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Volume XVII-Ke. ?
LANCASTER, PA., MONDAY. OCTOBER 25, 1880
Price Twe Cts.
SELLING OFF! SELLING OFF!!
Rathven & Fisher
Oiler tlit-ir entire-lock el
at mill be-low Cot. with a view et tii-ceulinu-itiptlif!UKAI)Y-MAIi:
ami devetinjj their attention exclusively t
CI.OTHIXC made piemptly te order, ami
attract ion in all ca-x-s guaranteed. A select
line of Clelhs, Cnstimcrca, Worsteds, Coatings
Suiting. Cheviot. Meltons Overceatings.
Vestings, &c, alivavs en hand ami order.-, re
spect nilly heliciteil. AI-e, a general line el
RATIIVON fc FISHER
-MticiiaiiC Tailors and Drainer:-,
S. l'Jl X.uth Omen St., Lancaster, l'a.
SI'KCIAl.. These in want el" Kcady-Made
Clothing will con-nit llicir own interest ly
giving them a call before purchasing eIm--where,
its iheir Clothing arc mainly of their
own man ii lael it re ami Mih-danlially maile.
MONDAY, (MTOKKK 1 His, 1SS0.
A "emplet" Meck el
which lerclegnr.ee c.iiine: he siirpi ed. The I
Largest Assortment el
ENGLISH AND SCOTCH !
ill t hi-, city. Frices as low as the leucl -It
Ne. 51 !tet!i Qaran Slretl.
We have new ic.idy fur -ale an liumun-u
Ml and Winter,
which aie Cut an.l Trimmed In the l.ate-t
M le. We e.in i;ie yen a-
GOOD STYLISH SUIT
AS LOW AS $10.00.
In meal vailcly. maile te ei.lerat -lieit notice
at the lowest prices.
D. B. lesMier & Sen,
24 CENTRE SQUARE,
(j.lj.,1 LANCASTER. l'A.
FALL AND WINTER
Te-lay we displ.iv a lull line el the. i.ate-t
Nev.'ltieii m overceatings far the
in all the Xew Colorings, v ith "-ilk I .ic.ii.j-, l
mutch; al'-oauperier iineei Heavy Weights.
in Xew Dei-jns.
Pur Beaver, Seal Skin. Elysian,
Mentanak, Ratina and
cabb's wm mm,
Deuble ami Treble Jlille.1, ail the Xew Mixtures-.
Tayler s EnglisltfYiiii rys,
in Plain anil Fancy l!.ick-, C'euibinalinii Col Cel Col
er.s,allni.ii!e uptinil triiiimeil in the highest
Stvie of Ai t.
SM ALI NG'S
THE ARTIST TAILOR,
121 X. QUEEN STREET,
wis., p. fra-HiEY's
MONUMENTAL MABBL3 WOBKS
758 Jfertn yucen Street, Lancaster, Pa.
MONUMENTS. HKAI) ASI FOOT STOXKS,
CKMETEIIV I-OTS ENCLOSED, fee.
All weilr Riiarantce.l anil eatisftictienjj in
in evcrj particular.
N. 11. licmeiubcr, works al the extreme end
Ot NertU Queen Btreet. m3J
HANCOCK AND ENGLISH
Fer sale at THIS OFFICE
SAallESFOlil'AUADKS, TKIMMINCJS FOll
MASHES, SAUDLi: CLOTHS, SIIOUI--
DKU STKAI'S, lit:LT.-5, Ac.
Neckties, Entirely New Styles.
NEW STYLE COLORS.
UXDEItWEAli. GLOVES &c, kv.
E. J. ERISMAN'S,
se xehtjj jjui:n sti:j:i;t.
PREPARE FOlt THE CAMPAIGN
We have Largu Chine-e Lantern-.
We have Mie-lin Flags et nil .sizes.
We have Streamers in nhiimlance.
We have Deuble rerlrails of Candidate-, '11
ly IS Inchv.
"We have Single I'estralls at ."c each.
We have in steel; dillcrcm .sizes et
hac ugoed MipIyeI
Wc have Oicck Fire.
We have itailues in r-ilk ami .Metal.
We take orders ami ujly all kiml- et
D. S. lUHSK,
17 East Kinn- Street. Iiancnster.
mtvsi: vvkxishisu taunts.
VLM & BRKNEMAK.
Would ailvNe all he contemplate pulling in
HFATF.K.S or making any alteration-, in theii
heating ariangcmciit- to"!e -e at eik e lielnre
the rti-li el Fall Trade be:n.
rm: .M -! im.m '.::!.!.
s hws am kanflffls
iJlUIUiJi iUilHUiU UiM IIUK,'JU,
In the ?Iai Ie! at the
JI:AT STOVE ST011E,
152 North Queen Street,
revxji:itn Axn m ic.'iir;:sT.i.
ilQi LE i J 3IA N U FAriTjiJ V,
SHOP ON PLUM STREET,
il'."MHKtnB I.tKOitt'TiVi: Vl'eMi..
The - ii li-ciiber eenti nnes te man niacin re
P.OIL.EKS AND ri'i'EA?.! ENGINES,
F.irTainiii!!.- aiel eli-.e; iiarj.e-c-i
l! lllliMV Twiere,
"e'.lew.s ripi -,
Sbee! iron V eik. ami
t"-.l:bbliir )iieniii!!vatlen(leil te.
aiiKlS-lyill .iOIIX I'.KST.
)VA1.L VAlT.llS, At.
''t: Aiti: (uti isixe Tin: ni.y
Mxl cusien WuhIew Cornice
ever liliiiillf.ietuivil. it i- ii ir ct inilsron inilsren inilsron
Mriictien, inijle ami liamly te ailjiist anil
very ehe.ip. It cuii I)" re;;ulateil te litany or
nary w imlev. by means ii a thumbscrew, ami
ean'be ai(Jii-teil liem one fet ielHel'eel viWi1,
Theyai'e maile of x. Inch Walnut Meulding
of a New I'atlern. ami we have tliciu irn eiln
lillcient stylM. Come anl -ee them.
In Wulniit, Ash atnl I'.bony, Kml-, irimj- ami
ei:i:i:h taui.x r-.y.i
PIER AND MANTEL MIRRORS.
Ol'KMNi; FAI.I. r-'l Ybi.-. Ol'
PHARES W. FRY,
Ne. 57 NORTH QUEEN ST.
All in nan! e! i'ii.eer fancy C'ablacl Werk
weulil ie well te call ami cMiiniitc "pi,eimen
el our weik.
OFFICE rUlIMTUKi: A HPiX'IAl.TY.
!.-.' i:-!t '.Uv fitrect.
?AAiXh rei: i:vi:kvi!0!y.
11A11E CHANCE IX CARPETS,
Positive sale te Kednce Sleck et
6,090 Yarfis BrisbbIs Oarpls,
AT AND r.EI.OW COST.
Call and satisfy ycnrseir. Al-e, Ingi-aii', Kag
.mil Chain Carpetb in almost endless variety .at
H. S. SHIRK'S
203 WEST KING STREET,
Tii;n n ti
HI II II h D
DAY'S DBT PAD!
A illscevc-y which cures by the natural pre
all .liaises of the Kidneys, Klatliler, Ulinarj-Organ-,
ami Nervous System, when nothing
ele can. It is comfortable te the patient, pos
itive; in its etl'ects, ami the first cure for the-c
p.iinful ami much ilreailed atlectieiid.
Diabetes ami Briglit's Disease,
while its cures of Gravel. Drepv. Catarrh of
the ISladder. Urickdust Depe.-it, rainftil Uri
natiii!r, llih Colored Urine, Xerveus AVeak
ness and 1'ain Jn the IJack seem mere like
miracle? than caes et natural healing. Tiie
price briiifis it ivithiii the reax-h el all, and It
will annually save many times its cost in
doctor's bills, medicines and plasters, which
at best give but temporary lelief. It can be
m-e.l without tear or harm, and with certainty
era permanent cure. Fer sale by druggists
generally, or sent by mail (lice of postage) en
receipt of the price. Kcgnlar Tail. $i; Child's
Pad (ler incontinence of urine in children).
$1..V): Special (extra size), '5. Our book, "Hew
a Life Mai Saved," giving the history of this
new discovery, and a large record of most re
markable cmc, sent free. AVri'.c for it. Ail
drei Day Kidney Pad Company,
llwinK te the manv worthless
Kidney l'ads new seeking a sale
en our lobulatien, we deem it due the alllictcd
te uarn them. A-k for DAY'S KIDNEY PAD,
and take no ether. st-lydeedMW&r'&w
CU AISLES X. CRITTEXT0X,
113 I'ulteii sjt., 'civ Yerk.
$500 REWARD !
OVKIl A MILLION OF
Freiicli Kiflney Pais
Have already been -old in this country and in
France : eveVy one of m Inch has given pertcct
sati-lai-tien. an i has nerJermed cure-, every
tliiiu when M-eil according te directions. We
new -ay te the alllictcd anil doubting ones
that we wil piy the above reward ter a single
h.it the Pad fail j te cure. Thi-Great Ucnicdy
will Pe-ltivelv and l'ennunentiy cure Lum
bago, l.ame llack. Sei.itica. Gravel, Diabetes,
Diep-y, Uiight's Di-ea-e of the Kidneys, In
continence and Wctentien et the Uiine, In In
llammalieu et the Kidneys, Catarrh et the
lllailder. High Colored Urine, Pain in the
Hack, Side or Lein-, Nervous Weakness, mid
in f.ictalldi-ordersel the itladderaud Urinary
irgaus whether contracted by private di-ca-e
or etherv. i-e.
I.Al)Ii:-, it" you are suffering from Female
Weakness Lciicnrrhre-i, or liny dlsea-e et the
:. iilney, llladder, or Urinary Organ-,
YOU CAN liE CURED I
Wil lir.ut swallowing nan-eons medicines, by
FRENCH K3D3STEY PAD,
which cn:i:s p.y ai'.soijptien.
Ask your druggist for PKOF. GUI LMKTTE's
I'UEX'CIl KIDNEY PAD, and lake no ether,
it hi- lias net get it, -end S2 and you will re
ceive the Tad by return mall. Fer -ale by
JAMES A. MEYEU:-.
Odd lollop.-, Hall, Columbia, Pa.
.-.,. I enl l.v GEO. W. HULL.
Druira'-t, l.- W. King St., Laiicii-ter, Pa.
Prof. Guilmette's French Liver Pad.
Will pe-illvely cure Fever and Ague, Dumb
Ague, Ague Cake, Iblileus Fever, Jaundice.
Oy-pep-S.i ami all diseases of the Liver.
Stomach and li'.oed. Price fl.r.O by mail. Send
ler Pret. Guilmette's Treatie- en the Kidneys
and Liver, tree by mail. Address
FRENCH PAD COMPANY,
I'.UOHS AX it bTAlIOXI'.KY.
ler Lancaster rilj and Ce'inty, at
L M. FLYMN'S
S. ! WKSl' K1XO STKKET.
Ne. 32 East Kinrjf St., Lancaster, Pa.
Schools of Lancaster City,
HEW AND SECOND-HAND.
At I In- KCiWKT IMMGI'VU tl' oc!cS!eicor
JOHI BASE'S SOIS,
ID aid 17 NORTH QUEE8 STREET,
M USIVAh IX&TUUXUXTS.
Without a doubt furnish the FIXEST IX-
STUUMENTSin the MarkcL Wareroeius :ii0
Nertl: (nieen .street. Manufactory in the rear,
iliunch Olllce, 1 East King Street.
Alex. McKillips, Proprietor.
Al-e A gen t ter Lancaster County for
CHICKEKINU k, SON'S Celebrated
A Full Line el Sheet and ether Music, Mnall
Instruments, Violins llanje-., Itund Instru
ments, A: c. always en hand. HIHydSAlyw
iioer:, axi shoes.
!? Q " t5"0'i.. SIIOJUS AXI LASTS
i-iii.O 1 made en a new principle, insur
ing comlert for the feet. ft'i
Trf'Vl Uv made te order.
tebll-tfd l33.East King street
MONDAY EVENING, OCT. 25, 1880.
(ield ami Gilt.
"Stay, Martlm, I want te liave a wert,
The speaker laid his hand gently but
firmly en the shoulder of a tall yeuiitf ;irl
who, with half averted head and down
cast eye, almost let fall the shuttling grain
which she carried in her apron a gift
destined for her wandering lleek of chick
ens. "Well,"' she responded, after a momen
tary pause, and with a shade of acerbity
in her tone, " what can have happened,
Jehn, te justify you in springing after
folks like a robber and almost frightening
them into a lit '?"
"I have been cre.ss, Martha, exer.se me,
I certainly did net mean it ; but seeing
you come ever near the .station I slipped
out te give you a hurried word of warning
as my assistant's illness will net r.llew me
te quit the station all day. Yeu knew me
for a plain-spoken boy, and, I hope, a true
friend, Maitha. and will therefeie mis
judge me when I say as a friend that you
should net encourage the attentions of that
flashy stranger who calls himself Ferdi
nand Harrington. It's a name taken out
of some clean romance."
" And pray Jehn, what tight have you
te accuse the gentleman of traveling un
der a false name, or ptesetibing what re
cognition I shall give him '.'" was the sharp
" Xe right beyond that of an old friend,
Maitha, who would sacrifice his right arm
for your sake. T have always been frank
with yen, and I de net like te have the
wagging tongue of rumor coupling your
name with' this man's for I have seen
enough of him te impress me unfavorably.
He may be in earnest in his negotiations
te take the Mellen farm oil' your father's
hands but tlic way he struts and swaggers
at the hotel bar make.-, me doubt him, as
his general conversation there convinces
me tbat he has no instinct of the gentle
man." Jehn Gray had been looking steadfastly
at his companion while he spoke and could
see the bleed mount hotly te her cheek at
his closing works.
"I think." she retorted. "' you abuse the
privilege of a friend, and de net show
much gentlemanly instinct in coming te
me covertly with any such stories. I will
net listen te nor believe tlicin. It is a
shame thus te traduce a man behind his
luck. Mr. Dariiugten comes te our house
en bitnincss with my lather, and, I repeat,
you have no speak ill of him or demand
that I shall ticat him rudely."
Martha stamped her feet, passionately
and in the warmth of her indignation let
all the yellow corn tumble out of her
apron. Jehn appeared jn.ue surprised
tliait vexed at her and said :
"I am sorry te have given you utt'euse.
but I feel I have done only my duty. Let
me tell you that that gaudy jackanapes
has been openly boasting that he is te es
cort you te the concert in the town hall
te-night, and that you have reason te be
proud of his condescension te "one of these
money-country ga!s." "
" Jehn Gray, you are a slanderer, and I
wish te have no further conversation with
you." She turned around and :-trede
angrily back ever the rambling p.ith
tlii'eugu the Miruuucry.
Jehn Gray was the station-master in a
pretty Pennsylvania town, and had acquir
ed the esteem of every resident for twenty
miles around : lie had grown up among
them and they knew him te be a man of
sterling worth. The town was net a large
or imposing one in fact a ten minutes
walk from its centre in any direction
brought one into the green field.-; ; but for
all that, it possessed a couple of factories
and was the centre of considerable trade.
The railroad station steed upon the out
skirts, and directly back of it was the
home of MarkCeghlan, a neat, substantial
house surrounded by an erehaid and
grounds of generous dimensions. Hack of
this again, stretched a farm of about four
acres, chictly devoted te the cultivation of
what the owner tetnied "kitchen truck '
and the pasturage of some rich, sleek cat
tle. Further away Mark rented a large
farm en a long lease.
Mark was well off in niateii.il comforts,
but new he was growing old and felt in
clined te get rid of the larger farm if he
could advantageously de se. "I have
enough te leave you conifei table, Martha,"
he would say'.' " I have nobody ei?e te
provide for or worry ever, se what's the
use of being bothered any longer with se
heavy a responsibility as the Mellen farm,
when I cannnet piepcrlv leek after it my
self." Ten days before our story opens a gor
geously dressed specimen of the " male
swell " species had arrived in the town,
registered as Ferdinand Harrington at the
leading hotel, deposited $300 in the local
bank, and began te cast around him with
the avowed intent of settling down thete
it he could find a place te suit him. lie was
a young gentleman of ample means,
wearied of city life, and thought he might
even try farming for the novelty of the
thing. Thus he came te be directed te
Mark Coghlan's Iieasc and became deeply
interested in the Mellen farm.
Mr. Harrington admired the location and
thought it would suit him exactly, but of
course must take inquiries at lcisuie, and
he showed his sagacity by frequent consul
tatiens with the officers of the bank.
Meantime, he took a decided interest in
Miss Maitha, in whom he was quick te
discern the charms of a pure, unsephisti-
catcd womanhood, net untinged with a
spice of vanity. Hitherto the girl had re
ceived without disapproval the respectful
attentions of Jehn Gray, but it must be
confessed that Jehn's frank face was
eclipsed by that of the dashing stranger
who contrived te surround himself with a
certain hale of mystery and was even re
ported te be a nobleman in disguise.
Martha Coghlan felt flattered by his at
tentions, and took feminine comfort in the
fact that all the ether girls were burning
with jealous' at her fortune. And it
must be confessed that if Jehn Gray spoke
truly of Hanington, the latter had never
given Martha any serious reasons te ctcdit
He was uniformly polite in high-bred
fashion, sometimes appearing te glide un
consciously into the most romantic sort of
speeches and fascinating the simple
"country girl" by his graphic, descriptions
of the high sec'al circles in which he
moved both in 2Tew Yerk and Europe.
He did escort Maitha te the concert
where they weie observed of all observers,
and mere than one spectators audibly re
marked te his neighbor that the wealthy
"stranger chap seemed wonderfully taken
with old Ceghlan'sdartar."
On the day following the conceit, what
was Jehn Gray's surprise te receive a visit
from his imposing rival who handed in a
slip of papar and said :
" I want this telegram sent te New Yerk
Take the price out of this bill."'
The station-master, who was also acting
as telegrapher, gavcVfatek the proper
change, and left his fingers twitch a desire
te grip Mr. Harrington's threat. Then lie
proceeded te wire the dispatch, which ran
as fellows :
"Mr. Ilcnrj Dicks, Ne ,Blc3eker street,
"Think the place here will suit. Send en
three workmen with tools.
Why Jehn Gray should read and and re
read this message himself he could never
tell, but he kept studying ever it until his
jealousy gave birth te a sudden impulse,
and setting again te the instrument he
sent oft this telegram :
"Te the superintendent of police, New New
" There is a suspicious character here
calling himself Ferdinand Barringteu. On
back of his left hand is a lien's head in
India ink. lie telegraphs for workmen
te Ne. , Bleecker street. Is that an in
telligence office, or what? De you knew
the man '? If se, is he honest or an adven
turer '.' Answer quickly.
" Jenx Gray, Station Master.'
Within an neur came the response :
" Keep still and don't frighten the bird:
we want him and will cage him."
Wc shall net attempt te describe Jehn's
tumulteus sensations, but en the whole
he felt pleased.
Twe days later, three rough-looking
laborers arrived with their kits "bv an af
ternoen train and reported te Mr. Harring
ton. There came also a fussy commercial
traveler who centt ived te have twenty min
utes conversation in private with Jehn
Gray, and then sent a dispatch te the next
station saying, "Come ever in a wagon
and report at 11. 11. station."
On Sunday meining the quiet town was
electrified te learn that a daring attempt
had been made te rob the local bank, and
that Mr. Ferdinand Harrington and his
three "pals" were securely handcuffed in
the custody of detectives from New Yerk
and Philadelphia. Said one of the New
Yeskers: " Wc have been a long time en
the track of 'Gentleman Heb,' one of the
cleverest little cracksman in the professien:
and new wc have get him safe."'
It wa-; a deep humiliation te Martha.
Coghlan te be thus disillusioned, but it was
a valuable lessen te her. and when some
months afterwards she plighted herself te
Jehn Gray, she said: "In the future,
Jehn, I shall knew geld from gilt." Maik
did net dispose of the Mellen farm, after
all, and he says that Jehn Gray is the only
man he ever met that could take mere
bushels of wheat, out of an acre than he
Why Davis Must If? KfjiTii'il.
The lcceut cxpesuie made in these cel
umus of the professional disgrace of Mr.
Themas J. Davis, a candidate for district,
attorney in Lancaster, was net intended
as a political or personal crusade against
the man. If the nomination of such a can
didate had been one of these political ac
cidents which happen new and then in all
parlies, it would be a matter of no great
moment whether he shall be elected or de
feated. With a positively faithful court
and honest political surroundings, Mr.
Davis could inflict no great injur' upon
the county, beyond the reproach that all
must feci in the choice of se unworthy a
man te se responsible an office.
Hut the issue involved in the nomination
and election of Mr. Davis gees te the very
foundation of the purity of elections and
the faithful administration of justice in
oue of the of most populous and upright
counties of the state. The office of district
attorney has already been prostituted by
the subordination of justice te the interests
of party or faction : it has flung the gravest
reproaches upon the court, the bar and the
majesty of the law, and has brought n
prolific harvest of unscrupulous, despotic
and corrupt rule upon an honest and in
telligent people. Thcs'j serious evils
exist new, and the people of Lancaster
cannot afford te have them continued and
strengthened. The nomination of
Mr. Davis was notoriously con
trolled by the same debauchery
that has long disgraced the Republican
primat ics of Lancaster and with profes
sional dishonor made an additional factor
in the contest ; and it means net only the
continuance of the. abuses which have
shamed the administration of justice in
that county, hut the deeper disgrace of the
community and the deeper popular dis
trust of the tribunal te which all" leek for
protection te person and property.
The people of Lancaster county cannot
afford te permit the election of Mr. Davis,
when it must eiler a premium for profes
sional dishonor, for political demoraliza
tion and for the rule of unscrupulous ring
stcrs. And the Republican party of Lan
caster is much mere interested in his
rejection than is the Democratic party, for
by his election the Republicans would as
sume his disgrace as their own, and give
their highest sanction te political dis
honesty. The Republicans are entitled te
the district attorney in Lancaster, and
they should compel the prompt retirement
of Mr. Davis for a man they can elect
without the blush of shame for their act.
They should promptly and sternly call
District Attorney Eshlcman te account
and compel him as chairman of the county
committee te lcmcdy this wrong te the
party and te acquit himself of the mere
than suspicion of hoping te profit by the
election and disqualilication'ef Mr. Davis.
The honest Republicans of Lancaster can
de this if they speak in the tone of com
mand that becomes the masters te their
servants, and they should net stand en the
order of their doing it, but de it at once.
Before the exposure made in these col
umns, the Lancaster 2Tew Era, the most
widely read Republican organ in the
county, thus pictured Mr. Davis :
" With the evidence of his professional
and moral turpitude in his hand, no Re
publican who has any regard for his ic ic
spensibilitics as a citizen, who has any re
spect for himself as a voter in a party
which claims te be a paity of reform, or
who desires te prevent the prostitution of
the machinery of justice, can vote for the
Republican candidate for district attorney
and ever hope te justify the act te his own
conscience or te his honest neighbors."
With these facts staring the Republi
cans of Lancaster in the face, they are
called upon te act promptly te save them
selves from the defeat of their candidate,
or from a success that would be vastly
mere disgraceful than defeat. Let them
make exhaustive c libit te secure the re
tirement of Mr. "Davis, and if that shall be
refused by Mr. Davis and his associates,
who are responsible for his fraudulent
nomination, every honest Republican
should cast his vote for the Democratic
candidate. Under such circumstances,
the election of a confessedly competent
manlike Mr. McMullcn would be in no
sense a Democratic victory, but-n victory
for the integrity of the Republicanism of
the Old Guard.
IJrick'Sct and l'ertuble
HEATERS and RANGES
- at :
SiieWzer, Hmnphrerillc & Kicffer's
40 KAST KING STKKKT.
Gt KAIX SJLMSCULATIOK
r In lanje or small amounts. $25 or $2.G80
Write W. T. SOULE & CO., Commission Mer
chants, ISO La Salle street, Chicago, 111., for cir
Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham,
OP LYNN, MASS.,
Her Vegetable Compound the Savier
of Her Sex.
Health, Hepe and Happiness
stored by the use of
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
The Positive Cure Fer
AH Female Complaints.
This preparation, as its name signifies, con
sists et Vegetable l'reperties that arc harmless
te the most delicate invalid. Upen one trial
t he merit-, of thN compound will be recejjnired,
as relict is immediate; ami when its u-cis con
tinued, in ninety-nine cases in u hundred, a
permanent cure is effected, as thousands will
testily. On account of its proven merits, it is
te-day recommended and prescribed by the
best physicians in the country.
It will cure entirely the worst form of tailing
of the uterus, I,eucerrhn?a, irrcgularaml pain
t nl Menstruation, all Ovarian Trouble-, In
flammation and Ulceration, Flooding, all IHs
placements and the consequent spinal weak
ness, and is especially adapted te the Change
In tact it has proved te be the sivateat and
best remedy that has ever been discovered. It
permeates every portion of the system, and
"jve.s new lite and vlirer. It removes faintness.
flatulency, destroys all cr.ivlns; ter stimulants,
and relieves weakness efthe stomach.
It cures Ifleatln, Headaches, Xerveus Frus
tration, General Hebllily. Sleeplessness, De
pression and Indigestion", That Iceltngel'bcar-in-j
down, c".iusIiik pain, weight and backache.
Is always permanently cured by its ue. It
will at all times, ami under all circumstances,
act in harmony with the law that governs the
Fer Kidney complaints of either -ex I his
Compound is unsurpassed.
Lydia B. Pinkham's Vegetable 'Compound
isjprcpared at '?". and 255 Western Avenue,
Lynn, Mass, l'rice-fl. .Six bottles ter $.1. Sent
by mail in the form of pills, also in the form of
lozenges, en receipt et price, l per box, for
either. Mrs. 1'IXKliAM freely answers all let
ters of inquiry. Send ter pamphlet. Addre-x
jis above. Mention this paper.
Xe ftunllv should be without LYIHA K.
I'lXKIl lll'SUVEi: FILLS. They cure Con
stipation, llilieusiicss ami Terpiiii'y e the
Liver. . eenis per nex.
Johnsten, Holleway & Ce.,
General Agent, riiiladelphia.
Fer sale by C. A.
mill Cw. W. Hull.
Leelier, '. Kast King street,
15 West King street.
X0.I.V.1JSXOUTII (JUKI'S STUKKT.ncar l It.
K. Depot, Lancaster, l'a. Geld, silver and
Xiekel-cascd Watches, Chains, Clocks, &i:
Agent for the celebrated l'antascepic Specta
cles ami Kye-Glasae. Itepalrlng a specialty,
SPECIAL ORDERS FOR
ISi'ceive ine-t careful attention.
DKSIGXS AXD LsriMATLS sUl'MI'l'THD
B. F. BOWMAN,
10B KAST KINO ST5JKOT,
Ware, at Reason
X". 20 East King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
902 Chestnut Street,
Purchasers who desire te pro
cure gems of unexceptionable
quality and real value at lowest
importer's prices, will consult
their best interests by calling en
Special attention is directed te
the maffniflcent assortment im
ported for this season's sales.
en Fall Clethes.
Yeu are thinking of your clothing
for full; what.it shall he: hew ami
where you shall jct it.
Cemi: and Sfi: Ud.
Come atnl sec us, or iliep us a Hue,
j-ayiug what you want, as near as you
can. If you are here, yen can see for
yourself a great variety of things, try
en what you like, ami go home with
the old clothes in a bundle. That is
very easy ; anil nothing can be mere
Net a Stuanek 1i.ack.
It isn't as if you were going te a
strange place. The chances are you've
been here before, anil knew something
of our ways. Perhaps your neighbor
has been here ; anil has telil you it
was a geed place te go te. Perhaps
you've only read that we sell a geed
many clothes, and say te people who
buy them : liriug them back if you
don't find them every way te your
New this is really why wc arc net
strangers te anybody; because we
deal with everybody as with a neigh
bor; and expect him te come right
back if he has cause of complaint.
If you Don't Cemk.
But, suppose you don't come. Hew
are we going te sell you just what you
want te buy, without your seeing
things beforehand '.' Try ; write ; say
about hew much you want te pay for a
business suit, dicss suit, overcoat, or
whatever you want ; say what your
occupation is ; say anything that has
any hearing en what we engh te send
yen. Tt will net take us two minutes
te guess what you want ; if we don't
nucss right, that's our less, net yours.
IIavi: Yeiu Own Way !
Perhaps you want your clothing
made te j our measure. Did you sus-
peel that we make te measure a half
million dollars worth of cletliing
every year for people we never saw
and never expect te see? Yeu may lie
very certain that wc have a way of do
ing such work without much risk of a
misfit ; for a misfit, you knew, comes
right back te us. We arc pretty care
ful about making blunders when
we've get them all te make geed.
Om: Way :
Our way of doing business is te
make the buyer welcome, at the out
set, te all the advantage and all the.
guarantee he can ask for.
WANAMAKBR & BROWN.
Sixth and Market stiects.
CHINA AXU HASSWAltE.
Tbe " Common Sense " Stew Pan.
Feed cooked without changing the flavor or
leaving any Metallic Taste.
It never Itiirns or Score-he ai Iren or Tin
Housekeepers ami Coek.a, give them a trlhl.
Thousand-, of them heingsehl dully.
HIGH & MARTIN,
XO.J5EAST KIXG STKEKT.
JtOBES, BLANKETS, St.
ICN OF THE BUFFALO HKAV.
1 tiavc new en hand the Lakhest, Uest aid
Cheapest Assenmnnrr of Lined and Unllned
UUFFALO KOBES In the city. Alse LAI
AXI) HOUSE BLAXKETS of every descrip
tion. A full line or
Trunks and Satchels,
Harness, Whips, Cellars, Sec.
jJ-Hepalring neatly and promptly dnncfil
- .A. MILEY,"
10S North tjtiMM St., Lmncattcr.