Velame XVI-Ne. 110.
LANCASTER PA. THURSDAY, JAXUARY 8, 1880.
Price Twe Cents.
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BY STEINMAN & HENSEL,
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rounding towns, accessible by Hailreul ami
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Mffiml class mail mailer.
a-Tlic.TKAM JOl! I'UIXTIXG DKI'AUT DKI'AUT
Mi;XTel tliU e-,talilislimeiit pexM-mfmniMir-;:i-el
lacilitie-, ler tlie execution of all LiwU
ii( I'luln uixl Kancv I'lilitiiiL'.
! It. MAKT1.N,
Wlieli-iulcaml Uetail Dealer in all kim!.-.et
LL'MISKIt AXD COAL.
VVunl: Xe. JJ) Xertli Water ami I'rince
-tieet.-, alievi- Lemen, Lanca-ter. n:i-lytl
cealT - - OOAL !l
GORREOHT & CO.,
Fer (.neil ami Clieap Ceal. Yunl Haril-lnirjj
i'ike. Jl)icc il i;:L-t ClicMiuit stieet.
I". V. COUKKCHT, Agt.
j. it. i:ili:v.
e!)-lyl W. A. KKLLKU.
" c oho" &W1ley7
:;.- SOUTH WATlZll ST., lAUiranter, J'e.,
Wholesale ami Ketall Dealers in
LUMBER AND COAL.
A1m, C)iitrai'ters:iniI Itiiilders.
K-tiniates mailc ami contract undertaken
en all kinds of buildings.
Jtrancli Oflicc : Xe.SNOUTH DUKLT.
COAL! COAL! COAL! COAL!
Ceal of the Ilest Oualily jnit uj expressly
ler lainily use, and at llu: low
est niai ket j)i ices.
TUY A SAMPLE TON.
3-YAKI ISO SOUTH WATER ST.
.ic'Jll-lyd riULIl' SCIIL'M.SOX A CO.
Just i:i:ci:ivki a i'ini; lotef isai.i:i
TIMOTHY DAY, at
M. F. STEIGERVALT & SON'S,
COAL ! FLOUR ! ! GRAIN ! ! !
FAMILY COAL rXDi:K COVLR.
Minnesota I'atentl'rece.ss Family and Milker's
Fleur. IJ.drd Day ami Feeil el all kinds.
AVaieliem-e ami Yard : 2:!1 North Water St
G. SENEK & SOXS.
Will continue te sell only
UKyi'IXK J. YKKNS VALLEY
ami WILKESBAltniu COALS
which are !lii" best in the market, ami sell as
LOW as the LOW lT. and net only CCAK
AXTLi: FCLLWKICIIT, but allow te WLUjII
OX AXY .scale in geed elder.
Alse Ueuh and Dicsscrt Lumber, ash
Deers, Iiliuds, Ac., at Lewest Market Prices.
Olliee ami yard northeast corner I'rince and
Walnut streets, Lancaster, l'a. janl-lfd
hooks ash statjesj:i:v.
I IOI.IDAY VAXCY GOODS.
Autograph and I'hoteuniiih Albuins, Writ
ing Desks and Werk Docs, Christmas and
New ear Cards.
L. M. FLYHN'S,
s.-i2 wiyT Kisis sti:i:i:t.
An i:iej;.iiit Asseitnient at the
JOM BMR'S SOIS,
15 and 17 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
hoots ash shoes.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
We Ktianmtce every pair nc ell. We keep
the most perfect fitting, best style and well
wearing hliees. and sell them at the very
Our stock was purchased last summer bcfeie
the late advance in leather and material, and
we eiler te give te our customers the advan
tage of our successful speculation by selling
our present stock at lower prices, than we
could te-day buy again. We also continue te
at short notice, stylish and durable, and at
lower prices than anyolherslieemaker here or
i?-Mcmling done promptly and ne.itly.'aSi
Give lis a call.
43 WEST KING STREET.
HA Ut HJiVSSISU.
Mrs. O. LILLER,
Manufacturer ami Dealer in Hair Werk, (Jents'
Wigs. Combings straightened and made te
order. Hair Jewelry of all kinds made up.
Alse Kid Gloves ami Feathers cleaned and
Xes. 2T. & 227 XOltTH QUKEX ST.,
nl-Umrt 4 ioers .ahevu I'. R. II. Depot.
rpilK ACADEJ1V CONNECTED WITH
L Franklin and Marshall College otters su
perier advantages te young men and boys who
desire either teprepare for college or te obtain
a thorough academic education. Students re
ceived at any time during the school year
Send ler circulars. Addrivs
KEY. JAMES CRAWFORD,
eclll-lyd Lancaster. Fa.
That the place te get cheap and appropriate
RATHVON & FISHER'S,
Ne. 101 NOKTH OL'EKN STKKl-.T.
Fiem new until the 1st et JANUARY ne.M
we will sell
and FURNISHING GOODS at COST. Clothing
made te order also LOW. deel"-2w deed
H . GERH ARlV
llavingjiist leturned lrein New Yerk with a
Eilisl ai Beistic Wefc
FOR WEN'S WEAR,
Would respeetfullyanneunec tehis customers
and the public that he will have his legular
MONDAY, StiPTOBEK 2lli.
L ARG EST ASSORTjIKNT,
AND PRICKS Ah LOW As ANY HOUSE IX
Tills CITY AT
Ne. 51 North Queen Street.
OVERCOATS AND HEAVY SUITINGS.
te buyers of Clothing in order te make room
ler a large SPUING STOCK new being manu
taetuied. and we aie needing room. We eiler
well-made and stylish
Clothing for Men and Beys
than ever heard ofbetere, although Goods arc
going up c cry day. We will sell, ler w e must
hae the loom.
Loek at Our AstenisIiinrIv Lew Price
List : "
OVERCOATS! OVERCOATS: OVERCOATS:
for$2.!K), JerfLSS, for$"..:i"i, for $(1.75.
OVERCOATS . OVERCOATS I OVERCOATS !
ler $7.7.". ler $'J.7.", for $10.7.".
OVERCOATS ! OVERCOATS ! OVERCOATS !
ler .f 12, $14, $1(5 and $20.
These arc heavy-lined Overcoats, carefully
made and splendidly trimmed.
OVERCOATS ! OVERCOATS ! OVERCOATS !
ler $7.."0, ler $3.50, for $!)..-(), for $12.
OVERCOATS ! OVERCOATS OVERCOATS .'
ler $13, for $18, fer$2t).
These are Plaid-Rack Overcoats, equal te
HEAVY, MEN'S SUITS !
ler $.1..V), $I.(K), $5.00, $7.00. $0.00, $10.00.
MEN'S SUITS FOR. FIXE DRESS
for $12.00, $11.00, $15.00, $10.00, $18.00 ami $20,00.
ROYS' SUITS AXD OVERCOATS !
ROYS' SUITS trein $2.2.1 te $10.00.
ROYS' OVERCOATS VERY LOW.
We sell only em own make and guarantee
Meney returned en all goods net leundas
flyi'Icuse call, w Iiethcr you wish te purchase
Is stocked with the latest styles, which we
make te measure at the low est "cash prices and
guarantee a perfect lit.
SUITS TO ORDER from $12 upwards.
PAXTs TO ORDER from $3.50 upwards.
D. GANSMAN & BRO.,
MERCHANT TAILORS AND CLOTHIERS,
66 & 68 NORTH QUEEX ST.,
S. W. Cerner et Orange, Lancaster, Pa.
LADIES' "WORK BOXES,
E. J. ERISMATSTS,
SG NOKT11 OUEKN ST1CEET.
FALL & WINTER.
Wc are new prepared te show the public one
of the largest stocks of
everexhibitedinthecitv et I ancaster. Geed
Working Suits ter men $0.ei(. Geed Stvlcs
Cassimere Suits for men $7.50. Our All Weel
Men's Suit) that we are selling ter $'.'.00 arc as
geed as you can buy elsewhere for $12.00. Our
stock of Overcoats" are immense. All grades
ami every variety of styles and colors, for
men, bevnand youths, all our own manufac
ture. Full line of Men's, Youths' and Heys'
Suits. Full line of Men's, Youths' and JJejV
CUSTOM DEPARTMENT !
We are prepared te show one et the best
stocks of Piece Goods te 'elect tiem and have
made te order ever shown in the city. They
are all arranged en tables litted up expressly
se that every piece can be examined betere
making a selection. All our goods have been
purchased before tlie rise in w oelens. We ai c
piepared te make up in geed style and at short
notice and at bottom prices. We make te or
der an All Weel Suit ler $12.00. Ry buying
your goods at
you save one profit, as we manulacture all our
own Clothing ami give employment te about
one hundred hands. Call and examine our
stock and beeenlnccdas tethetruth et which
MYEKS fc RATIIFOX,
Centre Hall, Ne. 12 East King Street.
01 JA1AEY PICE LIST.
Great reduction in price te elesu out a large
Consisting of ever 500 PATTERNS.
ENGLISH AND FRENCH NOVELTIES
Reduced te $3.00 PER PAIR. Large Let el
SCOTCH, ENGLISH AXD FINE AMERI
Fer Genteel Wear, of the Late-t and Rest
styles, at $7.00. Demestic Goods of tl.c leading
Standard Krauds, at $1 te $5 per pair. A Large
Line of Imported Suitings at a sacrifice Do De
mestic Suitings at all prices. Persons in want
et a Geed
Will de well te call and examine the stock.
Plain as well as the most Ultra Styles at less
than Cost Price. We want te elb-e them te
make room for our
Call early and secure bargains.
J. K. SMALING,
121 North Queen Street.
21 CMTRE SQUARE.
Closing out our
In order te make room for the
Large Spring Stock,
Which weaie new manufacturing.
Suits and Suitings,
Te be sold at the Lew est Prices.
D. B. Hosteller
24 CENTRE SQUARE,
J-'O USDEHS ASH MA CHISIS TS.
U BOILER MANUFACTORY,
SHOP ON PLUM STREET,
OpresiTKiHE Locomotive Wekks.
The subscriber continues te manufacture
BOILERS AND STEAM ENGINES,
Fer Tanning and ether purposes ;
Sheet-iron Werk, and
5 Jobbing promptly attended te.
auglS-lyd JOHN 11EST.
WE P. FRATT.EY'S
MONUMENTAL MARBLE WORKS
758 Nerm (fUecii Street, Lancaster, l'a.
MONUMENTS. HEAD AND FOOT STONES,
CEMETERV LOTS ENCLOSED, &c.
All work guaranteed and satisfaction given
In every particular.
N. 11. Remember, works at the extreme end
et North Queen street. nieOl
u:y leciieu's cough syuup.
Mly RelCBB Prices
THUESDAY EVENING, JAN. 8, 1880.
Jeseph Cook's Monday Lectures.
Rev. T. G. Apple, D. D., in the Messenger.
They arc .still ,'oinjjen, and se far as xve
can see. they may continue te e en indefi
nitely. Our inteicst in them has long
since begun te weaken and flag. They brinjj
forward very little new after the first com se!
It has become very evident that he has
nothing original te present as a system of
thought. He is indeed apt and forcible in
culling and compiling. Hu has used with
liberal hand especially the best results or"
German thought. He has a vivid imagina
tion and generally lestshisaiijumenten a
striking simile. But one grows tired of this
method when continually repeated. His
dramatic attitude in summoning characters
before him and questioning them begins te
grew insipid. There is tee much of it. A
considerable portion of his last lecture con
sists in picturing a reef of solid laud, such
as that en which New Yuik is built, and
insisting, ever and ever again, that he is
planted en an immovable foundation not
withstanding that the deep waters lash it
en either side. Then wc grew weary of his
eiveular paragraphs numbered en almost
indefinitely, as theunli each was se pro
found that it must stand as a the.sh bv it
self. One or two geed thoughts ought te
be enough te lleat a lecture. Wc long for
some one idea which, in its development,
might gather thoughts around it in some
organic l elation. But heie we have pi opp
osition after preposition going en until we
reach the thirtieth, and we wonder why
they did net step at the twenty-ninth, or
go en te the thirty-first. Wc s'ee no rea
son why they should step just at the thir
tieth, and we wonder most of all, if they
aie se strong and far-reaching as he claims
for each one, why three or four, or at
most a half dozen, would net be better
than Unity. It seems te show a spread
ing and thinning out of thought without
much depth. Se the external form of these
lectures strikes us. The language is se
intense that one is tempted te think this
is designed te compensate for the lack of
intensity of thought. We feel Air. Cook
has long since emptied himself of his lead
ing thoughts, and that he is new marshal
ing out the old soldiers in new lines. His
courses el lectures de net stand in a sys
tem, and we, therefore, can see no verging
towards a final end. They may go en in
definitely. This worries the mind. We
would like te see his Apology for Christian
ity round itself oil" into some systematic
outline, and we are disappointed."
lie has certainly done a geed work in
showing that the supernatural truths of
Christianity de net contradict the latest
and best researches of science, nor the
deepest intuitions el reason. Se far the
argument certainly has been valid. Hut we
see no progress in solving the great preb
lem et the relation and harmony between
reason and revelation in any positive way.
This is, after all, only a negative work, te
show that i evolution does net contradict
science. Se far wc are in the plane of the
natural, and argument here may rest en
the conclusions of the natural reason.
Hut when Mr. Cook gees en te lake held
of the positive truths of supernatural rev
elation and attempt te make them rational,
that is, te authenticate them at the bar of
the natural understanding, wc think he
only makes light darkness. The incarna
tion and the person of Christ, the new
birth and the atonement, for
brings leiwaid, and attempts te make
them clear te reason. And one gets the
impression that he imagines he is making
them clearer by bringing them into the
light of the natural undeistanding. It is
just at this point wc feel ourselves repelled
rather than attracted, and we feel that he
has undertaken tee much. The intel
ligence of Bosten cannot add light te the
Werd of Ged. The thought is profane.
The greatest apologists in all the ages, the
greatest theologians from Augustine te
Themas Aquinas, from St. Themas te the
present, all unite in saying that the ineff
able things of purely supernatural revela
tion must be apiuehended by faith. Tiieie
are postulates of natural theology that '
may he in the sphere of natural icasen, I
but the greatest fathers of the church '
in all aires have alwavs distimmshed
between these matters of pure revelation. '
Would we then have a dualism between '
reason and faith? Must the things of
faith forever stand by themselves, and the
things of reason by themselves, with no
possibility of their ever coming together ?
Xe, we de net think that is the solution of
the question. But the way they are te
come together cannot' be by bringing the
light of reason te illuminate the things of
revelation. The process must be the ether
way. The light of revelation must illu
mine up net only the supernatural, but it
must shine down, or out, into the realm
of the natural also.
This means that the reconciliation be
tween the two orders for human thought
must come from the higher, net from the
lower. There is a difficulty here we knew
because these who de net accept revelation
by faith cannot be reached in this way,
simply because they will allow no umpire
but reason, and therefore we must meet
thcin en their own ground. But unbelief
cannot be conquered in that way.and when
such concession is made, viz: that super
natural truth should be demonstrated by
natural reason before it is accepted, the
whole interest falls into the hands of
rationalism. The only help must come,
we repeat, from the revelation in the
Werd of Ged itseif. But there is room
hoc for progress in solving the
problem. Just as new and deeper views
of the spiritual revelation in the
Werd of Ged arc opened up through
the faith of the church, in that degree
will difficulties raised by reason and
science be overcome and made te disap
pear for all who honestly receive the light.
Just new it needs te be especially under
stood that the Bible docs net deal diiect
ly or primarily, nor at all. in its revelation,
with the natural, but the supernatural.
As the supernatural, comes te be seen and
received in its own light, the meaning of
the natural will become plain, net before.
Natural reason and natural science cannot
go before with its light te eil'ect this re
conciliation. Hence we de net believe
that Mr. Cook can succeed in proving the
supernatural truths of revelation in the
light of icasen, and with the Bible closed.
Our space prevents dwelling further en
this point new. We will try te return te
it at another time.
Answered Well Enough.
In a vacant let en Pcterbore street is a
strip of ice about a feet wide and thirty
feet long, and yesterdaj' a lone boy with a
pair of big skates was making himself be
lieve that he was having heaps of fun. A
passing pedestrian couldn't see it in that
light, and he leaned ever the fence and
called out :
" Senny, what you doing?'
" Skating," was the reply as the young
ster cut a pigeon wing and get his breath
"Isn't that a pretty small spot te skate
en ?" queried the man.
" Oh, it's plenty big enough te fall down
was the cheerful answer.
seven boys bumped their noses here till
they had te stay out of school, and ene fel
low struck en the back of his head this
morning and hollowed se loud that we had
we had te sit en his stomach ! Watch me
glide !' Detroit Free Press.
U. S. Supreme Court.
A Preposition te Facilitate its Business.
There is a gicat delay in getting business
dispatched in the United States supreme
court and Senater David David, an cx cx
justice,whe knows hew it is himself, has In
tieduced a bill which provides, in the first
place, that a circuit court should be held
in each judicial district of the United
States at the same time and iilacc as the I
district courts, and the total number of
the circuit courts shall be increased ac ac
ceidingly: and when ineie than one judge
competent te held a circuit court is pres
ent, each judge may held a separate session
thereof, in which case the presiding justice
or judge shall, from time te time, designate
the eauses te be heard before the ether
judge or judges. It is also provided that
every circuit or district judge may
held a district court in any district within
the ciicuit whenever assigned te that
duty by the senior circuit judge, and
that two or mete judges may held separate
sessions thereof. The bill then provides
that the appellate jurisdiction of the ciicuit
courts shall be lepealed from and after the
first day of next September, exeept in re
gard te bankruptcy proceedings ; and it is
next provided that theie shall be estab
lished in each of the ciicuit of the United
States -a court of appeals," which shall
have appellate jurisdiction (subject te the
previsions of this act) of all cases arising in
the several circuit and distiict cjurts with
in said circuits lespcctively. This court of
appeals is te consist of the supieinc ceuit
justice assigned te the circuit and of the
circuit judges theieef, and two of the dis
trict judges te be designated for each teim
of the court by the senior circuit judge,
Any three of these members of the court
(including at least one judge competent te
preside) sh ill constitute a quorum. The
decision of the court of appeals upon ques
tions of fact shall in all cases (except as
herein provided) be final ; but a leview
upon the law may be had te the
United States supreme court when the
matter in controversy exceeds the value of
$10,000, exclusive of interest and costs, or
where the adjudication involves a question
upon the consliuctien of the constitution,
or a tieaty or law el the tinted States, or
wheie the court shall ccitify that a legal
question is involved of sufficient impor
tance te require a final decision by the su
preme ceuit, but in the two last-mentioned
eases nothing else than the specific, consti
tutional or legal question shall be certified
te the supreme court. It is also excepted
in patent or copyright cases in equity a re
view by the supreme court may be had,
without regaid, te the amount in dispute,
uren questions both of law and fact all'ect-
nig the validity or the inirinircincnt et the
i patent or copyright, provided that the
court et appeals snail certny that a ques
tion is involved et sullicient impeitance te
render it proper that the final decisii n
should be made by the supreme court.
Othersectionsef the bill prescribe withgieat
' minuteness the methods of procedure !a
1 legaid te suing out writs of en or, etc..
I etc. ; and in conclusion it is provided that
the president by and with tlie consent of
! the Senate slnll appoint for each circuit
I two additional circuit judges : that the
j terms of the ceuit of appeals, .shall be held
. at the cities of Bosten, Xew Yerk, Phila
! delphia, Uichniend, Xew Orleans, Cincin
nati, Chicago, St. Leuis and San Francis-
I co (the first term at each of said places te
be held en tlie first 1 ucsday el November,
1SS0). and that, "When, from the accu
mulation of business in the court of ap
peals in any court, the administration of
justice therein is unduly delayed, it shall
lie the duty of such ceuit te certify the
facts te the United States supreme court,
which may thereupon make an order trans
ferring a portion of the causes pending in
such ceuit of appeals te one or meie of
the ceuits of appeals of ether circuits
v.iicie such accumulation of business does
Iv.liicatien of the Souses.
nether important branch of physical
manual education is the discipline and
cultivation of each of the senses ; a branch
of education which is scarcely attended te
at all, except in the case of persons who
aKJ 'i ought up te particular occupations,
ln tl,e pursuit el which the highest per-
leetien el certain el the senses i.-s lnilispcn-
sable. The extent te which each of the
senses is improvable by education, both
natural and artificial, affeids absolute
i proof of their capacity for cultivation, and
I hew much wc lese by our neglect in this re
spect. In the case of animals generally their
senses attain a higher degree of perfection,
which is the case w ith savages also. The rea
son is because in both instances the senses
arc both disciplined and cultivated te the
full by natural, net by artilicial, educa
tion, and which is the only kind of edu
cation, of which such beings are capable,
that is, by constantly exercising them, and
depending mainly en them for guidance ;
instead of, as in the case of civilized man,
being guided mainly and primarily by the
reason and only depending collaterally
and occasionally en the senses. Anether
branch of physical or manual education
which is much neglected, and indeed
hardly attended te at all, except in the cakc
of persons whose professional occupation
compels them te pay some regard te the
subject, is the cultivation of the voice,
whether in public speaking, cenvcrsr
tien. reading or singing, a branch of ednT
catien te the utility of which atten
tion has been of late years meie diiectcd
in the study that has been devoted te elo
cution at some Of our universities and
public schools. Xet only, however, aie
the senses and also the voice, in common
with the intellectual faculties, fully capa
ble of education, but also the memory, the
emotions, the appetites, the passions and
the affections arc adapted for receiving
both discipline and cultivation, and for
being te a great extent ameliorated by this
means. Se, also, of disposition and char
acter in each person, and the desires by
which he is actuated, and mere espccially
se as regards the cens'ciencc. which re
quires both cultivation and discipline
for its complete development. Modern
The TorteKe and the Twe Crons.
Vanity and idle curiosity are qualities
which generally prove destructive te these
who sufler themselves te be governed by
A tortoise, weary of passing her days in
the same obscure corner, conceived a won
derful inclination te visit foreign coun
tries. Twe crews, whom the simple tor
toise acquainted with her intention, under
took te oblige her upon the occasion. Ac
cordingly, they told her, that if she would
fasten her mouth te the middle of a pole,
they would take the two ends and trans
port her whit'icrseevcr she chose te be
conveyed. The tortoise approved of the
experiment ; and everything being pre
paid! the ciews began their flight with
her. They had net traveled long in tlie
air, when they were met by a magpie, who
inquiring what they were bearing along,
they replied the queen of the tortoises.
The tortoise, vain of the new and unmerit
ed appellation, was going te confirm the
title, when, opening her month for that
purpose, she let go her held, and was
dashed te pieces by her fall. Beickk"a Se
IT IS SAID THAT
Witnessed the Grant
MM AID BOYS TO CALL AT OAK HALL
Immediately and Equip Themselves for the
COLD WAVES OF 1880.
The Singularly Small Prices we started the Annual "Winter Sales with
have stirred all the stores te de their best. But we eclipsed them
all, and they knew it, and the People see it, tee.
are the Prices for Our Own Carefully Manufactured Goods, net
bought in the New Yerk Wholesale Stores :
A feu-left ut thefi) Fine Overcoats, reduced te $20.00
Royal Reversihle Plaid Racks sold everywhere at $i" (Full Indigo
I nlers and Woven Racks) Our Price
I.tiiiMzes in Klucand ISruwn Wormnhe Reaver Overcoats
A Geed Mrengcrviceahle Cleth-Round Overcoat
F.wryday Working Overcoat
-Men's All Weel MUts
The Auburn " I. P. Suits, ter Rusiness and Dress
Ktra Quality "Sawyer" Millings
The Finest of Cassimere iMiits
In ..suits of Rest Imported Cleths reduced te
.Men's Kveryday Pants
All-uoel ISiisiuessaud Dress Pants
F.tra Fine Dress Pantaloons, formerly $111, new
(ienuine Harris Cassimere Pants
The Very Latest Mylcs in Children's Uerceats
Hie D.nil'le-Miiiuldercd Cape Royal
1 1 ne .Mcesi i.itue i;
t luldien s Milts as low as.
Higher drades and .Mere F.Iaberately Trimmed Suits.
A Great specialty in Reys' and Youths' Pants
WANAMAKER & BROWN,
CORNER SIXTH A1STD MARKET STREETS,
jan 1 tfd
GORHAM PLATED "WARE,
And the Best Grades of American Electro-Plate en White Metal.
FRENCH CLOCKS WITH SILVER BELL,
FRENCH CLOCKS WITH CATHEDRAL BELL.
Complete Mantel Sets of Centre and Side Pieces in Marble or Bronze.
MUSICAL BOXES WITH HARP,
MUSICAL BOXES WITH BELLS, DRUM AND CASTAGNETTE,
Musical Boses with Accompaniments and Mounted en Fine Library Writing
A fine general assortment of Jewelry, cemprising: all the Newest Designs.
Designs and estimate of cost given for mounting Diamonds and ether
Special care taken in the execution
Engraving. Alse, in complicated and
AN ELEGANT SELECTION OP
HOLIDAY GIFTS !
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, DIAMONDS,
Cameo Sets, Rings, Bracelets,
Solid Silver and Silver-Plated Ware,
COI.I) .SPKCTACI-KS, and everything found in a tlrst-class establishment, at the
LOWEST CASH PRICES.
Make your selections early and have the advantage of a larger selection or goods.
We manulacture all special articles in geld, silver and hair, in our own liuildidg,
;narantee Ihst-chiss work and low prices.
Special attention given te iltting glasses for deicctive sight.
The Arundel Tinted Spectacles
Are the llest in tin: World.
2-Kirst-ehiss Watch and Jewelry Uenairint'.
BDW. J. ZAHM'S,
ZAHM'S CORNER, LANCASTER, PA.
SLEIGHS ! SLEIGHS ! SLEIGHS !
We have new in stock a larj
ISySTUKITA LOCK WOOD, of 'Penghkecpsie, X. Y. One Fine Four-Passenger IOKTI.ANI
PORTLAND CUTTERS. ALBAM CUTTERS,
Finished in thc highest style and sold at one-half the usual price. Alse, a line let of ISuggics
and Carriages of our own make and celebrated city makers. One Fine Second-hand
Ilyllrcwster. one by Gregg Howe, and a variety of ethers, second-hand. All te be aeiil at
half their value.
S. E: BAILY & Ce.,
4:J0 A: 432 North Queen and 45J1 & 433 Market Streets, Lancaster, Pa.
Fer COUGHS, COLDS, BRONCHITIS, HOARSENESS, TICKLING or DRYNESS
of the THROAT, SORE THROAT, COLD in the HEAD, CROUP, INFLU
ENZA, WHOOPING COUGH, COLD in the BOWELS, ASTHMATIC
COUGHS, and RELIEF OF CONSUMPTIVES.
Dr. IWJOWXIXG i, a regular graduate of medicine, a skillful pharmacist, and a thorough
chemist His "C. & C." (Cough and Celd) Cordial Is net the result of mere chance, but or long
scientific research in chemistry and medicine, as is plainly seen by the rapidity of its nctien
and Its unparalleled elncacy. The expense in its manufacture is at least live times as great us
that of any ether medicine upon the market, and yet it is sold ut the exceedingly low price of
uOc. -sample bottles (for a short time only) 85c.
W. CHAMPION BROWNING, M. D., Proprietor,
117 ARCH STREET, PHILADELPHIA, PA.
49 FOK SALE BY
Reception in Philadelphia.
LIKE ALL THE
Reversible Raek Overcoats.
Heys' Overcoats Oak Hall ever produced.)
THE LAlltiEST CLOTIIIXU HOUSE IX AMERICA.
of Fine MoneGrrams and Inscrintlen
ordinary watch and jewelry repairing.
Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 West King Street.
All watch work guaranteed. Xe trouble te
u let ei Sleighs, consisting et POXY, PORTLAND AXD
AI.I1AXY&. TWO FIXE
& C. CORDIAL,
THE PKOPBIETOK AXD ALL DRUGGISTS.
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