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lION. WM. PITT FESSENDEN, United
States Senator from Maine, died on Wed
nesday a week at his residence in Portland.
THE campaign is opening with spirit
in the western part of the State. Some
of the ablest Republican speakers of the
State are on the stump there.
THE Democratic party, according to
General Bosecrans, "ought to be a party
of principle, a party of life, of action, of
progress." Ilow difliA.ent from what it is!
SHALL Geary, the gallant soldier, or
Packer the miserly millionaire, be our
next Governor? Will the people disgrace
themselves by preferring gold before pa
THE Dayton (Ohio) Ledger says the
Republican party is in "straightened cir
cumstanes;" whereupon the Cincinnati
Times inquires, "Isn't that better than to
follow the crooked paths of tangle-leg De
ALEXANDER CUMAIINGS, a gentleman
tolerably well known outside of Pennsyl
vania politics, and sometimes called "the
straw hat man," is about to establish a
daily paper in Philadelphia, in the inter
est of his friend and patron, Simon
TIIE most lucrative office in Luzerne
county is to be given to one Jimmy Ryan,
a whisky seller, who can neither read nor
write. lle is the nominee of the Domo
cracy, of course, and the office, we be
lieve, is County Treasurer.
ASA PACKER is a Democrat of the Val
landigham stripe, and yet he expects the
Union-loving people of Pennsylvania to
elect him in oppositon to a gallant soldier,
who was perilling his life on the battle
tield while he (Packer) was hobnobbing
with rebels in Europe.
Gov. GEARY is paying off the State
Debt at the rate of one or two millions a
year. Gen. Grant is at the same time re
ducing the National Debt over one hun
dred millions a year. People who pay
taxes had better stick to these good and
faithful public servants.
EVERY Republican will appreciate the
importance of the present campaign, in
view of the fact that the election of Per
shing would give the Democracy the con
trol of the Sepreme Court of the State, and
enable them again, as last year, to deluge
us with fraudulent naturalization papers.
ASA PACKER has been in the State
Legislature and in the National Congress.
The people desire to know what he did in
either of those positions to benefit the
State or the nation, or to distinguish him
self as a statesman, so as to entitle him
to the office of Governor of Pennsylvania.
Who can tell?
GOVERNOR GEARY is accused of joining
a large number of benevolent organiza
tions. Democratic papers would, if they
thought they could gain any votes, accuse
him of joining the Union army in the
American rebellion. They can never
forgive him for that.
TIIE Germans in this State, who have
heretofore supported the Democratic tiket,
are making a general movement to sup
port Geary and Williams this fall. Being
generally an honest, industrious and
thrifty race, they do not believe in free
trade and repudiation. They will make
Jr is said that Asa Packer, who has a
hankering after the Governorship, would
not permit the train which carried Gen.
Grant over the Lehigh Valley road to stop
at Allentown. His reason was that he
did not want any Radical to stop there
who would create the least enthusiasm,
as it would help Geary.
WIIILE Gov. Geary was refusing to be
the instrument of the slave-drivers and
boarder ruffians in Kansas, and was nobly
standing up there for freedom, Mr. Packer
was in Congress, humbly sand servilely
following the lead of Tombs, Wigtllll and
other fire-eaters, in their plans to hand
over all our free territory to the slavery
—Sixty times was Major General John
W. Geary nude]: fire, and he• was never
defeated when in command. In one of
the fiercest battles of the war, his first
born was shot down near him, but he
never faltered. his field service was of
the hardest kind from the opening of the
war to the close. How reads Asa Packer's
—"Birds of a feather flock together" is
an old and true adge. Asa Packer in ad
miration of his rebellious spirit invited
the traitor Vallandigham to his house
and entertained him in the darkest days
of the war; he was also the friend of the
rebel and repudiator Pendleton. What
think the gallant soldiers of Pennsylvania
of such a record? Can they who wore the
blue vote for such a man?
THERE are strong indications that the
Democratic party managers will not much
longer be able to hold, as they have done,
almost the entire body of Irish citizens.—
What credulous nonsense! You might
as well tell us that the indications are that
the Devil will not much longer be able to
hold, as he has done, almost the entire
body of the Democratic party.—Trenton
JOFIN W. GEARY periled his life for his
country in two wars. Shall he be setaside
for the friend of traitors and repudiators?
What say the brave men who fought un:
der him in the many bloody fields of the
late rebellion? Will they repudiate their
gallant leader for one who was the bosom
friend of their mortal enemies? No never!
The boys who wore toe blue will vote as
NASBY, from the obscure retreat of an
Ohio country tavern, welcomes the new
candidate of the Democracy thus heartily:
"George IL Pendleton is the nashin's
hope. His politikle principles are so near
like mine that he could to-day carry
Kentucky by an overwhelming majority.
There ain't a Confedrit sojer in that State
who woodent vote for him cheerily.
Therefore let the Detuocrisy uv Ohio
buckle on their armor and gird up their
LAST fall, in the October canvass, when
the Democratic party brought out every
available vote, legal and otherwise, we
carried the State by a majority of nearly
ten thousand. This year, by an active
canvass, and the polling of the entire Re
publican vote, and with the help of the
registry law tO prevent fraudulent Demo
critic voting, we ought to double that
COUNTY COMMITTEE MELTINGS
The County Committee will meet every
Monday, until the election, at their rooms on
Duke street, opposite the Court House.
The following meetings have been appointed
by the County Committee:
ELIZA,BETUTOWN, at Col. A. Greenawalt's
Hotel, Centre Square, Sept. 18.
E. C. Reed,
11. P. Rosenmiller,
E. 11. Rauch,
An address will also be made in German by
PENN HILL, Saturday evening. Sept. 18.
CHRISTIAN L. MILLER'S HOTEL, Harris
burg pike, Saturday evening, Sept. 25.
W. A. 'Wilson,
J. W. Johnson,
W. A. Wilson,
Capt. J. P. Rea, and others.
MILLERSVI LLE, Saturday evening, Sep
Charles Denues, A. J. Kaufman,
J. H. AnDvake, and others.
3D WARD, CITY, John Snyder's Hotel,
Friday evening, Sept. 17.
Maj. R. W. Shenk, W. A. Wilson,
S. H. Price, Win. S. Amweg,
E. H. Rauch, and others.
IST WARD, CITY, at John G. Martha's
Relay House, Saturday evening, Sept. 18.
Charles Denues, Maj. A. C. Reinoehl,
J. B.Amwake, Maj. R. W. Shenk,
J. W Johnson.
BRICKERVILLE, fIAerROOR at 2, and even
ing at 7 o'clock, Saturday, Oct. 2.
Hon. E. Billingfelt, Maj. R. W. Shenk,
S. H. Price, Win. S. Anavreg,
D. P. Rosenmiller, W. K. Seltzer,
Jesse Pannabecker, W. A. Wilson,
ITEMS : John Curtis, who escaped from the
Lancaster County Prison on Sunday week,
and was afterwards re-captured, made an un
successful attempt to commit suicide on
Wednesday of last week, by taking poison.
A. M. Rambo, late editor of the Columbia
,Spy, with some friends, has started on an
extended Southern tour.
Riddle & Cochran, book-dealers, No. 40
North Queen street, Lancaster, are prepared
to furnish every thing in their line, at fair
We regret to announce the death, on Satur
day last, at his residence, in this city, of Rev.
E. H. Thomas, editor of the Church Advo
cate, and a minister of the Church of God
(Winebrennarian.) He was sixty years of
age, and enjoyed the esteem of the whole
community. His remains were interred on
The Moral Instructor of the County "
House and Hospital calls upon the ci
of the city and county, for English am
man books, for the library of those i
tions. We hope he may meet with a
Hiram Aikens, an employee of the
sylvania. Railroad, had a leg broken on!
day of last week, while handling a box
Gap Station. The injured man reel(
Columbia, this county.
Since the enforcement of the Sunday
in Pittsburg, Pa , disorderly cases reported
on Sunday and Sunday night have dimin
ished in number from twenty-five or thirty to
two or three. This is the report from the
Mayor's office. Lancaster would be much
benelitted by the enforcement of the Sunday
Mrs. Noll, wife of Samuel Noll, residing in
Maytown, was found dead alongside the
washtub, on Thursday last, about noon. Mrs.
Noll was a very short, fleshy woman, and had
previously been in good health.
Officer Baker, of this city, found a horse in
the possession of Kauffman Deutsch, a few
days ago, answering the description of one
stolen from Thomas Ewing, of Cecil ao., Md.,
on the night of the ' l .stlt inst. Mr. D. pur
chased him from Dr. Wallace, at the Gap, a
few days before.
Mic Zereher, tavern keeper at New Dan
ville, this county, fell dead on the porch of
his house on Saturday last. It is supposed he
died of apoplexy. His age was 4.5.
Dr. Muhlenburg, 11. S. Collector, of this
District, siezed a barrel of whisky a few days
ago, shipped to Wherly St Reynolds, of this
city, from Pittsburg, on which the tax had
not been paid.
Market-master Kuhns confiscated' ten
pounds of butter for light weight, at our Mar
ket, on Saturday last. One would suppose
that the price of butter was high enough to
satisfy the most greedy. Why not give the
names of dishonest dealers who attempt to
defraud their customers? An example or
two would be wholesome.
THE "UNWASHED" held their local nomi
nating convention in Fulton Hall this city en
Wednesday. We were compelled to get the
" forms" ready for the press before we could
learn of their proceedings.
We were shown on Wednesday by Mr.
Joseph Snyder a peach grown in his lot, in
this city, weighing 93i ounces and measuring
103 , ,i inches in circumferance. Who can beat
A young man calling himself Conrad Brick,
was arrested on Monday, in this city, for rob
bing his landlady, Mrs. McSorley, of some
spoons, which he had offered for sale at one
of our jewellers. After being taken to the
Mayor's office, he jumped out orthe window,
and after a race was recaptured and commit
ted to prison. He had been previously arrested
for robbing a fellow boarder of thirty dollars
in money, but the evidence was not sufficient
to hold him.
The Lancaster County Agricultural and
Horticultural Society will hold an exhibition
of fruits, flowers, vegetables, &c., in the
Court House, this city, on Monday next. We
hope sufficient interest will be taken in it by
the public to make it a grand success.
Riddle & Cochran, at No. 40 North Queen
et., have a full assortment of Books, St%tion
sty, &c., which they sell at very low prices.
Henry Stamm, residing in East King-st.,
this city, made an ineffectual attempt to
commit suicide on Thursday of last week,
by hanging himself to a cherry tree in his
yard. He was discovered by a neighbor
making preparations for the act, and was pre
vented from carrying it into execution.
The new public school house in Blenheim,
was opened with appropriate exercises on last
Friday evening, and addresses were delivered
by Prof. Wickersham, County Superinten
dent, Evans, Prof. John Beck, Dr. J. M. Dun
lap and N. Worley, Esq. The music was
very fine, under the direction of B. D. Dan
The Susquehanna river is very low.
A stranger calling himself James McCart
ney, has been "cutting up" at Marietta. He
represented himself as rich—bought a hand
some residence—courted and married a sus
ceptible widow lady, and then decamped,
leaving property unpaid for, and HOW wife
The balloon in which Mr. Chas. E. Wise, of
this city, proposes making his ascension from
Centre Square to-morrow, was made at the
rooms of the Wheeler and Wilson Sewing
Machine Company% North Queen street, this
Two colored men named Green and Thomas
were placed in prism on Saturday last, for
robbery of the houses of John lieuhauser and
Martha A. Black, of Salisbury-twp. Green
is an old offender, having served two terms in
the Chester county prison.
THE PRESIDENT IN LANCASTER : Presi
dent Grant passed through this city on Mon
day last, on his way to Harrisburg. A tele
gram to A. J. Kauffman, Esq., in the morning,
Capt. E. 11. Rauch,
was the first intimation our people had of his
coming, and on the arrival of the train at 23
o'clock, an immense concourse of people was
assembled at the depot. The President was
escorted through the crowd by Hon. 0. J.
Dickey and A. J. Kauffman, Esq., to the
balcony of the Cadwell House, where he was
received with loud cheers, and welcomed in a
few remarks by Mayor Sanderson. The
President expressed his gratification at his
cordial reception, declined making a speech,
and said that he contemplated making a more
extended visit to Lancaster on a future occa
sion. He was then escorted to the hind plat
form of the rear car of the train, and many of
the people had an opportunity of taking him
by the hand. The train finally moved off,
amid loud cheers from the people, and music
by the City Cornet Band. Every body was
pleased with the familiar and dignified man
ner of the distinguished visitor.
A MERITORIOUS ARTICLE.—We are tired
of this ides of "puffing" humbug medicines
that are constantly thrown into drug stores,
and are merely an imposition upon commu
nity. But when an aritcle comes into
the market that is really worthy of com
ment, we are happy to make public acknow
ledgement, trusting that some benefit may
arise therefrom. Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo,
is the proprietor of Dr. Sage's Catarrh
Remedy, and we take pleasure in calling at
tention to it because we know it to be a good
article, and a sure cure for that loathsome
disease, Catarrh. It is sold by Druggists, or
may be obtained for Sixty Cents through the
mail by addressing the proprietor as above.
Sir The Sewing :Machine business In this city,
as elsewhere, has grown to be one of impor
tance, and the zeal and energy displayed by
the Agents is truly commendable. We give,
for the benefit of our readers, the following
figures to show what success has crowned the
efforts of the various companies in introducing
their sewing Machines to the public :
Sewing Machines manufactured and sold as per
returns for the year ending June 10,1867.
The Singer Manufacturing Co
The Wheeler & WilSon Mf Co.
The Grover & Baker S. M. Co.
The Howe Machine Co
The Florence S. M. Co
The Weed S. M. Co
The Wilcox & Gibbe S.M. Co..
Sewing Machines manutactnred and sold as per
returns for the year 18/38.
The Singer Manufacturing Co 59,629
The Wheeler and Wilson Mf. Co 48,012
The Grover and Baker S. Di. Co 30,152
The Howe Machine C 09,813
The Florence S. M. C 0... ...12,003
The Weed S. M. Co 4,112
The Wilcox and Gibbs S. M. Co 13,169
We have taken some paths to collect the
above figures, and it will be noticed that the
Singer, Wheeler & Wilson, Florence and Weed
Sewing Machines have made gains, while the
Howe and Grover & Baker have decreased in
It is also somewhat suggestive that the Singer
Manufacturing Company do not advertise as
largely as other companies, yet their sales are
the largest. The agent in this city informs us
ItItiCKER—IIAVERSTICK. September 141.11, at the
house of the bride's parents, by Rt. Rev.
Bigler,:lohn It. Bricker, of Wiz, to Anna 13.
Ilayerstick, of Manheim township, Lancaster
Ji KJ:MPH-11U IMARD. August 28th, at North
Platte, by Chaplain Reese, U. S. A., J. E. E.
Krarnph to Mary E. Hubbard, both of North
(IROMTKFAN—WOLF. september 7th, at Gen
semer,s Hotel, by the Rev. W. s. Gerhard,
Martin Grostefan to Catharine Wolf, both of
WALTER—HUSSILIt. September 11th, at Schlott
& Horting , s Hotel, by the same, John Walter,
of Warwick, to Mary 'hisser, of Elizabe'h twp.
RICDIIIO—BUIPVENNYZIt. September 14th, at
the same place, by the same, James E. Redd ig
to Harriet ltuffenmyer, both of Elizabeth twp.
STOFIM ,-eptember 9th, at the Ex
change Hotel, by Rev..T. J. Strine, tlenry Sto
fer to Amanda Herr, both of Strasburg.
Tnom AS. September 11th at 4:18 A. M., Elder
Edward H. Thomas, aged 58 years.
FORNEY. September 14th, slargaret Forney,
relict of Peter Forney, deceased, is the 77th
year of her age.
STAUFFER. September 10th, in the village of
Petersburg, Elizabeth H., wife of John Stauffer,
esq., in the s,:ith year 01 her age.
liteKims*. September 9th, in this city, Alex
ander McKenna, late of Joliet, Illinois.
VAUGHEN. September 9th, at the city of Read
ing, James Vaughen, aged 63 years,l month and
KUHLMAN. September 11th, Elizabeth, wife
of Adam Kuhlman, in the 71st year of her age.
LEAMAN. September 4th, at the residence of
her brother, (Abram Leaman) in West Lampe
ter township, Elizabeth Leaman, aged 78 years,
3 months and 24 days.
Lancaster Household Markets.
LANCASTER, Sept. 15.
Butter, %71b 40
Lard, VI Z 22 0 23
Eggs, IR doz. 25
Dressed Chickens by the piece.... :35 0 GO
Live Chickens fl pairGU 01.00
New potatoes, eel half pk 7 0 0
Apples ifl 1 ,4 peck 8 0 12
Tomatoes73l 1 4 peeks @ 8
Peaches /.1 1' ; peck ........15 3O
quinces per 3. peck 20 e 3 40
Honey in the Comb 118 lb 35 0 40
Green Corn $ 1 doz . 10 @ 12
Onions It hall peek 20
Jersey Sw let Potatoes ill % peck 15 0 30
Clinton GrApes Fqt 8 0 10
Concord 'ff qt 8 0 12
Jersey Sweet Potatoes IS 1 4 peck....• 15 0 80
Watertnellons 15 a 85
Cantaloups 3 0 10
Fair Superfine Flour til quarter 80
ORts,l4 bag of 3 bus. (new crop).. 1.75 0 203
Corn in the ear 314 bus 1.05
Philadelphia Cattle Market.
MONDAY, Sept. 13.—The arrivals and sales
of beef cattle at the Avenue Drove Yard, reach
ed about 2,850 head this week. The market, in
in consequence, was dull, and prices were a
fraction lower; extra Penn'a and western
steers selling at 85459 e.; fair to good do., at
758 c., ,and common at 55640, 1 16 St. gross, as to
tuality. The following are the particulars of
96 bead, Owen Smith, Western 714 . 9%
126 " A. Christy & Bro., Western. 7, i 9
52 " Dangler & MeCleese,Chest.eo 8 tAI
83 " P. Mennen, C• ester co 6 8'
114 " P. Hathaway', Western 7 1 8 1
120 " James Mejfillen, Western.... 7 9
75 " B. F. Mennen, Western 8 9
GS " Ullman £ Bachman, Weetln. 7% 8%
203 " Martin, Fuller & Co., Weat'n.
and Chester co 7 8 % i
140 " Mooney & Smith, Western... 7
100 " Thos. Mooney & Bro, Virginia 5 ti
110 ,6 u. Chain Western.. a
las i 6 John Smith, Western ~' ... ... 6 1
103 " J. &L. Frank, Virginia 6 1
60 " Frank £ Schomberg, West/n. 8
125 ' 1 Hope & Co., Western 7
23 " M. Dfoos & Co., Western.. 0% 7 1
90 " Gus. Schamber, Western 7.
55 " Hilton &Co , Virginia
56 " B. Baldwin, Virginiaat 7
37 " J. Clauson, Chee. co. & West. 7 7
17 " D. Branson, Chester oo 6 1 4/ 7
24 " Jesse Miller, Chester oo 7 8
41 " Chandler & Alexan d er ,Ches. 7 8
89 " A. Herniae, Chester oo 6% 8
17 1 * L. Horn, Delaware 5 to 7
30 " .1. Latta Stewart., Chester co 6% EV4.
41 " S. Frank, Ohio 6 .7
49 "G. Ellenger, Virginia 6% WI
87 " C. Welker, Virginia 5 6
29" J Goltbrop, Chester co, 6 8
Cows—receipts, 160 head. The market was
quiet at previously quoted rates; $46575 for
cow and calf, and 140500 per head forspringers.
Sheep—receipts,l2,oo(thead. Buyers operated
sparingly, and prices were lower; sales at 45
5o 3i. per pound gross, as in quality.
Hogs—receipts, 3,800 head. There Wag gulte
a good demand at full prioes; sales at 8. 13, 6 18 - 75
for slop, and $14514.50 per 100 pounds net, for
Philadelphia Produce Market.
Pin r. A nuirm A, Sept. 15.—The Flour market
is without special change; the demand from
home consumers is somewhat improved. but
shippers hold aloof. About i,00) hbls. changed
hands in lots at email@example.com !l:j for superfine; iv,.50
8 0 A0 flr extras; 46.50011.75 for low grades anti
choice not thwestern extra family; $.6.234r7.‘2:, mr
Pa. do. do.; $6.7a1t7.75 for Ohio do. do.; .i.. 00 for
City Mills; $1 for lenny Lind, and iiSif 10 for
fancy brands, according to quality.
live Flour steady at $a.2.706.37 1 ,; per lun.
1 fie demand for Wheat is more active, both
for shipment anti home consumption. Sales of
einl ,000 bus. Indiana red at $firstname.lastname@example.org; 16 000 bus.
estern do. on private terms, and 50) bus. west
white at $1.50.
Rye unchanged. 600 bus. Pa. sold at $1.15.
,Corn is in moderate request at yesterday's
qhotations. Sales of 3,000 bus, at $1.`20 for yet
lOw, and 01.1443 d 16 for western mixed.
Oats attract but little attention; sales of 5,000
has. new Southern and Penna. at uott,tl3e.
Nothing doing in barley or malt.
In the absence of sales we quote No. 1 Qiwr
citron bark at $35 per ton.
Whisky firm—sales of iOO bills. western at , A. 30
Estate of BENJAIIIIN FLICKINGER, late of
tie township of West Cocalico, deceased, Let
of Adruinisl ration with the will annexed
ox the es ate of said deceased having been
wanted to the undersigned, residing in the
some township, all persons indebted to said
eAate are requested to make immediate pay
ment, and those having Just claims against the
same are requested to present them duly au
thenticated for settlement.
J ACOII ii. FLICKINGER,
COLLEG TE INSTITUTE,
A YlltfiT CLASS
SEMINARY FOR YOUNG LADIES.
THE FIFTH ANNUAL SESSION BEGINS
SEPTEMBER 6th, MM.
For TERMS, Act., see CIRCULARS; to be bad
at the Rooms, No. 32 NORTH PRINCE Street,
REV. H. H. BRUNING,
NITICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an aripli
eatbn will be made at the next session of the
Sta„e Legislature of Pennsylvania for the crea
tioi of a corporate body with banking privi
lezts, to be located in the village of New Hol
lard, hi Lancaster county, to be named and
sttled the "NEW HOLLAND EXCHANGE,
DISCOUNT AND DEPOSIT COMPANY," the
swine object of which shall be to receive
imneys on deposit, and to do a general banking
btsiness, and the amount of capital of which
dull not exceed the sum of $40,0*0.00.
Hy the Committee.
D. P. ROSEN MI LLER, JR.,
kolksfreund Lancaster, and Harrisburg Weekly
PURE BRED HOOS AND FOWLS.
WINTER SEED WHEAT
And other FARM SEEDs, from DErrOs EXPERI
31101TAL FARM', Chambersburg,
Diehl's and Boughton Beardless; Week's and
Tre%dwell's Bearded White Wheats; French
White and Red Chaff; Purple Straw Bearded
Red Mediterranean, and German Amber Beard
less. are the best, earliest, hardiest- and most
productive Wheats that Can be recommended
for generm.cultivation. Price 4;5 per bushel 4
pounds of any kind by Pitfall, post paid, for V.
Twenty heads of different varieties sent post
paid, for *4l. Twenty otiwr varieties of Wheat,
Barley and Oats, of lust year's importation.
See DraTz's EXPERIMENTAL FARM JOURNAL;
send and subscribe for it; only $1.50 per year;
the most useful Journal printed. Address,
GEO. A. MATZ, llambersburg, Pa.
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AUG. REINOEIIL. JAC. REINOEHL, JR.
& J. REINOEHL,
;MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS
COPAL, WHITE, COFFIN, BLACK AND
TURPENTINE, de., de.
NO. 100 NORTII QUEEN STREET,
(In the Keystone Building,)
Also, Mahogany Boards Veneers and
Mouldings of difibrent sizes and pat
terns. All kinds of Turning, such
as Bed Posts, Table Legs,
Spokes, .Dubs, Felloes,
&c„, &c., &c.
Also, AXLES, SPRINGS, &43.
1 Furnishing Go o ds, &c.
UNDERCLOTHING, STOCKINGS, GLOVES,
COLLARS, CUFFS, SLEEVE BUTTONS,
AA Great , * ware generally, at
No. 13; 'NORTH QUEEN ST., Lancaster
Lai over one grosser ehtoek goods—suitable
140 r Kriehdogs,Net-Yobre un onuory Presents—
Hole-Dicker, Schnup-Dicher, Collars, Hem
ormel Kmep,g'slitickte Hemmer-fronts, Pocket
Bieber, Perfumery . , Hobr-t1:111, Cigar Casa, un
onnery fancy articles ous
E. J. BRISMAS
41)i North Queen Street, Lanca N ste , r.
(Om sign fum gross Shtesafich Hem.) [no2o-ly
Evorybot litays Owl!. Clothing
Efts & It A T F N
AND SAVE. MONEY
MYERS HATIIFON keep the largest
REAI) Y- IAI)E r ()TII IN( ;,
MEN, YOUTITS AND BOYS,
All our own manufacture. We guarantee t lie
goods as represented or money refunded. We
have just returned from the east with a full and
complete stock of
CLOTHS, TRICOTS, PIQUES AND COATINGS,
in all colors
CASSIMERE4 in great varieties, which we
are prepared to make up to order in the hest
style and the shortest notice, and at the very
lowest Cush Price. Our stock of
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS is full.
sir Thankful for past patronage we hope by
selling goods low to merit a 41011tillUMICC of
MYERS & RATH FON,
Southeast Corner of Centre Square,
NEW SPRING GOODS.
GEO. B. COLEMAN,
No. H NORTH QUEEN STREET,
(Late Wiley's Shoe Store,)
Has in store a Fine Assortment of
French, English and American
CLOTHS, 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
BEAU MONDE BALL
531 PENN SQUARE, 531
A LAROIC LOT OF,
VESTINGS, &C., &c.,
SPRING AND SUMMER WEAR
LEVI G. COLEMAN, Cutter.
BUM & BRO.,
Boots and Shoes.
MARSTIALL & SON'S
13007' AND SHOE STORE,
CENTRE SQUARE, LANCASTER, PA
ANOTHER FRESH ARRIVAL—Giva Us A CALL.
The only place for good and substantial work
Where can be seen the largest and best assort
ment of Men's and Boys'
BOOTS AND SHOES
ever brought to this city. Ladies% Misses , and
Children's plain and fancy Shoes, Raimondo
and Buttoned Gaiters.
-Also, RUBBERS OF EVERY KIND, which
we invite you to call and examine; feeling con
fldent that we can warrant all to
REINIIOLD & STUBBM,
No. 1044 North Queen St., I Square above
the It. R. Depot.
BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS.
nave 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.
lowing astonishing low prices :
Men s Calf Boots $3.00 to $7.00
" Box-too Congress Gaiters.... 3.00 to 4.00
" Congress Gaiters 2.50 to 3.00
44 Bahnorals 2.00 to 8.00
44 Lasting Congress Gaiters..... 3.00 to 375
44 Oxford - Tie 2.75 to 3.50
Boys' Gaiters 2.00 to 3.00
44 Calf Balmorals 1.50 to 2.00
Youths Calf Balmorals 1.25 to 1.76
Ladies high-polish Lasting Gaiters. 2.50 to 3.2.5
44 Lasting Balmorals 1.25 to 1.75
" Lasting Congress Gaiters 1.50 to 2.00
" line Glove Kid Button Boot.. 3.25 to 4.00
44 " Glove Kid Polish 800 t... 2.60 to 8.25
" " Morocco Button 800 t.... 2.25 to 3.00
" " Goat Balmoral 2.00 to 2.50
" " Turkey Morocco Button. 3.00 to 8.75
44 44 Kid Heel 51ipper5......... 1.25 to 1.75
" " Goat Slippers 1.00 to 1.25
Misses Goat high-polish 1.75 to 2.
Lasting high-polish 2.03 to 2.23
Children's shoes of all kinds 50 to 1.50
.411 E -An inspection of the stock is solicited.
WOur work is all warranted.
I 6? All kinds of custom work manufactured
in the very best style at short notice, at the
lowest sash prices.
may?-anaIREIHHOLD & STUBBS.
Groceries, AC c.
The best Fruit Jar is the MASON JAR
SAFE, RELIABLE AND SIMPLE
EVERY JAR WARRANTED.
50 GROSS FOR SALE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Also, other good Jars, and the choicest sel eeti on
of GROCERIES in the city,
AT No. 18 EAST KING STREET
jy 18-tf D. S. BERM.
Are reeeiving daily from the New Yor2 ano
Philadelphia Markets, goods for Fall Sales, and
11 V Ito inspection.
FLANNELS—White, Red and Grey, from low
est to finest qualities.
oPERA FLANNELS in all colors
cOTTON FLANNELS trout 19w priced be
10 000 yards New Style DARK YRINT.s.
Also a full assortment of
AT LOWEST MARKET RATES
THOS. J. WENTZ
SIGN OF THE BEE HIVE,
GLOVES and HOSIERY,
Floor & Table Oil Cloths,
GLASS AND QUEENSWARE
LOWEST INDUCING PRICES.
Kind attention paid to all.
i.pecial care taken to show our stock.
WENTZ BEE HIVE,
No. 5 East King street.
JOHN D. SKILES,
TILE MOST ELEGANT STOCK
SPRING AND SUMMER DRY GOOD
500 ps.CALICOES from 9 to 121,4 e. per yar•l
A nu.. asNortmen't of SQUAE. SHAWLS 0./
All the Best and Popular Makes
FRENCH, ENGLISH & AMERICAY
Which we will make ❑p to order at Ihort notice
A large assortment of our own Manufacture for
50 PS. BRUSSELS THREE-PLY,
OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS, RUGS,
A fine assortment of Window Shades at very
Low l'rices. [my7-ly
JACOB BARNUM, M. B. BARNUM', JOHN L. MILL=
HARNISH & CO'S
NO. 27 WEST KING-ST., LANCASTER, PA.,
Clothe, Cassirneres, Sattinette, Jeans, Tweeds,
Lindieye, Flannels, Tickings, Checks, Plaids,
Alp eline aocas, and D ril Isms
ls, Goode, (linghams, Calicoes,
White Goods, Notions, &No. 1 Feathers,
MEN AND BOYS , ' WEAR,
Made up at astonishing Low Prices.
air Call and examine our stook before .pur
chasing elsewhere. rfebl2,oll.ly
Parents to Families,
Father to Daughter,
Mother to Son.
When the light has left the house, memoria
such as these compound their interest.
GILL'S SUPERB PHOTO.
Miniature or Opal Pictures, admitted to be
the beet lathe city and no superior in the State
Constantly increasing demand and great erpg.
!lemma in this style of miniature give us greater
facilities and better results than any establish
ment outside of large cities.
STEREOGRAPHS OF HOME VIEWS for the
Centre Table. Also, prismatic instruments.
large Colored Work by some of the best Ar
tists in Philadelphia and elsewhere in the high,
est style of the art. India Ink, Pastille, Crayon
and colors, at
GILL'S CITY GALLEILI'I ,
jan 1-lyr] No. 90 East Sing-01. 4
FOR FALL 1'69
HAGER & BROTHERS
:•41:APLE AND FANCY DRY CrOODS
t ND READY-MADE cum-11N&
WA LL PA PER
EAST KING STREET,
Now offers a full assortment of
AT MS NEW STORE,
NO. 34 EAST KING STREET
liar just opeued
Ever offered to th(
ITIZEN't4 (.1' LANCASTER
LADIES , DRESS GOODS
)1' every description
tine assortment of
best style, low prices
MEN AND BOY'S WEAR,
AT LOW PRICES
INGRAIN, RAG AND lIEMP CARPETS,
Dealers In Foreign and Domestic
DRY GOODS, •
GLASS AND QUEENSWARE,
WINTLEIdEN TO LADIES