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Volume XVI-Ne. 204.
LANCASTER, PA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1880.
Price Twe Celts.
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BY STEINMAN Be EENSEL,
Intelligencer Building, Southwest Cerner of
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subscribers in the City of Lancaster unil sur
rounding towns, accessible by 1 lull read and
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year In advance : otherwise, $.
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second class mail matter.
JM-Tlie STEAM JOB PRINTING DErAKT
M EXT of this establishment possesses unsur
passed facilities for the execution of all klnls
nf riaiu and Kancv Printinc.
Wholesale and Retail Dealci in all kinds of
LUMBER AND COAL.
WYard: Ne. 420 North Water and Prince
stieets, above Lemen, Lancaster. n3-lyd
COAL! COAL! COALT COAL!
Ceal or the Went Quality put up expi cssly
Ter family use, and at the low
est market prices.
TRY A SAMPLE TON.
erg- YARD 150 SOUTH WATER ST.
nria-lyd PHILIP SCHUM, SOX & CO.
JUT RECEIVED A FINE LOT OF HALED
HAY AND STRAW, ut
M. F. STEIGERWALT & SON'S,
FLOUR, GRAIN AND COAL,
534 XOKTII WATER STREET.
e3-Wstem Fleur a Specialty. f-27-lyd
HAL! COAL!! REMOVAL!!!
RUSSEL & SHULMYEB
nave removed their Ceal Olllee from Ne. 15 te
Ne,22 EAST KING STREET, w hens they will
be pleased te wait en their Jricnds and guar
antee lull satisfaction.
rIen't forget Ne. 2i iipi3-lmdtaw
C0H0 & wTley,
3JI0 NORTH WATER ST., jAtiicnster, J'a.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealei s in
LUMBER AND COAL.
Alte, Contractors and ltuilders.
Estimates made and contracts undertaken
en all kinds el buildings.
Branch Oflice : Ne. 3 XORTH DUKE ST.
COAL ! - - - COAL ! !
GORREOHT & CO.,
Fer Geed and Cheap Ceal. Yaid Harrisburg
Pike. Office JU K:ist Chestnut Stixjct.
P. W. GORRKCIIT, Agt,
.1. P.. RILEY.
9 l W. A. KELLER.
nOOUS AND STATIONERY.
New, Plain and Fancy
Alse, Velvet and Esistlake
PICTURE FRAMES AND EASELS.
L. M. FLYNN'S
00K AXI) STATIONERY STORE,
Ne. 42 WEST KING STKEET.
A FIXE LINE OK
AM) FOR SALE AT THE BOOK STORE
JOM BIER'S SOUS,
15 and 17 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
-ITrilOLKSALi: AM RETAIL.
Ne. 227 NORTH PRINCE STREET.
CANNED FRUITS, viz: Peaches Pears,
J'iue Apple. Cherries. CaliterniaGreeu Gages,
Egg Plums, Nectarines, &c.
CANNED VEGETABLES, viz : Tomatoes
Cern, Green Peas, &c.
CANNED FISH, viz : Sardines, Fresh Sal,
jnen, Fresh Lebster, &c.
CONDENSED MILK. Eagle Brand.
CROSS & BLACKWELL'S Pickles and
Sauces. COXE'S Gelatine, MARGE F1IS Cel
ebrated Brand Macaroni, Latest Importation.
BAKER'S Breakfast Cocea and Ne. 1 Prcm
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS, viz:
Raisin-., Prunes, Figs, Prunellcs, Evaporated
Peaches, Apples, Cranberries, &c.
MISCELLANEOUS. Tapioca, Farina, Cern
Starch, Heminy, Peas and Beans, Barley, Rice
Fleur, Baking Penders, &c., at
D. S. RURSK'S,
Ne. 17 EAST KING STKEET.
A Wee af Merest te All !
NEW STOCK. NEW STORE.
NEW AND INCREASED FACILITIES.
By recent Improvement te my Ware Reems
they have been much enlarged and improved,
.and have just heen lilled with a New and Com
plete Assortment et Hand Made and ether
LATEST AND BEST DESIGNS.
I guarantee all my work and will make It te
your interest te call.
Repairing and Re-upholstering at short no
See. Picture Frames made te order, at
15 EAST KING STREET.
WALTER A. HEINITSH.
AH. McCANN, AUCTIONEER OF HEAL
. Estate and Personal Property. Orders
leti at Ne. 35 C liar lotto street, or at the Black
Herse Hetel, 44 and 46 North Queen street, will
receive prompt attention. Bills made eutand
ttendcU te without additional cost. e27-ly
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,
SPRING DRY GOODS
HAGER & BROTHER'S,
Ne. 25 WEST KING STREET, LANCASTER.
LADIES' DRESS GOODS!
kMn the Season in the New
GENTS' WEAR. GENTS' WEAR.
Spring Cheviots, French. English and American Suitings, and Clothing In Large Assert
went. Carpets, Linoleum ami Oil Cleths, China and Cocea Mattings anil Paper Hangings.
A Large anil Complete Sleck in all Departments, and at the Lewest Puce.
JCirCall and examine.
GRAND OPENING OP
New Spring Hosiery,
New Spring Gloves,
Parasols and Sunshades.
WATT, SHAND & COMPANY
Are new showing an assert uient in this department which cannot be excelled for VARIETY,
QUALITY AND CHEAPNESS. Ladies are invited te examine these goods and compaie price
with these el New Yeifc or Philadelphia. Just Opened an Elegant Line of
NOVELTY DRESS GOODS AT LOW PRICES.
NEW YORK STORE,
S AND 1 0 EAST KING STREET.
J. B. MARTIN7 & CO.
We arc showing entirely New Patterns, different from anything yet shown In this city.
II Desips for Parlors, Halls, &c, All Graias.
U'c have every grade, from the Finest Geld Embossed te Cheaper Papers. Having made
largc.centracts hefere the late advances, we are selling at
VERT LOW PRICES.
2Papers hung at short notice. Estimates made.
J. B. MARTIN & CO.
EDW. J. ZAHM, Jeweler,
AMERICAN & FOREIGN WATCHES,
Sterling Silver and Silvcr-Platcd Ware,
Clocks, Jew airy ml- Ami Tinted Spectacles.
V e offer our patrons the benefit of our long experience In business, by which we are able
te aid them in making the best use of their money in any department of our business. We
manufacture ft large part et the goods we sell, and buy only irem Fii-bt-Class Houses. Every
article sold accompanied with a bill stating Its quality.
ttB,First-Class Watch and General Repairing given special attention.
BROWNING'S C. & C. CORDIAL,
Fer COUGHS, COLDS, BRONCHITIS, HOARSENESS, TICKLING or DRYNESS
of the THROAT, SORE THROAT, COLD in the HEAD, CROUP, INFLU
ENZA, WHOOPING COUGH, COLD in the BOWEES, ASTHMATIC
COUGHS, and RELIEF OF CONSUMPTIVES.
Dr. BROWNING is a regular graduate of medicine, a skillful pharmacist, and a thorough
chemist. His " C. A C." (Cough and Celd) Cordial is net the result of mere chance', but of long
scientific research in chemistry and medicine, as is plainly seen by the rapidity of its action
and its unparalleled efficacy. The expense in its manufacture is at least live times as great as
that et any ether medicine upon the market, and yet it is sold at the exceedingly low price et
50c. JS" Sample bottles (for a short time only) 25c
W. CHAMPION BROWNING, M. D., Proprietor,
117 AKCH STREET, PHILADELPHIA, PA.
49-FOB SALE BT THE PROPRIETOR AND ALL DRUGGISTS.
Spring Shales. White Goe Is, Laces, Hosiery
HAGER Sl BROTHER.
WEDNESDAY EVEN'G, APRIL 28, 1880.
DOWN Ijt DIXIE. "
MISREPRESENTING THE SOUTH.
A Southern . Newspaper en Alleged Sectien.il
Animosity It Has its Sele Existence
"in the Minds" or Partisan Dema
gogues The True State of Feed
ing in the Southern States.
THE SPIRIT OP THE JSOUTH.
Ex-Confederate Congressmen and Union
Pensions The Zeal et Democrats in
Congress in Behalf of Disabled
Soldiers An Acknowledg
ment from a Parti
VARIOUS TOPICS Of INTEREST.
Seme Curious Legal Definitions M. Say and
llht New Yacht.
Partisan Misrepresentation of the Seuth.
The New Yerk Herald en Tuesday took
the Seuth te task for the alleged crime of
net readily and heartily encouraging im
migration. It says that "the Millcn and
smarting feeling" which naturally suc
ceeded defeat has worn away tee slowly.
What the Seuth needed most te huild it
up was northern immigration and capital.
These were eager te go te the Seuth, hut
were net encouraged. The charge is that
incoming neithcru people were met with
" social ostracism, political violence and
un neighborly hostility." The Seuth did
net recognize "the obligation of hospital
ity" towards its late enemies. This ac
cusation of the Herald's is an indictment
which should net have been brought. It
is unjust in spirit and is falsified by the
record. If the Southern people can be ac
cused of anything in this relation, they
should rather be charged with an unneces
sary and absurd courtship of Northern
people and undue subservience te North
ern opinion. Net sulleuness, but an uneasy
and eager desire te conciliate has been the
fault, if any fault exists. "What Grant said
of the Southern people after his first visit
te the Seuth proves this. The famous
Philadelphia convention proved it. The
coalition with the liberal Republicans and
the nomination of Greeley proved it. The
break in party lines when the hist elector
al vote was counted proved it. The ova
tions given te every public man who visits
the Seuth from the North prove it. The
Seuth has been painfully conscious of its
poverty and that it is being ruined by a
land surfeit. It has been eager te bring in
capital, te invite emigrants among whom
it might divide up its great tracts of idle
land in order te insure their cultivation
and improvement. It would be suicide te
prevent these from coming by ill-treatment.
Ner lias the Seuth neglected its
duty of hospitality. On this point there
is recent testimony that is in sti iking con
trast with what the Herald says. The
Rev. Dr. Talmagc, of Brooklyn, who has
just returned from a lectming tour in the
Seuth, last Sunday preached en the mis mis
representatiens.which have been persist
ently made against the Seuth. There" is no
better proof than these afforded, Dr. Tal
niage thinks that American politics are
rotten, -and it is his opinion that if half a
dozen politicians North and Seuth would
only consent te die, there would be no
mere sectional animosity. " It would only
be a case for the undertaker. We would
gladly fit up the catafalque and play tlie
' Rogue's March.' " Dr. Talmage said :
" I found while Seuth the most perfect
proof that the bulk of the stories we get
heie in the North, distilled by special cor
respondents, are sheer fabrications, and
most pcisistcnt attempts te misrepresent
the real character of a large section of our
people. There is no mere need of govern
mental espionage at Charleston and Sa
vannah and the ether Southern cities than
than there is in New Yerk or Bosten."
Dr. Talmagc shows the felly of imagining
that any of the Southern people desire a
restoration of slavery. On the contrary,
he says, they are all heartily glad te get
rid of it. "Put it te the ballet in the
Seuth whether or net they would have
again the system which prevailed before
the war, and you would get a thundering
negative. The fight for slavery closed six
teen years age, and these Northern politi
cians who keep the subject of Ameri
can slavery still rolling might as
well try te make the Derr rebellion
in Rhede Island or the attempt of Aaren
Burr te found an empire the test for our
fall election. The whole subject of Amer
ican slavery is dead and damned." Dr.
Talmage denies and laughs at the stories
of brutality te colored mcu and their mal
treatment, and he declares that the female
clerks in the retail stores en Fulteu street,
New Yerk, need sympathy much mere
than the workers of the rice swamp or the
sugar plantation. As te the tales of North
ern people at the Seuth being kukluxed or
made uncomfortable, Dr. Talmage ex
presses his opinion of tbein in a Greeley
isin : " It is a lie," he says. Only feels
and braggarts, who would be ridden en a
rail in any community, are obnoxious te
the Seuth, which is very solicitous te get
all the labor and immigration it can se
cure. " A Brooklyn man is as geed as a
Mebileman," says Dr. Talmage, " if he
behaves himself. There is net a mere hos
pitable people in the world than the people
of the Seuth." Dr. Talmage said he had a
general invitation te Northern workers te
go Seuth, improve the resources of the
country, and make themselves rich. "Step
cursing the Seuth," he said : " step lying
about her, and go down there and develop
her immense resources of mining and for
est." He concluded by declaring that he
almost wished for an invasion of foreign
arms, te let the world see what a united
people we are at heart, and hew Federals
and Confederates would march shoulder
te shoulder against the common fee.
Remarkable Fate of Four Beys.
Columbia, S. C, Register.
In 1853 four gentlemen entered their
sons at a bearding school at Cokesbury,
S. C. They had for years been intimate
friends and clergymen in the Methodist
church. These boys remained at this
school, room-mates and class-mates, and
entered "WofFerd college, standing rela
tively, first, second, third and fourth
in a large. class. They remained at
this institution four years, were room
mates all the time, graduating rela
tively first, second, third and fourth. They
then entered a law office at Spartanburg
and studied law under the same chancel
lor. The war broke out and at the call
for troops they all entered Jenkins's rifle
regiment from Seuth Carolina and were
mess-mates in the same company. Being
near the same height they steed together
as comrades in battle in this regiment. At
the second battle of Manassas,- Au
gust, 18C4, a shell from the en
emy's batteries fell in the ranks of
this company, killed these four boys and
none ether in the company. They are hur
ried en the same battle field and sleep to
gether in the same grave. Their names
were Capers, McSwain, Smith and Dun
can, and they were the sous of Bishop
Capers, Rev. Drs. McSwain and Smith, of
Seuth Carolina, and Rev. Mr. Duncan, of
Virginia, of Randolph-Macen college.
Curious Legal Definitions.
The law has taken pains particularly te
define some words and expressions the
meaning of which would seem quite ap
parent, and has drawn some line distinc
tions in definition.
In the Maine case of McCarthy against
Portland the court say in illustration of
the meaning of the word "traveler":
"A boy may be within the statute while
running uppn the street, if tfeing te or re
turning from school ; but net se if partici
pating in a game of ball, being carried en
at the time in the highway. He might be
a traveler, perhaps, under some circum
stances, while sliding down hill en his
way te school ; but net if merely engaged
in sliding down hill as a pastime and
sport." In Britten against Cummington
Massachusetts it was left te the jury te
say whether a person driving en a highway
ceased te be a "traveler" for the time, by
leaving his horse and wagon, and picking
berries at the roadside.
It is perfectly well-settled that a deg is
net a person. A 3Iichigan statute li
censed " any person " te kill a deg going
at large and net licensed or cellared. In
an action te recover for the killing of
plaintiffs deg by delendant's deg it was
held no defence that plaintiffs deg was net
licensed and cellared, as defendant's deg
was net a "person."
That a wife may at the same time be a
" widow " is held in Georgia railroad ami
bank ng company against Garr. This was
where a statute gave a "widew7' a right of
action for the homicide of her husband,
and it was held that such light was net di
gested by her marriage subsequent te
the commencement of the action. " The
weid 'widow' indicates the person, net the
state, and is used synonymous with wife,"
say the court. The court seems te lay
stress en the fact that the widow had
waited a " suitable time," as the women
phrase it. " This young woman waited
some four years," exclaimed the court, in
admiration, " and then, in no het haste,
but decently, and after a long widowhood,
comparatively, married again." And se
she get a new husband and $7,000 for the
In Kennen against King Mentana the
court refused te sulify itself by pretending
net te knew that "poker" is a game of
chance, remarking that theie is "no rea
son for calling proof as te the meaning of
this word that would net apply with equal
propriety te the words deed, lease, con
tract, city and church."
In state of Louisiana against Helmes,
we find a definition of "druggist." It
was there held that where a license is re
quired te carry en the business of a drug
gist, one cannot sell drugs and medicines
under a license as a ictail merchant, al
though "diuggist properly means one
who buys and sells drugs without com
pounding or preparation." The term,
therefore, has a much mere limited and
restricted meaning that the weid "apoth
ecary." In another case the defendant
was indicted for selling liquor without li
cense : had dry goods en one side of his
shop and drugs en the ether ; he was re
quited as a merchant te be licensed, but
as a druggist he could sell in quantities
less than a quart without license. The
court charged that if he was a merchant
and unlicensed, and sold less than a quart,
he was guilty, unless he was "a druggist,
in geed faith, and his business was com
pounding and selling drugs," etc. This
was held an error, because it confined
the business of an apothecary or retail
druggist te one who actually compounds
"Trade" is defined in Enceo against
Dunn Connecticut, where it was held
that the horses and cart of one carting
coal is net exempt as "implements of a
debtor's trade." The ceuit says: "By
the word trade, as used in this statute, we
suppose is meant the business of a me
chanic, strictly speaking, as the business
of a carpenter, blacksmith, silversmith,
printer, or the like."
Under the statute of exemptions, a musie
teacher's piano has been held as an " im
plement of business ;" se a fisherman's
net and beat as "tools;" and se a fiddler's
fiddle and bow ; a canal boatman's tow
line ; an iron founder's patterns.
" Contiguous " means in actual close
contact ; se buildings fifty feet apart are
Worcester defines " auctioneer " as " one
whose business is te offer property for sale
at auction." But in the City of Geshen
against Kern Indiana it is held that one
who only sells his own goods may be an
The word " pants " is net recognized by
lexicographer nor by anybody but
"gents," and yet in state of Louisiana
against Jehnsen it is held that au indict
ment for stealing a pair of pants is geed.
The court says, "the word, pants has com
pletely superseded the word pantaloons."
Seven is "several." The court in an
Alabama case said "several" means
mere than two, but net very many, and in
cludes seven. Albany Laic Journal.
Confederate Congressmen and Union
The zeal and devotion of the Democratic
party in Congress in behalf of disabled
soldiers entitled te pensions, arc se marked
that they call forth praise, even from such
partizan Republicans as Frye of Maine.
In a speech a few age in opposition te Cef-
froth's Mexican pension bill, Mr. Fi ye paid
this just tribute te the effort of the major
ity te de justice te Union soldiers :
" I say for myself that I cannot help ad
miring the spirit of gentlemen en the ether
side who voted for our pension bills, who
give their time and attention te this mat
ter of pensions, who vote te appropriate
for these pensions something like $40,000,
000 a year. I accord my admiration te the
gentleman from Pennsylvania, Mr. Cof Cef
froth, chairman of the committee en in
valid pensions. J have nothing te say
against the gentlemen who have been in
the rebellion. They come up like men and
vote for pensions for our soldiers. I put
my opposition te this bill upon one single
ground that we are asked te pension men
who have no need of pensions. If the gen
tlemen in charge of this bill will se amend
it that only these who are needy, or sick,
or infirm, shall draw pensions, I will vote
for this pension hill whether it pension
men who have recently been in the rebel
lion or net.
On the same day General Hunten, of
Virginia, who was a prominent and
able Confederate leader, moved a suspen
sion of the rules te pass the bill for the
increase of the metropolitan force of the
District of Columbia, when Cenger, of
Michigan, said "that should net pass. It
provides for changing the law for the
appointment of Union soldiers as patrol
men en metropolitan police force." In
reply te this Gen. Hunten said :
"I only want two minutes te reply te
the gentleman. I de net mean te agree
that the remarks made by the gentleman
from Michigan shall go abroad te the
country through the Eecerd of this Heuse
without a reply and an explicit denial.
He has stated here, sir, that this bill is an
attack en the Union soldiers, and that
every bill from this side of the Heuse con
tains an attack en these soldiers. Ne
Union soldier new en this police force is
displaced by the previsions et this bill. 1
take it for granted that there isne ether gen
tleman en that side of the Heuse, or in this
Heuse who believes me capable of making
an attack upon the Union soldiers. And I
wish te say further that this side of the
Heuse is incapable of doing se; for we
stand here year after year and vote $40,
000,000 pension te these Union soldiers of
the United States."
Mr. Town.hend,ef Iil., added '-ever $60,
000,000," and bis statement passed unchal
lenged. The Republicans delight te style
this the "Confederate Congress," and yet
in the whole history of their domination
in Congress they cannot point te a record
like this in devotion te the cause of the
defenders of the Union.
31. Say's Xcw Yacht.
Interesting Description of the Little Steam
er That will Take the Distinguished
Traveler Around the World
Hew She Will lie Equipped
M. Henri Say, the wealthy French bank
er and traveler, is still sojourning in Balti
more with his family and lias expressed
himself as very much delighted with
Maryland. He remains en beard his yacht
the Hcnricttc, which is lying en Winan's
wharf, in the Spiing Gardens, and only
pays a visit te the city about once a week.
He says he much prefers the cuisine of his
French cooks en beard his little steamer
than the fare of any hotel in the city, no
matter if their cooks are imported or their
dinners prepared a la Francaise. During
the past month the Hcnricttc has been en
a tour down the Chesapeake bay and M.
Say and his wife arc much pleased with
the reception they met with from the
Eastern Sheremen and the ether parties
they eticeuntercd along the bay. M Say
will remain here until his new steam yacht
new being built by Messrs. Malstcr&
Rcany, is completed. The new vessel when
finished will cost ever $200,000 and is be
ing constructed with a view te beauty,
comfort and speed. The dimension will
be 240 feet in length ever .all, 31 feet 6
inches beam and 20 feet depth of held.
She will be built, of weed, the frame
being of the best Virginia white oak and
the plankings and ceilings, of Georgia
yellow pine. All of the fastenings
from one feet above deep lead line te
keel will be of copper and the ethers of
galvanized iron, lhe sheathing will be of
hard-rolled copper and out-and-out the
vessel will be constructed te be classified
14 years 3 3, L 1, 1, in the Bureau Veritas.
There will be no obstruction en deck, ex
cept the smoking-room and the pilot-house,
which will be built of the finest mahogany,
which will also be used for all the frames
for the skylights and the combings. She
will be fitted with a steam-steering gear
aft, with telegraphic communication from
the latter te the former. There will be a
steam windlass and a steam winch amid
ships for heisting sail and hauling ship.
The yacht will be full bark rigged and
carry six beats, one of which will be a
steam launch, 28 feet long. Te Mb aft of
the machinery will be the private saloon,
cabin and state rooms, which will be fur
nished in elegant style and connect with
several bath and toilet rooms. Frem this
saloon, which is between decks, there will
be a passage-way leading forward te the
dining saloon. Stairways will connect the
private saloon and the dining-room with
the main deck aft and the smoking
saloon feward. Tlic mess and state-rooms
for six officers will be forward be
yond the dining saloon and the crew will be
accommodated in the fercastle. The
saloons and cabins will be lighted by two
large sky-lights as well as side-lights. There
will be four water tight bulkheads, and
the one between the machinery and saloon
will have heavy felt between the double
linings te deaden the noise of the machin
ery. The lower held will be fitted up for
coal bunkers and store-rooms, the former
large enough te accommodate 300 tens of
coal. Water tanks with a capacity of 10.
000 gallons and a splendid condenser for
making fresh water will also be provided
for in the held. The yacht will be pro
pelled by compound engines, having a 28
inch diameter of cylinder and 50x33 inches
stroke. The engines will be supplied with
independcntair-circulatingand feed pumpp,
with boilers of 80-pounds pressure, cap
able of supplying steam for 80 revolutions
a minute. The propeller will be of brass
13 feet in diameter, with blades belted te
the hub, and will have a pitch of 20 feet.
"When going at full speed about 20 tens of
coal will be consumed daily. Messrs.
Malstcr & Reany state that the new Hen
riette will when finished be one of the
finest crafts afloat, as no pains or expense
are being spared te accomplish this result.
The vessel'will be completed about the 1st
of August, when the traveler will resume
his tour areud the world.
FOR SALE OH REM.
On THURSDAY, APRIL 2D, will be sold
at IJ30 Nei th Queen street, all the Household
Goetl-t and Kitchen Furniture, the contents of
'J rooms. Sale te commence at 1 o'clock p. in.
. The second story of Eslilemnn & Rath
vim's Ranking Heuse, at Centre Square, and
also a room en second story, opposite the
I'enn'a R. R. Depot, en Chestnut street.
R. F. ESHLEMAN.
12.1-2td&Stl Atterncy-at Law
One room. Ne. 43K North Queen street.
suitable for photograph gallery, formerly ec
cupied by J. s. saurman. Apply te
A COLLAR FACTORY AND LEATHER
STORE FOR RENT. A well Established
Cellar Factory and Leather Stere for rent.
Alse suitable for any ether business. Apply te
f25-Tu,Tli&Stfd JOHN A. SHORER.
EXECUTOR'S SALE OP HOUSEHOLD
and Kitchen. Furniture. On FRIDAY,
APRIL 30, 1880, at Ne. 122 North Mary street
Lancaster city, Pa., will be sold the following,
te wit: Several Redroem Sets of Furniture,
Second-hand Piane, Leeking Glasses, Tables,
Chairs, Reds and Redding, Carpets, Glass,
Queensware and Tinware, and ether articles
tee numerous te memtien. Sale te commence
at 'J o'clock sharp. EDWARD FRANKE,
Sam'l Hess & Sex, Aucts. apr23-4td
WM. P. FRAILEY'S
MONUMENTAL MARBLE WORKS
7S8 Nerm yneen Street, Lancaster, Pa.
MONUMENTS, HEAD AND FOOT STONES,
CEMETERY LOTS ENCLOSED, Ac.
All work guaranteed and satisfaction given
n every particular.
N. 15. Remember, works at the extreme end
f North Queen street. ml
HENRY A. RILEY
Attorney and Counseller-at-Law
21 Park Rew, New Yerk.
Collections made in all parts of the United
States, and a general legal business transacted.
Refers by permission t Stein man A HenseL.
rrnRY lecher'3 renowned
HOSIERY, VXDERWJCAX, MC
Monday, April 26,
will eraa ah
ENTIRELY NEW LINE
Ladies', Gents' and Children's
Of the Latest Designs anil Finest Quality,
which they will sell at
LADIES' White and Unbleached Hese, Full
Regular Made, Deuble Heels and Tees 19c
Iren Frame Hese, Full Regular Made 28 e
Handsome Frent Embroidered Rulbrlggana
19c per pair.
UNBLEACHED BALBRIGGANS, Silk
Clocked, Full Regular Made, Deuble Heela
and Tees, French Finish, 25c per pair.
Extra Fine qnallty 34 cents worth 40 cents.
FANCY COLORED HOSIERY,
FIXE EMBROIDERED UOSIERT,
CHILDREN'S Pill Striped Stockings, Fnll
Regular Made,Finu Quality, 5, 8,24ctperpalr
Infant's Fancy Striped Cotten Socks, 5 te 7
inches, Full Regular Made, 19c per pair.
Infant's Socks, Regular Made, in Plain
Pin Striped ...27e
Children's Lisle Thread Hese, Open Worked
in Cardinal, Navy Blue and Sual Brown Pin
GENTS' Full Regular Made Half Hese, Ue per
Full Regular Made, Deuble Heels and Toes.lTe
Rest British naif Hese, Full Regular Made,
Super Stout. 21c per pair.
FancySecks, Feil Regular Made, Light and
Dark, 23c per pair, -worth 35c.
Plain and Hem-stitched, White and Colored
Bordered in great variety.
Hem-stitched Handkerchiefs, Jail Linen,
Ladles', Gents' and Children's Gloves of all
Styles, Sizes and Colen.
One Full Elastic 13c
Twe Full Elastic 15c .
Three Full Elastic.
Lace Tep 23c
Full Regular Made Gloves a Specialty.
Ladies', Gents' and Children's
IN ALL GRADES.
Half and Leng Sleeves,
13 EAST KING STREET,
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