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Volume XVINe. 131.
PUBLISHED EVERT EVENING,
BY STEINMAN & HENSEL,
Intelligencer Building, Southwest Cerner or
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subscribers in tlieC'ilv of Lancaster and sur
rounding towns, accessible by Kail read anil
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it l'lain and Fancy Printimr.
M Alt TIN,
Wholesale and Ketail Dealer in all kinds or
LUMIJEU AXD COAL.
-Yard : Xe. 4S) Xerth Water ami Prince
streets, above Lemen, Lancaster. n'Myd
COAL! - - - COAL!!
GORREOHT & CO.,
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Pike. Oflice -J) Kast Chestnut street.
P. W". GOHUKCHT,
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W. A. KKLLKU.
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ler family use, and at the low
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TRY A SAMPLE TON.
CtT YAIIU-ISO SOUTH WATKIt ST.
ncU-lyd PHILIP SCIIUM.SOX & CO.
I L'ST ICKCKIVKII A FIXK LOT OF HALED
f) TIMOTHY HAY, at
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Fleur. Haled Hay and Feed of all kinds.
AVaii'lieuse and Yard : 2't4 Xerlli Water St
C0H0 & WILEY,
:i.-,0 XOliTll WATER AT., lAincasU-r, I'u.,
Wholesale and Uetail Dealers in
LUMBER AND COAL.
Alse, Contractors and Ituildcrs.
Intimates made anil contracts undertaken
en all kinds of building.
P.ranch Oilier : Xe. :; NORTH DUE V. ST.
TOTIC;: TO Til i: PUItLIC.
G-. SEXER & SONS.
Will continue te sell only
GEXUTXE LYKEXH VALLEY
and WrHCESHAllIlE COALS
which are the best In the market, and sell as
LOW a the LOWEST, and net only (JUAR
AXTEE FULL WEIGHT, but allow te WEIGH
OX AXY scale in geed order.
Alse Rough and Dressed Lumber, Sash
Deers, minds, &c.,at Lewest Market Prices.
Ofliceaud yard northeast corner Prince and
Walnut streets, Lancaster, Pa. janl-tfd
noens AXit statwxery.
"tt-alkntinks! valentines ; !
A GREAT VARIETY,
L. M. fLyNN'S
HOOK AND STATIONERY STORE,
Ne. 42 WEST KINO STKEKT.
JOEI BAER'S SONS,
15 and 17 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
1 BEAT IJAKGAIXS.
A Large Assortment of all kinds of
Are still sold at lower rates than ever tit the
202 WEST KING STKEET.
Call and examine our steckand satisfy your
self that we can show the largest assditment
of Rrusscls, Three plies and Ingrains at all
prices at the lowest Philadelphia nrices. Alse
en hand a large and complete assortment of
RAG CARPETS. Satisfaction guaranteed both
as te price and quality. Yeu arc invited tecall
and see my goedi. Xe trouble in showing
tlii'in, even if you de net want te purchase.
Don't lerget this netice: Yeu can save
jiieney here lfyeu want te buy.
Particular attention given te custom work.
Alse en hand a full assortment of Counter
panes, oil cloths and Illankcts of everv va
riety. . iny2S-tnl&w
Philip Selium, Seu & Ce.
HAVE OX HAND
Nes. 38 & 40 WEST KING ST.,
(Formerly II. Z. Kheads & ltre.'s,)
a line selection el the Well-known, Gen
uine LANCASTER QUILTS, Woolen and Half
Woolen COVERLETS. CaRPRTS, Carpet
Chain, Yarns erall kinds, a complete line et
Ladies' Furnishing Goods, Xotiens. &c.
Scouring and Dyeing promptly attended te.
In order te accommodate the public we have
located our Ceal Oflice at the above place.
PHILIP SCHUM, SOX Ac CO.,
e21-3ml&u- :J3 & 40 West King St.. Lancastei
M USIC'AI, IXSTRVMEXTS.
1 would respectfully call the attention et
persons wanting a lirM-cl.iss Piane thai 1 have
iK-en appointed sole agent ter Lancaster coun
CMckcring & Sen's Celebrated Pianos,
Of Posten, Mass. Pianos can be seen at mv
OrgsijL. Manufacturing Waix-roems, 330 Xerth
Jec2fi-2tdeawd&wtll Lancaster, P.i.
FALL & WINTER.
We are new prepared te show the public one
of the largest stocks of
ever exhibited in the city of Lancaster. Geed
Working Suits for men $fi.W. Geed Stvles
Cassiincic Suits for men $7.."0. Our All Weel
Men's Suits that we are belling ler !i.(Ki are as
geed as you can buy elsewhere for l-.". Our
stock of Overcoats are immense. All grades
and every variety of styles and colors, for
men,bevsaud youths, all our own manufac
ture. Full line of Men's, Youths' and JIevs'
Suits. Full line of Men's. Youths' and Heys'
CUSTOM DEPARTMENT !
We are prepared te show one et the best
stocks of Piece Goods te select Iren: and have
made te order ever shown in the city. They
are all arranged en tables lilted up expressly
se that every piece can be examined before
making a selection. All our goods have been
purchased before the lisein woolens. Weaie
prepared te make up in geed stvle and at short
notice and at bottom prices. We make te or
der an All Weel Milt ler $V2.W. Ity buying
your goods at
you save one profit, as we manufacture all our
own Clothing and give employment te about
one hundred hands. Call and examine our
stock and beeenvincedas te the truth of which
MYEKS & 3 vATHFON.
Centre .Mall, Xe. li East Kin:; Street.
2-L CENTRE SQUARE.
Closing out our
In order te tu.iKC loom lei the
Large Spring Stock,
i Which we aic new nianut.u-turing.
Suits and Suitings,
Te be sold at the Lewest Price-.
D. B. Metier
24 CENTRE SQUARE-
ItOOTS AXD SHOES.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
We guarantee every pair we sell. We keep
the most perfect fitting, best style and well
wearing shoes, ami !-eI them at the very
Our stock was purchased last summer before
the late advance in leather and material, and
we eiler te give te our customers the advan
tage of our successful speculation by selling
our preent stock at lower prices than we
could te-d.iy buy again. We also continue te
at short netiee, styli-u -md durable, and at
lower prices than any ether .shoemaker here or
3Mending done promptly and neatly."jOi
Give us a call.
43 WEST KING STREET.
X7-IIOLi:SALK AM) KKTAIL,.
Xe. 227 NORTH PRINCE STREET.
TAIIXESTOCK'S FAUIX I'LOUIJ.
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UY THE HKCKEK'S SELF-KAISIXG
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Oil THE BEST COFFEES,
FliESH 1WASTED DAILY
Oil THE IJEST UROCKKIES OFEVEItY
Ne. 17 EAST KING STREET,
V7M. P. FRATLEY'S
MONUMENTAL MARBLE WORKS
758 Xertn Mucen Street, Lancaster, Pa.
MOXUMEXTS, HEAD AXI) FOOT STOXES,
CEMETERY LOTS ENCLOSED, Ac.
All work guaranteed and satisfaction given
in every particular.
X. 18. llcmcuiber, works at tlin extreme end
of Xerth Queen street. in3()l
T OCHER'S COUGH SY;RUP IS THE BEST.
Greatly fielcefl Prices
Havmgjust returned from Xcw
Yerk with a
EiM aifl Demestic loins
FOR MEN'S WEAR,
Would respectfully announce te his customers
and the public that lie will have his regular
S AS LOW AS AXY
THIS CITY AT
Ne. 51 North Queen Street.
GRAND CLOSING SALE !
OVERCOATS AND HEAVY SUITINGS.
te buyers of Clothing in order te make room
for a large SPKIXG STOCK new being manu
factured, and we are needing room. We offer
well-made and styli-h
Clothing for Men and Beys
than ever heard of before, although Geed-are
going up every day. We will -ell, for e mii-t
have the room.
Loek at Our
OVERCOATS ! OVERCOATS! OVERCOATS I
l'er$ J.!).), ler $.".&", fer$j.:S, for $0.7.").
overceats: overcoats; overcoats
for $7.73. for $0.7."), for $10.7.").
OVERCOATS ! OVERCOATS ! OVERCOATS !
for $12, $14, $10 and $J0.
These arc heavy-lined Overcoats, caretully
made and splendidly trimmed.
OVERCOATS ! OVERCOATS OVERCOATS
for $7..r0, ler $$.30, for $'...V), for $Ii
OVERCOATS ! OVERCOATS . OVERCOATS :
for $13, for $18, ferf-'O.
Thc-e are Plaid-Rack Overcoats, equal te
HEAVY, MEX'S SUITS !
for $;;.30, $i.oe, $3.oe, $7.00, $:.oe, $10.00.
MEX'S SUITS FOR FIXE DRESS !
ler $12.00, $14.00, $15.00, $10.00, $18.00 and $.v),00.
150YS' SUITS AXD OVERCOATS !
ROYS' SUITS lrem $2.23 te $10.00.
ROYS' OVERCOATS VERY LOW.
AVe sell only our own make and guarantee
.Meney returned en all goods net found as
ASM'Icase call, whetheryeu wi-h te purcha-e
Is -locked with the late-t styles, which we
make te measure at the lewe-t ca-h piice- and
guarantee a perfect fit.
SUITS TO ORDER from $12 upwards.
PAXTS TO ORDER from $:;..-0 upward--.
D. GANSMAN & BRO.,
MERCIIAXT TAILORS AD CLOTHIERS,
66 & 6S NORTH QUEEN ST.,
S. AY. Cerner et Orange, Lancaster, Pa.
( Rausman's Cerner.)
I'OUXIWltS AXI MACHIXISTS.
J BOILER 3UNUFACT0RY,
SHOP ON PLUM STREET,
OrresiTK the Locomotive Works.
The subscriber continues te manufacture
BOILERS AND STEAM ENGINES,
Fer Tanning and ether purposes ;
Sheet-iron Werk, anil
3" .Jobbing promptly attended te.
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LANCASTER, PA. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1880.
MONDAY EVENING, FEB. 2, 1880.
THE CONTEMPT CASE.
A SUBJECT OF GENERAL XEWS
THE DRIFT OP PRESS OPINION.
' Listeners" and Special Editorial Con
tributors te the Rescue.
Tne Vending Ouestien.
Judge Patterson, of Lancaster county,
entered a rule last week en Messrs. Stein
nian and Ilensel, editors of the Lancaster
Ixtelligexcf.ij, who happened also te he
members of the bar of that county, te
show cause whv they should net answer
for contempt of court, and why their
names should net be stricken from the list
of attorneys. The alleged contempt con
sisted in certain strictures en the court by
the IxTELi.ier.xcEK, in reference te the
peculiar manner in which a whisky prose
cution was disposed of with the consent of
Judge Patterson. If his honor believed
that the article iti the IXTELi.ir.EXcnu was
libelous, he had precisely the same remedy
at law that every ether man has, and if he
was afraid te submit his case te the judg
ment of a jury, he will find, we doubt net,
befeie he gets through with his Star Cham
ber proceeding against Steitiman and Ilen
sel as editors, that he committed the
greatest mistake of his life. If lawyers
can e stricken lrem the roll el attorneys
simply because of their criticism of a court
as editors, that fact ought te be ascer
tained and made clear by the highest judi
cial authority in the state. An act of
Assembly was passed last May en this
very subject, of which the editeis of the
IxTELLiOEXCEit will, of course, at the
proper time avail themselves, should it be
come necessary. Who struck the immortal
Billy Patterson has never yet been found
out, and the great question new te be de
termined is, did Steiuman and Ilensel ac
complish the feat by. bringing the ceuit
of Billy's namesake into ridicule and con
Suggesting a Itetreat.
Judge Patterson last week summoned
Messrs. Ilensel and Steiuman, editors of
the Lancaster Intelligencer, befeie him
te answer for contempt, and when they
appeared in court he awarded a rule te
show cause why their names should net be
stricken from the list of attorneys. The
IxTELL'GEXcEit in speaking of a case
which had been tried in the criminal court
of Lancaster county said that the defend
ant's acquittal had been secured " by a
prostitution of the machinery of justice te
wive the exigencies of the llepublican
party. But as all the parties implicated,
as well as the judges, belong te that party,
the court is unanimous for once that it
need take no cognizance of the imposition
practiced upon it and the disgrace attach
ing te it." This criticism aroused the
anger of Judge Patterson, and he resolved
te execute fierce vengeance en the editors,
who are members of the Lancaster bar.
Instead of instituting a prosecution against
them for libel, and compelling them te an
swer the charge before an impartial com I
and jury of their countrymen. Judge
Patterson has signified his intention te act
the part of prosecutor, judge and the jury
in the trial of the case. It cannot be that
such judicial despotism as this will be tel
erated in Pennsylvania. If any wrong has
bccii done Judge Patterson by" the editors
e he lNTKLi..Gr.NCCK the courts arc open 1
command, te redress the iniurv accerdim
te the forms of law. But he cannot be !
permitted te punish lawyers for contempt
because in the discharge of their duties as
editors of a newspaper they have criticised
his judicial acts. Fer such criticism they
are responsible as editors, and net as law
yers. Tlllll". .Illlbrn T'-itnrsmi li!)c nl-mrnl '
himself in a pitiable prcdiciment, cannot
be denied even by his best friends. There
is but one henable way for him te get rid
of his dilemma, and that is, te discharge
the rule, en the ground that he had no
legal right te award it.
About Judges ill General.
Easten Free Pres.
Judge Patterson, of Lancaster, has been
taught a lessen he may well heed. If he!
has net availed himself of this opportunity j
te add te his stock te knowledge, ether
judges had better take notice net te use !
Star Chamber methods in dealing with !
editors 01 newsiapcrs ler imaginary con
tempt of ceuit and if the court be really
contemptible the greater need for
chariness in the use of arbitary powers.
If a judge is libc'ctl by a newspaper
he must use the same means for
his vindication that any ether citizen
must use, than whom he is no better and
no .worse in the eye of the law. In the
case of some rctnarks'madc by the Lancas
ter Intelligence!!, which were prsubly
libelous, unjust and false, Judge Patter
son assumed airs of having quicker ways
of protecting his reputation than the law
gives te ordinary men, because he was a
judge. He has shown himself te be werse
than any specification alleged against him
a judge with' peer judgment. His pro
ceeding will fritter out, and while the
editors will escape he will have the mem
ory of his error for his pains. It is bad
policy ferjudges te set up te be tee smart ;
they de net figure well in that direction in
a state where there are se many news
papers as in Pennsylvania. ?
If Mr. F. B. Gewcn has been talking
rashly about the supreme court of Penn
sylvania and the corruption of its justices,
he ought te be called upon te explain. We
hope he is wrong; it would be foolish te be
wrong in such a matter, and foolish he is
net. Bight or wrong, however, te senti
ments credited te him elsewhere will be be
lieved by a large portion of the public se
long as supreme court judges ride 011 free
passes and railroads make money out of
their decisions, by previously calculating
en them. Is it possible that this shame,
se boldly and defiantly shouted, cannot be
shown te be slanderous ? Let us have the
answer before election time.
Tlie Contempt Case.
"A Listener" in the Examiner and Express.
Yeu will oblige one who was a listener
yesterday, te the legal argument in the
case new engrossing public attention, te
insert a quotation which the learned gen
tleman of Philadelphia failed te quote. I
quote it for him, and our community may
then begin te sec that there arc two sides
te the question new engaging public at
tention. I quote from 5 Watts and Ser
geant, page 274, the opinion in which was
delivered by Judge Bedgcrs, of Pennsyl
vania. "In Austin and ethers (e Rewle 191) it
is held that it is a breach of professional
fidelity te attack the proceedings of the
court for impure and improper purposes,
through the medium of the public press;
for such an offence the court; may properly
exercise the power given them te suspend
or expel an attorney from his eflice. Indeed,
without this power and its occasional exer
cise, the -courts themselves would be
brought into public odium and contempt."
3 W. & S. 274,
fersets the Law of 1879.
The whole proceeding was most discred
itable en the part of the judge, and any
lawyer of ability in the country will agree
with us, if he hesitates te say se. And
here is where the weakness and imperfec
tion of our judiciary system manifests it
self most fercibl v. Lawyers de net alwavs
dare te say what they think when by se
doing they may bring themselves into dis
agreeable centlict with a judge who has se
mucn arbitrary power which some de net
hesitate te use, as gentlemen of the bar very
well knew, and has been practically de de
menstated te these of Lancaster.
Judge Patterson has no mere control in
his judicial capacity ever these gentlemen
in their capacity as editors, than he has
ever any ether citizen. This fact is tee
plain for argument or demonstration. But,
suppose he presumes te exercise an un
doubted power though it be net supported
by right : Who is te prevent it ? He can,
we doubt net, dismiss these gentlemen
from the bar, and hew are they te help
themselves:' If they were obscure attor
neys in a country town, and without
means or friends, they would have no re
dress, and their case would probably never
be heard of where it could at all affect the
parties concerned. As it is, the.-e men arc
in a position te make a fight, ami one that
is sure te be dainajrin-r te their adversary I
eventually. Yet, except for the moral
effect of public opinion, we de net see
what power these lawyer-editors could ex
ercise as against the most arbitrarily un
just action the judge might have the har
dihood te carry out. They could net pre
vent the immediate wrong te themselves,
and their only present comfort would be
the assurance that time, effort, friends and
an aroused public would net only in the
sequel right them but also their persecu
tor. Still, the means by which the could
be righted would be, at the best, a round
about and diilicult process, and would net
be within the reach of many a poorer at
torney who might be compelled te suffi r
m silence under most palpable wrong.
That such things are possible demonstrates
that our system of administering the law
is unity, and we arc assured that there is
110 wrong or defect, clearly perceived te be
such, but what ihay be remedied.
The Voice of the Press.
Spirit et Berk-.
The ease of the editors of the Lancaster
Intelligencer, who are also practicing
attorneys at the Lancaster bar, has attract
ed numerous comments from the press of
Pennsylvania and ether states, and in no
instance that has come under our observa
tion has the summary preceding of Judge
Patterson been approved. On the contra
ry, it has been condemned in mere or less
positive terms by the voice of the whole
press, Republican, Democratic and
Twe questions here arise : Hew far can
the judges of our courts claim immunity
from criticism of their eilieial acts".' And,
aie editors who happen te be also attor
neys, se be held responsible an attorneys
for any printed publications they may
make in reference te matters pei tabling
te judicial proceedings '.' Ne one, in these
days, will claim that judges are seated se
high above their fellow men as te be
beyond the reach of fair and honest criti
cism. If they were, then our courts would
be a sole and singular exception te the
rule which is clearly laid down in the
constitution that "The printing press
shall be free te every person who
may undertake te examine the pro
ceedings of the Legislature, or of any
branch of government, and no law shall
ever be made te restrain the right
thereof." "Every citizen
sulect c ,m.t '
edJ" being rcspel.sib
111.1J ui'Bi) speair, write aim print en any
eeeeuings net except-
cspensiblc ler the abuse of
that liberty. " .New, if the editors of the
Intelligencer, in their criticisms upon
the Snyder cases, had abused the liberty
which the constitution guarantees te them,
Judge Patterson had his remedy te hand,
by a prosecution for libel. But that he
should presume te call men te account as
lawyers, for what they have said as editors
or, in ether words, that editors, when they
also assume the profession of attorneys, shall
be held te have divested themselves alto
gether of the right te freely print their
opinions upon matters that occur in court
is a new and dangerous doctrine, and
one which, if admitted, places the judge
above law and constitution, and makes
him the irresponsible minister of his own
arbitrary will. The printed words of the
Lancaster Intelligencer may or may net
be libelous of that, net being acquainted
with all the facts and circupistances, we
are net prepared te express an opinion.
But hew they can be tortured into a con
tempt of court, or "misbehavior in eiliee"
by an attorney when they were used out
side the court and net in connection with
any judicial proceeding then before the
court, passes our comprehension.
i:ssnylng a Had ICele.
Lewi-town Democrat and Sentinel.
The editors of the Intelligence!:, being
also members of the bar practicing in the
court ever which Patterson, unfortunately
for the ends of justice, presides, Iiavinir
criticised some of the tortuous proceedings
he sanctioned, has entered a rule in his
own court upon them, returnable te-morrow,
te show cause why they should nei
be disbarred for contempt of court, be
cause of such editorial animadversions. Is
it any wonder with such illustrations of
judicial distemper the old-time reverence
for the bench is rapidly disappearing '.' The
utter incempetency of Patterson for a seat
upon it could net be made mere apparent
than by this puny attempt te abridge the
legitimate freedom of the press.
It Will Xet " Oive Up tlie Cm" Until the
Cure is JCeuievetl.
Xew Helland Clarien.
The all-absorbing topic among newspa
per readers of this county, at present, is
the pitched battle between Judge Patter
son and the editors of the Lancaster Intel
ligencer. The entire public press of this
and and ether states denounce proceedings
of Judge Patterson as outrageous ; if net
in se many words, they de se in substance.
It is of little interest te us which party
have the law and precedents en their side
in this case, but it is of vital moment te us,
as well as every citizen of this county,
what this constant bickering and " mud
flinging" at our court of justice by cer
tain dailies means.
Is justice prostituted for political gain ?
Or arc these editors giving vent te their
vituperations and denunciations through
the columns of their respective papers
merely te avenge some real or imaginary
wrong received at the hands of the court?
We cannot persuade ourselves te believe
it is the latter, yet if it is the former, can
it be possible that the new daily of Lan
caster which, se assiduously peulticed this
sere en the body court-politic some time
age would abandon the case just as it
was coming te a head? We entertain grave
fears in that direction. The Xew Era
prides itself in stating that it is net. their
funeral. If it is net, then their obsequies
were being conducted when Hay Brown
and Frank Eshleman officiated and
the last words in their death threes were
"Let the band play," and Revs. Brown
and Eshleman granted their request, for
the band did play.
Indeed, the dissatisfaction of the Xew
Era as te the adjustment of their case
crops out repeatedly in the columns of
that paper, which leads us te believe that
they are net fully convinced that the facts,
as they stated them, were net correct. If
se their dereliction of duty as pertains te
modern journalism is without a shadow of
excuse, and instead of sitting idly by
and scaring their conscience with the het
iron of "it's none of our funeral," they
should endeavor te ascertain who these
men are who prostitute the courts of jus
tice for this is the veritable Mike Snyder
case of Xew Era fame expose them, and
have them punished. But when the call is
made for "music by the band ' it should
play the enlivening strains of victory in
stead of defeat.
Provincial journalism dees net have tiie
advantages aeceided te metropolitan
journals and the press of inland cities, but
11 these Lancaster dailies continue making
these scathing accusations about our courts
and make no clferts te fully investigate
the cases when an opportunity presents
itself, the rural pi ess of this county will be
compelled te demand an investigation or
knew the reason why. If our court is a
political machine or an institution of de
bauchery it is high time that steps wprc
taken te purify it. The Xew Era had the
opportunity once te ascertain whether this
Snyder case was a prostitution of justice
but it signally failed. It will new, no
doubt, presunt itself te the Intelligence!:,
aim we wait with some degree 01 auxiety
te see what the result will be. The rule
against the editors of the Intelligence!:
was made returnable en Fiiday of this
week and in consequence the band has
played its first tune bei'010 this paper will
have reached its readers. We de hope
that if the IXTELi.iGEXCEKassumes the role
of physicians te the court, in order te heal
this festering boil, that it will net give up
the case until the core is removed, other
wise it will never be soundly or perfectly
It is with a feeling of shame that we
record the fact that our court, throughout
this section, is but a by-word and re
proach. And why : because the journals
in question periodically denounce it as
such, and the people take up the cry. The
majesty of the law considers a man inno
cent until preven guiltv. AVe have no
right te accept the opinion of several edi
tors as te its debauched condition, espec
ially when they have the chance te in ake
geed their assertions and fail ; and we can
certainly net laud a progressive (:') jour
nal that teaches its readers te direspect
their highest tribunal, when the proof of
their accusations is net forthcoming,
The province of a public journal is te
mould as well as te reflect public opinion,
but inculcating such principles has a ten
dency te evil and only evil. In the course
of a few months we expect te see these
accusations proven or complete silence en
the part of the Lancaster dailies.
An Editors, Xet Lawyers.
The recent action of Judge Patterson, of
Lancaster county, in citing Messrs. Stein
man and Ilensel, of the Lancaster Intelli
gencer, te show cause why their names
should net be stricken from the list of at
torneys for an alleged contempt of court,
meets with universal rebuke. Thesegcntle
man have net offended the court as law
yers, but as editors. Besides beinir
members el the Lancaster bar, they
are the editors of an able and in
fluential newspaper, and it seems ab
surd that a judge of the court should have
power te held them responsible
as attorneys for opinions expressed te the
public in their vocation of journalists. As
the editors of a newspaper they should be
independent of the courts. If they have
libelled Judge Patterson he has his remedy
against them as any one el.-e would have
and they should be held responsible as
ether editors would be, but for a judge te
assume arbitrary authority ever them and
mete out punishment according te his will
is such a stretch of power as cannot be tol
erated under a free government. Se far
as we have seen, the press of the state is
unanimous in condemnation of Judge Pat
terson, and it is te be hejied the editors
will bravely stand by their rights.
ItllY GOODS, JLV.
WE CANNOT ADVERTISE
Reduction of Prices,
As many kinds of goods are going up
in price every week, but we held a large
stock of desirable Dry Goods that are
selling at rates proportionate toce-t
some time age. In the matter of
JIUSI.l.NMic secured and
stored' away an immense
quantity, se that our sales
rooms and reserye stock-
leek like wholesale
are new retailing
at less than future
We ai-e bought freely el
Andean show the geed result- of our
bargaining en inquiry at the Flannel
Weaie also selling
Cheaper than they can be bought at.
The people will have te pay higher for
many kinds of dry goods after tin pres
ent stock are sold out.
GRAND DEP0T-13TH ST.,
1 SPECIAL INVITATION TO ALL.
Te examine my stock of Parler Suits, Cham
ber Suits, Patent Rockers. Easy Chairs. Ratan
Rockers. Hat Racks. Marble Tep Tables. Ex
tension Tables. Sideboards, Hair, Hu-k. Wire
and Common Mattre-ses, Boek Ca-es, Ward
robes, Escriteirs, I'plnl-tcred Cane and Weed
Seat Chairs, Cupboards, Sinks. Deughtrays,
Breakfast Tables, Dining Table-, ,tc., always
en hand, at prices that are acknowledged te be
as cheap its the cheapest.
UPHOLSTERIXG IX ALL ITS BRAXCHES.
REPAIRIXC PROMPTLY AXD
Picture Frames en hand and made te order
Regilding done at Reasonable Rates at the
New Picture Frame and Furniture Stere,
15JJ EAST KING STREET,
(Over Bursk's Grocery and Sprecher's Slate
WALTER A. HEINITSH,
(Schindlcr's Old Stand),
CUIXA AXD GLASSll'AJtE.
ODD and DAMAGED WARE sold at a
Ware Sold Under Price te Save Moving.
New is your time for BARGAINS.
HIGH & MARTIN'S,
Ne. 8 East King Street.
Price Twe Cents.
Is an absolute ami irnutl-EKS
me cure ler
Intemperance and the use of Opt-HOP
um. Tobacco, Xarcetics and Stimii- BIT
hints, removing all tiL-te,desireand EUS
habit of 11-iiig any of them, render
ing the ta-te or desire foranyefHOP
them perfectly odious and di-gust- BIT
ing. (living everyone perfect and ERS
iiresi-iiuit-cuuirei ei tin; sobriety
HOP of themselves or theirfriends. nep
BIT It prevent thatnlxeliitv physical BIT
ERS and moral prostration that fellows ERS
iiicsiiuiicii oreaKingeu lrem using
stimulants or narcotics. HOP
Package, prepaid, te cure 1 te 5 BIT
lierxens, ,i or at veur druggist's, ERS
f l.7." per bett le. Temperance socie
ties should recommend it. It is HOP
perfectly harmie and never-tail- BIT
ing. Hep Hitters Manfaetiiring Ce., ERS
Rochester, X. Y.. s-ole Agents.
Hep Cough Cure destroys all HOP
pain, loe-en-the cough, quiets the BIT
nerves, produce- rest, and never ERS
l.uls te cum.
The Hep Pad for Stomach. Liver HOP
and Kidneys, is superior te all KIT
ethers. Cuius by absorption. It is ERS
perfect ask druggi-ts.
The Hep Bitters Mfg. Ce., of Re- HOP
che-ter, X. Y., only prepare these BIT
lemedies, also the Hep Bitter.-, ERS
which are in uesensea bevei-.igeer
intoxicant, but the Pure-t mid Rest HOP
Medicine ever made, making mere BIT
cures than all ether remedies. ERS
FOR SALE BY ALL DRl'lU.'lSTS.
K-W K-W K-W K-W K-W
K-W KIDNEY DISEASES,
Dr. R. II. Clark. Seuth Here. Vt..
K-W says, "In ea-es of Kidney Troubles, k.v
it has acted like a charm. It has
K-W" cured many verv bad cases, or Piles, i;.
and has never failed te act ellicient-K-W
Xel-en Fairchild. of St. Albans,
K-W Vt., says, "It is of priceless value, jj.y
After sixteen years of great snll'er-K-W
'S rrem Piles and Costiveness it k.-
completely cured me."
jv-v i. . iioganeii, 01 Berkshire, says,
"One package lias done wonders for
K-W " i" completely curing a severe K-W
Liver and Kidney Complaint."
WONDERFUL WHY .'
jv-w crrnTvrriiTnwTi'TTT. vv n 1 1 i.-.w
K-W Because it acts en the Liver, the k.,,-
Iteuels and Kidneys at the same
K-W time. K ....
Because it cleanses the system of
K-W the poisonous humors that develop kv"
in Kidney and Urinary Diseases, BI1-K-W
ieusiu-ss. Jaundice, Constipation, ir iy-
Piles. or in Rheumatism, Xcuralgia
K-W ul Female Disorders. .- i-
KIDXEY WORT is a dry vege- "
K-w table compound and can be sent by k.W
mail prepaid. "
K-W One paekage will make six quart k-
K-W Try it new. Buy it at the Drug- k-w-
gist's. Price $L. V
WELLS, EIUIARDSOX& CO., """
K-W . Proprietors, jy
S Burlington, Vt.
K-W" K-W K-W K-W K-W K-W K-W
'ALL I'AI'EllS, &r.
l"i: HAVE I.1LVSKO Till; I.AKGI-: AX1
TT COMMODIOUS STORE ROOi',
Ne. 57 NORTH QUEEN ST.,
Just three doers below us,
eupy en or before the
which we will ec-
FIKST OF FUBHUAIiV.
It is new in course et alteration and si
as practicable we will move our stock.
Have advanced in price like every ether class
of goods. Anticipating a ri-e, we placed orders
ler all our goods early in the rail, and are pre
pared te sell at old prices.
We have ends anil odd lets of Paper, which
will be sold at half value in order te close out eut out
belere removal. J
PHARES W. FRY,
C3 North Oiieen Street.
Te Totecco Buyers !
Opened this day
ONE BALE OF
Next Doer te tlie Court Ileinte.
LADIES' WORK BOXES,
E. J. ERISMAN'S,
50 XOKTII (JUEKX STKEKT.
Safest, Easiest and Best,
FOB. SALE BY
ANDREW a. FRET'S
City Pliarmacy, Southeast Cor. Xerth Queen
Orange Sts.. Lancaster. ap!9-lyiL
OCHEK'S COUGH SVKUP.