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LANCASTER, PA., FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1880
Price Tire Ceite.
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24 CENTRE SQUARE.
We have lei sale for the coming seasons un
Immense Stock of
! our own luauulacttuv, which comprises the
cutest and Most
Come uml sec our
trhlcli S.s larger aud composed of the best styles
U lie leund in the -lty.
D. B. Hostetter & Sen,
24 CENTRE SQUARE.
MONDAY, APRIL 5.
Having uxt relumed Ireiu the New Yerk
.Voelcu Market, I am new prepared te exhibit
iiiiMil'the Best Selected Stocks et
Surii nfl Smnmer Me,
vor brought te thi eily. Nene but the very
all the Leading Styles. Price as low as the
eucs1,aud all goods warranted a- represent
ed H. GERHART'S,
Ne. 51 North Queen Street.
THE ARTIST TAILOR.
Chiiing out our stock el Mght Weights at
ecist te make room ler
Fall and Winter Stock.
SERGES AND REPS,
BANNOCKBUIINS AND CELTICS,
AND BATISTE SUITINGS.
SEERSUCKERS, VALENCIAS, PAROLE
AM MOHAIR COATINGS.
A Splendid Assortment of Wilferd'h Padded
lueksi!i I'laiuaiid Fancy Styles. A Full Line
All the latest novelties. An examination of
our stock Is respectfully solicited.
I. K. SMALING,
121 NORTH OUEEN STREET.
VIlltfA AND OLASSWAltK.
fllllNA, GLASS AND OUEKNSWAItE.
White and Decorated Stene China, Tea, Din
ner and Chamber Sets 'White, Geld Band and
Fancy French China Tea and Dinner Sets,
Glass Sets, Tumblers, Goblets, Fruit Howls,
Fruit Jars ! Jelly Cups 1 !
AT TUB LOWEST PRICES, AT
HIGH & MARTIN'S,
Ne. 15 EAST KING STKEET.
-CTTHOLESALK AND RETAIL.
Ne. 227 NORTH PRINCE STREET.
DR. S. It. FOKEMAH,
(PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON),
Removed trem Ne. 18 Seuth Prince street te
Ne. 211 West King street, Lancaster, Fa.
BARGAINS IN CALICOES
NEW YORK STORE.
5,000 IBS. NEW DAI CALICOES AT 5 CTS. A YARD.
.1 ust opened an elegant assortment of choice styles In Calicoes, Cretonnes, and Chintzes.
Standard Makes of Blenched and Unbleached Muslins from 10 te 30 per cent, below Jane
prices. INDIA LINENS. VICTORIA LAWNS, WHITE PIQUES AND CAMItRICS AT BOT
Watt, Shand & Company,
S AND 1 0 EAST KING STREET.
I1AGKK & BROTHER will continue the sale or Goods damaged only by water timing
(lie leccnt lire en their premises.
WALL PAPER CARPETS,
Mattings and Oil Cleths, Muslins and Sheetings,
linens and Quilts, Woolens for Men's Wear,
and Ready-Made Clothing, &c.,
All or the above have been marked at a very low price, as we are determined te close
out the entire let.
The sale is going en daily from 0 a. m. until 7 p. in. Saturday evenings until 9 o'clock In
steie looms in rearet 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 KING STBEET.
CLOSING OUT OF SPRING AND SUMMf STOCK.
In order te close out our stock of Spring and Summer Goods te make room for a
heavy Fall Trade, we arc- ettering great inducements in Men's, Youths' and Children's
In our Custom Department wc have a large let of Piece Goods, which must be
closed out before September 1, regardless of profit.
In our Heady-in ado Department we have an unusually fine stock of Summer
Clothing, all of which can lie purchased at very lowest bottom figures.
Gentlemen, our facilities arc net equaled in the city. It will cost yen nothing
te examine our stock.
MYERS & RATHFOH,
Xe. 12 KAST K1KU STREET,
EDW. J. ZAlHJVI,
ZAHM"S CORNER, LANCASTER, PA.
our largely increased business makes II necessary ler us te enlarge our store room. Te
make room ler the alterations wc contemplate, we will ciose out as much or our stock as pos
sible, between this date and the 10th or AUGUST, at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
This offer applies te any article In our extensive stock EXCEPT SPECTACLES, and wil
allnrd all who desire goods in our line a rare opportunity te buy from first-class stock at un
iixuully low prices.
TONIC MD ALTERATIVE!
The Celebrated Prescription of W. CHAMPION BROWNING. M. I.
FOR GENERAL DEBILITY AND PURIFY INU THE BLOOD.
Perlectlv Purines the Bleed, Enriches the Bleed, Eeildcns the Bleed, makes New Bleed,
Wondcrfullyliupreves the Appetite, and Changes the Constitution Suffering from General
Debility into one of Vigorous Health. The best proof of its wendcrlul efficacy is te be obtained
by a trial, ami that simple trial strongly establishes it reputation with all.
3-l t is most scientifically and elegantly compounded by its author and sole proprietor,
W. CHAMPION BROWNING, M D.,
117 AROH STREET, PHILADELPHIA, PA.
A regular grad ua: e or J ettersen Medical College, of Philadelphia, a thorough Chemist and
Skilirul Pharmacist. Price, COc and Sl.OO. Fer sale by the Proprietor and all Druggists and
Healers in Medicine. dMydeew&wj;
?OK LINEN COLLARS
1 70K FAK:V STOCKINGS
OK NEW STYLE
LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, GO TO
E. J. EKISMAN'S,
5G NORTH O.UEKN STREET.
WE P. FBATLEYB
MONUMENTAL MARBLE WORKS
758 Nertn yueen Street, Lancaster, P.
MONUMENTS. HEAD AND FOOT STONES,
CEMETERY LOTS ENCLOSED, Ac.
All work guaranteed and satisfaction git en
in every particular.
N. B. Remember, works a. the extreme end
of North Queen street. mV
Capes, Caps, Helmets, a variety of Tin and
Metal Torches, Ceal Oil by the Barrel, Resin
and Political Torches, Political Flags and
Streamers, Chinese Lanterns with names et
Candidates, Muslin Flags et all Sizes, Badges,
Bunting Flags of all Sizes.
We invite Clubs, Committees and ethers te
give us a call.
D. S. BURSK,
17 East King Street, Lancaster.
AKCUS Q. SKHMEK,
He. 190 Kezth Prince street.
Prompt and partteular attention paid tool
ration and repair. HMyd
FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 13, 18SO.
A Texan's Discovery.
Alter Nine-tears' Absence lie Cemes Heme
te find HIa Wire Divorced and
Indianapolis Journal, August 10.
A singular case of personal recognition
took place yesterday afternoon in the Elm
Tree grocery store, corner of Seuth street
and Virginia avenue. A tall, well-dressed
man, who said he just returned from Texas
and whose features bere traces of exposure
te the severities of border life, had visited
the store once or twice during the day,
and had made inquiries in regard te the
names of several parties occupying houses
in the immediate vicinity, lie appeared
te be hunting for some one whom he
could net find. Between 4 and 5 o'clock
he had returned te the store and was scan
ning the faces of the customers, when a
woman who approached the ceuutcr te
make some small purchase arrested his
attention. He looked at her with an
earnest gaze, and then, approaching her,
said : ' Haven't 1 seen you somewhere
before?" The woman replied that he
might have seen her for anything she
knew, aud then, after taking a geed leek
at the stranger who had thus, without any
apology, accosted her, said: "Why, arc
you my husband ?" It transpired that he
was, and that the couple had net seen each
ether for mere than eight years. It was,
however, no case of fulling into each
ether's arms and weeping glad tears of
recognition. Nothing of that kind occur
red, and no emotion was displayed en
either side, but mutual explanation seen
revealed the fact that the relations of man
and wife--se long broken off could net
be very easily re-established. His story
was, substantially, that he had left Indian
apolis between eight and niue years age for
Texas, where he had since lived and pros
pered; that for the first few years he had
kept up a correspondence with his wife and
senther at frequent intervals sums of niouey
amply sufficient for her support ; that ill
evcry letter he had urged her te fellow him
te his far Western hemc,but she had always
refused te comply with this request, and
that at last, tired of writing aud sending
money, he had discontinued both, and had
given up all correspondence with his
friends in Indiana and had given him
self up te the reckless, roving life of a
frontiersman, all the time, however, add
ing somewhat te his cash account, until at
last, finding himself possessed of con
siderable wealth, he had determined te
visit ence mere tbe home of his youth.
Her story was that when the money and
letters from her husband had ceased te
arrived she concluded that something had
happend te him, aud that, at all events, he
was lest te her forever. She thereupon
obtained a diverce upon the ground of de
sertion and failure te provide, aud has for
the past four years been the wife of
another. The Texan acted like a sensible
man and took in the whole situation very
coolly. In a conversation that followed
he admitted that he had no oue te blame
but himself, aud said he did net wonder
that under the circumstances his wife
should have get a divorce. Indeed, he
did net appear se very sorry at the turn
that affairs had taken. After leaving the
store, the woman, whose present name is
Bradcn, went te her residence and was
accompanied by her former husband. He
remained with her some time, and upon
leaving the house appeared in the best of
humor, net in the least disposed te be
angry at the less of his wife ; aud it is
almost safe te prophesy that he will net
make any trouble for her ever the divorce.
Whether her present husband will take
the matter as coolly and philosophically
yet remains te be seen.
A Famous Brigand.
Captured Altera Leng Career or Crime
by the Italian Police Sympathy fur
lllui from the Fair Sex.
Correspondence Philadelphia Bulletin.
The brigand of whom I wrote in a letter
has been captured. Originally there were
two brigands, and as they were well-mounted
they wcre net a little terror iu the
neighborhood they visited,' but one of them
was taken about a fortnight age, and al
though it is known that the strongcref the
two yet remained te betaken, it was easily
te be imagined that it would net be long
before he would be captured. Whilst
tbcre were two, one could watch ever the
ether and help him in case of need when
he went te fetch the weed aud ether neces
saries which they had deposited at various
places for them ; but, left alone, Tibursi
had te have recourse te a confidant te
bring him his feed, aud it was this confi
dant who sold him. Five carabinicrs lay
in ambush near the spot where his feed
was concealed and, while the brigand was
proceeding te take it, the nearest carabi
nicr fell upon him and held him firmly un
til the ethers came te the spot. They bound
his arms te his sides. Before that the un
fortunate man had tried all means te free
himself, or te turn his gun en the
carabinicr, who held him, but it was im
possible. When he passed through Brac Brac
ciane all the town turned out te leek at
him ; for it was around Bracciano that he
committed the worst ravages, because
many rich Reman princes and ethers have
vilias and castles there, aud he could get
greater booty from them than from poorer
people. There are also some very pretty
bathing places areuud Bracciano, and
mineral-water springs much resorted te,
which wcre all founts of profit te the bri
gands, for as yet there is no railroad te
any of these places. Bracciano, conse
quently, was mere interested than any
ether part in the brigand's capture. These
who saw him say he is a strikingly haud haud haud
some man, and that, bound as he was, he
caused fear te these who looked at him en
account of the wonderful fire of his eyes.
He is net much ever 40 years of age. He
had been around Bracciano for the last
seven years, and had committed mere than
one murder during these years. In any
case, the Reman province is well rid of the
fellow, however much he.may still be ad
mired by the ladies. I hear that mere
than one lady has written te him te ex
press sympathy. It is strange, but it is
equally true, that these brigands excite
great sympathy in the female mind. When
Lceni was taken seme years age a. vast
correspondence of love letters was found
upon him. Russian and English ladies es
pecially were most generous in their con
dolences. Tibursi also may, perhaps, have
his share of love epistles when his trial
begins. As yet, however, the brigand is
sulky and -will net cat anything.
Beccat Republican Discoveries.
An "Old Subscriber" asks: "What
wing of the Union army did Gen. Hancock
command at the battle of Gettysburg?"
Nene. Gen. Hancock was net engaged in
that battle en the Union side. Early in
the morning of the first day of that terri-
eie struggle, tbe general, accompanied by
all the Democrats in the Union
ranks, deserted te the Confederate army,
and fought under the stars and bars until
victory perched upon the banners of the
leaerais. The battle of Gettysburg wa3
wen by Republican officers and privates
alone. Gen. Hancock, after Lee's defeat
bade Beauregard an effectieuate farewell
and returned te his command. As he had
net been missed, he secured a large portion
of the honors belonging exclusively te the
Republicans. Gen. Hancock was violent
ly opposed te the subjection of the south.
These facts have only recently been made
public as we learn from our Republican
exchanges, which, during a political cam
paign, never swerve a hair's breadth from
sweet, heaven-born truth.
Robbed of Costly Jewels.
A New Yerk Jeweler's Agent Leses Sil5,000
Werth of Diamonds in a Utica
Fifteen thousand dollars' worth of dia
monds were stolen from Henry Schiller, a
German Hebrew commercial agent, at
Bagg's hotel, in Utica, en Sunday after
noon or early in the evening of that day.
Mr. Shuler travels for Neah Mitchell, jew
eler, of Nes.494 and 49(5 Broadway, New
Yerk. He has had much experience iu the
business, having traveled extensively in
Europe for his uncle, a Louden diamond
dealer, before he came te this country a
year age. This was his first trip through
Central New Yerk.
He arrived from New Yerk Friday
night, with diamonds valued at $22,500 in
his trunk, and registered at Bagg's hotel.
He made a few sales, in value less than
$600, en Saturday. That evening he went
about town in company with some Ger
man friends. He returned late en Sunday
afternoon. He was away again from the
hotel from 4 o'clock until 11 at night. He
left his room locked. His precious stones
were iu trays set in tiers iu a satchel made
for the purpose. This satchel was locked
aud placed within a trunk which was also
locked. On his return te his room Schulcr
noticed nothing wrong, When he arose
and went te the trunk for a change of
linen he was unable te open the trunk.
Procuring the services of a saddler iu the
basement of the building the truuk was
forced, when the discovery was made
that a robbery had been commit
ted. The satchel's lock had been
broken, aud part of its contents taken.
The trays had been removed and the thief
who was evidently an expert in jewels, had
selected the most valuable pieces. Then
the trays had been replaced in the satchel,
the trunk closed, and the outer lock belt
forced with seme sharp steel instrument
iute place again,
Among the jewels which have been ab
stracted were two cluster cresses, worth
$1,800 each, several choice sets of earrings,
valued at $500 aud $750 a pair, and a num
ber of shirt studs, rings, etc., both sol sel
taircs and clusters. The settings of these
were of delicate workmanship and consid
Schulcr, en making this discovery, noti
fied the jeweller who had bought of him
en Saturday and the hotel clerk. Later
in the day the police authorities were call
ed, and a complete examination of the
premises was made. The suit of rooms
which Schulcr had is en the third fleer of
the hotel, immediately opposite the stair
way. There arc probably net live consec
utive minutes in the day or early evening
in which the deer of "Ne. 57 is net passed,
cither by employees of the house or
The detectives as yet have learned little
regarding the robbery. Twe Germans,
father and son, arc known te have visited
Schulcr's room en Saturday, when they
were shown the diamonds. Sunday after
noon one of the bell heys saw the son de
scending from the upper Heors of the
hotel durlug Schulcr's absence. These
parties have net been arrested. The dia
monds wcre exhibited en Saturday te a
number of people, and Schulcr's story
as regards time and circumstances is fully
The Other Side.
One Ames Bisscl, having written te the
Chicago Inicr-Ocein, an intensely Radical
paper, of his bad treatment in Texas, by
way of political persecution, a regular
member of its editorial stall, scut down
there te see the real condition of things,
convicts Bisscl of falsehood in this style :
I notice in the Inter-Ocean of the 21th
inst. an affidavit made by 3Ir. Ames T.
Bisscl, in which he says he was assaulted
for making a Republican speech at Bra
zoria, aud claims that he was afterward
threatened with personal violence and
forced te leave the country. I must al
ways think there is seme explanation that
can be made of the aflair that will put a
different light en the scene.
As seen as it was known in Columbia
that I was connected with the Inler-Occan
every attention aud ceuitcsywas shown
me that lay in reach of the people. Dem
ocrats aud Republicans alike called upon
me and were anxious I should sec for my
self the inside and outside workings of all
their affairs. On Saturday morning a
Democratic lawyer called, with an extra
saddled horse, and invited me te go te
Brazoria te attend a Republican conven
tion by the negrees. Wc found the read
clown the Brazes river strewn with black
men en horseback, all bound for the meet
ing. Like all ether politicians they com
plained of fraudulent rule iu their own
party, and were going ever te reorganize
and reform, aud each man claimed te be a
leader and carried fifty or seventy-five
votes in his pocket that the party would
lese unless things went his way. Arrived
at Brazoria wc found the court house
crowded with black men in consultation,
and a white man making a speech, and a
strengRcpublican one, tee. In unmeasured
terms he berated the Democrats for their
political shortcomings, claiming at the
same time, that personally they were all
his friends, and as men, and citizens he
held them in great respect. In fact, I
never heard greater freedom of speech in a
political meeting ; and there were present
a large number of Democrats, with whom I
was sitting, and whose faces I closely watch
ed in the vain endeavor te discover any
lurking trace of hostility. I was invited
te speak, and strongly urged te de se by
the Democrats, and should have had no
mere fear in giving full and free expres
sion of my opinions than I would have in
Nene of the men carried arms, cither
black or white, and while in Texas I saw
one man alone, aud he the sheriff of Bra
zoria county, armed with a pistol.
Medical Uses or Eggs.
Fer burns or scalds, nothing is mero
seething than the white of an egg, which
may be poured ever the wound. It is
softer, as a varnish for a burn, than collo cello colle
dion, and being always at hand can be ap
plied immediately. It is also mere cooling
than the "sweet oil and cotton," which
was formerly supposed te be the surest
application te allay the smarting pain. It
is the contact with the air which gives the
extreme discomfort experienced from ordi
nary accidents of this kind ; and anything
which excludes the air and prevents inflam
mation is tbe thing te be at once applied.
The egg is also considered one of the
best remedies for dysentery. Beaten up
slightly with or without sugar and swal
lowed at a gulp, it tends by its emollient
qualities te lessen the inflammation of the
stomach and intestines, and by forming a
transient coating en these organs te ena
ble nature te resume her healthful sway
ever the diseased body. Twe, or at most
j three, eggs per day would be all that is
renuircd in ordinary cases : and since the
egg is net merely medicine bat feed as
well, the lighter the diet otherwise, and
the quieter the patient is kept, the mere
certain and rapid is tne recovery.
Schnrz At tiettjsbHrg.
'D " in New Yerk Sun.
The early entry of Mr. Schurz into the
political campaign recalls an incident much
laughed ever by the veterans of General
Hauceck's staff who were eye-witnesses
of the splendid leadership which brought
order out of the apparent hopeless wreck
and rout of the first day at Gettysburg.
Hurrying across the field amid the
panic-stricken fugitives, there came face
te face with Hancock an officer wearing the
uniform of a division commander of the
Eleventh corps, making his way, mere or
less demoralized, toward the rear.
"General," exclaimed Hauceck sharply,
as he barred the route of the retiring pa
triot, "placoyeur men behind that stene
wall, sir, and held them there !"
"But, Shcucral," was the deprecating
answer of Gen. Schurz, who might be
pardoned for forgetting in the excitement
the pure English he always uses upon the
political platform, "I haf no men !"
"Then" with an emphasis and with
an expletive that fairly raised the future
civil service reformer from his saddle, "get
behind that stene wall your&elf, stay there,
and fight, sir."
The order was obeyed, but doubtless
with a secret conviction, which has only
grown stronger with the lapse of years,
that Hancock, who saved the day, was
after all, " a mere soldier."
Till: TPEACHEKOUS WATER. .
A Dangerous an Well as Userul filament
Jehn C. Buck, a ccusus enumerator at
Macen, Miss., committed suicide" by
The body of Julius Micr, drowned en
Monday night, was found en a flat at the
mouth of the Shcwsbury river, N. J.
The body of Daniel Baglcy, one of these
drowned near Bellcvuc, en Monday night,
was found near the Highland Bridge,
Ncvcrsink, N. J.
The coroner of Leng Branch has been
directed te investigate the cause of the
death of Mary Haggcrty, whose body was
found near some shipping at Sandy Heek.
The murdered body of Jehn Hayes, of
Ogdcnsburg, N. J., was found en the Iake
front, Chicago, III. Near by was a satchel
rilled of its contents.
The body of William M. Negus' son, of
East Forty-eighth street, New Yerk,
drowned in front of the steamer Oceanic
en Tuesday, was found near Fan-haven, N.
Purchase of a Railroad.
The Baltimore and Ohie railroad com
pany, through Mr. Rebert Garrett, third
vice-president, has purchased what is
known as the Buffalo branch, a small read
running from Garrett station, en the Pitts
burgh division of the Baltimore and Ohie
te Berlin, a distance of nine miles. The
read runs through a fertile part el Somer
set county, Pa., which is noted principally,
however, for its rich iron ere. The Buffa
lo branch will, it is thought, be extended
aud made te connect with the Cambria and
Somerset railroad. The amount paid for
the Buffalo branch was, it is said, $25,000
I. Sullivan, Malcom, Ontario, writes: "I
have been belling Dr. Themas' Eclectic Oil ler
si line years, and have no hesitation in saying
that it has given better sat inaction than any
ether medicine I have oversold. I consider ft
the only patent medicine thateures mere than
it is recommended te cure." Fer sale by II.
B. Cochran, druggist, 137 and tSi North Queen
street, Lancaster. Pa. 33
Statistics prove thai twenty-nve percent
et the deaths iu our larger cities are caused by
consumption, and when wc reflect that this
terrible disease in its worst stage will yield te
ahottleorLocher's Kenewncd Cough Syrup,
shall wc condemn the suircrers ler their ucgli
gence, or pity them for their ignorance? NeJ
!) East King btreet.
Ladies' Evening Dress.
When dressed for the evening the girls new-a-
Scarcely an atom or dress en them leave.
Nene blame them, for what Is an (eve)ning
Hut a dress that is suited for Eve.
It" Consumption's precursor, a .sail cold ensues.
The very best thing you can de,
Is, te try Dr. Themas' Eclectric Oil,
And its,ifely will carry you through.
FersalebyH. B. Cochran, druggist, 137 and
1.7 North (jueen street, Lancaster, Pa. 31
JiOOKS AJfD STATJOXJCJtY.
New, Plain and Fancy
Alse, Velvet and Eastlake
PICTURE FRAMES AND EASELS.
I M. FLYNN'S
IUMW AND STATIONERY STORE,
iie. Vi WEST KING STREET.
JOM BAER'S SOUS,
15 and 17 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
have In stock a large assortment el,
HOOKS AND STATIONERY.
Attention is invited te their
FAMILY AND PULPIT BIBLES
Teachers' ISiblcs, Sunday Scheel Libraries,
Hymnals, Prayer Heeks,
HYMN HOOKS AND MUSIC HOOKS
; Eer Sunday Schools.
FINE REWARD CARDS.
SUNDAY SCHOOL KEQU1S1TES of all kinds
Attorney and ConnsclIer-at-Law
21 Park Kew. New Yerk.
Collections made in all ports of the United
States, anil a general legal business transacted.
Uefers by permission te Stcinman & Hensel.
CAPE MAY, N. J.
OPEN FOR THE SEASON.
II. J. ft O. K. CHUMP, i Ofthe Colonnade Hetel,
; Netice is hcrebv siven that application
will be made te the Court or Common Pleas of
Lancaster county, en mendax, auuust 23,
1880, at 10 o'clock a. m., for a charter te incor
porate. " Saint Jeseph's Hospital." The object
et this institution is te provide for the com
fort and minister te the wants el the sick, the
aged and tnllrni.
SAMUEL II. REYNOLDS,
IntY LOCHER'S RENOuNED COUGH
HOW TO GET
Every day during summer all sorts
of goods remnants aud goods that
for ene reason or another are in our
way are picked out aud put together
te be sold at such prices as they will
bring. They are undcsirable for us
te held ; but they may be as geed
for the buyer as anything we have.
We have sold already this summer
net less than 8100,000 worth of goods
at irregular prices in this way for, say,
$50,000; and many thousands mero
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 un.l Juniper.
Ne. 159 NORTH QUEEN STREET.nearP. K.
R. Depot, Lancaster, Pa. tield. Silver and
Nickel-cased Watches, Chains, Clocks, Ac.
Agent ler the celebrated Pantoscepic ieeta
cles and Eye-U lasses. Repairing a specialty,
We liave just received a second invoice of
New Lancaster levnal
te which we call special attention or anyone
wanting a Kciiable Watch et a LOW PRICE.
106 EAST KINO STREET,
Ne. 20 NO USE TRYING Ne. 20
Te get a better WATCH for the
money than the
Manufactured by the
Lancaster Walcl Cenpaiy .
;for balk at
Ne. SO East King St., Laaeaster, Pit.
PENNSYLVANIA MUSEUM AND SCHOOL
or Industrial Art. The school ycaroriSSO ycareriSSO
81 will begin Monday. Sept. 1.1. Instructions
for young men and women in Industrial Draw
ing, Painting and Modeling ax tipnUed t the
arts. Send ter circulars te THE SECRETARY,
15 S. Seventh street, Philadelphia.
flUlK ACADEMY CONNECTED WITU
J. Franklin and Marshall College eilers su
perier advantages toyenngmenand boys who
desire cither te prepare for college or te obtain
a thorough academic education. Students re
ceived at any time during the school year
Send for circulars. Address
REV. JAMES CttAWFORD.
ctl 1-1 V I Lancaster. Pa.
A LLENTOWN FEMALE COLLEGE.
Under auspices et Reformed chnrch. De
signed for the literary and religions education
or Ladies. Rest facilities for Music, Drawing,
Painting and Modern Languages. Location
healthral. Terms moderate. Thirteenth year
will begin SEPTEMBER G.
Fer Catalogue address
REV. W. R. IIOFFOUD, A. 31..
jy 17-12td President, Allen te w n. Pa.
" THE YATES INSTITUTE,-
LANCASTER, PA. (Endowed.)
A Church Scheel for Reys. Prepares for
higher Colleges and Universities.
REV. JOHN G. MULHOLLAND,
M. A. T. C. D., Principal.
A few boarders con be received who will
hove the special core and oversight of the Prin
cipal. The next term begins SEPTEMBERS,
MOBMS, MAJiKKTS, JtC.
OIGN OF THE BUFFALO HEAD.
I have new en band the Laresst, Best aud
Chkafmt Abbebtmkbt of Lined and Unllned
BUFFALO ROBES in the city. Alse LAP
AND HORSE BLANKETS of every descrip
tion. A full line or
Trunks and Satchels,
Harness, Whips, Cellars, &c.
49-Rcpalrlng neatly and promptly ilenc.1l
lOS Kmrih Queen St., DaneatUr.
SHOP ON PLUM STREET,
OrresmTHZ Loeowmvx Wexxa.
The subscriber continues te manafactnra
BOILERS AND STEAM ENGINES,
Fer Tanning and ether purposes ;
Sheet-iron Werk, and
Bl&cksml thing generally.
40 Jobbing promptly attended te.
auglMyd JOHN BEST.