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LANCASTER, PA TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1880
Price Twe Onte.
ILujuut opened a
SELECT STYLES and nene but the bet et
Ne. 51 North Queen Street.
24 CENTRE SQUARE.
We have lei sale ler the coming seasons an
Immense Stock et
-l our own manutacturc, which comprises the
latest and Slest
Come ami see our
MERCHANT TAMING, .
a liieh it larger anl compescdof the best styles
e IhIeiiikI in the citjv
D. B. Hostetter & Sen,
24 CENTRE SQUARE.
THE ARTIST TAILOR.
Closing out our stock ;of Light Weights at
cost te make room ler
Fall and Winter Stock.
A Large Line of
SERGES AND REPS,
BANNOCKBURXS AND CELTICS,
GAMBKOOX FAR AM AT A
AND BATISTE SUITINGS.
SEEKSUCKEUS, VALENCIAS, PAROLE
AND MOHAIR COATINGS.
A Splendid Assortment of Wilferd's Padded
Ducks in Plainaml Fancy Styles. A Full Line
AH the latest novelties. An examination of
our stock is respectfully solicited.
T. K. SMALING,
121 NORTH QUEEN STREET.
jOR LINEN COLLARS
I70JI FANCY STOCKINGS
TfOR MEW STYLE
LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, GO TO
E. J. ERISMAN'S,
SO NORTH QUKKN STKKKT.
-nTHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Ne. 227 NORTH PRINCE STREET.
A E. McCANN, AUCTIONEER OF REAL
jflL. Estate and Personal Property. Orders
left at Ne. 33 Charlette street, or at the Black
Herse Hetel. 44 and 46 North Queen street, will
receive prompt attention. Bills made out and
Ne. 159K NORTH QUEEN STREET, near 1. K.
R. Depot, Lancaster, Pa. Geld, Silver anil
NIekel-cased Watches, Chains, Clocks, Ac.
Agent ter the celebrated Pantoscepic Specta
cles and Eye-Glasses. Repairing a specialty,
We have Just received a second Invoice of
New Lancaster Movement
te which we call special attention of anyone
wanting a Reliable Watch at a LOW PRICE.
106 EAST KING STREET.
Lancaster Watch Ge. Watcb,
WeSU Elld, in 18k. Geld Cases.
WeSL End, in Hk. Geld Cases.
WeSt End, in Silver Hunting Cases.
WeSt End, in Silver open-face Cases.
Ne. 20 East Kin? Street, Lancaster, Pa.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
ler Lancaster City and County, at
L M. FLYNN'S
Ne. 42 WEST KING STICEET.
Ne. 32 East King St., Lancaster, Pa.
Schools of Lancaster City,
NEW AND SECOND-HAND.
At the LOWEST PRICES, at the Boek Stele of
JOM BAER'S SONS,
15 and 17 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
OAKGAIXS FOR EVERYBODY.
RARE CHANCE IN CARPETS,
Positive sale te Reduce Stock et
6,000 Yards Brussels Carpets,
AT AND BELOW COST.
Call and satisfy ycurself. Alse, Ingrain, Rag
and ChainCarpctsinalmestcndlcssvarlcty .at
H. S. SHIRK'S
203 WEST KING STREET,
All in want of Fine or Fancy Cabinet Werk
would de well te call and examine specimens
et our work.
OFFICE FURNITURE A SPECIALTY.
15 East King Street.
New Samples! New Styles!
Clubs and Committees invited tecalland ex
amine our goods before purchasing.
CAPES, OOATS, HATS, CAPS, HELMETS'
TORCHES, BADGES, STREAMERS,
FLAGS, BURGEES, (Political
Lanterns very cheap.)
Bunting Flags of All Sizes,
rertraits of Presidential Nominees
en cloth, suitable ler Banners and Transpar
encies. FLASH TORCH.
Every Club ought te have some, even if they
de net have them for entire Club.
D. S. BUESK,
17 Eaet King street, Lancaster.
Next Doer te ttee Court Hen,
Have opened, this day large lines of
BLEACHED AND UNBLEACHED MUSLINS,
all the populer makes at less than regular
We have iust received large lines of PRINTS
of best quality, light and dark, in;
Remnants at 5 and 6 1-4 Cents.
In all the new styles.
Red, White, Grry , Canten and Demet
LINENS, NAPKINS AND TOWELS, in large
CHEAPER THAN EVER !
BODY BRUSSELS CARPETS,
BRUSSELS, HALL AND STAIR CARPETS.
All grades of
Ingrain and Rag Carpets.
Crumb Cleths and Bugs,
J. B. lartin & Ce.
HAGERft BROTHER have new open a large
stock of New Fall and Winter Goods for Men
and Beys' Wear, which they will sell by the
yard or make up te order, aifd guarantee satis
faction. Black and Colored French Cleths,
of Superior Quality for Dress Suits.
FRENCH AND ENGLISH WORSTED SUIT
INGS. PLAIN AND FANCY CASSIMERE SUIT
INGS. PLAIN AND FANCY CASSIMERE FOR
CASSIMERE FOR BOYS DRESS ANDSCHOOL
FALL AND WINTER OVERCOATINGS.
The largest Stock we liave ever offered for
Men, Youths and Beys, manufactured by our
selves from carefully selected Goods, which we
can recommend with entire confidence.
In Lurge Assortment and Latest Style of
Neckwear, Hosiery, Gloves, Handkerchiefs,
Suspenders, Linen and Paper Cellars and Cuffs,
Laundried and Unlaundried Shirts, Scarlet
Flannel Shirts and Drawers, White and Color
ed Merine Shirts and Drawers, in all qualities
and full assortment of sizes ter Men, Youths
We Invite examination.
HMJEK & BROTHER.
CHINA AND GLASSWARE.
T OT OF WAKE FROM
NEW YORK AUCTION
Housekeepers don't miss Bargains.
HIGH & MARTIN'S,
HO. 15 AST KING STREET.
TUESDAY EVENING, SEPT. 7, 1880.
THE GREAT ILLINOIS ORATOR
Recalling Seme Historical Facte for the In
formation of Wavers of tbe Bloody
Shirt The Recerd of the Dem
ocratic Party Expounded
by One or its Old
nent. PHASES OF THE CAMPAIGN.
Old Men and Yeung Men in Politics In
telligent Discussion of the Issues.
Hew the Democracy Sustained the Union
Frem the Speech et Hen. Lyman Trumbull, at
But I bave net done with this false
claim of the Republican party. I propose
te-day te bury it se deep by facts and fig
ures that only the dupes of demagogues
can longer be gulled by it. The Demo
cratic state of Missouri alone, in which Mr.
Lincelu received but 17,028 votes in 18G0
furnished 199,111 men te the Union army
a greater number than was furnished by
all the Republican states of Vermont,
Rhede' Island, Minnesota, Nebraska and
Kansas put together. Neither Michigan,
Wisconsin nor Iowa furnished as many
troops te the Union army as Missouri.
Jehn A. Dix and Daniel S. Dickinsen, of
New Yerk, Lewis Cass, of Michigan, and
Stephen A. Douglas, of this state, all
life-long Democrats and leaders of that
party, the moment Fert Sumter was fired
upon came out in public speeches for the
Union. Gen. Cass said :
"He who is net for his country is against
her. There is no neutral ground te be
Douglas declared :
"There can be no neutrals in this war
only patriots or traitors. I ex
press it as my conviction before Ged that
it is the duty of every American citizen te
rally around the Hag of his county."
The eloquent Baker, then a senator from
Oregon, said :
"We are all Democrats, we arc all Re
publicans. We acknowledge fee sovereign
ty of the people within the rule of tbe
constitution, and under that constitution
and beneath that ilag let traitors beware."
Had the Democrats favored the rebellion
as they are new falsely charged by the Re
publicans with having done, it must have
been a success, and this giorieus Union,
with its present greatness and hopes for
the future, must have perished from the
earth. Se far from the Republican party
having put down the rebellion and saved
the Union, it was the patriotic Democrats
with Republicans who rallied te its sup
pert ahd that saved it, a thintr which
neither could have done without the aid of
the ether. What and whom would the
Republican soldiers of Illinois have had te
meet had it been true, as Republicans
falsely charge, that the Democrats of the
state opposed the war? As I have shown
already, they would have had te meet, in
the first instance, nearly an equal number
of Democrats of our own state, and who
would have led thorn ? Generals Grant
and Legan, both of whom at that time
were Democrats. The only vote for pres
ident ever cast by General Grant was for
James Buchanan, and General Legau, as
late as 18C2, was a member of Congress,
elected by Democrats, and acting with the
Democratic party. I de net mention this
by way of assailing cither General Grant
or General Legan, both of whom perform
ed gallant service for their country, but
they were both Democrats when they en
tered the army, whatever they maybe
new. It would he a reflection upon either
of these gentlemen, as it would be, and is,
upon every true soldier, te sayhat he en
tered the service as a partisan or for party
purposes. In-thc language of the eloquent
Baker, we were all Democrats, we were all
Republicans, in our efforts te save the
Union, and no man deserves the name of
patriot who entered his country's service
merely for selfish or party purposes. Let
us hear no mere of this false claim of Re
publicans that they crushed out the rebel
lion. As well might it be claimed that the
Democrats did it, for without their aid it
could net have been done.
Ner is it true that the Republicans abol
ished slavery. That was the result of cir
cumstances, and was accomplished by
what is known as the thirteenth amend
ment te the constitution of the United
States which I had the honor of reporting
te the Senate of the United States, by
which it was passed April 8, 1804, by the
requisite two-thirds vote. But it failed
in the Heuse of Representatives.
The vote by which it was defeated was re
considered at the next -session, and it was
then passed, sixteen Democrats voting in
its favor, without thirteen of these votes
it could net have been passed. Se you sec
that the claim of the Republican party
that it abolished slavery, like many of its
ether claims, is false.
It seems te me that no original Republi
can who prefers principle te party, right
te wrong, and fairness te dishonesty, can
longer act with such an organization.
Where, then, shall he go? Can he con
sistently vote the Democratic ticket? That
party has been out of power twenty years.
Mere than half its voters, as well as these
of the Republican party, have become such
since I860. It is net, therefore, composed
of the same persons as were in power at
the commencement of the war of the re
bellion. It is te-day the open and avowed
advocate of the principles and policy de
clared iu the fenrth and sixth resolutions
of the Republican platform of 1860. One
of the fundamental articles of its creed is
"the right of each state te order and con
trol its own domestic institutions accord
ing te its own judgment." This does net
mean the right of a state te secede from
the union any mere than it did when em
bodied in the Republican platform of 1860 ;
but it means just what it says: The right
of the state te control its domestic affairs
without interference by the federal gov
ernment in its elections, by federal officials
or a lawless, armed force under any pre
text whatever. Applause. The Demo
cratic party as such was never a secession
party, though some of its members, as well
as members of the old Whig and
old Abolition party, were nullifiers and
secessionists. Some of the abolition
ists were accustomed te denounce the
constitution of the United States as "a
league with the devil and a covenant with
hell." It was General Jacksen, the leader
of the Democracy, who se effectually
crushed out the doctrines of nullification
and secession in 1832, that it did net again
show its head till 1860, when the war fol
lowed, and buried it forever beyond the
power of resurrection. Applause.
Neither secession nor African slavery will
ever trouble ns mere. The charge that
"the pledge te tbe constitutional doctrines
and traditions of the Democratic party, as
illustrated by the teachings and example
of a long line of Democratic statesmen and
patriots," means a pledge te the' doctrines
of secession, is as far from the truta as it
would be te charge the Republicans of
1850 with being secessionists because they
favored restoring the action of tbe federal
government te the principles of Washing
ton and Jeffersen. It is only te the con
stitutional doctrines of the fathers that tbe
Democracy pledges itself, and, unless Re
publicans believe that secession is a con
stitutional doctrine, hew can they charge
that pledge te mean secession. Cheers.
The Democratic party is new the only
national party of the land. Cheers. It
finds its supporters both iu the North and
the Seuth, and expects te elect its candi
dates by electoral votes coming from each.
Hancock and English can be elected in no
ether way. Cheese them for your presi
dent and vice president, and it will put an
end te sectional strife, and the people of
this whole country will be prepared te go
forward as one people te the destiny that
awaits them, of seen becoming the most
prosperous and the most powerful nation
that exists en the face of the glebe, and,
what is better than all. we shall be a peo
ple whose rights and liberties are regulated
and protected by constitutional law. Pro
Little mere need be said of Hancock and
English than that they both possess the
Jeffersonian qualifications for office. That
they are honest no man questions. There
is no smell of corruption or the improper
receipt or misuse of money about the gar
ments of either. That they are capable,
the able and efficicut discharge of public
trusts abundantly proves. That they will
be faithful te the constitution we have the
highest evidence, in that they ever made
it the guiding star of their political action.
They are both committed by their letters
of acceptance te the principles enunciated
in the Democratic platform ; but what is
.mere satisfactory still is the ability, states
manship and moral courage shown by
Gen. Hancock in his private letter te Gen.
Sherman, written years age at a most criti
cal time in our history, and without any
view te political preferment. In that let
ter he shows a thorough knowledge of our
system of government ; that he has opin
ions, and is net afraid te express them ;
that he has the moral courage te dare te de
right, a quality in which Gen Garfield has
shown himself sadly deficient.
The Democratic party has new become
the party of reform, and, thank Ged ! the
signs in every quarter premise that the
time drawcth nigh when it will be afford
ed an opportunity, both in this state and
the nation, te leek into the accounts se
long kept by the Republicans. Loud and
General Garfield, who Avas one of the
electoral commission, in his opinion in the
Louisiana case, said :
" The determination of the beard, if net
overruled by the courts of that state, is
the final and conclusive decree of the state
itself. Neither Congress
nor this commission has any authority te
inquire whether there was fraud or error
in the process by which the determination
In the Flerida case, where the determina
tion of the state canvassers was overruled
by the courts of the state, Gencr.il Garfield
held that it made no difference. These de
cisions of General Garfield wcre made un
der an act of Congress which required
him, as a member of the commission, te
decide "what persons were duly appointed
electors" from the states of Flerida and
Louisiana, and he took an oath that he
would " impartially examine aud consider
all questions submitted te the commission."
I have shown you hew he performed that
duty. Hew he kept his oath let him an
swer te his conscience and his Ged ; but
for that fraud practiced upon the American
people they will held him responsible.
Old Men iu Politics.
Grandfather Lickshinglc and Deacon
Radspinncr, two patriarchs in this com
munity, were walking down street to
gether yesterday. It was remarked that
two such venerable men were net often
seen together, and people raised their hats
te them as they passed along and spoke
te them rcvciently.
"There's entirely tee much bitterness
in this campaign, deacon," said Mr. Lick
shinglc, "and I regret it exceedingly.
New, when wc wuz yeuug men we took
an iutercst in politics, wc had none of this
'ere everlastiu' cat-hauliu'."
"Indeed, we hadn't," acquiesced Dea
con Radspinncr. "Take Jacksen's cam
paign, for instance. There wuz a lively
interest taken by both parties, but there
wuz none of your bully-raggin' like we sec
"That's a fact, deacon," said old Lick
shingle, "but between mean' you, InevcY
thought much of Jacksen."
"He was a mighty geed man, Lick
shinsle." "He was small potatoes compared te
some men we have new, deacon."
"Who d'ye mean?" demanded the
"Well, there's Garfield," said Lick
shingle. " Garfield be danged. Yeu knew mighty
well, Lickshinglc, he ceuldn' have been
'Iectcd hog-rive in a hill town in Jacksen's
"He's a dam sight better man than
"Ge slew, Lickshinglc, go slew ! " said
the deacon, somewhat agitated.
" Oh, I knew what I'm talking about,"
retorted Lickshinglc, as he stabbed the
pavement spitefully with his hickory cane.
"Hancock's a stoughten bottle, that's
what he is."
"An' what's Garfield? Great guns,
what's Garfield ? Didn't he lay a cheap cheap
Jehn sort of a pavement around thecapitel
and charge the government a million dol
lars for it?" and the deacon's eyes blazed
"See here, deacon, leek at your man's
Hancock's letter te Sherman. Didn't he
try te blew up Washington with glycerine?
Say, didn't he ? Oh, I read the papers,
old man, an' knew what's gein' en."
" Hancock's a geed an' pure man.
Didn't he fight like a bull-deg in the war
of the rebellion? Where was Garfield
skulkin' in the time of disaster ? In Cana
dy, by thunder, in Canady !"
" What was Hancock dein' with a stcl stcl
lete in his beet the night Lincoln wuz mur
dered? Answer me that ? If Wilkes Beeth
had failed, ttus Hancock was ready te fin-,
ish the job. Don't talk te me ! Don't talk
te me !
"It's a lie," howled the deacon, as he
whirled around and faced Lickshinglc en
" It's as true as holy writ, an' any man's
a liar that says se," retorted Lickshingle,
tee much wrought up te be particular as
te his phraseology.
" You're a bald-headed old scoundrel,"
yelled the deacon.
" You're an old leper, an' I can wipe
the ground with you," howled Lickshin
gle, gripping his cane and advancing.
Friends jumped in and the two furious
old men were dragged away in opposite
directions. The deacon squirmed around
in the arms of his captors, shook his cane
at Lickshingle, and hissed:
" Your man Garfield would never have
get into the army if he hadn't been draft
ed, and he wouldn't went; then only he
thought he would be able te desert the
ornery son of a gun J"
Oar Best Yww Mea.
" Well, say," said one of our best young
men at a North Hill hop the ether evening,
"you knew 'bout this fellah Hancock?
Well, say, he ain't same one that's presi
dent of insurance company, is he ? Writes
awfully coarse hand you knew?"
"Naw," replied the best young man ad
dressed, "he's man that signed constitu
tion of United States ; great politician. I
reckon. Had a row with General Wash
ington at battle of Monmouth."
"Haw, ue," interposed a third best
man, " 'taint that fellah. Gad, he's dead,
man ; 'pen mv soul he is."
"Well, say?" exclaimed the first best
young man, " when'd he die ?"
" Can't say, 'em sure," replied the third
best young man, who appeared te be a
young man, of bread information en gen
eral topics, "but I knew he's dead. This
Hancock's a military man ; colonel in the
army, and governor of some island near
The ether best young men gathered
around him with a common expression of
the liveliest interest. Finally one of them
" Well, say ? What's he want te run for
president for, if he's governor of an island.
" Don't knew," said the well-informed
best young man, " but guess he has te.
B'lieve after a fellow's been goveruer of
an island for 'bout se long as he has te re
tire, and if he can't get te be president, he
has te hasn't get nothing te de, you
knew, I don't knew just hew it is."
"Well, say, who's this preacher fellow,
Garfield, that runnin' the Democrats for
president?" asked the first best young
man, after an intelligent pause.
"Don't knew much about him,' said
the well informed young man ; " he's been
president once, I knew."
"Talkin' man or danciu' man?" asked
the third best young man.
"Ohie man, I b'lieve they call him,"
stid the well informed best young man.
"Wha's that?" asked the ether best
young men, in intelligent chorus.
"Pen my soul, I don't knew," replied
the well informed best young man, frank
ly. " Seme kind of a er, ah er kind of
a man I don't knew, 'm sure."
And just then the band struck up and
the three best waltzcrs in the room ceased
talking politics and abandoned the pro
found study of statecraft te join the giddy
mazes of the dance. The glory of the land
of freedom a::d the pride of society is its
The Econeniites' Wealth.
Mr. Jacob Henrici, the only surviving
trustee of the Econemites at Economy,
Pa., denies that Edward 31. Stanten drew
up any document ten years age providing
for the disposal of their wealth when the
cemmuuity is extinct. When asked what
prevision had been made for the final dis
position of the society's property when al
the members have passed away, Mr. Hen
"There has been no such prevision what
ever. That is a matter we have nothing
te de with, and wc take no account of it
whatever. Before the necessity for any
such arrangement arrives, the kingdom of
heaven will come and settle all questions
for all men. Besides there is no immedi
ate prospect of the society becemiug ex
tinct. We still occasionally take in new
members, and the organization will thus
be perpetuated. There are many misap
prehensions in the minds of the people
with regard te our community here, al
though much has been published both for
and against us. We always treat news
paper men well, and try te cive them all
the information they may desire, but
experience has shown us that any publica
tion whatever, be it in our favor or against
us. works disadvantageous te us. If
you praise us, we arc bothered by a great
number of people who write te us asking
en what terms they can become members
with us, and some even come and quarter
themselves upon us, putting us te great
inconvenience. On the ether hand if you
condemn or misrepresent we suffer again.
Anether thing which gives us great trou
ble is the exaggerated story of our wealth,
which excites many people in all quarters
te claim a share of it ou some pretense or
As plump as a Partridge, as thin sm a rat.
As strong as a Herse, as weak us a cat.
As steady as time, as uncertain as weather,
As heavy sis lead, as light as a feather,
As thin as a herring, as fat as a pig,
As proud us a peacock, its blithe as a grig.
As pleasant as ease utter hard days of toil,
As certain te cure as Eclectric Oil.
Fer sale by II. B. Cochran, druggist, 137 and
IS) North Queen street, Lancaster, Pa. 37
The remedy that will cure the many diseases
peculiar te women is Warner's Safe Kidney
aud Liver Cure. Mether's Magazine. 5
Jelm Weemer, 1173 Michigan street, Buffalo,
says he has been troubled for years with Khen
matism or the knee, and until he tried Dr.
Themas' Eclectric Oil, could uetllnd anything
te relieve him, lie is new cured and enthusias
tic in praise et it. Fer sale by 11. B. Cochran,
druggist, 137 and 139 North Queen street, Lan
caster. Pa 38
Wholesale and Uetuil Dealer in all kinds of
LUMBER AND COAL.
-Yard : Ne. 430 North Water and Prince
streets above Lemen. Lancaster. n3-lyd
COAL! COAL! COAL! COAL
Ceal et the Best Quality put up expressly
for family use, aud at the low
est market prices.
TRY A SAMPLE TON.
49 YARD ISO SOUTH WATER ST.
neit'-lyd PHILIP SCHUM.SON ft CO.
ptOALt COAL! COAL!!!
We have constantly en hand all the best
grades of COAL that are in market, which wc
are selling as low as any yard in the city.
Call and get ur prices before buying else
where. M. F. STEIGERWALT & SON.
si7-lyd 231 NORTH WATER STREET.
C0H0 & WILEY,
SBO NORTH WATER ST., Lancaster, .,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
LUMBER AND GOAL.
Connection With the Telephonic Exchange.
Branch Office : Ne. 3 NORTH DUKE ST.
Fer geed, clean Family and all ether kinds
of COAL go te
RUSSEL & SHULMYER'S.
Quality and Weight guaranteed. Orders re
OFFICE: 255 East King Street. YARD:
018 North Prince Street.
COAL! - - - COAL!!
GORRECHT & CO.,
Will deliver coal at the following prices :
B. D. Broken Egg and Nut $1.35
Enterprise, Broken Egg and Nut 4.3i
Steve - 4.60
Lyken's Valley, Broken, Egg and Steve. : 4.80
" " Tint AVL
All Grades Ne. 1 Pea 3.35
P. W. GOBBECHT, Agt
TO STATE FAIR
A Cordial Invitation te visit
my store, and te make use of
it during your stay in the city.
In the waiting-room, as you
enter from Chestnut street, you
may rest with ladies and chil
dren; leave parcels, checked;
and enjoy many ether little fa
cilities. I want you te see my place
and business; and te learn hew
easily, safely and advantageous
ly you can send there from your
homes for almost everything.
Chestnut. Thirteenth and Market, streets,
and City Hall Square, Philadelphia.
SELLLlna OFF FISHING TACKLE AT
Avail yourselves of this opportunity, lisher
men, te lay in at bottom prices a complete
AT FREY's PHARMACY.
Cor. N. Queen and Orange Streets.
Drugs, Chemicals at the lowest prices.
TTULL'S URDU STORE.
PURE DRUGS AND CHEMICALS.
All' Kinds of
HULL'S DRUG STORE,
15 West King St., Lancaster, Pa.
Alse a Large and Fine Assortment of
TOILET AND FANCY ARTICLES,
American, Frcnehand English PERFUMERY,
Teeth, Hair, Nail. Flesh, Cleth, Shaving and
Infant Brushes, Preparations for the Teeth,
Soaps, Hair Oils and Pomades, Trusses, Shoul
der Braces anil Supporters.
PURE GROUND SPICES.
FISHING TACKLE, RODS AND KEELS
of Every Description.
HULL'S DRUG STORE
Ne. 15 WEST KING STREET.
TweHty-sereHth Annual Exhibition
fWa ApulU Society
WILL BE HELD III
MAIN CENTENNIAL BUILDING,
FAIRM0UNT PARK, PHILAD'A.
SEPTEMBER 6 te 18.
Entries and Competition Free !
SHEEP, WOOL AND WOOL PRODUCTS.
SEPTEMBER SO te 35, 1880.
Entry Beeks will close at the Office, North
west corner of Tenth and Chestnut streets,
August 31, 1880.
$40,000 IN PREMIUMS.
CASH PRIZES FOR LIVE STOCK. S24.31S
Excursion Tickets at Urcatly Reduced Rates.
Liberal Arrangements for Transportation.
D. W. SEILER,
WILLIAM S. BISSELL,
MONUMENTAL MARBLE WORKS
758 Korea mee Street, Lancaster, Pa.
MONUMENTS. HEAD AND FOOT STONES,
CEMETERY LOTS ENCLOSED, Ac
All work guaranteed and Mtlsfactfam givcm
la every particnlar.
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