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LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER. SATURDAY MAY 29, 1880
SATUBDAY EVENING. MAY 29, 1880.
Fer tbe Isteixieencer.
OUR FALLKN HEROES.
Hener Deck the Turf That Wraps Tlieir
" Soldier, rest! thy vrarlarc o'er,
Sleep tli! sleep that knows net breaking.
Dream of battle fields no mere.
Days of danger, nights of waking,"
Tbe sword sometimes determines that
which neither statesmanship nor diplo
macy can accemplibh. It cannot, 'it i
true, determine any principle of riyht in n
government or between nations any mere
than it can settle a question of policy in :i
government or between nations, without
reference te the justice or expediency el
that policy. France appealed te the arbi
trament of arms, and the great war pewei
of Europe was compelled te accept the
dismembermemt of Alsace and Lerraine.
Paris insisted upon war, and the commune
despoiled the galleries of ait and destroyed
the Column Vendemc, which spoke se
eloquently of the jnaitial glory of tbe
eraji.e. It may be that tbe French
nation will yet rake from the askes
that smeulder in the hearth a flame
that will blaze in a thousand camp
fires, but just beyond the Jura mountains
will be Prussia, conscious of her strength
and proud in the power of her might. It
is certain that for this day, and for this
generation, France must accept of the leg
islation of war. The Seuth appealed te
arms, and whatever may have been the
teaching of the earlier statesman of the
power of a state te dissolve its relations
with the general government, it has been
decreed by the bayonet, and written in
bleed, that the unity of the republic must
be maintained. The ruined haiber of
Charleston, the dismantled Sumter, and
the wasted and burned cities of the Seuth,
spoke of the evils that Hew from nullilica nullilica
tien. Iiut the United States cannot afibid te
wear crape ever the dead issues of se
cession and human slavery. The
issues of the war, the prejudices begotten
of color, the interests intensified by sec
tionalism, must be forgotten in the better
idea of humanity and country. The men
whose memories are this day commemo
rated are some of the grandest figures in
history the American seldici s.
"On faint's eternal camping gieund
Their silent tents are spread.
While honor guards with solemn round.
The bivouac et the dead."
Their memory is preserved net in pat ty
platforms, but in the grateful recollections
of the whole people, who te-day, in fitting
tributes, commemorate the fame of these
who died for their country. Hew many
fend recollections will bu centered around
the heaitsef many who te-d.iy stand by
the graves of these who, less than a score
of ycai saga marched by tlieir side be
neath the same starry ll.ig, keeping time
te the music of the Union! There are
many whose maimed bodies tell hew much
it cost them te save that starry fiag.
Many a gray-haired father an A mother,
who have walked with bowed heads for
nearly a score of yeais, will net forget hew
great te them was the cost of a restored
Union. And many a widow in solitude,
and orphan, who is alone, cau tell, if they
will, the i ieh saci ilicc that was laid for
them upon their country's altar.
There are tienc who will keep his just
meed fieiu the great soldier who was re
cently the guest of our principal cities.
There are uenc who did net welcome him
home fiem his visit around the weild, and
none who did net feel th.it old prejudices,
growing out of political antagonisms, were
fast disappearing under the intlucncc of
his modest manners and republican sim
plicity in the presence of Uuiepeau luxury
and cistern magnificence. He was Ameri
ca's here, 1 etui net! unspoiled from contact
with the splendor and powers of ths old
nations. lJut where is the Anieican who
has read with patience the speeches and
flattei ies of which he has been the subject
and object since his return home? Fiem
every one who has net grown entirely un
Anieiican there arises a pretest against a
continuance of such things. Amongst the
throngs that attended Grant's receptions
were te lie found men who have paid a
higher price for the saved republic than he.
Call the roil of the living, and lrem eveiy
city and town, and fiem every hill and
valley, you will get responses justly claim
ing a share of the honors of the war.
New call the long loll of the dead !
They fell in the valley of the Missis
sippi, en the dark and bloody ground of
Kentucky, among the mountains of Ten
nessee, in the swamps of the Carolina",
in the tangled undeibiush of the Wilder
ness and Richmond. They sleep mound
the little church at Shiloh ; they fell en
that dreadful day at Chick.imauga ; they
perished en the long match te the sea ;
they gave up tlieir lives iu the bleed-stained
thickets en the way te Richmond ; tin y
rode into death with Sheridan in the valley
of the Sheuaude.ih,and they wasted awaj by
lingering disease in camp and hospital.
Aud the sobbing winds, laden with far-off
voices, will rebuke the insensibility that
awards te one man the credit of a triumph
the graves of these dead heroes wet c digged
At the last stages of the war it was
Gen. Grant's geed fortune te command
armies of veterans led by veteran officers.
With his success or failure was bound up
the success or failure of the Union cause.
In the presence of the liual struggle criti
cism was hushed, and every possible aid
was extended te him by the administration
of Lincoln and the country. Victory
crowned the efforts of the army, and the
rebellion was crushed. The people in
tlieir gratitude put aside all of their
trained statesmen, and crowned its leader
with the highest honors, and placed him
side by side with Washington. With this
let him be content. There let the business
of ciewning cease. The limit of two
terms was established by him who was
"fust in war, liist in peace, aud first in
the hearts of his countrymen."
Its wisdom is illustrated in
all of our history, and it forms new the
only bulwark we have against executive
aggression. There is before the people of
the United States a career of unparalleled
grandeur or unparalleled shame. Shall
they hesitate because of cewaidice, or re
treat because of unjust condemnation?
There are hands beckoning onward ; there
arc voices calling for us te cast aside the
idea of building a monarchy en the foun
dation of a republic, and fellow in the
footsteps of the " Father of his Country,"
who, with thousands of ether departed
heroes, is looking down upon us. Fer if
we forget these who died for us probably
Ged mav forget us. Effie Ream.
Lancaster, Pa., May 29, 1880.
T G. A. Dixen, Frankville, Out., says : " I was
curcoef Chronic Urenchitis that Doubled me
for seventeen venrs, by the use of Dr. Themas'
Eclectic Oil. Fer sale'by H. IS. Cochran, ding
gist, 137 and 139 North Queen street, Lnncastei .
Women Never Think!
If the crabbed old bachelor who uttered this
sentiment could but witness the intense
thought, deep study and thorough investiga
tion et women in determining the bestuudi bestuudi
clneste keep their families well, ami would
note their sagacity and wisdom in selecting
Hep Hitters as the best and demonstrating it
bvlceeninsr their lainilies in nernetual lic.iiili
at a mere nominal expense, he would be forced
te acknowledge that such sentiments are base
less and false. nivis 2d&w
Ge te H. B. Cochran, druggist, 137 and 13'.)
North Queen street, Iincaster, for Mrs. Free
man's New National Dyes. Eer brightness anil
durability of colerarc uuequaled. Celer lrem
2 te 5 pounds. Price, 15 cents. 54
The Doctors folding.
Eversincc Prof. Green wrote te the Medical
Recerd advising physicians evervwliere te ube
the Sale Kidney and Liver Cure in their prac
tice, it has been gaining in favor with the nio nie nio
fesslen. They can find nothing which is a sub
stitute for it. R. CdUlkins, M. 1)., of Rochester.
K. Y., says lie would new prescribe It te all
who are afflicted with serious kidney and liver
I Communion services will be held to-mer-
revr afternoon at 2 o'clock. Preaching in the
uglish and German language by the pastor.
Rev, Win. S. Perr.
TWANGEL1CAL, FIRST CHURCH (GfeR.
Jjj man) North Water street above Orange
Pre telling by the pastor, Rev. Jacob Zern,
at Wli a. in. and )i ji. in. Sunday school at 0
IK8T BAPTIST, EAST CHESTNUT ST.
Preaching te-morrow morning at 11
and in the evening 7J, by the pastor, Rev,
Win. Morrison, Sunday school at 1 p. in.
FIRST KErOKMED. DIVINE .SERVICES
to-meriow morning and evening, sun
day school at l)i p. ui.
FIRST M. E. CHURCH, NORTH DUKE
street. Pi caching at I a. in. and 7. p.
m. by Kev. J. 1$. MeCoileugh, of Philadelphia,
sunday sclriel at lJ.p. m.
TORAVIAN' REV. C. It. SIIUI.TZ. PAS-
irJL ter. Service- anil preaching at lui a. in.
.urn Ti p. in. Sunday school uud adult Bible
class at l)i p. ui.
Mi:, missions-rev. s.o.earhison,
. pastor in charge. East Slmsie.s
l'-cuchlnic bv the pastor at 10V a. in. sabbath
school at Si a. in. Evening seivice at 7J
Wevt Missiem Preaching by the pastor at
7 p. m. Vesper service at 7 o'clock.
SERVICES AT THE
hours, ninrnini; mid evenins.
Preaching by the pastor, Rev. J. V. Mitchell.
PRESItYTERIAN MKIIORIAI, MISSION
Chapel. Seuth Queen Street. liev. .1. C.
Hume, p.i-ter. Evening service .it 7$. beats
u ee aim .ill are welcome. Sunday school at
day school meets in East Orange strict
public, school bnildiugeverySund.lv afternoon
at i o'clock. Alse service of senu and Prayer
in the school buildin.r every Thursdiy evening
at 7i o'clock. Everybody welcome.
REV. J. E. ROWERS WILE I'KKACH FOR
the La'icister rtwedenber.ii.ui society
(Leng's building) te-morrow morning at the
usual chinch hour. Subject "Hew the Lord's
disciples aie the wilt of Eaith."
KV. C. E. IIOUIT, I'ASTOK OF GRACE
Lutheran church, will preach the annual
inenieu.il scimen nefeie Gpeige II. Themas
Pest, Ne. 8i, G. A. It., to-inei low evening.
ST. LUKE'S REFORMED MISSION,
Maiietta Avenue, near West Orange stieet.
Scivice morning and evening, by the pastor.
Rev. W. F. Liclillter. Sunday school at 2 p. m.
StTTaue's m.eZ south uueen ST
Preaching at 10" a. m. and 8 p. m., by the
p.isUir, Kev. J. Limit-ninth. Morning subject
Ruth." Evening "The Short lied ami
Nairew Cevering." Sunday Scnoel at i p. in.
ST. .TAMES HOLY COMMUNION AT K
and Morning Prayer iitlOJa. m. Evening
Prayer at ! p. in. At the evening seivicethu
seats aie liec.
I JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH
Pleaching tn-nimrew at 10n m.. and 74
p. in., by the pastor, Kev. It." W. Hutrerd.
Prayer meeting at ajsu in. Sunday school at
S T. PAUL'S REFORMED THE USUAL
... divine service will be held iu St. Paul's
chinch to-meiiow morning at iu-i. and in the
evening at 7J.J. Sunday school at 1.
ST- STEPHEN'." CHAPEL, COLLEGE
Cuiiiptn. Services at lej a. in. Sermon
by Kev. .James Cr.iwterd.
EVANGELICAL. M ULItERR V
eve Orange Pic idling at IOJj a.
ii in., iv tin l isier, uev. .1. a,
Feger. Sabbat h school at 2 p. m.
SALEM CHURCH OF fiOD SERVICE
toineriow morning and evening by the
pastor. Kev. .1. IS. heule. Sunday school
at Antioch at ! a. m. Sunday school at Salem,
Deiuait street and JSetliany missions at
1.9t p. m. services at Antioch and ISctliany
missions at ) p. m.
NION HETHEL CHURCH OF COD
Pie idling te-morrow hy the p ister. Uev.
I). A. L. Lav city, at Utyia. in. and at 7J4 p. in.
Meuiiiigsubjeet. Honoring the Brave." Sol Sel
di -is aie invited le attend, Sund-iy school and
adult ISihle class. at 'i p. in. Mission Sund.iy
bclioel. at the Green stieel Chapel at 2 p. in
r M. C. A. ISIISLK STUDY TO-MOK-
L . iev morning at 7 o'clock. Uespel meet
ing in the evening at G'i" o'clock.
ii.m ri:i.t.us' Girutf
LVXAsILK amTmillersville h. 11
Cais run as lollevv-:
Leave Laiic.it-ci (P. It. Depot), at (, !, an I
U:."(ta. in., and 2, 4. and s;:Mp. m., except en
1 Satnidav. u lien the l.i"t car leaves at !l..!n p. iu
t t:ii.... if.. i .....t ... r .. ....
l.l".li .'i iin-l s lilt; liw i l ;mi; n ., e, .tiin
a. M mimI 1, i, ." and 7 p. in.
C.us mil d.ulv en abeie time except en Sun
"OEADINIi A. COLUM1IIA R. It.
akkangi:mi:xt of passenger trains.
MAY 10th, 1SS0.
Cel u i ul na
, A.M. I A.M.'
a.m. r. JI. P.M.
(!.l." ....I 2::!j
7:VI .... 3:40
s:0i i;i i0 .."in
7:."-"ij 1:0.1 :J:ie
ie.(ri a:20 sae
.u" S:ie :,:i
...I :20 .V30
... !:2i 7:00
Lancaster, King St .):4"
Trams connect at Reading with trains te and
liem Pliil.idclnliia. Pottsville. Haiiislmisr. Al-
'lentewn and New Yeik, ia IJetiml Jiroek
I At Columbia with train te and fiem Yeik.
Hanover, t.cttvsliiiig, Frederick and Ralti Ralti
nieie. A. M. WII.min. .supt.
1)1'.NNSVLVANI A RA1LHU.v. -..!.. It
SCIIKDULK On and after .-.UNDAX
MAY 23d, 1?), trains en the Pennsylvania
Kailre.ul willariive and leave the Ltucistei
and Pliil.ulelplua ilepets as follews:
Le.iVc I Ai live
Philadelphia Expi ess,
Yeik Aecein. Annes;
H.tiiisbuig Exp! ess
Dillerville Aecem. Ai rives,
Frcilenck Aecein. Arnve.s,
Pacitie Ei ess,
4 4 "
Leave All no
!::( a.m. 5-ikia.m.
S.Oll " !e:".ri "
0:00 ' 11:0.1 "
c.oe " ':. 3 "
11:50 " 2 le p.m
2.:se P.M. 5:45 "
4:00 " 7:2C "
5::0 " 7.30 "
0:25 " :.r0 '
!:10 " H.30 "
II AI " 2.40 a.m.
Mail Tram Ne. l.via Mt.Jey.
MailTi-ain Ne.2,via Cel'bi.i.
Niagara t Chicago Expiess
Dillerville Lecal. via Mt..!ey
The Finest and Cheapest
Ever in this city before. 5c per piece and 50c
per box, at
FREY'S CITY PHARMACY, .
North Queen Street.
STOP! STOP!! STOP!!!
Step makinga drugstore of venr stomach.
Step putting biitci-s, pills, liver inviiroraters,
bleed pmilleis. calomel, blue pill, iuininc,
meiphine, ami all oilier di ugs and quack med
icines into jour .stomach, thev kill instead of
curing the body. This is my advice, alter
acting the phjsician for:l years. Ifveu'll ex
amine the histories et nearlv all medicine
veudeiH ler the last 50 years, you w ill find the
venders et these worthless compound- have
all died piematuiclv. Wheie is schenck,
Swayne (father and snn), ISRindrcth. Ayer,
Wishait, .layie, llebinsae, Mishler? All dead
ami buued as should he all such preparations.
Fer.-Jl jears I liae.euitdall kinds et diseases
when ethers tail, and 1 place mv medicines
(net poisons) en the outside et tins body. Te
mi" sick w no nave men one or iiienty doctors,
wltlieutanyadviintage.I would hegtliem tecdl
and learn from scores of Mich pci sons who have
been cured in a lew days or weeks, at an ex
pense of from $2 te $3. 16 Page Pamphlet lree,
fullelcures. Over 100 astenisliing cases in two
months. Jehn Geedman, rheumatism 19 years;
Rev. J. Hunter, blind left eye ler 16 xears,
sight restered: Wilsen Hamilton, consump
tion 10 j ears; Christian Rooty, paralvsis,
brought te efllce in a carriage, can new walk
anywhere ; It. S. KauSumu, led in blind, can
new see quite well ; (Jhas. R. Leenard, catarih
and sere threat for veins; Lewis Puulick, tits
for 2(1 yenrs, cured in a week : II. McGurk, dys
pepsia le years; D. N. Hughes, consumption
and dyspepsia, gained 22 pounds. Catarrh
cured for 5e cents.
DR. C. A. GREENE,
236 North Queen Street
ASTJtICH DUO'S ADVERTISEMENT.'
13 EAST KING
13 EAST KING
13 EAST KING
13 EAST KING
13 EAST KING
Arc uttering this week great inducements in
Ladies' White Ribbed IGLOVKS
Hese 5e u pair. ULOVKs
White and Unbleached Ol.OVhs
Full Regular Made Men ULeVEs
Iren Frame Deuble GLOVKS
Heel ami Tee 2c a pair. GLOVES
Our 23c Ralbiiggan is GLOVEi
thebestenc ever Mild ler GLOVES
tli.it price. GLOVES
Extra Fine Ralbrig- GLOVEs
gans worth 40c lur&ica GLOVE-
lOOdez Ladies' Dark Un- GLOVES
bleached Ralbilggaiis, GLOVES
Full Regular Made, Ele-GLOVKs
gantlv Embreideied iu GLOVES
IScuutiiul Celers 2!)c a GLOVKS
IIKl ilr7 l.nilics' Hilllll-'IM.OVl.S
some Frent Kmbreideied'G LOVES
ISalbrigi;aiisin Pink, 111 uelGLOVEs.
and Canlinal 2!)c a pair. G LOVES
Our life i.nii.ioicieiee ii,ui i.
Ralbiiggans will soeu be GLOVES
held "out and cannot be'G LOVES
replaced fur anythingiGLOv hs
like tliat pi ice.
Ladies' Full Regular
Made ISredeqnins in
Pink, nine and cardinal.
Heavy Enibieideied ."J7c a
Lisle Tin eat I Hese.
Lailies' lilaek Ralbiig
gans Clocked uith Wluie
Ladies' all Rlack Entr-
lish Lisle Hese, the Finest
our assortment et
Ladit s' Fancv lle-ieiyi-
very large and prices ex-
100 dez PinStriped Hese
ler Ladies, seamless, l.v
150 dez Fancy Kmbini
ilered ( cntie "and .seam
less atiica pair.
Ladies' IS st English
Cotten Hese I'aii-lintd
Ingrain Colei at .;c a
HOsIERY in ii
HOSIERYI The same goods with
HOSIERY Silk Clocking lie a pair.
HOSIERY! Ladles' Fine Li le lle'e
HOSIERYJOpen-werked lancy Cel
li pirn i .uicu Vyt iili c jau a ?.in .
Ladies' llredeiiinis for
Walking shoes in gieal
some beautilul noel
Frem 10c tip.
All first-el:c-s weeds
We hae li-ceived this
w eek about 20 iiu stj les
et Impeited Stockings
fiem Ne. 5 te Si, which
we are selling fiem 15 te
83c a pair.
Centie stockings. Pink
ami Itlne Opcn-we:ked.
Fnbleachcd Ilalhi iggiin.
U n bleacliedOpen-w ei ked
Lisle, Fine lhnbreidercd
I-tout, all Open-worked
Infant's White Socks
9c a pair
Infant's White Regular
Made 17c a pair.
Intu ul's Hair-striped
Infants White with Cel
ered Cleckinii 25c a nan
In tan I'm Pink and Itlue
Open-weiked Socks 25e a
An equally large assert
ment of Infant's $ Hese
Ucnts' Half Hese.
Unbleached Full Regu
lar Made 14c a pair.
Superfine British 15c a
sine cieckcu jiauiri
gans Full Regular Made
25c a pair.
rancy socks liem jee a
aney socks, rim i;c(r-
iilar Made 25c a pair.
An assortment of
Gloves like we aie new
nble te show has ncvei
x et been seen in this city.
ue nave ciery imagin
able style new and em
pi ices are most astonish
mg te everybody.
One Full Elastic 13c n
pair. Twe Full Elastic 15c
i pair. Tiiree i uil l-.lastic
19c a pair.
itesuiar .nauc Gauze
Gloves. 2 Full Elastic 25c
a pair. The Finest Eng-
iisii i.isie tiau.e tiievcs
ilk Mixed in line shades.
2 Full Elastic 34 a pair.
3 Full Elastic 40c a nalr.
4 t-'ull Elastic 48c a pair
Fine French Gauze flneGLOVRs
Ribbed Tep 37c n nalr.
Otiriisserlinen of Lace
Tep Gloves is uucquiulel
and the pi ices lower than
Lace Tep Gloves in
Lifrbt Similes 21c a pair.
Euilueidered Lace Ten
G LOV KS
nr. .. . :..
IU 11 JUUI.
Fine Extra Lene Lace GLOVES
Tep, 3 Full Elastic 37c a GLOVES
pair. Full Regular .Made GLOVES
iiiiuze uievcs, rine i.aee
lop 3.c a pair. Lx ra
Leng 3 Full Elastic ."i0c.
e also nax e a large as-
sortinentef liner goods.'GLOVE-?
which we aie sellum at
equally low pi ices.
i.uuics' Lace .Mitts in
Rlack and Colored lrem
i c a pair up.
All Silk Mitts Extra
Leng in White Cieani,
Pink. Kluc. Vc.,5Sca pair.
Lailies' t nil IJeirul.ii
Made Lace Mitts. Childs-
silk and Coleied Luce
Mitts ei all si.es. Childs'
Lace Tep Gloves.
13 EAST KING STREET,
KEW GOODS FOE TIE SPEDTG TEADE, AT
LADIES, for New, Desirable and Cheap Embroideries, Rufflings, Cotten Trimmings, Ruchings, Black Silk Friuges, Satins,
Black and Colored, Silks, Buttens, all Kinds, Corsets Kid and Lisle Thread Gloves, Hosiery, &c., call at GUNDAKER'S.
Fer a Geed and Cheap Crape Bennet or Hat, Crape by the yard, Crape Veils, Linen Cellars and Cuffs, call at GUN
DAKER'S. Ladies we will open te-day all the Latest Novelties in Millinery, &c., call and examine our stock, at
142 & 144 North Queen Street, Lancaster, Pa.
FINEST, FASHIONABLE AND GRANDEST DISPLAY OF
SPRING AMD SUMMER MILLINERY GOODS
Ei er seen in Lancaster city for the season of 1SS0, can be had at
Houghten's Cheap Millinery and Trimming Establishment,
Finest Lines of RIRBONS ever
bieuuht te Lancaster, in all the
Latest Styles of Colored SiJk and'FRENCII
sunn, em uiiid anil cardinal, amr can uc seen
Vai legated Ribbons. Rest .Brands
at the lowest prices. 25
...... ... .. . .i.
HALL VAl'JZltS, Jtr.
K AUK PREPAKEO TO MAKE ALL ,
KIN US OF
for doers and windews. Plain Wircnin Gieen, j
Drab and lilaek. Alse Reautiful Landsi apes ter i
Pailor Screens. Sold by the toot in anvquin- I
tity, or made up in Screens te lit window sand
put up in such a manner that you need net
lake out w hep you w ish te close them.
In an eudle-s line te select from in the leading
styles. A let of ends in elder te close out will
bu sold out very cheap.
of every description, in Plain and Figuicd
Goods. Canlinal, Gieen and White Hollands.
the Cheapest and Rc-t Cornice made. Fit any
window up te five feet in width. Cornice
Poles in Walnut and Ebony. Orders taken ler
PIER AND 3IANTEL MIRRORS,
AT LOW RATES.
PHARES W. FRY,
Ne. 57 NORTH QUEEN ST.
TIIOLI.SALK AND KKTAIL.
I LEVAN'S FLOUP,
j Ne. 227 NORTH PRINCE STREET.
PUNK OL1VK OILS.
FOR TABLE USE.
DURKES SALAD DRESSING,
D. S. BUHSK'S,
Ne. 17 EAST KINti STRKKT.
neici: hams and djuld i:ki;i
ianni:d fruit and veuetaiilks
at a reduction.
Te close out stock ler the season, at
HOICK MAl'Li: SUCAR
NEW GOODS, NEW STYLES. AT
K.VLI5RIGGAN, POLKA DOTS, Ac, AT
Nobby Patterns, Silk and Linen, by the piece
CHOICE GOODS, LOW PRICES, AT
E. J. ERISMANS,
J6 NORTH IJUEKN STICKKT.
H. S. SHIRK'S
202 WEST KING STREET,
Has the Largest and Cheapest Stock et all
kinds erCARPETS in Lancaster. Over
100 Pieces of Brussels
en hand, as low as S1.00 and upwards.
Carpets made te order at shei t notice. Will
also pay 10 cents ler Extra Carpet Rags.
202 WEST KING STREET.
piARD TO 1UG LADIES!
Tust received a Fine Line of
Philip Sclium, Seu & Ce.'s,
38 & 40 WEST KINti STREETS.
Having milled in connection with our Large
sieck ei uai peis, iariis,AC., a rist LlK or
I)R GOOI.such as CALICOES, RLEACII-
TOWELS, &e., which w e aie .scfling'at
HOOTS AXD SHOES.
17 A C"V BOOIS- SHOES AND LASTS
JjiAO JL made en a new principle, insur
ing comfort for the leet.
TirPC! Lasts tuade te order.
ciiU-tfcl 133 East King street.
till A.1 U.lljl..UIir.ll J4US1.1AS, TICK
INGS, COTTON FLANNELS. CASHMERES,
RLACK ALPACAS, SHEETINGS. NEW
STYLE OF SHIRTING, NEW STYLE DRESS
CllllMS -TAIll.K I.IVKVS VIlHflvc
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DR. S. It. FOREMAN,
(PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON),
Removed lrem Ne. 18 Sonth Prince street te
Ne. 211 West King street, Lancaster, Pa.
Ne. 25 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
The Latest Novelties in nil the
All the Latest Styles
Rest Display el Fine ceived every dav lrem
OWERS in the city.ntid Philadelphia, ami
N. QUEEN STREET.
prices te suit eveiybedy.
43Ohl Huts reshaped
at short notice.
BLACK CREPES A SPECIALTY.
Have epeecd a
Dress Ginghams, Lawns & Chintzes.
SPECIAL IIAKGAIN. Twe Cases Yanl Wide Lawns at 8c per yard, usual price, 12c.
Summer Hosiery and Underwear for Ladies,
Gentlemen and Children.
AT LOWEST PRICEb.
NEW YORK STORE,
S AND 1 0 EAST KING STREET.
All the New Spring Styles lrem the Leading Manufacturers. Embossed Geld, llronze
Sutins, Uieunds and Klunks, with Dade, Fiie.e and Rerders te match.
:15RUSSELS, TAPESTRY, INURAIN AND HALL CARPETS.
WHITE AND FANCY CHINA MATTINGS AND OIL CLOTH5:.
HAGER & BROTHER,
NO. 25 WEST KING STREET.
J. B. MARTiN & CO.
WE ARE DAILY OPENING
5E IATOS ATO &IN&EAIS,
FOR LADIES, GENTS AND CHILDREN.
J. B. MARTIN & CO.
JUST RECEIVED THE LARGEST LOT OP
GENTLEMEN'S AND BOYS' FURNISHING GOODS
Ever brought te this city, embracing all the new, beautiful and most stylish colors
in Neckties and Scarfs for the Summer Season.
Men's Colored Ralbriggan Hese, with Embroidered Silk clocks ; Scarlet and Rlue Silk
Hese: Fancy Coleied Half Hese; Striped Cotten Halt Rese and Meiine Half He-e. Men's and
Reys Suspenders and Fine Kniccs, in all styles anil Celers. Men's and Reys' White Dress- and
Colored Shirts, superior Cheviot Shirts, and Rlu- Flannel Neglige Shirts. Men's and Reys'
Summer Uiulcrv ear in Merine and India Gauze. Men's mid l.evs' Coleied Lisle Tluead and
Kid Gloves, ler Summer Wear. Men's and Reys' Vulcanized Rubber Unices and a large stock
of line Silk, Ficnch Linen end Cambric Handkerchiefs. Men's and Rejs' Latest styles Fine
Linen and Paper Cellars and Cuffs.
Se. 12 EAST KING STREET,
A COMPLETE RENEWAL
IN OCR STOCK OF
NEW GOODS BOUGHT FOR CASH MADE UP REFORE THE ADVANCE AND Or FER
ED TO TI1L I'UKLIC AT PRICES FROM
25 te 30
PRESENT COST OF
LESS THAN PRESENT COST OF
A. C. YATES & CO.
THE LEADING AND POPULAR CLOTHIERS OF PHILADELPHIA, FOR THE
FOR THE REST AND CHEAPEST CLOTHING CALL AT THE
Ledger Building, Chestnut and Sixth Streets.
THE FINEST CLOTHING HOUSE IN A ME KICA.
TRIMMING AM) NOTION 1E
PARTMENT of HATS re-
IT;is nil the T.ntist Vnvcltlnt In
ilt Fiinges, Satins, Gimps, Laces, llnt-
lens. kinureiueries. kiu ami i.isie
Thread Glevesiuall thenewshades
and White Tucked skirls from 50c.
Choice Assortment of
MANUFACTURE PREPARED BV
SPRING AND SUMMER
Made te order for Men and Reys in the prevail
in;; Styles, and satisfaction guaranteed. Alse;
Ready-Made Clothing !
AND ALL KINDS OF
At the Old Price before the Advance,
RATHVON & FISHER'S
Practical Tailoring Establishment,
lOl NORTH QUEEN STREET,
m 4-1 nid
MONDAY, APRIL 5.
l!uviii just returned from the New Yerk
Woolen Market, I am new prepared te exhibit
one of the Rest seleeted stoeksef
wi ill uimer He,
Ever brought te this eity. Nene but the very
in all the Leading Styles-. Prices as low as the
lowest, and all yoeds warranted us lepreseut
Ne. 51 North Queen Street.
24 CENTRE SQUARE.
We have fm sale for the coming seasons uci
Immense Stock of
of our own m an u fact lire, which comprises the-
Come anil see our
which is larger and composed of the best styles
te be ieund in the city.
D. B. Hostetter & Sen,
24 CENTRE SQUARE.
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