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UEITLER—SI'EaA. Dec. 71b, by Jacob Rein
hold, James A. Heiner, to Mary Ann Spent,
Loth of Warwick.
ENS MIRO EM—MA RKLEY. Dee. 16th, by Rev.
M. M. liarpel, H. M. Ensminger to Louisa K M.,
only daughter of Abraham Markley of Lexing
ton, this county.
SUTTON—ECKERT. Nov. 24th, by Rev. James
Roberts, of Coatesville, George Sutton, of High
land twp., Chester co,to Bathe. daughter of
Peter B. Eckert, of Intercourse, Lancaster co.
STARK-31 UMMA. Dee. 16th, by the Rev. J. J.
S trine, at Yundt's Hotel, Elias F. Stark. of
Penn, to Kate°. Mumma, Of Warwick.
SAUDER—EABY. Dec. 16th, by the Rev. E.
Greenwald, Sau.uel G. Sander, of Caernarvon,
to Lizzie Eaby, of East Earl.
Bancsaitt.—lfzusn EY. Itec. 16th by the Rev.
E. Greenwald, Elam H. Brackbill' to Barbara
Hershey, both of Paradise.
MARTIN—ZUCKERMAN. Dec. 16th, by the Rev.
E. Greenwald, Tobias W. Martin to Mary W.
Zimmerman, both of East Earl.
Gattoza—Rountoo. Nov. Seth, in Philadelphia,
by Rev. H. S. Hoffman, pastor of the 2d Mora
vian Church, John P. Gruger, formerly of Lan
caster, Pa., and Bessie, youngest daughter of
the late I'rof. J. Rodrigo, of New York.
ALLEN. Dec. 4th, Barbara, wife of John Allen,
of Salsbury twp., aged 54 years and IS days.
De:gramma. Dee. 10th, at his residence in
Upper Leaeock twp., Henry E. Denlingor, aged
30 years, 2 months and 23 days.
WI rsox. Dec. 20th, in this city, Naomi S., wile
of it. S. Wilson.
DIMMELSBACIL Dec. 19th, in this city, Lewis
Ilinunelsbach, in the 35thyear of his age.
scn El D. DCC. 20th in this city, Henry Scheid,
in the 41st year of his age.
itE On the morning of Pee. 20th, sud
denly, at his residence, Em'l C. Reigart, Esq.,
rn t 74th year of his age
Lancaster Household Markets.
LANCASTER, Dee, , t!.
45 44 5o
10 et 45
'4 (0 lu
11 (0 12
10 (0 12
15 (4 16
0) 643 00
50 (TO 70
ro 0? 10)
35 ov 53
20 (0) 25
50 (0 60
S 40 9
IS 0') 20
10 () 12
3 ov 90
Lard, 'tt 11
:cgs, ift do,
Beef by the quarter—front
Beef by the qua rter—li im .
Veal by the quarter
Small folk by the quarter.
Live Chickens N i l pair
s per lb
Pot aloe, per peek
Turnips Tt peek
I in ions....
1p t1e..7 1
Walnut per I peek
•••weet Cider per gallon
Corti in the ear, per liti
tats 'tl bler of :1 ImQ
I'l►iladelpl►ia Produce Market.
AllEl Dec. 22.—The Flour market
rema ins dull!, ill III(' uh,cueo ofuuy demand
tor shimuent only I'M bid,. sieve latter in lots
by the home crude at $1.504,4.75 for superfine;
extra=; tOr lowa, Vi
cousin ;old Minnesir a extra family, the latter
rate for choice; ti5.•25.t:0; for Pa.. do. do.; 41.5.75@
0.50 for Dh to do. do., and ;.email@example.com for lancy
brands, according to quality.
Rye Flour is steady at per bbl.
Ti, , Wheat imalcci 4, i Neeedingly fiat, but
prices reumin without change. Sales of 2,000
bus. Penn'a anti Delaware red at $firstname.lastname@example.org.
ltye may be quoted at 4101.03 for Penna.
n is qulet at vesterdt y's quotations. Sales
of 100 bus. old yellow at $l.Ol, and 4,000 bus. new
,10. at SiFibSoc., according to dryness.
Oats ILre without improveMent
Penn'a soh( at sr.iii:rine.
No sales were reported in Barley or Malt.
In the absence of sales we quote No. I Quer
citron bark at '430 per lon.
Clover:wed is less lie: ive, and only 100 bushels
sold at is. -
Tinnaby i 5 nominal oil $4.
Flaxsectd is +miet
Whisky is nominal.
'The Cattle Market.
MON DA Y, Dee. 10.—The market for Beef Cattle
was moderately active to-day, but prices favor
ed buyers. We quote choice at 81410 3 ,4c.;prinie
at 7%@8%c.; fair to good at 63;,@7%c.; and com
mon at 41446%c. IR S. gross, as to condition.
jieceipts, :1268 head. The following sales were
75 head, Owen Smith, Western 7 @ i;%4
117 " A. Christy & Bro., Virginia.. 7 et/ 9
47 " Dengler & MeCleese, Western 7 el 1 ,4
111 " P. McFillen, Western 7 eV 9%
55 " P. Hathaway, Western Pa.... 7 @9%
58 " B. McFillen, Western
100 " J. S. McFillen, Western 7
80 " E. S. McFillen, Western 7 8
124 " Ullman & Bachman, Western t% 9%
181 " Martin, Fuller & est'n. 6 9%
170 " Mooney & Smith, Co., Western..... 6% 9
so " Thos. Mooney & Bro, Virginia 6 Cp 8 , 4
45 " U. Chain Western Penn's.... SlAtil 7
NO " John Smith & Bro., Western 7 @ 9 %
95 6V " L. Frank, Virginia atax
105 " G. Schamberg, & Co. Virginia 7 1 Acji 8% 1 "
L:0 " Hope & Co., Virginia 6 %0 9 %
52 " M. Dryfoos & Co., Virginia.... 6%10 7
65 " 11. Frank, Virginia 6 ep 8
67 " Elkon & Co., Virginia 6f4@ 7%
26 " B. Baldwin, Chester co WA 9 %
65 "J. Clemson, Western 411 9,x , „'
24 " Blum & Co., Virginia 6 8
56 " Chandler & Alexander, Ches. 6 9 1 4
30 " A. Kimble, Chester co 6 ii/ 9
24 " L. Horne, Delaware 51x.d0 6%
40 " Jos. Hull, Western 6 7
54 " S. Frank, Virginia 6 7
120 " 11. Elliuger, Virginia 7 9
15 " .1. Rowland, Chester co 5 eV 8
102 " R. Mayne. Western 5 @ 7%
50 " C. Welker ," Virginia 43.6© 6
18 " .1. Gorthrop, Chester co 6 Y4@ 8 %
22 " John Christy, Virginia 554(a/ 6
15 " Jesse Miller, Chester co is
Cows and Calves—the demand is br s and
well maintained ; 150 head sold at 8.500100.
Sheep are active and higher ;sales of 50:0 head
at 5%1P)7 , /,c.
Hogs are in better demand and prices arc 500.
It 100 lbs. higher ; sales of 3248 head at $14 1 ,@15
7 #l 100 its. uet, for corn-fed.
INSTRUCTIVE AND AMUSING !
IN THE COURT HOUSE
During holiday Week, Dr. McCLINTOCK (its
courses nightly on the Interesting topic
" What We Are and May Be,"
(Peculiarities of Life and Varieties of
First lour evenings for Ladles and Gentlemen
Lust two evenings to Gentlemen exclu
sively. Part of proceeds for ben
efit of 4thildrens , Home.
The undersigned being personallYasquamted
with Prof. James McClintock, M. L., as a prac
tioner of Medicine and Surgery, and being fa
miliar with his history, testify to his high Cha
racter as a teacher and as one of the most suc
cessful physicians and surgeons of this city,
and recommend him to the public In the
various towns and cities he may visit.
Philadelphia, March le, 18M.
Rev. Joe. CASTLE, D. D.
" G. D. ()ARROW. M. D.
" J. CUNNINGHAM, M D.
" 11. 11. NADAL, I). D.
" C. contra, D. D.
" It. W. My 31.1.11111K8,
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Softens brash, dry and wiry hair into Beautiful
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The whitest and worst looking hair resumes
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The first application will do good; :you will
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Ask for Hall's Sicilian Hair Renewer; no oth
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See that each bottle has our private Govern
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others are imitations.
R. P. HALL, & CO., Proprietors
Nashua, N. H.
For sale by all druggists
ADJOI 7 RNED COIIITS
FOR LANCASTER COUNTY FOIL W7O
It is ordered by the Court that adjourned
Courts for MO for the I riel and decision of eases
in the Common Pleas, Orphans , Court and Quar
ter Sessions, are to be held as follows:
One week commencing Monday, March 21st
" June 20th.
" Sept. 19th.
To continue one week from the said days re
spectively, and ns much longer as the business
may require. All the cases on the list for ar
gument in the Common Pleas will be taken up
on the first days of said terms, and be proceed
ed with until disposed of, unless continued by
consent as for cause shown.
The cases on the argument list in the Or
phans' Court will be taken up immediately
upon the cases in the Common Pleas having
been gone through with.
The cases in the Quarter Sessions will be
commenced when the cases in the Orphans'
Court shall have been heard or continued. It
furthei ordered that the absence of counsel
at the time appointed for bearing the cases
mentioned In the proceeding order, shall be no
cause for suspending proceeding therein, un
less by consent, or legal ground for a continu-
Hance be shown.
ADJOURNED JURY TRIAL.
It is ordered by the Court that adjourned
Courts for Jury trials in the Common Pleas
will be as follows:
One week, coin Mending 5111 Monday in Jan. 31st.
~ :11l Feb. 21st.
o ~ 4111 " Feb. 28th.
~ " 4111 " May 23d.
" stll " May 30th.
6: • ' 501 " Aug 211th.
14 311 Ocd. 17th.
" • • 4th " oet. 24th.
Ist " Dee. sth.
And at such other periods as may be appointed
at the aforesaid Courts, or at regular terms.
The foregoing t o be published in all the news
papers in the city and county of Lancaster, by
0110 insertion in each, at the expense of the
county. Bill to be presented at Commission
Court orders defaulting JurorA to be tin rd +l5.
W. D. STAI 'FP Eli, Prot It v.
Dec. 22, 180
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At Present there arc
BRADBURY'S AND OTHER
PIANOS, Taylor I Farley's and E. P.
Needham 1 Soh' Organs and Melodeons. WM .
G. FISCHER, Gert'l Wholesale Agent, 1018 4 reh
street and 21 North Eleventh street, Phlladel
ph la. roc t 29-Gm
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
NEW BLOOMFIELD, PERRY CO., PA
A large number Of valuable farms for sale on
reasonable terms, located in Peril , county, Pa.
Send for a Circular giving a full description of
each farm registered. Also, price. [octS-3in
T RADE, TRADE, TRADE!
ot on ott! 0!!!!
MONEY I MONEY I I MONEY !!!
howl! How 1! ! How!!!!
Get! Get!! Get!!!
Singer! Singer Sewing Machine! !
First! First!! First!!! First!!!!
Get boot ! Get boot ! ! Get boot I!!
liir By trading 1t off on a Howe and write a
Card agaimt the Singer Agent. [not 26-3 t
NO. 18 NORTH FIFTH STREET,
Always on hand
Earley's Patent Wooden coffins,
Raymond & Co.'s ➢[ctallic Coffins,
Fisk's Metallic Coffins
Always prepared to attend to the dcad and
furnish Coins, burial eases, &c., at the very
No. 13 North Fifth street,
JAS. F. RICKSECKER,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
- Windsor & Cane-seated Chairs,
NO. 29 EAST KING STREET,
Nearly opposite the Court. House, over Jturr%;
Ordera and Repairing promptly at tended to
Furnishing Goods, &c.
4 BEST KID GLOVES, zi
_,_ ______ LECHLER & BRO.,
, ilt i 1 , 4 (: Manufacturers and
- j„..± . , );! ill .. -- Dealers in
(4 1 L 1 ' 4i,... - -'" l Fine White Shirts,
- \ t - : : BoOm,
- e-= .- i COLLARS,
% - -
-- - - i. _ OVER OAINE
NECK TIES, BOWS, REGALIA,
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS
SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER. Formula of Man
agement anti list of prices sent on application
(A PERFECT FIT WARRANTED.)
A fine assortment of
LADIES MERINO VEST,
NO. 3 EAST NINO STREET,
1 1h;; . 17-CLASS GOODS ONLY
UNDERCLOTHING, STOCKINGS, GLOVES,
COLLARS, CUFFS, SLEEVE BUTTONS,
(ieut , s ware generally, at
NO. 41)i NORTH. QUEEN ST., Lancaster
Ani ever ous grosser slitock goods—suitula
for Krisbdogs, Nei-Yohrs un onnery Presents—
Hols-Richer, Schnup-Richer, Collars, Hen
termel li'nep, g'shtickte Hemmer-fronts, Poolot
Bieber, Perfumery, Ho Cigar Casa, rn
ornery fancy articles ons
E. J. EILISMAN'S,
414 North Queen Street, Lancaster.
(Om sign fum gross Shtreaflch Street
LeneenTEß, June nth, 186
EDITORS EXPRESS: Dr. Win. M. Whiteside, •he
enterprising Dentist, has
from ins a
large stock of teeth and all the fixtures, the in•
struments formerly belonging to me, and also;
those used by my father, Dr. Parry, in his piacJ
flee. In the purchase, the doctor has provi•td
himself with some of the most valuable and IX
pensive instruments used in dental practoe,
and has beyond doubt one of the best and zr
gest collections of teeth and instruments in be
State. Persons visiting the commodious otties
of Dr. Whiteside, cannot fail to be fully scot
modated. The Doctor loses no opportunit.' f
furnishing himself with every late scien c
improvement in his line of business.
11. B. PAM'.
WIXT N. WHITESIDE,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE,
EAST KING STREET:,
Next door to the Court House, over FaLakes-
tack's Dry Goods Store,
Teeth Extracted without pain by the .tse of
(Nitrous Oxide) Gas.
- yr S. HOTEL,
OPPOSITE PAM. R. R. DZPOT,
W. H. MONGER & CO.,
BUCK & BROTHER,
Have on hand a floe line 01
Together with a large line of
Their establishment is the most complete in
all its departments of any, outside of Philadel
phia, in the State.
S. M. MYERS. JACOB RA TII FON.
GOOD NE WS FOR ' i ' IIE PEOPLE!
The subscribers have Just returned from the
Eastern Markets with the largest
• and best assortment of
OVER AN!) DRESS COA'T'I NUS,
All colors and all grades; cassimerts in great
variety—all the latest and best styles in the
market, suitable to all tastes, and the prices
within the reach of every one. All of which
wuire prepared to make np in the best style,
mind the shortest notice, atul at the Lowest
Cash Prices. Our stock of
MEN'S, YOUTH'S AND READY.
is very large, and gotten up with great care,
;old •will be sold very low,
(WA )Y-ALA I) D EPA RTM ENT lin 2d Floor.)
We have it line line of
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
All our goods have been selected with care,
and purchased at the very lowest cash prices.
All we ask of you is to call and eXaMiIIC our
stock for', ourself, mut you will auy truly the
half has not been told. . . _
Oot% , tt J
Being duly licensed as a Claim Agent, and
having a large experience, prompt attention
will be given to the following classes of claims:
BOUNTY and PAY due discharged Soldiers and
BOUNTY (additional) to Soldiers who enlisted
for not less than 2 or 3 years, or were honora
bly discharged for wounds received.
BOUNTY (additional) to Widows, Children, or
Parents of Soldiers who died from wounds re
ceived or disease contracted in said service.
PENSIONS for invalid Soldiers and Sailors, or
to their widows or children.
PENSIONS for fathers and mothers, brothers or
sisters of deceased soldiers, upon whom they
PENSIONS and GRATUITIES for Soldiers or
their Widows from Pennsylvania, in the War
PAY due Teamsters, Artificers and Civil em
ployees of the Government.
PAY due for horses lost in the United States
CHAItGES.—Foes fair and moderate, and in
no case will charges be made until the money
is collected. [dee in-lyr*
Musical Instruments, dtc.
Pianos, Organs, Melodeons Plano and Melo
deon Stools and Covers, Violins, Guitars, Ban
jos, Tamborines,Accordeons, Conoertinis, Fifes,
Drums, rlel utes, 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
Music, Music Books, and every description of
Musical Merchandise. All orders filled prompt
ly at the usual Retail or Wholesale Prices, and
/Sir-Tuning an repair A ing_ promptly
. W. WOODWARD,
sep24-Iy] No. 22 W. King-st., Lancaster
SHEET MUSIC, PIANOS, ORGANS,
PRINCE @ CO.'S ORGANS awl MELODEONS
J. B. BEVINBKI BEIM MUSIC BUTORE.
KLOIMEKRA, ORYELLA, IIELODEGNB, un alle
aorta music Institrumental
Der Kevinski is agent for de bereemty Stein.
wehr Pianos—Kloffeera !least mer so uf doltish.
Der plats is
No. 8 NORD PRINCE STREET, LANCASTER.
N. B. For a first raty gooty Oeig, odder an
Aocordeon, odder a Tswmrrioh-Poil, odder en.
nioh onners musical Inshtrument, isles odder
gross, shtept yusht ni ons Kevinaki's, No.
Nord Prince Shtrose, Laucasit " [no2o.ly
531 PENN STREET,
BUCH & BROTHER
GRAND OPENING OF TitE
MYERS E RATImoN,
southwe, t corner or Centre square,
House _Furnish' ,«I Goo(
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MILITARY AND NAVALCLAIM AGENT,
No. 5G East King-st., Lancaster, Pa
NVIIOLESA LE AND RETAIL
NO. 22 wEsT KING STREET.
And Musical Instruments Generally
Sole Agent for
WORLD RENOWNED PIANOS
Also, Agent for
airMusie sent by Mall Free of Postage
No. 3 NORTH PRINCE STREET,
GOOK AMOHL DOH !
Rooft aw im
ZAHM & JACKSON,
WATCHES, 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 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 satigfaction.
Keeps also on hand a good assortment of
Call and examine the goods before purchasing
Thankful for past favors, I solicit a continu
ancc of the same. HENRY F. ANDRENVS,
jan ;...itrasburg, Lancaster co., Pa.
WHEELER & WILSON'S
Family Sewing Machine.
OVER 400,000 NOW IN USE.
EXAMINE IT BEFORE BUYING ANY OTHER.
SOLD ON LEASE PLAN,
010 Per Month.
PETERSON & CARPENTER, General algents.
General Office for Lancaster County:
64 North Queen St. 04
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( . .11,1,
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'l' II E
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Using both threads directly from the spools.
No fastening of seams by hand and no waste
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Besides doing all kinds of work done by other
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most beautiful and. permanent Embroidery and
air 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.
• The very highest prize, THE CROSS OF
THE LEGION O} HONOR was conferred on
the representative of the Grover dt, Baker Sew
ing Machines, at the Exposition Universe lles
Paris, 1867, thus attesting their great superiority
over all other Sewing Machines.
For sale by
North Queen street,
Books and Stationery.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL!
We would respectfully cull the attention of all
To our LAItUE STOCK of
SCHOOL BOOKS AND STATIONERY!
Which will be seta aL the
LOWEST CASTE PRICES
PAPER AND ENVELOPES
GREATLY REDUCED RATES
Call before purchasing elsewhere.
J. 11. SHE AFFEWS
►'heap Cash Book Store,
No. 52 North Queen-st.,
H OLIDAY BOOKS
AND FANCY GOODS,
REDUCED FROM 10 TO 20 PER CENT
BOOKS FOR THE ORAVE,
BOOKS FOR TILE GAY,
BOOKS FOR THE OLD, and
BOOKS FOR TILE YOUNG
FRENCH AND AMERICAN
LADIES , COMPANIONS,
STEREOSCOPES AND VIEWS.
(Thacker Boards, Games in great variety, Sun
day School Hooks and Rewards of all kinds,
Teachers' helps, Stationery and Initial Letter
Paper cheaper than was ever offered in Lan
New Green Backs given to all purchasers
1). 8. BABE,
West King-et., corner of Fulton Row
WENTZ' BEE HIVE STORE
110 W Ol•6N AT
"WENTZ BEE 111VE, ,,
An extensive and choice assortment of Foreign
and Domestic DRY GOODS, DRESS GOODS, '
B assortment of B
i Jr; Black and Colored IC ~-
E Silks, Irish Poplins, 'N
Black A lpaca Poplins,
II French Merinos, £ll-wool H •
i Delainest. A large variety of I
I V CHOICE SII A W L 5, French V
E Broche SHAWLS. All the latest R
novelties of Plaid and Striped
S WOOL SHAWLS, VELVETEENS, S
' T all Shades. DOMESTIU GOODS. I'
I I An the best makts of Bleached and l'•
It UNBLEACHED SHEETINGS, PIL- It
E LOW CASE & SHIRTING MUSLINS. E
Bleached and Unbleached
White, Red and Gray,
Plain and Twilled,
All-wool Hbufkets, all Qualities.
Cradle and Crib Itlankets, Counterpanes. A
complete and well selected stock of HOUSE-
K EEPING DRY GOODS GLASS AND QUI:ENS
WARE. Special attention paid to this our new
department. /fir GIVE USA CALL.
THOS. J. WENTZ,
No. 5 East King street.
[Sign of the Bee Hive."] doe.3-fl
FURS! FURS!! FURS!!!
HAGER & IHIOTHERs have now open 1111'0.:
from the importers a choice selection or
I.A DIK- , AND CII/LIIEN
HUDSON BAY SABLE,
Lt Etigenins, Berthas Martilettas, Boa, ;trio
31ui14. A large assortment of
411" The above are all fresh gootis, and will ix
sold at a great reduction from last year's prices..
HAGER & BROTUER74.
Nk. ' SHAWLS. AND CLoAKINGs.
ASTRACHAN, CHINCHILL AND BEAVER,
CLOAKS AND CLOAKING'S,
BLACK AND COLORED VELVETEEN.
CASHMERE AND WOOLEN
LONG AND SQUARE SHAWL
pRESS (if mllS for Ladies' and Children.
ail - A large assortment of the abovit at low
prices at HAGER it BROTHERS
Have now open a
EMU DON, moso
for OVER' O
Meltons and Cassi
11.,y , s Wear at '
Of our own maim.
fully selected and :
extra sizes. CE
make. Neok Ti
Hosisry t &c.
The (Move stock
at low (Iwo prices.
nov tr 7
No. 27 WEST Kr
Dealers in 1
Muslins and Drills,
White Goods, N
MEN AND BOYS' WEAR,
Made up at astonishing low Prices.
Sir - Cull and examine Our stock benne •pur
chasing elsewhere. febliP6B-ly
JOHN D. SKILES'
PARIS DRESS GOODS,
BEAK & COL'D ALPACAS
ENGLISH DRESS GOODS,
FRENCH MERINOS AND WOOL DELAINS
BLA.-K BOMBAZINES & CRETONE CLOTH,
PAISLEY AND BROCHE LONG SHAWLS,
BLACK THIBET LONG & SQUARE SHAWLS,
500 PLAID AND STRIPED LONG AND
SQUARE WOOL SHAWLS,
W A TER- FROOF CLOTHS,
100 PAIR BED CRIB AND
WHITEREDI GREY FLANNELSi
IN ALL QUALITIES.
A full oe of Ladies' Merino Vests, 110 E i‘!Y y
Gloves, tluioral Skirts, &c.
Carpets, Oil Cloths, and Window Shades.
MEN AND BOYS' WEAR.
JOAN D. SKILES 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 out
own manufacture. Gents' Furnishing_ Goods,
Merino Undershirts and Drawers, Hosiery,
Gloves, Neck Ties, &0., Re.
JOHN D. SKILES,
No. 24 East King street one door east of the
Lancaster County National Bank. [octl-tf
B AIR & SHENK,
NORTHEAST ANGLE OF CENTRE Eir
R. W. SUENE.