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GOOD TEMPLARS : The regular quarterly
District Convention of Good Templars of Lan
caster county was held OR Friday last, in the
American Mechanics' Hall, this city. Four
teen Lodges were represented, and the Con
vention was the largest and most interesting
ever held in the county. Among the distin
guished individuals present was Hon. S. B.
Chase, of Susquehanna county, the Grand
Chief Templar of Pennsylvania, S. S. King,
of Perry, and Rev. D. Hartman of Altoona.
Strong resolutions were adopted, calling upon
all Christian people, and especially ministers
of the Gospel, to unite with the friends of total
abstinence and prohibition of the traffic in
strong drink. L. de W. Breneman, of this
city, presided, and J. L. Allen, of Salsbury,
was elected W. C. T. for the next meeting, to
be held at Christiana, on August 13th, 1869.
A CommtrrEF. was appointed by the Good
Tomplars of Lancaster to make preparations
for a grand excursion, sometime during the
summer, to Vineland, New Jersey, and re
EditorA Futile,. Abraham: Manor township
is ahead, and deserves the banner ! The resi
dence of our highly esteemed fellow-citizen,
Mr. C. 0. Herr, of Highville, Manor town
ship, was the scene of a mammoth party on
Saturday evening, May Bth. The affair was
gotten up by persons residing in , Upper Man
or, to surprise the Misses Herr, and there be
ing in all thirty-three buggies, conveying
about seventy persons, none of hom expect
ed the number to he so great, it may be sup
posed that there was a surprise all around.
All enjoyed it hugely.
As is usual on such occasions, Messrs. Le
mons, Sugars and Cakes came along with the
party, and rendered general satisfaction by
their presence, the ladies, and if our observa
tions were correct, the gentlemen also, pre
ferring a "Lemon" aid to any other "aid"
extant just then. To render a lively occasion
more lively, Mr. Abraham Herr, of Washing
ton, was there. From his oft expressed long
ing for "schnitz un knep," it was supposed
that hs had been quite recently favored with
a repast on articles bearing that name, and
that visions of those commodities still hung
in vivid clusters over his mental horizon.
Altogether, the party was a success. But,
I regret to say, that a very few were ungen
tlemanly enough to load their breath with the
fumes of liquor, and their pockets with flasks
of the same, thus marring the feelings of
many, and detracting from the high tone of
the society. If it is a deplorable fact that
scattered over the land there are more houses
occupied by venders of intoxicating drink
than school houses or churches, the fact that
whisky cannot be confined to those plates
but must be dragged from filthy saloons to
refined society is still more deplorable.
We mention this partly by way of apology
and explanation to Mr. Herr who could feel
justly indignant were the short-comings of
this few a proper criterion of the general
statues of the society. ts.
of New York. Mr. Win. B. Astor re
turned an ineoino for the last year of
$1,072,212; W in. W. Cornell, i,, 4 149,131;
11. T. Ilehnhold, ii1.15,20:i; Henry D.
Haight, i , ,lll.iii+o; W. C. Ithinelander,
$103,057; l Vantkrbilt, 5.i469,220; James
TIrE men who will never die are the
man who voted for Washiwyton, the man
who first nominated Grant, the oldest
Freemason, the last soldier of the Revo
lution, Jefferson's body servant, the old
est American actor, and the man who
originated the idea of the Pacitic Railroad.
THE Hon. Edward Thornton, the Brit
ish Minister, Baron Legerer, the Austrian
Minister, the Hon. Captain Ward, Mr.
Francis Clare Ford and Mr. Fane, of the
English Embassy, have been on a tour of
inspection of the coal and oil regions un
der the direction of Senator Cameron.
PLYMOUTH enuncu pricked up its
ears and wandered whether Mr. Beecher
had lost his wits when, on Sunday, he
said: "I believe the time will yet come
when our offices will be fined with honest
men; that men can go to the Legislature
and not be corrupted; that a man call be
a judge, and yet go to heaven."
rir Announcements of candidates tbr office
MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE. Th..1 , •.'/ , ' iS
1, ZS ATE
We are authorized to al.lllOI/lICH Capt.
CHARLES I)ENUES, of Millersville, as a
candidate for STATE SENATOR, subject to
the decision of the Republican voters of Lan
caster county, at the nominating election. *
pe- We are authorized to announce DR. 11.
B. BOWMAN, of Neirsyille, Manheim twp.,
as a candidate for the STATE SENATE, sub
ject to the Republican nomination by the
people at the primary elections.
tir We are authorized to announce Capt.
W. D. STAUFFER, for PROTHONOTARY,
late of the lat 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. OF (87 Alt 114:1: z...ESSIONS
r-0 - We are authorized to announce BEN
JAMIN F. ROWE, of Providence twp., as
a candidata for CLERK OF QUARTER SES
SIONS, subject to the decision of the Republi
can voters at the primary election.
CLERK OF ORPHANS , COURT
r" We are authorized to Announce CAP
TAIN JOHN Q. MERCER, late of Sadebury
twp., now of the city of Lancaster, as a can
didate for CLERK OF ORPHANS' COURT,
subject to the decision of the Republican vo
ters at the primary elections.
R" We are authorized to announce Dr. E.
B. HERR, of Indiantown District, as a can
didate for the Hausa OF REPRESENTA
TIVES. subject to the nomination of the Re
publican people at the primary election. *
COUNTY TREASURE R.
t-er We are authorized to announce JESSE
PANNABECKER, of Clay township, as a
candidate for COUNTY TREASURER, subject
to the Republican nomination at the coming
pri , iiary election,.
LW - We are authorized to announce H. H.
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.
Ur We are authorized to announce that
WM. ROBERTS, of W. Hemptield twp., will
be a candidate for COUNTY TREASURER, sub
ject to the decision of the Republican voters
at the ensuing primary elections.
REGISTER OF WILLS
$ We are authorised to announce JERE
MIAH ROHRER, of Lancaster city, late
Major 127th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volun
teers, 2d Division, 2d Corps, Army of the Po
tomac, as a candidate for REGISTER OF
WILLS, subject to the'decision of the Repub
lican voters at the primary election.
farWe are authorized to announce JA
COB W. BEAR, of Marietta Furnaces, East
Donegal township, as a candidate for REGIS
TER, subject to the decision of the Republi
can voters at the primary elections. r.
rtrWe are authorized to announce MAR
TIN S. FRY, of Ephrata township, a■ a can
didate for REGISTER, subject to the decision
of the Republican voters dif Lancaster coun
ty, at the nominating election.
63" We are authorized to announce DE.
WM. AL WHITESIDE, late Lieutenant of
Company E, 10th Regiment first three months'
service, and Captain of Company I, 79th Re
giment P. V., of Lancaster city, as a candi
date for the office of REGISTER, subject to
the decision of the Union Republican party
at the primary election.
Vir We are authorized to announce Lieut.
A. C. HERR, of West Lampeter township,
as a candidate for REGISTER, subject to the
nomination by the Republican voters at the
:-Cf - We are authorized to announce G EO.
W. COMPTON, of Cwrnarvon township, as
a candidate for REGISTER, subject to the
rules of the Republican party.
11*I" We are authorized to announce JOHN
HILDEBRAND, of Mount Joy, as a candi
date for STIERIFF, subject to the decision of
the Republican party, at the primary elec
1-i1" We are authorized to announce AMOS
GROFF, of Martic township, as a candidate
for SHERIFF, subject to the nomination by
the people at the Republican primary elec
WI - We are authorized to announce JOHN
M. JACOBY, of Clay township, as a candi
date for SHERIFF, subject to the rules of the
Czir 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. •
I We are authorized to announce PETER
JOHNS, of East Lampeter township, for
COUNTY COMMISSIONER, subject to the rules
of the Republican party.
ABEL—ESCHDACH. On the 16th inst., by
Rev. J. J. Strine, at his residence, Franklin
F. Abel, of Manor, to Miss Anna T. Each
bach, of Pequea.
CABSEL—LONGIANBCHER. On the 11th
inst., at the residence of the bride's parents,
A. N. Cassel, of Mount Joy, to Annie, daugh
ter of Jacob Longenecker, of Maytown.
LINVILLE—McCuLLotrait. On the 6th
inst., at the Reformed Parsonage, in New
Holland, by Rev. Darius W. Gerhard, Wm.
P. Linville, of Salisbury, to Bertie B. McCul
lough, of Paradise township.
Stitnx—KuNa LE. On the 11th ir.st., in
Reading, by Rev. B. D. Zweizig, Henry C.
Shirk, of Philadelphia, to Minnie N. Kunkle,
of New Berlin, Lancaster county.
BLACK. May 19th, 1869, Jane, wife of John
Black, esq., in the 68th year of her age.
G uIItSSINOBB. At New Texas, Lancaster
county, Pa., May 17th, 1869, Anna, daughter
of Adam and Margaret Gniessinger.
COATBS. sth month, 18th, at the residence
of his daughter, Ellen Jackson, in West Grove,
Chester county, Levi Coates, late of Christi
ana, Lancaster-co., in the 88th year of his age.
ItAuGmitA 1.4. May 13th, in this city, Mrs.
Susan J. Baughman, aged 77 years, 3 months
and 16 days.
LEIDIGH. On the 13th inst., in Paradise,
Jonathan Lehi igh, aged 62 years.
Mtt.t.F.n. On the 15th inst., in this city,
Emily Hunter, daughter of Watson H. and
Emily M. Miller, aged 17 years.
BIZENEMAN. On the 12th inst., in Pequea
twp., Charlotte lirenetuan, widow of John
lireneman, aged 80 years, 1 month and 22
SHISSLER. On the 2d inst., in Manhelm
twp., Jacob Shissler, aged 73 years, 5 months
and 22 days.
SotinEns. On the Ilth inst., in this city,
Eve Ada, infant daughter of Cornelis w and
Elizabeth Souders, aged 10 months alui 22
I!'LETTEn. On the 10th inst., in this city,
Frank, infant son of Jacob :tot Catharine
MARTIN. On the 12th inst., in this city,
Susan Martin, aged 80 years, 4 months and S
FRANKS. On the 9th inst.,
Boston, Agnes 8., wife of Richard R. Franks,
of West Philadelphia, formerly of this city.
CURTIS. On the 17th inst., Barbara Curtis,
wife of the late John Curtis, in her 91st year.
BOWERS. On the 18th inst., in this city,
Maggie A. Bowers, daughter of John and
Mary Bowers, in the 19th year of her age.
[a►ncaster Household Markets.
Butter, VI lb
Lard, VI to
Eggs, ift doz... ......
Yea!, by the quarter,
Potatoes, Vt bus
do. '4l half pk..
Beans 11 quart
Sweet lotato Sprouts 101 100
Corn in the ear, lit bu
IR Vi bag of 3 bus
Herring 'ft doz
Philadelphia Produce Market.
ruit.AnimeniA, May 19.—The receipts of Cloy
erseed and Timothy are trifling, anti there is
nothing doing in either. Small sales of Flax
seed at $2 70, at which figure it is wanted.
There is rather more doing in flour for ship
ment, but the home consumers buy sparingly.
Sales of 2,000 bids. mostly Northwestern extra
family at $6.5007 per bbl., including some
Penna. and Ohio do. at 40 . 7508.25; and fancy lots
There is Ito change in Rye Flour or Cornmeal;
small sales of the former at 47.
The Wheat market is dull and 5 cis. lower;
sales of 3,000 bush. Western Red at 41.50; Amber
at 41 60; and White at $firstname.lastname@example.org , 5.
Small sales of Rye ut $1.45.
Corn is dull and lower; sales of 5,000 bush.
yellow at MOM eta.
Oats are dull at Bl@n.
Prices of Barley and Malt are nominal.
Whisky is very dull, and freely offered ab 94
cts., tax paid.
Philadelphia Cattle Market.
MONDAY, May 17.—The market for Beef Cattle
is extremely inactive, but holders are genet
ally very tirm in their v ewe, and manifest no
particular disposition to force sales. We quote
choice at 10605 c., the latter rate for a superior
lot; lair to good at 90)100 ; prime at 7 1 ,41. - 8;413.;
and eterimon at s@7c. per pound, gross. Re
ceipts, 1,900 head. he following sales were re
65 Awed, Owen Smith Western 7 4 15 •
110 " A. Christy it'Bro., %Vestei n.. 8 a 9
45 " Dengler & McCleese, Ches. co 7 1 /0 sv
50 P. Mennen, Western 9 Q 914
711 " P. Hathaway, Western V 4 W 4
DO " James S. Kirk, Chester co. ... 7 9 , 4
100 " James Mennen, Western.... 9 9
40 " K. S. Mcloillen, Chester c 0.... 9 9
115 " Uhlman & Bachman, Western 7 13
145 " Martin, Fuller &Co., Western 7 9
152 " Mooney & Smith, Western.... 74 11
Sti 11 T. Mooney & Bro.,Virginia. 514 81,e,
60 " H. Chain, %VesternPenna. .. 5 6%4
50 " L. Frank, Western (1 1 1 7.4
80 " Frank & Schomberg,Western. W 9).4
30 " Hope & Co. Chester county.. 6. 40 st%
" M. Dryfoos , * Co., Virginia... 3 9
55 " Ekon & Co. Virginia 6 7
57 11 Blum & Co.,' Virginia 5 ts
27 11 B. Baldwin, Chester county.. 7 S
32 " D. Branson, Chester county.. 5%e, 7 1 A
53 " Chandler&Alexander,Chester 7 9
61 " A. Kimble, Chester county... 7 91,4
19 " L. Horn, Delaware 6 7
45 11 John McArdie, Western 5 s
19 11 Jesse Miller, Chester county. 7 9
Cows and calves are in steady request at
1150Q90 ; and springers at $ 45 0)7 5 9 an advance ;
receipts, 130 heal.
Sheep are in good supply, and the demand
has flatten off. Sales at 406 c. 1 111 IL gross ; re
ceipts, 16,04./0 head.
Hogs are unchanged ; sales of 4,500 head at
e12Q13 for slop, and $134114.25 for corn fed.
To Tit fr: WoRHINVo CLASS : I ant now prepared
to furnish all classes with constant employment
at their homes, the whole of the time, or for the
spare moments. Business new, light and profi
table. ififty 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 limo 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 oder :
To all who are not well satisfied with the busi
ness, I Will senst id to pay for the trouble of
writing to Me. Full particulars, directions, &c.,
sent free. Samples sent by mail for 10 cts. Ad
dress E. C. ALLEN, Augusta, Me. [mhl2-3m
Q EVEN PEE CENT. GOLD BONDS
kJ of the I. t: SUPERIOR AND MISSUA
SIPPI RAILROAD COMPANY.
First Mortgage sinking Fund Bonds, Free of
United States Taxes.
Secured by 1,63 . 2,000 ACRES OF CHOICE
LANDS, and by the Railroad, its rolling stock,
and franchises; and yielding in currency near
ly Ten per cent. per annum.
Holders of 5w.20 Bonds can exchange them for
these desirable securities, at a prodt of nearly
20 per cent.
A limited amount for sale upon favorable
terms, and full particulars furnished by
T HE LANCASTER
ilas neither Springs, Weights, Ropes or Pulleys.
Can be put into any window. HOLDS TRH SASH
AT ANY HISIGHTH, AND IS SELF-LOCKING; 18
very simple, cheap and durable. Rights for sale
on liberal terms.
For further particulars, call on or address
SASH LOCK, at the Lancaster, Pa., Post Otlice.
T HE PLACE TO GO FOR GOOD
W. F. DUNCAN'S,
FLORENCE SEWING MACHINES,
These may are made in the 13E.sT STYLE,
And t.,r sewin; purposes cannot be murpassed by
any I naohines of wttite‘tir name now in the
They are warranted to execute in the best man
ner every kind of STITCHINO, HEMMING, FV.LLING,
BItAIDING, COlll/,\O, TIICKINit, BLIPPLINO, BIND
ING, GATIIIMINI),,kr., &C., and will also make BUT
TON BoLKS, EVNI.ET BOLNe4 and OVKII.SMANIg.
They are not complicated, bat
and within the capacity of all
T HE HOWE SEWING MACHINE,
As a Holiday Gift to a Sister, Wife or Friend
they are unsurpassed.
The Farmer wants it for his Family.
The Dress and Cloak &faker prefers it.
The Seamstress wants it, because its work is
sure to give satisfaction.
The Tailor has long ago decided it to be the
best 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 will have the
Every Machine is warranted.
Every one may be the possessor of one of these
nnrivalled machines, as we endeavor to make
the terms of sale suit all our customers.
We earnestly invite all, whether they purpose
purchasing or not, to call and get specimens of
the work executed by us on the HOWE MA
CHINE, and compare it with the work done by
other machines. We are willing to abide by the
LANCASTER, May 19.
1) (I§ 12
60 10 75
s et 12
2) (d 5,
1.5) 4 , 1.75
25 (4 ,
BAIR, & SHENK,
NORTHEAST ANGLE OF CENTRE SQCARE,
UNITED STATES BONDS, STOCKS, GOLD,
Collect ionA made promptly
JONN M. STEHMAN, SAMUEL SLoKom,
SHEET MUSIC, PIANOS, ORGANS,
an i Ilfu.qical Instruments Generally.
Rm.% Agent for
STEINWAY & SONS'
WORLD RENOWNED PIANOS.
Also Ascent for
PRINCE a CO.'S OiWANS and MELODEONS
Wit-Music sent by Mail Free of Postage.
No. 3 NORTH PRINCE STREET,
J. B. HBVINSKI SEIM MUSIC SHTORE.
IKLOTVIIIIRA, ORYILLA, MiILODHONS, Un 811.3
aorta music Inehtrumental
Der Kevinski is agent for de bereeinty Stein
wehr Pianos—Kloffeera beast met se of deitsh.
Der platy. is
No. 3 NORD PRINCE STRRET, LANCASTER.
N. B. For a first raty gooty Gem, odder an
Aceordeon, odder a Tow , errioh-Peii, odder en
nick onners musical Inshtrument, kiesi odder
gross, shtept yuslit ni ons KiivinskPs, No. 3
Nord Prince Sbtrose, Lancaster.
DAVID G. SWARTZ,
No. 73 North Duke-st.,
111 7 It 1
Sash Support and Luck
85 NORTH QUEEN STREET
We have the popular
And the Celebrated
AMERICAN BUTTON-HOLE AND
By the REST WORKMEN,
4); tltn. 111 :41r MATEIZIALS,
-IMPLE AND EIS)." To 'L,EARN
asli- Don't forget the p1ac0,134
W. F. I)UNCAN'S,
ORIEVF.S , OLD STAND,
05 NORTH QUEEN STREET
myl4-Iml LANCASTIOi, PA
C. FATE, Agent,
25 Li North Queen Street
LANCASTER, PENN A
vioN) 13 I
NR 36 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
SILVPR, AND COUPONS
Drifts given on all the principal Cities
Intereet paid on Dopoatt
STEMMA N. CLARKSON & C ,
Musical Instruments. &c.
GOOK AMOHL DOW
Rooft aw im
JOHN D. SKILES,
NO. :21 EAST RINt; STE E ET,
SPIZINf; AND SVNINI ER DR V 6001)-;
LADIES' I)1 ESS (.()ODs
400 pA.cA LICOES from 9 to per ya
A Ilse assortment of SQUA RE StlA VV7,s of
All the Beat and Popular Makes
FRENCH, ENGI,IsH & AMERICAN
Which we will make up to order at short notice,
best style, low prices.
A large assortment of our own Manufacture for
QyO ps. BRUSSELS THREE—PLY,
INGRAIN, RAG AND HEMP CARPETS,
OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS, RUGS, ,tc
A fine assortment. of Window :Mattes at very
Low Pricee. (my7-ly
HAGER & BROS.
Have now open a full stock of Goods fop Spring
sales, which will be tound complete
in every department, and wilt
be sold at
A choice selection of
FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN,
In new styles of Silk, Poplittetts, Poplins, Mo.
hairs, Dela!nes, Peresls anti Chintzes.
ENGLISH & GERMAN HOSIERY,
JUOLA & EMPRESS lUD GLOVES,
THOMPSON'S CORSETS & SKIRTS.
Black Bombazine, Tamiese, Poplins, DeMines,
Alpacas, in all qualities, or LUPIN'S Manu
facture. Black Thibet, Long and Square
Shawls, English and French Crapes and
HOUSE FURNISHING LINENS & COTTONS,
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS
English Brussels, Crossley's Tapestry Brussels,
Lowell d Hartford Three-Ply and Veiled tan,
Wool Dutch, Hemp and List Carpets.
Floor Oil Cloths--all widths.
COCOA AND CHINA MATTINGS.`
25 PACKAGES, PLAIN AND EMBOSSED
ENGLISH GRANITE WARE,
Of Superior Quality.
PITTSBURG AND BOSTON GLASSWARE AT
WALL PAPERS I 1 WALL PAPERS
PLAIN AND DECORATIVE.
20,000 Pieces, new styles for Spring sales,
the largest assortment ever offered in
HOLLANDS AND FIXTURES.
aii/-We invite an examination.
HAGER & BROTHERS
CLOTHS , C . kSSIAIERES &c.
We have now open a laq 0 and eholeektielee
tion of flue and medium FOHNIGN AND DO-
COATINGS, CLOTHS, & MELTONS,
In new Shades of Blue, Dahlia, Olive, Green,
Plum and Brown.
BLACK CLOTHS AND DOESKINS, from the
lowest to fittest qualities.
LiPpIT, E, HARRIS, BROADDROOK, SE
GRAVES, BLACKINGTON, MIDDLESEX, and
other best makes
In 84 and 3-4 widths, with and without side
bands, in all the new styles and colors suited to
.MEN AND BOYS' WEAR.
CU/THING MADE TO ORDER by eaneri•
enoed Cutters, and satisfaction guaranteed.
A full stock of our own manufactured
READY MADE CLOTHING,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS or eveir Ie
script lon. *irPIIIcEi LOW.
ap2-tf] HAGER a BROTHERS.
-AT TIT E
BEE HIVE STORE,
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, CARPETS,
OIL CLOTHS, WINDOW SHADES,
GLASS AND QUEENSWARE,
LADIES , DRESS GOODS,
ALL THR NOVELTIES OF THE SEASON,
KID GLOVES, CORSETS,
PRICES CHEAP AS EVER.
BEST CALICOES IN THE MARKET FOR
Stan of the Bee Hive,
ap9-Iyl No. 5 East King-st., Lancaster, Pa.
JACOB HARNISH, IC 8. H ARNISH, JOHN L. MILLER
lIARNISH & CO'S
No. 37 WEST KING -ST., L &NC ASTER, PA.,
Dealers in Foreign and Domestic
GLASS AND QUEENSWARE,
Cloths, Cassiuseres, Sattinetta, Jeans, Tweeds
Lindseys, Flannels, Tickings, Chinks, Plaids,
Alpaccas, Dress Goods, Calicoes,
Muslins and Drills,
White Goods, Notions, at No. 1 Feathers,
Made up at astonishing Low Prices.
sa- Ca II and examine our stook before put.
chasing elsewhere, f febl24lo-ly
AT HIS NEW sTURE,
ffas itUit (11)l UO4l
-( II' -
Ever ()tiered to tlu
ITIZN:Ns LANcA , T PI
Of every description
A fine assortilient of
MFN AND BOY'S WHAR
AT LOW PRICES
WALL PAPERS !
lla4 refitored good old time.
PRICES AS LOW
FOR GREENBACKS AS GOLD
MEN AND BOYS , WEAR,
ERI ES, FRITS,
FOU TILE IfOLIDAY
LAtE SEEDLEsS AND VA LEN( IA RAISIN
CHOICE GREEN TEA,
CHOICE BLACK TEA.
EU'), LAGUYICI. AND JAVA COFFEES,
SUGARS~ AND SYRUPS
A VARIETY OF CONFECTIONS,
GLASS A 111) Q UEENS WARE.
LAMP GOODS OF' EVERY DESCRIPTION.
All the above of the best quality and cheaper
than the cheapest. At _ . _
D. S. &d. 8. BURSKIS,
nov '2O-Iyr] No. 18 East Mug street, Lane
ZAHM 4% JACKSON,
WA 7'6'llES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
AND SIUVRR-PLATNI) WARE,
SPECTACLES AND FANCY GOODS,
No. 1•; NORTH QUEEN STREET,
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, which
are sold upon the most reasonable terms, and
guaranteed to give satisfaction.
Keeps also on band a good assortment of
(Jail and examine the goods before purchasing
Thankful for past favors, I solicit a continu
arms of the same. HENRY F. ANDREWS,
Jan 1-6m*l : , trasbrirg, Lancaster co., Pa.
LANCASTER, June 25th, la6B.
EDITORS EXPRESS: Dr. Wm. M. 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 some of the most valuable and ex
pansive instruments used in dental practice,
and has beyond doubt one of the best and lar
vet collections of teeth and instruments in the
State. Persons visiting the commodious offices
of Dr. Whiteside, cannot tail to be fully accom
modated. Thu Doctor loses no opportanity of
furnishing himself with every late scientific
improvement in his line of business.
. . .
VET M. WIIITESIDE
OFFICE AND , RESIDENCE,
EAST KING STREET,
Next door to the Court House, over Fxthues
tock'i Dry G 00,14
I, ANI: A S T I? , PE N N
Teeth Ea./rooted o..ith6ot paid, by the ose of
(Nitrous Oxide) Gas.
Coal, Lumber, tte.
EHLER, BRENEMAN & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
COAL, OF THE BEST QUALITY.
YARD—CUR. WATER ST. AND PA. R. R.
Orrice—NO. 2 EAST ORANGE ST.,
LANCASTER PA. [dcc 18-1 y
B. R. MARTIN, HERBERT THOMAS, JOHN R. MASON.
FEET OF DRY LUMBER.
MARTIN, THOMAS & CO.,
COLUMBIA, LANCASTER CO., PA.,
At LOCK HAVEN, CLINTON COUNTY, PA.,
LUMBER DEAL ERS•
WHITE PINE, HEMLOCK,
POPLAR, WALNUT, ASH,
mbl2-1y) BOX BOARDS, au., &c.
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deo 1841 in I Lancaster, Pa.
_Furnishing Goods, &e.
UNDERCLOTHING, STOCKINGS, GLOVES,
COLLARS, CUFFS, SLNEVE BUTTONS,
aL cant's ware generally, at
ico.i pi NORTH QUEEN ST., Lancaster.
♦nt veer (ma grosser . ;htoek goon s--euttable
for Krishdogs, h et-Yoltra tin onitery Presente—
Hola-Dither, Schnup-Dicher, Collars Item
errant IC , nep,g'shtickfe Hemmer-fronts Pocket
Bloher, Perfumery, Holir-Gail, Cigar Casa, un
onnery fancy articles one
P. .1. EITISMAN'S,
41 1 4 North Queen Street, Lancaster.
(Om sign fun) gross Shtreatleh Hem.) [rnr9o.ly
MYKRS Akr FON,
MYERS & RATHFON keep the largest
READ Y- AI ADE C T H G,
All our own manufacture. We guarantee the
goods as represented or money refunded. We
have just returned from the east witha full and
complete stock of
cLoTits, TRICOTs, l'1(t 1 ' i:s AND C OATTNGB,
CASSIMERK!; in great varieties. which we
are prepared to make up to order in the best
style and the shortest notice, and at the very
lowest Cash Price. Our stock of
GENTLEMEN'S FI'IZNISIIINO 'MODS is ftlll.
/4 Thankful for past patronage We hope by
selling goods low to merit a continuance or
MYE•It' a HATIIFON,
Southeast. Corner of Ventre Square,
tpl6-Iy] Lancaster, Penn'a
BEAU MONDE HALL!
543 PENN SQUARE, 543
notiO t t 1
H. B. PARRY
MARSHALL & SON'S
BOOT AND SHOE , STORE,
CENTRE SQUARE, LANCASTER, PA.
ANOTHER FRESH ARRIVAL—GIv a Us ACALL.
The only place for good and substantial work
Where can be seen the lacy_ eat anti beat nasort
meta of Men's unit 803',.
BOOTS AND SHOES
ever brought to this city. Ladies', Misses' and
Children's plain and fancy Shoes, Bs'morale
and Buttoned Gaiters.
Sir Also, RUBBERS OF EVERY KIND, vatic!'
we invite you to call awl examine; feeling con.
thient that we can e a rrant all to
REINHOLD & STUBlis
No. 1041 North Queen St., 4 Square above
the IL 11. Depot.
BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS.
have Just arrived from lhecitywith a large arnL
elegant stock of Boots and Shoes, Gaiters.
etc., superior to any ever before hi/ought to
this market, which are offered at the fol
lowing astonishing low prices :
Men s Calf Boots V.OO to $7.00
" Box-toe Congress Gaiters.... 3.00 to 4.00
" Congress Gaiters 2.30 to 3.00
" Balmorals 2.00 to 3.00
" Lasting Congress tatters 3.00 to 575
" Oxford Tie 2.75 to :1.50
Boys' Gaiters 2.00 to 3.00
" Calf Balmoral,. 1.50 to 2.00
Youths Calf Balmorals 1.25 to 1.73
Ladies high-polish Lasting Gaiters. 2.50d0 3.25
" Lasting Balmorals 1.25 to 1.73
" Lasting Congress Gaiters__ 1.50 to 2.00
tine Glove Kid Button Boot.. :1.25 to 4.00
" Glove Kid Polish 800 t... -2.30 to 3.25
" Morocco Button 800 t.... 2.23 to 3.00
" Gout Balmoral 2.00 to 2.50
" " Turkey Morocco Button. 3.00 to 3.75
" " Kid Heel 1.23 to Lin
" Goat Slippers 1.00 to I.:0
Misses Goat high-polish 1.73 to 2.30
" Lasting high-polish 2.00 to 2.25
Children's shoes of all kinds 50 to 1.50
Jtair An inspection of the stock is solicited.
Alliir•Our work Is all warranted.
!?All kinds of custom work manufactured
in the very best style at , hort notice, at the
lowest cash prices ,
SUP 6 MA SCHOOI, BOOKS
AT FULTON HOW,
WEST KIN 6 STREET.
All the ?West helps for Superintendents, Teach
-0114 and Bible Students, new charts with Ob
ject Lessons, a new System of Rewards, mak
ing every Scholar a worker in the interest of
sUNDAY :Ursa: BOOKS,
LA.S BoOKs, &Lc
Common School & Miscellaneous Books,
STATIONERY AND FANCY GOODS.
IDTCIICOCK , s
HALF DIME SHEET MUSIC,
BIBLES ANI► TESTABENTs.
Vl' PHILADELPHIA WHOLESALE PRICES
ar.Catl find see for yourselves.
my 14411 I). S. BARN.
REM O V A L
BOOKS and STATIONERY,
FOUR PCX)RS NORTH OF ORANGE-STRRRT
ap9-tf] LANCASTER, P 4.
Everybody Buys their Clothing
AND nAVEN NIONEI
MEN, YOUTHS AND Buys,
in all colors
VESTINGS, &c., &c.,
A f -,t ,
LEVI G. ( oLEMAN, Cutter
14:C 1i &
Boots and Shoes.
MA IZ S II A S ,
REINHOLD & r•TUBBA
Books and .hstotiosiery.
J.. H. ,‘;111.,',11'.F.E
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONKR,
Hai removed lr,v In rge stock
NO. 62 NORTH QUEEN STRRKT
Opposite Shober's Hotel,