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Volume XYII-Ne. 48.
LANCASTER, PA., TUESDAY. OCTOBER 26, 1880
Price Twe Celts.
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;Mk gy i m -)
XEW AD rEIZTZSEJZEXTS.
SELLING OFF! SELLING OF!!
RathYen & Fisher
Oiler their enliro-slecl: el
at nnd below Cost, with a. view of aiacontiuu aiacentiuu aiacontiuu
injrthe READY-MADE CLOTHING business,
and devoting their attention exclusively te
CLOTniN'G made piemptly te order, and
satisfaction in nil cases guaranteed. A t-clect
linoet Cleths, CusbimcrtB, Worsteds, Coating,
.Suiting. Cheviots. Melten-, Overceatings.
Vestlngs, &c. ul ways en hand and Older ic
spectimly solicited. Alne, u general line of
E ATHYON & FISHEE
Merchant Tailors and Drapers,
Xe. 101 Net tli Quicn Si , Lancaster, Pa.
8PBCIAL llioee in want of Rcady-Made
Clothing will consult their own interest by
giving iliein a call befoie pnielmslnj ol&e el&e
wheie, as their Clothing are mainly et their
own liianularturaand substantially made.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 11th, 1880.
A Cenipleti Stock el
winch lorclpsfancec.inno; be suiptsscl.
Larjre-t A-.eruiieat et
ENGLISH AND SCOTCH
tn this elty. Prices as low .13 the !ett; at
Ne. 51 Kerth Queen Street.
new ia.:dv t.i "ah. an hnu.rn-e
Ml and Winter,
:iie Cut nud Tiiniiueii
"Wv can i you a
In the Latest
GOOD STYLISH SUIT
AS TJOV, AS $10.00.
In great vailctr. made
ut the lowest pilccs.
le e'tdur at sheil notice
24 CENTRE SQUARE,
PALL AiTD WINTER
Te-layw2 display a full llue jf tha
sfeveliles in Overceating J.ir the
In all the Jfew Coloring, with Silk r.icinss te
match; also a superier line et Heavy Weights
Pur Beaver, Seal Skin. Elysian;
Mentanak, Ratina and
GAMS WM IE! 01,
Deuble and Tic'ile
Milled, all the Xw MIx-
in Plain aSs1 tne.v
or. all mad.; up and
Style of Ait.
ti'iiiiuiil In the hi;
rhest SM ALI NG'S
THE APuTIST TAILOR,
121 N. QUEEN STREET.
TvU. P. FHAILSY'S
MOITUMSNTAI. MARBL3 Y7C3RKS
7CS Xnri:j iiucc.i street, Lancaster, Va.
MONUMKNT.-, IIRAU AND FOOT STONES;,
CEUETKRY LOT.-. ENCLttSKD, Zc
All weik ii.ii.mtced n:"d s.ttiifiietien y .-n
in every particular.
S.H. Reineuibcr,v.er'c3:i.tthe extreme c:id
Qt North Queen sucnt. mW
Ter sale at
SASHES FOR PARADES, TRI2I1IIXG3 POR
SAbllES, SADDLC CLOTHS, SHOUL
DER 6TRA.FS, BELTS, &0.
Neckties, Entirely New Styles.
NSW STYLE COLORS.
UNDERWEAR, GLOVES &c, &c.
E. J. BRISMA1TS,
SC NORTH UCEfcS STKKfcT.
PREPARE FOR THE CAMPAIGN
Ve hare Ltrjze Chinee Lantei ns.
We have Muslin Fl ig3 et all size.
We have Streamers in abundance.
Weh-rve Deuble Peitralta of Candidate, -it
by 13 lnclie-".
Wc h.ive single Pe' t r.iiu at r,c each.
"e have In itee'c dillcient sizes of
W e have a geed supply f
V.'e have Greek Fiie.
We have Bailees in fellli ami Metal.
We talte orders sitnl supply a'.I kinds et
Equipment te Clubs.
17 East Elap Streot. Lancaster.
HOUSE I'UIlXJSIlIXli GOODS.
FLUmN & BKEXEMAX.
Would advie all who centcnipl'itc putting In
HEATERS or making any alterations in theii
he.ituifr arrangements te de se ut nuee beioie
the i uah et Fall Ti.ide bcin ,.
! THE iI()T RELIABLE
lEfeii Mm n! Raiips,
In tLcMatkct ntth
GREAT STOVE STOEE,
152 North Queen Street,
re vsii:jih uixu ma cjujcsa t.s.
if. l.-JC(MlOflVK VC'P.K
Tl. niic ;iifi pnmiuups 'e mi-niii i-jturc
r!OIL3:P.S AND tiTSAJI EXr.iyr.tf,
rerT.iu!':.j'.iiil etli-" ji'iiiviu
.uheet-heii V.'eik, and
C4" Jobbing pi einplly attended te.
auslS-lyd .IOHX RKST.
tiAhL, i'AVEItb, '.
.IK!: OKri-.KISU TIliC ONIW
: Extension Window Cornice
eer uianufaclnrcd. It U perfect initicen-
iictieu, -insple and h.tinly te adjust and
I veiy ehe.ip. It can be rts.il.ilcd te lit siuy ei-
;i n j- I'niew by means el a thumb screw, and
vun'heud i listed li onien'' feet tiilHeb-et wide.
They me jn.id: el Ay. Ine!: W.'.luut Meul'lin
el a:!v I'.itturn. and we have thrni in ijlH
1 i.illciiiit s-tile-s. cnuie and -lu them. '
In Walnut. Ash and i:bcny, End, Rinr and
ORDERS TAKRN IOR
PIER AND MAKTEL MIRRORS.
OPEMXr. y.iA. ST LK3 or
PHARES W. FRY,
Ne. 57 NORTH QUEEN ST.
Ga bluer jlaniUketurc-.
All in want el 1 ine ev Taney CihJnel Werk
would de well te c.dl and exnudnc pcr!iiun
et our werlc.
OFFICE FUIITUili: A SI'EC
isyi i:.st h iny Slrrct.
RAEE CHANCE IN
Positive s:de te Reduce Steclc et
AT AXD BELOW COST.
Cid! and s.iti-!y yourself. Alse, Ini-air, llau
and Clinin Carpels inaliuestendlcssMinety .at
H. S. SHIRK'S
O ABPBT HALL,
203 WEST KING STSBET,
Flii I Bnuiaaan's i
Xe.l.r,9XORTn QUEEX STREET.ncar T. R.
R. Depot, Lancaster, Pa. Geld, Silver and
Nickel-cased Watches, Chains, Clocks, &c.
Agent Jer the celebrated Pantoscepic Specta
cles and Eye-Glasses. Repairing a specialty,
SPECIAL ORDERS FOR
Receive most caiaml attention.
DESIOX3 AXD ESTIMATES SUBMITTED
E. F. BOWMAN,
10G EAST KING STREET,
Ware, at Reason
Ne. 20 East King Slrcet, Lancaster, Pa.
Pci-fectien in the quality of Dia
monds cannot be attained except
by tlie3e who have had a leng: ex
perience in selecting and dealing: in
the finest stcne3.
This experience Bailey, Banks &
Biddle have had for nearly half a
The Diamonds selected for the
present season's business have been
chosen with great care and are un
questionably the whitest and the
most brilliant te be had.
They range in siae from the small-1
est te the largest, afferding: every ;
purehaser an opportunity of being
suited both as te size p.nd as te price
The prices will be found lower
than these of any ether Diamond
BAILEY, BUS & BIDDLB ,is
.ir.WELfcR?. ILVER$"UT!H. IMPORTERS,
12TH AND CHESTNUT STS.,
I'.OtHiS AX Ji ATA'JIOMJ-Atr.
for Lane.iitcr Cilj- and County, at
L M. FLYNN'S
Ne. 4'J IVfcST KINO STREET.
Fancy Stationary i
Ne. 32 East Kingr St.
Schools of Lancaster City,
NDW AlTD SECOND-HAND.
At tl.f I.OWKST PRICE, at the Reek Stote or
JOM BAER'S SOIS,
15 aad 17 NOFlTH QDEEH STRBST,
L Orp laiiclflif
Without a doubt furnish the FINEST IN
STRUMENTS in the Market. Warcroems 3i0
North Queen street, Manufactory in the icar.
Branch Office, 13K E.t-t King .SticeL
Alex. McEjllips, Froprieter.
Al"e Ascntler Lancaster County for
CIUCKF.R1NO A SON'S Celebrated
Al'ull Line et Sheet and ether Musie, Small
Instruments, Violins, Banjce, Bund Instru
ment, &c., always en band. I13-lydsi:lyw
TUESDAY EVENING, OCT. 26, 1880.
EXPOSING THE SUA."1! SCAKE OT UY.il A.
The Tariff Question Net One of Pnrtuu
Politics Manufacturers Solid for the
Eaten Bill Passed by n Demo
cratic Congress Valuable
Information for la
GARFIELD A FREE TRADER.
Ills Letter te ih Cebdcn Club l'revrs
:V!r. Tilden's Aclive Support
Senater .L'uteu en tlie T,uUV.
On Ftiday evening, October 2 Senater
Eaten, of Connecticut, delivered tlie fol
lowing tiencliant speech en the tariff is is
Fer forty ycara an effort had been made
te take this sreat economic question out
of politics. If there was a manufacturer
ptesent, he would agree in saying that all
that was reqttiicd besides wise and piu
dent legislation in a taiiff was stability.
AsDauten had said of icvolutien : '"AH
that is required te make levolutien suc
cessful is audacity, audacity, audacity."
Se all that was lcquiicd by the business
men was permanence and stability. The
Heuse of ltcprcscntativcs, under the con
stitution, had the sole power of originat
ing bills for revenue. The t.uiif ineasttic
was of the nature of a revenue bill, and he
had for yeais tmdei taken te have Con
gress treat the question of the tat iff as a
business question outside the domain of
politics. On the 17th of last December lie
had the honor te intreduce in Congress a
bill giving the president of the United
States, or that man who draws the
salary gieat laughter and applause the
power te nominal c te the Senate nine men
taken from civil life net cengiessmen,
but men havinir knowledge of the niani-
fold industties of the people.
provided for jiving te tlicsa
all the power of the United
go into all parts of the United
examine into commerce, minium,
ufactures, and ali the vaiLd inUrests of
the people, and te lcpeit irem time te
time te Confess their l'.tcts and opinions
thetcen, and finally le lepeit at large
befeic Dec. 1, 1SS1. He had made it his
business te sccuie all the aid lie eettld te
take the tariff question out of politics. IFc
had been willing te ube all the feiccs he
could .seetue in :.id of his purpose. lie
was nilliii te tuc Kepubhems Gteoa Gteea
backers, and even Confederate biigadicts.
Laughter. His object w.ii. te take the
question el the taiifi out of polities, and
te reetore our commercial maiinc. The
bill passed the Senate 13 a m.njeiiiy of
three te one. Anether bill was picsentcd
by the senator from Arkansas, embodying
the same views with the exception tli.it
the commission was te be elected bv the
Senate. Ihcrefeie every member of the i
Lnited States Senate hid diveieed this,
question fi em the slime of paitv nelitics.
i and this diveieed couple would never le
cmariicd. rreat laughter. A Kepitbh-
can senate. naid that the man who r.euld
try te draw thequcstien into politics again
was a demagogue.
Our Republican fiiendt. after the cns.ui-
1 guincd shirt was buiied and it isbtuied
applause after thu Afiii'iiu wasdiiven
j out of the fence and he is driven out
' applause in the last four weeks of the
canvass have lugged this gieat economic
' question into polities. Lecus see whether
i they are honest. Let us see who petition
1 cd for this bill. I say that all the great
I industries of lha country petitioned for
! that bill. One petition alone, emanating
from six New England states, was signed
t by hundreds of men I don't knew hew
many. Theio weie men who mr.nufaetur
icd 1,500,000 bales of cotton. Thcyvte
' employment te e00,000 hands. Tiiev em
ployed eSOO.GOO.OOO of capital, and fel
' -500 000 people. That was one pctiti in.
New, I beg te ask whether these men who
sent in that petition kn-w tast what they
1 want better than some whipper-snapper
who comes here and ttndei takes te tell jea
! what they want? AsJeifetsen said? "Ne
' man can argue that the tun shines ; tiiete !
is no room for argument."' There is no
i room for argument whether the.se men
' who manufactuie 1.500,000 bales of cotton
. a year knew what they want, or some man
like Judsen Kilpatriek knows. Ap
I plause. lie talk about the taiiff! lie
i knows no mere about it than I knew about
j Hebrew. Laughter.
I say that is the end of the argument.
; I might as well sit down and give way te
j my distinguished friend fieni Maryland
who is te fellow. But I will say this :
x.very iron man l.
master in every s
Every iron man in the country petitioned
of that bill. A voice :
:s, scrap iron. i.vcry iron
tatc petitioned ler this
bill. Xeaily all the woellen men and all
the sheep-growers the third gieat item of
agricultural products in this country all
petitioned for this bill. They sent their
delegations te Washington, te use a news
paper word, for the purpose of intcr iow iew
ing the author of the bill. Liughter.
He was glad te be interviewed. Many of
tlicni came there opposed te the bill be
cause its author had the reputation of be
ing a revenue tariff man. I3ut they every
one went home, and every industrial jour
nal in this bread land went into the advo
cacy of this measure. Applause. Every
one. Thcrefore I say that the cntire Sen
ate, be far as it could, took this question
out of politics. All the varied interests of
the country have done the same thing.
Yet sonic of them arc new trying te lug it
back. Men who signed the petition upon
the express ground that they deshed te go
out of politics ate new undci taking te bull
doze their operatives. Mr. Ilawley, of my
city, the ether night, who had just re
turned fieni Europe, and hatdly get his
sea legs off, went befoie a meeting of a
thousand workingmen employed in "mak
ing machines at liridgepeit, and told them
that il Hancock was elected and tlie Deme
cratic party came into power, they would
have no work; that their shops would
close and their wives and children would
be sent te the peel heube. Yet that man
had just conic from Europe, and lie knew
that there was net a single city en the con
tinent of Europe of the size of Bidgcpert
that did net have its "Wheeler & Wilsen
sewing machine agent. He knew that the
American sewing machine had diiven the
German sewing machine out e Germany,
the Swedish sewing xaichius out e: its
own country, the Austrian sewing mnchiue
out of its own country, and all this has
been done while paying a tariff net at this
end but at the ether end of the line. Ap
plause. England is the only ceuntrj m
Europe that permits the Amciican sewing
machine te come in fice. I fellow el Mr.
Hawlcy two days afterward, and en the
platform where I speke sat Mr. "Wheeler,
the head of the establishment that makes
the sewing machines. Laughter. He was
net fiightencd. He had net scared worth
a cent. Laughter. He did net think
the election of Hancock and English
would prevent the sending of sewing ma
chines te Europe. Applause.
Xew what does this-mean? It means
that this party and its leaders and speakers
will descend te every depth of knavery in
order te carry tlie election. I want te use
plain words heie, that men can understand.
I say here it is wickedly knavish. Ap
plause, and a voice, "That's the point."
They are undertaking te deceive the peo
ple. It is a knave, a political knave, who
will steep te deceive the people. A wise
man and a statesman would net deceive
New take another industry. They
went te New Britain, Connecticut, and
told the workmen theie would be no mere
iery made if Hancock was elected: no
meie belts madc-
-none of the thousand
of Yankee inceuuitv.
VclI, what is the truth about that? The
cutlerv establishment at New Britain.
Connecticut, has driven the English out
of Canada. Applause. It has under
sold Great Britiau in Seuth Amciica. Ap
plause. It competes with England in the
East Indian maiket and this very day the
cutlery of that Is'ew Britain, Conn., make
is sold in Birmingham and Sheffield right
under their very noses. Applause. Oh,
indeed! They ate going te shut up shop,
arelhey? Laughter. Going te get mad
laughter, be tomfeols, and cct mad
w hen Hancock is elected ? Going te make
no niore cutlery and sen 1 it abroad te
make money ? Oh, fellow citizens, it is
dishonorable, it is dishonest te the very
ceic of their rotten heaits. for men te talk
in that way. Applause.
Again, there is in my own city : ma
chine shop ene of the largest in the
weild the shop of Piatt & Whitney. The
head of the establishment is a gentleman,
although he is a Republican, stiange as it
may seem. Laughter. He don't under
take te bulldoze his men. Theio arc 700
or S00 of them. But his father does, and
stockholders de, and tell the men that
theie won't be any weil: ; that their shops
will shut up the same old story about the
poerhousc if Hancock is elected. What is
the fact about about that industry? Why
this day that establishment ij executing
euleis for the emperor of Germany, for the
republic of France, sending its wares
across the Atlantic and competing with
and beating British manufacturers in mar
kets te leaeh which the latter have only a
little channel of twenty-live miles te cress.
Applause. Shut up shop, will they?
This was spoken with peculiar satire, and
elicited a rear et laughter.
Again, thcie is the great cotton indus indus
tiyef this country. Wc arc se lar ahead
of our British competitors that they arc
piiatingtmr tiade-marks every day. Ap
plause. I f,ay this because, as chairman
of the committee en feteign affairs in the
Senate, it was my duty te leek into this '
thing. I tell this gieat audience that Eng
land cannot make any of there goods and
put them down in Louden and Liverpool
for the same price as wc make them. Se
the Englishmen take the gummed and
flimsy starched cotton goods and put the
trade maiksef Amciican mills en them te
dchide and cheat thiir own people. Ap
plause. Senater Eaten told a stoiyef hew ha
had exposed the duplicity of one manu
fiiclmcr before an audience by challenging
! him te deny that he could make goods and
sell them in Xew Yerk at six and a-half
cents a yard that could net be manufac
furcd in Gieat Britain for eight and a-half
cents, nyaid. lie said that in the face of
this c::p 'sutc the bulldozing manufactuicr
was as dumb as an ouster. Yet that man
had been telling his workmen that he
would have te shutnp his shop if Hancock
was elected, because the British merchants
would come here and undersell him.
Laughter. The man knew that he was
telling a lie. As te the charge that he was
a fice trader Senater Eaten said :
'3Ir. Ilawley said in leferencc te the
bill I have told you of, in a large
public meeting. that this was the bill of a
fiee trader. Xew, Shakspearc says some
thing about a man's wiiting himself down
an as1. An American, whose government
t ewes $2,000,000,000. the interest upon
which, together with the expenses of tl.0
government, must be paid, would be an
ass te suppose that there, can be any such
thing as free trade. Therefeie, net desir
ing te enter into competition with any Re
publican, I have deelined te become a
l member of any free trade club." This
! allusion te Garfield's membership in the
Cebdcti club brought down tiie house.
Senater Eaten centinued: "They say he
i is only an lio.ieraiy member. Well, 1
I never said he wan an honorable member.
j Laughter. I said he a.v; a member, and
1 suppese they made him au honorary
member because they thought, he was in
I aceeid with them." Great laughter.
Gen. Garfield a Free Trailer.
Z.ctter Acceiitiuir Membership In the
Cebdcn Clut X'ruvcs it.
Editor of the Recerd :
Last September I was traveling in Indi
ana as nn independent spectator of the po
litical contest. I made the acquaintance
duiing these travels of many Republican
gentlemen. Net a few et thcin told me
that the "British Free Trade Association"
in Londen sent $250,000 te Amciica for the
purpose of influencing the election of a
Democratic president. I was rather 6ur
piiscd at that statement, and I addressed
a letter te ene of the most prominent mem
bers of the " British Free Trade Associa
tion, Cebdcn Club," en this subject, and
this day I have received an an answer, an
excerpt from which fellows :
"Cebdcn Club, Londen, S.W., October
12, 18S0. Our club is the only Fiee Tiv.de
association in Great Britain, and we have
no funds for election purposes. It is
against our lule te intcifere 111 any politi
cal contest, especially out of our country.
The rumor of British geld being sent by
our association te influence an Amciican
election is simply lidiculeus, and needs
no fuither comments. I have seen the
secretary of the club, who informs me
that Mr. James A. Garfield, the Republi
can candidate for the presidency in Amer
ica, is a member of our club. I read Mr.
Garfield's letter accepting the member
ship, in which he expicsscs himself as a
decided 'Fiee Trader.' "
Tiie above letter should prove conclu
sively te my Republican friends in Indiana
that they have been misguided as te Bi itish
geld being sent ever by the Bi itish Free
TiadciV association in England te influ
ence the election of tiic Democratic candi
date. I have also heaid fiem many Re
publicans in this country that Mr. Gaificld
is net a friend 01 iiec trade ; but neither
he nor his friends will care te deny that
the letter lefcrrcd te above is en file at the
Cobden club rooms. If it is lcquircdl am
willing te furnish the name of the gentle
man who addressed me the above letter.
.Tajies Bekt MANTROr,
Editor of " Thistle, dec.,''
Philadelphia, Oct. 2-i, 1SS0.
iicrviblc Disclosures or a Dream.
Three weck3 age Mis. Mary Mayer, of
Jciscy City, died of typhoid fever. She
was a large, fleshy woman, and when she
lay in her coffin there was a rcmaikably
lifelike appearance, the cheeks -beinjr
flushed and colored, as in life. Many of
tne neighbors who saw her said that they
cenld scarcely believe that she was dead.
Yesterday a startling rumor was current in
the neighborhood. Some of the neighbors
say that ever since 3Ira. Mayer's
death a married daughter of hers
who lives en Bergen Heights, avers
that she has been filled with dread
that her mother was buried alive. The
story is that she said that she had dread
ful dreams cverynight. in which she heard
iter mother caning, "Uomeanu Help me,
for Ged's sake! Come and help me!" Se
tcrrible did this beceme that she at last
consulted her sister, who lives at her mo
ther's late residence. The neighbors aver
that the brothers and sisters were se much
impressed with this story that they had
their mother's body, which was interred
in Xcw Yerk Bay cemetery, exhumed,aud
te their horror, discovered that she had
turned en her face in the coffin, and that
in her struggles she had tern one car al
most off. Tlie family deny the story in
tete, and are doing thcir"bcst te hush up
the matter; but neighbors who knew them
well aver that it is true.
Te Fretcnt Wrinkles.
A subscriber wants te knew hew te pravent
wrinkle?, the only sure remedy 1 " te com
mit suicide btdere your thirty," unle every
sprins and fall yen take prinsr B10sem
which will ki-en your bleed pure, and flesh
clear until at least slxtv. Prices: 30c, trial
bottles 10c. Fer uiebv II. B. Cochran, drug
s.'i'jt, 137 mid 133 North Queen street, Lanc.isttr,
A Facter Made Happy.
I have been jsreatly troubled with my did
neys and liver ter ever twenty years, and dur
ing that entire time I was never free rem pain.
My medical bills were enormous, and I visit, d
both the Het and White fepiinga, noted ler the
curative qualities et the water. I am happy te
sny I am new a well nian,and cured entirely 119
therebidt or Warner's Sale Kidney anil Liver
Cure. With such fdoiieiis result. I aru only
tee glad te testify iejrurdin;j the remedy which
ha-, n.adc 1110 se iiappv.
libV. 1'. 1 . UAKhl.l.tt.
Ceil Run Cressing, Arkansas. 5
Thcte U no flner Therapeutic asent than
Electricity. ur. liiemas' ueieciric Oil. 11
standard lcmedy for lameness, soreness,
brnisea ami abrasions et the skin, diseases of
the threat andlnus. piles ami kidney treub!c3
contains it. Veterinary surgeons also com
mend it for herae and cattle dise.isr. Fer sole
by II. B. Cochran, druggist, 1S7 and I0: North
Queen street, Lancaster, l'a. Ufi
The accumulated evidence et nearly thirty
years show that the Bitters is a certain remedy
lerinalail d disease, us well as its surest pi e-v.-ntlve;
that it eradicates dyspepsia, conutl cenutl conutl
putleu. liver complaint and nervousness,
counteracts a tendency te ;?out. rheumatism,
miliary and uterine disenb'rs, that it ImpaiH
vigor 10 the feeble, and chc-'is the lniud wlille
It imiger.itcs the hotly.
Fer sale bv all Driufjjlsts and Dealers Kener
ally. " ol-lydeed&lyw
"Viatvixi;, tin tonic sjimjuifica.
T A BOON TO BOTH .SBXES.
A RKMRI1Y WITHOUT A RIVAL ler all
di-ca-esaiiiiii: Irem Nervous Debility, Sexual
Dl-eidera. ever Indulgence of Vicieu llubilx,
as well as tieni the prostration el old a pre. Its
curative prepei lies in violent and chronic
ioimseftho lullett in;: diseases h-ue been at
tested te by the meit Eminent Piijslciiins:
Dyspepsia, .Self Abuse, lie-idache. Dizziness,
8e.Mi.il Exhaustion, Spcrniutenhuin, General
Debility, Imneteiiey, Pieimtture Decay, .Vc.
It I1.13 been in use ler ever lerty yeaix, and
m te day the most popular leiuedv for the dis
eases ubei e mentioned in the WORLD. It cm
be used without teurd te diet, is pleasant in
taste, and better than all, it i- a sure, sale and
ceiluin cute, it Is no ((tiaek medicine, but
stands upon Its en 11 menu, as any trial wil
amply demonstrate, since KB, tliid remedy
has alu ays been sold ter a much larger price
than th it ler which it is new told ; but evting
te thu act that the time Inr the payment el
an enormous 1 eyaltv upon its m.iniit.icUiie has
utpiieil, itisellered te the suirerliif; or both
sexes at one de'lar per package, w as te be
within the 1 etch of all; at winch pneu It will
1 e "cut te any addie-; tree et fut thf r charge.
""bfl. WILLIAM TOUNGr,
ir, Spruce Mi cct, Philadelphia.
Maj ehim'',:i d 021 all diseases by mail.
iu:xi:v axi uiyjcii cube.
liiMi s Liver
$1.25 PER BOTTLE.
A Positive Hernedy for ALL Kid
ney, Liver and Urinary Troubles of
both Male and Female
-It saved my lire."-. It. Lal.ehi, Kelma,
" It N the remedy that will euro the niiiny
diseases peculiar te women." Mether's 2fayu
sine. "It haspas-ed severe tests and wei endow
ments fieni f-enie et the hiKhestmedlcal talent
in the country." yew i'erh World,
"Xe lcmedy heictoleie discovered can be
held ler nnemmnent in comparison villi It."
C. A. Jlarvcv, D. LK, Washington, D. V.
This Great Natural Remedy Is for Hale
hy Druggists in ail Fans el the World.
TRY IT AND TAKE 0 OTHER.
H. H. WARNER & CO.,
KOCUKSTLU, ?.". Y.
Brick-Set tad Portable
HEATERS and RANGES
Shertzcr, Huniplireville k KielFers
it BAST KING STRCLT.
JiOOTA AS1 SHOES.
XUJlQ X made en a new principle, iusur-
OriTC! Lasts made te order.
lii.East King "treet
1 KAijt srii.cUL'A'rieai
V3T In larp;c or small amounts. $Z or tSO.OOO
Wrlte W. T. SOULK & CO., Commission Merchant-,
ISO, La Salic sttcct, Chicago, 111., for cii
en Fall Clethes.
Yeu arc thinking of your clothing
for fall ; what it shall be ; hew and
where yen shall get it.
Come an ftgs Us.
Come and see us, or drop us a line,
r ayinj what yen want, as near us you
can. If you are here, you can see for
j eurself a great variety of things, try
011 what yen like, and go home with
the old clothes in a bundle. That id
very easy ; and nothing can be mere
Xet a Stranee Plaejs.
It isn't as if yen were going te a
.strange place. Tiie chances are yeu've
been here before, and knew something
of our ways. Perhaps your neighbor
has been here ; and lias told yen 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: Bring them back if you
don't find them every way te your
New this is really why we are net
strangers te anybody; because we
deal with everybody as with n neigh
bor ; and expect him te ceme right
back if he has cause of complaint.
If tec Des't Cejie.
But, suppose you don't conic. Hew
aie 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, dress suit, overcoat, or
whatever yen want ; say what your
occupation is ; ay anything that has
any bearing en what we engh te send
you. It will net take us two minutes
te guess what you want ; if we don't
tzncha right, that'n our Ies, net yours.
Havk Yevr 0.w. Wat !
Perhaps you want your clothing
made te your measure. Did you sus
pect that wc make te measure a half
million dollars' worth of clothing
ccry year for people we never saw
and never expect te see ? Yeu may be
very certain that we have a way of do
ing such weik 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.
Ouu "Way :
Our way of doing business is te
make the buyer welcome, at the oufc eufc
hct, te all the advantage and nil the
guarantee he ran ask for.
WANAMAKBS & BROWN.
v.xlh nud Maikut Sticuta.
CII l. A ANli OEASSWAJIE.
Feed cooked without chancing the tlaver or
leaving any Metallic Taste.
it never Burn? or Scorches as Iren or Tin
Housekeepers and Cooks, give them a trial.
Thousands of them bulngbOld dully.
HIGH & MARTIN,
Ke. J5 EAST KIXU STREET.
UOJiES, JtLAIfKETN. Jit.
QIGN US' TUG Hl'STALO HEAD.
ROBES! ROBES J!
I have new 011 hand the Lakckht, Best and
Cuxavkst AssenTXESy of Lined and Uullncd
BUFFALO ROBES In the city. Alse LAP
AVI) HORSE BLAXKE1S of wvery descrip
tion. A full line or
Trunks and Satchels,
Harness, Whip3, Cellars, &c.
7'Ker-aIriii; neatly and promptly de:ie."G
IOS Serth Queen M., LfC04ft.ri