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Volume XVI-Ne. 242.
LANCASTER, PA., FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1880
Price Twe Cente.
.r'J....V '-' ! . 'I ' ' - I" J
NEW YORK STORE.
One Case Figured Dress Goods, Spring Shade", 10c a y.ird ; .-old every where atl2J4c.
One Case Twilled ISciges. 12c a yard ; worth 17c.
one Cafe l'luin ISciges, 12c yard ; regular price 2ic.
.vki SHETLAND fell A WI.t ill Cardinal, Ulue and White, .Vic each, would be cheap at 1.
JUST OPENED AX IMMENnE PTOCK.OF
PARASOLS AND SUNSHADES,
At less than Manufacturer'.- Price,. GKKAT HAUGAIX. 100 21-inch Silk Parasols at $1.23
uiiial price $1.73.
Watt, Shand & Company,
S AND 1 0 EAST KINO STREET.
J. B. MARTIN &C67
We are daily receiving Choice Xew Patterns
LAWM AM) GIMIAIS,
"WHITE GOODS, SUMMER SILKS,
VICTORIA LAWNS, DOTTED SWISS,
SPRING HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR.
Chilton's iFancy Hosiery, Parasols, 4c.
We are showing a complete .stock in every depai tment, and respectfully solicit a call.
J. B. MARTIN & CO.
All the Xew Spring Styles Irein the Leading Manufacturers. Embossed Geld, llrenzc
Satins, Grounds and Illanks, with ll.ide. Frieze and Itenlcr.-, te match.
.p.iiit.sskls, tapestry, ixgkaix axd ham. cakpkts.
WIHTi; AXI) FAXCV CHIXA MATT1XGS AXD OIL CLOTHS.
HAGER & BROTHER,
:SO. 25 WEST KING STREET.
EUW. J. ZAHM, Jeweler,
' AMERICAN & FOREIGN WATCHES,
Sleiiiii"; Silver and Silver-Platcd Ware,
Clocks, Jewelry ai Ariiel Tinted Spectacles.
We offer our patrons the benefit of our long experience in business, hy which we are ahlc
te aid them in making the best uscef their money in any department of our business. Wc
manufacture a large part et the goods we sell, and buy only Irem First-Class Houses. Every
article sold accompanied with a bill stating its quality.
tt5,First-Class Watch and General Repairing given special attention.
A FACT WORTH
THE REPUTATION OF THE
A. C. YATES & CO.
Four Years or Success in Producing First-Class
INCREASING SALES AND SPREADING POPULARITY THE RESULT
OP OUR EFFORTS TO PLEASE THE PUBLIC.
AX Ol'EX DOOR TO ALL AT TIIK
LEDGER! "aSSffS&f" (BUILDING,
THE FINEST CLOTHING HOVSE IX AMERICA.
JUST RECEIVED THE LARGEST LOT OP
GENTLEMEN'S AND BOYS' FURNISHING GOODS
Ever brought te this city, e u bracing: all the new, beautiful and most stylish Celers
in Neckties and Scarfs for the Summer Season.
Men's Colored llalbriggan Hese, with Embroidered Silk clocks ; Scarlet and Illue Silk
Hese; Fancy Colored Halt nose; binned Cotten Halt Hese and .Merine Halt Hee. jlen's ami
Heys' Suspenders and Fine Braces, in all styles and Celers. Men's and lteys' White Dress and
Colored Shirts, Superior Cheviot Shirt, and Ulue Flannel Xegiige Shirts. Men's and Beys'
Summer Underwear in Merine and India Gauze. Men's and Beys' Colored Lisle Thread and
Kill Gloves, ler Summer Wear. Men's ami Beys' Vulcanized Rubber Braces, and a large stock
of line Silk, French Linen end Cambric Handkerchiefs. Men's and Beys' Latest Styles Fine
Linen and Paper Cellars and Cuffs.
MYERS & RATHFON,
Se. 12 EAST KING STREET,
GREAT CLOTHING HOUSE
J. K. SMALING.
THE ARTIST TAILOR.
Opening te-day of a large and .select line of
Trepicals, Serges and Rep Worsteds,
BAXXOCKBUBX CELTIC CHEVIOTS.
AXD BATISTE CLOTHS.
SEERSUCKERS. VALEXCIAS, PAROLE
AXD MOHAIR COATIXGS.
Linens in Great Variety. Wilterd' Padded
Ducks in Plain and Fancy Styles. A Large
As-ertinent of Fancy
All the latest linvclilc. of the season, "i'lic
public are cerdi.illy invited e examine o.u e.u o.u
bteok, which we claim ,n he tne handsomest
ami most recherche ever ellcrcd for the net
J. K. SMALING,
121 NORTH QUEEN STREET.
MONDAY, APRIL 5.
Having fut returned from the Xew Yerk
Woolen Marke I am new prepared te exhibit
one of the Best .selected Stocks of
Spin id Sinr Trade,
Ever brought te this city. Xene but the very
in all the Leading Styles. Pric as low as the
lowest, and all goods warranted :is represent
Ne. 51 North Queen Street.
24 CENTRE SQUARE.
We have fei sale for the coming seasons an
Immense Stock of
of our own manufacture, which comprises the
Latest and Most
Come and see our
which is larger and composed of the best styles
te be leund in the city.'
0. B. Hear & Sen,
24 CENTRE SQUARE.
SMyd LANCASTER. PA
lIOLESALi: AND KKTAIL.
Ne. 227 NORTH PRINCE STREET.
FiRE INSURANCE COMPANY
ASSETS : One Millien One Hundred
and Thirty-one Thousand Eight
Hundred and Thirty-eight Dollars.
All invested in the best securities. Lesses
promptly paid. Fer policies call en
RIFE A KAUFMAN,
Ne. 19 E King St,, Lancaster, Pa.
,f ARCCS U. SKHNEK,
Ne. 120 North Prince street.
Prompt and particular attention paid te al
aratlen and repairs. slS-lyd
FBIDAT EVENING, JUNE 11, 1880.
TIIK ISEPLHL1CAN tASD"UATE
VJCK I'KESif DET.
A IJ tef Kerert B'stii y To.-cMe-;- Gene-al
j .bur's Removal ." em die Se Ye. i
Custom Ueugp J ncempefe 't anil
Uidliei'esf -lVn r'.-tinit of Sen Sen
aeor Ceu r;j Takei em
-'ie "Ttp s-ir " of 'ie
e Certeii'ng a Wait of Da Da
eit's S. eeM.
Seme Eiig 'sl Xuies "Wl'e e Orthc . aphy
Cites Ise ln "catien eTThe'r Sound.
Tee Kepjt 'can Cam "da
for Vi-e I esi-
Xew Yerk Sun.
Twe yeais aje Chester A. A. liar was
lemevcd by Hayes aud Sherman from the
ell'ce of co'lccier of the pert e'i New Yerk
oil a dhect charge of inefficiency, with the
implied charge of d'shenesiy :
In his message te the Senate of Jatiua -y
CI, 1S79, Mr. Hayes said:
" With my i i formation eC ibc facts iu
tliec.se. and wi ha deep sense of the re
sponsible obligations imposed upon me by
tiic co.ist'..ulien, te " take caie that the
laws be faithful'y exi-ciiied." I regard it
as my pla'n duty te sitspe'id the effife'd
question, and te make ibe nom'naciens
new belb.e e Scuate, !n e dev ihet this
'mperlant i ilice may be he.ies 'y a-id elH
cJeni ly adminisieied."
In order that the custom laws might be
faHi."u"y executed, Mr. Hayes found him
se'f ceni)el!cd. by a deep sense of di'iy, e
icmove Chester A. A:hu;-.
In Older that the crsteiu house m:glitle
Ci'licienLly ma iagrd, M.. llj.yes reanhd :u
as l'!s plant du-y e remove Chcs er A.
A til it.-.
In eulr r that t' e ellice nrgiit be be.ic.si
ly aduiiuistered, he i'llt e'.il:ged te retne.e
Chcsler A. Aillm--.
In Mr. Hayes's view, the theuco'Vcer
efthepnA of New Yerk was nc'-il er a
faiihful. a eempettv.t nor an lwest efli-..i
of the geveninient.
What was Jehn Sbciina.fs op'iieu of
Cen. Arthur at that tairj ".'
In a lei 'or te Hayes, dated Januuiy i.
J 8 70, Mr. Sherman said :
WtesectiiC il'c ie-v jval efau e-Tce. "t
? iieccssarv teesiabl:sh :he actual coui ceui coui
m'ssien of a cime by proofs demaidetl ;i
aeen, efjuslicc. then it is e'ear t'.it Jic
case agaiisf Mr. Ai I hur ;s net made out.
espteia'iiy i" his answer is he'd te be i.-e"-chts:ve,
without lcfeieucc te the p'oe's
en ihc pttb'ie lecei-iis and tcnddcd -e 'e
ceminiitce and "he Scnaie. 13ut if , s e
be held thai-, te procute tlie remeva1 of
Mr. Artlni'.it'S sulliclcit te reaseia!'v
establish that iii ess abuses of admin'st a - a -
t en have cenriuiH'il and inci cased uiiimj
his incumbency ; that many pci sons have
been regulatly pa'tl en his 1 oils who iOd
dc.cd liitlc or no sciv:cc; that the e.
penses of his office have increased, while
collections have been diminishing; lh;it
b ibes or g;aiuilies in ihe na.me of hi ibes
have been ieccived by his subordinates ' 1
sevei-al branches of ihc custom house ;
that cflbi is te cei-iccfc Ihese abuses have
net met his suppeit. and that he has nei
given te Hie duties of the office the ictnvs
ite diligence and atteutieu. then it is sub
nii.ied that the case is made out. This
form or proof the department is pvepacd
In she.t, Jehn Sheiman c'aimed te have
proof in his possession that Chester A.
Attliur wa either a feel, iucjipab'c . of
watching the thieves whom he cherished hi
his e'lice. or a rased who winked al their
ciiines. Indeed, he p'ainly insinuaiuu that
nothing except the actual legal evidence of
A.tlnti's ciiniiuai'ty was wanting te put
that official inle pi isen instead of into ic
tiicment. What a g-atilicatien It must be te Gen.
Aiihur and te his mauy warm friends te
iind this very same Jehn Sherman and
Rutherford li. Hayes new supposing
him for vice picsidcut of the Unifcd
Little Jess Gels Out or the Way.
I)!l eit i'Os..
One morning about two weeks age. at
the hour of 3 o'clock, as a repei ier was
passing through the West Grand Circus
park, his ai tent ion was attracted towards
a dark mass lying against the lattice-work
of the summer-house in the pak aforesaid.
A few steps brought hi.n near te the ob
ject, when a tiny little giil raised herself
up from the ground and yawned feebly,
suddenly opened a pair of remarkably
bright eyes and fastened them en the
scribe in a dazed sett of way that betoken
ed thac the little waif, whoever she was,
had hardly returned fiem the "Land of
Ned." " Well, little one," queth he of
the pencil, "what-are you doing here this
time of night ?" The child looked in
luiiingly upwards te the questioner and
said ; " Oh, mister, you ain't going for te
take me up, are you ? I aiu't done any
thing. I hadn't any place te go, and eh !
I'm se tired !" And the little head, cov cev
cied with a tangled mass of yellow hair,
nodded once or twice, aud then fell wear
ily ferwaid en the gravel walk. Her age
was about seven years, aud, though the
little face was ceveied with diit, and the
brown hair fell in unkempt profusion
ever the meagre shoulders, yet some
thing about her seemed e say that what
ever she was new, time was when she
had known something of the brighter side
of life. Her clothing was of the common
est description ; one stocking was gene,
and the lit) le feet and ankle were encased
in a cast-off shoe a world tee large. Pass
ing an arm around the child she was lilted
from her recumbent position, and in a mo
ment her head fell ever en the reporter's
shoulder, and she was once mere soundly
in the land of dreams. " I'll
tell you what I'll de," said the officer, " I
knew a kind-hcaitcd old lady, a relative of
mine, ever en street, and will take
the child ever there, aud I guess Mether
II will find a place for her." Se, rais
ing the still sleeping child in his
strong arm, the police efficet, followed by
the reporter, proceeded te the
house designated. The next
morning a call was made at the house vis
ited the night before, but the old lady wel
comed the reporter rather sorrowfully,
saying, " I'm afraid ye'll never find any
thiu' about the child, for she's wild,
ravin', crazyvid faver this mernin'. She's
talkin' about heiself, bat I can't make
head or tail of what she's sayin'." Going
up a pair f rickety stairs, the reporter
was ushered into a -scantily furnished
room, and en a little cot in one corner lay
the little waif, tossing about in delirium.
She had been bathed and her hair combed,
but the large eyes glared wildly and her
fingers picked nervously at the bed
clothes. As she looked at the intruder a
gleam of intelligence flashed across her
pinched countenance, but it was only for a
moment, and she relapsed into a
semi-conscious condition, bieken by
mutinied words. Lean'ug ever the bed
the visitor caught a few weitls : " Won't
you give me a penny, sir? I'm hungry
and eh ! se tlied, aud I a:u't any place te
clnen " Tirn en limit 4fr sliilrl itmltTAi?
en, often cehexently, and then 1 elapsing
mte a contused medley. Enough was
learnetl, heweve, te convince the writer
that she had doubtless been deseited by
her patents and lelt te live or die. as the
case might be, in the city. The assistance
of a physician was p:ecu;cd, but he said
at once that her system and mind wete
cemplctc'v shaltetcd by her exposure and
suffering and she would net iccevei. Fer
two days the waif fought against the en
croachment of disease, but the end came
about -1 o'clock en Fiiday afternoon. Only
the old hu'y, the physician and the repor
ter weie by the bedside. A few moments
before her death she opened her eyes and
reached one hand out tewa.ds the
reporter, whom she lecegnized with
a smile. As he beut ever her
she said : "Yeu weie geed te me, miste-.
Oh, I knew you, I remember you de-vn in
the park ever se long age. and you brought
me up here, dind't you?" Her voice grew
very fa' nt, and tl e geed physician, with
his hand 01 her wrsts, gravely bowed Irs
head. "Yes. you've all been se geed te
me. I knew 1 ain't much geed, for I'm
only 7 years old and I a'n't any home, and
1 guess no one th'tiks e." caies a'lvthing
about me. My name is Jess net Jesie,
only Jess but I'm tiled again and
guess L'll sleep," and it: a moment the
doctor rose, and while the kind old lady
piibhed bae'e the damp masses of ha:- fieui
the ehild's fmehead and closed the eyes
f;eni which the life had "erever gene, the
lepe.-ter dd a mental geed-by te h's little
friend, whose t eublc were ever, and passed
e.it iniotbe street; te ponder en the episode,
one out of many which the outside world
iievr 1 new.
Spelling That hives Xe Jniiiea'.ien e
lletv a Werd Should he re
nounced. A -'cent English book 011 the ".Manners
aiiil Tene of Geed Society" it eats, among
ether things, of fashionable piounnciaiien
ei proper names. Among the names whose
spei1 ng gives no clue ie the prenuncii'
tlen, some aie familiar enough through
their use as hack illust rations. Such ate
"Cho'mendeley," pronounced "Chiimlcv;"
" Mar.'er'banks. " pronounced " M-ush-b.11
ks ;" " Ceckbiim," p. oneu need " Co Ce
burn.'' and ,,Cowjer,"pienounced "Coop
er." Again. "Slaiuwaring" is " Mauuor Mauuer
ii','," "MoLeed" is "Mclleud." Iu ' E -gin"
and "Gille.l," the "g " is haul ; i
"Gilli.id" and " Nige! " it is soft ; in
"Johnstone" ihe "t" should net be
sounded. In " Melyucux " the "x" is
soueded. uiid tlie name is proueunccu
" Molyueox '" wiih a very slight accent ou
ihc hist svlable. In " Vaux" (he "x"' is
a'.se sounded, but it
Vaux " aed like in
"Iver," "IierLeley" ;
"e" lias the sound of
is mute '11 "
md " De.by,"
"it " in '-far.'
" Wnliiegiave." the second .sylab'e, 'de,"
should be d-epped. and se should the
Til. HI "Willi. W1IIWV1I is i e-
Hil'iiu," and "Lvveden"
"Livdeii." In Cenynghaai,'" " Mot. Met.
son." "Monk.'eii" ;"id "''iMisenby." the
"e" tal.x'.s !he sound of "u;'" and
"JJIeuni," slieu'd be pioneuuicd as
"Dliiiu. " t'ie "e" being nunc.
" IJiic'ciiii." ami "Ueauclcrk" or " lic.ui
e'etc" is ' JJoe'aie,'" the accent be
ing en rhc iiisr syllable. " Wemyss "
should bepioiieuiiccd " Weens," aud " D"
Eresby" " D'Eisby." Fu "Monrgoin "Menrgoin "Monrgein
eiic'" the "t" Is elided and the two " e"s
have the sound of "u," the accent being
en the second syllable. Tn "He-lferd''
the "t" iselidcdnnd the "e" has the
sound of -a" in far. "Strachan" should
be pronounced " Strawn;" "Colqueboun"
is "Koelioon," the accent being 011 Mie
last, sy'l.tblc ; " Bcauc'ianip " is
"Beacham," and "Coutts" is "Roots."
Anether formidable name te the uninitiated
is " Duclicsne," which should be pro pre pro
neuncrd "Dukarn." "Ieihttne" should
be " Uecten," and in "Abcigavcuny ' the
"av" is net sounded. "Mensies"' is
pronounced " Mvngcs ;"' "Ivneilys" as
"Knev.is;" "Sandvs" as "Sands;"
" Gewcr " as " Geir " and " Milncs " as
"Mills." Finally, "Dalzicl" should be
pronounced "Dee-al," with the accent 011
the ii.st syllable ; " Chart res " is " Char
ters ;" "Glam:s " is " Glarms ;" " Gcog Gceg
hegan " should be pronounced " G.Tyan,"
and "lint liven " is "Riven." AVe may
ad that the accent is frequently misplaced
in pronouncing British piepcr names, and
a few of the words liable te mistake may
be here noted. Iu " Tadcma " aud "Mil
lais " the accent is en the first syllable ;
it "Clanricarde " and "Eninc-i " " Bur
dett," "Rinuaiid," "Parnell" and "Tic
mayne," the list syllable is accented.
A Picture of Conkling.
I'lKiteft'-apli at Chicago,
" lsy tiie .il a 11 011 tlie lop
The following sketch is from the Chicago
Tribune : Te a man en the " top scat"
Senater Conkling does net appear te be
the Adenis he has been painted by these
en the hoi tern scats. The majestic dig
nity with wh'ch he proceeds up the ais'c
alter having timed his entrance se as te
catch the gal'cry, leeks at the distr.jce of
the " top scat" like a necessity iiipesed
by ihe assaults of time upon his legs. He
poses for a grand effect. Hisenu-.nicecar-r'es
him a considerable distance beyond
his seat, as this gives him an oppeitunity
te return, se that the audience may have a
front and rear view of him. He stands in
the aisle te read his mails, and when h;s
henchmen hand him letters Lhcy are expect
ed te remove the envelopes. He applauds
high, se that his faction may catch the r
cue. lie waves everything aside that gets
in his way, fiem a messenger boy te a po
liceman, and from the delegate from l)a l)a
ketah te the speaker 011 the stage. Frem
the top seat one cannot categorically
atlirni which is the convention, Senater
Conkling or the hundicdsef delegates
around him. When he laughs all the
Conkling men laugh. When he nods his
head, all the Conkling men nod their
heads. Other leaders and delegates desir
ing te sec people go and hunt them up.
Senater Conkling holds receptions in
the aisles. If he were an uglier
man he would be a geed proxy for
Mephistephcles, for he is the em
bxliment of a" sneer set en gaiish
courtesy. When matters arc distasteful
te him or he is close pressed, he waves it
all aside and devotes himself te the gal
lery, where he knows he has a constitu
ency of heio-wershipers and lien-hunte.-F.
When crowded into a coiner, as he -was
with reference te his motion te forfeit the
rights in the convention of the three West
"Virginia delegates, he withdraws, net
with an appeal ance of defeat, but as if he
were cenfeiring a favor upon the conven
tion. yiiat influence propinquity te the
New Yerk senator might have en the man
en the top seat it is difficdlt te say ; but
regarding him from an altitude, distance
does net lend enchantment te the view.
We de net want you te get the impression that great reduc
tions are being made in the prices of goods elsewhere and net here.
We are, as usual, below the market, and intend te stay there.
The following list embraces enough of our stock te give some
clue te the rest of them. We quote articles new in great favor as
low-priced goods ; but in general they are net reduced. We have
been there all the time.
Stripes, modest, medium ami belil $0 4."
Juspc checks anil stripes ."ill
Checks 011 seliil gretiml ."
Ctiene stripe:?, sluuleil iV
'Mille Kaye." extra quality 7."
Ileal imported, '20 inches, great variety I UO
(ii-es-gruiu perMin iimi taffetas $11 7."
Fine or heavy eenl gie-.-grain ami pei-an. !!!
Six makes, foreign and Aii'eriean, jet or
raven black, heary anu liijlit 1 00
Caelieuiiie tinijdi. 'Jl intlu--", IScHen. A!ex-
andiea.iii Ameiican 1 ii
Ci'Cheuiiic 1I11KI1, -super" quality, .'!
inches, foreign 1 .VI
Kid tin'nli, high li!.-,ue,caeheniiie,il inches 1 7.1
l!eniiet,'Jl inches i 00
Geed n.iality, all colors
Lyens. elra lu-tie. heavy cord. Bl
llest, lir walking suIN, 22 inches...
Kich and elegant tliii-.li. 22 inclies..
llrillilii) and lich
lilack, polka dots, eie
Ce e.i'd. rew de.-igns
nelus. 1 111
CAU'AK AXI) UUKXADIXK STUH'KS.
A huge uirintity just bought te clear an iin iin
peitei's sieck, recent ly .-old by us at fJQ, we
are newsellmgat HI (l
SI.KSare in net outer e:icle east liein tlie
Chestnut sti cut entrance.
Metiean.silk and wool 30, in, 73,83
Silk aud wool striped 73,$!, $1 25. $1 30, $1 75
Lyens ilamasses IJ5. 75. S3, $1 oil
l'aiis. silk and wool fl. tl i'. $1 30
Lven-, all silk il-iiinis-cs fl :;73-'C.fl 30, $1 75,
.. n te, ?.:.
Amci iean, ',. fll 20, .25 ..II ..-!7.
American. 1.-1, $0 30, ."-" .75.
French, '-1 inches, $0 ."1 ,:)7.
French, inches, f0 44 ..VI .r.2JiC .75.
Fieneh, -!'i inches, 0 S3, $1, $1 10.
'e have nearlyevcrything te lie found in'hc
markets et the wet Id.
i! inches, e ?r,y, .30 .m.
If inches. $1, fi 25.
Lupin's I'aris. original color, and we believe
aliue-,1 ihe last 111 l'hiladciphin:
21 inches 0 55
V, inches 1 10
XUX'S VKILI.S'G (for dresses).
Ill inches 75, fl 00
n-l fl 50, $1 75
ISLACK GOODS nrc in the next outer circle
west irem the Chestnut street entrance.
But one thing -we ought te remind you ef: We may appear te be at
a disadvantage -when -we are net, because of certain tactics sometimes
employed, which -we de net care te use, viz., the pretending te make re
ductions when none are made. We use reductions te clear stocks. That
is perfectly honorable, and it is necessary in a large business. The losses
thereby incurred, though sometimes considerable, are trifling in compari
son with the benent te remaining stocks.
New then, anyone who will take measures te find out where the
lowest prices are, compare sample with sample, price with price, will find
we are net a whit behind ANYBODY, net even in a single item, se far as
we knew ; and that we are below EVERYBODY en almost everything.
Samples sent when written for.
Chestnut, Thirteenth, Market and Juniper,
REGMNI OF ALL EDS
My airrngeinents are new completed te de
Uegililing in liist-class manner and at reason
able pi ices.
THE NEW PICTURE FRAME STORE,
luEast King Street.
WALTER A. HEINITSH.
VlllXA. AXJt ulasswahj-:.
Decorated Dinner Sets,
Decorated Tea Sets,
Decorated Chamber Set.s,
Decorated Toilet Sets,
Decorated Berry Sets,
Decorated Oat Meal Sets,
HIGH & MARTIN,
Ne. 15 EAST KING STKEKT.
WM. P. PRATLEY'S
MONUMENTAL MARBLE WORKS
758 Nerm yaeen Street, Lancaster, Pa.
MONUMENTS. HEAD AND FOOT STONE9,
CEMETERY LOTS ENCLOSED, Ac.
All work guaranteed and satisfaction gi en
11 every particular.
N. B. Remember, works at the extreme end
f North Queen street. m30
Seersuckers, blue, brown and gray
stripes, best patterns JO 12)
Seersuckers, fancy eolered stripes 15
Seersuckers. Yerk, tun assortment et
striprsuuil colors is
Zephyr Ginghams, e'reice. net te be
I011111I iiNewhereat any price. 12J
Zephyr Ginghams, plaid ami stripes 20
Zephyr Ginghams, bandana 18
lliess Ginghams n
Handkerchief Ginghams and plain col
ors te match 2',
IMcss Cheviots tC
Tnmisi; cloth, ecru, cashmere border..... 12J
Chintz, polka dot, indigo, ler suits 10
Cocheco Cambrics, choice 10
l'aeitic Cretonnes, great variety... $0 JO, 12J, 15
.lacene. I.awns, Fre'e Keehliu 20
Pueilic Lawns, great vuriety ,.$ 10, 12f. 15
Cambric st riM!d lawns OK
lacenetlauns. last colors 03
Lace lawns, white, tinted and solid col
ored grounds 12K
Memic cloths, printed 12
COTTON' ASH WOOL.
Lace Huntings, all colors and black $U 25
Mehairs, JKngllsh, clouded
Cashmeres, ceaehiiien's colors...
Suitings, Kuglish, taucy
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j.iii; iiiii lilies, Liiiuis nun UIUUIV...I4;;., .nr,
l'luin huntings of a new style, distinct
57J., 30, CO
Irem tlie old ami decidedly better than
any ether, all colors.
2 1 inches 25
:;i inches, double told 40,30,00.
Debe'ges, French, casliinere-twilleil, 22
Debeiges, French, taffeta:
:;i inches, double ("Id
... 1 00
42 inches, double fold
Cashmeres. French :
Sheda cloth, French, 4i inches..
Me'iiie cloth. French
Ciape cloth, French
MX Sl'ECIMKN I'ltlCES.
These are fair samples of the bargains wc
have been giving for weeks in Linens:
1 1 lick Tewel, large and heavv $0 25
1 1 nek Tewel. German, knotted fringe... 25
Glass Toweling, perynnl 'l
German bleached Table Linen 75
German Napkins, -y per dozen 2 25
Star Linen, 20 inches, per yard 12
WALL 1'Al'JiJtS, e.
PHARES W. FRY,
Ne. 57 NORTH QUEEN ST.
Of the latest styles. Large stock te select from.
A let of OdiN and Knds will be sold very low
in order te close out.
for windows and doers made te order in best
manner, in l'luin and Landscape. Sold by the
feet in any quantity.
decidedly tiic cheapest, best and most con
venient ever made, as it can be easily adjusted
te anv window up 10 live feet in width. Made
in Walnut in eight different styles.
PIER ANV MANTEL MIBRORS.
FOUNDERS AXI) MACHINISTS.
SHOP ON PLUM STREET,
Opposite ihk Locomotive Wekks.
The subscriber continue te manufacture
BOILERS AND eTEAM ENGINES,
Fer Tanning and ether purposes ;
Sheet-Iren Werk, and
f Jobbing promptly-attended te.
auglMyd JOHN BEST.
j T?IFTKKN DOLLAJUjpUYS A
With Enameled wafPPHHt. at
SIIKRTZER, HUJIPHKEVILLE A
Ne. 4 East Kin Street, Lancaster, Pa.