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Volume XVI-Ne. 217.
LANCASTER, PA., THUKSDAY MAY 13, 1880
rtJIILISHED EVERY EVENING,
BY STEINMAN & HENSEL,
intelligencer Building, Southwest Cerner of
Tuk Daily Intellieenceb In lurnishcd te
subscribers in tlic City of Lancaster and sur
rounding towns. accessible by Railroad anil
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year in advance ; otherwise, $ti.
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t-ecend class mail matter.
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MKNTet this establishment posses-.-, unsur
passed facilities for the execution of all kinds
of 1'Iain ami Fancv Printing.
Price Twe Cents.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in all kinds of
LUMBER AND COAL.
S-Yard: Ne. 420 North Water and Prince
streets, above Lemen, Lancaster. n3-iyd
COAL! COAL! COAL! COAL!
Ceal of the Kent Quality put up expressly
ter family use, and at the low
est market prices.
TRY A SAMPLE TON.
S- YAKI 150 SOUTH "WATER ST.
msO-lyd PHILIP SCIIUM, SON & CO.
JUST RECEIVED A 1'IXi; LOT OF HALED
M. F. STEIGERWALT & SON'S,
FLOUR, GRAIN AND COAL,
2.H NORTH WATER STREET.
ta-AVestern Fleur a Specialty. fs27-lyd
" TOHO & WILEY,"
:.-.( XORTll WATlZlt ST., IsuicLstr,; J'a.,
Wholesale anil Retail Dealer in
LUMBER AND COAL.
A1m, Contractor and liuilders.
Estimates made ami contracts undertaken
en all kinds of buildings.
Branch Oflicc : Ne. :i NORTH DUKE ST.
COAL! - - - COAL ! !
GORRECHT & CO.,
Fer Geed and Cheap Ceal. Yard Harri-burg
Pike. Otlice iij East Chestnut Street,
SPRING AND SUMMER
Made te order for Men and JSev in the prevail
ing styles, and satisfaction guaranteed. Alse,
Ready-Made Clothing !
AND ALL KINDS OF
At the Old Price before the Advance,
RATHVON & FISHER'S
Practical Tailoring Establishment,
THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 13, 1880.
"Yes, aunt ; I only took the butter tLat I with trembling finpers tore open the sec-
S lptr. in flip rlicli " I .i .. , "..'; r . .
eau envelope, which was also addressed te
was left in the dish.
"Half a pound! Yeu go without butter
r a xxraal- "
for a week
And I ran out again, and into the lane
as fast as I could," continued Dorethy,
apparently undismayed by this threat,
" ler fear I might lese ceurace : and sten.
ping suddenly before him, I put the bread
in his hand, and said, I am se sorry for
VOU ' ' nnfl ttlrnnrl i-r rim .,.... 1 t.
seized my hand and kissed it " (Miss Le-
as rieiA .is miirlrie
" and said, These are the first kind words
I ve heard since I came te this beastly
country. Tell me your name, little one.'
Dorethy Walde.' said I. -Doretlm Wal
de,' he repeated, ' I shall never forget it ; '
and he raised his hat and went away.
Dear aunt, had you been in my place,
would you net have done as I did?"
"1?" cried Aunt Lerinda "T earn.'
101 NORTH QUEEN STKEET.
P. v. gerrecht, Agt,
XV. A. KELLER.
IIOOHS AXD STATJOXERT.
New, Plain and Fancy
Alse, Velvet and East lake
PICTURE FRAMES AND EASELS.
L. M. F LYNN'S
00K AM) STATIONERY STOKE,
Ne. 42 WEST KING STBEET.
MONDAY, APRIL 5.
Having fust returned from the New Yerk
Woolen .Market. I am new prepared te exhibit
one of the Best Selected block.-, of
A FIXE LINE OF
AMU FOR SALE AT THE HOOK STOKE
JOII BAER'S SONS,
15 and 17 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
Ever brought te this city,
Nene but the very
WALTER A. HEINITSH
in all the Leading Styles. Pi ices as low as the
lowest, and all goods warranted as represent
Ne. 51 North Queen Street.
24 CENTRE SQUARE.
XVc have fei sale for the coming seasons
Immense Stock of
New Glass Reller
OX ALL FURNITURE. TKY THEM
15 Eat King Street.
Over High & Martin's,
H. S. SHIRK'S
202 WEST KING STREET,
Has the Largest and Cheapest Stock et all
kinds of CARPETS in Lancaster. Over
100 Pieces of Brussels
en hand, as low as 81.00 and upwards.
Carpets made te order at short notice. Will
also pay 10 cents ter Extra Carpet Hags.
49-Givc us a trial.
202 WKST KINO STKEET.
EOUXDERS AXD MACH1X1STS.
SHOP ON PLUM STREET,
OrresiTBiHE Locemotivb Works.
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BOILERS AND sSTEAM ENGINES,
Fer Tanning and ether purposes ;
Sheet-iron Werk, and
49 Jobbing promptly attended te.
aug!8-lyd JOHN BEST.
WE P. FRATLEY'S
MONUMENTAL MARBLE WORKS
758 Nertn y ueen Street, Lancaster, Pa.
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GARDEN STATU ARY,
CEMETERY LOTS ENCLOSED, Ac.
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n every particular.
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f North Queen street. m301
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te be leund in the city.
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MONDAY, MAY 31st, 1880.
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200 prizes no each lo.eou
G00 prizes 20 each 12 000
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9 prizes 300 each, approximation prizes 2,700
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1,900 prizes $112,400
Whole tlckels,$2; half tickets. $1 ; 27 tickets
$50; 55 tickets. $100.
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MAN. Courier-Journal Building, Leu
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A Slice or Bread and lintter.
"Dorethy Dorethy "Walde !" screamed
Miss Lerinda Cress (' cress by name and
cress by nature," the children yes, and
many of the grown-ups of the neighbor
hood declared her), as she neunced unen the
huge leaf of bread which she had taken S? m ,,ani aud
from tlm r.vAn find rmt , !,, i.! e nnda wess became
crock only half an hour age, justbefere
she turned her straight-up and-down back
en tne kitchen, te stalk te the garret after
"that idle hussy. Melly "the maid-of-all-work
"who had been twice as long as
she ought te have been making the beds
1 said the huge leaf. I should have said
half the huge leaf, for only that proportion
of the newly baked bread remained.
" Dor-e-thy Wal-do-e-o !" again scream
ed Miss Cress, in an ascending scale, with
an ominous tremolo en the last note.
; I cs, aunt," replied a sweet, fresh young
voice ; and a pretty young girl came from
the garden, with a basket of cherry-red
currants in her hand.
A tiny thing- she was, with round, dim
pled, rosy face, innocent child-like blue
gray eyes, and fair hair, some short tresses
et which had escaped from the braid into
which they had been bound, and were
making a delightful use of their freedom
by curling in the most charming manner
about the low frank blew and little pink
About "sweet sixteen," a stranger
would have pi oneunccd her'; but Delly,
as her youthful companions, much te the
disgust of her Aunt Lerinda, called her,
was elder than that by a year anda-half.
An orphan at the age el twelve, she had
been left te the care of the only relative she
knew, her mother's elder sister a woman
hard in speech and manners, and anything
but soft in heart. This maiden lady soured
irrevocably ou her twenty-fourth birthday,
which should have also been her wedding
day ; but at the very moment she was fas
tening the orange blossoms in her hair,
had come the news that her be
trothed had eloped with the girl
friend she had chosen for her biide
inaid. Lerinda tore the bridal wreath
into fragments and scattered it te the
winds; never mentioned the false pair
from that hour? banished forever all the
womanly grace and tenderness she had
possessed (truth te tell, she had never
possessed much), and became the hardest
worker of her sex that ever worked upon
a farm. In a man's beets, coat and hat,
early and late, het or cold, wet or dry,
with set mouth, lowering brew and silent
lips, she toiled side by .side with her sturdy
old father, until the day he was struck
down by the pitiless sun and died a few
heuis after died just in time te be saved
the pang of hearing that his youngest
and favorite daughter was lying at the
point of death, widowed and friendless, in
a uir uw.iy ciby. xenuua euneu nernuiier
if she wept for him, none saw her pro
moted a man who had been long in his
employment te the position she used her
self te occupy, and started for her sister's
bed.-ide. "When she returned te Feinville
again, she brought dear little fair-haired,
soft -eyed Dorethy with her, and some of
her neighbors fancied that since that time
she had been a shade less stern ; but if
she had been, it was se slight a shade that
it was almost impossible te peiceive it.
True, she did less out-of-deer work, and
devoted part of the time thus saved te
teaching her niece te sew and cook and
churn, and ether like accomplishments ;
but never were the lessens accompanied by
an approving smile or kindly word, much
less a loving kiss. Even te the gentle,
winning child, Lerinda Cress remained a
cold stern woman. But Dorethy, Ged
bless her ! was se sunnv in disposition that
the stern ways and dark face of her aunt
could net cloud her young life. And
though shut out from that inflexible wo
man's heart, she found the doers of all
ether hearts wide open te her. The deirs.
the cats, the hens, the chickens, the horses,
the cows, the calves, the very geese, re
garded her with adoration. The farm
laborers blessed her pretty face whenever
she came among them ; and as for Melly
poer,hard-wokcd Melly ! she would have
kissed the gre tnd the little feet trod upon.
What wonder, the i, that Dan llewtlL
the young sui-veye.-, who lived half a mi e
away, in the old stone cottage, and whom
she had known from the very first day of
her arrival in Fcrnville (when he, then a
tall, bright-faced boy of lifteen, passing
her aunt's gate, and seeing the sad-looking
little girl, in her black dress, standing by
it, silently offered her the prettiest white
rabbit she had ever seen a rabbit he had
been coaxing Abner Brown for a month
past te sell him, and which he new parted
with without another thought, at the
sight of these lovely tearful eyes and that
sweet wistful face) what wonder, I say,
that he " thought of her by day, and
dreamed of her by night?"
Hut te go back. Dorethy came smiling
into the kitchen, her lips and checks as
red as the currants she carried ; but the
smile faded away when she met her aunt's
" Did you cut this leaf, aud then leave
it here in this het room te dry te a chip ?"
demanded Miss Cress ; and then she
added, emphatically, without waiting for
an answer : " But of course you did. Ne
one else would have dared te de it. And
hew dare you, knowing that I never
allow bread te be cut in my house until it
is at least a day old ?"
"I am very sorry, aunt," began Delly,
" but he looked se hungry !"
"He!" screamed her aunt, regard
ing her with a leek of horror. " Yeu gave
it away, then ! And te a ' he' ! A tramp,
I've no doubt, who will come back some
night, rob the house, and murder us all."
"Please, aunt," entreated the young
girl, "don't be se angry. He wasn't
a tramp ; indeed he wasn't ; but a hand
some young fellow with long golden
"A wig," snarled Miss Cress.
"and the most beautiful blue eyes,"
Delly went en, "I ever saw in my life.
And he wasn't near the house. And he
didu't ask for anything. Oh, de listen,
aunt, while I tell you all about it. I was
en my knees in the path, picking up some
currants I had let fall, when I saw him,
through the hole in the hedge Brownie's
calf made the ether day, coming slowly up
up the lane "
"If you had been looking at what you
were doing you wouldn't have seen him,"
said her grim listener.
" He didn't sec me, of course," said
Delly, "or I shouldn't have looked at him
se intently. And, eh, Aunt Lerinda, it
was just like looking at a picture !''
"Stuff!" said Miss Cress.
"He was se handsome, and se dusty,
and se shabby, peer fellow ! And he sat
down under the old oak tree, took a crust
of bread out of his pocket, and began te
eat it as though he was very, very hungry.
That went te my heart."
" Rubbish !'' said her aunt.
"And I get up softly, and ran into the
house, and cut a slice "
"A slice!. Great grief!" interrupted
Aunt Lerinda. "A piece big eueugh for
the breakfast of a whole family."
"And I Twittered it."
"Yeu buttered it?"
meals te a strange man en the public high
way? I let a foreigner who called my
country 'a beastly country' kiss my hand?
.Ne, indeed; he never would have kissed
"Perhaps net," said Delly, with a mo
mentary twinkle in her eyes ; and then she
added, pleadingly, " But don't be angrv
any longer, aunt. I'll make another leaf e'f
uread right away."
" But that won't bring back what you've
wasted," said her inflexible relative. "A
pretty wife you'd be for a man who hasn't
a dollar te call his own, giving away bread
by the leaf and butter" by the pound,"
(Miss Cress had retained at least one
womanly trait a slight tendency te exag
geration, "te all the thieves and tramps
who happen te come along."
" Oh, aunt ! " exclaimed her niece he.
looked like a prince."
"A prince !" with a snort of scorn.
"Your head is turned by that trashy poet
ry you read. A prince ! A likely story in
shabby clothes, aud nibbling a crust ! A
disguised burglar, in my opinion. Buf
burglar or no burglar," she continued, it
must be confessed with some irrelevancy,
"you shall never marry a man who hasn't
a dollar te call his own, with my consent,
and if ever you marry without my consent,
you make a liar of your mother in her
"Aunt, I have told you again and
again," said Dorethy, firmlv but srcnfclv.
" that I never would. I have net forgot
ten my mother's last commands."
"Then don't be enceurariii? that Daniel
Hewell te meet you every tack and turn ;
and if you must have some one te walk
home from church with you can go and
come by myself, thank heaven ! there's
Abner Brown, atid he has a thousand dol
lars in the bank."
" But, auut, I've known Dan se long,
and he is away se much, that when he is
at home I feel as though I mean, I
wouldn't like te hint his feelings.'"
"Bah!" retorted the grim maiden.
"Men have no feelings. And as for
knowing him a long time, I think" you've
known him quite long enough."
"But if he had the thousand dollars.
instead of Abner Brown?" questioned
Delly, with mere spirit than she had yet
"That would be in his favor, certainly.
But he hasn't, and never will have, with
that old father and mother depending upon
him. A thousand dollars, indeed ! "Where
would he get it ? The soenor you forget
Daniel Hewell, and the sooner Daniel
Hewell puts you out of his head, the bet
ter." " There's no need for you te talk se
loud, aunt," said the little girl, indig
nantly ; and then, startled by the leek tf
malicious triumph ou her aunt's face,
Dorethy looked around, just in time te
receive a farewell bow from Daniel Hew
ell as he turned from the deer.
"He heard me," said Miss Cress. "I'm
glad he did ; 'twill save trouble."
" Oh, Aunt Lerinda, hew can you be se
cruel?" said peer Delly, bunting into
A year and a half passed away, during
which, owing te his frequent absences and
Miss Lerinda's watchlul care, Delly and
her lever had met but three or four times.
" It's hard," said the young man, en the
last of these occasions, te knew that I
cannot ask your aunt for your hand be
cause I have net a thousand dollars of mv
own, when I knew that there is plenty of
room aim love ana everything ler you at
the old stone cottage. Oh, Delly, if you
would but brave her anger, hew gladly I'd
make you my wife this moment !"
"Dan,'' interrupted the girl, with dewy
eyes, it isn't her anger though I feel
that it would be most ungrateful in me te
provoke it but the premiso my methir
made for me in her death -bed. And if it
had net been for that premise, Dan, you
niust remember, I should have been the
inmate of an orphan asylum, and we would
never have met." Adding, the sunshine
coming back again, " Don't you see hew
much worse things could have been?"
" Yeu arc right, my darling, as you al
ways are," said Dau ; "but thiuk it may
be years before I have ' the beud.' "
" I can wait, Dan. Yes" with a mis
chievous little laugh "I can wait until I
am as old as Aunt Lerinda."
"Ged forbid, love !" he said, catching
her in his arms aud kissing her sweet lips.
"And new geed-by ; I am going away
again te-morrow, te be gene I can net tell
you hew long. Oh, Delly, Heaven speed
the time when a little wife shall be wait
ing with the old father and mother at the
stone cottage te welcome me home !"
She raised herself en tiptoe, clasped his
face between her two tiny hands, gazed
into his eyes with a wealth of tenderness
in her own, and said, ""Who knows?
Geed fortune may at this very moment be
en its way te us."
And the very next day, January 3, 1880,
as Dorethy, with a crimson shawl thrown
ever her head, was out in the garden scat
tering crumbs en the snow for the spar
rows, she heard the jingle of sleigh bells,
and Farmer Beers came down the lane with
a sled-lead of weed. "Mernin', Miss
Dorethy," he called, as he reined up at
the back gate. " Here's a letter for you.
They thought it might be important at
the office, and se, kuewin' hew keerful I
be, and that I was cemin' this way, they
asked me te fetch it te you." And the
old man tossed the letter ever the hedge,
into the girl's outstretched hands, and
"A letter for me !" said Delly, in tones
of the greatest amazement. "Why, I
never received a letter before in all my
life !" Then she turned it about and in
spected it curiously. The envelope was a
common yellow one, and bore the printed
address of a law firm in an adjoining city,
as well as her own address, written in a
plain legal hand. " Who can it be from ?"
wondered Delly ; aud then opened it, te
find her question but partly answered. A
sheet of blue paper and a smaller-envelope
were enclosed. The paper contained,
in the same hand which had addressed the
letter, these lines ;
" 3fiss DoretJiy Walde :
"Dear Madam: We send you the ac
companying check, in compliance with
orders received te that effect from a client
in Europe, whose interests in this country
we represent. Please acknowledge re
ceipt. Your obedient servants,
"January, 1, 1880."
Delly's lovely eyes opened te their widest
extent. " A check !" she exclaimed, and
her, but in a different, mere elegant hand ;
and sure enough there was a check a
c7ieckfer a thousand dollars, payable te the
order of Miss Dorethy Walde. And en a
slip of paper which had kept it company
were these werds: "Iu payment for a
snee a very large slice of bread and but
ter. And that's all the young girl ever
knew about it.
Fer one moment she steed dazed with
joy aud astonishment. The next she
thought of Dan. Perhaps he had net started
yet. Hew could she get te him through
the deep snow ? Sleigh bells again. Far
mer Beers ceminsr back without the weed.
bhe ran into the lane. "Oh, de take me
with you !"' she cried te the great surprise
of the honest old fellow. "I must sec
Dan Mr. Hewell, Inean. I must see him
as seen as possible.''
" Jump right in my dear," said the old
man, " and I'll have you at the stone cot
tage in a jiffy." .
Away they went, the gray mare making
excellent time for her ; and as they near
ed the house, Delly caught sight of Dan
just leaving it
"Dan! Dan!" she called, her clear
young voice ringing en the cold air, and
inatiiy waved her crimson shawl.
Dan turned, saw the bright flag and her
sweet face below it, and came bounding
ever the snow iu time te receive her in his
arms as she jumped from the sled.
" Yeu couldn't no, net if you guessed
for ever," she said, half crying and half
laughing "you couldn't guess what
brought me here this morning."
"Whatever it was, Heaven bless it a
thousand times !" said her lever.
"It is leap-year, you knew, Dan."
"Yes, new I think of it, it is. But it
can't be possible you have come here te
"Very possible, indeed," answered
Delly, slowly and deliberately. "Mr.
Dauiel Hewell, will you marry me ?"
"Mr. Daniel Hewell's" only reply was
te fold her in se close an embrace that, being
the tiniest of maidens, she almost disap
peared from view.
"And has Miss Cress" he began,
when the pretty blushing face, all
dimpled with smiles, was again raised te
"Ne, she has net." interrunted Dellv.
" She knows nothing about it." But it's
all right, Dan," carefully tucking some
thing with her dainty left hand Dan held
the right into the breast pocket of his
overcoat. " Yeu may come and see Aunt
Lerinda as seen as you cheese. Yeu didn't
knew it, Dan dear, but you've get a thous
and dollars. " Harper's Weekly.
WANAMAKER & BROWN,
Gentlemen and Beys' Outfitters,
S. E. CORNER SIXTH AND MARKET STS.,
We respectfully announce the completion of the new stock of
Men's and Beys' Clothing for the Spring of 1880,
v. hich has net only the distinction of being the largest, but has cost us mere pains-taHnjr
than any stock we have ever made. We aru net content unlust each year finds us iuinre
and progressing, and 18) shows the result ofextraeruinary effort te excel.
Te our long practical experience and commodious premises we add net only the advantage et
showing our customer the very largest teclc, but the system or business originated
ey Jilt. JOHN WAN AM Ah tit gives our customers every advantage in
making their purchases at OAK HALL
1st, The qualities and defects of goods arc stated.
2d, One price and only one.
3d, A thorough guarantee given.
4th, Meney refunded if goods are returned.
AI AIAKER & BROWtf.
NEW YORK STORE.
Hail te the Chief among pulmonary reme
dies. Dr. Themas' Eicctiic Oil, used external-
It. ml ...... M.l.f
iiin iiin.-iii.iny. .iiiis gr.mu preparation
annihilates coughs, colds, rheumatism, neu
ralgia, lameness, piles, kidney troubles, and
remedies bores, cuts, burns, boils, warts and
corns. Its cures are attended by the amplest
aud inrst pe-itive testimony. Fer sale liy
il. B. Cejlnan, druggist, 137 and 139 North
Quidi street, i..uicustcr, l'a. 7
Statistics prove that twenty-live percent,
of the deaths in our larger cities' are caused by
consumption, and when we reflect that this
terrible disease in its worst stage will yield te
a bottle of Lechcr's Kenewncd Cough Syrup,
shall we condemn the sufferers ler their negli
gence, or pity them ter their ignorance? Ne
OEast King street.
When a child is suddenly attacked and
threatened with suffocation by the croup, l)r,
Themas' Electric oil is preei-elv the medicine
ler the emergency, since it is nreinnt as well
as eflieicnt. Every household should be pro
vided with it, as it is a quick antidote te pain,
as well as a specilic for the above anil ether
complaints. Fer sale by II. 15. Cochi an, drug
gist, 137 and le'J North Queen street, Laucas
ter, X'.i. 8
IMMENSE DISPLAY OF NOVELTIES IX
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS.
A CHOICE VARIETY FOU SELECTION AT
QUICK SELLING PRICES.
01ecs, Laces and Embroideries, New Spring Styles iu 1'arasels and Sunshades.
WATT, SHAND & COMPANY,
S AND 1 0 EAST KINO STREET.
HAGER & BROTHER
Opened this day Lets et
Next Doer te tbe Court Heuse.
Have new open Full Lines of Goods of Latest Style for
GENTS' AND BOYS' WEAR.
FKENCII WORSTED SUITINUS,
SCOTCH CHEVIOT SUITINGS,
ENGLISH CHEVIOT SUITINGS,
ENGLISH CASSIMERE SUITINGS,
AMERICAN CASSIMERE SUITINGS.
BLUE FLANNEL SUITINGS,
CASSIMEUES FOR PANTS,
CASSIMERES FOR BOYS' SUITS,
Which we will make up te order in the Latest Style and guarantee satisfaction.
MEN AND BOYS' CLOTHING
IN FULL ASSORTMENT.
Gents' Hosiery, Gloves, Neckwear, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Ac, Jte.
49-CALL AND EXAMINE.
AKI TO TUK LADIES!
lust received a Fine Line of
Philip Schum, Sen & Cevs,
38 &40 1VESTKING STREETS.
Having added in connection with our Large
Stock efCarpet.s, Yarns, ftc, A FINE LINK OF
DRY GOODS, such as CALICOES, BLEACH
ED AND UNBLEACHED MUSLINS, TICK
INGS, COTTON FLANNELS. CASHMERES,
BLACK ALPACAS, SHEETINGS, NEW
STYLE OF SHIRTING. NEW STYLE DRESS
GOODS, TABLE LINENS, NAPKINS,
TOWELS, &c, which we are selling at
MODERATE PRICES. '
Wall Papers and Window Shades !
In WALL PAPERS we are offering a Large Line te select from In all grades, and at
HALL l'Al'ERS, &c.
WE AIMS 1IETTEK PKEl'AKED TO
Meet the wants of the people than any
season heretofore. Our line is larger than
usual, and iu
we have the New Patterns ler the Spring in an
endless line te select from.
of every description. In Cerner and Band, six
and seven feet in length.
Plain Goods by the vard In all colors and
widths. Paper Curtains'te the trade at Factory
the Newest, Best and Cheapest Cornice made.
Easily adjusted te fit any Window up te Ave
feet in width.
Curtain Poles. Mi. and 2 inches, in Ebony
and Polished Walnut, Rings, Brackets, and
Fancy Ends Complete.
PIER AND MANTEL MIRRORS.
Orders taken for any size at Lew Prices.
PHARES W. FRY,
Ne. 57 NORTH QUEEN ST.
ROOTS AXD 8UOES.
T? QY BOOTS. SHOES AND LASTS
XLlXlO X made en a new principle, insur
ing comfort for the feet.
T"MV,T'C! Lasts made te order.
e bll-tfd 1J3 East King street .
Wall Paper and Bliades hung at Short Netice. O-Estimates made.
J. B. MARTIN & CO.
FOR THE LADIES.
THE OPINION OP THE LADIES WE HOPE HAS BEEN FULLY CON
FIRMED BY WIDE SPREAD EXPERIENCE THAT
Cheap Mllinery & Trimming Stere
Is the Cheapest and Best Place in the city te buy
lillinery Goods and Dress Trimmiiigs,
And we will receive daily New Goods and all the Latest Styles, and ladies will And the Largest
Stock and Greatest Variety et Hats, Bennets, Ribbons,Feathers, Flewers.Sllks. Satins, Fringes,
Kid and Lisle Thread Gloves, Laces, Embroideries, Tuckings, Puffings, Velvet Neckties,
Ladies' White Tucked Skirts 50c. 75c and $1.00 each, andtha Largest Stock of Funcy Dress But But
eons in the city. We constantly keep the Finest Line of
ENGLISH BLACK CREPES,
Only Ceurtauld's Best Makes and at the Lewest Prices. Alse, Crepe Veils In all Sizes, Crep
Hats and Bennets constantly en hand and made te order by the best Milliners In the city. M
we keep no ethers, nor no apprentices te botch your work, at
M. A. HOUGHTON'S
Cheap Millinery and Trimming Stere, 25 K Queen St.