Father Abraham. (Reading, Pa.) 1864-1873, February 04, 1870, Image 4
fcnolvanioch I ' DL . l 6 ...LlLllLEallajainilaajj. Al : ' SCIILIFFLETOWN, Feb. 1, 1870. MISTER FODDER ABRAHAM: letsht woch hob ich eich amohl so An kleany luil'shtory g'shrivva fun weaya tiem Mose Shenafeld we er gonga is de Nancy Shinkrotzer korrisseera selamohls we der alt G'shwire, earn dawdy, fun beam war, un we er so unferhuft tsurick is, un we der Mose sicl. donn fershlupt but im cck•shonk un we er sei naas full Seiner pelfer grickt hut, uu we's can shneesa hut macha so dos der alt mono can ferwisht hut un ean tsum house nouse travella macha of double quick. Ich hob eich now de woch an onnery un a bessery shtory shreiva wella, awer ich bob so g'wiss kea tseit alleweil, for de Bevvy is kronk un ich hob selwer missa all de Serwet shaft doh im house, under klea Abet/ noch heeta besi les. De Bevvy is gons fesht im bet alleweil, under duckter Pillamixer attend se now shum sidder om letshta Freidog, un se is ols no_di net besser. Der duckter sogt eara complaint weer de inflemmeashen im caftitty fun der breuht un a contchestion uf abdomannicle conclommereashen im kup, so dos se so uufergleichlich shwitza Daus in der nacht, abbordich wann se tsu gedeckt is mit em fedder bet. Geshter hut se oily halb shtund so an pilferly ei g'numma un g'mixed mit lodwarrick un aw drei doss pilla—'s terabt mohl droi, donn, in tswea shtund feer, uu well se gor ken effect g'hot hen hut se d'no de balance fun der gons box g'numma. Se hut aw an mucka ploshter uf em buckle un heasy baeka-shtea on de fees un a mushtard ploshter uf de shins so dos der ecksessif fluid fum sistem sich in de unnery ex tremmities fun de fees nous shan't un net an rush macht in de weitel parts fum kup. Der duckter sogt se is noch net drivver nouse, un awer waun se net an collapse g rickt inside fun nine dog donn denkt er konn er se drivver bringa. Er but aw abbordich directions gevva dos se nix essa (haft except host gekochty opt., fettes sei-deash, brod-wtersht, odder a wennich weiskraut un gekochty bohna, mit a paar shnitz un tswivvella for varie ty. Un wann de pills nix botta donn rftht der duckter er v ter SO an (bAetp -11.1"du gevrvit'iu'd6 cibbteeatt? for ail mixter fun .‘English saltz, caster-Thl, rubarb, un shlonga-v;artzel be,. Du alt sulaktup perissy war geshter owet aw bei tins, un se meant mer set braucha Lei sell= hexa duckter dort bei Sheaneck, for se behawpt se war terhext, ml dos all de pilla un pil ferlin iw saltz un olles nix botta dent, awer dos seller branch ducktcr se ball widder uf de fees du dent. Eels will anyhow net hullis dos de Bevvy vier now noel' (101 l der bucket kickt. Sell watr about shawd, for se konn meaner shaft'. tin beet enniche fraw ins county, em [rod bocka un wesha un better macha un su ierwet. Fo weiver sin aw ebbas wart, onshtott dos se geld koshtst for se uf tsu holta, duna se eam ols geld in der sock shaffa, un sell hut se a monnich mohl gedu we se ols morriekt getend hut in der shtadt, we ich ols noch au uure conshtruckteder dcmokrat war un ols drom g'suffa hob un bensa gepitchtd un korta g'shpeelt, bis ich tsuletsht my awya uf grickt hob we de demokrata mer my watch g'shtola hen dort in Nei Yorrick, on der Beimoyerls Convention. ewer, der Ahoy kreisht un ich mus em a, shlutzerly ins maul nei du, un aw tseit dos de Bevvy noch mea pillanemmt, um doh mus ich shreiva of hears, for de woch. ZIT SCIIIVEFFLEBRENNER HONE AFFECTION.—The heart has af fections that never die. The rough rubs of the world never obliterate them. They are the memories of home—only home. There is the old tree under which the light hearted boys swung many a day ; yonder is the river in which he learned to swim, there is the house in whieh he knew a par ent's protection—nay, there is the room in which brother and sister, long since laid in the yard in which we must soon be gathered, overshadowed by yon old church, whither with a joyous troop like himself he had often followed his parents to worship, and heard the good old man who ministered at the altar. Even the very school house, associated in youth Ail days with thoughts of tasks, now comes to bring pleasant remembrances of many occasions that called forth some generous exhibition of noble traits of human na ture. There is where he learned to feel some of his emotions. There, perchance, he first met the being who, by her love and tenderness in life, has made a home for himself happier than that which his childhood has known. There are certain Gailings of humanity—and those, too, among the best—that can find no appro priate place for their exercise only at one's &wide. THE Democracy of New York are in a peck of trouble. The Albany Journal says: "The Democratic party is thoroughly disorganized. The priests insist upon a division of the School Fund, and stand threatening vengeance if it is not granted. Timorous Legislators fear the wrath to come. The masses demand the disband ment of commissions; _politic leaders seek to defeat by delay. - Hoffman nominates to office from his followers; angry Sena tors threaten rejection.” It is not always comfortable to be in a majority. The re sponsibility fairly counterbalances the ad vantages. JOHN DEAL was on Monday sentenced at Reading, to be hanged for the murder •f Richard M. Harlan. WASHINGTON NEWS AND GOSSIP CULLED FROIII V ARIOUA SOURCES The President immediately after its passage approved and signed the Virginia bill, notwithstanding a delegation of dis appointed office seekers, headed by Porter, of Northlk, was on hand to bring pressure to bear for a veto of it. Last week Senator Wilson introduced a bill to pay the widow of President Lincoln a pension, which was referred to theCom mfttee on Pensions. It is proposed here to make the Govern ment officials, who are responsible for the furniture in the Capitol and Government Departments, to give bonds for the proper use and safety of the same. The Govern ment spends an enormous sum .for furni ture, and there is great extravagance in the care of the same. The Committee of Ways and Means has reconsidered its action and stricken bitu minous coal from the free list. The entire coat of our late •` civil" war is estimated by Commissioner Wells to be 59,000,000,000. The till abolishing the franking privi leges last week passed the House by a large majority. The Senate has not yet acted on it. A suspension of work in the construc tion and steam engineering departments of the New York, Philadelphia and Ports mouth Navy Yards has been ordered. This will throw out cf employment over 3000 persons. At no distant day President Grant ex pects to see the Cabinet Ministers provid ed with residences in Washington, rent free. The Commissioner of Agriculture inti mates that Le has no seeds, plants, &c., for miscellaneous distribution, and that he can only forward them to regularly con stituted agricultural societies and clubs, and correspondents of the Department. Although the population of New Jersey is not ove 1,000,000, she pays more income tax than any other State ; excepting four. No action has yet been taken on the no mination of General Sickles, but it is un derstood that he will be early confirmed as minister to Spain. His correspondence in regard to Cuba is said to be full of ability, sagacity, and learning. The calendar of the U. S. House of Re presentatives shows that during the pre sent session nine hundred and eighty Live bills have been introduced in that body, and thirty or forty joint resolutions. The Senate calendar exhibits a proportionate number of bills. The Secretary of the Treasury has directed the Assistant Treasurer in New York to sell one million dollars in gold each week during the month of February, and to purchase $1,000,000 bonds on each alternate week on account of the sinking fund. The Secretary of the Treasury has re vised the estimates for his department, and reduced them several millions of dol lars. Prince Arthur, Queen Victoria's third son, after being lionized in Canada for some months, is now on a visit to the United States, Ile reached Washington on Saturday, 2201 ult. He was introduc ed tit ate rresilient the following Ilenany. an it afterwards made a visit to the Senate and House of Representatives. In the evening a dinner was given at the resi dence of the British Minister, at which Vice President Colfax, Chief Justice Chase, Senator Sumner, and a number of other notabilities, were present. On Wed nesday, 2.lith, a state dinner was given at the Executive .Mansion in honor of the Prince, and a in the evening. Several more are talked of. Banquets in Brooklyn and New York have been tendered the Prince which have been accepted. A colored gentleman, Mr. 11. 11. Rev els, has been chosen 'United States Sena tor from Mississippi by the handsome ma jority of thirty-nine. Ile is elected for the short term ending in 1871, to be succeeded by General Alcorn, who will sit from 1871 to 1877. General Ames is chosen for the term to expire in 1875. In the Senate on Monday Mr. Morton introduced a bill providing for the readmis sion of Mississippi. It contains the same fundamental conditions imposed in the case of Virginia, but requires no oath of the legislators. A bill was presented in the House for the same purpose, and the indications are that such a measure will soon be carried through. The term of service of Hon. Robert C. Grier, as Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States expired on Monday last, he retiring under Act of Congress, after being on the bench more than twen ty-three years. A revision of the Internal Tax laws is to be at once undertaken by the Ways and Means Committee. The first number of the Poet Office Ga zette, published as the official organ of the Postoffice Department, appeared on Tues day last. It is devoted to fUrnishing offi cial and general information on postal matters to the employees of the depart ment. The Hon. R. S. Heflin, member of Con wags from Alabama, was lately found in his room at Washington almost suffocated by gas. When brought to, he said be " tried to pinch the light out, but found that somebody had stolen the wick." Last week somebody in Cleveland Ohio , sent Gen. Grant a black spaniel, w hichthe President declined, saying that he did not keep dogs. There were $lO express charges on the animal. Francis A. Walker, of Massachusetts, has been appointed Superintendent of the Census, which is to be taken during the present y ear. POSTAGE to the Netherlands is reduced. On and after (February 1) letters will be conveyed in closed mails by way of Eng land at ten cents per single rate of half ounce or under, prepayment optional. The rates of postage, conditions of payment, &c., on newspapers, books, packets, and samples of merchandise remain unchang ed. AT Pittsburg last week, two strangers entered the Third National Bank, and obtained $3200 on a check for $BOOO on on the Corn Exchange Bank of New York, which was subsequently discovered to be forged. They also obtained $2500 from the 83cond National Bank on a simi lar forged check. Both escaped. Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia and North Carolina form the new military de partment of Virginia, to the command of which General Canby has been assigned. tathtr 4,kbralatteo Chip% PHILADELPHIA is the only larg , city which still sticks to hand fire engin( -. THERE is a sixteen-year•old girl in La fayette, Indiana, who is nearly is feet high. THE live great evils of life are sai;;.to be standing collars, stove-pipe hats, tight boots, bad whisky and cross women. DURING the year ending December last, 1550 applications for pardon were made to Gov. Geary. A GENTLEISIAN in VermonthasB clock which was made in 1660, and promises to do duty for another two hundred potre. ILLINOIS has g,608,599 acres of land in cultivation. Her total assessed valuation of all taxable property is $498,954;,77. RAILWAYS are aristocrats. They teach every man to know his own station, and to stop there. WILLIAM CUM BAcii has been noiuinat ed by the President as Minister t. Por tugal. A MOVEMENT is on foot in the Demo cmtic Legislature of New York to abolish the common school system of that',itate. IT is said that $7,000,000 of blfthern capital is being expended this yea Tin im provements in Georgia. McGnEoon, Wisconsin, has a curry of marble, which, when polished, lias the appearance of being inlaid with n:vriads of shells. A NEW paper, called the Same i•sif Stan dard, has been established in Somerset, Pa. E. M. & W. M. Schrock are the publishers. We wish it success. THREE hundred bass from the Potomac river were introduced to the water of the Juniata, near Huntingdon, on thessth of January. IT is said that a pupil of Liebig has dis covered certain ethers, which, whoa pour ed upon chemical compounds, produce instantaneously precious stones of all kinds. THE New York correspondent of the Buffalo Courier states that Whitlar Reid, the managing editor of the New York Tribune, is engaged to Miss Ann. Dick inson. ONE hundred and fifty of the New York gold brokers have compromised wth the Government for the taxes levied o 4 their gold sales, on which suits had lately been brought. AN Irishman who had been asked to furnish proof of his marriage, tookooff his hat and exhibited a scar on his head— " Here," said he, "is my marriage certifi cate. That's Judy's mark." THE earnings of the Union Pacific rail road for 1869, not including recd.* from the sale of lands, were 38,126,287.01. To tal expenses for the year, 86,101,1.33.06. This includes buildings, impro,mettts and taxes. NEXT Spring will developo, it is hello/. cd, co-operative factories among nel.rly all kinds of mechanics. The tailors a i shoe makers are preparing to establish the cos-operative principle, serera at est establishments imaginable. THE Pennsylvania institution for the Instruction of the Blind, in Philadelphia, is too small to accommodate the appli cants. The managers are taking meas ures to have it enlarged. A JOINT resolution has been introduced into the Kentucky Legislature providing li,r the removal of President Taylor's re mains to Cave Hill Cemetery, at Louis ville, and the erection of a suitable monu ment over the same. AT llouston, Texas, ft line building has recently been completed. It is to be used for educational purposes, and designed principally for colored persons. It has been named "The Gregory .nstitutc," in honor of General Gregory, the U.S. Mar shal of Eastern Pennsylvania. RICIIMQND on Tuesday, January 25th, celebrated the admission of Virginia, by a salute of one hundred guns. About live thousand persons assembled in the Park, and were addressed by Governor Walker and others. TUE present indications are that the Senate Committee on Foreign Affairs will report against the purchase of San Domin go; but before any definite conclusion is reached, a large number of witnesses will be examined abd much documentary evi dence beaming on the subject read. A DUEL is anticipated in California be tween State Spnator Bellye and Ex-Mayor McCappin, of San Francisco, a challenge having been sent and accepted. The former denounced certain statements of the latter as false, an 4 upon the adjourn ment of the Senate, was slapped in the face by McCappin. VIRGINIA has been admitted with no exaction of indemnity for the put, but with all proper security for the future, and whether she so desires or not will be compelled to behave herself. pen.,gsaiby has turned over tle government .tirely to the civil authorities. AN additional weekly dispatch of mails from New 'fork to Great Britain has been secured by the Postmaster General, thus making the service tri-weekly. The new mail steamers willingly accept the com pensation which the other lines deemed insufficient, and agree to carry the mails direct for the same rates. IT is asserted that there is a good chance for an opposition telegraph across the con tinent. Parties are now on their way to California, who have completed arrange ments for an opposition line already from Chicago to Promontory, and they will use the railroad line of the TJnion Pacific Co. These gentlemen are in entire sympathy with the postal telegraph movement. MRS. Mary Ellet, of Philadelphia, has presented to the State Historical Society, a clock 135 years old. The case was made by her grandfather, who presented it to his young wife. In 1775 it was given to their daughter, Mrs. Ellet's mother, and by her given to Mrs. Ellet in 1801, on the day of marriage. THE Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, Judge Reed delivering the opinion, has recently decided that a bond drawn in the name of one obligor, and signed and sealed by him and four others, is the joint and several obligation of the five persons. If the words are: "I promise to pay,” and there are many signers, the instrument contains the several promises of each and the joint promise of all. our gime gaol. —A friendly suit—a Quaker's dress —A high way—The milky way. —Contract to kill—ladies corsets. —An old maid's love letter is common ly called a romance of the middle age. —Anna Dickinson is being made at Boston into a bust. Anna has brass enough to make two busts. —The editor who kissed a fair damsel, saying "please exchange," is believed to have exceeded the "liberty of the press." —"Mike, and is it yourself that can be telling me how they make ice cremes:"' "Truth I can; don't they bake them in could ovens, to be shurel" —An old lady on it train, not far from Lafayette, hearing the brakeman sing out "Eubank's Cut," sallied to the door and asked, "Is he hurt much?" —What will become of you it you do not tell the truth?" asked a Sunday school teacher to one of his pupils. "I shall be sent to Chicago," promptly answered the lad. —"Mother,” said Jemima "Sam wants to come courting me to-night." "Well, what did you tell him?" "Oh, I told him he might come. I felt anxious to know how he would act. —Teacher—"Boy at the foot, spell ad mittance." Boy—"Ad-mit-tance, admit tance." Teacher—" Give the definition." Boy—" Fifty cents, niggers and children half price." —An old fellow being visited by his pastor, he assured him he could not be a good Christian unless he took up his daily cross, whereupon he caught up his wife and began lugging her about the room. —"I think I have seen you before, sir," said one gentleman to another. Are you not Owen Smith?" "Oh yes," replied the other, "I'm min , Smith, and owin' Jones, and owin g Brown, and owin' every body." —Little three year old Mary was play ing very roughly with the kitten—carry ing it by the tail. Her mother told her that she would hurt pussy. "Why, no I won't," said she, "Im crying it by the hand le. —All is vanity. Scene: a church porch —F:ederick: " There, now, how very pro voking? I've left het prayer-books at hornet , ' Maria: "Well, dear, never mind; but do tell me, is my bonnet straight?" —Says a Western paper of its rival: " The editor of the Tames has been pre sented with a cabbage-head." Retorts the Times: " Certainly ; our friends are as liberal with us as the Lord with you." —A dying Irishman was asked by his confessor if he was ready to renounce the devil and all big works. "Oh, yer honor," said Pat, "don't ask me that; I'm going to a new country, and I don't want to make myself enemies!" —The Bachelor's Lament—When I re member all the girl's I've met together, I feel like a rooster in the Fall exposed to every weather! I feel like one who treads alone some barnyard all deserted, whose oats are lied, whose hens are dead, or off to market started." ---.A. French child asked the prii+t the other day, "Why is it, father, that we ask every day for our daily bread, in stead of asking for our bread for a week, a month, or a whole year?" "Why, you little goose, to have it Cash, to be sure,'' was the reply. —"How is your wife to-day?" said a friend of ours to a French gentleman. "0, moth ze same," said lie. "She is no battair, an' lam 'fraid er little warse. If she is gon to die, I wish she would do it soon. I feel so unhappie; my min' is so much unsettled. Wen she die 1 shall not be so much dissatistied!” —An inebriated man in Lawrence, Kansas, was found clinging to a fence, looking hopelessly at a neighboring row of shade trees. "Hallo!" said a friend who came up, "what's the matter, Jake?" "Dunno—hic," responded Jacob, "that procession's never goin to git past." —An urchin of seven years went into a barber shop at Racine, Wisconsin, and ordered the barber to cut his hair as short as shears could do it. He was asked if his mother ordered it that way. "No," said he, "but school commences next week, and we've got a school ma'am that pulls hair." —A little six-year old was walking with his father, and passing a church, the child W asked: " hat house is that?" "That is the Dutch Church," was the reply; " peo ple go there to do good, so that they may become angels." " Will they be Dutch angels, pa?" That child should be sent to Sunday school. —Judge Grier, late of the United States Supreme Court, liras 01103 trying a came in Pennsylvania. A blundering jury re turned an unjust verdict. As the Clerk turned to record it, Judge Grier said: "Mr. Clerk, that verdict is set aside by the Court. It may as well be understood that in this State it takes thirteen men to steal a man's farm." —A sermon once preached rather a long sermon from the text, "Thou art weighed in the balance and found want ing." After the congregation had lis tened about an hour, some began to get weary and went out; others soon followed, greatly to the annoyance of the minister, whereupon he stopped and said: "That is right, gentlemen; as soon as you are weighed, pass out.” No one else passed. —At a school in the north of England, during a lesson on the animal kingdom the teacher put the following question: " Can any boy name me an animal of the order of Dentota—that is a front-tohthless animal ?" A boy whose face beamed with pleasure at the prospect of a good mark, replied: "I can." " Well, what is the animal?" "My grandmother," replied the boy in great glee. —The following is the verdict of a negro jury: " We, de undersigned, hem' a Koro nor's jury to sit on de body ob do niggar, Sambo, now done dead and gone afore us, hab been sittin' on de said niqgar afore said, and find dat de same did, on the night of fourteenth of November, come to def by Aillinl from do bridge ober do riber and brokin his neck, where we find he was subsequently drown and after wards washed to de riber side, whar we suppose he was froze to def.7l Dry Goods. HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, HAGER & BROS., Nm;T KING STREET, LANCASTER, PA Now Opening a New Stock ENGLISH WHITE GRANITE TEA SETS, English White Granite Dinner Sets, ENGLISH WHITE GRANITE CHAMBER SETS, FRENCH CHINA, (Gold Band and Plain White,) LOOKING GLASSES, FEATHERS, CARPETS, FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, DRCGGETS, MUSLINS. SHEETING & SHIRTING, Bleached or Unbleached, TICKINGS, CHECKS, TOWELLINGS, TABLE AND SHEETING LINENS, PIANO AND TABLE EBBW COVERS, DAMASKS, &C., &C., airWhlCh wili bosold at LOWEST PRICES.4Bg Jan 21-tf JACOB FURNISH, 11. B. rtearusa, JOBB L. XILLIR. HARNISH & CO'S CHEAP STORE, No. 27 WEST KING-ST., LANCASTER, PA., Dealers in Foreign and Domestic DRY GOODS, GLASS AND QUEENSWARE, Cloths, Cassimeres, Sattinetts, Jeans, Tweeds Lindseys, Flannels, Tiekings, Cheeks, Plaids, Alpaceas, lkiress Goods, Ginghams, Calicoes, Muslins and Drills, White Goods, Notions, & No. 1 Feathers, MEN AND BOYS' WEAR, Made up at astonishing Low Prices. /4-Call and examine our stock before pur chasing elsewhere. [(O14'88-1y FALL, 1869 NOW OPENING -AT JOHN D SKILES' BLACK SILKS, COLORED SILKS JRISH POPLINS, PARIS DRESS GOODS, BL'K& COLD ALPACAS, ENGLISH DRESS GOODS, FRENcII MERINOS AND WOOL DELAINS 13LAiK BOMBAZINES & CRETONE CLOTH, PAISLEY AND BROOM LONG SHAWLS, BLACK THIBET LONG & SQUARE SHAWLS, efOO PLAID AND STRIPED LONG AND SQUARE WOOL SHAWLS, CLOAKING CLOTHS, WATER-PROOF CLOTHS. 100 PAIR BED CRIB AND CRADLE BLANKETS, ENGLISH AND AMERMIN PRINTS, LINEN DAMASKS, WHITEREDi GREY FLANNELS, IN ALL QUALITIES A full ne of Mulles , Merino Vests, Hosiery, loves, iltnoral Skirts, &e., &e. Carpets, oil Cloths, Shades FALL t. MEN AND BOYS' WEAR, JOHN D. SKILiH now receiving a fine a+ sortnn id of CLOTHS AND CASSIMEBES, Eng lish and American Coatings in all shades, ➢los cow and Castor Beavers, all shades. Goods for Boys' wear, for sale by the yard, or matte up to oilier at abort notice, and warrant ed to give satisfaction. HEA.OY-MADE CLOTHING. Suits for Men, suits for Hoys. OVEICCOATS for Men and Boys' of our own manufacture. Gents' Furnishing.jioods, Merino Undershirts and Drawers ritelery, Gloves, Neck Ties, &c., JOIIN D. SKILES, No. 24 East Ring Street one door east of the Lancaster County National Bank. [octi-tf Coal, Lumber, &c. B. B. MARTIN, Manufacturer and Wholesale LUMBER DEALER, COLUMBIA, LANCASTER, CO., PA WHITE PINE, HEMLOCK, POPLAR, ASH, WALNUT, FLOORING, SIDING, WEATHER BOARDS, PICKETS, LATH, BOX BOARDS, /to. MILL AT LOCK HAVEN, CLINTON COUNTY, PA. mhlll-604y EintEß' BRENEMAN & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN COAL, OF THE BEST QUALITY. YARD—COB. WATER ST. AND PA. R. IL °spies—NO. 2 EAST ORANGE ST., LANCASTER PA. (d.c 18.1 w Cabinet Ware. JAS. F. RICIEFOICER, MANUFACTURER AND DEALER 1N CABINET. WARE, Windsor & Cane-saated Chairs, AND GENERAL UPHOLSTERER, • NO. 29 EAST KING STREET, Nearly opposite the Court House, over Bares Book Store, LANCASTER, PA. Orders and Repairing promptly attended to. [Nov26.em Banking. I= BAIR & SHENK, BANKERS, NORTHEAST ANGLR or OHM= SQUAW/14 LANCASTER, PENNA. no2oly] Professional. J. DICKEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE: SOUTH QUEEN ST., second house he low the "Fountain Inn," Lancaster, Pa. JB. LIVINGSTON, • ATTORNEY AT LAW Ovvics: No. 11 NORTH DUKE ST., west Aid( north of the Court House, Lancaster, Pa. CHARLES DENUES ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE: N 0.3 SOUTH DUKE STREET, Lan easter, Pa. JOHN B. 000 D, ATTORNEY AT LAW Orrice: N 0.66 EAST KING ST., Lancaster, Pa JW. JOIINSON L U. ATTORNEY AT LAW OFFICE: NO SOUTH QUEEN ST., Lanea,, , ter, Pa. 11 P. ROSENMILLER„Tn. ATTORNEY:AT-LAW. OFPICK: No. 5 COURT AVENUE, Entran.7e on West Side of the Court House, LANCASTER, PA. air All business entrusted to his care wilt ikf promptly attended to. (janlidt AC. REINOEHL, , ATTORNEY AT LAW. thericx: N 0.3 SOUTH DUKE ST., Lancaster JOHN P. ILEA, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE: With lion. O.J. DICKEY, N 0.21 SOUTH QUEEN ST., Lancaster, Pa. MARTIN RUTT, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Otrytog of the late lion. THADDEUS STEVENS No. 26 South Queen St., Lancaster, Pa. - - A mos H. MYLIN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Orates: No. 8 SOUTH QUEEN ST., Lancaster K. RUTTER , J• ATTORNEY AT LAW Orrtm With General J. W. FIIMEIt t NORTD DUKE ST., Lancaster. Pa. BF. BAER, • ATTORNEY AT LAW. Orstott: No. 19 NORTH DUKE Street, Laneas ter Pa. Mee 18-11 T DR.SACE'S VCATARRH KEMEDV. We do not wish to inform you, reader that Dr. Wonderful, or any other man, has discov ered a rimed y that cures Consumption, when the lungs are half consumed, in short, will cur( all diseases whether of mind, body or estate, make men live forever and leave death to play i for want of work, and s designed to make our sublunary sphere a blissful paradise to which Iteaven itself shall be but a side show. You have heard enough of that kind of humbuggerv, and we do not wonder that you have by thfs time become disgusted with it. 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