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Volume XVI Ne. 175.
LANCASTER, PA., THUESDAY, MARCH 25, 1880.
Price Twe Cents.
rCIIUSIIED KVKRT ETESIXQ,
BY STEINMAN & HENSEL,
Intelligencer JJuildlng, Southwest Cerner or
Tun Daily Itellieencer is luraished te
Mil-ciibei in the City et Lancaster and sur
rounding towns accessible by Railroad iinil
D.illv Mii' Lint's ut Tex Cents Per Week,
pavablc t' the Curriers, w eekly. I!y Mail, ." a
j ear in advance : otherwise, t.
Entered at the pest elllceut Lancaster, l'a., as
second class mail matter.
fa-The STEAM .JOl! PRINTING DEPART
M KNT et this establishment possesses unsur
jia ed laeiiities for the execution of all kinds
el Plain and Eancv Printing.
CO A J..
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in all kiniis of
LUMBER AND COAL.
ffu-Yard: Xe. 420 North Water ami Prince
stieet-, abee Lemen, Lancaster.
COAL! COAL! COAL! COAL!
Ceal or the Het Ouality put up expressly
ler l.imily use, and at the low
est iikii Uct pi Ices.
THY A SAMPLE TON.
Ce- YARD l.-JO SOUTH WATKK ST.
nr KHyil PHILIP SCHUM, SOX & CO.
ti'st i:i:ci-:ivi: a i'ink let or haled
' HAY AND STRAW, at
M. F. STEIGERWALT & SON'S,
FLOUR, GBAIN AND COAL.,
Ill NORTH WATER SI REET.
Cj-Ycsterii l'leur a Specialty. fsi'-lyd
COHO & WILEY,
:t.0 SOUTH WATUK AT., Lancaster, 1'tt.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
LUMBER AND COAL.
AKe, Contractors and Ituildcrs.
Estimates made and contracts undertaken
en all kinds et building.
Hrauch office : Xe. 3 NORTH DUKE ST.
COAL! - - - COAL!!
GORREOHT & CO.,
ter Geed and Cheap Ceal. Yard Harrisburg
Pike. Ollicc & East Chestnut hlrcet.
P. W. GOilUECHT, AgL
.1. P.. 1MI.EY.
eO-lyd W. A. KELLER.
T-OIICi: TO T1IK PU15LIC.
G. SENER & SONS.
Will continue te sell only
GEXULVE LVKEXS VALLEY
and WfLh'ESUAllllE COALS
which are the best in the market, and sell as
LOW as the LOW IT, and net only GUAR
ANTEE FULL WEIGHT, buflllowle WEIGH
OX ANY --eale in geed elder.
Alse l.'eugh anil Dressed Lumber, S.ish
Deers, ISliiuN, ,1c, nt Lewest Market Prices.
Oniceand yard northeast corner Prince and
Walnut streets, Lancaster, Pa. janl-tfil
in m:v style
Openen this day one ease et
3,000 Yards of Lawns,
te be sold at the Lew Pi ice of lO cts. per yard.
Purchasers can save at least T, cents per yard
by anticipating their wants for the coming
Warm Weather, and buying these goods new,
Neit Doer te the Court Heuse
AKI) TO tiii: ladies:
Just received a Fine Line of
Philip Schum, Sen & Ce.'s,
:is &4e wi:st kink streets.
Having added in connection witli our Large
Stock et Carpets. Yarns, .Vc, A K1NE LINE OF
DRY (i(ll)lls. such as CALICOES. 15LEACH
LI AND UNIILEACHED MUSLINS, TICK
ING'S, COTTON FLANNELS. CASlIMERKS,
P.LAClv ALPACAS, SHEETINGS,. X;'
.STYLE OK -dllRTlXG, NEW STYLE DRESS
GOOD TAI5LE LINENS. NAPKINS,
TOWELS, A;e., which we are selling at
MODERA TE 1'JilCES.
MtOOTS ASH SHOES.
If 4 QT7" i;oets. shei:s AND lasts
j.kj X made en a new principle, insur
ing comfort terthe leet.
1f "T"C! Lasts made te order.
leblt-tld IX! East King street.
MIKCUMsTANCES WILL NOT PJSKMIT
te advi:rtisi: a
REDUCTION I PRICES,
but we will de the next thing te it, viz":
We will call the attention of our friends and
customers te the fact that we have en hand a
very Large Stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
purchased before the late ADVANCE, which
wc will sell at
Strictly Old Prices.
C3,Give us a call.
43 WEST KING STREET
MA.ll MILE WORKS.
WIS.. P. FRATLEY'S
MONUMENTAL MARBLE WORKS
758 Nerm yueen Street, Lancaster, l'a.
MONUafcKXTS, HEAD AXD FOOT STONES,
CEMETERY LOTS ENCLOSED, ic.
All work guaranteed and satisfaction gi en
n every particular.
N. It. Rcmcinbcr, works at the extreme end
f North Queen street. m301
With a stock mere than double of any pre
vious season and increased facilities, we aic
prepared ter our
All our goods having been bought before this
mammoth advance in puces, uoare letailiug
MEN'S, BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S
At less than Wholesale Prices. Our Clothing
has all been manufactured in this city by Ex
cellent. Hands, anil ill compete for rit. Myle
and Workman-hip with anj thing ever shown
in Lancaster or elsewhere.
Nole Our Sample Prices:
A Stieng Iren Twist Working Suit for...$ 3..ri0
A Geed llusine-s Suit for. )."."
A ijoed Ciissimere .suit for ."0
A Geed Cheviot suit (! Styles) 8.00
A Geed Cheviot sit. Light, (s styles)... .).00
A Fine Cheviot Suit, Light, (i; Styles) ... V2.W
A Fine Dress .suit (3 Styles) 14.00
An l-M ill Dress suit (I styles) IC.ue
Asupeib Dress Suit (3 Styles) '-0.00
A Large Sleck of Stylish Pants Cheap.
BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING
In Laige Vaiiety at LOW PUICEb.
Heys' Suits from
Childien'.s Suits lrem
Gents' Furnisliing Goods, Hats,
Caps, Trunks and Valises.
Our Custom Department :
We have cirefullv selected a Large Stock el
I'OUEICX and DOMESTIC. CHEVIOT, CAS
felMEUH, DIAGONAL and WORSTED
which have been ordered before this large ad
vance in Prices. hicli we make te measure at
the OLD PltlCES.
Uusiness '-nits lieni
Die-s mi its tiem
, 3.00 up.
JSF" Please call, whet her you wi-di te jiurchase
or net. We will be pleased te show you goods.
D. GANSMAN & BR0.,
MERCHANT TAILOKS AXD CLOTHIEKS,
VV & (iS NORTH QUEEN ST.,
S. V. Cerner el Orange, Lancaster, l"a.
01 GRAM OPIM
Ha superseded all former efforts in lisilaying
a Choice Line of
Oiir order has gene out last Tall through a
leading house in Xew Yerk from their Cata
logue of Samples, ar.d come diiect from the
Embracing Colorings and Designs cxclusUely
our own. Persons in want et
had belter place their enlers early te secure
Choice Mylcs eie the line is broken. Duplicate
styles cannot be had.
We are displaying them in all their original
Ueauty and splendor, and invite all te call and
examine them whether te purchase or net, and
be convinced that Lancaster has one
having Nerve anil Pluck 1e pitchinandhandlc
Cue Latest Novelties for MEN'S WEAK.
J. K. SMALING,
121 NORTH QUEEN STREET.
V1I1SA AS1 OLASSirAlli:.
Ne. 15 EAST KING STREET,
Wheie wc are new ready te s.ce our customers
HIGH & MARTIN.
E. J. ERISMAN'S,
56 NOISTII IJUEKN STKKOT.
AS. KOSENKAUM & CO.,
. PACKERS OK LEAK TOBACCO, Ne. 22?
Prince btieet, Lancaster, Pa.
THUESDAY EVEN'G, MARCH 25, 1880.
OYER THE SEAS.
COLOGNE ON SUNDAY.
Terrer StrucU Inte the IJeiil's Cainp.
A New Jersey Kecr Sjiiller.
A Wild Western ?.lulc.
Correspondence et the Istklliekxcer.
The Oldest Portion of Cologne.
Here I am in the eldest poitien of Co
logne. On every hide aie the most tortu
ous, twisting streets, en either side of
which arc the narrowest houses, five and
six stories high, capped with the most
pointed reefs imaginable, and grouped in
the most fantastic way around the apse of
St. Martin's church. They sheet te the
left and project te the light, en the princi
ple that ground tents are something very
different from mid-air tenute. German
children arc standing in group, and laugh
as only German children cm. Frem the
high windows of a projecting story several
frauleins try in vain te get a glance and
smile from the c.indidat. Everything
seems se odd, old and almost indescriba
ble in this Colegncse street, near the
river wall. My note-book rests en
the stone wall of a building seven
handled yeais old. which in medneval
times formed part of the foitiiieatiens of
Cologne. In modem times the utilitarian
spiritit of business has eenveited it into a
wharf depot for Khinc beats. Further one
walks and having a, desire for a drink of fiesh
water, I step by a Hide fountain, which issues
lieni the old ramparts. Here I quench my
thirst as ethers have done for seven or eight
centuries, my hat serving as the glass. In
such quarters everything mast be enjoyed
in as piimitivc way as possible, se as te be
in thorough sympathy with the suriound surieund
ings. I step a moment with the children,
talk with a frau, or gaze at the lefty reefs,
se as te be in sympathy with Colegncse life.
Here I see women sweeping the narrow
street with ltule, reed brooms, while op
posite te me an old German is striking his
anvil hi the second story of an old hen.se
strange place indeed for a blacksmith shop.
A German fiuu is carrying a babe en a
pillow, ever which is a transparent cover
ing. The street is called the llafen Gasse,
and as I wander through its meandering
curves, the children gaze at me as I gaze at
their houses Soen one passes through
the Frank Gasse Ther and the landing of
the Rhine beats is i cached. One new
emerges from the intensest medheval te
the gteatest modern structuie it possesses,
the Kaiser bridge, which heie spans the
Rhine aud connects Cologne and Deutz.
At cither end is an equestrian statue in
bronze, which rests between the turrets.
The Rhine deserves such a graceful biidge
crossing its waters, especially at Cologne,
where history and romance have united te
make it se inteicsting. Standing by the
gateway one can see the houses and
chinches of ancient JDeutz, whose history
dates back te Reman times and as a for
tress it was sticngthencd by Constantine.
Xcar me a group of six Geimans, with red
healthy faces aie ganuleusly talking, and,
with their blue blouses, are in harmony
with the whole scene. Here and there one
sees a German soldier walking with a
haus-frau and kinder, aud at this very mo
ment several fearfully German-looking
children pass through the portal bare
headed arc they and struggling te master
tin cans almost as large as they arc. Here
comes a geed specimen of a Colegncse
vater, who, with steeped back and cane
in hand, is enjoying a walk. All, all is
German. Strolling up the Qaai, one sees
the Colegncse en jeying-a Sunday steamboat
excursion. Illy docs the comfort of a Rhine
beat compare with the luxury and elegance
of a Hudsen liver steamboat, the accommo
dations being very peer. "What they lack in
this is mere than compensated by the ample
freedom and enjoyment which they mani
fest, for the Rhine beats aic in their way
very palaces te these Colegncse, as pleasure
rather than comfort is what they desire.
As one stands en the Quai, watching the
excursionists, an old couple pass by. The
frau bedecked in her best Sunday, black
embroidered sac and put pic dress, is giving
the man a helping hand. Perhaps he has
been enjoying tee much beer, which in
Cologne is plentiful and cheap ; two and a
half cents a glass. "Willingly, indeed necessa
rily he clings te her arm, and they hobble
along homewards. Such arc some of the
scenes which Cologne presents te the eyes
of an American. Such is Cologne en Sun
day afternoon, when burgher aad street
monger array themselves in their best at
tire, and with frau and kinder promenade
the Quai, or enjoy an excursion en the
Rhine. These arc veritable sights, and no
overdrawn fancies, but Cologne as seen
from the Hafcn Gasse and the Frank
Gasse Ther by an American candi
Geekge Mekle Zacii.vuias.
The Conquest of a Mule.
The western pack-mule is small, sinewy,
and, like old Joey Dagsteck "teuhsir,
tough ! but de-e-vlish sly !" Most of them
arc bred from Indian ponies and arc born
en the open plains. Having previously been
lassoed and branded, when three years old
they are driven (or inveigled) into a corral
and exhibited for sale as bronches. An
untamed horse is a model of gentleness
beside them. Sometimes they are accus
tomed at once te the saddle by one of
these wonderful riders who can stick en
the back of anything that runs, and mere
rarely they arc broken te harness; but
ordinarily their pack which is generally
the only practic'ible method of transporting
freight through these rugged mountains.
The first time the pack-saddles arc put
en, the excitement may be imagined. The
gtcen mule, strong in his youth, having
been adroitly "roped" or lassoed, is led
out into an open space, stepping timidly,
but, net seeing any cause for alarm,
quietly ; before he understands what it all
means, lie finds that a noose of the raw-
hide lariat about his neck has been slipped
ever his nose, and discovers that his tor ter tor
menteis have an advantage. He pull?-,
shake his head, stands upright en
opposite ends, but all te no avail.
I he harder he pulls,
the noose pinches his
nostrils, se at
lat he comes down and
i iien a man approaches siewiy and cir
cumspectly, holding behind him a leather
blinder which he seeks te slip ever the
mule's eyes. But two long ears stand in
the way, aud the first touch of the leather
is the signal for two jumps one by the
beast and one by the man, for packers arc
wise enough in their day and generation te
fight shy of the business end of a mule.
The next attempt is less a matter of cau
tien and mere of stiength, and here the
animal has se much advantage that often
it must be lassoed again and thrown te the
It is a fine sight te witness the indigna
tion of such a fellow ! He falls heavily,
yet holds his head high and essays te lise.
But his fore feetare manicled by lopes and
his head is fast. Yet he will shake almost
fice, get upon his hind feet, stmd straight
up and dash down with all his weight in
futile efforts for Iibcity, Secured with
mei e ropes, allowed but three legs te stand
upon and cursed frightfully, he must sub
mit, though he never does it with geed
grace. It is net always, however, that this
extremity is resetted te. Seme animals
make little lcsistance while the strange
thing is being put upon their backs and
the fastenings adjusted all bat one ; but
when an effort is made te put that insti
tution called a crupper under a young
male's tail, language fails te cxpiess the
chaiactcr of the kicking! The light heels
describe an aic fiein the ground te ten
feet above it aud then strike out at a tan
gent. They cut through the air like whip
lashes and would penetrate an impediment
like bullets. But even mule flesh tiies.
Strategy wins. The ci upper is gained
and the first hard pull made upon the
sinci (as the girth is termed), which holds
firmly every hair-bieadth, and will finally
crease the contour of the mule's belly into
the semblance of Cupid's bow. But this
one pull suffices te set him springing again
bucking, new, with arched back and
head between his knees, landing en stiff
legs te jar his buulen oil", or falling full
weight en his side and rolling ever te
scrape it free. He will sit en his haunches
and hurl himself backward ; will duck his
head and tuin a somersault; finally
will stand still, tiembling with anger and
exhaustion, and let you lead him away,
The Beer Spiller.
3Ir. I)eter Pays Ten Dollars for the CasU of
Ale anil Projects a Grave for it in
Xew Yeik Herald.
A few day age Messrs. Miller it Kelly
centi United a hogshead of ale. te be sold
te the highest bidder, for the benefit of the
Iii-di famine fund. Mr. H. C. Dexter, a
painter, carpenter, builder and mason,
who get the ale, lespendcdas fellows :
I offer $10 te go te the Herald Irish peer
fund for one cask of Miller fc Kelly's ale
and will dump it into the North river,
wheie till the ale and mm and everything
that can intoxicate in this world should be
deposited : but the antediluvian lloed
would be no comparison and Xew Yerk
would go out of sight. I would therefore
suggest that these damnable compounds
should be distributed into all the oceans
and rivers throughout the world and their
manufacture forever stepped. j
A day later Mr. Dexter changed his i
mind and he issued this bulletin : ' I
have eideied Miller & Kelly te deliver the
ale in front of my deer in Bread street,
en Tuesday, March 2:5, wheie I propose te
behead it and dump the contents in the
gutter at half past three o'clock en the
same day. The leasen for making this
change is my respect and sympathy for the
fish. The Geed Boek says man shall hare
dominion ever everything that creeps,
crawls, swims or flics, but no license is
given te intoxicate fish. I theiefere hope,
trust and believe that many ether persons
will fellow my example, and gradually if
net speedily fiee this earth from all the
liquid fire it may contain ; that groceries
will be sold instead of rum, and that we
shall have no occasion te sing, ' Hush, My
Darlings, De Xet "Weep.' '
Spilling the Ilcer.
Yesteiday was the day appointed for
spilling the beer, for which Mr. Dexter
gave $10. and at eleven o'clock the follow
ing placards weie displayed each side of
the doorway :
: Captmcil at last, a kc of hecr. :
: I.clere heiiinin its vile career :
: Its bleed "11 lie spilled upon the e.uth, :
: Wheie all such should heat its birth. :
: Execution this day at S:'M p. in. :
; We'll si rikej terror into the devil's :
: camp and break up his heu- j!:evpiiif?. :
The cntcrancc te the shop was liberally
decorated with reform pictures and mot
toes of a novel chaiactcr. A, very geed
painting of the horse Dexter was gar
nished with a brief biography, as fellows :
"'This horse never indulged in drinking,
smoking, chewing, snuffing or swearing."
The' effect of these cards was te draw an
immense crowd, until the street was se
blockaded that a repetition of a Black
Friday mob seemed inevitable, and Mr.
Dexter argued if the thoroughfare became
impassable at one o'clock (two hours be
fore the hour appointed for knocking in
the head) lie might stand a chance of be
ing interviewed by the police. Se he went
te the Xew street station and conferred
with the captain. That official coolly cast
his eye ever the ground, and, after due
meditation, said he was of the opinion
that it would be best net te desecrate the
streets with sixty gallons of beer. He
did net knew just what the beaid of health
regulations en the subject were, but for all
he knew the act might be a violation of
some ordinance ersanitary edict of that life
prolonging institution, therefore he advised
the Bread street citizen net te stretch the
bounds of the law, but rather postpone
his ceremonies until further information
might be obtained. Mr. Dexter went back
te the crowd and told them that theie
would be no beer visible. This was a
bombshell te the boys with tin cans who
had been standing preping up the lamp
posts for two hours. Earnest entreaties
were made for permission te carry off the
ale then and theie. "Xe, gentlemen,'"
said Mr. Dexter, "I shall keep it under
lock and key until I can destroy its
fatal pangs in some ether way."
The fifteen or twenty boys, who
who had survived en hope since ten
o'clock, sent up a howl of disappointment,
and the tramps who had thoughtlessly
allowed their mouths te water ever the
prospect of making a raid en the gutter
when the beer should be spilled huug their
heads in despair and walked up te the sub
treasury for fresh air.
A visit was then made te the interior of
Mr. Dexter's citadel of temperance and
paint. The reporter found a middle aged
gentleman, totally unlike even the most
luxurious reformers. He looked like a
shrewd, thrifty broker, who spent his
spare hours en the turf and at clubs. His
attire was rich and faultless, while an ex
traordinary solitaire diamond blazed en
his besom with the splendor of a winter
star. A lady book canvasser came in.
"Xething te-day, thank you. madame. "
said he, slipping a coin into her palm.
She vanished quicker than a ten-dollar
bill at a church fair. "The cashier wants
te beiTOw your pocket rule, " lisped a
spruce messenger from a neighboring
bank. " Take it : take anything you can
lay your hands en. " answered the pain
ter. Anether messenger wauted te ber
row a saw. " All light ; no charge. Take
everything you can find ; " and for an hour
this strange scene went en, until it seemed
as if he were the industrial purveyor of
" Is this the kind of business you de ?"
'" I lend te any respectable neighbor.
Make people happy if you want te pros
per." "Is it true that you distribute money?"
"Yes. On the last Friday in every
month, at half-past three o'clock sharp. I
have men scatter money dollars and half
dollars and pennies."
""Who gets it'."'
"Millionaires andbeggcis. But itmakes
the peer boys happy. I low can I afford te
deit'.' By giving what ethers spend for
rum and champagne. Here is the card I
hangeut: 'A grand antediluvian scrab
bling match takes place en the last Friday
of every month at half-past three p. m.,
sharp. Bread and "Wall.' Make a man
happy and he will never forget it. Meney
gees further and deeper than anything
Mr. Dexter said he was born in Ver
mont, reared in Xew Hampshiie and edu
cated in Xew Yerk. He began as a farmer,
then went into real estate, then painting.
He had employed men twenty years, and
never lest a man nor heaid a complaint.
" When business was geed, seven years
age, " said he, "I gave seventeen of them
turkey dinners every day, with vegetables
and coffee. Xew I give them dinners very
frequently, and they will de anything for
me. I have my own views, and if a man
doesn't agiee with me I de net abuse him.
I am an open communion Baptist, but I
attend Dr. Talinage's church heenuse he
is an honest man. If a man never specu
lates he is smarter than any broker can be.
"We cannot take our money out of the
weild. What ;i man gives away he keeps;
what he keeps he loses and the devil gets it.
I am net lich nor am I peer. Meney should
be kept moving. I ewe no one and I pay
cash en the spot, otherwise business
men would have a light te call me crazy
for scattering money. Business must be
controlled by common sense. I de net
think these who picked up my money
used it te buy gin. A generous gift ex
cites the best impulses in a man and leads
the bad te lcfeim. Seven years age I was
mere liberal, for I was making money as
fast as a horse could it draw down hill en
ice. In legard te beer, it is net se bad as
whiskey, but it leads te whiskey. I shall
take this caslc te Jersey, dig a grave and
have the contents buried. I will invite
the English Salvation girls te assist at
the funeral.'' " And I'll supply carriages,
if you wish," ejaculated a rich bystander.
"I hope it will net strike China," re
joined Mr. Dexter, as he gave the reporter
tiie following motto :
II' M.LTIII: l:NKSIN WALLSTTUirr ISIIUAK.
AMI .ONDO.V OOI.sTO SMVSH,
im:i.si:.nt eii:eiii:civ atzien's iimc,
am)tiu:n you'll r.wr vens cash.
21 ILL ISJ.'Ji V A Sit TllIMJllXGS.
We are new receiving daily all the Latest
Styles and Novelties in
Bennets, Feathers, Flowers and Fancy
Keep the Larycsi Stock, the Latest Styles and
Finest (..oeils, at the Lewest Prices in our city,
i-llulten Lisle Cleves, lu, 1-2 and 1.1c. -J-Iland
Lisle Cleves, 21. IV) and :e. 3-llaitfI Lisle
Gloves. 28, ."U and Sic. Kid Gloves, .".lie, 73c, I 00
and 31.2'i per pair. Fer a Geed Gleve yote
II AUOHTON'e. Ker a Handsome
CREPE HAT OR B0MET
;e te HAUGHTON'S, for they keep them from
i.".(iO, !.". ?;."'). $l.s7 up. Crepe Veils, Finest
Qualities, $Z.n, f!.5(), ? l.T.'i. t; W and fS.OO apiece.
Fer the Cheapest and Ilest Crepes go te
HAUGHTON'S. If you want Handsome
Fe:"f 1.0.1. l.l0and l.2iKO te HAUGHTON'S.
If veu want Hie Finest Sat ins All shades, lrem
fl.OO te -Jl.i-., go te HAUGHTON'S, for they
I;ei p the Finest teclc in the city.
It you want te see a Fine Variety of
Black Silk Fringes,
for Si, .V.. .V), CJ and 7.1e. FINE SADOLIIU'S
siILK KKIXGKs). lrem ."0c te J1..VI per yard,
GltAsS F1MNGF.. for :. .VI. .. S7eand fL.Vi
pi ryaid, COLOIMH) KKINdES, in all the New
.shades, at .V), 7."c and fl.OO per yard. Ker
Fringes go te HAUGHTON'S.
FIXE LINEN IIANDKEKCIIIEFS,
.-, fi. 8. 10c and up. P.OUDKUED HANDKEI!
CIIIEF.S, 10, IS and ilc. Wide Laces, 5, 0 and
sc. Ilietenne Laces. 10, l.", i" and ."0e. Fine
Landaiick Laces, -JO, '2.1 and .VJc. line Km Km
lireideries from ."e te $2.00 per yard, Ladies,
ter the Finest Variety of
M. A. HAUGHTON'S,
Xe. 25 NORTH QUEEN ST.,
Fer they keep the Ilcst Stock in the city.
J-'OUSltL-llS ASIt 3IAC1IIXISTS.
SHOP ON PLUM STREET,
OrresiTEiuE Locomotive Works.
The subscriber continues te manufacture
BOILERS AND STEAM ENGINES,
Fer Tanning and i her purposes ;
Sheet-Iren Werk, and
C3 Jobbing promptly attended te.
auglS-lyd JOHN BEST.
rpitY LOCHEK'S COUGH 8YKUP.
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THE GRAND DEPOT
IS THE LARGEST RETAIL HOUSE in the United States
exclusive of New Yerk City. It carries DOUBLE THE
STOCK of any Retail Heuse in Philadelphia.
Buyers are Sure of Seeing the LARGEST ASSORT
MENT of Newest Goods. A System of Business is ob
served that Ensures PERFECT SATISFACTION.
A CORDIAL INVITATION is Extended te all who
The New Stock for Spring is Just Opened.
13th Street, Market te Chestnut,
SPRING- DRESS GOODS!
SPRING DRESS GOODS!
SPRING DRESS GOODS!
H AGER & BROTHER
Are new opening NEW SPUING DUESS GOODS in all the Latest Shades.
NOVELTIES IN FRENCH DRESS GOODS!
NOVELTIES IN ENGLISH DRESS GOODS 1
FULL LINES OF AMERICAN DRESS GOODS!
Krcnch Grenadine. Plain and Lace nunting. Cretonnes, Chintzes Canten Press Ging
hams and seersucker. Black Cashmere Silks, in all qualities, lrem 7."ie. te $1.'23 per yard. Celer
ed silks, new shades, Trimming Silks, Satins aud Pekins.
Of best make, imported in all qualities. Silk Warp, Henriettas, Crepe Cleth and Tamise.
Genuine Kid Gloves trem 2 te ; button, in Black Celers. White and Opera Shadeii. LIsh)
Gloves, 2,::and 1 Elastics, Lisle Gloves, Lace Tep, Silk Gloves Black and Celers, '2, li and 4
Elastic. White Goods, Lace Goods, Hosiery and Corsets.
J. B. MARTIN & CO.
AKE NOW OFKEUING SPLCIAL VALUE IN
Black Silks and Black Cashmeres.
Our lines of these goods were selected w itli Great Care, and ler Excellent Celer and Dura
bility of Wear they aie unexcelled.
LATEST NOVELTIES FOR SPRING WEAR.
FINE FANCY HOSIERY!
r'er Ladies, Gents and Children. UNDEItWEAIL Light and Heavy Weight, for Ladies, Gents
OUR DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT
Contains all the Favorite Brands of Muslins, sheetings. Tickings. Linen Damasks, &c, which
we are selling at Lew Pi ices. Carpets, Wall Paper, (iueensware, Oil Cleths ahd Prime Feathers
J. B. MARTIN & CC.
EDW. J. ZAHM, Jeweler,
AMERICAN & FOREIGN WATCHES,
Sterling Silver and Silver-FIated Ware,
Clocks, Jewelry and Ami Tinted Spectacles.
We Offer our patrons the benelit of our long experience in business, by which we are able
te aid them in making the best use of their money in any department of our business. We
manufacture a large part of the goods we sell, and buy only lrem First-Class Houses. Every
article sold accompanied with a bill stating its quality.
tcB-Kirst-Class Watch and General Hcpalring given special attention.
S. E. BAILY.
S. E. BAILY & Ce.,
CARRIAGES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION!
Offlce and Warerooms, 430 and 432 North Queen Street.
431 and 433 Market Street, Lancaster, Pa.
We are new ready for SPBIXG TRADE, with a Fine Assortment of
B i, Carriages, FWeas, Market Wapes, k.
Having purchased our stock for cash, before the recent advance, wc are enabled te eflcr
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS IX PKICE. We will keep in stock BUGGIES OK ALL GRADES
and PRICES te .suit all classes et customers. SPECIAL BARGAIXS IS MARKET WAGOX8.
Give u a call. AH work fully wan an ted one year.
BROWNING'S C. & C. CORDIAL,
Fer COUGHS, COLDS, BRONCHITIS, HOARSENESS, TICKLING or DRYNESS
of the THROAT, SORE THROAT, COLD in the HEAD, CROUP, INFLU
ENZA, WHOOPING COUGH, COLD in the BOWELS, ASTHMATIC
COUGHS, and RELIEF OF CONSUMPTIVES.
Dr. IJROWXIXG is a regular graduate of medicine, a skillful pharmacist, and a thorough
chemist. His "C. & C." (Cough anil Celd) Cordial Is net the resultef mere chance, bntef long
scientific research in chemistry and medicine, as Is plainly seen by the rapidity of its action
and its unparalleled eillcacy. The expense in its manulacturc is at least live times as great as
that et any ether medicine upon the market, and yet it is sold at the exceedingly low price et
50c. d Sample bottles (for a short time only) 25c.
W. CHAMPION BROWNING, M. D., Proprietor,
117 ARCH STREET,
tO-FOR SALE BY
W. W. BAILY.
of and Dealers in
TIIE PROPRIETOR AND ALL DRUGGISTS.