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Meeting of the Republican County Com-
The Republican Connty Committee met on
Monday last, to consider the amendments to
the rules, submitted by Senator Billingfelt, on
Monday week. After an extended and rather
exciting discussion, the following were adopt
ed, by a vote of yeas 26—nays 7—the minority
composed of George Brubaker and six of his
followers. " Row are the mighty fallen!" It
is proper to say that Mr. Billingfelt did not
press his amendments, but voted for those
adopted. A report of his remarks will be
found in this paper :
Before any votes shall be received, said judge,
inspectors and clerks shall each make a pledge
of honor that he will perform the duties of
Judge, Inspector or Clerk of said election in
strict accordance with the rules adopted goi , -
erning the primafy elections of the Republican
party in Lancaster county, and to the best of
his abilities, and that he will studiously en
deavor to prevent fraud, deceit or abuse in con
ducting the same, which pledge of honor any
of the said judges, inspectors or clerks so elec
ted may make to each other; and the same
shall be in writing or partly written, and part
ly printed, and signed by said judges, isspec
tors and clerks, and certified to by the party
administering the same and attached to or en
tered upon the return and there certified to us
The number of votes for each person in the
tally list as aforesaid shall be enumerated as
soon as the box Is closed, under the inspection
of the judge and inspectors, and set down as
hereinafter provided in the form of the return.
The following shall be substantially the form
of the poll book to be Kept by the officers con
ducting said election, tilling in the blanks care
Poll Book of tt e primary election held on
Saturday, the day of, A. 1.). 18—, by
the qualitied voters of the Republican party of
Lancaster county, at the house of
in the of , in the county
A. B. being duly elected ae judge ; C. D. and
E. F. as inspectors ; G. IL and 3.1. as clerks of
Bald election severally pledge their word of
honor as per certificate herewith returned.
(Number and names of voters.)
It is hereby certified that the number of
voters forin the county of Lancaster,
voting at this election amounts to -
Attest : Clerks.
Pledge of Honor: We, A. It. as Judge ; D
and E. F'. as Inspectors ; and G. H. and J. IL as
Clerks of this election, do each severally pledge
our word of honor that, we will duly perforok
the duties of judge, inspectors and clerks Of
said election, severally acting as above set
forth according to the rules adopted governing
'he pprimary election of the Republican party
tur county, and to the bust of our
abilities, and that we will studiously endeavor
to prevent all fraud, deceit or abuse in conduc
ting the same.
I hereby ("citify that C. D. and E . b. In
spectors, and G. H. and J. K. as Clerks, were
before proceeding to take any votes at saki
election, first duly pledged as aforesaid.
Witness my hand, die.,
- Judge of Election.
I hereby certify that A. 8., Judge aforesaid,
also pledged his word of honor as aforesaid.
Witness my hand the date before written.
pfirogi:.:4 l it"r"r g it:tll tsmaatilitm
w °le number of ballots cast for each o ce, the
name of each person voted for, and the number
of votes given to each person for each different
°face, which return shall be certified as correct;
signed by the Judge and Inspectors, and a Meet
ed by the Clerks.
The aforesaid list of voters, pledge of honor,
tally list, returns and oertidebites, shall be pre
pared by the Chairman of the County Commit
tee in book-form, to be called the Poll Book mi
aforesaid, and two copies thereof delivered
to the member of the County Committee at
least five days before the primary election,
who shall cause the same to be delivered at the
place of holding said election before the time
of j inlog the polls.
r the po lls are closed, ono of salsa poll
boo oertißed to as as afoltelliiid, shalt hie pit
in an envelope, together with the tickets, pro
perly sealed and delivered in person by-an offi
cer as aforesaid at the meeting of the return
judges. The other poll book, lists and retures,
shall be delivered within one day after the
election, to the member of the County Com
mittee, open to the inspection of any Repub
No returns shalt be received at the meeting
of the return judges, unless the foregoing rules
are strictly complied with; and all returns
must be handed in person by one of said officers
to the President of the return Judges. The
name of said person banding in stud return
*hall be announced by the President, who shell
also at the same time state whether or not the
said person's name appears upon the return as
one of the pledged officers conducting said
The pledges introduced by " Honest Andy'
Armstrong, were amended and adopted, as
q. Will you vote and use your influence
against the further publication of the Legis
lative Record or other documents, as now pub
lished, the substance of which the people now
receive through the public press ?
2. Will you steadily oppose the increase of
salary of the members of the Legislature,
szy increase of the number and pay. of the
olerks and officers of the Senate and House of
Representatives over that now allowed by
law—and in all suitable ways economize the
expenses or the State ?
3. Will you oppose all appropriations of the
public money for new objects, unless of great,
public utility, or to support the public cbad
ties of the State?
4. Will you vote and use your influence for
the passage of more explicit legislation and
more eilicient laws in regard to the funds of
the State, as they accumulate in the Treasury,
for the payment of the State debt, and mak
ing it a misdemeanor in oak* for him to tits
the State funds either directly or indirectly
for himself or his friends.
5. That the candidates for the Senate and.
the Meese of Representatives especially' be
nledged not in dean more mileage than they
are allowed by tlm . law of the State. '
R. That they Neill not 'ha\' ,satm *imp
and folders appointed contrary to. Jow,, and
paid for services which they never rendered.
ITEMS •': '.l.Aent. lfilerttle Herr, ottfte U.'S.
Army, heiiibeeg Choben Itunriletcir i rtr
Inatics,and,Sl44l.frlng in, tikii . /Al lk ir -
verisity. ILieut t Herr is a brothel af_ box , .
Herr, Esq., of this city, and was appointed a
, adet at Weld Paint by the late Hon. Thad.
Stevens, under the system he adopted fbr
selecting" tinietY'lrerfitElßer "ffe - gtinlinli
istis, and for the, last IVro !rears has been in
structor of Mathematics at West Point. We
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waste. • -., - ... - .. a, 3, '.t,
The Presbyterians' Of 'COlumbla 'are abOut
erecting a parsonage to cost :$6,000, on the
corner of Fourth and Walnut streets.
Several of the enterprising farmers of Cole
rain and Little Britain townships, have or
ganized a club for their mutual improvement
in the science of Agriculture. The first meet•
lug will lie at the house of John A. Alexander,
on the first Saturday of August. A highly
A new Methodist Episcopal Church was
dedicated on Sunday last at Manheim.
S. If. Reynolds, George Bowman, John
A. Hiestaud, Esq., and other Laneasterians,
wore at Bedford Springs last week.
The annual commencement of the Normal
School took place on Thursday last. The
Millersville School is in a very flourishing
condition : during the past erasion some 600
students were in attendance. The manage
ment of Prof. Brooks has given additional
impetus to the prosperity of the Institution.
The " vegetable quick step" is quite preva
lent in Lancaster—and vicinity.
Hen. 0. J. Dickey and Postmaster Hauer,
who, with their wives, have been speeding a
few weeks, at the White Moimtains, returned
home on Saturday. .
A very handsome monument has been erect-
ed over the remains of the late 11ev. W. V.
Gotwald, in Woodward Hill Cemetery.
Water was let into the new reservoir at Co
lumbia, on Friday last.
Mr. Albert Gray, formerly of Columbia, has
been appointed U. S. Revenue Storekeeper in
the Fourth Pennsylvania District.
Capt. Groff, of the boat " William Edward,"
of Columbia, was drugged and robbed of $l4O,
at Milton, Pa., a few nights since.
Excursion tickets will be issued from the
office of the Pennsylvania railroad at Mari
etta, to Harrisburg, good from the 9th to the
20th of August, to accommodate all wishing
to visit the great eampmeeting at Hummel s
The place to buy 8c00414 Boons is at
Riddle & Cochran's No. 40 31(nrth Queen-at.
They have the largentand Mint assortment
in the city, and the astilor member of the firm
being a professional teacher, knows just what
Rev. Dr. Mombert preached his farewell
sermon to the congregation of St. James' Epis
copal Church, on Sunday He left on
Tuesday for Dresden, Germany, where he
will open a school for the education of Ame
'We regret to announce the death of Mr.
John S. Lichty, attached to the editorial
corps of the Examiner. He was a young
man of much promise, and his death is much
lamented. He has been in had health for
John S. Light, of Lebanon, made a balloon
ascension at York, en Saturday afternoon
last, and landed near the furnace, in the
southern part of this city, about four o'clock,
just one hour and twenty minutes after leaving
The oats crop in this county is now being
hat vented, and is represented to be a very
Henry Bowman, who kept a tavern near
the Reading depot, (lied suddenly on Sunday
morning last. He had just placed a keg of
lager beer in position to sell, when he was
taken ill, and died before noon. " Remember
the Sabbath day to keep it holy."
John W. Houston, of Columbia, an old and
esteemed citizen, died on Saturday last, after
a short illness. Thus friend after friend dm
The dwelling of Alfred Sanford, near Gap
station, was enterettind tobbed on Thursday
night last, of a small amount of money, and
a case of mathematical instruments.
All kinds of stationery, envelopes, pens,
ink, &c., to be had at Riddle & Cochran's,
No. 40 North Queen-st.
The colored folks attached to the Bethel
wing of the church; will hold a camp-meet
ing in Simon Groh's woods, about a mile
northeast of Marietta, commencing on Sat
urday, the 14th of August. .
Some of the colored young men of Marietta,
are about to organize a brass band.
A pocket-book was picked up on Friday
last, at the Elizabethtown station, by a pas
senger just alighting from a train. It was
claimed by Joseph Marks, of this city, who
was present. It was afterwards ascertained
that it belonged to a Mr. Baiuy, of Elizabeth
town. Marks was arrested and taken before
a justice, and stated that he had discovered,
only after reaching home, that the pocket
book did not belong to him, but had not had
time to return it before being arrested. He
was discharged from custody.
James Davis, son of Col. E. W. Davis, of
Philadelphia, and a member of the Legisla
ture, had his skull fractured at Ephrata, on
Friday last, by being thrown from a buggy.
He is recovering.
A son of Mrs. Faust, of Ephrata, was cut
ting a limb from a tree for a fishing rod, when
he fell, the 'knife penetrating one side of his
nose, passing out on the other. He is doing
Sam'l S. Gable, known as " old Sam Switz
Gable," was found hanging on a cherry tree,
on the premises of Mrs. Roth, in Ephrata!
twp., on Saturday. He was 72 years of age,
and was addicted to strong dring.
Five living rattlesnakes were received by
Martin Gross, tavern-keeper at .Ephrata, a
few days ago, from some friends in Western
Michael Grier was found dead in the barn
of Abraham Kauffman, near Silver Springs,
on Sunday last. He was a dissipated man,
and has recently led the life of a wanderer.
Austin T. Palm, of Mechanicsburg, Cutn
berland county, has been elected Principal of
the Public Schools of Columbia.
A new batch of counterfeit currency has
made its appearance. There are also well ex
ecuted counterfeit tens and twenties about.
" SIDNEY ELLIOTT," a new novel, written
by Miss AL ,1). flianAtans of ioanicasiqr, has
Just been poppood, can be 144 Atlf,iddle
Cochran's, d. 40' North Queen street.
Two Irishmen engaged in a prize light at
Columbia on Sunday last---one a landlord.
Both were well bruised. Bad for Columbia
Henry Dock and Albert Hogentogler were
badly injured while excavating for water
pipes, in Columbia,
on Tuesday last. The
bank caved iu upon them.
Mr. Taylor nair, of Earl township, was
badly hurt on Snnilex, while riding in a
buggy. His horse ran away and threw him
Tne fluid extract of lobelia when applied
to mosquito bites, entirely and almost Mitsui:
ly puts an end to their itching. It can be
obtained of any druggist.
Caudidates for meaty Mikes alit btisy
each one visiting his friends and asking their
support ; we wish them all well, and were it
in our power, not one of them should be de
feated/it the isonveution.
Over ninty new houses are now being erected
in this city. Tito Prison Asepot, Mr. Season
ich' is building quite a number, which proves
that he has a "good -thing." No wonder he
wants tobold on "just Ono yemir 'longer."
Fire-balloons drill be pet Jun night after
night until some building burns down,
lralrran'Anitairkkr is read. by mere than
ten thoustrid pqsons every weeit. See to,it,
-Bow nrany, - many > words would ge umisidi
if it was not in talking about ebtr'lrtlatiolit , :
"Sba wed4er ;1' pleasant, weather.
Six yonnE), irent/emen standing oil the'dOrttor
of the stzeeti kii*PoiE uf,Plitutix ikthOr wehlt
pockets;,sirc rbbuths squUtiAlre Slaw* Juice
in every direction; sin pairs of eyes looking
impudently at *very Weirton and girl yarning
by; and six tongues surpassing each other in
indecent remEsolor: ' '
Hiram Kauffman, aged It, eon 'of It L.
Kauffman, residing near Oreville, Malawi&
township, this county, shot a large cranai a
few days ago, which Measured Jive feet ten
inches, front tip to tip of wings, and four feet
nine inches in length from the bill.
The work on the reservoir in this city is rapi
dly approaching completion, and it is epected
that it will be completed this week.
A CAMP MEETI.vn, under the auspices of
the Evangelical Association, will be held on
the old Turkey Hill camp ground, Maher
township, this county, commencing on Mon
day, the 9th of August next, to continue dur
ing the week. Tents will be provided for
those who may wish to wasp, tho., by ap
plying to Levi Overholser,_ at Bafe Harbor
P. 0., Lancaster county, Pa. The charges
for the use of tents for the week, will not ex
ceed the following : 10x12 feet canvas tint,
$2.30 • 16 feet square board tent, $3.00 ; 9x16
feet b oard tent, $1.60, and 7 feet square can
vas sleeping tent, $l.OO. Boarding will be
furnished at moderate rates, by the week,
day, or single meal. A general invitation is
extended to Christians of all denominations.
DON'T HE HUMBUOND with the foolish idea
that Catarrh cannot be cured ! The world
mores, and medical science is progressive.
The proprietos of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
will pay $5OO reward for a Mlle of Cattail'
which he cannot cure. Sold by druggists at
fifty cents, and each package makes a full
pint of the medicine ready for use. Can get
it by mall for sixty mots from Dr. R.Y.
Pluaca, Buffalo, N. Y.
To the Republican Voters of Lancaster
County. PHILADELPHIA, July .2.9.—ThereiS it little InOre
inquiry for flour, but the receipts are fully up
On my return yesterday, after an absence of ' to the demand, and prices remain without
several weeks, I find a report hi extensive cir- I tj m uo u t i atti o l l e so eVa on n i g m e. fi T c he tzirlo i nAcoinprise
inflation, that Mr. J. M. Stehman and I have OA/W.5.75; 100 1 als i ! ‘ d a o. t "io. low grade a e r j!,5.71;;
formed a combination for the senatorship. jr7 i !st l ira&i n lZl t a l . iv' iO s i t i :Jil l i i ii ‘ f t r t i l l o l . a iiiitiliiiC ~t 4s
I t e (
MO hhhi. A leshire
I am not aware what object is intended by , i i i ,his. Indiana do. do. at 47.00
giving circulation to this report, and deem it tro i nTo. o l. P s r 7 ll s . o a - t ;;Of t ) 4 1 1 ;1 1 ) 1 1:. ; (l l :to b d i o s. t i g w atl l iM e .;; ' •
but justice to Mr. Stehman and myself to l a t t lAs. choice Minnesota St 40 4 , and taneY lots
give it au emphatic denial. In order to give Rye A l u (l r ll is in small supply and commands
the originators of this report, or any one else, *
I , r
au opportunity to perform a charitable act, 1 : There
l o s t
n r o r r i e mii n eT u lt r 7 l o o r in w in i a i l
agree, to pay the sum of 8500 to the Home V u ilrima r m s l r oftay tliTieteil a t 2@se. ip
for Friendless Children, of the city of Lancaa- , and southern gl ' r t er at .110@i40-4 . j •li e t i l; at $1.55®
ter, if it can be shown that I have, or any per- •1 te e ; SAO bus. cafifornia to go out of the mar
on terms kept secret, and 0:0 bus. do. at
son by my authority, by word, deed, or impli- ~ • td
cation, formed any combination or ring with 1 n r e a i L s r e s 4 l , y • e a b t a l i tt e .
; yellow at receipts light; sales of
any of the candidates for senator, or with any ID:NC/J.17, and western mixed at #1.14
candidates for the other offices, and select the t4'Ln '
Oats are, steady at 754176 e for Western; cee,7sc.
editors of the several republican papers of this for Delaware and Penn a; 59(7140c. for:new Dela
city a committee to pass and report upon any ”ge stock of whisky here out of the hands of
the city distillers is nearly exhausted, and a
testimony submitted to them. material advance Is demanded.
LANCASTER, July 28, 1811)
(From the Mount Joy Herald.)
Ms. Enema: As the time for the county elec
tion is near at hand, it is important that the
People be informed One character and claims
of the different candidates. Every voter, as lie
is supposed to vote understandingly, should be
convinced that the candidate for whom he casts
his vote is properly qualified for the position
whioh he seeks. There are two things which
are necessary to qualify a person for public
position. The tirst is businesa capacity. The
second is good moral character. Both these are
combined In our townsman Mr. Henry . Bech
told, candidate for Register of Wills. Ile has
Keen known among us for many years as a per
fectly reliable business man. He speaks the
English and German languages, and is capable
of filling any position within the gift of the
county. His moral character is beyond re
proach. He is perfectly honorable and upright,
and is worthy the confidence of the public.
Every citizen of our borough should sustain
him at the coming election, and thus encour
age business talent and moral excellence.
To the Republican Voters of Lancaster
We, the uncle: signed Republicans of the Bor
ough of Columbia, take pleasure in offering
Mr. Peter Fraley as a osudidate for the Aasena
bly. From a long knowledge of the character
and qualifications of Mr. Daley, 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, stilton Wike,
H. (3. irich, Benj. Haldeman,
Jacob Auwerter Wm. U. Hess,
Philip Shreiner, John J'eart
John B. Bachman, A. O. Xewpher,
t;eorge Bogle, S. Atlee Bockius,
J. W. Steacy, Abram Bruner, Sr.,
Abram Bruner, Jr., Jacob Strine,
A. J. Kauffman, And many others.
IFiTAnnouncements of candidates for office
MUST 1111 PAID I ADVANCN. This rule is impel.
We are authorized to announce candidates
for nomination at the Republican primary elec
tion, to be held on SATURDAY, AUGUST Vtb, as
ENAISB MILLINGFELT, Adamstown.
R. W. SHENK, City.
JOHN M. STEHMAN,Penn.
Jolla 13. WAaVeL , City.
THOMAS A. CLARK, DTUMOTe.
CAPT. ABRAHAM GODSHALK, ERA Coca'leo
Da.. E. B. Haan, Manor.
Jacob U. Psrsas, Conestoga.
MAJ. A. C. REINOKHL, Mannehri.
CAPT. WM. D. RICITZBL, East Hempfield.
AARON 11. Suitor, East Menipteld.
JOHN ARMSTRONG, Martic.
SOLOMON Ditts.a, Earl.
PETER JOHNS, East LaITIpRFCF.
Amos Gators., Martic
JOHN MtLDSBRAND I Mount Joy
JOHN M. JACOBY, (JOY.
iNA•C MIISHLNH, City.
CAPT. WM. I). STAUFFER, formerly of Earl twp. ,
Pale of the Ist Penn's Reserves, and of the
196th P. V., present Clerk for Prothonotary.
CLERK OF QUARTER SESSIONS.
BENJAMIN F. Rows, Providence.
CLERK OF ORPHANS' COURT.
AMOS SWIIIIIGART, formerly of Salisbury twp.,
now of Earl, and late sergeant 47th Regiment
P. V. infantry.
Csrr. Joan Q: Maacim, City (late of Salisbury.)
JACOB W. BEAR, East Donegal.
H SS RV BICIITOLD, Mount Joy.
tiso. W. COMPTON, Churehtown.
' lilmtvug S. Fair, Ephrata-
Jame, kirosteS., City.
• !ABUT, A. C. HERR, West Lampeter.
.11CIIIMI A H ROHRER, City, late Major 127th Itegi•
ment Penn'a Volunteers, 2d Division, 2d Corps,
Army ortiuS Potomac.
Dn. W. M. Witivasiox, City, bete Lieutenant of
Company E, lath Regiment drat three months'
• service, and Captain Of Company I, 79th Reg
iment V. V.
I WM. ROBIOLTS, West ilessolleld.
West, ..Litstiostsr. (
of A gyieutitural InspLeme((ts.)
IsAm: STetrt.,4 pfirittit. "
Ani,lovifetl ,to 011441 We as irpfb
SW IC et sEfoltesta.tivp., Is edndidate
for PRISON INSPllatelhoPlalltrt to the decision
of t, voter et the ,ixepik 911,11 pTimawy ; oar
io • • • •
Biesnr.—Raintrant.. Jttir Ma, by Rev. Edwin
H. Nevin, at the residence of t he bride'spnrents,
nt-Verdalita, nawr . Lantatater# T J
.Pa ohn .111 1 .
Biekel, Esoi r t rottsnift, Miss Annie
M. Reinoe , 1444,
t e 11;D• .
.'uli• •Mih, NIS le Jane 1 (11%144er of
Skiing and Leah Ptelierc 4404. at ivontha and 12
ItErgRLY. July • Johnlieverly, aged 70
year*, 10 mtnahaland 140%
SINOLIMON. Ml_ iffirlat*.na. Minnie 13.
danotex c . )t*ergi W. an* t Akt i tr . “4 biPgt
edl • " i lt cinths 4t
Hayrick.. • nly 4Th, Cl Ihn lorrnian; f
I AWBENCK. July . 23k in Sadabury-twp., near
hristiana, Etlwid Lawremie; son or Edwin and
Sarah 'F. Garrett, aged 17 years and 5 months.
DUES KM AN. July 19th, near Bainbridge, Conoy
township, John Breneman, aged 00 years.
HOPKINS. .htly tit Marietta, Sarah 2101)•
kins, wife of Siting Hopkins, ageti 84 years.
Ftownes. July 111th, In Ilanheim, Jolm Flow
ers, aged 78 years, 7 months and 21 days.
1 , BITCHILY. July 2242 at the residence of 111-4
father, itev.-John G. ler t itchey, John H.Fritency.
of Philadelphia, in the 31st year or his age.
Ouse. July 20th, in this etty, Mary Oren, in
then). year of her age.
Lancaster Household Markets.
LANcAsrza, July 2S.
Butter, 1110 30
Lard, 11 24
Eggs, ip doz. 2. 20 1 z`l
spring Chickens sp pair . boeo
eal, by the quarter 10
New potatoes, V half pk 10
Tomatoes (per B. 11 peck... 10
Apples', 1 ,4 peck
Peaches 11 1 ,6 peck
Pears 11 !‘ peek
Blaekbarrtes qt .....
Lawton Blackberries 1 1 qt
Green Foz Grapes 11qt..
Green Corn 11 dos
lAgg Plaate (per IL R. )
Oats, V bag of a bus
U. W. Sitr.xx
Mos woe, July 26.—The cattle market was
very dull this week, but prices were without
material change. About 2,100 head arrived and
sold at iltkiNe. for extra Fonn'a and western
steers ; 7‘&1 1 .4e. for fair to good do.,and 8161.1,e.i1l lb. gross, for common as to quality. The fol
lowing are the particulars of the sales :
82 head, Owen Smith, Western 8 til 914
100 " A. Christy & Bro., do 8 a 1.%
43 " Peugler & McCleese, do 6 fig , 8
118 " F. Mennen, do 7 1 40 9
110 " F. Hathaway, do 8 ep 9 1 %
42 " ii. F. Mennen, do 7 tt? 8
85 " Janice Mennen, do 8 419 9 1 %
109 " K. 5. MeVillen. no S 11l it%
100 " Tallman & Rachman, do 8 9 1 4
187 " Martin, Fuller & Co., do 8 i 9 1 %
140 " Mooney & Smith, do 7 9%
100 " Thos. Mooney & Bro, do 7 9
84 " 11. Chain., d 0..... 6 81/
105 " Freak & Schamixirg, do 7d V i
90 " Hope & Co., do 7i4 ffo
36 " John MeArdle, do 6 frp rt
98 " James S. Kirk, Chester co.— 8 t# r3 a
90 " J. &L. Frank, , V
a', 6'44 A
58 " Elton & Co., Ilrgthis. 6 a. 8
34 "B. Baldwin, Chester co NO T
60 " J. Clemson, Chester co 7 8
" D. Branson, Chester co 7 8
31 " Chandler &Alexander, do 7 8g
21 " A. Kimble, do 7%@,) 8 / ..
Cows were unchanged; 150 head sold at s3s@tio
for springers, and $45d)75 % head for cow and
calf, as to quality.
- "Sheep were in fair demand; 9,000 head sold at
the different yards at 446 1 4 c. 18 16. gross, as to
Hogs were without change ; 3,000 head mold
at the Union and Avenue Drove Yards at $13.50
@l4 yp 109 As. net—the latter rate for Prime corn
A SSIGNED ESTATE OF A. D.
ROCKAFELLOW and WM. s. BOCK
AFELLOWidoing business under the name of
A. 1). ROCKAFELLOW R. BRO., of the city of
Lancaster, Lancaster county.
A. D. ROCKAFELLOW & BROTHER hav
ing by deed of voluntary assignment, dated
July 21st, 1862, assigned and transferred all
their estate and effects to the undersigned
for the benefit of the creditors of the said A.
D. ROCKAFELLOW & BRO., they therefore
give notice to all persons indebted to said as
signors to make payment to the undersigned
Without delay, and those having claims to pre
sent the same.
C. B. HERR Millersville, Pa.
D. P. ROSENMILLER, Ja., aneaster, Pa.,
ASSIGNED ESTATE OF A. I). ROCK
AFE,LLOW AND WIFE, of the city of
Lancaster, Lancaster county.
A. D. ROCKAFELLOW AND WIFE, of the
city of Lancaster, having by deed of volun
tary assignment, dated July 21st, 1869, assigned
and transferred all their estate and effeete to
the undersigned for the benefit of the creditors
of the said A. D. ROCKAFELLOW, the under
signed therefore give notice to all persona in
debted to said assignor, to make payment with
out delay, and those having claims to present
L. B. HERB, Millersville,
D. P. ROSENMILLER, Ja., Lancaster, Pa.,
ASSIGNED ESTATE OF WILLIAM
S. ROCK AFET.LOW, of the city of Lan
caster, TAineaster county.
W. S. ROCKA FELL° W,of the city of Lancaster,
having by deed of voluntary assignment, dated
July 21st, 1868,assigned and transferred all his
estate and effects to the undersigned for the
benefit of his creditors, the undersigned there-
fore give notice to all persons indebted to said
assignor to wake payment 'without delay, an d
those having claims to present the same.
P. B. HE HE,Mlllersville,
1). P. ROt+ENMI LLER, Llineaster city,
Estate of REV. WASHINGTON V. GOT-
W ALD, late of Lancaster, decql. 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 same will present them tor settlement to
the undersigned, residing in Lancaster.
je3.5-M1 M. M. ZAHN, AtinVr.
A D. HOOKA FELLOW Se BRO.,
FRUITS AND NURSERY PLANTS,
STORE-XO. 50 NORTH QUEEN 4THICET,
LANCASTER, YA. '
Pllt Ev " 411.0.14'444ar.44a11. wisnis
of the LAKE SUPERIOR AND MISEIS.
SIPPI RAILROAD coMPANY.
First If ortgage Sinking Fluid Bonds, Free of
United states Taxes.
Secured by 1,632,000 Al 'REs OF cIDIDIE
LANDs, and by the Railroad, It' rolling stock,
and franchises; and yieldingln currency near
ly Temper 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 6. SWARTZ,
No. 73 North Duke-st.,
Ntitystamir:tek) Laneaster, Vu.
- • 40:.
X n IV,: IS 'MUKHA' I)IVEN that an ape&
C Will be made at the next neielon of the
State Legialatore of rennsylvania for the crea
tion of a corporate body with banking privi
leges, to be located in the village of New 'Rol
!end, in Lanea.4ter county, to be named and
styled the - "N E W H01.1,42i1) EXCIL ANt4E,
Dic4joilyr AND 1)14POSIT COMPANY,” the
sPeeillot. 4130 et of which shall be to receive
Moneys ou deposit, and to do a general banking
husineee, mid the amount of capital of which
shall not exceed the cam of 00,000.00.
Ity the Colunintee.
D. P. ROS hrsi.h 1 !JW, Jit.,
,I v - ml Attorne_v.
and Harrisburg Weekly
Book and Job Printing.
Rm - on sE C X. - 11-R-01,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS
PLAIN AND FANCY PRINTING
16 •) 20
6 1 s
12 r 13
12 , 15
3 0 4;
14 r 26
2 • 6
12 1 it
From tloo iatgeat Paler Rto the autiolbast C.AJID
or VIRCIILAIt, alveoli& Su tho best !style, amati
• at resoionable 'tricots.
osirOrders trout a clista.ao pro Lu pty attend.
OFFICE.—NO. SOUTII QVLKN tiTRIINS
LA.I I / 4 CAIITIOS. Pro x 4.
Philadelphia Produce Market.
Philadelphia Cattle Market.
WHOLESAT.E AND RETAIL'
GRAPES, *v., IN SEASON
OF ♦LL ELXl.xii
Iveryboily Boys their Clothing
MYERS & RATH FoN,
AND SAN E; MONEY
MYEItS & IZATIIFON keep the largest
MEN, YOUTIIS AND BOYS,
All our own manufacture. We guaranlec the
goods as represented or money refunded. We
have just returned from the east with a full and
complete stock of
CLOTW, Tit !COTS, PIQUES AND COATINGS,
in all colors
CAsSIMERE; 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
GENT LESSEN'S FURNISHING GOODS is full.
air Thankful for past patronage wo hope by
selling goods low to merit a continuance of
MYERS & RATIIFON,
Southeast Corner of Centre Square,
apse-Iy] • Lancaster, Penn , a.
NEW SPRING GOODS
No. 14 .NORT.II QUEEN bTREET,
(Late Wiley's Shoe St ore,)
Ilas In store a 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
SPRING AND SUMMER WEAR,
ON THE MOST REASONABLE TERMS
- , ••AL80,•-•
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
OF EVERY DEsCRII"fION ON HAND
iY 9 1
BEAU MONDE HALL!
531 PENN SQUARE, 531
VESTINGS, &c., &c.,
SPRING AND SUMMER WEAR.
LEVI. U. COLEMAN . , Cutter
BUCII & BRO.,
Boots and Shoes.
MA It SHALL SON'S
BOOT iiND SHOE STORE,
CENTRE SQUARE, LANCASTER, PA,
ANOTHER FRESH ARRIVAL—GIyn Us A CALL.
The only place for good and substantial work
Where can he seen 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 Shoes, Ea'morals
and Buttoned Gaiters,
Iti• Also, BUBBERSOF EVERY KIND, which
we invite you to call and examine; feeling eon
dent that we Chlk warrant all to
REINHOLD & STUBBS,
No. 104; North Queen St., Square above
the It It. Depot.
BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS.
Have just arrived from the oily with a large and
elegant stock of Boots and Shoes, Gaiters,
etc., superior to any ever before brought to
this market; which are offered at the fol
lowing astonishing low prices :
Mon ti' Calf Boots 121-00 to VA
" Box-toe Congress Gaiters.... 3.110 to 4.00
" Congress Halters 2.50 to 3.00
". Lasting Congress Gaiters 3.00 to 375
" Oxford Tie 2.75 to 3.50
Boys' Gaiters 2.00 to 3.00
" Calf But:nor:11s 1.50 to 2.00
Tont n s Calf Bahnorals 1.25 to 1.75
Ladles high-polish Lusting Gaiters. 2.50 to 3.25
" Lusting Itnlmortils 1.25 to 1.75
" Lasting Congress Gaiters..... 1.50 to 2.00
" line Glove Kid Button Boot.. 2.25 to 4.00
" " Glove Kid Polish 800 t... 2.50 to 3.25
a" Morocco But ton 800 t.... 2.25 to 3,00
Goat Balmoral 2.00 to 2.50
" " Turkey Morocco Button. 3.00 to :3.75
" " Kid Beel 51ipper5......... 1.25 to 1.75
" " Goat Slippers 1.00 to 1.25
Misses Goat high-polish 1.75 to 2,50
" Lusting high-polish 2.00 to 2.25
Children's shoes of all kinds 50 to 1.50
•iir An inspection of the stock is solicited.
Mir Our work is all warranted.
All kinds of custom work manufactured
in the very best style at short notice, at tile
lowest cash prices
REINHOLD 84 STUBBS
FRIAT .JA US!
ht. 11 4 ,4 Jar i, ;114. )1,‘ , ..t IN J. 1!:
SAFE, B ELI ABLE AND I.I%IPLE.
EVERY .lAI WAIU(ANTED.
50 GROSS FOR SALE,
iVIMLI:r•VI.E. AND UNTAIL.
Also, her good Jur*, and the oholeost cot
of GROCERIES hi the 01t3
AT No. 18 EAST KING STREET
LADIE:• DRESS GOODS,
CLOTHS, CASSIkIERES £ VESTING,
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
je4-tfil] LOWEST PRICES.
THOS. J. WENTZ,
SIGN OF THE BEE HIVE,
ti.ow offers a full assortment of
GLOVES and HOSIERY,
Floor & Table Oil Cloths,
JOHN D. SKILES,
SPRING AND SUMMER DRY GOODS
500 Pg. C.11.1C0 MS from 9 to 12" P. per yard
A flue assortment of SQUARE SHAWLS Of
All the Best and Popular Makes
FRENCH, ENGLISH & AVVRICAN
Whiclk we will make up to order at short notice,
best style, low prices.
A large assortment of our own Manufacture for
ps. BRUsSELS THREE-PLY,
OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS, RUGS, ate
A tine assortment of Window Shades at yea
Low Prices. [my7-ly
JACOB HARNISH, Y. S. HARMON Y aOllll L. XILLIIIt.
HARNISH & CAS
No. 27 WEST KING-ST., LANCASTER, PA.,
Clothe', Cassimeres, Sattinetts, Jeans, Tweeds
Lindseys, Flannels, Tiekings, Checks, Plaids,
Alpacetts, Dress Goals, Gingbams, Calicoes,
Muslins and Drills,
White Goods, Notions, it No. 1 Feathers,
MEN AND iltlYS l WEAR.,
Made up at astouishing Low Prices.
ARP Can and examiuc our stock before ppur•
Parcots to lit oiiihN.
I , llllor IMityhtte,
Mother to Son.
When the light bus left the house, memoria
snch ay those compound their interest.
GILL'S SUPERB PHOTO.
Miniature or Opal Pictures, admitted to be
the bast is:the city and uo superior in the State
Constantly increasing demand and great expe
rience in this style of miniature give us greater
facilities and better results than auy establish
ment outside of large cities.
STEREOtifIAPHS OF HOME VIEWS for the
Centre Table. Also, prismatic instruments.
Large Colored Work by some of the bast Ar
tists in Philadelphia and elsewhere in the high,
est style of the art. India Ink, Pastille, Crayon
and colors, at
ti I L I. l s CITY GALLERY,
Jan 1-IYri No. •Al East King-st.
I). S. BL HNK.
SPRINT AND st'KMER
ONNTS , FrRNISIIING STORE,
FRENCH AND AMERICAN
A full and complete Stock at the
EAST KING STREET,
GLASS AND QUEENSWARE
LOWEST INDUCING PRICES
Kind attention paid to all.
special care taken to show our stock.
WENTZ BEE HIVE,
No. 5 East Kth
AT HIS NEW STORE,
NO. 24 EAST KING STREET,
Has just opeued
TUE MOST ELEGANT STOCK
Ever otrere,d to the
CITIZENS OF LANCAsTEE
LADIES , DRESS GOODS
Of every oleeeription
A fine cvsortment of
CLOTII‘ 4 ,
e SSIME ES AND
MEN AND BOY'S WEAR,
AT LOW PRICES
INGRAIN, RAG AND HEMP CARPETS,
Declers In Foreign and Domestic
WASS AND QUEENoWARE,
t.ENTLEMF.S TO LADIES