Father Abraham. (Reading, Pa.) 1864-1873, November 20, 1868, Image 3

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    trict Attorney, and the Court dismissed and
ordered the prosecutrix to pay the costs.
A cross action between Mary Liser and
Michael Pfautz was heard—each havine
threatened the other with bodily injury.
Mary was sentenced to pay Costs, and give
security for good behavior for six months,
and Michael was sentenced to pay costs.
John Fisher plead guilty to stealing ten
handkerchiefs from Barbara llocker, and a
pair of pantaloons from George llvinlvin,
and sentenced to six months in Castle Sett
senieh.
Tri:snAy MonNING: In the ease surety of
the peace, in which Dr. John Houston, of
Marietta, charged Albert Houston with mak
ing threads against hint. the Court stated that.
there taus not sufficient provocation for bind
ing of Pl' the defendant, hut ordered 111;11 to
pay the costs.
Edward Jacob:4, a former employee of G.
M. t-l.teinman IS: ('o., was indicted f o r d e _
faultily , his employers. His lmsiness was
to attend to the weighing of old iron brom , lll
there for sale. It was charged that he re
turned more pounds than was actually de
livered, and received a shire of the profits
o f the —speculation: . The Jury found the
accused not guilty, on a "technicality," we
believe it is called, though the Jury thoirlit
"did it a and made him pay
the costs of prosecution.
John Wolf was indicted for the larceny of
a small sum of money front the store of
.Tanies Auxer, of (1:k Shade, Little Britain
township. After the prosecutor had testi
lied, the ease was alnunloned 1;v the Com
monwealth, and the Jury rendered a verdict
of not guilty.
Chri,tian Sharp wa:-; charged with threat
enin,, to .hoot Reuben flinger. Thi had
not been good tl•iend:3—Killinger struck at
Sharp—Sharp threatened to shoot, &e. The
Court dhunissed the case, but punished Sharp
hy making hint pay the costs.
Tt AFTERNOI)N: Sallll Ar111 , ':: OW
an i-land on the Susquehanna, near Wash
ington. lie was indicted tot the larceny of
logs and stones, belonging to Seigle, Shultz
& co. Both parties fish fin• shad in the
Spring, Sciple Co. operating a short dis
tance below Armes. The latter party ac
cused A VIM'S with taking logs and stones
from the battery used by them. The jury
found a verdict of not guilty.
Two Surety of the Peace cases, in which
au old darkey, named Perry Martin, from
tel New Holland, was prosecutor, and
Dile hael high and Catharine High were de
fendants, were dismissed by the Court, costs
to Le paid by the county.
Wmr.sEso.ki MouNtNu: John McElroy
was indicted for striking John Slotts over
the head with a chair, at a '' free fight" in
Marietta, iu June last. Slotts was severely
hurt, the blow producing a fracture of the
skull, from which he did not recover for four
weeks. The defendant was fimnd
and tined fifty dollars and costs.
John Heichelroth pleaded guilty to the
char.: , of stealing seventeen dollars from
Win. Hillman, of Mount Joy, in September
last. Sentenced to nine months in Comity
Prison.
111 nry Lease, on the morning of the 11th
of April last, received front Aaron Dissing
er's clerk, at Elizabethtown, $1,007.118 fin•
the purpose of depositing it in the Lancaster
County National Bank, Mr Mr. Dissinger.
On the Monday following, Lease called at
Dissingter's store and made conflicting state
ments as to his disposition of the money.
Shortly afterwards Mr. D. received word
from Mr. Joseph Clarkson, that his hank
book and three checks had been found in
Ann street, this city. The defence tried to
prove good behavior, and that on the day
mentioned he had indulged too freely in
strychnine.
WEDNEsDAY AFTERNOON: Case Or I ellry
S. Leak. charged with larceny, given to the
Jul.‘
Emanuel Bachman, John Liehhorn and
William Green, the last named colored,
Wert in bonds to keep the peace.
'WEDNESDAY EVENING: Henry S. Lease
acquitted o 1 the eharg . e of larceny.
1a 4b *Buzzard and Abraham Buzzard,
hlcnl guilty to stealing :I small sum of mo
ney 114111 Wm. Frey berger. Jacob was sent
to jail Mr thirty days, and Abraham for ten
hours. Win. Marshal was tried and acquit
ted same charge.
Ann Jeffries, a domestic, formerly in the
employ of Dr. T. Baker, Of this city, was
tried for stealing clothes, table cloths, L.V.,
from the Dr.'s family.
Tut - nsDAY MouNixt; Jury returned
Verdict of not guilty in the case of Anna
Jeffries, charged with larceny.
'Mrs. Barbara Boerger was charged with
taking a kettle of butter, the proyerty of
Mrs. Susan Kautz.
The Grand Jury found true hills against
the copperlicad rioters at the Republican
Mass Meeting in September.
S.l LES OF REAL ESTATE.—Juo. Brady,
atu tionevr, on the 2(1 inst., sold the farm of
Dr. Jacob Rohrer, in Manheim twp., about
Huai , and a half miles filon Lancaster, em
bracing 102 acres, for $2lO per acre.. Gen.
„lames L. Reynolds, of this city, purchaser.
farm of 134 acres belonging to Mr.
Bear, and situated on the Harrisburg . turn
pike, three miles from Lancaster, was sold
at public sale : 111 acres were purchased by
Mr. Levi Getz, for $221 per acre; the re
maining 23 acres brought $165 per acre.
Mr. A. D. Reese has sold the "Exchange
Hotel " in Mount ,Toy, now occupied by him
self, to .1. .1. and G. W. Kersey, for $14,000.
They \vitt take possessitin on the first of
Jnnuary.
The property of Thomas E. Franklin, Esq.,
in East King street, near the Court House,
was sold last week to James Black, Esq.,
fur $30,000. Mr. 11., we believe, intends to
convert it into business rooms.
The same gentleman has purchased the
properly recently occupied by Hervey Light
ner, Esq., in North Duke street, for a private
resience. The price, we understand, was
$1.4.000, for house and furniture.
Tile Voorhees property, in North Queen
street, was bid up to $16,000, on Saturday
evening last, and withdrawn.
The fat in belonging to the estate of Isaac
Herr, containing 137 scres, in Druniore twp.,
sold to David R. Kreider, for $63 per acre.
A lot of two acres, in Providence township,
belonging to the sante estate, sold to John
Plink, jr., for $456. There is a house and
stable on the lot.
Samuel Ernst has sold his mill property,
with 141 acres of land, in Bart township,
to 3111charl Docrsh, of York county, for
$5,000.
Rachel E. Fawkes has sold a house and
Lit consisting of 111 acres, near Smyrna, in
Saulsbury township, to George Sterret, for
$1;000.
The Bowers farm, in Bart township, con
sisting of 117 acres, has been sold to D. G.
Steacy and Geo. Whitson, for $53 per acre.
Puler MeConomy has sold his flue man
sion house in which he resides, in West
Orange street, to Isaac Stirk, of Philadel
phia, for $9,300.
The real estate of George King, deceased,
was last evening sold by George Martin,
Auctioneer. The dwelling house and gro
cery store in East King street, was purchas
ed by Jesse Landis, Esq., at $5,000 ; the
double two-story brick house in East Orange
street, by Hugh Dougherty, lbr $1,175 -; the
double one-story stone brick house in East
Orange st., high Dougherty, for $1.520 ;
two lots to M. F. Steigerwalt. one for *390
and the other for ;•;42.5 ; and two lots to Wm.
Gmnpf, one for i.:4:150 and the other Ihr $370.
Stieriir Frey, on (hot-tilt inst., soli', a tract
01 43 acres, Ivith intprnvonicnts, in 1::11'1
township, belonging to heirs 01' John Eby,
for $3.270. duel Bair was tho purchaser.
The titrin td . KlNv:trti ~ ititated in
Letteoek towthdlip, enthrtivint2; Sot airs and
111 Itt.relte-, way Stild to .I:terth Kreider. of
(lordom illy, for t,:!•'2:1.5 per Here.
Ttiv, Tv.Aentins' INsTurttos : This body
convened in the Court-room. this city, on
Monday morning, 9111 inst., and was C:111041
to order by the County Suptutintendent.
David Evans, who ex-ollicio presided over
its deliberations. lb. stated that there are
some 41f teachers employed. in the public
schools of this county, ;oil about t. 17,001)
scholars in attendance at these schools, and
that $168,000 are annually expended in their
cducatit tn. t'onunitit cs On Resolutions, Fi
nance and Permanent Certificates were ap
pointed. The sessions were (1,.01t.1 . d to cli>-
rus~-ions, essays, cltilts by the mem
bers, anal addresses by Prof . 's. Wickersham,
Bro.tks, Sanders. Dr. Kelleflgy, and others.
Our limit el space prevents us giving
report or the interesting and instrtuaive
probeedings. Suffice irto say that the In
stitute was a complete success, there being
480 names on the roll or membership. On
Saturday morning. 14th inst., the Connnit
tee on Resolutions submitted their report,
whieli was accepted, after twhieh Institute
adjourned.
SEVERAI, BURGLARIES and robberies have
recently taken place in Harrisburg. On
- ')londav morning the residence of 1)1 . . W.
Ihi r, Auctioneer, on SN'lmd street, ne:u.
11 - alnut, was entered, awl administering
chlorotldm, the thieves went through the
Doctor's Nvatches and money to the amount
of :thole $.1,000. The chloroform affected
Dr. Barr to such a degree that it was with
great dilliculty he could be awakened by the
servant after the discovery or the robbery.
These scoundrels will he about Lancaster,
no doubt, shortly. Let our citizens be pre
pared for them.
—Since the above was written, the resi
dence of Amos S. IlendeNoll Esq., of this
city, was on Tuesday night last, entered by
a burglar, who was disturbed at his work
by the cries of Mrs. George Nauman, Mr.
ll.'s daughter, and "skedaddled" without
carrying oil the collected plunder.
DivinExos: The following Banks and
Turnpike _Road Companies have declared
their dividends for the last six months:
Lancatcter Comity National 13ank, 7 per
ccnt.
Fartuvrs' National Bank of Lancaster, 71
per cent.
First National Bank of Straslnug, . J per
cent.
Iktanheim National Bunk. 7i per cent.
eta nheim and Lancaster Turnpike Com
pany, one dollar and flay cents per share.
Bridgeport and Ilorseshoe Turnpike Com
pany, twenty cents on each share.
Lancaster awl Litiz Turnpike Company,
one dollar and fifty cents per share.
" ini.:Asiz,vrioN is the only thing which
the Democratic party wants. Wherever its
organization is close and perfect, then it re
sists all assaults and constantly increases in
numbers.—Lulea4Pr latehligencer.
That's cool—after the result in Lancaster
city, the two late electiims. What a com
pliment to our distinguished carpet-bagger
copperhead from Florida—the redoubtable
George, who "run the machine" here! He
was going to play the very old nick in the
Second Ward, for he boasted after he moved
into it, that it was only necessary for it to
be " worked up" to secure a copperhead
majority there, and he was going to d 0
it—
he was! Great man is carpet-bagger George.
ACCIDENTS: Mr, Christian Musser, Jr.,
was thrown from his buggy On Thursday
evening last, near New Holland, this county,
by his horse taking fright and running away.
One of his legs was broken below the knee,
and the buggy broken to pieces.
John Shoemaker fa into the Canal, at
Marietta, on Sunday evening last, and was
drowned before assistance could reach him.
ON . the night of the Presidential election,
as the engineer on a train reached the ban
easter depot, he inquired of a Democrat how
the election had gone. "I'll tell you," re
plied the Democrat, if you will tell me why
General Grant is like your engine. "Because
he pushes things and pulls things," replied
the engineer. No," slys the Democrat,
"it's because he smokes and says nothing."
A NEw RAtt.uoAn TO MANuEIm: The
Lebanon and Pinegrove Railroad is pro
gressing rapidly. It is expected to be com
plete in the Spring. The distance is 22
miles front Pinegrove to Lebanon—and it is
also proposed to run it to Manheim, this
county, a distance of twenty miles, where it
will connect with the Reading and Columbia
Railroad.
IMPORTANT TO SiGAR DEALEns: The Com
missioner of Internal Revenue has instructed
J. 13. Warfel, Esq., Assessor of this District,
that "all segars sold by the manufacturer
thereof, on and after November 23d, must
be stamped in the manner required by the
new law," though they may have been
stamped under the law in existence prior to
July 20th last.
" We will state that we have no club rates,
and otter no premiums of pictures, pinchbeck
watches, sewing machines or hand organ
(with monkey thrown in), to getters up of
big or little "clubs."—Lancaster Examiner.
A-hem! A-hem! You don't, don't you?
You had better• get rid of your monkey, or
he'll spoil!
fOTEI, CHANGE: Messrs. Parvin Lk; Weiler
have just bought the good will and fixtures,
and taken possession of the American llouse,
corner of Fourth and Penn streets, Reading.
The American is unquestionably the Lek
lintel in that city, and one of the best in the
State. Messrs. Parvin and Weiler, the new
Proprietors, will not fail to sustain the good
reputation of the House.
illorlions: There was quite a brilliant dis
play of Meteors on Saturday morning last,
commencing at about 2 o'clock, and contin
uing until daylight. The phenomenon was
general throughout the country, reaching to
the Western coast, and also being visible in
England.
HousEKEErs ought to know that one of
the best, most extensive and cheapest Gro
cery stores in all Pennsylvania, is D. S. &
J. S. Burske's, No. 19 East King st, Lan
caster. For particulars see advertisement.
FLAG PRESENTATION: The Flag otri"red
by Maj. Wiley, as a prize to the district
showing the largest Republican gain for
Hartranft over Geary, was piesented on
Wednesday evening of last wc, , k, to the
gallant Republicans of Mount Joy. The
presentation was made by Maj. Reinoehl,
who delivered an eloquent speech. and Dr.
J. L. %brier received it with some well-timed
remarks. 'the the , is a beautiful one, made
of silk, and is in good hands.
THE ( • 01,1 - META IVe are pleased
to learn that this .-triteture is rapidly ap
proaching completion. 'File Wrightsville
sir's that tin. Wntkirwn am now c winged
in 11111011 g 111) the 1:14 Sp:111, on the York
county ,hare. It is confidently expected
that the hritbze will be ready for use by the
lir4 day of January. This is good news,
Ivhercor we arc
A Di:sEnvi:n ('O)IPLIM ENT: David
County Superintendent of Common Schools,
was presented (u 1 Friday evening last, by
the members of the institute, with a beauti
ful set 01 silver-ware, consisting of six pieces.
Mr. I'. Mc Caskey made the presentation
speech, after the exercises of the Institute on
that evening.
"THE ExA:str NER, read for six months in
any family of ordinary intelligence, will make
itself a future necessity in that family."—Er-
Omiller. •
11 , 1ter ]haws' Fomeboily else say that. You
know "conceit is better than physic."
STOREKEEPERS APPOINTED: Harrison nip
ple, Henry 'Afartin, John Fitzgerald, David
Itoath, John Herr, Samuel 'Stmm:teller and
Shealfer Metzger have been appointed by the
Internal Hevenne Department, Storekeepers
for this Congressional District.
THE FAL', CRors look exceedingly wcll
in this vicinity. Accounts from all parts of
the country speak encouragingly of the pros-
Peel.
THE M A.Hli ETs.
Lancaster Household Market S.
nutter,
Lard, jt
Eggs, 11 doz..
hickens, (live,) pair,....
do. (4ressed.) pair,
Potatoes, bus
do. ill half pk...
Apples, half pk.....
Cabbage, head
Onions, half p1c.....
Apple Butter, it
do. 1,1 crock
Turnips, y.l bus
Reading Household Markets
(From the Daily Eagle.)
Butter irt It,
Lard, y
doz
Live chickens, ret pair,
Potatoes, bus
The Domestic Produce Markets.
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 19.—There is very little
('loverseed coming forward, and it rang es front
$0.50 to 417.25 for common and prime quality.
Timothy is nominal and cannot be quoted
over $2.6002.65.
Flaxseed is less active; all sales at C. 5502.60.
There is nothing doing in Quercitron Bark ;
we quote No. I at $12.50 per toll.
There is less doing in Flour, but the stock of
the better grade is reduced to a low figure, and
holders are firm in their views; sales of 400
lib's. northwest extra family at 97.7505.25 per
bid.; 200 bbls. Penna. and Ohio do. do. at 40).500
10.75, part Lancaster and Cumberland county ;
fancy lots at 4111013.25, and extras at et5.25t30.75.
No change in Rye flour; 1,000 bbls. sold at
$7.5005, the latter figure for choice it. Louis.
PriCCE3 of ( 'ornmeal are steady; 300 bbls. Caloric
sold at $5.50, anu 500 bbls. Brandywine at $5.90.
The offerings of priule Wheat are small, and
other kinds are not wanted ; sales of 1,000 bus.
red at 92.05@2.14; 500 bus. amber at 9`3.15, and 500
bus. No. I spring at $1.70.
Rye is steady ut 41.48.
Corn is unsettled ana higher; sales of 500 bus.
old yellow at 0.20; 1,500 bus. new at +41098c., and
2,000 bus. western mixed at V .150L18.
Oats are unchanged ; 3,000 bus. western sold
at 1371472 c.
1700 bus. Barley sold on secret terms, and
1,000 bus. Malt at $2.25.
Whisky is unchanged ; sales at $1.0e61.10 tax
The Stock Markets.
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 19.-I'ldlad 9 a and Eric,
25; Beading, 4:4-y 4 , @%; Pa. 53 1 .4451; U.S.
n's 1881,114,00/1L1%; 5-We of 1882, 110fi11164 ; do.
1861, 107 1 . /A107%; do. do. 1865, 107%@107%; do. of
July 186 a, 109 1 . 7 2 @l10%; do. do. 1867, 1100)111N;
do. do. of 1868, 110%0110!.‘; 104)44)103 1 4, ;
Gold, 134%@-%.
Naw Youg,Nov. 19.—Chicago and Rock Island,
105%; Reading, 97%; Canton Com'y, 46 , 2; Erie,
55'/; Cleveland and Toledo, 99; Cleveland
and Pittsburg, gilz ; Pittsburg and Fort
Wayne, 107 ; Michigan Cent'l, 114 1 A; Michigan
Southern, 53 1 .4 ; New York Central, 191%;
Illinois Central, 141%; Cumberland —;
Hudson River, 123; U. S. f..2o's of 1812 ; do.
1864, 107%@%; do. 18615, 109%
@tlo%; new issue 1805,
—; do. 1807, 110 1 /Alzi; 10-40 , 5, —; Gold, 134%.
NEW YORK, Nov. 19.—Gold closed at 134%.
➢TARRIED.
STAUFFBR—HOUSTON. Nov. 10th, by Itev.
Elisha A. Hoffman, Henry Stauffer, of Church
town, to Miss Margie Houston, of Marietta.
TUOUT—MINNICIL Nov. 12th, by Rev. A.
H. Kremer, Benjamin S. Trout to Fannie
Minuich, both of East Hempfield, this county.
FRANTZ—HERR. On the Sallie by the
same, Samuel M. Frantz to Kate H. Herr,
both of East Lampeter, this county.
SIIARPLEY—NEVIN. On the same, at. St.
Paul's German Reformed Church, in this city,
by. Rev. Edwin H. Nevin, E. Cooper Sharp
ley, Esq., of Philadelphia, to Florence Ros
elli Nevin, daughter of the officiating clergy-
Man.
WEITISIYER—PRICE. On the same, by the
same, Jacob Weitmyer to Julia L. Price, both
of this city.
BEN - NETT—MYERS. On the same, James
Bennett, of Canton, °his, to Lizzie Myers, of
the same place and formerly of East Donegal,
this county.
RUMPLE—BRENEMAN. Nov. 10th, by
Rev. J. M. Wheeler, of Philadelphia, Geo.
H. Rumple, of Columbia. to Minnie Brene
man, of Bainbridge.
KELLER—VONDERSMITH. Nov. 11th, in
Trinity Lutheran Church, by Rev. Dr. Green
wald, Geo. B. Keller to Margie Vondersmith,
both of this city.
M'OUTCHEN—FREY. Nov. 17th, at Gense
mer's Hot'l, by Rev. W. T. Gerhard, Win.
McCutchen, of Rapho, to Miss Amanda Frey,
of Ephrata twp., this county.
SHEETS—WITHERS. Nov. 18th, at the
residence of the bride's parents, by Rev. H.
Spayd, John J. Sherts, of Paradise, to Miss
Kate Withers, of Willow Street.
MENGEL—KLINE. Nov. 17th, by Rev. A.
H. Kremer, Charles W. Mengel, of Dryers
town, Lebanon county, to Maggie P. Kline,
of this city.
DIED.
HARTMAN. Nov. 10th, in this city, Anne
E., wife of John 1. Hartman, in the ti:lth year
of her age.
WITMER. Nov. 12th, in Mountville, Anna,
wife of D. W. Witmer, aged V year», 10
months and 12 days.
SHENK. Nov. 13th, at Oregon, Elizabeth,
wife of Henry H. Shenk, and daughter of
Elias Baker, of Warwick, aged about twenty
one years.
Jocons. On the same day, at Philadelphia,
Samuel F. Jacobs, late or this 'county, aged
39 years.
KOHR. Nov. 17th, in Manheim twp., Jacob
Kohr, sr., in the 86th year of his age.
DEMUTH. Nov. 18th, in this city, Andrew
E. Demuth, aged 33 years and 11 months.
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pENNsYLVANIA, s
In the name anti by the authority of the Com
monwealth of Pennsylvania, JOHN W. GEA
Governor of said Commonwealth.
A PROCLAMATION
WitkatEAs, By returns made by the Judges
of Special Elections, held in the Ninth and Twen
tieth Congressional Districts of this Common
wealth, on TUESDAY, the 13th day of OCTO
BER last past, being the second Tuesday there
of, and the time appointed for holding the gen
eral elections in said Commonwealth, under the
authority of an Act of the General Assembly,
approved the second day of July, A. D. one
thousand eight hundred and thirty-nine, en
titled "an Act relating to the elect ions of this
Commonwealth," it appears that Oliver J.
Dickey was duly elected in the Ninth District,
composed of the County of Lancaster, and S.
Newton Pettus in the Twentieth District, com
posed of the Counties of Crawford, Venting°,
Mercer and Clarion, to serve as Representatives
of this State, in the House of Representatives
of the Fortieth Congress of the United Slates,
to supply the vacancies occasioned by the deal h
of the Hon. Thaddeus Stevens and Hon. Darwin
A. Finney.
And whereas, in and by the Forty-Second Sec
tion of the above recited Act of the General
Assembly, it is made the duty of the Governor,
on the receipt of the returns of Special Elections
by the Secretary of the Commonwealth, to de
clare, by proclamation, the names of the per
sons elected.
Now therefore, 1, John W. Geary, Governor as
aforesaid, have Issued this my proclamation,
hereby publishing and declaring that the said
Oliver J. Dickey and S. Newton Pettus, were
duly elected and chosen in the Districts before
mentioned as Representatives of the people of
this State in the House of Representatives of
the Congress of the United States, in room of
lion. Thaddeus Stevens and Hon. Darwin A.
Finney, deceased, who had been elected mem
bers of the Fortieth Congress.
Given under my hand and the great seal of the
State, at Harrisburg, this thirteenth day of
November, in theyear of our Lord one thou
sand eight hundred and sixty-eight, and of the
commonwealth the ninety-third.
JOHN NV. GEAR Y.
By thu Governor:
F. JonnAs,
Secretary of the Commonwealth
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GROCERIES. Fittyrs,
AND
CONFECTIONS
FOR THE 1101,IDAYS
JAY EIt,sEEDLEsS AND VALENCIA RAISINS
NEW CURRANTS,
NEW CITRON,
T(lthl III'RUNYs,
(:R1•:1:N A1'1'1.1•:..,
DRIED APPLES,
UII11•:1) PEAcIIE,
ID NV,
SHAH I•.1I CORN.
GREEN PEA',
srixr PEAS,
CIIoICE (RAN BERRI Es,
CHOICE GREEN - TEA,
CIIoICE BLACK TEA
LAGUYIIA AND JAVA CDFFEIis,
SiII:ARS AN!) SYRUPS
A VARIETY OF CONFECTIONS,
GLASS AND QUEEVSWdRE
LAMP OooDs u F EVERY DESCRIPTION
All the above of the best quality and cheaper
than the cheapest. At
11. S. & .1. S. 111:11Sli , S,
nov 20-Iyr] No. 18 East King street, Lanc
]3.00
7,5.00
22.00
',' 6 :'1)
12.80
16. ill
20.00
RAUCH 8.; ('OCHRAN,
Editors and Publishers,
Lancaster, Pa
Groceries.
_Hats, ('apm, I' mw, (t'•e•.
1868. 1868.
SHLTLTZ & BROTHER,
II k T N.,
21) NORTIL Ql" EEN STREET,
I. \ .\ PENN \
stylo I:all :tn.] %% inter II IT , and (
;tll qualit colors
L.\ rs' r.\ NLY
an. 110 \V oiwoing the largo , l most
completo;o—orlatont of I.:olio , ' oil I hil.lron's
\ I 'I I I I: , I'Vt.l• in this nmyket, at
very tiny
11()BES!! noilE,•:!!!
111111a1( , lined amtl Bay,
%I oh . , Prairie ‘1(11 . , I ' )N,
BLANNET AND LAP UP(;S
tYall(Ill:till11( . 11 part iettlarly
in ite 1 ht. at I vation of all perrnui in NV:111(
ZlUti(•il ., is that lino.
(iI,()VEs, I;.II'NTI.I.:P. and MIVI's
()I n n,
MIME
sl 11,
I.;olie,' rule jut Trimme.l dove, , ,
)litt , unit
Pl' LS E WARM ENS mot EA II MITTS
NVihil.E--.\1.1.: AND 1:1:T.111
no2l t 1 J
NI I T 11
31.1N1:V.“ UM: AND DEALEI: IN
tr.vrs AND CAI).4
.\ll kinds of It TS to order on short
notice and at low price,.
1.:7 , T i]r,
Lancaster, l'a.
110-04 ltlj
Book owl Job PPiuthoy.
ItAUCII S (1)(1111_1N
BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS
PLA IN AND FANCY PRINTING
M.' ALL KINDS
From the largest IN )-'l' F. It to the smallest Ft 1)
or HA' t: ,Alt, executed in the best style, and
at reasonable prices.
ith-t Inters from a distance promptly attend
ed to.
—N. E. ANGLE 4. ENTRE - , (,) . 1".‘1:1•:,
LANcAsTEr.., PENNA.
()11 - 1( I
liusicat instruments, ST.
J B. KEVIyAKI,
IN
SHEET MUSH', PIANOS, ORGANS
MELODEONS,
L .111 , sieo1 lost ru wilts n(,•utlly.
Sole Agent for
STEINWAY SONS'
AVORLD RENOWNED PIANOS
Also, Agent for
NcE c0. ,. :s .I\s and :11E1.01/EONs
44• Music sent by Mail Free of Postage.
N 0.3 NORTH PRINCE sTREET,
Lancaster, Pa.
GOOK A MOlll, DOH
ltooft aw tin
J. B. KEVINSKI SEIM MUSIC SIITOIt E.
IiLOFFEERA, )RYELLA, MELODEONS, 11 II alto
sorta music lashtruments! ,
_
Der lievinski is agent for de bereemtv Stein
wehr Pianos—liloffeera beast mer se Utdeitsh.
ierplatz is
N 0.3 NDRD PRINCE slit Err, LANCASTER.
N. B. For a first raty goofy thdg, odder an
Accordeon, odder a Tsw,errich-Peit
il odder en
nich owners musical Inshtrum ent,ldea odder
gross, shtcpt yusht ons licyinski's, No. 3
Nord Prince Shtrose, Lancaster. [no2O-ly
Dentistry.
=IIIMI=9E=2
EDITORA ExenEss: Dr. Win. M. NVldteside, the
enterprising Dentist, has purchased from me a
large stock of teeth and all the fixtures, the in
struments formerly belonging to me, and also
those used by my father, Dr. Parry, in his prac
tice. in the purchase, the doctor has provided
himself with some of the most valuable and ex
pensive instrutuents used in dental practice,
and has beyond doubt wie of the best and lar
gest collections of teeth and instruments in the
state. Persons visiting the commodious offices
of Dr. Whiteside, cannot fail to be fully accom
modated. The Doctor loses no opportunity of
furnishing himself with every late scientific
improvement In his line of business.
WniTEsiDE,
w.
DENTIST.
oFFICE AND ItE!,IDENCI.:,
EAST KIN(: S. 'l7 E E
Next door to the Court Itouse, over I:alines
toek's Dry “oods store,
LANCASTER, PENN.I
Tiellt ]sxt,'i u •lei! without 'pail by ''l
(flows (I,riele)
no2o- f ]
1100k8 (Ca ul Sta /0 ery.
(I BOOKS AN!) STATIONERY. (I
SCHOOL and DIISCELLANEOUS BOOKS,
sTATioNERy,
FAMILY AN I) POCKET DI ISLEst
ABLANK . 11001iS. A
LIBERAL REDUVTIONs TO
Pmerehants,,chool Directors $• Teachers.
J. 11. SHEAFFER.
CHEAP CASH BOOK STORE,
N 0.32 NORTH QUEEN sTnEET,
-LANCASTER, PA.
(ino-isE vAinETYT
Eicher, Blanks, Fedulera, Dimla,
litula-glesser, Pencils an
FOMEI.IA SOCK-ItEEVECA
J. 11. SIIEAFFEIPS
Wohlfehler Lash Ruch :•-htore
N 0.32 Noril Queen :-11trose, Lancaster, 1 1 a.
ntr.,'Myj
lt k I II y.
=I!
BATE & SIIENK,
BANKERS,
NORTHEAST ANGLE ON CENTRE SQUARE,
LANCASTER, PENNA
nO2O-Iy]
111 (
h11),&e.,&c
H. H. PAIIHN
=3
le«M'oads.
pENNsYLVANIA
Trains leave the Central Depot as follows:
EASTWARD. WESTWARD.
Phila. Express 4:17 a.m. Erie 2;011 a. In
Fast Line " Phila. Exp... 2:47
Lane. Train.... U:O5 " Mail .41:15
Day Express.. 2:11 p.m. Fast Line..... 2:20 p.m
Harrisb'g Ac.. 6:15 toiumbiu Ac. 2,25 4 ,
1. DIED). " IlarrlslOg Ac. 5:53
Lane. Train.. 7:2a •,
111.:.\10m; AND (1)LUM111.1
))\ .IND AFTER
I' I)N ESDA V, .`q;PT. 1&:.
I'As..ENGISkIIL WILL BE MPS ON THIS
I:OA D, AS FOLLOWS:
Leave Lancaster and Columbia, uL__ 8:0 u. In.
kriive al IZending,
tcETuit.NlNc.
I, , nv( Vending at
1.11 . ive at Lancastl or at
Columbia ...
Lancaster mut s:3op. m
Trains Noq .2 and 3 inake elemc connection at
Reading with TraiiN North and South, on Phil
adelphia and Reading Railroad, and West on
Lebanon Valley Road. No. 2 al=o makes close
connection with Train for New York.
Ticket,+ can he obtained at the °Wens of the
New Jer,..cy Central Railroad, foot of Liberty
HI rent, New York;and Philinklphiaand Reagling
Railroad, 131li tout Callow hill intrects Phila.
Th' •. , 11 ticket , to No' -
iirMlgh tielo i u NOW York. and Philadel
phia sold all the Principal Stations, and Bag
gage ( heeke4l Throligh.
Trains are run by Philadelphia and Wailing
Railroad Time, which M lO minutes faster than
Pennsylvania Railroad Time.
4:E1). i:upt
E. E. Gen. t 1 t. and Ticket Agent.
110 V '2O-tl]
Cloth h.q.
J UST () ENED
BEAU MONDE HALL!
PI MTiH 4) U 4 4W5
543 PEN N sQI - All E. 543
IZEADIN(, PENNA.,
I=
BEAVE S,
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES,
VESTINGS, &c.,
EMI
11'1\'1'1•:1: EAU
=I
BOY'S CLOTHING,
IMEI
GENTLEMEN
FURNISHING GOODS!
LEVI iiLEMAN, tatter
no_O 11]
EUIU P. ('(11.1:\I.1\
IILTrII.I.\ - 1' TAILOR,
Having leased Erben's old and well-known
stand,
NO. 12 NOItTH QU EEN-ST.,
Offers to the public entire new and superior
stock of GOODS of every description, which
will he made up in the very best and most fash
ionable style.
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
Of every description, for sale cheaper than they
can be bad anywhere else in the city. Inov
Sewing Muchines.
B EWARE OF IMPOSITIoN!
It is a remarkable fact, and one that is favor
able to the already well established reputation
of the HMV I.; SEW !NG 31 ACRINE, that the
more valuable the article the more apt it is to
be counterfeited.
It has often been remarked in favor of the
Christian Religion, that if there were no true
Christians in the u•oiI(1 there would be no
hypoc ry es, and if there were no genuine money
in circulation, I here would be no indwements
for counterleiting. The same rule applies in
sewing Machin es.
The large and inereasing trade of the Howe
Sewing Machine hi this city and county, bag
been t he great incentive t hat induced the Agent
of a rival machine to hi trodnce into this city a
bogus Sewing Machine whose only claim to
notoriety is in its Immo, the A. It. Howe Sew
ing Machine.
NVe deem it a duty to our friends and the
public generally, to give than a word of warn
ing in time to avoid imposition from unprinci
pled :igen! s who will no iloubl attempt to paint
off u 11011 the unsuspecting, this bogus Howe
Machine for the original r: 1.1 As 110 W F.,
s NV MA( 'III N as by carefully observing
they will be able to see the difference between
the two machines.
The trade mark of the original or genuine
Howe sewing Machine M a medallion head of
Klias llowe, jr. the original Inventor, which is
m
ebedded in the base plate of every genuine
llowo !• , ewing Machine, and it has also a very
valuable improvement in the upper tension
which is regulated by an ingeniously construct
ed wheel, which the bogus machine dare not
uso.
The genuine Original Howe hewing Machine
is sold in this city only at No. 25 , , North Queen
street, were persons in want of the best in the
market arc respectfully invited to cull and ex•
amine the machines and the work done on
theta, before purchasing elsewhere.
VAT I.:,
Agent for Lancaster county, Pa.
not• 20.tdee 4-111
1 00K OVs FOR IMPOSITION!—
‘3 l l COUNTERFEITS UM DE w Eu!
Es is au Boot belconnt y fact, aver an grossy
recommendation for de bereendy HOWE NEA
, MASH E EN.I, das counterfeiters chra besitts
duna for Sc nocli tsn macha un ehra gofer naw
ma I su shteala.
Mor hen shun uft heave sawye dus wann's keg
' wohre krishte het in der welt, donn Lets am ken
beielder de :deli proweera for guty krisbta ob
tsu passe, on wanes kea Boots geld het In der
welt, down hette iner Inv ken druvvel mit coon
' terfeit geld. Un so is es exact ly wit de bereetnty
' 1101 V L N EA-MASHE
Der orrig gross demand for de genuine Howe
Ilea-Masheena, in there sht adt ,un in d cm county,
hut au gootychanee gevva for an gewisseragent
fun an onnery mashcen, gemacht by elun A. B.
Howe, se oh tsu passa ut's public als (le both
repine nn goot bokannt HOWE NEA MACHINE.
Mer sins unser &chid, dens all-gemeina pub
lie, un tills sciwer shuldtch, an deitliche war
, nung gevvu, so das ally telt sick heeta kenna
geaya so Imposition by agents fun de counter
feit Bowe Masheena. De genuiney sin de wu
cantina sin warts, un now manufactured sin,
beim E I.IIS HOW E, Jn. Oily onnery sin bogus,
odder counterfeit.
An yearly genuine HOWE NEA-MASHEEN
hut an " trade mark, ,, un sell is an Medallion
likeness mum ELIAS HOWE, Ja. ins hawpt plate
net g , shatft. Es Is aw an gewisses regulation
ratwt—an orrig valuable improvement —im
owera debt fun der masheen, un sel duna de
manufacturers 1 . 1111 der counterfeit masheen
goi net usa well se net dierfa.
De genuine un realy HOW E NE.A,M ASH E ENA
, wterra yusht on cam plat z lu der shtadt Lan
caster terkawft—on nummer '2W, Nord Queen
street. Ally kit de an perfecty nos-machine
wolla—elms fun de brshty in der United States,
odder in der welt—an original Howe Masheen—
ahn aw tsu ruin, un se examina for
sich seiwer. An yeades branch yusht awrufa
for tau sea we goot un perfect unser nea-masheen
de aorwet attain. C. FATE,
Agent for Lancaster County.
nov 20-27Adee 11)
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1.0:_l) a. m
5:30p. m
P.... 7:00 a, m
ii:151).
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