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building with this p ilnt and the ether half with strictly pure White Lead and Linseed OH, or
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any building that lias been painted with this paint that Is net satisfactory te the owner, and
net remaining te for a proper term of years, we will repalntateur own expense with White
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u irespasa vu uiy ui tu inniis 01 me corn-
wiux ur opeouncii uaiaius, iu ijuaneu and
Lancaster counties, wbetber Inclesed or un
1 nclcsed, either ler the pnrpose et sheeting et
fishing, as the law will be ripridly entorcee
against all trespassing en said lands ei the
undersigned atter this notice.
WM. COL.EMAN FREEMAN
R. PERCY ALDEN,
EDWARD C. FREEMAN,
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will new be able te supply them in all Celers and
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My son, a lail twelve years et age. was af
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period of eight years. Se vlr nlent was It that
irem the top et his head te within a lew Inches
of his ankles he was one mass of scabs, which
refused te yield te any treatment that was
suggested by friends or physicians was tried
in vain. Allepathy, homceopatliy.herbs.roots,
salt-water baths, flaxseed poultices, eap3,
ointments, and in short everything that could
be done te eradicate the disorder st emed only
te aggravate It and the child's life became a
burden te hlm.and the cxnenan of the various
experiments was a constant drain upon our
My wife, reading the advertisement et the
CunccnA Remedies in Que of the daily papers,
resolved te make one mere attempt at a cure.
(1'he disease was new encroaching upon his
lace, and seemed Incurable.) I gave a reluc
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Away Acrefcn the fJIxKli-xippI Bivir ts llel.-l u
"'I tell you sir. that they are one et the neat
est combinations ever produced, anil my ex
perience of tnat sort et thing lnu been wide
enough te entitle my judgment te some re
spect," "Oh, 1 don't knew," responded the first
.speaker's trlend, with r llttleyawn as though
he didn't take much interest in the subject, "I
have never been atiie te see much ifferenee
in these things. They are pretty nearly the
same size, and made et about the same stuff."
The talk, et which the foregoing is a frag
ment, took place in Gallatin, Missouri, net
long age, in the snug office et Dr. M. P. Flow
ers, one et the leading physicians el the stau ,
who followed up the vein in which he had in
troduced It substantially in these words.
"Nonsense, that is the rigmarole et a
boy, or rather, et a man who either
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linen, besides being always out. et icaeh when
they are most wanted."
" Well, my dear doctor," sighed the traveler
from the North." what would you have ? This
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ever at hand when it Is wanted. Yeu can't
suggest anything "
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the table with his fist, " I can suggest BEN
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forty-eight hours. The old plasters are stae
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Fer Instance, in cases et Neuralgia, Muscular
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Kidneys, and "
" I give it up, doctor, and In case of need I'll
buy Bensen's," said the traveler, pleasantly.
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Geed Journeymen and prices came as ether
saloons. U. WAGNER,
A TIMELY SUGUESTION TO THE U. VS.
"TUb Sacred Harp et Eloquence" Ready
Helps te Worship Heur te Avert
N. Y. Times'
The United Presbyterian convention
which was held the ether day te pretest
against the introduction of organs into the
meeting houses ei tne denomination based
its opposition te organs en two grounds.
It was maintained that te praise Ged with
an organ was te commit te a mere piece of
mechanism a duty belonging te every
Christian, and that the use of musical in
struments in public worship was " popish"
and, therefore, as a matter of course, te
be utterly abhorred and condemned. ThS3
two arguments having ence been adopted
by a sect distinguished for its conserva
tism and Scetish persistency can never be
shaken. The United Presbyterians who
object te organs will go te the stake in
support of their principles. Ne amount
of reasoning will have the slightest effect
upon them, and they will continue te class
church organs with liuddhUt praying
wheels, and te despise them as relics of
On the ether hand, there is a United
Presbyterian party which i3 vehemently
in favor of instrumental sacred muic.
Like their opponents, the members of the
organ party are firmly convinced that they
are right, and they will continue te de
mand organs no matter hew earnest may
be the opposition te them. It is evident
that there is grave danger that the organ
question will cause a schism in tbe United
Presbyterian sect, and in order te prevent
this calamity it is respectfully suggested
that the organists and anti organists adept
as a satisfactory compromise the new
"Sacred Harp of Eloquence" recently in
vented by an ingenious and music il Metho
dist. This instrument is, iu effort, a large
.caliiin harp, placed direetly in front of tbe
pulpit, and se concealed by carving and
ether devices as te be nearly invisible te
the congregation. It of course, deas no;
plaviuy tuns?, but ;it furnishes what a
theatregeer would call " incidental mu
sic." During the praying and singing
part of the service the in3trutueutjis mute,
nuc wncn tne sermon begins, tne minis
ter, by simply pressing a spring, can re
lease the harp strings se that they will
vibrate te the tones of his voice. The
" Sacred Harp of Eloquence" is set
iu motion solely by the voice of the preach
er, and it responds appropriately te every
nete of his eloquence. When he speaks
in a low and solemn veice the harp
breathes a soft and delicious accompani
ment, and when in thunder tones he de
neuuees dancing, murder, card playieg,
and ether deadly sins the harp vibrates
in a way that gives awful selemnity and
peisuasive force te his words. In fact, the
" Sacred Harp of Eloquence" does ler the
sermon precisely what 'Jmeidentai music
does for the melodrama :
and in the
Methodist meeting house
Ala., where it has new been tried for
eight consecutive Sundays, it has been
pronounced a wonderful success, and has
brought into the congregation almost as
many members as the rival Baptist socie
ly has secured by a long and exhausting
New, the "Sacred Harp of Eloquence"
i3v honestly be called a musical instru
ment, and as such will commend itself te
these of the United Presbyterians who
long for musical instruments. On the
ether hand, it is played by voice of the
preacher and net by a profane organist,
and hence ought net te be objectionable
te the anti organ party. Finally, it can
not be called "popish," for it has never
been in use in any Catholic church. The
" Sacred Harp of Eloquence" is the ene
possible meaus of preventing a United
Presbyterian schism, and its invention
just at this time is se peculiarly opportune
that it can hardly he called a coincidence
except by avowed agnostics. .
KOSsUTH'.S RIIMANlIU -STOKY
A Letter Frem the l'atner, Who Clironlciea
& iiemarkable Incident
Ceurricr Dcs Etats Unis et August 20.
The Vienna German Zeitung of August
7 publishes a letter from Kossuth ad
dressed te Dr. Cotues about his brilliant
defense of the Jews in the Tiszlar affair.
After congratulating the advocate the
old dictator relates an iucident that hap
pened some thirty years age in the Nou-traer-Cemitat.
"An individual named
Bartes Saudes, who hated the Jews,"
writes Kossuth, " had became enamored
of a beautiful young Jewess, called Julia
Weiss. He desired te convert her and
then take her into hi3 service. Julia Weiss
repulsed the man and would listen te
nothing he said. Seme time later Julia
Deiecp, a young Christian girl, oneof Julia
Weiss' best friends, disappeared. The
Jewess was incouselable. Saudes had her
brought before him, and violently apostro apestro apostre
.hizing her demanded te knew the where
abouts of Julia Berecs.
"Hew should I knew?" replicd the
" Where have you taken her ?"
" I ?" said Julia, astonished.
"Yes, you. And since you dare net
avow it I'll tell you. Julia Berecs is lying
yonder by the stone bridge, dead. 'Twas
you who struck her te death with a poig peig
" Oh ! She was my intimate friend !"
"Be silent. A Christian cannot be
friends with a Jew and, te fellow the closer
the prescriptions of your Talmud, you
have washed your hands iu tbe bleed of a
Christian, thinking thereby te become
still mere beautiful."
"In vain the peer girl pleaded that she
knew nothing of the Talmud or scarcely
hew te read or write. She was thrown
into prison, passed before the assizes and
was condemned te death. By reason of
her youth her punishment was commuted
te hard labor for life. Twe years had
passed and the peer girl could net com
prehend why she was se tortured. One
day she was taken before the dirreclrice of
the prison, who received her with great
kindness and the startling intelligence that
she was te le immediately set free. At
the same time she was presented with a
purse of twenty-five ducats as a gift from
"At the prison gate Julia Weiss em
braced her family, who wero awaiting her
there. 'Twas then they told her that Jthree
weeks previously her prosecutor, Bartes
Saudes, had been found dead and that in
his pocket was discovered a written con
fessien, in which he acknowledged having
killed Julia Berecs and having falsely ac
cused the young Jewess He proclaimed
Julia Weiss' innocence and begged her te
pray for him. He also left his fortune in
legacy te her. Julie Weiss refused that
" Frem the lips of the young girl her
self," continues Kessntb, " I heard this
The Yellow Fever.
Ne new cases of yellow fever have been
reported at Pensacola. The two snspicieus
cases of fever reported heretofore, one of
them fatal, have been pronounced only
malarial in character. Assistant Surgeon
Guiteras passed through Washington en
Friday en his way toPensacela te attend
The bark Tatay.frem Vera Cruz,arriTed
yesterday at Portland, Me., and was quar
antined, having had yellow fever en
A GALA DAT IK 'MUSCO.
Laying; tne Cerner-stone of the Garfield
Monument. The Proceulen.
The inauguration in San Francisce of
the Garfield monument took plaoe at neon
Friday, under the auspices of the Grand
Masonic ledge of California, assisted by
the grand encampment of Knights Templar
of the United States, at Gelden Gate park.
uver one uunarea tneusand persons wit
nessed the ceremonies.
The precession was divided into, four
divisions, comprising United States troops
members of the National guards of Califor
nia Grand Army of the Republic, Knights
Templar and members of California
Masonic ledges. It was the largest ever
witnessed en the Pacific coast. It ex
tended ever a mile and a half and was an
hour and threequarters in passing a given
point. The day being a public holiday
the number of visitors from interior towns
was greater than en any previous day of
the week. The streets through which
the precession passed wcre jammed for a
distance of a mile. The scene presented
in the park was a magnificent one. On
three sides the surrounding hills
were covered with a dense mass
of spectators. As the precession ar
rived these forming it drew ud in
the form of a circle about the base of the
monument, close te which a grand stand
had been erected Jfer the grand Masonie
officers, whose duty it was te perform the
ceremony of laying the corner-stone.
When all had fallen into place prayer was
offered by thegrand chaplain, followed by
a masenic one, wnicn was enantea Dy all
present. Hen. Herace Davis, ex -member
of Congress, in a short speech invited the
grand master of California te lay the
corner stone of the mennment te the
second martyred president. A record of
the contents of the stone, geld, silver and
nickel coins of the present year, together
with an account et the assault upon Presi
dent Garfield, his death and funeral cere cere
menies, was read, after which the grand
master penred in corn, wine and oil, and,
tapping the stone, pronounced it well and
truly laid. An oration en Garfield's life
and services, followed by the benediction,
closed the services. Salutes were fired
from the forts at the termination of the
THE IriMKrfc.JIlJKSTS' MISSION'.
Wolfe Thinks Thus Ltvsey Ought te oe
The Pittsburg Dispatch prints te day a
letter from Charles S. Wolfe written te a
prominent supporter of his in that city
just before the meetiug of the Democratic
state convention. It; is dated Li?;vii.bnrg,
July 23, and is as fellows :
' In reply te your letter I would say
that I de think the mission ei the Inde
pendent Republican party is ended, but I
de net think the mission of 'independetce'
is ended. As you probably have heard, I
am out of politics, but it is perfectly ap
parent te me that the last Republican con
vention was absolutely under the control
of Quay, Magea & Oe. and, in my judg
ment, Livsey is simply the creature of
Chris Magce and, if elected, Magee will
virtually be treasurer of the common
wealth. I think the mission of the
Independents is te whip the candidate
for treasurer, at least by net voting at all
or, if the Democrats nominate a suitable
man, by voting for him, but I
want te keep entirely out of politics."
Magnus Pflaiim, at whose office the
Independent Republican committee is
called te meet te morrow, states in an
interview that he is net inclined te
support Livsey, because the nomination
was made simply becanpe Chris Magee
wanted it and he wanted it for the purpose
of perpetuating the power he new
Mr. Laisgsten, our minister te Hayti,
informs the state department that tbe
pert cf Jacmel was blockaded by a presi
dential decree of the 2-lth ult. Mr. Lang Lang
steu, iu acknowledging the notification of
the blockade, reserved the rights of all
American citizens in the city or pert of
The city pottery company of Trenten,
New Jersey, yesterday filed a netice of
appeal from Vice Chancellor Bird's recent
decision appointing a receiver. The ap
peal is signed by all the stockholders ex
cept one and by all the directors.
The comptroller of the currency has
received a telegram from the examiner in
charge of the investigation of the affairs
of the Second national bank of Warren,
Ohie, stating that the bank will pay in
$75,000 additional capital and resume
The trustees of Dartmouth cellege yes
terday elected Hen. Geerge W. Nesmith.
! President Bartless and Hen. C. W. Stan
ley trustees of the New Hampshire college
of agriculture and mechanical arts en the
part of the beard.
Philctns Quigle, Themas Patterson and
James A. Ceylo have been arrested at
Sheridan, Michigan, en a charge of
counterfeiting. Material for making spu
rious coin was found in their possession.
A Letter from Postmaster General Batten.
Acting Postmaster General Hatten
has written a letter en the subject of ap
plications for leaves of absence for letter
carriers in which he says : "Without en
tering into the question of the right of
letter carriers, under the law, te a leave
of absence annually, it is sufficient te state
in reply, that present appropriations for
the free delivery service were net made
with a view te any allowance for this pur
pose, and it is inefficient te meet the cur
rent and ordinary and reasonable demands
upon it for additional carriers and promo
tion of carriers and incidental expenses.
The application for leave of absence for
carriers must therefore be declined, at
least till Congress provides in the appro
priation a sum sufficient te meet the ex
panses of granting a vacation te se large a
body of men."
Chief Jastlee Coleridge's Arrival.
Lord Chief Justice Celeridge, of Eng
land, arrived in New Yerk yesterday by
the steamer Celtic. He will remain in
New Yerk a day or two and then visit
ether points, returning te New Yerk,
where a public reception will be given him
en October 11th. The American bar as
sociation, in session at Saratoga, yesterday
unanimously adopted a resolution extend
ing a cordial welcome te the distinguished
visitor. Last evening Lord Coleridge was
entertained at a dinner by Mr. Eliet F.
Shepard, whose gnest he is while in New
Yerk. Among the gnesta were the Hen.
Gilbert Coleridge, son of the lord chief
justice ; Sir James Hannen, Hen. James C.
Hannen, Charles Russell, M. P. ; P. Mar
tin, M. P., Q.C. ; Hen. Morrison, R.
Waite, chief justice of the U. S. supreme
court ; Chief Justice Wm. C. Ruger, of
the New Yerk court of appeals ; U. 8.
Attorney General, Benjamin H. -Brewster ;
Justice Neah Swayne ; Jodge Neah Davis,
of the New Yerk Supreme court ; White
law Reid and Assistant Treasurer, Themas
Half the town of Dollarville, Michigan,
with the Ameriean lumber cenpaays shed
was burned en Thursday. Less $135,000.
Twe children perished. The saw mill of
iracy uretners, near loieae, unie, was
burned yesterday. Less $20.000. A fire
inBraahear, Missouri, en Thursday de
streyed the posteffice, three stores and a
carpet shop causing a less of 120,000.
Three stores and dwellings in Sumter,
Seuth Carelinr, were burned yesterday.
Less $25,000. Ferest fires which have
been burning at Mount Desert, Main, and
concerning which sensational reports have
been telegraphed, are new reported at an
The Northern Pacific railroad company
is new receiving through freight for points
in Oregon and Washington territory. The
members of the Northwestern traffic asso
ciation met at Lake Minnetonka, Min., en
en Thursday; te consider "the question of
Pacific coast business in connection with
the Northern Pacific railroad." The
association yesterday decided te admit the
Northern Pacific te the pod, giving the
same rates, privileges and divisions as new
accorded te the Union Pacific.
Representatives of 125 wholesale houses
formed an association in Chicago en
Thursday " te prevent discrimination by
railroads in favor of ether cities."
If and If.
" It you are suilering from peer health
' or languishing en a bed of sickness.
' take cheer, if you ar j simply ailing, or
' It you feel weak and dispirited, wlth
4 out clearly knowing why. Hep Bitters
4 will surely euro you."
" it yen are a Minister, and have overtaxed
'yourself with your pastoral duties, or a
'Mether, worn out with care and work, or a
' man os business or laborer weakened by the
strain el your everyday duties, or a man et
' letters, telling ever your midnight work, Hep
Bitters will sure strengthen you."
" ir you are suffering
from ever -eating or
' drinking, any indlscrc
' tien or dissipation, cr
'are young and growing
' tee last, as Is often tne
" Or if you are in the workshop, en the
' farm, at the desk, anywhere, and feci
4 that your system needs cleansing, ton ten
' ing, or stimulating, without intoxicat intexicat
4 ing, if you are old, bleed thin and lm-
4 pure, pulse leeble, nerve's unsteady,
4 faculties waning. Hep Bltters is what
4 you need te give yen new Hie, health,
4 and vigor.'
If you are costive or dyspeptic, or suf
fering irem any ether et the numerous
diseases of the stomach or bowels, it is
your own fault It yen remain ill.
If you are wasting away with any form
of Kidney disease, step tempting death
this moment and tnrn for a cure te Hep
l yea are sick with
that terrible sickness.
Nervousness, you will
find a "Balm in Gil
cad" in Hep Bitters.
It yen are a frequenter, or a resident
of a miasmatic district, barricade your
system against the scourge of all coun
tries malaria, epidemic, bilious and
Intermittent levers by the U30 et Hep
It you haye rough, pimply, or sallow skin,
bad breath. Hep Bitters will five yeti fair
(,klu, rich bleed, the sweetest breath and
health. (5C0 will be paid for a case they will
net euro or heip.
That peer, bedridden, invalid wile, sister,
mother, or daughter, can be made the picture
et health by a lew betticsef Hep Bitters cost
ingbut a trifle, a9-lmdTu,ThftS
Small I'ex, Diphtheria, Scarlet Fever, Yel
low Fever, etc.. can'L exist where Darby.s Pro
phylactic Fluid is used.
A Wide Awake JJruggixt.
Mr. Chas. A. Lecher, is always wideawake
in his business, and spares no pains te secure
the best et every article in his line. If e has
secured the agency for the celebrated Dr.
King's New Discovery ter Consumption. The
only certain euro known for Consumption,
Coughs, Colds, Hearse- ess. Asthma, Hay
Faver, Bronchitis, or any affection of the
Threat and Lungs. Sold en positive guaran
tee Will give you a Trial Bettle Free. Regu
lar size. $1.00.
I Wish Jsverybedy te Knew.
Rev. Geerge II. Thayer, an old citizen of
this vicinity known te every one as a most
influential citizen and christian minister et
the M. E. church, just this moment stepped in
our store te say, " 1 wish everybody te knew
that I consider that both myself and wife ewo
our lives te Shlleh's Consumption Cure." It
is having a tremendous sale ever our counters
and is giving perfect satisfaction in all cases
et Lung Diseases, such as nothing else has
done. DRS. M ATCHISTT FRANCE.
Bourbon. Intl., May 15, '78.
Sold by U.B. Cochran, druggist, Nes. 137 and
139 Nerm Queen street. Lancaster. lcbllced4
Of Matchless Merit.
Fer the nose and threat, internally or exter
nally used Themas Klectrlc Oil is matchless.
Asthma, catarrh, and serious threat affections
are quickly uraenable te this efficient remedy.
Fer sale by II. B. Cochran, druggist, 137 and
139 North Queen street.
tsucklen's Arnica Salve,
The greatest medical wonder, of I he world.
Warranted te speedily care burns. Bruises,
Cuts, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever sores. Can
cers, Piles, Chilblains, Cerns, Tetter, Chapped
Hands and all skin eruptions, guai an teed te
euro in cvciy instance, or money refunded.
25 cents per box. Fer sale by Chas. A. Lecher.
- Over the Hills te the Poerhonse."
A person with impaired or impoverished
bleed is en the read te physical bankruptcy.
Bnnleck Jiloed Bitter t strengthen and enrich
the circulation, repair the tissues and buildup
the entire system. Fer sale by II. B. Cectuan,
druggist, 137 and 139 North laueen street.
III" r.XCUlCSION SEASON UK 1883.
TO THE SUMMER RESORTS
AND EXCURSION POINTS
en or vr a
The Shenandoah Valley Railroad.
THE CAVERNS OF LURAY.
THE NATURAL BRIDGE.
THE VIRUIN1 A SPB1NGS, 4c, 4a
Perfect previsions at LURAY ler the ac
commodation of Excursion Parties et all
Transportation Rates arranged for parties
et various numbers from 5 te 500.
Correspondence Invited from Schools,
Churches, Societies and Associations, for the
arrangement et Special Rates and Excursion
Transportation iurnished en SPECIAL
TRAINS when the size et the party justifies.
Application through the General Passenger
Agent or Superintendent or the Read en
which the Excursion Party originates, te
either of the undersigned, will receive prompt
Small parties desiring accommodations at
the LURAY INN can also be cared ter by
Round Trip Tickets te the VIRGINIA
SPRINGS and SOUTHERN SUMMER. RE
SORTS en sale en and atter JUNE 1, at the
principal Ticket Offices of connecting lines.
SUMMERTOURIST GUIDE BOOKS and all
information furnished en application te tbe
Passenger Agents, Shenandoah Valley R. K.
or the Virginia, Tennessee A Georgia Air
Line. a. POPE,
Gen. Pass. & TktAgL,
O. HOWARD ROYEB, Lynchburg, Va.
Uvlslen Pass'r Agt,
Uagerstewn, Md. may30-3md
DAKUAIl-a IN WAXUUK8,
J Chains, Rings, Spectacles, 4c
et all kinds wOl receive my personal ntten
tien. LOUIS WEBER, Ne. U9H North Queen
street. Remember name and number. Di
rectly opposite City Hetel, near;Pennsylvana
railroad depot. dec281vd
I XEKfJ PILLS. -
A CLEAR HEAD.
i " one year age! was Induced te mm AYXR'3
PILLS as a remedy ler Indigestion, f eniMpa
iiea ana Headache, from which I had-Ions
been a great sufferer. CemnanelBS with a ,
dose or Ave plus, I teund their action easy.
and obtained, prompt relief, in eatlnmlng
t,h?.,r ?s0 ,? a'nKe pIU taken after dlaaer,
vlJLh,.lt??n tax ae m--d!eir.e I required.
:- ?1L8.,Te,M?t "J eyatemreralar
amA.niyt.h0?d clear; and benefltterl me mere
than all the --mrjdlclnes' ever before tried.
Every person similarly a filleted should knew
their value. 152 State St, Chicago, June C,
182?-- . M. V. WATSON."
Fer all diseases et the stomach and bowels.
Or. -i. C. Ajers & Ce., Lewell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists.
T)KKKX DAVIS'S IAIf
" ASIATIC CHOLERA
ALL CHOLERA DISEASES
YIELD TO THE INFLUENCE
Perry Dans's M Kir.
THE GREAT REMEDY FOR EVERY KIND
OF BOWEL DISORDER.
Captain Ira B. Foss.ef Goldsberough.Malne.
says: "One of my sailors was attacked Bever
ly with cholera merbus. We administered
ram iviiier, ana saved him."
J. W. Slmends. Brattlobore. Vt. says; "In
cases of c aelera merbus and sudden attacks
of sunvr or complaints, I have never found it
f1 KAMO SPKC1AL SAL,
COMMENCING SATURDAY. AUGUST IS.
WATT, SHAND & CO.
Respectfully inform the Ladles et Lancaster
that they have bought thesurplus stock of ene
of the largest manufacturers of Ladles'
Which will be sold at prices
the cost of manufacture.
500 Dezen Garments
or Snperier quality and flnf.il. In a great va
riety of styles, at
CORSET COVERS at lOc.andun-
SACUU ES at 10c. and
SKIRTS at 29c. and
LADIUS' CHEMISE at Uc. and upwards.
LADIES' DRAWERS at 12c and' upwards.
LADIES' NIGHT GOWNS at lie. and up
wards. The Melhcr Hnbhard (town,
Se beautltiil and becoming te every lady, will
be displayed in a large variety of style.
ALL GOODS AT EQUALLY LOW PRICES
We desire te call special attention te the
fact that the goods are et superior make and
will be Feld ler less than the cost et the ma
terial. Watt, Shand & Ce.,
NEW YORK STORE.
NOS. 8 and 10 EAST KING ST.
METZ6ER & HAOuHMS
BLACK CASHMERES, 124,
BLACK CASHMERES. 37.
liLAUrv JASJAM.EKiSS, 00,
BLACK CASHMERES, $1 00, 1.12J, I.2.7.
The Cheapest let 'in This City.
BLACK THIBET SINGLE SHAWLS,
BLACK THIBET SINGLE SHAWLS,
BLACK THIBET SINGLE SHAWLS,
BLACK THIBET DOUBLE SHAWLS,
BLACK THIBET DOUBLE SHAWLS.
BLACK THIBET DOUBLE SHAWLS.
We have a Large
above Goods from
Assortment of all of the
AT VKIil CHEAP PRICES AT
HETZG6R & HiUGfiliN'S
43 WSST KINQ ST., LANCASTER.
(Between the Cooper Heuse aad Serrel :Herae
Standard Carriage Werk"
Or LANCASTER COUNTY.
EDGERLEY & CO.,
FINE CARRIAGE BUILDERS,
REAR OF CENTRAL MARKET HOUSES, '
We make every style Buggy and Carriage
desired. All Werk flnteheam the most com
fortable and elegant style. We use only the
beat selected material and employ only the
best mechanics. Fer quality el work our
prices are the cheapest in the state. We buy
ler cash and sell, en the most reasonable-'
terms. Give us a call. AH work warranted.
Repairing promptly attended te. One set
workmen especially employed ler that
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