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Volume XVI-Ne. 279.
LANCASTER, PA., MONDAY, JULY 26, 1880
Price Tire Gnits.
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24 CENTRE SQUARE.
Weliave lei sale for the coming seasons an
Immense Stock of
it our own manuiucturc, which ceinprkcs the
litest am I Ment
Come and see our
A-liieli U larger and composed of the best styles
Ik teund iii the city.
i). B. Hostetter & Sen,
24 CENTRE SQUARE.
MONDAY, APRIL 5.
Having lust returned from the New Yerk
.VMilfii Market, I am new prepared te exhibit
iik el the Best Selected Mxcks of
SDfil ai Summer Trade,
er brought te tills city. Nene but the very
all the Leading Style. Trices as low as the
eucM, and all goods warranted as represent-
Ne. 51 North Queen Street.
THE ARTIST TAILOR.
Closing out our stock of Light Weight at
cost te make room ter
Fall and Winter Stock.
A Large Line of
SERGES AND REPS,
IS VNXOCKBURNS AND CELTICS,
AND BATISTE SUITINGS.
SEKUSUCKEKS, VALENCIAS, PAUOLE
AND MOHAIR COATINGS.
A Splendid Assortment of Wilferd's Padded
Ducks in Plain and Fancy styles. A Full Line
Marseilles anfl M Testings.
All the latest novelties. An examination of
our stock is luspectlully solicited.
I. K. SMALING,
121 NORTH OUEEN STREET.
The Old Bitner Line, Established 1846.
J. R. BITNER'S
FAST FREIGHT LINE
Lancaster ana PIiiladelDiiifi,
VIA PENN"A R. B.
All Freight sent te Frent and Prime streets,
Philadelphia, up te 0 o'clock and te Ne. 5 Deck
M reel, te 5 e'cltiek p. m., will arrive same night
at Depot, in Lancaster.
The Drayage te these Central Depots is lower
tliun te any ether. Ne Drayuge charged for
Delivery in Lancaster.
All Freight leaded In Lancaster, up te 6
o'clock p. in., will reach Frent and Prime
streets, Philadelphia, early next morning.
IMtY LOCHKR'S KkmuwNKD 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.
Stripes, modest, medium and bold 90 45
Jasie checks and stripes SO
Checks en solid ground 55
Chene stripes, shaded 65
"Mille ttaye," extra quality 75
Best imported, 9( inches, great variety.... 1 00
Gres-grain persan and taffetas 90 75
Fine or heavy cord gres-grain and persan. 90
Six makes, foreign and American, Jet or
raven black, heavy and light 1 00
Caciiemire finish, 2-4 inchee, Bellen, Alex
andre and American 1 25
Cacheinlre finish, "super" quality, 24
inches, foreign 1 50
Kid finish, high lustre,cachcmlre,24 inches 1 75
Bennet, 21 inches 2 00
Geed quality, all colors 90 75
Lyens, extra lustre, heavy cord, 20 inches. 1 00
Best, ter walking suits, 22 inches 1 25
Rich and elegant finish, 22 inches 1 50
Showy 90 50
ilriliiantand rich 75
Itlack, polka dots, etc $0 90
(jOiun"i . a w
Colored, uew designs 125
Novelties 1 50
GAUZE AND GRENADINE STRIPES.
A large quantity Just bought te clear an Im
porter's stock, recently sold by us at $L50, we
are new selling at 91 00
SILKS are in next outer circle east from the
Chestnut street entrance.
Mexican, silk and wool 50,65,75,83
Silk and wool striped.. .."5, 91, 91 A 91 50, 91 75
Lyens damasses 65.75, 85,91 00
Paris, silk and wool 91,91 25,91 50
Lyens, idl silk damasses 91 37K.91 SO, 91 75,
92 $i 40 93.
American, , 90 20, .25 .31 .37.
American, t;-4, 90 50, .65 .75.
French, 23 Indies, $0 31 .37.
French, 3G Inches, 90 44 .50 .62 .75
French, 46 inches, 90 85, 91, 91 10.
We have nearly everything te be found In the
markets et the world.
23 Inches, 90 37 .50 .CO.
Lupin's Paris, original color, and we believe
almost the last In Philadelphia :
24 Inches 90 55
46 Inches 1 10
NUN'S VEILING (for dresses).
13 iucbes 75,91 00
6-1 91 50, 91 75
BLACK GOODS arc in the next outer circle
west trem the Chestnut street 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.
Chestnut, Thirteenth, Market and Juniper,
Watt, Shand & Company
HAVE OPENED A CHOICE LINE OF
laim Etts ai Mis at Terr Lew Prices.
Just Opened another Invoice of VICTORIA I AWNS, INDIA LINENS, WHITE PIQUES,
Ac, at Bettem Prices.
NEW YORK STORE,
S AND 1 0 EAST KING STREET.
N. B. During J uly and August will close at 7:30 p. m., Saturdays excepted.
HAOKB & BROTHER will continue the sale of Goods damaged only by water during
the recent fire en their premises.
WALL PAPER CARPETS,
Mattings and Oil Cleths, Muslins and Sheetings.
Idnens and Quilts. Woolens for Men's Wear.
and Beady-Made Clothing. &c.,
All of the above have been marked at a very low price, as we are determined te elese
out tile entire let.
The sale is going en daily from 6 a. m. untU 7 p.m. Saturday evenings until 9 o'clock In
store rooms in rear of main store.
As there was no damage te stock In main store room business there gees en as usual.
H AGER & BROTHER,
NO. 25 WEST KTNGt STREET.
DRESS GOODS. .
Seersuckers, blue, brown and gray
stripes, best patterns 90 12
Seersuckers, fancy colored stripes 15
Seersuckers, Yerk, full assortment .et
stripe8and colors.. 18
Zephyr Ginghams, choice, net te be
found elsewhere at any price . 12
Zephyr Ginghams, plaid and stripes 20
Zephyr Ginghams, bandana. 18
Press Ginghams 11
Handkerchief Ginghams and plain col
ors te match 25
Dress Cheviots. 12
Tamise cloth, ecru, cashmere border.. . . . 12
Chintz, polka dot, indigo, for suits 10
Cocheco Cambrics, choice 10
Pacific Cretonnes, great variety.. .90 10, 12, 15
Jacenet Lawns, Frere Kerchlln 20
Pacific Lawns, great variety 90 10, 12. 15
Cambric striped lawns. UH
Jacenet lawns, fast colors 05
Lace lawns, white, tinted and solid col
ored grounds 12
Memle cloths, printed 12
COTTON AND WOOL.
Lace Buntings, all colors and black 90 25
Debelges, twilled 10
Mehairs, plain 25
Mehairs, twilled 12
Mehairs, silk-checked 25
Mehairs, silk-striped 25
Mehairs, plaid 25
Mehairs, English 12
Mehairs, 'English, clouded 18
Mohair lustres 12
Cashmeres, coachmen's colors 15
Suitings, English, fancy 20
ALL WOOL. '
Lace Buntings, colors and black. .37, 50, M
Plain buntings of a new style, distinct
from the old and decidedly better than
any ether, all colors.
24 Inches 25 35
34 Inches, double fold 40, SO, 60. 75
Debelges, French, cashmere-twilled, 22
Debelges, French, taffeta :
32 inches, double fold 35
42 Inches, double fold 45,60
Cashmeres, French :
32 Inches 37
36 inches 50
Sheda cloth. French, 46 inches 75
Memie cloth, French 91 00
Crape cloth, French 1 00
SIX SPECIMEN PRICES.
These are fair samples of the bargains we
have been giving for weeks in Linens :
Huck Tewel, large and hcavr 90 25
Huek Tewel, German, knotted fringe. . . 25
Glass Toweling, per yard 12
German bleached Table Linen 75
German Napkins, per dozen 2 25
8 tar Linen, 20 inches, per yard 12
MONDAY EVENING, JULY 26, I88O.
A CHAPTER CONCERNING THE SEX
Bat Dealing With Ill-favored Members
Thereer la Particular What Shall Me
Dene with ear Ugly Girls? The Hard
Let te Which They Have Been Re-
lehaed by ttertal Custom
wemra for Bank Cashiers,
Docter. Teachers and
the Neat profession.
CORRESPONDENCE FRWM OVER THE
Mr. Zacltarlas la Thurlegla The ?Monote
sous Order of Life Among the Ger
man raeple AmeBg the Haaats of
Goethe, at tne Cleister or Boni
face, and in the Chapel
Ugly girls are a minority iu England, net
because pretty ones form a majority, but
because the average runs toward plain
ness. A plain girl, se long as she is young,
healthy and nicely dressed, can never leek
ugly. There are some who, though
plain-featured, have what the French call
" la beaute du diable." These are very
spry ones, who love a laugh, are net
afraid of a man, and knew se well hew te
make the most of such advantages as they
possess, that they are acknowledged by
all te be winsome. Seme of the pleas
antest girls out belong te this category,
for they make it their endeavor te please,
which is net always the case with your
regular beauty, who is apt te grew conceit
ed from being tee much courted. Beauties
are often silly ; the girl with the devil's
beauty never is ; for indeed her attractive
ness comes from the sparkle of intelli
gence in her eyes and from her happy
self-possession. She is pretty sure te be
a geed dresser, dancer and talker. She
will have the tact net te show off her ac
complishments unless she is quite certain
te shine ; and she will allow a man te dis
cover her perfections one after another,
rather than try te force them upon his
notice all of a heap. There is a preju
dice against clever girls; I confess te
liking them as much as I de clever
men, though their penetration into
foibles of our sex does occasionally
inspire one with a desire te go off and bide
somewhere. I was once traveling en the
Great Western railway in one of these first
class carriages which are divided iute two
compartments. I was alone in mine, but
there were three young ladies in the ether,
aud as the partition deer was closed, they
either did net notice my presence, or else
were se unconcerned about it that they be
gan te discuss the ways of men as if I were
net there te hear. The things they said,
the merry way in which they said them,
the extraordinarily vivacious intuition
which they evinced as te the weak points
of man's charatter, were all as amusing as
they were humiliatingte listen te. When
the train reached Slough I had te get out,
and passed through the compartment
where the fair critics were. I say " fair "
by courtesy, for they were none of them
pretty. They became silent a moment as
if abashed, but then tittered behind their
muffs, and only reddened slightly when I
turned round, bowing, and remarked :
"Thank you for an agreeable journey and
a geed lessen, young ladies." " Try and
remember it," answered-one with geed
humored sauciness. I am sure she has
found a husband since, and I trust for his
sake, peer fellow, that he has contrived te
Here were plain girls who were bound
te get en in life ; but there are ethers less
sharp and mirthful, whose let is singularly
cheerless. Take the girl who is positively
plaiu, without any "devil's beauty," who
is net clever, and who has no money. Her
father may be a man with a small profes
sional income, just enough te get en with,
and he may object te let his daughter be
come a governess or a shop assistant. Se
long as he lives the girl has a home, but
she knows that when he dies, leaving noth
ing, her fate will be te face the world
without having any means of earning her
bread. Of course she hopes te get married
and this chance of matrimony which Provi
dence throws like a lottery ticket into the
lap of every girl, tends te keep her in a
day dream of expectation se long as her
youth last ; but it takes two te make a
marriage, and the plain, unaccomplished
girl does net easily find suitors. Goodness
knows what frantic efforts she makes te
bring her small talents under the notice of
curates, young doctors, simple-minded
gentlemen farmers and shy old bachelors
with money. She lets it be known that
she can cook, that she can sew,
that she loves parish visiting
(or looking after farm stock, as
the case may be), that she adores children,
and that she thinks woman's function in
life is te be the slave of her husband and
te make him a comfortable home. There
are some who, watching these antics, are
amused by them ; te me they have always
seemed infinitely pitiful. A woman
scheming for a husband uses just about
as much base artifice as a man striving
after advancement in his .profession, but
no mere ; and the excuse is greater in her
case, for the stake she plays is immense,
social custom having made of marriage
almost the only career for women above
the lower classes. There is no reason why
this should be se, considering the number
of situations there are which men new
monopolize, but which might be quite as
suitably, if net better, filled by women.
Why should net women be employed
in government clerkships te de the
copying and precise work which men
de in such slovenly fashion grumb
line all the while at the peer pay
they get ? Women write better than men;
they are mere industrious and painstaking.
They would make excellent posteffice
clerks, lawyers, engressers and counting
house cashiers. As te cashierships it may
be remarked that male .cashiers are con
stantly absconding with 'their employers'
money ; if bachelors they indulge in pleas
ures beyond their means, and bet or specu
late ; they get into debt; and then the big
sums in their keeping offer a temptation
tee strong te.be resisted. This is net te
be feared with women, who, when their
day's work is ever, go home quietly te tea,
and think mere of saving their earnings in,
driblets than of adding te them by bril
liant coups de Bourse. I hope te see the
day when male cashiers shall be extinct;
and meanwhile I feel sure that any bank
ing firm which had the sense te offer its
cashiership te a lady -would have no cause
te regret the experiment.
I need net say after that that lam a par
tisan of lady doctors, and I am se because I
knew'.' by l experience that they de very
much geed in attending upon their own
sex ana upon children. All doctors ac
knowledge the difficulty of getting women
te be quite straightforward about ailments,
te submit themselves te necessary exami
nations, &c, but they have no such shy
ness in the presence of physicians of their
own sex. What is mere, lady doctors be
ing in general less ambitious of fortune
than their male colleagues, are disposed te
bestow mere care upon their cases than
these latter, who have often a larger num
ber of patients than any one man can consci
entiously deal with. As this paper professes
te treat of " Ugly Girls," it may be in
ferred that I am commending the medical
profession as a burn retire for ill-favored
members of the sex only, but granting the
premise that marriage is woman's na
tural goal, and that pretty girls
have a better chance of reaching it than
ethers, it stands te reason that the major
ity of these relegated te professional work
would be persons who had been unable te
marry as they desired. Why should girls
who have net found husbands be consigned
as they new are by the tyranny of social
usage, te a debasing dependency upon their
relative, and be. forced te lead lives utterly
useless and unprofitable ? That gifted and
amiable woman, Sirs. Fawcett.centributed
a paper te the Ninteenth Century, in which
she dealt with the question of women's
employment in the most insensible man
ner. She supposed the case of a familly of
six daughters, three of whom married,
while the ether remained single. What
are these three spinsters te der "They
have," says Mrs. Fawcett, "no real or suf
ficient occupation. They spend their time
making their dresses and endeavoring by
snipping, altering and turning, always te
be in the latest fashion, and se make 30
a year or se, which they have for pocket
money, go as far as 85 or 40. This is sure
ly an unhealthy and unnatural exfstence,fer
why should the labor of three strong, ac
tive yenng women produce such an insig
Dificent result? Further, these girls are
apt te present, as time gees en, the unlove
ly spectacle of middle-aged spinsters aping
the appearance and manners of girls of
eighteen. " This is true enough ; and .Mrs.
Fawcett gees en te point out hew far mere
proper it would be if the three sisters had
tried te turn their talents te geed account,
as men de, by graduating at Girten or
Newnham, te prepare themselves for the
high branches of teaching or by studying
at a madical college te become physicians.
Fer myself, I de net see why women sheu'd
net be allowed te practice at the bar, if
they cared about it ; they might certainly
bring some novel-views te light in piecing
divorce suits or action for breach of premise.
It would net be fair te dismiss " ugly
girls" with the implication that they are
all useless in their generation, even when
the de nothing te earn the peer bread they
eat. Seme of the kindest, most lovable
womanly souls I have ever known have
been ugly spinsters, who had been denied
the happiness of becoming wives and
mothers. The old aunt who is a confidant
of youthful troubles, and helps te smooth
family jars ; the maiden sister, who acts
as nurse when there is sickness in the
house ; the middle-aged unmarried
daughter, who keeps house for an invalid
father and mother, and seethes the declin
ing years of the old people by her dutiful
unselfish attendance ; all these are types
of women who may be found in no small
numbers amongst "ugly girls." Ner is
the old maid who devotes herself exlusi ve
ly te her pet cat, parrot and deg an alto
gether unlovely picture. Ask the deg
what he thinks about it. I think it would
be a bad day for him if he bartered his
ugly mistress's kindness for the pleasure
of being called beauty's deg, or the cost of
bearing beauty's caprices. Londen Timet.
An American Abroad.
Mr. Zacharlas In Germany. t
We extract the following itemsef -general
interest from a private letter received
from Mr. Geerge Merle Zacharias, traveling
in Germany, who has furnished from time
te time a series of interesting foreign letters
te the Intelligencer :
I arrived in little Elsoff near Berleburg
and Arasberg, Westphalia, last Saturday,
and will remain a week in thederf in which
my great-grandfather was born. There is
still one descendant living whose guest I
am. In my entire trip I have looked for
ward te the time when I would visit this
little village. It lies se remote from the
railroad, that it was a little difficult te find,
but starting from Cassel by feet I arrived
here after several days. It is nestled among
the mountains of the province of Westpha
lia, and as a settlement dates from a very
early period. Already in 1130 was preach
ing held here, when most probably the
derf grew up forming the accessory of a
convent-cloister, which is known te have
been located here. Elsa Ileff was was the
name, which was gradually contracted into
Elsoff. The village church in which my
ancestors were confirmed and received the
communion se early as 1642, dates from
the period referred te above. Its interior
is exceedingly plain, but is interesting, as
the stone arches have no signs of decay.
These spring from the side wall in
an irregular way, which clearly indi
cates their early construction. Ne change
has been made in the form of the church,
but the reconstruction of the tower, for
which purpose a lady in Rochester, N. Y.,
who was born here, gave 1800, and the
emperor of Germany a smaller sum, which
spoke well for American generosity. The
church still belongs te the Reformed
branch of the Evangelical state chuueh.
The pastor has been very kind te me, and
has made me visit him and family each
day, dining or taking the Abend-essen as
I might wish. He has examined the old
church books for roe end traced my family
name te 1614 ; earlier than this few of the
church books speak, as during the succes
sive wars of this period se much was de
streyed in all Germany, and particularly
in the fanatical Bauer-Krieg.
The order of life in most of the
German villages is net se fresh
as with us. The people for se many
years have been accustomed te serve that
they are passive. One wonders often hew
they live en se little and are content.
Life as far as change gees is unknown te
the Derf-leute. Many never go further
than a few miles from the village in which
they were born. Witn their cows and
oxen for their companions in the fields,
they pled along though life. It would
almost be impossible for an ' American te
be se content as a German under the
same pressure. But I must tell
you of my trip since I left Derndorf and
Paster Witting. Following the Saale I
I visited Jena and the several places which
my four letters for the Intelligences de
scribed. Frem thence I proceeded te the
Schloss Schwartzbnrg, which is considered
the gem and pearl of the Thuringian
scenery. Here I was awaited by the yenng
castle preacher whose guest I was for two
uitye. juruugu me uiuair wuftb ucauuim
portion of the Thuringian. Wald I new
continued my walk, visiting Ilmenan
which Goethe loved ; -Obrdruff, where
Boniface founded a cloister ;' the Candela
bra in which he first preaqhed in this re re
gienm 723 ; Reinhardstmnn, one of the
most subdued and charmingly situated
places. This was the favorite resort of
tae Thnriegian landgraves. Thence I
acred or te' Annathal, where I saw what
I had long anticipated, the picture-view of
tne Warteurg, as it is called, r rem a
high elevation four miles distant the
Wartburg is seen, the view being through
the natural opening which the growth of
the trees permits. It seemed like an un
real picture, and yet it is se real. Through
the opening the castle is seen in full out
line, the view gradually contracting with
the distance, thence te Eisenach, where I
visited the Deaconess' house, Fer several
weeks I had been expected, se-that, the
Schwester Yen Bernstein said my name
before I announced it te her. 80 interest
ing was my visit te the house, and later
my walk te the Wartburg ; the room ia
which Luther translated the Bible ; the
chapel in which he preached, with the same
pulpit ; the Minnesaenger hall in which
Walther Yen Yegelweieh and ethers com
peted in the middle ages, and the beauti
fully restored Saal of the Knights, all
formed part of the enjoyment of a visit te
the Wartburg. On the
Monday following Whitsun-week I was
the guest of the Fraulein Yen Eichel,
founder of the Deaconess' house, beiag
served the most elegant meal I have re
ceived in my trip. This family is. the
eldest noble family in this section,
and can be called the Patrons of
Eisenach. The interior is furnished
with all that luxury and wealth can afford
and buy. A third delightful visit and
coffee invitations were accepted te the
house of the Frau von Strauch. Such was
my visit te Eisenach.' Frem thence te
Cassel, where the celebrated Wilhelmshehe
was enjoyed, which is the most remark
able combination of art and nature that I
have yet seen. But one feels sad that the
whole was largely constructed from the
money which Ilesse-Cassel received from
England for the troops which came te
America in 1775, and many of whose bones
are buried near Manheim in Lancaster
county, Pa. Thence I continued my feet
tour te Fritzlar, where Boniface founded a
cloister and church after be had cut down
the Glismar oak. This latter spot I also
visited, and te me it was one of the great
est pleasures I have had in my travels. On
and en I walked until I arrived in a little
derf, Dodenan, where Charlemagne is said
te have fought a battle with the heathen
Saxons. The name means such. In an
hour mere I was in my little Elsoff, and
thus I have come with you the entire
P. N. Markell, West Jeildere, X. S.. writes:
"I wish te inform you of the wonderful quali
ties of Dr. Themas" Eclectic Oil. I had a horse
se 'lame that he could scarcely walk; the
trouble was in the knee, and two or three ap-
Jilleatiens completely cured him." Fer sale by
I.'IJ. Cochran, druggist, 137 and 139 North
Qncen street, Lancaster, Pa. S3
Statistics prove that twenty-nve pereent.
of the deatlw in enr larger cities are caused by
consumption, and when we reflect that this
terrible disease in Its worst stage will yield te
a bottle of Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup,
shall we condemn the sufferers ter their negli
gence, erplty them for their ignorance? Ne
9 East King street.
After a day's hard work at business, one
gees home te rest and enjoy the evening in
conversation or reading. Having caught cold
during the day. a cough, with Satanic delight,
lays claim te his time, and tortures him. Ai
sucli time a bottle of Dr. Themas' Eclectic Oil
is certainly worth its weight in geld, as it al
most instantly relieves coughs, colds, 4c. how
ever severe they may be. Fer sale by H. It.
Cochran, druggist, 137 and 139 North Queen
street, Lancaster, Pa. 34
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fcTEW STATIONERY 1
New, Plain and Fancy
Alse, Velvet and Eastlake
PICTURE FRAMES AND TlASMiS.
I M. FLYNN'S
B(MW AND STATIONERY STOKE,
Me. 43 WEST KING STREET.
JOM BAER'S SOUS,
15 and 17 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
have in stock a large assortment of
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
Attention Is invited te their
FAMILY AND PULPIT BIBLES
Teachers' Bibles, Sunday Scheel Libraries,
Hymnals, Prayer Beeks,.
HYMN BOOKS AND MUSIC BOOKS
Fer Sunday Schools.
FINE REWABD CARDS.
SUNDAY SCHOOL REQUISITES of all kinds
OR LINEN COLLARS
nOR FAXCx STOCKINGS
"COR NEW bTXLE
LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, GO TO
E. J. KEtLSMAN'S,
06 NORTH UUEKN STREET.
SHOP ON PLUM STREET,
OrrestTBTHs Locomotive Works.
The subscriber continue te manufacture
BOILERS AND tfTEAM ENGINES,
Fer Tanning and ether purposes i
Sheet-irea Werk, aad
W Jobbing promptly attended te.
anglA-lyd ' JOHN BEST.
-pirrKKN DOLLARS BUYS A
With Enameled Water Tank, at
8HEHTZEK, UUMPHKEVILLE A
We. 40 East Klnr Street. Lancaster. Pa.
W1L P. FRAEUBY'S
MONUMENTAL. MARBLE WORKS
758 Nerta usees Htrest, Laaeaster, Pa.
MONUMENTS. HEAD AND FOOT STONES,
CEMETERY LOTS ENCLOSED, Ac,
All work guaranteed and satisfaction given
n every particular.
N. B. Remember, works ai the extreme end
O. USX NORTH QUEEN STBKET.near P. K.
. Depot, Lancaster, Pa. Geld, Silver aad
tekel-cased Watches. Chains. Clocks. Ac.
igeatfer the celebrated Pantoscepic Specta
les aad Eve-Glasses. Repair! a specialty.
; Waltham Watches,
AMERICAN OLOOKS, THER
1 MOMETERS, dec.
106 EAST KING STREET,
Ne. 20 NO USE TRYING Ne. 20
Te get a better WATCH for the
money than the
Manufactured by the
Ne. 20 East Kiag SU, Laaetwter, Pa.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In all kinds of
LUMBER AND COAL.
49-Yard: Ne. 430 North Water and Prince
streets, above Lemen. Lancaster. n3-lyd
COAL! COAL! COAL! CO A I,
Ceal of the Best yaallty put up exprensl)
for family use, and at the low
est market prices.
TRY A SAMPLE TON.
49-YARD ISO SOUTH WATER ST.
neJ9-lyd PHILIP SCHUM.SON A CO.
"lOALt COALt COALItt
We have constantly en hand all the Ix-st
grades of COAL that are in market, which we
are selling as low as any yard In the city.
Ca'! and get our prices before buying else
where. M. F. STEIGERWALT & SON,
827-lyd 334 NORTH WATER STREET.
COAL! - - - COAL!!
GORRECHT & CO.,
Fer Geed and Cheap Ceal. T... Harrlsbttrg
Pike. Office 2e5f East Chestnut Street.
P. W. GORRECHT, Agt.
J. B. RILEY.
W. A. KELLER.
C0H0 & WILEY,
SSO NOKTU WATJSM ST Vmummtrr, lt..
Wholesale anil Retail Dealers In .
LUMBER AND GOAL.
Connection With the Telephonic Exchange.
Branch Office : Ne. S NORTH DUKE ST.
T DMUEK AMD COAL BF TELEPHONE
The undersigned are new prepared te re
ceive orders for
Ceal, Lumbar, Sash, Deers,
by Telephone. Step In at the Exchange anil
de your own ordering free of charge.
S. E Cor. Prince and Walnut Streets.
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES,
Croquet. Base Balls and Bats, Chinese Tey
Bemb Shells, Paper Cap Pistols, ami ether
Seasonable Geed at
Flii & Brenemans
152 North Queen Street,
Allln want of Fine or Fancy Cabinet Werk
would de well te call and examine specimens
et our work.
OFFICE FURNITURE A SPECIALTY.
lffX Kast ' Street.
CHINA AND OLASHWAKK.
Fruit Jars. Fruit Jars.
Fruit Jars. Fruit Jars.
Jelly Tumblers. Jelly Tumblers.
Jelly Tumblers. Jelly Tumblers
Jelly Gupta;. Jelly Cups.
Jelly Cups. Jelly Cups.
AT THE LOWEST PRICES, AT
HIGH; & MARTIN,
Ne. 15 EAST KING STREET.
i nenn wueen street.