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---4T '7 . ;: jl v-t.-- it-Ti - ---.- v-; - - 1 i T- ti-.jf.- ,; &m-r YeUme XYH-Ne.5. LANCASTER, PA MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1880. Price' Twe Carts. $ ; 9k .Ba.BB) TVBrBlBr V W Bl', X.TTbI r.RdBBWBBBB3BZlBnBr BBBBBBBB B BB BkX BI Bi B H Bl HT 'fl !BM PXbIXBi f 1 B- Vf . . clothing. H. GERHART, TAILOR, Ha? J nst opened a CHOICE STOCK or FIHK WOOLENS FOBTHK FALL TRADE. SELECT STYLES nml none but the best el "ENGLISH, FRENCH AD AMERICAN FABRICS, AT Ne. 51 North Queen Street. H. GERHART. Spring Opening AT 24 CENTRE SQUARE. Wi: have let sale for (lie coming seasons an lmmenc Stock et it our own manufacture, which comprises the vilest ami Most STYLISH DESIGNS. Come and see our MEW GOODS FOB MMGiNT TM1L1, .vliicli is larger ami composed of the best styles te iHleuud in the cltjv D. B. Hostetter & Sen, 24 CENTRE SQUARE. M yd LANCASTER. PA SMALING, THE ARTIST TAILOB. Closing out our stock. of Light Weights at cht te make room for Fall and Winter Stock. A Large Line of English. Novelties. TROPICAL SUITINGS, SERGES AND REPS, I5ANNOCKBURNS AND CELTICS, GAMHROON PARAMATA AND BATISTE SUITINGS. SEERSUCKERS. VALKNCIAS, PAROLE AND MOHAIR COATINGS. A Splendid Assortment of Wilferd's Pad.led neks In Plain and Fancy Styles. A Pull Line Pucks et 1 El All the latent no vcltles. An examination of our stock is respectfully solicited. I. K. SMALING, ARTIST TAILOR, 121 NORTH (WEEN STREET. GENTS' GOODS. F OR LINKN COLLARS GOTO ERISMAN'S. F ?Olt KAMiJV STOCKIMGS GOTO ERISMAN'S. p U SUSPENDERS GOTO ERISMAN'S. TJOK HBW STVLK LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, GO TO E. J. ERISMAN'S, rt NORTH OUEKN STREET. GllOVElCIES w HOLESALK AND RETAIL. LEVAN'S FLOUR AT Ne. 227 NORTH PRINCE STREET. dl7-lyd AK. HcCANN, AUCTIONEER OP REAL . Estate and Personal Property. Orders left at Ne. 33 Charlette street, or at the Rlack Herse Hptcl, 44 and 4G North Queen street, will receive prompt attention. Bills made out and tteadoawwitiieutaaiUonalcost. e.7-ly Beady-HadB Clothing, JEWELRY. LOOTS WEBKR, WATCHMAKER. Ne. 158 NORTH QUEEN STREET, near P. B. R. Depot, Lancaster, Pa. Geld, Silver and Nickel-cased Watches, Cliains, Clocks, Ac. Agent ter the celebrated Pantoscepic Specta cles and Eye-Glasses. Repairing a specialty. aprl-Iyd Lancaster Watches. We have Just received a second invoice of the New Lancaster Movement. te which -we call special attention of anyone wanting a Reliable Watch at a LOW PRICE. E. F.BOWMAN, 106 EAST KING STREET. LANCASTER. PA. Lancaster Watcn Ce. Watch, NAMED Wet Elld, U isk. Geld Case?. WeSt End, in Hk. Geld Cases. W eSt End, inSllvcr Hunting Cases. WeSt End, in Silver open-face Case. AT- AUGUSTUS RHOADS'S. Jie. 20 East Kin? Street, lancaster, Pa. IIOUKS AND STATIONERY. S' CHOOL BOOKS. SCHOOL BOOKS ANI SCHOOL SUPPLIES for Lancaster City and County, at L M. FLYNN'S Ne. 42 WKST KING STKEKT. OCUOOL UOOKS, BLANK BOOKS AND Fancy Stationary AT FOff DERSMITH'S Ne. 32 East King St., Lancaster, Pa. ang3S-4ld SCHOOL BOOKS Schools of Lancaster City, NEW AND SECOND-HAND. At the LOWEST PRICES, at the Reek Stere et JOM BAER'S SOUS, 15 and 17 NORTH QUEEN STREET, LANCASTER, FA., VA11VKT8. iai;gains for kveuvuedy. BABE CHANCE IN CABPETS, Positive sale te Reduce Stock et 6,000 Yards Brussels Carpets, AT AND I1ELOW COST. C:dl and satisfy ycnrsclf. Alse, Ingrain, Rag and Chain Carpctbinalmestcndlcssvaricty .at H. S. SHIRK'S CARPET HALL, 203 WEST KING STREET, LANCASTER, PA. fUJlSITVJtE. HBINITSH, FINE FURNITURE ASP Cabinet Manufacturer. All in want of Fine or Fancy Cabinet Werk would de well te call and examine specimens et our work. OFFICE FURNITURE A SPECIALTY. HEINITSH, 15EaHt King Street. CAMPAIGN GOOVS. c MPA1GN GOODS! New Samples ! New Styles ! Clubs ami Committees invited tee-all and ex amine enr goods before purchasing. CAPES, COATS, HATS. CAPS, HELMETS' TORCHES. RADGES. STREAMERS, FLAGS, RURGEES. (Political Lanterns very cheap.) Bunting Flags of All Sizes. Portraits of Presidential Nominees en cloth, suitable ler Banners and Transpar encies. FLASH TORCH. Every Club ought te have some, even if they de net nave them for entire Club. D. S. BU11SK, 17 East King Street, Lancaster. eitr goevs. FAOESTOCK'S, Next Doer te tne Court Heur, Have opened this day large lines of DOMESTICS. BLEACHED AND UNBLEACHED MUSLINS, all the populer makes at less than regular prices. CALICOES. Wc have lust received large lines of PRINTS of best quality, light and dark, lnj Remnants at 6 and 6 1-4 Cents. MADRAS GINGHAMS, In all the new styles. Red, White, Grry, Canten and Demet FLANNELS. LINENS, NAPKINS AND TOWELS, in large quantities. CHEAPER THAN EVER ! CALL STOCK OF Wall Papers Carpets. BODY BRUSSELS CARPETS, ROXRURY CARl'ETS. TAPESTRY CARPETS. BRUSSELS, HALL AND STAIR CARPETS. VENIT1AN CARPETS. All grades of Ingrain and Rag Carpets. CRUMB CLOTHS AND RUGS, ALL SIZES WINDOW SHADES. CURTAIN POLES. CORNICES, ftc. J. B. MARTIN & CO. FALL 1880. FALL 1880. CLOTHS, Cassimeres CLOTHING. HAGERA BROTHER have nowepcualargc sleck of New Fall and Winter Goods for Men and Beys' Wear, which they will sell by the yard or make up te order, and guarantee satis faction. Black and Colored French Cleths, of Superior Quality for Dress Suits. FRENCH AND ENGLISH WORSTED SUIT INGS. PLAIN AND FANCY CASS1MERE SUIT INGS. PLAIN AND FANCY CASSIMERE FOR PANTS. CASSIMERE FOR BOY'S DRESS ANDSCHOOL SUITS. FALL AND WINTER OVERCOATINGS. Clothing, dotting. The largest Stock we have ever offered for Men, Youths ami Reys, manufactured by our selves from carefully selected Goods, which we can recommend with entire confidence. GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. In Large Assortment ami Latest Style of Neckwear, Hosiery, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Suspenders, Linen and Paper Cellars and Cuffs, Iiundried and Uiilaundricd Shirts, Scarlet Flannel Shirts and Drawers, White and Color ed Merine Shirts and Drawers, in all qualities and full nt-sflrlmcnt of sizes ler Men, Youths anil Beys. Wc Invite examination. & COAL. B. It. MARTIN, Wholesale and Retail Dealci in all kinds of .LUMBER AND COAL. 3-Yanl: Ne. 430 North Water and Prince si rccts above Lemen. Lancaster. n3-lyd C0AL! COAL! COAL! COAL Ceal el the I lest (juallty put up expressly ter tainily use, and at the low est market prices. TRY A SAMPLE TON. 49- YARD 150 SOUTH WATER ST. neiXl-lyd PHILIP SCnUM.SON CO. c: OALI COAL! COAL!!! We have constantly en hand nil the best grades of COAL that arc in market, which we are selling as low as any yard in the city. Call ami get "ir prices before buying else where. M. F. STEIGERWALT & SON, sJ7-lyd 234 NORTH WATER STREET. C0H0 & WILEY, 350 NOJiTU WATER ST., Lattcaster, l'a., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in LUMBER AND GOAL. Connection With the Telephonic Exchange. Branch Office : Ne. 3 NORTH DUKE ST. feb28-lyd COAL! COAL! Fer geed, clean Family and all ether kinds of COAL go te RTJSSEL & SHULMYER'S. Quality and Weight guaranteed. Orders re spectfully solicited. OPPICE: SS East King Street. YARD: C18 North Prince Street. augU-taprlSR COAL! - - - COAL!! GORRECHT & 00. Will deliver coal at the following prices: B. D. Broken EggandNut $4.33 Enterprise, Broken Egg and Nut 4.3.1) ' Steve - 4.60 Lykcn's Valley, Broken, Egg and Steve. : 4.80 " " Nut 4J All Grades Ne. 1 Pea 3.35 WeigUfguaranteed. P. W. GORBECHT, Agt. J.B.BEILLEY, angU-tfa W, A. KELLER. DRY GOODS. TO STATE FAIR VISITORS ! INVITATION. A Cordial Invitation te visit my store, and te make use of it during your stay in the city. In the waiting-room, as you enter from Chestnut street, you may rest with ladies and chil dren; leave parcels, checked; and enjoy many ether little fa cilities. I want you te see my place and business; and te learn hew easily, safely and advantageous ly you can send there from your homes for almost everything. JOHN WANAMAKER. Chestnut. Thirteenth and Market street", and City Hall Square, Philadelphia. sep lOtd DRUGS, AC. SKLLLINU OFF FISHING TACKLE AT COST. Avail yourselves of this opportunity, fisher men, te lay in at bottom prices a complete stock et TACKLE, AT FREY's PHARMACY. Cor. N. Queen and Orange Streets. Lancaster, Pa. Drugs, Chemicals at the lowest prices. nlO-yd TJULL'SDRCG STORE. PURE DRUGS AND CHEMICALS. All Kinds of PATENT MEDICINES AT HULL'S DRUG STORE, 1 5 West King St., Lancaster, Fa. Alse a Large and Fine Assortment of TOILET AND FANCY ARTICLES, American. Frcnchand English PERFUMERY", Teeth, Hair, NaU, Flesh, Cleth, Shaving and Infant Brushes, Preparations for the Teeth, Soaps, Hair Oils and Pomades, Trusses, Shoul der Braces anil Supporters. PURE GROUND SPICES. FLAVORING EXTRACTS, FISHING TACKLE, RODS AND REELS or Every Description. HULL'S DKUG STORE Ne. 15 WEST KING STREET. au?'2S-lyd AGRICULTURAL. OTATK FA1K. Twenty-seventh Annual Exhibition OF Til Pei'a Airicinral Society W1IX BK HKLD IH MAIN CENTENNIAL BUILDING, FAIRM0UNT PARK, PHILAD'A. SEPTEMBER 6 te 18. . Entries and Competition Free ! INTKBNATIONAl. SHOW SHEEP, WOOL AND WOOL PRODUCTS. SEPTEMBER 20 te 25, 1880. Entry Beeks will close at the Office, North west corner of Tenth and Chestnut streets, August 31, 1880. $40,000 IN PREMIUMS. CASH PRIZES FOR LIVE STOCK, 24,315 Excursion Tickets at Greatly Reduced Rates. Liberal Arrangements for Transportation. D. W. SEILER, Recording Sec'y. ELBRIDGE M'CONKEY. Corresponding Sec'y WILLIAM S. BISSEXL, j , President. angl6,18tM.23,g,28,30,8cp2tel0 MARBL. works. WM. P. FRATLEY'S MONUMENTAL MARBLE WORKS 758 Itertn Vjneen Street, Lancaster, Pa. MONUMENTS, HEAD AND FOOT STONES, GARDEN STATUARY, CEMETERY LOTS ENCLOSED, Ac. All work guaranteed and satisfaction given 'in every particular. N. B. Remember, works a', the extreme end of North Queen ntreet. , man TRY LOCHER'S RENOWNED COUGH 8YBUP. iUmastcr I-ntrlltgrnrcr. MONDAY EVENING, SEPT. 6, 1880. STOEY OF THE 7EBA GM. SINKING OF ONE OF THE STRONGEST STEAMERS IN THE WORLD. Graphic Details Frem the few Survivors of the Hurricane Which Ground the Ship te Pieces. Hew General Terbert Died Men and Corpses Drifting Fifty Miles te the . Shere 68 or 69 Lives Lest Out of the 79. RADICAL BALLY. The Kloedy Shirt at a Premium Brutal Vituperation by Republican "Ora tors "A Uaiiiier-Kakjng With out a Banner. Tlie Less of the Vera Cruz. Frem the latest reports of the wreck of the steamer Vcni.Uiuz it appears that et the twenty-nine passengers and fifty crew of the steamer, ten in all two passengers and eight of the crew arc known te have escaped alive, and no hope is entertained that the list will be increased except pos sibly by the nanie of one passcugcr, about whose safety there is uncertainty. Tiie passengers who arc safe are : A. K. Owen, a civil engineer, of Chester, Pa., who was accompanying General A. T. A. Terbert te Mexico, and O. P. Silva, a Brazilian stud ent just graduated in civil engineering at Tufts college and en his way te Mexico te take a position as assistant engineer en the Mexican Central railroad. Seven seamen are saved, se that the total less of life is sixty-eight or sixty-nine. Mr. Owen tells the following story of the wreck : "At 1 p. m. last Saturday, I heard Capt. Vau Sice say te First Officer Harris: 'I have just noticed that the barometer is falling rapidly ; we arc going te have a hurricane.' Orders were given te cut up and threw overboard sonic cars for a Mex ican railroad and some barrels of oils and acids, constituting the deck lead. The cyeleue struck us en the pert bow a few minutes later. It was accompanied by terrible rain and lifted the ship almost en her beam ends. It was impossible te get about without support. All movable articles were threwu lxein pert te star board. The wiud was northeast and the vessel was steering south by cast. During the evening the windows of the main saloon were carried away. The waves broke ever the ship, filling the saloon, staterooms and lleating the carpets. At midnight the passengers were lying or sitting en the fleer talking with or assist ing each ether. Many of them had been severely cut and bruised against the fur niture. Geed cheer prevailed and all were quiet and composed. The servants were kind and attentive. Gen. Terbert had been washed out of stateroom Ne. 5, early in the evening and his right check was badly bruised. At 1 a. m., Sunday, the engine room was still dry. A drag was put out, but it reversed and was useless. It had net been gotten ready till then and was tee small te render service. At 2 a. m. the ship took a heavy sea, the water put ting out the lircs and stepping the engine. The donkey engine was started at the pumps and was working when the steamer sunk. The purser came below, calling for General Terbert, and said that the captain wanted the assistance of the passengers or the vessel would sink. I immediately get up and went te the deck and the engine room and assisted in bailing for an hour, Captain Van Sice also passing buckets. The sea was constantly breaking ever the vessel, coming between the decks in large quantities, the donkey engine going te no purpose. Finally we abandoned all hope of saving the vessel. There was no excite ient en beard, and each man assisted his neighbor in arranging lifc-prcservcis. General Terbert was a perfect sunbeam, encouraging and assisting everybody. The storm was most terrific such waves and wind as cannot be described. The ship was listed ever en her beams by every wave. It was only possible te crawl from one point te another. The storm was se thick we couldn't sec a hundred yards, and it was impossible te face the wind and rain. "At 4:12 a. m. the sea broke into the cngiuc room, making a crash like a bat tery of artillery, and dashing passengers and furniture into ene mass. General Terbert came te me with Master W. Atter idge, nine years old, and said : Yeu take this boy and care for him.' I said, We will all be dead in fifteen minutes. It's mercy te the little fellow te let him go down with the ship. Don't take him out in this storm.' The general insisted, say ing, ' Wc can't leave the dear little fellow behind ; you must save him ; take him till I come back.' A minute later the sea came through the saloon, mere terrific-ally than ever, filling it waist deep, the water smashing in the pert side. The boy and I were rolled ever with a heap of furniture aud trunks. I picked him up and took him te his father iu Secial hall. The pas sengers crowded Secial hal! at the top of the stairs, said their farewells, adjusted their life-preservers and expressed words of sympathy. They took my advice aud remained en the ship till she went down. The captain was seen just before 4:12 a. in., when the sea smashed the pert side of the upper deck. Whether he left the ship or was washed overboard I de net knew. Harris, the first mate, aud one or two sea men took the beat at the star bow, but were killed before the beat could be lower ed. Miller, the first engineer, and his as sistants stuck te the ship till she sank. O'Neill, the quartermaster, and a seaman whose name I don't knew steed at the wheel till the vessel sank. About G a. in. the ship broke in half, filling the sea with wreckage of all descriptions. Ne idea can be formed of the appearance of that im mense quantity of freight dashing together, with men, women, children and horses swimming or sinking through the surging mass, and with the waves fifty feet high, net in swells or ridges, but in peaks, four peaks breaking like surf towards each ether. When we rose en one, it was net te go I down en the ether side, but te be whirled ever tne top ana sent roiling or nying through the air te the opposite wave, and se backwards and forwards. This lasted two or three hours. Then the waves be gan te come in swelling ridges, and wc rolled or fell down en the opposite side. General Terbert was picked up by Chas. Smith, the second assistant engineer, fif teen minutes after the ship sank. He was then weak and required assistance Le get en fragments of wreck. When these frag ments turned ever, a minute later, Gen. Terbert disappeared and I saw him no mere alive. The wind was se terrific that planks were lifted by it, dropping among the living and dying people. All were bleeding from wounds and half were dead and dying in fifteen minutes. The scene was appalling. I passed Mr. Atteridgc and his son ten minutes after the ship sanK. iney were aueut ten yards apart, clinging te different fragments. I and Themas Drumgoole, fourth assistant en gineer, get en a piece of the dining saloon twenty-five by ten feet across. We were in the water twenty-two hours, two-thirds of the time rolling ever and under. We both went blind at night from the salt water in our eyes. When we struck the breakers at 4 a. m. Monday our raft went te nieces. We were whirled through the breakers te the beach twelve miles north of Mesquite inlet. I think we had drifted fifty miles. Spiidt, Kelly and Talbot get ashore little later within three miles of me. Brandenbcig and Greenfield came in eight miles south. Twe passengers and two seamen get in south of tne inlet. These three passengers and eight seamen are all who are known te be saved en the coast one hundred miles north and south of where we landed. Gen. Terbert came ashore near New Britain, six miles above me. Ilis body was discovered in the surf at eight o'clock en Monday morning. He still had en his life-preserver. When Mr. Pitts caught him his heart was still beat ing and warm, fresh bleed was running from a wound ever his right eye. Every thing was done te restore him, without avail. He was probably hurt among the breakers by being struck by a plank te which he was clinging. I brought his body te Halifax river and buried it in a palmetto grove in Betcfnhr's farm, oppo site Daytona. Captain S. Bl. Pinckham, of the yacht Anna, brought us te St. Au gustine, where Mayer Geerge S. Crane, E. G. Crane, C. F. Hamblin, G. Van Dern aud Captain Heuse opened their houses te us and paid us every attention, captain Hall, of the steamer Water Lily, brought us te Jacksonville, where T. F. Welling ton, representing Dr. J. C. Lcngle, aavc us every attention. We heard of ten wrecks, two of steamers and eight of sail ing vessels, along the coast. People are collecting fragments of cargo for 100 miles up and down." - A Surviving Seaman's Story. "At daylight, Sunday, the beats wcre put ever and manned. They no sooner get their leads than they were smashed te atoms against the steamer, all hands being swept away and their lives dashed out against the vessel's side. Beat after beat was dashed te pieces in the same manner until the passengers would net venture te leave the steamer. Captain Van Sice aud his officers lest their lives iu ene of the beats. At 5:30 p. m., a heavy sea struck the vessel forward and crushed her in fere and aft. All the fires and lights were put out and everything was Bedlam men and women screaming and shrieking for help 'en all sides. The steamer was clean broken in two. Alter a few surges she foundered and went down, carrying with her all who were en beard. When I rose te the sur face I could sec new and then pieces of drift stulf aud sometimes one or two men. The women made no efforts te save thcmselves.and were all drewnedin my sight. A mother (probably Mrs. Welsh, of Fnmtcra, Mexico) and her daughter were clinging te each ether during the gale, and they came ashore that way, drowned. Frem that time until 4 o'clock a. m. I could occasionally see ene or two men as they rode upon the crest of a wave. It was useless te try te held en te. anything, as the sea would tear it from your grasp drive you two or three fathoms under the surface and upon coming up again you would have te grasp something else. I was compelled te dive or dodge away from pieces of drift stuff which would have killed me if I had been hit by them. Alter 4 a. in. Sunday I saw no ene alive. I came ashore en the Flerida coast about 7.30 a. m. Monday, having been about twenty-six hours in the water." Fizz! Republican Disappointment The Banner Didn't Come Flreweras Bloody Shirt. As stated in Saturday's Intelligencer the Garfield banner, ordered by the Yeung Men's Republican club, did net come te hand, and sad were the hearts aud long were the faces of the club in consequence. As a grand demonstration hadliccu prom prem ised, however, en Saturday evening, it was resolved te go en with the sham, and have a banner-raising without a banner in imi tation of the theatrical manager who put upon the stage the tragedy of "Hamlet" with the character of Hamlet emitted. By 8 o'clock there was quite a crowd en North Queen and Eaet King streets, as there is en every fair Saturday cveniug, and when the committee en pyretechny commenced burning colored lights and ro re inan candles en the reef of the club room building, all the. children aud some grown people gathered iu and about Centre square. The City cornet band occupied tfie reef of the awning iu front of Heiss's building, aud rendered some fine music, as they always de. A staud was erected in front of Eshlcinau aud Kathven's binding and hither the young Republicans repaired. AValter M. Franklin, esq., mounted the platform, apologized for the disappoint ment caused by the non-arrival of the ban ner, thanked the citizens of Lancaster for their liberal contributions for the use of the club, invited the young men of the city without regard te party te call at their rooms and read the books and papers there, spoke a geed word for popular edu catien, free speech and the purity of the b;il let, eulogized Hancock ler lus distin guished military services, but begged his hearers te vete for Garfield and save the nation. Iu conclusion he proposed three cheers for Garfield, which were given, and then some unauthorized individual pro posed three cheers for Hancock, and they, tee, were given with a will. Win. D. Weaver, J. Hay Brown, Ches ter N. Fair, of Reading, and Wm. A.Wil A.Wil eon followed in brief speeches, containing absolutely nothing but vindictive vituper ation of the solid Seuth, a waving ei the bloody shirt, a declaration that the Re publican party had saved the union, and that uulcss Garfield was elected it would be again imperiled, as the entire Seuth was still in rebellion and the entire North ern Democracy were rebel sympathizers. The fearful manner in which Weaver ges ticulated, the ludicrous bobbing up and down of Hay Brown's bald pate, the sol emn monotone of Mr. Farr, and the long drawn, drawling, nasal utterances of Billy Wilsen, added te the unanimity witn which they air, with one accord, predicted the most terrible consequences te fellow the election of the here of Gettysburg, gave rise te no little merriment among the veteran Democrats present who had fought, and some of whom had bled while being led te battle and te victory by that distinguished Union commander, says one, "If things are as bad down Seuth as these blatherskites would have us believe, Hancock is the very man te better them." Says another, "Yes, if twenty years of Republican rule has resulted in intensifying hatred between the sections, it's time we had achange." "It's a wonder some of these loyal patriots don't open a recruiting office and call upon us te "join the band" of Mesby, Leugstreet, Key aud company te help them save the coun try from Hauceck and the Confederate brigadiers." "Nick Geedman would make a splendid commander, saiu one. "ae would Jehn B. Markley and Thad Dickey, and Fatty Eberman," said another ; and thus the jest went round. There was but little applause and when a cheer for Garfield was ventured it was unanimously answered by a counter cheer for Hancock. The fire-works were by no means bril liant, and some of the men having charge of tlicm had the bad taste te direct several of them towards the Democratic head quarters in the ether angle of the Square. The storekeepers were much chagrined at the bad management of the fireworks, as the falling sparks from the roman candles en the roefhad the effect of keeping lady customers out of the store. KIDNEY FADS. DATS WM FAD! A DISCOVERY BT ACCIDENT, wntch supplies a want men of eminent ability have devoted vears of study aud experiment te And a Specillc for Diseases et the Kidneys, Bladder, Urinary Organs and Nervous System and from the time or its discovery has rap idlv increased in favor, gaining the approval and confidence et medical men ami these who have used it ; it lias become, a favorite with all classes, and wherever introduced has super seded all ether treatments. In short, sncfi Is its intrinsic merit and superiority, that it is new the only recognized reliable remedy. Is Strongly Endorsed! We have the most unequivocal testimony te its curative powers from many persons et high character, intelligence and respen nihility. Our book, " Hew a Life was Saved." giving the history of this discovery, and a Iarg5 record of most remarkable cures, sent free. Write for It. DAY'S KIDNEY PADS are sold by all drug gists, or will be sent bv mall (free of postage) tin receipt of their price: Regular. $2; Special, for obstinate cases of long standing, $3; Chil dren's, $1.50. Address. Day Kidney Pad Company, TOLEDO, OHIO. CAUTION., Owlnir te the main worthless Klilncv Pads new seeking a sale en our reputation, we deem It dm- the afflicted te warn Ihem. As-k ler DAY'S KIDNEY 1AI, ami take no ether. sl-lydeedaiW&F&w $500 REWARD! OVKU A MILLION OV t PROF. GUILMETTE'S French Kidney Pels Have already been sold In this country and in France ; every one of which has given pcrlcct satlsiactien, and has performed .cures every time when used according te directions. We new say te the afflicted anil doubting ones that we wll pay the above reward ter a single case et . . . (LAME BACK that the Pad falls te cure, xiiiu Orrat Remedy will Positively and Permanently enre i.uui i.uui Irage. Lame Rack. Sciatica. Gravel. Diabetes, Dropsy. Urlght's Dlsexse of the Kidneys, In continence and Retention et the Urine, In flammation of the Kidneys, Catarrh of the Rladdcr, High Colored Urine. Pain in the Rack, Side or Leins, Xcrvens Weakness, and in fact all disorders of the llladdcr and Urinary Organs whether contracted by private discase or otherwise. - ... LADIKS, ir you are suffering rnnn tcinale Weakness. LeucerrhOKi. or any iltseie et the Kidneys, Uladder, or Urinary Organs, YOU CAN BB CUBED 1 Without swallowing nauseous medicines, by simply wearing PROF. GUILMETTE'S FRENCH KIDNEY PAD, WHICH CURES JJY ARSORPTIOX. AskyonrilruggtstferPROF.CIIILMETTK'S FRENCH KIDNEY PAD, ami take no ether. ir he lias net get It, send ft! and you will re ceive the Pad by return mall. Fer sale by JAMES A. MEYERS, Odd Fellows' Hall, Columbia, Pa. Sold enlv by ! EO. W. HULL. Druggist, 15 W. King St., Lancaster, Pa. augll-tiuidcedM,W&F Prof. Guilmette's French Liver Pad. Will positively curi! Fever and Ague, Uiimb Ague, Ague Cake. Rillieux Fever. Jaundice, Dyspepsia ami all diseases of the Liver, Stomach and Utoed. Price fl.30 ly mail. Send Ter Pret. tiullmette's Treaties en the Kidneys anil Liver, free by mail. Address FRENCH PAD COMPANY, Teledo, Ohie. augll-C'udeedM.WA F WALL PAVERS, &r. PHARES W. FRY, Ne. 57 NORTH QUEEN ST. MAKES ALL KINDS OF WIRE SCREENS for windows, and put up in such a manner that yen need net remove when you close the -window. We have some decided bargains in WALL PAPER. In order te close will he sold very low. PLAIN WINDOW SUA DES, iu all colors and widths. Extra Wide Ceeds Ter Large Curtains and Stere Shades. Fixtures or Rest Makes. Hollands, Fringes, Tassels, Cords, Leeps, Paper Curtains, Ac. Extension Window Cornice In a variety or Patterns, will tit any window up te Ave feet In width. Cornice Poles, Ebony, Walnut and Ash. ORDERS TAKEN FOR FINE PIER AND MANTEL MIRRORS. Fry's, 57 North Queen Street. CU1NA AND GLASSWARE. L OT OF WAKti FROM NEW YORK AUCTION CHINA HALL. SOLD AT Auction Prices. Housekeepers don't nites Rargalns. HIGH & MARTIN'S, Ne. 15 EAST KINO STREET. ROUES, BLANKETS, St. OIGN OV TUK BUFFALO HKAD. ROBES! ROBES!! BLANKETS! BLANKETS 1 have new ea hand the Lauccst, Rest ahd Cueatest AsseKrxKirr of Lined ami Unllncd BUFFALO ROBES in the city. Alse LAP AND HORSE BLANKETS of every descrip tion. A full line of Trunks and Satchels, Harness, Whips, Cellars, &c. 49-Rcpairing neatly and promptly deners . A. MILEY, cswyiMw$ a.