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refused to pay over to the Company the pre
miums he had received from several parties.
He was found guilty and sentenced to one
On Friday afternoon, Ellen Doyle, recently
an inmate of the Children's Home and charg
ed with arson in that eitablishment, was
brought before Vie Court and a verdict of not
guilty taken, in consequence of Mr. Bensenig,
the prison-keeper, having agreed to take and
Mrs. Ellen Marks pleaded guilty to awes-
Bann and battery on Herman Straws, a saucy
Jew, who had been impudent to ht r, s id was
sentenced to pay a fine of five dollars and
CNItS. Very ungallant, that sentenc.
The following bills were returned iignored:
Lorenzo Patterson, Assault and Battery;
George D. Eberman, Larceny; J. B. Martin,
fdr selling liquor without license and for sell
ing liquor to minors; Joseph Bixler, false pre
tenses; Samuel and David Sheer:, Forcible
Detainer, prosecutor (Penna. Railroad) for
On Saturday morning, the Court in pursu
ance of the petition of the Prison Inspectors,
made an order for the return of the convicts
now in the "Eastern Penitentiary from Lar.
castor county to the County jail.
Application was made by John Rohrer of
Mechanicsburg, for the cancelnient of the in
dentures of Michael O'Conner, on account of
incorrigibleness. The prisoner was indentur
ed by the Girard College of Philadelphia, in
1866, to Mr. Rohrer. The defendant being
willing that his indentures should be cancell
ed, the Court directed it to be done.
Henry Good was complained against by his
wife for deserting her. After hearing wit
nesses, the Court directed that Henry should
pew $2 per week towards the support of his
loving spouse and child, to which his counsel
demurred, and gave notic e that they would
ask that the sentence be revoked.
The case of Andrew Clavou, who was com
plained against by his wife for deserting her,
was dismissed, counsel on both sides not
deeming it of sufficient importance to occupy
the time of the Court with.
Two other cases f or desertion, one of which
was against John Martin, and the other
against Jacob Arndt, were also dismissed,
the complainants in b o th cases foiling to op.
pear to prosecute.
The Court then took up the applications for
tavern, liquor, store and eating house li
censes, for all th e old stands against which
no remonstrances were filed, and granted
The business of the session having been
disposed of, the Court adjourned until !Won
The report of the Grand Jury was made on
Friday afternoon. They stated that they
acted on seventy-four bills, of which they re
turned thirty-nine true bills, and ignored
thirty-Jive: [Quite a compliment to our very
elegant, learned and distinguished District At
torney—GE:4ms: BRUBAKER, EsQ.]
They pay deserved compliments on the
management of the Prison, Alms-house and
Hospital, and bestow especial and deserved
commendation on Messrs. Spielman and
Steinheiser for their management of affairs
in the two latter institutions, being particu
larly pleased with the good taste displayed
by Mr. J. 0. Steinheiser lii ornamenting and
taking care of the groundslital buildings at
the new Hospital now itoder his charge.
G 11.% PE VINES EllE 'ill "110ME:' —Do
nations of Grape Vines are respectfully sc
licited from the Horticultural friends of the
"Home," to plant in the new lot on Ann
street; and, with disregard of the cold proverb
about beggars, the Managers take the liberty
of asking them to bring of their beat varieties,
plants having good, strong roots. It is hopcd
that many will conspire in improving and
beautifying those grounds. Trees aid Ara
bery will be called for hereafter; at present,
those having charge of the matter only ask
for the vines. For the convenience of those
attending market, Messrs. H. L. & E. J.
Zabm, Jewelers, N. E. Corner Centre Square,
kindly consent to have the vines left in their
care, or they can he left at the "Home," South
A MAN in Harrisburg boasts of having
had a talk with a woman and getting the
last word. Ile did it by gently applying
a poker to her crani u m. She ne'er spoke
"Tap: Dead Legislature" is the mitre
which the Philaielphia Ledger gives to the
one that has just left Harrisburg. That
paper remarks that it is idle for the people
to complain so long as they take no steps
towards reform. That's so!
IT is not what people eat, but what they
digest, that makes them strong. It is not
what they gain, but what they save, that
makes them rich. It is notwhat they read,
but what they remember that makes them
learned. It is not what they profess, but
what they practice, that makes them
DONNArr, who dosn't like like Clark
Nills, writes: "I heard a good story of
Mills. During the war he wrote to the
Confederates offering to cast cannon for
them. The letter was published, and sonic
time after Clark Mills called on Stanton
...►-t,l ask the privilege of doing his head.
''My head," said the grim Secretary; "you
had better look to your own, you hound.
I have a mind to put it in a basket, and
would if you'd suffer any loss."
• Ix Virginia the crop prospects are very
favorable. The season ►s not so forward
as in the more Southern States, but the
farmers and land owners are generally alert
and active. There can be no doubt that
in 'Virginia a larger quantity of land will
be placed under cultivation than at any
former period. Great numbers of North
ern and European settlers have arrived in
the State, and in many cases with suffi
cient capital to cultivate the land on a
more extensive scale than was ever before
ILARPEIeig fika.tsiNE" for May is received
and is filled with an excellentvametir of histor
ical and other reading matter, and is protusely
illustrated. This is one of the best maraines
of the day, and should be in every household.
Published at 44 a year, b y Harper /4 Brothers,
Franklin Square, ew ork. We will send Har
per and FATlllilt, A nn AllAa one year for $4.50.
ti The May number of " PETRRBOIOB MAR AMR 0
Von our table. It opens with a pleasing' pie.
re called " The Rustic Student: , which is fol.
owed by a handsome Colored Fashion Plate.
'Then there a number of engravings for designs
la fancy work. The reading twitter will be
found of a choice description. This is an excel
lent magazine, and the cheapest published, be
iall only SS a year. Address Chas. J. Peterson.
80.) Chestnut street, Philadelphia. We send
Peterson and FATII 3R ADE AH•M for one year
We have received the May numbers of those
excellent publications, "ARTHUR'S Hosts MAG
AZINE," ()NCB A lilosTit," and the " eintnazies
Rom" These are truly valuable periodicals,
are always filled with interesting reading mat
ter, and should be widely oticulated. Published
by T. H. Arthur & sons, 809 & 811 Chestnut-st.,
We•eend AILTRIIR'I4 MAOAZINR and rATHRR
ABRAHAMI.RAHAM one year for 50. Oxen A MoaTs and
ATIDta ABRAHAM a year for tr 2.435.
HOLIA and FATHBa ABRAHAM 10rg2.15.
TRIIC L AWL" RI KND 70A MAT.—The steel plate
for this number is an amusing scene called
"The First Visit." The Colored, Fashion Plate
outttustuilly .brilliant anti e leading wood
represents hoatin on the beautiful Lake
of Killarkey. The mu sic is the "Melissa Sabot-
Umbel" and . a variety of well 'chosen illustra
tions present in the most attractive light the
resent, Ptutureslue fashions. The lovers of
neY Work willAad this department attended
to. In light literature, this magazine has no
superior. Published by Deacon & Peterson,Bl9
Walnut street, Philadelphia, at $2.00 a year
(whieh also includes a large steel engraving.)
The LADY'S PRIEM and FATIIIa ABRAHAM one
year for $2.75.
I Announcements of candidates for office
NEST DE PAID IN ADVANCE. TM r. , /e is
rir We are authorized to announce Capt.
CHARLES DENIMS, of Millersville, se a
candidate for STATE SENATOR, subject to
the decision of the Republican voters of Lan
caster county, at the nominating election. *
We are authorized to announce Dn. 11.
B. BOWMAN, of Neffsville, Manheim twp.
as a candidate for the STATE SENATE, sub
ject to the Republican nomination by the
people at the primary elections.
Vir' We are authorized to announce Capt.
W. D. STAUFFER, for PROTHONOTARY,
late of the Ist Penna. Reserves, and of the
195th P. V., present Clerk for Prothonotary,
of Lancaster City, formerly of Earl township,
subject to the nomination at the Republican
CLERK 01( QUARTER SESSIONS.
rir We are Authorized to announce BEN
JAMIN F. ROWE, of Providence twp., as
a candidate for CLERK OF QUARTER SES
SIONS, subject to the decision of the Republi
can voters at the primary election.
CLERK OF ORPHANS , COURT
rir We are authorised to announce CAP.
rArs JOHN Q. MERCER, late of Badsbury
twp., now of the city of Lancaster, as a can
didate for CLERK or ORPHANS' COURT,
subject to the decision of the Republican vo.
term at the pritnary elections.
PirWe are authorized to announce Dr. R.
B. HERR, of Indiantown District, u a can
didate for the HOUSE OP REPRESENTA
TIVES, subject to the nomination of the Re
publican people at the primary election. *
t4r We are authorized to announce H. K.
STONER, of West Lampeter township,
(manufacturer of agricultural implements)
as a candidate for COUNTY 'TREASURER,
subject to the nomination by the Republican
voters at the primary election.
E We are authorized to announce that
WM. ROBERTS, of W. ffempfield twp., will
be a candidate for COUNTY TREASURER, sub
ject to the decision of the Republican voters
at the ensuing primary elections.
EGIST lilt OF WILLS
IrrirWe are authorized to announce JA
COB W. BEAR, of Marietta Furnaces, East
Donegal township, as a candidate for REGIS
TER, subject to the deciSion 9f the Republi
can voters at the primary elections.
CW - We are authorized to announce MAR
TINS. FRY, of Ephrata township, as a can
didate for REGISTER, subject to the decision
of the Republican voters of Lancaster coun
ty, at the nominating election.
Vir We are authorized to announce DR.
WM. M. WHITESIDE, late Lieutenant cf
Company E, 10th Regiment first three months'
service, and Captain of Company I, 79th Re
giment I'. V., of Lancaster city, as a candi
date for tlie office of It s:t3, isTitu, subject to
the decision of the Union Republican party
at the primary election.
Zir We are authorized to announce flout.
A. C. HERR, of West Lampeter township,
as a candidate for RtIaISTER, subject to the
nomination by the Republican voters at the
Cam' We are authorized to announce GEO.
W. COMPTON, of Grrnarvon township, as
a candidate fOr REGISTER, subject to the
rules of the Republican party.
141 - We are authorized to announce ABIOS
GROFF, of Martie township, as a candidate
for SHERIFF, subject to the nomination by
the people at the Repnblican primary elec
qtr We are authorized to announce JOHN
M. JACOBY, of Clay township, as a candi
date for SHERIFF, subject to the rules of the
Ca — We are authorized to announce ISAAC
MISHLER, of Lancaster city, (late of East
Cocalico township,) as a candidate for the
office of SHERIFF, subject to the rules of the
Republican party. •
Pir We are authorized to announce PETER
JOHNS, of East Lampeter township, for
COUNTY COMMISSIONER, subject to the rules
of the Republican party. •
q vir ;; ; ;
To Tall ORKIN() CLASS : leLLI now prepared ;
to furnish all climes with constant employment
at their homes, the whole of the time, or for the
spare moments. Business new, light and profi
table. Fifty cents to $5 per evening, is easily
earned by persons of either sex, and the boys
and girls earn nearly as much as men. Great
inducements are offered those who will devote
their whole time to the business; and, that
every person who sees this notice, may send
me their address and test the business for them
selves, I make the following unparalelled otter :
To all who are not well satisfied with the busi
ness I will sent $1 to pay for the trouble of
writing to me. Full particulars, directions, &0.,
sent free. Elam_ples sent by mail for 10 etc. Ad
dress E. C. ALLEN, Augusta, Me. [intil3-lin
SHENENBBECIER—MEMART. April 22d, by
Rev. W. T. Gerhard, Isaac Bhenenberger, of
Rapho, to Annie Erhart, of Penn twp.
CABSON—CHANNELL. April 22d, bTRev.
W. V. Gotwald, Henry Carson, of this city,
to Annie Channel!, of York county, Pa.
BlNDBR—McCosmicx. On the 20th inst.,
by Rev. E. H. Thomas, Julius A. Binder, of
Philadelphia, to Mattie, eldest daughther of
the late Dr. D. McCormick. No cards.
WIDNYBR—BIN K LEY. On the 22d inst.,
at St. John's Lutheran Church, by Rev. W.
V. Gotwald, J. Harry Widmyer to Dora B.
Rinkley, both of this city.
AUXER—BENEDICT. April 22d, by Rev.
J. J. &rine, Lenteus Auxer, of Peques, to
Martha Benedict, of Conestoga.
MARSHALL—RICHARDS. On Tneeday last,
in St. John's Free Church, this city, ' by Rev.
T. B. Barker, Mr. Wm. 0. Marshal l, to Miss
Mary, daughter of Luther Richards, Esq.
KBSICAG V. In this city, April 25th, Lieut.
Knighter B. ICeneagy, in the 27th year of his
THOMAS. At Litiz, April 25th, Geo. D.
Thomas, in the (37th year of his age.
WAUGH. In this city, April 24th, Mary,
in the 90th year of her age, wife of the Rev.
John Waugh, dec'd, of Delaware.
NUTTER. Near Lancaster, Ohio, April
19th, Battier Rutter, formerly of this county,
in the 821 year of his age.
Hyena. On Tuesday, April 13th, in West
Earl twp., Jacob Huber, aged 59 years, 7
months and 15 days.
NEVIN. At Philadelphia, April 22, Theo
dore F. Nevin, eldest son of Rev. Alfred
Nevin, D. D.
HENszt.. In this city, April 22, Mary O.
daughter of William Hensel.
PATTERSON. On the 19th inst., in this city,
Lizzie, wife of Samuel D. Patterson.
STBitewittitZn. On the 10th last.. near
Ashland, Ohio, of Typhoid Pneumonia, Jacob
H. Steinbeiser, son of J. 0. Steinheiser, aged
11 years, and 5 monde.
BELDOMEIDOB. On the 21st inst., at his
residence in Philadelphia, Jacob Seldomridge,
formerly of this county. aged 44 years.
Tar Wit. On the 22d inst., in this city,
Mary Ann, wife of George A. Taylor, and
daughter of John HamJson , in the 30* year
of her age.
Lancaster Household Markets.
Butter, IR Di LANCASTER, April 28. D0 48 6
Lard, IFI lb 9)
Eggs, IR doz.. 20 a 22
Dressed Chickens, 30 § 75
Veal, by the quarter, ft ID 10
do do front, do 12 14
Potatoes, in bus 73 1.00
do. id half pk 10 1/I
Beans per quart, 10 19
Corn in the ear iR bushel,..... ....... 1.00
Oate, 11 hag of 3 bus 160 1
Shad, 11 100. lb! 01
Philadelphia Produce Madtet.
PHILADELPRIA, April 28.—The season for Clo
verseed is about over, and only small lots were
reported at $8.50(9.60; the latter rate frOto sec
Timothy is hold at 14.73,
Flaxseed is taken by the crushers at, SAG
There is some improvement in the demand
for Flour, both for shipment and htiatill
sumption, but prices are without
change; sales of 2000 bbls., prineipal hprhog
wheat extra family at $6.5007.75, the tor
for choice, including Penna. do. at
Ohio do. at $B/09.25. Fancy brands at 10
Extra at $firstname.lastname@example.org, and su . •rilnAt at lies 50.
Rye flour is steady at $7 7 "WC .
Nothing doing in Corn
There is a steady in• v _ 44 C
and holders of this . Nei ti it
views, but inferior •
of red at $1.65@1•75; ' ' • ' „,.
bus. white at $2 DI
Eye sells at $1 43 g bu. u tzneters t , '
Corn is firm, and the s ars Wowing re•
duced; Western mixed at NNW; the latter rage
Oats are more active and rather stronger;
sales of 5000 bumit 7 5 . 80 e•
Whiskey is held with more oonfidenee ; ISO
tibia., tax paid, sold at 95c.
Philadelphia Cattle Market.
MONDAY, April BL—There was only a limit
ed demand for the better descriptions of beef
cattle this week, and prices were hardly so
Arta, whilst inferior grades were extremely
dull, and prices nOmilifil. We qttota choice at
$10610 1 4,43.; fair to good, 94194 c.; prime at 76854 c.,
and common at As@so. .B. gross. Receipts,
1,678 head. The following sales were reported :
60 head, Owen Smith, Lano'r oo 1110 K
2.3 " Depgler & MoCteese , Chest. co 7 9
65 " P. McF il len, Lane''' . on 8 41
110 " P. Hathaway,Lattoo.&Weatin 7
tZ " James S. Kirk, Chester oo 9 10 4
5/ " James MeFillen, Lanc ' r c 0.... 9
50 " R. S. BleFillen t L anc'r co 8 ;I
100 " Martin Fuller & Co., Western. 8 10
1.13 " Mooney & Smith, Lanc'r co.— 8 10
FM " T. Mooney k Bro., Lanc'r co. 6 Sy,
40 " H. Chain, Lano'r co 7 1 9
56 " J. &L. Frank, Lane , '" co 7j 9
62 " Frank & Sehamberg, Lane. co. 8 9
85 " Rope & Co., Lano'r Co. 8 1 4 9 1 4
El ‘. Elkin& Co., Lanc'r co 71 9t4
24 " J. Clemson, Lanc'r co., 7 1 9
27 " Chandier&Alexander,Chester 7 9
Cons and Calves—The market was rather
quiet. Sales of springers at 05065, and cows
and calves at S4OBBO.
Sheep—Receipts 6,000 head. The market was
leas active and closed dull at a decline. Pale&
at 6 1 4148.4c.15 B. gross.
Hogs—Receipts 4,000 head. There } was less
firmness in this department of the live stock
market, and less inquir Sales at the Union
and Avenue Yards, at 613 y.
015.50 for slop, and
$18.50@15 for corn fed, the latter rate for extra.
R OLLING MILL PROPERTY AT
The subscriber offers at private sale, the pro
perty known as the " Rolling Mill." in the Bor
ough of Shamokin, Northumberland county,
Pa., adjoining the sliamokin Furnace, consist
ing of about two (2) sores of ground. The Roll
ing Mill building es a 286 feet, together with a
largo Brick Stack about tio feet in height. The
building is substantially built of the best mater
ials, covered with a slate roof, and stands with
in seventy-dye feet of, and on a level with the
Enterprise Railroad, (an extensiontf the Phil
adelphia and Reading Railroad) It is well
adapted for manufacturing purposes of almost
any description, such as Honing Mill,Nail Fac
tory,Machine Shop, Voundry,Car Shop, ac., &o.
Being located near the centre of one of the
richest anthracite mining districts in the State,
presents a rare chance for investment. Price
liberal. For further particulars apply to or
address THOS. BAUMGARDNER,
or K. A. A MME11.31A..,N, Shamokin, Pa.
April 30, 1889.—tf •
LITIZ GEAYA DE WELT;
TaiIUDY UN BRICKFIR AHEAD!
DER GROSS NEI SHTORE
READY FOR CUSTOMERS!
Dort geat tiler onria for wohlfehl kawfa !
AN NEIER SHTOCK GOODS!
DRY GOODS fuu oily aorta ; Queensware un
Hardware; Oily sorta Licher t Goods for Mon
sleit nn Weibsleit, for Pre-yohr un Summer;
Tsucker, Coffee, Km, un oily onnery sorts Gro
ceries ; Ally sortipkiard ware for bans ; Paints,
Oehl nn Varnish de niddershty Shtadtprioes.
In fact, shier olles was iner deuks konn is tau
hews, Dryer ous wohlfeal ins
TSHUDY UN BRICKER'S
GRO3BA NELA SEITORE!
Besides, an first rater, faller shtoek fun oily
Kleador for Monslett, un Buis's;
Huet for Mc num un Buwa,
An first rat.y shtock, en orris wohlfehl
Now JAI de twits maolit Mob bei, un udg't
for eieli selwer. Ktimmt in foor-weasa ; kummt
ufeil ; kummt mit easle loom ; kummt of em
railroad; kummt of velocipedes, odder kummt
tau foos. Mer sin gor net pertioubsr—yusht so
doe der kummt for wahlfeala nu first raty
goods, un brine eir greenback's mit. Mind
der reoht plata is one
TSHUDY 1:N BRICKER'S
ORES SA NEIA SHTORE,
IS/ Ifr GO•ANICAD SIATBDDLB, PUN LITII
Book and Job Printing.
RAUCH % COCHRAN,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS
PLAIN AND FANCY. PRINTING
OP ALL KINDS
Prom the la r gest PO In It It to the smallest CARD
or CIRCULAR, exeouted in the best style, and
at reasonable prices.
40rOrders from a distance promptly attend
OFFICE.—NO. It, SOUTH Quaisrt STUART
T 44010 A.SIIIII.
OUR NEW OFFICE.
To subetantiate the merit yo nuivorsally ac
WHEELER, & WILSON'S
and at the *MC lime to Justify our claims to
the fav e citizens of Laneaster County,
we w their attention a few strong
facts : •
First—Werasaert, (utlenlably) that
TIM ONLY GOLD Mb:DAT
awaited at the Paris Exposition for Sewing
Macbtu tor *pity purposed, Wa3
awarded to ttle
WHEEIIR & WILSON,
after a lair trial before competent Judges, (ap
pointed by the Emperor Napoleon,) whose
duty it was to deal impartially in the perfor
mance of their oommission :
CHAMP-DSMARS, 6th July 1867.
Mr. R. Matting, 139 Regent Street, London.
Doss Sink -Replying to your inquiry, I beg
leave to that the ONLY GOLD MEDAL
for the manufacture and perfection of Sewing
Machines, was awarded to Messrs. Wusar.sn do
Wittier( of New York.
HENRY F. Q. D'ALIGNY,
Member of the Internationca Jury
and Reporter of the same.
DEPARTMENT 01 STATE
' Washington, May, 18611.
Wheeler h. Wkson, of NON York.
Sins :—The 1:1 - pattment has received one Gold
Medal, award to your firm for Sewing Ma
chines, at the Paris Universal Exposition, of
1867. WM. H. SEWARD,
Stvretory of Male.
Second—We assert to the positive sale of the
LARGEST NUMBER OF SEWING MACHINES
FOR. FAMILY 1.7.41
OP ANY MANUFACTURIN COMPANY
IN THR COUNTR Y,
A FAMILY ANWINCI
and as snob, it has, in dofianoe of all competition,
whether it be manly and honorable, or ungen
tlemanly and ignorantly discourteous, made its
way, held its own; and established the well
merited reputation so universally extended to
the Wheeler & Wilson sewing Machine. Nor is
it necessary in introducing the W heeler 1t Wil
son to the citizens of Lancaster, that we should
speak in any way disparagingly of others. We
claim to have A FIRST CLASS SEWING MA
CHINE, comple l no single extra at
tachments to ' b tier ronasing.) the beet in
use for family work.
In taking into consideration the unequalled
popularity of this wonderful machine and its
immense sale, it should be remembered that we
have derived no benefit whatever from the sale
of manufacturing machines. Withdraw the
heavy machines from the salesof he different
companies, and where do they stead: Far be
hind the Wheeler & Wilson Co., who make the
Family Sewing Machine a speciality. The
Company's manufacturing premises s t Bride°.
port, Conn, occupy a space of 3.loreg e enelosing
an entire quadrangle, with a frontent he N. Y.
& N. H. Railroad side of a quarter of a mile less
1. feet, filled with costly machinery.
Capital Employed, over $2,000,000.
Men Employed, 1,000.
Machines, Daily Product, See
Number in Use, see ,0011.
In excess of any 0ther,......111,000 to 200,000.
In lother words,this Man untotory has added to
the industrial world the effective force of 1,700,-
• Oa seamstresses, and is swelling that immense
number by adding 2,000 per day.
IL has even conquered British prejudice.
Charles Dickens himiplf has made it the sub
ject of a finely turnerarticie in "Once a Week,"
and the London Times, in an exhaustive two
colunia and a half editorial, covering the whole
subject of Sowing Machines, awards the highest
merits of praise to e WILE ELER WILSON,
itas the one best for household work.
It is on this in ou of labor•eaving in all
parts of the world, London, St. Petersburg,
Madrid, Constantinople, Calcutta, Cape Town,
ko. Its agents are everywhere throughout the
habitable globe, wherever fabrics are sown in
to human apparel.
We respectfully claim attention, and oortlial
ly i-vite the citizens of Lancaster county to vis
it our °Moe, inspect the Machine, examine the
samples of the work performed, and compare
them with others. We willingly abide the re
OUR NHW OFFICE IS
No. 64 North Queen-St.,
Books and Stationery.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY
AT THR CORNER OP
11 - P.-AT KING & PRI NC F.: -14 T
English and German Bibles
Testaments, School ] ' looks,
Blank Books, Diaries.
Special attention given to SUNDAY SCHOOL
BOOKS, and Teachers Helps of all kinds. Oh
ject Lessons on Large Charts.
The latest MUSIC BOOKS.
WSHERT MUSIC for live cents a piece
STATIONERY AND FANCY ARTICLES
of all kinds.
WHOLESALE. AND RETAIL.
BIBLES for 35 eta. TESTAMENTS for 10 cis
feblo-tfj D. S. BARE.
J. H. SHEAFFER,
BOOKSELLER AN!) STATIONER,
Ilaq removed Ills large stook
BOOKS and STATIONERY,
NO. 52 NORTH QUERN STRMET,
Opposite Shober's Hotel,
FOUR F)DORM NORTH OF ORANtiF.--aft EFT,
DAVID DAIL A. W.
BAIR & SHENK,
NORTNEAST ANGLE OF CENTRE SQLTARE,
LANCASTER, PEN NA
No. 36 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
UNITED STATI RONDA, STOCKS, GOLD,
SILVER, AND COUPONS
Drafts given on all the principal Cities
Collections made promptly.
intorr.•t paid on Dopositi
.10119 M. STNFINIAN, I,:liOnOtt BRUBAKiiie t
JUSF.PII CLARECIOv, SAALUtir, SLoKOII,
STEI-IMA N. CI. 11.! f•C:4ON
T HE HOWE SEWING MACHINE,
EVEI B D !
is a Holiday Gift to a Sister, wife or terienkl
they are unsurpassed.
The Farmer wants it for his Family
The Dress and Cloak Maker prefers it
The Seamstress wants It, because Its work Is
sure to give satisfaction.
The Tailor has long tgo (ioCidet7 It to be the
Poet for his business.
The Carriage Trimmer cannot do without it;
and the Shoe Fitter finds that, after all, the
HOWE is the machine for him.
Sooner or Later, everybody wtlt have the
Every Machine is warranted.
Every one may be the possessor of one of these
unrivalled machines, as we endeavor to make
the terms of sale suit, all our customers.
We earnestly invi to all, whether they purpose
purchasing or not, to call and gets pecimens of
the work executed by us on the HOWE MA
CHINE, and compare It with the work done by
other machines. We are willing toabide by the
0. FATE, Agent,
54 North Queen Street
T HE LANCASTEI:
Sash Support and Lock.
Has neither Swings. Weights, Ropes or Pulleys.
Can be pot into any winnow. HOLDS THS SASH
AT ANY FINIONTH, AND 15 SELF-LOCKING; is
very simple, Cheap awl durable. Rights/or sale
on liberal terms.
For further particulars, call on or address
SASH LOCK, at the Lancaster, Pa., Foot ()Meer.
WARM FOR SALE, IN CITLPEPPER
COUNTY, TA., twonsiles southwest of the
Court House, ea the Orange and Alexandria R.
R., and sixty-eve miles Hots Washington, D.
C., of 22. ACRES, naturally dry soil, and no
better Virginia; boantiftil location, and re
markably healthy. Price, *7 por acre if ap
applied for soon.
For full particulars, apply by letter to JAMES
BAXTER, Mamaronec Westchester ea. N. Y.,
et to the editor of this paper. [naltl94t
Coal, .Earanber, &e.
F REER, BRENEMAN & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
COAL, OF THE 13ES7' QUALITY.
YenA—COR. WATER ST. AND PA. R. R.
Oirsqcs—NO. SI EAST ORANGE
LANCASTER PA. (4oc 18-ly
a. n. 111AliTilgy HICRINEHT Titmice, JOHN 11. Hawn
FM OF DRY LUMBER.
MARTIN, THOMAS & CO.,
COLUMBIA, LANCASTER CO., PA.,
At LOCK RAVEN, CLINTON COUNTY, PA.,
WHITE. PINE, HEMLOCK,
POPLAR, WALNUT ASH,
FLOORING, SID ING,
PICKE T S LATH, -
BOX BOARDS, &v., &c.
Furnishing Goods, &c.
H EAD Q UARTERS
UNDERCLOTHING, STOCKINGS, GLOVES,
COLLARS, CUFFS, SLEEVE BUTTONS,
Sienths ware generally, at
No.l lj; NORTH QUEEN ST., Lancaster
Ant vver ono grosser mattock goods—snitable
for Krlshdogs, Net-Yohro nu onnery Pre/lenti—
Holit-Dicher, lichunp•Dicher, Collars, Lima.
seruiel Kliep,g'stitickLeHemmer-front* ‘ Piooket
'Richer, Perfumery, Hokr-011al, Cigar r asa, un
onnery fancy articled one
E.. 1. ERDMAN'S,
41 1 4 North Queen Street, Lancaster.
(Om sign turn gross Shtrestich Hem.) [uo2o-1y
BEE HIVE STORE,
Hag restored good old time*.
PRICES AS LOW
FOR GREENBACKS AS GOLD
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, CARPETS,
OIL CLOTHS, WINDOW SHADES,
GLASS AND QUEENSCWARE,
LADIES , DRESS GOODS,
ALL TUb NOVELTIES OF THE SEAS*,
KID GLOVES, CORSETS,
PRICES CHEAP AS EVER.
BEST CALICOES IN. THE MARKET FOR
THOS. J. WENTE„
Sign of the Roe Hive,
apit•lyi No. 5 East King-et., Lancaster, Pa.
SPRING, 1809. SPRING, 1889
HAGER & BROS.
Rave now open a full stook of Goods fop Stories
sales, which will be tonud complete
in every department, and will
be cold at
POPULAR PRICES !
A choice selection of
FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN,
In now styles of Silk, Poplinetts, Poplins, MO.
hairs, DeMinos, Peresis and Chintzes,
ENGLISH & GERMAN HOSIERY,
JUGLA & EMPRESS KID GLOVBS,
THOMPSON'S CORSETS £ SKIRTS.
Black Bombazine, Tamiese, Poplins, Delatnes.
Alpacas, in all qualities , of LUPIN'S Manu
facture. Black Thibet, Long and Square
Shawls, English and French Crapes and
HOUSE FURNISHING LINENS & COTTCMIS, •
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS
English Brussels, Crossley's Tapestry 8rU.980111,
Lowell & Hartford Tbroo-Ply and Venetian,
Wool Dutch, Hemp and List Carpets.
Floor Oil Cloths--all widths.
COCOA AND CHINA. MATTINGS.
26 PACKAGES, PLAIN AND EMBOSSIMS
ENGLISH GRANITE WARE,
Of Superior Quality.
PITTSBURG AND BOSTON GLASSWARE AT
Low Prices. •
WALL I'APE2S I WALL PAPERS f
PLAIN AND DECORATIVE.
20,000 Pieces, new styles for Spring sales,
the largest assortment ever offered in
lIOLLANDS AND FIXTURES.
airlVe invite an examination.
HAGER & BROTHERS.
CLOTHS, CA SSDIERES, tke.
We bavo now open a large and ohoiewlee-
Lion of line and medium FOREIGN AND DO
COATINGS, CLOTHS, & MELTONS,
In new Shade of Blue, Dahlia, Olive, green,
Pinup and Drown.
BLACK CLOTHA AND DOESKINS, from the
lowest to finest qualities.
LIPPIT, ItR DROA Dintoog. SE-
W-LAVES, DLACHINGToN, MIDDLESEX, and
other best makes
In 6-4 and 3-1 widths, with and without side
hands, in all the now styles and colors suited to
MEN AND BOYS , WEAR.
CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER by experi
enced Cutters, and satisfaction guaranteed.
A full stock of ouz own manufactured .
READY MADE CLOTHING,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS of ever de
eoription. Ail-PRICEY LOW.
ap2•tf] II: GER & BROTHERS.
JAColl HARM:AII, Li. S. HALL:CaIi, JOHN L. MILLS"
HARNISH & CO'S
No. 27 WEST KING-ST., LANCASTER, PA.,
Dealers in Foreign and Domestic
GLASS AND QUEENSWARE,
Cloths, C'assinieres, Satt (netts; Jeans, Tweeds
Lindsey, Flannels, Ticking's,. 11141iiiiii, Plaids,
Alpacieas, I)res4 Hoods, linlgilat 9 , CaltooeB,
Muslims and Drills,
White Goods, Notions, k No. 1 Feathers,
MEN AND BOYS , WEAR,
Made up at astonishing Low Priam
481-Call and examine our stock before par
clawing elsewhere. Libbl9ll.l7
Hats, Caps, Furs, &
SHULTZ & BROTHER,
No. 20 NORTH QUEEN STREET;
latest style Fall and Winter HATS and CAPS
hi all qualities and colors.
LADIES' FANCY FURS,
We are now opening the largest and most
complete assortment of Ladles' and Children%
FANCY FURS ever armed in this market, at
very low prices.
ROBES! ROBES!! ROBES!!!
Buffalo Robes, lined and unlined; Hudson Bar
Wolf, Prairie Wolf, Fox, Coon,
BLANKETS AND LAP RUGS
Of all qualities, to w blob we would partici:dart,
Invite the attention of all persons in want, of
artioles in that line.
GLOVES, GA UN TLETS and MITTS.
Ladies Fine Fur Trimmed Glove*, Osmotic's
Mitts and Hoods.
PULSE WARM ;RS and EAR MITTS.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
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