Lancaster daily intelligencer. (Lancaster, Pa.) 1864-1928, October 15, 1880, Image 1
is v-'ty- . a --j, . -'--ttlisv-:rta,'l JKsrf--?-'"- I" - - " rjrt l.V t -f ., , y , "i- ?ts.rpr- j- , --".- " - - atictefi Hits? vi,?iiiat..n . .. . . .'j -. ; T KrXWvXk Volew XTD-Ne. 39. LANCASTER, PA., FRIDAY. OCTOBER 15, 1880 Price Twe Carts. I Ha'O - -3??WrWP,; '.ja"- -c v -- 'f- - v '- mSmntmm ""HWTPJSWSkTPJJSW" - r Ui 1 .- XXW ADVJEMTIBEMENT8'. TJARUAINS! ksABGAlNS!! SELLING OFF! SELLING OFF!! Eathven & Rsher OITer their entire-stock of Ready-Made Clothing at and below Cost, with a view et discontinu ing tlic HEADY-MADE CLOTHING business, and devoting their attention exclusively te CUSTOM WORK. CLOTHING made promptly te order, and satisfaction in all cases guaranteed. A sclact line of Cleths, Cassimercs, Worsteds, Coatings, Suitings. Cheviots. Meltons, Overceatings, Vestlngs, &c., always en baud and orders re spectfully 'solicited. Alse, a general line r t urnishing Goods. BJATH VON & FISHER Merchant Tailors and Drapers, Ne. 101 North Queen St., Lancaster, Pa. SPECIAL. These in want or Itcady-Madu Clothing will consult their own intercst by giving them a call befere purchasing else where, as their Clothing arc mainly et their own inanufacluic and substantially made. sep2Muid FALL If EIDC AT H. GEEHART'S leriag Estalsieit, MONDAY, OCTOBER 11th, 180. A Complete Stock el Cleths, Suitings .AMD OVERCOATINGS, which for elegance cannot be snrpasbed. Largest Assortment el" Tfae ENGLISH AND SCOTCH SUITINGS in this city. Prices as low as the lowest at H. GERHART'S Ne. 51 North Queen Street. CLOTHING! CLOTHING! We liavc Stock et new ready for sale an Immense IU11 and Winter, which Style. :ne Cut and Trimmed We cm giv you a in the Latest GOOD STYLISH SUIT AS LOW AS $10.00. PIECE GOODS In great variety, made te order at short notice at the lowest prices. D. BHestetter & Sen, 24 CENTRE SQUARE, C-ljd LANCASTER, PA. 1SSO 1SSO Pall Season. The most attractive and 110611010116 Line of PARISIAN, Londen ani New Tort NOVELTIES, FOU MEN'S WEAR OPEX THIS DAY AT SM AUNG'S THE ARTIST TAILOR, 121 N. QUEEN STREET, tiXOCEXUES. -CTTBOLCHALK AMD KKTAJX. SEVAN'S FLOUR AT Ne. 227 NORTH PRINCE STREET. dlT-lya Reaay-MaQe Cihnig DRY GOODS. T.ABIES' COATS. Opened this day a large stock of the abere. guuus, ie wuicn special attention is invueu. Silk and Cotten Velvets FOR TRIMMING AND SKIRTS. BLACK AND COLORED SATINS FOB TRIMMING, &c. BLACK SILKS AJTD Black and Colored Cashmeres. We have all the above goods in lull supply, and te be sold at our nsual Lew Prices. FAHNESTOCK'S, Next Doer te the Court Heuse. DRESS GOODS, CLOAKS, CLOAKINGS. HAGER & BROTHER have new epsii the latest novelties in French, English and American DRESS GOODS. FRENCH PLAIDS, HANDKERCHIEFS, 8VIT1NGS, SIDE B AXDS, CASHMBRE FOULH, MOMIfl CLOTHS, FLAN NEL SUITINGS, &a, &. SILKS, SATDTS VELVETS. Cloaks! Cloaks! Ha vej ust received from Xw Tork Impert crs a line of Cloaks, Delmans ami Jackets in the Latest Style for Ladies and Misses. CLOAKING CLOTHS, Black mid Colens, Plain and AF-gertinent. Fancy, in Large XJSTWc invite examination. J. B. Martin & Ce. New one ring special value in DRESS GOODS SILKS, SATINS AKD VELVETS. SPECIAL VALUE IX BLANKETS, FLANNELS, UN DERWEAR AND HOSIERY. We are dally opening New Designs in CARPETS AMD WALL PAPEES. J. B. MAfiTIH & CO, Cemer West King and Prince Streets, LANCASTER, PA. FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS. T AXCASTEft BOILER MANUFACTORY, SHOP ON PLUM STREET, Opposite tub Loeoxonvs Works. The subscriber continues te manufacture BOILERS AND STEAM ENGINES, Fer Tanning and ethor purposes Furnace Twicrs, Bellows Pipes, Sheet-iron Werk, and Blacksmlthing generally. 43-Jobbing promptly attended te. auglMyd JOHN BEST. MRS. C. LILLEK, LADIES' HAIKDJKESSEH Kid Gloves and Feathers cleaned and dyed, at Xes. 225 and 227 North Queen street, four doers above P. B. B, DpeL 0l-3mU Hancaster IntciUgcncrr. FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 15, 1880. AQuestleii of Veracity. Messrs. Editor : In a recent number of the Lancaster Inquirer appeared an article en titled " A Democratic misrepresentation corrected," bigncd by Themas McGewau, charging me with saying ' I hoped te Ged I would see the day when the Seuth would rule the North, &c." The article which appeared in the Lan caster Intelligence!, of Sept.' 2, 1880, was sufficient of a denial te any dispassionate person, but net enough for Themas, who wished te see "his first" ever the signa ture of Themas McGowan. The article was net unexpected and te forever settle this malevolent Republican misrepresenta tien, I append the testimony of one who was present during the whole of the con troversy, and net a participant in it : The conversation between McGowan and Hairar as lepertcd in Intelligencer Sept. 2, 1880, is correct, McGowan charg ing Buckalcw with being a rebel, llarrar hoping te Ged that such rebels as he (Buckalcw) might control us. Signed, JMkniOK IIakrar, Kirkwood, Pa. I deny that the words imputed te me were ever uttered by me, and am net ".ashamed" of any part of my conversation with the gentleman whom his Republican "friend" found fault with because he, Mc Gowan, claimed te held Salisbury in his hand." I knew also that the article was prepared by Themas, his friend, Wm. P. Brinten, and two " visiting .statesmen " from Lan caster one of whom was the editor of the Lancaster Inquirer, whom he ( McGowan ) has frequently made ehargesagainst of the most malicious character. This great &-teacher of the Republican party and aspiring candidate of Sadsbury must certainly see the weakness of his statements when he is compelled te seek aid and pre"of from these whom he hither to denounced as uuwoithyef belief. The fact of the matter is this the state ment which tney wish te lercc en me is a specimen of the " bloody shirt argument " which Sadsbury's statesmen use and seme have even been mere audacious than Themas in making the charge that General Hancock was net a Union soldier. Of such Republican twaddle we have had enough. J. Allisen Uauuai:. A Pointed Reminder. A party of adventurous lads, my sell among the number, were out for a glorious holiday, haeh had his canvas bag across his shoulder, and we stele along the stone wall yonder, and entered the weeds be neath that group of chestnuts. Twe of us acted as outposts en picket guard, and another, young Teddy Shoepcgg by name, the best climber in the village, did the shaking. There were live busy pairs of hands beneath these trees, I can tell you, for each eue of us fully realized the neces sity of making the most of his time, net knowing hew seen the warning cry from our outposts might put us all te headlong flight, for the alarm, "Turner's coming 1" was enough te lift the hair of any boy in town. But luck seemed te favor us en that day. We "cleaned out" six big chestnut trees, aud then turned our attention te the hicko ries. There was a splendid tall shagbark close by, with branches fairly leaded with the white nuts in their open shucks. They wcicall ready te drop, and when the shak ing once commenced, the nuts came down like a shower of hail, bounding from the rocks, rattling among the dry leaves, and keeping up a clatter all around. Wc scrambled en all fours, and gathered them by quarts and quarts. There was no need of poking ever the leaves for them, the ground was covered with their bleached shells, all in plain sight. While busily engaged, wc noticed an ominous lull among the branches overhead. "'Sst! 'sst!" whispered Shoepcgg up above; "I see old Turner en his white horse daewn the read vender." " Coming this way?" also in a whisper, fiem below. " I dunne yir, but I jest guess you'd better be gitlin' reddy te leg it, fer he's hitch in' his old uag't the side e the read. Yis, sir, I blccve lie's a-cummin'. Shoo Sheo Shoe pcgg, you'd better be gittin' aeut e' this,' aud lie commenced te drop hap-hazard from his lefty perch. In a moment, how ever, he seemed te change his mind, and paused, once mere upon the watch. " Say, fellers," he again broke in, as we were preparing for a retreat, "he's gene off te'rd the cedars ; he ain't cummin' this way at all." Se he again ascended into the tree top, and finished his shaking in peace, and wc our picking also. There was still another tree, with elegant large nuts, that wc had all concluded te " fin ish up ou." It would net de te leave it. They wcre the largest and thinnest-shelled nuts in town and .there were ever a bushel in sight en the branch tips. Shoepcgg was up among them in two minutes, and they showered down in torrents as before. Aud what splendid, perfect nuts they were ! Wc bagged them with eager hands, picked the ground all clean, and with jelly chuck at our luck were just about thinking of starting for home with our well-rounded sacks, v'icn a change came o'er the spirit of ou dreams. There was a suspi cious noise in the shrubbery near by, and in a moment mero wc heard our deem. "Jest yeu leek ccah, ycu boys," ex claimed a high pitched ve'c; fiem the nsigh nsigh bering shrubbery, accompanied by the form of Deacon Turner, approaching at a brisk pace, hardly thirty feet away. 'Don't ycu think 3Tcu've get jest abaeut envff e' them nuts?" Of course a wild panic ensued, in which we made for the bags and dear life, but Turner was prepared for the emergency, and raising a huge old shot-gun, he lev elled it, aud yelled, "Don't any en ye stir nor move, or by Christopher I'll blew the heads clean effn the hull pile en ye. I'd sheet ye quscker'n ItghtniuV And we believed him, for his aim was true, and his whole expression was net that of a man who was trifling. I never shall forget the uncomfortable sensation that I experienced as I looked into the muzzle of that deuble-barrelled shot-gun, and saw both hammers fully raised tee. And I see new the squint and the glaring eye that glanced along theso barrels. There was a wonderful persuasive power lurking in these horizontal tubes ; se I hastened te inform the deacon that we were "net going te run." "Wa'al," he. drawled, "it looked a lee tle that way, I thert, a spell age ' and he still kept us in the field of his weapon, till at length I exclaimed, in desperation. "Point that gun in some ether way, will you?" "Wa'al, no! I'm net fer pintra' it enny whar else jest yit net until you've set them ar bags daewn agin, just whar ye get 'em, every one en ye." The bags were speedily replaced, and he slowly lowered his gun. " Wa'al, naew," he continued, as he came up in our midst, "this is putty bizniss, ain't it? Bin bavin' a putty lively sort e' time teu, I sh'd jedge from the leeks e' these 'ere bags. One two six en 'em ; an' I vaew they must be nigh en teu two an' a half bushel in every pleggy one en 'em. Wa'al, naew" with his pe culiar drawl "leek eeah : you're a putty ondustrieus let e' thieves, I'm blest if ye ain't." But the deacon did all the talk ing, for his maneeuvres were such as te rendar us speechless. "Putty likely place teu cum a-nuttin', ain't it?" Pause. "Putty nice mess e' shcllbarks ye get thar, I tell ye. Quite a sight e' chestnuts in yeurn, ain't they ?" There was only one spoken side te this dialogue, but the pauses were eloquent en both sides, and we boys kept up a deal of tall thinking as we watched the deacon al ternate his glib remarks by the gradual removal of the bags te the feet of a neighboring tree. This done, he seated himself upon a rock beside them. "Tuir," he exclaimed, remevins his tall hat and wiping his white-fringed fore head with a red bandana hankcrchicf. " I'm much ebleegcd. I've been a watchin' en ye gittiu' these' eie nuts the hull artcr artcr artcr noen. I thert ez haew ycu might like te knew it." And then, as though a happy thought had struck him, what should he de but deliberately spit en his bauds and grasp his gun. "Loek eeah" a pause, in which he cocked both bands "yeu boys wuz paewerful anxyis teu get mcay from ccah a spell age. Naew yeu kin get cz lively cz yeu please. I hain't get nethin mere for ye teu dcu te-day." And bang ! went one of the gun-barrels directly ever our heads. "We get, and when once out of gun range we paid the deaseu a wealth of these rare compliments for both eye and car that al ways swell the boys' vocabulary. "An autumn pastoral," by William II. Giusen in Harper's Magazine for November. A North Carolina Marriage. Soen after the close of the last war Capt X was appointed a justice of the peace in a country place net far from Haleigh, North Carolina. His father had been a planter in a rather small way, and his seu the captain had ac quired considerable experience in the busi ness of managing real estate, drawing up deeds, etc., durum the father's lifetime. and then in settling the estate after his decease. Further than this he had no legal knowledge, aud, indeed, his entire stock of " book-learning " was small and poorly selected, but any lack in general information was fully made up, for his uses, by self-assertion. Late one after noon, as he was riding home from Haleigh, he met a young woman and two men who hailed him and inquired if he was Captain X. The young woman and one of the men wished te be married at once. The ether had come as a witness. They had procur ed the necessary license, but an irate father was en their path, and swore that they should never be married. It was con sidered en all accounts safest te have the ceremony performed without delay, and try pacilicatien afterward. New the captain had never witnessed a marriage, and naturally had no very clear idea of what was usual in such cases, lie remembered having seen a book about the house years before with a form for mar riage in it, but what the book was and where it was he could net remember. " Why," said he, when he told the story- aitcrwaru, i knew the '1'estels' Creed aud Commandments, and at first I thought I'd use em' te begin en, but then I reckon ed, en the whole, they wns tee durucd solemn." He asked the couple te come te his house, secretly hoping that he could find that book ; but they declined, for the rca son that the matter admitted of no delay. A less assured man would have been sorely perplexed, but net he. He lest no time in removing his hat, and remarked, "llatsefl'iu the prcseuce of the court." All being uucevecd. he said, ' I'll swear you in fust off. Held up yer right hands." "Me tee?" asked the friend of the groom. "Of course," said the captain, "all witnesses miibt be sworn. Yeu and each of you solemnly swear that the evidence you shall give in this case shall be the truth, th' 'ele truth, an' nethin' but the truth, s'elp you Ged. Yeu, Jehn Marvin, de solemnly swear that te the best of your knowledge an' belief you take this yer woman tcr have an' tcr held for ycrself, yer hens, exekyerters, administrators, and assigns, for your an' their use au' behoef forever?" "I de," answered the gioem. "Yeu, Alice Ewer, take this yer man for yer husband, tcr hev an' ter held for ever ; and you de further swear that you are lawfully seized in fee. simple, arc fice from all incumbrance, and hev geed right te sell, bargain, and convey te the said grantee ycrself, yer heirs, administrators, and assigns?" "I de," said the bride, rather doubt fully. " Well, Jehn," said the captain " that'll be about a dollar 'n' fifty cents." "Are wc married?" asked the ether. " Net by a durucd sight ye ain't," queth the captain, with emphasis ; " but the fee comes in here." After some fumbling it was produced and handed te the "court," who examined it te make sure that it was all right, and then pocketed it, and contin ued : " Knew all men by these presents, that I, Captain X, of Raleigh, North Car uliga, being in geed health and of sound, and dispesiu' mind, in consideration of a dollar 'u' fifty cents te me in hand paid, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowl edged, de and by these presents have de clared you man and wife during geed be havior, and until otherwise ordered by the court." The men put en their hats again, the young couple, after shaking their bene factor's hand, went en te meet their des tiny and the irate father, while the cap tain rede home richer in experience. Ed itor's Drawer, in Harper's Magazine for November. A Brutal Crime. A Little fiey Kidnapped and Then Murdered. The particulars of a most attrocieus crime committed a short time age, arc published in the English papers this morning. It has an especial interest for theso who have made the Charley Bess case a study, as the confession of murder, made a few days age shows that in this as in the American case, the object of the criminal was te obtain a large amount of money as a ransom. William Marianus de Jongh. clerk te the Minister of the Celonies at the Hague, con fesses te murdering a school boy named Marius Begaardt, son of a former Secre tary General, new living a retired life. The murderer laid his plans very cunningly,and before securing the boy had written a letter te the father asking for 75,000 guilders, or 30,000, for the surrender of his son, but hew and where the ransom was te be paid was net clear, though it was supposed De Jongh had accomplices. The confession of hew the murder was committed was told by the prisoner tehis sister te whom he was devotedly attached. DeJengh wept bitterly while giving the following account of the motives and circumstances under whfch the murderjtoek place : He said that en September 23, before he committed the crime and before he had even possession of the boy, he wrote the letter referred te, demanding the ransom ou a certain date. The letter was written in the cafe St. Hubert, from which he went te William's Pahr, where Mr. Begaardt re sided. It was 2 o'clock in the afternoon. Mrs. Begaardt had just left her house and driven in her carriage te the Schevingen. De Jongh thereupon went te the Rhenish railway station, and, having directed a let ter, put it into the postefficc letter box at the station. He then took a cab, but as the cabman was asleep when De Jongh en tered the vehicle he did net notice his face. De Jongh drove te the school and aaked for young Marius Begaardt, a fine-looking boy, 13 years of age. The boy fetched his school articles, asked permission te leave school aud accompanied De Jongh in the cab. When they arrived en the downs the murderer sought a quiet place where he threw the boy te the ground, bound his hands and feet with cord, which he had bought that morning. " Remain here," he said te Marius, " until I return with the money I have demanded of your father. Step your crying if you de net want te be killed." He covered the youth with his coat aud intended te go, but the boy cried se loudly that he returned. Faucying he heard footsteps, De Jongh took his sword out of his walking stick aud killed the child, stabbing him seven times iu the breast. In a very agitated state of mind the inhuman radian tied te Schevingen, washed his hands at the seashore and re turned te the Hague, after throwing away his sword stick in a little channel by the roadside. De Jongh was arrested en the downs, whither he returned early the next morning ; but after being confronted ith tIuceachiiian aud ether witnesses he was Iibciatcd. He was arrested afterward ou his own confession. After his avowal of his crime his sister asked him what motives he had for the horrid deed. He answered : " I saw our father die iu poverty. As for myself I could net make ray way in India, but I had a place in the same office where father worked with no better pros pects than he had. What would be my mother's let and yours? I wished te as sure te her a comfortable "old age, and when I heard from a family who are acquainted with his circumstances that Mr. Begaardt was a very rich man, I was seized with a desire te con strain him te give me money by stealing away his only son. I did net in tend te kill the child except in case he should possibly become my accuser. My only motive was my wish for money. No body assisted me cither befere or at the murder." The accused maintains that he is the sole delinquent. He will appear at the end of this month before the criminal court. Musqucter, the sergeant who dis covered the murder, receives daily a num ber of letters of thanks. The case has created an unparalleled excitement in Hol Hel land. KIVA'Jir l'ADS. EATS MET PAD! A discovery which cures by the tiatural pio pie ecvj, ABSOBPTION, all diseases of the Kidneys, Bladder, Urinary Organs and Nervous System, when neiliing else can. It is comfortable te the patient, pos itive in its effects, and the ttrst cure for these painltil and much dreatlcd since t ions, Disibetcs aud Bright's Disease, while its cure of Gravel, Drepsv, Catarrh of the lilatltler, JSrickdust Deposit," Painful Uri nating, High Colored Urine, Nervous Weak ness and Pain in the Ruck seem mere llke miracles than cac3 et natural healing. The price brings It within the reach et all, and it will annually wive many times its cost in doctor's bills, medicines and plasters, which at best give but temporary relief. It can be u'-e.l without tear or harm, and with certainty of a permanent cure. Fer sale by druggists generally, or sent by mail (free of postage) en receipter the price. Regular Pad. $2; Child's Pad (for incontinence of urine in children), ?1..)0: Special (extra size), $. Our book, "Hew a. Life was Saved," giving the history of this new discovery, and a large record of most re markable cuiet, "-cut tree. Wri'e ler it. Ad dress Day Kidney Pad Company, TOLEDO, OHIO. P.APTTflN wiS t the many worthless UJluiiui'i. Ki,incy Pads new seeking a sale mi our reputation, we deem it due the alllictcd tn warn them. A-k Ter DAY'S KIDNEY PAD, and take no ether. sl-lvdeedMW&P.'iw EASTERN AGENCY, CHAIiLES N. CRITTENT0N, lit' Vulleu SI., New Yerk. $500 RBWABD! OVER A 3HLLION OF PROF. GUILMETTE'S Frencl Kiflney Pais Have already been Mild In this country and in France ; every one of which has given perlect Millsiactieu, aud has performed cures every time when used according te directions. We new say te the alllictcd and doubting ones that no wil pay the above reward ler a single case et LAME BACK hat the Pad fails te cuic. This Great Remedy will Positively and Permanently cure Lum bago, Lame Rack. Sciatica, Gravel, Diabetes, Dropsy, Kright's Disease of the Kidneys, In continence and Retention et the Urine, In In ilaimiiatien of the Kidneys, Catarrh et the Rladdcr, High Colored Urine, Pain In the Rack, Side or Leins, Nervous Weakness, and in fact all disorders of the Rladdcr and Urinary Organs whether contracted by private disease or otherwise. LADIES, if you arc suffering from Female Weakness. Lencorrhrea, or any disease el the Kidneys, Rladdcr, or Urinary Organs, YOU CAN BE CUBED ! Without swallowing nauseous medicines, by simply wearing PROP. GUILMETTE'S FRENCH KIDNEY PAD, WHICH CURES UX ABSORPTION. AxL-WMir drill? !?ist. for PROF. GUTT.MKTTK'S FRENCH KIDNEY' PAD, and take no ether, i It lie lias net, get ii, scnu n ami you win re celve the Pad by return mail. Fer sale by JAMES A. 3IEYERS, Oild Fellows' Hall, Columbia, Pa. Sebl only by GEO. W. HULL, Druggist, 15 W. King St., Lancaster, Pa. uugll-fiuitleefUI.W&F Prof. Guilmette's French Li?er Pad. Will positively cure Fever and Ague, Dumb Ague, Ague Cake. Rillious Fever. Jaundice, Dyspepsia and all diseases of the Liver, Stomach and Rloetl. Price $1.50 by mail. Send for Pret. Guilmette's Treaties en the Kidneys and Liver, free by mail. Address FRENCH PAD COMPANY, Teledo, Ohie. augll-SmdeedM.WSF KIDNEY VVuiiT JTOK SALE AT LOCH era' Drug Stoie, 9 East King street. DMT WHAT TO WEAR! We have catalogued below a very few of THE POPULAR STYLES IN DRESS GOODS, '.Taken at random from our immense stock of AUTUMN DRESS TSX TURES. Extreme styles have been purposely emitted. In the Novelty Department We show the MOUCIIOIK OR HANDKERCHIEF tiOODS, In All Weel, Weel and Silk, Tricot. Feulo and Cashmere. At a!l prices. TRICOTS AXD SHOODES, Witli fancy satin borders. TLAIDS, In Tricot, Cashmere, 3Iomie and J!a-iket U'eave. In the Lewer Priced Plaids D( ENGLISH. GERMAN AND DOMESTIC. At 2, OT., 31, ZVA and 50 cents. Comprising some really beautiful styles, and including some genuine bargains. In Ladies' Dress Cleths We show a vast variety of FOULES, CASHMERE DE LINDE AND CASIMIR, Iu Foreign Goods, and 5-4 AND C-4 FLANNEL CLOTHS, Of domestic make. Made expressly for our own counters. In Solid Celer French Fabrics We show MAN Y NEW THINGS IN ARMURES. IN TRICOTS. IN MOM IKS. IN FACONNES. IN CHEVRONS. IN BIARRITZ. IN POWDER CLOTHS, IN CORDETTES. IN RAYURES. IN GRANITE CLOTHS AND CHOPPED CHECKS. Each Iu fourteen colors, comprising all the newest shades of Bronze, Olive, Prune, Grc nat, Saphir, &c. In the Cashmere andlMerine Depart ment. Wc show 3J-INCH CASHMERES, ALL COLORS, 31-INCH CASHMERES, ALL COLORS, SMXCII CASHMERES, ALL COLORS, 38-INCH CASHMERES, ALL COLORS, At C5cts. 38-INCH CASHMERES, ALL COLORS, At 75 cts. 33-INCH CASHMERES, ALL COLORS, AX. 87icts. 46-INCH CASHMERES ES, ALL COLORS, At $1.00 Should you desire te examine any of the above and canuet spare the time nec essary for a visit te Philadelphia, we shall be pleased te send you samples and fill your orders through our MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT. STRAWBRIDGE & CLOTHIER, EIGHTH & MARKET STREETS, PHILADELPHIA. WATVUJCS, ZAHM'S A new room and elegant stock. A full line of Lancaster Watches, Waltham Watches, Columbus Watches, iu Geld and Silver Cases, at the LOWEST CASH PRICES, r.eantliul wedding gifts In Jewelry, Diamonds, Bronzes, Silverware, and French Clocks. Arundel Spectacles, the best in the weild. OUR MANUFACTURING DEPARTMENT i as complete as any In the larger cities. We manufacture Rings, Masonic Marks, Society Pins, Jewelry of all kinds. Diamond Mounting and any special or odd pieces In any desired style. MONOGRAMMING and Fine Jewelry and Watch repairing a specialty. AH work warranted. Call and examine our stock and leave your repairing with Znhm's Cerner, Lancaster, Fa. VLOTIllXU. GAEFIELD VS. HANCOCK. PALL CAMPAIGN OF 1880 New opened and the battle has commenced and rages fiercely, and while there may be some doubt in the minds et many persons as te who will be the next President et the United States, then can be no tleubt in the mind of any person in want of CLOTHING as te where can be bought the cheapest and the best, cither in KcadT-matle or Made te Order. MYERS & RATHFON, Centre Hall, Ne. 12 East King Street, tke Urcat Clothing Emporium. The second story room is packed brim full with the greatest variety of READY MADE CLOTJILNU fUUJlli.N. 1UUIHS, liUlS AMJ arc well made, -well trimmed, and thti goods nre nicnts. MEN'S ALL WOOL SUITS AS LOW AS $12.00. Our Piece Goods fill the first fleer te its utmost capacity, and Is nicely arranged, se as te give the purchaser the advantage et seeing the whole stock In a very short space et time. Wa arc prepared te make up te order ut thtt shortest possible notice and at the most reasonable price. Our stock has been bought for cash and will be sold at a very small advance. Buy your Clothing at Ccntr Hall and save ene profit. Call and examine enr giant stock and save money. MYERS & RATHFON, Ne. 12 EAST KING STREET, ' LANCASTER, PENN'A. JtOBEH, DXiANKJSTS, JtC. OIGN OF THE BUFFALO HEAD. ROBES! ROBES!! BLANKETS! BLANKETS I have new en hand the Largest, Rest aud Cheapest Assortment of Lined and Unlincd RUFFALO RORES in the city. Alse LAP AND HORSE BLANKETS of every descrip- Hen. A full line of Trunks and Satchels, Harness, Whips, Cellars, &c. 0Eepelring neatly and promptly dene.Gf A. MILEY, lOS North Queen St., Lancaster. 25-1 jdMWAS MAMBJLj. WQSK8, WM. P. FRATTiTTrS MONUMENTAL MARBLE WORKS 7S8 Nerm vjueen Street, Lancaster, Pa. MONUMENTS, nEAD AND FOOT STONES, GARDEN STATUARY, CEMETERY LOTS ENCLOSED, Ac. All work guaranteed anil satisfaction g en In every particular. N. B. Remenrber, works a', the extreme end el North queen strop. n30 GOODS. We belie ve that the above willbe found te be the best assortment et colorings ever shown In Philadelphia, and at the lowest prices ler similar qualities. We show LUPIN'S COLORED MERINOS, (Cnsice Shades). At SO, 62X and 75 cts., and 44-INCH SHOODAHS (Excellent values). At 6i, 73 cts.. and 11.00. IN MEDIUM PRICED DRESS GOODS We made very large and desirable contracts witli manufacturers, and have many thing that cannot be tennd elsewhere in theUnled States. Wc have 200 Pieces MOM1E CLOTH, at 62J cts. 41 inches Wide and Excellent Value. 100 Pieces POWDER CLOTHS at 73 cts. 41 inches Wide and Cholce Colorings. 200 Pieces MOMIE CLOTH at M cts. 31 inches Wide, Splendid Weight, 3P0 Pieces MOMIE CLOTH at 31 cts. 'J2 inches Wide, worth 37 cis. 100 Pieces WOOL FACE CASHMERE at 37Jcts. 3 inches Witle, Geed Value. 90 Pieces GRANITE CLOTHSa-37cte. 34 inches WhUT, Very Cheap. 50 Pieces BROCADES at 31 cts. 34 inches Wide, Werth 57&cts. 300 Pieces BROCADES at 25 els. Zi Inches Wide, Choice Designs. 100 'Pieces ALPINE TRICOTS at 31 cts. 23 inches Wide. Very Stylish. 100 Pieces PI NOR ETTA MOMIESat25ct. 23 inches Witle. New and Choice Styles. 300 Pieces MOMIESAND ARMURES at 20 cts. 22 inches Wide, Elegant New Designs. 200 Plcctts ALL-WOOL DRESS CLOTHS at 23 cts. 23 inches Witle, in Blue, Green. Brown, Gnir and Plum Celers. We have several lets et goods bought from manufacturers and importers at en prices, te close which, ami te stimulate trade this early in the season, we shall make the following special prices ; We name 200 Pieces GERMAN FANCIES at 20 cts. Never befere sold less than 31 cts. 200 Pieces GERMAN FANCIES at 25 cts. Cost te import 31 cts. 50 Pieces G-4 ARMURES at G2 cts. (All Weel) In blaek and colors, cost 85c. te manufacture. 25 Pieces C-4 CHEVRONSatlHcts. (Ail Weel) Would be cheap at 87 cts. .HSirjELRT, Jte. CORNER. ED W. J. ZATTM. HULiUUKa, all our own manufacture. Thev nil spengctl belere they are made up In gar- UOUHJS rUUSIHUIXti HOODS. TTOTICE. FLlAri & BEBNBMAJSr. Would advise all who contemplate putting In HEATERS or making any alterations in theil heating arrangements te de se at once before the rush of Fall Trad begins. THE MOST RELIABLE Steves, Healers ami Mips, In the Market atth LOWEST PRICES. Flinn & Bwmaii's GREAT STOVE STORE, 152 North Queen Street, LANCASTEK. PA. 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