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BREEF FUN SCIIWEFFELBRENNER.
SCDDIFFELTOWN, April der 27t, 1870
MISTER FODDER ABRAIIIAM:
Ileit feel ich yusht exactly dos warm
ich nix welters tsu sawya het dos yusht
shoo ill Wann nwr net gebottert sci
will mit nonsense heitich dogs doun is
es fashionable shoo-lly tsu sawya. Sell
main, ea tiler :meek, un luss mich ;ea;
du hislu mer tsu insicknitlickeut. Shoo
fly is an wart dos an Meaner darkey er
funna but doh fergonga, we er ous 'ma
tsuckcr hogshead rouse g'shluppt is un
we so an grossy shmeas-muck on eau hut
wells, un donn hut er ols so noch eara
g'shlawya mit seim hoot, awer de muck
war tsu shmart un Mink for can, un is cm
oily motel ous em weg, un tsuletsht is em
darkey sci geduld all warra uu er hut
noch-amohl "loch er g'shlawya, un "shoo
fly" gegrisha was er hut greisha kenna,
un sell hut de muck g'settled un ob is se
uu hut can aw sidder uimmy geboddert.
Now, was mich olleweil boddert, so
about we selly muck wu der darkey ge
boddert hut, we er shoo-fly g'sawt hut, is
so a koryose klea tseitingly wu der Ben
Mishler rouse gebt dort in der shtadt, mit
so brectlin drin fun ollerlea nonsense.
Eans tun derma breetlin is unnershrivva
bed caner Betz Shmart, de letsht woch,
un dm, mich blackgarda. De Betz sagt
EC kent mich, un heast mich an humbuck
un so sach. Well, wann se's donn obso
lut wissa will, ich keno aw de Betz—se is
in der friendshaft mit cm Ben—anyhow
so a wennich, un ich hob an orrick grossy
suspicion dos er cara ols lielft selly bred:-
lin tsu shreiva. Ich judge entirely fun
der shtyle of decomposition—so ferhuttled
un doreli enonner dos ich tsu der conclu
sion hum= bin dos es ols an ordlich
grossy quantity fun gin cocktails nemmt,
uft repeat, his se ols cans fun der Betz
earn brectit ut' glixed hen in lit shape for
tsu !rasa. Anyhow, wanes de same Betz
is ru dolt iu unser nochbeishoft ufge
brocht is warra—de same Betz wu ols
ons Kutztowner .baddolya gouge is un uf
de dying coaches un mit much ebber
rum getravelt dos earn olsusht gertunk
gin gekawft hut for sich fu y ll tsu saute,
noun is my opiuiondecidedly clear dos ich
cr nix bcssers gevva konn in reply except
yusht do tswea sheeny, classicle un
ous populary tsomma g'shponinty wart.
-(sra'>icn un Bevvy in
r . shtadt for seller fuftseat command
ment possession tsu seana. Mer sin about
em bulb tsea uhr moryats in der shtadt
aw kumma un hen uf g'shtellt ons Krei
ders, un donn sin mer amohl nous in de
shtadt rum for shoppa. Om tsea uhr sin
mer de shtrosc nunner gonga un hen on
tie ecka rum g'shtonna bis noch de tswelf
uhr un donn is amohl der possession aw
kumma. Der feddersht moon war an
schwartzer uf ma weisa gaul, mit roat
sash un ribbons un ollerla krixa-fixa on
rich so dos er exactly geguckt hut we an
pickter dos ich arnold goseana hob fun a
Mexican general. Donn sin about a holb
dutzent aids kumma—olly mono schwartz
except caner mit a weiser hoot uf, un
awer ter ; war aw schwartz. D'no is de
music band kumma, tin donn der posses
sion fun foos-genger un hinna noch sin se
kumma mit foor-weasa.
Awer now mus ich der doch shreiva fun
weaya cam mona dwr mit eana ge
march'd is—der Sam IVollkamm fun un
serm shteddle doh—an realer horter dem
okrat. Ich het can gor net genotist wanns
net for de Bevvy g'west war, awer we
der possession dort om fish morrickt for
bei is, donn seeht de Bevvy—" Pit, gook
now, guck, guck, Pit, guck, dort gent so
g'wiss ich leab aw der Sam IVollkanna”
un ich gook, un sure enough, we g'sawt,
dort war mine Sam—an full-bloodeder
Schliffietowner demokrat im possession un
orm in oral mit ma moon so schwartz dos
an (limb, foss, un so eanich mit eana
g'morch'd dos wan se tswilling breeder
warn. Ich bin aw neava noch g'march'd
mit der Bevvy, Ms nuf ins Shquare, un
hob meina cayene awya sheer net glawa
kenna dos aw der Sam Wollkamm mit
eana gongs is. Warms der G'shwire
Lawbuck g'west weer, donn hots mich
net ferwuunert, for, according tau seiner
shtory, war sei gross dawdy un halb
shwartzcr, un awer so feel ich weal is der
Wollkazum nix dos an commoner demo
krat, uu hut gor kea claim uf de schwart
zy for an single druppa Afrikanishes
bloot. wann de schwartzy now net
Boot atilt (Tevvgevvadonnwterra se olsfort ge
boddert mit denim demokrata wu sich bei
cane aw macha wella. Seller Sam setta
se anyhow ordlich close watcha, for ter
war gor net tau goot for sich ob 'tsu pas-
Ea for an halb schwartzer. Er is noch
leddich, un ich hob an suspicion dos er
bekanntshaft sucht mit caner de ich on
der meeting g'seana hob mit a schwartzy
haut un a thshionable dress aw. Eaner
hut mer g'sawt se het about drei hunnert
dahler geld, un sell deat ich denka war
on sich selwer sufficient inducement for
so an kterl we der Sam for sich bei ears
aw tsu macha. Anyhow, wann de
schwartzy leit gooter fershtand hen donn
halta se sich on a respectable distance
fun oily demokrata.
De Bevvy hut g'sawt uf em beam weg,
dos wann de neayer sich now so meen
macha un lussa so demokrata we der Sam
IVollkamm mit eana marcha in do pos
session, donu will se nix mit eana tsu du
hawa. Se hut an notion an breef tau
shreiva on der bruder Boston un earn
amohl an guter roat gevva fun weaya so
kaerls. Se behawpt dos warm de schwart
zy kit Bich selwer reshpecta dorm missa
se gor nix tsu du hawa mit so shtuft—nix
politically, morally odder soashelly.
t Atha 4brahattfo Chip..
AN Indiana couple aggregate 1,277
" DIED from elongation of the tonsils"
is the Western euphemism fi,r hanging.
TIIE Boston 7r«itscript wants to know
what has Income of those people who used
to defend slavery from the Bible.
Miss Dix, after a tour of the Southern
asylums and prisons, decides that snuff
dipping is a predominating cause of in
sanity among Southern women.
A VERMONT coroner's jury is "of A
Pinion that the Decent met his deth from
Violent Information in the hed, produced
from Unoan Cauz."
Fon the first time in the history of
Pennsylvania the National and State
census will be taken together this year.
It will not occur again until 1940.
A FEW days ago a little girl in Ithaca,
just before she died, exclaimed: "Papa,
take hold of my hand and help me across."
Her father died two months ago.
A BANKINO house in Columbia, S. C.,
was entered by burglars on Saturday
night, and robbed of money and valuables
to the amount of 6100,000.
There is a report that Prince Pierre
Bonaparte has arrived in cog in this
country and is now in Boston. It is not
Tier Democratic Senators in the New
York Legislature are squarely on the re
cord in favor of sectarian appropriations
for public schools.
THE so-called "Peace" bill passed by
the British parliament for Ireland, it is
said will have the effect to materially in
crease the emigration from that country
to America the coming year.
THE House of Lords consists of 474
members, of whom 4 are princes of the
blood, 3 archbishops, 27 dukes, 32 mar
quises, 167 earls, 36 viscounts, 27 bishops
and 177 barons.
THE only daughter of Lieutenant Rol
lins, the first Yankee who was on Bunker
Hill on the 17th of June, 1775, is living in
Boston, at the age of 96. She has an
annual pension of $4B.
IT is asserted that the Know-Nothing
party, under a new name, has recently
been revived in New York, and is gaining
in numbers astonishingly, both in city
TilE proposition to remove the Capitol
of this State to Philadelphia, is being dis
cussed. By no means remove it to Phila
delphia. That city's influence is potent
for evil already.
ALREADY the rebel organs of the South
are proclaiming Judge hase as a nomi
nee for the next Presidency. Gratitude
for recent decisions and the Cincinnati
letter inspire the " unrepentant" all over
ON Monday evening a week, the ninth
anniversary of the arrival of the, first
Pennsylvania troops iu Washington was
celebrated with becoming ceremonies at
Pottsville. The occasion was one of much
interest to the numerous participants.
CAPT. Joni JoynDAN:, the nn ' Super
intendent of Polif of New I. rk is a
. ourneyrn, a i n prin r t and. - d• —firs
I. ,, OentilfeShip in he New Yor Tribune
office. lig in CLCkntiWiedged to b the best
detective officer in America.
TILE New York herald predicts the
overthrow of the Democratic party of
that State in the next State election, and
with the loss of New York the rapid dis
integration and dissolution of the party
throughout the Union.
Jour; McConmicx, of New York, was
arrested on last Saturday, charged with
being the partner of Hon. John Morrissey
in running a faro bank, and was held in
$3,000 bail. The charge was preferred
by a Pennsylvanian, who says he lost
$4,000 at the aforesaid " tiger cage."
FISHING and politics are appreciated
by enfranchised niggers. The Nashville
/tanner the other day asked an old negro,
who was fishing in the river "What
luck ?" He replied : " De fish is like de
Democrats arter us niggers' vote. Dey
wants all de bait, but won't hang on de
THE death of Thomas brings to mind
those two epigrams which were current
just after the battle-of Nashville
" Thomas still moving"—very good ;
The cause is plainly understood—
lie doesn't like his neighbor—Hood.
Where Hood now is, it were not hard to toll ;
He said he'd go to Nashville or to hell,
And has not gone to Nashville—very well.
Gov. ALconx, of Mississippi, has re
commended to the Legislature of that
State the establishment of separate schools
for colored children, and a normal school
for colored teachers. Such a measure will
be popular with the whites and should be
generally acceptable to the colored people
THE Practical Farmer recommends the
application of refuse salt, broadcast, at
the rate of six to eight bushels to the acre,
as a remedy for cut-worms and other
worms. Salt seems particularly obnoxi
ous to every form of insect life, and spread
broad-cast on a freshly plowed surface
often has a powerful effect.
SEVERAL wealthy men in New York
propose the erection of a Crystal Palace in
the central part of the city, either on
Tompkins or Washington Square, at an
expense of seven million dollars l for the
approaching International Exhibition. It
is to contain one of the largest picture
galleries in the world, and its construction
will conform somewhat to the Louvre in
A YOUNG artist, a native of Boston,
passing the winter in Rome, spent an
evening, a few weeks since, at Miss Char
lotte Cushman's, where, among other
guests, he met Miss Stebbins, the artist,
and a sou of Mits. Felicia Hemans. In a
private letter he describes Miss Cushman's
home as a charming one, but her plan is
to leave it for America next summer,
where she hopes to settle for good.
Dia eyes of Delaware are now fixed on
the colored rote and the whipping post.
The "general intelligence) of that State
have recently resolved that they do not
desire to abandon a system which has con
duced to their happiness in the past, and
that they will not associate with the
African race in the future. If the last
resolve had been practised years ago,
there would not now be so many colored
men in Delaware to redeem that State, at
the next election, from the antediluvians
who have controlled it.
CULLED FROM ARIOUS 401311,C1Efl
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The Tariff Bill is still being considered
in the House, and in Committee of the
Whole the duty on iig iron was last week
reduced from S 9 to 5 a ton by a majority
of one. The followin Pennsylvania mem
bers were absent frota their post, to wit :
Haldeman, Getz, Stiles, Van Auken,
Armstrong, Covode, Y/coley. It, having
been pretty well demorstrSted that the com
binations against Peifeetion are strong
er than its friends is tlip.present Congress,
it is reported that a o ltatiqn of the
Pennsylvania dele ti h -,rtsulted in
an agreen3en o s i o on to lay
the Tariff Bill on the ' ble should the
House agree to the re action made in
Committee of the Wberst
The action of the Sul. me Court in re
ferring to the legal tentkr question does
not dispose of it, but p4pones it till the
next term. Meanwhile thedecision against
the constitutionality of 'the legal tender
act will stand as the la*.Of the land.
It is said that the Paiident is not op
posed to the Income to , stated, but
wishes the tax made t ' per cent, in
stead of five, with two ousand dollars
exemption, and theyeinoval of some odi
ous features, and then cogjDued for three
years. lie thinks at , thernd of'three years
the condition of the Treasury will be such
as to justify the repeal of the tax entirely.
Judge Fisher of the District of Colum
bia, having resigned his seat on the bench
to accept the position of District Attorney,
the President at the proper time will nom
inate Judge Hum • s, o
,p labama, as
At the instance of Gen. Butler, nearly
all the members of 08 Reconstruction
Committee have proruhad not to act on
the Georgia bill until,„bis return from
Massachusetts which awill be on May 5.
Hon. John Covode declines to be a can
didate for Congress age4l.
The President and Csbinet are entirely
opposed to the acquisition of Cuba by the
United States ; but the President says
that he is willing that C ba, San Domingo
and the rest of the I' .t India Islands
should form an in I rni • Dronfederation,
receiving moral s pport , from the United
The Internal Reveuzlikw requires dis
tillers, brewers, tobacWand cigar manu
facturers to renew their bonds on the first
day of May in each year. That day oc
curring on Sunday this year, the Com
missioner has decided that such bonds for
the current year shall b dated and ap
proved on the ..2d day allay.
Nothing to General Reward's dishonor /t
has been developed by he investigation
into his official conduct,, lid his complete
vindication is sure.
It mr .
4t:ltle n 4.
matters should be left almost exclusively
to the heads of the• different branches of
the Government. This bill came up in
the *nate last week, and, without even
exciting any debate, was indefinitely post
The Peace Conference of Representa
tives of the South American Republics
will meet in Washington next month, to
arrange terms of peace on the basis sug
gested by Mr. Seward.
The Star of this city has made a can
vass of the field to see what is to be done
in the way of building during the present
season. It gives a list of thirty costly
houses and stores that are to be erected,
and says the aggregate. of improvements
now going on is about one and a quarter
million of dollars. Several contracts are
for over one hundred thousand dollars
each. The paper says the real estate mar
ket is good, and business generally brisk.
The Department of State has prepared
and will soon give to the public all the
official proceedings and correspondence
on the subject of the death of Anson Bur
lin game, including the letter of Secretary
Fish, expressive of the regret of the Gov
ernment at the event.
The next new bonds issued by the
Treasury Department will be ornamented
with engraved portraits of the late Gen.
George H. Thomas and lion. Anson Bur
Mr. Cessna, of the Sixteenth Pennsyl
vania District, has introduced a bill in
Congress relating to Georgia which bids
fair to be accepted as a compromise be
tween the Republican factions.
Chief Justice Chase has aanounced that
the Supreme Court will adjourn for the
term, on the 30th of Aptil. No argu
ments will be heard after the 26th.
THE most horrible murders since the
Probst butchery, were cominitted at Bal
timore, on Thursday, the 21st inst. Mrs.
Catharine Marsh, residing with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Dwyer, at Canal-st.,
murdered her four children, by cutting
their throats. She also cut the throat of
her mother, who is not expected to re
cover. The eldest of the children was only
eight years of age, the youngest two years
and a half. The circumstances indicate
that the murderess was insane.
THE remains of Anson Burlingame
were removed from Faneuil Hall, Boston,
last Saturday morning, to Arlington-at.
Church, under an escort of cadets, fol
lowed by the Committee of Arrangements
in carriages. The Boston, Cambridge,
Charleston and Chelsea city governments
assembled at the 'Boston City Hall, the
State, Committee at the State House, and
the Masonic lodges at their lodge rooms,
from whence all proceeded to the church.
The services were very hnpresSive, of
reading the scriptures by the Rev. Dr.
Garnett, singing of an original hymn,
written by John G. Whittier, address by
Rev. George W. Briggs, of Camden,
prayer by Prof. Peabody, and an anthem.
The remains were taken to Mount Au
burn, a long procession following.
TIIE ladies of Louisville have returned
to the old Ohio toth Regiment their colors,
which were borne through over fifty tights,
and were then captured by the rebels.
WS AND ITEMS.
Our gittle #oheo.
—When is a lawyer strongest? When
he is fee-blest.
--An ice-house laborer being killed by
a lump of ice falling on his head, the ver
dict was, "Died of hard drink."
—We hear of a lady who being asked
her opinion of mustaches, replied: " I
always set my face against them."
—A Western editor in response to a
subscriber who grumbles that his paper is
intolerably damp, says : "That's because
there is so much due on it."
—" What flower of beauty shall I mar
ry?" asked a young spendthrift of his
miserly governor. To which the gover
nor replied, with a grim smile, "Mari
—A French girl asked the priest the
other day, "why is it, that we ask every
day for our daily bread instead of asking
for a week, a month or a year?) , "Why,
you little goose, to have it fresh, to be
sure," was the reply.
—An old colored lady in Pittsburg,
while suffering from a mysterious disease,
was much astonished when a medicai
student proposed for her hand. Ile pro
posed for the rest of her at the same time
also, for scientific purposes. The engagt
ment is not yet announced.
—A lady went into a dry goods store
in a New England town and inquired for
bleached cloth. Several pieces of sheeting
were shown her for inspection, but failed
to suit. " Perhaps," said the lady, if
I should tell you what I want it for, you
would know what to give me. It is to be
used for reposing robes." The man fainted,
—While an eastern priest was preach
ing in a mosque, one of the bearers seem
ed greatly affected. Proud of this circum
stance, the preacher asked the man how
his discourse had affected him so much.
"Oh, sir," said he, "it is not that; but
your long beard put me so much in mind
of a favorite goat I lost that I could not
—We had related to us the other day
an anecdote of an old lady who formerly
entertained travelers in a neighboring
county. Before guests commenced a
meal it was her custom to ask a blessing:
"0 Lord! make us truly thankful for the
food that is now before us! Nancy, band
around the cornbread first, and then the
biscuit afterward. Amen."
—The finest idea of a thunder storm
extant is when O'Fagerty came home
tight.' He came into the room where
were his wife and daughters, and just
then he tumbled over the cradle and fell
heavily to the floor. Ater a while he
arose and asked, "Wife, are you hurt?"
"No." "Terrible clap, wasn't it?"
—A Troy hotel keeper boarded a cleri
cal looking gentleman two weeks on the
strength of his piety and a copy of the
Ten Commandments, which he carried
posted on his valise. The other day the
brother left, to call on another minister,
but he has not returned yet. The valise
has been broken open, and fotiud to con
tain fine assortment of oat straw,
—Last year the internal revenue asses
sors got some funny answers tofthe ques
tioniborintad,. 0% their , blanks. For in
stance, to the cf iestion, had your Wife
any income last year?" ono )ersou
"Yes, one boy." Another, "Au
impertinent question, but no!" A third,
" Her husband's love, and as much money
from him as she wants, but no other in
come." A fourth, "Yes, twins, both
well; willing to be taxed for them!"
—A gentleman of Banford, Connecti
cut, returning home on Sunday from
church, began to extol the merits of the
sermon to his son. "Jack," said the old
gentleman, "I have heard one of the
most delightful sermons ever delivered be
fore a Christian society. It carried me to
the gate of heaven." " Why didn't you
dodge in?" replied Jack, "you will never
have another such chance."
—At a trial in an Alabama town not
long since, one of the witnesses, an old
lady of some eighty years, was closely
questioned by the opposing counsel re
lative to the clearness of her eyesight.
"Can you see me ?" " Yes," she an
swered. " How well can you see me ?"
persisted the lawyer. " Well enough,"
responded the lady, " to see that you're
neither a negr, o, an Indian nor a gentle
man." The answer brought down the
house and silenced the counsel.
—A humorous old man fell in with an
ignorant and rather impertinent young
convert, who proceeded to inform the old
gentleman, in very positive terms, that he
could never reach heaven unless he was
born again, and added : "I have exper
ienced that change, and I feel no anxie
ty." " And have you been born again,"
said his companion musingly. " Yes, I
trust I have." "Well," said the old
gentleman, eyeing him attentively, "I
don't think it would hurt you to be born
—An old lady was recently brought as
a witness before a bench of magistrates,
and when asked to take off her bonnet ob
stinately refused to do so, saying: "There
is no law compelling a woman to take oft'
her bonnet." "Oh" imprudently replied
one of the magistrates, ' you know law, do
you? Perhaps you would like to come up
and sit hereand teach us?" "No, I thank
you, sir," replied the woman, tartly,
"there are old women enough there now."
BRIDGET'S LUCK.—" And so you are
married, Bridget," said a lady to her for
mer servant. "And pray what's is your
" Business is it, marmYlf
" Yes. What dose he do for a living?"
" Shure he's a collector."
" A collector Why, Biddy," said
madame—whose ideas of a collector were
of a handsome judge of her acquaintance,
who ran the Custom House—" married a
collectind you don't say so."
" Shure I do, marm, say that same."
" A collector! Why, where does lie col
" All over the city, marm," said Bridget.
" All over the city," replied madame,
beginning to wonder what Biddy was dri
ving at; "and how much does he collect?"
"Fifty or sixty pounds, and some days
"You mean fifty or sixty dollars, not
pounds—dollars, Bridget," said madame,
"No marm, I don't mane dollars, I
"Shure I do, for Pat is a soap-grease
NOTICE TO GENTLEMEN!
The undersigned takes this method to inform
his patrons and the public generally, that he
has removed his Rooms, for
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods,
NO. 57 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
Wbere be will at all times be prepared to flllall
orders in his line of business at short notice,
All goodie for Gents' and Youth's have been
selected with care, and purchased at the low
est 'market rates.
Please call and examine my stock when you
desire a good fitting Coat, Pants or Vest.
GEO. 11. COLEMAN,
aplls-tfl Merchant Tailor.
W . L. BEAR & CO.,
CHILDREN'S, BOY'S AND YOUTH'S
EAST KING STREET,
TWO DOORS EAST OF THE COURT HOUSE,
SUITS FOR ALL AGES,
MADE OF TUN; BEST MATERIALS,
AND IN THE LATEST STYLES.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF BINDINGS AND
TRIMMINGS FOR SALE
A variety of beautiful patterns of Cassimeres
and Tweeds to make to order or sell by the
yard, constantly on hand. We intend to make
this a specialty.
Agents for the Staten Island Dyeing Estab
lishinent, one of the oldest and best in the
Ladies' Dresses, Cashmere, Brodie, Wool,
Crape,and all other Shawls; Gentlemen's Coats,
Pants, and Vests, Kid Gloves, &c., dyed, cleaned
and refinished in the best manner.
air Clothing repaired and renovated with
neatnesss and dispatch. tapls-tf
SPRING CAMPAIGN OPENED
Not in Gold, but in
The People are still awake to their best inter
est, and know where to go to buy
GOOD AND CHEAP CLOTHING
MYERS & RATHFON,
Will forfeit Slooo if they cannot show the finest
and large3t stock of
IN TILE CITY OF LANCASTER.
All-wool Cheviot Suit f0r.... $12.00
" Cassimere suit f0r......... 12.00 to 18.00
" Fine All-wool Black Cassi
mere suit f0r.... 14.50 to 20.00
" Black and Fancy Costa
( mere Frock Coats from 5.00 to 14.00
" Black and Fancy Cassi
" mere Sack Coats from.. 5.00 to 12.00
" Black and Fancy Cassi
-44 mere Pants from. 3.00 to 8.00
" Black and Fancy Cassi
" mere Vests from 1.00 to 4.00
A FUI.L AEI) COMPLETE STOCK OF
BOY'S AND YOUTH'S CLOTHING !
We manufacture all our own Clothing, have
it well made, use good trimmings, and guar
antee the. goods as represented or money , re
funded. Call and examine ourlasge stock, be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
We keep the largest and finest assortment
of CLOTWS, CASKINEEItES and V ESTINGS, both
foreign and domestic manufacture, the newest
and best styles in the market, which we are
prepared to make up to order at the shortest
notice, and in the best style. aii-Goods retail
ed by the yard as low as can be purchased any
where. Persons can have goods cut and trim
med, if they prefer snaking them at home.
We,keep on hand a fall line of
Gentlemen's Furnishing 'Goods.
Ah-Our goods are all purchased for cash, and
will be sold a small advance.
Thankfuls • e • akt favors, a con nuance is re-
MYERS & RA. lit'Olii,
south East Cor. Centre Squirt°,
BUCH & BROTHER,
531 PENN STREET,
Have on hand a fine line of
Together with a large line of
Their establishment is the most complete in
all its departments of any, outside of Philadel
phia, in the State.
BUCH .SL BROTHER
House Furathing Good.
JAS. F. RICKSECKER,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
Windsor & Cane-seated Chairs,
NO. 29 EAST KING STREET,
Nearly opposite the Court House, over Barr's
Orders and Repairing promptly attended to.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Oiffee with HON. 0.. T. ' , KAM", No. '2l Soutik.
Queen street, Lancaster, Pa. [up:2'7o4f
• ATTORNEY AT LAW
OFFICE: SOUTH QUEEN ST., second house be
low the " Fountain Inn," Lancaster, Pa.
JB. LIVINGSO TOR N,_
. . ATTOR NEY AT LAW.
OFFICE: No. 11 NORTH DUKE ST., west side,
north of the Court House, Lancaster, Pa.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OFFICE: N 0.3 SOUTH DUKE STREET, Lan
JOHN B. GOOD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OFFICE: N0.15t1 EAST KING ST., Lancaster, Pa
J• W. JOHNSON
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OFPICE: No 2.5 SOUTH QUEEN ST., Laneas
71 P. ROSENMILLER, Jn.,
OFFICE: No. 5 COURT AVENUE,
Entrance on West Side of the Court House,
417 - All business entrusted to his care will be
promptly attended to. (Janl7-t
A C. REINOEHL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
JOHN P. REA,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OFFICE: With lion. O.J. Dicamr, No. '2l SOUTH
QUEEN ST., Lancaster, Pa.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OFFIrE of the late lion. THADDEUS STEVENS
No. 26 South Queen St., Lancaster, Pa.
A mos 11. MYLIN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OFFICE: No. 8 SOUTH QUEEN ST., Lancaster
J . K. RUTTER ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OFFICE: With General J. W. Ficaria, NORTH
DUKE ST., Lancaster, Pa.
B• F. BAER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OFFICE: No. 19 NORTI.I DUKE Street, Laneas
ter Pa. [dee 11-13'r
ATTORNEY AT LAW
No. M 3 NORTII SIXTH ST., Reading, Pu
• ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLER
No. 601 COURT STREET, (opposite the Court
House,) Reading, Pa.
CDR -SALE 'S
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No Ilustsua. It is warranted to cure lost or
impaired Taste, Smell or Hearing, Watering or
Weak Eyes, Otter/MVP. Breath, Ulcerated Throat
or Mouth, Pain and Pressure in the Head, and
Loss of Memory when caused, as all of them
frequently are by the ravages of Catarrh. It is
pleasant and painless to use,contains no strong
poisonous or caustic drugs, but soothes by d.
I will pay $5OO Reward for a case of Catarr.
that 1 cannot cure.
FOR SALE BY idosT DRUGGISTS EVERT.
ic 4V HE RE.
PI L'2 z,13
If your Druggist has not go on sale,
don't be put off with some worse t n worth.
less stron ,, stuff, "fumigator," or poisonous
caustic solution, which will drive the disease to
the lungs instead of curing It but send sixty
cents to me and the remedy will reach you by
return mail. Four packages, post paid, Kau.
one dozen for $5.00.
Send a two cent stamp for Dr. Sage's pampi.
let on Catarrh. Address the Proprietor,
R. V. PIERCE, 111. D.,
INVALIDS "lIYGEI4N IMIstE.”
N. R. ADAMS, M. D., 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 10 for many years; he is
therefore eminently qualified by Medical 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 facility 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
ture's great curative Agents, regulated by a
skillful Physician, enables us to cure when a
cure is possible.
The I. all and Winter months aro considered
best for treatment, especially In our mild and
Suaoice.i. °Pt:RATIONS of all kinds performed
according to the latest and most approved
sirOusravaleAt. cases and all PRIVATE Dl3-
EASES, as well as Dyspepsia, Meumatism au.:
Liver Complaint, are treated wati success.
For Circular, address the Proprietors, Brown
& Middlekau Wernersville, Bert Co., Pa.
-Musical Instruments, &c.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
NO. 422 WEST RING STREET.
Pianos, Organs, Melodeons Piano and Melo
deon Stools and Covers, Violins, Guitars, Ban
jos, Tamborines,Aecordeons, Conoertinis, Fifes.
Drums, 3Flutes, Flageolets, Harmonicos, Clap
Strings of all kings Bo* Hair,
Tuning Forks, Pitch Pipes, Violin' Bows, Cello
Bows, Violin and Guitar Boxes, Music Port
folios, Instruction Books of all kinds, Sheet
Music, Music Books, and every description 01
Musical Merchandise. All orders Ailed prompt
ly at the usual Retail or Wholesale Prices, and
air Tuning and repairing promptly attended
to. A. W. WOODWARD,
sep24-Iy] No. 22 W. Ring-st., Lancaster.
T B. KEVINSKI,
SHEET MUSIC, PIANOS, 01/GAXS,
And Musical Instruments General!,
Solo Ageut for ,
STEINWAY Sc SONS' i f
WORLD RENOWNED PLAAOS.
Also, Agent for
PRINCE & CO.'S ORGANS and MELODEONS
ear Music% sent by Mall Free of P age.
No. 3 NORTH PRINCIO REST
GOOK AMOHL H
Rooft aw im
J. B. SBVINBICI BRIM KIIIIO BBITORE.
KLosreeßA, Osysi.LA, Max.lose, un alle
aorta musk Inshtrumental
Der Kevinskl is agent for Cie bereenity Stele.
wehr Pianos—Kloffeera beast Iner se tadeiteln.
Der platz is
N 0.3 NORD PRINCE STREET, LANCASTER.
N. B. For a first raty gOkty Gel' odder an
Aooordeon, odder a Tswcerrich-Pen: odder en
well =nonmusical InalArnment, klea odder
gross, shtept yusht ni Oae KevinskPs, No. 3
Nord Prinoe Shtrose, LanesstAv (no9e4Y