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Handbills, Cards, Bill Heads, Programmes,
Posters, &c., &c., printed in the best style and.
at reasonable rates, at the FATHER ABRA
HAM Job 'Printing Office. Orders by mail
promptly attended to.
ITEMS : A suggestion has been made to sell
the City Water Works. Something ought to
be done to rid the tax-payers of the city of
this drain. A sale would probably be the
The grocery store of D. S. Bursk, in this
city, wad entered by burglars on Wednesday
night of last week. About seven dollars were
taken from the money drawer, while working
at which they were discovered by two watch
men, who rapped at the door and alarmed
them ! The burglars escaped.
Jacob E. Lutz, of East Cocalico twp., this
County, has received a patent for an improve
ment in horse powers.
Jacob L. Kreider, of Chestnut Level, this
county, has received a patent for improved
appliance to hames and means of hitching
horses to vehicles.
Lieut. T. M. Fisher, of the 23d U. S. infan
try, son of Gen. J. W. Fisher, arrived in Co
lumbia, on Monday of last week, with his
wife, direct from Oregon. He made the trip
on the Pacific railroad, from 1.50 miles east of
Sacramento City, Cal., in seven days.
The number of pupils on the rolls of the
Common Schools of this city, during the
month of May last, was 2,439—the average
Samuel Nunemacher, of Reading, a brake
man on a freight train of the Penu'a railroad,
was instantly killed at Marietta, on Thurs
day last, by falling from the cars, while using
a low break.
A more direct connection is about being
made with the North Central railroad at the
west end of the Columbia bridge, when it is
said the cars will run through between York
and Philadelphia, without change.
The pic-nic excursions to the beautiful Litiz
Spring, have commenced.
The hotel of C. H. Newcomer, at the Lan
disville railroad crossing, was broken into anti
robbed of several articles of value, and a small
sum of money, on Wednesday night of last
A dog at Mount Joy, and one at Springville,
were killed a few days ago, having shown
symptoms of hydrophobia.
George Martin, Esq., ex-Sheriff of this
county, died at his residence, in this city, on
Friday night last, aged 68 years. Mr. Martin
was a widely-known and highly respected
citizen. His health had been bad for some
Buying old bantems for spring chickens is
no joke, as a well-known restaurant keeper
in this city found out on Saturday last. " Feel
of them" next time, John !
A youngster of fifteen, jumped from a top
stringer of the Columbia bridge, into the Sus
quehanna, a distance of 48 feet, a few days
ago, without sustaining any injury. A big
The Presbyterian congregation are making
arrangements to build a Mission Chapel, in
the southern part of this city.
A solicitous parent in this city recently
sent his daughter to a noted oculist to see if
she could be cured of winking at certain male
acquaintances she is wont to meet on the
The small building formerly used by T. &
H. Baumgardner, as an office, on Prince•st.,
near Walnut, was burned by incendiaries
early on Sunday morning last. Nothing of
much value was destroyed.
Mr. George W. Eagle, of Marietta, this
county, has purchased a plantation of 740
acres, near Tallahassee, Florida, at $9 per
acre. The property is well improved, and the
laud is represented to be very fertile.
Horace Lebar, a colored barber, formerly of
this city, was drowned in the river, opposite
Marietta, on Sunday evening. He and two
other colored men had crossed the river in a
boat, and were returning, when the boat cap
sized, anti Lebar was drowned—the other two
were rescued by some men in another boat.
The party had been indulging too freely iu
" tke critter."
We regret to learn that Dr. H. B. Bowman,
of Neffsville, was stricken with paralysis on
Monday last. In consequence of this, he will
not be a candidate for Senator as announced.
A large number of people went out to Man
heim on Monday afternoon, on the free ride
invitation of a lot speculator. The number
of purchasers were few, however, and but
sixteen out of the eighty lots advertised were
sold. We judge it didn't pay the lot dealer.
Manliebn is improving very fast, and the good
people of the ancient borough received the
visitors with marked cordiality and hospitali
ty. The train returned to Lancaster at 6
o'clock in the evening.
The "Columbia Commandery of Knights'
Templar" (whew I what a name,) to the
number of forty or more, under command of
" Eminent Commander" (" long tail our cat's
got") Morton, left Lancaster for Erie on Tues-
day afternoon last, to attend the "Conclave"
at that plaoe.
The Agricultural and Horticultural Society
of Lancaster County, held their regular stated
meeting in this e . iyon lidiundaypo a r n t d s
ling edged soolll. l r , • '
The German • , Zeioraud. Omsk • of . , Con
estoga Centre hasbeearefitted and materially
improved, and was rededicated to the service
of Almighty God on Sunday last, by the
pastor, Rev. Mr. Shenkle.
It occurred to us the other day ou seeing a
biped pass our door—that it is a great loss of
raw material to put five dollars worth of
beaver on ten cents worth of brains.
We heard one of our tradesmen the °tiler
day complaining of dull business. 'Upon in
quiring we found that he did net advertise—
and of course the fact accounted for the want
of milk iu that cocoanut.
Croakers are coming about here again—
predicting the corn crop will be a failure.
When will these froggish fellows learn to
If some of our farmers, instead of devoting
their Yields to the raising of wheat, corn and
potatoes exclusively, would turn their atten
tion to raising onions, tomatoes, cabbages,
and other garden vegetables, they would
realize double the looney they now do. The
prices which these articles have commanded
in our market the past year, ought certainly
to be a sufficient inducement to make the
We are of opinion that a husband can
readily foot the bills of s wife who is not
afraid of being seen footing the stockings of
THE COIIRT: On Wednesday Henry Esh
leman was charged by Sarah Ann Sweigart
wife of David E. Sweigart, of Elizabethtown,
with Tilt and battery with an attempt to
commi a rape. This trial commenced
Tuesday afternoon and continued until Wed-
nesday afternoon when the jury found a ver
dict of not guilty on both charges.
Elijah Pugh, was charged with false pre
tense. This suit was brought by the Inland
Insurance and Deposit Company, more than
a year ago, and was tried last August, but the
jury could not agree and were discharged.
The public are familiar with the details of
the case. It came up again on Wednesday
afternoon and occupied the time of the Court
until about 4 o'clock on Thursday, when it
was submitted to the jury. On Friday morn
ing they came into Court with a verdict of
not guilty—costs divided between the parties.
On Friday morning a verdict of not guilty
was given in the case of George Shreiner, in
dicted for seduction and fornication and bas
tardy with Tillie Gravier, the parties having
settled the matter.
On Saturday morning, John K. Fisher was
tried for Felonious Embezzlement, on com
plaint of Dr. Jacob Long, of this city, a man
ufacturer of " Tonic Bitters." Fisher was 311
agent for the sale of these bitters, and it was
alleged that he was not making true returns,
and was appropriating the money of his em
ployer. The Jury found him guilty, with a
recommendation to mercy.
The Jurors and witnesses were discharged,
there being no other business before the Court.
BURGLARIES : There seems to be a nest of
burglars about Lancaster, and we are glad to
be able to publish that two of the scoundrels
have been caught. On Sunday morning last,
the dwelling of Mr. Abraham L. Lane, in
Manheim township, a few miles from this city,
was entered while the family were at church,
and about ninety dollars in notes and silver
change stolen. A short time afterwards the
house of Israel McCleary, half a mile from
Lane's, was also entered, and some twenty
dollars taken. Two men having been seen
on the Litiz turnpike, pursuit was made by
Mr. Lane and his brother, and the men were
overtaken near the city, and a flight and pur
suit began. A man named Adam Fletterer,
residing in this city, proved to be one of them,
and was overtaken and arrested, after a chase
of about a mile. The other held out longer,
and was chased by Mr. Lane nearly to Wa
bank, where he came up to him, but was too
much exhausted to attempt an arrest, and the
fellow escaped for the time. Fletterer was
taken before the Mayor, admitted the robbery,
and gave the name of his accomplice as John
Boas, also of this city. Nearly fifty dollars
was found on his person. He was committed
for trial. Boas was arrested at Harrisburg,
on Monday last, and lodged iu jail here on
The house of Mr. Levi G. Getz, on the Har
risburg pike, was entered on Sunday night,
or early on Monday morning, but the thief or
thieves were unsuccessful in getting anything
except a couple of overcoats, as Mr. Getz was
wakened by the noise, and the scoundrels
escaped. Mr. Getz had a loaded pistol, but
refrained from tiring, for fear that the intru
der might be one of his family moving around.
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TO THE WORKING CLASS : I am 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. Fifty cents to 3fi 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 oiler:
To all who are not well satisfied with the busi
ness I will send +1 to pay for the trouble of
writing to me. Full particulars, directions, &e.,
sent free. Samples sent by mail for 10 cts. Ad
dress E. C. ALLEN, Augusta, Me. [mhl2-3m
Announcements of candidates for office
tuttsz BE PAID IN ADVANCE. This
re - , We are authorized to announce Capt.
CHARLES DENIES, of Millersville, as 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 Capt.
W. D. STAUFFER, for PROTHONOTABY,
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 OF QUAETER SE•AsIONS
nir We are authorized to announce BEN
JAMIN F. ROWE, of Providence twp., as
a candidate for CLERK OF QUARTER BEs
siolss, subject to the decision of the Republi
can voters at the primary election.
CLERK OF ORPHANS' COURT
C 41 - We are authorized to announce CAP
TAIN JOHN Q. MERCER, late of Badsbury
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.
W - We are authorized to announce Major
A. C. REINOEHL, of Manheim township,
as a candidate for the LEGISLATURE, Sub
ject to the decision of the party it the Re
publican primary elections.
y" We are authorized to announce Capt.
A. GODSHALK, of East Cocalico township,
as a candidate for the LEGISLATURE, sub
ject to the decision of the party at the Repub
lican primary elections.
W We are authorized to announce JACOB
G. PETERS, of Conestoga township, as a
candidate for the LEGISLATURE, subject to
the decision of the Republican voters of Lan
caster county, at the primary election. *
IWe are authorized to announce Dr. E.
B. HERR, of Indiantown District, as a can•
didate for the HOUSE OF REPRESENTA
TIVES, subject to the nomination of the Re
publican people at the primary election. *
Nr We are authorized to announce JESSE
PANNABECKER, of Clay township, as a
candidate for COUNTY TREASURER, subject
to the Republican nomination at the coming
ur 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.
rte" We nre authorized to announce that
WM. ROBERTS, of W. Hempfleld twp., will
bee candidate for COUNTY TREASURER, sub
ject to the decision of the Republican voters
at the ensuing primary elections.
REGISTER OF WILLS
Pr We are authorized 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 OT
WILLS, subject to the decision of the Repub
lican voters at the primary election.
prwe are authorized to announce JA
COB W. BEAR, of Marietta Furnaces, East
Donegal township, as a candidate for REGIs-
TEE, subject to the decision of the Republi
can voters at the primary elections.
1 14rWe are authorized to announce MAR
TIN B. 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. •
We are authorized to announce DR.
WM. M. WHITESIDE, late I. 4 ieuteuant of
Company E, 10th itegiment first times menthe',
service, and Captain of Company I, 79th Re
giment P. V., of Lancaster city, as a candi
date for the offi ce of REGISTER, subject to
the decision of the Union Republican party
at the primary election.
gam' 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
r" We are authorized to announce GEO.
W. COMPTON, of Calmarvon township, as
a candidate for REGISTER, subject to the
rules of the Republican party.
We are authorized to announce JOHN
HILDEBRAND, of Mount Joy, as a candi
date for Sit ERIFP, subject to the decision of
the Republican party, at the primary elec
W" 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
11;;ff" We are authorized to announce JOHN
M. JACOBY, of Clay township, as a candi
date for SHERIFF, subject to the rules of the
i-i' We are authorized to annouuce ISAAC
MISHLER, of Lancaster city, (late of East
Cocalico township,) as a candidate for the
office of SHERIFF, subject to the rules of the
Cl:ifir We are authorized to announce SOLO
MON DILLER, of Earl township, as a can.
didate for COUNTY COMMISIBION2II, subject
to the decision of the Republican voters of
Lancaster county, at the primary elections.
rir We are authorized to announce PETER,
JOHNS, of East Lampeter township, for
COUNTY COMMISSIOI 4 ZEB, subject to the rules
of the Republican party.
WOOLF—EBERLY. On the 3d instant, by
Jacob Reinhold, Henry B. Woolf, of West
Cocalico-twp., to Fannie E. Eberly, of Clay
HACKER—EITNIER. On the 6th lust, by
the same, Allen K. Hacker to Lydia G. Eit
nier, both of Penn-twp.
BAuMAN—MILLER. On the 24th ult., in
this city, by Rev. George Robinson, Isaac L.
Bauman to Ann M. Miller, both of this city.
HERSH-EICHERLY. June 6th, in Mount
Zion German Reformed Church, New Provi
dence. by the Rev. J. G. Fritchie, John
Hersh of Columbia, to Miss Mary Ann Eich
erly, of Strasburg-twp.
GOTWALD. On Wednesday night, June 9,
at the residence of D. 8. Bare, esq., Rev. W.
V. Gotwald, pastor of St. John's Lutheran
Church, of this city, aged about 33.
DOERR. On the Ist inst., in this city, Catha-
Doerr, aged 24 years, 7 months and 21 days.
HOOVER. On the 25th ult., in East Done
gal twp., of apoplexy, Sarah Hoover, aged
57 years, 7 months and 26 days.
BRUBAKER. On the 2d inst., in Elizabeth
town, Nancy, wife of Jacob B. Brubaker,
aged 59 years, 5 months and 2 days.
Lancaster Household Markets.
LANCASTER, June 0.
Butter, ? ft, 25 0
Lard, .'4,4 It M
Eggs, IA doz.. 25
Live Spring Chickens 50 /1.50
Dressed Chickens 45 76
Veal, by the quarter, front . 10 12
do. '.i half pk 9 12
Potatoes, 74 bus 65 0 75
Potatoes from the South (per R.
11.) 1.1 half peck 30 0 33
Green Peas " . 't y; peck 25 0 43
Green Gooseberries aml Currants
with stems, 1.1 quart. 5 i 9
? I i
Cherries i qt 16 20
Strawberries perquart 12 25
Corn in the ear,' bu . 1.00 0
Oats, 'l4 bag of 3 bus 1.50 @1.65
Shad li pair 90 01.00
Philadelphia Produce Market.
PHILADELPHIA, June 9.—There is no inquiry
for shipment, and home consumers operate
with great caution. About 600 bbls. were taken
in lots at email@example.com for superfine; $5.75416 for ex
tras; €1606.50 for lowa, 11 isconsin and Minneso
ta extra family; 17§8 for Ohio do.; *607 for Pa.
do., and $firstname.lastname@example.org for fancy brands, according
Rye flour sell at 4415.
There is very little prima wheat here, and this
is the only description for which there is any
inquiry ; sales of 3,000 bus. red at email@example.com;1,000
bus. California on secret terms; amber at 44.45
@1.60, and white at u gl.6o@l.Bo,
Rye ranges from 3:41.30 to $1.33 for western and
ern is active at higher rates, sales of yellow
at 92 ots.; and western mixed at 84@860., the
latter rate for high mixed.
Oats are steady, with sales of western at 73@
7343.,and southern an Penn'a at 5001043.
Barley and malt are dull and nominal.
Prices of clovorseed and timothy are nominal.
Flaxseed is wanted by the Crushers at $2.70@
Whisky is active; sales at 83c.@$1 per gallon,
Philadelphia Cattle Market.
MONDAY, June 7.—Beef cattle were in fair de
mand this week, andprices were rather firmer.
About 1,200 head arrived and sold at 9%@10e.
for extra Pennsylvania and Western steers;
10 1 / 2 c. for a tew choice; 7%@9e. for fair to good,
as s@7c. 1 11 is. for common, as to quality. The
following are the particulars of the sales :
95 head, Owen Smith, Western 8 1 4@l0
31 " P. Mennen, Western 8 09%
60 " P. Hathaway, Lauer co 81 9%
81 " James S. Kirk, Lano'r oo 8 10
20 " B. Mcirillen, Lanc l r co 9 9%
70 " James Mennen, Western.... 8
50 " E. S. litcleillen, Western
107 " Uhlman & Bachman, Lan. co. : 10
96 " Martin, Fuller & Co., Western 8
100 " Mooney & Smith, Western... 8 1
60 " Chas. Mooney & Bro., Western 7
52 " it Chain. Western 7
50 " John Smith & Bro., Western. 8 1 9 5 1
54 " J. &L. Frank, Western........ 8 ' 9
70 " Frank & Sohamberg,Western. 9%
63 " Hope & Co., Western 4 9 %
15 " M. Dryfoos & CO., Penna 8 9
35 11 Elkin & Co., Penna 7 9
24 " B. Baldwin, Western 6 7
18 " Chandler & Alexander, Lan co 9 10
ei ‘, A. Kemble, Chester county... 8 9
16 " L. Houn, Delaware 5 8
21 " T. Duffy, Western 8%
Cows were unchanged ; 150 head sold at
60 for Springers, and 445§75 fp head for cow
Sheep were lower ; 13,000 head sold at the Park
and Avenue Drove Yards at 4%66 1 ,40. $1 Ito. gross,
as to condition.
Hogs were dull and lower ; 3,000 head sold at
the different yards at $12C312.50 for slop, and
$12.50@13 for corn fed, and 03.0 % 100 lbs. net
LANCARTER L •Iune :nth, 1868.
EDITORS EXPRRSS: 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
pensive instruments used in dental practice,
and has beyond doubt one of the best and ler
gest collections of teeth and instruments in the
State. Persons visiting the commodious offices
of Dr. Whiteside, cannot fail to be fully aeoom
modated. The Doctor loses no opportunit3r Of
furnishing himself with every late scientific
improvement In his fine of business.
AXT M. WHITESIDE,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE
HAGER & BROTHERS.
LADIES DRESS GOODS
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES VESTINGS,
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
A full and completo stock at the
je4-tfd) LOWEST PRICES.
THOS. J. WENTZ,
SIGN OF THE BEE HIVE,
Now offers a full assortment of
- WHITE GOODS,
GLOVES and HOSLERY,
Floor & Table Oil Clothe,
GLASS AND QUEENSWARE
LOWEST IN PRICES
Kind attention paid to all.
Special care taken to show our stock.
JOHN D. SKILES,
NO. 24 EAST KING STREET,
SPRING AND SUMMER DRY GOODS
CITIZENS OF LANCASTER.
LADIES' DRESS GOODS
500 pB. CALICOES from 9 to 1.21,4 e. per yard
A fine assortment of SQUARE SHAWLS of
All the Best and Popular Makes
FRENCH, ENGLISH & AMERICAN
Which we will make up to order at short notice,
beet style, low prices.
A large assortment of our own Manufacture for
50 pi. BRUSSELS THREE-PLY,
OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS, RUGS, &c
A tine assortment of Window Shades at very
Low Prices. (my7-ly
JACOB HAHNISH, H. B. HARMAN, JOHN 1.. MILLIE.
HARNISH & CO'S
No. 27 WEST KING-ST., LANCASTER, PA.,
Dealers in Foreign and Domestic
GLASS AND QUEENSWARE,
Cloths, Cassimeres, Sattinetts, Jeans, Tweeds
Lindseys, .Flannels, Tickings, Chocks, Plaids,
Alpaocas, Dress woods, Gingha'ffis, Calicoes,
Muslins and Drills,
White Goods, Notions, & No. 1 Feathers,
MEN AND BOYS' WEAR,
Made up at astonishing Low Prices.
sir Call and examine our stock before pur
chasing elsewhere. Efeb12,139-ly
ESTATE OF CATIIARINE GO
SHEN, late of New Holland, Earl town
ship, deceased. Letters of administration on
said estate having been granted to the under
signed, all persons indebted thereto are request
ed to make immediate payment, and those hay
ing claims or demands against the same will
present them for settlement, to the under
signed, residing in said township.
je4-Bt*J CHRISTIAN JOHNS, Adm'r.
It. B. PARRY
A D. ROCKAFELLOW tiz BRO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
SPRING AND SUMMER
GENTS' FURNISHING STORE,
FRENCH AND AMERICAN
EAST KING STREET,
WENTZ BEE HIVE,
No. 5 East King street
AT HIS NEW STORE,
Hai Just opeued
THE MOST ELEGANT STOCK
Ever offered to the
Of every description
t fine assortment of
MEN AND BOY'S WEAR,
AT LOW PRICES.
CARPETS !! I CARPETS I!!
INGRAIN, RAG AND HEMP CARPETS,
TS AND NURSERY PLANTS,
—No. 50 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
GRAPES, &c., IN SEASON.
FOR THE HOLIDAYS
LAYER, SEEDLESS AND VALENCIA RAISIN
CHOICE GREEN TEA,
CHOICE BLACK TEA.
RIO, LAGUYRA AND JAVA COFFEES,
SUGARS AND SYRUPS
A VARIETY OF CONFECTIONS,
GLASS AND QUEENSWARE.
LAMP GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
All thO above of the beet quality and cheaper
than the cheapest. At
D. S. & .T. S. MUSK'S,
nov 20-Iyr] No. 18 East King street, Lane.
zAIDI & JACKSON,
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
AND SILVER-PLATED WARE,
SPECTACLES AND FANCY GOODS,
No. 15 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
iIiritEPAIRING ATTENDED TO..1“1,
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 hand a good assortment of
Call and examine the goods before purchasing
Thankful for past favors, I solicit a continu
ance of the same. HENRY F. ANDREWS,
Jan 1-oml Strasburg. Lancaster co., Pa.
G ROVER tt BAKER'S
FAMILY SEEING MACHINES,
495 BROADWAY, NEW YORK
730 CHESTNUT STREET, PHILADELPHIA
POINTS OF EXCELLENCE.
Beauty and Elasticity of Stitch.
Perfection and Simplicity of Machinery.
Using both threads directly from the spools.
No fastening of seams by hand and no waste
Wide range of application without change of
The seam retains its beauty and firmness after
washing and ironing.
Besides doing all kinds of work done by other
Sewing Machines, these Machines execute the
most beautiful and permanent Embroidery and
Ail-The Highest Premiums at all the Fairs
and exhibitions of the United States and
Europe, have been awarded the Grover Baker
Sewing Machines, and the work done by them,
wherever exhibited in competition.
,W- The very highest prize, THE CROSS OF
THE LEGION OF HONOR, was conferred on
the representative of the Grover & Baker Sew
ing Machines, at the Exposition Universelle,
Paris, 1887, thus attesting their great superiority
over all other Sowing Machines.
For sale by
North Queen street,
my2B-1y) Lancaster, Pa.
THE 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 Maker 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 te 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
unrivalled 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
C. FATE, Agent,
doe 18-tfj 253; North Queen Street.
Musical Instruments, tee.
T B. KEVINSKI,
SHEET MUSIC, PIANOS, ORGANS,
And Musical Instruments Generally
Solo Agent for
STEINWAY & SONS'
WORLD RENOWNED PIANOS.
Also, Agent for
PRINCE & CO.IS ORGANS and MELODEONS
Mir Music sent by Mail Free of Postage.
No. 3 NORTH PRINCE STREET.
GOOK AMOHL DOH!
'Wort aw im
J. B. KEVINSKI BBLIK MUSIC SIITORE.
KLOFFEERA, 011YriLLA, MELODY/DNB, Uri 11110
so to music Inshtrumenta!
Der Kevinski is agent for do bereemty Stein
wehr Pianos—Kloffeera hest met so uf deitst.
Der plan is
No. 3 NORD PRINCE STREET, LANCASTER.
N. B. For a first raty gooty Gem, odder an
Accordeon, odder a Tswcerrich•Peif odder en.
nich onners musical Inshtrument, Mea odder
gross, shtept yusht ni ons Keviuski ' s, No. 3
Nord Prince Shtrose, Lancaster. (n020.1y
SEVEN PER CENT. GOLD BONDS
of the LAKE SUPERIOR AND MISSIS
SIPPI RAILROAD COMPANY.
First Mortgage Sinking Fund Bonds, Free of
United States faxes.
Secured by 1,632,000 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 5-20 Bonds can exchange them for
these desirable securities, at a profit of nearly
20 per cent.
A. limited amount for sale upon favorable
terms, and full particulars furnished by
DAVID G. SWARTZ,
No. 73 North Duke-st.,
My7-taug2B9 Lancaster, Pa.
Everybody Buys their Clothing
MYERS & RAt'HFON,
AND SAVE'4 MONEY
MYERS & RATHFON keep the largest
MEN, YOUTHS AND, BOYS,
All our own manufacture. We guare4ttee the
goods as represented or money refunded. We
have Just returned from the east with& full and
complete stock of
CLOTHS, TRICOTS, PIQUES AND COATINGS,
in MI colors.
CASSIMERES 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 FURNISHING GOODS is full.
Air Thankful forpast patronage we hope by
selling goods low to merit a continuance of
MYERS & RATHFON,.
Southeast Corner of Centro Square,
apl6-lyj Lancaster, Peun'a.
BEAU MONDE HALL!
531 PENN SQUARE, 531
A LARGE LOT OP
VESTINGS, &c., &c.,
SPRING AND SUMMER WEAR.
LEVI G. COLEMAN, Cutter
BUCII tqL BRO.,
Boots and Shoes.
MARSHALL & SON'S
BOOT AND SHOE STORE,
CENTRE SQUARE, LANCASTER, PA.
ANOTHER FRESH ARRIVAL—GIVE Us A CALL.
The only place for good and substantial work
Where eau be vein the largest and best assort
ment of Men's and Boys'
BOOTS AND SHOES
ever brought to this city. Ladies', Misses' and
Children's plain and fancy AShoes, Balmorals
and Buttoned Gaiters.
Sir Also, RUBBERSOF EVERY KIND, which
we invite you to call and examine; feeling con.
tldent that we can warrant all to
WE AR WELL.
no 20-1 y)
REINHOLD &- STUBBS,
No. 104 North Queen St., Square above
the R. R. Depot.
BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS.
Have Just arrived from thh city with a large and
elegant stock of Boots and Shoes,Gaiters,
etc., superior to any ever before b rought to
this market, which are offered at the fol
lowing astonishing low prices :
Bien s Calf Boots $B.OO to $7.00
" Box-toe Congress Gaiters.... 3.00 to 4.00
" Congress Gaiters 2.50 to 3.00
" Balmorals 2.00 to 8.00
" Lasting Congress Gaiters 3.00 to 3.75
" Oxford Tie 2.75 to 8.50
Boys' Gaiters -2.00 to 3.00
" Calf Balmorals 1.50 to 2.00
Youths Calf Balmorals 1.25 to 1.75
Ladies high-polish Lusting Gaiters. 2.505t0 8.25
" Lasting Balmorals 1.25 to 1.75
" Lasting Congress Gaiters 1.50 to 2.00
" fine Glove Kid Button Boot.. 8.25 to 4.00
" Glove Kid Polish 800 t... 2.50 to 3.25
" " Morocco Button 800 t.... 2.25 to 3.00
" " Gout Balmoral 2.00 to 2.50
" " Turkey Morocco Button. 3.00 to 8.75
" " Kid Heel 51ipper5......... 1.25 to 1.75
" " Goat Slippers 1.00 to 1.25
Misses Goat high-polish 1.75 to 2.50
" Lasting high-polish 2.00 to 2.25
Children's shoes of all kinds 50 Sc) 1.50
air An inspection of the stock is solicited.
Our work is all warranted.
.15ir All kinds of custom work manufactured
in the very best style at short notice, at the
lowest cash prices.
REINHOLD & STUBBB
Books and Stationery.
SUNDAY SCHOOL BOOKS
AT FULTON ROW,
WEST KING STREET.
All the la t est helps tor Superintendents Teach
ers 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 SCHOOL MUSIC BOOKS,
CLASS BOOKS, &o
Common School LS: Miscellaneous Books,
STATIONERY AND FANCY GOODS,
HITCHCOOK , S
HALF DIME SHEET MUSIC,
BIBLES AND TESTAMENTS,
AT PHILADELPHIA WHOLESALE PRICES.
Call and see for yourselves.
myll-tf] D. S. BARE.
J. H. SHEAFFER,
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER,
Has removed his large stock
BOOKS and STATIONERY,
NO. 62 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
Opposite Shober's Hotel,
FOUR DOORS NORTH OF ORANGE-STREIT
ap9-t LANCASTER, PA.