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LANCASTER, PA., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1880
Price Twe Cmts.
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sti n ri aTivijif ai t VT i i r 11
24 CENTRE SQUARE.
Wc have fei sale fertbe coming seasons n
Immeiue Stock of
ifeur own manufacture, which comprises the
.atcat and Hest
Come and sec our
r lilcli Is larger and composed of the best styles
:i Ihi found in tlic city.'
D. B. Hostetter & Sed,
24 CENTRE SQUARE.
MONDAY, APRIL 5.
Having lust returned from tlie New Yerk
Voelcn Market, I am new prepared te exhibit
)iic of the Best Selected Stocks of
Sprii mil Summer He,
rer brought te this city. Nene but the very
all tliu Leading Styles. Price as low as tlie
ewesl, ami all goods warranted as represciit-
Ne. 51 North Queen Street.
THE ARTIST TAILOR.
Closing out our stock of Light Weights at
cost te make room for
Fall and Winter Stock.
A Large Line of
SERGES AND REPS,
It AXNOCKBURNS AND CELTICS,
AND BATISTE SUITINGS.
SKEUSUCKEKS, VALENCIAS, PAROLE
AND MOHAIR COATINGS.
A Splendid Assortment of Wllferd's Padded
Ducks In Plain and Fancy Styles. A Full Line
Marseilles anfl Dack Vestiegs.
All the latest novelties. An examination of
our stock Is respectfully solicited.
T. K. SMALING,
121 NORTH QUEEN STREET.
The Old Bitner Line, Established 1846.
J. R. BITNER'S
FAST FREIGHT LINE
VIA PEN1TA R. B.
All Freight sent te Frent and Prime streets,
Philadelphia, up te 6 o'clock and te Ne. 5 Deck
street, te 9 o'clock p. m., will arrive same night
at Depot, in Lancaster.
The Drayage te these Central Depots Is lower
than te any ether. Ne Drayage charged for
Delivery in Lancaster.
All Freight leaded in Lancaster, up te C
o'clock p. m., will reach Frent and Prime
streets, Philadelphia, early next morning.
HKNBY A. MUST
Attorney and Counseller-at-Law
Pane Maw. New Yerk.
Collections made In all parts or the United
States, and a general legal business transacted.
Kefan toy peradaatea te SteUman HenseL
NEW YORK STORE.
5,000 YDS. If DAI CALICOES AT 5 CTS.ATABD.
Just opened an elegant assortment of choice styles In Calicoes, Cretonnes, and Chintzes.
MUSLINS! MUSLINS I
Standard Makes of Bleached and Unbleached Muslins from 10 te 99 per cent, below June
5 rices. INDIA LINENS. VICTORIA LAWNS, WHITE PIQUES AND CAMBBICS AT BOT
Watt, Shand & Company,
S AND' 1 0 EAST KING STREET.
ItAGKIt ft BROTHER will continue the sale of Goods damaged only by water during
the recent tire en their premises.
WALL PAPER CARPETS,
Mattings and Oil Cleths,
linens and Quilts, Woolens for Men's Wear,
and Ready-Made Clothing, &c.,
All of the abeve have been marked at a very low price, as we are determined te close
out tlie entire let.
The sale Is going en dally from 6 a. m. until 7 p. m. Saturday evenings until 9 o'clock In
store rooms in rear or main store.
As there was no damage te stock In main stere room business there gees en as usual.
H AGER & BROTHER,
NO. 25 WEST KING STREET.
EDW. J. ZAHM,
ZAHSTS CORNER, LANCASTER, PA
Our largely Increased business make It necessary for us te enlarge our store room. Te
make room rer the alterations we contemplate, we will close out as mncli or our stock as pos
sible, between this date and the 10th of AUGUST, at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
This offer applies te any article In our extensive stock EXCEPT SPECTACLES, and wll
afford all who desire goods In our line a rare opportunity te buy from llrst-class stock at un
usually low prices.
TONIC AM ALTERATIVE!.
The Celebrated Prescription of W. CHAMPION BROWNING, M. D.
FOR GENERAL DEBILITY AND PURIF11NG THE BLOOD.
Perfectlv Purifies the Bleed, Enriches the Bleed, Reddens the Bleed, makes New Bleed,
Wonderfully Improves the Appetite, and Changes the Constitution Suffering from General
Debility Inte one of Vigorous Health. The best proof of its wonderful efficacy is te be obtained
by a trial, and that simple trial strongly establishes It reputation with all.
43lt Is most scientifically and elegantly compounded by Its author and sole proprietor,
W. CHAMPION BROWMNG, M. D.,
117 ARCH STREET, PTTTTiADKT.PrTTA, PA.
A regular graduate of Jeffersen Medical College, of Philadelphia, a thorough Chemist and
Skillful Pharmacist. Price, 50c and 91.00. Fer sale by the Proprietor and all Druggists and
Dealers In Medicine. d4-lydeew&w
CLOSING OUT OF HH Al H STOCK.
Iu order te close eat ear stock of Spring and Summer Goods te make room for a
heavy Fall Trade, we are offering great inducements in Men's, Youths' and Children's
In our Custom Department we have a large let of Piece Goods, which must be
closed out before September 1, regardless of profit.
In our Ready-made Department we bare an unusually fine stock of Summer
Clothing, all of which can be purchased at very lowest bottom figures.
Gentlemen, our facilities are net equaled in the city. It will cost you nothing
te examine our stock.
MYERS & RATHFON,
Xe. 12 EAST KING STREET,
ROBES, BLANKETS, JtC.
OIGN OF THE BUFFALO HKAD.
I have new en hand the Larebt. Bmtaitd
Cheapest Assortment of Lined and Unllned
UUFFALO ROBES In the city. Alse LAP
AND HORSE BLANKETS of every descrip descrip
tlen. A full line of
Trunks and Satchels,
Harness, Whips, Cellars,
49Repairing neatly and promptly dene.W
108 Nmrth Owen St., Imntmttmr.
WM. P. FRAILBY'S
MONUMENTAL lffARBTiH WORKS
?S8 Nena uaeea Street, Laacaater, Pa.
MONUMENTS, HEAD AND FOOT STONES,
CEMETERY LOTS ENCLOSED, Ac.
All work guaranteed and satisfaction grt cm
In every particular.
N. B. Remember, works at the extreme end
of North Queen street. mJB
Muslins and Sheetings,
HOB FANCY STOCKINGS
?OB MEW STYLE
LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, GO TO
K J. EBISMAN'S,
M NORTH QUEEN STREET.
Ne. 827 NORTH PRINCE STREET.
IVY LOCHERS RKNuwNED COUGH
JUncastcr I ntelligmm;.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUG. 4, 1880.
LETTER FBOI COLORADO.
INCIDENTS OF TRAVEL IN THE FAR
Stemming aad Staging from Denver te Bneaa
YUta from Beeaa Vista te Lead
ville DeaerloUen of Magni
ficent Menntaia scenery.
TOUGH TALES, BUT TRUE.
An Alligator Attacks a Bey la a Small
Stream Near Creeaea, Pa., and Escapes
With a Flece of His Leg. Big Rats
Tboeiands or Monster Rodents that
Infest the CeUer of a Pennityl.
vanla Brewer. A Battle
In Which a Ten of Car
casses Lay Strewn
Journeying In Colerado.
Kokomo, Summit County, Cel.,
July 20, 1880
Denver is a beautiful city, situated al
most beneath the shadow of the snow
crowned Reckies, at an altitude of 5,000
feet, its climate is about the medium be
tween your city and Leadville. The even
ings and morning, are balmy and cool,
while at noonday the rays of the brilliant
sun strike as forcibly as in places of less
elevation. Builded en the plains, the city
is regularly laid out and it streets are as
hard as adamant, no macadanizing or Bel
gian blocks being required. The sidewalks
arc constructed of pine and hemlock plank
ing in many places set en edge. Having
the benefit of Eastern advancement in arch
itecture the buildings are all constructed
in the latest style of improvement. Many
elegant and attractive residences adorn the
streets, and the public buildings and hotels
are all models of architectural beauty. One
of the handsomest structures in the city,
te be used as a hotel, is new being erect
ed by that Western Croesus, cx-Govcnier
Being the general headquarters for min
ers' supplies and outfits, that line of busi
ness in Denver is booming. In fact every
branch of trade seems flourishing.
Frem Denver te Buena Vista, the Wcbt
ern terminus of the Denver, Seuth Park
& Pacific railroad, the ride, though at
times very dangerous, was one of the
grandest it has ever been my pleasure te
enjoy. Though grand enough by daylight
it is surpassingly beautiful by moonlight.
Hew shall I describe it ?
The read fellows through its entire
winding course the Platte river canon, se
called from the Platte river, a narrow
mountain stream, flowing between two
lefty mountain ranges, which form a part
of the Reckies.
About half-past eight o'clock iu the
evening we entered the canon. The moon
in resplendent glory lit up with its bright
silvery light the otherwise Egyptian dark
ness of that narrow mountain pass. On
either side rose in lefty magnificence the
towering peaks and rugged boulders of the
grand old mountains. Rugged peak and
craggy eminence, rocky point, once rough,
new smooth by the falling rain of centu
ries, and pine-covered cliff, upon which
the moon shed its pale, lustrous beams,
met the eye at every turn ; the whole pre
senting a scene of such wild, weird beauty
and grandeur as no poet ever described or
painter's brush portrayed.
Net least in its wild sublimity was the
Platte river ; new a placid mountain brook
flowing in peaceful quiet down the moun
tain gulch, again a rearing, rushing moun
tain torrent speeding en with turbulent
rear, causing the rocks and cliffs te echo
back its glad exultant shout of joy for its
escape from mountain caves and fastnesses.
Innumerable cascades, waterfalls and
sheets of mingled waters net a little added
te that never-ceasing, ever-changing
beauty. Far into the night en the rear
car of our train I steed in silent admira
tion, drinking deep in the wild natural
beauty of that never-te-be-forgotten scene.
It was my pleasure while en this train te
have a conversation with the typical Colo Cole
rado mountain lumberman. Tall, though
somewhat steeped, thick, bushy hair and
beard, dark piercing eyes, and clad in the
characteristic blouse, beets and white
slouch hat, his appearance was net the
most inviting. His fund of information
was large and his desire te dispense it was
quite refreshing after the many vain at
tempts te obtain information I had already
made. He spoke with that lengthened
drawl and peculiar accent se noticeable in
many Western people. In answer te a
question I asked in reference te the 'rain
fall in his section, he said, " Naw ! we
'aint hed naw rai-in sence the firs' of las'
Angus'. " He left me at " Last Resort,"
a station whose name fully denotes its ap
pearance. Speeding rapidly en through mountain
glen and pass, we reached Kenoshe Sum
mit, the highest point en the reed, some
time in the night. Frem this place our
journey, though down grade, was deprived
of none of its beauty or danger.
Having rested well a portion of the night,
I rose bright and early, washed off the
coal dust that had blackened my face, don den
ned my overcoat and again sought the
platform of the car te enjoy the beauty of
sunrise in the mountains. The mountain
scenery in the night had changed and we
were passing through beautiful parks and
valleys though almost en the top of the
range. Darkness was fast passing iate
light and ere long the sun in glorious
splendor rose like a ball of fire from be
hind a towering peak, resting, seemingly,
for a moment en its crested top ere the
long journey of a day was begun. Up, up
it came, growing fuller and brighter as
from the mountain top it slowly rose.
The valleys, hemmed in by snow-capped
mountains, lit up by this glorious moun
tain sun, lay in silent beauty en every
ride. Fer miles and miles, round curve,
through pass, and under hanging rock, we
slowly wended our way regretful te leave
behind the unsurpassable beauty of that
grand mountain scenery.
Buena Vista, the then terminus of the
read, was at length reached. Frem this
point we enjoyed the pleasures and dangers
of a stage ride 35 miles te Leadville.
After breakfast and considerable time
spent in looking after and having weighed
our baggage, we bearded one of a line of
six Concord coaches run by Messrs. Bar Bar
eow & Sanderson. These gentlemen have
had long experience in the stage business,
being the same firm that ran the first
overland line and carried Uncle Sam's
mail te California away back in '49.
After considerable delay, as I before
stated, we started, and without exaggera
tion I can truthfully say that no ride it has
been my pleasure te enjoy in this or any
ether country was se replete with pleas
urable excitement as my stage ride with
"Old Califerny," our driver from Buena
Vista te Leadville. Though the read was
rough, narrow and dangerous, it was geed
for a mountain read, and when "Cali "Cali
eorny " cracked his whip ever the ear of
the leader and drew up his handful of
reins we felt that however safe we might
be we were in for a geed shaking up, and
we cot it.
Te add te the nervousness of some of
the passengers, at our first stepping place
te change horses the hostlers with an air
of great terror cautioned the drivers te be
en the lookout for Indians, as about 200
Utes had crossed the canon that morning.
I looked upon the story as a canard
but many of the passengers looked well te
the priming of their "pocket pieces."
They had, however, no occasion te bring
them into service, neither Indians or trace
of Indians being visible.
Considerable annoyance was experienced
by "freighters," that is, men with long
teams of mules and trains of wagons
hauling freight from the terminus of the
railroad te Leadville, unwittingly getting
in our way; bleckaking the read some
times for two or three hours. Net infre
quently the passengers were obliged te get
out in order that the coach might be taken
almost ever a team,se narrow was the pas
sage way. But " Califerny " was a care
ful driver and after many seemingly nar
row escapes from being tossed ever a
precipice or knocked against a hanging
rock we arrived safely in Leadville.
Of my trip from Leadville te this beauti
ful mountain city I have already written
you. F. K.
An Alligator Attacks a Be.
Alteena (Pa.) Tribune.
Pennell Sharp, a farmer's boy, went
swimming in a small stream, a branch of
the Conemaugh, along the line of the
Pennsylvania railroad, near Cressen, re
cently. He was watched by compaaie ns
en the bank. They suddenly heard hi.m
give an agonizing scream and then disap
pear in the water. They saw that he had
been caught by some black animal which
had one of his legs in his mouth. The
animel carried the young man under the
water, but reappeared in two or three
minutes with Sharp in his jaws. He
cried te his companions te sheet,
but before a gun could be dis
charged he was pulled under the
water again. About two minutes after he
rose with the big black brute still clinging
te his leg. and struck out for the opposite
shore. Again he called upon his compan
ions te sheet, but beins afraid of hitting
Sham no one discharged his min. At last
he reached the bank and began climbing t
up its slippery side, when the animal,
guided by a sudden impulse, gave a jerk
which tore a great piece from the calf of
Sharp's leg, and slid with its mouthful of L
numan nesn into tne neep water te reappear
no mere. It was thought for a time that
the limb could be saved, but mortification
set in and it was found necessarv te amnn-
tate it just below the knee. The young r
man is new getting along very well, and
will probably recover. It is thought the
strange animal is an alligator, and his
presence in the stream is thus explained :
In May, as a train of freight cars was com
ing East, a link broke and a slight colli
sion occurred, throwing the car into the
stream at this point. The car contained
general freight and among ether things a
live alienator, about six feet long, which
was en its way te the Philadelphia zoolog
ical jrarden. Nethine- was afterward seen
of the animal, and it was supposed it was j
killed by the fall. Hut it must have es
caped, and this was probably the animal
which attacked young Sharp.
A Ten of Rats.
Or, What is Heme Without Ita Eight-Pound
Twenty years or se age Herman Min- n
nich owned a brewery along French creek,
Franklin, Pa. A storage vault or tunnel
belonging te the brewery was excavated
in the side of the hill nearly 200 feet length.
There was a great flood in the creek in
1865, and the water threatened te fill the
vault. A large quantity of beer was stored
there at the time. In attempting te save i
tne beer from being carried away, Oliver
Minnich was drowned. Philip Gressman
new keeps a saloon near the vault, which
he uses te store cheese, bologna and beer
in. The vault for some time has been
overrun with rats of an enormous size.
They frequent the tunnel in such numbers
and are se bold and aggressive that Gross Gress
man has long found it necessary te take
some one with him te fight the rats away
while he takes out cheese or beer. The
cheese is kept covered with tin cases,
through which the rats cannot gnaw.
Among Gressman's children are two
boys, Philly, 13, and Eddie, 8 years old.
They are both extremely fend of Swiss
cheese. A few days age they determined
te make a raid en the stores of
their favorite cheese in the old
brewery vault. They knew it would be
necessary te fight an army of rats in order
te secure the prize they coveted, but that
did net deter them. Philly armed him
self with a heavy piece of hoop iron, and
the two boys entered the vault, the
youngest one carrying a lantern. They
had gene a few feet only when the rats
began te dispute their passage. Rats
scampered about them en every side, and
it was with difficulty that Philly kept
them off of himself and brother by active
wielding of his piece of iron. Seme"of
the rats were of enormous size, 'and the
army kept the boys entirely surrounded,
moving along toward the further end of
the tunnel with them, and keeping up a
loud and fierce outcry as they marched.
Several times one of the rats, mere bold
than hs companions, would jump savagely
at one or the ether of the boys ; but these
invariably met death or were disabled by
blows from Philly's iron. The younger
boy wanted te go back after a rat had
leaped up and caught him by the sleeve
with his teeth ; but his brother quieted his
fears and told him that the rats were only
By the time the boys reached the end of
the tunnel, where the cheese was kept, tne
rats had gathered by hundreds around the
children, covering the cheese boxes and
running ever the boys in spit .of the ef
forts of the elder te keep them off. Philly
took off his coat and wrapped it around
his little brother te protect him from the
rats, and then proceeded te uncover a
cheese. The rats piled upon him and all
about him, as though frantic with the
prospect of getting possession of the
cheese themselves. Philly beat about him
right and left, but, finding it impossible te
drive the rats away, se that he could net
a box raised, he told his little brother te
go back and tell his father te come into
the vault as seen as possible. The little
fellow hastened out, leaving Philly alone
in the dark, battling with the rats, which
were gradually getting the better of him.
He placed his back against one side of the
tunnel, and wielded his club continually
killing or disabling a a rat at almost every
When the younger child carried the news
te his father that Philly was in the vault
surrounded by the rats, Gress nan and
two neighbors armed themselves with
clubs and hurried te the rcscue of
the boy. The army of rats seemed
te number thousands when they
reached the scene. The men joined in the
contest, but se numerous and persistent
were the rats that they were mere than an
hour in conquering them. Dead rats lay
piled en every side, and their number was
se greatly reduced that the survivors were
finally driven te their holes. Eight hun
dred and nineteen dead rats were carried
from the vault. One of them weighed
ever eight pounds. The carcasses filled
a two-herso box wagon, and were a geed
lead for a team te drive away. The
combined weight of the rats was ever a
S. Chadwlck, or Arcadia. Wayne county. X,
Y., writes: "I have had severe attack et
Asthma for several years. 1 commenced tak
ing Dr. Themas' Eclectic Oil ; the first dose re
lieved me In one hour. I continued taking it
In teaspoonful doses for a few days, and have
net had an attack of it since, new nearly one
year." Fer sale by H. 1$. Cochran, druggist,
137 and 139 North Queen street, Lancaster. 7
Statistics prove that twenty-nve per cent
of the deaths In our larger cities are caused by
consumption, and when we reflect that thLs
terrible disease In its worst stage will yield te
a bottle of Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup,
shall we condemn the sufferers ler their negli
gence, or pity them for their Ignorance? Ne
9 East King street.
A Ferfeet martyr.
"I was a perfect martyr te rheumatism," a
hale and hearty Individual was heard te re
mark the ether day, "but," continued he, "Dr.
Themas' Eclectric Oil banished the pain,
which racked my joints and muscles, and leek
at me new new." A glance convinced ns. Fer
sale by H. B. Cochran, drugeist. 137 and 13!
North Queen street, Lancaster, Pa. 8
HOW TO GET
Every day during summer all sorts
n goods remnants and goods that
tfor-eno reason or another are in our
way are picked out and put together
utolbe.vold at such prices as they will
bring. They are undesirable for us
te hdlfl; but they may be as geed
.for .the .bmyer as anything wc have.
We have sold already this summer
net less than 100,000 worth of goods
:at irregular prices in this way for, say,
850,000; and many thousands mere
:are going. There is something marked
down at nearly every counter in the
Everything sold is returnable if un
satisfactory at the price.
Chestnut, Thirteenth, Market and Juniper.
cam a jurJ glassware.
Fruit Jam. .Fruit Jars.
Fruit Jars. Fiuit Jars.
Jelly Tumblers. Jelij Tumblers.
Jelly Tumblers. 3eUy Tumblers
Jelly Oupe. Jelly -Cupa.
Jelly Cups. Jelly Oupe.
AT THE LOYEST PEICES, AT
HIGH & MARTIN.
Ne. 15 EAST KING STREET.
Capes. Caps, Helmets, a variety of Tin and
"Metal Torches, Ceal Oil by the Barrel, Kesln
and Political Torches. Political Flags and
Streamers. Chinese Lanterns with names et
Candidates, Muslin Flags et all Sizes, Badges,
Bunting Up of all Sis.
We Invite Clubs, Committees and ethers te
give us a call.
D. S. BUKSK,
17 East King Street, Lancaster.
TAMES BROWN, DEAX.EK IN STOCKS
and Bends, 64 and 68 Broadway. New Yerk,
Operations en mantin and ly means of privi
leges. Information furnished ea all matters
connected with, stock speculation and invest
BLOOD AND SKIN
CcncTRA Kbselvkxt purines tlw bleed
through the IhjweIs. liver, kidneys and skin.
CtrncUBA, a Medicinal Jelly, removes dead
flesh and skin, renders healthy ulcers and old
sores, allays inflammation, itchinir and irrita
tion of the akin and scalp. Citiccra Mkdici
wai. Teilst Se.ir restores whiteness and bean
titles the skin. ClTlCTRA SlIAVlSO SOAf 1h tllO
only medicinal soap expressly prepared for
SALT RHEUM FOR A LIFETIME.
I have had a most wonderful cure of Salt
Rheum. Fer seventeen years 1 suffered with
Salt Khcum ; 1 had It en my head. Rice, neck,
arms and legs. I was net able te walk, only en
my hands and knees, ler one year. 1 have net
been able te help myself for eight yetiTS. I
tried hundreds of remedies ; net one had tlie
least effect. The doctors said my case was in
curable. Se my parents tried everything that
came along. I saw the advertisement and eeni
eluded te try CirncrKA Kicxk!i. The tlrst
box et Ccticcra brought the Humer te the
surface of uiv skin. It would drop off as it
came out, until new I am entirely well. All 1
can say Is, 1 thank you met heartily for my
cure. WILL MeOOXALD.
1315 BCTTKBrlELI St..
Chicago, 111., March 4, 137!).
I have been alllictcd for nineteen years with
Psoriasis, and luive spent hundreds et dollars
for doctors and stuff they call bleed purifiers.
Hecters did net knew what te call my disease.
I.weuld scratch nights until I scratched mv
sclf raw: then It would dry and form Inte
scales, which would all be scratched off next
night and se en. I have been completely cured
by the Cutiicka ICkxepiks.
Coxcerd St.. Busteii Mill,
Memnus, Tiflw., J une US, 1873.
Cuticcr Urmsdiks are prepared by WEEKS
& POTTER, Chemfets and iniiltts.StM Wash
ingten street, Jlos-ten, ami are for sale by all
MALT AND HOPS!
DYSPEPSIA. Dyspepsia Is the prevailing
malady of civilized life. It lies at the bottom
of one-half our misery. It is the rock upon
which many of our business ventures have,
split. It clouds the mind, weakens tlie IkmIv,
and preys upon the vitality. Where shall wetiml
relief from this morbid, melancholy misery?
MALT BITTERS! At once a medicine and a
feed, this wonderful nutrient and Invigerunt
builds up enfeebled digestion, regulates the
flew of the gastric juices, dissolves and assimi
lates every article of diet. and cures Headache,
Dizziness, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation or the
Heart, Nervousness, Sleeplessness, Melan
choly, and a thousand ether morbid forms
assumed bv Dyspepsia.
MALT BITTERS arc prepnred without fer
mentatien from Canadian BAR LEY SIALTand
HOI'S, and warranted superior te all ether
forms of malt or medicine, while free from the
objections urges! against malt liquors.
Ask ler Malt Bitteib prepared by the Malt
Bitters Cempakv, ami see that ever' bottle
bears the Tbade Makk Ladel, duly Sieneii antl
enehsed In Wave Likes.
MALT BITTERS are for sale by nil Drug
NO.150M NORTH QUEEN STREET, near P. R.
R. Depot, Lancaster, Pa. Geld, Silver and
Nickel-cased Watches, Chains, Clocks, Ac.
Agent ler the celebrated Pantoscepic Specta
cles and Eye-Glasses. Repairing a sHcialty.
AMERICAN CLOCKS, THER
106 EAST KING STREET,
Ne. 20 NO USE TRYING Ne. 20
Te get a better WATCH for the
money than the
Manufactured by the
Later WaM Company.
;reit sale at
Xe. 20 East King St., Lancaster, Pa.
All in want of Fine or Fancy Cabinet Werk
would de well te call and examine specimens
et our work.
OFFICE FLKMTLKE A SPECIALTY.
lSXEast Kins Street.
nirrKEN dollars buts a
With Enameled Water Tank, at
SUERTZER, HUM I'll reville a
Ne. M East King Street. Lancaster. Pa.
AK. McVAMN. AUCTIONEER. OF REAL
Estate and- Personal Property. Orders
left at Ne. 35 Charlette street, or at the Black
Herse Hetel, 44 and 4S North Oueen street, will
receive prompt attention. Bills made nntand
ttendea te without additional cost. e2My