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3S cr .!. ' ' . - - -. J&1 . l d r- r V ' ' .'& rttSt,- mtfajStea a SI LAtfCASTEE, PA.. MONDAY. AUGUST 27, 1883. Price Tire Ceatf. Yelntn XIX Ne. 306. ' rfliliitcHiqcmTr Sk 1 WATMR COOLERS, &V. TjlLINN ft BKENE1UK TO PROPERTY OWNERS AND PAINTERS. As a business transaction would yen be willing te pay one dollar ler an article you could purchase for ninety cents ? We are the agents ler Lancaster and vicinity ler Wadswerlh, Martinez & Longman's Fnre Prepared Paints. And we claim that they are the beat and cheapest paints In America. And we don't make this assertion and leave It unsupported. Faint one-half of any surface or one-halt ei any building with this paint and the ether half with a'-rlctly pure White Lead and Linseed Oil, or any ether mize-l paints In this country, and It the part painted with this paint docs net cost ten per cent. Usslhan ler paint used, we will make no charge for our paint. And further, any building that lias been painted with this paint that Is net satisfactory te the owner, and net remaining ee fgr a proper term of years, we will repaint at our own expense with White Lead and Linseed Oil or any ether paint he may select. As many el the prepared paints are adulterated with benzine and water we make this liberal eSer. We will pay one thousand dollars for any eenzlne or water leund in any original package or WADSWORTH, MARTI NE & LONGMAN'S PURE PREPARED PAINTS. FLINN & BKENEMAN, Ne. 162 NORTH QUEEN STREET, DRY 1EUKUK FAMNKSTOUK, GEORGE FAHNESTOCK, ( BAER'S OLD 8TAND.) NO. 14 EAST KING STREET, OPENED THIS MORNING, A NEW LINE OE JERSEYS, FOR LADIES, MISSES AND CHILDREN. ThrsoGeort-t have been Fcarcc. Rut we will new be able te supply them in all Celers and Slses. from $2 50 te the Best Grades. ..crsey Cleth by the Turd in All Shades. GEORGE FAHNESTOCK, NO. 14EAk -1ING STREET, fLUJXItlNG AND 1UN L.. A UN OLD. PLUMBING, GAS-FITTING, GAS FIXTURES, OIL FIXTURES, TIN ROOFING, SLATE ROOFING, Steam Fitters' Supplies, Patent Celd Case Heaters. ESTFinest Werk, Best Workmen. Leave your Orders at JOHN L. ARNOLD'S, Nes. 11, 13, 15 EAST ORANGE STREET. LANCASTER, FA. LIVKRY W OUGHTOJTS. HOUGHTON'S New Livery and Sale Stables. FRI3T-CLAS8 HORSES AND BUGGIES TO HIRE ; ALSO, OMNIBUSSES FOR PARTIES AND PICNICS. HORSES BOUGHT AND SOLD AT ALL TIMES. Stables Ne. 44 Market Seet, i. ear of Old Black Herse Hetel. JSUOKS AND J OHN HACK'S bUNS. SCHOOL BOOKS, Scheel Supplies and Stationery, WHOLESALE AT SPECIAL RATES, ATTHK BOOKSTOSE OF JOHN BAER'S SONS, Nee. 15 and 17 KORTH QUEEN ST., . LANCASTER, PA. UU31A.tr GUANO. G 1 KANOGK FKKTILIZKIl CO Cera pc Bed of Pure Human Excrement and Urine. Unrivaled for Wheat, Tobacco, Grass, Cern, &c. SOLI) BY WM. II. JONES, Ke. 1,021 Maiket Street; C. B. BOGEB8, Ne. 133 Market Street; GRAHAM, EMLEN A PASSMORE, Ne. 631 Market Street; J. HIRER & SON, Brancntewn, rhl adcipbia, and responsible dealers generally. OFFICE. Ne. 333 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. uugla Gmd OOAJj, B. B. HABTITI Wholesalo and Ret&li Dealer In all kinds 01 LUMBER AND COAL, erfard: Ne. 120 Nert.li water and. Prince treets above Lmen Lancaster. n8-lyd naCMUABUHEBS & JKFFJSRIES. COAL DEALERS. OFFICES. Xe. 23 Neiitii Queen Street, akd NO. 5(J4 NOHTK PRIXOE STBKET. YARD!). North Pmxcb Street, near Read ing Depot. LANCASTER, PA. augl5-tfdE CWALl VUALI j Tbe undersigned lias for sale, at bis Yard, Cor. Andrew and S. Water Sts., nlargea-sortmentof the very best kinds et Ocal for Family Use, which lie will deliver, carefully weighed and screened, te any part et the city at the lowest market rates. Orders by mall or telephone flJuTy?uTly- PHILIP GINDER. MANURE AN1 OOAI. New Yerk and Philadelphia Herse Ma li are by the carload at reduced prices. All the BEST GRADES OF COAL, Beth ler Family and Steam purposes. CEMENT by the barrel. HAY and STRAW by the ten or bale. Yard 315 Uarrisburg Pike. Ubnkrai. Office 'jeyi East Chestnut street Kauffinan, Keller & Oe. aertlyd pOAL. M. V. B. COHO tiX'i NORTH WATER BT., XtitrcMMr, Jtrtt,, Whelesale and Retail Dealers In LUMBER AND GOAL, imjcciiun With the Telephonic Exchange. Vara and Office Ne. 380 NORTH WATE WTIIKBT lebJWvd I) OUT FUHGKT THIS TWO SMALL HA vana clears for 6a. genuine article, at HARTMAN'S YELLOW FKONT C1UAK LANCASTER, PA GOODS. LANCASTER, PA. GAB FITTING. STABLE. STATIONERY. EXCURSIONS. rilHK EXCURSION SEASON UF 1883. TO THE SUMMEK BESOKTS AND EXeUESION POINTS OW OR VI A The Shenandoah Valley Railroad. THE CAVERNS OF LUKAY. THE NATURAL BRIDGE. THE VIRGINIA SPKlNGS, fta, &0. Perfect previsions at LURAY ler the ac commodation of Excursion Parties et all sizes. Transportation Bates arranged ler parlies et varlens numbers from 5 te S00. Correspondence invited from schools. Churches, Societies and Associations, ler the arrangemcatel Special Bates ana Excursion Days. Transportation rurnished en SPECIAL TRAINS when the site et the party Justifies. Application through the General Passenger Agent or Superintendent of the Keart en which the Excursion Party originates, te either et the undersigned, will receive prompt attention. Small parties desiring accommodations at the LUBAY INN can also be cared ler by similar application. Bound Trip Tickets te the VIRGINIA SPRINGS and SOUTHEBN SUMMEB BE SOKTS en sale en and atter JUNE 1, at the principal Ticket Offices of connecting lines. SUMMERTOUBIST GUIDE BOOKS and all lnlormatien furnished en application te the Passenger Agents.Shenandeah Valley B. B. or the Virginia, Tcnnessce & Georgia Air Line. A. POPE, Gen. Pass. & Tfcx. AgL, O. HOWABD UOIEB. Lynchburg, Va. Uvislen Pass'r Agt. Haserstewn. Md. may30-3md tHWUB AMU STATIONER N EW BOOKS. FOR SUMMER READING. " Mr. Isaacs," by S. Marlen Crawford. 4 Dr. Claudius," by S. Marien Crawford. " Through One Administration," by Burnett. " But Xet a Weman." by Cardy. ' Successlul Men et Tc-day." And all the Latest Seasides and Magazines L.M.FLYNN'S, Ne. 42 WBST KINO STBSBT; paOLKBA! CHOLERA! ?E0F. DABBYS Prophylactic Fluid. The aiest Pefferfal Antiseptic Known. WILL TREVENT the CHOLERA. It Destroys the Grrx3 of Disease. The most pewerlul An tiseptic agent which chemistry has pro duced. Its use either inter nally or externally ren ders allitcemes In con tact with, pure, sweet and clean, the produc tion of disease-germs ceases and the patient recovers. Tl'ften mtrrt nn Ulcers It is a fact established bv science that wanv d 1 s e uses are Intro duced by putrlfactlen, which iepreduce3 it selt and propegates the disease in ever widening circles. Ttese diseases gencr Knl,l Rurni Krun. ate contaKieu and till the air with death. liens and Heres it slops all pain, sweetens tne Such u that dread Ter Ter eor. Asiatic Cholera, which Is new devastat ing the East and ad vancing en its mission of death rapidly te wards our shercOther diseases of the same sort are Dinhtheria. pans ana promotes me rnnid formation of healthy Jlesh. It Pumfibs Atmosphere. Its exposure in a Typhoid Fever, Scarlet, Sick Roem, Celler, fever, amaupez, juea sles. Yellow lever, Ergsipelas, etc. All these genorate conta gion. Other diseases Fever and Ague, Ma larial Fever, etc., arise from contagion which Closet or atable puri fies the Atmosphere and drives away tha germs et disease and death. Taken internally. It purifies the stomach. UlVinir it leiiu miu comes irem uampness. healthy vigor. It is unhealthy situation or tnusuiat n cures mui mui gestien and Dyspep sia. When used as a Le. lien it destrevs all Freckles and lileteh- fireduclng germs, caving the skin clear, white and transpar ent as that or a little child. It renders all it comes in con cen TACT with Perk and Healthy. uncieanuness. All these Diseases can be cured only by stepping the produc tion of Disease Germs and destroying these already produced. Beth these results aie accomplished by the use of Prof. Dar by's preparation of Beracic Acid and Chlorlne, known as DAitnr b Prophylactic Flcid, fcpacedecs net permit us te name many et the uses te which this great Germ-Destroyer is applicable. Ask your dtuggist :or printed matter descriptive or its usefulness, or ad dress J. H. ZE1LIN & CO. Manufacturing Chemists PHILADELPHIA. 60 cents per bottle. Pint bottles, $1.00. Fer sale by II. B. Cochran, druggist, 137 nnrt 139 North Queen street, Lancaster, Pa. JanH-lyeed&w s IMARITaN NKKV1NK NfcVJUt Ii,ILS. SAMARITAN NERVINE! THE GREAT NERVE CONQUEROR. The only known specific ter Epileptic Fits.'ea -Als j ler Spasms and Falling slckncss.-a Nervous Weakness quickly relieved and cured. Equalled by nene in delhIumeflevcr.-tt3 aa-Ncutralizcsgcimsei diseases and sickness. Cures ugly blotches and srubuern bleed sores Cleanses bleed, quickens sluggish circulation Eliminates Beils, Caibuncles and Scalds.-ffia -Permanently and promptly cures paraly- sis Ycs.it Is a charming and lieallhlul Aperient. Kills Scretulaand King'a K II, twin brothers. Changes bad breath te geed, removing cause. 5Reuts biliousness and clears complexion. Charming reselvent and matchless laxative. It drives Sick Headache like the wlnd.339 49-CentaIns no drastic cathartic or opiates. Promptly cures lheiimatism by routing it.- Resteics lile giving prepertits te the bleed. IsBuanintetdtocuie all neivousdiseidcrs. 49-BelIablc when all opiates faIl.-S2X Refreshes the mind and invigorates the body. Cures dyspepsia or money relnnded.-Sft JSS-Endorsei in writing by ever fitty thou sand Leading physicians In U. b and Eurepe.-ga Leading clergymen In U. S. and Eurepc.-3 Diseases efthc bleed own it a conqueror.- Fer sale by all leading diugglsts. 1.50.-S The Dr. S. A. Richmond Mclic.il . Preps. St. Jeicpli. Me Chas. N. Crittenden, Agent, New Yerk City, aprll-lyeedcfcw ('-) TJUKSUN'I I OBUIIS l'L,.hl'j:ii. BEYOND THE RIVER. Away AcreH-. the MlFsl-ljipi Bivcr is if ei.l s CetivmcliiK onversatlon. ' 1 tell you sir. that they are one el the neat est combinations ecr pieduccd, and mycx mycx mycx poiiencoof tnat seit et thing ha been wide enough te entitle my judgment te soiucre seiucre snect." "Oh, 1 don't knew," lospended the first speaker's Iriend, with u. little yawn as though he didn't take much interest In the subject, "I have never been able te sec much i.ifference in these things. Theyaru pretty nearly the same size, and made et about the same stuff " The talk, of which the Ten-going is a frag ment, took place in Gallatin. Missouri, net long age, in the snug oflice of Dr. M. P. Flow ers, one et the leading physicians el the state, who followed up the vein in which he had in troduced It substantially In these words. "Nonsense, that is the lismarole of a boy, or rather, et a man who cither doesn't knew or doesn't care what he says. These things, as yen call them, are Just as diflerent as the moon is from green cheese. New, liniments, lotleiM and ointments are very geed in me3t cases ler the relief of pain or Inflammation. But, in the first place, they arc unclean. They soil the hands and the linen, besMcs being always ent et leach when they aie most wanted." " Well, my dear doctor," sighed the faveler from the North," what would you have ? Thip is a wretched world anyhow, and nothing Is ever at hand when it 13 wanted. Y'eu can't suggest anything " " Yes, I can," broke in the doctor, thumping the table with his fist, "I can suggest BEN SON'a CAPCINE POROUS PLASTER. I have tried it en my patients, and I have tried it en uiysell for an attack el Pneumonia, and in all cases relief has followed in lrem three te lorty-eight hours. The old plasters are atage coaches the Capcine is a telegrapn dispatch. Fer Instance, in cases et Neuralgia, Muscular Bheumatism, Lumbago, letarded action of Kidneys, and " " I give it up, doctor, and in case of need I'll buy Bensen's." said the traveler, pleasantly. In the centre e thegenuins is cut the word CAUCINE. ScaburyA; Jehnsen, Oicmlsts, New Yerk. augl6-lmW,Siw NOIICB IO XKKM'AS-KKS AD UUA NEBS. All persons arc hereby forbidden te trespass en any of the lands 01 the Corn wall or Speedwell estates, in Lebanon and Lancaster counties, whether inclesed or un un lnclesed, cither for the purpose of sheeting or fishing, as the law will be rigidly enforced against all trespassing en said lands et the undersigned after this notice. WM. COLEMAN FBEEMAN B. PERCY' ALDEN, EDWARD C. FBEEMAN, Attorney for B, W. Celeman's Helra, eiMJtunr ARTHUR IN DANGER. THE PLOT ON TtlE VKLLOWSTONE. Kcperted Departure of a Band, or Guerillas, Shoshone Indians and Cowboys te Cap ture the President. Considerable excitement exists in Ogden, Utah, ever a report which appeared in the Weed River Time$ that a party of cow boys had started for the Yellowstone park te kidnap President Arthur. Sheriff Parry has detailed two trustworthy depu ties te leek the matter up, with instruc tions te summon a strong posse and arrest the kidnappers if the facts are as stated The Times says : During the past two weeks a number of strangers, all well provided with geed riding animals and tire-arms, and resembling a party of regulators or Texas cowboys, have camped en Willow creek, and considerable curiosity has been expressed as te the intention of the party. Berne ac counted for their outfit by describing them as a party organized te go np into the Indian country or en a prospect ing trip, while ethers believed thorn te be a party of Arizona "rustlers." During several days past several of the party have ridden through the town in a defiant manner and mysteriously disappeared. Prem a man who came in te-day it is learned that the party, who induced him te join them and make certain pledges of secrecy, were organized te proceed te the Yellowstone park. They left last night, going en the stage route, and the inform ant escaped during the night. The object of the expedition is te corral and capture President Arthur and party and te spirit them away into the mountain fortresses and caves, where they will b3 fed, but kept prisoners, while members of the party act as pickets te prevent their being surprised and captured while nego tiations for ransom are conducted. The captain or leader of the party has an idea that a heavy ransom will be offered by the personal friends of the president after the search for the presidential party shall have been given up, and that half a mil lion dollar? or mere can thus be extorted from the secret service fund and divided among the party en the principle adopted by the Italian banditti. The escaped member of the party says that there are sixty five men in the outfit, some of whom were guerrillas in the late war, and that five wild Shoshones and Banneck Indians go along as guides and scouts, who are armed with repeating rifles and scalping knives. The leader is a Texas desperado, en whose head a price has been set, and with the exception of two Italians, who left the railroad grade, and a few ethers, the party are cowboys. A grand council was held the night befere last en the prairie, when every niau swore by his dagger in the firelight te de his duty. TIIK CRIMINAL UALKNUAK Tlirt Paugliter et a iUilllenitre Uetected In a jrergery. The buperintendentef McCreery & Ce.'s dry geed store called at police headqurteru in New Yerk, with a nete ordering an evening dress, net te exceed $73 in cost, te be ecnt immediately te Saratoga te Mrs. Leuis Da Jonge, the bill te be charg ed te her husband, a merchant in Duane street. The note, it was learned, was a forgery, committed by some unknown peisen, v. he, during the past fourteen months, had .swindled McCreery & Ce., mere than once, and had also victimized ether dry goods houses. A dress, such as was ordered, was given te a detective who went te Saratoga. He inquired for ' Mis. De Jonge," and was received by a handsome, fashionably dressed woman, about twenty-six years old, who said that the dress was for her, aud complained of the delay in sending it. Ou the expiess book presented she signed the name of " Mrs. De Jonge." The de tective then arrested her, and 6he made a full confession of the numerous swindles attributed te her. It was learned that she is Mrs. Caroliue G. Davis, daughter of Alexander Greer, a tobacco mci chant of Albany, who died a few years age, worth $2,000,000 She was married when eighteen years old te R. B. Davis, fiem whom she afterwards separated and was divorced in April last. Mrs. Davis' rela tives are all weallhy and she is also under stood te be pjssessed of means. lilt: VENUhllA AMONU NKOKOES. Arsenic Mixed With ueer and Ure.idwUb xutal hfl'ecln. Iu Heme, Ga., a n-gular family feud between three families resulted in the poisoning of nine negrees. Several neigh bois iiviug near Walter Price's house had fallen out with Price's wife. A few days aee she told them they would be sorry for it before Saturday night. Next morning Waiter Piica carried home a vessel filled with lager beer aud some flour. Neighbhr ing negrees weie invited te drink, find flour was distributed among te make bread. Nine partook of beer aud bread, and every ene was seen after made very tick. One woman named Ella Jenkins suited a little six year old child te the city for a doctor, and died befere the child returned. The child was tak.-n sick and di-'d befere dinner. Three of the remain ing seven are iu a critical condition. Drs. Hamond and Themas Uelnics administer ed antidotes for arsenic poiseuiug, as every sympten was thai of arsenic poisoning. The wife of Price was also poisoned, ar.d ahe says her husband did the work, as he wanted te get rid of her. A pest mortem examination was held en the dead woman and her stomach is te be analyzed by Prof. Lyne. Price pretended he was poisoned, but the physicians decided otherwise, and he was committed te jail en a charge of murder. THE TliACK Or UltlAliu. A u:eudy midget of Twe Dajs ewt, Rebcit 13. Haync, for two years pay master of the Seuth Carolina railway company, committed suicide iu Charleston en Saturday morning by sheeting himself in the head. He was 35 years of age. A coronet's jury rendered a verdict; of in sanity. At the Cherokee county campmeetiug in Georgia, the family of William Dcveril were poisoned by eating pies that had arsenic placed in them by sonie unknown person. The crime cannot be accounted for and the mystery has caused great excitement, there being 3,000 people at the camp. It is thought the poisoned people will recover. Themas Owens, a wealthy New Yerker, was drowned at the Twin Lake, near Salsbury, Connecticut, en the 14th inst. A colored man named Abel Jehnsen, who was rowing him across the lake, said he jumped out of the beat, but as Mr. Owens were valu ablejewelry the story was doubted and Jehnsen was arrested. He protested his innocence, but is said te have twice at tempted suicide. Owens' body has been recovered and shows no marks of violence. While Mrs. Susan Munson and her 17 year old daughter were walking through a lonely and unlighted street in Fair Haven, "Connecticut, en Saturday night, Themas Clark, a farm hand, attempted te assault the daughter. The mother at tacked him vigorously, and he turned uren her and stabbed her, the knife cut ting her wrist. Finally a man's voice answered the cries of the woman, and Clark stabbed the daughter in the hip and lied. He was arrested later. The women are in a critical condition owing te nervous shock and less of bleed. Andrew Burt, city marshal, and Charles Wilkins, city water master, of 0eden, Utah, were shot by a colored man en Sat. urday. The marshal is dead. A crowd took the colored man from the police and hanged him. The body was then dragged through the streets. The marshal and Wilkins were trying te arrest the colored man when they were shot by him. Caleb Lincoln, a farmer of Saginaw city Mich., was shot dead en Saturday night by his son Charles, whom he had threatened in a drunken frenzy te kill. Jeseph James, colored, was shot dead by Daniel F. White also colored, in a quarrel growing out of a "sparring set te" in the yard of a saloon in Baltimore en Saturday night. Henry ilertel aud his wife were found murdered in their store, in the suburbs of Savannah, early yesterday morning. Twe colored men were arrested en suspicion. Late en Saturday night a mob at Park City, Utah, compelled three train hands te take an engine and caboose and carry thirty mask ed men .te Coalville. There they broke open the jail, took out a man named Jehn Murphy, conveyed him te Park City and there hanged him te a telegraph pole. Murphy was in custody en suspicion of having committed a murder. OIKtS CALAMITIES. Accidents Resulting In Death. Byafire in a two story tenement in Bosten yesterday morning, four persons were smothered te death, while a fifth was fatally injured by jumping from a window. The victims were Geerge and Themas McLaughlin, aged 14 and 11 years respectively, Mrs. Fred Savage, aged 40 years, and Katie and Mamie Savage, aged 13 and 1 J years respectively. Three men get en top of a sleepiag car en the Hudsen River railroad at Peekskill en Saturday- right, for the purpose of stealing a ride te Albany. While the train was passing through the R0.1 Heek tunnel two of the men were killed by their heads striking against the tunnel's top. One of the victims was Henry L. Mitchell, of Cambridge, Mass., the ether is net known, but is said te have been a waiter in tbe Parker house, at Bosten. Twe children of Themas Frain, of Mt. Brydgcs, Ont., aged 3 and 5 years, died yesterday "from the effects of strychnine administered instead of santenin. Crimi nal proceedings, it is thought, will be taken against the druggist who supplied the poison. The New England railroad passenger train leaving Hartferd at G o'clock en Saturday morning, killed Mis. Margaret Gallagher, a well known resident of Buck- land, 8 miles out of the city. She was 50 years old. Simen Squires, 45 years of age, was burned te death at Southport, Conn., en Friday night, by the explosion of a coaleil lamp. Phcabe Ceuzius. the woman's rights lec turer, is reported among the lest in the late cyclone in Miuneseta. Her parents leside in St. Leuis, and until Tnesday they heaid fiein her daily. Upeu.thatday she left Kassou, Minnesota, and started for Mantonville, since when all trace of her has disappeared. The ceuutry tra versed by her that day was the scene of the cyclone. Colonel II. C. Heffman committed sui sui ieide yesterday morning at Horseheads, near Elmira, New Yerk, byakieg strych nine. It is supposed be was insane.' Cel. Heffman was 57 years of age. He was a soldier of the Union, and bad seivc'd three terms in the New Yerk Legislature. The Flames. A fire in Mifflintown, Pa., before day light en Satnrday morning destieyed the Foreman hotel, the pest office, a dwelling and a block of stores, causing a less esti mated at $CG,000. A tramp was arrested en suspicion of having cauhed the fire. The ice house and stere sheds of the Milwaukee, Lake Shere & Western rail road, at Mauitewac, Wis., were burned en Thursday. Less, $40,000 .1 ruLICKniAN'.S DUTY. Policeman Ed. K. Heath, 20 North Street, rertland. Me., May 11.1SS3, writcj : " I have been troubled ler a geed many years with Inflammation et the Madder, dating as tar bscS as during the time I was In the army. I suffered with dull, heavy pains In the back and k.dneys te 3 intense iormetoo desciibe, and tried scleral remedies that were recommended, and was examine 1 by one of our best physicians, who pronounced It In ila nmatien et the bladder ; and I went te the hospital ler treatment, but all medicine and treatment had seemed te fail. I was recom mended te try Hunt's Remedy, as it had been used in several sue 1 cases here In Portland and vicinity. I purchased a bottle at Smith's drug stere here, and found atter using the first bottle that It relieved me greatly, and alter using several b ttles found that It did me mere geed than all ether treatment and in,cdlclncs I have lecelved combined. And te add te 1113' geed opinion of Iluut'd Remedy, I beg te state in closing fiat my wife has been ler a long time treub'cd with a weakness and inflammation of the bladder, with a complica tion et ether diseases peculiar te women. Alter using only two leUlC3 she has been com pletely cured ; and I can say that my wife i3 loud In praise e: this wendcrfal medicine, and I would highly recommend it te all who arc suffering from kidney diseases or diseases et the bladder." Portland, Mk . May 11, 38S3. I hereby certify that I knew the tacts et the sickness et Mrs. E. K. Heath, and that they are correctly stated in the foregoing certifi cate, and her euro wa3 accomplished by the use of Hunt's Bemedv. A. W. Smith, Druggist, Cor. Portland and Green Streets. NO niATKBIAL CHANUK. TI1I3 is te certify that I have used Hunt's Bemedy ler the kidney complaint, and derived much benefit from its use. I have been afflicted about one year, and 10 ceived treatment from the local physicians and used a number of se-called specifics with out any material help. I am happy te say, after using three bottles of Hunt's Remedy, I was completely cured. I never fall te rccemmenu it, and you are at liberty te use my name in any manner you may desiie. Jehn W. JonssTex. Norwich, Conn., May 7, 188B. Dr. .1. Marien Sims, N. Y., onders23 Darbys Prophylactic Fluid, tee advertisement. Of Matcblesa Merit. Fer the nese and threat. Internally or exter nally used Themas Klectrtc Oil is matchless. Asthma, catarrh, and serious threat affections are quickly amenable te this fflcient remedy. Fer sale by H. B. Cochran, druggist, 137 and 139 North Queen street. UucKlen'd Arnica salve. The greatest medical wonder of the world. Warranted te speedily care burns, Bruises, Cuts, Ulcers, fcalt ltbeum. Fever sores. Can cers, Piles, Chilblains, corn?, Tetter, Chapped Hands and all skin eruptions, guaranteed te cure in eveiy Instance, or money lelunded. 25 cents per box. i or sale by Chas. A. Lechcr. le23-lyeed&w Over the lilllgte the I'oerbonse " A person with Impaired or impoverished bloeu is en the read te physical bankruptcy. Jinrdeck Bleed Bitter t strengthen and enrich the circulation, repair the tissues and buildup the en tire system. Fer sale by H. B. Cochran, druggist, 137 and 139 North Queen street. A 8tartllBc; Ulacevary. Physicians arc often startled by remarkable discoveries. The fact that Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption and aU Threat and Laes Diseases is dally cutlng patients that they have given np te die. Is startling them te realize their duty, and examlne into the merits of this wonderful discovery; re sulting in hundred of our best Physiclan?s using It In their practice. Trial bottles free at unas. a. juecner-s irug aiore atguut e.u, 11.00. X WUb Kverybedv te Knew. Rnir. nenrtra IT. Thftvflr. an Old Citizen Ot this vicinity known te every one as a most mnuenuai citizen ana cansuan nuuuuu- ui the M. E. church. Just this moment stepped In our store te say, " I wish everybody te Knew that I consider that both myself and wife ewo our lives te Shiloh's Consumption Cure." It Is having a tremendous sale ever our counters and Is giving perfect satisfaction In all cases et Lung Diseases, such as nothing else has done. DBS. MATCHETT ft FBANCE. Boubbeit. IncL, May 15, 19. Sold by H.B. Cochran, djuggist, Nes. 137 and 139 North Queen street. Lancaster, leblleedl J&EDIVAI. 1 YKK'S SAltSAPABlLLA. Words Fail. "Words fail te express my gratitude," says Mr. Sxlbt Cactkr, el Nashville. Tenn., " for the benefit derived lrem. Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Having been afflicted all my lite with Scrofula, my system seemed saturated with it. It came out In Ifletehes, Ulcers and Mattery Heres, all ever my body " Mr. Carter states that he was entirely cured by the use of Atkr's Sabbat-a-rilla, and slnce discontinuing Its use. eight months age, he has had no return of the scrof ulous symptoms. All baneful Infections of the bleed are promptly removed by this unequalled altera tive. mEr arkd BT Mr. J. C. Iyer & Ce., Lewell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists. $1. six bottles for 15. aug2G-s2-lydw. TERRY DAVIS'S PAIN KILLER. CHOLERA! CHOLERA MORBUS CHOLERA INFANTUM ASIATIC CHOLERA ALL CHOLERA DISEASES YIELD TO THE INFLUENCE OF Perry Davis's Pai Killer. THE GREAT REMEDY FOR EVERY KIND OF BOWEL DISORDER. Captain Ira B. Foss.ef Goldsberough.Malno. says: "One of my sailors was attacked sever ly with cholera merbus. We administered fain Kiucr, and saved him." J. W. Simonds. Brattleboro, Vt , says ; " In cases of c.ielcra merbus and andden attacks of sunrrer complaints, I have never found it te fall." ALL. THE DRUGGH3T3 8FLL IT. aug 1 lmd&w BOOTS & HIIOEH. y LL1AMSON & ITOSTKIl REMARKABLE BARGAIN. A Let of Ladies Newport Ties. Made in Desirable Sizes et English Kid that is very soft for the feet, almost equal te French Kid. Th"sc shoes are made In a thor oughly custom manner, nance no nails nor bunches te hurt the tve Such shoes usually sell ler 5.( 0 per p-ilr. Wc shall mark them ut J2L(0 per pair. They are nice for heuse wear as well as te be worn as a street shoe. Our ways of doing business differ somewhat from many. It Eu EMBER THIS FACT. We aie Always Desirous that BOOTS AID SHOES Boughtateurstore.it net pene tly satisfac tory, te have them letuincd. De net keep an artfele it It does net ceuiu up te your ideas et what you wanted te purenssc. We are always ready te refund the money it a customer can not seem te get that which is needed in ex change. We seldom have te de this, for our assortment is se complete in every grade and style th it people find lust the thing wanted without going te Philadelphia for It. WILLIAMSON & FOSTER, 32, 34, 36 & 38 EAST KING ST LANCASTER, PA. 11AT& AND CAPS. UULTZ'S SUSS. in We want te get rid of the few the very few Straw Hats we have left. Te de this we call your attention te the following : Any Bey's Straw Hat in the store, 25c; Men's Macanaws, French Palm Leaves and Ma Ma nilles at $1.00; these sold at $4.00 early in the season. This takes in nearly every thing in Straws, and it will pay us better te slaughter them than te carry them ever. SHULTZ'S SONS. (GunCaker's Old Stani',) 144 North Queen St., Lancaster, Fa. mar27-lyd&w B AKUAlrO IU WATUUKtJ, ULOCKt Chains. Rinses, spectacles. Ac. aepairinjt et all kinds will receive my oersenal atten tien. LOUIS WEBER, Ne. l&fc North Queen street- Remember name and number. Di rectly opposite City Hetel, nearJPennsylvana railroad depot, dec281vd 1 Barn CLOlMIirGtVXDXRWXAJt, c TTK HA8COMS. THE DUDE. CUb Hease, FrlHce Tecfc, Greaadlae, - 1 ; TIES. Jriais Tabu alar, J AT ERESMAN'S, Ne. 17 West Kin? Street Opposite Cress Keys Hetel. VTYERS A RATUFOIT. UNDENIABLE. It la an UNDENIABLE FACT that we make and sell mere CLOTHING than any ether es tablishment In the county ; that It Is thor oughly WELL MADE, and that prices asked therefore, are always low enough te suit the most economically Inclined a fact established by years of business success a fact that ts growing rnore and mere convincing as the years roll en. We are able today te eiler BKTTSB IN DUCEMENTS than ever. We have increased enr facilities. Increased our stock, increased u our business : never have sold as mueh CLOTHING In the same length el time as in the present year of 1831. We have Increased all the inducements te customers. Increased our facilities for selling: and means el buying, and believe we can Justly claim te stand forth without a rival in the CLOTHING business in this section of the country. Thanking ear many friends ana customers, one and all, ter their pest liberal patronage and support, and premising our very best efforts te merit such favors as all will sea at te bestow in the future, we remain sincerely yours. MYERS &RATHF0N, LEADING LANCASTER CLOTHIERS, NO. 12 EAST KING ST., LANCASTEB, PA. VTOTICK TO TUB PUBLIU.' A NEW Tailoring Establishment. - I would respectfully notify the citizens et Lancaster and vicinity that 1 have opened this day 11 Merchant Tailoring Establishment -AT 129 and 131 NertJi Qneen S?., And keep en hand a large assortment el the LATEST NOVELTIES OF THE EUROPEAN MARKETS FOR Men's Wear, Which 1 B1AKETO ORDER at Short NoUce In tbe LATEST STALES. The workmansein FIBST-CLASS only. IS" Terms Strictly Oaeb. Jehn G. Haas. augH-Cnjd H IRSII IlltO. BOYS' SCHOOL AND CHILDREN SUITS. A crcat many new and handsome FALL STYLES are exposed en our counters. We have attended a little early te the wants or these youngsters, be a te be prepared ter SCHOOL OPENING. A Few Very : retty Fall Styles of Men's Suits. In BASKET-COBKSCliKW DliiGONAL and in mixed CASSIME have also come In. They are very handsome In design, and elcgantm cjt and finish. We remind you ottheenerniousBAKGAINS In medium-weight Clothing en our BARGAIN TABLES. EXTRA BAKGAINSIK GKKTS' FORNISBINa GOODS. HIRSH & BRO., PKNN HALL CLOTHING HOUSE, Nes. 2 and 4 Werta Qasau Street, LANCASTER. PA. 1. It. HOSTKTTKK80. CLOTHING Never was Cheaper. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY ! We have determined te close out the bal anced our SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK, and In order te de se will sell them eat at a sacrifice. The greater pert or the stock Is of Medium Weight and suitable iei Fall and Winter. Kote the great reduction. Suits Formerly 815.00, New 812 0O ' 14.00, " 11 OO " 13.0O, " lO.OO " 12.00, " Q.OO " 10.00, " 8.00 ALL OUR STOCK Reduced in Proportion, AND ALL OF OUR OWN MANUFACTURE. The Sizes will net last long at these prices., se It will be te your advantage. It Intending te buy, te give us an early call. D. S. Hosteller & Seb, 24 CENTRE SQUARE, LAK0 ASTIR, FA. 1.' -- -3tf II V5 -1 - N-l - t "1 . y l 31 M "sv A JfJ -i A "I J -J qwm.