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BREEF FUN SCRWEIFLEBRENNER.
SCHLIFFLETOWN, Nov. 3, 1869.
MISTER FODDER ABRAHAM:
_kidder de letsht woch, we ich an account
gevva hob fun meim drip noch der Ohio,
wu Mt de leit so au kleans leckter shpcech
iy g'macht hub dort im Cantontowner
Obbera house, hob ich net wennicher dos
tirei breeta grickt fun Tseitungs drucker
for a copy fun der shpeech for se's arsht
tsu puplisha. Eaner is fum Norris Exec
ly—wu selly Dripunc &mkt; eaner fum
Jim Korton Bennet, un a breef uu aw so
dispatchly fum Brig Bummeroy. An
yeades fun dcnna ktcrls war anckshus de
mrsht chance tsu hawa for de shpeech tsu
publisha, awer wane ich draw denk dos
ae all mituonner in Nei Yorrick woona,
dort uunich selly watcha deeb, donn bin
ich tsu der conclusion kumma eich de
preferans tsu gevva. Un des prooft aw
dos ich tsu meina friend shtick.
We de chentleleit ftertich wara mit ear
-3111 fees shtompa un hend in aunonner
ahlappa, un we de ladies noch draw wara
zetra weise flacks of troos shnupdicher on
mich tsu waifs, hob ich mich amohl de
Eons leng parpentickeller ous g'shtreckt
tore de awdyans, un donn graved on de
ierwet uu nei gepitcht we au raler decom
poster orritter, un doh is now de shpeetch
wart for wart yusht exactly we seller fun
nyconjockaffer se nunner g'numma hut
suit seine, short hand krixa-hxa:
" Ladies un Chentlemen; Monsleit un
Weibsleit; Deer Sir un I ells Sittysens:
"Das ich now doh in Canton bin un
a'arslu geshter owat ob fun hearn, crin
nert mich on olty tscita—about fiertsich
!ohr tsurick, un fun selly will ich eieli
poor wart savvy a. So leit we Meer wu in
Lenkeshter County woona, odder in Alt
ilarricks, odder in Fildelly, wann mer hen
ooch Pittsborrick wells for alters, donn
hen mer evva ready macha missa for
wocha long, for an weity grossy race noch
Weshta; un wann mer so welt hut gea
wella bis noch Canton, donn huts g'heasa
mer geat uvva nouse; un sellamohls huts
travvellas g'numma mit geil's fleash, un
wocha long. Un eb se ob g'shtart sin
of so an trip hen se ols for common earn
bisness in order gedu, un ears willa g , -
“ For fiertsich yolir tsurick, wann ols
'Action war im Shtate, huts ols about drei
woeha g'numma bis mer ousfinna hut
Itenna we's gonga is, un for President, fun
drei his fier moonat. An moon dier mean
or dos ea Tseitung g'holta hut war ord
rich extravagant considered, cdder an
xeicher big-bug. Sellamohls huts kea frei
nhoe's g'hot, un do kinner hen aw deitsh
gelternt, provided se sin at all in de shool
gonga. Fun Railroads hut mer gor nix
g'wist, except hear-say, un de wheel
rights, blackshmits, soddler un carriage
makers, is es all bong warm we's rouse
innima is dos so Railroads conshtructa
wetta, for fear es deat earn bisness entire
ly uf usa. De eantsich sort electrick tele
gimphs sellamohls wara de alt-fashionde
glwitter shtterm, wanns als recht shaffa,
s veblitzt un gedunnert hut, un selley weg
ben mer ols notice grickt dos es reaya
gebt. De eantsich met mosheen war an
deitshe seas odder an frucht-reff mit ma
abtorka bailer's buh hinna draw deer so
gerunnt hut mit seina eayene muscles.
De eantsich sort dresh-mosheen war als
an dresh fieggle tsomma gebunna mit ohla
'bent odder ledderny shtmps. De veloci
pedes hen sellamohls ols yusht ea rawd
un want bekonnt biem nawma fun
chub-korrich. De beshtnea mosheen war
an sheany, blesseerliche fraw, mit nodle,
fawda un fingerhoot. For sheeny water
fslle seana sin de leit ols all de weg noch
Niagara getravvelled. De factories in
shy tseita wara de shpin-redder, shtrick
aodla un weab-sht‘iel. De shteam power
ben se ols for common g'rais'd mit a pint
whisky der hole Runner, awer es hut so
unregular g , shofft dos de power net tsu
asa war except in ma rough-un-tumble
light, odder for der fraw a paar . blohe aw
ya tsu gevva. Unser lux tines for fiertsich
yehr war shmall beer, leb-kucha, trucker
,ihtengelin un grund-niss, un cigars hut
mer kawft feer for a cent; holb shponishe
tawea for a cent, un reiche leit de's afforda
ben kenna sin aw ebmohls nei gonga for
ahponishe for a cent's shtick. De weibs
leit hen shea geguckt, un warn in der
.Fashion mit elf-bens kordooniche frocks aw
yin ledderiche shoe uf de fees, un mit bon
nets uf de kep. De monsleit, im warm
wetter, sin als heads-armlich in de kier
rich gonga, un wann so weit tsu gea hen
;;'hot hen se uftmohls earn shoe in der
iond getrawya so dos se net dreckich wter
ns, un sin baar-feesich g'luflit, bis negsht
on de luerrich, donn de shoe widder
aw gedu. De maid hen ols eara musical
entertainments gevva mit shpin redder,
weak moskeena, un butter fesser, un se
hen. aw nee net one helm gedenkt eb dos
oe Orbit hen we mer flea un woll shpinnt,
better macht, g'sharr wesht, brad bockt,
lama flickt, seaf kocht, sei feedert un
kleany bubbalin uf drest uf shlofa gea
naacht mit hush by baby singe.
Awer selly tseita sin ferbei. Wter
elleweil fun Fildelfy noch Pittsborrick
will, uf bisness, (her branch net amohl
boa carpet bag mit :lemma. Doh est er
revs tsu nacht, sogt seiner olty dos er
net beam kummt de nacht—wu er omia
goat is uf course kegs fun eara bisness—
om 10 uhr shtept er in a house nei uf
eiseme rollers, newt sei ehtiffie un hoot
ob, benkt eel nick uf an hoka un legt sich
ins bet, shloft sound de gone nacht; der
negsht morya weckt er uf, wesht sick un
kemmt set Bohr, shlipt eel shtiffle aw, shea
•geblackt; kawft a tseitung un least Wks
was a paar shtund tantbre rhappened is
in Nei Yorrick, St. Louis, San Francisco,
London, Berlin, Cuba on onnery hawpt
pletz fun der Bons welt, un bis or ffertich
is leasa shtept ur ous 'em car in de shtadt
Pittsborrick. Dos er de letsht nacht ivver
hochy baryn, ivver grossy revver, dorrich
valleys, un on caner midi der
onuer ferbei gonga is wens er net amohl,
for er denkt hardly draw. In a paar
shtnud is er wilder of cm heam weg, un
warm er aw kummt sogt er ferlcicht aw
wu er war—ferlcicht aw net--yusht we's
can suit weaya sellam.
" lin warm mer ale leckshun hen heit
ich's dogs, macha mer olles ftertich e
neamlich nacht—salutes feirn, frolics,
marcha un music, un net wocha long mit
der seierei ruin shleafa we for olty tseita.
In fact, do returns hen tner ols amohl eb
se frertich sin mit vota.
"011eweilbetzahla se aw net wennicher
dost tint cent for an cigar; shmall beer nn
leb-kucha sin ous g , slipeelt; olty suffer
gebts nimmy feel olleweil, for de leit
heitich's dogs hcrnft Bich doat saufa in
eara yungy dawya; de tried darrafa gor
nimmy shalt larna, weil's net reshpecta
ble is; lecher in de slitrimp is feel mea re
fined dos shtup nodla tsu handla. For an
really feiny lady tsu sei, mus se of cm
plotz ohumechtich wterra want' so an
wesh-tsuvver, adder an butter fuss, odder
an frish-inelkiche kuh yusht aw guckt.
I_u yungy meuner—abbordich soddiche
de ormy un hort-shotliche dAwdy's hen,
de dturfa aw heitich's dogs kea hond-wter
rick lama, we for alters. Yust clerk sei,
eb se fit sin odder net, odder law shtud
deem, odder porraytearra, sell is reshpec
table, odder wann se net besser du kenna
gean se ons bar tenda in do lager beer
saloons, provided so hen aw fershtoud
genuuk limborricker klus tau shneida un
wissa we an grosses shtick fersolseny
shmokc warsht es nemmt for an lager
customer rechtshoffa saufa tsu macha.
“ Now, ich kept noch ordlich feel sawya
we de tseita sich fercnnert lien de letshty
flertzich yohr, awer ich hob de tseit net.
Doch mus ich sawya, ich bin a wennich
wunnerfitzich fun weaya derma sacha om
end fun de uegshta ftertsich yohr. Ich
glawb anyhow dos bis selly tseit hen de
leit entweder meaner odder wennicher
fershtond we olleweil, for mer missa hin
nersich odder ftersich gea. Sbtill shtea is
net unser shtyle. Ich glawb dos mer
forwards gea missa. Onshtatt kohla odder
holtz brenna, missa mer larna wasser tsu
usa, for sell is feel wohlfealer. Onshtatt
steam, geb uns electricity odder perpetual
motion; for sounder fershtond tsu kreeya
missa de leit men wasser drinka un wen
nicher nine shtrike wisky saufa ; for frieda
in oily lender gebt oily leit in der welt
equal rights, un sell machts noatwendich
de balance fun der Welt on do United
Shtates tsu annexa, un so Shtates we
Russia, Deitshlond, England, Fronkreich,
China, Mexico un Africa a yeades tswea
sennators tau erlawa, un olly flags missa
mer ob shoffa un ferkawfa tsum lumpa
moan, except yusht de stars un shtripes
net, for selly wterra noch gebraucht for a
dausent yohr. Un for der gone job tier
tich macha missa do leit yusht en shproch
shwetea in der gonna welt, un selly
shproch is unser eayenes, sheanes,
feines, pures Pennsylfawnish deitsh, for
sell konn unser eans aw goot fershtea, un
weer's Iterna will mus sich bei tseit aw
macha beim Professor Pit Shwefflebrenner
fun Pennsylfawney, un aw shreiva for de
FODDER ABRAHAM'S Matting 39U a
dahler un a holwerls yohr kusht cash
down im fore ous of advance.”
Doh now, husht de Bons shpeetch. Was
denksht derfu? Was deats koshta se tsu
dransleata in Loddeinish un in Frousea
sish un JEnglish un onnery fashionebble
ded langwitches? De Bevvy meant wann
ich se sellerweg publisha deat dorm kent
mer a grossy fortchin drouse
P. S.—Weasht dos ich im sin hob rouse
tsu kumma for eans fun selly emtlin dort
in Harriaborrick? Ich hob a notion pro
weera for Shpeeker fum Sennet tau wterra,
un wann ich rouse kumm derfore donn
deats mich aw gor net wunnera wann ich
hous bleiva deat. Ich hob anyhow a no
tion amohl in de shtadt tsu gea un a wen
nich der George insulta derweaya, well ter
so ivver ous grosser intluens hut. P. S.
YORK COUNTY.—The Court of Quartet
Sessions met in York on Monday last
York is cursed with incendiaries The
True Democrat took possession of its new
office on Tuesday last The Washington
House in York has been sold for $22,000
A line of stages has commenced run
ing between York and Peach Bottom,
leaving York every Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday mornings and returning on
Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The
route of travel is through Dallastown, by
the way of Glatfelter's Hotel, Saylor's
Hotel, the Brogue, Cooney's Hotel, Mc-
Sherrysville and Castle Fin to its terminus
at the Slate Hill Postotliee, in Peach Bot
tom A "tournament" came off at Don
an's Cross Roads, in Peach Bottom twp.,
on Tuesday last. This is a "new wrinkle"
in that locality. The particulars have not
been published William Meads, a well
known colored man in York, was severely
cut with a razor during an altercation
with another " darkie," a barber, one
night last week Rev. Menges' Lutheran
Church, in York, is undergoing renova
tion and improvement Rev. Mr. Rice,
who has been in Europe for some months,
returned to York on Thursday evening of
last week, and was received by his con
gregation at the Moravian church, where
a " love feast" was held The freight
business on the Wrightsville branch of the
Northern Central Railway has become
very heavy, and it is a subject of com
plaint by travellers that freight is carried
with all the passenger trains. It often
takes two hours to make the trip from
Wrightsville to York, a distance of twelve
miles; where's Fiske ? A new military
company has been formed in York, called
the "Hay Veteran Zouaves," in honor of
the veteran soldier, Gen. George Hay
A meeting of citizens was held in W ar
rington twp., on the 22d ult. for the pur
pose-of furthering the_project of building
a railroad from New Cumberland on the
Susquehanna, to York Springs, Adams
county Samuel J. Shaffer has been ap
pointed ticket agent on the Northern
Central railway at Wrightsville, in place
of William Moore, resigned Capt. Ja
cob Wiest has been appointed by the Gov
ernor Associate Judge for York county,
in place of lion. Peter Mclntyre, de
ceased. A most excellent appointment..
....A large iron furnace is in process of
erection near the depot at York. The
work on the buildings Is rapidly progress
ing, and will be finished between this and
January. The machinery is so arranged
that the ore in its natural state is taken
GEN. E. N. GREGORY,
United States Marshal for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
through different operations until it is
manufactured into steel cap rails and bar
iron of every description Peter Strick
houser, the new County Commissioner,
took his seat in the board on Monday last.
SCHUYLKILL COUNTY.—The Miners ,
Journal of last Saturday gives an account
of a most horrible act by three boys at a
place called Hillsdale, near Pottsville.
At about a quarter of a mile from the
house of a laborer named Ilornicle, sev
eral children were playing, and among
them his seven year old son. The three
boys, coming from Pottsville or Mount
Carbon,i (not positively known which)
built a fire and took hold of the boy Ilor
nicle, and held him over it until lie was
actually roasted, and then they fled.
When found, the victim was in a terrible
condition, and unable to talk, aad it is
believed that he is internally injured by
inhaling the flame. It is supposed the
act was committed for revenge on account
of information which little Ilornicle re
cently gave of some boys who robbed a
spring -house in the neighborhood. One
arrest has been made, and the accused
held for a further hearing About 2.0
democratic ballots were stuffed into the
box at the Norwegian township poll at
the last election, and the Journal calls on
the proper authorities to prosecute the
election officers Jonathan Hoffman,
keeper of a hotel near Broad Mountain,
and two sons, were badly bitten by a mad
dog, belongin,,a to him. The sufferers are
under medical treatment Flourishing
literary society at Minersville ; meets
weekly The Methodists of Tremont
will hold a fair during the holidays
Francis N. Lawton accidentally shot am
killed himself while gunning. He was
buried at Mount Laurel Cemetery, at
LUZEISNE COUNTY.—C. 11. Wells, the
Republican County Treasurer elect, is
editor of the Wochenblatt, a German news
paper The total sum received for the
relief of the Avondale sufferers, from all
sources, amounts to $68,850.30 Three
lumps of pure coal, weighing about two
tons and a half each, were taken from one
of the Pittston mines. They are designed
for specimens, and were shipped, one to
Buffalo, N. Y., one to Paterson, N. J.,
and the other to New York City Thos.
McGill, of Nescopeck, committed suicide
by hanging himself a few days ago. Rum
the cause A hunting party recently
proceeded to Long Pond Region, in the
upper part of the county, and shot a bear
weighing over two hundred pounds.
CHESTER COUNTY.—The Reading and
Wilmington Railroad, which crosses the
Pennsylvania Road at Coatesville, is pro
gressing rapidly and will soon be com
plete' Protracted meeting in the West
Whiteland M. E. Church Thomas Mar
tin's shoe shop in Coohranville was broken
open and robbed of a hundred dollars
worth of shoes and leather John Men
denhall, of New Garden, raised 584 bush
els of corn on 76 perches of land, beihg
at the rate of 82 bushels per acre Ken
net Square people havejust instituted
horse races to make their place interesting
and lively John Arms was accidentally
shot at Pughtown on the 29th ult., by a
man who belonged to a_party of gunners.
Injuries not serious Burglars attempt
ed to enter the house of Joshua Kama,
Esq., on Monday night, but failed.
BERNS COUNTY.—Twelve cases of
common drunkenness before the Mayor of
Reading on Tuesday morning last..
Bonneville Althouse fell from a scaffold at
Hamburg and was seriously injured
George Heffner, Sr., of Maxatawney had
his leg broken by afall while unloading a
grist a few days ago The Reading.Evle
says the work of rejuvenation is going on
rapidly in the flooded district of the city.
Canal boats have been chopped to pieces
and removed, sidewalks filled up and re
paired, and other measures taken to efface
the ravages of the water Augustus
Smith, residing in Tenth street, Reading,
on Friday last, made a misstep and fell
while passing out of the house, and broke
his leg and dislocated his hip " Editrd
Sands, keeper of a lager beer saloon in
Reading, fell from the second 'story oflhis
residence on Sunday morning last, but
escaped serious injury.
A NEW YORK doctor writes to a friend
in Boston that he has sent to the insane
asylum since the great gold corner, six
men who were made crazy by their loee
Quite a number of other persons engaged
in the corner appear very mad over their
losses, or for soma other reason, but therb
is such a method in their madness that
no insane asylum is likely to receive them
as inmates, though it would be a good
thing for the community if they could be
locked up somewhere.—Springfleki Repub
If the State prison were receiving their
righthil share of the gold gamblers, we
should begin to think that a recurrence of
the conspiracy was a remote event.
Our gift lid
Strange bed clothes: Three shee in
--A store in Denver City has the fol
towing sign: Fyne Kut 2 bak 0.
--There is one ship no woman ever
objects to taking passage in: Court-ship.
—A western editor, seein g two washer
women quarrelling, quoted Tennyson :
Wring out wild bells."
—" Industry must prosper,"
man said who was holding the baby while
his .wife chopped wood.
—The hog may not be thoroughly
posted in arithmetic; but when you come
to a square root he is there—the hog is.
—lt is thought that it is the outcry
against female extravagance which has in
duced our ladies to reduce their waist.
--" 1 came near selling my boots the
other day," said Scuttle to a friend.
"How so?" "Well, I had them half
--In .:.• '!1 4e the heart of a widow is
like a turuibik.d apartment, where one is
apt to find something left there by a for
—" Come out here and I'll lick the
whole of you," said an urchin to some
sticks of peppermint candy in a confec
—Jones—" Poor Lucinda took that cir
cumstance very much to heart." Nib
bles--" Did she, indeed? I wish I was
—A London paper has advertised more
than once, " Two sisters want wash
ing." "We hope they may get it," was
the disrespectful reply of all who read the
—" I wonder," said a Scotch maiden,
" what my brother John sees in the lasses
that he likes them me weel? For my part,
I wad na gie the company o' one lad for
• —The New Haven Lever sounds this
note of warning: "Beware, young man!
The pearl powder now used by her is
poison! One touch of those eager lips to
that enamelled cheek may result in death
most horrible! Bewarrrrre."
—An old Virginia, hunter, who heard
Bishop Meade preach in his clerical robes
without manuscript, paid him this corn-
pliment: " He's a right down good
preacher, and he's the only one of them
petticoat preachers that I ever heard that
could preach without a rest.' "
—As a lawyer and a doctor were walk
trm-in-arm, a wag said to a friend: ,
"Those two are just equal to one high
wayman." "Why?" was the response.
" Because it is a lawyer and a doctor—
your money or your life.”
—A quaint writer says: "I have seen
women so delicate that they were afraid
to ride for tar of * the horse gunning
away; afraid to walk for fear the dew
might fall; afraid to sail for fear the boat
might upset; but I never saw one afraid
to be married, which is more riskful than
all the others put together."
—A young lady having asked a gentle
man the size of his neck, lie sent the fol
The else of my neck! That's remarkably strange,
And admits of a very significant range;
A neck-tie, a collar, sore throat, a halter,
And others, enough to make a man falter.
Let this tender reply anxiety check—
The length of your arm will justgo round my neck!
—An invalid son of Bacchus was about
to undergo an operation for dropsy at the
hands of his physicians. "0, father,
father!" screamed a son of the patient,
who was looking on; "do anything else,
i but don't let them tap , you." But,
Sammy," said the father, it will do me
good, and I shall live many a year after
to make you happy." "no, father, you
won't. There was never anything tapped
in our home that lasted longer than a
—Two young ladies in a certain house
in town the other night were heard sing
ing as follows:
"Oh for a man!
Oh for a man!
Oh for a man—sion in the airy!"
Before they could get any further, two
young bloods outside responded:
" Oh for a gal!
Oh for a gal!
Oh for a gal—lon of old rye."
—"Gentlemen of the jury," said a
Western lawyer, "I don't mean to insin
uate that this man b 3 a covetous person,
but I will bet five to one that ifyou should
bait a steel trap with a new three cent
piece, and place it within six inches of
his mouth, you would catch his soul. I
wouldn't for a moment insinuate that he
would steal, but may it please the court
and ggintlemen of the Jury, I wouldn't
trust him in a room with red hot mill
stones, and the angel Gabriel to watch
(400 D NEWS FOR THE PEOPLE!
GRAM) OPENING OF THE
Tho subscribers have just returned from the
Eastern Markets with the largest
and best As6ortment 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 Lowest
Cash Prices. Our stock of
MEN'S, YOUTH'S AND BOY'S READY
MA DE CLOTHING,
is very largo, and gotten up with great care,
and will be sold very low,
fine l TM ine of ENT on 2d Floor.)
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.
MYERS & RATIIFON,
Southwest corner of Centre Square
OetB-tf.] Lancaster, Penn a.
BEAU MONDE HALL!
531 PENN SQUARE, 531
VESTINGS, &c., &c.,
SPRING AND SUMMER WEAR
LEVI G. COLEMAN, Cater.
BUCII & BRO.,
Boots and Shoes.
MARSHALL & SON'S
BOOT AND SHOE STORE,
CENTRE SQUARE, LANCASTER, PA
ANOTHER FRESH ARRIVAL—GivE Us A CALL
The only place for good and substantial work
Where can bo seen the largest and beet assort
ment of Men's and Boys'
BOOTS AND SHOES
ever brought to this city. Ladies', Misses' and
Children's plain and fancy Shoes, Balmorals
and Buttoned Gaiters.
AW• Also, RUBBERS OF EVERY KIND, whieb
we invite you to call and examine; feeling con
fldent that we can warrant all to
No. 104 North Queen St., it Square above
the R. IL Depot.
BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS.
Have just arrived from the city with a large and
elegant stock of Boots and Shoes, Gaiters,
etc., superior to any ever before brought to
this markot, which are offered at the fol
lowing astonishing low prier* :
Men a Calf Boots woo to $7.00
" Box-toe Congress Gaiters.... 8.00 to 4.00
" Congress Gaiters 2.50 to 8.00
" Balmorals 2.00 to 3.00
" Lasting Congress Gaiters 8.00 to 375
" Oxford Tie 2.75 to 3.60
Boys' Gaiters 2.00 to 8.00
" Calf Balmorals 1.50 to 2.00
Tontns Calf Balmorals 1.26 to 1.76
Ladies high-polish Lasting Gaiters. 2.50 to 8.25
" Lasting Balmorals 1.25 to 1.75
" Lasting Congress Gaiters..... 1.50 to 2.00
" tine Glove Kid Button Boot.. 3.0 to 4.00
" " Glove Kid Polish 800 t... 2.60 to 8.25
" " Morocco Button 800 t.... 2.26 to 8.00
" " Goat Balmoral 9.00 to 2.60
" " Turkey Moroooo Button. 8.00 to 3.75
" " Kid Heel Slippers.... ..... 1.26 to 1.75
" " Goat Slippers 1.00 to 1.25
Misses Goat high-polish 1.73 to 2.60
" Lasting higpolish 2.00 to 2.25
Cbildren's shoes of all kinds 50 to 1.50
40rAn inspection of the stook is solicited.
808-Our work is all warranted.
4-WAll kinds of custom work manufactured
in the very best sCyle at short notiee, at the
lowest sash prises.
may74la) REINHOLD & STUBBS.
The beet Fruit Jar is the MASON JAR.
SAFE, RELIABLE AND SIMPLE.
EVERY JAR WARRANTED.
50 GROSS FOR SALE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Also, other goal Jars, and thegholoest selection
of GROCERIES in the city,
AT No. 18 EAST KING STREET
jy 18-tf D. S. BURSK.
J AMES BLACK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MILITARY AND NAVAL CLAIM AGENT,
No. 54 East King-st., Lancaster, Pa.
Being duly licensed as a Claim Agent, and
having a larg e experience, prompt attention
will be given to the following classes of claims:
INDUNTY and PAY due discharged Soldiers and
BOUNTY (additional to Soldiers who enlisted
for not less than 2 or 3 years, or were honors
biy 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, In the War
PAY due Teamsters, Artificers and Civil em
ployees of the Government.
PAY due for horses lost in the United States
CHARGES.—fies fair and moderate, and in
no cue will charges be made until th e money
issolleoted. (deo 16.1 yr•
n J. DICKEY,
• ATTORNEY AT LAW
OFFICE: SOUTH QUEEN ST.,second house be
low the " Fountain Inn," Lancaster, Pa.
• ATTORNEY AT LAW
OFFICE: No.ll NORTH DUKE ST., west efde,
north of the Court House, Lancaster, Pa.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Orrice: N 0.3 SOUTH DUKE STREET, Lan
JOHN B. GOOD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OFFICE: N 0.56 EAST KING ST., Lancaster, Pa
• ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OFVICE: NO 25 SOUTII QUEEN ST., Looms
TA P. ROSENMILLER,
• ATTORNEY AT LAW.
°pima: With A. Rana SMITH, Esq., South
Queen St., opposite the office of "Father Abra
ham," Lancaster, Pa.
A C. REINOEHL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Osszcs: No. 3 SOUTH DUKE ST., Lancaster
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Orstca: With llon. O. J. DICKEY, N 0.21 SOUTH
QUEEN ST., Lancaster, Pa.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OPPICE of the late HOD. THADDEUS STEVENS,
No. 28 South Queen St., Lancaster, Pa.
A MOS H. 11YLIN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OPPICE: No. 8 SOUTH QUEEN ST., Lancaster.
,• A.TTORN EY AT LAW.
OPPICE: With General J. W. FISIIKR, NORTH
DUKE ST., Lancaster. Du.
jot F. BAER, •
• ATTORNEY AT LAW
Ortee: No. 19 NORTH DUKE Street, Laneas
ter Pa. [dcc 18-la-r
• ATTORNEY AT LAW
No. 41 NORTH SIXTH ST., Rending, Pu.
• ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLER
NO. 601 COURT STREET, (opposite the Court
house,) Reading, Pu.
INVALIDS " HYGEIAN HOME."
N. R. ADAMS, M. D., Physician-in-Chief.
Dr. Adams has studied and attended Medical
Lectures and Hospitals, both in New York and
Philadelphia, and been a successful practitioner
of the "Healing Art" for many years; he is
therefore eminently qualified by biedical Edu
cation, Surgical skill, and great experience for
the position of Physician and Surgeon in a
large Health Institute. Invalids seeking health
will find at our cure every thcility for the re
covery of health. Pure, soft, bpring water,
healthful diet, and excellent bathing facilities
combined with Swedish Movements, and a Ju
dicious application of Eleetricity, and all Na
ture's great curative Agents, regulated by a
skillful Physician, enables us to cure when a
cure is possible.
The Fall and Winter months are considered
best for treatment, especially in our mild and
SIMMOAL OPNRAMONS of all kinds performed
according to tbe latest and most approved
`OBSTETRICAL. MICK and all PRIVATIFI
EAstES 118 well as Dyspepsia, Rheumatism and
Liver'Complaln t, are treated with success.
For Circular, address the Proprietors, Brown
& iddlokaulf, Wornereville, Berke Co., Pa.
We do not wiskto inform you, reader that
Dr. Wonderful, or any other raan, 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, and leave death to play
for want of work, and is designed to make our
sublunary sphere a blissful paradise to which
Heaven 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 wine cases of Catarrh, I only
assert that which thousands can testify to.
Try it and you will be convinced. I will pay
SSW UENVAILD for a case of Catarrh that I cannot
FOR SALE BY MOST DRUGGISTS EVERI
PRIM! ONLY 50 CENTS. Rent by MaUpostpaid,
for Sixty Cents; Four packages $2.00, or one doz
en for 5.00. Bend a two cent stamp for Dr.
Sage's pamphl3t on Catarrh.
Address the Proprietor,
B. PIERCE, M.
oet22-drn] Buffa N. Y.
PURIFY YOUR BLOOD!
The Great Alterative and Blood Purifier.
For the cure or SCROFULA (WRING'S
EVIL, CUTANEOUS DISEASES, Ear
;mks, 43 011.0 , Pumas, and
ILOTCHIII on the FA CE, SORE
1111, YELLOW JAUNDICE, WHITE
( WELLINGS, ME RC USIA L MO
ISES, GENERAL DEBILITY, PAL
ITATION and PLUMBING at the
[SART, CONSUMPTION, ASTHMA,
IPHILIS and SYPHILITIC AFFIC
IONS, BLADDER and KIDNEY DIS
-ISES, GRAVEL, DROPSY, DTSPEP•
IZADACHE, FEMALE COMPLAINTS,
c. To the broken down female it
Ives life and energy by restoring
le lost powers of nature. Persons
II weakness and lassitude, by use
ig the PANACEA are soon re
ored to perfect health, bloom and
Igor. Try it.
S. A. FOUTZ,
Manufacturer and Proprietor,
For sale by druggists and storekeepers .throughout
the United Mateo.
ALFRED A. HURLEY,
WEST KING STREET,
00t22-Iy] LANUASTER, PA.
For sale by
Parents to Families,
Father• to Daughter,
When the light has loft the house, rnernoria
such as those Compound their interest.
GILL'S SUPERB PHOTO.
Miniature or Opal Pictures, admitted to be
the best in:the city, and no superior in the State
Constantly increasing mi ni atu r end great cape
rienee in this style of give us greater
facilities and better results than any establish
ment outside pf largo cities.
STEREOGRAPMS OF ROME VIEWS tor the
Centre Table. Also, prismatic instruments.
Large Colored Workliznse of the beet Ar
tists lh Philadelphia an ..ewhere lathe high,
eat style of the art. Lid k, Pastille, Crayon
and colors, at
GILL'S CITY (TALL_IIItYI
Jan 1.1 7 r) No. 10 East Mn 11-st.
Price $l.OO Per Bottle.
Mother to &)fl
GENTLEMEN• TO LADIES