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BREEP FUN SCHWEITLEBRENNER.
SCIILIFFIETOWN, JULY der 13t, 1869.
MISTER FODDER Atm A11.k31:
Dolt for a paar dog bets amohl sheer
g,orly rnpps gevva tswisha meet- on der
Bevvy, un now will ich der amohl de
facts gevva derweaya, we's war.
Dort in der shtadt hen se so a society
was se de Chi Phi heasa, odder anyhow
ebbas a so, un doh fergonga hen se sheins
a meeting g'holta un so shpeeehlin g'-
macht. Unner onuery war aw an lawyer
dort fun Pottswillshteddlc (her beim naw
ma Pit Schwefliebrenner, Junior " geat,
un seller hut aw a shpeech g'inacht, uf
Pennsylvanish deitsch, un donu hen se's
in a Tseitung nei gedruckt derweaya.
Well, fun dem hob ich uf course nix g' -
moist, bis ich beam kumma bin doh der
onner slog, on ins house nei un buck mich
uf der groos shuckle shtool. Awer let
hob grawd g'seana dos ebbas letz is—dos
der deifel lobs is uf ca odder der onner
weg, for de Bevvy hut so greiselbeftich hues
Ous de awya geguckt, un aw grawd uf un
longt amohl a Tseitung turn uhra koshta
runner un sogt: "So so, Pit, den weg fin t
mer dish ous, was for a 'noun dos du
bisht; do shteats in der Tseitung, in
schwartz un weis, dos es noel' ounery
yungy Schweftlebrenner im load rum hter
hut, besides der Abey wu olleweil dort in ,
der weeg lickt un shloaft." " Ei," sog
ich, "fun wars shwetsht du donn? Ex- J
plain amold—was is letz?" " Ei ordlich
feel is letz," secht se, "wann a moon
fraw un kiut derheam hut un aw besides
noch onnery weiver un kinner im load
rum her, so we (her Junior Pit Schweille-
breuner «u doh in der Tseitung shteat.
"Awer Itevvy," sog ich, "doh will ich
awer aw nimmy doh week gea wann ich
mea dos en fomelia hob except yusht ich
un du under Abey." "Doh is es yob in
der Tseitung," secht se, " un's is now net
derwrert dos du's ferleagensht—doh is es,
L a speech was made by Pit Schwefflehren
ner, Junior, of Pottsville,' un all de par- ,
tidillars dodo." Donn hob ich amohl de ;
Tseitung g`numma, un sure enough, dort i
wars, grut.Ns. d we se's g'leasa hut! Awer
was hob icli du kenna except's denya
dos seller Junior my sohn is, odder dos
er at all in der freindshaft is mit mer.
Un ich der Bevvy explained hob dos
ich yusht drei un dreisich yohr alt bin, un
dos wann seller ding shun a lawyer is mus
er anyhow shun ean-a-tswansich alt sei,
un sellam noch mist ich shun sei dawdy
gwest sei. we ich tawelf yohr alt war.
Now de tsiffera kenna net leeya, uu de
Bevvy hut a weil draw calculate un is tsu
letsht tlw tsu der conclusion kumma dos
Mu end olles recht is, un we mer noch
weil derwettya g'shwetzt hen sin mer con
vinced w arra dos seller Junior yusht caner
is ther proweart mein gooter nawma tsu
shteala. A wer so dos es meer kea bod
deration roacht noch dem, geb ich now
public notice dos ich yusht ea family hob,
un sell is mich un de Bevvy under Abey;
dos ich heft sohn hot' dos Pit heast; dos
aw nemond fun so ma nawma mit meer in
der freindshaft is; dos nemond sell=
counterfit Pit nix borrickt uf my account
well ich hens fun seina shulda betzahl.
Awer now, for bisness. Ich under
George tin drei ounery leading Ducks j
wahra beinontier om letshta Somshdog—
wu konn ich der now net j sawya, for de
meeting war shtrictly private—so an con•
ferential consultation, du weasht, for tau
an understanding kumma fun weaya kon
didawta, un mer hen so weft unite uf ea
moan for Sennater, un awer weer der tswet
eel soil is noch net exactly decide. Ich
bin decidedly in favor nun Onnest Andy,
for uf can konn mer sich ferlussa, un awer
der George meant evva ea weer a wennich
unsafe can tau nemma, un proposed dos
mer earn ebbas sunsht gebt, ferleicht an
onners mohl. Awer seller Billingfelt was
gebutta wrerra—uf sell sin mer all agreed,
provided mer kenna's du. We ich 'em
George g'sawt hob dos ich glawb dos er
ordlich fliei votes grickt, donn hut or mer
yusht tau fershtea gevva dos es net so feel
ufs vota aw kummt doses tseala. De votes
polled un de votes counted, secht or, sin
tswea-erlea dings. Uf course, ich fershtea
now de ropes aw. Un for Semly leit hen
mer now drei—der onner will der George
ufs ticket du sometime de negsht woch.
For Shreof hen mer an bully gooter, ewer,
unnich dc rules fun unserm ring konn ich
der sei nawma noch net gevva. Uf course,
mer hen aw an Proddonnatter kondidawt,
un a Retchister un Commissioner *u de
gooty bricka contracts ous gevva—un in
sellam set-up bin ich aw hunky-dory.
Awer, unser principles sin decidedly
benniflshel, un wells uns ferleicht noch
wennich on votes fehlt, will ich der unser
gonser platform !vevva, so dos tie wu ebbas
wella seana kerma dos genunk chansa sin
for se. providing se ieana f unser kierls.
lin arshta plotz Deana iner - tad for lint' un
sivvalsieh extra lit-ashlers un folders fir
in de Scully. Mer geana nei for em Slitate
Treasurer an ordlich grosser balance in
der hond lussa—about tswea milliona dah
ler, un sell, seeht der George, geh t MIS all
a chame for dividends fun interessa.
eafeltich weasht. lint
obsolut hawa wella dos se sell geld usa
setta for Shtate shad 1 oh tsu tsahla, un of
seller weg fun sivvatsieh bis hunnert
send dahlir interest seata. AWer
secht der George, dent miser cans nix bot
ta, un dawrum genna mer nei dos mer
plenty geld of bond lien in der Treasury.
Mer sin aw ill favor de Ephrata Shpring
Ilotel property kawfa, for der Shtate, on
$11:;,000. Seller job is aw goot, un dent
an ordlich sheaner dividend g,evva.
Mer sin in favor dos de County Com
missioner tie Markendile Appraisers bet
sahla macha for cares emtly, uns geld un
nich ails ferdehla.
fifer sin in favor an vender officer about
tsean per cent. charga for miser influence,
under George soil Treasurer acta fin• all
sell geld, nn nicer gevva derfu so about
was recht is.
Mer sin in favor dos de County Com
missioners geld lcaua—we meaner, we
besser—un so mannetcha dos nicer so
mitnonuer de benefit fun de iuteressa
Mer siu in favor dos de County Com
missioners cara mileage tseeya oily dog,
eb se travella odder net, uu sellentitled uns
aw tsu about tswansich per cent. for de
benefit fun uns selwer.
Mer sin in favor dos de brieka contracts
all tsu eam mown gevva sierra missa, un
dos er der tariff ordlich dick drut' dut, nu
of sell= weg kerma finer aw about tiwan
skit dausend in earn yohr macha for de
benefit fum George, unserm Treasurer.
Mer hen aw melt onnery reform princi
ples, fun denna ich olleweil nix tsu sawya
Wann untold de recut tseit doh is, will
kh der unser entire Duck ticket gcvva fors
publisha, so dos de wu of cm look-out sin
for fetty jobs aw wissa for welly dos se
vota missa. Awer, for de pressent, inns
ich's maul holta. Awer ich denk net dos
mer unita kenna of der Onnest Andy,
weil er sheer gorly tsu weft fun Harris
borriek woont—ivver drei hunnert mile,
according tsu seiner mileage account we
er in der S:nly g'huckt hut doh der letsht
winter a yohr. Awer, weitere particulars
Pilot.% PIT SCHWEFFLEIITIENNEI:.
N. B.—Den nummiddog gea ich nosh
Ilarrisborrick, well morya tie demokratish
convention dort tsomma kummt. Ich gea
of course, yusht for tsugooktt. Awer ich
luss mei watch derheam. Wann's ung'-
fehr ebbas abbordichs geht luss ich dich's
wissa by telegral I'. S.
(By Teloigrall, fum Vit.)
lIARRISBORRICK, July der 14t, 180
Bin aw kuiuma geshter owat. ('ass,
Packer un Hancock sin all ahead. ('ass
club un Packer club sin aw doll fun Fit
deify, mit moosick, un in wenuicher dos
drei-frertle shtund hen se finfpocka-bicker,
drel watcha tin ea carpet-back g'shtola.
lch hob mei hoed olsfort im hussy sock
unlheab mei pocky-buck fesht in der
fousht. I'. S.
l'S EJT DI PA Tt• 11.
linitursuounica, July 14t
Gross eckseitment. A delliget hut den
morya tswea over g'shtola ous ma mor
rickt monu sei korrab. Ich bin uoch all
all right—hob mai all mei geld. Packer
shtock is om nuf gm, un so is Cass. Be
ware of pickpockets. P. S.
HauntsuounicK, July 14t.
2 iThr Nummidog.
Noch drei pocka-bicher Wshtola
hob meins ols noch fesht in der fousht, un
all right. Cass shtock Boot, un so is
Packer un Hancock. Fans fun eanawella
se ufnemma for Gufferneer. So is anyhow
der report. P. S.
HARUISBORRICK, July der 14t,
4 Uhr Numrnidog.
Der Packer huts grickt under CRISES
is ous g'shpeelt. Der Hancock huts aw
net kumma kerma well er doh for a paar
yohr so geaya de demokmta g'fochta
hut, un sell is whats de matter mit eam.
Eans fun eana hut ma neayer sei pocka
buch g'shtola mit tswe dahler drip un an
onnerer delliget ligt drunna im peashters
un %spiders dippartment un shloaft—doat
Outfit. Fully particulars de negsht.
—"Prisoner, you have heard the com
plaint for habitual drunkenness ; what
have you to say in your defence?" "No
thing, please your honor, but habitual
—A couple in Savannah met for the
first time on Friday last, courted Satur
day, were "engaged" on Sunday, and
married on Monday. When will they be
—That chap who was "lonely since his
mother died," is all right now. his
kther married the "head" of a large
family of girls, and they keep house for
him, and give a party nearly every night.
—A young lad.y , s opinion of the bonnet
of the season: "Oh, the bonnets of my
girlhood—the kind I wore to school ! I
really thought them pretty. I must have
been a fool. And yet I used to think my
self on hats a jaunty miss. Perhaps I
was, as fashion went ; but what was that
to this ? Oh, the lovely little pancake—
the charming little mat 1 It makes my
head so level, and so very, very flat I"
Mr. INasby at last Loses his Postothee, and
to add to his H►nniliation an Abolition
Administration appoints a Negroe in his
Place —Trouble at the Corners.
nisi' CoNFEDEn rr X ROADS
I Wick is in the Stait of Kentucky), June
09, Iso9. The die is cast. The guilloteen
lwz fallen—l am no longer Postmaster at
l'ont'etlerit X Roads, which is in the state
of Kentucky. The place which knowd
me once will know me no more f)rever—
the paper with Deekin Pograu► takes will
be handed out by a u igger—a nigger will hey
the openin UN' letters addressed to parties
residin hereabouts containin remit tances
a uigger will hey the ritlin in/ letters ad-
dresst to lottery managers and exiractin
the sweets therefrom—a Digger will be--
but I can't dwell upon the disgnstin theme
1 bed bin in Washington two weeks as
sislin the Cimeashens uv that city to put
their foot upon the heads uv the cussed
niggers who :dill, content to accept the
situashen and remain ez they alluz hey
bin, inferior beins. To say 1 hed succeed
ed is a week expreshen. I organized a
raid onto em so effech»ally ez to drive no
less than thirty uv them out of employ
ment, twenty-seven of Wkil WII, compelled
to steel their bread, wich give us a splen
did opportunity to show up the nateral
cussidness of the Afrikin race--which we
On my arrival at the Corners, I knew
to wunst that suthin was wrong. I lied
rid over from Secessionville on llascom's
mule, wich he lied sent over for me, and
ez I rid up to his door, I knew suthin hed
happened. The bottles behind the bar
wuz draped in black ; the barrels wuz fes
tooned gloomily (wich is our yoosual
method uv expressin grief' at public ca
lamities), and the premises generally wore'
a funeral aspeek.
"Wat is it ?" gasped I.
Bascom returned not a word, but waved
his hand toward the Post Offlis.
Iluehin thither, I bustid open the door,
and reeled almost agin the wall I At the
yeneral delivery wuz the yrinnin face ay as
nigger I and settin in my chair wuz Joe
Bigler, with Pollock beside him, smokin
pipes and latlin over suthin in a noospaper.
Bigler taught sight uv me,, and dartin
out, pulled me inside them hitherto sacred
"Permit me," sed he jeeringly, "to in
terdoose you to your successor, Mr. Cee
"My successof What does this mean?"
"Show him, Ceezer."
And the nigger, every tooth in his head
shinin, handed me a commishun duly
made out and sign e d. I saw it all at a
glance. In imitashen uv our Secretary
Boric, I had left my biznis in the hands
Of a depetty, wich is now the favorite
method of doin public bizuis. It arrived
the day after I left, and 'maker Gavitt,
who distribited the mail, gave it to the
Pollock made oat the bonds and went
onto em himself, and in ten days the corn
mishen come all regler, whereupon Bigler
backt the nigger and took forcible possess
ion uv the office. While I was absent they
hed a percesshun in honor of the joyful
event, sed perseshun eonsistin ttv Pollock,
Bigler and the new Postmaster, who
marched through the streets with the stars
and stripes, banners and sich. Bigler re
markt that the percession wuzn't large,
but it wuz talented, eminently respectable,
and extremely versateel. lie (Bigler)
carried the flag and played the fife, Pol
lock carried a banner with an inscription
onto it "slund the loud timbre! o'er
Egypt's dark sea," and played the bass
drum ; while the nigger bore aloft a ban
ner inscribed "where Afric's sunny foun
ta.us roll down the goL'en sands," with
his commisshun pinned onto it, playin in
addishen a pair of anshent cymbals.
Bigler remarkt further that the percesh
un created a positive sensashun at the
Corners, which I shood think it wood.—
"It wuzn't," said this tormentin cuss,
"very much like the grand perceshun wich
took place when you received yoor com
misshun. Then the whites uv the Corners
wuz elated, for they spectid to git wat
yoo owed em in doo time, and the niggas
wuz correspondingly deprest. They slunk
into byways and sideways ; they didn't
hold up their heads, and they dusted out
ez fast ez they cood git. At this pepes
hun there wuz a change. The tuggers
lined the streets ez we passed, grinnin ex
ultinly, and the whites wuz deprest cor
respondinly. Its singler that at the Cor
ners the two races can't feel good both at I
the same time."
My arrival Navin_ become known, by the
"Pay me what you owe me PI ejakelated
Dekin Pogram, and the same remark was
made by all uv em with wonderful yoon
animity. Whatever differences uv opla
yun there might be on other topics, on
this they they were all agreed.
"Gentlemen I" I commenced, backing
up into a corner, "is this generous ? Is
this the treatment I hey a right to expect ?
I shoold hey gone on at length, but jist
at that minnit Pollock, Joe Bigler and the
new Postmaster entered. Room wuz
made for em and cheers offered em, but
they declined to sit.
"I hey binds !" Bed this Postmaster,
"disagreeable biznis, but it's my oltishel
dooty to perform it."
At the word "oftishel" comin from his
lips I groaned, which WRI3 ekkoed by those
"I hey in my hand," continyood he,
"de bond giben by my predecessor, onto
which is de names uv Geo. W. Bliscom,
Elkanah Po r ,oTam, Hugh M'Pelter and
Seth Pennibacker ez sureties. In dis oder
hand I hold a skedool ob de property be
longin to de 'partment wick was turned
ober to him by his predecessor, cousistin
of table, chairs, boxes, locks, bags, et set
try, wid sundry dollars wort of stamps,
paper, twine, Noe. None of dis post °Ms
property, turned over to my predecessor
by his predecessor, is to be found in do
otfis, and de objeck of dis visit is to notify
yoo dat unless immejit payment be made
uv the amount thereof, I am directed by
de Tartment to bring soot to wunst
ii , ainst the sed sureties."
Never before did I so appreciate A.
Johnson and his Postmaster-General Mtn
dill. Under their administration wat
Postmaster wuz ever pulled up for steelin
anythin ? Eko answers.
This wuz the feather that broke the
"Wat !" exclaimed Bascom, "shei I
lose wat yoo owe mt., and then pay for
wat yoo've stole ?"
"Steel 1 lose the money," sed Pograni,
"which I lent you, and in addishen pay a
Abolishen government fur property you've
"But the property is here," remarkt
to Bascom, "you've got it tll. Why not
return it, and save all this trouble ?"
"Nat wood I have then for the whisky
you've consoomed ?" he ejaekelated
usly. "It's all I've got from you, and I've
btu keepin you for four years."
"Didn't that property pay you for the
liker?" I asked, but Bascom wuz in no
humor for tiggers, and he pitched into me,
at wich pleasant pastime they all followed
soot. But for Joe Bigler they wood hey
killed me. Ez it wuz, they blaekt both
my eyes and rolled me out onto the side
walk, shuttin the door agin me.
Ez I heard that door slain to, I felt that
1 wuz lost. .No gilts! no money! and
1 Bascom's closed agin me! Kin there he a
harder fate? I passed the nice with a
farmer three miles out, who bein sick,
hedn't been to the Corners, and conse
kently he knowd nothing ny the changes.
1 heard the next day the result of the
ruskshcu. Bascom returned sich uv the
property ez hedn't been sold and con
swilled, which consisted uv the boxes.
The chairs lied been broken up in the fre
quent shindies with occur at his place, the
locks bed been sold to farmers, who yoosed
cm on their smoke houses, the bags had
been sold for wheat, andi so on. The
stamps, paper, twine and sich higgered up
three hundred and forty-six dollars, wick
wuz three hundred more dollars than there
wuz in the Corners.
Bascom advanced the forty-six dollars,
and the three hundred wuz borrowed uv
a banker at Seeessionville, who took mort
gages on the fitrins nv the imprudent
bondsmen for sekoority. Uv course I
can't go to back the Corners under existin
circumstances. It would be uncomforta
ble for me to live there ez matters have
terminated. I shel make my way to Wash
ington to see of I can't get myself electid
ez Manager uv a Labor Association, and
so make a livin till there comes a change
in the Administration. I would thsten
myself to A. Johnson, but unforchinitly
there ain't enough in him to tie to. I
would as soon think uv tyin myself to a
i car wheel in a storm at sea.
PETROLEUM V. NASA',
(With wuz Postmaster.)
our gittit Aokto.
A bore meeting Douglas Jerrold
id; "Well, what's going on to-day?"
"I am," exclaimed Jerrold, darting past
the inquirer. ,
—lt is all very wall to advise the peo
ple to take the bull by the horns, but
what will the bull aforesaid be about all
the time ?
—lt was an apt answer of a young lady
who, being asked where was her native
place, replied : "I have none ; lam the
daughter of a Methodist minister."
—Some crusty, rusty, fusty, lusty,
musty, dusty, gusty, curmudgeon of a
man gave the following toast at a cele
bration : "Our tire-engines—May they
be like our old maids—ever ready, but
—First Young Man of the day.— "Why
•Arry 'ow is it you don't let yer
moustache grow?" Second Young Man
of the Day.—"So I did for a week or so,
but I found it took away all the play and
expression of my mouth."
—"Here's your money, dolt, and now
tell me why your rascally master wrote
eighteen letters about that contemptible
sum?" "I'm sure I can't say, but if
you'll excuse me, sir, I sort o' reckon
'twas because seventeen didn't fetch IL"
—Barnum wants to got a nightmare to
exhibit at his museum. Let him eat a
mince pie' three sausages, half a dozen
pickles, a plate of salad, and a few pigs'
feet at midnight, and go at once to b e d.
He will get one of the animals in two
hours or less.
—A vitidoWor7 having taken another
wife, was nevertheless always paying
some panegyric to the memory of his late
spouse in thepreeenee of the living one,
who one day added, with great feeling,
"Believe me, nly dear, nobody regrets ber
more than I do."
—"pear me," exclaimed Stiggins,
"that field, surgeon gave Squantum's boy
a new lip front t ohild'is own cheek 1
What a painful operation it must have
been t" "I've had a pair of lips :taken
from my cheek*KW! than once," replied
Mrs. Stiggins , iltio4 it wasn't a painful
—An Indianapolis lawyer has received
the following : "Sir can I get a devors
how soon on
,rounds` tiptn I cannot sup
port Kiri% havvi =One child, a boy. am
willing to take.care of the boy, ans. lowa
ditty Jo state what it will cost, if it costs
$2O I cant.pay that much. Direct to box
240 Burlington Vermont.
INY OUR BPNCIAL AUTIIITJ
"• 1 "1
THE VIRGINIA DEMOCRACY.
The new Governor elect making his speech
with two leading Democrats as right and
liveryboly Buys their Clothing
MYERS & RATH FON,
AND SAVES ATONES
MY ERS & RATHFON keep the largest
MEN, YOUTHS AND BOYS,
All our own manufacture. We guarantee the
goods as represented or money refunded. We
have just returned from the east with a full and
complete stock of
CLOTHS, TRICOTS, PIQUES AND conT[Nos
111 all colors
UASSIMERES 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'sI FURNISHING 000DSiS full.
Thankful for past patronage we hope by
selling goods low to merit a continuance of
MYERS & RATIIFON,
Southeast Corner of Centre Square,
tpll3-Iy] Lancaster, Penn',,
BEAU MONDE HALL !
531 PENN SQUARE, 531
A LARGE LOT OF
VESTINGS, &c., &c.,
SPRING AND SUMMER WEAR
LEVI G. COLEMAN, Cutter
BUCH & BRO.,
Boots and Shoes.
MARSHALL & SON'S
BOOT AND SHOE STORE,
CENTRE SQUARE, LANCASTER, PA,
iNOTHER FRESH ARRIVAL—Gies Us A CALL
The only place for good and substantial work
Where can be seen the largest and best assort
men t of Men , s and Boys>
BOOTS AND SHOES
ever brought to this city. Ladies', Misses' awl
Children's plain and fancy Shoes, Balmorale
and Buttoned Gaiters.
Si' Also, RUDDERS OF EVERY KIND, which
we invite you to call and examine; feeling eon
tldent that we can warrant all to
REINHOLD 4.% STUBBS,
No. 104} North Queen St., Square above
the R. R. Depot.
BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS.
Have just arrived from the city with a large and
elegant stock of Boots and Shoes, Gaiters,
etc., superior to ally ever before brought to
this market, which are offered at the fol
lowing astonishing low prices :
Men s Calf Boots $3.00 to $7.00
" Box-toe Congress Gaiters.... 3.00 to 4.00
11 Congress Gaiters 2.50 to 3.00
11 Balmorals 2.00 to 3.00
" Lasting Congress Gaiter' 8.00 to 875
11 Oxford Tie 2.75 to 3.50
Boys' Gaiters 2.00 to 8.00
a Calf Balmorals 1.50 to 2.00
Youths Calf Balmoraki 1.25 to 1.75
Ladies high-polish Lasting Gaiters. 2.50 to 3.25
11 Lasting Balmorals 1.25 to 1.75
" Lasting Congress Gaiters 1.50 to 2.00
" fine Glove Kid Button Boot.. 3.26 to 4.00
11 " Glove Kid Polish 800 t... 2.60 to 8.25
11 " Morocco Button 800 t.... 2.25 to 3.00
" " Goat Balmoral 9.00 to 2.50
" 1 11 Turkey Morocco Button. 8.00 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 2.60
a Lasting high-polish 2.00 to 2.25
Children's shoes of all kinds 50 to 1.50
WAn inspection of the stook is solicited.
WOur work is all warranted.
WAll kinds of custom work manufactured
in the very best style itt abort notioe, at the
lowest easb prices
mart-insi] IIItINHOLD & STUBBS.
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WEST KING STREET.
All the latest helps for Superintendents Teach
errs and Bible Students, new Charts with Ob
ject Lessons, a new System of Rewards, mak
g evhooery Scholar a worker in the interest of
ALL rlial LATUT
SUNDAY SCHOOL MUSIC BOOKS,
CLASS BOOKS, ho
Common School & Miscellaneous Books,
STATIONERY AND FANCY GOODS,
HALF DIME SHEET MUSIC,
BIBLES AND TESTAMENTS.
AT PHILADELPHIA WHOLESALE PRICES
it Call and sae for yourselves.
inyl4-tf] D. S. BABE.
J. H. SHEAFFER,
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER,
Has removed his large stock
BOOKS and STATIONERY,
NO. 62 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
Oppoeite Shobees Hotel,
FOUR DOORS NORTH OF ORANOR-STREICT
ap9-W] LANCASTER, PA
• ATTORNEY AT LAW
OYFICF,: SOUTH . QU E EN :- , T., second house 14
low the " Fountain Inn," Lancaster, Fa.
Ar B. LI VI NGSTON,
f.fi • ATTORNEY AT LAW
Orvicen No. 11 NORTH DUKE ST., west side
north of the Court Douse, Lancaster, Pa.
ArronNEy AT LAW.
Orpicis: tie. 3 SOUTH DUKE STREET, Lan
JOHN 13. GOOD.
ATM): NEI AT LAW.
Ovvica: N 0.56 EAST lit N Ur ST., Lancaster,
j W. JOIES.NON,
• ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OFFICE.: No 25 SOUTH QUEEN ST., Lanett
TA P. ROSENMILLER, JR.
• ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OFFira: With A. Haan SMITH, Esq., Souti
Queen St., opposite the office of "Father Mira
ham," Lancaster, Pa.
A C. REINOEIIL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Dams: \0.3 SOUTH DUKE ST., Lanco-k4vr
JOILN P. ILEA,
ATTORN Er AT LAW
OYFICH: With lion. O.J. Dioxicr, N 0.21 SOUT)i
QUEEN ST., Lancaster, Pa.
MARTIN R A U
T i o `T
T RN ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OFFICE of the late Hon. THADDEUS STEVEN- ,
No. 2K South Queen St., Lancaster, l'u.
A MOS 11. AtYLIN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OFFICE: No. 8 SOUTH QUEEN ST., Imuons.V.)•
°PPR:4:: With General J. W. ' , mom, NORTII
DUKE ST., Lancaster, Pa.
• ATTORNEY AT LAW
Opyfox: No. 19 91011.TU DUKE Street, Laneas
ter, Pa, [deo IS-lyr
. ATTORNEY AT LAW
No. 45 NORTH SIXTH ST., Reading, Pa.
• ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLER
No. 604 COURT STREET, (opposite tho Court
House,) Reading, Pa.
G ROVER & BAKER'S
FAMILY SEWING MACHINES,
493 BROADWAY, .ti YORK
730 CHESTNUT STREET, PHILADELPHIA
POINTS OF EIOELLENOE.
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 wastt
Wide range of application without change of
The seam retains its beauty and firmness arty'
washing and ironing,
Besides doing all kinds of work doneby other
Sowing Machines, these Machines execute the
most beautiful and permanent Embroidery and
Si"-The Highest Premiutns at all the Fairs
and exhibitions of the United States and
Europe, have been awarded the (;rover Baku
Sewing Machines, and the work done by them,
wherever exhibited In competition.
air The very highest prize, THE GROSS 01.'
THE LEGION Ok HONOR, was conferred on
the representative of the Grover & Baker Sew
ing Machines, at the Exposition Universelle,
Paris, 1867, thus at testing their great superiority
over all other Sewing Machines.
For sale by
North Queen street,
THE HONE SEWING MACHINE.
As a Holiday Gift to a Sister, W ife 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 tinds that, after all, the
HOWE is the machine for him.
Sooner or later, everybody will have the
Every Machine is warranted.
Everyone 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 inviteal whether they purpose
pritroluming or not, to call and get specimens ot
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,
My; North Queen Street.
Hats, Caps, Furs, &c.
SHULTZ & BROTHER,
NO. 20 NORTH QU'EEN STREET
Latest style Fall and Winter HATS and CAPA
in all qualitiat and colors.
LADIES' FANCY FURS,
We are now opening the largest and most
omplete assortment of Ladies' and Children's
FANCY FURS ever offered in this market, et
very low prioes.
ROBES! ROBES!! ROBES!!!
Braßill° Robes, lined and unlined; Hudson Bay
Wolf, Prairie Wolf, Fox, Coon, ao.
BLANVETS AND LAP RUGS
Of all qualities, to which we would partioularly
invite the attention of all persons in want ei
articles In that line.
GLOVES, GAUNTLETS and MITTS
KID, Lo., ite
Ladies' Fine Fur Trimmed Gloves, Gauntlets
Mitts and Hoods.
PULSE WARMERS and EAR MITTS.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
OPPOSITE PIHtNA. R. IL DEPOT.
W. H. EMMINGER & 00.,