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The dwelling house of Mrs. S. C. Stam
baugh near this city, on the Litiz turnpike,
was entered and robbed, on Tuesday night
last, of about $6O in money and a diamond
cluster ring. The latter was valued at $2OO.
The thermometer reports from neighboring
cities and towns for the closing days of last
week ran from 90 up to 100 degrees.
Mutton is falling. People who have heads
of that sort should look to it and not get hurt.
C. Morbus along with B. Complaint have
arrived here—and contemplate remaining as
long as the cucumber family is about.
Thos. Feral), Esq.,
formerly of this city,
and publisher of the Lancaster Intelligencer,
has resigned his position as C hief Clerk in the
office of Commissioner of Customs, at Wash
ington. He has been in office thirty-three
years, haying been appointed during Van
If you want to purchase a good sewing
machine, buy a Grover & Baker, a Howe, or
a Wheeler & Wilson. They are the best in
We regret being called upon to announce
the death of Dr. H. B. Bowman, of Neffsville,
on Wednesday morning. He had been suf
which occurred at his residence in Neffevilie
fering for some weeks past from an apoplectic
stroke, though hopes were entertained that he
would shortly recover therefrom. He has
held several important public offices and was
widely known and respected. He was in the
65th year of his age at the time of hie decease.
Funeral takes place to-morrow.
The commencement exercises of the State
Normal School, Millersville, took place yes
On Saturday night last the barn of Mr. Jas.
Stauffer, who resides near the Gap, was, with
its contents, entirely destroyed by Bre. No
The Lexington Union Sunday School will
hold its fourth annual celebration on Saturday
August 7th, in Hiram Kline's woods.
PROCLAIM THE JOYOIrS NEWS throughout
all the land ! Dr. Pierce's Alterative Ex
tract, or Golden Medical Discovery arrests
and cures Consumption in its early stages,
and is a positively sure and certain remedy
for Bronchitis, Laryngitis, and all lingering
Coughs. Sold by druggists, or enclose three
dollars and twenty-live cents to Dr. R. V.
PIERCE, Buffalo, N. Y., and get three bottles
free of express charges.
CHESTER COUNTY.—On Saturday even
ing before last the barn of James Lynch,
Jr., in Upper Oxford township, was to
tally consumed by fire Mr. Newton
Miller, of Uwehian, was knocked down
and stunned by a stroke of lightning, but
recovered A Methodist Camp Meeting
will be held .in Young's woods, West
Bradford, some time next month On
Sunday before last a boy named Dannan,
in tussling with another lad, in West
Chester, fell and broke his arm One day
last week a savage encounter occurred be
tween two large bulls, in North Coventry
township. One of the animals, belonging
to Mr. IL A. Focht, broke into the premi
ses of Mr. Jamb Hahn, who had one of
about equal, or probably a little larger
size. A fierce battle at once ensued, last
ing, it is supposed, for some time, the bo
vines, in their desperate struggle, tramp
ling over about an acre of grass, breaking
down several trees of considerable size,
and knocking over forty panels of fence.
Finally the bull belonging to Mr. Hahn
got his antagonist at a disadvantage in
some way, against a stump, broke his lee,,
and gored him fearfully, causing his death.
BERKS COUNTY.—The Hancock club,
of Reading, on returning from the State
Convention, proceeded to a beer saloon
and got on a fresh drunk. An attempt to
get up a ratification meeting resulted in a
fizzle ... ..Blixina, Heckman, arrested on
ithe charge of infanticide, sortie ill:neap:4 •
was brought before Judge Woodward,
and admitted to bail in the sum of
$5OO. Peter Maurer, aged 70, was killed
by the upsetting of a wagon loaded with
grain, near Greshville Fourteen persons
were baptized in the Schuylkill, at Read
ing, by Rev. Mr. Peters, of the United
Brethren Church, on the 15th inst A
meeting was held in Reading on Sunday
last, in the Presbyterian Church, to form
a county Sabbath School Institute. Speech
es were made by Rev. Mr. Taylor, Secre
tary of the State Sabbath School Associa
tion, and by Rev'ds. Fernley, Frear and
Richards, of Reading. It was agreed to
hold an institute on the 14th , 15th and 16th
of September next.
YORK COUNTY.—William Keyser, of
Chanceford, on Sunday before last fell
from a tree and broke his arm John
Light is to go up in a balloon to-morrow,
from Center Square, York On Tuesday
night last week some bulars attempted
to eater the residence of .. H. Craley, in
Lower Windsor. but were discovered and
driven away. On the following night a
half blirrel of mackerel and some butter
was stolen from the'spring house of Wm.
Knislex, in the same neighborhood
Sarah button fell into a lock of the canal.
about twenty "miles below Wrightsville,
and was drowned, on Thursday the 9th
inst The barn of Thomas J. Cooper,
in Peach Bottom township, was struck by
lightning recently and slightly damaged
The store of V. G. Stubbs,. of Peach
Bottom, was robbed of some goods and
$lOO in money On Monday a week
Willie Bates, of the borough of York, fell
into a tub of boiling water and was scald
ed so badly that death shortly after ensu
ed The Methodist Sunday School held
a pic-nic on last Friday at Hanover Junc
tion The barn of Daniel Markey, 4
miles from York, was destroyed by tire
TueadiOnight last. •
T" LADIZAtIMIND for is adotrand
wig; a' nat Steel engrs f those two
Yanthfal lovers; PaulandV al/--s double
paged and handlemel oolor Fashion Plate,
containing the latest y
Paris styies—a picture of
Maidenhood, in illustratian of 'Longfellow's
sweet poem—and the usual number of miscel
laneous engravings, illustrating sea-side cos
tumes. children's fashions, hats, head-dresses
dinner and walking toilets, £o., &a. The musk;
of this mouth is a ballad, 'Y Ms Rose of Brin. ll
Published by Deacon & - Peterson, 319 Walnut
street, Philadelphia, at, &Ma year (whush also
incluincludes a large steel en graving. ) Four copies
Copies (and )1M ' T h 4
LSAyls Friend " and "The baturday Evening
Post" (and one engraving), $3.00. Specimen
numbers sent for ten cents.
A NEW NOTELET BY MRS. HARRY WIN/D.—ln
the SATURDAY EVENING POST OfJuirmbAanew
serial is begun by the celebra t ed suutor of
4 ' East Lynne" It is called "Quo WM CANTERII
1110 El WILL", and opens in this author's usual in.
teresting manner, An extra edition will be
printed of the early numbers of this story, but
those wishing it would do well to apply early.
sample copies of TUE POST, containing the open
ing Chapters, will be sent gratis. Price of TNa
Posr, g2:50 a year ; tour copies,.o.oo Address H.
Peterson it Co., 819 Walnut Street,Philedelphia.
HARPER'S MONTRGY.—The August number of
Harper is replete with interesting contribu
tions. Here is a list of the papers in the num
ber Wore us: PlotuEes Japauese,
Theory of Heat, South East Sauntkrings in
England, A Brave Lady, Dlswyour conclusions
The Graves at Newport, Hetty's Liberal Educa
tion, slavery in Palaces, A Peep at Finland
Reminiscences of Oxford, A Wonder, My Ene
my's Daughter Borro wed Bagga_ge, The New
Home, August bays, The New Timothy, Edi
tor's Easy )hair, Book Table, Monthly Record,
Drawer. Harper & Bros., New York, publish
ers. For sale at our Book Stores.
HEARTH AND HOMY', No. 30, is before us. it Is
a specially line one, both in the variety and ex
cellence of its matter and the beauty and value
of its illustrations. It contains the beginning
of the very interesting story, "The Romance of
a Rich Young Girl," by Octave Fuillet, author
of "The Romance of a Poor Young Man," which
was everywhere so deservedly popular, besides
other in Zeresting and instructive reading mat
ter. To get it address l'ettingill, Bates and Co.,
37 Park Row, N. Y. Terms $4 per annum in ad
vance or ten cents per copy.
To the Republican Voters of Lancaster
We, the undersigned Republicans of the Bor
ough of Columbia, take pleasure in offering
Mr. Peter Fraley as a candidate for the Assom.
biy. From a long knowledge of the character
and qualifications of Mr. Fialey, we feel confi
dent he would make a faithful and efficient
Representative. We, therefore, urge our fel
low-citizens of the county to give him their
suffrages at the ensuing primary election :
John Q. Denney, Milton Wike,
H. G. Minich, BenJ. Haldeman,
Jacob Auwerter Wm. U. Hess,
Philip Shreiner, John Peart,
John B. Bachman, A. 0. Newpher,
George Bogle, S. Atlee Booking,
J. W. Stmt . Abram Bruner, Sr.,
Abram Bruner, Jr., Jacob Strive
A. J. Kauffman, And many others. •
itirAnnotincerments of candidates for OffiCO
lIIIBT DE PAID IN ADVANCE. This rule is imper
We are authorized to announce candidates
for nomination at the Republican primary elec
tion, to be held on SATURDAY, At:ivel' 28th, as
ESAIAS BILLINOPELT, Adamstown.
grummet; DEMURS, MinCTSVille.
. W. SHXNK, City.
JOHN M. STEIIMAN, Penn.
JOHN B. W Alt.FlcL, city.
THOMAS A. CLARK, Drumoro.
CAPT. ABRAHAM ODSHALI, East Cocalico
DR. E. B. HERR, Manor.
JACOB G. PKTEREI, COHOEHOgS.
MAJ. A. C. RRINOEHL,
CAPT. WM. I). ItaiTzst., East Hempfield.
AARON B. SUMMY, East liemplielcl.
JOHN ARMSTRONG, Martic.
SOLOMON Dmmm. Marl.
PETRA JOHNS, East Lampeter.
Amos Gnosis, Hartle.
JOHN MILDEBRAND I MOHIIt JOy
JoHN M. JACOBY, lity.
ISAAC MISHLBit, City.
CAPT. WM. 1). STAUFFER, formerly Of Earl twpo
late of the Ist Penn'a Reserves, and of the
196th P. V., present Clerk for Prothonotary.
CLERK OF QUARTER SESSIONS.
BXNJAMIN F. Row; Providence
CLERK OF ORPHANS , COURT
Amos F. swinoenr, formerly of Salisbury twp.,
now of Earl, and late Sergeant tith Regiment
P. V. infantry.,
CAPT. JOBS Q. MERCER, City (late of Sadsbury.)
JAcoa W. BEAR, East Donegal.
HENRY BECHTOLD, Mount Joy.
Gxo. W. COMPTON, Chin'olltOWll.
MARTIN S. FRY, Ephrata.
JACOB D. GOMM City.
LIEUT. A. C. fitan, West Lampeter.
JEHEMIAH ROHRER, City, late Major 127th Regi•
meat Penn% Volunteers, 2,41 Division, 2d Corps,
Army of the Potomac.
Du. W. M. WHITESIDE, City, late Lieutenant of
Company E 10th Regiment first three months'
imenervice, and Captain of Company I, 79th Reg
t P. V.
Wu. ROBERTS, West Hemptleid.
H. K. STONER, West Lampeter. (Manufacturer
of Ag ricultural Implements.)
JESSE rezirmießSClCEß, Clay.
IsAix Brost, Vphrata.
CHAMBERS—Lorca. July 11th, 1869, by Rev. W.
8. 11. Keys, of Columbia, Andrew Chambers, of
Lancaster, and Miss Mollie A. Long, of Peters-
burg, Lancaster county. No cards.
Doawsw.r—MERKINH. On the 20th inst., at the
residence of the bride's parents, by Rev. 'Father
Keenan, James C. Donnelly to Miss Julia T.
iptekinmeW44_4o tbfa Qtly4, -
LHURTE. July 14th. at Renville, Henry H.
Kurtz, Esq., aged M years, 10 months and 15
KILLIAN. July 17th, in this ci, John S. Kil
lian, aged 68 years, 2 months an d? days.
ALBRIGHT. July 11th, at the residence of his
parents in West Philadelphia, Willie L., only
child of John M. and Mary A. Albright, aged 2
years and 11 months.
SHINDLE. Jul, 19th, in this city, Anna, daug
ter of Sample and Rebecca V. Shindle, in t he
sth year of her age.
LONG. On the 19th inst., in this city, Mary
SHAEFFER. On the 18th bud , in this city,
Catharine, wife of Wm. Shaeffer, in the 29th
year of her age.
Scams. July , 21st, in this city, William R.
Burns, in the 48th year of his age.
Bowmarr. July 21st, in Renville, Dr. H. B.
Bowman, in the 86th year of his age.
Lancaster Household Markets.
LANOLIIITIE July 21 .
Butter, s. 35
Lard," lb 20 a 22
Ego, p dos. .20
Meal, by the quarter 9
App l eotates, p half pk 10
peck • 10
Pears peek 20
Tomat pl oe l4 s
(pee R. R.) ip IA peek... 80
Green Corn (do, p dos 25
Cucumbers pl. dos 8
Blackberries vs qt
Green for Orrpes y 1 qt
Currants 10 quart
Oats, 11 bag of 8 bus..
Philadelphia Produce Market.
PaILADICLPHIA, July 21.—There is no change
in seeds; we quote olaverseed at $126.96.36.199.
Timothy at $6.2505.50 ; awl flaxseed at 2.60 per
No. 1 queroitron bark has again declined one
dollar per ton, and 20 hhds. sold at $4ll.
The demand for our continues extremea
limited, but supplies come forward slowly a
we continue our former quotations ; amon
sales were 9011 bids. Penn. extra family, 4001:)15.
Ohio do. do ., and 100 bbls. Andrew's 11bW w heat
r i ll
on secret te • 10Q bids. choice St. Louis fam
ily at, 25 ; lo,Se of enze.r_tine . 01511110
• • ;zo V, meetiein gnu-
7at .ao Pe_n. 4p. eat
;l7 • Of i % . de, at g .and ftnor ts
_,,, a . : ' . •
ye dourf l aratmss.lost 26. e
Prices of are nominal.
The wheat r is dull, but prices are un
changed j salsa of WOO bus. new southern red at
$1.5041.52 and 1190 bus. old do. at $1.4061.80;
500 bus. Michigan amber sold at $l.OO.
Rye is very quiet at $l.BB.
Corn is active ; sales of 4000 bus. western
mixed at $1.041.07 ; and 2000 bus, yellow at $l.lO
Oats are steady at 7842800. for western, and
70417im. for Penna.
Whisky is scarce and held at $l.lO, tax paid.
Philadelphia Cattle Market.
MONDAY, July 19.—The cattle market was
very dull this week, but prices were unchan i t;
ed. About 1,900 hea4 arrived and sold at
9 1 ,0. for extra Penn% and western steers; 7
SIAc. for fair to good do., and 606140. 19 Th. gross
for common as to quality. The following are
the particulars of the sales :
87 head, Owen Smith, Western 8 31 1
90 " A. Christy & Bro., do 8 1 ,4
46 " MeCleese, do 7 8 1
165 " P. MeFillen, do 8 0 ili
100 " P. liathaw_ay, do 8 09 1
109 " James Mennen, do 8 09 1
47 "B. F. Moloillen 8i 9 1
75 " Isl. Merißen. do s ine,
102 " Martin, Full** & Co., do 7 1 ,4 OA
110 " Meow& & Smith, 7
do 8 9 1 4
Thos Homey & Bro, do
80 " H. Chain do
.. 6 It
100 " Frank & scharnoerg, do 6%0 8
95 " Hope & Co., do NC 94
40 " John Moirdle d0...,,6/ 8 :4
58 " Elkin & Co., Virgitl 6 7
88 " S. Frank, do 7 8
Cows were without change ;_l5O head sod at
440065 for springers, and 05075 19 head for cow
Sheep were unebikeed l el,ooo head sold at th e
different yards at 4,1,4 . L gross.
Hogs were higher ; , bead sold at the
Wilton and Avenue Drove Yards, at OSAMU V
lOU U. net.
New Advertise ts.
WHEELER & ON
FAMILY SEWING MACHINES,
wilt, all the Latest Improvements.
Sir Th e Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine
was awarded the only GOLD MEDAL given for
Sewing Machines over eighty-two competitors
at the - Universal Expos On held in Paris 18e7.
Machines sold on Least Plan at the Cash Price.
ONLY TEN DOLLARS.
PETERSON & CARPENTER.
General Agent s,
64 N. Queen-st., Lancaster, Pa.
P. S.—Energetic Business Men wanted to sell
the Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine in I own
and country. Good inducements. [Jy2B-lm
RIDDLE & COCHRAN'S,
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THE LADY'S FRIEND,
GODEY'S LADY BOOK.,
FRANK LESLIE'S ILLCIPD NSWEIPAPER,
FRANK LESLIE'S CHIMNEY CORNER,
FRANK LESLIE'S BOYS A. GIRLS WEEKLY,
NEW YORK LEDGER,
ARTHUR'S HOME MAGAZINE,
NEW YORK WEEKLY,
JOB PRINTING DON
FATHER ABRAHAM 0
. . 1.50
Two Doors North of Express Office.
Will find it to their interest to give us a call.
NEWSPAPER, BOOK AND JOB POINTERS,
and all the
LATEST PUBLICATIONS, litt
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It is ordered by the Courts, that Adjourned
Courts for MIS, for the trial and decision of eases
in the Common Pleas, ( irphans , Court and Quar
ter Sessions, be held as follows :
One week commencing MONDAY, March 15th
6t June 21st.
It 4 It Sept. '2oth.
'• It Dec. :Nth.
To dontinue one week from said clays respect
ively, mut 8 Much longer as the business may
require. son the list for argume in
the Comm as will be taken ep on ,the t
(lays of the 818 terms and be proceeded t
uptil ilispeeed eunless continued by consent
or for caned aiiiterin.
The CUM On the argument list for the Or
phani' Court, will be taken up immediately
upon the cases in the Common Pleas having
been gone through with.
Thi cases in the Quarter Sessions will be com
menced after the cases in the orphans' Court
shall bare been beard or continued. It is fur
ther ordered that the absence of counsel at the
time ppointed for hearing the cases mentioned
in t e preceding order, shall be no cause for
II gins proceed i . gs therein, unless by con-
Oen or legal ground for a continuance be
uat i n
ADJOURNED JURY TRIALS.
reek commencing MONDAY, Feb. Ist.
a" Feb. 15th.
it II Feb. 22c1.
0 44 May 24th.
" 44 May 31st.
II " • Aug. 30th.
a ft Oct. lath.
44 " Oct. 25th.
'. " Nov. 291,11.
i at such other periods as may be appoint
the said Courts, or at regular terms.
1 foregoing to bepublishe.l in all the news+
's in the city and county of Lancaster, by
isertion email. at the expense of the coml.
- 11 to be pre sented at the Commissioners
Ordered defalting Jurors to be fined
W. L. BEAR,
edii DMINISTRATORS NOTICE.
Estate of Ray. W ASIIINGTON V. GOT-
W .D, late of Lancaster, decd . Letters of ad-
m titration on said estate having been grant
the undersigned, persons indebted there
to e requested to make immediate payment,
and those having claims or 4emands against
the same will pr6tent thorn for settlement to
the undersigned, residing in Lancaster.
jef.s-6tl G. M. ZAHM, Adm'r.
.gearing ,Wat, . eak Eyes,
Memory, when calmed by the vlo
ow they all frequently are. I
good faith a standing reward f. f We for
O. ease of Catarrh that I cannot eure.
FOR SALE BY MOST DRUMM/WS EVERY
Ask your Druggist for the Rzstsny; but if be
has not, got it on sale, don't be put off by so
eeptuig any miserable Worse than worthless
subititute, but enclose sixty cents to me, and
the Remedy will be sent you Viet paid. Four
packages 400, or one dozen for 00, Bend a
two cent stamp . for Dr. Sage's pamphlet on
llaiarrh. Address the Proprietor,
R. V. PIRRCR, H. D.
Buffalo, N. Y.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an appli
cation will be made at the next session of the
EfLe Legislature of Pennsylvania for the area
of a corporate body with banking privi-
I es, to be located in the village of New Rol
. d , in Lancaster county, to be named and
yied the "NEW HOLLAND rICHANGE,
MOUNT AND DEPOSIT COMPANY ," the
Mc object of which shall eto receive
oaeys on deposit, and to do a generalbanking
iness, and the amount of , . tel of which
U not exceed the sum of $ 40,1 , , .00.
By the Committee.
D. P. ROSENMILLER, JR.,
,olkifreand Lancaster, and Harrisburg Weekly
The best Frutt Jar is the MASON JAR.
SAFE, RELIABLE AND SIMPLE.
`, ' EVERY JAR WARRANTED.
'4O GROSS FOR SALE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
41 . 841, other good Jars, and the choicest selection
of GROCERIES in the city,
At No. 18 EAST KING STREET
jirlB-tf D. S. BURSK.
PHICX ONLY 50 CNITB
SPRING AND SUMMER
EAGER & BROTHERS,
LADIES DRESS GOODS,
GENTS , FURNISHING STORE
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES & VESTING,
FRENCH AND AMERICAN
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS
A Dill and complete stock at the
jet-tfd] LOWEST PRICES
THOS. J. WENTZ,
EAST KING STREET,
SIGN OF THE BEE HIVE,
Now offers a full assortment of
GLOVES and HOSIERY,
FloO;.& Table Oil Cloths,
LOST INDUCING PRICES.
Hind attention paid to all.
special care taken to show our stock.
WENTZ BEE HIVE,
my2s-tf] No. 5 East Ring street
JOHN D. SKILES,
AT HIS NEW STORE,
NO. 24 EAST KING STREET,
Has just opened
THE MOST ELEGANT STOOK
SPRING AND SUMR DRY GOODS
440 , 1 0 4 2Ter offered to the
CffritaffS OF LANCASTER.
bJO pe. CALIQOES from 9 to 1214. per yard.
A Sue assortment of SQUARE SHAWLS of
BLEACHED MUSLINS I
All the Best and Popular Makes
A fine assortment of
FRENCH, ENGLISH & AMV,RICAN
Which we will make up to order at short notice,
best style, low prices.
A large assortment of our own Manufacture for
MEN AND DOVE WEAR,
AT LOW PRICES.
CARPETS 1! ! CARPETS 1!!
50 ps. BRUSSELS THREE-PLY,
INGRAIN, RAG AND HEAP CARPETS,
OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS, RUGS, &c.
A line assortment of Window Shades at very
Low Prices. [my7-ly
JACOB BARNUM, N. a. BARNUM, JOHN L. BILLIE.
N 0.27 WEST KING -ST., LANCASTER, PA.,
Dealers in Foreign and Domestic
GLASS AND QUEENSWARE,
Cloths, Cassimeres, Sattinetts, Jeans, Tweeds
Lindaeys, Flannel!, Tickings, CheekEN Plaids,
Alpaeeas, Dress Goods, Ginghams, Calicoes,
Muslim and Drills,
White Goods, Notions, St No. 1 Feathers,
MEN AND BOYS , WEAR,
Made up at astonishing Low Prices.
aar Call and examine our stock before pur
chasing elsewhere. [febl2,69-ly
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Contains all the news of the week up to Friday
night, and gives more fresh reading than can be
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Timms: $2.00 PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE.
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dee 18.41m1 Lancaster, Pa.
ZAIIM Sr, JACKSON,
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
AN I) SILVER-PLATED WARE;
SPECTACLES AND FANCY GOODS,
No. 15 NORTH. QUEEN STREET,
Kil-REPAIRI•NG ATTENDED TO.'“
CLOCKS, CLOCKS, CLOCKS.
The undersigned keep. constantly on hand &
large and full assortment, of the
GRNUINE AMERICAN WATCHES,
of different weight and finish, to snit all, which
are sold upon the most reasonable tprms, and
guaranteed to give satisfaction.
Keeps also on hand a good issortment of
Call and examine the goods before purchasing
Thankful for past favors, I solicit a continu
ance of the same. HENRY F. ANDREWS
Jan 1-13r* . l •Strasburg, Lancaster co., Pa..
Books and Stationery.
SUNDAY SCHOOL BOOKS
AT FULTON ROW,
WEST KING STREET.
All the latest help.s for 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 BOORS, &O.
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HALF DIME SHEET MUSIC,
BIBLES AND TESTAMENTS,
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Sir Call and see for yourselves.
myl44!) . D. S. BARE.
J. H. SHEAFFE.R,
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-STREET
ap9-tf] LANCASTER, PA.
Book and Job PrintLng.
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PLAIN AND FANCY PRINTING
OF ALL RINDS.
From the largest POSTER to the smallest CARD
or CIRCULAR, executed in the best style, and
at reasonable prices.
S3l-Orders from a distance promptly attend
OFFICE.—NO. 18, SOUTH QUEEN STREET
NEW SPRING GOODS.
GEO. B. COLEMAN,
No. 14 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
(Late Wiley's Shoe Store,) f
Has in store a Fine Assortment of
French, English and American
CLOPHS, COATINGS AND CASSIMEIIES,
which he is prepared to make up to order in
the latest styles for
SPRING AND SUMMER WEAR,
ON THE MOST REASONABLE TERMS.
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION ON HAND.
.13 , 9 tf
Coal, Lumber, te.e.
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COAL, OF THE BEST QUALITY.
YABD—COR. WATER ST. AND PA. R. R. -*
Osynos—NO. 9 EAST ORANGE ST.,
LANCASTER PA. Oft 18-ly
8.8. MARTIN, MICRIIRRT THOMAS, JOEB 8. swim
FEET OF DRY LUMBER.
MARTIN, THOMAS & CO.,
COLUMBIA, LANCASTER CO., PA.,
At LOCK HAVEN, CLINTON COUNTY, PA.,
WHITE PINE HEMLOCK,
POPLAR WALNUT ASH,
PICKETS } LATH,
mhl2-15q BOX BOARDS, Ac.,
Furnishing Goods, &v.
UNDERCLOTHING, STOCKINGS, GLOVES,
COLLARS, CUFFS, SLEEVE. BUTTONS,
M Dent's ware generally, at
No.l Iy ■ NORTH QUEEN ST., Lancaster.
Axil vver ous grosser shtock goods—suitable
for Krishdogs, hei•Yohrs un onnery Presents—
Selmnp:Dieher, Collars, Rem
(erniel K'nep, liemmer.fronts, Pocket
Eicher, Perfumery FlohniEhl, Cigar Casa, un:
onnery fancy articles one
E. J. ERISMAN'S, .
UK North Queen Street, Lancaster.
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