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Posters, &c., ite., printed in the best style and
at reasonable rates, at the FATHER. ABRA
HAM Job Printing Office. Orders by mail
promptly attended to.
ITEMS : Those who read the advertisements
in FATHER ABRAHAM, will always know
where to buy the best and cheapest articles.
To keep fruit from spoiling, eat it as soon as
possible, or send it to the editor, who will
" attend to it" for you.
Wm. 'McConkey, Esq., has been appointed
Postmaster at Wrightsville, York county, vice
J. G. Leber, resigned.
Our old friend, Thomas Collins, Esq., of
Columbia, has started on a trip to Kentucky
and Tennessee. He will visit a son, residing
in McMinnville, Teun. We wish him a plea
School Directors and teachers will find
everything in the way of school books and
school furniture at Riddle & Cochran's, No. 40
North Queen street. Call and see thetn.
The Presbyterians of this city are pushing
the erection of their Mission Sunday ochool
building with commendable energy. It is to
be erected in the southern end of South Queen
Win. Burns, porter at Reinhold & Son's
hardware store, this city, was thrown !Worn a
wagon one day last week, and becoming en
tangled in the lines, was dragged a half a
square. He was severely but not dangerously
A Camp Meeting under the auspices of the
Evangelical Association will be held on the
old Turkey Hill camp ground, Manor town
ship, this county, commencing on Monday,
the 9th of August next, to continua during
the week. Tents will be provided for those
who may wish to occupy them, by applying to
Levi Overholser, at Safe Harbor P. Ck,i Lan
caster county, Pa. The charges for She Use of
tentli for the week, will not exceed the fol
lowing • 10x,12 feet canvass tont, $2.50; 16 feet
square board tent, $3.00 ; Bxl6 feet board tent,
$1.50, and 7 feet ,gears canvass sleeping tent,
$l.OO. Boarding will be furnished at moder
ate rates, by the week, day, or single Areal. A
general invitation is extended to Chriatittns of
all denominations. No huckstering of any
kind will be allowed within the limits pre
A. 0. Newpber, Esq., late principal of the
High School at Columbia, has bad the hono
rary degree of Master of Arts conferred upon
him, by Lafayette College at Easton.
Two colored camp meetings are to be held
in this county during the month of August.
One commences to-morrow in Eberis's Grove,
on the Marietta and Mount Joy turnpike ; and
one on the 14th, in Simon Groh's woods, near
John 'Ryer, of New Holland, this county,
has sent to the Reading Eagle office some
stalks of oats, one of which has 267 grains on
it, and the other 150.
The second locomotive built by the present
lessees of the Lancaster Locomotive Works,
was put into service on the Pennsylvania
Railroad a few days ago.
A few days ago, while a son of James Mc-
Clellan, residing a short distance west of
Parkersburg, was cutting oats with a reaper,
the horses became frightened and ran oft;
throwing the boy upon the knives of the ma
chine, hacking and severing his right arm at
the shoulder in a fearful manner.
Prof. J. Willis Westlake, a graduate of
Union College, and late Professor of English
Literature in Baltimore City College, has been
elected Professor of English Literature in the
Millersville Normal School—a new professor
ship in that institution.
George W. Haldeman, aged twelve years,
a eon of the Columbia merchant of the same
name, was drowned at Cliques on Thursday
last. He was fishing in the stream with two
little girls, his cousins ; the girls went home
about the dinner hour, but he remained be
hind for the purpose of bathing. Remaining
away too long, search was made, and his body
was found near the place where the little
girls had left him.
Rev. Robert J. Nevin, son of Dr. J. W.
Nevin, has been appointed to take charge of
the American Chapel at Rome.
The Columbia Spy learns that J. W. Fisher
is about to move back from Lancaster to Co
The money of the Mount Joy Building As
sociation sold at a premium of 884 to $94 per
share of $2OO on Monday week.
Francis S. Sohn, of Springville, near Mount
Joy, has a tobacco stalk growing in his garden
that has a leaf 39 inches in length, 19 in
width, and 27 leaves on the stalk.
The funeral of Barbara Herr, of Manor
twp., mother of Dr. E. B. Herr, on Friday
lent, was attended by a large number of per
sons. She had eight children and twenty
seven grandchildren, all of the latter being
present at the funeral. Revs. Spbecht and
Stirk, of the Evangelical Association, per
formed the religious services.
A citizen of Oxford, Chester county, offers
to deed two acres of land on the railroad in
that borough, to any party who will build a
furnaee and rolling mill thereon, and the Phil
adelphia and Baltimore Central Itailroad
Company will furnish free transportation on
the road for all material necessary in the
erection of the same-
Call at Biddle &Cothran's fin school books.
Chicken-thieves are depredating extensive
ly In the neighborhood of Petersville, this
county. They seem to havediagovered a new
process in the stealing art, as the fowls are
not even heard to squall.
Two boys—Frank and William fUnder—of
this city, aged 19 and 14, , were eaught by
Henry Row e residing in West Lampeter,
about tyro and a half vitas from the city,
stealing scales from Ids ,oteliard, on Oaturday
last. • U 4 PAter9d #4 l 49frp big 0 0 34 dec lined
to les. v e, and ~ made ammo dsmonetra4ions of
violenee.towards him. . He , procured a gun
and ire& WI theta; lodging a lbw tonsil shot in
their moons. Served. them right,
Harlan Haldwhi, of Psuuligtoavilbi, Ches
ter county, was run over and killed. by the
fast line going east, on Thursday of last week.
He wag walking on one tracand crossed to
the other to avoid a train a roaching in bin
front; ficornotidltig the wait Turin - his rear.
Daniel Bite; of West Cocalico, this county,
chile _ ..
night, about 10 o'clock, with alone and bug
gy,and they were found near his residence early
on Sunday morning. Under one of Mr. W.'s
ears was a wound that appeared to have been
produced by a blow with a hard weapon.
There is a mystery about the affair.
The remains of an unknown man, supposed
to have been drowned, were found on the 31st
ult., among a pile of drift wood lodged on au
island in the Susquehanna river, about a mile
above Safe Harbor. An inquest was held by
A. It. Witmer, esq., Deputy Coroner, and a
verdict rendered that the deceased came to
his death by drowning, or some other cause
unknown to the jury.
On last Friday, Hinkley 's gristmill, on the
Columbia turnpike, in East Heruptlehl town
ship, took fire, and it was with great difficulty
that the flames were extingnished.
A frame stable, situated between Walnut
'and Lemon and Mulberry and Charlotte
streete,belonging to John Kahl,took fire about
ten o'clock on Sunday night, and was con
sumed. The lire was doubtless the work of
The Rev. Henry Boehm, who is in the 95th
year of his age, is on a visit to his native place,
near Willow-st., and will preach in Boehm's
Chapel, on Sunday next, August Bth, at 2 p.
Mr. Joseph Welchens had his pocket pick
ed of a handsome and costly watch, at, the
fire in this city, on Sunday night. Another
gentleman lost his pocket-book, and another
came near losing his watch, the chain being
too strong for the pickpockets.
The store of Mr. it. Shenk, in Manor twp.,
near Sate Harbor, was broken into and rob
bed on Saturday night last. About thirty
dollars in money and some forty dollars worth
of goods were stolen.
Copperhead snakes and politicians are
making their appearance in West Cocalico
township. Black snakes are also uumerous—
and there are some political snakes about
also. A curious story is told of a pair of
large black snakes making their appearance
at a certain hour each day at Lutz's shingle
mill near the Columbia Railroad, and inspect
ing the operations of the workmen, after doing
which, to their evident satisfaction, they re
tire to return the same hour next day. This
has daily happened for some time past, and
thus far the snakes have been permitted to
pursue their investigations unmolested.
Nothing can be well done that is done in a
hurry—exclaimed one of the candidates for a
county (Alice, in front of our Court /louse, on
last Thursday. "How about catching fleas ?"
said a festive fellow near by. The politician
Mr. Frederick Saner,. formerly a lumber
merchant, and long a resident of this city,
died suddenly or heart disease at the house of
his brother-in-law, Samuel Miller, in Philadel
phia, on Tuesday last.
The ground for the new Railroad Depot at
Marietta was staked of on Friday aftarpoon.
The building is to be erected on a lot ofttound
just above Barr's, late Houseal's Hotel, at the
At a public sale of Bank stock, at the Ex
change Hotel, on Tuesday, Lancaster County
National Bank stock sold at follows : 5 shares
sold at $BO per share ; 15 shares sold at $B3
per share ; 5 shares sold at $82.25 per share.
The open-air Cotillion party given by the
Washington Fire Company, on their grounds,
in this city, on Monday evening last, was a
grand success—socially and pecuniarily.
"Brave men and faivoromen" were there, and
everything was "as merry as a marriage bell."
The new Lutheran Church in progress of
erection at Ephrata, is progrestilug finely.
George R. Sensenig is about opening a new
hotel at Ephrata.
A Sunday School pio-nic will be held in Al
len Hacker's orchard, at Lincoln (New Eph
rata,) to-morrow, Adgust 7th.
A chestnut tree measuring twenty-six feet
in circumference is standing on the farm of
Jacob M. Frantz, at South Bend, in Lancas
Mr. Daniel Kendig, formerly of this city,
engaged as a private watchman by some incr.
chants in the neighborhood of Tenth and
Chestnut-sts., Philadelphia, was attacked
and so badly beaten by some scoundrels on
Saturday night last, that his life is despaired
SUNDAY SCHOOL CELEBRATION.—The
celebration of the Union Sunday School, at
Sclueneck, on Sunday last, was largely atten
ded, and the exercises very interesting. Hith
erto this part of the county has felt but little
interest in the Sabbath school cause in general
but efforts were made to make this celebration
a success, and the result proved that the ex
pectations of those having the matter in charge
were more than realized. At about 9 o'clock
in the morning the school, under the lead of
Superintendents Reuben Kramer and Fred
erick Fox, marched in procession to the woods
of Moses Shirk near by, where a stand was
erected for the speakers and comfortablaseats
for the scholars. Addressee were made by
Col. W. L. Bear and Mr. Fox in the English,
and Vrof. John Beck and Rev. Seachrist in
the German language. In the afternoon,while
partaking of refreshments, they were joined
by the Union Sunday School of Reinholds
Station. The exercises were continued till
late in the afternoon and passed off without
the occurrence of a single unpleasant incident.
Sclucueck is a "beautiful corner," naturally,
as its name indicates, and the spirit of Gud
guiding and directing the labors of the good
people of this locality—may make it a "beau
tiful corner" in a spiritual sense,in the Lord's
vineyard here below.
IN MEMORIAM " Death and Funeral
Obsequies of Rev. W. V. Gotwald, late Pastor
of St. John's Lutheran Church, Lancaster,
Pa." This is the title of a neat little book,
published by the Church Council, containing
a very perfect engraved likeness of the lament
ed Gotwald, lines written by a lady friend,
notices of the press on the death of Rev. W.
V. Gotwald, an editorial from the Lutheran
Observer, "Asleep in Jesus," by Rev. T.
Stork, L. D., an account of his last hours ou
earth, funeral ceremonies together with the
funeral sermon preached by Rev. G. F. Stell
ing, from the words, "Cast thy burden upon
the Lord and He shall sustain thee," and a
sermon - preached on the first Sabbath of the
year 1869, in St. John's Lutheran church,
Lancaster, by the pastor, the lamented de
ceased, Rev. W. V. Gotwald, from the text,
"Thus sahib the Lord, this year thou shalt
die." The "Memorial" can be obtained at
the book skins of I). S. Bare and Riddle and
Cochran, s.nd at D., Bunk ' s store ; price
75 cents . The proceeds, which are to be
handed to the trustees of the Getwald Memo
rial- church; a -euesepeisaaterted 4 9 the de
cease,* PAO. , a abort thy.. prior to his sick
ness and death, and newto be completed by
the Church Chnuteil, as a on tae to the
memory of one so dearly beloved, so &dly la
THINK you the proprietor of Dr. Sage's
Catarrh Remedy *Weld Pifer $606 reward for
* WS& PS Calarrit i vii4M canurit cure, if his
Ben:tads was a umbug Preposterous idea!
old ty driggitits' everyWhei.e . at fifty cents,
and it prepareti'a ftill pint of the medicine
resAly for use.
julitiso c sis o m **loses to advance
the cause Cd r the Dentiocracy by lecturing
on teMperanee.' He evidently knows what
thi*tyt . i'; •
VAR. Wlk 4 jibi 01184 Times, Copper
head, says:. "The trouble with the Demo
cratic party is thatit has become nothing
but dry bones."
—The ponspous spit:4llll4a close-fisted
citiZetk elbeied with thb passage
of Scripture! '"lfe that giveth to the poor
lendeth to the Lord." ,"That may be,"
soliloquized Sands), "but, when dat man
dicd:de Lord ain't owe him a red cent."
The August number of " PET ETISO N MA OA
EMI" to on our table. It contains a tine steel
plate engraving. entitled " The Hard Lesson,"
a beautiful- eolored rasbion Plate, add a variety
of engravings for fancy work. •Tbe reading
matter lo of a choice. description,. This is one
of the oldest and Cheapest of the Ladles' Maga
zines, it being only 02 a year. in advance. Pub
lished by Chas. J. Peterson, 3011 Chestnut street,
A itratlSlS 110 MB MAGAZini a : The usual amount
of stories, sketches, essays, and poems, make
np the August number of this family magazine.
It is osnbelinhed with engravings ands number
of fashionable plates. The hints to housekeep
ers,.boyet and gtri's meow, haute circle, and
mothers' department, are replete with domes
tic instruction and advice. ONCE A MoSTH :
This little eelectic improves In tone with ouch
succeeding month. its articles are brief, but of
the best quality, and arc selected with great
care and judgthent front the current literature
of the day, Tau t aiLmiu fir ti own: For chil
dren just learretig to read understandingly,
this little t)eriodietal is invaluable to teach the
"young idea how, to, shoot!' healthfully and in
a proper direction. Its articles are rendered
more interesting and comprehensible to the
little ones by means of numerous wood en
gravings. For these three publications address
T. S. Arthur & Son's, Philadelphia.
Clerk of Orphans' Court.
%%e, the undersigned Judges of the Courts
and Members of the Bar of Lancaster county,
take pleasure in certifying that Captain JOHN
Q. MERCEIt, the present Clerk of t he Orphans'
Court of Lancaster county, has been a faithful,
able and eflitlent clerk; and in consideration or
his promptness in the discharge of the duties
of his office, as well as of his inability to earn a
livelihood by manual labor, and, having lost
his right leg near Atlanta, Ga., after three
years' active service in the Union Army, we
most cheerfully recommend his re-election:
Henry G. Long, .1. 71 dekey,
A. L. Hayes, Win. S. Amweg,
John J. Libliart Benjamin P. litter,
'llmulas E. Franiclin, Isaac E. Mester,
Samuel IL Reynolds, It. M. North,
J. B. Amwake, I). P. liosenwillcr, jr.,
A. slaymaker, W. R. Wilson,
N. Elltnaker, George F. Breneman,
Reuben H. L ong, B. C. }Creed,
D. (I. Eshleman, N. E. Sla r inueirer, jr.,
John M. Amwake, George . Kline,
D. W. Patterson, Simon P. Eby,
li. C. Brubaker, A. E. Carpenter,
Charles Hennes, A. H. Siith,
J. B. Livingston, John K. utter,
James Black, Abraham Shank,
M. M. Butt. John P. Rea,
W. A. Wilson, Edger C. Reed,
George Nauman, A. J. Kauffman,
J. W. swift, M. Bromine,
Andrew M. Frantz, Zuried swope,
Newton Lightner, Waszezzen,
W. W. Brown, j. ood.
A. H. Hood, J. W. Johnson,
H. Yundt, Amos H. Myhin,
B. swarr, Samuel H. Price,
Wm. Aug. Alec, A. J. Sanderson,
Fred, S. Pyfer, W. R. Seltzer,
d. W. Yocum, Edward Chamneys.
U. S. Clark, fauge-it*
SirAnnouncement* of oftadidotos for ollioe
MUST Bli PAID 111 F ADVAICI. Mit rtae it insper
We are authorized to announce candidates
for nomination at the Republican primary elsa
lion, to be held on SATURDAY, AVOUIT 2tith, as
ESAIAS BiLLINOPILLT Adamstown.
CHARLES DENtra4, Millersville.
R. W. Sanwa, City.
JOHN M. STRIIMAN, Penn.
JOHN B. WARFEL, ClLy.
PETEII FRALRY, Columbia.
THOMAS A. CLARK, Drumore.
CAPT. AMIAItAM GODSHALR, East Cocalleo.
Da. E. 11. HERR, Manor.
JACOB G. PETERS, I:OHCStOga.
MAJ. A. C. REINORTIL, Manheim.
CAPT. WM. D ltaitzict, East lieMpflold.
AARON 11. BONET, I:aSt Dempfleld.
Pima Jonas, East Lampeter.
Amos Gaovv, 3fartic.
JOHN HILDSBRAND, Mount Joy
JOHN M. JACOBY', Clay.
ISAAC MISHLICR, City.
(CPT. W. D. STAMP/MIN formerly of Earl twp.,
late of the Ist Penn'a Reserves, and of the
185th P. V., present Clerk for Prothonotary.
CLERK ON QUARTER SESSIONS.
INNJAXIN F. Rows, Providence.
CLERK OF ORPHANS' COURT.
Amos F. Swicraw RT, formerly of Salisbury twp.,
now of Earl, and late Sergeant 47th Regiment
P. V. infantry.
CArT. Joint Q. Msitcsa, City (late of Salsbury.)
JACOB W. BEA n, East Donegal.
Ii NRY BECHTOLD, Mount Joy.
Gr.o. W. COMPTON, Churohtown.
MARTIN S. FRY. Ephrata.
JACOB D. Goavr, City.
Maur. A. C. Heea, W est Latnpeter.
Jam:tat/1 ROHnsn, City, late Major 127th Regi
ment Penn , a Volunteers, 211 Division, 24 Corps,
Army of the Potomac.
DR. W. M. WHIT/MID; City, late Lieutenant of
Company E, 10th Regiment first three months'
service, and Captain of Company I, 79th Reg
iment P. V.
NV M. ROBERTS, West liemplield.
11. K. STONER, West Lampeter. (Manufacturer
of Agricultural Implements.)
JENSE PANS ABEt'KER, Clay.
JARED SWICIOART Ephrata.
ISAAC STOIIL, ph'rata.
WE are authorized to announce JACOB
ROHRER, of East Lampeter township, as a can
didate for Dittsorott ()V THE POOR, independent
of Thuggery and all Cliques, subject to the de
cision of the Republican voters at the ensuing
primary elections. •
We arc authorized to announce ISAAC) H.
SIIEAFFER ,of Earl township, as a candidate
for PRISON Ixerzerou, subject to the decision
of the itepubican voters at the ensuing pri
mary elections. •
Bszsmosn--iintomu. Aug. Bd, at the parson
age, in New Holland, by Rev. I). 0. Farrell, Mr.
Wm. Bensinger to Miss Barbara Ann Milder,
both of Lancaster county, Pa.
Dissuwas—Wzarz. July 28th at Jonathan
Sprecher's Hotel, by Rey. W.T. Gerbart, Aaron
L. Dissinger, of East Ilemptleld, to Lizzie
Wertz, of West Hempileld.
ESHLEMAN. Aug. let, in Paradise, township,
infant daughter of Milton 8., and Jen
nie M. Eshleman aged 8 days.
HALDEMAN. OnThsitsdnyolsily 79th, inddenly,
George Herbert, eldest sop of George W. and
Jennie Haldeman, in the leth *year et his age.
Bowen. June 97th, as his reeidtmee, in Bart.
twp., Joseph . F. Rower, ,n the 97th year of his
ean. July 2eih, in Manor-imp., Barbara Herr,
wife of David Herr, sr, aged BB years and 19
SENBR. Aug. 3d, at Philadelphia, Frederick
Senor, in the 64th year of ,hie age.
Lancaster Household ihrkebs.
Butter, IR lb 30
Lard, 16 B 22
Eggs, ill doa 20 i 22
Veal, by the quarter 10 12
Spring Chickens 1111 pair . 80 70
Ducks Ili pair 70
New potatoes, VI halfpk 8i 10
Tomatoes (per It. It.) i.ol IA peek... 24.) 80
Apples 'lO ~ %
peek 25 30
Pears 1 ,4 peek 15 i2O
ltinekberrles 1 10 qt 5 0
Lawton Blackberries V qt 10 13
II uckleberries 12 15
Green Corn ill dos .. 12 18
oucumbers 0 12
Cantaloups (VI R. li.) 5 15
Watermelons 25 @ 50
Egg Plants (per It. It ) 5 te. 11
Honey In the comb, Iti lb 40
Oats, II bag of 3 bus 1.40 81.05
Philadelphia Produce Market.
Pa I L ADELPEI A, August 4 —The Flour market
is quiet, and only it few hundred barrels were
, i 4
taken to lots by the home consumers at tz
5.25 for superfine; 45.50415.75 for extras; .v. 60
7.50 for lowa. Wisconsin and Minnesota extr
family; a email@example.com for Pa. do. do.; $0.75@8 00 for
Ohio do. do., and 0.50400 for fancy brands ac
cording to quality.
Rye flour sells at a6.12. 1 firstname.lastname@example.org per bbl.
There is not much ttettYity in the Wheat War
ket but prices are unchanged. sales of red at
$email@example.com, and 400 bus. Indiana white at $1,75.
Rye is quiet at $firstname.lastname@example.org per bus. for Penn's
Corn is dull and 16 , 2 e. per bus. lower. Sales
of 1,500 bus. yellow at $1.1061.11. Western mixed
is entirely nominal.
Outs are unchanged; sales of western at 7.141
70c., and Southern and Pennn'a at s:l@foc.
Nothing doing in Barley or Malt.
Bark is dull at the reoent decline; sales of No.
1 Querettron at a4O V ton.
Whisky is firm at $1.2061.28 42 gal., tax paid.
Philadelphia Cattle Market.
MONDA r, August 2.—The market for beef
cattle was extremely inactive to-day, and
under the Influence of large offerings prices
declined le. i it. Irons the highest point last
week, without, however, eausing any increased
movement. e quote choice at 90:04c., the
latter rate for an extra lot ; fair to good at
SION ; prime at 6V,047 , -4e , and common at 84 60 .
le T. gross. Receipts 2,356. The following sales
were reported :
101 head, ()wen Smith, Western 8 0 0 8i
70 " A. Christy & Bro., to. 7! IAI) S! ~ i
57 " Dengler & Ma:let:kw, do () H s
98 " P. Mennen, do 7 H 9
95 " I'. Hathaway, do 7 ee 9
38 " B. F. McFillen, do 7 ee 8
110 " James Mennen, do 7 Cc 9
50 " E. S. MoFillen. do 7.:;44 st(
80 " Uhlman &Bachman, CIO 8 (0? i<
216 " Martin, Fuller & Co., do 7 0 9
800 " Mooney & Smith, do 6'4? o '4
120 " Frank Schamberg,llo 74n 8 , :.
90 " Hope & Co., do 6 t4,e) Kiq
50" J . Clemson , do 7 H 7 , 34
Id " John McArdle, do atot 8 -1 A
IS " Y. Dryfoos & Co., do 6 We 7 '4
80 " it. Wayne, do .. 6 @ 8,i 103 " James B. Kirk, Chester c 0.... 7 @ 9
70 " Thos. Mooney t tiro, Vu 0 @ Bti
86 " J. &L. Frank, Vu Riti? 8
37 " Elton t Co., .'a 6 0 'lt;
25 " B. Baldwin, Chester co 6 0) 8
17 " B. Branson, Chester co 6 8 7 1 4
50 " Chandler &Alexander, do 76; 91 )
27 " A. Kimble do 7 § 8 1 4
36 " L. Horne, Delaware 5 7
71 " Thou. Duffy, Virginia 7 8
n " C. Walker, do H t/„ For Cows and Calves there was a steady in
quiry et $45§75, and eprhagers at $40(a65. Re
°elute, 900 head.
There was a fair business effected in Sheep,
and prices were decidedly Amer. Sales of
15,000 head at the Park Drove Yard, et sd6lAc.
wo h. gross.
The Market was active to-day to the full ex
tent of the offerings, and an advance on the
closing quotations of last week was realized.
Sales of 3,000 head at the Avenue and Union
Drove Yards at $13H13.50 for still, and $14014.75
for corn fed hogs.
A sociable will be held at the New Hotel of
LOULS F. WEAVER, in the Borough of Ht. Joy,
ON SATURDAY R'VENING, AUG. 7th, 1809.
TAYLOR'S COTILLION BAND
will furnish the mimic.
Ladies and Gentlemen are cordially in
N'hereas, the Honorable HENRY G. LONG,
President, and Honorable ALEXANDER L.
HA YES, and JOHN J. LIBIIART, Associate
Juff ges of the Court of Common Pleas in and
for the County of Lancaster, and Assistant
Justices of the Courts of Oyer and Terminer
and General Jail Delivery and Quarter Sessions
of the Peace, in and for the County of Lancaster,
have issued their Precept to me directed, re
quiring me, among other things to make pub
lic Proclamation throughout my bailiwick, that
a Court of Oyer and Terminer, and ageneral
Jail Delivery, also a Court of general Quarter
Sessions of the Peace and Jail Delivery, will
commence in the Court House iu the City of
Lancaster, in the Commonwealth of Pennsyl
vania on the THIRD hIONDAY IN AUGUST,
(the la th ,) 1889. In pursuant)* of which precept
Piiblis notice is hereby given to the Mayor and
Aldermen of the City of Lancaster, in the said
county, and all the Justices of the Peace, the
Coroner and Constables, of the said laity and
county of Lancaster, that they be then and
there in their own proper persons with their
rolls, records and examinations, nd inquisi
tions, and their other remembrances, to do
those things which to their offices appertain
in their behalf to be done; and also all those
who will prosecute against the prisoners who
are, or then shall be in the jail of said county
of Lancaster, are to be then and there to prose
cute against them as shall be just.
Dated at Lancaster, the 80th day of July, 1889.
aug(l-2t] JACOB F. FREY, Sheriff.
ASSIGNED ESTATE OF A. D.
ROcHAFELLOW and WM. S. ROOK
AFELLOW, doing business under the name of
A. D. ROCRAFELLOW & 11110., of the city of
Lancaster, Lancaster county.
A. D. ROURAFELLOW I BROTHER hav
ing by deed of vol untary assignment, dated
July 21st, 1809, 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 thereforo
give notice to all persons indebted to said as
signors to make payment to the endersigned
without delay, and thosu baying claims to pre
sent the same.
C. B. REICH, 14111enrville, Pu.,
D. P. ROSENAIILL.ER, Ja, Lancaster, Pa.,
ASSIGNED ESTATE OF A. D. ROCK
AFELLOW AND WIFE, of the city of
Lancaster, Lancaster county.
A. D. ROCHAFELLOW 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 effects to
the undersigned for the benefit of the creditors
of the said A. D. MOCHAFELLOW, the under
signed therefore give notice to all persons in
debted to said assignor, to make payment with
out delay, and those , having claims to present
C. B. HERR, Millersville,
D. P. ROSENMILL ER, JR., Lancaster, Pa.,
J 3 10.41t] Assignees.
ASSIGNED ESTATE OF WILLIAM
S. ROCKAPELLOW, of the city of Lan
caster, Lancaster county.
W. S. itOCKAFELLO W,of the city of Lancaster,
having by deed of voluntary assignment, dated
July kist, 180, assigned and transferred all his
estate and effects to the undersigned for the
benefit of his creditors, the undersigned there
fore give notioe to all persons indeht4d to said
assignor to Make payment without delay, and
thopeclAirus to presmt the same.
C. IL HERR, RMerwrille,
• D. P. ROSENISILLLRE,Jk.,Lanonster city,
Estate of Rim. WASHINGTON V. GOT.
WALD, late of Lancaster, deo , d. Letters of tie
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 thorn for settlement to
the undersigned, residing in Lancaster.
SEVEN PER CENT. GOLD BONDS
of the LAHR SURIVRIOR AND MISSIS
SIPPI RAILROAD VUOIIP ANT. _
First Mortgage Sinking Fund Bonds, Free of
United States Taxeit.
Seoured by 1,035,000 ACRES OF CHOICE
LANDS, and by the RaUroad, its rolling stock,
and franchises;and yieldingln currency near
ly reaper cent. p er annum.
Holders of 6. 20 Roods can exchange them for
these desirable securities, at a Mont of nearly
RD per cent.
A limited amount tor sale upon favorable
terms, and full particulars furnished by
DAVID G. SWARTZ,
No, 73 North Duke.st.,
my7-taug2B*l Lancaster, Pa.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an appli
cation will be made ut the next session of the
state Legislature of Pennsylvania for the crea
tion of a corporate body with banking privi
leges, to be located in the village of New Hol
land, in Lancaster county, to be named and
styled the "NEW HOLLAND EXCHANGE,
DISCOUNT AND DEPOSIT COMPANY,t , the
specific object of which shall be to receive
moneys on deposit, and to do a general banking
business, and the amount of capital of which
WIWI not exceed the sum of *40,000A.
By the Committee.
D. P. ROSEN MILLF.II, JR.,
lrollofreund Lama ster, and Harrisburg IV eekl y
Book and Job PPinting.
RAucH. & COCItiRA3i,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS
PLAIN.' AND FANCY PRINTING
OF ALL KINDS.
From the largest POSTER to the smallest CARD
or iißcuL AU, executed in the best style, and
at Seasonable prices.
fir Orders from a distance promptly attend-
OFFICE.—NO. 13, SOUTH QUEEN STREET
Everyhody Buys their Clothing
yERs & RAT II F 0 N,
AND SAVES , MONEI
MYERS & RATHFON keep the largest
MEN, YOUTHS AND BOYS,
All our own manufacture. We guarantee the
goods as represented or money refunded. We
have jillFt returned from the east with a full and
complete stock of
CLOTHS, TII 'COTS, PIQUES AND COATINGS,
In all colors
CASSIMERES in great varieties, which we
are prepared to make up to order in the best
style and the shortest notice, and at the very
lowest Cash Price. Our stook of
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS is full.
Aar Thankful for past patronage we hope by
selling goods low to merit a continuance of
MYERS & EATIIFON,
Southeast Corner of Centre Square,
apiS-ly] Lancaster, Penn's.
1869. . 1869.
NSW SPRIA'G GOODS
GEO. B. COLEMAN,
No. 14 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
(Late Wiley's Shoe Store,)
Has in store a Fine Assortment of
French, English and American
()LOTUS, COATINGS AND CASSIMERES,
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
1 BEAU MONDE HALL!
531 PENN SQUARE, 531
A LABOB LOT OP
SPRING AND SUMMER WEAR.
LEVI G. COLEMAN, Cutter.
BUCH & BRO.,
Boots and Shoes.
MARSHALL & SON'S
BOOT AND SHOE STORE,
CENTRE SQUARE, LANCASTER, PA.
ANOTHER FRESH ARRIVAL—GIVE Us A CALL.
The only place for good and aubtaantial work
Where can be seen the largest and beet assort
went of Man's and Boys'
BOOTS AND SHOES
ever brought to this city. Ladies', Misses' and
Children's plain and Caney Shoes, BA'morals
anti Buttoned Gaiters.
VP* Also, RUBBERS OF EVERY KIND, which
we invite you to call and examine; feeling con•
fldent that we can warrant all to
REINHOLD & STUBBS,
No. 1041 North Queen St., f Square above
the IL R. Depot.
BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS.
lire just arrived from the city 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
/OW/ng astonishing low prices :
Hen s Calf Boots $B.OO to 87.00
" Box-toe Congress &titers- . 11.60 to 4.00
" Congress Gaiters ~.. 2.60 to 8.00
" Balmorals 2.00 to 3.00
" Lasting Congress Gaiters 8.00 to 375
" Oxford Tie 2.75 to 3.50
Boys' Gaiters 2.00 to 3.00
" Calf Balmorals 1.50 to 2.00
Youtes Calf Balmorals 1.25 to 1.76
Ladies high-polish Lasting Gaiters. 9.50 to 8.26
Lasting Balmorals 1.25 to 1.75
" Lasting Congress Gaiters 1.50 to 2.00
" line Glove Kid Button Boot:.. 8.25 to 4.00
" " Glove Kid Polish 800 t... 2.10 to 8.25
" Morocco Button 800 t.... 2.25 to 3.00
" " Goat Balmoral 2.00 to 2.50
" " Turkey Morocco Button. 8.00 to 3.75
" " Kid Heel 51ipper5......... 1.25 to 1.75
" " Goat Slippers 1.00 to 1.25
Misses Goat high-polish 1.75 to 2.60
" Lastimg high-polish 2.00 to 2.25
Children's shoes of all kinds 50 to 1.60
inspection of the stock is solicited.
.11:1-Our work is all warranted.
air All kinds of custom work manufactured
in the very best style at short notice, at the
lowest cash prices.
REINHOLD & STUBBS
The best Fruit Jar is the MASON JA
SAFE, RELIABLE AND SIMPLE.
EVERY JAR WARRANTED.
50 GROSS FOR SALE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Also, other good Jars, and the choicest selection
of GROCERIES in the city,
AT No. 18 EAST KING STREET
LADIES DRESS GOODS,
CLOTHS, CASSIMEHES & VESTINGS
CARPETS ANI) OIL CLOTHS,
A full and complete stock at the
)e4-tfd I LOWEST PRICES
THOS. J. WENTZ,
SIGN OF THE BEE HIVE,
Now offers a full assortment of
GLOVES and HOSIERY,
Floor & Table Oil Cloths,
GLASS AND QUEENSWARE
LOWEST INDUCING PRICE S .
Kind attention paid to all.
special care taken to show onr stock.
WENTZ BEE HIVE,
No. 5 East King street.
JOHN D. SKILES,
SPRING AND SUMMER DRY GOODS
500 ps. CALICOES from 9 to 12 , ,4e. per yard.
A flue assortment of SQUARE SHAWLS of
An the Best and Popular Makee
FRENCH, ENGLISH & AMERICAN
Which we will make up to order at short notice,
best style, low prioes.
A large assortment of our own Manufacture for
50 pc BRUSSELS THREE-PLY,
OIL CLOTHS, MATTINOS, HUGS, &c.
A flue assortment of Window gbadeis at very
Low Prices. [rny'My
J4.C08 FLIITIIBH, IF. 8. HARNIBH, J0112. r 1 L. Inman.
HARNISH & OD'S
N 0.27 WEST KINO-ST. , LANCASTER, PA.,
Dealers in Foreign and Dnmeatte
GLASS AND QUEENS WARE,
Cloths, Cassimeres, Sattinetta, Jeans, Tweeds
Lindseys, Flannels,Tickings, chec k s. Plaids,
Alpaocits, Dress C.clods, tiinghains, Calicoes,
Muslins and Drills,
White Goods, Notions, &No. 1 Feathers,
MEN AND BOYS' WEAR,
Made up at astonishing Low Prices.
spar Call and examine our stock before pur•
chasing elsewhere. Efebl2l69-ly
Parents to Families,
Father to Dattghte%
Mother to Son.
IRUIT J ARSI
When the light has left the house, umnoria
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 s*ato
Constantly increasing demand and great expe
rience in this style of miniature give us greater
facilities and better results than tiny establish
ment outside of large cities.
sTEREOGRAPIis OF HOME VIEWS for the
Centre Table. Also, prismatic Instruments.
Large Colored Work by dome of the best Ar
tists in Philadelphia and elsewhere f in the high,
est style of the art. India Ink, Pastille, Crayon
and colors, at
‘ILL'S CITY IQ ALLICItY,
Jan 1-lyr] No. 90 Zan King-st.
D. S. BURSK.
SPRING AND SUMMER
GENTS' FURNISHING STORE,
FRENCH AND AMERICAN
HOLTSEFU RN 'SUING GOODS,
EAST KING STREET,
AT HIS NEW STORE,
NO. 24 EAST KING STREET,
lia9 net opened
THE MOST ELEGANT STOCK
Ever offered to the
CITIZENS OF LANCASTER
LADIES' DRESS GOODS
Of every description
A fine assortment of
MEN AND BOY'S WEAR,
AT LOW PRICES
CARPETS 1! 1 CARPETS 111
INGRAIN, RAG AND HEMP CARPETS,
GENTLEMEN TO LADIES