Newspaper Page Text
days ago and the editor of the Repository
thinks she had a constitutional right to
LEBANON COUNTY.—A new public Li
brary is being organized at Lebanon.....A
German who has been living with Mr.
Edward Wolf in Bethel township on last
Friday, robbed the latter of $55 and left
for parts unknown John Philip Lem
berger died at North Lebanon itutheViith
year of his age The stable of Samuel
Light, five miles cast of Lebanon, was de
stroyed by fire on Tuesday evening before
last Building and Saving associations
are being formed in Anneille and Pal
myra The General Conference of the
United Brethren in Christ will comniopee
at Lebanon on the 20th of May
The newly remoddled furnace of Mr. G.
1). Coleman was set fire te on Satw*ty
and blown in on Sunday, and staipt.M.off
"all right." The new and justlilished
three hundred horse-power engine, by
which the furnace is now blown, works to
Nou'ruAmeTow Cou!cTY.—A young
man in Easton had his nose bitten of in
a saloon, recently, by an individual slightly
under the influence of a certain beverage.
....South Bethlehem has been divided into
two wards. The Eagle Hotel, of Eatilpn,
was totally destroyed by fire on Thursday
before last George Smith, of Bath, was
arrested and committed to jail for fre
queutly beating a child which he , = took
from the county Poor House. According
to all accounts, he is a confirmed brute
On the sth iust., near Lethsville, Mrs.
Detwelier left her two children, five and
three years, whilst she went to a neighbor
for milk. When she returned, the oldest
was lying on the fl oor dead, and the stall
est sitting by her side crying. The mother
had instructed the eldest to make a lire,
and it seems that in doing so her clothes
caught fire and burned her to death. .
SCHUYLKILL COUNTY.—The new M.
E. Church at St. Clair, was dedicattaion
Sunday before last Christian Boyer, of
West Brunswick, a highly esteemed and
prominent citizen, died on Wednesday
before last in the 58th year of his age.... A.
new Lodge of Knights of Pythias was in
stituted at Tremont The .11filwrs Jour
nal wants a Soldier's Monument erected
in Market Square, Pottsville The St.
Clair Cadets of Temperance celebrated the
22nd by a grand parade It is eXpeeted
that the nriegrove and Lebanon Railroad
will be finished and ready for the iron
horse by the Ist of Septeinber neat—
Henry McEually had a leg and two ribs
broken by the explosion of a blast in a
coal mine et Tamauqua The dwelling
of Patrick Dyer, in Pinegrove township,
was destroyed by tire one night last week.
The family barely escaped with their lives.
Mr. Spotz was severely injured about
the face .and head, on last Friday,
by a premature explosion of a blast, at
Sillitnan's Colliery Charles Saurbry
was killed by a fall of coal in Colorado
Colliery, (Col. Cake's) on Thursday morn
ing last. Ile leaves a wife ,and one child.
BERKS COUNTY.--A new iron ore bed
has been discovered on lands of' 11.
of Boyertown, in the
eastern part of the county Dr. Atlee,
of Lancaster - recently - performed an op
eration on Mrs. „Bald*, of Birdsboro—re
moving a tumor weighing eighty pounds,
and the patient is reoovering..... A dark
bay mare and buggy were stolen from the
stable of Gaugler's - tavern in Spring town
ship, on the night i3f the 14th inst: The
new German Republican paper recently
started at Reading—the Republken, looks
like good success Robbern of hen roosts
infest Reading They have a new sen
sation in Ohl Berlin—muse, Gov. Geary.
vetoed a.. , lacarpuratiut.a..das
Bank at Kutatowip, and the utatoweers
are indignant whilst "the 'Reading Eagle
is " Airing them now Initiatry
company, ("A"iof the " Reading Ittrut
Regiment,' , is in course of organization—
Oscar B. Christ as Chairman, and George
Corbit as Secretary of the prelim
inary organization A young man
named Reeser, of Maiden Creek, was kick
ed to death by a horse, one day last week.
The Washington Hose Company, of
Reading, have just treatedthemselves to
a beautiful new carriage 'Lodge No. 423,
A. Y. M., will be constituted it highlne
riditm on the first of March, at Reading....
Zech Maurer was robbed at Birdsboro, of
his pocketi , book • containing $M The
Reading Di:qte, *litifiliatrbeeirredneed
last week to a" sinall. size penny paper,
only lasted two days in that form, when
the proprietors, to satisfy; their muticirous
patrons, went back to the old size.
A NEW ORLEANS DUEL: A duel was
fought at New Or t leans lii.st t3aturdgy,Aliorn
ing, at 8 o'clock,. bets LobitKlifous
sier and D. F. Lawson. The weapons
were small swords, and the meeting took
t4 d ire
place a little below the levee, irk s
ome of two •or three lamdred t grs.
Moussier, the survivor, makes the ol ow
ing statement: "Once on the ground. I
hesitatedlioniel time Afar the swords were'
drawn about fighting, and attempted to
avoid a difficuley. . It meg not until he had
cursed me, and had run the point of his
sword amtfrist my band s Sh_at I made any
lunge aehlMWtiatever. ' Upon first going
on the ground, I had stuck my sword in
thelev.tet)smkOlfd rePsfarkttPill 1 0. 1 ! 1 :
he httdmiti provofttitin fbr nanung. ki-•
nally, when he had several times cursed
me, the light nomniatiesd *good earnest.
Twice, then ' a ft er this had commenced,
and when I had ,twice parried his lunges,
I attempted to end the difficulty. I then
made a *wit itt him Stith spy sword and
the point passed between the second and
third ribs in thoJeft k eide, penetrating his
heart. Lawson, who had ten or twelve
of Ids fripd4 sfitlifibil, was ' dit'ltiatted
to a carriage. Before he reached this, his
surgeon in attendance announced that he
was dead. I wAs tbeicwon arrested by
an officer &elisirike' of the'barnicks, who
had been a witneis„to the fight,. and
broaght)to , the' clay, thdifigh stabstgdettly
THE Legislature of Illinois, which re
cently,. by way , of a " joke” ceded Chicago
to Indiana, has passed a bill vesting all •
political, civil, and social power in that
State in 't thellbnuile portion of the palm
lation,abova the app of plategqyearsr.w - It
is made unlawful for any inWe'over twelve.
years old to. be out aftett dark, tmlesso
tected b e , worgau qulifie4 to vote. This,
it is supposed, anogier le.o.o.lltiVe ink*.
—A Western jouritalist Objects, to
female ealligN 94 the Itruiluid ,that it
would Qum* t•Qo ,emich,"pairiug cs' at
the polls. . , , .
Fruit's : Mount Joy is a flourishing town.
It contains 2,000 inhabitants, live churches, a
printing °Moe, two banks, numerous stores,
hotels, confectionaries, a large steam mer
chant mill, an extensive agricultural imple
ment mannfaotdry, and is increasing in pop.
Mr. J. it. Henry will erect next sumtuer a
largehotel at the railroad station in Manheitr.
The builders of that thriving town hare a
great deal of work on hand for next season,—
so says tie Sentinel.
A. committee of the Hibernia Firemen vis
ited Lancaster last week, with very handsome
testimimitshi in the shape of resolutions very
kutedsonsely engraved awl framed for the
Union and Friendship Companies, in return
for their attentions to them at the Fireman's
parade in this city, last fall. The visitors were
handsomely entertained by their friends here.
A man employed at Ranck's Mill, near this
city, was stopped by two men, on the road,
one evening lest week, and hie pocket book
demanded, 'which he surrendered. It con
tained but a email amount of money.
Mr. John Copland, ou old typo, has opened
a restaurant in the basement of the Inquirer
building, in North Omen street. The room
is a very fine one, and John and his amiable
sponse are well adapted to the business. Give
him a call.
A man named John Springbit, from Wil
mington, Del., was run over by a train of cars
and killed on Tuesday evening of lest week,
The Bast Pennsylvania Conference of the
United Brethren Church, commenced its an
nual session in Mount Joy on Thursday last,
Bishops Glossbreuner and Markwood were
Stephen G. Whitman, formerly of Marietta,
committed suicide by shooting himself in the
head with a pistol, at Cincinnati, a short time
The Friendship Fire Company of Mount
Joy, will attend the dedication of the Mexican
monument, at Harrisburg, in May next.
The Intelligencer says that on Wednesday
hat a oounty butcher was fined by the Mayor
$lO for selling diseased pork to one of our
citizens. Why did not that paper give the
A Wild Goose, weighing over eight
pounds was seen in a grain field of Mr. Jelin
h. Kreider, in West Lampeter township, on
Wednesday last, and was shot by Mr. Daniel
Columbia seems to be cursed with incen
diaries. We learn from the Spy, that during
Sunday night last, there were two fires, and
au attempt made to set fire to the Suique
hanna Planing Mill. A frame stable belong
ing to Cornelius Tyson and P. B. hfcTagne,
and an unoccupied frame building belonging
to D. L. Baumgardner ' were burned down.
They are situated in different parts of the
A fair for the benefit of the English Luther
an Church of Columbia, has been in progress
since Monday last. Among other attractions,
a set of silver-plated Firemen's Torches is on
exhibition, to be given to the Fire Company
having the greatest number'f votes.
They have a boys' Reading Room in Co
'amble. In Lancaster the men have hitherto
been nhabld to inaugurate one. An effort is
now being made, however, to secure so de
sirable an institution, which it le to be hoped,
for the credit of Lancaster, will not be allowed
to fail. The movement is under the auspices
of the Athenaeum, and committees are wait
ing on our citizens for subscriptions.
Mr. Christian Weavor, of nut Lampeter
township, has purchased 300 acres, of land, in
the vicinity of Gloucester Court House, Vir
ginia, for $4,500, and intends to, locate there.
It adjoins the Landis and Bushong settle
J. S. & H. D. Spangler, of Ephrata, have
received a patent for an improved Manure
Drag; and one for au improved Cooking
Stove, which is said to be the invention of
lady, and is intended to prevent the odors
from cooking entering the roem.
George Peirce, Auctioneer, sold on Febru
ary 19th, at the late residence of Peter B.
Biesley, in \Vest Donegal township, the fol
lowing stock. Six cows, at the following
prices : $37, $6O, $66, $59, $106.50, sgi; ; also,
a cow and calf itts92.so ; two stock steers at
liva each and two at $62 each ; one bay mare
at $279, one hey horse at $290, throe bay
horses at $2lO each, and . four bay horses at
$2OO each ; four Shoats for $92, two for $42,
and five for $9O,
A buffalo robe was stolen from the carriage
ofJohn Brady, Big., of Millersville, at C.
libenk'ii Hotel, this city, on Tuesday. The
thief was caught iu the act of selling it at
Suter's den, in North Queen street, soon after.
He gave his name as Henry B. Shirk, and
was sent to prison for trial. lie tad the
officer that be was short, and that it was
easier to steal than to beg t He hails from
the "Schuylkill Bangers," of Philadelphia.
The 22d of February called forth but little
destionetration in this city. The Washington
FlreConspany hell was rung at intervals dur
ing the day, and the public schools were
closed. All places og.b e sineet t were open as
A small stable belonging to Mrs. Aurford,
on the alley running from - Lime to Shippen
streets, between Chestnut and Orange, was
destroyed ity fire on Monday evening last.
There was little of mine in it., and the loss by
fire was, small, though some fencing and
shrubbery on the property of C. B. Grubb,
Req., were wantonly destroyed.
GEBA.S BALE OF Honer: Fromm : A cor
respondent of the Inquirer Mates that on
Thursday, February 11th, J. D. Warfel, Auc
tioneer sold for John B. Knox, of Leacock
tanuidlip, bis "Old Gray Mare" and her
funny as follows :
No. lltd Gray Mars, I years old—price 3 30.1
er not soft Mare) 1 you. old " 280
e 64 34 44 (bone) 4 44 4i 64 392
3 4 e (mare) 3 " II It LA)
" " 4th " (meta) " " N 101
is 0 — 11 6u, .1 (stare) 100
The "ad Gray Rare' la again witb 4l l6 26 a l l
Wril l he Pay.eittjl dolt. she woe purchased
w 11 a colt 0,18, m0d, e0 . 14 to John B, Kaoz
for 140. •
' MATPOrRATIOIr • IfaCrittaikte i rrciturrs
Esentridea L*l[B6l,lll •be sold froni tido sta
tion to Baltimore and retain on She iht and 34
f Tl i re i 4g rpwAR Os the 4th, ith
d r i,_ day. o amp, is wive . the tick
`e *III bn 111' regular 'paseenger
iftlinit to MO ion! etc ion'
/Aiidarsion tickets asap be purchased from
•ilaltheore So Waabir and astern es the
tlisol4e4 4 l 4 uo ay. M4rah. toed *future ,
moo, Witabinirtea days trout de* of
lIIIPOZTANT 141? : We call the
AlloaSios of snr tames &leads to the &dyer
/lietodjesin taday's paper.
The fertilisers manufactured by these geutle
pen are too well known in Lancaster comnty
*quire Mitntitendstion at our hands. They
etre nbg Straits, and their only agent
in Lancaster Worm M. Steinman & Co., West
We have received eirtha►'a Rome Magessine
Onse-07.1forgb, for March. 11) say that the
trot-fumed is a magazine of superier
mos is only reiterating the general opinion of
its merits. No better publication eould be in•
trodueed into a ly. Oneca-irrigh, is a
new publication • comparati*ely, a n is of the
very trubsilass in: interest and usefulness.
.4.ltasicau clubs o trith the Megasilne at
hOlayear and with On a-Month at f 2.05; and
•Ilt Numbers will be atipplistL,
HAIIIPZItte MMI*AZINI. for March is a eapital
number , Tbe reading utr and embellish
ments hilly sustain the h igh obaracter of the
pribtication. Tim oliat en of the Sea? by
Shanks, is very interest his and profusely
red- The ruSeulaitri air the Artless.
o better tit esinwlit Can 'made, t nby
subscribing for Harper. The pries fbr a year
at and we furnish it and FATHER AIIIINABAY
P , T TtALIN'S N+l.lO,Y \I M kGAS . SS
milldams Its reput al ion as of the beet
of the monthlies published, both in embellish-
meat and literary nia , t , r. It Is a great, falrOr•
ite at "our house." Terms, 0142 ;WY anthem C.
J. Peteretou, 306 ht!Stllllt slr et, publfAher.
We APIA Peterion and k'" re CS ADR Ft 31 one
year for V.. 75.
LEnutt—KELLITZ. liy Jaeoh Ueinhoht,
John W. Leiter, of York, Pa.,.so Catharine
Kellitz, of E. Latoiwtvr.
If Et slut —7414)1t - riA LL. Bytitekame, Henry
S. Ileiscr to )I:iry A. M0r140,11,, both of
SENSENI4; -V ItY. Bytilitatrme, Oen. B.
Henten E F
ig to Sallie F. ry, hof Ephrata
TIOLSHOZIER—M ATM AS., likat tilb, 4.111111 e,
Valentine Holshoner, of E. INIIIINsuIkS Mk.
gusts Mathias, of Pequea4
EBY—ECKERT. On the
Rev. Mr. Wiggins, C. Clemaillik
monte, to Tillie W. Eckert., 411 i . I
both of '
iu the '
50th year of her age.
WEsvitat. On the 17th test., in the borough
of Strasburg, Retry Weaver, ageAl TO years,
H montba and 17 days.
Z4HM. On Wetnew4y last iu this city,
Mr. (1. Thotuas Zalun, lat the 57th year of his
THE HAS :.
',uneasier Household. Ihdphets.
'Butter, 11 lb
Lard, ift it,
Fags, VI doz.. .0
Dressed Chickens, 40 OD b
Beef, by quarter, tor front, id lb.—. D is J ~,
vect?.. itOirl, Q iier 11 ° ) . atu'l444Arter4. 11
Veal, by quarter, In ll
Sausages '2ll 25
Potatoes, ?I bu.,, cv 1.00
do. IS half pk 13 ft) 14
Turnips, ift bait -
.... a R lo
Apples, 14 half pit.
Corn In the ear, it 1t,4
Oats, Vi bag of bur...
The Produce Markets.
PiIIt.ADELPHIA, Feb. 14.—There is less Clover
seed °tiering, but Ow demand is less pressing.,
and pricPs remain us ls,t. (loot : small sales
at $9.3010)10, aml soni^ from second hands above
the latter (Junta t lOns.
Timothy cannot b..• quoit] over b 3 3)6141.
Sales of Elaxsted at at Vt II jell figure it is
taken on arrival.
The /lour trade Is lifeless and unsatisfactory,
the receipts have fallen off, but the detruutd Is
extremely ; about bee bids. changed
hands,lnchnling superfine at 41.65.1:5 It ;
extras at ;lb@ ; lowa, W iscohsin and Minne
sota extra family al 47f47.7.i; Penna. do. at 4.75
fB.lO ; tittle Jo at and fancy lots ut $106112.
nye dour Is steady at 476125.
Prices of Cornmeal are steady.
The offerings of good 1r iniai ate *until, and
this ipt ion is In fair request, but. continuo
qualities are not wanted ; soles of good red at
firstname.lastname@example.org I,lou bus. No. 1 spring ut 0.73, nod
sonic atuber aL ati.tgait2.
"Lye is uilehaug , ,l, and further sales were re
ported at 11 55.
Corn is in goo,l reo mist, and prices are well
maintained ; salve of ti,COu lam yellow ut 469• , e.
afloat and trom the ears, and white at 4870.
Outs arc stcaily at 7t3n'.75e. for western. •
Whisky—the iialt% were Only in - small lots at
inc.@ 1, tax lonia.
Philadelphia Cattle Market.
AI oiv nA r, 1,04. 22.—T he Cattle Market was dull
this week, butprievs were without any material
change ; about I,soo head arrived and sold at
10610 1 ,4 e. for extra Pennsylvania and Western
steers; lle. for a few choice ; 1343!.4c. for fair to
good, and 3 1 4@r4e. !b. for common as to qual
ity. The following are the pa: ticulars of the
00 head, Owen Smith, We5tern......... 4 kp 91
50 " A. Chrlsry & Bro., Westcrn ... 7'.:., 0 , 3
41 " Dengter & Mceteeso, Chest. c0.7 , .?,0 5'.;
40 " P. MeFilleil, laser c 0......... 8 1 4 , 011 ,
85 " P. Hathaway, Lane'r c 0....... 8;44/.l
110 " James S. Kirk, Chester c 0.... Ftolo
fo " Janie, Mention, Western..... 8 4410%
10 " E. S. Meleilloo, Chester c 0.... 9 4 10 , ,i
148 " Ull ... h Bachman, Lan. co.. 7 43 9'.
180 " Martin Fuller &Eo., Western. 7 ga%
125 " Moonity& Smith, Western..... 7 /10
125 " Thos. Mooney & Bro. West ' a. 6 8 1 ,4
49 " di. Chain, Western henna.... 0 8
80 " John Western Srattla,_ a al 9%
60 " L. Frank, Western 8 01 , 9
75 " Frank & Schimberg, Western 8 ft: , 9
65 " Hope & Co. ; liane'r co. 8 a 9'4
19 " M. Dryfoos & Co.. Western.... 7 1 4•0 B'%
01 " IF:lkon h Co. Virginia 7% 4 2 8%
15 " B. Bawin, Chester eo n 9
41 " J. Clemwm, Lanc'r co., WA 9
15 " D. Branson, Chester co‘ 7 1u
80 " Chandler& Alexander,Chest er 5%9
27 " Wallaoe & Millar, Chester co. 7 4410
18 " 1.. Horn, Delaware co 4 le 8
47 " John MoArdle, Western 7 EP 8%
19 " D. Johnson, Penn , * 8 ft 6 1 4
17 " J. Seldontridge, Laue , r co— 9 0 0
Cows were lower •, 4,
170 head sold at 430
60 fur springers, and $104;70 per head for cow
Sheep were in fair demand at fall prices; 5,000
head arrived and sold at0001 1 ,..p.11 1%. gross ms to
Hogs were dull and lower ; t,6OJ hood sold at
the different yards at 410017.50 V 100 hig. net.
CATHARIN E SMITIL
by her next friend I January Term, 1009.
HENRY BECKER. No. Mt
vs. I Summons in Divorce
DAVID L. SMITH.
MIIE DEFENDENT WILL TAKE
NOTICE, that depositions will be taken on
the part of the plobatilk before me, a Commis
sionerF, ar led by e Court,at my *Moe, No.
911 South neon strew Lanbaster city, on SAT
URDAY, he 27th du el Mateh, IMO, between
the hours of 10 ofoloo 4. K. and 4 o t oluek P. M.
Of said day.
M. M. NUTT, CXrmtnittsioner, '
feb2o-4t3 °Moe of Hon. T. /*evens.
WE 11A Vie ITO -
TRA VELING AGENTS.
Fanners' and Dealer* who send their orders
direct to na, Can avail themselves of the
' LOWEST' PRICES
litld earl the Conalifplon. Early orders will
be eavahlitgetsla to buyers.
ALLNR Jr NEEDLES,
SUPER PHOSPHATE 0? LIME.
We sell otsly No. I —received direct from the
A splendid Unwire peeked in barrels
WO 1/180 Otter for sale rtilto: LAND PLAATUR,
HYDRAULK, CallitNT and a full assortment of
COms and CArtmas.
DISCOUNT TO DEULBRS.
ALLEN & NFIE,DLES,
0 SOUT.II DELAWARE AVENUE, iIIILAD'A
ESTABLISHED IN 18418:
GEO. M. STEINMAN & CO.,
febll24m] SWe Agents at Lan;nater
SittiaSWAT , HT
WILL 43.1. AT C) T,
ONTNT OF iiin u,,
~ .1. s HEAFFEII,
FARMERS, LOOK TO YOUR
xinc mmATEsT DISCOVERY OF TILE AGE
LA NC/11MM 'Feb. 9.1.
45 fig 50
DJ 3t ,
f* I . (10
Bioko► awl Yfittionery.
INli*esmigned wishing to
LAlii4 !STOCK OF
BOOKS dt$T.A ' I'l 0 N E RY,
No. 3•S North queen et reet,
I'ATION E It I'
iIIiiNIDS-ST. -1 .
i Of an Minis, (1 001 b
B. : r.
- Oarlivo folio si piece I
STATIONERY AND PAIICY AnTICLEs
of alrkiii4ll. T
WHOLESALE AND' RETAIL.
BUTLER for 83 cts. TESTAMENTS for 10 elm
fe1)2041) 0. 8. DARE.
Fruit I'reo Invigorator.
LEST'S I'I7IT TREE )1 L
IND Di,Eur DE:iTuoyEit
it kg tiltP most useful oestotriestion et-ingre
dients ever known for Fruit, and the evidence
we can ores ai from men of the highest stand
ing in ottiof the benefits to be derived from
it. use in II nit Trees, Vines, Wheat, Corn, Mow
ers, and all Mods of Vegetation, cannot he
doubted by any honest man. When applied to
trees, it p metrates every pore, destroying the
worm In the heal I of the tree, anti by connect
ing with the mineral substance of the earth,
destroys the cause and prevents the creation of
any destructive insects. It will prevent Curcu
lie from slinging the plum, and every person
u.ing it will have sound plums. It will kill the
pencili grub, and make peueh trees bear healthy
fruit. It aill prevent dry-rot in grapes. It
swells the tree. causing the old bark to peel on
front the b dy, while a bewail:fat new green
bark takes its place. It will kill potato bugs
and prevents potato jot. It will prevent weave!,
mill-dew, or rust in wheat, and prevent the fly
from touching it. It destroys the cut-worm in
corn—in tact,it will kill any kind of insects that
attack Fruit Trees and cause all Fruit Trees tO
bear sound fruit. it is now extensively maxi in
the Western states, and those who haVe used it
would not be without it, fora thousand times
ils cost. It has been used in the southern parts
of Barks County,t his :gate, on grain. trees, ac.,
and there has not been a single failure. Any
person wishing to see its effect upon growing
grain anti fru it , eau be glut tiled by calling on us,
or by writing, and we will refer them to per
sona (with residence) who are using it. We
warrant it to do just what we Maim for it. To
be used tie soon as the frost is out of the ground.
Township and r-ingle Lights for sale for the
County 01 - Lancaster.
The public are notified to purchase no night
of J. ALIKARN, alias ti.o. W. JACifelf•li, of Marti
more, 11.4 WC will prosecute all who buy from
him to sell or use.
• Circular; will be +writ to nny one, with name
oL thosa ho have use.l 11, by applying to
11213-2 tn j
I offer an unusual Hue stock of small YRUITS,
strong well-rooted Mauls, and I Hatter myself
that t can 1111 orders with entire satisfaction.
My stock embraces NV USOICS Early Kittatinny
and Lawton BLACK ItERILLEs; Philadelphia,
Clark, Black Cap, Purple Cane, Ohto Everbear
ing and Thornless RASPBERRIES.
GOOsEREBRIES, STRAWBERRIES AND
CURRANTS of leading varieties. Linneits and
Victoria RIIU BAR 11, ASPARAGUS, one and
two years old. GRAPE VINES of approved
varieties, one, two and three years old. En
close stamp for Price List.
TREES, FLOWERING Slink:Bs, &r,
Apple, Peach, Pear, Cherry and Quince Trees
of large size, clean and thrifty in
growth. Shade and Ornamental
Treez, and an assontuucmt of n0w
,,,1.,....„. cring Shrubs for sale cheap, by _,.-.......
CYRUS N. HERR,
Enolomo Stamp for Price List.
rirtrA L Y EVENING EXPRESS,
FURNISHES ITh IREADERS RY.GULARLY
THE LATEST NEWS BY MAIL
M AGN ET I( TE LEG RA PH,
And all Important Local and General In
TURNS: $5.00A YEA E ; 81.36 Iva 8 MONTHS.
EF: ELY" EXPRESS,
A SATURDAY PAPER OF TILE FIRST CLASS,
'Contains all the news of the week up to Fri(lay
night, and gives more fresh reading Sham can be
had elsewhere for Um. same America of 1401110 Y.
TILIMfit $2.00 Pkg IN A DYAKUN.
PEA R SOL & GEIST, lithitshers.
&Salaam! Lancaster, Pa.
Drugs ten 4 Chemicals.
D R. WEAV'ER'S
The subariber having parobasod and taken
iO4l pf the , Drag store of D. tisasincl,
Fe=y, Nortlieast Corner of Centro. Square,
ralibarg, Pa., respeetfufly solicits the patrol,.
age ottitalpeople of Strasburg and vicinity, to a
large and oarefully selected stock of
DRUGS, OHRKIDALS, PAINT:4,
OILS; MN SUMPS, VARNlsisec?4,
If TIULES, WALL PAPKII , &i'.
Besides ry other article usually
DruggistfVend all of the best quality, which
will be sohl at the Lowasr Paws&
J. G. WEAVER
febital strasburg, Ilu.
Wash Safi illwhlnes.
E OF THE WONDER'S OF THE
S. WASHING MACIILXE.
Hotel Size washes the bulk of twelve sheets
at a batch. Aranally Size six. Tub Machine,
four to six.. Shortest time, two to live minutes
to a batch. Least wear on clothes. The sim
plest, cheapest, twist efficient, most easily op
eratol awl Most durable Clothes Washer In
For pullet/lora about State Rights, call on
c. M. WALKER,
felY:o4f] Rxcbaugo Hotel,
EVAN' A:, CO.,
CYRUS N. HERR,
THOS. J. WENTZ
Having purchased of Charles E. Wentz and
Henry C. Wentz. their Interest in the firm of
WENTZ BROTHERS, now offers the immense
CAEPETS, 01k CLOTHS, NOTIONS,
GLASS AND QUEENSWARg,
At the Lowest Possible Prises, in order to red take
his stack. Having a large stook of DOMESBIU
GOODS, on hand, purchased before tho late yd-
Vance, he offers them at the OW Prices. Ohl I -
coea, Muslims, Sheetings, Shirtings, Ticking's,
Checks, mod all Housekeeping Goods.
Sold at Inducing Low prices.
Ile calls special attention to the Glass and
TIIOS. J. WENTZ,
Successor to Wentz Brothery.
sign of the Bee Hive, No. 5 East King straiten,
Lancaster, Pa. [tebs-511-ly
FItENCII, CHINA AND ENGLISH
Now opening at
HAGER & BROTHERS.
BOSTON & PITTSBURG GLASSWARE,
purchased direct from the Manufacturers.
Engraved, Cut and Pressed Table Tumblers,
Goblets, Champagne and Wine Glasses, Fruit
Stands, Saucers, Cream l'itchers, sugars, Celery
Stands, 4 - c., in great variety of styles.
Gold Band and Plain French China,
WHITE ENGLNII GRANITE WARE.
New Style:4.4'Mb] nud Embossed, of our own
imps~ rtation. and will be sold ut very LOW
HAGER & BROTHERS.
LINENS Sr. COTTONS.
HAGER & BROTHERS have now in store a
full assorttnent of
ItAMSLEY LINEN SUEETINGS AND PIL
LOW CASINOS, DAMASK, SNOW DROP,
AND DICE PATTERNS TABLE LINENS
AND NAPKINS, HEAVY LOOM TABLE
LINENS, DAMASK AND HUCK TOWELS
from finest to lowest qualities.
RICH XRDSON , S SHIRTING AND FRONTING
A full Stock of
HOUSE FURNISHING 6001)5,
Marseilles Quilts, Honey-Comb Quilts, Blankets,
'table and Piano covers, Curtain Wallin', /se.
500 PI Et:ES BERT CALI( ',01.:s at 1214 e.
New York Mills, Wamsatta, Williamsville,
Fruit of Loom, Lousdale, Hill forestdale,
(lope, and other makes of
BLEAcIIED AND UNBLEACHED
which we aro selling by the
PIECE OR YARD,
1,000 PRIME OIHO FEATHER!.
HAGER it I3ROTHERS
Are now receiving their SPRING STOCii, which
will be found complete in all departments of
Plain and Decorative
In Plain Tints, Walnut, Oak, an
Stamped Gold, Satins and Blanks , for Balls,
Parlors, Libraries Nooms and 4 ,Lttimb
Choice New Fresco Designs for
PATENT KiiTAL for scouring paper against
/04 - Call and examine.
RACER & BROTH E RS.
ENGLTSH BUFSSELS, CILOS, , LEY'S 'TAPES
TRY BRUSSELS, LOWELL AND ILIILT
FORD THREE-PLY, INfiRAIN AND VE.
N ET( A N . , WOOL DLITUIL IiEMP A , 4t)
RAO CAR rurs.
vEtNET irrOit AND MATS,
WOOL-BOBDERED UoCOA A N .1 DONAU
NEW DESIGNS—ALL WIDTHIN.
COCOA AND CHINA MATTING - ,
WINDOW SHAUFei AND HOLLI,NIU 4 ,
In Full A eaortment.
febl?-tf] lIA.GER 4V; BROTIIKU.S.
JACOB PAUNISH, 1111 P. B•BNIBU, JOHN L. B.Lt..Ea.
HARNISH & CO'S
i , ealers in Foreign and I , olllCailiU
ULASS AND QuEimmw &RE,
t loths, easaluseres,Ssatinetts, Joann, Tweeds,
Lindseys, Flauncla, l'lckings, Checks, Haigif,
Alpaceas, hresa Giugliaina, cahoot's) ,
MicAlus and Drabs,
(foods, Notions, Sr. No. 1 Fest hers,
MEN AND DOI'S' WEALL
Made up at astonishing Low Prices.
4r;-Call and eiraulino our stock befory pur.
chasing elsewhere. (febl24lo.lf
Hats, Caps, Furs, der.
SHULTZ & BROTHER,
M A T T 11$7. it kl ,
No. !b) NORTH QUEEN STREET.,
Latest style Fall and Winter HATS and CAPS
In all gauntlets and colors.
LADIES' FANCY FURS,
We are now opening the largest and most
complete assortment of Ladled , and Chlldren'e
FANCY NUNS ever offered In this marketAlat
very low priced.
• ROBES! ROBES!! ROBES!!!
buffalo Robe's, li j nedoyel unlined; Hudson Bay,
• - W-OganiUitNtlaira 4.4104414.,
8LANK : .1,441 LAP RUGS
Of all qualities, to which we would particularly
invite the attention of all persona in want of
ihrth*Oftni UAL • , , ,
GLOVERy 0)115$11/ 0 1.1e1 1 01 Aid M I Tn..%
OTTI O .II,
Ladles' kme Par Trimmed Gloves, Gauntlets,
Mitts and Hoodoo.
PULL WARMERS and EA It I Inifi
WHOLESALE ANID RETAIL
B " & SHENK,
NOBTEMAAT ANQL2 OP CZNTRIS SQUAD'S,
Lacc.awrxn, June pith, AOC
EDITOMI Exriutes: Dr. Wm. IL Whiteside, the
enterprising Dentist, ban purchased trona Mll5ll
large stociEst teeth and all the fixtures, the in
strumentsDnuerly belonging to me, and
those used in father, Dr. Parry, in his
Lice. In t.h ba.a.the doctor has provided
himself with abmo of the moat valuable and ex
pensive instruments need in dental practitie,
and has beyond doubt ene of the best and hir
gest collections of teeth andbiairlaisomts in the
State. Persons visiting SWlMPliksiodious °Mee
of Dr. Whiteside, cannot fail to be fully mama
modatod. 'rho Doctor loses no opportus=
furnishing himself with every late se
improvement in his line of business.
• li. 11. P4RI(T.
W m. witrrusinE,
OFFICE AND REINIOS,
EAST KING LT ItEET
Next door to the Court House, over rabne.-
tock's Dry Goods Store,
Teeth itztracted with pain by the ttat of
(Nitrous Oxide) Gas.
ZIM & JACKSON,
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
AND SILVER-PLATED WARE,
SPECTACLES AND FANCY (;GODS,
No. 15 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
SirREPAIRING ATTENDED TO.liill
IVAT C HES!
CLOCKS, CLOCKS, CLOCKS.
The undersigned keeps constantly on hand a
large and full assortment of the
GENUINE AMERICAN WATCHES,
of different weight and finish, to suit all, whicil
are sold upon the most reasonable terms, and
guaranteed to give satisfaction.
Keeps also on hand a good assortment of
Call and examine the goods before purchasing
Thankful for past favors, I Itoliett a continu
ance of the same. HENRY le. ANDEMWS,
Jan 1.6m.] Strasburg, Lancaster co., Pa.
Muskat Instruments, &r.
T B. KEVINSKI,
Sri EET M 1:SIC, PIANOS, ORGANS,
at E LODEONS,
~4 nd Nugleat Insdrt meiit.4 Generally.
sea() Agent for
STEINWAY SONS ,
WORLD RUNOW NED I'IANOS.
Aloo, Agent for
PRINCE A: CO.'S ORGANS anti MI:LODEONkS
o*l-Mtislo sent by Mall Pree of Postage.
xo.i.NOl k 4 1 0 111..NCH STICKET
GOOK AtiiolHL 1)01 I !
lizett aw iin
J. B. KEN,INSKI SEfl MUSIC STT•TOItE
K LOFT KETI.A, O.IIY EL LA, MIMODILONS, ttn Ole
4011 a nun& Infthtrutnest fa,
Der Keyinski ba ugent, tor de bereemty Stein.
webr Pianos—Hlotreera beast mer se of date'.
I)er plata is
N 0.3 NORD .1.13,1Nc1i STREET, LANCASTER.
1. P. For a ilest raty Booty Geig, odder sn
Accordeon, odder ThiNnerriob-Velt odder on.
uich onuers nundeal. inshtrument, Idea odder
gross, eldept ynaht nt on* litrvinskiPa, No. 3
Nord Prince elitrosei Lunesb.iter. 1ncr20,17
G ROCERIES, FRUITS,
FOR "'LIE lIOLIVAYS. '
LAYER, sEEDLESS . A.No VALENCIA RAISIN
1)111) ) PEACHES,
CHOICE GREEN Tlf4,
CHOICE BLACK TEA.
Tao, LAGUY R A AND JAVA COFFEES,
SUGARS AND SYRUPS.
A VARIETY OF (X)NFECTIONB,
GLASS AND QUEENS WARE.
LAMP GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
All the above of the best quality and cheaper
than the cheapest. At
D. P. it J. S. BURSETI.,
nov 20-Iyr] No. IS East King street. 1.1.6 e.
AUG. REINONFIL. JAG. REINOICRL, JR.
A it J. RELNOMIL,
M A N 17 F, ACT 13 it E
.AN D DItA. LF•RS
COPAL, WHITE, OOPPLN, BLACK AND
LLNi , ERD OIL,
TURPENTINE, &a, 4,.
NO. lor9 NOETII QUEEN STREET,
.(In the Keystone Emilding,)
Also, Mahogany Itards Veneers 'and
Mouldings of di ff erent sizes and pat
terns. All kinds of Turning, such
as fled Posts, Table Legs,
spokes, 'flubs, PcHoes,
&e. , ate., &c. •
; Al o, AXLES, t,PRISGS, ne. [Jan filyr
Book and Job Printing.
- D ALT] cot lin A N,
BOOK JOB PRINTERS.
PLAIN AND FANCY PRINTING
OF ALL KINDS
From the largest PUNT ER to the smallest CAILD
or UMW L.t It, executed in the heat style, Mut
at reasonable prices.
so-Orders from a dist:lure promptly attend
OFFICE.-NO. 13, SOUTH QUEEN kATEFIET,
LA.TC ASTRA, P11.X.11.11.
W AT( HES