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They also recommend the erection of a new
barn on the Poor House property, and the
placing of blinds in the windows of the new
Hospital building. They recommend the
erection of steps on the west side of the Court
House, leading to Court Avenue. They re
turn their sincere thanks to, and express their
" high appreciation" of the Court and the
District Attorney, for the many acts of cour
tesy received at their hands, anti to Sheriff
Frey, who they describe as a " very gentle
wanly, most able and efficient officer, who has
filled the office with so much credit to the
THE following editorial notice appe trs in
" The Adroeute," which is the organ of the
Methodist E. Church in Buffalo :
"CATARRH REMEDY.- We think we do
the public a favor, by calling the attention of
those afflicted with catarrh, to the remedy ad
vertised in our columns, as " Dr. Sage's Ca
tarrh Remedy." A son of ours has been se
riously afflicted with catarrh for several years,
and having tried various remedies without
success, we began to fear that in his case there
was no cure. But a few months' use of the
above medicine has entirely removed all traces
of the disease.
" We write the above not for pay, bat for
the information of those afflicted. and as an
act of justice to those by whom we have been
It is sold by druggists for fifty cents
"TIM LADY' , FRIENTY , for September, has
handsome steel engraving of Portia. the hero
ine of the "Merchant of Venice ;" this is follow
ed by the usual large and bi illiant fishier'
plat', and by engravings of fashions for dres.cs,
&c. The literary matter Is highly interest lug,
and the magazine deserves au extensive circu
lation. Published st If 2 55 a year, by neacon
Peterson, 319 Walnut Street, Philadelphia.
Stir "Prirrasos , s MAciAz Wis," for September,
is on our table, It containsa very beautiful en
gray in, entitlial "At the Falls," which is fol
lowed by a colored fashion plate of great beau
ty —There are many other engravings, as de
signs for fancy work, &e. The reading matter
is quite interesting. Terms, +2 a year in advance.
Published b./Charles J. Peterson, 806 UheStnrit
As there is a popular feeling throughout the
county to send none but honest men to the
Legislature, permit me to recommend for that
otlice Or. it. H it, of indianlown district
a.s a num of I hat class. Elect him and all who
know him will assure you there will be no rea
son to regret the choice you made.
4~F•Vote fir HENRY B BUNCH f r Register
For Register—Jeremiah Rohrer.
The most prominent amongst the many can
didates for Register of Wins, is Mai. Jeremiah
Rohrer, of Lancaster city. He is deserving the
suffrages of every man In the county. lie was
a true and faithful soldier of the Union army,
who left family, friends and home to f•ce the
Martin S. Fry is the Thug candidate, and
supported by the ring with all their power, in
fluence and money. 7f you wish to beat Fry,
don't scatter the vote. but go solid for Major
Rohrer, as the contest Is now narrowed down to
these two eandidates.—Gkiumbia spy.
/iiirVot.) for HENRY E 3 SHENCK for Regliter.
Register of Wills—Henry Bechtold
Mr Elilor: I noticed a communication in our
county papers, a •port time since, in regard to
Mr Henry Bechtold, 4)1 . Mount Joy. a candidate
for Begister of Wills. All contained in that
communication I fully agree with. There is
one feature, however, which was omi'ted, and
which should be known by all voters, viz : "Mr.
Bechtold is not a memb,,r of any clique, or connect
edwithany combination He eaters the politi
cal arena depending upon his character as a
man, for the support of the pdblic. Ills moral
character and bUsiness habits, with his know
ledge of the Fnglish and tlerman languages,
merit the support of the public. JUSTIUE.
44 - Vote for HENRY S. SHENCK for Register
For Register—(co. W. Compton.
Messrs. Editors: It seems to have become a
I fact that the most of the Republican party
of this comity have resolved to oppose at the
coining primary election anything and every
thing in the shape of "cliques," " rings" or
" factions." In order to do this effectually,
they should unite their forces, and in solid
phalanx go for the strongest candidate outside
of he '• cliques" and rings " Having traveled
through a majority of the dist, icts in the ooun
ty ,though not politically) during the past f w
weeks. we find the sentiment of the people to
be in favor of Goo. W. COM p . roiv for Register.
While some of the other candidates may have
strength in certain sections, he being the oldest
candid tte, has a general strength throughont
the enti, e county in favor of his nomination.
This b ing the case, he is therefore the strong
est candidate, and the party , should fir upon
him as he candidate for Register, to break up
the factlerns that have heretofore controlled our
primary clections. S. Z. Tltit'PLE.
August 26, 1869.
- - --
shy- Vote for HENRY SHENCK f)r Etkieter.
The Prison Keeper.
We observe with great pleasure, that the per
severing young gentleman, who for several
years past has run the Lancaster County PEIPon
so profitably to himself, is getting things "set
tie" so us to insure the re-election of his frienth,
Messrs. 'weigart and Sheaffer, whose terms as
inspectors expire with the present year.
Being able to build six houses, and offer
*30,000 for a f wow) to be paid crush, out of
the profits of three years prison keeping. would
satisfy some people, but Levi's ambition is
made of sterner stuff.
Former keepers got twenty cents per day for
boarding prisoners when provisions were quite
as Mph as now—Levi barely contents himself
wi lr thirty cents, which an obliging Board of
Inspectors very kindly allows him.
true mole thing o-ly is needed to secure his
peace and comfort : he experiences some trou
be every year in electing Inspectors whom he
owns. We trust to see this remedied soon by
some kind of legislation which will insurehim
the °lnce for life. He would then hire out the
co v:cts to harvest for the neighbors without
any of the trouble heretofore experienced in
ts , trlously, we ask the tax-payers whether they
are willing to go on year after year, struggling
under our enormous load of 'ounty tax, that
this miserable tool of a corrupt clique may
feed and grow fat, build houses and buy farms
out of their hard earulugtsi If not, come out
to toe polls on the :Bth inst., and let him and
his lwts feel your power. PATIENCE.
Air Vote for HENRY 8. k R..1101t !or Register
H. K. Stour for County Treasurer.
To the Voters qf Lancaster County.
Ohs rtkissis : It is known to the voters of
this county that lAM a candidate for County
Treasurer. It is also known to I hose who are
acquainted with my political course, that I
never identified myself with any political
clique, but have acted according to th e best of
my Judgment and voted for such men as I con
sisiered honest and best qualified for the posi
tions. t! ome of my competitors, and some of
the political wire-pullers, fearing that I would
receive the nomination—the popular feeling
being in opposition to " rings" and " set-ups "
about four weeks ago reported a tleti dons "set
up " or " ring ticket," which was never intended
to be voted for; and among the candidates
named was myself for County 'I reasurer. My
name was used in this connection to poison the
minds of my friends, scatter my vete, and give
hitt ongth to the real ring" candidate. I was
in hopes that all the Republican voters would
see the trick prior to the primary election ; but
I find that, some of my friends are not yet aware And it gives us the tot& saving of last
of the fact that it war but one of their political ttr
two years over the ate predeing....s 8,097 80
tricks to defeittme. as it was not intended for The above statements I hope will dissipate ,
me to be voted for in that "set up." any apprehensions my friends may have feirfor
I hereby pledge my word and honor that I be- my rept' alio& dud to the geintlemen who have
long to no clique or rlng,and.that thaws never been instrumen g t i l raldwyeiring in t o a,
attended a secret political meeting , and that I hue and O. cry a list Me; I'Worild ressectftilly
have not approacheti orbeet appreaolied.either refer fo , their consideration and meditation
verbally br - 13.y u rlting, in rogagtl to being con- the statement of Ihe year which t have selected
netted with the reported ." or " ring." as a comparison and ,tiertug which. they them-
Thi, report that lam cottnected With ft in any selves had t lie honor to he members of the
shape or Corm a wish/ five falsehood.. Ido ups Board of Prism inspeoloris.i ! tionclusattn,
pea l °Jim posTuil torucaineroounty for their Messra. Editors, permit me to state that ever
suilrage; and, oleo ed, . endeavor to die : .bevelled olkorge._of Prbieh Sm prisoner
charge llke del 00 14,p Agee to the heat tutor, has ever camped eattaos be'saill of any
eats of tub citizens of l..aitster count's._ ! of my predecesscits.
. lours , kt.. s'ft NAL „ would further reqhqserhe liOpbrizbie girt°.
!t et amp who tiro so. sorely grbeittetv beemassi am
--incS 3I hb itiroViS • tpo,l46ushansingii-I, , psia I irty cents per del fcWarolling prison
th yt short Beep imprinted and 'rut I ers t to p oat me and rlr4 p't JO 16 Hoy po4er
in ctroubotion. naig my name. t heroin(, I ,o4trisoa neeper to the StaltuhttlitOts
st itc that, inyqui e was printed on said tickets Very respectfully,
wit bout authority or countenance from me. LEVI SENsENIG,
K. sToN heept...r of Lancaster County l'rt•tott.
Now that rings seem to be the order of the
day and nearly every et edidate claims to be
long to one or the other of the cliques, it behoves
voters to examine closely the tickets they vote.
I as one voter who ant and always have been
opposed to all such arrangements, got up to in
directly rob the tax payers of the county, wish
to call the attention of the people to the fact,
that Henry S. Haufman.candidate for Treasurer
is not and has never been connected with any
ring or clique. 'the course he has pursued dur
ing the past week of political turmoil is a strong
assurance, that he depends on his own merits
alone for success, and that he intends to be
nominated honestly and fairly or not at all. If
so nominated his neighbors have no doubt but
that lie will discharge the duties of the office
fairly and honestly to all. Having been always
a strong, working Republica-, and a strong,
staunch old arry clay Whig, we think his
claims so strong on our party that the honest
yeomanry of the Old Ouard can de naught else
Hum nominate hint for the oftice, that we the
old voters of East }iempileld twp ask for him.
AN 01,I) VOTER.
*V- Vote for HENRY S. SHENSI for Ilegi.ter.
Clerk of Orphans' Court.
We, the undersigned Judges of the Courts
and Members of the liar of Lancaster county,
bike pleasure In certifying that Captain JOHN
Q. MERCER, the present Clerk of the Orphans'
Court of Lancaster county, has been a faithful,
able and efficient clerk; and in consideration of
his prcmptness 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, w e
most cheerfully recommend his re-election:
Henry G Long, n. J. 1 dckey,
A. G. Mayes Win. ti. Amweg,
John J. Libhart, Benjamin F. Baer,
Thomas E. tranklin, Isaac E. Mester,
Samuel 11. Reynolds, li. M. North,
J. It. Amwake, D. P. Ilosenmiller, jr.,
slaymaker, W. R. Wilson,
N. Ellmaker, ileor_oe E. Brenemau,
Reuben IL Long, Kready,
D. G. Eshleman, N. E. -laymaker, jr.,
John M. Amwake, George M. Kline,
D. W. Patterson, Simon P. Eby,
H. C. Brubaker, A. E. Carpenter,
Charles Dermas, A. 11. Smith,
J. li. Livingston, John K. Rutter,
James Black, Abraham Sbank,
M. M. Butt. John P. Bea,
W. A. Wilson, Y.dvar C. Reed,
George Nauman, A. J. Kauffman,
J. W. r•wift, M. 13rosius,
Andrew M. Frantz, '.uric] swope,
Newt on Lightner, IV. Leaman,
W. W. Brown, J. B. Good,
A. H. Hood, J. W. Johnson.
E. H. Yundt, Amos H. Mylin,
H. li. nwurr, simnel li. Price.
Wm. Aug. Atlee, A. J. Sanderson,
Fred. s. Pyfer, W. K. seltzer,
J. Yocum, Edward Uhurnpneys.
U. S. Clark, [a ugti-it*
Vote HENRY 8. BHENCK for Register
A Curd from Mr. Seuseuig.
LANCAWII.3I, COUNTY PRIOOII,
August 23rd, lstis.
Messrs. Editors : o)lmm:ideation's have ap
peared at different times in several of the Repub..
Bean papers of this city charging that the 'man
agement of the Prison during the last two years
has been conducted extravagantly and even im
puting dishonesty to myself. Knowing foil well
that my political enemies would seize upon any
and every pretrinee to effect disastrously my
political standing iu lbw coma - lenity, ( as always
has been and always; wilt he the fate of those
who servo in an official capacity,) I was prepared
for it. and bad matte up my mind to take no no
tice of their tit; arks. I was not prepared, how
ever,to have my reputation for honesty assailed.
I thank Clod that I have teen reasonably well
blessed with this world's goods anti have in
many of my ventures met. with some pecuniary
success, but I do not think that I should, on that
account, be held up before the community as a
dishonest oBlcial. W hat my financial transac
tions, outside of the trust committed to me, are
and have been is no one's business but my own.
1 freely admit that us a public servant I am re
sponsible, and the only charge made against
me which I feel under any obligations to notice
is that of having extravagantly managed the
affairs of the prison during the last two years;
and here let me state that if any of those self
cons( fluted guardians of the people's (1) inter
est who have assailed me—not as they alleged
in the interests of the tux payers, but to gratify
their own selfish ends—wbuld have procured
copies of the Prison reports for any number of
years back (which they easily could have done)
their mouths would have been stopped. For
upon a comparison of the receipta and expend
itures of the last two years with those of the
one immediately preceeding they would have
seen, as I shall below show, that I have during
the list two years saved the county the sum of
$1,844,05 per year, making f,ir both years a sav
ing to the county of 0,897 39 over that of the
year immediately preceeding. For how are
we to ascertain whether Or not, I am guilty of
the charge imputed to me" Simply by a com
parison of the receipts and expenditures of pre
vious years with the receipts and expenditures
of the years of my management. More money
has been expended during the last two years
than during some of the preceeding ones, for
the following reasons :
First, the cells througlyout the building had
proved 'themselves immune and were becoming
more and more so every day. It was necessary
to fix new improved doors to every cell; to ;shad
some of them with iron and make many other
necessary repairs. 'rids was in part necessary
for the purpose of safely holding long term con
victs who had hitherto been kept in the peni
tentiary in Philadelphia, at a cost of forty cents
per day, awl whom the Inspectors desired to
have retained her, which authority was given
them by an Act of Assemblrpassed last winter.
These usual expenses we shall designate in
our statementbelow as extraordinary expessies.
n'econdly, theatre:l4er *teams:ids committed
to Jail was much larger the last two years than
for previous years. For these two reasons—the
increase in the eXtraortirnary expenses and the
Increase in the number of vagrants—the amount
Of money expended; during either or the two
last years Will be larger than the one immediate
preceedir g, but by deducting these increases
in tile extraordinary expenses and the number
of vagrants from the increased amount expend
ed, it will appear as plain as a nose upon a
man's face that in each year I saved the County
the sum $1848.65, over Out actual cost of the
prison the year immediately preceeding.
UPENI4IIB ran litult
Cash paid out $27,466 85
Manufactured goods and raw materials
-- 5,996 78
. '5920363 63
Deduct goods sold 116,018 57
" extraorditary exPenSes 791 59
" mainten , ce of wagrants 1 ,729 OS
Amount of the actual coat of the prlaon
for the year 18,41 4112,730 42
Excuses.* Pelt 1887SNU 1889.
Cash paid out for two years y 62,861 48
Manufactured goods aim talk , material
Deduct goods sold, ‘to . 4.90,270 82 $70,079 54
Ex t ruordinary expenses....... '1.697 19
Maintenance of vagrants 7,40895
Amount of the ttutual.cost ofthe prison
Clot* the pears 0 61 and '(is $ 23,763 54
The half of which will make the actual
cost of each year, viz
We see above that the actual cost fo r
the ye , r 0366 was . •413,730 42
FrOm this deduct actual cost for th e
This gives us the average saving for IRS
$ 1,848 65
Multiply ibis difference by 2
/air Annonneements of candidates for °Mee
MUST DK PAID IN ADYANON. This rule f I (taper
We are authorized to announce candidates
for nomination at the Republican primary elec
t lon, to be held on SATURDAY. lrorar 914th, as
W K are authorized to announce ABRAHAM
F. BA lit. formerly machinist, of Lancaster city,
as a candidate for Coroner, subject to the deci
sion of the Republican voters at the primary
ai , "We are authorized to announce CHRIS
TIAN GAST, us a candidate for PRISON INSPEC
in favor of a change in Prison Keeper and
a reform in Prison Management.
nirWe are authorized to announce HENEY
S. MI'SSEH, as a candidate for Parson arse-
Ton, in favor of a change of Prison Keeper.
EsATAK BELLING/ELT, AdalliStOWn.
It. W. SHENK, City.
JOHN M. STEMMA S,.Penn.
JOHN WARFEL, City.
PETER FaAtzv, Cohmibia.
THOMAS A. CLARK, Drumore.
CA ABRAHAM tODSHALIE, East. Coealieo.
Da. E. B. HERB, Manor.
JAC,)B G. PKTIMS, Conestoga.
MAJ. A. C. REINORLIL, Manneim.
UAPT, WM. D. Es:may, East Hempfield.
AARON 11. Smalley East Hemiatield.
JoHN AcmsTvoNa maim.
sm.omos In li.en. Earl.
PETER JOHNS, East Lampeter.
:AI ERI Fl.
Amos GROS'S% Martie.
Jon N lI n.DERRANr r Mount Joy.
JOHN M. JAcosp, Clay.
ISAAC MrSIELER City.
CAPT. WM. B. STAUFFER, formerly of Earl t
late of the lst'Penn , a Reserves, and of the
195th P. V., present Clerk for Prothonotary.
CLERK OF QrTARTER SESSIONS.
BENJAMIN F. ROWE, PIT/Videllee,
CLERK OF oRPH ANS) COURT.
Amos F. sWEIGART, formerly of Salisbury twp.,
now of Earl, and late Sergeant 47th Regiment
P. V. intantry.
CArT. JOHN Q. MiturEn, City (late of Sadsbury.)
JACOB W. BRAn, East Donegal.
HENRY BECHTOLD, Mount Joy.
GEO. W. COM rTON. Churchtown.
MARTIN S. Fay, Ephrata.
JACOB D. CrOlartr, City.
LIEUT. A. C. IlEen, W est Lampeter.
JEREMIAH 110HHER, City, lute Major 127th Itegi•
men t Pene , a Volunteers, 2d Division, 2d Corps,
Army of the Potomac.
DR. W. M. WHITESIDE, City, late Lieutenant of
Company Eloth Regiment first three months'
service, anti Captain of Company I, 79th Reg
iment P. V.
W r. Ronmirs, West Ilemptield.
H. l. tiros Ea, West Lampeter. (Manufacturer
of Agricultural Implements.)
JESSE PAINN A BE, li ER, Clay.
PRISON( IN -PECTOR.
11. S. Mr'. rat, East Donegal.
I 11. SHEAFFR. Earl township.
JARED SWBICAICT, Ephrata.
T,Atke STOOL, phru'a.
DI RECToIt oF"rim POOR.
JACOB I , 2OIIREIt, East LUDTCWT.
ROBERT DYE ART, Mount Joy ',l:trough.
SCROFF—RAMSAN. Aug. l9Lh, by Itev. A. 11.
Kremer, Marrts Sehoff to Mary Ramsey, both of
Dvartiol— rus. Aug. 22d, by the dame. John
Derder to Catharine Bubb, both of Lancaster.
h ITH PM . A ng. 17111, by Jacob Rein
hold, George S. Heller to Leah Withers, both of
NOMIZIVROLD—GRKIN Kat Aug. 17th, by Rev. J.
T. urine, Henry S. Nohreuhold to Mary G.
Gt elner. both of Rapho.
C RK—( iILGOItE. Aug. 19th, at the residence
of the bride's mother. by the same, Uriah S.
'lark, Esq., of I )anville, Peguca-twp., to Sarah
E. Gllgore; t f this city.
MARBHBANK. Aug. 19th. at the residence of his
father J. 1). Marshbank, in Harrisburg, \Vin. T.
Marshbank, In the 31st year of his age.
BAWL Aug 11th, in last Hemptleld-twp.,
Mary Baker, WitIOW, aged 73 years, 11 months
and 15 days.
FAH Nssrocir. Aug. 18th, at the residence of
her son, A. T. Fahuestock, at East Lthertv,
Allegheny co., Barab,wite of Burins Fuhnestock,
In the 7Zd year of her age.
Lancaster Household Markets.
LANcesrza, Aug. 25.
Butter, *126 28 6 80
Lard,* 1 22
Eggs, Itt doz. 20 i 22
Dressed Chic kens by the piece.... 40 60
New potatoes, * bitlfpk 8 10
Apples IR 1 4 peek 7 15
Tomatoes* 1 4 peeks 6
Poaches VI ! , 4 peck ........ ..... ... 20 80
Pears VI 1,4 peck 15 @ 20
Onions 15 ft 20
Blackberries Vqt 4 i 5
Lawton Blackberries V qt 8 10
Huckleberries 10 13
Green Corn V do: ... 8 0 12
Squasbes 1 i 3
Cantaloups per piers 5 13
Jersey Sw let Potatoes 12 11 ,4 peck 26 40
Watermelons (fi It. R.) . 2.t 40
Cucumber Plekels per 100. 40 50
Veal bi quarts,* lb 10 0 12
II 15 a 20
laity 5 0 10
Elderberries 1 11 qt 3 t 4 4
Oats, $ll bag oil bus. (new arop).. 1.00 ®l. 81
Philadelphia Produce Market.
PIHILADZI.PHIA, Aug. 24.—There is no move
ment in Cloverseed or Timothy. There is a
good demand for Flaxseed anti it ix taken on
arrival by the crushers at $2 firstname.lastname@example.org lle bus.
The flour market continues very flat, as the
inquiry is confined entirely to the wants of the
home trade, but prices are unchanged ; small
s ties superfine, at 0.250.50 bbl ; extras, at
0.300632 , 4 : Northwestern extra family, at ed.-
7607.75; 400 hbls. of Penn'a do. do., at 114 email@example.com;
300 bbls. Ohio, do. do., at $7.2540, and. fancy lota
Rye flour is in small supply and 11c. bbl.
higher; sales of 100 bbls. at $.3.87 1 4.
Irices of Cornmeal are nominal.
The wheat market is very quiet at the late
decline, and the only sales reported are 2500 bus.
choice Indiana red •.t $1 58; MOO bus. western do
on secret terms 11500 bus. Penn'a and Delaware
do. at $firstname.lastname@example.org; 700 bus. old Penn'a at $1.54;
900 bus. fair Indiana white at 41 55.
.11.- - e is dull and lower; sales at 1.18.
Corn is less active, and prices hardly main
tained ;small sales of yellow at 41 1841 20, and
6420 bus. west ern mixed at 41.1901.18,
oats are dull at 55@d00, for new, and 67670 c.
$ 12,133 21
Whisky is held firmly and may be quoted at
$email@example.com for wood and iron bound packages.
Philadelphia Cattle Market.
MONDAY, A ug. 23.—Beef Onttlo were dull I his
week, and prices were rather lower; 2101 head
arrive.l and sold at Btiele. for extra Penn'a
and western steers; 7880. fair to good, arid 4'4
WO. 19 3. gross, for common as to quality.
The following are the particulars 01 the sales :
65 head, Owen Smith, Western 8 f 9
NI " A. Christy & Bro., do. 8 @ 9
r7O " P. Mention, do 7 @ 8 1 4
65 " P. llathawnV, do 7 8 1,4
126 " James Merßlen do 8 9
$ 46,815 96
- U hlm a n va• B achman,
8 „../ 9
115 " & Bachman, do
134 " Martin, Fuller & Co., do 5,,
184 " Mooney ab Smith, do 6' , 9
150 " J. Smith. Co 7 9
/19 " Hope & Co., do 6 8 1 4
20 " M. Dryfooa & C0.,d0. 6 1 4 7 1 4
50 " Fakon & Co., do 6 7
104 " J. McArdle, 00 .. 5 Sig
32 " James null. do 4 1 .$ 5 1 4
34 " Dangler & MeCleese,Chest.co. 7 8
75 " James S. Kirk do 6 1 ,$ 7 1 j
30 " 14. Mclleti, d o 5 i 7
29 " Chandler &Alexander, d 0... . 6
26 " A. herniae, do 7 85:9 6
34 " 1... FL Young, do 5i 7
65 " Prtslon & Saunders, do 7 7 1 4
12 " Jesse Miller, do 8 13 1 4
'Bl " H. Chain, western Penn'a.... 5 6 1 4
tht " C. W illie, ' do. do 5 1 4 0 1 ,i
PO " Thoo.lll43olicy & B Virginia 4 1 4 814
70 " J. &L. Fratilt, do 6 1 40 8 1 4,
100 " Frank & Schamberg, do (Otis 8'
3$ " Blum & Co., do 8,
21 " A. Frank, Ohio I o ‘ l llls
'53 " G. Ellengei, do ' GIA LA
Cows were unchanged ; 150 head Sold at 0
60 for spriuipers, and. 5911175 toll head tor cow and
calf, as to quality .
Sheep were rather dull •; 9500 head sold at the
Pai k and ¥tas Drove Yards, as 44166. la Th.,
gross, as to condition. ' ...
me ' • Hogs were in fair demand ; 2700'110mi sold at
the different yard ,, , at 51::(413 75 for slop, and
I 514014 53 Wi 100 lt.s net, for corn ie.', includfmr a
Lew choice at $14.75.
RIDDLE & COCHRAN'S,
No. 40 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
(Two Doors North of Inquirer Building,)
We welild respectfully call the attention of
TEACHERS AND SCHOLARS
To our new and complete stock of
School Books & School Stationery
OF EVERY DE,;CRIPTION,
L 0 - VT S I--'RICF'S.
Ilaving purchased for r Isll, we can afford to
offer inducement R.
Ahr GIVE Us A CALL. 114 - I.
HAGER & BROTHERS
Are receiving daily from the New York and
Philadelphia Markets, goods for Fall Sales, and
FLANNELS—WhiIe, Red and they, from low
est to finest qtutlities.
I ERA FLANNELS in nll color:,
cOTTON FLANNELS from low priced to
10'000 yard. , : New Styli. DARE PUINTS
ut 12 1 ,4c1 s.
Iso n full lISSOrt frOf
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODs
CLUTII , ,
IND READY-MADE currniNu,
AT LOWEST MARKET RATES
A SSIGNED ESTATE OF A. D.
ROcKAFELLOW and WM S. BOCK
AF ELWIN, doing business under the name of
A. D. ROCK AFELLOW & BRO., of the city of
Lancaster, Lancaster county.
A D. ROCK A FELLOW & BROTHER •hav
ing by deed of voluntary 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. ROCK A FELLOW .L .1111.0., 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
vent the same,
C. B. KERN, Millersville, Pa.,
, Lancaster, Pr
. mita.rat, , _
ASSIGNED ESTATE OF A. 9. HOCK
AFELLOW AND WIFE, of the city of
Lancaster, Lancaster county.
A. D. ROCA A FELLOW AND WIFE, of the
city of Lancaster, having by deed or volun
tur,y assignment, dated July 21st, 1869, Resigned
and transferred all their estate and effects to
the undersigned for the benefit, of the creditors
of tha said A. D. HOOKA FELLOW, tha 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. HEUR, 31111eravilte,
D. P. ROSENMILLER, Ja.,Laneaster,Pa.,
ASSIGNED ESTATE OF WILLIAM
S. not 3( A F ELLOW, of the city of Lan
caster, 'Ancestor county.
W. 8. 1t04..K A FELL° W ,of the city of Lancaster,
having by deed of voluntary assignment, dated
July ilst, 18tikassigned 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 make payment without delay, and
those having claims to present the same.
C. B. HE KR, Millersville,
D. P. ROSES MILLER, Ja., Lancaster city,
SEVEN PER CENT. GOLD BONDS
of the LAKE SUPERIOR AND MISSIS
SIPPI RAILROAD COMPANY.
First Mortgage :linking Fund Bonds, Free of
United states faxes.
secured by 1,682,000 ACRIN OF CHOICE
LAN and by the Railroad, its rolling stock,
and franchises; and yielding in currency near
ly Ten per cent. ppe• annum.
Holders of 540 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 G. sWAUTZ,
No. 73 North Duke-at.,
my7•taug2B*) Lancaster, Yu.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an appli
cation will be made at the next session of the
state Legislature of Pommylrani& for the crea
tion of a corporate body with banking privi.
letes, to be located in the village of New Hol
land, in Lancaster county, to be named and
styled the "NEW HOLLAND EXCHANGE,
DiS(IOIINT AND DEPOSIT COMPANY," 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
shall not exceed the sum of .40,01E.02.
By the Committee.
D. P. ROSE NMI LLER, JR.,
jy2- ,k Homey.
Volksfremillaneaster, and Harrisburg Weekly
The subscriber offers at Private Sale his
Farm, situated in West Fallow:104 township,
Chester county, two miles south of Penning
The Furor contains 114 acres of highly im
proved land, fenced car into convenient fields.
There is about ten acres of woodland, and the
rest is under a high state of cultivation.
• The buildings consist of a large convenient
FRAME HOC sE, with ICITtIIiEN attached,
good STONE BA RN S 5 by 60 feet, with straw
house attached, War4on-house, Corncrib, Cider
press lee-house and Hog - house , and other out
buildings, such as are Usually connected with a
first class farm. There is a well of excellent
water near the door with a pump therein and
a Vault connected. There is a good Apple and
Peach Orchard on the farm, Just coming into
The Oroands around the Rouge are nicely
laid out, and planted with a choice variety of
Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Shrubbery, &c.,
which conspire to make it one of the most de
sirable dwelling places in the country.
Persons wishing to purchase a good farm, in
a good neighboth oil, would do well to view the
faint before purchasing el sewhere.
For further particulars call on or address
IsAAE L A NTZ,
A t' ST c, 1869
Everybody Buys their Clothing
MYERS & RATIIPON,
AND SAVES MONEY
MYERS Sc RATHFON keep the largest
MEN, YOUTHS AND BOYS:;,
All our own manufacture. We guarantee the
goods us represented or money refunded. We
liave just ret tinted from the cast with a full and
complete stock of
CLOTIIS, TRICoTs, rIQUI , I9 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 stock of
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODSiS
Thankful for past patronage we hope by
selling goods low to merit a continuance of
MYERS & RA TIIFON,
Southeast Corner of Centre Square,
.. - 11)16-1 ]
NEW SPRING GOODS
GEO. B. COLEM AN,
No. II NORTH QUEEN STREET,
(Late Wiley's Shoe Store,)
Has in store a Fine Assortment of
French, English and American
CLOTHS, COATINGS ANT) CASSIMERES,
which he is prepared to mako up to order in
the latest styles for
SPRING AND SUMMER WEAR,
(IN TILE MOST REASONABLE TERMS
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
OF' EVERY DESCRIPTION ON HAND
BEAU MONDE HALL!
531 PENN SQUARE, 531
A LARGE LOT OF
VESTINGS, &C., &C.,
SPRING 2ND SUMMER, WEAR
FURNISHING GOODS 1
LEVI G. COLEMAN, Cutter.
BUCH it BRO.,
Boots and Shoes.
MARSHALL & SON'S
BOOT AND SHOE STORE,
CENTRE SQUARE, LANCASTER, PA.
ANOTHER FRESH ARRIVAL—GIyn Us A CALL.
Theigmly place for good and substantial work
Where can be seen the largest and best assort
went of Men's and Boys'
BOOTS AND SHOES
ever brought to this city. Ladies', Misses' and
Children's plain and fancy Shoes, Ba!morale
and Buttoned Gaiters.
sir Also, RUBBERS OF EVERY KIND, which
we invite you to call and examine; feeling con
tident that we can warrant all to
REINHOLD & STUBBS,
No. 104 North Queen St., Square above
the R. R. Depot.
BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS.
Have just arrived from the city with &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 :
Men s Calf Boots $3.00 to $7.00
Box-toe Congress Gaiters._ 3.00 to 4.00
" Congress Gaiters 2.50 to 3.00
" Balmoral.: 2.00 to 8.00
" Lasting Congress Gaiters 3.00 to 375
" Oxford - Tie 2.75 to 3.50
Boys' Gaiters 2.00 to 8.00
' Calf Bolmorals 1.50 to 2.00
Youtns Calf lialmorals 1.25 to 1.75
Ladies high-polish Lasting Gaiters. 2.5010 3.25
" Lasting Balmorals 1.25 to 1.75
" Lasting Congress Gaiters-- 1.50 to 2.00
fine Glove Kid Hutton Hoot.. IA to 4.00
" " Glove Kid Polish 800 t... 2.20 to 3.25
" " Morocco Buttou 2.25 to 3.00
" " Goat Balmoral 2.00 to 2.50
" " Turkey Morocco Button. 3.00 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 2.20
" Lasting high-polish 2.00 to 7.25
Children's shoes of 'all kinds 50 to 150
.41d-An inspection of the stock is solicited.
u-Our work is all warranted.
sip All klocls of custom work manufactured
in the very best s4yle at short notice, at the
lowest each prices.
II FIINUOLD & STUBBS
The beet Fruit Jar te the MASON JAN
SAFE, RELIABLE AND SIMPLE
EVERY JAR WARRANTED
50 GROSS FOR SALE,
IVUO,LESAI 4 E A,ND RETAIL
Also, other good /almond tile iThoicost selceti on
of GROCERIES in'tlio 010*
AT No. 18 EAST . KING STREET
THOS. J. WENTZ,
SIGN OF THE BEE HIVE,
Now offers a fall assortment of
WHITE GOODS, ,
GLOVES and HOSIERY,
Floor & Table Oil Cloths,
GLASS AND QUEENS WARE
LOWEST INDUCING „PRICES.
Kind attention paid to all.
Special cure taken to show our stock.
nn} 28-tf] No. 5 East King Street.
JOHN D. SKILES,
SPRING AND SUMMER DRY GOODS
500 pa. CA LICOEs from 9 to 12%0. per yard..
A line assortment of squAra, SHAWLS of
All the Best and Popular Makes
FRENCII, ENGLISH & AMERICAN
Which we will make up to order at short notice,
best style, low prices.
A large assortment of our own Manufacture for
50 ps. BRUSSET,S THREE-PLY,
OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS, RUGS, .Lc
A tine asaorttuent of Window Shades at vet,
Low Prices. tray7-1y
JACOB HARNISII, M. B. HARNIBH, JOKE L. AIII.LSYL.
HARNISH & CO'S
No. 27 WEST KING-ST., LANCASTER, PA.,
Cloths, Cassimeres, SattinettS, Jeans, Tweeds
Liudseys, Flannels, Tiekings, Checks, Plaids,
Alpsoess, Drees Goods, ,l=inglianis, Calicoes,
Muslin and Drills,
White Goods, Notions, &No. 1 Feathers,
MEN AND BOYS' WEAR,
Made up at astonishing Low Prices.
Slit-• Call and examine our stock before pur
chasing elsewhere. [febl2,l3o-ly
Parents to Fanatics,
When the light has lett the house, metuoria
such as these compound their interest.
Miniature or Opal Pictures, admitted to be
the best in the city and no superior in the,Stalis
Constantly increasing demand and great expe
rience in this style or miniature give ub greater
facilities and better results than any establish
ment outside of largo cities.
STEREOGRAPIIS 01r ROME VIEWS for the
Centre Table. Also, prismatic instrument&
Large Colored Work by some of the best Ar•
Lists in Philadelphia and elsewhere In the hig.b,
est style of the art. India Ink, Pastille, Crayon
and colors, at
GILL'S CITY GALLERY,
No. 20 East King-sL
UNDERCLOTHING, STOCKINGS, GLOVES,
COLLARS, CUFFS, SLEEVE.EUTTONS,
nintiVb ware generally, at
NORTH QUEEN ST., Lancaster.
Ant veer ous grosser shtook goods—suttabk
ler 14 Ha:logs, ei-Y ohm uu onuory Frugal:do—
sclinup-Dicker, Collars, Huta
sermel K'nep, g'shtiekte ilemmer-fronta, Pocket.
Richer, Perfumery, liolir.CElll, Cigar Casa, na
onnery fancy articles one
L. J. ERISMAN'S,
41 North Queen Street., Lancaster.
(Om sign turn gross tilitsestich item.) [uc2o.ly
RAUCH & COCHRAN,
PLAIN AND FANCY PRINTING
From the largest POSTE It to the smallest CARD
or CIRCULAR, executed In Use best style, and
at reasonable prices.
-Orders from a dietance promptly attend
eIEFICE.—No, 13, SOITTII QUEEN STIttIET
CON ESTOG A
sEMINAIIY FOR YOUNG LADIES.
THE FIFTII ANNT.a.. SESSION BEGINS
E Pry: t VF: I 1.809.
'For TFIRMS;ko.; see CII2CANRS; to be had
at he Rooms, No. 32 ill Pit INCE Street.
Ltwea , itur, Pa
D. S. BUItSli. I augls-tti
EAST KING STREET,
AT HIS NE\ STORE,
NO. 21 EAST KING STREET,
Has just opeued
THE MUST ELEGANT STOCK
Ever offered to the
CITIZENS ()F LANCASTER
LADIES , DRESS GOODS
Of every ileseription
1 flue assortment of
CLOTH ,, ,
MEN AND BOY'S WEAR,
AT LOW PRICES
CARPETS I:1 CARPETS 1I!
INGRAIN, RAG AND liEDfP CARPETS,
Dealers in Foreign and Domestic.
GLASS AND QUEENSWAEE,
Father to Daughter,
Mother to Sou.
OENTLEMZN TO LADIES
GILL'S SUPERB PHOTO
lilurnishlng Goods, sec.
Book and Job Printivg.
BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS
OF ALL KINDS
I,' 1:V U. li. P.ItrNING,