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Volume XYII-Ne. 74
LANCASTER PA., FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 26, 188U
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ITEMS FOR CLOSE BUYERS
SELECTED AS SPECIMEN LOTS FROM
The Largest Stock of Dress Goods
Out-of-tewu consumers' who may deMic te bee these wonderful bargains in Dress
Goods and cannot spare the time te visit Philadelphia, should send for samples through
our Mail Order Department.
Market St. te Filbert,
WATT, SHAND & COMPANY
In vile ladle te examine large purchases of Clearing Leis at less than Auction Prices.
COLOEED DKESS SILKS,
Beautiful Shades, really worth $1, only 05c.
BLACK DRESS SILKS. Popular brand, 87c. $1, 1.25, 1.50, 1.75.
POWDER CLOTH SUITINGS. G inches wide, nil wool; importer's priee 80c; earn C2Uc.
BLACK CASH ft ERES. Excellent Value, 37J, 50, 55. C2C. 75, 87c, $1, 1.25.
COLORED CASHMEItES. Deuble width; new shades 17c ; new scld'ut 25c.
FLANNEL SUITINGS. Desirable Celers, SOc te $1.20.
PLAID DRESS GOODS and NOVELTIES. Largest Assortment and Lewest Prices.
LADIES' GLOVES. 200 dozen Heavy Lisle Gloves 25c ; worth 50c.
CLOAKS, SHAWLS, CLOAKTNGS,
AT POPULAR PRICES.
NEW YORK STORE.
J. B. MARTIN & CO.
U'e will open ler. the Holidays the
WE WILL SHOW AN ELEGANT LINE OF
RUGS, MATS, CRUMB CLOTHS
CHINA, GLASS, MAJOLICA AND GRANITE WARE.
Tea Set, Oat Meal
Sets, Dinner Sets, Ice Cream Sets, French China Coffee and Tea Cups
NOVELTIES IN MAJOLICA WAKE;
Decorated Granite and Porcelain Toilet Sels, Finu Lamps, &c. Fancy Goods of all kinds.
JWWe respectfully solicit a call.
J. B. MARTIN & CO.,
Cerner West King and Prince Streets Lancaster, Pa.
GAEFIELD VS. HANCOCK
FALL CAMPAIGN OF 1880
Mew opened and the battle has commenced and rages fiercely, and while there may he
aeuut in ine minus ei many persons as te
8tates, there can be no doubt In the mind of any
i de oeugui uie cueapcsii ami uin oust, cuncr
MYERS & RATHFON,
Certre Hall, N. 12 East King Street, tke Great Vtetkiag Emporium.
Tbaaeeend story room Ispacked brim full with the neatest variety of BEADTMADE
CLOTHING FOR MEN, YOUTHS, BOYS AND CHILD KEN, all our own manufacture They
are well made, wall trimmed, and the goods arc a'l sponged before ttiey are made up In gar
ments. MEN'S ALL WOOL SUITS AS LOW AS $12.00.
Onr Piece Goods 1U1 the first fleer te its utmost capacity, and is nicely arranged, se as te
give the purchaser the advantage et seeing the
are prepared te make up te order at me shortest possible notice and at the most reasonable
Sriee. uur stecic lias uecn oeugnt ier casu ana winuc fiem at a very small advance. Buy your
lething at Centra Hall and save one profit. Call and examine enr giant stock and save money.
Ha. 18 EAST UNO STREET,
G-4 GKAIN DE POUDRE AT 25 CENTS.
the choice colorings and worth 31 cents.
G-4 HALF WOOL CASHMERES AT 25 CENTS.
Would be considered very cheap if marked 31
CHOICE SILK MIXED PLAIDS AT 37$ CENTS.
In French styles and worth 50 cents.
EXTRA VALUE FRENCH CASHMERES AT 37
CENTS. All wool and double width.
BLACK FRENCH CASHMERES AT 37$ CENTS.
Deuble width and worth 50 cents.
POWDER CLOTHS 50 CENTS,
colorings and wear-resisting.
LUPIN'S MERINOS AT 50 CENTS. Ex-
heavy, yard wide and worth 62$ cents.
BLACK CASHMERES AT 50 CENTS.
wool and worth 02$ cents.
42 INCH CREPE MOMIES AT G2$ CENTS, worth
3 INCH LUPIN'S CASHMERES ATC2$ CENTS.
This is the best value in these goods ever offered.
44 INCH CREPE MOMIES AT 02$ CENTS. All
wool and worth 87$ cents.
46 INCH SILK AND WOOL FABRICS AT 75
CENTS. Cost te manufacture, one dollar.
40 'INCH ALL WOOL DRESS GOODS AT 75
CENTS. Reduced from one dollar.
44 INCH BLACK GRAIN DE POUDRE
CENTS. Reduced from one dollar.
4:5 INCH BLACK CASHMERE MOMIE CLOTHS
AT 75 CENTS. Pure wool and a beautiful
blooming black. Selling nowhere else for less
than one dollar.
iT. V. Cor. of Eighth St.
Line of FANCY AND USEFUL ARTICLES
who wul he the next -President et the United
person in want of CLOTHING as te where
in itcaay-maae or jaaae te uraer.
whole stock in a very sliert space of time. We
DATS MET PAD!
A NEW DISCOVERY.
That acts directly en tire Kidney. (Bladder
and Urinary Organ?, by absorbing all humors,
every trace or disease, and forcing into the
system powerful aud healthful vegetable
Tonics, giving it wonderful power te cure
FAIN IN THE BACK. Side and Leins, lnflam
matieu and Bright's Disease el the Kidncvs,
Gravel, Dropsy, Diabetes. Stone in the Blad
der, Inability te Kctain or Expel the Urine,
High Colored, Scanty or Painful Urinating,
Deposits, Shreds or Casts in the Urine,
NERVOUS AND PUVS1CAL DEBILITY,
and in tact any disease of these great organs.
It aveids.euti rely the troubles anddangers et
taking nauseous and poisonous medicines. It
is comfortable, safe, pleasant and reliable in
its effects, yet powerful In it action. It can
be worn at all bcasejis. in anv climate, and is
equally geed for MAN, WOMAN OltVUILU.
.ask your druggist Ter it and accept no imi
tation or substitute, or fcend te us and receive
it by return mail.
Regular 1'ad, $2; Special lad, for Chronic,
deep-seated, or cases of long standing, $3;
Children's Pad, prevention and cure et sum
mer complaint, weak kidney and bed wet
Day Kidney Pad Company,
CHARLES N. CRITTENTON,
115 Fulton St., New Yerk.
OVElt A MILLION OF
Frenct Kidney Fads
Have already bem jeld in this country and in
France : every one of which has given perlect
satisfaction, and has performed cures every
time when used according te directions. We
new say te the alllicted and doubling ones
that we wil pa3T the above reward ler a single
Ifiat the Pad falls te cure. This Great Remedy
will Positively and Permanently cure Lum Lum
baire. Lame Back. Sciatica. Gravel. Diabetes.
Dropsy, Bright's Disease et the Kidneys, In-
UUIILl.l'J.IUU UIIU JMJlVllllUll Jl lm.J UllllC, "
flammatien of the Kidneys, Catarrh et the
Bladder, High Colored Urine, Pain in the
Back, Side or Leins, Nervous Weakness, and
in fact alldisordersef the Bladdcrand Urinary
Organs whether contracted by private disease
LADIES, if you arc suffering from Female
Weakness. Leueorrheaa, or any disease et the
luuneys, Bladder, or urinary urgans,
YOU CAN BE CURED I
Without swallowing nauseous medicines, by
FRENCH KIDNEY PAD,
WHICH CUBES BY ABSORPTION.
Askvourdruggistfer PROF. GUILMETTE'S
FRENCH K1DNEV PAD, and take no ether.
If he has net go! it, send i2 and you will ic
eel ve thu Pail ly ret urn mail. Fer bale, by
JAMES A. MEYERS,
Oild Fellows' Hall, Columbia, Pa.
Sold only by G EO. W. HULL,
Druggist, IS W. King St., Lancaster, Pa.
Prof. Guilmette's French Liver Pad.
Will positively cure Fever and Ague, Dumb
Ague, Ague Cake, Billiens Fever, Jaundice,
Dyspepsia and all diseases of the Liver.
Stomach and Bleed. Price $1.50 by mail. Send
for Pret.GuIlmctle's Treaties en the Kidneys
and Liver, free bj- mail. Address
FRENCH PAD COMPANY,
Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham,
OP LYNN, MASS.
Her Vegetable Compound the Savier
of Her Sex.
Health, Hepo and Happiness Re
stored by the use of
LYDIA E. PINKHAMS
The Positive Cure Fer
All Female Complaints.
This preparation, as its name signifies, con
sists et Vegetable Properties that arc harmless
te the most delicate invalid. Upen one trial
the merits of this compound will be recognized,
as relict Is immediate; and when its use is con
tinued, in ninety-nine cases in a hundred, a
permanent cure is etrectcd, as thousands will
testify. On account of its proven merits.it is
te-day recommended and prescribed by the
best physicians in the country.
It will cure entirely the worst form of falling
of the uterus, Leucorrheoa, irregular and pain
ful Menstruation, all Ovarian Troubles, In
flammation and Ulceration, Floedings, all Dis
placements and Jhe consequent spinal weak
ness, and Is especially adapted te the Change
In tact it has proved te be the greatest and
best remedy that has ever been discovered. It
permeates every portion of the system, and
gives new life and vigor. It removes faintness,
flatulency, destroys all craving ter stimulants,
and relieves weakness of the stomach.
It cures Bleating, Headaches, Ncrvens Pros
tration, General Debility. Sleeplessness, De De
fircsslen and Indigestion. That, teelingorbcar teelingerbcar
ng down, causing pain, weight and backache.
Is always permanently cured by its use. It
will at all times, and under all circumstances,
act in harmony with the law that governs the
Fer Kidney cemptaints of either sex this
Compound is unsurpassed.
Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
isj prepared at 233 and 23 Western Avenue,
Lynn, Mass. Price $1. Six bottles for $5. Sent
by mail in the form et pills, also in the form of
lozenges, en receipt et price, $1 per box, for
cither. Mrs. PINKHAM treelx nnswers all let
ters of inquiry. Send ler pamphlet. Address
as above. Mention this paper.
Ne family should be without LVDIA E.
PINKHAIPS LIVER PILLS. They cure Con
stipation, Biliousness anil Torpidity of the
Liver. 25 cents per box.
Johnsten, Holleway & Ce.,
General Agents, Philadelphia.
Fer sale by C. A. Lechcr, 9 East King street
and Gee. W. Hull, 15 West King street.
WM. P. FRAILEY'S
MONUMENTAL MABBLE WORKS
758 Nertn yueen Street, Lancaster, Pa.
MONUMENTS, HEAD AND FOOT STONES,
CKMETEUY LOTS ENCLOSED, 4a
All work guaranteed and satisfaction g en
In every particular.
N. IS. Ucmcinbcr, works aV the extreme end
et North Queen street. m30
U" In large or small amounts. $25 or $20,000
Write W. T. SOULE & CO.. Commission Mer
chants, 130 La Salic street, Chicago, HI., ler clr
FRIDAY EVENING, NOV. 28, 1880.
COLLATED FKOStTHUKsDAVS PAPERS.
Tue Minnesota Hospital Horrer Story or
the Auther of the Deed A Strange
Story from Berks County.
OUR BBAUTIFDLELECf ORAL SYSTEM
Hew a Hancock Clectef was Cheseu
Indlaua Alteena's Hptel Burglary
The Number of Government
Pensioners Dreadful Dis
aster at Sea.
lien. HuKselten's Confession and llew lie
Made it Setting Fire te tbe Asylum
Vccaue His Supper was
The man arrested for setting fire te the
St. Peter insane asylum remains iu the
county jail at St. Peter, Minn. He was
visited there by a Pioneer-Press reporter,
te whom be made a statement in the na
ture of a confession. His name is Ben
Husselton, and be was sebt te tbe asylum
from Worthington. He was ordinarily se
tractable as te be employed around the
hospital in menial dutiesjand was suppos
ed te be se entirely harmless that be was
allowed tbe liberty of the entire building.
He is rather small in stature, very closely
knit, is about 5 feet Bunches in height,
and weighs 140 pounds. His hair is slightly
tinged with irray, and relating the horrible
dead, which at the same time he acknowl acknewl
cged, bis small gray eyes lighted with a
fiendish expression of delight which,
caused a shudder te run through the veins
of his hearers. When ahked why he set
the building en fire his .reply was, fiercely :
" them, I would likeUe burn them all.
Haven't they broke my Head en the stone
fleer four or five times? All I am sorry
for is that the naphtha under the female
wing did Het burn, and then I would have
bad them all, old Bartlctt as well as the
rest. I can only die once, but I only re
gret that I did net complete the business.
I am ready te stretch hemp, for I made
them squirm when 1 was en top.
The foregoiug with many mere blasph
emous aud incoherent expressions, was all
that could be learned from the man him
self, but the following facts were gather
cd from ether persons : Husselton, having
been employed en some out-deer work
around the hospital, in the desire te finish
the task was detained a little later than
usual, and en returning te supper be found
that his meal was cold and unpalatable.
While eating he swere vengeance en the
attendants aud told the engineer, William
Pcarce, that he would have revenge en
them, if he had te burn down tbe whole
hospital te obtain it. Ne attention ap
pears te have been paid te his threats aud
in a short time after the fire was discover
ed iu the north wing. The maniac's
story that he used naphtha is confirmed
by the statement of several firemen who
were early en the ground,that they heard
a dull explosion from the cellar. Imme
diately after bis incarceration he informed
his captor of the locality of the ether can
of naphtha under the female wing, which,
by some providential circumstancrs bad
failed te ignite, thereby saving the lives of
hundreds of helpless female patients.
The Petition Answered.
Calling Upen Cled te Paralyze Htm
Guilty of a Crime Charged.
Henry Lemen, a young man residing
with his grandmother at the Temple, a
little village five miles from Heading, was
arrested last week en the charge of hav
ing robbed the old lady of some money
and ether valuables. While in the office
of 'Squire I'utz and before bciug takcn.te
prison in default of bail, young Lemen be
came very much agitated and in piteous
appeals declared his innocence of the crime
saying that he hoped the Almighty would
paralyze him aud strike him dumb if he
was guilty. Lemen, despite his protesta
tions, was sent te jail and while there con
futed was stricken with paralysis. He was
shortly after obtained bail and wastakeu
te his house. The sudden and startling
answer te his petition has created quite a
sensation in the cemmuinty where he
One Republican Electer Lest.
A Kliuuler in Indiana Causes the Detent of
IScpjauiln S. Parker.
The error in the presidential election
returns, whereby etic Hancock elector is
chosen from Indiana, seems te be bcyeud
repair. Gen. Themas W. Bennett, mayor
of Richmond, withdrew from the ticket as
elector of the Sixth district, Benjamin S.
Parker bciug substituted in bis place. On
tlte returns, as collected by the marshals,
Bennett receives 14,274 votes, cnengh te
elect the lien. D. W. Chambers, Demo
crat by a decided plurality. The Repub
lican committee claims that no tickets
were printed with Bennett's narae en,
but that election officers in die counties
from which these votes come did net
change the tally sheet, which bad been
prepared before tbe change. But in some
instances the votes of counties 'arc divided
between Beuuctt and Parker en the re
turns, showing that Bennett tickets must
have been voted. The counties in which
the blunder was committed arc Perry,
Floyd, Bartholemew, Putnam aud Wells.
Gov. Gray says he has no doubt that the
people intended te elect the Republican
electors, but it is tee late new for local
beards se correct these returns and the
state canvassers must declare the voters
returned. They must be governed by the
face of the returns. It is a stupid blunder,
for which the Republican committees in
the counties are responsible, and will lese
Garfield one vote.
The official vote shows that Bennctt'rc
ceived 1.515 votes in Wells county, 1,659
in Perry, 2,113 in Floyd, 1,0G5 in Union
2,575 in Bartholemew, 1,480 in Owen and
2,539 in Putnam.
The Keresy Burglary.
A Strange Knding te a Story of Stelen
Alteena Tribune. ,
It will be remembered that during the
latter part of last week a report was circu
lated that the Kcresy Heuse, at Sixth ave
nue and Tenth street had been robbed of
$1,800. Mr. Kercsy offered two detectives
$200 te recover the money. Yesterday
morning they went te work and made a
thorough examination of the premises.
They tell the following story : It was evi
dent from the first that the money had
been taken cither by some one in the
house or by a person very well
acquainted with the family. After look
ing through " the building they
questioned the elder lady, Mrs. Kcrcsy.
She was only certain of having lest three
hundred and fifty dollars in fifty dollar
bills. The detectives began work by search
ing Mrs. Kercsy, insisting during the oper
ation that her husband should be away.
Inside of her clothing they seen found
seven fifty dollar bills sewed together and
carefully hidden. After they were pulled
out she refused te allow any further ex
amination of her person te be made. Tbe
detectives found some ether money, but
these fifty dollar bills were the ones she
particularly described, and they believed
it was net worth while te hunt fur
ther. Though no information had
been made, Mrs. Heresy was taken
before Alderman Rese and a hear
ing was instituted with the object of learn
ing hew the robbery was committed. Ne
witnesses were subpwnaccl, nor were Mr.
and Mrs. Kercsy or the bretber of Mr.
Kcrcsy, who made statements te -the al
derman, sworn, aud the stories told,
though contradictory of ether statements,
threw no light upon the affair whatever.
Mr.." Kcresy states that the money found
en his wife was some ether money, and
that his wife is se much excited that .she
is net responsible for her sayings and ac
tions. The detectives, of course, claimed
the reward for which they were working,
but this was refused them by Mr. Kcresy,
who became much excited. The investi
gation will end here in the criminal pro
ceedings,, but will all be ventilated iu the
civil courts, as the detectives have cm cm
pleyed counsel and begun suit for the re
cevery of the reward.
,026,95)4 Paid Last Year aud 8155,718,-
505 Paid Since 1801.
The annual report of the commissioner
of pensions shows that en the eOth of June
last 2ou,e02 persons were receiving pen
sions from the government. The pensions
average $103.8-1 each annually, an aggre
gate for all of $25,917,90G.GO. Exclusive
of the arrears the payments for the year
amounted te $37,040,185.89, of which $12,
408,191.20 was accrued pension in the new
cases. The payment of arrears was begun
in May, 1879. There was paid in May
and June of that year $3,933,380.03,
and $19,980,808.23 during the last
fiscal year. The total amount paid
out for pensions during the ycarwas
$57,026,99 1.12. Commissioner Bcntlcy es
timates that it will require upward of
$50,000,000 te pay the pensions for the cur
rent year. The number of cases in which
arcars of pensions has been allowed up te
Nev. 1 is 43,917. The average in each
case is $560.15. Under the acts granting
pensions en account of service in the war
of 1812, 30,33S survivors and 40,020 wid
ows presented claims ; aud 25,470 of the
survivors and 29,893 widows have been
pensioned. The total amount of money
paid out for pensions for the last twenty
years is $155,718,505.70. There arc about
2,450 pensioners residing at the various
branches of the homes for disabled volun
teer soldiers whose pensions annually
amount te $300,000, which had been paid
te the treasurer of the home aud disbursed
under the direction of the managers, who
claim that this course is justified by the
law aud necessary iu order te secure
proper discipline and geed order among
the inmates. The commissioner is of opin
ion that the law docs net provide for the
payment of these pensions in this man
ner, and requests that the subject be
brought te the attention of Congress, and
the duties of tbe commissioner of pen
sions and managers of the home in relation
te these pensions be mere clearly defined.
Legislation te authorize the payment of
the pensions te the wives and children of
insane or imprisoned invalid pensioners is
recommended ; also legislation te author
ize the pensions of miner children te be
commenced at the date of the last pay
ment te the widow of the soldier in cases
where she has remarried and concealed the
fact and continued te draw the pension.
A Terrible Steamboat Disaster.
The sterner Ortigia came iu collision
with the French steamer Onclc-Jescpb,
near Spczzia. The Oiiclc-Jeseph was se
much injured that she seen sank. She had
300 persons en beard, only about 50 of
whom were saved. The Ortigia has ar
rived at Lcgern. having also been severely
damaged. An inquiry has been opened.
The Ortigia belonged te Messrs. Flerin
& Ce., and the Onclc-.Tescph te the French
Nothing tries the patience of a man mere
than te listcate a hsickiug cough, which he
knows could e:tsily be cured by investing 25
cents in a bottle el" Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup.
Mrs. Barnhelft, corner Pratt and llmadway,
ha been a sufferer for 12 years through Rheu
matism, and has tried every remedy she could
hear of. but received no benefit, until recom
mended te try the Eclcctric Oil, she says she
cannot express the satisfaction she feels at
having her pain entirely removed and her
Rheumatism cured. Fer sale by II. B. Coch
ran, druggist, 137 ami 13 North Queen street,
The Melanchelly D.ine.
Hamlet Prince', of Denmark, would net have
been dubbed, the "Melanchelly Dane." if he
had known Dyspepsia was all tint ailed him,
and that all he needed was a supply et Spring
Blessem, a sure cure ter Dyspepsia, Bilious
ness, Indigestion and ether diseases of that de
scription. Price: 50c.. trial bottles 10 cents.
Fer sale bv II. B. Cochran, druggist, 137 and
139 Nertli Queen street, Lancaster, Pa. S
I'AriiJC 1IAXGJXGS, dc.
li HAVE A LOT Olf
Geed Patterns, that will be closed out at the
low price of fifty cents. These are a decided
bargain, as some have been reduced from one
dollar te fifty cents apiece.
PLAIN WINDOW SHADING by Hie yard,
Blue, Garnet, Brown, Old Geld, Lavender,
Cardinal, Crown, Ecru, Green and'White
Spring Fixtures, Fringes, Leeps, Tassels, &c.
Opening almost dally New Designs el"
Our stock is Large and Attractive, of the
The Best, Simplest and Cheapest made.
PHARES W. FRY,
Ne. 57 NORTH QUEEN ST.
-j-OYELTIES IN SCARF PINS.
THE "BERNHARDT GREYHOUND PIN
UNDERSHIRTS AND D1CAWEK,
K J. ERISMAN'S,
56 NORTH O.UEKN STBKET. ,
Hep Bitten are the Purest and Best
Bitten ever made.
They are compounded trem Heps, Buehii,
3Iandrake and Dandelion, the eldest, best,
and most valuable medicines In the world
and contain all the best and most curative
properties of all ether Bitten, being the grcat-c-t
Bleed Purillcr, Liver Regulator, and Life
aud Health Uesterlng Agent en earth. Ne dis
ease or ill health can possibly long exist where
these Bitters are used, se varied and perlect
are their operations.
They give new life and visor te theased and
infirm. Te all whose employments cause ir
regularity el the bowels or urinary ertrans. or
who require an Appetizer, Tonic and mild
Stimulant, these Bitters are invaluable, being
highly curative, tonic and stimulating, with
Ne matter what your feelings or symptoms
are. what the disease or ailment is, use Hep
Bitters. Don't wait until you are sick, but it
you only feel bad or miserable, use the Bitten
at once. It may save your lite. Hundreds
hare been saved by se doing. S-5O0-S
will be paid fur a case they will net cure or
De net sutler yourself or let your friends suf
fer, but use and urge them te use Hep Bitten.
Itemembcr, Hep Bitten is no vile drugged.,
drunken nostrum, but the Purest and Best
Medicine ever made: the "leTalld's Friend
and Hepe," and no person erfamily should ba
without them. Try the Bitten te-day.
Hep Bitters Manufacturing Company,
Kochester, New Yerk, and Terente, Ontario.
Ne. 159;; NORTH OjUEEN STRKKT.ncttrP.K.
R. Depot, Lancaster, Pa. Gobi, Sliver and
Kickcl-cased Watches, Chains, Clocks, Ac.
Agent ter the celebrated Pantoscepic Specta
cles and Kyc-Glxsses. Repairing a specialty,
SPECIAL ORDERS FOR
Receive most earelul attention.
DESIGNS AND ESTIMATES SUBMITTED
B. F. BOWMAN,
106 EAST KING STREET,
Ne. 20 East Kins Street, Lancaster, l'a.
We arc new taking .-pedal orders for
DIAMONDS. A large stock et splendid Seli
taire Ear-Rings with Lace Pins te match.
ATC1IES. The great featnre of this season
is the. introduction of the standard Watch
Greatest value for its price.
PORCELAINS. Elegant assortment of varied
ami novel styles. Vases, Cups, Saucers,
Plates, Cabinet Decorations, Ac.
SILVEK AND PLATED WARE. An immense
variety efarticlcs of original design and
.IBWKLRY. A great stock of all varieties et
Jewelry for ladies and gentlemen. Lace
I'lii". Sleeve Buttens, Bracelets, Scarf
Pins, Kings, Ear-Rings.
Kvery article is marked at
which will net be changed.
its lowest priee,
BAM, BANKS & BDLE,
12T1I AND CHESTNUT STS.,
LL IN WANT OP A
I would respectfully say that new is the time
In order te avoid being disappointed te have
your presents selected and put aside, and then
when the rush comes a little later you will be
sure of having your present just when you de
sire. 1 cordially Invite a call te sec my assort
Furniture and Picture Frames.
WALTER A. mm
lSEast King Street.
Brick-Set and Portable
HEATERS and RANGES
Shertzer, Humphreville $ Kieffer's
10 EAST KING STREET.
ISS 31. E. GILL, TKAUHKK OK DltAW-
ing in the Girls' High Scheel, wishes te
obtain .pupils in the various styles of drawing
and painting. Residence Ne. 35 West Orange
Furs altered and repaired at the same
In Large Leis, front a
NEW YORK SALE,
All te he sold at less tlian regular prices, at
Next Doer te the Court Heuse.
Black and Colored Silks, Satins and Velvets
all at our usual low prices.
Shawls and Coats,
In quantities te which we invite special atten
tion. UNDKUWKAltfer Ladies .tients. Beys
Next Doer te the Court Heuse.
HAGER & BROTHER
have new open thu latest novelties in French,
English and American
FRENCH PLAIDS, HANDKERCHIEFS,
MOMIE CLOTHS, FLAN
NEL SUITINGS, Ac, Ac
Have just- received from New Yerk Iniert
era a line of Cloaks, Delmans and Jackets in
the Latest Style for Ladies and Misses.
Black ami Celers, Plain and
Fancy, Iu Large
JBS"Yu Invite examination.
Fall and Winler Season 1880.
Our assortment for the Fall and Winter
Season Is new complete, and we have never
offered se attractive u stock In all our depart
It is impossible te give u faint idea of the
many beautilul novelties we show this season.!
Tin; efforts of Foreign Manufactures this hea hea
sen have been very siirccsf.fu I, both In Solid
Celers and Fancies.
In addition te our superb stock el Fine
Goods, wu have alarge assortment of French
anil Demestic Flannel Suitings, new se much
in vogue, from 25c te Sl.OO per yard. In
Silks, Velvets and "Plushes
Our assortment excels all previous ones In
Beauty ami design, richness and coloring, anil
great variety. Particular attention has been
paid te have the colorings match, m that no
dilliculty Is experienced in selecting a combi
nation dress that will harmonize perfectly in
Black Goods, Lace, Handker
kerchief, Embroidery, Gleve,
Hosiery, Ribbon and
ments a lull and most
attractive a-sertment will be
Wc also call ntlcntien te out
iff All order pre executed with promptness
anft in the best manner.
In all Departments our stock will be found
cplcte with the NEWEST AND MOST VE
1KABLE GOODS, and at prices that are as
w as the lowest.
HOMER, COLLADY & CO.,
1412 and 1414 CHESTNUT STREET,