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Volume XYINe. 137.
rnnusHED evert evening,
BY STEINMAN & HENSEL,
Intelligencer Building, Southwest Cerner of
.,THE PA,LT ITELtIOENCER Is furnished tO
subscribers in tlic City of Lancaster and sur-
....... uing towns, accessible by Ibiilread and
Dally Stage Lines t Tks Cents Per Week,
payable t the Carriers, weekly. By Mail, $5 a
yi-ar in advance ; otherwise, $.
J'.iitcreil at the pest efllceat Lancaster, Pa., as
M-crinil class mail matter.
m&P? S,T.KAM JOB PRINTING DEPART-ju-..
j or this establishment possesses unsur-J.ass-
facilities for the execution of all kinds
of Plain and Kancv Printline.
FALL & WINTER.
We are new prepared te show the public one
of the largest stocks of
LANCASTER, PA. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1880.
MONDAY EVENING, FEB. 9, 1880.
The Postal Card.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in all kinds of
LUMBER AND COAL.
S-Vaiil : Xe. 420 North Water and Prince
1 reels, above Lemen, Lancaster. n3-lyl
COAL! - - - COAL!!
GORREOHT & CO.,
r or (jned and Cheap Ceal. Yard HarrKburi
Pike. Olllce 20J East Chestnut Street.
P. W. GORRECIIT, Act.
J. B. RILEY.
W. A. KELLEK.
eyer exhibited in the city ei Lancaster. Geed
Working Suits for men $0.00. Heed Styles
Casslmcre Suits for men $7.50. Our All Weel
Mens Suits that we are selling ler $9.00 are as
Reed as veu can bnv pkiwhin fnr tia no Mi
stoek of Overcoats are immense. All rmulM
unu every varletv of stvles nml enintv. rn
i !... 1 ..-... z.f - ' "
COAL! COAL! COAL! COAL!
Ceal or the llest Oiiality put up expressly
for family use, and at the low
est market prices.
TRY A SAMPLE TON.
a- YAIID 150 SOUTH WATER ST.
iik-i-IjiI PHILIP SCHUM.SOX & CO.
T L';??' "SKIVED A FINE LOT OF BALLU
J TIMOTHY HAY, at
M. F. STEIGERWALT & SON'S,
COAL ! FLOUR ! ! GRAIN 1 ! !
FAMILY COAL UNDER COVEK.
MiniiesotaPatcntPreccssKamily and linker's
t lour. Haled Hayaud Feed of all kinds.
Wiiielieusc and Yard: 234 North "Water St
CO HO & WILEY" ".
3.- XOKTII WATER ST.. Lanrnslar. 1'n.. i
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Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
LUMBER AND COAL.
Als, Contractors and Iluilders.
K-tmiiiies mailf and contracts undertaken
en all Kinds el buildings.
3XOUTH DUKE ST.
lien, oeys ami youths, all our own munufac
ture. Full line of Men's, Youths' and Heys
Suit, r nil line of Men's. Youths' n link'
CUSTOM DEPARTMENT !
We are prepared te show one el the best
stocks of Piece Goods te select from and have
made te order ever shown in the city. They
are all arranged en tables littcd up expressly
se that every piece can be examined before
making a selection. All our goods have been
purchased before the rise in woolens. W iir
prepared te make up in geed stvlc and at short
notice and at bottom prices. We make te or
der an All Weel Suit for $12.00. By buying
your goods at
you save one profit, as wc manufacture all our
own Clothing and give employment te about
.; uuiKircii nanus, eau ami examine our
stock and be convinced as te the truth of which
MYERS & RATHFON,
Centre Hall, Ne. 12 East King Street.
1880. FEBRUARY. 1880.
GREAT KEDUCTIOX in Prices con
te close out a Large and Splendid Line et
liruiich Odiee : Xe.
te make room for our
"jOriCE TO THE PUBLIC.
G. SESTEE & SONS.
Will continue te .sell only
GEXULVE LYKENS VALLEY
mid WILKESBAMIE COALS
which are the best in the market, and .sell us
LOW as the LOWEST, and net only GUAR
AXTEE FULLWEIGHT, butallew te WEIGH
OX AX Y .scale in geed order.
-i-e ueiigli and Dressed Lumber, Sa-lp
Deers, Wind.-, Ac., at Lewest Market Price.
Ollieeand yard northeast corner Prince and
Walnut Mi-eels, Lancaster, Pa. janl-tfd
BOOKS AXJt STATIONERY.'
"TrALKNTINES! VALENTINES ! !
A GREAT VARIETY,
L. M. FLYNN'S
BOOK AM) STATIONERY STOKE,
Ne. 42 WEST KING STKEET.
A CHOICE STOCK OF
MARCUS WARD & CO'S
Valentines and Valentine
Unsurpassed in variety of design and bcauty
FOK SALE AT BOOK STORE OF
JIM BAER'S SONS,
15 and 17 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
Over SOO PANTALOON PATTEKNS Of the
Leading Styles, in
English, French and American Novelties,
At a Reduction of 'ii percent.
Scotch, English and Amer
AT CORRESPONDINGLY LOW PRICES.
A Let of Choice Styles in
at a Great Sacrifice. AH are invited te secure
these Great Bargains. Our prices are all
marked en Plain Cards as low as consistent
with lirst-class work.
J. K. SMALING,
121 North Queen Street.
24 CENTRE SQUARE.
Closing out our
ray Mncefl Prices
In order te nuiKe room ler the
IFVILL PAl'EItS, Ac
PHARES W. PRY,
Ne. 57 NORTH QUEEN ST.,
We have moved oursteck te the above num
ber, three doers below our old location, where
we shall be pleased te see our friends and pa
tron. We have n very large and attractive stock el
FOR THE SPRIXG TRADE,
.. hlcli erdcis were placed early in the tail, bc bc
tere the advance in price, which enables us te
sell at the old prices.
We also make WALNUT and GILT COR
NICES, CORNICE POLES and TRIMMIXGS,
GIMP RAXDS, LOOPS, NAILS, &C.
PAPER HUNG and SHADES put up in the
CBCALL AND SEE US. "12
targe Spring Stock,
JWhlcli wc aic new manufacturing.
Suits and Suitings,
Te be sold at the Lewest Prices.
H I Hear & Sen,
24 CENTRE SQUARE-
BOOTS AXJi SHOES.
1IKCUMSTANCES WILL NOT PI2RMIT
TO ADVERTISE A
re uxd Jilts axd ma cuixis ts.
SHOP ON PLUM STREET,
OrresiTE-iHE Locomotive Works.
The subscriber continues te manufacture
BOILERS AND riTEAM ENGINES,
Fer Tanning and ether purposes ;
Sheet-Iren Werk, and
W Jobbing promptly attended te.
augiS-lyd JOHN REST.
but we will de the next thing te it, viz :
We will call the attention of our friends and
customers te the fact tliat we have en hand a
very Large Stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
S10 TO S500.
ALL WISHIXft Ti
ni'llre ninnmr ir..it .
-l . j . .. vr."m w "- All TruiiM,
bueuiu ecai wnn tne uniiersigned. Write for
explanatory circuhirs, sent free by
mcKMNG & co., STiSsssi-iSs:
ew leric. iel9-3mdecxi
wc will sell at
the late ADVAXCE, which
Strictly Old Prices.
SGive us a call.
43 WEST KING STREET
Nearly Tbree Hundred Millien Used in a
ear TOe Manufactory at Uolyeke,
The little postal card, though it has been
before the public a trifle mere than a half
dozen years, has become almost as much
of an element in the social and commercial
transactions of evcrvdav life as the sys
tem of mail and letter transportation itself.
The wonder, after all, is net se much at
tlie popularity and general usefulness of
this cheap and convenient means of corres
pondence as the surprise that such an ac
tive and go-ahead people as comprise the
Yankee nation should net have conceived
and adopted it years or generations age.
The only real and sincere growlers ever the
innovation et the postal card are te be
found among the writing paper and en
velope manufacturers, and. when it is con
sidered that its introduction has effected a
decrease in their business te the extent
of a dozen or fifteen million dollars annu
ally, their discomfiture is, in a degree, ex
plicable and pardonable. Net a few of the
smaller dealers have been driven out of the
business altogether, and during the period
of the introduction of the card te public
favor, net a few of the heavier concerns
found it wise economy te temporarily sus-
puiiu prouuciien te enable them te work
off the surplus stock which se suddenly
accumulated in their manufactories and
storehouses. Indeed that alarm was se
great that a protective association was
formed, and it is understood that one of
their future movements looking te the pro
tection of their interests will be the agita
tion and advocacy of a universal penny
postage law. Of course, the public will
cordially welcome and heartily encourage
any ucueu ei mis sort, out m tne mean
time, it will very properly and fondly cling
te the little postal card contrivance of the
present. It must be admitted that there
is something of force and soundness in the
argument of the paper-makers, that if the
government can afford te furuish special
stationery for a communication, and carry
it all the way from Maine te California for
a penny, it ought, in justice, te transport
nie communication ler a like sum when
the writer furnishes his own stationery.
JNeithcr the postal card ner cheap letter
postage can be reckoned in any sense as
American ideas. Euglan I was the pioneer
in both reforms, and, in the matter of pos
tal cards, their usefulness and convenience
were experienced in various ether foreign
countries before the American Congress
responded te the public demand, some six
years since. The first requisition from the
posteffice department was made in May,
iv ie, iera ion ei e,uuu,uuu cams. They
were manufactured then by the Morgan
envelope company of Springfield, Mass.,
and the early productions were very much
lacking in taste and quality compared with
these subsequently and at present fur
nished. They we -e net only made from
inferior stock, but were of an usrlv dark
tint, surrounded by a heavy brown border,
forming altogether anything but an attrac
tive and tasty appearance. The purposes
for which the cards were supplied, hew
ever, were readily recognized, and they be-
.... ,v..i nij uiwai, mm Hie quality
of the stock was almost immediately im
proved, as well as the artistic design of the
address side of the cards.
The thrifty city of Uolyeke, Massachu
chusctts, en the Connecticut river, and en
the line of the railroad, bearing the name
of that sluggish stream, is new the scene
of production of millions of postal cards
winch are annually consumed in the coun
try. The manufactory is an unnre.te.nr.imis
edifice and utterly insignificant in dimen
sions and otherwise, when compared with
the towering paper and ether mills which
surround it. The business is carried en by
the American photetype company of New
Yerk, who have a contract for a year from
next July. Originally the manufacturing
was done in New Yerk, but the papery nt-
iiie&pucrc ei iiojyeKe, was probably mere
congenial te their calling, and a short time
since the whole business was transferred te
that point. The interior of the manufac
tory is seemingly as inconsequential as it
is eutwaruiy, out the lirmness with which
general or special visitors are denied ad
mission seems te impress one with the fact
that the concern is of mere that ordinary
account. The government is represented
en the premises by a special agent or su
perintendent, who sees te it that all the
cams printed are properly turned ever te
him, while all the ether business is under
tne direction et the contractors. About
forty hands are employed altogether,
and during working hours, they
are industriously kept from all in
tercourse with the outside world,
The cardboard is manufactured in the im
mediate vicinity by the Parsons paper
company, and is furnished in packages of
3000 sheets each. The work of transform
ing one of these packages into postal cards,
counted, packed and ready for shipment is
only momentary when the concern is
driven te its full capacity, as is at present
the case. Three of Hee's suncr-rev.il
presses are kept in operation both day and
night, and each sheet bears the impression
of exactly 40 cards, a register attached te
each press keeping a faithful record of
each sheet printed. Having become pro
perly seasoned or dried, the sheets arc slit
up by machinery into strips often cards
each, and than in immediate succession a
sort of rotary hopper, with ten compart
ments, receives the cards as fast as cut,
and, when each compartment contains 25
cards, the hopper revolves and empties
them en a table. Here they are received by
girls, who quickly detect and threw
out all damaged or imperfect specimens.
Boxing is next in order, and then the
cards are ready for shipment te any de
sired part of the country. They are placed
in seamless pasteboard boxes, each box
containing 20 packs, or 500 cards. Lets of
less than two thousand are forwarded in
these boxes, strongly wrapped in heavy
iMivi, uiiu larger quantities are sent in
strong, iron-bound wooden cases. As be
fore intimated, every process of manufac
ture is industriously guarded by the vigi
lant agent of the government. The
mechanism of the registers en the presses
is secured by padlocks, te which none but
this agent has a key. Thev are examined
at night, and the number of sheets printed
is noted. Again, in the morning, they are
examined te see that they have net been
tampered with before the day's work com
mences. A strict record is kept of all
damaged or imperfect cards, also of all
blank cardboard given out, and, as all has
te be accounted for, te the smallest frac
tion, undetected pilfering is rendered sim
ply impossible. In forwarding the cards,
every package or box is registered, and,
hence, less, in this respect, is positively
guarded against. In fact, it is true that
net a single card has ever been lest in the
factory or in transit, since their introduc
tion into the postal system of the country.
The growing popularity of the postal
card as a means of correspondence is some
thing wonderful. The entire number man
ufactured and used during the first year of
their introduction was 100,000,500, and
during the year which has just closed, the
aggregate number sent out was 246,063,-
0C0. This latter number is an increase
ever the number issued in 1878, of 36,879.
060. It would probably be an error te at
tribute this marked increase in the postal
card service te the late or current iii,u;n,c
boom, for it would seem that in periods of
uv.-jjicaaiuii wv puuuc would be mere likely
te avail itself of cheap postage rather than
in mere prosperous times. The true ex
planation, evidently, is the growing favor
which the card finds in the community as
it becomes mere familiar, ns is nnirlmi
by the steadiness of the innmauui ,tr.,e...i
during the half-dozen years it has been
before the community. The orders from
different postefiiccs differ in n,r.,,.,f
very greatly, of course, and thev de
net in any degree represent the population
or general business done at the several
points. It may be stated, as an interest
ing fact, that New Yerk has lately taken
nearly one-tenth of all the cards issued
consuming upward of half a million a
week. All the Large cities use mere than
the actual business of the nosteffW in,n
cates, but this discrepancy is accounted for
irem tne lact mat many country manufac
turers and traders have their advertising
circulars printed en the backs of postal
cards, and the city printers who de the
work buy their cards in the city where the
pruning emce is located. Many small
I05lelfite surrounding large cities like
Bosten and New Yerk also purchase from
me nearest metropolitan point instead of
applying through the proper channel of the
posteffice department. The proper way is
for a postmaster te send his order te
Washington, which in turn is sent te
Holyoke, and from this point the cards
are forwarded direct te their destinnHm,
The capacity of the concern is about t
millions per day, though until lately net
mere than a million has been the average
It is intended te keep about twenty
five millions en hand, and for this pur
pose a special fire proof vault has been pro
vided. Beside the increased demand for the
domestic cards, there has also come a sud
den call for the new international cards.
upwarus ei two million have been furnish
nished during the brief period of their in
troduction. While it may be true that
England has taken the lead in the
postal card business in point of
priority of date, it. is questionable
if the system has bjen se generally
adopted by all classes of community. This
inference is drawn from the presence of a
ceupie ei commissioners of the French "ov "ev
cinment at the Uolyeke manufactory a
short time since, who were sent ever
specially te investigate the working of the
postal-card branch of the mail service in
the United States previous te its adoption in
France. Thev freelv admit Hint ti,;., ..
Price Twe Ceits.
nished from the estates of different gentle
men, who take great pride in raising them.
The local journals publish the names of
these gentry, as well as the pedigree of the
bulls. Te-day there is a second grand
" cerrida" at which eight bulls will be dis
patched; but I shall net go. I have seen
TOIt TILE LADIES.
Havingjust returned Irem Xcw
Yerk with a
CARD TO LADIES !
Grand Depot, - - - Jehn Wanamaker.
FOR MEN'S WEAR,
Wwi,!irespc,eJ.fu,1' announce te his customers
and the public that he will have his regular
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 29th.
AXD IMJICKS AS LOW AS AXY 1IOUSK IX
THIS CITY AT
Ne. 51 North Queen Street.
The delicate and rare styles of Underwear we are new showing merit
mere than passing notice. "!,
wiun tne improved assortment of fine lace-trimmed goods, finished
with rare silk and nteflnflea -nre ,-i,. ' MWUXCU-
THE CONTENT WORK
and pretty things made in the suburbs of Paris, and en the. Swiss border
hne by the peasants in the small homes, in the same way as shawls are
made These who have traveled will remember the exquisite handiwork
jr uc v 0 luuaa m me cottages of the peasants.
A peculiarly desirable article in
SSl lay Patterna, embroidered by hand in elegant styles, and
j .. icaug Ui,. we cenaimy nave new
THE PEEFECTION OF UNDEKWEAB.
Either Embroidered or Plain Night Dresses, and all the little things
wanted m a Baby's Wardrobe.
Underwear made te order by our own werkladies, when desired.
rancc. 1 hey freelv admit that, this im
try had the perfect postal system in the
world, and the three features which most
jneaseu ineni were tlie postal cards, the
stamped envelopes and the mail catchers
en the fast express trains.
The Spauish hull fight, which occurred
in honor of the king's marriage, was attend
ed with all the pomp and horrors of any
previous exhibition. A correspondent of
the Bosten Journal gave a full and vivid
report. Sonic of it will interest our read
ers as an illustration of hew much remains
te be done in one nation which calls itself
both civilized and Christian, and as show
ing in a striking way the effect upon spec
tators of such a sight. The correspondent
"I was startled by the thought that in
our modern day, nearly nineteen hundred
years after the inauguration of an era
supposed te be one of mercy, forbearance
and peace, the world is as brutal and un
merciful as ever it was in the dim ages of
barbarism. I cannot explain te you the
revolt which took place in my mind
against myself. I might call it an insur
rection of conscience, when I reflected that
I hnrl n llmnn.l .... 1C i .
x u.m iuucu uiysuii ie assist at se mur
derous and bloody a sport as a bull fight.
I defy any one who has net been hardened
te this monstrous sight te feel otherwise
than criminal when he gets an
idea of the atrocious horror of it.
Bull-fighting lias become se thor
oughly engrafted upon the national man
ners that net even the gentlest woman
finds it extraordinary that her children
sneuiu witness it. Here in Madrid there
arc twenty-four exhibitions every year,
from April te October, en Mondays, or
sometimes en Sundays, for Sunday is here,
asm France, the people's favorite holiday.
:ui ever epain there are bn.ll rings which
GRAND DEPOT, 13th ST.
Mizziirjutr ani xitiMMixa uoens.
OPENING OF NEW GOODS
OVERCOATS AND HEAVY SUITINGS.
te buyers et Clothing in enlcr te make room
reralaijteSl'KIXGSTnni nn- i...i.,., ,.
ULLHERT fcTEmmra. STORE.
fiictiirvil. and we are nceiliiiL
weu-iiuKie ami stylNh
room. We offer
Clothing for Men and Beys
than ever heard of before, although CoeiKare
Wnrclviu IIat8- f, Wnmca. Fancy
Loek at Our
'1 VI I 41 Wl rt1-n-.r-rtl Jl i
...... ... wnras.ii uiuicusieiis ei tne amphi
theatres of the llemans. Valencia pos
sesses one which, at a little distance, leeks
as imposing as the Coliseum at Reme.
And what ! say the Spaniards what ! shall
we give up a game which was inaugurated
qy him of illustrious and immortal memo
ry, tne cm Lampeader he who descended
into the arena and with his lance slew wild
bulls by the score ? The Arabs have the
credit of having introduced the
cruel pastime into Spain ; but
the Cid gave it its real impetus
Alfonse XII. arrived brisklv. dressed in
a captain general's uniform, with a cap en
tirely covered with geld lace. The yeun"
queen were a white mantilla upon her
glossy braids. She sat down beside the
king m the front rank, and there seen ap
peared behind the veuthfnl n.iir ilin h,.nev
eleiit faces of numerous venerable Spanish
and Austrian generals.
There were a few moments of silence and
then a deep "Ah !" such as only a Latin
crowd can utter, burst from the asscm-
eiage, ana looking ever across the ring, I
saw a magnificent bull standing in front of
tlie gates which were closing behind him.
The queen had given the signal with her
handkerchief. I looked at her ; she had
half arisen in her seat, as if she were anx
ious te go away ; but an instant after she
sat down again, and was apparently calm.
The bull took a geed leek at everybody,
lie seemed sroed nntnreH ntid T t'ir.ii,ri,f
that it I had been near him I should have
liked te pull his tail. But what was my
surprise when he arlvunravl fnrwiri ti-;hi ..
long lepe, which quickly changed into a
wild run, and before any one could attract
Ins attention he had plunged his horns
into the Hanks of the horse of one of the
masters of ceremonies. The bull was new
terrible in his wrath, and at this moment
he noticed a picador sitting motionless en
his horse with his lance ready. I arose in
my seat and, if I could, I think that I
should have fled ; for it iced my bleed te
see horse and rider go into the air.
And se, one after another, during almost
lour heuis, we saw eight bulls slaughtered.
The only animals which were really terri
fying were the third and tln nifrhH.
The king and queen tried te go after the
seventh bull had been dispatched, but the
spectators would net net hear of it. They
criend "Otrotero! otretoro!" (another
iii"1 thlUMlcreus unison, and the king
yielded. It must have been a sevcre trial
for the queen, but she sat through it all,
and I observed that toward the last she
looked en all the time. Yeu speedily be
come accustomed te the spectacle hor
rible as it is. The arena was
wet with bleed, and in a recess of one of
the outer corridors the eight bulls and the
seven horses which had been their victims,
were lying in a row. The amphitheatre,
with its stone seats and bleed stained
sands, seemed Reman rather than Spanish
but Spanish it emphatically is. The
bulls slain at this royal festival were fur-
OVEIJCOATS! OVKRCOATS! OVERCOATS'
for $.'.90, Ier$3.&5, for$T,.;s, for $0.75.
OVERCOATS ! OVKRCOATS ! OVERCOATS
for $7.7.i. for $9.73, for $10.73.
OVERCOATS ! OVERCOATS ! OVERCOATS !
for $12, $14, $16 and $20.
These are heavy-lined Overcoats, carefully
made and splendidly trimmed. "-""
OVERCOATS ! OVERCOATS ! OVERCOATS
for $7.50, ler $3.50, for $9.50, for $12.
OVERCOATS ! OVERCOATS ! OVERCOATS !
for $15, for $18, for $20.
These are Plaid-Back Overcoats, equal te
HEAW, MEN'S SUITS !
for $3.50, $1.00, $5.00, $7.00, $9.00, $10.00.
MEN'S SUITS FOR FIXE DRESS !
for $12.00, $14.00, $15.00, $10.00, $18.00 and $20,00.
ROYS' SUITS AXD OVERCOATS !
15QYS' SUITS from $2.23 te $10.00.
KOYS' OVKRCOATS VERY LOW.
Call and examine our stock at
142 and 144 I0RTI QDUM STREET.
WATCHES, JEWELKY, &e.
our own make and guarantee
We sell only
Meney returned en all goods net found as
eiMHt11C:lSe C:lU' wllct,luryu wisl1 1' purchase
EDW. J. ZAHM, Jeweler,
Zahm-s Cerner, lcaster, Pa.,
AMERICAN & FOREIGN WATCHES,
Sterling Silver and Silver-Plated Ware,
CMS, Jewelry m Anil IM Sjecfacles.
CUSTOM Dlf ART
Is stocked with the latest styles, which we
make te measure at the lowest cash prices and
guarantee a perfect lit.
SUITS TO ORDER from $12 upwards
PANTS TO ORDER from $3.50 upwards.
D. GANSMAN & BRO.,
MERCHANT TAILORS AND CLOTHIERS,
66 & 68 NORTH QUEEN ST.,
S. W. Cerner el Orange, Lancaster, Pa.
Weoirereurnatronstliebenefltnfom-in,-.t .,....,. .
t "-i."i.c n uubincss, ey which wc are able
te aid them in makinir th iiet ,r .w . . u,e
, ""-" """".y an unyucparimcnt or our business
manufacture a larire Tinrt. nf tiin .! . , . .
a- ,e u Bun, mm uuy emy irem First-CIass Houses
article sold accompanied with a bill stating its quality.
W-First-Class Watch and General Repairing given special attention.
CAJtUIAUES, 1'HAETOXS. Cr.
SLEIGHS! SLEIGHS! SLEIGHS!
Weliavc new In stock a large let of Sleighs, consisting et PON V PORT! wr, ivn
ALBANY'S. TWOF1N1? ""-"''""TUXDAM)
BySTREIT&LOCKWOOD.ot-Peu-'hkeeraie V Y nn yi r '
SLElOll. TiaMMEDANDUNTRIMMyDj ' C Fine Fer-Passenger PORTLAND
PORTLAND CUTTERS. ALBANY CUTTERS
aT SalS PHee. Alse; . . . let el Hujgies
celebrated city makers, 'one Fine SecVnd-hund
Safest, Easiest and Best,
FOB BALE BY
ANDREW G. FRETS
City Pharmacy, Southeast Cor. North Queen &
Orange Sts., Lancaster. apl9-lyd
WM. P. PBAHiBY'S
MONUMENTAL MARBLE WORKS
758 Nertn yueen Street, Lancaster, Pa.
MONUMENTS, HEAD AND FOOT STOVES
GARDEN STATUARY, ,A"'r's'
CKMKTERY LOTS ENCLOSED, 4c.
All work guaranteed and satisfaction given
In every particular.
7mcmber works at the extreme end
of North Queen street.
rpKY LOCHER'S COUGH SYRUP.
KWvalScl0GrereB',u,anTOrlety et ethe- secend-hana. All te be seid at
S. E. BAILY & Ce.,
430 & 432 North Queen and 431 & 433 Market Streets, Lancaster, Pa.
Kj & lvIKFFER, manuiacturers of
TIN AND SHEETJRON WORK,
and dealers In GAS FIXTURES AND HOUSE
te PLUMBING, GAS and STEAM FITTING
Ne. 40 East King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
rPUY LOCHER'8 COUGH STBUT.
ty for ,lsent r ncas'ef n-
Chickering & Sen's Celebrated Pianos,
OlBosten, Mass. Pianos can be seen at mv
Organ Manufacturing Warerooms, 320 North
Queen street. ' "
aeoK-StrteawdJtwtr Lanewter, Pa,