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THE DAILYINTELLIGENOER,
PUBLISHED EVERT EVENING,
BY STEINMAN & HENSEL,
intelligencer Building, Southwest Cerner or
Centre Square.
I'uk Dailt Intelueencer It turnlshed te
ubi-cribers In the City of Lancaster anil sur
rounding towns, accessible by Railroad and
Dally Stage Lines at Ten Cents Per Week,
payable te the Carriers, weekly. By Mail, $3 a
year in advance ; otherwise, $.
Kntered at the pest office at Lancaster, Pa., as
second class mail matter.
3-The STKAM JOB PRINTING DEPAUT DEPAUT
MEXTet this establishment possesses unsur unsur
l!tssed facilities for the execution of all kinds
01 nam anu r ancv l'rlntlnir.
COAT..
J It. MARTIN,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in all kinds of
LUMBER AND COAL.
5rYaid: Xe. -JJ North Water and Prince
Htieets, above Lemen, Lancaster. nS-lyd
COAL! COAL! COAL! COAL!
Ceal of the Itest Ouality put up expressly
for family ue, and at the low
est market prices.
TRY A SAMPLE TON.
a YAKl) 150 SOUTH WATKIl ST.
itrin-lyd PHILIP SCHUM.SOX & CO.
c
10AL! COAL!! KKMOVAL!!!
RUSSEL & SHULMYER
imve removed their Ceal Offleu from Xe. 15 1e
Xe. 'i! KAST KING STltKKT, wlieru they will
be pleaseil te wait en their Iriends and guar
antee lull satislactien.
B-Don't lergct Xe. 2i apr3-lmltaw
TUST
II
UST KECK1 VKII A 1'IXi: L(T(1' ItALKD
AT AXDSTltAW.at
M. F. STEIGERWALT & SON'S,
DKALEItS IN
FLOUR, GRAIN AND COAL,
2.U XOUTIl WATKIl stim:i:t.
CiJ-Western Fleur a Specially. f s27-lyd
COHO & WILEY, "
.tTO SOUTH ITATKH ST., Ziincatrr, J'a.,
Wholesale and Kclall Dealers in
LUMBER AND COAL.
Alse, Contractors anil ltuilders.
KliinatP4 made and centractu undertaken
nn all kinds of buildings.
P.rauchenicn: Xe. :t XeKTII DUKKST.
leb'iS-lyd
COAL! - - - COAL!!
GORRE0HT & CO.,
Fr Geed and Cheap Ceal. Tard Ilurrislmrg
Pike. OJUce J0i Last Chestnut Street.
P. W. GOKUIXIIT, Agt.
.1. I!. KILKV.
ei-ljil W-. A. KEI.LKK.
HOOKS AA'Jt STATIOSKHY.
"V"i:V -STATIOAKISY !
Xew, Plain ami l'ancy
STATIONERY.
Alse, Velvet and Kastlake
PICTURE FRAMES AND EASELS.
L. M. FLYNN'S
BOOK AMI STATIOXKKY STOKE,
Ne. 4S AVKST KIX; STKKKT.
JOM BAEE'S SONS
15 and 17 NORTH QOEEN STREET,
LANCASTER, I'A.,
Invite attention te a Fine Line et
LEATHER GOODS,
iint received from the uianufactuier, embnic
nif; Xew and Llegant Slyies of
POCIIKT WALLKTS,
LKTTKIt IiOOKS,
KILL HOOKS
cai:d CASKS,
POIITICMOXXAIKS,
PUKSKS, &c, Ac.
Alse, Xtw Styles of
SILK VELVET FRAMES
FOR CABINET PICTU11ES.
onecr.nucs.
AXT'UOL.f-lSAI.K A.M) KKTA1L.
LEVAN'S FLOUR
AT
Ne. 227 NORTH PRINCE STREET.
dl7-lyd
TABLE SUPPLIES !
CAXXKD KKUITS, viz: Peaches Pears,
Pine Apples. Cherries, CaliterniaGree Gages.
Eg'4 Plums, Nectarines, He.
CANNED VEGKTAP.LKS, viz: Tomatoes
Cern, Green Peas, Vc.
CAXXKD FISH, viz : Sardines, Fresh Sal.
men, Fresh Lebster, &c.
COXDESSKD 3IILK. Eagle Brand.
CKOSS & P.LACKWKLL'S Pickle and
Sauce- COX E'S Gelatine, MAUGE FIL'S Cel
ebnited limnd .Macaroni, Latest Importation,
KAKEIfSllrcaklast Cocea and Xe. 1 Prem
ium Chocolates.
FOKEIGX AXD DOMESTIC FIJITITS. viz:
Itiilsins, Prunes, Fis, Prunelles, Ivapenited
Peaches, Apples, Cninberries, &c.
MISCELLAXEOUS. Tapioca. Farina, Cern
Starch, Heminy. Pcis and lleans, Hurley, Kice
Fleur, llaking Powders, &c., at
D. S. BUKSK'S,
Ne. 17 KAST KING STREET.
IKSVJtASVh..
rpiIK OLD
GIRARD
FIltE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF PHILADELPHIA.
ASSETS : One MUlien'One Hundred
and Thirty-one Thousand Eight
Hundred and Thirty-eight Dollars.
$1,131,838.
AH invested In the best securities. Lesses
promptly paid. Fer policies call en
KIFE & KAUFMAN,
Ne. 19 East King St.. Lancaster. Pa.
8-MWftStimdK
A TTOllXHrS-AT-JjA II'
UENRY A. KILKY
Attorney and Counseller-at-Law
' 21 Park Hew, Xew Vet k.
Collections made in all parts et the United
Slates, and a general legal business transacted.
Refers by permission teSteiiuivm Mcn-el.
M
ARCUS U. SEHNEIt,
HOUSE CABPENTER,
Se. 120 North Prince street.
Prompt and particular attention paid te al
-ration and repair. s-13-lyd
CLOTUIHti.
PRI
DRUB
H. GERHART'S
Tailoring Establishment,
MONDAY, APRIL 5.
Having hut returned from the Xew Yerk
Woolen .Market. I am new prepared te exhibit
one of the Uest Selected Stocks of
WOOLENS
iron TUB-
Spring; rt Snmmer Me,
Ever bieught te this city. Nene-but the very
best of
ENGLISH, FRENCH
AWI)
AMERICAN FABRICS,
in all tin- Leading Stjles. Prices as low as the
lowest, and all goods" warranted as represent
ed, at
H. GERHART'S,
Ne. 51 North Queen Street.
Spring Opening
2-1 CEiNTlffi SQUARE.
We. hare fet sale for tlie coming reasons an
Immense Stock of
I
et our own manufacture, which comprises the
Latest and Most
STYLISH DESIGNS.
Come and see our
NEW GOODS
i ;
m
which is larger anil composed of t he best styles
te be found in the city."
24 CENTRE SQUARE.
2IMyd
LAXCASTEK, PA
HALT l'AWRS, Ac
e
UU LINE OF
WALL PAPER
-ATO-
WINDOW SHADES
is much larger than any season heretofore. In
Paper Hangings wcuic prepared te show the
Xewest Heeds in the lLarket, from the Lewest
Grade te the Most Expensive. Window shades
of every description. Plain goods by the yard
in all colors. Extra Wide Materials ler Large
Windows and Stere Shades.
2,000 Rolls of Paper Curtains
te Merchants, at Lewest Wholesale Prices.
PATEXT EXTENSION
Window Cornices
the newest thing out and easily anjusted te fit
any w indew up te live leet in idth, in solid
walnut and most reasenabl price. Cornice
Poles in Ebony anil Walnut, with Fancy ilr.iss
Ends, Kings and llrackets.
PIER AND MANTEL 3IIRI10KS.
Orders taken ler any at Lewest Kate.
PHARES W. FRY,
Ne. 57 NORTH QUEEN ST.
feblO-lTd&w
JfUJiXITUJtJS.
A Nete of Merest te All !
NEW STOCK. NEW STORE.
NEW AND INCREASED FACILITIES.
I!y recent Improvement te my AVare Kooms
they have been much enlarged and improved,
and have just been tilled with a Xew and Com
plete Assortment of Hand Made and ether
FUENITUEE,
OPTHB
LATEST AND IJEST DESIGNS.
1 guarantee all my work and will make it te
your interest te call.
Repairing and Ke-uphelstcring at short no
ice. Fietun Frames made te order, at
15J EAST KING STREET.
WALTER A. HEINITSH.
TlXlfAJtJ-;, JtC-
CALL ON SHEKTZKK, IIUMPHKEVILLK
& KIEFFEU, manufacturers of
TIN AXD SHEET-IUON WOUK,
and dealers In GAS FIXTURES AXD HOUSE
F UliX IsniNG GOODS. Special attention giTen
t PLUMBING, GAS and STEAM FITTING
Ne. 40 East Kims Street, Lancaster, Pa.
Eealy-Me
Coin
D. B. Hestutter . Sen,
Eancaster 1-ntclltgcnccr.
MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 19, 1880.
POLITICAL SIGNS.
THE BOW OF PROMISE.
URGENT APPEALS FOR PEACE.
A WILD "WESTERN SKKTCU.
Hew Ned Buntlluc Saved His Neck.
Progress of the Pennsylvania Democrats To
ward a Geed Tliinir.
General Davis, in his Doylestown Demo
crat, expresses the opinion that it won't be
geed policy for the coming Democratic
state convention te instruct for any candi
date. In Bedford, J. 31. Reynold's, esq., start
ed a Hancock boom some weeks age. and
kept it booming and attempted te get in
structions for Hancock from the committee
which elected state delegates. By a vote
of the committee II. D. Tate, who was net
a member, was requested te appear before
the committee, and alter making a strong
argument in behalf of independence en the
part of the delegates, a vote was taken
and instructions defeated, seven only vot
ing in the aflirmativc.
The Wilkesbarre Union-Leader refers
with pride te the fact that the delegation
from Luzerne and Lackawanna te the
Democratic state convention will go te
Harrisburg, "net as the mere personal ic
taiuers of -Mr. Wallace, nor as claquers for
Mr. Randall, but as Democrats animated
solely by the desire that such a nomina
tion for president shall be made as will be
most likely te unite all elements of the
party, and by an overwhelming victory in
November administer te the Republicans
the only adequate punishment possible
for the great fraud consummated by them
in 1870 in the seating of the present de
facto president."
The Erie Observer says: "The article
from the Lancaster Ixtelmgexcer, pub
lished in another column of the Observer,
express our sentiments exactly in reference
te the coining state convention. It is all
right for delegations from Philadelphia
and ether counties te settle their difficul
ties and withdraw their contests, but no
machine or state can be arranged before
hand which will net be smashed. The
delegates will attend te the business for
which they were elected."
One Thing Settled.
Eric Observer. '
It is very silly te cry out " You're aWal-
lace man, " at every Democrat who opposes
Tilden's nomination. We de net think Ir.
Tililen an available candidate, but we are
opposed te Mr. AVallacc or any ether man
running the Democratic state convention,
as Cameren manages Republican conven
tions. It is settled beyond all doubt, by
the character of the delegates elected, that
Senater AVallacc will 7ielhave personal con
trol of the coming convention at Harris
burg, and we learn that he will net be a
candidate for delegate te Cincinnati. Then
se far as cither Mr. Wallace or Mr. Randall
is concerned, this question is settled, and
delegates can calmly deliberate ever the
ability and availability of candidates for
president legardless of these personal con
siderations about the Speaker or Senater.
Thus Far and Ne Further.
Carlisle Valley Sentinel.
A friendly rivalry of the friends of the
different candidates for president is te be
expected and is even desirable, but per
sonal dictation, for the accomplishment of
personal preferences and objects should net
be tolerated or permitted te come in con
flict or interfere with the success of the
party. Mr. Wallace has a perfect right te
be for General Hancock and Mr. Ran
dall for Tilden, but the nomination of
either of these men at Cincinnati should
net be made a personal matter or claimed
as a personal victory by either Mr. Ran
dall or Mr. Wallace in the sense in which
it is new presented before the public, If
the convention at Harrisburg will refuse
te instruct, the delegation te Cincinnati, as
it is hoped it will, this personal contro
versy can be avoided. If each delegate is
allowed te represent the popular senti
ment of his own district, no matter who
may be selected at Cincinnati, neither Mr.
Wallace nor Jlr. Randall can claim it as a
victory for himself. It would be a victeiy
for the people as it should be and will be
if the proper course be pursued and each
delegate left te act en his own responsibil respensibil
ty, answerable for his course te his consti
tuency, and te whom alone he is lcsponsi lcspensi
ble. The Only Necccssary Instructions.
Cambria Freeman.
It is very desirable, of course, that -harmony
should prevail at the state conven
tion, and the only obstacle in the way that
we are aware of grows out of the factious
warfare that has existed for several years
in Philadelphia. If that can be satisfac
torily adjusted before the meeting of the
convention, se much the better, as all the
difficulties are net at all of a serious nature
and can be easily settled by the convention
itself. If, however, the quarrel in Phila
delphia is net amicably disposed of by
Messrs. McGewen and Vaux and their re
spective followers before the convention
meets, as we trust it will be, the conven
tion ought te dispose of the matter prompt
ly by applying te it the most heroic treat
ment. It is a shame and a disgrace that
a Democratic state convention should be
annoyed and harrasscd continually by the
senseless wrangling and contentions of two
rival delegations from that county, both
claiming te be "regular" a state of
things in party organization which is utter
ly prcDOstcreus and can never rightfully
exist.
One ether of the terms of this rumored
settlement is, that the delegates from this
state te the national convention are te vote
as a unit en all questions. Wc have always
opposed, and always will oppose, the arro
gant and tyrannical unit rule, except as re
gards the delegates at large. Hew could
a Democratic state convention stultify it
self by adopting the unit rule, after every
Democratic paper in the commonwealth
has, for two months past, been fiercely de
nouncing Den Cameren for imposing that
iron-clad restriction upon the men he has
selected te go te Chicago ? The only in,
structiens that should be given te the del
egates ought te be : "Ge, and after having
looked the ground all ever, and after the
fullest conference with the delegates from
ether parts of the Union, fellow the guide
of your own best judgment, with a sole
view te the success of the ticket."
The Unit Kule.
Norristown Uegister.
There are some, doubtless, who de net
fairly understand the nature or the opera
tion of the unit rule, as it is called, in con
ventions. It matters net whether that rule
be adopted for the guidance of delegates
te a county, congressional district, state or
national convention, its operation is iden
tical in all instances.
A rule which will permit a minority can
didate te receive mere votes than the ma
jerity candidate cannot be brought within
the limits of Democratic teachings, and
can find no favor in the eyes of any honest
believer in the fundamental principles of
the Democratic organization. And yet
this is just what the unit rule is capable
of; and its harmonizing influence en the
Democratic masses will be in exactly the
reverse proportion te its strength.
Seme of the states which send small
delegations te the national convention
may succeed in securing a unity of opinion
and action in the delegation. But in the
case of a state sending twenty, thirty or
mere delegates the chances are that they
will net all lix en the same man for presi
dential nominee. New the unit rule re
quires that the whole number of votes te
which the state is entitled one for each
delegate shall be cast for one man, and
that man te be selected by the majority of
the delegation. As an instance : Penn
sylvania is entitled te fifty-eight delegates
te the national convention. If thirty of
them fix upon one man while the ether
twenty-eight lix upeu some eac else or
wish te divide their votes among two or
mere candidates, the unit rule prevents
them from exercising that privilege and
compels them te give their twenty-eight
votes with the ether thirty for a candidate
whom their constituents at home have
desired them te vote against. Democratic
principles de net teach this. Where all
meet together en the same equality the
minority must net be bound hand and
feet it has the privilege of combating
the majority until fairly overcome.
Te illustrate hew, under the arbitrary
enforcement of this unit rule, a minority
candidate may receive mere votes than the
majority candidate it will be necessary te
resort te some figures. Figures arc rather
dry, it is true, but they are reliable. It
will require but two states and two candi
dates for Presidential nomination te make
it perfectly plain. Let the two states be
Pennsylvania, with its fifty-eight dele
gates, and New Yerk, with its seventy.
And let the two candidates be Tem Piper
and Jack Herner. JNew, let the delegates
in the two states stands as fellows :
Fer Fer
Tem l'ipcr. Jack Hemer. Total.
Pcnna. 50 8 58
New Yerk 21 3G 70
Then let the Pennsylvania delegation in
stinct its delegation te cast a united vote
for Tem Piper; and the New Yerk con
ventien, a united vote for Jack Herner.
It will at once be seen that Tem Piper
will receive 58 votes ; and Jack Herner 70
votes a majority of 12 votes for the latter.
But let us see the relative strength of
the two candidates in the united vote of j
the two delegations : I
Ter Tem Piper. Fer Jack Herner. '
Penna. 50 8 I
New Yerk 34 SG
Totals 84 44
It needs but a moderately well educated
school boy te observe that Tem Piper's
friends in the two states arc represented in
the national convention by almost twice
as many delegates as are Jack Herner's
friends : and yet Jack Herner, under the
unit rule, receives ticelvc mere votes than
does Tem Piper.
Of the 128 votes te which the states of
Pennsylvania and New Yerk together are
entitled in the national convention Tem
Piper, according te the voice of the Demo
cratic voters of the two states, is entitled
honestly and fairly te 84 very nearly two
thirds of the whole number ; while Jack
Herner, for the same reason, is entitled te
just 44. And yet, under the operation of
the unit rule Jack Hemer receives as a can
didate for the presidential nominee of the
Democratic party ticelvc mere votes than
Tem Piper. T4ic minority candidate is
chosen ever the majority candidate.
That which is true of two states is true
of all. If two states can thus thwart the
wishes of their people by the adoption of
the unit rule and have 52 votes te begin
with in a similar game with ether states,
hew small a minority will it require after
a while te laugh at any majority the peo
ple may attempt te set up.
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Xcd Runtime's Clese Call.
His Nairowi-.scape from the Fury of a .linb
Ilow tie Killed a Jealous Husband,
Was Hung by the Latter's Infuriated
Friends te a Lamppost and After
wards Escaped iu JUsguise.
Ex-Governer Amy, of New Mexico, re
lated te a New Yerk Star reporter, a few
days age, a thrilling episode in the life of
E. Z. C. Judsen, mere familiarly known as
"Ned Buntline," the bleed and thunder
story writer, who has been in Lancaster
several times during the past few years. It
was as far back as 1849, and the almost
tragic occurrence took place in Tennessee.
At that time Judsen was a reperter en a
Nashville paper, and being young, intelli
gent and goad looking, he was a prime fa
vorite among the belles of the city.
Says Gov. Amy : After Ned Buntlire
left the navy lie fell in with a Spanish
beauty in Cuba and took her te Tennessee
with him, where she afterward died. He
spent most of his time iu Nashville. There
lived there at that time a man named
Porterfield. He was a merchant and a
prominent member of the Baptist church
of which Rev. R. B. Crawford Hewell was
pastor. They get up a church fair, in
which Mrs. Porterfield who was a beauti
ful woman, took an active part. Ned Bunt
line went there in capacity as a reporter
and became acquainted with Mrs. Portei Pertei
field. She had recently lest a child, and
Ned sympathized with her and gained her
confidence. She was in the habit of visiting
her child's grave every few days te deco
rate it with llewers and wet it with her
tears. Ned would often walk toward the
cemetery and return home with the be
reaved mother, his sympathetic nature be
iug fully aroused and his words of condo
lence falling softly en her car.
Her husband, when informed of these
frequent meetings, became jealous of
Runtime's attentions, and he forbade his
wife from renewing them.. She was a
proud, spirited woman, and feeling that
his interference was an imputation en
her honor, she persisted in maintaining
friendly relations with the gallant Bunt
line. Porterfield was unfamiliar with the
use of weapons, but te be ready for an
emergency he secured a revolver, and for
three weeks he practiced daily sheeting at
mark. He felt that his honor had been at
tacked, and belonging te a chivalrous fam
ily, he determined upon sheeting Bunt
line at sight.
One bright sunny day, as he was return
ing from pistol practice, he met Judsen,
as he was then called, en the street, and
he opened a quarrel. Judsen said :
" 1 de net want any trouble with you,
se go away and let me alene.4'
Perterlield, without saying a word, drew
his revolver and fired three shots, but Jud Jud
eon being an active young fellow dodged
about and escaped injury. Porterfield's
pistol njissed fire en the next shot, when
Judsen drew his revolver, and taking dead
ly aim, Porterfield fell at his feet a corpse.
Judsen at once repaired te the court house
and gave himself up. An examination was
gene into and the judge decided that the
sheeting was done in self defense. When
he was acquitted, Porterfield's brother and
a few of his personal friends started after
him, when Judsen sprang through the
court house window, the shattering glass
flying in every direction, and took refuge
in the Cumberland house en the bank of
he river.
The hotel had four perches running
around the entire house and opening en
the Mississippi. The pursuing mob fired
several shots at Judsen as he was running
away, and as he reached the fourth story
of the hotel he took refuge in a fourth fleer
room and locked the deer. Raising the
window, he went out en the perch, and in
his efforts at escape from Porterfield's in
furiated relatives, Judsen began descend
ing te the ground by the lattice work. At
the third story perch he missed his footing
and fell te the ground with a thud inflicting
serious injuries.
The Porterfield mob followed into the
hotel, broke the deer down, and looking
from the perch, saw their victim a bleed
ing, senseless mass en the ground below.
They rushed down te where he lay and
were about te dispatch him when the
authorities arrived and placed him under
arrest and in jail, te protect him from the
mob. In the stillness of the midnight
hour, the infuriated avengers of Porter Perter
field's death broke into the jail, overpow
ered the guards, and dragging the helpless
and crippled Judsen, they took him te a
lamp-pest te hang him. They adjusted
the noose about his neck, threw the rope
ever the top bar of the iron pest, and
pulled the victim up, but before strangu
lation ensued the rope broke, and Judsen
fell te the pavement, black in the face,
and limp and senseless. Peiterfield's
brother told his companions te cease,
sneeringly saying, as he turned away :
"Let him go. for he will die anyway."
At this critical juncture the authori
ties arrived, and again rescued the mere
dead than alive Judsen. The next day
was the Sabbath, and after service Mr.
Walker, the father of Nicaraugua Walker,
Dr. Wharten, an elder of the Christian
church, Ephraini Smith, Evangelist of the
church, and Governer Amy, went te the
prison and saw Judsen. The courts did
net held him, and late at night they
dressed him in female attire, put him en
a steamboat and sent him te Cincinnati.
Governer Amy remarked, as he closed
the narrative : "I attended Porterfield's
funeral, which was a very imposing one,
and I have net seen Ned Buntlive since
that eventful period of his life."
JJiWJir.EllS.
JOUI.S WEIJEK,
J WATCHMAKER.
Ne.l.-J XOUTIl QUEEX STREET, near 1M.".
11. Depot, Lancaster, Pa. Geld, Silver and
Xickel-cased Watches, Chains, Clocks, Se.
Agent ter the celebrated Pantoscepic Specta
cles anil Eyc-Glusses. Repairing a specialty,
aprl-lyd
Lancaster Watches.
FOR SALB BT
B. R BOWMAN,
100 EAST KING STREET.
LANCASTER. PA.
--THE--
LANCASTER WATCH,
IX
GOLD AND SILVER CASES,
KEY AND STEM-WINDING,
AT
AUGUSTUS KH0ADSS,
Jeweler, 20 East King .Street,
LAXC ASTER, PA.
The Lewest Prices!
Orders and inquiries by mail receive prompt
attention.
XiCaldwen&Ce.
IMPORTERS OF
Diamonds, Sapphires, Em
eralds, Rubies, Pearls.
JEWELERS,
THE LAT1ST DKSN1XS IX
LACE PINS, SCARF PINS, FINGER RINGS
EAR-RINGS, BRACELETS, SLEEVE
BUTTONS AND LOCKETS,
In Reman Filigree and Ilurnished Geld.
PHILADELPHIA,
902 CHESTNUT STREET.
aprlG-M.WAF
X-OUA'VEllS AJfV MACHINISTS.
T AXCASTEU
J BOILER 3IANUFACT0RY,
SHOP ON PLUM STREET,
Opposite the Locomotive Works.
The subscriber centlnnci te manufacture
BOILERS AND STEAM ENGINES,
Fer Tanning and ether purposes ;
Furnace Twiers,
Bellows Pipes,
Sheet-iron Werk, and
lilacksuiithing generally.
V3r .lobbing promptly attended te.
augl8-lyd ' JOUN BEST.
CUTICDKA FOK SALE AT LOCIIER'S
Drug Stere, 9 Etut King street.
JJtT
THE GRAND DEPOT
IS THE LARGEST RETAIL HOUSE in the United States,
exclusive of New Yerk City. It carries DOUBLE THE
STOCK of any Retail Heuse in Philadelphia.
Buyers are Sure of Seeing the LARGEST ASSORT
MENT of Newest Goods. A System of Business is ob
served that Ensures PERFECT SATISFACTION.
A CORDIAL INVITATION is Extended te all who
visit us.
The New Stock for Spring is Just Opened.
JOHN WANAMAKER,
13th Street, Market te Chestnut,
PHILADELPHIA.
SPRING DRESS GOODS!
SPRING DRESS GOODS!
Ladies, we are ettering Xew and De-dr.tble
Dress laterials
We arc new allowing Silk and Weel Xevcltics, Colored Silks, Satins and Summer Sliks.
2EY SPRING LAWNS,
XEW SPRING PERCALES,
XEW SPRIXtJ (JIXUILOIS,
XEW SPRIXU HOSIERY,
XEW SPRIXG GLOVES.
RIBBONS, CORSETS, UNDERWEAR, &c.
We call Special Attention te our Large Stock efCAKPETS and PAPER HANGINGS.
J. B. MARTIN & CO. .
New Spring Dress Goods,
AT THE
NEW YORK STORE.
:e:-
WATT, SHAND & COMPANY
have opened an Iniiuciiiie Stock of Xew Goods and with them offer the following
SPECIAL BARGAINS:
One C.i! Novelty Suitings 10c per yard, common price lic. One Cnxe Spring Drexa
Goods, liic per yard, worth ilc. One Cese Ilreadliead Alpacas Sfc per yard. These geed are
warranted net te shrink or cnrl when wet. Latest Novelties in French, English and American
Ore-nGoeiN, lllack Silks. Colored Silks, Summer Silks and Novelty Trimmings in Great Va
riety. XC2"Xete Xew Address.
S AND 1 0 EAST KING STREET.
IVATVIir.S,
EDW. J. ZAHM, Jeweler,
Zahm's Cerner,
DEALER IN
AMERICAN & FOREIGN WATCHES,
Sterling Silver nnd Silver-Plate:! Ware,
Clocks, Jewelry ai Ami Tintea Spectacles.
W coffer our patrons the benefit or our long experience In business, by which we are able
te aid them in making the best use of their money In any department ofenr business. We
manufacture a large part et the goods we sell, and buy only lrem Pirst-CIasa Houses. Every
article sold accompanied with a bill stating Its quality.
2L.Firbt-CIass Watch and General Repairing given special attention.
ZAHM'S CORNER.
CAJIRIAOKS,
S. B. BAILY.
S. E. BAILY & Ce.,
aianulacturera of
CARRIAGES OF EVERT DESCRIPTION !
Office and Warerooms, 430 and 432 North Queen Street. Factory,
431 and 433 Market Street, Lancaster, Fa.
We are new ready ferSPUING TRADE, with
C
Braes
Having purchased our stock for cash, before tha recent advance, we are enabled te efter',
SrECIAL INDUCEMENTS IN PISICE. Wc will keep in stock BUGGIES OF ALL GRADES
and PRICKS te suit all classes et customers SPECIAL BAKU AIX8 IN MAKKET WAGONS..
ttive us a call. All work fally warranted ne rear.
ROUES, JiZANKETS, JtC.
s
IGX OF TUE BUFFALO HEAD.
ROBES I ROBES ! !
BLANKETS ! BLANKETS ! !
1 have new en hand the Largest, Best and
Cheapest Assortment of Lined and Unlincd
BUFFALO KOBES In the city. Alse LAP
AXD HOUSE BLANKETS of every descrip
tion. A full line of
Trunks and Satchels,
Harness, Whips, Cellars, &c.
5Itepairing neatly and promptly done.-
A. MILEY,
108 North Quten St., iMnrastttr.
eivlydMWAS
ROOTS AND SHOES.
17 Q"T BOOTS. SHOES ANU LASTS
JjjiO i made en a new principle, insur
ing comfort for the feet.
Di''YT,C Lasts madi te order.
J5LHJ-LO MILLER,
let14-tfd 1S3 East King street.
GOODS.
Effects in
for Spring Wear.
.TKWKUIY, c.
Lancaster, Pa.,
LANCASTER, PA.
PHAETONS. Se
W. W. BAILY
and iJcaler In
a Fine Assortment of
,k
MAR RLE WORKS.
WM. F. FBATTiTiY'S
MONUMENTAL MARBLE WORKS
758 Nertn y neeu Street, Lancaster, l'a.
MONUMENTS, HEAD AND FOOT STONES,
GARDEN STATUARY,
CEMETERY LOTS ENCLOSED, Ac
All work guaranteed and satisfaction gl-. en
n every particular.
N. B. Remember, works at the extreme end
f North Queen street. ni3Ul
EDUCATIONAL.
IflNDERG AIITEN !
L SPRING QUARTER
Commences APRIL 12, 1890. at 131 North Duke
street, Lancaster. ANNE E. GLEIM.
aprlO-lwd
THE AUADKMY CONNECTED "WITH
Franklin and Marshall College otters sn
Serier ad vantages te young men anil beyri who
esire either te prepare for college or te obtain
a thorough academic education. Students re
ceived at any time daring the school year
Send for circulars. Address
REV. JAMES CRAWFORD,
oetU-lTd Laacaster. Pa.
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