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Volume XVI-Ne. 252. LANCASTER, PA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1880. Price Twe Certs. Uf aOfte U l CLOTHING. J. K. SMALING. TEE ARTIST TAILOR. Opening te-day of a large and select line of English Novelties FOU SUMMER WEAR. Trepicals, Serges and Rep Worsteds, BANNOCKBURN CELTIC CHEVIOTS. GAMBROON PARAMATA A XI) BATISTE CLOTHS. SEERSUCKERS. VALENCIAS, PAROLE AND MOHAIR COATINGS. Linens in Great Variety. Wilterd'.-. Padded Ducks in Plain and Fancy Styles. A Large Asseitiucnl of Fancy Ml All tlie latest novelties of tlie season. Tlie public aie cerdialiy invited te examine our Muck, which we claim te be the handsomest and most recherche ever ellered ler the het ueather. I. K. SMALING, ARTIST TAILOR, 121 NORTH OUEEN STREET. Spring Opening SM CENTRE SQUARE. We have fin sale ler the coining reasons an Immense Stock of I et our own manuiaclure, which comprises the Latest and Most STYLISH DESIGIS. Come and see our NEW GOODS which is larger and composed el tlie best styles te he ieunil in the city. 1 B. Hostetler & Sen, 24 CENTRE SQUARE. 2fi-lyd LANCASTER. PA f1 I I AT H. GERHART'S Tailoring Establishment, MONDAY, APRIL 5. Having just returned from the Xcw Yerk Woolen Market, I am new prepared te exhibit one of the Best Selected Stocks of WOOLENS -FOR THE Spring; ai Sim He, j:ver brought te this city. Nene but the very best of ENGLISH, FRENCH AKD AMERICAN FABRICS, in all the Leading Styles. Prices as low as the low est, and all goods warranted as represent ed, at H. GERHART'S, Ne. 51 North Queen Street. EURNITURE. MM OF ALL KINDS XT SHORT NOTICE. My arrangement are new completed te de Kcgiiding in lirst-class manner and at reason able prices. THE NEW PICTURE FRAME STORE, 15 East King Street. WALTER A. HEINITSH. TINWARE, AC' I i . . . , iirri'VY iuut Alf iii vc FIRST-CLASS REFRIGERATOR, With Enameled Water Tank, at SHERTZER, HUMPHREVILLE KIEFFER'S, Ne. 40 East King Street, Lancaster, Pa. rail Rente Hid OUTITMl PENM mm dry WHO IS 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. JOHN WANAMAKER. SILKS. SUMMER SILKS. Stripes, modest, medium and bold $0 45 Jaspe checks and stripes f0 Cheeks en solid ground 55 Chene stripes, shaded ii "Mille Raye," extra quality 75 Best imported, 20 inches, great variety 1 00 BLACK SILKS. (Jres-grain perren and taffetas $0 75 Fine or heavy cord gres-grain and persan. !X) Six makes, foreign and American, jet or raven black, heavy and light 1 00 Caeiiemire linish, 24 inches, Bellen, Alex andre and American 1 23 Caeiiemire linish, "super" quality, 21 inches, foreign 1 SO Kid linish, high lustre,cichemire,2l incites 1 75 Bennet, 21 inches 2 00 COLORED SILKS. Geed quality, all colors $0 75 l.yens, extra lustre, heavy corn, zumencs. I Best, ter walkinir suits. 22 inches. liich and elegant iini-h, 22 inches.. FOULARDS. Showy Brilliant and licit BROCADES. ltlitek, polka dots, etc Colen:! I Colored, new designs Novelties 50 .$0 50 $0 IK) 1 00 1 25 1 50 GAUZE AND GRENADINE STRIPES. A large quantity just bought te clear an im im peitcr's sleck, lecetttly sold by Us at $2.30, we ate newsellingat $1 00 SILKS are in next outer ciiele east from the Chestnut street entrance. BLACK GOODS. GRENADINES. Mexican, silk and wool 50, 0-!, 73,83 Silk and wool striped.. .. 75, $1, $1 23, SI 50, $1 75 Lyens ilamassus 5. 75, 85, $1 00 Pirns, silk ami wool , $1 23, $1 50 Lvetts, all silk dumasscs $1 3?y.,$l 50, $1 75, "2, $2 40, $3. PLAIN BUNTINGS. American, , $0 2C, .25 .:il .37. American, i;-4, $0 50, .S .75. French, 2"5 inches, $0 31 .37. French, Mi inches, 0 44 .50 S,iy, .75 French, 40 inches, $0 85, $1, SI 10. LACE BUNTINGS. We have nearly everything te be found in the mat kets et the world. ii inches, $0 ..7. .50 .Ce. 41 inches, $1, $1 25. Lupin's Pari-., original color, and we beliec almost the last in Philadelphia: 21 inches $0 55 4ii incites 1 10 NUN'S VEILING (for dresses). 13 inches 75, $ I 00 0-4 1 50, $1 7 BLACK GOODmmc in the next outer circle west from the Chestnut street cnttaiice. 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. JOHN WANAMAKER. Chestnut, Thirteenth, Market and Juniper, jc7-cedtf SPECIAL NOTICE. GEJSTTS' STJMMEE WEAK. LIGHT WEIGHT WORSTED SUITINGS, LIGHT WEIGHT CHEVIOT SUITINGS. BLUE AND BLACK FLANNEL SUITINGS, FRENCH DKAP 1E ETE SUITINGS. LINEN DUCKS AND DRILLS. SUMMER CLOTHING. SILK AND LAWN NECK WEAR, LINEN COLLARS AND CUFFS, BALBRIGGAN AND FANCY HOSIERY, SUSPENDERS, Ac, &c. Gents' Gauze Shirts, Gents' Gauze Drawers, White Jean Drawers. HAGER & BROTHER, NO. 25 WEST KESTG STREET. SPECIAL BARGAINS AT THE NEW YORK STORE. One Case Figured Dress Goods, Spring Shades, 10c a yard ; sold everywhere at 12c. One Case Twilled Beiges. 12c a yard; worth 17c. One Case Plain Beiges, 12c a yard ; regular price 20c. 500 SHETLAND SHAWLS in Cardinal, Blue and White, 50c each, would be cheap at $1. JUST OPENED AN IMMENSE STOCK.OF PARASOLS AND SUNSHADES, At less than Manufacturer's Prices. GREAT BARGAIN. 100 24-inch Silk Parasols at $1.25 usual price $1.75. Watt, Shand & Company, ' S AND 1 0 EAST KING STREET. REMOVALS. DR. S. It. FOREMAN, (PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON), Removed trem Ne. 18 Seuth Prince street te Ne. 211 West King street, Lancaster, Pa. rm24-3nul GOODS. UNDER ? DRESS GOODS. COTTOX. Seersuckers, blue, brown and gray , $0 12 siripes, nest patterns.. Seersuckers, fancv colored strines. u Seersuckers, Yenr, lull assortment et stripes and colors Zephyr Ginghams, choice, net te be letind elsewhere at any price Zephyr Ginghams, plaid and stripes Zephyr Ginghams, bandana Dress Ginghams Handkerchief Ginghams and plain col ors te match Dress Cheviots Tantise cloth, ecru, cashmere border..... Chintz, polka dot, indigo, ler suits Coehece Cambrics, choice 18 12i 20 18 11 V04 MX w 10 Pacilic Cretonnes, great, variety. ..$0 10, l2Jrf. 15 Jacenet Lawn?,, Frere Kerchlin 20 Pacific Lawns, great variety $0 10, 12, 13 Cambric striped lawns TH Jacenet lawns, last colors 05 Lace lawns, white, tinted and solid cel ered grounds , Memie cloths, printed COTTON AND WOOL. 12 1 Lace Buntings, all colors and black. Deheiges, twilled Mehairs, plain Mehairs, twilled Mehairs, silk-checked Mehairs, silk-stiiped Mehairs, plaid Mehairs, Knglislt Mehairs, ;English, clouded M ehair lustres Cashmeres, coachmen's colors Suitings, English, lancy ALL WOOL. .$0 23 . 10 . 25 - Vl 25 . 25 . 25 - KK . IS let' . 15 . 20 Lace Buntings, colors and black. .:i'4, 50, Plain buntings of a new style, distinct from the old and decidedly better than any ether, all colors. 24 inches. .. ..... ....... 25 34 inches, double f old'.'.".'.'. . .40, 50, 00. Deheiges, French, cashmere-twilled, 22 inches Deheiges, French, tatreta : 22 inches 32 inches, double leld 42 inches, double fold 45, Cashmeres, French : 32 inches 30 inches Slieda cloth, French, 4C inches Memie cloth. French $1 Crape cloth, French 1 CO CO 37J 50 75 00 00 LINENS. ' SIX SPECIMEN PRICES. These arc fair samples et the bargains we have been giving ter weeks in Linens : Hack Tewel, large and heavy $0 25 Huck Tewel, German, knotted fringe. . . '23 Glass Toweling, per yard 12J- German bleached Table Linen 75 German Napkins, per dozen 2 '25 Star Linen, 2e inches, per yard 12 Fhilnilelphia. MW&F GKA1N SPECULATION In large or small amounts. $25 or $20,000 V rite W. T. SOULE & CO., Commission Mer chants, 130 La Salle street, Chicago, HI., for cir culars. m28-iyd 11KY LOCHER'S KjsMuwNED COUGH . SYKUP Lancaster fntelltgntcrr. WEDNESDAY EVEN'G, JUNE 23, 1880. NEBRASKA CITY. A WIDE-AWAKE AND ENTERPRISING TOWN IN THE FAK WEST. A Fermer Intelligencer Hey's Opinion of Ills New Heme Saloons and Churches, Equally Plentiful Otee County, the Great American Desert That Has been Made te Blessem as the Rese. HOW TO TRAVEL. Seme Seasonable Suggestions A bent Tourists Outfits Trunks and Traveling Dresses, Linen Dusters, the New Ulsters anil the Useful Gossamer AYaterjiroef. Nebraska City, June C, 18SC. Nebraska city is beautifully located en the west branch of the Missouri river and is bounded en either side with hills which add te the attractiveness of the city Kearney Height, which is cast of the city, is a beautiful place in summer time. It is about 230 feet above the river. Frem this height, three states can be plainly seen, viz : Iowa, Missouri and Nebraska. Tha high bluffs, in Iowa, where the Omaha Indian formerly reamed, can be seen for many miles, lending additional charms te the view. At the feet of the height is a large lish pond and bathing pond which will be a pleasant place for the city folks this summer. Coming this way a little further we find the II. B. & Q. and K. C, St. Jee & 0. 13., and B. & M. depot, which is at the ex treme eastern part of the city. Censidera ble smiting is done here, and many cars arc sent out and received daily. Mere live stock is shipped from this point than any one place in the west. Chicago is the chief market point. Last week a packet line was inaugurated en the Missouri bo be twecn Omaha and St. Leuis, and this place alone shipped 25,000 bushels of coin at one saipment. Nebraska City has a distillery, plow fac tory, machine shop, vinegar works, fence wire manufactory anil the usual number of dry goods stoics, druggists ( by the way, Nebraska City can beast of having one of the finest drug stores west of the Missouri, owned by Slean & Bacen, and under the management of my friend " Hank " Shu man), two banks, four first-class hotels, two dozen or mere groceries and the usual number of ether shops. Moreover Nebras ka City can beast of having as many Fa loons as any ether city in this country. There are only about twenty-six and one or two mere in progress of opening. Don't you think these ought te be able te supply a population of about 6,000 ? Amenjjsr these are a few very fine saloons ( se they tell me ), and the most popular beer at present is Milwaukee. The town is also well supplied with churches, perhaps meic than are well pa tronized, although we have many geed, religious people here. We also have a fair ground, located about one mile west of the city, and having as fine a track as can be found in this western country. A few weeks age we had a grand time out en the fair grounds, the occasion being the meeting of the State Sportsmen's associa tion. Among the noted persons who at tended this meeting were Bogardus and his son, and Erb, the three champion rille shots. Bogardus made the glass balls fiy in every direction. Over 23,000 birds were killed during the tournament, which last ed four days, We also have a fine courthouse and jail combined, the central Nebraska City which is situated in part of the city is the county scat of Otee county. Twenty-five years have come and gene, with their summer heats and winter snows, since the early frontiersman came te this country, and the old pioneer of these days, had be net continued te re side in Otee and watch its progress, would scarcely recognize the then barren country whose appearance would almost excuse the old geographers for calling it the Great American Desert, in the Nebraska of new. The gently-falling rain and warm sun shine have combined with the tickling of the rich soil by the plowshare of the hus bandman te make it one of the most beau tiful counties in the "West, as well as one of the richest. Many of you Eastern folks, who have no knowledge of the beauties of this country, would open your eyes in un disguised wonder at the sights of orchards and groves as fine as these in many of the elder states, which have been planted, cared for and tended by the festering hand of the hardy pioneer who, in the days gene by, when it was only the few brave, ener getic and enterprising men who fearlessly took their lives in their hands,- came te develop the resources of this desert wilder ness. This spring and summer has brought us many storms, and we are having almost a continual blew. These storms don't last ever a few minutes, but when it be gins te blew it is sure te keep up for the night or day without fail. On Saturday the wind blew at a terrible rate, and about five o'clock a rain set in. As the afternoon were away the wind in creased and at eight o'clock was blowing at the rate of 55 miles per minute. It was impossible for pedestrians te keep their feet. Hats flew high, um brellas were turned inside out, dry geed boxes rolled around the streets, trees were blown down, windows blown in, signs creaked en their hinges, and the wind howled ; in general, making it a dismal Saturday night. The Press has merged from an evening te a morning paper, and I have been placed en the "rocks." I can't tell what success I will meet with, but hope I will be able te de justice te both proprietors and boys. I don't like this night work much, al though the salary is geed. My friend Shuman and I still hang out ever the drug store en the corner and some gay times we have. When we Pennsyl- vanians all get together, we make Herns J. R. D. howl. Hints te Tourists. Philadelphia Times. The best trunks incemggifcly for long journeys and hard wear arWbf sole leather. The baggage-smasher cannot harm them They rise elastic from rough tumbles, and with barely moderate care they last'a life time or longer. Besides, they are models of convenience, and cloth-lined compart ments make them almost equal te il bureau. But with all this they are ex pensive, and it is only the few who buy them in the larger sizes. Smaller sole leather tiunks are in the well-known steamer trunk shape fiat, like a large valise with handles en the side, aud opening in the same way in the center. These arc the best trunks for gentlemen en land or sea and held a wardrobe suffi ciently extensive for a journey round the world, the wants of men in that respect being small as compared with these of women a dress suit and white tie occupy ing but little space in a trunk. Next en the catalogue in quality aud price come solid leather trunks, heavy, and te the uninitiated closely resembling the genuiue sole leather, and costing half as much. Thus it happens sometimes that tl.c inexperienced in search of a bargain buys one of these, supposing it sole leather, and finding it no great thing after all, has his, or mere frequently her, own opinion of sole leather trunks forever afterwards. In truth, these last are no better than the or dinary leather-covered trunk, with stout oaken frame, iron-bound and clasped, and which is the style usually purchased by prudent buyers. Such a trunk lasts for years, with only moderate repairs. Their price ranges from ten te twenty dollars, according te bize and linish, inside linings, etc. Canvas-cevered trunks in the same style but, as the names indicates, covered with canvas instead of leather, come next, and are as much cheaper, as canvas is less costly thau leather. Tin trunks are strong, but very heavy, and the cost of extra baggage when traveling causes their use te be principally confined te that of packing tiunks. Composition, i. e., paper trunks, are the lowest priced article made, and improve in quality every year. Still, concieutieus dealers de net recommend them, and but few journeys with many changes of cars aie necessary te batter f them hopelessly. in truth, in spite of all that is said en the subject, it is net every traveller who knows hew lemerselcssly baggage is tossed about. The baggage car is tee far from observation, and the passenger remains in blissful ignorance while her Saratoga is rudely pitched oil' the main train as it pauses for two minutes only and is bump ed around afterward by the truckman. Partly this is her own fault, and that it is due somewhat te the unwieldincss of the trunk. A heavy packed Saratoge is a difficult thing te handle. Ne one man, as a rule, can lilt it, aud thus in self defense it is pulled and hauled about as best may be, aud often, if net always, much mere roughly than is necessary. The best pro tection against the natural consequence of such usage is .a strong trunk strap, or Let ter still, though less slightly, a rope tied around the tiunk both ways se that it is corded like a parcel. In England trunks are regularly corded thus for long jour neys. The favorite material for summer travel ing dresses are bunting and albatres cloth a firm, soft woolen, which is in reality a species of bunting. They are simply made and trimmed with silk or pchaps satin of the same shade and often with the dress material only. A favorite model is the surteut lined with silk, worn ever a sheit skirt with a single pleating at the feet. Conservative ladies still cling te the basque and evcrskirt, or rather skirts se trimmed as te simulate a short skirt with simply draped evcrskirt. Such suits are almost invariably in quiet, dark colors. Travel ing dresses said te be popular iu New Yeik are of faucy lace buntings, lined through out with orange or cardinal silk or satin. But these arc tee gay for Philadelphia ladies West Walnut street prides itself, justly, en its correct and critical taste and never dresses conspicuously when traveling. A handsome traveling dress recently made for a wealthy bride was of Chuddah, of coachman's drab shade, made up .ever silk and trimmed with satin. The skirted coat basque had a wide Directerie cellar of satin, above which was a higlnstanding cellar, with the points turned ever in front. The skirt foundation was of silk, but this is net visible, as it is mere stylish te show only the wool goods in this cos tume. At the feet is the narrow pleating of the drab satin, and this is nearly con cealed by a tucked flounce" of the Chuddah that falls ever it. This is a straight, scantily gathered flounce, four yards around, and begins at the knee ; it has a hem a linger deep, with a tuck of the same depth above it, and there arc eight rows of stitching en the upper part of the hem, and also en the tuck. This straight flounce gives "the effect of a straight round skirt, though the silk below is narrowly gored. Above this is a fully-draped apron of the Chuddah, permanently attached te the silk skirt. A triple ruche of box-pleated satin is set en te border the apron, and conceal where it is joined te the head of the flounce. Such a dress as this is of course expected te serve as a walking suit also ; indeed, in this day of short skirts any street dress suitable for morning and for shopping, may be worn for traveling also, if protected by a duster. Linen dusters are falling into disfavor except for short journeys. Frequent laun dryings seen bring their prices en a level with and above that of the most stylish mohair duster which is fast superceding them. But the most elegant dusters of all worn only by the exclusive few,are of India pongee or Japanese tussere in ecru shades. These cost $25 each, and when made te order sometimes cost as much as $50. Since they have no trimmings except the buttons the difference lies chiefly in these. Thus between two pongee ulsters exactly alike, except for the buttons, the differ ence in price was ten dollars, the mere ex pensive being trimmed with delicately carved pearl buttons, while these of the ether are simply of polished bone. The new ulster is by no means the loose haggy garment which first appeared under that name. It is rather a long, half fitting surteut, closed iu all the seams except the fronts which buttons te the very edge of the skirt and is by no means unbecoming when well made. Among the most useful of garments for travelers as indeed for all ethers is the gos samer waterproof, and the Gossamer Rub ber Clothing company are in reality public benefactors who descrve the success which they have met. They are made of Scotch gingham, coated with a preparation which is totally impervious te water. A prac tical illustration of this is given at Wana makers Grand Depot, where for months past a basin formed of gossamer rubber stretched ever a frame has been kept filled with water for weeks at a time and as yet shows no leaks. Equipped in one of these waterproofs, if the dress is well tucked up underneath, the traveller need have no fear of reaching her destination damg and uncomfortable, no matter hew many changes must be made in a pouring rain. In addition te all this, they are of a wonderfully light weight, and each one is provided with a neat case for holding it when net in use. Salt water does net injure them, and a writer in the Queen (Londen) recommends them warmly for yachting tours and sea voyages generally. MJCMCAX. GUTICURA Miracles of Healing Unparalleled in Medical History. " I have been afflicted for twenty years with an obstinate skin disease, called by some 51. D.s' psoriasis and ethers, Ieprosv,cemmencing en my scalp, and in spite of all I could de, with the help et the most skilful doctors, it slowly but surely extended, until a year age this winter it covered my entire person In form of dry scales. Fer the last three years I have been unable te de any labor, and suffer ing intensely all the time. Every morning there could be nearly a dustpantul of scales taken from the sheet of my bed, some of them halt as large as the envelope containing this letter. In the latter part et winter my skin commenced cracking open. I tried everything, almost, that could be thought of, without any relief. The 12th of June I started West in hopes I could teach the Het Springs. I reached Detroit and was se low I thought I should have te go te the hospital, but dually get as far as Lansing, Mich., where I had a sister liv ing. One Dr. treated me about two weeks, but did me no geed. All thought 1 had but a short time live. I earnestly prayed te die. Cracked through the skin all ever my back, aciess my ribs, arms, hands, limbs, feet badly swollen, tee nails canto etf,tinger nails dead ami hard as bone, hair dea:l, dry and litclcss as old straw. O, my Ged ! hew I did sutler. 'Aly sister, Mrs. E. II. Davis, 'had a small part of a box of Cuticura in the house. She wouldn't give up; said,' We will try Cuticura.' emc was applied en one hand and arm. Eureka ! there was relief; stepped the terrible burning sensation trem the word go. They immediately get the Cuticuka Reselvent Cu- ticuka and Cuticuua Seap. 1 commenced by taking one tablespoentul of Reselvent three times a day, alter meals: had a bath once a day, water about l)Ioed heat: used Cuticura Seap Ireely; applied Cuticura morning and evening. Result, returned te my home in just six weeks trem time I left, and my skin as smooth as this sheet of paper. "HIRAM E. CARPENTER, " Hendersen, Jeffersen, County, JV. Y. "Sworn te betore me this nineteenth day of January, 18SI). " A. M. Lepkinewell, Justice of the Peace. We hereby certify that we are acquainted with the alercsaid ;lliram E. Carpenter and knew his condition te have been as stated. We believe his statement te be true in every par ticular. L.B. Simmons &Son.Merch'ts,IIendcrsen,N.Y. G. A. Thompson, Merchant, " " A. A. Davis, Millard E. Joiner, Jehn Carpenter, " " A. M. Letlingwell, Attorney and Counseller-at-Law, " Ccricciii Rituemes arc prepared "by WEEKS & POTTER, Chemists and Druggists, W Wash ington street, Bosten, and aie ler sale by all Druggists. Price et Cuticuka. a Medical Jelly, small boxes, 50 cents; large boxes, $1. Cuti cuka Kkselvum:, a New Bleed I'urilier, $1 per bottle. Cuticuka. Mekicin'al Toilet Seap, 25 cents, CuTiCTitA Medicinal Shavime Seap, 15 cunt: in bars ler Barbers and large customers, 50 cents. MALT BITTERS, MALT BITTERS, MALT BITTERS, MALT BITTERS. A Feed and a Medicine. The Purest, Safest and Most Powerful 'Be 'Be steratlve In Medicine for Feeble and Exhausted Constitutions, Nervous and General Debility, Con sumption and Wast ing Diseases. may 22 lmdW&S&w ROOKS AXlt STATIONERY. lyriSW STATIONERY! New, Plain and Fancy STATIONERY. Alse, Velvet and Eastlake PICTURE FRAMES AND EASELS. at L. M. FLYNN'S 00K AND STATIONERY STORE, Ne. 42 WEST KING STREET. JOM BAER'S SOIS, IS and 17 NORTH QUEEN STREET, LANCASTER, PA., have in stock a large assortment of BOOKS AND STATIONERY. Attention is invited te their FAMILY AND PULPIT BIBLES Teachers' Bibles, Sunday Scheel Libraries, Hymnals, Prayer Boeks,j HYMN BOOKS AND MUSIC BOOKS Fer Sunday Schools. FINE 11EWABD CABDS. SUNDAY SCHOOL REQUISITES of all kinds. FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS. T ANCASTEK BOILER MANUFACTORY, SHOP ON PLUM STREET, Opposite the Locekotivx Works. The subscriber continues te manufacture BOILERS AND STEAM ENGINES, Fer Tanning and ether purposes ; Furnace Twlers, Bellows Pipes, Sheet-Iren Werk, and BlacksmI thing generally. JS- Jobbing promptly attended te. auglS-lyd JOHN BEST. GROCERIES. ySJJlOL.SXVB AND RETAIL. LEVANT'S FLOUR AT Ne. 227 NORTH PRINCE STREET. dl7-lyd ED U CATION AL. mHK ACADEMY CONNECTED WITH X Franklin and Marshall College eilers su Serier advantages te young men and boys who esire either te prepare for college or te obtain a thorough academic education. Students re ceived at any time 'during the school year Send for circulars. Address REV. JAMES CRAWFORD, ctll-lvd Lancaster. Pa. JEWELERS. LOUIS WEBER, WATCHMAKER. Ne. 159K NORTH QUEEN STREET, near 1. R. R. Depot, Lancaster, Pa. Geld, Stiver and Nickel-cased Watches, Chains, Clocks, Ac Agent ter the celebrated Pantascepic Specta cles and Eye-Glasses. Repairing a specialty, aprl-lyd WATCHES, Clocks, Chains, Thermometers, &c, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, B. F.BOWMAN, 106 EAST KING STREET, LANCASTER. PA. OOMETHING FOR WARM WEATUER. Mi-LiM Ice Pitta, ICE URN AND TILTING ICE SETS Porcelain Linings are valued ler retaining the purity and coolness et water. AUGUSTUS RH0ADS. Jeweler, 20 East Kins Street, LANCASTER, PA The Lewest Prices! Orders and inquiries by mail receive prompt attention. J.E.Caldwell&Ce. IMPORTERS OF Diamonds, Sapphires, Em eralds, Rubies, Pearls. JEWELERS, THE LATEST DtttOXS IX LACE PINS, SCARF PINS, FINGER RINGS EAR-RINGS, BRACELETS, SLEEVE BUTTONS AND LOCKETS, In Reman Filigree ami Burnished Geld. PHILADELPHIA. aprlMI.WAF GENTS' GOODS. Tj'OR LINEN COLLARS OOTO ERISMAN'S. F OR FANCY STOCKINGS OOTO ERISMAN'S, pOR SUSPENDERS GOTO ERISMAN'S. POR NEW STYLE LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, GO TO E. J. ERISMAN'S, 56 NORTH O.CEKN STREET. CHINA AND GLASSWARE. CHINAJHALL. JELLY TUMBLERS. Tin Covered Jelly Tanbler, Ulass Covered Jelly Tumbler, , Jelly Cups and Jelly Jars, AT TUB LOWEST P BICES, AT HIGH & MARTIN'S, Ne. 15 EAST KING STREET. ROBES, BLANKETS, JtC. OIGN OF THE BUFFALO HEAD. ROBES! ROBES!! - BLANKETS! BLANKETS!! I have new en hand the Labekst, Best asd Chkapkst Assertmxst of Lined and Unllned BUFFALO ROBES In the city. Alse LAP AND HORSE BLANKETS el every descrip tion. A full line of Trunks and Satchels, Harness, Whips, Cellars, &c. O-Kepairing neatly and promptly done."S A. MILEY, 108 North Queen SU, Lancaster. e'-S-lydMWAS CARPETS. H. S. SHIRK'S CARPET HALL, 202 WEST KINO STREET, Has the Largest and Cheapest Stock et all kinds of CARPETS in Lancaster. Over 100 Pieces of Brussels en hand, as lewas.l.OO and upwards. Carpets made te order at short notice. Will also pay 10 cents ter Extra Carpet Rags. -Give us a trial. 202 WEST KINO STREET.