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Volume XVI-Ne. 256
LANCASTER, PA., MONDAY, JUNE 28, 1880.
Price Twe Cents.
J. K. SMALING,
THE ARTIST TAILOR.
Opening te-day of a large anil fcelect line of
Trepicals, Serges and Rep Worsteds,
BANNOCKBCRN CELTIC CHEVIOTS.
AXI IIATISTK CLOTHS.
SEERSUCKERS. VALENCIAS, PAROLE
AX I) MOHAIR COATINUS.
Linens in Great Variety. WilterdV. Padded
Ducks in Plain ami Fancy Styles. A Large
Asseitiiieiit of Fancy
Duel; M Marseilles Vesting.
All tin latest novelties of tin-season. The
Vulilic an: cordially invited te examine our
-tick. wliicli we claim te he the handsomest
.dnd most recherche ever etieivil for Hie het
I. K. SMALING,
121 NORTH OUEEN STREET.
24: OKiNTRE SQUARE.
"We litter' fei Hale ler tin- coming seasons an
tmiucXH". Sleck of
el our own manutactiiiv, which cempilscs the.
Latest anil Meat
Come ami see our
which 5s larger anil composed et the best styles
te lie leitud in the city.-
1 B. Metier & Sen,
24 CENTRE SQUARE.
"I'-lyd LANCASTER. PA
MONDAY, APRIL 5.
Having just returned from the Xew Yeik
Woolen Mai ket, I am new prepared te exhibit
one of the Be-t Selected Stocks of
Wn ill Summer Trade,
Kver brought te this city. Xene but the very
In all the Leading Stj les. Trices as low as the
lowest, and all goods warranted as represent
Ne. 51 North Queen Street.
mum OF ALL KDS
My airrngcment-.are new completed te de
Itcgilding in 11 rst-class manner ami at reason
able J)i ices.
THE NEW PICTURE FRAME STORE,
15 Kant King Street.
WALTER A. HEINITSH.
A TTORNEYS-A T-LA W
HENKYA.KU.KT n . .
Attorney and Counscller-atrLaw'
a Park Kew, New Yerk.
Collections mode In all parts of the Unitt d
States, and a general legal business transacted.
Itefers by permission te Steinman ft Hensel.
IiRY LOCHEU'S ltEMuvrNED COUGH
We de net want you te get the impression that great reduc
tions are being made in the prices of goods elsewhere and net here.
We are, as usual, below the market, and intend te stay there.
The following list embraces enough of our stock te give some
clue te the rest of them. We quote articles new in great favor as
low-priced goods ; but in general they are net reduced. We have
been there all the time.
Sliipes, modest, medium and bold $0 4."
.lasjie checks and s-tripes .V)
Checks en -elid ground 53
Chene stiipes, shaded S
"Mille ltue." extra quality 75
Uest jinpei ted, 2U inches, great vanety.... 1 00
llre-gruin persan and taffeta-. $0 73
Fine or heavy cord gre grain and persan. !HJ
Six makes, teicign and Ameiican, jet or
iacu black, heavy and light 1 00
C'aclieuiiie tlnisli. 21 inches, I'.ellen, Alex-
andieand Ameiican 1 -
Caclicmiic llnish, "super" quality, "J4
inche, lercign 1 50
Kid finish, high lustie,c.ichcmiie,'2l incites 1 75
Bennet, '.M incite- 2 00
(oed quality, all colors $0
Lens, extra lustre, heavy eeid. 20 inches. 1
l!est. for talking suits, 22 inches 1
Kichand elegant finish, 11 inches 1
Ill illi. lilt iiud licit
I'.lack, polka dots, etc
Coleied, new designs 1 '-"
Novelties 1 50
CAUZE AND GRENADINE STRIPES.
A large quantity just bought te clear an im
porter's stock, recently sold by us at $2.50, v.
ate new soiling at $1 00
SILKsaie in next outer ciicle east fiem the
Chestnut street entrance.
Mexican, silk and wool 50, in, 75.S5
Mile ami wool stliped... 75, $1, 1 25, $1 50, $1 75
Lyens datnasses 5. 75, h3, $1 00
Tails, silk and wool tl. ' 25. $ I 50
Lvens, all silk ilmmisses 1 3iy,$l 50, $1 75,
'.!, 2 40, .!.
Amci lean, ii, $0 20, .25 .til .:J7.
Aineiieaii, i;-t, $0 50, .IO .75.
Fiench, 21 incites, $0 :tl .::7.
French, :SK incites, $0 -H .50 .K .75
French, 41, incites, $0 85, $1, 1 10.
We have nearly everything te beteund in the
nun kels tii tin- world.
it inches, $0 37J4 .50 .(.
4t inches, $I,$1 25.
Lupin's Talis, original color, and we belicie
almost the last in Tliiladelphia:
21 inches f0 55
41! inches 1 10
NUN'S VEILING (ler dresses).
1." inches 75, $1 00
n-i I50, l 7'
BLACK GOODS aie in the next outer circle
uest li out the Clteslnut sticet entrance.
But one thing we ought te remind you ef: We may appear te be at
a disadvantage -when we are net, because of certain tactics sometimes
employed, which we de net care te use, viz., the pretending te make re
ductions when none are made. "We use reductions te clear stocks. That
is perfectly honorable, and it is necessary in a large business. The losses
thereby incurred, though sometimes considerable, are trifling in compari
son with the benefit te remaining stocks.
New then, anyone who will take measures te find out where the
lowest prices are, compare sample with sample, price with price, will find
we are net a whit behind ANYBODY, net even in a single item, se far as
we knew ; and that we are below EVERYBODY en almost everything.
Samples sent when written for.
Chcstuiil, Thirteenth, Market ami Juniper,
GENTS' STJMMEE "WEAK.
I.1GIIT WKIGI1T WORSTED SUITINGS,
LIGHT WEIGHT CHEVIOT SUITINGS.
ItLUi: AND BLACK FLANNEL SUITINGS,
FRENCH DIMI DE ETE SUITINGS.
LINEN DUCKS AND DRILLS.
SILK AXD LAWX NECK WEAK,
LINEN COLLAUS AND CUFFS,
15ALI5KIGGAN AND FANCY HOSIEKY,
SUSTENDEUS, Ac., Ac.
Gents' Gauze Shirts, Gents' Gauze Drawers, White Jean Drawers.
HAGER & BROTHER,
NO. 25 WEST KING STKEET.
GREAT CLEARING; SALE
STJMMEE DEESS GOODS
NEW YORK STORE.
All the New Shades in Tw Hied Cashmeres 12Jc a yard ; regular pi ice 15c.
All Weel T.eiges25ea yard.
All Weel Memie Cleths 25e a yard ; sold every where at ".'y.c. Special IJargains in
Watt, Shand & Company,
S AND 10 EAST KING STREET.
DR. S. B. FUKEMAS,
(THYSICIAN AND SUUGEON),
Removed lrem Ne. 18 Seuth Trince stret t te
Ne. 211 West King street, Lancaster, Ta.
Secisuckeis, blue, brown
stripes, nest patterns
Seersuckers, fancy colored stripes...
Seersuckers, Yerk, lull assortment
stripes and colere
Zephyr Ginghams, choice, net te
found elsewiiereat any price
Zephyr Ginghams, plaid and stupes
Zephyr Ginghams, bandana
Dress G ing hams
llandkeicltiel Ginghams and plain cel
ors te match
Tamise cloth, ecru, cashmere border.
Chintz, polka dot, indigo, ler .suits
Cocheco Cambrics, choice
Tactile Cretonnes, great variety. ..$0 JO, 12)4. 15
Jacenet Lawns, Frere Keichlin 20
Tacilic Lawns, great variety $0 10, iy2. 15
Cambric striped lawns OS
Jacenet law its. fast colors 05
Lace lawns, white, tinted and solid cel
1 1 ret I grounds
Memie cloths, printed
COTTON AND WOOL.
Lace Huntings, all colors and black...
Mehairs, JEnglNlt, clouded
Cashmeres, coachmen's colors
Suitings, English, fancy
Lace Huntings, colors and black.. :!7, 50,
l'lain buntings of a new style, distinct
liem the old and decidedly better than
any ether, all colors.
24 inches 25
:tt inches, double fold 40, 50, 00.
Debe'ge.s, French, cashmere-twilled, 22
Dcbeiges, Fieucli, talleta:
.'!2 inches, double fold
42 inches, double fold
Cashmeres, French :
Sheda cloth, Fieucli, 4 inches
Memie cloth, Fiench
Crape cloth, French
SIX SPECIMEN' PRICES.
These are fair samples et the bargains we
hae been giving ler weeks in Linens:
Iluek Tewel, large and heavy $0 25
Iluck Tewel. German, knotted tiinge... 25
Glass Toweling, per yard 'V
German bleached Table Linen 75
German Napkins, -y per dozen 2 25
Star Linen, 20 inches, per yanl l-xA
TAMES BROWN, DEALER IN STOCKS
and Iientls, 64 and GG Broadway, New Yerk.
Operations en margin and by means of privi
leges. Information furnished en all matters
connected with stock speculation and Invest
Earn aster i-ntrlliiTcnrtr.
MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 28, 1880.
BACK FROM CfflCIIATI.
KETUKN OF THE LANCASTEK DELE
ATES. Au Enthusiastic Reception Tendered Them
en Saturday Afternoon Immense
Throng at the Depot.
SPEECH BY GEN. EWING.
The ItucKeje Orator's Masterly Contrast of
the Parties anil the Candid-il.'s Short
Sharp and Incisiw Vttei :.ces
tif Mayer l'iniui, et
The Lecal Delegates Returned.
Owing te the great difficulty experi
enced in nettting comfortable railway ac
commodations eastward immediately fol
lowing the Cincinnati convention, Messrs.
1J. J. McGrann and W. U. llensel, the
delegates from Lancaster county, remained
ever a day, and at the invitation of lien.
Edward Cooper, mayor of New Yeik,
took a section in his special car which left
the Queen City at 8 o'clock en Friday
evening and pjtssed through Lancaster at
5 p. m. en Saturday. Their trip home
ward was made under the most delightful
circumstances and in the best of geed com
pany. Of the mayor's party in the special
car wcic the mayor, Andrew II. Green,
Hubert O. Thompson, ex-Police Commis
sioner Chatles V. MacLcan, Cel. Jehn
Tracey, William Henry Hurlbert, editor
of the World, Charles II. Truax, Gen. Mar
tin T. MacMahen, Gen. Gustavus W.
Smith, Cel. Jehn It. Fellows and William
S. Andiews. Among the Democrats from
ether states who traveled with the
mayor's patty were Gen. Themas Ewing
and Gen. Hugh Ewing, of Ohie ; Malculm
Hay, chairman of the Pennsylvania dclega
tien ; Congressman "William S. Stengcr,
1$. J. McGrann and Chaunccy F. Black of
Pennsylvania, and W. U. Hcnsel el the
Lancaster Intelligencer. Among the
passengers en the train were Jereme Buck,
Gen. Jehn O' Byrne, ex-Judge Jeseph
Kech and Assemblyman Leuis Cehen et
Philadelphia, Orestes Cleveland of Jersey
City and Jehn Feley, a delegate from Cal
ifornia. Much of the time occupied in the
journey was devoted te a free discussion
of the convention, its proceedings and its
results; ft icuds of Tammany and Tilden
joined in the unanimous conclusion that
the ticket was invincible and would cat ry
Xew Yeik by a large majeiity.
The p.uty was met at Ilatrisbutg by
Mayer Joint T. MacGenigle, of Lancaster,
and when the train reached hei e it was
greeted with cheers from a very large
throng of people, headed by Cletnmeiis's
City band. The car "Malvetn," was sur
rounded at once, and from its platform
Mayer Cooper spoke as fellows te the large
and enthusiastic assembage :
We of New Yerk congratulate you and
ourselves that the state of Pennsylvania
has furnished for election te the presidency
by the Democracy of the union, in her gal
lant son, one who belongs te the whole
country by leasen of his education and his
patriotic services. Here, near the battle
licld of Gettysburg, wc naturally think
first of bis pre-eminent military achieve
ments. But he is net only the superb sol
dier of Williamsburg and the Wilderness,
and the able commander who defended the
homes of Pennsylvania at Gettysburg. On
many occasions in his cateer, Gen. Han
cock has shown himself wet thy of the
civic trust, which we will scenic for hint,
by upholding the civil dignity and civil
power under the law. New Yorkers came
here years age te de battle under three
Pcnnsylvanians. Twe of them have left
you and us. In the coming contest we
will rally under the lemaining ene of that
patriotic trio, who was nominated by the
votes of our delegates, even as we would
under the eminent citizen of our own state
who was elected president of the United
States in 1870. The candidacy of Geti.
Hancock, which is ardently supported by
the citizen soldiers of the North and Seuth,
stamps this political campaign as the cam
paign of reunion, by which all vestiges of
civil strife and sectional animosity shall be
blotted out from the hearts of the Ameri
The mayor's speech was leccived with
heat ty applause, which broke into cheers
for Hancock and English, as the train
moved out of the depot.
Gen. Ewing of Ohie, kindly consented te
step elf until the next section of the train
came along, and being escorted te the front
steps of the Cadwcll house amid the chceis
of the dense throng, he made a brief ad
dress in his usually eloquent style.
He began with a reference te the local
associations called up by Lancaster, as he
himself came from New Lancaster, Ohie, a
section largely settled by people from this
county, and among whom such names
as Stauffer, Shaeffer and Fenster
machcr are as familiar as here. He
touchingly referred te. the Cincinnati con
vention of 185G, which gave the nation a
Democratic president from Lancaster, and
it was a happy coincidence that one of the
first messages of congratulation en Han
cock's nomination came from Buchanan's
home, from the lady who had presided
with such rare trracc at the White
Heuse during the last Democratic admin
istration. General Ewing said he had just
come from the Cincinnati convention and
took pleasure in congratulating the people
upon the auspicious outcome of its delib
erations. Never was there a convention
in which there was mere forbearance,
mere brotherhood, mere harmony and
greater joy at the final result. It was ut
terly unlike the Chicago convention of
three weeks previous. There reigned
strife and bitter hate among the adherents
of the contending chiefs, and the hostile
clans wearing the plains el the tiincspies
and the Camerons frowned fiercely upon
each ether in their scramble for the spoils,
while at Cincinnati all was union
and conciliation, the only rivalry being
as te who should de mere for the welfare
of the country and the enforcement
of the law. There the nomination was net
knocked down te the highest bidder, but
the question that was most seriously con
sidered was what candidate is best fitted
te carry forward the Democratic banner te
victory ; who among the eminent men
named possesses in the greatest "degree
the elements of availability and fitness for
the exalted position of chief magistrate of
this great" republic. With a unanimity
never surpassed and an enthusiasm never
equaled the delegates from all the states
turned te your own magnificent citizen
and soldier. In him all contending inter
ests were leceuciled ; all strifes were heal
ed. In his behalf your own Wallace and
Randall clasped hands and the chiefs
of Tammany and Tilden embraced in
brotherhood amid the plaudits of 10,000
voices and the pealing of the most magni
cent organ in the weild. The contrast be
tween the two parties is as distinctly
marked by their lespective candidates nom
inated as by theponveutiensthat made the
nominations. The Democrats selected for
their leader the most knightly figure of the
late civil war and a statesman who. when
the war had ended and peace returned,
sheathed his sword and held that the
military should be in subordination te the
civil power. Without depreciating the
merit of the Republican candidate, it
must be evident te every intelligent
man that General Garfield's military
services aie net te be compared with
these of General Hancock. By his votes
and voice for fifteen years after the war
had ended General Garfield upheld and
defended a military despotism that has
well-nigh crushed out constitutional
libeity andsubveitcd republican institu
tions. As a soldier General Hancock
stands above disparagement. Frem his
early youth his services have been devoted
te his country and there is net another
name in modern history "mere nobly cov
eted with military renown. Contreras,
Cherubusce. Moline del Key and ether
battles in Mexico attest his powers, while
en almost every field of battle during the
late rebellion his towering form and
gleaming sword were prominent. But
splendid as have been his military achieve
ments, and worthy as they are of the
grateful remembrance of the American
people, they are as nothing compared
with that grand order issued by him when,
possessed of almost absolute military
power, he recognized the authority of the
civil law and held his forces subject te the
civil courts. Fer this the liberty-loving
people of America will held him in re
membrance even after the story of his
military fame shall fade, if that were pos
sible, fiem the page of history. (Applause)
Twenty-four years age the news was car
ried from Cincinnati te Lancaster that one
of Pennsylvania's illustrious sons had been
nominated for president. Pennsylvania
gave him her support, and he was trium
phantly elected. He filled his high office
with ability, with honor and with patriot
ism, and new again, after a lapse of twenty-four
years, and the repeated trial of
candidates from ether states, the repre
sentatives of all the states again turn
te Pennsylvania for a candidate
(cheers) and he will be triumphantly
elected. The music of success is in
the air, the victor's name is borne en
lightning wings from ocean te ocean, con
gratulations and assurances of success at a
pouring in from every quarter of the coun
try and from the most distinguished
sources. One of the first te congratulate
your candidate was one of Lancaster's
most illustrious daughters, herself once the
reigning mistress of the White Heuse.
Cheers. It is the genius of our gov
ernment that no one party shall remain
long in power. Continued power leads te
and tends te perputuate official abuses. If
a party has remained in power twenty
years it is time te make a change. The
Republican party has been in power for
that length of time, and wc have seen it
attempt te perpetuate its power by defy
ing the will of the people and bringing the
nation almost te the verge of civil war.
New let us have a change !"
As he concluded, the train rolled in, the
band struck up a tune, and as he left the
city reusing cheers for Hancock, English
and Ewing followed him. The demonstra
tion se quickly extemperised was a grand
The Campaign of Reunion.
New Yerk World.
General Ewing's speech at Lancaster
yestet day sharply and justly emphasized
the distinction which the World has
several times drawn between the conven
tion of Chicago and the convention at.
Cincinnati. People who are tired of heal
ing party cries, which mean nothing te
them, ought te be influenced by this con
trast. The Chicago convention meant
absolutely nothing beyond personal am
bitions and personal jealousies. The
friends of the leading candidates,
after using without scruple every
device they could remember or con
trive te make it appear that their
own states were "solid" for their own
candidates, went te Chicago with two al
ternative and well defined purposes. The
first was te netninare their own man. The
second was te beat the. rival candidates.
This latter purpose they accomplished by
mutual destruction after the manner of
Kilkenny, and, after they all had failed in
their first pmpe.se and 'all succeeded in
their second, united, in haste and disgust,
upon an untliottght-ef candidate, and went
home te continue the war with each ether.
Seme Republican newspapers professed te
regard this result as spontaneous, until the
Cincinnati convention showed them what a
spontaneous nomination reallywas. But the
contrast between the conventions, as Gen
eral Ewing further said, was a contrast of
something mere than methods. The one
pretense of a principle which is a living
force te-day in thj Republican party is a
hatred of the Seuth. The aim and end of
the Democracy, as expressed by Mayer
Cooper also at the same place, is a real re
union. Nationalism against sectionalism
is the issue of the campaign, and the Cin
cinnati convention could net have em
phasized it mere strongly than through the
nomination, with the enthusiastic assent
of the Southern delegates, of a famous
Personal Appearance or Our Candidate.
General Hancock is a picture of health.
He is robust, urbane, careful of speech,
and of winning address. A soldierly
mustache, white as snow, finds .a bread
resting place en his upper lip. His hair is
yet a light iron gray. His face is large
and geed. It inspires confidence. His
eyes are of a light or bluish-gray,
and set wide apart. His nose, slightly
Reman, is indicative of strength, and
his forehead is high, sloping, and
marked with firm lines at the
base ever the bushy brews. The con
tour of his eyes and nose give a suggestion
of executive force te his face. His lips
seem firm or mobile, according te the
mood he is in. His neck is lame, and his
chin is double His stature and his tread i
make him a commanding person wherever
lie may be.
Every soldier and every officer en the
island who was talked with could net say
enough for the general's generosity, his
affability, his modesty and his geed sense.
-'Yeu can't be with him without loving
him," said one of his staff officers.
Short and Sharp.
"What will your policy be, general?"
" Democratic, of course, whether in or
out of the high office of president. I be
lieve that honest self-government is the
highest gift a people can have, and that,
in a nutshell, is what I believe te be the
spirit of Democracy and of the Cincinnati
Before a committee en January 14, 1873,
General Garfield appeared and under oath
"I never owned, received, or agreed te
receive, any stock of the Credit Mebilier
or of the Union Pacific railroad, or any
dividends or profits arising from either of
On the 18th of the following February
Judge Poland submitted the report of his
committee te Congress, and in that report
was the following paragraph :
"The facts in regard te Mr. Garfield, as
found by the committee, arc that he agreed
with Mr. Ames te take ten shares of
Credit Mebilier stock, but did net pay for
the same. Mr. Ames received the eighty
per cent, dividend in beuds and sold them
for ninety-seven per cent., and also received
the sixty per cent, cash dividend, which,
together with the price of stock and interest
left a balance of $e29. This sum was paid
ever te Mr. Garfield by a check en the
scrgeant-at-arms, and Mr. Garfield then
understood this sum was the balance of
dividends after paying for the stock."
Wholesale and Retail Dcalei in all kinds of
LUM11ER AND COAL.
5-Yard: Ne. 420 North Water ami Prince
streets, above Lemen, Lancaster. nS-lyd
COAL! COAL! C0AL! COAL
Ceal et tlie Rest (Juality put up expressly
ter family use, and at the low
est market prices.
TRY A SAMPLE TON.
- YARD 1.10 SOUTH WATER ST.
ne21-ljd PHILIP SCHUM.SON & CO.
i10AL! COAL! COAL!!!
We have constantly en hand all the best
grades el" COAL that are in market, which we
are selling as low as any yard in the city.
Call and get our prices before buying else
where. M. F. STEIGERWALT & SON,
234 NORTH WATER STREET.
COAL! - - - COAL!!
GORRE0HT & CO.,
Fer (.nod and Cheap Ceal. Yaitl llariislmrg
Pike. I Ulice 20 E:ust Chestnut Street.
P. W. U OK It EC I IT, AgL
J. 15. RILEY.
!M W. A. KELLER.
C0H0 & WILEY,
;;.' NOKT1I WATER ST., iAincmler, fa.,
Wholesale anil Retail Dealers in
LUMBER AND COAL.
Connection With the Telephonic Exchange.
Ilnuicli Otlice : Ne. :t NORTH DUKE ST.
ROOKS AND STATIONERY.
New, Plain and Fancy
Alse, Velvet anil Eastlake
PICTURE FRAMES AND EASELS.
L. M. FLYNN'S
BOOK AXD STATIONERY STORE,
Ne. 4B WEST KINO STREET.
JOM BAER'S SONS,
15 and 17 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
have In stock a large assortment et
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
Attention is invited te their
FAMILY AND PULPIT BIBLES
Teachers' ISiblcs, Sunday Scheel Libraries,
Hymnals, Prayer Reeks,
HYMN ROOKS AND MUSIC ROOKS
Fer Sunday Schools.
FINE IiEWATW CAItDS.
SUNDAY SCHOOL REQUISITES of all kinds.
WALL PAVERS, &r.
E MAKE ALL KINDS OF
and put them up in such a manner that you
need net leineM: when you wish te close the
window. A decided adyantii-je ever the old
way, and a Screen will wear longer and is much
mere easily handled.
ire Screen Deers
made el every description. Have a nick stock
or l'lain and" Landscape Wiies. Sold by the
feet in any t-iiantity.
some Odd' Lets et
at bargains te closejeitt.
PHARES w. fry,
Ne. 57 NORTH QUEEN ST.
H. S. SHIRK'S
202 WEST KING STREET,
lias the Largest and Cheapest Stock et all
kinds or CARPETS in Lancaster. Over
100 Pieces of Brussels
en hand, as low as SI. 00 anil upwards.
Carpets made te order at short notice. Will
also pay 10 cents ter Extra Carpet Rags.
5-Give us a trial.
202 WEST KING STREET.
rilHE ACADEMY CONNECTED WITH
. Franklin and Marshall College otters su
perler advantages te young men and boys who
desire either te prepare for college or te obtain
a thorough academic education. Students re
ceived at any time during the school year
Send rer circulars. Address
REV. JAMES CRAWFORD,
ctll-lv-i Lancaster. Pa.
Ne. 159 NORTH QUEEN STREET, near P. tt.
R. Depot, Lancaster, Pa. Geld, Silver ami
Nickel-cased Watches, Chains, Clocks, Ac.
Agent ter the celebrated Pantasceplc Specta
cles and Eye-GIesses. Repairing a specialty,
OOMET1I1NO FOR WARM WEATHER.
Percelaia-LLnetl Ice Pitta,
ICE URN AND TILTING ICE SETS
Porcelain Linings arc valued ter retaining
the purity and coolness et w ater.
Jeweler, 20 East King Street,
OP ALL, GRADES.
49-The trade supplied at Lewest Manufac
turer's Pi ices.
100 EAST KING STREET.
WATCHMAKERS, 902 Chest
nut Street, FhiLulelplifci, Deal
ers in American and Geneva
Watches, 18kt. Geld Cases and
the most Reliable Movements ;
Gentlemen's, ladies' and Beys'
Watches, Chronographs, Re
peaters, Chatelaine Watches.
The Lewest Prices, marked in
plain figures, from which there
is no deviation. Orders and in
quiries by mail receive prompt
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES,
FLIII & BREMMaN'S.
Croquet, Base Balls and Bats, Chinese Tey
Bemli Shells, Paper Cap Pistols, ami oilier
Seasonable Goods, at .
Flii & Brenemn's
152 North Queen Street,
FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS.
1 BOILER MANUFACTORY,
SHOP ON PLUM STREET,
OPPOSITBlilK LOCOMOTIVK WORKS.
The subscriber continue te maitufactutw
BOILERS AND STEAM ENGINES.
Fer Tanning anil ether purposes :
Sheet-iron Werk, and
W Jobbing promptly attended te.
ant-18-lyd JOHN BEST.
Campaign -Torches for Parades, burning 3
hours, t iremcn'.s Torches, colored fire.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Orders received for all Seizes Bunting Flags.
Ne. 17 EAST KING STREET.
T7IFTEEN DOLLARS BUYS A
With Enameled Water Tank, at
SHERTZER, HUMPHREV1LLE ft
Ne. 40 East Kins Street, Lancaster, Pa.