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Collector Muhlenburg sold on Monday morn
, lig 21,100 cigars, seized for non-payment of
- axes. They brought from 25 cents to $2 per
thousand. They were subject to a tax of $5
per thousand, and also had to be boxed and
Mrs. John Stauffer, of Mount Joy, and Mrs.
tr-; ibbs and son, and Miss Fonderemith, of this
:ity, were thrown from a wagon, near Spring
ville, on Thursday of last week, while driving
along the turnpike, and were somewhat ill
ured, but not seriously.
Mr. Isaac Jones, who resides a short dis
tance from Witmer's bridge, is the possessor
of a chicken two weeks old which has four
omplete legs. The legs are set behind each
ther, and the chicken runs about the yard
with the brood as active and healthy as the
The "Washy boys" are preparing for a
gas-light picnic in the rear of their engine
house, in North Queen street. It is to come
A' on the evening of August 2d, and its
novelty will attract great attention. The
arrangements are to be in the usual good
-tyle of the members of the Washington.
A son of Charles McGee, of Paradise twp.,
tell from a tree several weeks ago, and died
from the injuries received, on Thursday of
, ast week.
On Saturday, a child of Mr. McEnnally, of
Leacock township, upset a vessel of boiling
water, and now lies in a critical condition.
On Friday last, a son of Jerre Sullivan,
..tuployed in the Gap Smelting Works, had
ids jaw bone broken and his face badly
:rushed by some of the machinery.
The West Chester Record says that the East
Brandywine Railroad, now running from
Downingtown to Waynesburg, is to be ex
tended to Ephrata, this county, and that the
..ontractor has received orders to immediately
, 2,immence the work.
The "Dog Days" commenced on the 10th of
July and end on the 10th of August.
Superb shower on Tuesday evening last;
, ;ontributed muchly to cool the atmosphere
.md lay the dust on our streets.
Hon. 0. J, Dickey and Postmaster Hager
are rusticating at the \V Bite Mountains and
regions round about.
, An acute observer has discovered
ged in b that the
l'rocian bend is nevermore y
'tidies in straightened circumstances.
When you buy a ready-made coat, and you
don't want to have the fact known, be sure to
pull off the price-mark on the back of the
•ollar. We noticed an airy chap going down
South Queen street yesterday, with a tell-tale
pasteboard on the back of his coat.
It is marvelous what a quantity of spring
laickens are found in market. Some of them
, ould boast several spring-times—having lived
through three or four.
The oldest inhabitant stopped in on Satur
day, and solemnly informed us that he never
--no, never—saw such charming weather in
Piddle .N Cochran's new book store, is the
;lace to buy fancy stationery—call at No. 40
North Queen street.
Edward Sihhs, aged about fourteen, son of
a widow residing in Middle street, this city,
pad his right knee terribly lacerated by the
premature discharge of a pistol in his bands
to Sunday last.
A team belonging to Emanuel Leibley, of
llohrerstown, was driven off by two boys
:tom market on Saturday morning last. It
was found in the evening. The boys wanted
0 take a ride.
On Saturday last, Joseph Mcfluirc, engineer
at the sash factory of P. J. Stormfeltz, in this
ity, was slightly burned by an explosion
, •aused by an accumulation of gas obstruct
ing the draught.
A r ItIAT CAT.sTitornr.-- Another break
at the Reservoir in this city. Early on Mon
day morning the water overflowed the banks
,f the \Vest Reservoir, some miscalculation
having been made by which too much water
was pumped into it. This caused the washing
away of a portion of the south batik, and a
breach was caused about thirty feet wide at
the top, gradually narrowing to the bottom,
where the break measures about fifteen feet.
The water rushed through this, over the turn-
Mke, washing away fences and deluging the
tields opposite. The discharge from the old
reservoir which bad broken, was opened into
the new, and in a few hours the water ceased
running from the break. The break is a very
-etious one ; but if proper energy is used, the
damage should be repaired in the course of
two or three days. In the meantime the su
perintendent thinks he will be able to supply
the city, except the higher points, from the
new reservoir. The old reservoir was built in
1836-7, and on February of the latter year the
tirst water was let into it. iTnder the eircum
-tances it will be the part of prudence for all
who use the city water to do so as sparingly
It is some comfort to know that the pumps
an fill the basins, and keep up the supply.—
During the two last preceding seasons the
great outcry was that they were insufficient
for the work, and several nice little schemes
were laid to get at the money of the people by
disinterested members of city councils in order
to feather somebody's nest by spending twen
ty or thirty thousand dollars,or more, for Cor
nish Engines, new and large mains, &0., ito.
But a change in the majority of councils from
Copperhead to Republican, nipped them in
the bud, and lo ! it is discovered that the
pumps supply too much water! Some conso
.ation in that, anyhow !
GETTYSBURG SPRINGS HOTEL: During
a recent sojourn at Gettysburg, we visited tha
magnificent new hotel at the celebrated Ka
talysene spring, near that borough. It was
tilled with guests in attendance at the dedica
tion of the monument in the soldiers'Cemetery.
it is certainly a splendid building, and we
heart'. but one opinion expressed as to its con
veniencies, furniture, table, and general inter
nal arrangement, and that of the most unqual
ified approval, as compared with the beet
hotels of the country. The manager, Dr. G,
I). Smith, has taste, tact and unnsualexecn
rive capacity, and is determined to make the
management satisfactory to the guests. Our
genial friend, B. B. Row, Esq. is the able as
•istant of Dr. Smith, and his pleasant manners
and business tact, adds no little to the pleas
ure and comfort of the guests. We know of
no more healthful and pleasant place of resort
WORTHY or NOTICE.—The numerous
tabor-saving inventions for which our farmers
are getting patents, prove that Lancaster
county is remarkable for inventive genius. It
!s well that wo also have an experienced
and faithful agent. JACOB STAUFFER, of this
ity. makes no extra charges, but when he
rakes a case in band, he is bound to put it
through. His character for integrity and a
thithful discharge of duty is se well estab•
.ished that no one need hesitate to employ
him. His success is equal to that of the most
popular agents in the country. For obtain
ing letters patent or for any transfer or ad
vice connected with patents or patent laws,
all upon him, at his office, East Orange-st.,
above Lime, this city.
NEW Bum: STORE: By referring to our ad
vertising columns it will be seen that Messrs.
William Riddle and E. E. Cochran have
~pened a now book and stationary store, at
No 40 North Queen st. Lancaster, and are
prepared to furnish everything in their line
at the cheapest cash rates. The attention of
school directors and teachers through the
:ounty is especially directed to their assort
ment of school books and Scholl stationery,
which branch of the business will be made a
speciality with them. The public generally
would do well to give them a call.
The OLIVE STItEET HOTEL, hi St. Louis,
,f which Mr. D. C. Siegrist, formerly of the
Natioual House, Race St., Philadelphia,
proprietor, we would recommend to our read
-irs as a first claw hotel. Parties goiug west
desiring good meals and comfortable accom
modation in every respect, would do well to I
stop at the Olive Street House.
(IDE. SAGE'S CATARRH REMEDY is no Pat
ent humbug gotten up to dupe the ig
norant and credulous, nor is it represented as
being "composed of rare and precious substan
ces, brought from the four corners of the earth
carried seven times across the Great Desert of
Saharah on the backs of fourteen camels, and
brought across the Atlantic Ocean on two
ships." 1t is a simple, mild, soothing, pleasant,
Remedy, ~ perfect. ,!..'pecWie for Chronic Nasal
Catarrh, "Cold in the head," and kindred dis
eases. The proprietor, R. V. Peirce, M. D.,
of Buffalo, N. Y., offers a reward of $5OO for
a case of Catarrh he cannot cure. For sale by
most druggists everywhere. Sent by mail,
postpaid, for sixty cents. Address the pro
prietor as above.
The place to buy School Books, Slates, Sta
tionery, &c., is at Riddlei& Cochran's New
Book Store, 40 North Queen St., Lancaster.
AN OLD DEFENDER OUT FOR ASEIEMELY'—eapt.
Samuel D. Miller, of Marietta, an old soldier of
the war oflBl2, is out for Assembly. lie is &ter
ror to all political rings, corruptionists and
thugs. He stands on his own merits and runs
as an independent candidate. lie asks the suf
frages of honest men of all parties. Says he is
opposed to buying and selling candidates or
votes—discountenances all would be rulers and
political tricksters in high or low places. The
Boys in Blue throughout the county will, we
presume, stand by the "Old Defender. ,—C9/uni
tria Spy. [it*
HISTORY OP THE SOUTHERN CONFEDERACY.—
We gave, some time since, a synopais'of a book
entitled Secret Ilistory of the Southern Confede
racy. The book has just made its appearance,
and is a neatly bound volume of over 500 pages,
and contains a fine engraving of Jefferson Davis,
late President of the defunct Confederacy. The
book will be read with a great deal of interest,
as it contains curious and extraordinary infor
mation of the principal Southern characters in
the late rebellion, in connection with President
Davis, and In relation to the various intrigues
of his administration. It is writer by Edward
A. Pollard, author of the " Lost Cause," and
publfshed by the National Publishing Company,
21; South Seventh st., Phila. Agents wanted
To the Republican Voters of Lancaster
We, the under signed Republicans of the Bor
ough of Columbia, take ineasure in offering
Mr. Peter Fraley as a candidate for the Assem.
bly. From a long knowledge of the character
and qualifications of Mr. Fr ale, we feel confi
dent he would make a faithful and efficient
Representative. We, therefore, urge our fel
low-citizeus of the county to give him their
suffrages at the ensuing primary election
John Q. Denney, Milton Wike,
H. G. Mink'', Benj. Haldeman,
Jacob Auwerter Wm. U. Hess,
MIMI) Shreiner, .Inlm Peart,
John B. Bachman, A. tf. Newpher,
I icorge Bogle, s. Atlee BockinsSr.,
.1. W. Stea?y, Abram Bruner,
.ibram Bruner, •Ir., Jacob Striae,
A. J. Kauffman. And many other,:. *
AN DI DATES.
Ann, , lin, , tnents of candidates for office
usT BE PAID IN ADVANCE. -le is
We are authorized to announce J 4 )lIN
STEHMAN, of Penn twp., as a candidate
for STATE SENATOR, subject to the decision
of the Republican vo:ers at the ensuing pri
f-" , '' We are authorized to announce Ho's.
ESAIAS B[LLINGFELT as a candidate
for STATE SENAToR, subject to the decision
of the Republican voters at the ensuing pri
;',4:er We are authorized 10 announce Major
E. W. SHENK, of Lancaster City, as a can
didate for SENATwi, subject to the decision
of the Republican voters of Lancaster County,
at the primary election.
24t'''' We are authorized to announce JOHN
It. WA RFEL, of Lancaster city, as a candi
date for the SENATE,subject to the decision of
the Republican voters at the primary election.
:r.itr - We are authorized to announce Capt.
CRA.RLES DENUES, 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. STAI7FFER, 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 OF QUARTER SE lONS
34" We are authorized to announce BEN
JAMIN F. ROWE, of Providence twp. as
I. candidate for CLERK OF QUARTER SES
MONS, subject to the decision of the Republi
can voters at the primary election.
CLERK OF ORPHANS' COURT
;4"We are authorized to announce AMOS
F. SWEIGART, formerly of Salisbury town
ship, now of Earl, and late Sergeant 47th
Regiment P. V. Infantry, as a candidate for
CLERK OF ORPHANS' COURT, subject to the
decision of the Republican voters at the pri
Itgr We are authorized to announce CAP
TAIN JOHN Q. MERCER, late of Sadsbury
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.
Imo" We are authorized to announce Capt.
WM. D. REITZEL, of East Hempfield
twp., as a candidate for the LEGISLATURE,
subject to the decision of the Republican
voters at the ensuing primary election.
Pr We are authorized to announce
AARON H. SUMMY, of H. Hemplield, as a
candidate for the LEGISLATURE, subject to
the decision of the Republican voters at the
ensuing primary election.
'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 at the _Re
publican primary elections.
Mr 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.
eW" 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. *
RI" Weare 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. •
are authorized to announce THOS.
A. CLARK, of Drumore township, as a can
didate for REPRESENTATIVE, subject to the
Republican nomination at the primary elec
We are authorized to announce JESSE
PANNABECKEII, of Clay township, as a
candidate for COUNTY TREASURER, subject
to the Republican nomination at the coming
It - 0 — We are authorized to announce B. 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.
We are authorized to announce that
WM. ROBERTS, of W. Hetnpfleld 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
:Air We are authorized to announce JACOB
D. GOMPF, of Lancaster city, as a candidate
for REGISTER OF WILLS, Subject to the de
cision of the people at the ensuing Republican
C 4" We are authorized to announce HEN
RY BECHTOLD, of Mount Joy borough, as
a candidate for REGISTER, subject to the de
cision of the Republican voters, at the prim
Inir 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 OF
WILLS, subject to the decision of the Repub
lican voters at the primary election.
114, - We 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.
MrWe are authorized to announce MAR
TIN S. 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.
114," We are authorized to announce DR.
WM. M. WHITESIDE, late Lieutenant of
Company E, 10th Regiment first three months'
service, and Captain of Company 1, 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.
I 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
Pir We are authorized to announce GEO.
W. COMPTON, of Caernarvon township, as
a candidate for REGISTER, subject to the
rules of the Republican party.
.-r We are authorized to announce ISAAC
STOHL, of Ephrata township, as a candidate
for PRISON INSPECTOR, subject to the Re
publican nomination at the primary election.
Ur We are authorized to announce JOHN
HILDEBRAND, of Dfotrt Joy, as a candi
date for SHERIFF, subject to the decision of
the Republican party, at the primary elec
rfr 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
Lam" We are authorized to announce JOHN
M. JACOBY, of Clay township, as a candi
date for SHERIFF, subject to the rules of the
Vir We are authorized to announce ISAAC
MISHLER, of Lancaster city, (late of East
Cocalice township,) as a candidate for the
office of SHERIFF, Subject ttl' the rules of the
t 4" We are authorized to announce JOHN
ARMSTRONG, of Martic township, as a
candidate for COUNTY COMMISSIONER, sub
ject to the decision of the Republican voters
of Lancaster County, at the primary election.
:tirWe are authorized to announce SOLO
MON DILLER, of Earl township, as a can
didate for COUNTY CommissioNkat, subject
to the decision of the Republican voters of
Lancaster county, at the primary elections.
IR"' We are authorized to announce PETER
JOHNS, of East Lampeter township, for
COUNTY COMMISSIONER, subject to the rules
of the Republican party.
lianatat—DirLow. July I;th, 1889, by Rev. 1)1'.
Greenwald, Jacob Ilebble to Aliss Emily I. Dil
low, both of Lancaster.
McQuA.Tx—MoarzAr.x.. June 29th, by Jacob
Reinhold, John MeQuate to Mary R. Mortzall,
both from Millport.
BrArsairro—Gearsnidna. July 11th, by Rev. A.
IL Kremer, Jacob F. Blessing to Lydia 1. Gensa
mer; both of this city
Winnmsx—Fay. July Bth, by Rev. Dr. Green
wald, John Y. Weidman, of Lincoln, to Emma
L. Fry, of Ephrata.
ZERFASS—HaasHmsnaxn. July Bth,by the same.,
Wm. Zerfass to Leah K. Itershberger, both of
Myr.ts. July 9th, in West Lampeter-twp.,
Martin Wynn, in the 52d year of his age.
linucu Mex. July 4th, in East Lampeterdwp.,
Jacob 'henchman, aged 70 years, s months and
WIESTHAKFFER. July 7th, in this city, Michael
West beefier, aged 78 years.
KEPLINGER. JulylBth,near Mountvllle, Jacob
Keplinger, in the 87th year of his age.
Lancaster Household Markets.
LANCASTER, July 14.
Butter, Vlb 30 (§) 35
Lard, Vlb 2/3 0 29
Eggs, V doz 23 @ 25
hutch Cheese Vlb 13 F 6 15
Veal, by the quarter 10 ' 12
New potatoes ' 'fl half pk 12 IS
Green Peas V ,1,1 peck 12 15
String Beans 10 %peek 12 15
Tomatoes (per R. It.) V 1 ,4, peck... 25
Green Corn (d 0.,) V doz 95 @
Squashes 2 ig3 5
Cherries 1/1 qt 5 fit) s
Raspberries 12 a 25
Currants 414 quart 8 0 IS
Dewberries V quart 12 (0) 15
Blackberries ft qt 12 @ 15
Huckleberries V qt 13i 20
Green Fox Grrpes qt 6
Oats," bag of 3 bus 1.50 1.60
Philadelphia Produce Market.
PHILADIMBBIA July 14.—There is a strong
home consumptive demand for flour at yester
day's quotations, but the shippers are not ope
rating at present prices; about Stabbla. changed
hands, including superfine at $6.5.50 per bbl.;
extras at $5.6005.75; lowa, Whuxintin and Min
nesoto extra family at 46.76 Pentiqt do. do. at
416 5.75 ; Ohio, Illinois and Indiana do. do. at
$7 8, and fancy lots at $010.50.
ye flour sells slowly at $6.12 3 4/16.24.
Cornmeal is held at an advance, but without
There is less demand for wheat, but prices
are unchange d ; sales of 4,000 bus. old and new
red at e 1.65 bus., the latter fi gure for superior;
500 bus. am berat UM, and 2,000 bus. red on
Bye is steady at $1.40.
Corn is quiet at the savant* recorded yester
day, with sales of 6,000 bus. at $ll5 for yellow,
and 0.0901.12 for western mixed.
Oats are steady at SM. for Western, with sales
of 11@4,000 bus. at this figure.
Whisky—the demand is limited; sales at 99t$
$1.05 :$ gallon, tax paid.
Philadelphia Cattle Market.
lidosnay. July IL—Beef cattle were in fair
demand this week, at about former rates.
1,60 u head arrived and sold at 909 1 4 c. for extra
Penn's and Western steers; 79984 e. for fair to
good do., and 50§6 1 .4.0. ill L. gross, for common as
to quality.Shosa The following are the particulars
of Ms: ' •4 - '
81 head, Owen Smith, Western 8%4 9 1 .6
04 " A. Christy & Ilro., do 9 e 9 :;:
4•2 " Deflate' . & BfcCleese, d 0....,.• 8@ 7
9n "P. Hathaway, do ...• SI 9 %
91 " James S. Kirk, do 8 914
35 " B. MeFillen. do 8 1 4 9
90 " James Ellen, do
~ K. S. .., 4 ,„ , i
l ' 4 '
100 ,te ' Uhltrual . chi s .
141 " , 1art1.74 leu tor al co., do s 9!A
Ina , " :Alm) & .Smith 410 . 8 9 %6
00'. ~‘ Thos. canmy 4 •0, do ' 7 9
ta. ilk 'H. CI) , do".. ' I 7
at 1 ° Sly, M 4 • t do
100 " JO n 8 A C0.,•(.0 9 1 4
79' " J. 4L. ?rank, do 1 8 1 /
4 a n 84
90 " & Co., do 9
SO " . ryfons dt C0.,40. ...... .....'8 WI
38 Mt 121401 39 ihiry •*• • .9.2if . ........,# . 91, i
#o , ' o ' '''' allrln sr Co., - vilfumi - a ' 7 8
17 44 I). BlltttBoll, Chester county.. 7 tO 7 / 14
30 " Chandler &Alexander, do 7 6 9 34
21 " A.•Men*lo,do 81 . ,40 9
la " L. llorne, Delakare 54f1/9 714
40 " John DleArdle, go ft et 8
Colds were unchanged ; 150 head sold at sskp
00 for springers, and 950470 ifl head for cow and
Sheep were dull ; abut 9,000 head arrived and
sold at the different yards at 4;i46e.119 h. gross,
as to condition.
Hogs were rather lower; 2,14)3 head sold at
the different yards at 013(913.51 100 as. net,
and a few extra at *18.75.
RIDDLE & COCHRAN'S
NEW BOOK STORE!
NO 40 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
The subscribers respect fully announce t o their
friends and the public, that they have opened rt
NEW 1300 K AND STATIONERY STORE,
(Two doors north of Imp i re r Build in g,
where they will keep constantly on hand a full
assortment of everything in their line, in
MISCELLANEOUS AND SCHOOL BOOKS;
And a great variety of
BIBLES, PRAYER BOOKS
Of all Denominations
'They ask the at tent lon of idrectors,Teach
(Ts and others, to their large assortment of
SCHOOL BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
which cannot be excelled in this city, and will
be sold at all times at
THE VERY LOWEST PRICE
RIDDLE 8c COCHRAN
The be4t Fruit Jar IS the MASON JAR
SAFE, RELIABLE AND SIMPLE
EVERY JAR WARRANTED
50 GROSS FOR SALE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAII
llso, of her good Jars, and the choicest select lon
of GROCERIES In the city..
1T No. Is EAST KING STREET
jy 11) f
Estate of REV. WASHINGTON V. GOT
WALD, late of Lancaster, deed. Letters of ad
ministration on said estate having been grant
ed to the undersigned, persons indebted there
to are requested to make immediate payment,
and those having claims or demands against
the Dame will present them for settlement to
the undersigned, residing in Lancaster.
}e2s-fit] (4. M. Z AHM, Adm'r.
FSTATE OF CATIIARINE GO
-4 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
lug claims or demands against the same will
present them for settlement, to the under
signed, residing in said township.
jet-Bt*l CHRISTIAN JOHNS, Adm'r.
A D. ROOKAFELLOW & Bib.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
FRUITS AND NURSERY PLANTS,
‘VILIT ELAND NURSERIES
'TORE—No. 5O NORTH QUEEN STILEET,
(iFIAPES, e%.e., IN SEASON.
EVEN PER CENT. GOLD BONDS
1177 of the LAKE SUPERIOR AND MISSIS
SIPPI RAILROAD COMPANY.
First Mortgage Sinking Fund Bonds, Free of
United States Taxes.
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
11.1 VII) G. SWARTZ,
No. 73 North Duke-et.,
,‘ .. DR. S'
Ck I N
faM E 610 ,
MIIIS INFALLIBLE REMEDY
does not, like the poisonous irritating
snuffs and strong caustic solutions with which
the people have long been humbugged simply
palliate Tor a short time, or drive the disease to
Use lungs as there is danger of doing in the use
Of such nostrums, but it produces r tinier-OR AND
ItURINIANENT OURItS OF THE WORST CARUS OW
Wrisosio CATARRH, as thousands can testify.
"COLD IN THU BRAD" is cured with a few appli
cations. CATARRHAL Ii Lumens is relieved
and cured as If by magic. It removes offensive
Breath, Loss cir Impairment of the sense of
taste, smell or bearing, Watering or Eyes,
and Impaired Memory, when caused by the vio
lence of Catarrh, as they all frequently are. I
offer in good faith a standing reward c f
a case of Catarrh that I cannot cure.
FOR ,ALE BY MOST DRUGGISTS EVERY-
1' RICH ONLY 51/ CENTS
Ask your Druggist for the REMEDY; but if he
has hot got it on sale, don't be put off by tie
ceptigg any miserable worse that' woilliless
subAittite, but enclose sixty cents to me, and
the Rerneuy will le sent you post paid. Four
packages $2..r1, or one dozen for ss.uo. Send a
two cent stump for Dr. Sage's pamplill, on
catarrh. Address the Proprietor,
R. V. PIERCE, M. D.,
Duffel°, IS. T.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVENT that an appli
cation will be made at the next session of the
State Legislature of Pennsylvania for the crea
tion of a corporate body with banking privi
lazes, to be located in the village of New Hol
land, in Lancaster county, to be named anti
styled the "NEW HOLLAIND EXCHANGE,
DISCOUNT AND DEPOSIT COMPANY," the
specific object of which shall be to receive
moneys on deposit, and to doe general banking
business, and the amount of capital of which
shall not exceed the sum of 4140,000.00.
By the Committee.
D. P. ROSENIIIILLER,JR.,
TraksfreunciLancaster, and Harrisburg Weekly
L. DIES DRESS GOODS,
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES VESTTNGS,
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
AND HYMN BOOKS
A full and complete stock at the
I THOS. J. WENTZ,
SIGN OF THE BEE HIVE,
Now offers a full assortment of
GLOVES and HOSIERY,
Floor & Table Oil Cloths,
JOHN D. SKILES,
1). S. BURSK.
SPRING ANDSUMMER DRY GOODS
500 p,4. t'A LicoEs from 9 to 12' le. per yard
FRENCH . , ENGLISH . &, AMERICAN
Which we will make up to order at short notice,
A large assortment of our own Manufacture for
50 Ds. BRUSSELS TBREE-PLY,
OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS, RUGS, &c
A fine assortment of Window Shades at very
Low Prices. [my74y
JACOB HARNISH, M. 8. HARNIBH, JOHN 1.. MILLER
HARNISH & CO'S
No. 27 WEST KING-ST., LANCASTER, PA.,
Cloths, Cassitnem, Sattinetts, Jeans, Tweeds
Lindseys, Flannels, Tickings, Choke, Plaids,
Alpaccas, Dress Goode, Gingbards, Calicoes,
Muslin and Drills,
White Goods, Notions, &No. 1 Feathers,
MEN AND fIOYsP WEAR,
Made up at astonishing Low Prices.
sir Call and examine our stock before pur
chasing elsewhere. ffebl2,69-1y
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THE LATEST NEWS BY MAIL
And all Important Local and General In
Timms: $.5.00 A YEAR; $1.25 FOR 3 MONTHS. ' I
THE WEEKLY EXPRESS,
A SATURDAY PAPER OF THE FIRST CLASS,
Contains all the news of the week up to Friday
night and gives more fresh reading than can be
had eisewhere for the same amount of money. ;
Teams: 55.00 PEE YEAR, IN ADVANCE.
PRARSOL GEIST, Publishers, I
dee 1/34Ini) Lancaster, Pa.
SPRING AND SUMMER
HAGER & BROTHERS.
GENTS' FURNISHING STORE,
i'RENCH AND AMERICAN
je4-tftl) LOWEST PRICES
EAST KING STREET,
GLASS AND QUEENSWARE
LOWEST INDUCING PRICES.
Kind attention paid to all.
special care taken to show our stock.
WENTZ BEE lIIVE,
inyLß•tfl N0..1 East. Ring street
AT HIS NEW 'TORE,
NO. 24 EAST KING :•;TIIEET,
Has jnst ()pencil
•rHtE MOST ELEG A NT STOCK
Ever offered to 1114
CITIZENS Me LANCA`zTEE
LAMES , DRESS GOODS
of every ileseript ion
A flue as. , _ , ortment of 'SQUARE SIiAWLs of
111 the Best and Popular Make,
G ENT LEMEN 'S WEAR
tine assortment of
('I,OTH 4 ,
best style, low prices
MEN AND BOY'S WEAR,
AT LOW PRICES
INGRAIN, RAG AND HEMP CARPETS,
Dealers In Foreign and Domestic
GLASS AND QUEENSWARE,
ZAHM & JACKSON,
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
.AND SILVER-PLATED WARE,
SPECTACLES AND FANCY GOODS,
No. L NORTH QUiEN STREET,
WA T C E S
CLOCKS, CLOCKS, ('LOCKS:
The undersigned 'seem; constantly on hand
large and full assortment of the
GENUINE AMERICAN WATCHES,'
of different weight and finish, to suit all, whiek
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 Bolton a Continu
ance of the , ;arne. HENRY F. ANDREWS
]an 1-Iy*] Strasburg, Lancaster co., Pa.
Coal, Lumber, cfre,.
EHLER, BRENEMAN it CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
COAL, OF THE BEST QUALITY.
YARD-COR. WATER ST. AND PA. R. R
Orrica---NO. 2 EAST ORANGE ST.,
LANCASTER PA. Kea 18-ly
B. H. MARTIN, HERBERT THOMAS, JOHN P. MR ON
FEET OF DRY LUMBER.
MARTIN, THOMAS & CO.,
COLUMBIA, LANCASTER CO., PA.,
At LOCK HAVEN, CLINTON COUNTY, PA.,
WHITE PINE, HEMLOCK,
POPLAR, WALNUT ASH ,
BOX BOARDS, &c.,
Varnishes, 417 e.
AUG. REINOMIL. JAC. RRINORIIL, JR.
A A:, J. REINOEIIL,
IkIANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS
COPAL. COFFIN, BLACK AND
VA RNISIIE ,
TURPENTINE, &c., &c.
NO. 109 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
(In the Keystone Building,)
Also, Alahogany Boards, Veneers and
Mouldings of different sizes and pat
terns. All kinds of Turning, such
as Bed Posts, Table Legs,
Spokes, Hubs, Felines,
&c., &C., &c
Also, A XLEAS, SPIUNUS &C.
Parents to Fonlilts,
Falk,. to Daughtte,
Mother to Son.
(.3ENTLEMEN TO LADIES
When (he light has left the house, memoria
such as these compound their interest.
GILL'S SUPERB PHOTO.
Miniature or Opal Pictures, admitted to be
the best in:the city and no superior in the State
Constantly increasing demand and great expe
rienee in this style of miniature give us greater
facilities and better results than any establish
ment outside of largo cities.
STEREOGRAPFIS OF HOME VIEWS for the
Centre Table. Also, prismatic instruments.
Large Colored Work by some ofithe beat Ar
tists in Philadelphia and el se w herefin the high,
est style of the art. India Ink, Pastille, Crayon
and colors, at
GILL'S CITY GALLERY,
No. 20 East ICing•st.
Furnishing Goods, &c.
UNBERCLOTIIING, STOCKINGS, GLOVES,
COLLARS, CUFFS, SLEEVE BUTTONS,
.ii cleat's ware generally, at
No 4 13; NORTH QUEEN ST., Lancaster.
/Lai veer eus grosser shtock goods—suttable
bor lirishdogs, Nei-Yohrs un onnery Presents—
Hole-Dicher, Schnup-Dicker, Collars, Hem
fennel ICnep, g'shtickte Hemmer-fronts, Pocket
Bicker, Perfumery, Hohr-CEhl, Cigar Casa, an
onnery fancy articles one
Ti.. J. EEISMAN'S,
41W, North Queen Street 4 Lancaster.
(Out sign turn gross Shtreatloh Hem.) [noillMy
Book and Job Printing.
RAUCH & COCHRAW,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS.
PLAIN AND FANCY PRINTING
OF ALL KINDS
From the largest POSTER to the smallest CARD
or CIRCULAR, executed in the best style, and
at reasonable prices.
ed SirOrders from a distance promptly attend
OFFICE.—NO. IS, SOUTH QUEEN STREET
NEW SPRING GOODS
6EO. 13. COLEMAN,
Ni. 14 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
(Late inley's Shoe St ore, )
Has in store O. Fine Assortment of
French, English and American
CLOTHS, COATINGS AND CASSIMEHES,
which he Is prepared to make up to order in
the latest styles for
srRIN4.; AND SUMMER 1% EAR,
UN THE MOST REASONABLE TERMS
•-••A LS oj.
GENTLEMEN , s FURNISDING GOODS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION ON HAND.