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SCIILIFFLETOWN, Oct. 26t, 1869
MISTER FODDER ABRAHAM
Doh bin ich widder glicklich derheam
un buck im high-back shuckle sbtool un
de Bevvy neava draw un ditto klea Abely
shlofa gea macha mit hush-by-baby singa.
Selly musick setsht htera. Der Bevvy
eara shtimm for singa is net gous so fein
dos a dell ounery weibsleit eara, un awcr
se singt doch ordlich loud, under tutte
fershteat se aw so goot dos de negsht fraw.
Bara musical powers koun mer om beshta
blunt wann der klea ols a wenuich leib
wea hut, un rechtshoffagreislit, for donn
kummts mer ols fore es wter a fairy race
tswisha der Bevvy un 'em Abcy—der
. awer halt se ols ordlich bissy for loud
sei, tin long ous holta. Doh de letsht
woch amohl war de musick about red-hot
—der klea hut gegrisha dos mer g'meant
hut sei lung mit tsommt der wind pipe
wet tsum holtirous 3, un de Bevvy hut can
g'hova mit tswea bend un g'shuekled un
g'sunga, ea tune noch em onner, bis eara
de geduld all disappeer'd is. Donn hut
se 'can awer amohl rechtshatra gebletsht,
awcr sell hut aw nix gebot, for er hut so
orrig gegrisha dos amohl. Doun hut de
Bevvy dem diugly awer amohl an examin
ation gevva, un yusht we mer denka bet
kcnna, so an grossy windle shpell hut
dem kleana cvva ordlich weeshty digs ins
tleash nei gevva. Kea wunner hut er
gegrishit, un wann mer draw denkt dos de
Bevvy can noch gor gebletslit hut, is mers
(loch a wennich bort fore kumnia. %Vann
unser cans art slipell ills illeash kummt,
doun sogt mer evva wu's fehlt, odder
nemmt so selwer rouse, awer wann so an
awram klea bubbelly de shtich grickt, uu
auffera mus, donn mus es noch de ahleak
greeya neava bei ! Sell is a wennich ruff.
Bin anyhow froh dos ich kea bubbelly
mea bin. Ich hob awer der Bevvy g'sawt
dos es neagshta mohl dos der kiea so
greisht, eb dos so can of der hinnera
bletsht for bees sei, set se can examina un
Bich goot satisfya dos can kea shpell
We g'sawt, ich bin widder glicklich der
igAt al re
• _ _ 4 , 111°, W0e Int
em John Hart, seller executioner in der
shtadt, for er is nouse un hut a reeding
enderdainment gevva in Canton, un mich
hut er so mit g'numma for denna Canton's
leit a paar tutcha fun Pennsylfawnish
Canton is an ivvcr ouse sheaner plat;
un is full heiser un mensha fun earn end
bis ons onner. Dort hen se mosheen
shops for de buckei men mosheena macha,
un de gebeier sin vendee about a holb
mile long—mea odder wenicher—anyhow
se sin ivver ous gross. Se sin aw draw
for a neies court house baua, awer earn
shensht un besht gebi in der shtadt is sell
Shaeffer's woppera odder oppera house
mit seats for de risarfs un seats rings rum,
in der mit, un aw seats uvva nut'. In
sellam very gebei hut der Hart sci curler
dainment gevva, un de leit sin bei un nei
g'rueht kumma we se de deer of g'macht
hen dos es sheer gorly shtreit gevva hut
for fuddery sitz tau kreeya. De risarfty
seats hen gor kea chance g'shtonna—selly
warn uf ge gobbled, on drei-frertle dahler
shtick, in wennicher dos tsea miunutta, un
fore acht uhr war evva selle gross wop
pera house gejam'd full mensha, uvva un
unna, mit ladies un chentlemenner. Corn
mony kit warn gor net um de weg, un
shkallywacks hen gor net nei ge dierft.
Uf course ich bin mit em Mr. hart dor
rich so an privaty deer nei un uf de shtage,
for ich hob so a paar Pennsylfawnish
deitshy shticklin tsu sawya g'hot. We
der Hart sei arahts shtick feertach g'macht
hut g'hot, donn huts awer amohl gedun
nert, for a yeades im house hut de hend
tsomma ge clappt un mit do fees g'shtra
wellt un uf der floor g'shtompt dos ich
recht gebottert g'feelt hob. Ich hob der
Mr. Hart g'froked ferwass se so an fer
deihenkerty fuss nutcha, un or hut mer
g'sawt sell weer de 'platys—a sine dos se
goot genleest sin. Donn bin ich amohl
nouse g'shteppt un hob eana amohl a
shtickly g'leasa fun weaya de olty un neie
tseita. Sell hut de leit awer gekitzelt,
un g'lechert. Es hut mich recht koryose
feela macha, for ich bin evva bei noddoor
so orrig Hied. Ich hob ewer dertsu
g'shtickt, un hob mei shtickly fsertich
gleasa, un donn awor huts nochamohl
gedungert. Was hen so awer g'shtompt
un de tend geclapt Un so hen se's em
Mr. Hart aw oily mohl Wmacht noch dem
er ols frertick war set shtickly sawya.
Awer sell house war tau full mensha, for
der crown war so gross dos a dehl fun
eana sheer gorly ferslitickt sin. I)er
Duckter Garwer hut sich sheer gorly doat
g'shwitzt, on noch caner hob ich genotist
—caner of de resarf sitz, so an dicker ding
war orrig bissy g'holta mit seim shnup
duch for der shweas ob butza, un we ea
shnup-duch dorrich un dorrich nass war,
hut se' fraw eitm noch eans gevva, on wit
sellam hut or gemannetsht sich in ordlich
gooty order tan holta.
Ich bin aw bekonnt warm mit em Mis
ter Shaeffer, wu sell gross woppera house
gebaut hut. So menner we ser macha so
shtedt we Canton was so sin, un ohna
soddiche amounta do shtedt tau nix.
Wann yusht tswea odder drei so menner
in oier shtadt wsera, donn deats aw an
gone onner leawa, gevva unnich eich. Ich
war aw in de brinting otlissa—im Repub
lican, wu se nei geana for unser brinciples.
Se hen a bummerawlish gooty Tseitung,
un bully gooty shticklin drin. Ich war
aw in der Demokmt office—bin nei for ta u .
seana was for kterls se sin dort, un welch
widder taum loch nouse bin huts mich or
rick ferwunnert dos so genteely kterla we
se sin de geduld hen Bich mit der demo
kratish party ob tsu gevva, for ich mus
sawya, se wara orrick polite un soashel.
Ich hob aw mei watch ous em sock rouse
un guckt we feel uhr dos es is, uns war
mer gor net bong dos se mer se shteala,
we sellamohls in Nei Yorrick on der Mci
moyer's Convention forram yohr.
Awer, ich konu rich net olles sawya we
mer ous g'macht hen in Canton. Mer sin
heam kumma orrig goot gepleest. Ich
het seller trip anyhow net fermist for ord
lick feel. Un noch cans--es hut aw bet
zahlt. Der Mr. Hart war about flush.
Er hut ma kleana buh an hoiwer dahler
shtamp gevva for Bei shtiflle tsu blacks,
un we er nicer mci expenses betzahlt hut
is au dallier note uf der budda gedroppt,
un we ich se uf gepiekt hob hut er g'sawt,
secht er, " Oh, never mind, luss es yusht
lieya—wann's a flnfter weer, odder an
exer, donn wars derwrert." Awer ich
hob Belly dahler note evva doch in mein
jacket sock g'shteckt, tier according tau
meiner experience, soddiche sin aw tau
braucha wann mer so institutions we
Bevvies un Abeliu derheam hut.
De negsht woch, hob ich a notion, shick
ich der a copy fun sellam shtickly wu ich
eana g'leasa hob fun weaya do alty un
ueie tseita, for se hen's so ivyer ous orrig
gelobt dort in Canton. Eaner hut g'-
mehnt ich sets coppyrcita lussa, aver fun
so operations weal ich nix, un ich du's
aw net. 011 es was ich shreib un sog pub
licly, sell mog aw fore's public gea, we's
is. PIT SCII WEFFEBRENNER.
N. B.—Was is donn ous sellam Mutchler
warra? Sidder der woch for der letsht
hob ich nix mea fun eam g'htert. Ich
will net huffs dos er mer nosh druvvel
macht fun weaya selly hunnert dahler
Packer's geld wu er mer gevva.hut:
YORK COUNTY.—Tho publisher of the
True Democrat proposes to publish a daily.
The Union Fire Company of York is
about to purchase a steamer A new
church of the Evangelical Association
was dedicated on Sunday last at Glen
Rock The shoe shop of R. 11. Stone'',
the office of Dr. Wni. Lenhart and the
wagon-maker shop of Henry Stouch, in
Dover, were robbed on the: night of the
ISth inst ThQ Laurel Fire Company of
York returned from a visit to Allentown
on Saturday—The Vigilant will visit the
same place on the 2d of November
The basement of the United Brethren
church in York was opened for divine
worship on Sunday week The Penn
sylvania Synod of the Presbyterian church
(New School) held a session in York last
week...." Autumn" is "localized" in the
True Democrat—ditto "Attractive Homes"
Manheim township—a stronghold of
copperheadism—has just adopted the com
mon school system. We look fora large Re
publican vote in that benighted district in
a few years The True Democrat speaks
in very high terms of the new residence
of Mr. Jacob Bastress, -cashier of the
First National Bank of York A. very
fine new school house is in process of
erection in Wrightsville Hanover has
been visited by mad dogs and two run
away matches. Of the latter the Spectator
The _Mot...a time_ iioersAing
couples ecingsted' Of jai old ttiay llama
man of 60, (married,) and a young miss
of 10, or thereabouts, from Westminster.
Md. The second and last couple hailed
from Reading, Pa., and we believe, as in
the former case, the man was elderly and
married ; the lady single, youthful, pretty
and interesting. They were all discov
ered, and compelled to return home."
Rev. W. H. Rice, of the Moravian church,
at York, who has been absent in Europe
for six months, has returned to his home
in good health A. Ilam. Glessner, one
of Andy Johnson's Revenue officers in
York, was bound over for trial last week,
by the U. S. Commissioner at Philadel
phia, for aiding in whisky frauds. So also
were Emanuel Sheffer, of Glen Rock, Jas.
M. Blosser and Samuel M. Emminger.
THAT was an unfortunate yawn which
spoiled the pleasure of a party of young
men on Lake Michigan last week. They
sailed into a beautiful little cove, and
having laid out a sumptuous repast, were
sitting down to enjoy it, when Mr. S.,
the wit of the party, leaned back with
wide-stretched jaws to enjoy a tremendous
gape, when snap went his jaw, having
sprung out of joint with his mouth open
to its widest extent. He tried in vain to
close hisjaw, looking wildly around upon
his friends, who mistook his open mouth
and agonized appearance for some kind of
a joke. It was some time before his in
distinct articulations could be understood,
the party meanwhile roaring with laugh
ter at the appearance of S. When, finally,
they became aware of the truth, their
visions of a pleasant day vanished, they
hastily bundled their traps and afflicted
brother into the boat, took to their oars,
and pulled twelve long miles to Munising.
S., in the meantime, sat in the stern sheets
steering the boat, with distorted jaws,
and the strong south wind blowing so
freshly into his mouth as to make it neces
sary to stuff in a handkerchief to keep him
from being suffocated. Arriving at Mun
ising a doctor was procured, and, with
the help of several men, the unlucky jaw
was put in place.
THE Washington Star, of the 13th,
says: Rather an unpretending military
hero is General Sherman. The other
night he visited the National Theater,
and between acts took a tranquil smoke
in front, walking slowly up and downe
pavement, and, with his uneonspicMis
dress and quiet manners, was unrecog
nized by the loungers. A little fellow
approached him with the familiar appeal,
"Please, sir, give me a check!" "Why,
sonny," said the General s good-naturedly,
"I want to go in again myself," and
having taken a few more turns and whiffs,
he passed in again, no one of the by
standers aware that this was the man
who made the famous "March to the
Sea," renowned in history and in song.
LET HER Go.—The young lady who
rises early, rolls up her sleeves and walks
into the kitchen to get breakfast, or assist
in doing so, and afterwards, with cheer
fulness and sunny smiles, puts the house
in order without the assistance of mother,
is worth a thousand pallor beauties, who,
for the want of exercise, complain of
ennui and lounge in luxurious ease. The
former will make a good wife and render
home a paradise; the latter is a useless
piece of furniture, and will, to the annoy
ance of the householi, go whining to the
grave. Let her go.
BEFORE AND AFTER
ThedDemocmcy are a curious study of
mingled folly and wisdom. Sometimes we
think that nobody can be so wise as they,
but before we have fairly gauged the wis
dom of their course we find them doing
something so exceedingly foolish that we
are all at sea again. When they enter
upon a canvass they so suit their meas
ures to the end, and compound for the un
certainty of their platforms by the parti
san strength of their candidates, that we
find ourselves wishing that we Republi
cans knew how, with purer purposes if tt d
better principles, to find the wisdom of
always selecting as our candidates the
true exponents of party policy. But, af
ter the Democrats have set their traps and
put up their little game, their wisdomends.
They do not know how to improviis a vic
tory, and a defeat makes them aliplutely
imbecile. The fabled ostrich, wNkburies
his head in the sand and leaves a vast bulk
of its body exposed to the pitiless hunter,
is their only symbol. Mr. Pendleton:luta
been defeated in Ohio; Mr. Hendricks
would be in even a worse case in Indititut,
Western Democracy has lost its twolk
vorite candidates for the Presidency; .
Hoffman is well enough as an elegant w
York gentleman, and may make a se , -
tion at; Saratoga or Jerome Park; bn
the West and Northwest he could
.cstrry-a. Countac....Cdst •• • . • 7'l
all these distinguished and possible aspir
anti for the Presidency being out of the
way, tho Louisville Courier goes back to
Judge Chase as the next Democratic can
didate. If our readers can fully take in
the idea of the Louisville Courier, the
ultra-organ of the ultra-Democracy of the
ultra-Democratic State ot Kentucky, pro
posing Judge Chase for the Presidency,
they will get a measure of the abyss of
folly into which Democratic editors have
been precipitated by the October elections.
On a recent visit to Catskill, an artist
was standing on the main highway back
of the village, contemplating a rare sun
set. The heavens seemed flooded with
golden and purple light, and field and
mountain glittered with the reflected
glories of the sky. Our artist stood mute
with rapture, cheerfully noticing the
changing and intermingling hues. Just
then he perceived a person standing by
his side, and turning to him he exclaimed
"What a magnificent picture you have
here, my dear furl"
"Whereabouts?" was the very indiffer
ent reply of the stranger.
"Look all around—the mountains, the
heavens, the setting sun. What picturs
can surpass such a view!"
This was spoken with a spice of vexa
tion and disappointment at the others
want of sympathy with the scene.
"Why, yea, I have often thought that
Our artist then began to feel that lie
had done injustice to the unimaginative
gentleman, and turned towards him, in
expectation of some line sentiment in
spired by the occasion.
"Why, yes, I have often thought that
if I could only raise money enough to set
up a cake and beer stand in this location,
it wouldn't pay bad, because lots of folks
travel along in this neighborhoodl”
THE MAN OF THE PERIOD.—Fanny
Fern is after the "pretty man" of the
period, who scents his handkerchief,
twirls a switch cane parts big hair in the
middle, and places himself in conspicuous
positions that the ladies may admire him.
She says: "Your conventional handsome
man of the barber's window, wax-ligure
head pattern, with pet lock in the middle
of his forehead, an apple head, and a
raspberry moustache with six hairs in it,
paint-pot on his cheek, and a little dot of
a goatee on his chin, with pretty blinking
little studs in his shirt-bosom, and a little
necktie that looks as if ho would faint
were it tumbled, I'd as lief look at a
poodle. I always feel a desire to nip it up
with a pair of sugar-tongs, drop it gently
into a bowl of cream, and strew pink rose
leaves over the little remains.
A CONSTABLE SOLD.—A Michigan
constable, from whose custody a prisoner
had escaped with only a shirt on, while
in search of the convict was told by one
of the neighbors that there had appeared
at the house of the latter, during the
night, an individual who was stark naked,
and who refused to give any account of
himself. The neighbor further said that
the stranger was still in the house and
might yet be taken. The constable flow
around, got his handeuffis, and rode up to
the residence of his informant, to find that
the lady of othe house had given birth
during the night to a very flue baby.
HON. WI. AUG. ATLEE,
First Republican Mayor of the City of Lancaster, Pa.
out gtttit grekto.
—Men slip on water when it is frozen
and on whisky when it isn't.
—Moving for a new trial—Courting a
—" Oh, what a soft seat!" A R the hat
said to the dandy's head.
—Babies are described as coupons at
tached to the bond of matrimony.
—Why don't the colleges get up a new
degree for musicians, and make superior
professors fiddle D. D.'s?
—Why do young ladies whiten their
faces? Because they think the powder
will make them go off.
—The principal occupation of the girl of
the period is to sit at the window and
watch for the coming man.
—Beautiful by Billings—lf we would
all ov us take kare ov our own souls, and
let our nabnrs alone, thare would be less
time lomt, xu l more souls saved.
—" Excuse me, madam, but I would
like to know why you look at me so sav
agely?" said a gentleman to a lady stran
ger. "Ohl I beg your pardon, sir; I took
you for my husband, ,, was the reply.
—"lsn't it pleasant to be surrounded
by a crowd of ladles?" said a pretty wo
man to a 1 lar lecturer. " Yes i rt said
• " , , • ter
—"Do you seek consolation for your sor
row in drink?" asked a pious old lady of
au intemperate fellow, who was some
thing of a wag. " Yes in a horn, ,, was
the laconic reply.
—A man was induced to sign the pledge
at Wheeling, last week, by a photographer
presenting him with his picture, taken in
spiritual repose in the gutter. It was
argumentum ad hominem.
—" Shall I cut this loin of mutton sad
dlewise?" said a gentleman. "No," said
one of his guests, " cut it bridlewise, for
then I may chance to get a bit in my
—A. Milesian, born on the last day of
the year, felicitates himself on his narrow
escape from not being born at all. " Be
jabers," says he, and If it had been the
next day, what would have become of
—To reduce the temperature of a diuing
room, bring a friend home to dine some
afternoon when your wife wishes to
dress early to go to the opera. The cool
ness with which yourself and friend will
be received will give a refrigerating tone
to the whole house.
—Excursionist (from Salt Lake)--"Give
me through tickets for fifteen grown per
sons and thirty-nine children." New
ticket clerk (from Massachusetts)—" if
it's a school or an asylum, we can make
them cheaper to you." Excuridonist (in
dignantly)—" Sir it's my own private
—An anecdote is told of Frederick the
Great that just before the battle of Ros
bach he said to one of his generals, who
was on very intimate terms with him: "If
I lose the battle I shall return to Venice
and there practice physic." " Ah," re
plied the general, " once a murderer al
ways a murderer."
—New Orleans relates a case of absent
mindedness. A gentleman writing a let
ter at his breakfast table dipped his pen
in the coffee and continued his letter.
Noticing his mistake, he put a lump of
sugar in the ink and then, finding his sec
ond blunder, poured the contents of the
inkstand into the coffee-pot to set it right.
—At a railway station an old lady said
to a very pompous looking gentleman,
who was talking about steam communi
cation, "Pray, sir, what is steam ? "
"Steam, ma'am, is- -all I—steam is steam."
"I knew that chap couldn't tell you,"
said a rough looking fellow, standing by;
" but steam is a bucket of water in a tre
—How perfectly satisfactory was the
conduct of that brave old Puritan who
rode up to the door of the house of the
girl of his choice, and having desired her
to be called out to him, said, without cir
cumlocution, " Rachel, the Lord bath sent
me to marry thee!" when the girl answer
ed, with equal promptness and devout
ness, The Lord's will be done!"
--People who are resolved always to
please, at all events, frequently overshoot
the mark. A lady of this sort, going to
a friend's house, one morning, ran to tho
cradle, as soon as the came in, to see the
fine 'boy.' Unfortunately the cat was
occupying the baby's place, but before she
could discover her mistake, she exclaimed,
with uplifted eyes and hands, "Oh what
a sweet child—the very picture of its
9. N. MYERS. JACOB RATHFON.
GOOD NEWS FOR TIIE PEOPLE!
GRAND OPENING OF THE
The subscribers have just returned from the
pastern Markets with the largest
and best assortment of
OVER AND DRESS COATINGS,
All colors and all grades; Cassimeres in great
variety—all the latest and best styles in the
market, suitable to all tastes, and the prices
within the reach of every one. All of which
we are prepared to make up in the best style,
and at the shortest notice, and at the lowes t
C a sh Prices. Our stock of
MEN'S, YOUTH'S AND BOY'S READY
is very large, and gotten up with great care,
and will be sold very low,
(READY-MADE D ave a fine EPARTMENT of on 2d Floor.)
We h line
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
All our goods have been selected with care,
and purchased at the very lowest cash prices.
All we ask of you is to call and examine our
stock for yourself, and you will say truly the
half has not been told.
Southwest corner of Centre square
BEAU MONDE HALL !
531 PENN SQUARE, 531
VESTINGS, &c., &c.,
SPRING AND SUMMER WEAR.
LEVI G. COLEMAN, Cutter.
BUCH & BRO.,
Boots and Shoes.
MARSHALL ' SON'S
BOOT AND SHOE STORE,
CENTRE SQUARE, LANCASTER, PA.
ANOTHER FRESH ARRIVAL-olva Us A CALL
The only place for good and substantial work
Where pin be seen the largest and best assort
ment Of Ken's and Boys'
BOOTS AND SHOES
ever brought to this city. Ladies, Misses , and
Children's plain and fancy Shoes, Balmorals
and Buttoned Gaiters.
air Also, RUBBERS OF EVERY RIND, which
we invite you to call and examine; feeling con
fident that, we can warrant all to
REINHOLD R STUBBS,
No. 1041 North Queen St., Square above
the It. It Depot.
BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS.
Have Just arrived from the city with a large and
elegant stock of Hoots and Shoes, Guitars,
etc., superior to any ever before brought to
this market, which are offered at the fol
lowing astonishing low priocs :
Men s Calf Boots $3.00 to 27.00
" Box-toe Congress Gaiters.... 3.00 to 4.00
" Congress Gaiters 2.50 to 3.00
" Balmorals 2.00 to 8.00
" Lasting Congress Gaiters 3.00 to 375
" Oxford Tie 175 to 8.50
Boys' Gaiters 2.00 to 3.00
" Calf Balmorals 1.50 to 2.00
Youths Calf Balmorals 1.95 to 1.76
Ladies high-polish Lasting Gaiters. 2.50 to 8.25
" Lasting Balmorals 1.25 to 1.75
" Lasting Congress Gaiters 1.89 to 2.00
" tine Glove Kid Button Boot.. 8.26 to 4.00
" " Glove Kid Polish 800 t... 2.50 to 8.25
" " Morooso Button 800 t.... 2.25 to 3.00
" " Goat Balmoral 2.05 to 9.50
" " Turkey Morocco Button. 8.00 to 3.75
" " Kid Heel 51ipper5......... 1.25 to 1.75
" " Goat Slippers 1.00 to 1.25
Misses Goat high-polish 1.75 to 2.60
" Lasting high-polish 2.00 to 3.25
Children's shoes of all kinds 50 to 1.50
It -Au inspection of the stook is solicited.
air Our work is all warranted.
Mr All kinds of custom work manufactured
in the very best style at short notice, at the
lowest sash prises.
may?-isinj BKINHOLD .t STUBBS.
The best Fruit Jar is the MASON JAIL.
SAFE, RELIABLE AND SIMPLE.
EVERY JAR WARRANTED.
50 GROSS FOR SALE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Also, other good Jars, and the ehoioeet selection
of GROCERIES in the city,
AT No. 18 EAST KING STREET
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MILITARY AND NAVAL CLAIM AGENT,
No. 56 East King-at., Lancaster, Pa.
Being duly licensed as a Claim Agent, and
having a large experieno ,e prompt attention
will be given to the following classes of claims:
BOUNTY and PAY due d iseharged Soldiers and
BOUNTY (additional l y.* Soldiers who enlisted
for not less than 9 or 8 years, or were honora
bly discharged for wounds received.
BOUNTY (additional) to Widows, Children, or
Parents of Soldiers who died from wounds-re
ceived or disease contracted in said service.
PENSIONS for invalid Soldiers and Sailors, or
to their widows or children.
PENSIONS for fathers and mothers, brothers or
sisters of deceased soldiers, upon whom they
PENSIONS and GRATUITIES for Soldiers or
their Widows from Pennsylvania, ii the War
PAY due Teamsters, Artificers and Civil em
ployees of the Government.
PAY due for horses lost in the United States
CHARGEL—Fees flair and moderate, and in
no case win charges be made until the money
iseolleoted. [deo 21.1 yr,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
(lyrics: SOUTH QUEEN ST., second house be
low the "Fountain Inn," Lancaster, Pa.
• ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Orvicx: No. 11 NORTH DUKE ST., west side,
north of the Court House, Lancaster, Pa.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Orrics: No. 3 SOUTH DUKE STREET, Lan
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ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OPPIOR: No. 56 EAST ICING ST., Lancaster, Pa
rr W. JOHNSON,_
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Or/ICI: No 25 SOUTH QUEEN BT., Lancas
DP. ROSENMILLER JR.,
• ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Orrica: With A. Haan SMITH Esq., South
Queen St., opposite the office of •1 Father Abra
ham," Lancaster, Pa.
A C. REINOEIIL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OsvicE: No, 8 SOUTH DUKE ST., Lancaster
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
()retest With lion. 0. J. Diem, N 0.41 SOUTH
QUEEN ST., Lancaster, Pa.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
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OBTICE of the late Hon. THADDEtTB STEVIC2IP,
No. 28 South Queen St., Lancaster, Pa.
. A. M.OS H. MYLIN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
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to• ATTORNEY AT LAW
OFFICE: With General J. W. NORTH
DUKE ST., Lancaster, Pa.
• ATTORNEY AT LAW.
0/TIFICK: No. 19 NORTH DUKE Street, Lances
ter, Pa. [dee 18-Iyr
,• ATTORNEY AND COUN SELLER
No. 601 COURT STREET, (opposite the Court
House,) Reading, Pa.
N. R. ADAMS, M. Li., Physician-in-Chief.
Dr. Adams has studied and attended Medical
Lectures and Hospitals, both in New York and
Philadelphia, andbeen a successful practitioner
of the " Healing Art" for many years; ho is
therefore eminently qualified by Medical Edu
cation, Surgical skill, and great experience for
the position of Physician and Surgeon in
large Health Institute. Invalids seeking health
will find at our cure every fluidity for the re
covery of health. Pure, soft, spring water,
healthful diet, and excellent bathing facilities
combined with Swedish Movements, and a ju
dicious application of Electricity, and all Na
turebi great curative Agents, regulated by a
skillfurPhysician, enables us to cure when a
cure is possible.
The k all and Winter months are considered
beat for treatment, especially in our mild and
SURGICAL Orr RATIONA of' all kinds performed
according to the latest and most approved
girOBIEITICTRIO &I. eases and all PIIIVATIII
aAsas, as well as Dyspepsia, Rheumatism and
Liver Complaint, are treated with success.
For Circular, address the Proprietors, Brown
Middleliauff Wornersville, Barks Co., Pa.
We do not wish to inform you, reader that
Dr. Wonderful, or any other man, has discov
ered a remedy that cures Consumption, when
the lungs are half consumed, in short, will cure
all diseases whether of mind, body or estate,
make men live forever anti leave death to play
for want of work, and s designed to make our
sublunary sphere a blissful paradise to which
Ileaven itself shall be but a side show. You
have heard enough of that kind of humbuggery,
and we do not wonder that you have by this
time become disgusted with it. But when I
tell you that Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy will
positively cure the worst oases of Catarrh, I only
assert that which thousands can testify to.
Try it and you will be convinced. I will pay
OW it KWA no for a case of Catarrh that I cannot
FOR SALE BY MOST DRUCHINTS EVERY
PRICE ONLY tio CEETE. 8C714 by Mailpoatpaid,
for Sixty Cents; Tour packages $2.50, or one doz
en for CO. Send a two cent stamp for Dr.
8A2'041 pamphl A. on Catarrh.
Address the Proprietor,
R. V. PIERCE, M. D.,
oct22-11m1 Buffalo, N. T.
PURIFY YOUR BLOOD!
The Great Alterative and Blood Purifier.
For the cure of SCROFULA or ICI pro's
CUTANEOUS DISEASES, ESL•
IPELAS, BOILS, PIMPLES, and
ILOTCHES on the FACR, Bose
:IMII, YELLOW JAUNDICE, WHITE
IVIELLINGS, MERCURIA L DIS•
;AM, GENERAL DEBILITY, PAL
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IRAN?, CONSUMPTION, ASTHMA,
YPHILIS and SYPHILITIC AMC
IONS, BLADDER and KIDNEY Dlg-
MIMS, GRAVEL, DROPSY, DIMPIP
IA, L ITER, COMPLAINT,SICR
IEADACHS, FEMALE COMPLAINTS,
(c. To the broken down female it
Ives life and energy by restoring
tie lost powers of nature. Persons
11 weakness and lassitude, by use
ng the PANACEA are soon re
dared to perfect health, bloom and
Igor. Try it.
Pelee $l.OO Per Bottle.
S. A. FOUTZ,
Manufnetirrer stud Proprietor.
For sale by druggists and sterekeepentbroughout
_ the United States.
For •iale by
D. S. BURSK.
AISUED A. HURLEY,
WEST KING STREET, .
oat224y) LANCASTER, PA.
Parents to Families,
Father to Laughter,
When the light has left the house, memoria
such as these compound their interest.
GILL'S SUPERB PHOTO.
Miniature or Opal Pictures, admitted to be
the best bathe city and no superior in the State
Constantly increasing demand and great expe
rience in this style of miniature give us greater
facilities and better results than any establish
ment outside of largo cities.
BTEREOGRAPIIS OF HOME VIEWS for the
Centro Table. Also, prismatic instruments.
Large Colored Work by some of the beet Ar
ciots in and elsewhere in the high,
est style of the art. India Ink, Pastille. Crayon
and colors, at
GILL'S CITY GALLANT'
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OFFICE: No. 8 SOUTH QUEEN ST., Lancaster
ATTORNEY AT LAW
No. 46 NORTH SIXTH ST., Reading, Pa
GENTLEMEN TO LADIES
Mother to Son..