilet Uri r to furnish, at shortoit
node,: and cheapest rates,
Of all sizes and qualities
FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATIONS, EXHIBI
TIONS, PROCESSIONS, (AC.
All orders in person or mail will receive prompt
No. 19 EAST KING ST., LANCASTER
Wholesale and Retail Confectioner,
Dealer in Fruits, Nuts, Toys, Ice Cream, Cakes,
&c., wholesale and retail.
No. 33 West King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
J. B. KEVINSKI,
PIANOS, ORGANS, MELODEONS,
A large stock on hand, and constantly receiving
all the latest intlilleations as soon as issued.
Music sent by Mail free rf Postage.
Sole agent for Steinway & Son's
Also, agent for Prince St Co.'s
ORGANS AND MELODEON'S,
No. 3, NORTH PRINCE Street,
HATS AND CAPS
And manufactured to order, any style and quality.
S. W. CORNER CENTRE SQUARE AND WEST
lIIANDI 7 -4CIURER AND DEALER IN
HATS AND CAPS.
All kinds of RATS made to order on short notice
and at low prices.
113 WEST KING Street,
SHULTZ & BRO.,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALIIRS IN
HATS. CAPS, STRAW HATS, LADIES'
SHADE HATS, SHAKER HOODS, &0.,
Wholesale and Retail,
No, 20 North Queen Street, Lancaster, Pa.
READING RAIL ROAD.
MAY 20th, 1868.
GREAT TRUNK LINE FROM VU( North
and North-West for Philadelphia, New York, Read
ing, Pottsville, Tamaqua, Ashland, Lebanon, Al
lentniTe, MlMMori,Ephr44", Litizi Lancaster, Colum
bia, &c., &c.
Trains leave Harrisburg for New York,' as fol
lows: at 2.50, L2B and 8.10 A. M.; 12.40 noon, and
2.86 and 9.35 r e Al ., connecting w i th similar trains
on the Pe,nrisylVithis Railroad, and arriving at New
York at 6.00,10.00 and 11.50 A. M., and 3.50,7.40 and
10.30 P. M. Sleeping ears accompanying the 2.50
A L M. 141:49.315 P. M. train without change
Leavellfirtisburg for Reading, PotWvill . e, Tama
qua, Minersville, Ashland, Pine Grove, Allentown
and Philadelphia, at 8.10, A. M., and 2.05 and 4.10
P. M., stopping at Lebanon and" Principal Way
Stations; the 4.10 P. 44.' limiting Connections for
Philadelphia and Columbia on ly. ' For Pottsville,
Schuylkill kfaven, and Auburn, via Schirylkill and
Susquehanna Rail Road, leave Harrisburg at 3.55
P. M. Returning: leave New York at WOO A. M.,
42,00 ,and 6410 and 8.00 P. M. Sleeping cars
iccOmpany the 8.60 A. M. and .5.00 and 8.09 P. M.
trains, 'Without change.
Way pissurager Train leaves Philadelphia at 7.30
A, lit., returning from Reading at 6.30 P. M. stop
ping at all Stadont ; Pottsville at 1145 A. M. and
2.45 P. M.; Ashland 6.00 A. M. and 12.10 noon, and
M.; Tamaqua at 8.30 A. M., and 1.60 and
8:45 P. M.
Leave Pottiville for Harrisburg, via Schuylkill
and Susquehanna Rail Road at 7.10 A. M. and 12.00
Rending Aecommodatton Trial\ ; Loaves Reuen g
at 7.30 A. M., returning from Philadelphia, at 5.18
P. Id. •
Pottstown Accommodation Train : Leaves Potts
town at 0.45 A. M., returning leaves Philadelphia
at 9.30 P. M.
Columbia Rail Road Trains leave Reading at 7.00
A. M. and 6.15 P. M. for Ephrata, LIM' Lancaster,
Perkiomen Rail Road Trains leave Perkiomen
Junction at 9.00 A. M., and 5.55 P. M. Returning:
Leave Skip pack ate.4s A. M., and 1.15 P. M. con
necting with similar trains on Reading Rail Road.
On Sundays: Leave New York at 8.00 P. 111.,
Philadelphia 8.00 A. M. and 3.15 P. M., the 8.00 A.
M. Train running only to Reading ; Pottsville 8.00
A. M. ;_ Harrisburg 5.25 A. M. and 4.10 and 9.35 P.
M., 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. M. for Philadelphia,
Commutation, Mileage Season, School and Ex
curaion Tickets, to and Mileage,
all points, at reduced
Baggage checked through; 100 pounds allowed
G. A. NICOLLS, Gen. Supt.
BEADING, PA., May 20, 1868.
EDGE TOOL WORKS,
FOR JULY FOURTH
SILK, BUNTING, MUSLIN, ct 4:
EVERY VARIETY CYF
D. S. Sc J. S. BUIISK,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers
And Musical Instruments Generally
HATS AND CAPS.
A FULL STOCK ON lIAND,
BOOKS d STATIONER F.
BARR'S BOOK STORE
We invite the attention of School Directors and
Teachers to our large stuck of School Books and
extensive arrangements with the large Publishing
Mouses of Philadelphia, New York and Boston.
We pay special attention to the interests of Direct
ors and Teachers, and are prepared to supply
townships at even better rates than ever before.
Directors who contemplate changing Books, will
find it greatly to their advantage to call upon us, as
our arrangements with publishers enable us to fur
nish Books for introduction at the very lowest pub
lisher's rates. Our stock of School Stationery is
also very largo and well selected, and our facilities
for furnishing Globes, Charts and Naps cal not be
All the new styles of American, French and
English Note and Letter Papers, with Envelopes to
match. All Paper and Envelopes purchased from
us will be stamped with the initial of ths purchaser,
free of charge, if desired. J. E. 13 A RR,
au2l-tf S, wj No. lid E. King st., Lancaster.
BOOKS & STATIONERY.
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
SCHOOL AND MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS,
FAMILY AND POCKET BIBLES,
LARGE L ASSORTMENT OFT G O OD
BLANK BOOKS OF ALL SIZES,
BOOSEY'S CHEAP STANDARD MUSIC.
Catalogues of the above furnished on application.
KURTZ AND MUNAAGILAN'S CELEBRA
TED GOLD PENS,
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN VIEWS.
Liberal deductions to Merchants.
OrdersGrespectfully solicited andGprompt
ly filled at
J. H. SHEAFFEWS,
Cheap Cash Book Store,
1.3 No. 32 North Queen Street, Lancaster, Pa.
JOHN BAER'S SONS,
No. 10 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
P 13 BLISHER 8 0 P
THE VOLKSTREUND ,IND BEOBAEHTER
A German Republican Newspaper.
GERMAN AND ENGLISII ALMANACS,
TESTAMENTS, HYMN BOOKS, SLO
SCHOOL BOOKS, BLANK BOOKS,
WRITING PAPERS, ENVELOPES,
NEV AND CHEAP BOOR. STORE,
(Corner of Fulton Buildings,)
WEST KING STREET, LANCASTER
BIBLES, TESTAMENTS', SCHOOL BOOKS,
Aril 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. BARE.
BOOK a; JOB PRINTING.
RAUCH & 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
Eir^Orders from a distance promptly attended to
OFFICE—N. E. ANGLE CENTRE SQUARE.
T B. Mc(ASKEY, •
OFFICE-EAST KING ST.,
OFIR THE FIRST NATIONAL *AMR,
All Work Waniukted.l3ll
W M. VirMITESPg,
D E N T-1 S
Oftioe and residence, East Ring :Street, next door
to.the Court limas, over Irahnestook's Dry Goods
Store, Lancaster, P.
Teeth 'Extracted without pain; by the nse of
(Nitrous Oxide) Olui.
ZAIIM & JACKSON,
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
AND SILVER-PLATED WARE,
SPECTACLES AND FANCY. GOODS,
No. 15 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
1/g" Repairing attended to.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY
No. 22 WEST KING STREET,
(Next Door Below Cooper's Hotel,)
ALL NEW BOOKS
AS FAST AS
FROM THE PRESS
LA ?MASTER, PA
DEN - WS-TR Jr
LANG' ASTRR, PA.
BOOTS A Nil SHOES.
MARSHALL & SON'S
BOOT AN I) SHOE STORE,
CENTRE SQUARE, LANCASTER, PA
CAMPAIGN OF 1868.
NOW IS THE TIME FOR VICTORY!
We have started the Campaign by laying In a free
BOOTS AND SHOES.
25 Cases Ladies' Gaiters.
25 Cases Misses Gaiters.
25 Cases Children's Gaiters.
2.5 ('secs Boys' Shoes.
25 Cases Men's Shoes.
25 Cases Men's and Boys' Boots
Give us a call. We offer inducements never be
fore offered. Our work is of the best quality. Don'
forget the place, N. E. COR. CENTRE SQUARE.
FACER, BRENEAIAN & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
COA L ,
Of the best quality.
YARD—COR. WATER ST. & PENNA. R. R
Opricz—No. 2 EAST ORANGE ST.,
COAL OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
NORTH PRINCE .STREET,
NEAR THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
INS URA NCE.
THE OLD PENN MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE CONEPANY
After Paying Losses to the Amount of $1,120,000
ALL TIM SURPLUS DIVIDED AMONGST THE POLICY
THE ONLY TRULY MUTUAL COMPANY IN TEE
CITY OR STA TE.
For further information apply to
JOHN J. COCHRAN, Agent,
P. 0. Lancaster, Pa
AUCHENBACH & BROTHER,
No. 520 PENN STREET, READING, PA.,
REGALIAS, JEWELS AND OTHER LODGE
For Masons' Blue Lodges, Chapters and Councils;
Odd Fellows' Lodges awl Encampments; Good
Templars, Temple of Honor and Sons of Temper
ance; American Mechanics, American Protestants,
Red Men, Burngari, 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, Hats, 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.
SIGNS, BANNERS, &c
SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTER,
AND MANUFACTCRER OF
Painted in the latest style and at short notice.
Room—Over Baker's Drag Store, CENTRE
SQUARE, Lancaster, Pa.
D ON'T READ THIS!
SINGER'S SEWING MACELINE
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 an
intelligent public as INCOMPARABLY the
BEST SE WING MACHINE IN THE WORLD.
It is light running—almost noiseless—and adapted
to a wider range of work than any other
While it is, at the same time, very simple indeed.
A child can, with all ease, learn to use it In a short
We can assure the public that they will look tO
OWN TE RES T
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 athilce of interested parties,
or those who have but a limited knowledie of the
Machines in question.
BETTER ME THEM_ FOR YOIJBEELVES,
And then you will not be deceived
W.W. BARDSLEE, Agent,
16: 3 EAST ORANGE STREET,
(Two Doors Iron North Queen,)
B AIR & SHENK ,
NORTREAST ANGLE OF CENTRIC SQUARE,
FOR THE NEWEST STYLES OF
COLLARS, CUFFS, SLEEVE BUTTONS,
WHITE AND FANCY KID GLOVES,
EMBROIDERED SHIRT FRONTS,
SUMMER UNDERSHIRTS AND DRAWERS,
E. J. ERISMAN'S
GENTS FURNISHING STORE,
41% NORTH QUEEN STREET,