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LANCASTER, PA.' MONDAY, JANUARY 26, 1880.
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Yelume XVI-Ne. 125.
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and WfLh'I'JSnARlU-J COALS
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BOOTS AND SHOES.
We guarantee eveiy pair wc sell. We keep
the most peilcct lit ting, best style and well
eai ing shoes, and sell them at the eiy
Our stock was puichased last suiinnei beleie
the late advance in leather ami inateiial, and
wetitrei te give te our custemeis the ndnn
tage of eui successful speculation by selling
our piesent stock at lower prices than we
euld today buy again. We also continue te
tit slieit notice, stjllsh and durable, and at
lower pilces than an ether shoemaker heie in
jejf-Mendingilene pimnptly and neiitly.'ya
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I MIR THE 15EST GROCERIES OF EVERY
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tre Squill e, Lancaster, Pa
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treSquaie. Laneastei, Pa.
VII AS. R. KLINE,
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21 Park Rew, New- Ytn k.
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VOVL SALE BT
ANDREW G. FREY'S
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Orange Sts., Lancaster. aplfl-ly w
FALL & WINTER.
We aic new pieparcd te show the public one
of the largest stocks of
ever exhibited in the city ei Lancaster. Geed
Weiking Suits for mtn $0.00. Geed Style-,
Cassimeie Suits for men $7.50. Our All oel
Men's Suits that we are selling ler SO.OO arc as
geed as you can buy elsewhere for JliOO. Our
fteck of Ovci coats are iinmenf-e. All grades
and every variety of styles anil colors, for
inen,besand jeutlis, all our own maiiufac
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CUSTOM DEPARTMENT !
We aic prepaid! te show one et the best
stocks of Piece Goods te select from and have
made te order ever shown in the city. They
aic all arranged en tables fitted up cxpre-sly
se that cery piece can be examined beleie
making a selection. All our goods have been
pin chased befeie the lise in -woolens. Weaie
piepaied te make up in geed sUleand at slieit
notice and at bottom prices. Wc make te ol el
der an All Weel Suit lei $12.00. By buying
your goods at
you save one piellt, as we manufacture all our
own Clothing and gic employment te ulwmt
one bundled ImiiiK Call and examine our
stock and bccenincfdas tethctiuth el which
MYEKS & RATHFOK,
Centre JIall, u. 12 Ka-t King Street.
01 JAMEY PRICE LIST.
Great i eductien in puce te ele-e out a laige
Consisting of e er 500 JATTi:RNS. '
ENGLISH AND FRENCH NOVELTIES I
Reduced te $8.00 PER l'AIi:. Large Let et
SCOTCH, ENGLISH AM) FINE AMERI
Ptir Genteel Wear, of the Latest and Best
Styles, at $7.00. Demestic Goods et the leading
St. iiul. ml Brands, at $ te $."i per pair. A Laige
Lint'et Impeited suitings at a Saciiliee Do De
mestic Suitings at all pi ices. Peisensin want
et a Geed
Will de well te call and examine the stock.
PI Unas well as the most L'ltia stjlcs at less
th.m Cot l'nce. We want te cIem- them te
m.ikeioeui let our
Call eail j and secure lrug.ims.
J. K. SMALING,
121 North Queen Street.
24 CENTRE SQUARE.
Closing out 0111
In 01 dei te m.il.e 100111 for the
Large Spring Stock,
Which w e aic new lnaiiul.ictming.
Suits and Suitings,
Te be sold at the Lewest Pi ices.
1 B. Hostetter 4 Sen,
24 CENTRE SQUARE-
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BOILERS AND STEAM ENGINES,
Fer Tanning and ether pui poses ;
Sheet-iien Weik, and
-Jobbing promptly attended te.
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ectll-lyd Lancaster. Pa.
- I"ARCUS G. SEUNER,
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tcratien and repairs. sl3-lyd
Greatly mm Prii
Having just returned trem New Yerk with a
ElM ifl Demestic Woolens
FOR HEN'S VEAR,
Would respectfully announce te his eusteini is
and the public that he w ill have his lcgalar
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2tli.
AND PRICES AS LOW AS ANY HOUSE IX
THIS CITY AT
Ne. 51 North Queen Street.
GRAND GL0BH6 SALE!
OVERCOATS AND HEAVY SUITINGS.
te buyeiset Clothing in elder te make loom
for a laige SPRING &TOCK new bun-; iiianii-laetui-ed.
and we aic needing 100111. We etlei
well-made and si lish
Cletliii)"" for Men and Beys
than ever heal il of beleie, although Goods aic
going up eeiy day. We will sell, ler we must
liae the room.
Loek at Oar Astonishingly Lew Pike
OVERCOATS! OVERCOATS! OVERCOTS!
for $2.0.), terfASi, for$3.:a, fei $(i.7.".
OVERCOATS ! OVEItCOATS ! OVERCOATS
ler$7.7.1. fer$a.7"i, for $10.7.").
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for $12, $14, $10 and $J0.
These are hcarv-lincd 0erceits, eaielully
made ami splendidly ti lmiued.
OVERCOATS ! OVERCOAT, ! OVERCOAT'S
for $7.50, ler $S.'rf), for ;) .V), ler l '.
OVERCOATS ! OVERCOATS ! OVERCOAT'S. !
for $15, fer$ls, for $20.
These are Plaul-Uack 0ei coats, canal te
HEAVY, MEN'S SUITS !
for $.1.50, $4.00, $.".00, $7.00, $'J.0O, $10.00.
MEN'S SUITS FOR FIXE DRESS !
ler $12.00, $14.00, $15.00, $1G 00, $1S.00 and $20,00.
I10YS' SUITS AXD OVERCOATS !
ROYS' SUITS iiein $2.25 te $10.00.
BOYS' OVERCOATS VERY LOW.
We sell only our own make and guarantee
Meney returned en all goods net leund as
.SSS-Pleiise call, wlietlieryeu w ish te imichae
Is stocked with the latest styles, which we
make te measure at the lowest cash puces and
guarantee a perfect lit.
SUITS TO ORDER from $12 upwards.
PAXTs TO ORDER fiem $.! 50upwaiiK
MERCHAXT TAILORS AXD CLOTHIERS,
G6 & 68 NORTH QUEEN ST.,
S. W. Cerner et Orange, Lancaster, Pa.
Te Tolacce Buyers !
Opened this day
ONE BALE OF
Next Doer te the Court Ueune.
cym TO 2Knn A1Aj WISHING TO
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should deal w ith the undersigned. Write for
explanatory circulars, sent free by
rrrmrTTKn tr rt Hankers and Brokers,
HICKLINU & tO., 42 Exchange Place,
New Yerk. ieliWindeetl
MONDAY EVENING, JAN. 26, 1880.
Study of the Stars.
SEVENTH .MEETING Or THE STAKCLUR
Increased Interest The Bull. HyadeH, Plei
ades, The Kam, The 'Whale, Fishes,
Hare, Deg Star, Nebular Hy Hy
The meeting of the Star club en Fiiday
evening at tbe rooms of the Yeung Men's
Christian association was very largely at
tended. The constellations given arc
found above and the list of individual stats
has nearly reached the hundred.
In the constellation Taurus, the Bull of
which only the head, neck and fore-shoulders
are shown in the charts we have two
small hut beautiful groups, the Pleiades
and Ilyadcs, both of which have been
well-known te successive generations for
thousands of years. They may readily be
fixed by a line extended in a northwesterly
direction fiem the three stars in the Belt of
Orien te Almaach in Andiemcda. This
line will pass first through the V-shaped
cluster in the head or the Bull, which the
Reman pect Virgil calls the " rainy Ily
adcs' The very bright star of the fust
magnitude in the cluster is Aldebaran, the
' Eye of the Bull." The remaining four
stars are small, but aid in making a clearly
defined figure. Eleven degrees fiem the
Ilyadcs, upon our line extending towards
thcneitliMCSt. we find the Pleiades.
This faint cluster with which Jeb and
David were familiar, ami which suggested
te Tennyson the happy fancy " fire-llies
tangled in a silver braid," is also known as
the ''Virgins of Spring," the ''Seven Sis
ters" and the " Seven Stars." The bright
est star of this group, of which but six
stars are visible and all of them small, is
named Alcj one, which is known also as
the " Light of the Pleiades." This star is
said te be twelve hundred times as large as
the Sun. When we remember that JJeO
glebes the size of our Earth might be
stiung about the equator eftheSunas a
girdle like monster beads upon a mam
moth cord wc are oppressed with his
cnoimeus magnitude of course without
comprehending it, save in a very slight de
gree by comparison. But think for a mo
ment of a Sun twelve hundred times larger
than even this ! Alcyone has been supposed
by some though it be no mero than the
bold guess of the enthusiastic astronomer
te be the central sun of our stellar sys
tem, that about which all the ether stars
(suns), with their attendant planets, ic ic
velve. By the mysterious influence of
gravity, it l caches out te our Sun, as te
ethcis, aciess the measureless depths of
space, seizes it with a giip of iron and
huils it ferwaid in its eibitwith unifeim
but inconceivable velocity.
Our Moen moves each day through some
thiitcen degrees of its monthly orbit
about the Sun, thus causing the stais te
pass the meiidian four minutes earlier
each evening. But se rast is this orbit
of the Sun about Alcyone that it
travel scs but one minute of its tremendous
ciicuit in a thousand years although the
distance it moves each year is estimated
at 154,000,000 miles. There being SCO
degrees in a ciicle and sixty minutes te
each degree, it will icadily be seen that
for the Sun te move through a single de
gree of its eibit it will require 60,000 yeais,
or meie than 21,000,000 years te complete
a single l evolution around the great cen
tral sun, the '"Light of the Pleiades. " .
If all this be tiue, is it likely that the
plan of the Creater se far as our system
is concerned contemplates but a single
revolution of this grand secondary orb
about its grander piimary? May it net
lather be laiily assumed tliat many such
i evolutions have already been made and
that many arc ye't te be made, - each oc
cupying its mere than 20,000,000 years of
time, as reckoned by man's arithmetic?
When wc think of the earth in this rela
tion, it grows elder, by far, in its astrono
my than even in its geology !
Our next constellation is Aiics, the
Ram, which is the liist of the twelve con
stellations of the Zodiac, the Bull being
the second. While the head of the Bull
is eastwards tewaids Orien, who is repre
sented en the charts as about te stiikc
him with an upraised club, the head of the
Ram is in the opposite direction tewaids
the West, though he is represented as
looking eastwartls, along the path of the
Sun. The leading stars may readily be
fixed by extending a line from Aldebaran
in the Hyades, te Alpheratz, in Andiom Andiem
cda, at the neithcast angle of the Great
Square of Pegasus. On this line, which
we divide into three parts, we have new
at the first point of division, the brilliant
planet Mars, and at the next point three
stars in the head of the Ram, the two
biightest of which are four degiccs apai t,
that te the north being Arictis and te the
south Shciatan. Seuth of Shcratan, at
the distance of ene and a half degrees, is a
fainter star named Mesartim. Arictis is
in the middle of the forehead and Shcratan
in a coil of one of the horns. The first
named star is ene from which Iongitude is
reckoned. These stars are new en the
meridian about 6 o'clock in the evening.
Seuth of the Ram will be found Cetus,
the whale, occupying some 30 degrees of
the heavens from cast te west, though it
is net a very conspicuous constellation.
The double star Diphda in the tail is
promptly fixed bv a line carried south waul
through Alpheratz and Algcnib, the cast
tern side of the Great Square of Pegasus.
It is the brightest star in this pait of the
heavens and may be readily distinguished.
The gieat planet Saturn is at present near
the line from Algcnib te Diphda. Jlenkar
in the head of the Whale is forty degrees
cast from Diphda and is about twenty-five
degrees west of the Hyades. It makes a
rude isosceles triangle with Aldebaran and
Saiph (in Orien), Aldebaran at the vcitex,
and Mcnkar at the angle farthest south.
It also makes nearly an equilateral tiiangle
with the Pleiades and Shcratan, in the
head of the Ram, or an irregular quadrilat
eral with the Pleiades, Shcratan and Algel
in the head of Medusa. It also makes a
large isosceles triangle with Alpheratz anil
Diphda with Mcnkar at the vertex.
There aie also five stars in the hca, 1 of the
Whale, four or five degrees apart from one
another, which are se situated as te form
a regular pentagon. The brightest of
these is Mcnkar. Thirteen degrees west
from Mcnkar towards Diphda is the
variable star Mira. This becomes invisi
ble once in every 331 days. It is known as
"the wonderful star of 159G," because it
disappeared wholly from sight that year.
The Fishes, a straggling constellation of
faint stars, are the twelfth sign of the
Zodiac. They lie directly west of the
Ram and south of Andromeda and
Pegasus, The star of note here is El
Rischa which may be found some seven or
eight degiees from Mira tewaids Shcratan,
about three degrees west of a straight
line cbnnecting these stars. It is ncai ly
ever the equator.
We turn new te the Hare, a small con
stellation a few degrees south of Orien.
Here the four prominent stars make a
quadrilateral net unlike the bowl of Great
Dipper, the two stars en the western side
being the pointers te Saiph. Of these the
star nearest Saiph is Arneb, and the ether,
which is farthest south en the western
side, is Nibal. The star Arneb is eleven
degrees south of Rigel,
Our last constellation for the evening
Canis Majer,' the -Greater Deg has per
haps been one of the best known te man
kind in all ages of the past, containing, as
it does, the resplendent Deg Star, Sirius,
the largest and brightest orb in the
heavens. The ancients thought it was the
heat of this star added te that of the Sun
that caused the increased temperature of
mid-summer. Hence this season became
known as the "deg days," or the time
"when the Deg Star rages." The Remans
were accustomed yearly te sacrifice a deg
te Sirius te propitiate his favor towards
their herds and fields. This star is about
ten degrees cast of the Hare and twenty
three degrees southeast from the Belt of
Oiien. It is twenty-six degrees fiem
Betelguese and the same distance from
Procyen, with which stars it makes a beau
tiful equilateral triangle, all of them being
stars of the first magnitude. The diameter
of the Sun is about 880,000 miles, that of
Sirius is estimated at ticelce millions, te
that while Alcyone would make 1200 suns
like ours, Sirius would make meic than
2500 ! Its proper motion in its orbit is 840
miles per minute, and its distance from
our earth is reckoned at 22 light years !
Sirius is in the head of Canis Majer ; five
and a half degrees te the west is Mirzan,
iu the fore-paw of the deg ; and in the
neck, at a distance of five degrees te the
cast, is Muliphan, a star that disappeared
in 1070 and was net again seen for twenty
years, but has shone steadily ever since.
Eleven degrees southeast from Siiiuswill
be found a beautiful triangle formed of
bright stars all of which are named. That
at the vertex of the triangle, nearest Sir
ius is Wesen ; te the east, in the base of
the triangle, is Aludra, and te the west
Adhara. These last named stars are about
five and a half degrees apart.
Te recapitulate, continuing our numeri
cal list from last meeting, we have : .Ne.
81, Aldebaran, iu the Hyades ; 82, Al
cyone, in the Pleiades, both stars and star
clusters belonging te Taurus, the Bull ;
83, Arictis ; 84, Sheratan; 85, Mesaitim,
in Aries, the Ram ; 80, Diphda ; 87, Mcn
kar ; 88, Mira, iu Cetus, the Whale ; 89, El
Rischa, in the Fishes ; 90, Arneb ; 91, Xi-
bal, in the Ilaie ; 92, Sinus, the Deg btar ;
93, Mirzam ; 94, Muliphan ; 9j Wcsen ; 90,
Aludra, and 97, Adhara, in Canis Majer,
the Greater Deg.
Mr. Frank Giiest then, for three-quarters
of an hour, discussed Ihe Nebular
Hypothesis, making a very clear
and effective presentment of this
grand theory. He had net only
consulted many authorities, both modem
and less recent, but, iu order te have the
latest opinions of our ablest American
astionemcrs, had also been iu correspond
ence with Profs. Ncwcemb, Pierce and
Langlcy, from all of whom interesting let
ters were lead at the close of the lectin c.
It was stated by Mr. McCaskcy that he
had engaged Rev. Henry W. Wan en te
deliver a lecture, illustrated with the calci
um light, en "Recreations in Astronomy,"
in Fulton hall, Thursday evening, Fcbiu
ary 20. Prof. Procter, the foremost lec
turer in the world upon this science, had
been in Lancaster one memorable evening
early in the Star Club course, and the lec
tin e anticipated would come in appropri
ately at its close. Procter is au astronomer
by piofessien and speaks ett'eetivcly anil
with atithei ity from the scientific stand
point. Rev. Mr. Wancn is by profession
a clergyman, one of the ablest in America,
but has for a lifetime pursued the study
of astronomy with all the enthusiasm of a
devotee of the science. He is mere elo
quent than Procter, indeed the most elo
quent lecturer upon astionemy who has
appeared upon the platform since the
death of Mitchell. He is also author of the
most popular weik en the subject that has
recently been published. Mr. Wanen has
already been heard twice in Lancaster,
within the past few years, once en the
"Forces of a Sunbeam," and again en a
"Trip te the Stars." But the lecture
premised which will be doubly interest
ing from its movable illustrations, with
the same gentleman te handle the calcium
light as at the Procter lecture will greatly
suipjss in interst cither of these just
named. Coming near "the close of the
Star Club ceuisc te supplement with vciy
different treatment that of Prof. Piocter,
this evening also in Fulton hall can safely
be reckoned upon as one that will never be
forgotten by these who arc se feitunate te
In a letter of a day or two since Mr.
Warren writes : " The astronomical work
doing in Lancaster county has surprised
me and new that I see the published re
ports in the Scheel Jeurnnland elsewhere I
am delighted. I received my first lessens
iu astionemy before I knew the four fund
amental iu!cs in arithmetic. These lessens
I have never forgotten. They have made
me feci at home whenever I have tinned
my face te the skies, though I was en the
gi cat ocean, among the Alps, en the Pyra
mid, or under the clear sky of the East,
where Ged, seeking te lift Abraham up te
his own lefty thought, said unto him,
' Loek new towards heaven and tell ine the
stars if thou be able.' Perhaps I did net
thank the district school teacher as I should
at the time, but I have blessed her ev cr
since, and am glad te say any weid of en
couragement te any that aic following in
The next meeting of the club will be
held en Friday evening, Febiuary G, when
the Zodiac w ill be the special subject for
WALT, I'Al'XltS, Sc.
JV. HAVE LEASED THE LAIUSE AXD
COMMODIOUS STORE ItOOM,
Ne. 57 NORTH QUEEN ST.,
Just tin ee doers below us, which we will ec
enpy tin or befoie the
FIRST OF FEBRUARY.
It is new in course of alteration and as seen
as practicable w e ill me e our stock.
Have advanced in pi iec like every ether class
of goods. Anticipating a ri-.e, we placed elder-,
for all our goods early in the fail, and arc pie
p.in d te sell at old price-".
We have ends and odd lets or Paper, which
will be old at halt value in eidcr te clee out
PHARES W. FRY,
03 'erth Oneen Street.
31 VSICAL ISS Til U31ESTS.
1 would respectfully call the attention ei
persons w anting a lir-.t-cl.is3 I'iane that 1 hav e
l.t en appointed sole agent ter Lancaster coun
Chickering & Sen's Celebrated Pianos,
Of Bosten, Mass. rianes can be seen nt my
Organ Manutactuiing Warcroeins, J3U erth
decSS-Stdefiwdiftwtfl Lancaster, Pa.
riVKY LOCHEli'S COUGH SYUUP.
IT IS SAID THAT
Witnessed the Grant
WE "WOULD LIKE ALL THE
MM AM BOYS TO CALL AT OAK BALL
Immediately and Equip Themselves for the
COLD "WAVES OF 1880.
The Singularly Small Prices we started the Annual Winter Sales with
have stirred all the stores te de their best. But we eclipsed them "
all, and they knew it, and the People see it, tee.
These are the Prices for Our Own Carefully Manufactured Goods, net
bought in the New Yerk Wholesale Stores :
Afewleftet the $30 rinc Overcoats, reduced te
Koyal lleversible Plaid llacl. Mild everywhere at $5 (Full Iiullj
Celers and Woven Hacks). Our Price
Extra Sizes in Elue and lirew n Woruuibe Heaver Overcoats
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A Geed stieng Serv Iceable Cleth-Hound Overcoat
Evervday Working Overcoat
Men's All Weel Suits
The " Auburn " 1). P. Suits ler IMisines and Dress
Extra Quality "Sawyer" Suitings
The Finest of Casiiucre Suits
Uiess Suits et Pest Imported Cleths reduced te
Men's Everyday Pante
All-wool llusiness anil Dress Pants
EvtraFine Dress Pantaloons, formerly $10, new
Genuine Harris Casslmere Pants
The Very Latest Styles in Children's Overcoats
The Deuble-Shouldered Cane Kevul Uevcrsible Pack Overcoats
(The Nicest Little lleys' Ovei coats Oak Hall ev er produced.)
Children's Suits as low as
Higher Grades and Mere Elaborately Trimmed Suits
A Great specialty in llevs'and Youths' Pants
WANAMAKER & BROWN,
S. E. CORNER SIXTH AND MARKET STREETS,
jan 1 tftt THE LARGEST CLOTHING HOUSE IX AHERJWA.
IILLDLERY feTEIHHGr STOEE,
LADIES, w-e will open te-day New Novelties in Bennets, Iiate, Frames, Plumes, Faney
Wings, Vclv cts, satins, Ac.
Wcw ill open te day an elegant line et ISlack and Colored Silk Fringes, Xew Styles et
Stlkand .let Putteus, Ornaments, stuped Velvets, Satins, &e.
We will open te-day new and beautiful lines of Ladies' anil Children's Hese in Cashmere
and Cotten, Merine Vests ter Ladles and Clnldieii iu all sizes, Woolen Caps, Ac, geed and
cheaper than ev er.
We w ill open te-day New Laces, Uuchiiigs, Ties, Scarfs, Kid and LisleThrc.id Cleves, Cor Cer
ets in all the best makes ami at lowest pi ices. Ask te see our Speen I.ust Corset at 50 ct.s.
We will open a lull line of Crape Veils. Crape Penncts and Hats. Crape by the yard, anil
evcrj thing else that is new, desirable and cheap in Millinery and Ti i minings.
Call and examine our stock at
142 aid 144 I0RTI QTJEM STREET.
EDW. J. ZAHM, Jeweler,
AMERICAN & FOREIGN WATCHES,
Sterling Silver and
Clocks, Jewelry M
We eHcr our patrons the benefit of our long experience in business, by which we are able
te, aid them in making the best use of theirmeney in any department of our business. We
manufacture a laige part el the goods we sell, and buy only lrem First-Class Houses. Every
aitlelc sold accompanied with a bill stating its quality.
t3-Fii.st-Cl:tss Watch and General Kepal ring given special attention.
SLEIGHS ! SLEIGHS ! SLEIGHS !
We hare new In stock a large let et Sleighs, consisting el PONT, PORTLAND AND
ALHANYS. TWO FINE
ItySTUEITA LOCKWOOD. of -Peiighkecpsle, X. Y. One Fine Feur-1'a.vsenger l'UKTI.ANI)
feMUUII. T1UM.UKU AND UNTICIM.VIKDJ
PORTLAND CUTTERS. ALBANY CUTTERS,
Finished in the highest style and sold at one-halt the usual price. Alse, a line let of Uuggies
ami C.ii i iages of our own make and celebrated city makers. One Fine Second-hand
15y llrewster, one by Gregg & llewc, and a variety of ethers, second-hand. All te be ueld at
half their value.
S. E. BAILY & Ce.,
430 k 432 North queen and 431 & 433 Market Streets, Lancaster, Pa.
WISES ASH LIQUORS.
S. CLAY MILLER
pESPECTPULLY calls the attention of Ms friends as well as
E" the public in general te his Superior Stock of Old Whiskies;
Gibsen's, Dougherty's, Gughenheimer, Hannissville, Overhelt
and Gaffs Pure Rye, from four te eight years old, which he has
recently bought from first hands for Cash, and will sell from the
original package at reasonable prices, at
Ne. 33 Penn Square.
Reception in Philadelphia.
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Ami Tinted Spectacles.
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