Newspaper Page Text
. ;-.','!.' .,fi j.J,-lL, " j ;' 1" ' ' -. j i jw'" - a, T'i ."'v'g-'t..-''' i.j -w" . ''.'.il '.f ji '".''a ' ' ' y . '"i-Mrf"niii','i)'i .."'." ' '' iwt" ;i . y '' jm' '.i liwUl'lV''l,-l-'r'yf'FWB
133 arg?.rf ;'.-?-Jriy
" .V !.-A-t-.'r"UVJlU'LW-'-.
. C '3 .- v - -fv" "7T" I j"-' :
Volume XVI-fNe. 176.
HE DAILY INTELLIGENCER,
PCntlSHtD EVERY KVENISQ,
BY STEINMAN & HENSEL,
Intelligencer llulldlnp:, SeutliwcBt Cerner or
Tiir Dmly Imxlueemkk Is lurnlshcil te
sii'.-iiilm- ill lliccm et Laiicii-ter and sin-le-iixlin
teuiif, acci H)l ly Railroad ami
D.ulv Mkc Lines ut Te Cents Pkk Week.
l):i:il.lr tn tin- Cui riers. weekly. By Hail, $5 a
iti in advance: ethrrH ie, $.
r.iilin l at tin: pest etllcc.it Lancaster, Pa., a
tf-.n)ii -la . mull mutter.
-TlicM KAM JOI5 1M1INTIX; DEI'AUT
Ml.NTtil tli!- v-taljli-liim-nt pe ib-i-i mi"Ui
pa eil lacilitici ler tin: xi-cutlen of all kiml"
of I'lain ami I'ancv l'rintinir.
V. hole-sale ami lti-luil Dealer in all kimls or
I.CMIIKI: AXIl COAL.
S-Yanl : Ne. 43) North Water ami 1'rince
stieet.-, above Lemen. L.tn ci-ter. n3-ljtl
COAL! ('0AL!C0AL! COAL!
Ceal or t!i- lle-t (Juulity put upexpresuly
ler t.miily !!-, ami at tlie levr-
et maiket piieeii.
THY A SAMPLi: TON.
V VAIII ISO SSICTH WATKIT ST.
neJli-Iy.l I'llll.ll' SCm'M.SON & CO.
:i:c!:ivi:i a pink let or i:ai.i:i
M. F. STEIGERVALT & SON'S,
FLCDE, GRAnT AKD COAL,
an NeisTii wati:i: sti:ki:t.
i-Western I'leur a hpeel.ilty. f-27-lyd
COHO & WILEY,
::r,e yeitru irATJ:n sr iMnmstrr, v.,
Wholesale ami Uetail lle.ilers in
LUMBER AND COAL.
Alse, CiiutructerHanil JJnililere.
K-tiinaie nv.ile ami oentr.iets unlertakin
nn all kiml- el liiii:iliii;s.
l;i.ineli(iniee: Ne.aNOFlTlI DL'KK-T.
HO AT,? - - - COAL!!
G0RRE0HT & CO.,
Fer eim1 ami CSie.ip Ce-il. Yanl M.trii-lmrK
I'iki-. Ul!iceiU); IZa-t Cliestuut Mieet.
P. W. COKltKCUT, -i.
.1. i:. K1M.V.
eSIyil V. A. KKI.I.KIt.
- fn:i: te tii:: ithuc.
G. SEXER & SONS.
Will cotitimie ti i-ell only
aEXUIXli Li'h'IJXS VALLEY
and VTILKESUAllRi: COALS
whieli are tin-best in tlie market, ami cell a
LOW a-fie I.('A !!', ami net only UUAK-
AN'n.i: rn.Lw i:u;iit. buiaiiowte wuigii
ON N Y se.ile in oeil order.
AI-) K'.u'li ami I)i---i"l Luinber. P.asli
1), is, Kliml-, Ac, at Lemp-1 JLuket I'liees.
r.ieeaml j.ml neitliia-t eeiner riinecaml
Walnut -Heels, !.ane.i-ter. l'.i. i.ttil-lM
ir. EW STYLE
Openen this day one ca-e el
000 Yards of Lawns,
te be sold at the Lew 1'iice of 10 cts. per yanl.
IMireli.i-ers can -ave at leust .1 cents per yard
by aulicipifiug their wants ler the coming
Wsu in N eather, ami buj in these eudb new,
ext Derr te the Court Iiense.
1AIID TO TUi: 1.ADILS!
Just iceeived a Fine Lin of
Philip Schnm, Sen & Ce.s,
;5S A: JO AVLaT KING STREETS.
Having added in ceniiectinn willi our I.are
Stock oil arpel-. Yain-.Ae., A FINK L1NLOF
KltY (.OOlis.-iieh as iALICF.S, I'.LKACH-
i:i Ai rMiLi:Acin:i) mi'si.i.ss. tick-
I(;s, COTTON I'LVNNKI.s.. CA'IIMLUl-S
i:lcK ali'VCA-. mm;lti(;. si'.w
.STYLi:OFIIIUTl.NG, NKW TYLK Dill.
(iOOIX. TAHLi: LINEN". N PKlNs,
TOW ELS', Ac, w hich w e aie selliiif; at
310DEKA TE 1'iiIVES.
HOOT AXJ SHOi:S.
1SOOT. SHOE'S AND EASTS
in id'- en a new principle, insur
ing contort ler I lie leel.
Lests made te outer.
1C3 East Kiti street.
tn:ci;.MsTANCi:s ayiel net ieiuiit
te Anvnr.Tiss a
EEDOSfM I PRICES,
but we will de the next thin;; te it. viz :
Wc w ill call the attention et our Irieiid and
customer- te the fact that we h.iu en hand a
very Large Stock or
BOOTS AND SHOES,
purcha-el hctere the late
we w ill sell at
Strictly Old Prices.
C3Givc us a cull.
43 WEST KING STREET
WM. P. FRAIIiBY'S
MONOT&ENTAL. MAHBL.E "WORKS
5S Nerm ,iiceii street, Lancaster, Pa.
MONUMENTS. HEAD AND FOOT STONES,
CEMETERY LOTS ENCLOSED, Ac.
All work guaranteed and satisfaction glv en
n evcrv nai tieular.
. 11. uememeer. wersis at uis extreme sua
t Kvrtk U,um suwt.
GRAND SPRIG 0P1M
1 Effluwiii & Bre's.
Willi a stock mere tlmn double of any pre
vious stti-en ami lucruuaed facillities, we are
pi epared ler our
All our fjneds liav'np been beulit liefere this
inaiinueih advance in pi 1cm, voare ietailing
MEN'S, BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S
At Ic-stlian Wholesale I'rices. Our Clothing
his all been inauiit.ictured in this city by Kx
cellent li.imls, and will compete ler r it. style
ami Weikinan-iiip uitliaujtuiutfevur Uewn
in Lancaster or u,ulici.
Nete Our Sample Prices:
A Snout; Iren Tuist Working Suit for...$ 3.50
A (Jeed ISiisiiu 4 Miil te1-. ""
A Geed Cassimcre Suit for '
A;oed th-vietbiiit (l btyles) S00
Geed Cheviot Suit, LU;ut, (8 Styles-)... 9.(W
A Fine Cheviot Mill, Mi;ht. (0 .Styles).... 1'J.00
A Fine DiCbsSuit ("i styles) I-00
An Kxtra Ilre-sSuit (4 Styles) 1CWI
A Supuib Die. Suit (.'i Styles) 20.00
A Laryc Sterk or Stylish Pants Chtap.
BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING
In Lare Vaiiely at LOW I'UICCS.
ISevs" uits tretn
Cliildi en"s suits fiem
. . .$2..'i0 up.
Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hats,
Caps, Trunks and Valises.
Our Custom Department :
We have ciicfuilv selected a Larfte Stock et
FOIM.K.N and OO.MhsTIC. Cll LVIOT, CAS
SlMLUi:, DIAGONAL anil WOUsTED
w lneli have hern eidered before thi Iare ad
. nice in l'l it . which vu uij.L tu mea-uraat
lliieli'e uif fiem
Hie s Miii-lieui
... l.VOi) up.
. . . 3(W up.
-l'Ie.isee.ilI. wlielheryeu wish te purchase
or net. We w ill be plciac'd te liew you oed-.
D. GANSMAN & BR0.,
MLIICHANT TAILOUS AX1 CLOTIIIICKS,
(5G & 08 NORTH QUEfcN ST.,
S. W. Cerner il Orauge, Lancaster, Ia.
24 CBXTRE SQUARE.
We have for s.ile for the
Immense Stock of
coming seasons an
of our own manufacture, which cempiiscs the
Litest ami .Most
Come and see our
which 5-larpcrand compe-od of the best styles
te be found in the city.
24 CENTRE SQUARE.
ClllA AXV OLASSHAKt:.
Ne. 15 EAST KING STREET,
Where we are new ready te see our customers
HIGH & MARTIN.
E. J. ERISMAJSTS,
M NOXTTH UUEJCN STKECT.
D. B. Hostetter t Seb,
FEIDAY EVENING, MAECH 26, 1880.
JOURNALISM IN THE FAR WEST.
Mark Twain's Newspaper Enterprise Keut-
ing Savage Fee with Spring l'eetry
and Editorial Leaders.
GONE CKAZY ON THE GEM PCZZLE.
A Case or Actual lnsaniry Over the Terrible
ia-14-15 Ouck Sheeting by Whole-
bale, ah Itelated by a Citizen of
Detroit Tlie Clutch or a Sea
Monster A M urderar's
I nnecsnt s Abroad in tlie Field of Jeurnalltm
Car-en (Nev.) Appeal
It vras nearly twenty years age when
Dan De Quille and Mark Twain attempted
te stait a paper in Mendocino county.
They took the type and material of their
recently defunct newspaper establishment
in San Francisce, and leading the stulf en
a big '.vageu, stiuck out in the country te
retrieve their fortune. They packed their
type just as it steed in the forms, tied up
the articles w ith stout cords by a process
well known te printing and packing them
closely in boxes, vowed te establish a
newspaper somewhere which would be the
leading exponent of polities and history of
the Pacific coast. Had net an unfortunate
circumstance taken place it is evident that
the newspaper which they contemplated
founding would have been alive te-day.
Their journey ever the mountains was ut
terly uneventful until they reached Simp Simp
eon station, a spot well known te old
travelers en the route. Heic they met a
paity of emigrants making for Lewer Cal
ifornia, and the latter had with them a
small mountain howitzer which they
brought with them across the plain.
Twain took a gieat fancy te this gun,
and offered JfdO for it with two keys of
powder. The emigrants were glad enough
te part with it, as they concluded the time
for its use had passed. Dau thought the
purchase of artillery and military supplies
was a reckless piece of extravagance and
saiil as much, but Mark replied :
"When we start our paper we must fire
a salute. A newspaper office with ai tillery
has a big bulge en the business. Xe well
regulated office in California should be
without a howitzer. If a man comes in
for a letraetieu we can blew him into the
next country. The howitzer gees."
This silenced the argument and the next
day the two journalists took the read with
their printing outfit anil artillery.
The next night they camped in a moun
tain ravine filtecn miles liem Simpsons,
and after building the usual camp lire fell
asleep. About 11 o'clock the horses
wakened them by prancing about, and the
two journalists weic led te the conclusion
that a patty of Indians were making ar
langements for a night attack. In the
dear moon light human forms could be
distinguished about half a mile away, at
the feet of the ravine. The idea of en
encountering Indians had never cnteied
tlu heads of the two fertune-seeki.rs, and
they had no arms. Suddenly Twain
brightened up, lematking :
" We've get nothing but powder," said
'Well, powder '11 scare 'cm ; and we'll
lead her up."
The piece was immediately leaded with
a geed big charge, and the two men felt
quite eeit.iin that the Indians, hearing the
rear of the gun would beat an uncondition
al ictreat. The piece was haidly leaded
and placed in position when about feity
of the redskins came charging up the
Twain seized a brand from the camp-fit e
and was about te lay it en the touch hole,
when Dan yelled: "Held en !"' as he ram
med something iu the mouth of the piece
and remaiked :
"Turn "er loose !"
The rear of the howitzer echoed through
the lonely finest, and the savages, with
frantic cries of pain,ieeled dewu the ravine
in deep confusion.
" What iu the hell did you put in?"
"A column of solid nonpareil and a
couple of sticks of your spring poetry.
"The poetry did the business, Dan. Get
one of your geological articles ready for
the next charge, and I guess I'll 1st the
red devils out ler the present cam
The savages again advanced. Mark at
tended te the powder and Dan asserted the
shot, se te speak.
"Jeems Pipes" song " My Mountain
" Geed for three Indians seek'er in."
"An acrostic by Jelin B. Ridge, in long
"It'll paralyze them."
"Frank Pixley en the Constitution
half a column of leaded brevier."
" If it hits 'em the day is wen."
"Your leader en ' Law and Order.' "
" Save it as a last resort."
Dan pulled the type out of the boxes,
and stuffed column after column in the
howitzer's mouth as the savages came
charging en. Anether round from the
gun,and the redskins rolled ever like bowl bewl
ders swept away byamountaincleud-burst.
Mark, in an ecstasy et delight, puneci an
American flag out of his effects, nailed it
te the tail-beard of the wagon, and was
about te make a speech, when the dusky
liguies of the fees were once mere seen
moving te the attack.
The piece was again leaded, and this
time with a double charge. Mark's leader
en "Law and Order." the puff of an auc
tien house, by Fred McCrellish, "as a
sickener," Dan.said ; Frank Gress's verses
en "The Rebel Yell ;" an agricultural
article by Sam. Shingle, showing the
chemical properties of corn-juice as an
educational lever ; a maiden poetical effort
by Olive Harper, and some verses by
Colonel Ceremony and Frank Seule com
pleted the lead.
"That poetry reaching 'cm first will
threw 'era into confusion and my editorial
coming en the heels of the rest will result
in a last demoralization. It will be like
the last cavalry charge of the French
troopers at the battle of Austerlitz.
Fer the third and last time the faithful
howitzer belched its typographical cempli
ments te the advancing loe. 1 he havoc
was terrible. There was a wild yell from
a score of savage threats, and then the low
groans of the dying floated up the ravine
en the gentle wind. The two meu walked
ever the field of slaughter and counted
iii'ty-six aboriginals lying in heaps. The
bodies were horribly mutilated with non nen
pariel, bourgeois, "caps," misery dashes
and unasserted pi.
" My leader cooked that man's geese, "
said Mark, pointing te a savage hanging
ever the limb of a cedar.
"My geological article did the business
for him, " rejoined Dan, nodding careless
ly at an Indian, whose head was laying
twenty yards away.
LANCASTER, PA., FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1880.
" The pen is mightier than the sword. "
" Yeu bet. Hurrah for Faust and Got Get
" Is there any type left ?"
" Net a pound. "
Ten days later the two journalistic
tramps reached Virginia City weary, dis
couraged and footsore, and secured places
en the Enterprise.
A Uein Puzzle Maniac.
Made Mad by the Terrlbla 13-14-15.
Daniel Conrey, a first-class stone mason
of Erie, with the physique of an athlete
and with a normal disposition as gentle as
the lamb, became a raving maniac by his
abseibing contemplation of the 15 puzzle.
His work, his family, sleep and feed were
at first forgotten in his anient purpose te
work the thing out. His wife first detect
ed his frenzy. She saw him pick up one
of their twin babies and pace the room in
a most singular manner. When she spoke
te him he turned upon her with a yell of
rage and she saw by the terrible leek in his
eye that her husband was out of his mind.
She called in neighbors te appease him,
but it availed net. The sight of the peo
ple enraged him the mere, and only served
te accelerate his strides through the house.
Great fear was felt for the little boy he
held in his hand, and an efTert was made
te get it away. The infuriated fifteen
player drove them off, and in his frenzy
was about te place his child upon the het
stove when in rushed a posse of police,
who succeeded in getting one handcuff en,
but the ether hand was held aloft and
grasped the child, which, all unconscious
of the terrible danger it was exposed te,
smiled at its maniac father as if the noise
and confusion was created for its own di
version. The officers threw themselves
upon him and finally succeeded in getting
possession of the infant and securing the
madman. The scene during this fearful
struggle is beyend description. The cries
of the children, the shrieks of the mother,
fearful for her babe in the powerful grasp
of the maniac, the sharp exclamations of
the officers, the fearful yells of the lunatic
and the prattlings of the little boy in such
a dreadful clutch, made up a scene the re
porter's pen cannot de full justice te.
The officers took the unfortunate man te
the county jail for security, and he was
ledged in a cell en the ground fleer. Fre
quently the frenzied man threw himself
upon the ground and put forth strength
that none but a madman could possess, te
free himself from the captors. A few hours
after his incarceration Conrey was seen
crouching at the furthermost end of the
cell chalking out the game en the wall.
Upen being discovered he sprang up with
a loud cry and Hung himself with all his
might against the iron-barred deer. " He !
he ! ha ! ha !" he cried, "I have it, I have
it at last ! Oh, thank Ged, I can de it
13, 14, 13. Let me out G, 7, 8, !).
Where's my children '? I'll cut 'em into
15 blocks 1, 3, 3, 4. Give me some water,
wretches 1:5, 15, 1 1. Oh, my Ged in hea
ven, what shall I de ? Ha ! ha ! ha ! She's
a daisy ! She's a darling !'' and then the
demented Conrey commenced te dance a
breakdown. " See here," he exclaimed,
beckoning te Mr. Staples and the reporter,
" I'll show you hew te solve it." He diew
a nail from his pocket and lifting his man
acled and bleeding hands high ever his
head he traced out sixteen squares en the
iron wall. " There is a thousand dellirs
reward for a solution of this puzzle," said
he, "and I have wen it. It is mine ! mine !
mine !" and then he commenced beating
his chest with his honed hands.
Mrs. Conrey was found in teais, lament
ing the trouble that had fallen upon her.,
"He is a kind, geed man. and he would
net harm a worm," said she. " My hus
band has net touched a drop of drink
since Christmas, Ne, sir, there was no
family trouble te upset his mind ; it is all
owing te that game of 15."
Later in the day Conrey' s shrieks could
be heard through the heavy doers, and
when the reporter steed again in front of
his cell the man came forward in a nude
condition, he having tern oft every strip
of clothing from his body. "Jesus "Jesus
Jeseph Mary. Jeseph Mary Jesus.
Mary Jesus Jeseph," he yelled in a
voice that rang through the iron corrideis
and made the prisoners turn pale. " Who
says I cannot de it lies ! He lies ! He lies !
Oh, the world is all made of squares."
He executed another pas de deux with his
bare feet and then commenced te beat
upon the bars again.
"Speaking of duck sheeting en St. Clair
Flats, " sighed an old citizen as he took a
scat in a gun stoic yesterday, "I don't
think theie are as many birds up there as
theie was ten or fifteen years age. Why,
sir, the channels used te be just black
with 'em, and they were se tame that you
could knock 'em en the head. "
Everybody sighed te think these geed
old days and ducks could never return,
and the veteran hunter continued :
"I remember I was out one day in
April. I get in among the bipeds, and
hew many de you suppose I counted ?"
" Three hundred, " ventured one of the
audience after a long interval.
"Thieo hundred!" Why, I always
killed ever a thousand every time I went
out ! Ne, sir, I counted ever 16,000 great
big, fat, plump, delicious ducks, and then
I had enlv counted these en ene side of
the beat !"
" Hew long did it take you?"
"I don't knew, sir, I had no watch with
me. Time is nothing te a man counting
ducks. I counted aloud, and when the
ducks were small I counted two for one.
By and by I get tired of counting aud get
ready for the slaughter."
"Hew many did you kill?"
"Well, new, I suppose I could lie about
it and say I killed nine or ten hundred,
but I'm getting tee near the grave for that.
Ne, I didn't kill a blasted one, and that's
where the strange part of the ttery comes
in. When I bciran te lift that guu gun up
these ducks knew what I was up teju-t as
well as a human being, and what did they
de? Why, sir, about 300 of 'em made a
dive, swam under the beat, ana raisea en
her pert side at once and upset her ! Yes,
sir, they did, and there I was in the North
Channel, in ten feet of water, beat upset,
night coming en and I in my wet
" Well, I climbed up en the bottom of
the beat, floated five miles, aud was pick
ed up by two Indians. We towed that up
set beat te an island, and here another
curious thing come in. Under the beat
were 304 large, plump ducks. They had
been caucrht there when sue upset, ami an
we had te de was te haul 'em out and rap
'em en the head."
" Why, why didn't they dive down and
get from under the beat?" asked an ama
teur duck shooter.
"Why, didn't they, sir why didn't
they ? Well, sir, I might have asked 'em
why they didn't, but it was late, a cold
wind had sprung up, and I didn't feel like
talking. All that 1 knew is that I counted
ever 10,000 ducks, was upset, captured 201
aud have affidavits here in my wallet te
prove everything 1 have stated. Dees any
man here want te see the documents ?"
Ne man did. They all looked out of the
windows and wondered if they could lie
that way when they bad pasted three-score
years. Jt Prtu.
In the Clntcli of an Octopus.
The following is the manner in which a
direr in Australia was attacked by one of
these monsters, as graphically described
by the victim in the Melbourne Argut :
" Having thrust my arm into a hole, I
found that it was held by something ; the
action of the water was stirring up the
clay, and therefore I could net see dis
tinctly for a few minutes ; but when it did
clear away, I saw te my horror the arm of
a large octopus entwined around mine
like a boa-constrictor. Just then he
lixed some of his suckers en the
back of my hand, and the pain
was intense. I felt as if my hand was
being pulled te pieces, and the mere I tried
te take it away the greater the pain be
came ;. and from past experience I knew
this would be useless. I had the greatest
difficulty in keeping my feet down, as the
air rushed along the interior of my dress
and inflated it ; and if my feet had get
uppermost I should seen have become in
sensible ; and if I had given the signal te
be pulled up the brute would have held en
and the chances would have been that I
should have had a broken arm. I had a
hammer by me, but could net reach down
te get it. There was a small iron bar
about five feet from me, and with my feet
I dragged this along until I could reach
it with my left hand. And new the light
commenced ; the mere I struck him the
tighter he squeezed, until my arm get
quite benumbed. After awhile I found the
grip relax a little, but he held en until
I had almost cut him te pieces, when he
relaxed his held from the rock and I pulled
him up. I was completely exhausted,
having been in that position for ever
twenty minutes. I brought the animal up,
or rather part of it. We laid him out,
and he measured ever eight feet across ;
and I am convinced that this fellow
could have held down five or six men,"
Geerge Smith's Confession.
Tallin: Hew no Murdered Farmer Miller at
the Wife's suggestion.
Geerge Smith, confined in the Williams Williams
pert jail en the charge of killing Andrew
Miller, learning that Mrs. Miller and her
children had made statements charging
him with the murder, has made a full con
fession of his guilt. He states that, hav
ing decoyed the old man te the barn
by making a noise, he laid in
wait with a piece of hard weed
edgings, live feet in length, and
struck him a powerful blew en the
b.ck of the head, which felled him te the
ground. The old man only exclaimed :
" Oh !" a few times, when he struck him
again and he was dead. He then went te
the house, get a clothesline from Mrs.
Miller, which she had all ready for him,
returned and swung Miller up in the
barn all alone. He then went te the house
and told the woman all about it. "She cau cau cau
tioned the children te say nothing about
their father's murder. They have both
confessed, however, and their statements
agree with that of Smith, se that the story
el the atrocious crime is complete, smitn
claims that the woman insisted that he
should murder her husband, suggested the
plan te decoy him out of the house, and
proposed hanging him up with the clothes
line te allay suspicion and fixed upon that
night for the commission of the crime.
jiti,zixj:jit axj trixmixes.
We arc new receiving daily all the Latest
Styles ami Novelties in
Bennets, Feathers, Flowers and Fancy
Keep the Largest Stock, the Latest Styles and
i'liii-ft lioeil-, at the Lewest I'ricus in our citv.
J-I'.utteu Lisle Gloves, 10, 12 anil l.c. 'Miami
Li-le Gleve. 24, :W ami Hec. 3-Hanl Lisle
Gloves, 2, :S0 ami Sic. KM Gloves, 50c, 75c, $1 00
ami $1.2" per pair. Fer a Goeil Ulevu j;e te
IIAUGllTON'a. i'er a lland&eina
CREPE HAT OR B0MET
pe te UAUGIITON'S, for tlicy keen them from
$.2.00. $2.7."). $.!.")0. $1.87 up. Crepe Veil-). Finest
Dualities. SL.W, $.J.."i0. $4 75. $G.V) anil $3.00 apiece.
tar the Clieape-t anil IJctt Crepes jje te
HAUGHTON'S. If jeu want Ilandaeui
Fer $1.00, $1.10 awl $1.2-" RO te HAUGHTON'S.
If ou want the FinetSatins, Ail Sh.ules, lrem
$1.00 te $1.25. j;e te HAUGHTON'S, for they
kc p the Finest Stock in the city.
II you want te see a Fine Variety of
Black Silk Fringes,
for 23, 35. 50. C2 and 73c, FINE SADDLEK'S
SILK FKINGKS. lrem 50c te $1.50 per yanl,
UUASS FltlNGES. for 35. 50. 62, 87c ami $1.50
per varil, COLORED FRINGES, in all the New:
Hindi's, at 50, 73c awl $1.00 per yard. Fer
Fringe3 no te HAUGHTON'S.
FINE LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS,
5, G. 8. 10c and up. BORDERED HANDKEK
CHIEFfc. 8, 10, 15 and 25c. Wide Laces. 5, G and
8c. Brctnnne Laces. 10, 15, 23 and 50c. Fine
Landauck Laces, 20, 25 and 50c. Fine Em
broideries fiem 5c te $i00 per yard, Ladies,
ter the Finest Vuricty of
lilery anil Tiiiis,
I. A. HAUGHTON'S,
Se. 35 N0KTH QUEEN ST.,
Fer they keep the Best Stock in the city.
re UXDEHS AXD MA CUINISTS.
SHOP ON PLUM STREET,
Opposite ihe Locomotive Webxs.
The subscriber centinu te manufacture
BOILERS AND &TBAM ENGINES,
Fer Tanning and ether purpesM ;
Sheetriren Werk, and
t&- Jobbing promptly attended te.
auglS-lyd JOHN BEST.
lUtY LOCHKE'i UOttHSTJtUr.
THE GRAND DEPOT
IS THE LARGEST RETAIL HOUSE in the United States,
exclusive of New Yerk City. It carries DOUBLE THE
STOCK of any Retail Heuse in Philadelphia.
Buyers are Sure of Seeing the LARGEST ASSORT
MENT of Newest Goods. A System of Business is ob
served that Ensures PERFECT SATISFACTION.
A CORDIAL INVITATION is Extended te all who
The New Stock for Spring is Just Opened.
13th Street, Market te Chestnut,
NEW YORK STORE.
fATT, SHAN! 4 COMPANY
HAVE REMOVED TO
8 AKD 10 EAST KING- ST.,
STIRK'S CHINA HALL BUILDING.
SPRING DRESS GOODS!
SPRING DRESS GOODS!
SPRING DRESS GOODS!
HAGER & BROTHER
Are new epeninj NEW SPUING DRESS GOODS in all the Lateit Shade
NOVELTIES IN FRENCH DRESS GOODS!
NOVELTIES IN ENGLISH DRESS GOODS!
FULL LINES OF AMERICAN DRESS GOODS!
French Grenadine. Plain and Lace Buntings, Cretonnes, Chintzes, Canten Press Ging
hams and i-eei -inker. Black Cashmeie Silks, in all qualities, lrem 75e. te $1.25 per yard. Celer
ed bilku, nuw bliadcs, Triiiiinini; silks, Satins aud Peking.
Ofhest make, imported in all qualities. Silk Warp. Henriettas, Crepe Cleth and Tainisr.
Genulw Kid Gloves lrem 2 tee button, in Itl.ick Celers. White ami Opera hhudes. Lisle
Gloves, 2, .5 ami 4 Elastics, Lisle Gloves. Lice Tep. Silk Gloves, BUek and Celers, 2, J and 4
Elastic. White Goods, Lacu Goens, Hosiery and Corsets.
J. B. MARTIN & CO.
ARE NOW OFFERING SPECIAL VALUE IN
Black Silks and Black Cashmeres.
Our lines efthrse geed were selected with Great Care, and ler Excellent Colerand Dura
bility of Wear they aia unexcelled.
DRESS GOODS. DRESS GOODS.
LATEST NOVELTIES FOR SPRING "WEAR.
FINE FANCY HOSIERY!
Fer Ladle, Genu and Children,
OUR DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT
Contains all the Favorite Brands or Muslins. Shcetinps, Tickings. Linen Damask". Ac, which
wb are selling at Lew Prices. Carpets, Wall Paper, Queens are, Oil Cleths alid Prime I cathers
J. B. MARTIN & CO.
EDW. J. ZAHM, Jeweler,
AMERICAN & FOREIGN WATCHES,
Sterling Silfer and SilTer-Plated Ware, '
Clocks, Jewelry aid Anil TinM Srectacles.
W e offer our patrons the benefit of our long experience In business, by which we are abl
te aid them in making the best use of their money in any department or our business. We
manufacture a large part et the goods e sell, and buy only lrem Firt-Clag Houses. Every
article sold accompanied with a bill stating its quality.
Watch and General Repairing given special attention.
S. E. BAILS.
S. E. BAIUY & Ce.,
CARRIAGES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION!
Offlee and "Warerooms, 430 and 432 North Queen Street.
431 and 433 Market Street, Lancaster, Pa.
We are new ready-for SPRING TRADE, with a Fine Assortment of
Bodies, Ganlaps, Pfcaeis, nt ffapns, &c.
Ilaving purchased our stock for cash, before the recent advance, we are enabled te efler
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS IN PRICE. We will keep in stock BUGGIES OF ALL. GRADES
and PRICES te suit all classes et customers. SPECIAL BABGAUfS IK XAJUEKT WAGOVsT.
GiveaeaeaU. All work Tally warranted one rear.
Price Twe Cents.
UNDERWEAR. Light and Heavy Weight, for Ladles, Genta
of and Dealur li
- v i."