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ITE1118: The body of Josiah Snyder, who
was drowned in the Little Chiquss, near Mt.
Joy, on the 4th inst., was not found until
the 12th inst.—abont half a mile below
where the team had gone into the water.
James M. Hopkins, Esq., has erected a
very large grist mill on the site of the Cono
wingo Furnace, in Drumore-twp., which we
are glad to hear is doing a thriving business.
The Baptists are about organizing a con
gregation in this city. They will have
preaching every Sunday morning and eve
ning, in the new Temperance Hall, in
"Bramph's Building," East Orange•st.
The Republicans of this city fired an artil
lery salute on Saturday afternoon in honor
of the recent victories.
The store of Henry C. Keller, in Cenral
street, was broken into on Friday night last,
but the thieves were disturbed by the waking
of Mr. Keller, before they secured anything.
Dr. J. L. Zeigler, of Mount Joy, a few days
ago left at the Express office a leaf of the
Paulownia Imperialis tree, which measured
three feet in cirumference, The tree is a
native of Japan.
The East Pennsylvania Conference of the
"Church of God" convened at Washington
borough, this county, on Wednesday last.
The Lancaster veteran Aeronaut, John
Wise, made a balloon ascension at the Agri
cultural fair at Orrville, Ohio, on the 15th
Mr. John Mishler, the father of Benjamin
and Isaac Mishler, died at his residence, at
Reamstown, this county, last week, at the
advanced age of 142 years.
An addition is about being built to the
Methodist Church at Columbia.
On the premises of Adam Clark, on Welsh
Hill, in Salisbury-twp.. is au apple tree from
which there was this season taken twenty-eia
bushels of good apples, besides apples enough
to make eighty-one gallons of cider.
Charles E. Wise, of this city, accompanied
by his wife, will make an ascension in a bal
loon from the Agricultnral Fair grounds, in
Reading, on Saturday, October 23.
The farm of Ephraim Hostetter, in Penn
township, containing 95y 4 acres, has been
sold to John Shenk, of Lancaster-twp., for
$220.40 per acre.
On Monday evening of last week, while
the family was at supper, the house of G. H.
Moore, of Penn-twp., was entered and robbed
of $BOO in bank notes.
The connecting branch of the Manheim and
Pine Grove Railroad between Manheim and
Cornwall, is to be pushed to completion
without delay. Grading at the Manheim end
of the line was commenced ou Monday week,
and, we understand, is progressing in a satis
factory manner at different points along the
line between that borough and Mount Hope.
A very fine parade of the American Me
chanics of Strasburg took place on Thursday
afternoon last. In the evening a meeting
was held in the Town Hall, which was ad
dressed by Rev. Wm. H. Pugh, Maj. A. C.
Reinoehl and others.
On election night Reading was enveloped
in almost total darkness, none of the street
lamps being lighted. Lancaster ditto. Shame!
We Napo the new order of things in this city
will correct the abominable practice of not
lighting the streets on nights when the moon
ought to shine, but don't.
During the five years during which Bishop
Bigler has been pastor of the Moravian
church, in this city, he has preached 371 ser
mons, delivered 170 lectures, held 50 chil
dren's meetings, instructed youth 55 times,
keld young men's bible class 40 times, deliv
ered 104 lessons to catechumens, administered
the Lord's Supper 31 times, attended to 75
baptisms, 68 funerals, 41 marriages; ordained
17 ministers, 13 presbyters and 4 deacons,
and made :1261 visits to the sick and other
members of the congregation. Five years
ago the church was in debt $500; now it is
out of debt, and has collected in that period
.513,203.64—an average of $2,640 yearly.
J. H. Pearsol, of the Express, and his wife,
started on Friday night last, on a visit to
some relatives in the west, expecting to be
absent about three weeks.
On Monday last, Hon. Esaias Billingfelt
and wife started on a trip to Ohio, to be ab
sent a week or ten days.
Riddle & Cochran, at No. 40 North Queen
street, have on hand a large assortment of
Books and Stationery, and every article in
Jacob Eshleman, jr., of Brecknock twp.,
aged about 17 years, was found dead in his
bed on Saturday morning last. Cause—apo
The mill property of George Flory, in Clay
township, sold for 1500. Abraham B. Snyder,
On the 7th inst., the farm of Rob't Brooke,
dec'd, in Smyrna, Lancaster county, contain
ing 29 acres and 102 perches, was sold to
Rev. Wm. Easton, for $75 per acre.
Mariott Brosiusi esq., of this city, is lectur
ing on temperance in Carbon county under
the auspices of the Grand Lodge of Good
Templars of Pennsylvania.
The store stand and dwelling of John
Hunshberger, at Monterey, Upper Leacock
township, has been sold to John Ronnels fer
A young girl of German descent, named
Catharine Steinman, left her home, in the
village of Smoketown, in East Lampeter
twp., this county, on Thursday, the 14th
inst., and has not since been seen or heard
from. Any information concerning her will
be gratefully received by her parents. Ad
dress, John Steinman, Enterprise P. 0.,
Lancaster county, Pa.
One of the brick dwelling houses, contain
ing two stories and an attic, in North Duke
street, belonging to McCullon & Guthrie, has
been purchased by Alexander Pedrick for
The farm of 90 acres belonging to the
estate of Wm. Long, dec'd, near Chestnut
Level, Drumore-twp., was sold to Wm. T.
Boyd for $130.26 per acre. A flour mill and
35 acres of land, belonging to the same estate,
was sold at the same time for $5OOO.
THE following sales were made during the
month of September, by L. D. Ga'lecher,
auctioneer : Farm of George Hambright, 88
acres, Rapho township, at $130.25 per acre,
to Rev. Henry Brubaker. Farm of Eli Hol
linger, deceased, 9 acres and 148 perches,
in Mount Joy township, to Benjamin Shelly,
at $l7O per acre. Farm of George Graty,
deceased, 96 acres, iu Rapho township, to
Jacob Graty, at $169 per acre. Small house
and lot of Mrs Elizabeth Hartman, deceased,
in Mount Joy borough, to Maria Hartman,
for $502.50. House and 1 1 , , i acres of land
of John Hoosier, in Rapho township,
to Samuel Hoosier, for $3,161. House
and half acre of land in Rapho tom.-
ship of John Hoosier, to William Robinson
for $490. Farm of Pater KraybilT, dec'd,
102 acres, in East Donegal township, to C.
Snyder at $162 per acre. Farm of Chris
tian Flory, 100 acres, in East Donegal town
ship, to Samuel Erb at 8117 per acre. House
with 12 acres of land in Rapho township, of
Rev. Henry Brubaker, to David Myers for
$3,160. One sore of Chestnut sprouts in
Rapho township, also of Rev. Henry Bruba
ker to Mr. Haines for $lOO.
DOES IT PAY TO ADVERTISE ?—The Bos
ton Journal says that a leading book firm in
that city answers the question as follows:
They published an edition of a book of 500
collies, and did not advintise it. In about a
year nearly the whole edition remained on
their hands, as the author, who was largely
interested, did not think it 'would pay to
advertise. Finding his book did not sell, he
followed the advice of his publishers, and ad
vertised freely. His book has now gone
through seven editions of 500 copies each, and
the eighth is ordered. The author now be
lieves in advertising.
SNUFF or dust of any kind, and strong,
caustic or poisonous solutions aggravate Ca
tarrh and drive it to the lungs. Dr. Sage's
Catarrh Remedy cures Catarrh by its mild,
soothing, cleansing and heeding properties.
Each package prepares one pint of the Remedy
ready for use, and costa only fifty cents.
Sold by druggists, or send sixty cents to R.
V. Pierce, M. D., Buffalo, N. Y., and get it
by return mail.
WILL Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Re
newer change gray hair to its original color
and not dye the skin 9 It will! and it hi a
preparation of acknowledged superior merit.
PETERSON'S 111 /LOAM sm for November is
already on our table. It has a beautiful steel
engraving, " The Messenger of Love," illus
trating a powerfully written story. The color
ed steel fashion plate is one of the most beauti
ful we have ever seen, even in this tasteful
magazine. There is also a pattern for a Tidy,
to be worked in Java canvass, printed in ap
propriate colors; this alone is worth the price
of the number. The literary contents, as
always in this magazine, are from the very best
authors. The price is but two dollars a year.
To clubs, the terms are cheaper still, viz : four
copies for $9.00, or eight copies for elg.oo ; in the
first case a large-sized engraving being given
as a present, to the person getting up the club;
in the last, an extra copy of the Magazine, in
addition to the engraving. Specimen copies of
"Peterson's Magazine" are sent gratis to those
wishing to get up clubs. Now is the time to get
up clubs for 1870. Address, Charles J. Peterson,
Sue, Chestnut street, Philadelphia, Pa. We will
send Peterson's Magazine and FATHER A BRA
-11 A M oue year ler
Garykon—Gnu v En. October 19, by Jacob Rein
hold, John K. Gepferd, of Rapho township, to
Lizzie Ann Gruver, of Dauphin county.
ROTH—GEIST. October 14, by the same,
Michael Roth, of Warwick twp., to Caroline D.
Geist, of Manheim twp.
Gitavartt—Bumf. Same day, by the same.
Simon L. Grei bill to Fiona Buck, both of War
SWARR—KIMPER. October 19 by the same,
Jacob G. Svarr, of Sporting 11111, to Alice A.
Kemper, of Warwick.
STEHMAN—BENDER. October 14, by Rev. W.
T. Gerhard, S. Stehman, of East Hemptield, to
Fiona S. Bender, of Penn.
MKSEMER—BECHER. On the same day, by the
same, Tobias M. Messner, of Breeknook, to
Lydia S. Becker, of East Earl.
Hatta—Fcsa. October 17, by Rev. J. J. Strine,
C. IL Herr to Mary G. Funk, both of Manor
STATITPITER-1 5 400NET. 00/Ober 19, by the same,
Christian K. Stauffer, of Millersville, to Emma
F. Mooney, of Providence.
K REIDSCR--110OBIt DOUBLE R. October 14th, by
the Rev. J. J. Strine, Tobias 11. Kreider, of West
Hempileld, to Mary Ann Hogendoubler, of East
KREIDER—LE:ARUN. September Mb, by Rev.
C. 11. Forney, L. L. Kreide r, Esq., of Enterprise,
Pa., to Lizzie K. Leaman, of Upper Leacock
SNYDER. October 17th, in this city, Willie,
son of John and Louisa Snyder, aged 3 year*, 2
months and 24 days.
NE,VNINOZR. October inh, Frederick 11. Nen
'linger, in the 76th year of his Age.
LFEDNIIII. On the morning of October 15th,
Mrs. Maria Lednum, in the 69th year of her age.
Lancaster Household Markets.
LANCASTER, act. 20.
Butter, ¢IIL 45 50
Lard, 1t 20 a. 23
Eggs, doz 28 0 30
Dressed Chickens 'll pair. ... 40 01
Live Chickens pair 50 a 90
Potatoes 'ft bus 0 @ 65
Potatoes ti peck 10
Jersey Sweet Potatoes 10 peck 15 25
Turnips 8 @ 10
Onions 20 4 - 1?
Apples peck 12 (e 0 18
Cider IP quart ... ......... 15
Clinton l!Fapeß, y ! quart 10 k 4
Chicken Gra7pes r quart 5 @ 0
Buckwheat meal iFt quarter 1.25 @
Corn in the ear, per bus 90 ti.V
Oats Vbagof 8 bus 1.80 44 2.00
Philadelphia Produce Market.
n6LI'UTA, Oct. 20.—Cloverseed quiet with
sales at *7.2567.75 64 lbs. 100 bush. Timothy were
taken at *4. Flaxseed is wanted by the crushers at
The last sale of Nu. 1 quercitron bark, was it:l7 ift
Flour, about 1000 bbls. changed hands, including
superfine, at $5.5061.7.5 ; extras, at *tit i. 25 ; north
western extra family, at fin 50017 ; I'enn'a do. do.
at *0.25@,.75; Ohio and Indiana do. do., at $1.5041§
7.25, and fancy brands, at ;firstname.lastname@example.org, according to
Rye flour sells at *6.
Nothing doing in Cornmeal.
The demand for wheat continues good at former
quotations; sales of 15.000 bush. western red, part
at $1.43, and part on slteret terms ; 700 bush. Penn'a
do., at $1.45, and some Delaware at *1.45.
Rye is steady at sl.os.—Corn is quiet but we con
tinue yesterday's quotations ; sales of yellow at
$email@example.com, and 3000 bus. western mixed, at $1Q1.02.
Oats are firmer ; sales of 0.500 bush. western, at
11,000 bus. Canada Barley sold on private terms.
W hisky at firstname.lastname@example.org IF/ gallon, as to packages.
Philadelphia Cattle Market.
MONDAY, Oct. 18.—The Cattle market was
moderately active this week, and prices were a
fraction higher. About 2,600 bead arrived and
sold at 9(69 1 /0. for extra Pennsylvania and
Western steers ; 768'', c. for fair to good do. and
1 4 8 40. 'gib. gross, for oommon, as to quality
The following sales were reported:
53 head, Owen Smith, Western........ 8
54 " A. Christy & Bro., Virginia.. 7
53 " Dengler & MoCleese, West'n. 7
113 "P. Merillen, Western 6 1 6 ]
90 " P. Hathaway, Western 7,
130 " James 8. Kirk, Chester c 0... 7
53 " B. F. McFillen, Western 7
101 " James 8. Merillen, Western. 7
100 11 B . S. Morillen, Chester c 0.... 7
140 " Ullman & Bachman, Virginia 7
240 " Martin, Fuller & Co., Weet'n. 6
150 " Mooney Smith Western...
98 " Thos. Mooney al Bro,Virgutia 6
100 " H. Chain, Penn'a . 6
50 " John Smith, £ Bro., Western 7 1
115 " J. &L. Frank, Virginia
60 " H. Frank, Western 6
140 " Hope & Co., Penn'a 6%
64 " Nikon & Co., Virginia
146 " G. Sohamberg & Co., Virginia 6 il%
20 " B. Baldwin, Chester oo 6
63 " S. Frank, Penn'a . 8
32 " A. Kimble, Chester oo 5
40 " G. 'Changer, Virginia 6 1
61 " C. Welker, Virganut 5%
60 " Blum & Co., Virginia 5
17 " K. C. Wimble, New York 5
80 " Preston & Saunders, Chester ey
Cows were higher ; 160 head sold at 640
springers, and 85 11 bead for cow and
bheep were nee anged ; 12 000 , head aol
4;itgtHic. VI M. gross, as to condition.
Hogs were in fair demand ; 8600 head so]
the different yards at 1144114.75 ift 100 Ss. no
"lIYGEIAN 110 ME."
N. B. ADAMS, M. D., Physician-in-Chief.
Dr. A dams has studied and attended Medical
Lectures mid Hospitals, both in New York and
Philadelphia, an dbeen a successful practitioner
of the "Healing Art" for many years; ho is
therefore eminently qualified by Medical Edu
cation, Surgical skill, and great experienee, for
the position of Physician and Surgeon hi a
lame Hea It h In Invalids seeking health
will find at our cure every facility for the re
covery of health. Pure, soft, spring water,
healthful diet, and excellent bathing facilities
combined with Swedish Movements, and aN.
dicious application of Electricity, and all Na
ture's great curative Agents, regulated by a
sl.illfnl Physician, enables us to cure when a
cure is possible.
The I all aid Winter months are considered
best for treatment, especially in our mild and
St7,IIf:ICAL OPPIZATIONB of all kinds performed
according to it e latest and most approved
WOns•r4.Taw..a. cases and all PRIVATE DIS
EA,ms, as well as l'l'spepsia, 411eumatism and
Liver Complaint, are treated with success.
For Circular, address the Proprietors, Brown
@• 111(1(11(4ml' ff, Wernersville, Berks Co., Pa.
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p 1:13 LIC SALE.
ON FRIDAY, the 29th day of OCTOBER, PM,
will be sold at public sale, on the premises a
Valuable Tract of Land, in Pequea township,
Lancaster county, on the public road leading
from Willow Street to Rockville about half a
mile west of New Danville. adjoining lands of
Isaac Shenk, Christian Herr, David Landis,
Samuel Shenk and others, containing Twenty
ACRES, more or loss, late the property of John
Eby, deceased. The iinprovements thereon are
a two-story Log and B'eatherboarded DWE.I.••
LING HOUSE, Frame Summer House, Stone
and Frame Bank Barn, Hog Stable, Orchard of
Choice Fruit Trees, well and pump, good
The land is in a good state of cultivation, and
laid out into convenient fields.
Persons wishing to view said property pre.
vious to the day of sale, will please call on
Rebecca Turner, residing on the same, or on
the undersigned , near the same.
Sale to Commence at 3 o'clock, p. m., on said
day, when conditions will be made known by
Oct. 22,1869-It] JACOB R. SHENK.
We do not wish to inform you, reader that
Dr. Wonderful, or any other man, has discov
ered a remedy that cures Consumption, when
the lungs are half consumed, in short, will cure
all diseases whether of mind, body or estate,
make men live forever, and leave death to play
f,r want of work, and is designed to make our
sublunary sphere a blissful paradise to which
Heaven itself shall be but a side show. You
have heard enough of that kind of bumbuggery,
and we do not wonder that you have by this
time become disgusted with it. But when I
D 11 you that Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy will
positively cure the worst cases of Catarrh, I only
assert that which thousands can testify to.
Try it and you will bo convinced. I will pay
WO It kwAno for a case of Catarrh that I cannot
FOR SALE BY MOST DRUGGISTS EVERY
Pm( tc ONLY 50 CENTS. Sent by Mail postpaid,
for Sixty Cents; Four packages *2.OU, or ono doz.
en for 45.L0. Send a two cent stamp for Dr.
Sage's pamphlA on Catarrh.
Address the Proprietor,
11. V. PIERCE, M. D.,
oct•:2-.7m] Buffalo, 'N. Y.
Estate of BENJAMIN FLICKINGER, late of
the township of West Cocalico„ deceased. Let
ters of Administration with the will annexed
on the estate of said deceased hating been
granted to the undersigned, residing 1n the
same township, all persons indebted to said
estate are requested to make immediate pay
ment, and those having just claims against the
same aro requested to present them duly au
thenticated for settlement.
JACOB IL FLICKINGER,
DESIRABLE PROPERTY AT PUB
On SATURDAY, the 30th da 7 of OCTOBER,
1869, the undersigned will offei at public sale,
on the premises, in York-twp., about three
miles from the borough of York, on the York
and Chanceford Turnpike Road, the farm ad
joining lands of Jason H. Slusser, E. C. Greve
meyer, Jacob Weiser and others, containing 146
ACII Es, well tile drained, and under good cul
tivation and good fencing—much of it Osage
Orange Hedge. The improvements are two
Peach Orchards, containing over 1000 trees, and
two Apple Orchards, of over 400 trees—all se
lected fruit. Also, a variety of Pears, Grapes
and other fruit. large DWELLING HOUsE,
with surrounding grounds, laid off and ter
raced. A building near it used for boarding
and lodging hands, with a well of good water
and pump at the kitchen door,and a cistern from
which water is drawn in the kitchen, a large
Bank Barn, with root cellar, additional stabling
and shedding, Pig Pen, Corn Cribs, Wagon
Sheds and and Barracks for Grain and Hay.
There is a permanent spring of excellent
water near the building, with a Spring House;
and the water is conveyed to the barn yard
and pig pen. There are also on the premises a
small Cottage Building, a Green House and
The sale will open at 1 o'clock p. m., and the
terms be made favorable to purchasers. Poe.
session and a good title will be given on the
first day of April next.
P. B.—At the same time a TEN ACRE WOOD
LOT, half a mile from the above. will be offe
CHARLES ALEXANDER, Auctioneer. [OOtH-ts
TEACHERS , INSTITUTE.
The Teachers, Directors and friends of edu
cation in Lancaster county, are hereby inform
ed that a Teachers' Institute wilt be held in
Fulton Hall, Lancaster city. commencing at 10
o'clock A. M , on MON DAY, the Bth of NOV.,
and continue during the week.
The following named persons are expected to
be present and give instructions:
Prof. B. 0. N orthruir, of Connecticut; Mrs.
Anna T. Randall, of New York; Prof. Jerome
Allen, of Iowa; Hon. James P. Wickersham,
Hon. Thos. H. Durrowes, Prof. Edward Brooks,
Prof. J. W. Westlake, Prof. J. V. Montgomery,
Prof. S. B. Haldeman, Prof. Theodore Appel .
Essays will be read on the following subjects:
Physical Training; not " How Much," but
"How Well;" Self-Improvement of Pupils; The
Pleasures of Teaching; Fixedness of Purpose;
The Old and the New tystem; '1 he Eye in
Teaching; l'be Teacher out of School House.
The following subjects will be submitted to
the Institute for discussion:
How can Parents and Dir .ctors be induced to
visit schools more frequentlyt
What is the proper function of the Text
3 . for
Can Corporeal Punishment be dispensed
Are the Classic Languages necessary in a
course of study,
What are the immediate wants of the schools'
Should studies be arranged to suit the future
pursuits of Purina
Should Rules be discat ded in Tasselling!
In addition to the usual exercises of Leo
tures, Drills, Essays, Discussions and Addres
see, it is the purpose of the Superintendent, be
fore the close of tb e Institute, to submit a series
of questions on the -. Theory of Teaching,.. to
the members for answers, and to award several
prizes, aocortling to the merit of the answers.
No effort will be spared to arrange the exer
cises in such a way as will afford the most pro
fessional benefit as well as enjoyment.
Vocal and Instrumental music will form a
prominent feature of the proceedings.
The dist!" Knishes' lecturers that have been
engaged for the Institute. and the matter that
will be presented for cousideration, should give
ample assurance of the great benefit to be de
rived by all who will attend during its sessions.
It is most heartily desired that all the teach
ers be present at the opening and remain all
week. Then, only, will the object of the In
stitute be fully accomplished
The School directors of the different districts
are respectfully reqm lined to grunt their Teach
ers the time to attend the Institute, and in
struct them to attend. They are also invited
to be with us all week and take part in the es.
They are especially requested to attend on
Thurseay, November 11th, when the state Su-
Perintendent will address them.
Wednesday evening of the meeting, will b°
taken up with exercises by the "Permanent
11,0 public are respectfully invited to attend.
ZAIIM & JACKSON,
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
AND SILVER-PLATED WARE,
SPECTACLES AND FANCY ODs,
N 0.15 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
SW - REPAIIIING ATTENDED TO.IES
CLOCKS, CLOCKS, CL 0 CA'S.
The undersigned keeps eonstnntly on hand a
large and full assortment of the
GENUINE AMERICAN WATCHES,
of different weight and finish, to suit all, which
are sold upon the most reasonable terms, and
guaranteed to give satisfaction.
Keeps also ou band a good assortment of
Call and examine the goods before purchasing
Thankful for past favors, I solicit a continu
same of the same. HENRY F. ANDREWS
Jan I.ly■] Strasburg, Lancaster co.,
800ic.9 and Stationery.
WHOLESALE AND RETAILI
We would respectfully call the attention of all
To our LARGE STOCK of
SCHOOL BOOKS AND STATIONERY!
Which will be Bola at the
LOWEST CASH PRICES
PAPER AND ENVELOPES
GREATLY REDUCED RATES.
Call before purchasing elsewhere.
J. U. SHE AFFEB , S
('leap rash Book Store,
No. 52 North Queen-st.,
RIDDLE & COCHRAN'S,
No. 40 NORTII QUEEN STREET,
(Two Doors North of Inquirer Building,)
We would respectfully call the attention of
TEACHERS AND SCHOLARS,
To our new and complete stock of
SCIIOOL BOOKS AND SOHOOL
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Raving purchased for CASH, we can afford to
dear. GIVE US A CALL. yip
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AT FULTON ROW,
WEST KING STREET.
All the latest helps for Superintendents Teach
ers and Bible Students, new Charts with Ob
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ing every Scholar a worker in the interest of
SUNDAY SCHOOL MUSIC BOOKS,
CLASS BOOKS, &o.
Common School & Miscellaneous Books,
STATIONERY AND FANCY GOODS,
HALF DIME SHEET MUSIC,
BIBLES AND TESTAMENTS,
AT PHILADELPHIA WHOLESALE PRICES
sa- Call and see for yourselves.
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Pianos, Organs i Melodeons Piano and Melo
deon Stools and Lovers, Violins, Guitars,Ban
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Drums, 'Flutes, Flageolets, Harmonicos, Clap
pers, Triangles, Strings of all kinds, Bow Hair,
Tuning Forks, Pitch Pipes, Violin Bows, Cello
Bows, Violin and Guitar Boxes, Music Port
folios, Instruction Books of all kinds, Sheet
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Musical Merchandise. All orders tilledierompt
ly at the usual Retail or Wholesale Prices, and
Sir Tuning and repairin_
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sep24-Iyl No. 22 W. K W ing-at., Lancaster.
:r B. KEVINSKI,
SHEET MUSIC, PIANOS, ORGANS,
Awl Musical Instruments Genera/in
Sole Agent for
STEINWAY & SONS'
WORLD RENOWNED PIANOS.
Mao, Agent for
PRINCE & CO.'S ORO.ANS ftml MELODEONS
Sif-Musio sent by Mall Free of Postage
No. 3 NOETII PRINCE STREET,
GOOK AMOHL DOH!
Rooft aw itn
J. B. SEVINSIKI SEIM MUSIC SHTORB.
KLOPESERA, OEVELLAIL, MELODEONS, un Idle
aorta musk) lnehtrutzental
Der Kevinski is agent for de bereemty Stein
webr Pianos—Kloffeera beast mer se uf deitah.
Der plats is
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N. B. For a first raty gooty Gin g, odder an
4eoordoon, odder a Tswoarrioh-Peif odder en
nich onners musical Inshtrument, Idea odder
gross, shtept yusht ni one KovinskPs, No. 3
Nord Prince Shtrose, 14nm:titer. [no2o-ly
JOHN D. SKILES'
IRIS I POPLINS I
PARIS DREss GOODS,
ENGLISH DRESS GOODS,
FRENCH MERINOS AND WOOL DELAINS,
BLACK BOMBAZINES & CRETONE CLOTH,
PAISLEY AND BROCHE LONG SHAWLS,
BLACK THIBET LONG & SQUARE SHAWLS
500 PLAID AND STRIPED LONG ANL;
SQUARE WOOL SHAWLs,
• 100 PAIR BED CRIB AND
• ENGLIsH AND
WHITE/RED'i GREY FLANNELS,
IN ALL QUALITIES.
A tullU le of Ladies' Merino Vests, Hosiery,
Gloves,B i ihnoral Skirts, &c., &e.
Carpets Cloths, and Window Shades.
MEN AND BOW WEAR,
JOHN D. S K ILES is now receiving a fine as
sortment of CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES, Eng
lish and American Coatings in all shades, Mos
cow and Castor Beavers, all shades.
Goods for Boys' wear, for sale by the yard, or
made up to order at short notice, and warrant
ed to give satisfaction.
READY-MADE CLOTHING. Suits for Men,
suits for Boys.
100 OVERCOATS for Men and Boys' of our
own manufacture. Gents' Furnishing Goods,
Merino Undershirts and Drawers, Hosiery,
Gloves, Neck Ties, &c., &c.
JOHN D. SKILES,
No. 24 East King street one door oast of the
Lancaster County National Bank. [octi-tf
AGENTS WANTED FOR CITA AI
FOR TRH PEOPLE!
Containing full Instructions and Practical
Forms adapted to every kind of Itusines , , and
to all the States of the Union.
Hy FRANKLIN CHAMBERLIN.
Of the United States Bar.
"There is no book of the kmd which will
take rank with it for authenticity. intelligence
and completeness."—Springlield (Mass.) Repub
This is the ONLY NEW BOOK of the kind pub
lished for many years. It is prepared by an
able PRACTICAL LAWYER, of twenty-five
years' experience, and is just what everybody
needs for daily use.
It is highly recommended by many eminent
Judges, including the Chief Justice and other
Judges of Afassachusetts, and the Chief Justice
and entire Bench of Connecticut.
Sold only by subscription. AG' . NTS WANT
ED EVERY WHERE. Sond for Circulars.
0. D. CASE & CO., Publishers, Hartford, Conn.;
No. I Spruce street, New York; Chid/mat 1,0.;
An old law-book, published many years ago,
has just been hastily re-Issued as " a new book')
without even a suitable revision of its obsolete
statements. Do not confound that work with
CH•MBERLIN'S LAW-BOOK FOR THE PROPLE.
THE PACIFIC RAILROAD OPENED !
And now a now interest is felt in the Great
West by everybody. We have issued a new edi
tion of our popular work, "BEYOND THE
MISSISSIPPI," by Albert D. Richardson, writ
ten up by the author to the summer of 1869.
Nothing out will compare with this book
now. New tett, new engravings, new
index, new maps. It contains 620 pages. and
216 tine illustrations. We sell it, with all addi
tions, at its original price.
It is ]he only book that can show
THE OLD WEST AT IT WAS',
AND THE NEW WEST AS IT IS.
Agents should not attempt to sell imitation
books, or those which cover but a small portion
of our Western territory and a limited space of
time. but give people what they really want,
the full and complete listory of the whole
West from 1867, down to the present time. We
shall pay large commissions on this work, and
agents can get circulars with terms by apply
ing to the publishers.
AMERICAN PUBLISHING CO.,
octl-O] Hartford, Conn.
BOOK AGENTS WANTED FOR
MARK TWAIN .S
NEW WOK, with 234 Engravings,
TIIE INNOCENTS ABROAD;
Or, The New Pilgrim's Progress
The most readable, valuable, laughable, and pop
ular book printed for years.
Do you want to make money faster than ever
before in your Wel Sell this book. SOO volumes
sold in New York City in ono day. 20,000 vol
umes printed in advance and now ready for
agents. Send for Circular to
B. W. BUSS & CO.
octl-41] Toledo, Ohio.
WE CONTINUE TO MANUFAC
TURE our well-known Manures,
PHOSPHATE OF LIME
and also have for sale
, No. 1 Genuine Government,
Fish Guano, Land Plaster and Hydraulic Ce
ment together with a complete assortment of
Burning and Greasing OILS, at fair market
Super-Phosphate of Lime, - - - 'SO per 2000 lbs.
Ammoniated Fertilizer, - - - *35 do.
A DISCOUNT TO DEALERS.
ALLEN & NEEDLES,
42 SOUTH DELAWARE AVENCIEk
ESTABLISHED IN 1848.
GEO. M. STEINMAN Sr, CO.,
augl3-tf] Solo Agents at Lancaster, Pa.
TT S. lIOTEL,
OPPOSITE PENNA. R. R. DEPOT,
W. H. EMMINGER &
CLOTHS, CASHMERES, COATINGS, &C
HAGER & BROTHERS '
have now open a choice selection of Foreign
and I)omeatio COATINGI, in Blue,
Dahlia, Olive and Black.
EDRIDON,MOSCOW and CASTOR BEAVERS
for OVERCOATINGS, same shades.
MELTONS AND CASSIMEREB FOR, SUITS
Goods for Boy's Wear at the price of
Goods in 1800,
For Mon and lloys, of our own manufacture;
the materials carefully selected, and satisfac
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS,
MERINO SHIRTS AND DRAWERS,
small to extra sizes.
GENT'S SHIRTs OF APPROVED MAKE,
Ii AN DK ERCIII E FS,
GLOVES, HOSIERY, &C.
The above stock will be found complete and
at low down prices. We invite inspection.
HAGER (t• BROTHERS.
1869• FALL. 1869.
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS
for Fall Sales, and invite an examination.
ALI. WOOL POPLINS and SERGE PLAIDS
for Ladies' and CMiliren's Suits, in New
Choice Designs and Colors.
PLAID AND WATERPROOF CLOAKINGS,
NEW FALL SHAWLS,
OPERA FLANNELS, Plain and Plaid,
BLACK AND COLORED SILKS,
In all the n3w shades.
DRESS GOODS—from 200. upward
CRETENE CLOTH, (a new material.)
Black Thibet Long & Square Shawls,
BEAK CRAPE VEILS AND COLLARS,
MERINO VESTS for Ladies and Children.
Foreign and Domestic HOSIERY and GLOVES
THOMPSON'S IMPROVED CORSETS.
KID GLOVES, new Fall Shades,
White, Red, and Grey FLANNELS,
Shaker and Ballard Vale FLANNELS
in low and tine.
BLANK t. rs IN ALL QUALITIES.
House Furnishing RINENS AND COTTONS.
4a?- The above goods were purchased in the
New York and Philadelphia Markets for Cash,
al low prices, and will be sold accordingly.
II AU ER & BROTHER*.
LOWELL & HARTFORD 3•PLY and INGRAIN
BRUSSELS AND 3•PLY VENETIAN
WOOL, DUTCH, HEMP AND RAG CARPETS
RUGS AND DOOR MATE.
PLAIN AND DECORATIVE,
PARLORS, HALLS, LIBRARIES, DINING
CHAMBER s, &c.,
The largest stock in this City. f .
DAMASK AND LACE CURTAINS,
BUFF AND GREEN SHADE HOLLAND.
For sale by
°O&M HAGER & BRO'S.
THOS. J. WENTZ,
EAST KING STREET,
SIGN OF THE BEE HIVE,
Now offers a full assortment of
GLOVES anti HOSIERY,
Floor & Table Oil Cloths,
GLASS AND QUEENSWARE
LOWEST INDUCING PRICES.
Kind attention paid to all.
Special cure taken to show our stock.
WENTZ BEE HIVE,
my2ll.4f] No. 5 East King street.
JACOB CIARNIBII, H. 8. HAANIBII, JOHN L. )(Luau.
HARNISH & CO'S
N 0.27 WEST KING-ST., LANCASTER, PA.,
Dealers in Foreign and Domestic
GLASS AND QUEENSWARE,
Cloths, Cassimerea, Sattinetts, Jeans, Tweeds
Lindseys, Fiannala, Ticking'', Checks Plaids,
Alpaceas, Dress Goods, Ginghams, Calicoes,
Muslims and Drills,
White Goods, Notions, & No. l Feathers,
MEN AND BOYS; WEAR,
Made tip at astonishing Low Prices.
Wean and examine our stock before pur
chasing elsewhere. [febill , B9dy
A large number of valuable farms for sale on
reasonable terms, located in Perry county, Pa.
Send for a Circular giving a full description of
each farm registered. Also, price. joctB-3m
HAGER & BROTHERS
Have now in store a full stook of
LADIES? DRESS GOODS,
from tine to extra qualities,
BEST ENGLISH AND AMERICAN
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS,
from 1 to 4 yards wide.
REAL. ESTATE AGENT,
NEW BLOOMFIELD, PERRY CO., t'