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=EU FUN SCHWEFFLEBRENNER.
SCELIFFLETOWN, AUGSHT der 24 t, 18(39.
MISTER FODDER ABRALIAM:
Do kit meaya sawya was se wella, d.
Bevvy is an gooier pollytishener. Ns fer
shteat de ropes. Se konn so wcit in a
meelshtea uei gucka dos der negsht monn,
un wier se aw seat for yusht so a dummy,
nix wisser fun a bush fraw (her is mis
taken. Se least tscitunga, un se least mit
understanding. So fershteat de Bricks fun
de copperhehds so wohl dos de (kicks fun
Duck-ring. Ebmohls mehn ich se wist
meaner dos a fraw wissa set, awer wan ich
draw denk we se mich shun direct un uf
gepost hut, un olly mob! uf der rechta
weg, nuts felt sawya dos mer Bich entirely
uf se ferlussa konu.
Oat letshta Dunnershdog hut se mer
=told cant Opinion gevva fun weaya de
pollitticle slikalliwacks wu uf nix ous sin
dos yusht shteala, leeya un rauwa. Sod
dichu, secht de Bevvy, huts aw in der Re
publican party so wohl dos in der demo
kratish party, yusht in der Republican
party hen se kea bisness, weil su shtock
bei uoddoor demokratish is, un eara plawn
is dos mer se ous der party nous un ins
onner camp nei kick 4 d. Un now, sidder
dos de copperheads a kondidawt hen mit
plenty geld, dter uf der welt kea chance
but tsu gwiuna except er konn votes
genunk kawfit, is a first raty chance for
30 shtuft iOllB tsu wrerra, for se geana so
Ina Meet-licit 'cm geld howlit noch os dos
de Corky bussards ferreekty kreddoora
Hoch geana. buss se yusht amohl wissa
dos se nimmy tenger shteala un rawa
kenna, un dos ehrliche kit uf de ltepubli
%in ticket runna, un donu, my wart der
fore, Becht se, ob sin se in arshta boat for
in oe copperhed party wu se by right onna
De Bevvy is aw an tip-top guter tack
tishneuer. Om same owet, n9ch dem dos
ae mer de sacha explained hut, is se aw
tsu der sonclusion ktuuma for tiler direc
tions gevva for ebbas tsu du. " Now Pit,"
seeht se, "morya free muslit amohl nun
ner noch Fildelfy gea un den Mutchier uf
mart, seller Packer's Shtate Committy
monn wu der seller breef g'shrivva hut,
nn wanner der fum Packer sehn geld aw
beet, donn nem yusht olles was du kreeya
konslit, un wann du heam kummsht donn
sogsht mer olles was du hearsht un seasht.
Awer, Becht se, wens widder unniell de
demokrata geat, lusht du dei neic watch
derheam so dos se der se net shteala."
Well, om Fridog morya bin ich tsu foos
tswea mile on der shtation un war
yuaht in tseit for de cars. We ich in
Fildelfy aw geland bin hob ich grawd noch
~,f roked for der platz wu ins breef awgevva
war, un hob aw kea difficulty g'hot es tsu
inn e, un we ich nei bin warn about sex
odder sivva radder suspishes gookiche
kterls dort rum g'huckt un hen siggars
7shmoked un ich suspect aw a wennich
wisky g'sutlit, any how es wahra drei so
shwartzy buttla uf cm dish, un glesser un
aw an wasser pitcher. Eans fun eana war
so an orrick dicker un roat-g'sichticher
ding mit ma weisa hoot uf un a shwatza
crape druf, un an onnerer hut mer ordlich
feel geguckt we so an back-leg, for er hut
nw an weiser hoot of g'ilot un a ivver ous
sheany un glitzeriche bresht pin aw un a
fancy ring uf em linger un a shponishe
ssiggar im maul. Ich hob uf course noel)
'em Mister William Mutehler Esquire
g'froked, un er hut•aw grawd of g'shwetzt
un g'sawt er wter der moan, un we ich
caul g'sawt hob war ich bin hut er liter
de bond gevva un awfonga deitsh shwetza.
Eris an feiner monn—sell mus ich sawya,
-an er hut tnieh heasa mit earn in so a back
3lttivvelly nei gea, un dort hen mer amohl
unser bisness transact mit nonner.
"Now Pit" secht er, "ich hob shun
feel Ina deer ~00 l uert uu aw geleasa, un bin
orrig: froh dos du kumnia bisht. We
gents donn ols any how ?"
" Ordlieh Boot" hob ich g , sawt.
"Un was macht donn dei olty, de Bevvy,
- ens bubbelly—sin se aw g , sund
" sog ich, " se sin, yusht der klea
Tua noch uet gone ivver eel dorrich-foll."
" Un we sin donn de pollyticks druvva
in Shlittletown olleweil ?"
" Well" hob ich g'sawt, olleweil is es
'web ordlich still film Gufferneer, awer
dort in Lenkeshter county sin de leit gons
greiselheftich ufreerish fun weaya demo
" Yah" secht er, " so we ich liter sin se
ordlich of gemix'cl dort," fun weaya de
Senuaters un Setnly lcit. Awer Pit, luss
ups amohi fun ebbas sunsht Shwetza. Ich
_glawb du warsht aw als an guter demo
krat un ich hob on did' g'shrivva for
amoid a conferseashun haws mit der for
ouslinna eb mer net so a wenuich tsu an
- anderstanding kumtua kenna so dos du
widder for de goot alt party gea kennaht,
for wan du dusht, donn konn ich's so Lisa
dos es tau deiner advantage wter, for der
Mister Packer is cans fun denua wu tsu
seina freind shtickt.
" Well," sog Mt, " was kennel der donn
du for earn wann mer for Packer geht?"
"Well," seciat er, "was denksht dos
mer about du set for dich warm:du widder
de party joinsht? ,
" Sell," hob ich g'sawt, "is now an
ordlich plainy froke; sell taut mer sheer
we bisness. Wan ich sell du donn dung
se naich evva gram.' ous der Posht Offis
nouse.mooffi,, un noch cans, donn kent ich
aw nix mea du mit meim freind George,
unser chief fum Duck-ring," sog ich.
" Awer sell Posht emtly," secht er, "is
anyhow net feel wtert, uu ich konn dich
inshura dos du kea shtanding mit em
George ferleersht wann du for Packer
geasht, for ich hob de argument doh in
meim sock olleweil forean seiwer of unser
side tsu fetcha."
"El kennsht du donn der George?"
"Eb ich ean ken?" " iff course kenn ich
ean," .secht •er4 "un es war dorrich eau
dos ich de directions grickt hub for seller
breef on (hell tsu shreiva."
" Well," sog kb, "ich kotin of course
net fu• Packer gea eb kit weas dos ich
aw be tzaht wter derfore. " Was denksht
dos ich about hawa set?"
" Well, l'it," seat CP , "se sawya mci
dchta votes kaw fa —sell is net wohr. Awer
der alt Asa is willows a wennich tsu
stipends munch scina freind. Now will
ich der sawya was ich du. Ich geb der
now amohl linf-a-tswansich dahler, un
wanus recht goat du ich aw noch meaner
noch der leckshun." " Sell awcr is dock
rather tsu wennich," hob ich g'sawt.
`• Well donn waund's net shtatida konnsht
on sellam, donn, sog fuftsich," secht or,
" un donn, wann du meaner hawa musht
for expenses, dorm luss mich es yusht
wissa un ich mach's Boot."
" Well done," sog lch, " mer wella's so
fershtonna hawa," un ter graved rouse
mit seim pocka-buch un gebt mer lief
greenback tsea dahler noM."
"Now," secht or, "Pit, now husht
anaohl an inshtallment. Now will ich der
ouch an offer macha." Es kuimut orrig
tiel of de breimery leckshuns aw dort, in
Lenkeshter county eb der Gecry an grossy
odder a gleans majority grickt. Wann se
seller Billingfelt widder of nemma, donn
dung se aw widder sivva dausend black
Republican majority gevva. Awer warm
s,: an gutes ring ticket nominata, dorm is
es tins tun drei his fear dausand votes
wtert, for donn wtera de wu gcaya der
ring sin Ikish un btes, un kumnitt net on
de leckshun. Now konnst 'cm Packer
ken bessere decushta du dos mit em George
tsu gea, un bei all means der Billingfelt
ous der nomineashun bolts, under eant
sieh weg sell tsu du is can roux tsu tseala.
Now wann du manneteha konnsht der
Billingfelt tsu beeta, don geb ich der noch
a hunnert dallier extra."
Ich hob eam g'sawt ich wet tioch-a.nold
der George sehna derweaya, un er hut mer
aw recht gevyra,un der weg we er g'shwetzt
hut is er ordlich goot of gepost mit em
• We mer ftertich wara shwetza hut er
mich eigelawda widder tsu kumma, un
donn deat er mer amohl an inderduckshun
taunt Packer gevva.
We mer widder 'louse iu de fudder
shtub sin hut er mich interdoost tsu eans
noch earn (miler fun denim wu dort
g'lluckt hen. Eaner war der Mister
011dertnan Bill Mackmullin, Esquire; au
ounerer hut er Sam. Joseff g'heasa awer
eb sell sei forenawma odder sei tsu nawma
war weas ich uet—fcrleicht kennsht ean,
er is on ordlich dicker ding, un war ols
druvva in Ilarrisborrick, awer ich konu
now net sawya eb er au French Backer is
odder yusht a Scully monn. De onncry
wara all Eirishe, un hob ears nawma fer
We ich drouse war in der feela loft bob
ich ordlich goot un we ich
beam kumma bin under Bevvy ollea
g'sawt hob, un de greenbax onna getzealt
hob, donn Itetslit awer derbei sei sella, for
ich konn der sawya, de Bevvy war about
gepleast dos ich den Bill Mutchler amohl
so shlick ous sella fuftsich dabler g'flanked
hob. " Pit," Becht se, "sell war about
der shmartsht drick dos du in all dehn
leawa noch gedu husht, for ich weas kea
besserer plawn dos derma kterls ears geld
yusht olniernma un donn vota tin shotfa
for Geery un Billingfelt, un onnery
PIT Sett WEFFL EIIRENNER. j
N. B.—Om Somsdog war ich widder in
der shtadt beim George ; un hob aw der
Shteamy g'sca. De shtadt war full fun
shkallywacks, on tint* dahier shtick, un
selly hen eara ammunition un eara rashens
grickt. Ich hob ordlich toot gedu, for
moor hen se tsea dahlcr gevva of de Slitate
dreshery account, donu hut der George
mer finf gevva for Wiley ols seinlyinonn,
un we ich nuf ous eck bin is der shrnart
Duckter kumma un hut mer aw noel)
fiat' dahier wart pastor un foolder shtock
iu der jacket sock g'shteckt, uu der
Shteamy hut mer noch tswansich meaner
gevva fors maul holta, un sell macht all
together fiertsich dahier un ich hob de
watch noch. Des Ntzahlt. De Bevvy is
flush olleweil—geat morya in der shtott
for a neier dress uu ucie socks fors bub
belly. Ich trick mer aw an neier hoot un
a paar neie ahtittle. P. S.
MAKE HOME H iPPY
Beading, declamations, pantomimes,
simple games, acting and rehearsals, are
innocent amusements, and can be enjoyed
at home with far less expense than to go
abroad for them. This course will give
you the love and confidence of your chil
dren, which you must have to serve them
well, and to make them feel that home is
the best place in the world. It is the
course that will save your sons from the
haunts of vile companions, and your daugh
ters from being enticed, through the hope
of pleasure, into rude and forbidden ways.
For your children will seek pleasing assc
ciates; if they can't have them at home
they will abroad. Your young folks will
have fun and frolic, and if you make them
leave it outside of your dwelling, they will
go out to find it and enjoy it. Home, then,
is the safest and most profitable place for
amusements. here bring your music,
your gambols, and carols; here let the
merry voices rino• r' in social merriment,
while you, if you have cares and sorrows
to weigh down your heart during the day,
lay them apart from yourself for the time,
and put on it glad spirit and live over again
your gay and happy hours. It's no use
to carry a sad face always, and it is not
right to cloud the sanshine of the young
heart; it should have its spring time and
harvest. A child without a childhood, a
youth without a youth, is a sad picture
for the world to look upon.
THE Harrisburg telegraph relates the
following incident: "When the unterri
fled Democracy were returning from Har
risburg to Philadelphia, after they had
nominated Asa Packer for Governor, a
muderous assult was made by a gang of
them upon a gentleman connected with
the Pennsylvania railroad. They forced
themselves into a car in which were ladies,
knocked him down, and would have killed
him outright, had not a commanding
voice arisen above the noise of the rolling
wheels of the cars, and the wild yells of
the ruffians. "What yer 'bout, ther. Stop
that! Don't yer know that Packer's only
'nominated! He's not geeted set. Yer haint
forgot Jerry Eaton, have yer? Geary's
gov'ner yet, and will hang every one of
yel Wait till Packer's 'lected, and then
you can pitch in!" These fellows are an
ticipating a jolly time when the fear of
Geary and the gallows are removed by the
election of Packer. Mully will do up the
pardon business to theirentire satisfaction.
NEwsuov.--Say„fim, how diles Packer's stamps atliwt your trade?
BOOT - -Doesn't affect it at all. That crowd don't shine up, you knot%
NEwsnov.—No i or it isn't the crowd thak reads. nether.
RESULTS OF REPUBLICAN RULE
Ilere are some of the results of four
months' administration of afillirs by Presi
dent Grant, gathered from a speech recent
ly make by General Garfield, at Colum
bus, Ohio. The first three quarters of the
present fiscal year, which ended yesterday,
yielded in revenue $250,000,000. The last
quarter of the fiscal year, ending to-day,
will yield $100,000,000, or $20,000,000
more than any single quarter under the
,Tohnson reign. In May, 1868, the total
manufaetnres gave to the revenue but
$150,000,000, whereas, in the same month
this year, it produced (not including a
number of districts not heard from) $4,-
500,000, an invieftie of $3,000,000 over the
same month last year. —And now for the
expenses. During the first three quarters
of the present fiscal year, the expenditure
amounted to $356,000,000, or an average
exceeding $5,3,000,000. On the other hand,
i•i the quarter ending to-day, they will not
exceed $00,000,000, or $25,000,000 less than
any other quarter of the year. Not only
will the Congressional appropriations,
reduced as they were, meet the wants of
the Government under General Grant, but
there will be a surplus of some $37,000,-
000, and the nuisance of deficiency bills
appear likely to be avoided for the first
time in years. These are eloquent figures
for the people, who cannot but discover
in them the fact that the President is lit
erally redeeming his promise to faithfully
collect the revenues and to expend the
public money economically. The exhibit
is one of which every American should feel
proud. If in four brief months, such an in
crease in receipts and such a diminution
in the expenditures is apparent, what may
we not expect of the three years and eight
months vet to come of President Grant's
administration? Surely the future is full
of promise to every man who loves his
The Lehigh Register announces its de
termination to light Asa Packer with its
whole strength; " to bring facts up on facts
to show that he is not lit to be Governor
of Pennsylvania; that Ids promises are to
be scorned as worse than stuff; that he
acquired his wealth as other millionaires
have acquired theirs, and that in trying
to delude laboring men into voting for him
by declaring that he was once one of them
and acquired his fortune by honest toil,
he displays a weakness the people of
Pennsylvania don't admire." It also says:
" There will be dead men arising from
their tombs to give in their testimony,
and the people, notwithstanding the false
swearing of Democratic newspapers and
the pleadings of Democratic orators, shall
bring in a verdict of guilty and sentence
him to stay in private life, where he will
have more opportunities to invent Lehigh
Valley freight companies and compel the
people to pay higher freights than the
railroad company could legally charge."
A PROUD RECORD
On tho 28th of June, 1861, at the be
ginning of the late war for the preserva
tion of the Union, John W. Geary was
mustered into the service as a Colonel.
On the 23th of April, 1862, he was pro
moted to Brigadier General, and on the
11th of January, 1863, was made Major
General. He was wounded at Bolivar,
Cedar Mountain and Chancellorsville. To
the present day he carries rebel lead in his
body. Ile has been Mayor of San Fran
cisco, Governor of Kanas, Military Gov
ernor of Savannah, and Governor of
Pennsylvania. lle discharged the respon
sible duties of each and all of these ool
tions with honor to himself and credit to
his native State. Few Pennsylvanians
have ever made a nobler record.
THE Readinc , Dispatch says: "It is of
the first importance to the people and to
the future of our party, (not only of our
own State, but of the whole family of
States,) that Republicans shall triumph in
this campaign. If Packer isolected, our
Gubernatorial chair becomes the furniture
of the railroad monopolists, and its influ
ence and power is forever gone fro .fie
masses of the people; if Packer is succes
ful we shall also lose the Legislature, and
the Copperheads will so apportion the State
next winter as to forever preclude the
possibility of our getting the Legislature
in our hands again. These are calamities
which we do not wish to see befall the
party now in power, and if we would
avert them we must be up and doing."
'WOULDN'T' it leave an eternal stigma
upon the fair fame of the State should her
people, at the coming election, eject John
W. Geary (a gallant officer, who served
through the whole war, with the highest
distinction,) from the executive office and
put in his place Asa Packer, a man worth
twenty millions of dollars, who never
contributed a cent in aid of the govern
ment during the whole struggle and sym
pathized all that time with the rebel
Our Xittle Ocitteo.
--Bacheloric exelaimation around here
—a lass! Maidenly ejaculation—an men!
—Men the fondest of enrrent news—
and women of the matrimonial noose.
—Velocipede candy is now sold. The
manufacturer finds it necessary to give
notice that it is not worked with the feet.
—The individual out at the Round
Rouse who was bent on his own purpose,
has become round shouldered.
—A Lynn grocer advertises "factory
cheese, just lovely." The "devil" un
doubtedly set up an o for an i.
—Queer philosophers, these children.
"Ma, do combs eat?" "No, child." "Well,
what do they have teeth for?"
—The first question that disturbed man
was the woman question, and it bids fair
to be the last.
—Josh Billings says life iz like a moun
tain—after climbing tin one side and slid
ing down the other side, we put up the
—What part of Scripture would two
ladies fulfill when kissing each other? Do
ing unto others what they would that men
should do unto them.
—Loving wife, at Long Branch: "The
horrid surf makes me keep my mouth
shut." Sarcastic husband: "Take some
of it home with you."
—"Wouldn't you call this the calf of a
leg?" asked Bob, pointing to one of his
nether limbs. "No," replied Pat, "I
should say it was the leg of a calf."
—"What makes you 80 glum, Tom?"
"Oh, I have had to endure a sad trial to
my feelings." "What on earth was it?"
"Why, 1 had to tie on a'pretty girl's bon
net while her ma' was looking on."
—Gent on horseback to a boy on donkey
—"Get out bf the way, boy; my horse don't
like donkeys." Boy—" Don't he. Then
why don't he kick yer off ?"
—A line in one of Moore's songs reads
thus: "Our couch shall be roses bespan
gled with dew." To which a sensible girl
replied: " 'Twould give me the rheuma
tiz, and so it would you."
—During the present season Lehigh
county, Pa., boasts that a gushing damsel
of that section, picked and sold $lOB worth
of cherries. Boys, she's worth going af
—lt is stated in the Cincinnati Com
mercial that the Hon. H. Greeley is not
only a pillar of the lieu. Dr. Chapin's
church, but also one of its soundest sleep
—Customer—Do you call that a veal
cutlet, waiter? Why, it's an insult to
every true calf in the country! Waiter—
I didn't mean to insult you, sir."
—ln Chicago husbands are said to be so
fearful of curtain lecturers, that they add
to their announcement of future move
ments the letters "W. P.," which means
—A boy who heard the quotation, "A
little learning is a dangerc us thing," wish
ed to stop going to school, because he was
afraid lie should not live long enoagh to
get past the dangerous point.
—ln 1852 the colored barber at the Cat
aract House, :Niagara Falls, said he lived
in a village in Canada where all but him
self were white persons. "I feel," said
he, "like ono huckleberry in a bucketful
—"Can't pass, marm,” said a stern
sentinel of the navy yard to an officer's
"lady." "But, sir, I must pass; I'm
Captain W.'s lady." "Can't help it marm;
couldn't let you in if you were his wife."
—A lady in Louisville, Kentucky, was
robbed by a fellow who secreted himself
in her chamber until she retired. The
box containing her jewels and that con
taining her rouge were just alike, and the
thief took the wrong box. She looked pale
on discovering her loss, but her color came
—An amusing affair happened be
tweeen a coal dealer and a purchaser. The
latter was very anxious to see that the
former did not cheat him, so he (the pur
chaser) inspected the weighing of the coal
himself and felt satisfied that he had got
his full allowance without any desire on
the part of the coal dealer to "shave."
However, while the coal was weighing,
the driver of the team could not help
laughing. aware at the time that the pur
chaser was particular about his full weight
of coal. The purchaser noticing the
laughing of the driver, asked him when
he received his coal what it was all about;
so the driver told him.
"Why," said he, "when your coal was
weighing you were standing on the scales
and was weighed with it."
"Is it possible? why I weigh nearly two
"Well, sir," said the driver, "you are
"Yea," was the reply, "and I hove
bought myself, too."
ZAHM & JACKSON,
WA7'CIIES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
AND SILVER-PLATED WARE,
SPECTACLES AND FANCY GOODS,
No. 15 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
CLOCKS, CLOCKS, CLOCKS
The undersigned keeps:constantly on hand a
large and full assort mentiot the
GENUINE AMERICAN WATCHES,
of different weight and finish, to suit all, which
are sold upon the most reasonable terms, and
guaranteed to give :attisfaetion.
Keeps also on hand a good assortment of
' Call and examine the goods before purchasing,
Thankful for past favors, I solicit a contlnu
ance of the same. HENRYF. ANDREW s,
Jan 1-1 y *1 Strasburg, Lancaster co., I'a.
WE CONTINLE TO MANUFAC
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PHOSPHATE OF LIME
and also have for sale
No. 1 Gonuine Government,
Fish Guano, Land Plaster and Hydraulic Ce
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Burning fond Greasing OILS, at fair market
Super-Phosphate of Limo, - - - 00 per 2000 lbs.
Ammoniated Fertilizer, - - - - $35 do.
A DISCOUNT TO DEALERS.
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terns. All kinds of Turning, such
as Bed Posta, Table Legs,
Spokes, Hubs, Fences,
Also, ARLaS, SPRINGS, ie. Ulla Slyr
As a Holiday Gift to a Sister, Wife or Friend
they are unsurpassed.
The Farmer wants it for his Family.
The Dress and Cloak Maker prefers it.
The Seamstress wants it, because its work is
sure to give satisfaction.
The Tailor has long ago decided it to ho the
best for his business.
The Carriage Trimmer cannot do without it;
and the Shoe Titter finds that, after all, the
HOW E is the machine for him.
Sooner or later, everybody will have the
110 W F. MACHINE.
Every Machine is warranted.
Every one may be the possessor of one of those
unrivalled machines, as we endeavor to make
the terms of sale suit all our customers.
We earnestly invite all whether they purpose
purchasing or not, to call and get specimens of
the work executed by us on the HOWE MA
CHINE, and compare it with the work done by
other machines. lire are willing to abide by the
THIS INFALLIBLE REMEDY
iioes not, like the poisonous irritating
snuffs and strong caustic solutions with which
the people have Icrig been humbugged, simply
palliate for a short time, or drive the disease to
the lunge as there is danger of doing in the use
of such nostrums, but it produces VEX/MOT AND
PitRN ANENT CORES oIP TUE WoHET 05855 ON
CHRONN CATARRH. 011 thousands can testify.
" COLD /N THE HEAD" is cured with a few appli
cations. CATARRHAL HSADACHS is ToHo7ect
at td cured us if magic. It removes offensive
Breath, Loss or Impairment of I,l>o sense of
taste smell or hearing, Watering or Weak Eyes,
andlmpaired Memory, when caused by the vio
lence of Catarrh, as they all frequently are. I
offer in goad faith a standing reward. (We for
a ease of Catarrh that I cannot cure.
FOR SALE BY MOST DRUGUISTS EVERY-
Ask your Druggist for the REMIDY ; but if he
has not got it ou dotet be put off by ac
cepting any mmerable worse than worthless
subatitute, but enelose sixty omits to me, and
the Remedy will be sent you postpa id. Four
packages AO, or one dozen for . Send a
two cant stamp for Dr. ea pamphlst on
Ustarrk. Address the stor,
R. Y. N. D.
J 19411 11 Bakal*, ii. Y.
O• J. DICKEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
°Fries: SOUTH QUEEN ST., second i.lOllBO
low the "Fountain Inn," Lancaster, Pa.
ffi • ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OFFICE: No.ll NORTH DUKE ST., west side
north of the Court House, Lancaster, Pa.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Oppicx: N 0.3 SOUTH DUKE STREET, Lan
JOHN B. GOOD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Owner.: N 0.56 EAST KING ST., Lancaster, Pa
T W. JOHNSON,
V • ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OFFICE: No 15 SOUTH QUEEN ST., Lancas
TA I'. ItOSENMILLER, JR.,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OFFICE: With A. HERR SMITH, Esq., South
Queen St., opposite the office of "Father Abra
ham,” Lancaster, Pa.
• ATTORNEY AT LAW.
thiFICE: N 0.3 SOUTH DUKE Sl'., Lancastei
Ouptcn: With Ilon. 0.. J. IneKnv, N 0.21 SOUTH
QUEEN ST., Lancaster, Pa. •
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OFFICE of the late 11011. THADDEUS STEVENS,
No. 26 South Queen St., Lancaster, Pa.
A MOS H. MYLIN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
K. RUT TER
. ATTORNEY AT LAW
Oppica: With General J. W. FISHER, NOUTII
DUKE ST., Lancaster, Pa.
• ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OFFICE: No. 19 NORTH DUKE Street, Lances
ter, Pa. [dee IS-lyr
~ ATTORNEY AT LAW
N 0.46 NORTH SIXTH ST., liewling, Pu
_T GEORGE SELTZER.
ur • ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLER
No. 604 COURT STREET, (opposite the Court
House,) Reading, l'e.
WHEELER & WILSON'S
FAMILY SEWING- MACHINES
With all the Latest Improveme•its.
*it - The Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine
was awarded the only 61 /1.13 MEDAL given for
sawing Machines over eighty-two competitors
at the Universal Exposition held in Paris, 1867.
Machines sold on Lease Planet the Cash
ONLY TEN DOLLARS.
PETERSON & CARPENTER
64 N. Queen-et., Laneuter, Pa
P. S.—vmergetle Business Men wanted to sell
the Wheeler /it Wilson Sewing Machine in town
and country. Good inducements. [Jy2B-lut
G UOVER & BAKER'S
FAMILY SEWING MACHINES,
1915 BROADWAY, NEW YORK
130 CHESTNUT STREET, PHILADELPHIA
POINTS OF EXCELLENCE.
Beauty and Elasticity , of Stitch.
Perfection and Simplicity of Machinery.
17sing both threads directly from the spools.
No fastening of seams by hand and no waste
Wide range of application without change of
The scam retains its beauty and firmness afte r
washing and ironing.
Besides (lonian!' kinds of work doneby other
Sewing Machines these Machines execute the
most beautiful anti permanent Embroidery and
Are The. Highest Premiums at all the Fairs.
and exhibitions of the United States and
Europe, have been awarded the Grover & Baker
Sewing Machines, and the work done by them,
wherever exhibited fu competition.
iar The very highest prize, yuk; CROSS OF
TIM LEGION of , HONUH , was conferred on
the representative of the Grover dt Baker Sew
ing Machines, at the Exposition Universelle,
Paris, 1867, thus at testing their great superiority
over all other Sewing Machines.
For bale by
North Queen street,
Iny2s-15 , 1
THE HOWE SEWING MACHINE,
C. FATE, Agent,
2514 North Queen street
..s.' ;..Dlt .S .A.O E ' S
' ATA R
rltlelll ONLY 60 CUM