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ITEMS " Oar good and amiable friend
Rockatteld " the Ezpress, had the good luck
on Thursday evening last to draw the hand
some prize of a gold watch, at the Bazaar of the
Ladies of St. James' Episcopal church, of this
city. Good for "Rocky !" But where did ho
get the dollar to buy the chance? A reporter
with a spare dollar—whew !
The remains of Rev. H. F. Horn, who died
in this city last summer, have been removed
to Mt. Vernon Cemetery, Philadelphia.
The stable of Wm. S. Shirk, in the 7th
Ward, this city, with some mason's tools and
a small quantity of hay and straw, was burn
ed one night last week.
A writer in the Express signing himself
" Ixn. DEM." says he voted with " American
citizens of African descent " before 1838, and
never felt the worse for it. Certainly not.
John Obrieter and Andrew Leibly, of this
city, have secured a patent for an improved
Sash holder. It is a complete atiair, and will
no doubt be extensively used.
Simon it. Minich, of Landisville, has been
granted a patent for an improved Horse Power
and Hoisting machine, which is said to be a
Jacob Stauffer, esq., of this city, is very
successful as a solicitor of Patents, lie does
a largo business in that line, and is reliable
John llonston has been appointed postmas
ter at the Gap, this county, in place of S.
Kerns ' resigned. Heading ott, eh?
The Columbia Bridge is so tar completol as
it is supposed will admit. of light vehicles
crossing, in case navigation closes. Ii is ex
pected that it can be used ter cars by Februa
The new Hose Carriage fur the "Empire,"
of this city, is nearly or quite completed. Lt
is a very handsome atfair, atilt will soon be
brought home from Philadelphia, where'''. \VaS
Ma nheim is to have a Foundry. The ~ ,C ll
'bid says that 31iissrs. I). Erb and E. 13. ltrtt
ner• have purchased a lot on the Railroad, and
intend to erect, the necessary buildings this
winter. :Alanheim is going ahead.
Henry Hess, who struck Gregg (colored)
with a stone, causing death, was co emitted
to prison, by Alderman Wiley, After a hear
ing. Ile was afterwards talon before Judge
Long, on a writ of habeas eorpus. and dis
charged on hail. Hess is about lei years of
agi.--(l.regg was about 11)
A tore interesting Sunday School Conven
tion was Kehl at Mount Job• last week. The
attendance and interest, far exceeded the ex
pectations of those win) inaugurated r.
Gabriel Shaffner presided, and inti•ri,t lug
dress :mil discussions marked the proceed
ings. The session continued for nearly two
.lays. The people of Mount Joy ho,pitably
entertained those who at tended.
At nu siting or the Agricultural and llor.
ticmtittaral Society of Lancaster City and
Cemoy, sin '3londay, Levi S. IZeist,
Warwiek township, react an article on the best
means tilling the soil. Mr 11. M. Engle,
of Marietta, read an essay on Grape culture,
with some illustrations on rearing grape ViIIVS.
These papers will he published in the Lancus
to' I'urtnrt•, a monthly periodical to be pub
lished in this city, under the auspices of the
Mr. Abraham \Volf,of Washington borough,
who was thrown from his wagon at Columbia
a few days ago, has died from the injuries
A. Teachers' Institute, to lie comprised of
I,aiwolster and Dauphin comity t+achcrs, will
lie belt at Elizalyttlitowii, commencing- oil
Wednesday, December 30th.
The Lancaster Locomotive Works are to be
put in full blast immediately. The establish
ment lets been leased by Mr. Tyng, formerly of
Ilaldwin's extensive works at Phihnielphia.
The Mayor of this city gives notice that he
killenn'ore the ordinance requiring pavements
and glitters to be cleaned of snow. Let hint look
after the City Fathers "—they are generally
violators of laws of their own enact talent, es
pecially if they belong to the Select branch.
Winford Buckins and 'Washington Potts
werc arrested .11 TM:Sit:l.y for disturbing the
Evangelical church, in Water street, this city,
on several occasions. They Were hotubl ever
to appear at Court.
iil)llltElts : DE. J acob Musser's residence,
in East Lampeter township, was robbed on
Tuesday tib7lit of last wick, by :t burglar, who,
after enjoying himself over some dainties in
the way of eatables, helped himself to some
silver spoons, an overcoat and some womens'
apparel, and decamped. The same scamp
also robb .d the residence of Joseph Cooper,
near by, of silver ware.
Attempts were made to enter the store of
3Lessrs. Moore & Rank, at Soudersburg, and
the residences of Abraham Mowry, in the
village, and Abijah Geiger, residing near it,
On Wednesday night of last week, but the
scoundrels were heard, and left in a hurry.
The frequency of these attempts is alarming.
Let every fatuity be prepared for them.
Mr. R. S. Shirk, of Millersville, arrived
here a few nights ago from the west, and
started to walk to his lmme in Millersville.
In the western part of the city, in the classic
precincts of "sour-kraut hill," where the
gorillas live, he met a party of five men. Four
of them started on, towards Millersville, the
fifth remaining behind and accompanying
Mr. Shirk, walked some distance, and talked
about the recent burglaries, &c. After get
ting well out of town, Mr. S. thought he
" smelt a mice," and turned back towards the
city. Meeting a friend, carrying a shovel,
who resides at Millersville, lie started back
and met his former acquaintances all together,
near the toll-gate, and was accosted by one of
them with the remark : "I see you have some
one with you now to shovel you out !" What
were these fellows after?
A burglar entered the house Of Mrs. James
B. Lane, this city, on Wednesday night of
last week, and after getting into the second
story, alarmed the inmates, who called for the
Watchman, when the scoundrel made his
Au attempt was made by two men on Wed
nesday night of last week, to enter the dwell
ing of Mrs. Christiana Lightner, on the Co
lumbia pike, near this city. Oue of her daugh
ters fired a pistol at the rascals from a second
story window, but unfortunately missed them.
The fellows left, pursued by a colored man,
in Mrs. L.'s employ, with a gun. He failed
to reach them also, and after following until
he lost sight of them, gave up the chase. The
burglars tired several shots at him.
EXEMPTION OP MORTGAGES FROM TAX
ATION: The law passed by our State Legis
lature at its last session, exempting certain
obligations contracted in the purchase or pay
ment of real ,state, went into practical opera
tion on the lm of December. It was a ques
tion with the Legislature whether the lawful
rate of interest should be raised, or some of
the burdens on money invested in mortgages
and judgments removed, and it was to meet
the difficulty that the act was passed. It is
SECTION 1. All mortgages, judgments, re
and Moneys owing upon articles
of agreement for the sale of real estate made
and executed after the passage of this act,
shall be exempt from.all taxation except for
State purposes; and that from and after the
first day of December next, no taxes of any
description shall be assessed or collected ex-
cept for State purposes, on or from mortgages,
judgments, recognizances or moneys owing
upon articles of agreement no. the sale of real
estate, whether made or executed before or after
the passage of this act: Provided, That nothing
in this act shall be construed to apply to wort
gages, judgments or articles of agreement
given by corporations: .Providing, That this
act shall only to thee:giallo of Berks,
Schuylkill, Luzern, Clearfield, Allegheny,
York, Delaware If9atipalery t _
caster, Efuntingdon, Patton , filialflord i Blair,
Lebanon, Clinton, Garbo Patton,.
,Oldoreliao4l._ WertaliinPlon Juni
ata, SometeW'lnalaha, Greene, El , s iforest,
Franklin 4 , 'Perry, Cumberland, auph i is,
Lawrefrcfl, Lycoming, Union, Sn er, Erie,
Crawford, Ducks, Arlileau, layette, Phila.
delphia and *.Ntlrcer.
COLUMBIA—FM/111 the •S`/>y: The M. E.
Sabbath School will give an entertainment on
Christmas evening The new market-house
is progressing rapidly A professional bur
glar was arrested on Wednesday evening of
last week, and committed as a vagrant. The
only evidence against him is that he was seen in
Mr. flletz's yard, where he had no business,
and the finding of some burglars tools about
his person The Chestnut Hill Iron Compa
ny have concluded to put up another furnace
Abraham Shultz, of Washington , whilst
crossing the Railroad at the corner of Front
I and Locust streets, fell from his wagon, on
Thursday of last week and received a fracture
of the scull, from the effects of which he died
, next, morning.
MARIETTA—From the Mariethun : A cow
belonging to Samuel Hippie, jr., was run over
by a train and killed at Hopkins' corner
A son of John Moriarty, aged 12 years, acci
dentally shot himself a few days since. One
finger was blown oil' and the hand severely
injured The Vigilant Fire Company have
obtained a charter from the Court, and have
restdved to procure asecond-Inind fire engine.
Acc [DENT AT Lrriz : A brakeman named
Kelchner, Reading and Columbia Railroad,
tell from a train Saturday last, at Litiz, and
received a compound fracture of the arm. He
resides at Reading.
Lancaster Household Markets.
LANCASTER, lice. 9.
Butter, it lb 48 O'D 50
Lard, "tt lb 18 @ 21)
Eggs 't: doz 15 oe 40
!tee f, ' hy quarter, for front, 5;1 lb 9 0/1 10
110. do. 110. hindquarters li qv 12
-mill Pork per quarter, for front 12 0t 11
do. hindquarters 13 (//: f It
unions. per 1 .; pl: 2./ Ot,/ 30
Walnuts, per pl. 13 kt/
Whole N 1 hogs, per 11) 12 Cli/12. ‘ ;
Turkeys, each Ula 0))1:00
tieese, do. 100 (a) LA)
I hiekens, (live,l V pair, .
do. ( /Irs
Sausages, Iyl lo
Beef, L/ lb
Potatoes, 'i ,l bus
do. y half pk....
Turnips, !i i , hot' pl c
Appie:4, il half plc
Apple Butter, 1 1 pl
do. 'el crock.
'1011.5' ill comb, y pi
in the ear, has
oats, bag ot
(From I he patty vagie.)
Butler, 'i.l It
Lard, 't) it..
Chickens, livc per
The Produce Markets.
PHILADLPHIA. Dee. 9 —The Flour market,
continues inactiVc, the demand being confined
to small lots oft he higher grades to supply the
home trade: small sales of northwest extra
funnily at $7.50.ff5.:25 per bbl., the hat ter flg,nre for
choice Minnesota. $11430).f.0 for fair l'enn'a and
choice I Mb° do. do.. iva 1013 for fancy, for
ext ms, and for superfine.
There is but little Rye Flour here. and but
little wanted; small sales at i. 7.750.00.
In Cornmeal nothing doing.
The demand for NVlieztt is limited at the de
cline noteJ esterflay, and there is very little
doing; sale,' of I,nita hits. good western red at
21wr bus. •ottio of fair finality at i 41.90, and
amber at •i•1!.1,1‘,//2.12.
Rye is higher, awl 1;2 bus. Penna. soil at
Corn is dull and lower, but the offerings of
01,1 are light, and or new there is I,ss coining
forward sales of :HI ,obus. at 91(107e. for new
yellow, $l.OO for very dry, $1.15 for old do., and
1:1.11 for western mixed.
t tuts are in steady request ; imo(iohoulats. sold
at G941)74e. for wv,t era . and tiootase. for light Pa.
luo - has. New or 1; Barley said at $2. 10 .
In IVliishy the demand is lillliteli ; 81111/11 sales
01 tax-raid at 41.e:Ra Loa. 159 bhls. sold at the
The Stock Marketo.
NEW Yong, Dec 9.—Canton, 48 1 4; Wells Fargo
Express, 1:1, 1 4 ; American do , 44; Adams, 48 , . ,;
United Stales, 4:0,, Merchants , Union do, 151.;;
q uicksdlver, '2 1 (,"; Pacific Mail, 115 1 ., - ,; Western
UlllOlll elegrapll,3o(i; N. Y. Central, 1;15 , ,,; Erie,
57'4; Ilinlson River, - Reading, 101 , „; Miss.
and St. Paul, 11511;; 110. pret , 85; P brt Wayne,
111: Ohio and Ai , MX; Michigan Cent., 119' do.
Southern, 87; Illinois Central, 114; 1 le veland
and Pittsburg, SE4.i; Cleveland and Toledo,
101 1 „;;; Itock Isluud 107 1 ,ii; Northwestern Com
mon, 77%; do. pre/'d, 81; 6's 1881 (reg.) 109:44;
1881, (coupons) 11.41;; 5-20 s (rug.,) 186; 100 1 4; (1-1(0s
(coupons) 186;1, 110%; 5-As (reg.) 1881, 106%; 5-20 s
(coupons) 1564, do. 18111, 11.17 1 ;; do. 186.), new,
11014; 10-10 s (rug ) 105%; do. (coupon) 105' Gold,
Pll I LADET,PIII A, Dec. 9 ---Philad'a and Erie,
21 , .;; Heading, 49' , „@49 1 ,4; ; 51@54',;;
S. Us 1881, 114';C/115: Et-2us of 1862, 110 7 ,Q111 do.
1+454, 107'.,@107! . :: do. do. 1R65, 1071.1V)108; do. of
July, 186;,, 110 .A 2211 0 ,4; do. do. 1867, 110 3 4010 5 e;
do. tlo. of 1868, 110 , ..0110'.; 10408, 105 %41:05.41
Gold, 1351. i.
Philadelphia tattle Market.
MONDAY, Dee. 7.—The Cattle market was mod
erately active this week, but prices were unset
tled and rather lower ,•2,100 head sold at 8 1 ,43
90. for extra, 7@)Be. for fair to good do., and 501
6 , /e. per lb., gross. for common, as to quality.
The following are the particulars of the sales:
74 head, Owen Smith, W'
',40 e5tern......... 7 0 8 1 4
90 " A. Christy & Bro. Virginia.... 7 9!, 7
60 " P.B'
MeFillen, Western 7 @
95 " P. Hathaway, Western 7
108 " J. S. Kirk, Chester co 72 81
32 " B. McFillen, Chester co 7 43 9
50 " JUN. MeFillen,Chestereo 7 ti'i B',
60 " E. S. Mennen, Chester co 7 44 9
153 " Ullman & Bachman, Western. 7 f - 1) 9
171 " Martin Fuller & Co., Western. 7 4. , 9
14.1 " Mooney &Smith, Western..... 76 9
65 " I'. Mooney & Bro., Virginia... 6 IV 7%
73 " S. &C. Chain Western Pa..... 5 44. 7
100 " John Smith h Bro., Western.. 6 ® Bi
60 " J. &L. Frank, Virginia U 4j) 7%
100 " Frank Br. Schomberg, Western 7 @ 8%
160 " Hope & Co., Chester co 6 fp 8%
60 " M. Dryfoos - & Co., Virginia.... 6 8
57 " Elcolin & Co., Virginia 6 7
39 " Ilium & Co., Western 6 8
82 " It. Baldwin, Chester co 6% 8%
20 " D. Branson, Chester county.. 6 44) 7%
42 " James Hull. Western 5 (3) 6%
41 "W. Duffy, Western.. 5i 6
63 " Chandler& Alexander,Chester 6% 8%
14 " A.Kimble,Chestereo 614
41 " C. Walker, Virginia 5 6'
44 " Jesse Miller, Chester eo
93 •' It. Mayer, Western 61 2
29 " S. Frank, Westean 7 (.0 7%
Hogs were firmer ,• 6,000 head sold at the differ
ent yards at $email@example.com VI 100 lbs. net.
Sheep were in fair demand ; 6,000 head arriv
ed and sold at 4@tie. qp lb., gross, as to condition.
Cows were unchanged ; 150 head sold at sls@
65 for springers, and #JO4BO IR head for cow uud
GRABELL—RurP. Dec. Bth, at Horting's
hotel, by Rey. W. T. Gerhard, Henry R. Gra
bill to Salimb, W. Rupp, both of West Earl
MARTIN—WENGER. Dec. 3d, by Rev.
Jacob Reinhold, Isaac H. Martin to Annie S.
Wenger, both of East Earl township.
SANDOE—BUCHTER. On the same day,
by the same, John Sandoo to Mary Ann
Buchter, both of Warwick township.
MORRY—FREY. Dee. 6th, by Rev. J. J.
Strino, Jacob I). Morry to Mary F. Frey, both
of Manor township.
LANDIS-BEiImER. Nov. 29th, at Horting
tit Schlott's hotel, by Rev. J. J. Strine, Chris
tian D. Landis, of Manheitn, to Emma C.
Behmer, of East Lampeter.
ECKMAN-BROWN. Dec. 241, by the same,
at his residence, Thomas P. Eckman, of Cole_
rain, to Lizzie M. Brown, of Little Britain.
BUTT-STONER. Dec. 3d, by the same, at
Cooper's hotel, Peter N. Butt, of West Done
gal, to Mollie K. Stoner, of Conoy.
• DIED. •
I3Esr. Dec. dth, in this city, John, son of
Samuel Best, in the 2241 year of his age.
PUNT'!.. Dec. sth, in this city, Elizabeth,
wife of George Poutz, in the 55th year of her
KILLNEFFER. Dec. Bth, in this city, Mrs.
Magdalena Killheffer, in the 88th year of her
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Call early and select from a full stock at
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SHEET MUSIC, PIANOS, ORGANS ,
1?/(/ Musical Instruments Generally.
Solo Agent for
STEINWAY & SONS'
WORLD RENOWNED PIANOS.
Also, Agent for
PRINCE CO.'S ORGANS and MELODEONS.
Sir Music sent by Mall Free of Postage.
N 0.3 NORTH PRINCE STREET
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J. B. KEVINSKI SEIM MUSIC SHTORE.
KLOFVEBRA, OBTICLLA, MELODZONB, nn aile
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Her Kevinski is agent for de bereemty Stein
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BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS. The only place for good and substantial work
Where can be seen the largest and best assort
ment of Men's and Boys'
BOOTS AND SHOES
-ever brought to this eit v. Ladies', Misses' and
Children's plain and fancy Shoes, Balmorals
and Buttoned (titers.
,p-Also, RUBBERS OF EVERY KIND, which
we invite you to call and examine; feeling con
! ildent that we can warrant all to
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OF ALL KINDS
BEWARE OF DEPOSITION!
It is a remarkable fact, and one that is favor
aide to the already well established reputation
of the HMV E SEWING MACHINE, that the
more valuable the article the more apt it is to
It has often been remarked in favor of the
Christian Roligion, that if there were no true
Christians in the world there would be no
bypnerytes, and if there were nogenui1101)1011V3 ,
tn circulation I here would be no inducements
for eounterfeif nig. The same rule applies in
yew iu litachin es.
The large and increasing trade of the Howe
sewing :Ilachine in this city and county, has
been the great incentive that induced the Agent
of a rival machine to introduce into this pity a
bogus sewing Mnehine whose only claim to
notoriety is in its mono. the A. e sew
We deem it a ditty to our friends and the
ipublic generally, to give them It word of warn
ng in lime to avoid imposition front unprinci
pled agents who will no doubt attempt to palm
off upon the unsuspecting, this bogus Howe
Machine for the original ELIAS lb 111' g,
SEWING lIIACHINE, as by carefully observing
they will be able to see the difference between
the I wo machines.
The trade murk of the original or genuine
I 1 . 0‘% e sewing Machine is a medallion hem! of
Elias 1 towe, jr., the original inventor, which is
embedded in the base plate eleven,- genuine
I Hum , sewing Machine, and it has also a very
valuable lutiirovement in the upper tensloit
which is regulated by an ingeniously construct
ed AA heel, which the bogus machine dare not
My genuine, original Ilowe owing Machine
is sold in this city only at No. 25., North Queen
street, were persons to want of the best in Ihe
nlllkit aro respectfully invited to call awl ex-
amine the machines and the work done on
than, before purchasing - elsewhere.
.‘gent for Lancaster county, l'a
nm• 20&ttee 1-11]
f.: 1 001: ()us Fou IMPosiTi()N!
N__X COUNTERFEITS I'M DE WEG!
E, an gooL bekonnt y fact, ilWer au grossy
recononendat lon tar de bercemty HOWE N HA
.III.A',II KEN A, das counterfeiters etult besitts
(lima for t.I• 111,(11 (tin IllaChlt 1111 chra cr nay:-
ma Iwo silica la.
3ler lieu shun till brarasawya das WHAM'S kea
wohre krishla het in der welt, dotal huts; a w ken
heiebler 110 Siell prowtera for y krishta nh
tstt passa, un want's kett goofs geld het in tier
welt, drain ketla titer ttw k ea tlruyyel tntt COllll
- geld. l 'it so is es exa elly mit de bervenity
110 W;; N EA-MASH t: EN A.
Der orris: oss demand for de genuine Howe
Non-Ma sheena, in !taint slitadt,un w !um:minty.
liul an g tot yehance gev forangcwis.eragent
fun an onnery nutsbeen, gemaeld by chin A. it.
Howe, sr ob tsu iiassa uis public ills do Loch be
reend tut gout bekannt HOWE N EA MACHINE.
Bier sinsunser &elm!, dem all-gemeina
un tins mid leer shuldieb, an deit Dein. war
uung gevea, so das ally lilt sick bee ta kenna
geaya so imposition by agents fun de counter
lett Howe Masheena. Do genuliwy Sin de wit
erfunlllt sin warra, un now manufact lived sin,
beim E \ 110 W E, onnery sin bogus,
An yearly genuine HOWE N EA-MAMIE EN
hut an 4 • t radii mark," nu sell is an Medallion
likeness film ELIAS BOW Ja. ins ha wpt plate
nei g'shafft. Es Is IIW an gewisses regulation
ra wt —an orrig valuable improvement —lin
owera debt fun der masheen ' tin sel duna de
manufacturers fun der counterfelt mashgcn
gor net usa well se net dierfa.
De genuine tin rcaly 110 W NEA-MASIIEENA
wierra y usptnn otuu plat Z in der shtadt Lan
caster lerkaw ft —on num mer "5'G Nord Queen
street. Ally lei( de an perfeetyThea-machine
wolla—elins fun de beslil y in der United Stales,
odder in der welt—an original Howe Mitsbeen—
sin eigelawda aw tsu ruht, nu se exiambia for
sick selwer. Au yeudes branch yusht awrufa
for tsu sea we goot an perfect unser nea-masheen
do ferwet sham.. C. FATE,
Agent for Lancaster Count
nov :104.7i.tdec 1I j
DON'T BE FRIGHTENED: A card
appeared in one of our elt y papers the oth
er day, front a certain Sewing Machine Agent,
warning the public against "Imposition," insin
uating that somebody was trying to impose up
on the people by offering forsale the A. B. !lowe
Sewing Machine. That card says the A. B. Bowe
sewing, Machine is a "bogus" Howe Machine.
Now, we are no particular advocate for that
machine, nevertheless it is a good machine,
ossessing sonic merit, and not inferior to the
Sim oi l pure Elias Bowe, Jr., machine, about
Bowe which so much blowing is made. A. It. owe is
a brother of Elias I lowe, f , and a tar better me
chanic. Ile is at the head of a Company in
Bridgeport, Ct., where his machines are mans
tact ore,/ and sold. We suppose he has as good
a right to make and sell machines as Elias Howe.
If not, why didn't Elias stop him. He does not
pretend to make Elias Bowe machines, but sim
ply his own. lie does not claim to "counterfeit"
machines. The agent of the Ningcr Machine in
this city has one of these machines in his oftlce,
where the public are invited to call and see it
along side of the Elias Howe machine. Ho has
not, we believe, offered it to any one, nor has
he ever tried to make anybody believe that it
was the Elias Howe, ir., machine. We strongly
suspect that I hogeinleman is really afraid sonic
body will find out that there are other as good
Sewing Machines in this market as he himself
is selling. lie must feel very much like the
Ephesians when they cried out "great is Diana."
The world is large, and there is room enough
for everybody in it, so we suppose there is room
enough for us to stay in Lancaster the balance
of our lives if we choose to do so. But we shall
not stay here by tellin the people that some
body else is dishonest, &c. Let everybody keep
their own consciences clean, and let others live,
is our motto. B
Agent of the Singer Sewing Machine
Lancaster, Lancaster, a
Books Ul Stationery.
GIFTS FOR THE HOLIDAYS!
PRAYER BOOK 4,
LADIES , COMPANIONS,
GAMES, &c., &c.,
Persons in want of Presents, and who are un
able to determine what to select, will please
mil anti examine my large variety, adapted for
Young and Old, and suitable for every person.
J. M. WESTHAEFFEWS
Boots and Shoes.
Hats, (laps, Furs, Re.
SIIULTZ & BROTHER,
If A TT E 1 ',
No. 20 Nom! QUEEN STREET,
L Elt, PENN.%
I.ateat siyla Fall and Winter .\TS and t I's
in all qualities and colors.
LADIES' FANCY FURS,
We are now opening the largest and most
complete assortment of Ladies' and Children's
FA NCY ever offered in this market, at
very low prices.
ROBES! ROBES!! ROBES!!!
MUNI() lined and unlined; Irtnikon Pay,
\volt; Prairie \Volt; Fox, Coon, ,Sze.
BLANKETS AND LAP ln-Gs
Of all qualities, to which ire particularly
tWitilt the attention of all persona in want of
tinkles in that line.
GLOVES, GAUNTLETS and MITTS
N, 1 '11? 1,
I attles' Fine Fur Trimmed Gloves, Gattiltlcts,
Pl' WA RM EPS and EA R MITP4
tio•?.0 t I
U SM TIE
.i 1 •
31.1NUFAI AND \ LEIt. IN
HATS AND CAPS.
All kind,: of HAT,: made to order on short
notice and at low price -r.
11'.; sill I; VT,
F ,., ~
I l 1:•-,
lIAGEIt S:RoT LI Efts have jest recciccal aua
elegant assortment or
FANcy FUR' 1 , ()12, AND M1'04', ,, •
Water Mink, &e
skating Muffs and Boas,
swans' Down and
Squirrel Ties, &c
S H A IN' L S ,
in great variety at,
HAGER ,t BEGTHEIts
()pen and Filled Centre Itroehe,
Rlstort Long Shawls,
Laney Woolen Long Shawls,
LoN6 AND SQUARE SHAWLS,
tt Low( Prirvs.
FALL AND WINTER
READ MADE (' LO T (I.
FOR MEN AND BUSH.
I lAGER & ISRUTI I Elt.s offer for sale the largest
stock, at lowest !prices, all of their own manu
Fine Dress Suits,
From the FINEST ESQUIMAI7X HEAVER to
good ordinary gra( le.
Black and Colors all grades.
COATlNt;s—lthick, Brown, Dahlia.
SILK 311 X (DATING S—Foreign and Do
Boys , WEAR—In great variety.
LANCASTER CDI NTY SATTINETS—In all
colors, and warranted strong.
Just received and for sale, at lowest prices,
at HAGER & moll" Ens.
BEAU MONDE HALL!
543 PENN SQUARE, 543
CLOTHS, CAS SIMERES,
VESTINGS, &c., &c.,
FURNISHING GOODS !
1.10:1 G. CULLMAN, Cutter
BITCH . & BRO.,
Having leased Erben's old and well-known
NO. 42 NORTH QUEEN-ST.,
Offers to the public an entire new and superior
stock of GOODS of every description, which
will be made up in the very best and most fash
GP.INTLEMEN , S FURNISHING GOODS
Of every description, for sale cheaper than they
can be had anywhere else in the city. [nov a)-tf
Book Blau' iaig.
GEORGE AV [ANT,
13 00K-BIND ER
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURER,
NORTH QUEEN ST., LANCASTER, PA.
For Banks, Merchants, County Offices, &e., made
BOOK BINDING, In all its branches, prompt• i
ly attended to. [dee 4-3 m
RID, &C., &C
1? a it roads.
pEN NsYLVAN IA CENTRAL R. R
Trains leave the Ceutral Depot as follows: .
EASTWARD. r WESTWARD.
UineliL Ex —.1207 a. in. Reit: Mai 1..... 1:60 A. RI
Phila.Kx press 5:12 " Phila. Exp... 2:40 "
Fast Line 7112 " Mail 11:15 "
Lane. Train.. WM " Fast Line..... 2:115 p.m
Day li - xpress. 1:15 p. in. Columbia Ac. l:15
liarrish'li: A u..r,:51 ilarrish'g Ac. 5:54 ‘•
Lane. rtaint. 7:1 , 5/ ‘•
BEA DING AND(
ON :IND AFTER •
TII lisDA V, NOV. Di,
PASsENG ER TRAINS WALL BE RUN ON Tins
ROAD, AS FOLLOWS
LallcllSter tboo a. In
3 - 25 p.
I 'olu inbin .....m:00 a. in
Iteadnig 7:00 a. m
~... 6:15 p. iu
7:0(1 a. In
6:15 p. in
Trains leaving Lancaster and Columbia tie
above, make close connect ion at Reading with
Trains North and South; on Philadelphia and
Reading Railroad. and West on Lebanon Valley
Road. Tram leaving Lancaster and Columbia
ut S A. NI. connects closely ut heading with
Train for New York.
Tickets can be obtained. at the 01Dees of the
New .Jersey Central Railroad, fool of liberty
street, New York;and Philadelphiaand Reading
Railroad, 13th mid Callo w hill streets, Phila.
Through tickets to New York and Philadel
phia solil al all the Principal Stationa, and Bag
gage CM eked Through.
Trains arc run by Philailelphia and Reading
Railroad Time which is 10 minutes faster than
GEO. F. GAGE, Supt
E. E. BEEPER, Gen. Frt. and Ticket Agent.
110 1. t
pllfl-11431.1'111.1 _1N1) _REA DIN(.;
1% Ivry!: kNi;E:NIENT of
\ Tit %INS Intlt* NTo I'IIII,IDLI.I'III.I,
passing Itcading, at 7:30, 10:3i and 11:1) a. In., aII
1:25 and (;:31 p. tn.
UP Tit l'0"1"I'S \ILL!. 01. 16:35 it. nt , anti
and I;:00 p
'FE.% Ns w \ NON II 1.1:1,11SPA•1:1
W este rti Expr,si from New Y ork, at 1:05 a, 1n ,
and 1:.".0 p. in. and 11 :19 p ni.
Harrisburg Accommodation Train at 7:15 a.
in. and Mail Trains at 10:1,5 IL m y and 6:05 p. in.
On sunday '
the down trains pass Pleading at
9:40 a. in. and 4:25 p. lu , nn.l up-trains at 10:70 a.
and 5:57 p. w.
l'he 4:25 p. in down. and 10:50 a. in., up trains
run only between Philadelphia and Reading.
I'p trains leave Philadelphia for Reading, I far
risburg and Pottsville at 7:30 and 8:15 a. in., 12:49
TlOOll, and 3:35 p. 111., and 5:15 p. in. for Reading
only The 8:15 a. in. train connects with trains
for Tamaqua,. Williamsport, Elmira, Buffalo,
Ning,ttra and amia.
The 8:15 a. In., and 3:30 p. m. up trains from
Philadelphia, arid 10:35 a. in. and 4:20 p. m. down
trains, stop only at principal stations below
Reading, Accommodation Train : Leaves
Reading at 7:3s a. in., returning front Philadel
phia at 5:15 p. M.
The Pottstown Accommodation Train leaves
Pottstown at 0:15 a. in. Returning leaves Flab
adelphia at 4:30 p. m.
The Western Express trains connect at Har
risburg with Express trains on tile Pennsylva
nia Railroad for Raltimore, Pittsburg and all
points West, and the 10:45 Mail train connects
at Harrisburg for Pittsburg, Lancaster, Chant
bersburg, Sunbury, scratdon, Pittston, Wilkes
burro, illiamsport, Lock Haven, Elmira, and
Passmiger trains leave 'pper I tepot for Eph
rata, Li ti z, Columbia :Ina Lancaster at 7: au a. in
and 6:15 p. m.
Through First-Class coupon Tickets and End
grants , tic kits at reduced Pares, to all the prim
cipal points in the North. West and the ( 'anadas
M1 . T.1 TION TICK ETs,
. _ .
f.:1; Coupons. and 25 percent. dbieount • be
t ween points desired. . .
I.ootl for C,u 4I MileS.l)(stwoell all poi Ita. it
-for families and lor.iors,4 firms.
SE .1 SI IN TICKETS,
(:0,1 for t he holder only, for 3, G. 9 tllet
month... between all points, ut reduced Furee.
••eteion Tie;iets one-third less than the
/lir - Passengers will take the Express I flans
west at the U PP E rE, all d all other trains
at the 1,1 1W ER OR OLD DEPOT.
1. , 0 pounds ltaggage allowed each passenger.
Pas gingers are requested to purchase their
tickets before entering the cars, its higher fares
are charged if paid hi the cars.
Excursion Tickets, good for one tlay - , by 7:30
a. in. Accommodation Train to Philadelphia,
and ret urn, at 4.:.61 each
U.. 1. NICOLL-.
deel 1-t Pl J
Trains leave York for Wrightsville and Co
lumbia, at 6:20 and 11:40 a. In., and 3:30 p.
Leave Wrightsville for York, at 8:0J a. m., and
1:00 and 6:50 11. 111.
Leave York for Baltimore, at 5:10 and 7:15 a.
in., 1:05 p. rn.• ' and 12 midnight.
Leave York for Itarrisburg, at 1:30, 0:25 and
a. m., and 2:31) and 10:15 ).m.
T AINs LEAVE HA URISBU111:. •
At 3:25 a. m., and 1:20 and 4:20 p. 111
\t 3:45 and 5:25 a. m., and 12:30 and 10:45 p. m
LANCASTER June 25th, 1568.
Dr. Wm. d. Whiteside, 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 sonic of the most valuable and ex
pensive instruments used in dental practice,
and has beyond doubt one 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
modated. The Doctor loses no opportunity of
furnishing himself with every late scientific
improvement In his line of business.
M. NV II ITESIDE,
V V .
wFicE .kNI) nEsIDEXCE,
EA&T KING STREET,
Next door to the Court House, over Fahnes
tock,s Dry Goods store,
Teeth l'lcteueted without ludo by the
(Nitrous Oxide) Gas.
BAIR & SIIENK,
NORTHEAST ANGLE OF' CENTRE SQUARE.
JOHN T. \VEIN'S
CONFECTIONERY AND ICE CREAM SALOON,
NO. 39% NORTH QUEEN STREET,
Olsfort of homl, an fully Psortment fun corn
mony, feLney un French Trucker-sash;
lerichta, gromay un kleanyknoha &c.
Parties un Families suppl ten uf kortay notice
un fairy terms. [no 20-lm
UCLL ling .....10:2u U. m
" 5:4u p. ni
ROO R. m
..... 5:40 p..m
..... a. n 1