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On Friday afternoon, John Marquet was
tried for a fiendish attack on John Hassler,
who Martinet alleged owed Lim four dollars.
The jury found him guilty and lie was sentenc
ed to pay the costs. A surely of the peace
case against Marquet was also heard, and he
was sentenced to pay costs auil enter into a
recognizance to keep the peace for six months.
John H. Walter was tried for felonious as.
sault and battery upon John T. Herzog. He
was convicted and sentenced to pay a line of
ten dollars and costs of suit.
The Surety of the Peace charge preferred
against Archibald Warren by his wife, wax
dismissed, no one offering to prosecute. The
prosecutrix was mulcted in the costs.
William Warner was acquitted of the
charge of stealing a suit of clothes from
Daniel F. Cohn and Martha Cohn were
separated from the bonds of matrimony. The
parties belong to Columbia.
The District Attorney stated that he had a
Surety of the Peace case of Martha Parker
against Edward Parker, both parties being
colored ; and as no one has appeared to pro
secute the case, lie asked that it be dismissed
and the costs put upon the county. The Court
acceded to the, request, but announced that
hereafter, in all cases in which the prosecu
tors fail to appear to push the suits instituted
by them, the costs will be assessed to them.
The case of Israel White, iu which the de
fendant was charged with deserting his wife,
Martha, was heard. The parties to this suit
reside in Springville. Court ordered the de
fendant to pay to his wife three dollars per
week, as alimony.
There being no other case ready for trial by
a jury, all the jurors drawn for this term of
this Court was discharged.
John Rinehart, who was complained against
for deserting his wife, Elizabeth, was ordered
to pay her one dollar a week towards her sup
port. The parties to the suit reside in Spring
Washington Pyle, complained against for
deserting his wife, Anna, was ordered to pay
her two dollars a week towards her mainten
ance. The parties to tile suit live in this city.
George Waltz was complained against at
the August term of this Court for the deser
tion of his wife. Jennie Waltz did not then,
nor has she since, appeared to prosecute the
case. The District Attorney asked that it be
dismissed, which was done.
There being no other business to claim the
attention of the Court, it adjourned.
The following cases were ignored by the
Grand Jury in addition to those given last
Andrew Johnson, Assault anti Battery;
Jacob Mowery, Larceny; Peter M. Will and
Elias Reist, Neglect of Duty; Benj. Gerber
and Peter Kreybill, Neglect of Duty, three
charges; Harvey Garlacher, Larceny; Theo
dore H. Gregor, False Pretense; C. B. Herr,
three charges: P. C. Eckert, Assault and
Battery; Abraham Bachman, False Pretense;
John W. Buckley. False Pretense; Joseph
Zaepfel, Larceny as Bailee; Jacob Hoover,
Samuel Harbison, Selling Liquor to Minors;
Mary Yellets, Assault and Battery; James
S. Dickinson, Larceny; Jacob M. Weller,
Assault and Battery; Gotlieb Young, Chas.
Penile, Peter Orth and Samuel H. Lockard,
for selling liquor without license; Washington
Pyle, assault and battery on Henry J. Swent
eel; John Thomas, Larceny; Jacob Blocher,
The Grand Jury in their report say that
they had passed upon eighty-eight bills—
forty-nine being returned "true bills," and
They speak in high terms of the manage
ment of the prison, alms-house and hospital,
and warmly recommend that the salary of Mr.
Steinheiser, the steward of the hospital, be
increased. Tkey also make the following
suggestions, which are worthy of attention:
"We think it would be greatly to the inter.
est of the county to change the manner of
paying for the services of the District Attor
ney from the present system to that of a fixed
salary per annum, and recommend that
proper action be taken in the matter. We
also think it would be advisable to have the
office of Keeper of the Prison made a salaried
office, and we hereby recommend that proper
action be taken in the matter to have the
laws changed for that purpose."
J. B. Shuman, of Manor-twp., was foreman
of the Grand Jury, and not C. H. Nissley, as
we stated last week.
THE NEW COUNTY OFFICERS : On Sat
urday last, the bonds of the new County
Officers were presented to the Judges of the
Court, and approved as follows :
Bonds of Win. Roberts, County Treasurer
elect, one of which goes to the State Treas
urer, and the other to the Commissioners of
Lancaster county, the former being in the
sum of $60,000, the latter $75,000. Messrs.
John M. Greider, Henry Copenheffer, Samuel
Bruckbardt, Jacob Seitz, D. W. Witmer,
John B. Stehman, Christian J. Frey, Henry
Neff, Abraham B. Witmer, Benjamin Her
shey, Dr. A. K. Rohrer, Jacob M. Greider,
and Reuben Garber, are Mr. Roberts, sure
Bonds of Geo. W. Keen, the new Clerk of
Orphans' Court. The bond, which is in the
sum of $6,000, with Geo. W. Hensel and
Sam'l L. Kauffman as sureties, was approved.
Bond of Frederick Myers, the Sheriff elect,
which was approved by the Court. The bond
is for the penal snm of $30,000, and the sure
ties are Henry Musser, Frank J. Herr and H.
Bond of Robert Dysart, the new Coroner,
which is in the sum of $7,600, with B. M.
Myers and Henry Eberly, as bondsmen, was
approved by the Court.
Bonds of H. 8. Shenk, Register elect—one
for $lO,OOO, with John K. Reed, Hon. 0. J.
Dickey and Jos. Welohans, aS sureties, for
the Court of Common Pleas; mid one for
818,000, with same sureties a 11110* with
Luther Richards added, for the Orphans'
Bonds of Wm. Barton, Clerk of Sessions
elect, for $6,000 and $l,OOO respeetively, with
John B. Warfel and D. B. Bartok, as sureties.
The bonds of W. D. Stauffer, Prothonotary
elect, were also presented and approved.
LINDEN HALL POINALE BEELINANIE AT
LI Tiz: Among the Institutions of Leadaster
county which have added to its fwegorable
reputation throughout the bied. we believe
this to las one of the chief., Established in
1794,by the kforavlaas, in_their Wet, secluded
high-toned village, with all the advantages for
a thorough moral as we4ae Mental education,
it soon acquired a . reputation to draw pupils
from the most distatst States. Maine, Loui
siana" California and Oregon, are as well rep
resented amongst its patrons as the States
nearer home and any township in our own
county. Upwards of 4000 young ladies have
received a partial or whole education here,and
in entering many a home during our travels,
we have met many mothers or daughters,
who have enjoyed the the soothing and re
lining influences of that thorough higher fedu -
oation furnished at Litiz. Should any of our
patrons contemplate sending any of their
daughters to boarding school, we know of
none in which they will be better cared for,
and we cheerfully recommend them to write
for a circular to the Rev. Eugene A. lerueauff,
Principal at Litir, who has had charge of the
institution for upwards of nineteen years.
BIBLE SOCIETY : The fifty-fourth anni
versary celebration of the Lancaster County
Bible Society was held in the Moravian
Church, this city, on Thanksgiving evening.
Rev. D. P. Rosenmiller, President of the
Society, presided. Rev. Geo. Robinson, of
the Presbyterian Church, and Rev. E. IL
Nevin, of the Reformed Church, delivered
addresses, and religious exercises were con
ducted by clergymen of the several denomina
tions of this city. The attendance at the
meeting was very small. The annual report
was read, from which it appeared that the
collections during the year amounted to the
paltry sum of $llB, contributed by eight of
the congregations of the city.
SALT FOR THE TrtROAT : An exchange
says : "In these days when diseases of the
throat prevail, and particularly a dry, hack
ing cough, which is not only distressing to
ourselves but to those with whom we are
brought into business contact, those thus
afflicted may be benetitted by trying the fol
lowing remedy : Last fall we were induced
to try what virture there was in common salt.
We commenced by using it three times a day
—morning, noon and night. We dissolved a
large tablespoonful of common salt in about
half a tumbler of cold water, and with this
we gargled the throat most effectually, just
before meal time ; the result has been that
during the winter we were nut only free from
the usual coughs and colds to which, as our
memory extends, we have always been sub
ject, but the dry, hacking cough has entirely
disappeared. We attribute it entirely to the
salt gargle, and do most cordially recommend
it to those of our readers who are subject to
diseases of the throat."
THE REAL ESTATE MARKET: The one
story brick dwelling house and lot of ground,
in Shippen-st., between E. King and Orange,
belonging to the heirs of William Barnes, was
on last Saturday evening sold by Jacob Gun
daker, auctioneer, to James Williams, for
The farm of Henry Hilton, containing 28
acres, in Manheim-twp., was sold to Jacob
Hiestand, at $250 per acre.
James B. Kermedy has sold his farm of :to
acres, near Georgetown, in Bart-twp., to Mr.
Bainey for $2950.
The following real estate of Jos. Pownall,
dec'd, in Sadsbury-twp., was sold at public
sale by the executors on Saturday last: 19
acres and 77 perches of land north of the
railroad, to Henry and Ambrose Pownall at
$129 per acre. House and lot in the village
of Christiana to John G. Fogle for $650.
Two small lots were sold to Thomas Hurst
and one to James Hood.
1..78E Dr. Rierc,e's Alterative Extract, or
Golden Medical Discovery for all Coughs,
Colds, Bronchial or Lung Diseases. It arrests
and cures Consumption in its early stages.
Sold by druggists, or enclose three dollars
and twenty-five cents to Dr. It. V. Pierce,
Buffalo, N. Y., and get three bottles free of
THOSE who wish a reliable preparation for
the hair should adopt Hall's Vegetable Sicil
ian Hair Renewer.
Mr. T. S. Arthur's three magazines are always
early in the field. Arthur's Home Magazine has,
among its specialities, a serial story by Virginia
Townsend, and an acting charade by S. Annie
Frost. Tho frontispiece is one of Lauderbach's
best wood engravings. In 1870 Mr. Arthur will
begin a series of Temperance Tales for the
Times. and Evenings with the Poets will be
continued. Once a Month, though only a year
old, may now be considered as fully establish
ed. Next year the pages will be enlarged and
the number of engravings increased. The Chil
dren's Hour, whose name intimates its purpose,
is also very readable and nicely illustrated.
Next month Miss Virginia Townsend will begin
a new story.
The Christmas number of the " LADY'S
FRIEND" has two une , ,mmonly beautiful steel
engravings—companion pictures, "The Depar
ture" and " The lteturn Besides these, it has
a gay and stylish of Colored Fashions,
and a I hristmas title page. The reading mat
ter is quite charming. Now is the time to get
up clubs. Published at 12 per annum, by Dea
con & Peterson, 819 Walnut-st., Philadelphia.
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TO THE WORKING CLASS.—We are now
prepared to furnish all classes with constant
employment at home, the whole of the time or
for the spare moments. Business new, light
and profitable. Persons of either sex easily
earn from 50c. to $1 per evening, and a propor-
tional sum by devoting their whole time to the
business. Boys and girls earn nearly as much
as men. That all who see this notice may send
their address, and test the business, wo make
this unparalleled otter: To such as are not well
satisfied, we will send $1 to pay for the trouble
of writing. Tull particulars, a valuable sample,
which will do to commence work on, and a copy
of The Peoples' Ltterary Ocrmpanten—ona of the
largest and best family newspapers published—
all sent free by mail. Reader, if you want per
manent, profitable work, address E. U. ALLEN
& Augusta, Maine. [oct29-3m
The advertiser, having been restored to health
in a few weeks, by a very simple remedy, after
having suffered several years with a severe
lung affection, and that dread disease, Con
sumption—is anxious to make known to his
fellow-sufferers the means of cure.
To all who desire it, he will send a copy of the
prescription used (free of charge,) with the di
ruction4 for preparing and using the same,
which they will and a sumo CURB FOR CONSUMP
TION, ASTHMA, IiRoIiCHITIS, &O. The object of
the advet tiser in sending the Prescription is to
benefit the afflicted, and spread information
which he conceives to be invaluable; and he
hopes every mint or will try his remedy, as it
will cost them nothing, and may prove a bless
ing. Parties wishing the prescription, will
Pay. EDWARD A. WILSON,
novit-ly] Williamsburg, Rings co., N. Y.
ERRORS OF YOUTH
A gentleman whosoffered for years from Ner
vous Debility, Premature Decay, and all the
effects of youthful indiscretion, will, for sake of
suffering humanity, send free to all who need
it, the receipt and direetiorui for making the
simple remedy by which he wet ours& Suf
ferer. wishing to profit by the advertiser's ex
perience, can do so by addresalog, with perfect
cordidentie. JQRI4 B. CIGMIN,
nov l / 6 -1y) No. 42 Cedar street, New York.
CAROTHERA—IBENIIKRG. Nov. 18th, by Rev.
W. T. Gerhard, at his house, James f. Caroth
ers. of Yellow Springs. Blair co., to Clara Isen
berg, of Water Street, Huntington co , Pa.
1114181111Y—BACHMAN. On the eagle day, by
the same, at Hotting Jt Schlott's Hotel, Samuel
Hershey to Mary Bachman, both of Mount Joy.
Zoritsawas—Eas. On the same day. by the
same, at Jonathan Spreoher's Hotel, Daniel 8.
Zimmerman, of East Earl, to Anna (J. Erb, of
SULLY—ERMA RT. Nov. 9S d, at I:M . ldt , ' Hotel,
by the same, Samuel A. Shelly to Fanny B. Er
hart, both of Repko-twit.
S MAW-4011N, UR. Nov. 4th, by Jacob Rein
hold, John Speraw to Elizabeth Johnson, both
FAIINAORT—M ELLER. Nov. letb, by the same,
Jacob K. Fasoacht to Sue Keller, both of
Gluts—Molten. Ga the same day, by the
same, Benjamin E. table to Maria H. Minich,
both of l'enn-twp.
LINDEN AN—NEWCOMER. On the same day, by
the same, Jacob Lindeman to Catharine K.
Newcomer, both of Manor-twp.
HOOVRR—NULT. Nov lstla,by the same, Hoary
Hoover, of wad township, to Bathurst Nolt, of
West F.arl township.
Ilbornsa—Bot.s.tuosa. On the same day, by
same, BITER] B. Sn) tiet, of Warwick towuohip,
to Eutoline Bolliugur, of Clay township.
EirAu SV6R—WII3I. art. On the same day ,by the
same, Henry IL Stauffer, of West Hempfleld, to
Lizzie Witmer, of East kJ emptield-twp.
WzAvila—Nsits. Nov. NO by Rev. Dr. Green
wald, Amos Weaver, of West Lampeter, to
Mary B. Nell; of Manor.
KI EH L—LUTZ. Nov 111th, by Rev. Dr. Green
wald, henry B. Kiehl to Maria B. Lutz, both of
NOLT—Hormann. November 113th, at Hon;
SohloW e Hotel, by the Rev. J. . 1. btrine, Be .
N. Nolt, .of West Hemptield, to Anna M. Ho -
man, of East Hemptield.
BURIWAIIT—LANDIS. On the same day atJona
than Spreeher's Hotel, by the same, Samuel H.
Burkhart, of Bareville, Leacook . twp., to Mary
L. Landis, of East Lam ter.
WILIDIZAN—Swrnas. NOV. 18t11, at Harting
Sehlott , s Hotel, by the same,Henry S. Weid
man, of Penn, to Fannie N. Syder, of Rapho.
Ilmcnt an—HAHN/SU. On the same day, by the
same, at his residence, Abraham B. Burnish to
Lizzie H. liarnish, both of Pequea.
linalmsn—Mussmman. On the same ray at
C. Shonk's Hotel, by the same, Benjamin bur
nish, of West Hempbeld, to Martha M. Mussel
man, of East Hempdeld.
Arrid—Mmea. Nov. 11th, by Rev. William
H. Steak, John H. Apple to Mary D. Miller,both
NOWLEN—STEINER. Nov. Ttli, by Rev. D. W.
Kelly, Joseph W. F. Nowlen, ot Columbia, Pa.,
to Mary Ettie Steiner, ot Limestone, Northum
berb,nd county, Pennsylvania.
Foarity. Dct. 12th in the village of Ettrivi
raybill B. Forney, in the 42d year of his age.
AIIFFMAN. Nov. 17th, in East Hempneld.
t wp., Dr. Andrew B. Kauffman, aged F. 5 years,
months and 1 (lay.
FRICK. Nov. 16th, In this city, Maria Barbara
Frick, in tLe 61st year of her age.
Lancaster Household Markets.
LA NCAISTYR, NOV. 24.
42 5 tip
11 @ 18
1 00 02 00
1 00 @1 25
41 0 60
4 41 :0
1 00 1 20
1 1 15 5 :1 1100
119 VI h
Be g e g f by the quarter—front.....
Beef by the quarter—hind
Small Poik by the quarter
Live Chickens sjH pair
Dressed Chickens each.
Potatoes ft bus
Turnips yt peck 6618c.—Ift bus
Apples ?t 34 peck
Walnuts qA %peck
Chestnuts YI qt
Winter Beans per qt
Buckwheat 1.1 quarter
Corn in the ear, per bus
Oats %t bag of 8 bus
Philadelphia Produce Market.
P itiLADELVIII.I., Nov. 24.—Tite Flour market is
without change. The demand is limited to the
wants of the home consumers, who purchased
700 bbls., including superfine, at $505,24 extras
at firstname.lastname@example.org 1 ,4; lowa, Wisconsin and Minneso
ta extra family at $5.7566.25; Penna. do do. at
$5.7566.50; Ohio and Indiana do. do. at $366.75,
and fancy brands at $767.50.
Rye flour sells at $6.
The demand for Wheat continues limited. but
prices remain without change. Sales of 5,000
bus Pa. red at $1.35, and 3,000 bus. Delaware do.
Rye is steady at email@example.com per bashed for
Corn is in small supply and commands fall
prices. Sales of yellow at $l.lO, and new do. at
Barley is stronger. 1,000 bus. two-rowed New
York sold at $1.05.
Nothing doing in Barley Malt.
Bark is in demand at a further decline. 2,000
bus. No. 1 Queroltron sold at $3O per ton.
Whisky is lower. 50 barrels wood and iron
bound western sold at $firstname.lastname@example.org.
Philadelphia Cattle Market.
MON DAY, Nov. 22.—Reesi pta, 2,500 head. There
was a bet ter feeling in the market for beef cat
tle to-day, and under the influences of com
paratively light offerings holders were quite
Arm in their demends. We quote choice at
909 N ; prime at 808 X : fair to good at qggrex ;
and common at 306 e. It it. gross. The follow
ing sales were reported
51 - head, Owen Smith, Western 7 @ 9
52 " A. Christy & Bro., Virginia.. 6140 7!4
85 " Dengler & sfeCleese, Ches. co. 6 0 7
50 " P. MeFillen, Western 8 a 8 !.4
76 " P. Hathaway, Western 6 11) 9
73 " .1113. S. Kirk, Chrster co 6 511 9
32 " B. Mennen, Virginia :POP
100 " Ullman & Bachman, West. Pa 7 4O 9,4
190 " James Mennen, Western.... 7 0 9
50 " E. S. ItieFillen, Virginia 8 gp 8.4
235 " Martin. Fuller & Co., Wost'n. 6§ 9
120 " Mooney & Smith, Western... 7 934'
72 " Thos. Mooney& tiro, Virginia 6 7
16 " 11. Chain Western Penn'a. . • 6 0
( 3 i k4
176 " John Smith & Bro., Western 0 1 ,40 A
97 " J. &L. Frank, Virginia. ..... . 6 1 ,4f0 8;4
60 " IL Frank, Western 6 a 7
85 " Hope & Co., Virginia
50 " M. Dryfoos & Co., Western... 4 6 11 ;%/ : 4 4
95 " G. Schamberg, Virginia 61,4 B'4
35 " Blum & Co., Virginia-- ..... 6;40 7;4
25 " 11. Baldwin, Chester co 5.4@ 41
17 " J. Clemson, Virginia 7 Q 8 %
60 " Elko') & Co., Virginia 6 a 7
81 " S.. Frank, Western 60 7
17 " Chandler & Alexander, Cheg. BCP 8%
18 " A. Kimble, Chester co 3 at 6%
25 " L. Horne Delaware 5 a 6
25 " .1. J. Chain, Western 6 (i 7
2e " Thomas Duffy, Western 7CO 8 1 ,4
35 " Jos. Hull, Western.— 5 0 7
60 " John MeArdle, Western 5 a B'4
130 " ILL Ellemzer, Virginia S 0 8 14
50 " C. Welker, Virginia 5 gP WA
GO " It . Mayne, Virginia 5 06 1 - 4
17 " F. Martin, Western Penn ' a... 5 0 5;4
8 " A. Gutenberg, Virginia 5 U 6
17 " Preston & Saunders, Ches. Co 5 gp gY,
15 " John Christy, Western Penne 5;441 6
33 " D. Branson, Chester co 6 fill 73.'
Cows and calves—receipts, 2® bead. There
was a fair demand for cows and calves at sls@
$75, and springers at 440060. In Camden there
was a good demand for calves, and sixty bead
sold at S'Yia9c. for common, and 106 , 12 e. $ L.
Sheep—reccipts,ls,ooo head. The market was
dull and prices weak; sales of 12,000 head at the
Park Drove Yard at 4@60. gA lb., the latter rate
for extra, and common at $1.004112 ; about 3,0(14)
head sold at the Avenue Yard, within the above
range of figures.
Hogs—receipts, 8,147 head. The demand was
active at $146114.75 ie 100 The. net, for corn fed.
TRADE, TRADE, TRADE'
01 sou 0111 !
MONEY ! MONEY ! 1 MONEY !I !
How! flow ! 1 How !! I Hew!!!!
Get! Get ! ! Get!!!
Singer Singer Sewing Machine!
First! Firsts! First!!! First!!!!
Get boot! Get boot 11 Get boot! 1
Alirily trading it off on a Howe and write a
Card against the Singer Agent. Diov2B-3t
FURS! FURS!! FURS!!!
HAGER & BROTHERS have now open direct
from the importers a choice selection of
LAMES' AND CHILDREN.
• HUDSON BAY SABLE,
In Eugenias. Berthas', MartiJetta., Boas and
Mutts. A large assortment of
Sir The above are all fresh goods, and will be
sold at a great reduction from last year's prices.
HAGER & BROTHEIts,
SHAWLS AND CLOAKINGS.
ASTRACHAN, CHINCHILLA. AND BEAVER,
CLOAKS AND CLOAKINGS,
BLACK AND COLORED VELVETEEN',
CASHMERE AND WOOLEN
LONG AND SQUARE SHAWLS.
DRESS GOODS for Ladies' find Children.
iller A largo assortment of the above at low
prices at HAGER A BROTHEn.i.
FALL, 1869. FALL, 1869.
Ml Nts WEAR.
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, COATINGS, 3.e.
HAGER & BROTHERS
Have now open a choice selection of Foreign
and Domestic COATINGS, in Blue,
Dahlia, Olive and Blaek.
EDRIDON, MOSCOW and CASTOR BEAVERS
for OVER I JOATINGS, same shades.
Meltons and Cassimeres for SUITS. Goods for
Boys Wear at the price of goods in INC
for Men and Boys,
Of our own manufacture, the materials care
fully selected and satisfaction guaranteed.
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS.
MERINO SHIRTS and DRAWERS, small to
extra sizes. GENT'S SHIRTS of approved
make. Neck Ties, Handkerchiefs, Gloves,
The above stock will be found complete and
at low down prices. We invite inspection.
nov2B-t f] HAGER & BROTHERS.
wA d rtisem en ts.
JAS. F. RICKSECKER,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
Windsor & Cane-seated Chairs,
NO. 29 EAST KING STREET,
Nearly opposite the Court House, over Hurry
Orders and Repairing promptly attended to.
`ALE OF THRESHING MA-
K" CH lUS,
Or SATURDAY, DKCEMBER Ilth, INV, at 9
o'clock A. M., at Wm. Kirkpatrick's Shop, Last
Orange street, Lancaster, will be sold 4 New
Wheat Threshers and 1 Bevel llorse-power all
complete; also wrought and east iron lots, sui
table f.ar all machine makers; a largo lot of
Screw Volts of various sizes; 2 patent Balances,
one very heavy; a lot of Tackle Blocks, one set
`very large; one Smith's Bellows, Log Chains,
one Cable Chain 30 feet long, very good and
light, Shears for cutting sheetiron; 2 Circular
Saws,Work Benches, Writing Desks, Plough
"Beane and Handles, worked out; Wrenches
and Patterns for moulding, Bath Tub, and a
variety of other articles too numerous to men
ion. Terms made known by
Henry Shubert, Auct
BRADBURY'S AND OTHER
PIANOS. Taylor & Farley's and E. P.
Needham & Son's Organs and Melodeons. WM.
G. FISCHER Gen , ' Wholesale Agent, 1018 Arch
street and 21 North Eleventh street, Plttladel.
phis. [oc t2itern
L EWIS POTTER,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
NEW BLOOMFIELD, PERRY CO., PA
A large number of valuable farms for sale on
reasonable terms, located in Perry oounty, Pa.
Send for a Circular giving a full description of
each farm registered. Also, price. [octS4m
a k VEGETABLE SICILIAN
1 - TAI
PERSONS WHO ARE GRAY
Can have their hair restored to its natural
color, and if it has fallen out, create a new
growth, by its use.
lt is the hest HAIR DRESSING in the world,
making lifeless, stiff, brushy hair, healthy, soft
Price $l.OO. For sale by all druggists.
H. P. HALL & CO.,
Novl2-huj Nashua, N. IL, Proprietors
NO. is NORTH FIFTH STREET
Always on hand
v's Patent Wooden Coffins,
Haywood Co.'s Metallic Collins,
Aleways prepared to attend to the dead and
furnish Coffins, burial eases, he.,.at the very
No. IS North Fifth street,
ZAHM & .JACKSON,
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
AND SILVER-PLATED WARE,
SPECTACLES AND FANCY GOODS,
No. 15 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
SE-lIIIPAIBING ATTENDED TO.llll
CLOCKS, CLOCKS, CLOCKS.
The undersigned keeps constantly on hand a
large and full assortment of the
GENUINE AMERICAN WATCHES,
of different weight and finish, to snit an, which
are sold upon the most reasonable terms, and
guaranteed to give satisfaction.
OLK eeps S. also on band a good assortment of
Thankful for past Evora, I solkslt a oontlnu
anal of the same. HENRY F. ANDREWS
Jan 1-Iy*] Strasburg, Lancaster 00., 11a.
WE CONTINUE TO MANUFAC
TURE our well-known Manures,
PHOSPHATE OF LIME
and also have for sale
No. I 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, - - - 00 per 2000 lbs.
Ammoniated Fertilizer, - - - - .85 (10.
A DISCOUNT TO DEALERS
ALLEN & NEEDLES,
42 SMYTH DELAWARE AVENDIE4
EtVrABLISkiED 1N IS4B.
GEO. M. STEINMAN Sc al,
augl34o Sole Agents at Lancaster, Pll
BAIR & SHENK,
INORTHEAST ANGLE OF CENTRE SQUARE,
Sew ha g itiachines.
WHEELER & WILSON'S
Family Sewing Machine.
OVER 400,000 NOW IN USE.
EXAMINE IT BEFORE BUYING ANY OTHER.
BOLD ON LEASZ PLAN,
810 Poemi , .111cark.t33..
PETERSON & CARPENTER / General .71,geats.
Goners, Offloo for Lonoastor County:
64 North Queen St. 64
HOW TO GET A HOWE !
C. FAT E, Agent,
NO. 25 , 4 NORT,II QUEEN STREET,
Howe Sewing Machines
Are the oldest established of any In the world!
And have taken the
at all the great exhibitions of the world
B' Examine carefully, before purchasing any
Mbar, and be couiducedof their superiority.
GROVER & BAKER'S
FAMILY SEWING MACHINES,
49 BROADWAY, NEW YORK
730 CHESTNUT STREET, PHILA DELFT' I A
POINTS OF EXCELLENCE.
Beauty and Elasticity of Stitch.
Perfection and Simplicity of Machinery.
Using both threads directly from the spools.
No fastening of seams by hand and no waste
Wide range of application without change of
The seam retains its beauty and firmness after
washing and ironing.
Besides doingall kinds of work doneby other
Sewing Machines, these Machines execute the
most beautiful and permanent Embroidery and
Allir 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 in competition.
air The very highest prize, THE CROSS OF
THE LEGION OF HONOR, was conferred on
the representative of the Grover & Baker Sew
ing Machines, at the Exposition Universelle,
Paris, lti67, thus at testing their great superiority
over all other Sewing Machines.
For sale by
North Queen street,
Lancaster, l'a .
u1y2r1.13 , 1
Books and Stationery.
WHOLESALE AND ILETAIL!
We would respectfully call the attention of all
To our LARGE STOUR. of
SCHOOL BOORS AND STATIONERY!
Which wlll be sold at the
LOWEST CASH PRICES
PAPER AND ENVELOPES
GREATLY REDUCED RATES.
Call before pnrcbasing elsewhere.
• J. H. SHE &FFFIR , S
('heap Cash Book Store,
No. 52 North Queen-st.,
RIDDLE & COCHRAN'S,
No. 40 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
(Two Doors North of Inquirer Building,)
We would reepeottally call the attention of
TEACHERS AND SCHOLARS,
To our new and complete stock of
SCHOOL BOOKS AND SOHOOL
OF EVERY I►ESORIPTION,
Having purchased for CASH, we can afford to
itir GIVE US A CALL. -CO
H EAD Q UARTERS
SUNDAY SCHOOL BOOKS
AT FULTON ROW,
WEST KIgG STREET
All the latest her
for Superintendents, Teach
ers and Bible Students new Chas with Ob
ject Lessons, a new System of Rewards, mak
ing every Scholar a worker in the interest of
SUNDAY SCHOOL MUSIC BOOKS,
it NCO R D BOOKS,
Common School Miscellaneous Books,
sTATIONFRY AND FANCY GOODS,
HALF DIME SHEET MUSIC,
BIBLBEI AND TESTA.MUNTS,
AT PHILADELPHIA WHOLESALE PRICES
lir Call and see for yourselve s. utyl4-tfj D. S. BARE.
THOS. J. WENTZ.
SIGN OF THE BEE HIVE,
Now offers a full assortmtCsat of
GLOVES and HOSIERY,
Floor & Table Oil Cloths,
GLASS AND QUEENSWARE ,
LOWEST INDUCING PRICES.
Kind attention paid to all. • '
special care taken to show our stock.
HARNISH & CO'S
No. 27 WEST LANCASTER, PA..,
Cloths, Cassimeres, Sattinetts, Jeans, Tweeds
Lindseys, Flannels, Ticklnge, Cheeks, Plakl
Alpaoess, Wress Goods, Clinghams, CanCOVI,
Muslin and Drills,
White Goods, Notions, & No. 1 Featherc,
MEN AND BOYS' WEAR,
Made up at astonishing Low Prices.
Sir Call and examine our stock before pur
chasing elsewhere. (feblf'ee•7y
JOHN D. SKILES'
BLACK BILKS, •
PARIS DRESS GOODS,
BUIE& COL'D ALPACAS
FRENCH MERINOS AND WOOL DELAIN
LILAC K BOMBAZINES & CRETONE CLOTH.
PAISLEY AND BROCHE LONG SHAWLS,
BLACK THIBET LONG & SQUARE SHAWLS
500 PLAID AND STRIPED LONG AND
SQUARE WOOL SHAWLS,
100 PAIR BED CRIB AND
CRA E BLANKETS,
WHITERE D ,GREY FLANNELS,
IN ALL QUALITIES.
A full me of Ladies , Merino Vests, Hosiery,
Gloves, tlmoral Skirts, &c., ifte.
Carpets, Oil Cloths, and Window Shades
MEN AND BOYS' WEAR.
JOHN D. SKILES is now receiving_a fine as
sortment of CLOTHS AND CASSIM FEES, Eng
lish and American Coatings in all shades, Mot
coNr and Castor Leavers , all shades.
Goods for Bays' wear, for' salehy the yard, or
made up to of der at short notice, and warrant
ed to give satisfaction.
READY-MADE CLOTHING. Suits for Men,
suits for Boys.
100 OVERCOATS for Mon and Boys' of our
own manufacture. Gents' Furnishing Goods.
Merino Undershirts and Drawers, Hosiery.
Gloves, Neck Ties, 8.c., Ac.
JOHN D. SKILES.
No. 24 East Ring street one door east of the
Lancaster County National Hank. [octl-ti
zi BEST KID GLOVES,
i. , LECHLER kBRO. I
, ~ . 14
*. i it/ , ,_. Mannfactu _
~,.. __ , 1 ,.t ~,,...„; lleale . rs 111 . ,
, - Ng 1„1 ~ my Fine White Shirt _
" t,,' .. . ...
.-'--- -:=_ - : - - OVER GAITERE.,
NECK TIES, BOWS, REGALIA,
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS.,
SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER. Formula of Man
agement and list of prices sent on application
(A PERFECT FIT WARRANTED.)
A fine assortment of
LADIES MERINO VEST,
UNDERCLOTHING, STOCKINGS, GLOVES,
n.l Vent's ware generally, at
vver ous grosser shtock goods—suitablt
fsw Krlshdogs, Nei-Yohrs nn winery Presents—
Hole-Dieber, Schnup•Diener, Collars, Hem
termel .IPnep, g'sbtickte Hemmer-fronts, Pocket
Richer, Perfumery, Hobr-CEbl, Cigar Casa, un
onnery fancy articles one
E. J. ERISMAN'S.
41% North Queen Street, Lancaster.
(0111 sign turn gross Shtreatloh Hem.) (no])-1
Book and Job Printing.
RAL'CII & COCHRAN,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS.
PLAIN AND FANCY PRINTING
OF ALL KINDS.
From the largest POSTER to the smallest CARD
or CIRCULAR, executed in the best style, tuE
at reasonable prises.
Sir Orders from a distance promptly attend•
OFFICE.—NO. 13, SOUTH QUERN STRISHIC
CLASS BOOKS, &c
IiAST KING STICItia,
WENTZ BEE HIVE,
No. 5 East King street
Dealers in Foreign and Domestic
GLASS AND QUERNSWARE,
ENGLISH DRESS GOODS,
Furnishing GOO6lB, cee.
O. 35 EAST KING STREET,
ilt.BT-CLASS GOODS ONLY
COLLARS, CUFFS, SLEEVE BUTTONS,
Yo 41.4 NORTH QUEEN ST., Lancaster