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Volume XVI-Ne. 277.
LANCASTER, PA., FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1880.
Prke Twt Ceate.
"W''Ww'WaffiKTTpiJaMBajajES" "-"" 9r
24 CENTRE SQUARE.
Wc have f ei sale for the coming seasons an
Immense Stock of
it our own manufacture, which comprises the
..:itt and Most
Conic anil see our
which ii larger and composed of the best styles
lie found in the city.
0. B. Hostetter& Sen,
24 CENTRE SQUARE.
MONDAY, APRIL 5.
Having u.t returned from the New Yerk
A'oel.-n Market, I urn new prepared te exhibit
ilii-eflhc Best Selected Stock of
SBiii .id Slier He,
cr brought te this city. Nene but the very
all tin- Lending Styles. Prices as low as the
ew .t, and all geed- warranted as reprcscnt
!,at H. GEBHAHT'S,
Ne. 51 North Queen Street.
THE ARTIST TAILOR.
Cle-lng nut our stock of Light Weights at
cost te make room ler
Fall and Winter Stock.
A Large Line of
SERGES AND REPS,
I'.ANNOCKBURNS AND CELTICS,
AND ItATISTE SUITINGS.
SEERSUCKERS, VALENCIA8, PAROLE
AND MOHAIR COATINGS.
A Splendid Assortment or Wlirerd'a Padded
Ducks in Plainaml Fancy Styles. A Full Line
Marseilles aid Ltt Teste
All the latest novelties. An examination of
our stock is respectfully solicited.
1. K. SMALING,
121 NOETH QUEEN STREET.
The Old Bitner Line, Established 1846.
J. R. BITNER'S
FAST FREIGHT LINE
Lancaster and PIiiladBlpliia,
VIA PEN1TA B. R.
All Freight sent te Frent and Prime streets,
Philadelphia, up te 6 o'clock and te Ne. 5 Deck
street, te 5 o'clock p. m., willarrivesamenight
at Depot, In Lancaster.
The Drayage te these Central Denote Is lower
than te any ether. Ne Drayage charged for
Delivery lu Lancaster.
All Freight leaded In Lancaster, up te 6
o'clock p. in., will reach Frent and Prime
streets, Philadelphia, early next morning.
1'RY LOCKER'S KBhunNED COUGH
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 and bold $0 43
Jiusp! checks and stripes 50
Checks en solid ground .15
Chene stripes, shaded 63
"Mille Kaye,w extra quality 75
Best imported, 30 inches, great variety.... 1 00
Gres-grain persan and taffetas $0 75
Fine or heavy cord gres-grain and persan. 90
Six makes, 1 ereign and American, Jet or
raven black, heavy and light 1 00
Caciieiiiirc finish. 21 incite, Helten, Alex
andre and American 1 25
Cachciiilrc finish, 'super" quality, 24
inches, foreign 1 50
Kid finish, 1iighlustre,cachcniire,24 inches 1 75
Bennet, 24 inches 2 00
Geed quality, all colors $0 75
I.yeii.s, extra lustre, heavy cord. 20 inches. 1 no
llest, ter walking suits, 22 inches 1 29
Rich ami elegant fliiKh, 22 inches 1 50
Showy JO 50
llrilliantand rich 75
lilack, polka dots, etc $0 90
Colored 1 00
Colored, new designs 1 25
Novelties 1 50
GAUZE AND GRENADINE STRIPES.
A large quantity just bought te clear an im
porter's stock, recently soul by us at $2.50, we
are newsellmgat $1 00
SILKS are in next outer circle east from the
Chestnut street entrance.
Mexican, silk ami wool ;...J0, C5 75,85
Silk and wool strTped..75, $1, $1 25, $1 50, $1 75
Lyens itaiiuisses G5. 75, 85, $1 00
I':ui, silk and wool 1,$1 25, $1 50
Lvens, all silk damasses $1 37J,$1 50, $1 75,
$2, $2 40. $3.
American, , $0 20, .23 .31 .37.
American, i!-4, $0 50. .05 .75.
French, 23 inches, $0 31 .37.
French, 36 inches, $0 44 .50 .f2 .73.
French, 4C inches, $0 85, $1, $1 10.
We have nearly everything te be found in the
markets et the world.
23 inches, $0 37 - -CO-41
Inches, 1,$1 25.
Lupin's Paris, original color, and we believe
almost the last in Philadelphia:
40 inches 1 10
NUN'S VEILING (for dresses).
13 inches 75, $1 00
BLACK GOODS arc in the next outer circle
west from 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 benefit 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 anil Juniper,
Watt, Shand & Cenipaiiy
HAVE OPENED A CHOICE LINE OF
limi Efts it Megs at Terr Lew Prices.
Just Opened another Invoice or VICTORIA LAWNS, INDIA LINENS, WHITE PIQUES,
&c, at Bettem Prices.
NEW YORK STORE,
S AND 1 0 EAST KING STREET.
N. B. During July and August will close at 7:30 p. m., Saturdays excepted.
II AGEIt & HIIOTHER wHl continue the sale of Goods damaged only by water dining
the recent fire en their premises.
WALL PAPER CARPETS,
Mattings and Oil Cleths, Muslins and Sheetings,
Linens and Quilts, "Woeiensfor Men's Wear,
and Beady-Made Clothing, &c.,
All of the above have been marked at a very low price, as we arc determined te close
out the entire let.
The sale Is going en daily from 6 a. m. until 7 p.m. Saturday evenings until 9 o'clock in
store rooms In rear or main store.
As there was no damage te stock in main store room business there gees en as usual.
H AGER & BROTHER,
NO. 25 WEST KING STREET.
Seersuckers, blue, brown and gray
stripes, best patterns $0 12
Seersuckers, fancy colored stripes 15
Seersuckers, Yerk, lull assertniunt et
stripes anl colors 18
Zephyr Ginghams, choice, net te be
found elsewhere at any price 12
Zephyr Ginghams, plaid and stripes 20
Zephyr Ginghams, bandana. 18
Dress Ginghams 11
Handkerchief Gingliams and plain oel-
orste match 25
Dress Cheviots 12
Tami.se cloth, ecru, cashmere border.. . . . 12
Chintz, polka dot, indigo, for suits 10
Cochcce Cambrics, choice 10
Pacific Cretonnes, great variety... $0 J, 12. 15
Jacenet Lawns, Frere Kerchlin 20
Pacific Lawns, great variety $0 10, 12. 15
Cambric striped lawns H
Jacenet lawns, last colors 05
Lace lawns, white, tinted and solid col
ored grounds 12
Memie cloths, printed 12
COTTON AND WOOL.
Lace Buntings, all colors and black $0 25
Debeiges, twilled 10
Mehairs, plain '25
Mehairs, twilled 12
Mehairs, silk-checked 25
Mehairs, silk-striped 25
Mehairs, plaid 25
Mehairs, English 12
Mehairs, ;Euglish, clouded 18
Mohair lustres .- 12
Cashmeres, coachmen's colors 15
Suitings, English, fancy 20
Lace Buntings, colors and black. .37, 50, 60
Plain buntings of a new style, distinct
from the old and decidedly better than
any ether, all colors.
s men I-S .. .. ... ) v
34 inches, double told. 40, 50, 00. 75
Debeigcs, French, cashmere-twilled, 22
Debeiges, French, taffeta :
Em 11 1C 111.9
32 inches, double fold 35
42 inches, double fold 45,00
Cashmeres, French :
Sheda cloth, French, 46 inches 75
Memie cloth, French $1 00
Crape cloth, French 1 00
SIX SPECIMEN PRICES.
These are fair samples of the bargains e
have been giving for weeks in Linens :
Huck Tewel, large and heavy $0 25
I luck Tewel, German, knotted fringe. . . 25
Glass Toweling, per yard 12
German bleached Table Linen 75
German Napkins, per dozen 2 25
Star Linen, 20 inches, per yard 12
FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 23, 1880.
Duelling at Heidelberg.
A Graphic Description of Sword Combats
Between tbe German Cerps.
Springfield Republican's Heidelberg Letter.
Passing ever the historical old bridge
that spans the Neckar, we took a read by
the river's bank in a northerly direction for
about a quarter of a mile, when we turned
up into a deep gorge between two high
overhanging hills. We seen came te a
large old-style building, two stories high,
the' upper one formed by a huge gable reef,
reminding one of the old Dutch taverns te
be seen throughout Helland, and built 150
te 200 years age. The yard in front was
used for a beer garden, and the rough
tables and benches under the shady trees
and trellises were covered with empty aud
half empty beer-mugs, as if sem party of
revellers had taken a sudden Uight. Ne
person was te be seen stiririug,and an omi
nous silence seemed te breed ever the
building and its surroundings. The place
appeared deserted but for the paesence of
a dozen or mere huge and fierce-looking
bulldogs, mastiffs and deerhounds of rait;
breeds which were chained about in
the garden, and which the students
carefully lead through the streets in Hei
delberg The driver dismounted from his seat and
gave several heavy raps with his whip han
dle en the old-fashioned deer. In a few
minutes it was cautiously opened, and a
man's head, evidently a domestic, appear
ed. He was handed our cards aud told te
take them te the president of the yellow
cap corps. Soen a yellow-cap student came
out, and after giving us a very ceremoni
ous salute requested us te fellow him.
After passing through a long hall wc
mounted two flights of stairs, made a turn,
passed through a dimly lighted corridor
and entered a large ante-room which some
of the students called the " repair shop."
The room was like a field hospital during
"a. bloody battle. Sponges, towels, strips
of cotton cloth and rags saturated with
bleed were lying about en the benches and
tables, while wash bowls, pails and foot feot foet
baths partly filled with bloody water were
stationed around the room either en the
fleer or benches. Bleed was te be seen
everywhere. A case of surgical instru
ments was en a table, near which were
piles of lint, rolls of bandages, sheets of
sticking plaster, two or three flasks of
brandy and various remedies and medi
cines used as restoratives when people
have fainted from less of bleed or ether
causes. The fleer was sprinkled with
bleed that had escaped the wounds caused
by sword thrusts, net only this day but en
It seems one duel had taken place before
our arrival. It did net matter the results
were before us. Passing the hospital
room, in which we did net tarry long te
scrutinize, we entered the duelling hall, a
large, high room, about fifty feet leug,
thirty wide. The second duel was in pro
gress, of which we had been forewarned
by hearing the clash of swords in the outer
room. At one end of the hall and facing
each ether were the two duellists engaged
in what appeared te be a deadly combat.
The face of one was se covered with bleed
that I could net recognize his features.
The ether duellist, although his face was
bloody, had evidently net been se badly
punished as his adversary. He had only
received se far two or three slight cuts en
his face, from which- bleed was flowing
down his besom. Each were aprons orig
inally made from seme white material
that looked as if they had seen long ser
vice in a slaughter house and se they had
for they were almost black with the hu
man gore that had accumulated from
many a previous duel. Their heads were
bare and their faces unprotected, save by
black steel goggles without glasses, which
covered their eyes. Heavy wrappings of
silk layer upon layer were wound
around their necks and their sword-arms
were incased in thick shields or sleeves,
wadded or padded with cotton,
se that the sharpest blade could net
penetrate them. Aside from these pre
cautions they were at the mercy of each
ether's swords. Beth combatants were
about thirty years of age, athletes in size
and strength, and had been practising
for years under skilled professors for such
an occasion as this. They were in terri
ble earnest, and their long sharp swords
played ever each ether's heads with lightning-like
rapidity, but se skillfully were
the blows parried that most of the wounds
were only caused by the bending or the
breaking of the bades. The moment a
sword became disabled, which was con
stantly occurring, the seconds interfered
and cried " Halt !" and the uplifted arms
came te a rest. Soen as fresh swords,
which had been sharpened like razors,
were brought and placed in their hands,
there was no ceremony or waiting. The
seconds gave the signal and the two men
sprang forward at each ether like blood
hounds. Steel clashed against steel again,
sparks flew as if from a blacksmith's
forge, and tufts of hair, cut as if from
invisible hands, were wafted long distances
from each ether's heads. Occasionally a
spurt of bleed would tell that a bad
wound had been given, and the seconds
would interfere while the surgeons would
examine and hastily quench the flowing
current. The duellist who first attracted
my attention by his gory face was evident
ly getting the worst of the battle. Bleed
was flowing down his face and body like
rain and forming little peels in the saw
dust that was scattered around his feet.
The scene reminded me of the bull
lights witnessed in Spain, only
this was the mere brutal and in
human of the two. It seemed every mo
ment as if the man would from the less
of bleed fall back dead in the arms of his
comrades, who were watching the conflict
with terrible eagerness and suspense. But
net for a moment did he show signs of
weakness or a disposition te give up the
combat. Twe or three times he signalled
for a rest that his friends might wipe the
bleed that had gathered in his eyes aud
blinded his sight. A glass of water that
was held te his lips became as red as pert
wine from the bleed that flowed into it
from his face, but he draukit all the same.
His adversary, it was evident, was at the
end te be the champion, although he had
received some bad cuts, one of which came
near severing his nose. He was the super
ier swordsman and had given five wounds
where he had received one. The man op
posite him, the bloody man, was te be the
"under deg in the fight." The contest
lasted thirty minutes, and would have
continued until one had been killed had
net the two surgeons interfered and ended
the fight. The two gladiators, leaning
and partly supported en the arms of their
brother students, were led out into the
hospital te have their wounds dressed.
Thus ended the second duel, which was
fought by a member of the white cap and
one of the green cap corps. The thud
duel, which was next te take place, was te
be between a red cap and a green cap.
There are five separate corps in the univer
sity, which is designated in the streets by the
color of their caps the whites, reds, blues,
greens and yellows. Among the 800 or 900
students in Heidelburg only about sixty
belong te them. The white caps are the
most numerous, and they number about
sixteen. The corps are very aristocratic
and very select. The members are sup
posed te belong te the nebiliry and te the
best German families, with only the best
blue bleed flewimr through their veins. Te
become a member it requires as much in
fluence, diplomacy and red tape as te be
long te the most select of the Londen
clubs. Whoever is admitted is under the
necessity of fighting duels that is, they
arc net under the necessity, but, if they
don't tight, they are tabooed as cowards,
and Heidelberg would become an uncom
fortable place of residence. If they don't
volunteer, the president of a corps volun
teers them, or rather appoints them te
meet adversaries, and then there is no
showing the white feather; they must
fight, and they de. In the duelling hall all
the members of the different corps, with
one or two exceptions, were present. They
all appeared te be ever twenty-five years
of age and physically were splendid-looking
fellows. Their cheeks and foreheads
were scarred aud furrowed by deep welts
criss-cressing each ether, and occasionally
furrowing down through the mouth and
chin. The noses of two or three had been
grafted off and had badly healed. They
were all seated around the hall ; these who
were net administering te the wounded in
the outer room were seated at their respec
tive tables, each corps by itself, drinking
wine and Seating their lunches. Twe or
three German girls were tending a refresh
ment table at the end of the hall, and ap
peared te take no mere interest in the
duels than they would in chicken fights.
The waiting for the third duel was long
and tedious. The sword-sharpener, an old
gray-headed man, came into the hall two
or three times bearing freshly ground
weapons which he placed in convenient po
sitions. Anether man came and scattered
fresh sawdust te cover the bleed where
the last duellists had steed, that these who
were te fellow might net stand en slippery
places. It was like the little episode in
the Spanish bull-fights when the arena has
been cleared of the dead bull and horses
and occasionally the dead bull-fighter,
and the attendants come in with rakes
and sawdust te obliterate the traces of the
bloody conflict. Ere long we hear the
noise of hurried footsteps, and the two
men came striding into the hall, each sur
rounded by several friends and a surgeon
supporting their sword arms. There was
no waiting or hesitating ; in a moment the
men were placed in position, swords
placed in their hands the signal
given and the bloody work be
gan in earnest. We were told this
was an " affair of honor, " and that some
affent or imagined insult was te be can
celled or wiped out with bleed.
It seemed an uneven match. One
was a tall, powerful athlete, while his ad
versary was small and below the ordinary
stature. But in sword duels the victory
is mere apt te go with the smaller and
mere agile of the two. There were several
short aud sharp encounters, in which the
contest was about evenly balanced. Beth
were splendid swordsmen, and their skill
ful strokes and thrusts were watched by
their friends with intense interest. Each
received three or four slight cuts, but it
was difficult te determine which drew the
first bleed. Several times their swords
were disabled and fresh ones called for.
Ouce the sword of the large man broke in
the centre, and the Hying end came whiz
zing past me and struck a student in the
chest who was standing by my side. lie
jumped as if shot, but fortunately was net
injured, f many the small man received
a blew en the head, which was te end the
day's " sport." Although twenty feet
distant, we heard the sword strike
the skull with a peculiar thud which
had a terrible meaning. A large lock of
hair fell te the fleer from his head, and we
could see by the twitching of his body and
the partial closing of his eyes through the
steel goggles that the blew had nearly
stunned him. In a moment his face
was covered with bleed which flowed freely
down his body and formed a peel in the
sawdust at his feet. The seconds instantly
cried "halt" and the surgeons and the
friends of the wounded man rushed for
ward and caught him in their arms. His
wound after a hasty examination was pro
nounced serious and he was led away
weak and tottering te the hospital. The
duel, which was new at an end, had lasted
less than ten minutes. These who did
net belong te the corps of the wounded
student seen left the building and hurried
away te Heidelberg for their dinners.
It was after 1 o'clock and we were also
anxious te get back te our hotels. Pass
ing through the hospital we saw the young
man stretched out en a reclining chair, the
the two surgeons and several students
busy at work ever him. The surgeons had
partly shaved the head and were sewing
up a ghastly scalp wound that extended
several inches across the skull. We hast
ened down stairs, jumped into our waiting
carriage and drove away.
Among the sixty or seventy English
and American students at Heidelberg none
of them belong te the fighting corps.
They are net cowards either. It is known
that if occasion requires they can fight
their own way, but they have no desire
that their geed-looking faces shall be
hacked and chopped up like deg's meat
and be disfigured ever after. Net long
age an American student had a slight
quarrel with one of the fighting corps stu
dents aud received from him a challenge.
Being the challenged party the American
had the choice of weapons.' He sent word
te the German by a friend that he would
meet him the next morning at 6 o'clock at
a place outside of the city, and the weapons
should be navy revolvers (he had a geed
pair) at ten paces. The German and his
friends concluded it would net be a geed
day f jr duels and the matter was dropped.
31. A. St. Mars. St. Boniface, Manitoba,
writes: " Dr. Themas' Electric Oil Is a public
benefit. It has done wonders here, and has
cured me et a bad cold in one day." Fer sale
II. It. Cochran, druggist, 137 and 139 North
Queen street, Lancaster, Pa. 27
statistics prove that twenty-nve percent,
of the deaths in enr.larger cities are caused by
consumption, and when we reflect that this
terrible disease in its worst stage will yield te
a bottle of Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup,
shall we condemn tbe suferers ter their negli
gence, or pity them for their ignorance T Ne
9 East King street.
A fashionable lady and her company were
greatly rejoiced the ether day by a Biddy's
mistake, who, en being told te get some oil ter
the caster, served them all with a dose of Dr.
Themas' Electric Oil. Biddy's mistake was tbe
means of curing a number of bad cases et
coughs and colds. Result : They all keep it in
the house as a speedy remedy for coughs,
colds, Ac. Fer sale by II. B. Cochran, drug
gist, 137 and 130 North Queen street, Lancas
ter. Pa. 28
JAMKS ItKOWN, HEALER IN STOCKS
and Bends, 64 and 6G Bread way. New Yerk.
Operations en margin and by means of privi
leges. Information furnished en all matters
connected with stock speculation and Invest
DK. 8. II. FOUEMAJH,
(PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON),
Removed rrem Ne. 18 Seuth Prince street te
Ne. 211 West Kinx street, Lancaster, Pa.
KIDNEY WORT FOR SALE AT LOCH.
. era' Drug store, 9 East King street.
Fer Trimming and Dress, 60 cents and up, at
Next Doer te the Court Heuse.
60 Cents, at
SUMMER DRESS GOODS
Of every description, at
Quantities et LADIES' SKIRTS, White and
Colored, 50 cents and up, at
Next Doer te tk Court H
We have tills day reduced our entire
NOT DAMAGED !
in any way.
White Blanks from 5c. te 8e.
Flub from 8c. te 16c.
Satins rrem He. te lfic.
Bronzes from lFc. te SOc.
49-Paper hung at short notice by competent
J. B. Martin & Ce.
HOOKS AMI STATIONERY.
MEW STATIONERY i
New, Plain and Fancy
Alse, Velvet and Eastlake
PICTURE FRAMES AND EASELS.
I M. FLYNN'S
BOOK AXD STATIONERY STORE,
Ne. 42 WKST KING STREET.
JOM SAER'S SONS,
15 and 17 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
have in stock a large assortment of
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
Attention ts invited te their
FAMILY AND PULPIT BIBLES
Teachers' Bibles, Sunday Scheel Libraries,
Hymnals, Prayer Beeks,,
HYMN BOOKS AND MUSIC UOOKS
Fer Sunday Schools.
FINE BEWAItD CA11DS.
SUNDAY SCHOOL REQUISITES of all kinds
IOR LINEN COLLARS
HUB VAUC.Y STOCKINGS
JOR NEW STYLE
LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, GO TO
E. J. ERISMAN'S,
06 NORTH yUEKN STREET.
HORKS, HIjAMKJSTS, Jit.
IGN Or TIIE BUFFALO HEAD.
BLANKETS! BLA.NKETS ! !
I have new en hand the Labexst, Best ahd
Chkatht AsBOirrrarr of Lined and Unllned
BUFFALO ROBES In the city. Alse LAP
AND HORSE BLANKETS of every descrip
Trunks and Satchels,
Harness, Whips, Cellars,
wKepalrlng neatly aad promptly deners
109 JTarfa Qmm Ok,
TRY LOCHER'S RENOWN KDj COUGH
Ne. 159J NORTH QUEEN STREET, near P. R.
R. Depot, Lancaster, Fa. Geld, silver and
Nickel-cased Watches, Cbaima, Clocks, Ac
Agent for the celebrated Pantascepic Specta
cles and Eye-Gtaases. Repairing a specialty,
AMERICAN CLOCKS, THER
106 EAST KING STREET,
Ne. 20 NO USE TRYING Ne. 20
Te g9t a better WATCH for tbe
money than tbe
Manufactured by the
Lancaster Watch Cipaiy.
FOR BAM AT
Ne. SO East KlHff St, Laacaster, Pa.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in all klmla of
LUMBER AND COAL.
49-Yard: Ne. 430 North Water and Prince
streets, above Lemen. Lancaster. nHyil
COAL! COAL! COAL! COAL
Ceal of the Best Quality put up expressly
for family use, and at the low
est market prices.
TRY A SAMPLE TON.
$a YARD ISO SOUTH WATER ST.
nc-lyd PHILIP SCHUM.SON A CO.
10AL! COAL! COALttt
We have constantly en band all tha beat
grades of COAL that are in market, which w
are selling as low aa any yard la tha city.
Call and get our prices before baying elan
where. M. F. STEIGERWALT & SON,
s27-lyd 2S4 NORTH WATER STRKBT.
COAL! - - - COAL!!
GORRECHT & GO.,
Fer Geed and Cheap Ceal. Yi..- Harrlaburg
Pike. Oftlca 9D& East Chestnut Street.
P. W. GORRECHT,, AgC
J. B. RILEY.
! W. A. KELLER.
C0H0 & WILEY,
350 XOKT1I WATER ST., Jjaneaater, Jv.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
LUMBER AND GOAL.
Connection With the Telephonic Exchange.
Branch Office : Ne. 3 NORTH DUKE ST.
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES,
Croquet, Base Balls and Bats, Chinese Tey
Bemb Shells, Paper Cap Pistols, and ether
Seaseaabla Geed ut
Fli! i Breneman's
All in want of Fine or Fancy Cabinet Werk
would de weU te call and examine specimen
el our work.
OFFICE FURNITURE A SPECIALTY.
1SX East Blag Street.
CHINA AND OJJkBSWARK.
Fruit Jars. Fruit Jars.
Fruit Jars. Fruit Jars.
Jelly Tumblers. Jelly Tumblers.
Jelly Tumblers. Jelly Tumblers
Jelly Cups. Jelly Cups.
Jelly Cups. Jelly Gups.
AT TnE LOWEST PRICKS, AT
HIGH & MARTIN,
Ne. 15 EAST KING STREKT.
TirTEXN DOLLARS TOYS A
With Enameled Water Task, at
Ne. at SaatKlag Street, Laaeartar, Pa.