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BREW FUM SCH • A Al :4'.
SCHLIFFLETOWN, MUy dtr 1569.
MISTER FODDER ABRAHAM:
Ich bin widder amohl gebottert. Om
negshta Somslulog is de leckshun for dele
(*ales for uf de convention kucka for a
kondidawt uf nemma for Gutferneer, un
ich weas net recht for welly dos ich votes
set. Geshter bob ieli a breefly grickt fum
George dort in der shtadt, un ter hut mer
tsu fershiea gevva dos mer gea set for sel
ler Shmidt wu als Shreef war doh de yohr,
un aw for seller printer dort in der shtadt
wu sell gross house gebaut hut. Wann
yusht selly tswe nei kumina donn is der
George g'satisfied, secht er. Awer der
Sam. Winkeleisa behawpt (los wann mer
selly nei leckta, dent evva der George
yusht du mit eana we er wet, un dos mer
yusht so goot for ean.selwer geat, for donn
war mer anyhow net betrohya. Noch
dem dos mer a weil g'shwetzt hen der
weaya hen mer amohl de Bevvy g'froked
WS se denkt derfu, un se war aw so hol
wer uf der notion dos iner besser acht gebt
dos mer rich gor net foola lust bei dem
Cheef Duck, for, secht se, ferlust eich
druf, waun der selly geanet wu ter
hawa will, donn sin'd er ferkawft. Tsn
letsht sin mer tsu der conclusion kumma
nei tsu gea for de sex tershte nawma we
se gepublish , d sin in cier Tseitung, for
selly considera mer Booty menner. For
instance, so leit we der Franklin, der
Kauffman, der Kinzer—for ich keno se
goot—un seller Rutter dort iu der shtadt,
under Sharrick, under honest alt John
Strohm, sin menner fern rechta shtamp,
un lussa sich net ferkawfa. Sell is any
how my ticket.
Es Beat yetz nimmy long bis mer wil
der amohl de eampain shtarta. Ich bin a
Geary mono, provided der Geary wterduf
genumma. Warm net, dorm gea ichevva
for der onner wit se ufs ticket dune. Meer
machts net feel ous won se nemma, un de
Bevvy gebt aw nix drum, provided es is
caner of den mer sich aw ferlussa konn
ols an sounder Republican.
Om letshta Somshdog hen de demokrata
wilder amohl so a meeting g'holta ens
Kitzelderfers. About tswea uhr nummi
dogs bin ich selwer onna gouga yusht for
seana war all dort war, un awer es war
so about der same alt crowd—der alt
Dinkop, der Sensawetzer, der Shquire
I.awbuck un do kwrls wu immer of hond
sin wann als getrect wierkl. I)er Lawbuck
war President fun der meeting, un seller
dick-beanieh lawyer fun der shtadt rouse
war aw dort un hut a speech g•macht un
about a holb dutzend mold getreet. Er
but eana grawd rouse g'sawt dos der cant
sich monn dos an guter run macha konn
tor Gufferneer is der Ike Ireesliter fun Len
keshter wu a guldeny brill drawgt un plen
ty geld hut, un aw nix drum gebt was es
kusht for de treets. Sell hut awer de kterls
g'fetehd. Satisfy de Schlitiletowner
yusht dos an kondidawt nei gent for plenty
olter Afonnygalical whisky, un be
bound dos se aw all nei geana for can.
De meeting is anyhow tsu der conclusion
kumma delegates tsu leckta de nei Bean
for der Ileeshter, un es dent mich now aw
gor net wunnera wann se seller ufuenuna
Beata. Uf course, se lien aw onnery kon
didawta for sell emtiy. Dort is caner
Packer wu druvva, in Mauch Chunk
woont. Seller hut feel freind g'hot doh in
Schliftletown, bis se ous glfunna hen dos
er doh for tswea yohr tsurick fad hunnert
*lausand dahler gevva hut for cans fun
derma colletcha baua dort in sellam Bet
tlehem shteddle uf der onner side's Bitters
Wwrtshouse in Lechaw county, ua donn
"hen se can gedropt we an heasy grumbeer,
for sc behawpta dos de collectha yusht so
ferdeivelty neshter sin for black Republi
cans ous tau breea, un ertnicher monn dter
nei geat for so inshdidusheus is net besser
dos an frei shool 'noun odder an kterricha
shtrawweller. Anyhow, mit so demo
krata wella se nix tsu du hawa. Un noch
eans fun earn kondidawta is an monn in
Pittsborrick—Cass heart er— seller hut aw
geld genunk, awer ter is cans fun derma
hawpt Rail Roaders; un uf Belly konn
mer Bich aw net entirely ferlussa for true
blue demokratishe principles. Treata,
sawya se, dut er gor net, except yusht so
unnich de big bugs, un mit shampain wu
se drivva in Jarsey macha, un sell suit de
Sehliffletowner aw net, for BC gaps nei
for's real shtuft—tsean cent der drunk—
regular hardware-whisky dos krotzt wann
er der hols nuuner geat, un aw der demo
kratish geisht in de kterls uf weckt. Un
nosh cans, seller Cass, mit scina Rail
Madera, sawga se, chit dee party feel
ehawda, for ivverall wu Rail Roads,
shteam Ingines un telegraff poles sin, dont
geana de demokrata, obdorthinnersich.
Un noch a kondidawt wti de nominea
shun hawa will is caner McCandless fun
Filldelfy. Seller suit se aw net, Mr er
war an General inn greek un hut uf der
Union side g'fochta geaya denna demo
krata earn breeder drunna in Ferg,inny un
in Gettisborrick dort uf der onner side der
Kodorus in Yorrick county. We or is om
treeta, wissa se net. A deal meana or
\vier all right of sellam point, awer des
fechta uf der letza side kenna, se eam net
fergevva. Anyhow, se sin determined an
neier kondidowt rouse tsu bringa, under
Ike lleesliter meana se, dent se exactly
suita, for we er noch an wig war in Len
keshter county war er shun so holwer uf
der miner side, un is tswea dausand bin
nich semi ticket geblivva we er's :ersht
mold gerunt is for Kongress, uns tswet
mohl is er gons gebutta warm, un (101111
hut er sic!' fulshter gedrayd, un hut sid
der aw shun ma monnicha dorsliticher
demokrat sei wisky betzahlt.
De meeting but awer net long gedauert.
Om drei uhr war's ferbci, un donn, uf
course is der crowd amohl in de bar
shtub, un ea mohl noch em onner hut
seller lawyer fun der Shtadt rouse ols de
treets g'shtand. About tier uhr is es
awer interesting warm. Es hut mich
ordlich shtorrick erinnert uf olty tseita,
we ich selwer noch an unreconshtructer
demokrata war. De gons party is
uf course g'suffa warm, under
Joe Biffiekup under Bill Shnecka
fonger sin ous fun weaya
drei faertle dahler wu der Shneckafonger
g'leant hut fun Biffiekup we se om korta
shpeela warn doh fergonga. Per Billie
kup huts earn g'fuddert, under Shnocka
fonger hut de shuld ferleayent; don huts
brese wartagevva—" bisht an ligner" sogt
caner, "bisht noch eaner" secht der
onner, "hens mich ken ligner" secht
caner, "du bisht an ligner" sogt tier
onner, "un ich konn dieh k'noatcha in
wennicher dos drei minnutta;" "proweers
amohl Becht der Shneckafonger," un
"doh bin ich reddy for dich" secht der
Biffiekup. Donn awer dut amohl der
Shneckafonger Bei ruck ons un hut in de
feisht g'shlawga un sogt, "now awer
amolly bei de rushtus krushtus yusht
kum aw, du meener un ferlogener rascal
du—yusht kum aw," un we er sell g'sawt
hut is der Biffiekup uf under ruck ous un
in de bend g'shpaut un greisht " now
luss mich amohl on can—yusht luss mich
gea for ich kon earn ad brod-kormp ous
leara in wennicher das ea minnut." Awer
der [ions crowd is nei g'mixed un bis es
all ferbei war hut evva loch nemond
glochta—es war alles wind un wisky.
Der lawyer fun der shtadt rouse hut dorm
aw nochamohl getreat, un tsuletsht war
de meeting entirely ons g'shpeelt. A
dehl sin heam, un about a holb dutzend
hen sich onna geleagt uf de porch un uf
de benk un awfonkra eara loads ob tsu
shloafit. Donn bin ich aw heam un hob
der Bevvy g'snwt dos in all mein dog un
des leawes wet ich nix mea tsu du hawa
mit demokratishe tick-tacks ons Kitzel
derfers. Yah, Becht de Bevvy, es but aw
shlechty leit in der Republican party—
soddiche wu unearlich sin, un aw kterls
de ols uf der Semly hucka un shteala,
awer selly gebt vier de walking papers
warm se proweera widder uf de dickets
tsu kumma. Awer se meaya so meen un
so shlecht sei dos se wella, se sin evva
dock noch gentleleit wonn mer se com
pared mit dent Kitzelderfers crowd fun
Der klea Abey is ivver ous g'sund, un
wort we an yunger slianghigh. Er but
awer doch nocli ordlich severer domicil
foil, awer de Olt Solaklupperissy- sort sell
war yusht fum tsawna. Er koun aw
shun olleanich of em budda liucka, un es
dent mich gor net wunnera wanner
awfonga dent tsu rutelut in a paar woeha.
GETTING ON IN THE WORLD.
There are many different ways of get
ting on in the world; it does not always
mean making a great deal of money, or
being a great man for the people to look
up to with wonder. Leaving off a bad
habit for a good one is getting on the
world; to be careful and saving instead of
thoughtless and wasteful is getting on; to
be active and industrious instead of idle
and lazy is getting on; to be kind and for
bearing instead of ill-natured and quarrel
some is getting on; to work as diligently
in the master's absence as in his presence
is getting on; in short, when we see any
one properly attending to his duties, per
severing through such difficulties to gain
such knowledge as shall be of use to him
self and others, and offering a good
example to his relatives and acquaintances,
we may be sure that is getting on in the
world. Money is a very useful article in
its way, but it is possible to get on with
small means, for it is a mistake to sup
pose that we must wait for a good deal of
money before we can do anything. Per
severance is often better than a full purse.
There are more helps toward getting on
than is commonly supposed; many people
lag bbinl w miss the way altogether,
becaus th. y d 3 not see the abundant and
simple mean which surround them at all
sides, anl s) it happens that there are
aids whic% cannot be bought with money.
Those who wish to get on in the world
must hav3 a stock cf patience, of hopeful
confidence, a willingness to learn, and a
disposit ion nit easily cast down by diffi
culties an I disappointments.
ROMANCE IN REAL LIFE.
An lowa paper of a recent date gives the
particulars of a romantic story which
borders somewhat on the marvellous.
Years ago a Pennsylvania farmer loved
and married a charming young girl that
lived near him. After the marriage time
passed on, and soon the farmer contracted
a taste for liquor, which frequently got
the best of him. His wife remonstrated
with him, which on one occasion ended
by the husbandetabbing her with a butch
er knife. He left precipitately, supposing
that he had killed 'her, and hid himself in
the west, where in a few years he became
a prosperous and wealthy merchant. The
wife in the meantime recovered, and after
living alone for five years, married again.
Her husband, however, died at the expira
tion of a year, and she also went to the
west. Then the incredible part of the
story appeared. The parties met again
after their long separation, and became
acquainted, but neither recognized the
other. An engagement was entered into,
resulting in marriage; and, upon the wife
disrobing in the evening, he noticed the
scar made by his hand years ago o ' and
suddenly recognized here/ hilt Id* of
mer years. Here is a chance for
THE SECRET LET OUT.
The lodge of I. 0. 0. F., at M— de
termined to have their lodge room ;lone
up clean and nice,
and it was resolved
unanimously that Mrs. K— should be
hired to do the job.
After the lodge adjourned, the guardian,
who knew the inquisitive character of
Mrs. K—, procured a billy-goat and
placed him a closet. lle then informed
the lady of the wishes of the lodge, and
said he wished her to come early next
morning, as he then would he at leisure
to show her what was and what was not
to be done. Morning came, and brought
with it Mrs. K—, with her broom,
brushes, pails, tubs. &c., prepared and
armed for the job, and the guardian wait
ing for her arrival.
Now, madam," said he, I'll tell you
what we want done, and how we came to
employ you. The brothers said it was
difficult to get any one to do the job who
wouldn't meddle with the secrets in that
little closet (pointing to the goat's prison.)
We have lost the key and can't find it to
lock the door. I assured them that ycu
could be depended on."
"Depended onl" said she, " I guess I
can. My poor dead and gone husband
who belonged to the Free and Anti-Masons
used to tell me all the secrets of the con
cern, and showed me the marks the grid
iron made when he was venitiated, and
told nip how they fixed poor Morgan, and
I have never told a living soul to this day.
If nobody troubles your closet to find out
secrets till I do, they will lay there till
they rot—so they will."
" I thought so," answered the guar
dian; "and now I want you to commence
in that corner and give the room a decent
cleaning, and I have pledged my word and
honor for the fidelity of your promise; so
don't go into the closet, and all will be
well," and he left the lady to herself.
No sooner had she heard the sound of
his foot on the last step of the stalls than
" Don't go into that closet! war
rant there's a pesky gridiron or two, or
some other nonsense in there—just like
the Anti-Masons fbr all the world, 1 , 11 be
bound. see, any way! I can take a
little peep, and nobody will be any wiser. I
I guess can keep a secret." ,
Suiting the action to the word, (think
ing all the while what a glorious secret
she would have to tell Mollie Trump, her
next door neighbor,) She stepped lightly
and cautiously to the door, peeped mys
teriously about, to see if any one could see
her, and then quickly opened the door.
What was her horror to see coming front
a far corner of the room, after having ut
tered a most unearthly shriek, a living,
actual, bona fide billy-goat, with a perfect
torrent of wrath flashing out of his eyes.
Making a tremendous rush for his liberty,-
he reached the threshold of his prison al
most by the time the old lady had suffi
ciently recovered to screech "murder' ,
and "fire , ' without getting choked, and
came mar upsetting the dame at the door.
Both made a rush for the head of the
stairs, but the door was full of imple
ments for house cleaning, kind all were
swept clear from their position down to
the hcttcm of the steps.
The cols: and confusion occasioned by
such rnceicmonious coming down stairs,
drew Ealf tie town to witasss Mrs. K.'s
eforte to get from the pile of palls, tubs,
brooms and brushes into the street.
Who ehiA-id be the firs t, to tha , spot but
the rascally guardian, wßo,itillet rolealing
the goat, wlich was crippled for life, and
uplifting the rubbish that bound the good
woman to the earth, anxiously inquired if
she had been taking the degrees.
" Takin' the degreeel" exclaimed the
now irate lady, " you fetch-taked liii,teful,
you! If you call tumbling front,t,p, to
bottom of the stairs, and Kin , isWea to
death, takin' things by degrees, ivby I
have them. And it you frighten and Itukt
other folks as you have me, I'll warrant
they'll make as much noise ass I did, gnd
"I hope you did not open the. i ,
madam?" said the guardian. '.. .
" Open the closet! Didn't Eve eat e
apple when she was told not to? If ou
want a woman to do anything, tell er
not to, and she'll do it for certain. I
couldn't see anything through the key
hole, and I wanted to know what was in
that closet, so I opened the door, and the
tarnal critter popped right out at me. 1
thought I was a goner, and started for the
stairs, with Satan butting me at every
jump. I fell over the tub, and got down
stairs all in a heap—ugh I that eereechin',
" But, madam," said the guardian;
"as you are in possession of the great
secret of the Order, you must now go back
and be initiated in the regular way."
"Regular way!" exclaimed she; "and
do you:suppose I am going in that tarnal
HON. HENRY D. MOORE,
Collector of the Port of Philadelphia.
After being released on parole, he im
mediately returned and interred the
charred remains of his own parents, as
well as the body of Mr. K. Taking a
solemn and fearful oath of vengeance, and
accompanied by Sue, who was now with
out home or friends in this wide world, he
started f;)r a neighboring camp of bush
whackers or guerillas, where he was re
ceived with open arms, and was soon pro
moted to the office of commander of the
force, while Sue, disguised and passing by
the name of " Kit"—an abbreviation of
Kiterathre—proved invaluable as a spy, a
fearless rider, and of undoubted bravery.
Kit, after serving nearly two years as a
spy and general planner fbr the band,
found her health failing. Disguised and
armed with the highest testimonials, she
succeeded in securing a position on the
stiff of Gen. Claiborne, the hardest light
ing Irishman in the rebel army.
This position she held, doing her duty
like a man, until the battle of Atlanta,
July 12, 18(54, in which Pat. Claiborne was
killed. Returning to her youthful hero
and his band, she again revelled in the
carnival of blood, and though her evil
spirit was willing, the flesh was weak, and
Kit was again transferred to duty at An
dersonville. Prisoners who have shared
the hospitality of that celebrated camp,
will perhaps remember a short, stout, and
muscular young lieutenant, with flashing
black eyes, a face smooth as a maiden's,
and cruel as though a fiend incarnate
lurked within. This was Sue Kiteradge,
the amiable young boarding school miss,
the cheerful companion, the once wealthy
heiress, the beautiful maiden and the firm
friend of young Mundy, whose life to her
was dearer than her own. Sue Mundy
and a part of his bead were captured and
tried by a court martial. Kit was present
during es nn
u t e
e wholetrial, o f o
a a y n tidi e
u h a e u r g u r
n e s o t - y
was convicted and hung at Louisville,
Ky., in March, 11365. The flowing hair
still hung about his shoulders, and when
his youthful corpse was taken down and
laid away, in his narrow bed, the bleeding
and broken heart of Sue Kiteradge was
furled with it; and now, a wanderer on
the thee of the earth, homeless and friend
less, she lives without hope of heaven or
mercy, forsaken and dishonored, and cast
—lt is beauty's privilege to kill time,
and time's privilege to kill beauty.
—" Ma, has Aunty Jane got bees in her
mouth?" "No, meson, why do you ask
sueh a question?" "Because I heard Mr.
Briggs tell her that he would take the
honey from her lips and he was so long
about it I wondered he didn't get stung."
—A crops old bachelor says: "The
vthy women do not out themselves
in two by tight lacing, is because they
lace around the heart, and that is so hard
they cannot affect it."
place agin, and ride that critter without
bridle or saddle! No, sir! never! I don't
want nothing to do with the man who
rides it, nuther. I'd look nice on a billy
goat, wouldn't 1, now? No, sir! I'll
never go nigh it again, nor into your hall,
nuther; and if I can help it, no lady shall
never join the Oddfellers. Why, I should
rather join the Free Masons, and be fried
on a gridiron as long as tire could be kept
under it, and be pulled from the garret to
the cellar with a halter round my neck,
just as my poor dead and gone husband
was, for he lived over it; but I never
could outlive another ride as I took to-day.
You, don't ketch me back in there."
SUE MUNDY--CAREER OF A FEMALE
Nearly every pleasant day pedestrians
on our principal avenues pass a dark
eyed brunette, of medium size, a plump
figure, and richly dressed. In the early
spring of 1561 Sue Kiteradge, a lovely
just returned from boarding school,
lived upon her father's plantation in one
of the rural districts of Kentucky. that
hung in a balance, uncertain whether to
risk her fate with the new " Confederacy"
or hang back. Sue was 17, a frequent
visitor at the adjoining plantation of Mr.
Mundy, an old gentleman whose wife and
son, a young man, composed a happy
One day a company of Union cavalry
rode down upon the place, plundered the
premises, carried off the valuables, burned
the residence, and finally slaughtered the
parents, who were defending their own
firesides, laying waste the country in their
track, and leaving young Mundy and Sue
orphans indeed. Young Munday was at
last aroused, and while being carried of a
prisoner no words escaped his lips but
"Sue." When asked his name he repeat
ed "Sue," probably the effects off a dis
ordered brain. His linen being examined,
the indelible name of "Mundy" was found,
and ever after he was known as "Sue
Mundy," the constant terror of Union
citizens and soldiers in that section.
OUR NEW OFFICE.
i To sub.tantilvto the merit so universally Ile
WHEELER & WILSON'S
and at the same time to justify onr claims to
the favor of the citizens of Lancaster County,
we will present to their attention a few strong
First—We assert (=deniably; that
THE ONLY GOLD MEDAL
awarded at the Paris Exposition for Sewing
Machines for family purposes, Was
awarded to tee
after a fair trial before competent jtulges, (ap
pointed by the Emperor Napoleon,) whose
duty it was to deal impartially in the perfor
mance of their commission :
CRAMP-DR-MARS, 6th July 1867. 5
Mr. R. Lhanting, 1M Rege nt
your Rtreet, London.
DEAR SIR I—Rein to I beg
leave to state, tha pl
t y the g
ONLY GOLD MEDAL
for the manufacture and perfection of sewing
Machines, was awarded to Messrs. WHERLen &
WlLaos, of New York.
Yours Respectfully, -
HENRY F. Q. D'ALIGNY,
Member of the International Jury
and Reporter of the same.
DI.PARTMICNT Or gl`%T'lt t
Washington, May, 1868.
To Wheeler &Wilson, of New York.
SIRS I—The Department has received one Gold
Medal, awarded - to your firm for Sewing Ma
chines, at the Paris Universal liniasition, of
1867. WM. R. SZWARD,
Secretary of &ate.
Second—We assert to the positive sale of the
LARGe.fr._T XUMBEJ: OF
FOR FAMILY USE
OF ANY 11ANUFfi.CTIOR1NG COMPANY
IN TUE COIINTRY,
1. FAMILY SEW'NG MACHINE,
and as such, it has, in defiance ofall 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 & 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
CHINR, complete, (with no single extra at
tachments to buy after purchasing,) the best 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 sales of the different
companies, and where do they eta nd I Far be
hind the Wheeler & Wilson Co., who make the
Family Sewing Machine a speciality. The
Company's manufacturing precede es at Bridfre
port, Conn„ occupy a space oft acres, enclosing
an entire quadrangle, with a front on the N. Y.
& N. H. Railroad side of a quarter of a mile lees
15 feet, ttlled with costly muthluery.
Capital Erna .
Men Employed, I,OOC.
Number in lisp,... wt tYrt
In excess of ate v other, 1%,000 ttACKVO.,.
In oth& woitle ; tlus 11 Lulafiscforybilish4athi
the industrial world the effective ti:MA Of I,Tr:,.
000 eeamstressa•, t nd is swelling that immem ,
number byad I g t l atle per day. '
It has ever eonquered British Pre;Odic°
Charles Dickey himself has Made it the sub•
Sect of a tnely turned article In "Or :5* a Week,”
and the Lend e: Times, in an exhaustive two
column and a II: If editorial, covering the whole
subject of Sew wit Kaohines o awardstho highest
merits of praise to the Wilt BLEB is WILSON,
as the on best aulculated for bpoophold work.
It is on thti minden of labor-sa*itg in 1 , 12
parts of the world, London, 14, Plotersher?.
Madrid, Constantinople, Calcutta, Cape Town,
kc. Its artute or" grolywl,cie thr4,r.041.4 hla h
halnptide 8I f t .ithercyor fu:irtio sinsuovni in •
to human appall:J.
We respeetft.r.; claim attention, and ooreit..l.
ly invite theeistsenepfloincesiercnunty tovis-
It our Oboe, inspect tbellfachhae, examine the
samples of the work perforated, and compare
them with others. We willingly Made the re
MACHINEi NOI,D ON LEASH PLAN, AT THE
OUR NSW , OPRICZ
No. 84 North Queen-fit.,
• ATTORNEY AT LAW
Osamu: SOUTH QUEEN ST., second house be
low the " Fountain Inn," Lancaster, Pa.
j B. LIVINGSTON.
• ATTORNEY AT LAIN
Ovricit: No.ll NORTH DU K E ST., west shle,
north of the Court House, Lancaster, l'a.
ATTORIiEY AT LAW.
Oratcs: No. 3 SOUTH DUKE STREET, Lan.
JOHN B. GOOD,
ATToRN EY AT LAW.
()FRICK: N 0.56 EAST KING ST., Lancaster, Pa
j W. JOHNSON,
GC • ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Ovlnca: No 25 sourii QUEEN ST., Lancas
13P. ROSENMILLER, JR.,
U. ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OFFICE: With A. HERR SMITH, Esq., South
Queen St., opposite the office of Father Abra
ham," Lancaster, Pa.
• ATTORNEY AT LAW.
(IEFICE: N 0.3 SOUTH DUKE ST., Lancaster
JOHN P. .REA,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
()epics: With Hon. U.J. DICKEY, N 0.21 SMITH
QUEEN ST., Lancaster, Pa.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OFFICE of the late lion. THADDEUS STEVENS,
No. 26 South Queen St., Lancaster, Pa.
A mos H. MYLIN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OPPICZ: No. 6 SOUTH QUEEN ST., Lancaiter
OFFICE: With General J. W. Franey, NORTH
DUKE ST., Lancaster, Pa.
• ATTORNEY AT LAW
Orrice: No. 19 NOILTII DUKE Street, Lanese
ter, Pa. [dee llit.tyr
• ATTORNEY AT LAW
No. 46 NORTH SIXTH ST., Reading, Pa.
ur • ATTORNEY AND COUNSE.LLER
No. 604 COURT STREET, (opposite the Court
House,) Reading, Pa.
Dry Goods, &e.
LITIZ GEAYA DE WELT!
Tstitwi UN IllaChEll. AHEAD!
DER GROSS NEI SIITORE
READY FOR CUSTOMERAI
Dort gent mer onun for wohlfebl kawfa !
AN NEIER SIITOCK GOODS!
DRY GOODS fun oily sortu ; Queensware un
Hardware ; Oily sorta Dieher: Goods for Mon
eleit un Weibeleit, for Fre-yohr un Summer;
Tsucker, Coffee, Ries, un oily onnery aorta Gro
ceries ; Aliy aorta Hardware for baua ; Paints,
Oehl Varnish on de itidderelity Shtadt prices.
In fact, shier olles WWI iner denka koun is tea
hewn, fryer ous wohifeal ins
TSITUDY UN BRICKER'S
GROSSA NEIA SIITORE!
Besides, an first rater, fuller slitock tau oily
Kleader for Monsleit un Buwa;
Huet for Menner un Buwa,
An first raty shtock, un orris' wolafelil
11 , Mer dela aw in ollerlea 'iners' produce—
BUTTER ()TER" SCHMALTZ sHUNK A ,
SHMOKL-BEEI , , HINKLE, EP
PLE, SHNITZ, 2..c.—kaufa un terlotwfa on reg
ular morriekt prices.
Now is de tseit; maclit etch bei, un judg't
for etch seiwer. Kummt in foor-weasu; kummt
of gen ; kummt mit easle Poore ; kummt of em
railroad ; kummt of velocipedes, odder kummt
teu fool. Mer sin gor net pert icular—yusht so
dos der kummt for wohlfeala un first raty
goods, un bringt sir greenback's mit. Mind
der reebt platz is ons
TSHUDY UN BRICKER'S
GRCSSA NEIA SHTORE,
If] 1m Go•AHRAD SitTie.DDLE, pt LITIZ
Pit. ish es, &e.
AU&. REINOEIIL. JAC. RIiINOEIIL, JR.
A &J. REINOEIIL,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS
COPAL, WHITE, COFFIN, BEACH AND
VAI?NiAS If E
I.IN' , EED OIL,
NO. 109 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
(In the Keystone Building,)
Also, 'Mahogany Boards, Veneers and
Mouldings of different sizes and pat
terns. All kinds of Turning, such
as Bed Posts, Table Legs,,
Spokes, Hubs, Felines,
&c,, Ste. v &c.
Aleo, AXLES, SPRINGS, &c. [Jan illyr
THE HOWE SEWING MACHINE!
THE MACHINE. FOR THE PEOPUB
The Most Popular Machine Now gold
Qualities that recommend it :
let. Riastic Lock Stitch, alike on both sides.
2d. Complete Control over both threads.
3d. A non variable tensimi in the shuttle. .
4th. fluid:N.om rotary tension for the upper
NI. A self-regulating take up.
eth. D rawing both threads equally and at the
7th. Sewing with a tighter tension than any
Orb. Using saw kind of thread or silk.
th eth.o hi
Using deer needles for the same thread
an ther Macnes.
10th. tising short, straight and strong needles.
11th. Universal Hemmer, Feller an Corder.
12th.. Widec , renge of work than any Other
Call and see it in operation before pnrebaslng
Ostrics—No. 10 NORTH SIXTH ST., Reading,
. am 3ulool DANIEL H. HERS, Agent.
Furnishing Goods, ay.
UNDERCLOTHING, STOCKINGS, GLOyBB,
COLLARS, CUD" SLTIEVR•BUTTOM,
AA (Oath wave genosalli, at
NORTH QUEEN Btr.,'.4lqgumer.
rer r eh-lre %MA Prisants—
Maher, sChang Dluber, Collars, Rom
fennel Ktnep, g'shtioko Retanier-treata, Pocket
Bieber, Perfnme Rear-G2ll, Cigar Casa, un
misery. *Da one
• R. J. BRlSllitAllee,
**lb *hula ilteit, lausasstr.
( 0 $ Cl/n06> 1 01a1 1 1..nolsi) l oero-1 y