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Volume XVH-Na, 28.
LANCASTER, PA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1880.
Price Twe Cnte.
NEW FALL AND WINTER
DRY GOODS. '
HAGER & BROTHER
ARE RECEIVING DAILY
NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS
IX ALL DEPATMENT8.
NOVELTIES IX SIL S,
NOVELTIES IX VELVETS,
NOVELTIES IX FRENCH DRESS GOODS.
NOVELTIES IN ENGLISH DRESS GOODS,
XOVKLTIES IX AMERICAN DRESS GOODS.
LYONS BLACK and COLORED SILKS,
BLACK and COLORED BROCADE SILKS.
TRIMMING SILKS awl SATINS,
JtLACK nnd COLORED DRESS and TRIM
Splendid value, 37c, 45c, 50c, 67c, 75c, 87c, $1 , $1.23,
BLACK SILK WARP HENRIETTA,
FRENCH CREPE CLOTH,
ENGLISH CREPES AND BLACK THIBET
Shawls, Clenks and Cleakings.
LADIES' ami CHILDREN'S HOSIERY
GLOVES. LACES and RIBBONS.
CHINTZES and CRETOXXES,
MUSLINS and SHEETINGS,
TOWELS nnd TOWELING,
TURKEY RED CLOTHS,
In Jai-ye assortment, at very LOWEST prices.
WCull and examine
H AGEB & BROTHER.
J. B. MAETIff & CO.
We are new showing New anil Attractive
Designs in CARPETa and WALL PAPEKS.
All arailes el
Our stock is larger tlmn ever before, and
will be sold at
VERY LOW PRICES.
MATS, RUGS CRUMB CLOTHS, &c.
J. B. lartia & Ce.,
Cerner West King and Prince Streets,
All in want of fine or Fancy Cabinet Werk
would de well te call and examine specimens
et our work.
OFFICE FURSITURE A SPECIALTY.
-Y1 East lilug Street.
jOU LINEN COLLARS
IIUB FANCV STOCKINGS
T?OR MEW STYLE
LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, GO TO
K J. ERISMAN'S,
56 NORTH QUEEN STREET.
1KCSSIS t TRUSSES! ! TRUSSES! !!
X Sufferers from Rupture will flndthe safest,
easiest and cheapest Trusses In tlie world en
exhibition and ler sale by
ANDREW G. FRET. Druggist,
Cor. N. Queen and Orange Sts, Lancaster, Pa.
Call and see.
Alse, the only sure cure for Piles,
F RE Y?S UNIVERSAL PILE SUPPOS110RY.
Never lails. Price. 50c. aiid 73c. a box.
SELLING OFF! SELLING OFF!!
Bathven & MsHer
Offer their entlrs-gteck et
at and below Cost, with a riew et aiscontinu aiscentinu
ing the READY-MADE CLOTHING business,
and devoting their attention exclusively te
CLOTHING made promptly te order, and
satisfaction In all cases guaranteed. A select
line of Cleths, Cassimeres, Worsteds, Coatings,
Suitings, Cheviots. Meltons, Overceatings,
Vestlngs, Ac, always en band and orders re
spectfully solicited. Alse, a general line of
RATH VOX fe FISHER
. Merchant Tuileru and Drapers,
Ne. 101 North Queen St., Lancaster, Fa.
SPECIAL. These In want of Ready-Madu
Clothing will consult their own interest by
giving them a call before purchasing else
where, as their Clothing arc mainly of their
own manufacture and substantially made.
The inest attractive and Itcchorche Line of
Londen ellit Tort
MEN'S WE AE
OPEN THIS DAY AT
THE ABTIST TAILOR,
121 N. QUEEN STREET,
HujMt opened a
SELECT STYLES and none but the best et
Ne. 51 North Queen Street.
We have new raidy for sale an Iwrnense
Fall and Winter,
which are Cut and Trimmed In the Latest
Style. We can give you a
GOOD STYLISH SUIT
AS I0W AS $10.00.
In great variety, xnade te erdtir at short notice
at the lowest prices.
D. B. Hostetter & Sen,
24 CENTRE SQUARE,
HENRY A. RILKY
Attorney and Counseller-at-Lair
21 Park Rew. New Yerk.
Collections made In all parts of the United
Slates, and a general legal business transacted
Refers by permission te Stelnman ft Beosee
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
for Lancaster tiity and County, at
L M. FLYNN'S
Ne. 4S WEST KING STREET.
Ne. 32 Bast Kins St., Lancaster, Pa.
Schools of Lancaster City,
NEW AND SECOND-HAND.
At the LOWEST PRICES, at tlia lloek Stere of
JOM BAEE'S SOUS,
15 and 17H0RTH QUEEN STREET,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in all kinds of
LUMBER AX I) COAL.
49-Yard : Ne. 430 North Water ami Prince
streets above Lemen. Lancaster. nS-lyd
COAL! COAL! COAL! COAL
Ceal of the Rest Quality pat up expressly
for family use, and at the low
cat market prices.
TRY A SAMPLE TON.
49- YARD ICO SOUTH WATER ST.
netSt-lyd PHILIP SCHUM, SON A CO.
OALI COAL! COAL!!!
Wc 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 "ir prices before buying else
where M. F. STEIGERWALT & SON,
e27-lyd 251 NORTH WATER STREET.
C0H0 & WILEY,
HSO NORTH WATER ST., lAincaster, Fa.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
LUMBER AND COAL.
Connection With the Telephonic Exchange.
Branch Office : Ne. 3 NORTH PUKE ST.
SI O TO
GORRECHT & CO.S'
GOOD, CLEAN FAMILY COAL,
and all ether kinds of Ceal. Quality nnd
quantity guaranteed. Yard, Hurrisburg Pike,
Office, 20 East Chestnut street. uugl7-tfd
T UM1IKK AND COAL BF TELEPHONE
The undersigned are new prepared te re
ceive orders for
Ceal, Lumber, Sash, Deers,
by Telephone. Step In at the Exehauga and
de your own ordering free of charge.
S. E- Cor. Prince and Walnut Street.
FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS.
2 BOILER MANUFACTORY,
SHOP ON PLUM STREET,
Opposite this Locomotive Works.
The subscriber continue te manufacture
BOILERS AND &TEAM ENGINES,
Fer Tanning and ether purposes
Sheet-iron Werk, and
49 Jobbing promptly attended te.
angl8-lyd JOHN BEST.
Of all Kinds, repaired at Short Netice.
IRON AND BRASS
CASTINGS Al PATTERNS,
HADE TO ORDER.
Of all Size. All Kinds of
BRASS AND IRON VALVES
AND BEER SPIGOTS REPAIRED
O- Foundry nnd Machine Shep rear of, W
D. Sprecher Sen's Seed Stere, Grant and
JOS. H. HUBER.
New Samples ! New Styles !
Clubs and Committees invited te call and ex
amine our goods before purchasing.
CAPES, COATS. HATS. CAPS, HELMETS'
TORCHES. BADGES. STREAMERS,
FLAGS, BURGEES, (Political
Lanterns very cheap.)
Bunting Flags of All Sizes.
Portraits of Presidential Nominees
en cloth, suitable ler Banners and Transpar
encies. PLASH TORCH..
Every Club ought te have some, even if t hay
de net have them for entire Club.,
D. S. BUBSK,
17 East Kiner Street, Lancaster.
VT In large or small amounts. $23 or $20,000
Write W. T. SOULE ft CO.. Commission Mer
chants, ISO La Salle street, Chicago, IIL, for dr
rY LOCHEB'8 BBNOtYNED COUGH
8ATTJBDAT EVEN'O, OCTOBER 2, 1880.
HIS ANSWER TO C0NKLING.
80UND TALK TO SENSIBLE MEN.
Why the Seutn U Solid ter Hancock.
Frem Senater Bayard's Xew Yerk Speech.
Aud new, standing here in that com
mercial centre which is the gateway of
two-thirds of the imported merchandise of
the Union a community whose fibres of
intelligence, enterprise, energy and influ
ence extend throughout our entire Union,
reaching from ocean te ocean and from
gulf te lakes, the roots of whose prosper
ity strike deep in the soil of every state of
the Union and receive nourishment nnd
aid from the laher and industry of every
section hew shall I address you ? I speak
in the cause of our common nationality
and in the spirit of harmony and equal
justice among all the states which form
the great Union. J? rem the palicy of ali
enatien and distrust of our fellow' coun
trymen of the Southern states I appearand
against it I solemnly pretest, and address
you te-night in the name et concord aud
peaceful cooperation among American citi
zens everywhere, for the advancement and
prosperity of every portion of our great
republic. Believing that it is always easier
te be violent than just, and that if the
flames of passion can only be kindled, ar
gument and reason are quickly consumed,
it seems te have been deliberately decided
by the Republican managers that a revival
of the passions of the war and the stimu
lation of sectional antagonism form te-day
their best chance for inducing the Ameri
can people te continue public power in
their hands. Such a preposition is abhor
rent te every human sentiment, and it will
prove as delusive and untrue as it is mor
ally wicked. What docs the Seuth, as a
section, seek te de which the North should
fear ? Docs the execution of any scheme
of government or policy new proposed by
the Southern people, or by the political
party which controls them, forbedc disas
ter te the citizens of the North or te the
government of the United States ? If it
does, then I am opposed te it and them
and will vete and act in opposition. If I
believed the success of the Democratic
party imperilled national honor or inter
est, or involved injustice te any member
of the Union, then 1 should ccase te be a
Democrat. The Southern states are solid for
self government in each state, nninterfcrcd
with by extraneous power. That is what
each Northern states insists upon under the
constitution and actually enjoys. They
are solid in asking that the tasks of
government in all its higher posistiens shall
net be committed te the hands of ignorance
and weakness, but te individuals rendered
competent by education and fitted by
natural qualities te perform the functions.
The North seeks te de this aud votes down
incompetence aud igneraucc whenever it
can. The Seuth is solid in seeking advance
ment in all that tends te its material pros
perity, aud through its representatives in
Congress strives te obtain adequate appro
priations for light-houses en its coasts,
pest offices and custom and court houses
for the transactions of its commerce and
business. AH these appropriations are un
der Federal control and for Federal pur
poses. And Northern representatives are
just as active and eager for similar
appropriations for their localities. The
Seuth is solid in responding te friendly
treatment and kindly sympathy with mu
tual confidence and support and respond
ing te contumely and vilification and in
justice with indignation and resentment.
The Seuth is. solid for retrenchment, re
form, economy and geed government,
state aud Federal, aud should net the
North be also solid in these things ? The
Seuth, in the great crisis of 1870 77 was
solid in favor of the completion of the elec
toral count under the law and opposed te
throwing the country into confusion and
the hands of a military conspiracy. "Was
that solidity injurious te Northern secur
ity ? In 1880 the Seuth is solid in favor of
the election te the presidency of one of
the distinguished captians in command of
the armed hosts that put an end te all
hope of separate aud independent govern
ment of the Southern states. ( Leng
cheering.) Is this a cause of apprehension
te the North ? But the Seuth is also
solid against a political party that has
never ceased te held its people up as ruf
fians murderers and repudiators ; that has
sympathized only with these who misruled
and beggared it and refused te tolerate
that manly independence which is the
birthright of American freemen, and
without which they would be unworthy of
respect. The cry of a solid Seuth is but
an attempt te renew unpatriotic animosi
ties and an unworthy resort of desperate
party managers. The Seuth is no!, solid
for anything the North need apprehend,
and its solidity has no feature and no re
sult unfriendly te the prosperity of the
The Election of yilden and Hendricks.
In the fall of 187C the American people,
by a large majority of both the popular
vote and the electoral votes, elected Mr.
Tilden the president and Mr. Hendricks
the vice president of the United States.
But the administration at Washington,
swayed by the intemperate will and un
scrupulous leadership of Secretary Chand
ler, who was the chairman of the cam
paign committee, aided and sustained a
fraudulent perversion of the elections in
Flerida and Louisiana by the beards of
canvass and returns, aud succeeded in de
feating the popular will. This was a re
fusal te surrender power, and it
must never be forgotten that James A.
Garfield was an active aud guilty partici
pant in the great wrong. The idea that I
endeavor te convey in my pretest against
official interference with popular elections
is that the official corps of the government
is fast tending te become, and te a very
great extent has become a machine by
which the government of the country is te
be conducted without regard te any
change in the the opinions of the people.
I mean that machine politics is in direct
contradiction of the government by pop
ular opinion, and, therefore, official inter
ference in elections is but another name
for machine politics.
"And new of the representative men
who have been chosen te lead the party
organizations. Of General Garfield, the
Republican candidate, I wish te speak
justly ; but I will net, in a spirit of false
courtesy, ascribe te him virtues I de net
believe him te possess. That he is an
able and experienced legislator, I have no
doubt, and that his progress from poverty
and obscurity te position and distinction
has been due te his talents and industry,
under the benign institutions of our gov
ernment, I also believe ; but it is also true
that, holding, conspicuous and influential
positions upon the committees in Congress
and being a man of distinguished capacity
as a parliamentarian and a debater, he has
been silent in view of gross corruption and
abuses, and has never at any time risen
above the dead level of hisparty. He was
chairman of the committee en appropria
tions when corruption and extravagance
ran riot in Washington city, when Bess
Shepherd and his crew were drawing tens
of millions te lay rotten pavements in
these streets with false measurements and
double prices. And in all the carnival of
roguery from 1869 until 1875, when a
Democratic majority put an end te the
lobby and congressional plunder, where
was the voice and the vote of Mr. Garfield?
If he sought reform he did it se quietly as
never te be heard. I leave the reports of
committees, controlled by men of
his own party association, te describe
his personal connection with discreditable
transactions, and can only say if we ac
cept their account of air. Garfield we may
well say : "Never mere be officer of
"Of his asseciate upon the ticket, Gen.
Arthur, it is net needful for me te speak
in New Yerk, for the merchants of the
city have. reason te knew him. Under the
infamous moiety system no merchant was
secure against the seizure of his books and
most private papers. Such men as Jayne
and Frank E. Hewq, terrorized the mer
cantile community and plundered the
merchauts at will. Custom-house bribery
was the regular practice, and the custom
house appointments were mere counters in
exchange for political influence. All this
was proven, and printed net only in the
World and the Democratic press, but in
Tribune,fet Herace Greeley then controlled
it ; and in the Sun, and partly in the tier
aid. The Senate committee which investi
gated it, of which I was a member, went
back te Washington, the majority te
send in a whitewashing report and the
minority te tell facts as they found
them. General Grant, then president, who
will never and can never see anything
wrong in one of his party subordinates,
took no ether action than through Wil
liams, his Attorney-General, te order the
merchants te be prosecuted for paying
bribes te his officials. But no changes
were made. Public sentiment, however,
was aroused ard, finally, when a firm se
eminent and se respected as Phelps, Dedge
& Ce., were robbed under the forms of
law of $267,000 in one amount, and when
it was shown, and can te-day be proven,
that in honesty and equity they had over
paid mere duties than thau they ever
under-paid, still no reparation was made.
A reform in the laws that permitted such
outrages was accomplished, but it was
done against the strongest efforts of the
.administration and their leading mumbers
in both houses. In 1879 the president of
the United States and Mr. Sherman secre
tary of the treasury, communicated te the
Senate and it was made public, that the
New Yerk Custom-house for a period of
time had been used te manage and cen
trel political affairs. That the duties of
the officials were regarded as subordinate
te their partisan work and they had made
the Custom-house a center of political
management. That, under the control
of Messrs. Arthur and Cernell, the Custom
Heuse would be oue of the principle po
litical agencies of New Yerk, and 'in
order te have the important office of col
lector efficiently and honestly adminis
tered' the president suspended Mr.
Arthur and nominated General Mcrritt in
his place. Mr. Sherman formally claimed
that he had established by proof the exist
ence of grsss abuses in Mr. Arthur's ad
ministration, and he declared in his letter
of January l.", 1879, that the ' restoration
of Messrs. Arthur and Cernell te office
would be a serious injury te the public
service, involving a less of revenue aud an
increased expenditure.' That is te say,
President Hayes and Secretary Sherman
in 1879 fully indorsed in the strongest
language the report of Messrs. Bayard
and Casscrly made in the Senate in
1872. Mr. Arthur did net enact the in
famous moiety laws, but he permitted, as
sisted and largely profited by their mon
strous abuses aud opposed their repeal.
He was dismissed from the office of collec
tor of this pert because of these abuses and
because, te use the words of Secretary
Sherman, indorsed by the president, his
retention would have been a serious injury
te the public service. This is all that need
te be said of Mr. Arthur, of New Yerk,
and it is en Republican authority. It is
plain, however, that Garfield aud Arthur
will be a weak repetition of Grant and
Colfax. Te hope for reform from men of
such antecedents is unreasonable. I have
said nothing of either of them except te
cite the statements of their own party as
sociates, and they should stand or fall en
And new of the Democratic standard
bearers. (Applause.) Events of an im
portant political nature caused public at
tention te be drawn te Win field Scott Han
cock (long continued applause) m 1867,
when he was iu command of a military
district in the southwest. Up te that time
his splendid bearing as a soldier had wen
admiration for his gallantry and skill ;
but a brighter glory settled down en his
crest when, te use the words of Senater
David Davis, the cherished friend and
chosen counseller of Abraham Lincoln,
" the soldier clothed with extraordinary
power voluntarily uncovered before civil
authority, sheathed his sword, testi
fied his fidelity te the constitution aad set
an example of obedience te law which will
pass into history as his soundest claim te
distinction." In 1863 his ability and
statesmanlike grasp of thought were
recognized, nnd he was voted for in the
national Democratic convention, held here
iu New Yerk, and again in 1876, and new,
in 1880,hc is wisely and unanimously nom
inated by the party who polled a majority
of ever 250,000 votes iu 1876 and will have
three times as many in the coming Novem
ber. The bright light of public scrutiny
the hostile lens of paity animosity has
been turned upon the spotless armor of his
private and public character and no flaw
or strain has been disclosed. Indeed
the hostile suspicions and charges of
his fees caused his private corres
pondence in 1876 te be developed,
aud in what a glorious attitude
does his letter te General Sherman
in the critical period of the fraudulent per
version of the results of the presidential
election exhibit him : Well may Judee
Davis say, 'It marks him as one of the
wisest of his time, with a statesman's
grasp of mind and the integrity of a
patriot.' Ner is his associate upon the
ticket (applause) less worthy of public
confidence. His record as a legislator in
Congress, as a leading financier and mana
ger of important interests in his own state,
his unblemished character as a man and
statesman, are all in accord with the promi premi
ses of reform which our success will ac
complish. "Before the American people te-day I
arraign the Republican party, as it is new
led and organized, as obstructive te the
welfare, prosperity and wise government
of the country. In the present contest
they base their hopes en the passions of a
war long since ended, and the fruits of
whose success being unity, peace and con
cord, the American people are entitled te
enjoy, and in the coming triumph of the
conservative and national Democracy will
Investigation of Malaria in New England.
Wc have heretofore referred te the in
crease of malarial fevers, and especially of
the form called intermittent fever, or fever
and ague in New England. The state
beard of health of Massachusetts has taken
held of the subjeet,and has already collect
ed a mass of facts which is asteundiug, and
confirms te the fullest extent the rumors.
The disease fever and ague has been in
creasing for three or four years past in the
valley of the Connecticut river, and cases
have appeared in every town en the river
from Connecticut te Vermont. In Aga
wam, Springfield, Holyoke and some ether
towns, the number of cases this year has
been very large, and the disease each year
seems te be increasing and spreading.
But malaria is net limited or controlled
by state lines, and for a cemplete knowl
edge of the subject, even in Massachusetts
their state beard of health very properly
has thought it necessary te obtain infor
mation of the disease as it exists in the
neighboring states. With thi3 view, an
agent of the Massachusstts beard, a well-
sKilled physician, came te Previdence yes
terday, and visited the malarial region in
Barrington, and made a thorough investi
gation of the subject.
The result, as we learn from an inter
view with this gentleman, is astounding.
The disease, as verified by the examina
tion of cases new existing, is genuine in
termittent fever, commonly called lever
and ague. Cases new exist in all its stages,
and fiome with the characteristic " ague
cake," or enlarged spleen. Mauy of the
cases have been very severe. The disease
has attacked all classes of persons living
within the malarial region, and some
living at a considerable distance from the
origin of the malaria. It has attacked in
discriminately the old, the middle aged
and the young. It has attacked residents
aud non-residents, new residents and old
The whole number of cases iu the mala
rial district during the present season, say
from the 1st of August te the present
time, has been at least 250. Of 186 work
men at the brickyard 185 have had the dis
ease. Of this number 103 were sick at
one time. At the present time there arc
about 50 cases existing, of which () te e5
arc at the brickyard, and the rest a re scat
tered through the malarial district.
The gentleman from Massachusetts who
has made this investigation thinks that in
the proportion of cases te population, aud
in the severity of the disease, the malarial
district in Barrington is the worst he has
visited, and werse than any he has heard
of in New England, almost equalling the
ague districts of the Seuth. The reason
why the disease is there this year, where it
never was before, he will net undertake te
give. Pretidcnec (if. .) Journal, Septem
Given te Find.
Given a geed flogging, te llnd a eclioelniaMcr
whodes'nt feci It mere than the boy he
Uiven advice te llnd a man who will act
Given a bettle et Spiing lllossem, te And a
Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, Sour Stomach,
Itlllieusness. Heartburn. Constipation.
Kidney and Itladder Complaints that It
Prices : 50c, trial bottles 10c,
Fer sale by II. 15. Cochran, UriiggWl. 1S7 aud
Via North Queen Street, Lancaster, la. 'Jl
Have you been much at sea ? Xe. net exaetlv.
but my brother married an ailmirejB
Were you ever In France? Xe. net exactly.
but my mother; name was French.
Did you ever have the Khciimatism ? Ne, net
exactly, but mv father had, and he cured
It with Dr. Themas' Eelectrie Oil.
Fer sale by II. It. Cochran, druggist, 137 and
133 Xerth Queen street, Lancaster, la. 22
Itching and Scaly Diseases, Scrofulous
Humors, Ulcers, Old Seres and Mer
curial Affections cured when all ether
human agencies fail.
1. CCTicrnA Reselvent purities, jtrengtlii'iw
and supports the system through the most
critical Ntagcs of bleed, skin and bcalp humer-t
and disorders of the liver, kidneys and urinary
ii. CtmcuitA. a medicinal jelly, arrest dis
ease, allays in Humiliation, itching and irrita
tion, heals ulcers and eats away dead skin aud
2. Cl-HcunA Medicinal Seap, for the toilet,
bath and nursery, cleanses, seethes, reficshes
anil beautifies the skin. Ccticcra Shaving
Soai is the only medicinal shaving soap.
SKIX HUMORS, MILK CRUST, kc.
Skin Hcmer. Mrs S. K. Whipple, Decatur,
Mich., writes that her frae, head and tsetnu
parts et her body were almost raw. Head cov
ered with scabs and sores. Suffered fearfully,
and tried everything. Permanently cured by
Milk Cixst. Mrs. llewcrs. If:: Clinten street,
Cincinnati, speaks of her sister's child, who
was cured et milk crust, which resisted all
remedies for two years. XewaHne, healthy
boy. with a beautiful head et hair.
Tetteu of tub Hands. Elizabeth IJuckley,
Littleton, X. IL, thankrully prai-cs tl'e: Cuti
cura Remedies ler a curcet tetter et the hands,
which had rendered them almost useless te her.
SCALD HEAD, ALOPECIA, Vc.
Scald Head. II. A. Raymond, auditor F. W.,
J. & S. It. It., Jucksen, Mich., was cured et
scald head of nine years' duration by the Cu
Falling op the Hair. Frank A. Ileau. btcam
Fire Engine C, .Bosten, was cured et alepecia
or falling of the hair, by the Cuticura Reme
dies, which completely restored his hair when
all said lie would lese it.
Dandbupk. Themas Lec,227(J Fr.mkferd ave
nue. Philadelphia, alllicted with dandruir
which for twenty years had covered his scalp
with scales one-quarter el an inch in tliickmss,
cured by the Cuticura Remedies.
CcncuttA Remedies are prepared by VKKKS
& POTTER, Chemists and Druggists, SM Wash
ington street, Bosten, nnd are for sale by all
Druggists. Price el Ccticuxu, a Medicinal
Jelly, small boxes, 50 cents ; large boxes. $1.
Cuticcba Reselvent, the new Uloed Purllier,
$1 per bottle. Ccticura Medicinal Toilet
Seav, i cents. Cuticura Medicinal Sua vine
Soai 15 cunts ; In bars ler Barbers and large
consumers, 50 cents.
C3.AU mailed free en receipt of price.
One bottle Radical Cure, one box Ca
tarrh Solvent, and one Improved In
haler. Price for all, 81.00.
Is of marvelous efficacy for relieving violent
attacks et Sneezing, te which many are sub
ject, for cleansing the Head and Xasal Passages
when clogged with the offensive matter, for
deodorizing and purifying the breath, for ren
dering the Head clear, the Brain active, the
Breathing easy, anil every Sense in a meit
grateful and soetiied condition.
Beginning with the Xasal passages, it
cleanses, deodorizes, seethes and heals. It ar
rests the formation of putrid matter. It strikes
at the very heart of the disease. This done, its
constitutional action gradually and thorough
ly removes from the bleed and circulating
fluids the poison that has been sucked up by
the absorbents from purulent matter which
hail dropped into the stomach and been In
haled by the lungs. Ask your druggist for
Sanferd's Radical Cure.
General Agts., WEEKS & POTTER, Bosten.
ALLINC) Placed ever the centre
vv "' of the nervous forces, the
vrtiTnirSPKSpcicr-r?!'' pit or the stomach, they
VOITMC fcUCir.:. timujat0 tne L1'ver'
bi , 7-rtCi Stomach and Bewcls.pcr-
rLSl!;-" feet digestion, cure Dys-
nensin. Bilious Celic. Crarans nnd Pains, and
prevent Ague and Malarial Diseases. Fer
Weak nnd Sere Lungs, Palpitation of the
Heart, Painful Kidneys, Rheumatism, Xeu
ralaia and Sciatica, thev are the best remedy
In the world. Ask for Cellins' Voltaic Elec
tric Plasters. Only 25 cents.
TCHL1C SALE OF C1TV KESIDJSKCE.
On Wednesday, October 6, I860,
at the Leepard Hetel, en East Kins street, will
be sold a three-story BRICK DWELLING
with two-story back building and wash-noose
attached, sltnate Ne. lis East Walnut street,
containing hull and nine rooms, bath room
with water closet, Ac. heater In cellar. Range,
het and cold water In kltehen and bath zoom.
gas throughout, and the chandeliers aad fix
tures remain. The let is 20Kxl) feet, extend
ing te the alley. Te view the premises call ou
Salotecommonceat7:3Up. m., wben terms
will be made known by
II. SUUBERT. AUOL S35 27,aOAOCt2,
Ten-roomed, two-story and Uansard reef,
Grccu Stene Frent Dwellings,
Xes. 12) and tSS West Orange Street.
With all the best
neludiug Jenning's Improved Londen water
closets, mailile-tep waslistand, improved wall-ed-ln
range, cellar heater. perfect drainage and
sewerage, deep, dry cellar, white marble base
and steps, &c, &c. Let ii by -2i5 feet te a 14-feet
wide alley, front yard 2) feet In depth, inclesed
with ornamental iron fence.
Fer terms, 4c, apply te
JOIIX U. METZLER,
aug-21-W&Stfd Xe.a Seuth Duke St.
On WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13,1800, in
pursuance of an alias order of the Orphans
Court of Lancaster county, the undersigned
administrator with the will annexed of Joan Jean
na Barry, deceased, will sell at public sale at
tin) l.eep.ml hotel. East Ling street, in the
city of Lancaster, the following described
property, viz : All that certain two-story and
attic RRICK DWELLING HOUSE and ether
buildings and Let or Piece of Ground belong
ing thereto, situated en the Xerth side of East
King street, in the city or Lancaster, being Ne.
:l:, containing in front 21 feet, mere or less,
and extending in depth northward '215 feet,
mere or lcs, te a U feet wide public alley, and
having a front el'suiil alley of 23 feet, mero or
le-is, with a geed Brick Stable.
Term : Purchase money te be paid cash en
the 1st day et April, A. D. 1S8I.
Sale te commence at 7 o'clock, p.m., of said
day when attendance will be given ami terms
made known by.
Henkv Miin-.EitT. Administrator, C. T. A.
A7-AI.UAULK ItKAL KSTATE AX PKI-
V VATE SALE. is offered at private sale
all that valuable property situated In West
Lampeter township, known as "Recky
SpriugV containing 27 ACRES, mere or less,
et which about 22 Aeres is fertile farm land,
and the remainder weeds, being the wcll-Uuev.-n
Picnic Grounds, en which are erected
a large Twe-story blate-roef BRICK DWELL
ING, with a Twe-story slate-reef Brick Back
Building, and a large and commodious Barn,
new Tobacco Shed, Heg Sty. Cern Crib, and
ether outbuildings. Alse contains a thriving
young Apple Orchard and a large spring et
never-tailing water. The farm land Is Icrfile,
well-watered aud especially adapted te raising
tobacco, and the weeds has long been a popu
lar picnic ground, with a large dancing plat
form, tables, benches, etc. Being situated
within a mile of Lancaster city limits, it is
easy et access te markets, stores, etc. Fer
terms apply te
MRS. CATHARINE TRISSLER.
13) East King Ktrcet, Lancaster, Pa.
IXCCUrOKS SALE l)V CITY PKOF
j ERTIKS. The undersigned executers of
Michael Malene, decc.ised, will expose te sale
ou THURSDAY, the 11th duy et OCTOBER, at
7 o'clock p. m., at the Cadwell Heuse, the fel
lowing Real Estate, viz :
Xe. 1. A Letet Ground ou the X. E. corner
of Orange and Shippen streets, withatrontego
el"iri leet, mere or less, en Orange street, and
aleng'Shipneu street northward 245 feet te a
public alley, en which Is erected a commodi
ous anil well built Mansion, Xe. 301, two-stories
high with two-story back building, all in geed
repair; also en rear of let a two-story brick
stable and ether improvements.
Xe. 2. A Piece et Ground en Xerth Lime
street, west side, between Orange ad Chestnut
streets, containing iu trent en Lime street .17
feet, merupr less, and in depth westward 64
(retire inches en which is erected a two-story
Brick Tl welling, Xe.l2S, with its improvements.
Xe. 3. A Piece of Ground en south side et
Ea-t Chestnut street, near Duke, containing
in front 21 leet and extending in depth south
ward Ci feet, en which is erected a three-story
Brick Dwelling, Xe. II, with brick building at
tached, furnished witii water and sewerage.
Terms made known at tlmeefsale.
JAMES 31. BURKE,
Executers of Michael -Maloni-, dec'il.
Henrv Siil'isert. Anct.
rpiIK EXTKNSIVE AUCTION SALE OF
X 120 valuable and attractive building lets
adveitised te take place ou the 0th, 7th and 8th
et October, 1S.S0. at 2 o'clock p. in. et each day,
in the beautiful Cant End, en Clark's eastern
addition te Lancaster city. Pa., is 'attracting
general attention, and judiing from the great
intere-t already felt in it in all directions, will
be very largely attended by all these wishing
lovclyliemes, with apparent certainty of ob
taining great bargains certain te rapidly ad
vance in price and become a splendid specula
tion. These 120 clesant lets are elevated, ac
cessible, healthy, are en East King nnd East
Orange street, t woof the main streets through
the city, and iu the midst of and overlooking
one of the loveliest spots en earth, in the im
mediate vicinity of the best schools, colleges,
churches, ainusiuents and society, with water
ami gas at hand. Te persons desirous oflove eflove ofleve
I v homes at low rates. utcrcjiuntser mechanics
e'r men of leisure, this is an unusual oppor
tunity and should net be lest sight of. There
are huudiedset persenseverywliere (men and
women) who have a capital chance te obtain a
home and health and iiittlicctu.il quiet almost
for nothing, with certainty efa large advance
for their iiivcstmentat any time in case they de
sire te speculate en their investment. It Is
certainly an unusual occurrence te lind a spot
any when; combining se many desirable quali
ties, se well calculated te give these embark
ing in it such unusual satisfaction. Fer $25
ea-.li one of the-clots can be obtained and a
five year.-.' credit allowed ler the balance of
purchase money. Omnibuses leave the court
lieuc every twenty minutes free of churgc te
all (Ic-ireu-t et attending the sale.
Hkmkt SiiunKirr, Auctioneer.
T)UKLIC SALK OK VALlfAULK KKAL
I ESTATE. -On THURSDAY. OCTOBER 7.
l!te0, will btssehlatpublicsalc, en the premises.
en the Milleisville pike, in this city of Lancas
ter and county of Lancaster, Pa., the following,
A tract et laud, containing 5 ACRES, mera
or les, en which is erected a large ami conve
nient two story BRICK HOUSE, with Mansard ,
Itoef and a two-lery Brick Back Building at
tached, and a small Summer Kitchen; gas
through the house; has a Hue hall and eleven
large rooms, conveniently laid out; a well of
never-failing water with pump therein, cistern
and a choice let et Iruit trees in bearing order,
peach e. chard, etc.: a line driving read te and
Hern the- house. The ground fronts en three
streets; would be well adapted for building
lets. There is also a geed cellar under the
whole house ; heater in cellar, and geed ven
tilation in all the rooms; there is an observa
tory en top et the house, also a geed large
Barn, Carriage Heuse, Ice Heuse, stabling ler
three horses and two cows, with water ut the
barn ; a glass front hennery, 05 cet long, with
work-shop attached. There arc ou this property
about ',20 dillerent varieties or grapes, bearing,
with a line let of shrubbery, evergreen and
This property is well worth the attention et
persons who wish te buy a private residence,
or ter building lets or ter u florist.
Any person wishing te view the property
lire villus te the lav et .-ale can dese byj culling
en the undersigned residing en the same, either
by letter or personally.
Sale te commence at 2 e clock 1. 31. et said
day, when attendance will be given and condi
tions of sale will be made known by
S. Hess & Sex, Auct. aug24-ltd&titdS&7tw
CUINA AND GLalXHWAXE.
We are constantly receiving something new
and novel in
Fancy Goods, China, Lamps,
Don't fail te sqp them. ',,
HIGH & MARTIN, V
Xe. 15 EAST KING STBEET. ,
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