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24 CENTRE SQUARE.
We have lei sale for the coming seasons an
Immense Stock or
it our own manuiacturc, which comprises the
latest ami Most
Come ami see our
jvlilch ij larger ami composed of the Iieat styles
je be leumi in the city.-
D. B. Hostetter & Sen,
24 CENTRE SQUARE.
MONDAY, APRIL 5.
Having ml returned Hern tlie New Yerk
Woolen Market, I am new prepared te exhibit
meefthe Beit Selected Stocks et
Sjirii ill Slier He,
rerlueiightl" this city. Nene hut the very
all the Leading Styles. Pi ices jus low :ls the
nn est, and all goods warranted as rcpresent
,at H. GBRHABTS,
Ne. 51 North Queen Street.
THE ARTIST TAILOR.
Cle-liifj out our i-lock el l.h?ht Weights at
cot.! te make loom ter
Fall and Winter Stock.
A Large Line el
SERGES AND REPS,
hanneckesurns ani celtecs,
and batiste suitings.
SEEltSUCKEEtS, VALKNCIAS, PAKOI.E
AN1 MOllAlU COATINGS.
. splendid Assortment of Wiirerd's Padded
Ducks In Plain and Fancy Styles. A Full Line
All the latest novelties. An examination of
our stock is respectfully solicited.
T. K. SMALING,
121 NORTH QUEEN STREET.
IIUX l'Al'ERS, Jte.
PHARES W. FRY,
Ne. 57 NORTH QUEEN ST.
MAKES ALL KINDS OF
ter w Endows, and put up In such a manner
that you need net remove when you close the
window. Wc have some decided bargains in
In order te close will be sold very low.
PLAIN WINDOW SEIAEES, inall colors and
widths. Extra Wide Goods for Large Curtains
and Stere Shades. Fixtures of I test Makes.
Hollands, Fringes, Tassels, Cords, Leeps, Paper
Extension Window Cornice
In a variety of Patterns, will fit any window
up te live feet in width. Cornice Poles, Ebony,
Wain nt and Ash.
ORDERS TAKEN FOR
FINE PIER AND MANTEL MIRRORS.
Fry's, 57 North Queen Street
ill DH V6SK
H AGER & BROTHER,
NO. 25 W. KING STREET. LANCASTER,
Are lecclvlngXuw Goods in all Departments.
OUR STOCK OF
CARPETS. OIL CLOTHS
Fer the Fall Season will coinptlie all the Latest Designs ami Colorings, and be Larger and
mere complete than cvcr;bcferc.
HAGER & BROTHER.
NEW YORK STORE.
Bleached and Unbleached Muslins and Sheetings at Greatly Reduced Prices.
LOOM DICE TABLE LINENS,
DAMASK TABLE LINENS,
TURKEY RED DAMASKS.
Towels in 50 Different Styles and Quantities, Table Cevers,
10,000 YDS. mi DARK CALICOES AT 5 CTS. A YARD.
ELEGANT STYLES IN CALICOES, 3IOMIE CLOTHS AND PERCALES. NEW
FALL GINGHAMS. " Popular Goods at Popular Prices," is our motto.
Watt, Shand & Company,
S AND 1 0 EAST KING STREET.
EE-OPEflED E0R BUSINESS.
We are triad te announce te our friends that w e have completed the alterations In our main
storeroom and new eiler a very full anil complete stock ter their Inspection, including
Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Spectacles, American and Fine French Clocks, &c.
Among the riiircrcul makes of Watches we cairy ue call especial attention te
THE LANCASTER WATCH
as one el the IkM In the maikct.
Our Spectacle Department Includes the
Arundel Tinted Lenses,
which allerd mere comfort te the eyes than any ethers. Special attention given te fitting glass
es te weak and defective eyes.
Ourfaeili'lC'j for business in our SALES, MANUFACTURING and KEL'AERENU depart
ments are much better than they were, and we feel reawnably sure or meeting the wants of
these w he favor us with their trade. We extend a cordial Invitation te all te call, assuring them
polite attention, lair dealing and low prices.
EDW. J. ZAHM, Jeweler.
Znhm's Cerner, Lancaster, Pa,
CLOSING OUT OF SPRING AND SOHHER STOCK.
Iti order te close out our stock of Spring ami Summer Goods te make room for a
heavy Fall Trade, wc arc offering great inducements in Men's, Yeuths1 and Children's
In our Custom Department wc have a large let of Piece (Joeds, which must be
closed out before September 1, rcgardlcss.ef profit.
In our Kcady-madc Department wc have an unusually hue sleck of Summer
Clothing, all of which can be purchased at very lowest bottom figures.
Gentlemen, our facilities are net equaled in the city. It will cost yen nothing
te examine our stock.
MYERS & RATHFON,
Se. 12 EAST K1XU ST1SEET,
T0MC AM ALTERATIVE!
The Celebrated Prescription of W. ClEAMPlON BROWNING. M. I.
FOR GENERAL DEBILITY AND FUKIFllNU THE BLOOD.
Perrectl v l'nrlllcs the i;ioed. Enriches the llloed, Kcddcns the Bleed, makes New Meed,
Wonderfully 'Improves the Appetite, and Changes the Constitution Suffering from General
Dcbilitv into one of Vigorous ileal tli. The best proof of its wonderful efficacy is te be obtained
by a trial, and that simple trial strongly establishes it reputation with itill.
3-it Is meat scientifically and elegantly compounded by its author and sole proprietor,
W. CHAMPION BROWNING, M. D.,
117 ARCH STREET, PHILADELPHIA, PA.
ivular graduate of Jeffersen Medical
. Pnaitnnclst. Price, 50c and 1.00.
Dealers In Medicine
TJOR LINEN COLLARS
T?OB FAMCX STOCKINGS
JOK NEW STYLE
LINEN HANDKERCHEEFS, CO TO
E. J. ERISMAN'S,
S6 NOBTII O.UKKN STKEET.
WM. P. FRAILEY'S
MONUMENTAL MARBLE WORKS
758 Nena yaeea Street, Lancaster, Fa.
MONUMENTS, HEAD AND FOOT STONES,
CEMETERY LOTS ENCLOSED, 4a
All work guaranteed and satisfaction given
in every 'particular.
N. B. Remember, works a, the extreme end
of North Queen street. m30
UP BITTEBH JTOK BALE AT LOCH-
ers Drug- store, 9 East Jung race:.
College, of Philadelphia, a thorough Chemist and
Fer sale by the Proprietor and all Druggists and
New Samples ! New Styles !
nulls and Committees invited te call and ex
amine our goods before purchasing.
CAPES, COATS. IEATS. CAPS, HELMETS
TORCHES. BADGES, STREAMERS,
FLAGS, BURGEES, (Political
Lanterns very cheap.)
Bunting Flags of All Sizes.
Portraits of Presidential Nominees
en cletb, suitable ler Banners and Transpar
Every Club ought te have some, even if they
de net nave them for entire Club.
D. S. BUKSK,
17 East King Street, Lancaster.
HOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Ne. 227 NORTH PRINCE STREET.
LANCASTER, PA., MONDAY, AUGUST 30, 1880
MONDAY EVENING, AUG. 30, 1880.
OUE LOCAL SCIENTISTS.
AUGUST MEETING OF TOE LINN-fliAN
Additions te the Museum and the Library
RULES FOR THE LIVERY.
Seme Valuable Hints ou tnellirlng of Teams
Hew te Handle a Herse and
Buggy Tbat Don't
Seme Startling Exposures or Thefts and De
ficiencies That Have Occurred Under
Spirited Meeting et Ches
ter County Democ
racy. Meeting of the Lluuiuan Society.
The society met in the ante-room of the
museum en Saturday afternoon, Aug. 28,
1880, President Itcv. Prof. Stahr in the
chair, five members present and four visit
ors. After the usual preliminary business
the follewiug donations were made te the
museum and library :
A germinated lemon seed was donated
by Mrs. L. N. Zell. This, in itself, would
seem te be au object of little importance,
were it net that this seed germinated in
the stomach of Miss Annie Null, Ncvin
street, Lancaster city, and was thrown up
from her stomach en the afteruoeu of Aug.
24, 1880. It was given te Mrs. Zell by the
family and she has no doubt about the
genuineness of the case.
A bettle of the larger and mere conspic
uous insects, collected by Dr. M. L. Davis,
in the vicinity of Millorsville, containing
the gcucra Allerhina, Cepris, Passulut, Uy
bister, tiilpJm, Pdhlueta, Calotema, Clytua,
Laehneslerna. Cicada, Spectrum, Tabanus,
l'hylleptera, Pimpla, Prienrn and Gorrda Gerrda
lus : also oue Akacuind (Ifigalc).
Dr. D. also collected in the same locality
a number of lapidoptereus insects including
the genera PupMe, Philampelis, Dcilaphila,
Spilosema, Nectua, Terlrix, Eudryas, Ayro Ayre
tis, Sjrfiinx, Catecala and Saturnia.
Three stene spcar-hcads, one arrowhead
and a crystal Jet' quartz, were donated by
Mr. Jehn Prier. These were collected en
the banks of the Couestoga, about fifty
years age, by Hannah Stark, a colored
woman new eighty years old, who gave
them te Mr. Prier.
A fine specimen of Phrynosema
was donated by 3Ir. Martin K. Mylin, of
Gordonville, Lancaster county, Pa. This
animal was sent from Chicago te the donor
but it evidently docs net belong te that lo
cality, and most likely was brought from
New Mexico, Texas, or one of the farther
western states, if net Seuth California.
This is evidently a different species from
any in our collection, unless the distinc
tions arc sexual.
A full grown specimen of the larva of
the "Saddle-back Meth," Kmjmtia Slim
tdt), from the effice of the "Examiner."
This insect seems te have been mere num
erous this season than usual, and speci
mens have been found in different locali
ties. A specimen was sent up from North
Carolina, which is cither a variety of ours
or a new species. Only one species of the
genus is described in "Merris's synopsis of
Lepideptera," and that is the one fre
quently found in this locality. See the
Farmer for August.
A small box of the beeds of a fi uit which
the vender of it called Sapidile sapile, from
the East Indies. It has the form of an
orange, a greenish color and reddish sweet
pulp. Externally it has a russet appearance
and as an edible is net particulaily desira
ble, cither in appearance or taste. In its
general appcarauce it is net much unlike a
A singular abnormal jrewth of aspargus.
This had a very bread stem, which grew
up in perfect spiral form, but it has shrunk
very much in drying.
A bettle containing a " water
mink" and a large number Jef ''caddice
worms" and their bingular cases, con
structed out of small fragments of rock
woven together with silk, from " Celd
Spring" ou " Cob Hill," near the country
residence of Gen. Stciuman, Martic town
ship, Lancaster county. Pa., collected by
J. B. Kevinski, July 27, 1880.
Donations te Library.
A copy of the Reynolds Memerial, con
taining addresses delivered before the
"Historical Sosiety of Pennsylvania,"
upon the occasion of the presentation of a
portrait el Maj. ucn. jeun r . iicyueuis,
100 pp , royal; octave, bound in cloth with
a portrait and two maps. Donated by
the Pennsylvania Historical society.
An octave namnlct 72 nn.. containing
a list of the members' names of
the "American Philosophical society."
Proceedings of the "American Philo
sophical society," from July,187S, te March,
1880, 87 pp., octave, containing the cele
bration of the 100th anniversary of its in
corporation. Parts 5, 0, 7 and 8 of the
"Official Gazette of the United States
patent eflicc." "Industries of Penn
sylvania," containing historical and de
scriptive review of Lancaster, Columbia
and Mount Jey, 16-1 pp., royal octave.
Lancaster Farmer for August, 1880,
eight catalogues and circulars of scientific
and general literature.
Twe envelopes containing thiity histeri
cal and biographical sKctcucs.
Notes en the norncdTead, by Dr. Rath
von. Notes en a variety of Walking Fern,
sent by Prof. A. T. G. Apple, read by Kev.
Prof. J. S. Stahr. Notes en the lloraef the
neighborhood of the haunted cottage, by
Mrs. Zell. Adjourned.
Bead Them, Traveler !
Bules for Hiring a Livery Team.
I. Always pick the best-looking buggy
iu the place. If it is engaged, take the
n. Be sure and inquire what kind of
springs is used, whether Whitney, Brews
ter or Timpkius, and suggest some im
provements in the general make-up of the
HI. If the buggy has a few scratches
en the side panels, you can remark that it
leeks shabby and hint that a new coat of
paint and varnish would be au improve
ment. As it only costs ten or twelve dol
lars te de it up, tUe liveryman will no
doubt take the hint and have them paint
ed up every trip they make.
TV. Be particular about your horse. If
he is thin and has a sere, back and a short
tail, reject him. Flics have no business te
trouble a livery horse, compelling him te
switch his tail and wear it off en the cross
bar. V. If the liveryman has Bet the saddle
back and lengthened the check rein, se as
te give the sere back an opportunity te
heal, say nothing about it, but when you
get a mile or two from town, get out
and set the saddle forward, right en the
sere spot, shorten the check rein be as te
make him carry up well, with his nose
pointing te the zenith. This is ene of the
most expeditious ways of healing up a sere
back, mouth and crupper. Yeu go out
for style, and are bound te have it, as yen
pay for it.
VI. When your team is ready don't wait
until the horse is turned ever en the lock,
but put your feet en the nicely varnished
hub, threw your ether leg ever the wheel,
and kick the polished panel thrce or four
times before placing your feet in the
buggy. This adds very materially te the
appcarance of the vehicle, and gives the
next customer additional room for criticis
ing its battered appearance.
VII. If the liveryman is tee quick for
yen and turns the horse en the lock, if
you are standing dh the right side, always
place your right feet en the iron step,
your left feet en the wooden side bar,
then raise your right feet and kick the
side panels six or seven times with it.
This will knock the paint off the side bar
and panels, and give you an opportunity
te judge the kind of weed of which they
VIII. When you are fairly seated in the
buggy, grasp the lines firmly with both
hands, 'iyank " him thrce or four times te
the right and left, hit him with the whip,
and if the horse steps complain that he is
balky and insist en having another animal.
The herse's sero mouth had nothing te de
with his stepping of course
IX. When once fairly started en the
read put one feet ever the side panel, out
en the side bar ; whistle some lively tune
te yourself and keep tinie with your feet
en the side bar. When tired of that
position, put your feet en top of or against
the dash. If the patent leather is scratched
and the dash bent out of shape, no matter;
yen.havc paid two dollars for the hire, and
if it costs five dollars te fix the dash up,
that's where the liveryman's prelit comes
X. Always drive the herse as far as you
can in the time for which you have hired
him. Bring him in red het, with the per
spiration standing en him like foam and
his sides working like a pair of bellows.
This method will always keep the animal
in ceed ilesh and sound en his legs.
XI. Be sure aud threw the lap cover en
the lloer of the vehicle and wipe your feet
en it a number of times. This will keep
it clean and sweet smelling.
XII. Lastly, break the whip and lese
the hitching rein, and if the liveryman
thinks he has made anything offyeur hire,
call again, smash the buggy and founder
Enormous Defalcations and Thefts while the
Party had Full Sway The Figures.
It is a favorite saying of the Republican
leaders that a political change of adminis
tration would be unwise, because the Dem
ocrats de net knew hew te rule. The fact
that the Democratic party gave the United
States the purest, wisest and most econom
ical administration this country ever saw,
from the day of its birth until 1800, seem
te have faded from modern recollection.
In February, 187C, the Seuate passed- a
resolution calling for all balauccsduc the
United States from public officers and per
sons no longer in the public scrvice: Sec
retary Bristow replied te this resolution,
and from his letter it appears that the
losses te the government en account of de
falcations by efliccrs in the collection of
customs, internal revenue, direct tax re
ceipts from public lands, miscellaneous
sources &c, since 18C9 te June 19, 1870,
were 3,500,593,93. This does net include
the amount stolen by corrupt officials who
combined with the whisky ring and
smugglers te defraud the government.
McDonald says that the members of
the St. Leuis riug, including Bab
cock, Grant's private secretary,
divided 1,500,000 among themselves, after
paying a large proportion of the campaign
expenses of the Republican party. It is
estimated moderately that the whisky
rings in St. Leuis, Chicago, Evansvillc,
Milwaukcc,and elsewhere, robbed the gov
ernment of 50,000,000. The following
statement shows the sources of the defal
cations which, during Grant's administra
tions, amounted te 3.500,593.93 : Pest
masters indebted te the United States
wliose accounts have terminated since
1809, 373,371.74; balances due from
United States marshals, 249,200.01 ; bal
ances due from efliccrs of United States
courts, 78,007.83; balances due from
governors aud secretaries of territories
10,713.e2 ; balances due from late assess
ors of internal rcvenue 1,409.50 ; balances
due from cx-collecters of internal reve
nue, 33,518.10 ; balances due from late
stamp agents, 09,300.91; balances due
from diplomatic and consular efliccrs, 41,
339.09; balances due from Uuitcd States
bankers, Clews, Habricht & Ce., 130,
178.84 ; balances due from officers of the
Indain service, 38,872.04; balances due
from pensieu agents, 228,824.80 ; balances
due from cx-collccters of internal revenue
appointed by Grant, 2,312,544.20; balances
due from cx-emccrs et tue customs, S'o, S'e,
732.07; balances due from disbursing
agents, receivers of public money, sur
veyors, registers of land offices,
etc., 103,030.03; balances due from
ex-commissioners of direct taxes for
the insurrectionary states, 82,003.21 ;
balances due from ex-officers of the navy
and ethers, $G23,203.79 ; balancosdue from
army officers, 784,053.07. All these de
falcations occurred during Grant's admin
istrations. The Times correspondent fig
ures that the losses under Grant in dis
bursements wcre 1,416,541, while under
Pierce's administration they were ever
200,000 greater. Senater Windem in 1870
said that the losses under Gnnt wcre only
1,276,882.00. Secretary Bristow's state
ment, however, is authoritative.
Under Republican rule 290,000,000 acres
of the public domain have been voted te
corporations and monopolies since the Re
publican party has been in power. The
states of Maine, New Hampshire, Ver
mont, Massachuscets, Rhede Island, Con
necticut, New Yerk, New Jersey, Penn
sylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Ohie and
Indiana have au area of 250,200 square
miles. The public lands donated by the!
n..l,i;n. nit-ir lietrn (in oral rtf 9'ld TCft I
Iiupuuutau .tvj .....v ... ..m -v, .w
square miles. Besides this, the Republican
nartv has triven bends te railroad corpora
tiens, the principal of which amounts te
Democratic Meeting in Parkesburg.
The Democracy of Chester county are
fuliy aroused. The name of Hancock has
stirred up the Quaker bleed of our sister
county te such healthful flew, that enthu
siastic meetings are the order of the day in
almost every nook and hamlet. On Fri
day night the pretty little borough of
Parkesburg was wild with, excitement
the occasion being a Democratic meeting.
At 8 o'clock the principal streets wcre
lined with people, greeting the incoming
crowds andcheering with hearty fervor
every mention of Hancock and English.
A large handsome flag was flung te the
breeze, bearing the names of the Demo
cratic candidates a mighty shout went np
from the multitude as the nag was un
furled and three times three were heart
ily given for him who will make that ensign
of our country the symbol of union and
The meeting was organized by the elec
tion of the following efficers:
President Jehn Harrar.
Vice Presidents J. Ress Owens, Jehn
A. Parke, Jehn Bondfeot, William Mo Me
Kenna, Dr. A. Murphey.
The llrst speaker was R. Jenes Monaghan
of the West Chester bar, who for an hear
gave an eloquent but calm and clear state
ment of the issues of the day. He was lis
tened te with the closest attention many
of the audience being Republicans willing
te hear the truth in order te vote intelli
gently. The next speaker was Rebert B. Risk,
who devoted himself principally te the
tendency of the two great parties of the
day and the records of the respective can
didates. The speaker reviewed the action
of the Chicago convention of which he was
an eye witness, and made some humorous
allusions te "Edmund Kirke's" life of
The people of Chester county are among
the most intelligent in the State, hence
they can get abeve prcjudice and passion
and reason calmly. The indications are
that the independent voter will be "abroad',
very "numerously" in Chester county this
fall. Taking the Parkesburg meeting as
an index of calm popular feeling we are
inclined te think Chester county will net
burden Garfield with a mighty majority.
Jacob IE. Bleemer, of Virgllle. X. Y.. writes:
" Your Dr. Themas' Eelcctrlc Oil cured a badly
swelled neck and sero threat en my son in
forty-eight hours ; one application also re
moved the pain from a very sero tee; my
wife's toot n as also much inflamed, se much
se that she could net walk about the house ;
she applied the OH, and iu twenty-four hours
was entirely cured." ForsalebylE. El. Coch
ran, Dmgglet, 137 and IS) Xertli Queen street
Lancaster. Pa. '-E
Statistics prove that twenty-nve 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
abottleefLochcr's Renowned Cough Syrup,
shall w e condemn the sufferers ler their ncgli
gence, or pity them for their ignorance? Ne
9Ea;t King street.
Flowers Must Fade.
The KuimiTKSTKLOWKitsmust fade, but young
lives endangered by severe coughs and colds,
maybe preserved by Dr. Themas' Eelcctrlc
Oil. Croup, whooping ceugli, bronchitis. In
short all all ect Ions of the threat and lungs are
relieved by this sterling preparation, which
also remedies rheumatle pains, sores, bruisci,
piles, kidney dlfllculty and is most economic.
Fer sale by IE. B. Cochran, Druggist, E37 and
IS) North Queen street, Lancaster, Fa. 22
BOOKS ANli STATIONERY.
Ne. 32 Bast King St., Lancaster, Pa.
Schools of Lancaster City,
NEW AND SECOND-HAND.
At the LOWEST PIC ICES, at the Boek Mere of
JOHN BIER'S SONS,
15 aud 17 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
llOUSJi FUJtNISUINO OOODS.
FLliNiN & BRENEMAK
100 Gress Fruit Jars,
Bought before the advance anil ler bale at
$1.20 PER DOZEN.
Great Bargains In
TINWARE AND HOUSE
Flu k Breneman's
152 North Queen Street,
All in want of Fine or Fancy Cabinet Werk
woulildewelltocallanil cxauitne specimens
et our work.
OFFICE FURNITURE A SPECIALTY.
1S East King Street.
FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS.
SHOP ON PLUM STREET,
Orreerrx ins Locexorrra Wents.
The subscriber continues te manufacture
BOILERS AND STEAM ENGINES,
Fer Tanning and ether purposes
Sheet-iron Werk, and
M5" Jobbing promptly attended te.
angl8-lyd JOHN BKST.
Price Tw Ctertfc
HOW TO GET
Every day during summer all sorts
of goods remnants and goods that
for ene reason or another are in our
way are picked out and put together
te be sold at 6uch prices as they will
bring. They are undcsirable for as
te held ; but they may be as geed
for the buyer as anything we hare.
We have sold already this summer
net less than $100,000 worth of goods
at irregular prices in this way for, say,
950,000; and many thousands mere
are going. There is semething marked
down at nearly every counter in the
Evcrythiug sold is returnable if un
satisfactory at the price.
Chestnut, Thlrtecntb, Market anil .1 uilper.
Wholesale and Kctall Dealer In all kinds of
LUMBER AND COAU
.9-Yard : Ne. 420 North Water and Prlnc
strcctH abeve lieuien. Ejuu-astcr. n:i-lyd
COAL! COAL! COAL! COAL
Ceal of the Heat Uuallly put up expressly
for family use, and at the low
est market prices.
TRY A SAMPLE TON.
- YARD ISO SOUTH WATER ST.
ufiU-ljd PHILIP HCEEUM.SON ft CO.
" COAL! COAL !
Fer geed, clean Family and all ether kind
of COAL gote
BUSSEL & SHULMYER'S.
Quality and Weight guaranteed. Orders re
OFFICE: 22 East King Street. AK1:
018 North Prince Street.
piOAL! COAL I COAL!!!
We have constantly en band ull the best
gradea of COAL tliat are in market, which we
are selling as low as any yard lu the city.
Call and get enr prices before buying else
where. M. F. STEIGERWALT & SON,
s-7-Eyd ZM NORTEE WATER STREET.
C0H0 & WILEY,
SSO NORTH WATER ST., Lancaster, V.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
LUMBER AND GOAL.
Connection With the Telephonic Exchange.
Branch Office: Ne. 3 NORTEE DUKE ST.
COAL! - - - COAL!!
GORREOHT & GO.,
Will deliver coal at the following prices :
B. D. Broken Egg and Nnt $4.3.',
Enterprise, Broken Egg and Nut KX
Lykcn's Velley, Broken, Egg and Steve... 4.H0
All Grades Ne. E Pea 3.35
E W. GORRECSET, Agt.,
J. B. UKILLEY,
aug!7-tfd W. A. KELLER.
Ne. 150)4 NORTH QUEEN STREET, near E if.
R. Depot, Lancaster, Pa. Geld, Silver and
Nickel-cased Watches, Chains, Clocks, Ac.
Agent ter the celebrated Pantoscepic Specta
cles and Eye-GIasses. Repairing a specialty,
We liavj just received a second Invoice of
New Lancaster lereint
te which we rail special attention of anyene
wanting a Ueliablc Watch at a LOW PRICE.
106 EAST KING STREET,
Lancaster Watch Ge. Watch,
WeSt EiTld, in isk. Geld Cases.
WeSt JUnCI, in 14k. Geld Cases.
WeSt End, lnSllvcr Hunting Cases.
WeSt EaKl, in Silver open-face Cases.
Nt. SO East Kbg Street, Laacaster, Fa.
(PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON),
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