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LANCASTER, PA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30, 1880
Price Twe Ccut.
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24 CENTRE SQUARE.
H'e have fei sale for the coming seasons un
Immense Stock of
of our own maiiiilacturc, which cempiiscs the
Latest and Most
Come and Bee our
which is larger and composed et the best stjles
te he leuiid in the city.
H. fi. Hostetter & Sen,
24 CENTRE SQUARE.
MC-Ud LANCASTER. PA
MONDAY, APRIL 5.
IIaiug i ii 1 ictuiiicd liem the X-w Yeik
Weel i n Maikct, I am new picp.ucii te exhibit
eiii'iil the Rest Selected ""loeLsel
imi at Summer H,
Eci hi ought te this city. Nene but the veiy
in all the Leading lcs. Piiees as low a- the
low cl,. md all goods warranted as lcprescnt--d,at
Ne. 51 North Queen Street.
J. K. SMALING'
THE ARTIST TAILOR.
Opening te-d.iy of a large and select line et
Trepicals, Serges and Rep Worsteds,
RAXNOCKltURN CELTIC CHEVIOT'S.
.VXD BATISTE CLOTHS.
sEEIC-CCKEIlS VAl,i:XCIAS, PAROLE
AMI MOHAIR COATINGS.
Linens ii. Ui-e.il Vaucty. WilteidN Padded
Ducks in l'l.iin and Fancy Styles. A Laigc
Asseitmcnt of Fancy
All the latest no cities of the season. The
public uie ceidi.illv invited te examine our
stock, which we claim te be the handsomest
and most lcchcichc cer etlcicd lei the het
T. K. SMALING,
121 NORTH OUEEN STREET.
WSM OF ALL KINDS
My ui rrngements arc new completed te de
Rcg'ildiug in nrst-clas manner and at icason icasen
ablc pi lees.
THE NEW PICTURE FRAME STORE,
15 Kast King Street.
WALTER A. HEINITSH.
. TTORNEY8-A T-ZA ir
lli:XKV A. IUL.KY
Attorney and Connseller-at-Law'
21 Park Rew. New Yerk.
Collections made in all parte of the United
Stites, and a general legal business transacted.
It-fpi-s by permission te Steinrann A Hensel.
1'RY LOCHER'S KlsNunNED COUGH
We de net want you te get the impression that great reduc
tions are being made in the prices of goods elsewhere and net here.
We are, as usual, below the market, and intend te stay there.
The following list embraces enough of our stock te give some
clue te the rest of them. We quote articles new in great favor as
low-priced goods ; but in general they are net reduced. We have
been there all the time.
Stupes, modest, medium and bold.
J.tsiie checks and stimes
uuecks en solid gieunil !i.
(Jienestiipcs, shaded ."
'Millc Uae." extra quality 75
Best impmtcd, 2U inches, gie.it vaiiety 1 00
(5res grain pcr-an and tanVtas $0
Fine or he.ny ceid gies giain anl peisan. M
six makes, teieign and American, jet or
l.iven black, hearvaud light 100
Cacliemiie llui-li. 21 inches, Helten, Alex
andre and American 1 ii
C.iehemiie linisli, 'stipci" quality, 21
Infill, leieign 1 50
Kid linisli, Uigli liistic,ciclieinite,2l inches 1 7"
Bennet,'.!! inches 2 00
Geed quality, all colors $0 "
l.jeiis, extra lustie, lie.ixy coin. 2U inenes. l no
Rest, tei walking -lilts, 22 iuclies
Kich and eleg.mt linisli, 11 inches
litllli.iut and uch
ltl.tek, )elka dots, etc
Coleied, new designs
(IAUE AND GRENAD1XE STRIPES.
A huge iu intity just bought te clear an im im
peitei's stock, lecently held by us at $2.50, w e
aie newsellrngat $1 00
SILKS aie in nexleuter cncle east lieni the
Chestnut stiect entrance.
Mexican, silk ami wool 50, 0"), 75,85
Silk and wool stuped... 75, $1, $1 25, $1 50, $1 75
Ljens il.iinasscs (5. 75, 85, $1 00
Pans, silk and wool $1, $1 25, $1 50
Lvens, all -ilk dum.Lsses $1 a7,$l 50, $1 75,
.!, il 40, $.!.
Ainei iean, , $0 20, .25 Ml ..57.
A met lean, li-i, $0 50, ,t5 .75.
Fiencli, 2t inches, $0 Jl ..i7.
Fieneli, :; iuclies, $0 44 .5) Miy .75
Fi ench, 4li inches, $0 8.1, $1, $1 fe.
We Iiaic nearly everything te be found in the
m uketset the weild.
21 inches, $0 :r,y, .50 .00.
41 inches, $1,$1 25.
Lupin's Pans, original color, and we bcliee
almost the last in Philadelphia:
24 iuclies $0 5"
inches 1 10
XUX'sj VKILIXG (lerdiesses).
1 ! inches 75, $1 00
I.-4 $150, fl 7.
HLACK GOODS are in the next eutei cuelc
west lieui the Chestnut stiect entrance.
But one thing -we ought te remind you ef: We may appear te be at
a disadvantage "when we are net, because of certain tactics sometimes
employed, which we de net care te use, viz., the pretending te make re
ductions when none are made. "We use reductions te clear stocks. That
is perfectly honorable, and it is necessary in a large business. The losses
thereby incurred, though sometimes considerable, are trifling in compari
son with the benefit te remaining stocks.
New then, anyone who will take measures te find out where the
lowest prices are, compare sample with sample, price with price, will find
we are net a whit behind ANYBOD'X', net even in a single item, se far as
we knew ; and that we are below EVERYBODY en almost everything.
Samples sent when written for.
I'licsiiuit, Tliirteeutii, Market and Juniper,
GREAT CLEARING SALE
STJMMEE DEESS GOODS
NEW YORK STORE.
All the New Shades in Twilled Caslimeie3l2ca j-.ud; regular pi ice 15c.
All Weel Heiges 45c u .ud.
All Weel Mount' Cleths 25c a yaid ; sold everywhere at 7LjC Special Ha i gains in
Watt, Shand & Company,
S AND 10 EAST KING STREET.
EDW. J. ZAHM, Jeweler,
AMERICAN & FOREIGN WATCHES,
Sterling Silver and Silver-Plsited Ware,
Clods, Jewelry mil Mel Mi Spectacles.
We offer our patrons the benefit of our long experience in business, by which we are able
t aitl them in making the best use el their money in any department of our business. We
manufactuie a large part of the goods we sell, and buy only lrem First-Class Houses. Every
article sold accompanied with a bill stating its quality.
ftBFirst-Class Watch and General Repairing given special attention.
Secrsuckeis, blue, blown and j
stiincs. best iiatterns
Seei-siickers, l.incy coleied stripes ..,
Secrsuckeis. "Yeik, 4ull assei tment
stripes aim coieis
Zephyr Ginghams, choice, net te be
leuiid elsewheieut anv price
Zephyr Ginghams, plaid anil stupes
Zephyr Ginghams, bandana
llaudkeicliief Ginghams and plain col
ors te match
Tamise cloth, ecru, cashmere border.....
Chintz, polkadet, indigo, ter suits
lyocnece uumiiiics, cneice
Pacillc Cietennes. great variety. ..$0 10, 12, 15
Jacenet Lawns, Fiere Keiehlin 20
Pacific Law ns, great vaiicty $0 10, 12. 15
('aiubncstiiiied 1 iwns OS
Jacenet law ns. last eoleis 05
Lace law lis, white, tinted and solid col cel col
oied gieunds Viy,
Momiecleths, punted : 1J2
COTTOX AXD WOOL.
Lace Huntings, all colors and black
Mehairs, sil k-checked
Mehairs, English, clouded
Cashincics, coachmen's colors
Suitings, English, lancy
La:e Huntings, colors and black. .'!73-., 50,
Plain buntings of a new style, distinct
lieni the old and decidedly better than
any ether, all coieis.
24 inches. ............25
ill inches, (lo'u'bietelilV.. ... .40,'5("),' GO.
Debe'ges, Fieneh, eashmcie-twillcd, 22
Debciges, Flench, tall eta:
."12 inches, double ield
42 inches, double fold 45,
Cashmeres, French :
Sheda cloth, Ficnch, 40 inches
Meuue cloth. Fiench $1
Crape cloth, French 1
SIX SPECIMEX PRICKS.
These aie fair samples et the b.ugaliiswe
have been gi ing for weeks in Linens :
Huck Tewel, laigeand hea v $0 25
I nek Tewel, Gei man, knotted fiingc. 25
Glass Toweling, peryaid liy.
Get man bleached Table Linen 75
German Napkins, Jiper deen 2 25
Star Linen, 20 inches, per j.ud iy
WEDNESDAY EVEN'G, JUNE 30, 1880.
OUR GERMAN LETTER.
FROM A COKRKSFUXDEXT TRAVELING
An Old row ii Jena and Its Famous Uni-
erhit) A Community That lias l!e-
come Sunk In the "Miserable
Mire of Rationalism "
Sights and Sounds
of Curious In.
'THE WHITE LADY."
The Spectre That Haunts Hie ilulienzellern
Dj nasty Historical luedeuM of Orla-
niiiiule Rudeltadt and its
Letters Frem Tliurlngia.
Coriespemluticu et the ITtLLtGEXCEit.
JnxA, June, 1830.
Thib old-fashioned town of 9,000 inhabi
tants is situated at the confluence of the
Saale and Leutra, chiefly celebrated for its
univeiMty which was founded by Jehn
Fieduiick the Gcuuieus. It attained its
greatest repute in the latter pait of the
last and the begining of the piesent cen
tury. The town itself is net picturesque
as many of the old Saxen towns are. In
deed it may be called unattiactive and
weie it net for its histeiical associations and
pictuie.squesuneundiugs, a visit te this
the old capital of Saxc-Jen.i would net be.
included in a tour tlueugh Thuringia. The
university buildings aie very plain and un un
picteutieus, and in size de net cempaie
with many of our normal schools. Gam
bling through the cioekcd gasses (nanew
sheets), one sees en all sides the n.unes
of distinguished and undistinguished men ;
some whose names are world-wide as te
celebiity, whilst ethers have lived and died
great alone in Jena and their own ratiei. il-
istie conceits. The names of all aie af
fixed te shields or tablets, and ate placed
above the doei.s, or between the windows
of the houses in which the celebrities lived
Often one house is blessed with as many
as twelve or fifteen such shields, se patched
is its face. Tiue this gives the town an in
dividual appearance, in which it resembles
Halle. The names of Xevalis and Eichhein
aie seen near the univeisity, whilst tablets
te the memory of Arndt, Fichte, Schiller,
aie in the most legimental way affixed te
houses in the Leutia Gasse. :t etoeked
stieet near the river. The Schloss and
Jener Gasse also claim the latter ; as Jena
is se small, one wonders that the tow n
would net be content te knew th.it Schiller
had se long dwelt in it, aspiofesser in the
univeisity. The Schloss in which Goethe
dwelt for a time, and in which he composed
" Ileiman and Doiethca," is new occupied
by the military, a pait being devoted te the
univeisity collections. One entering its
uijly peital and walking through its court
yaid leeks up at the window expecting te
see Goethe. The house in which he gen
erally dwelt is situated near the castle.
Beyond is the Stadt-Church, pointed
Gothic in style, but much dtsiiguicd by a
mansaid reef. Its side portal is very in
teiesting, forming a projecting story, the
stone arches of which aie of wonderful in
genuity. Hcic and there en the side walls
a Madenna, or the lcmnant of a statue
ai e .seen. Near the tower deer is a stone
crucifixion sculpture, the legs of the S.i
ieur being bieken off at the knees. It
seemed se monstrously wicked te leave it
thus. Within, the church has a fiee, open
air, and evidently rcpicscnts as te several
features, the change which ultra Luthcran
ism is undei going in this one of its great
est strongholds iu the rationalistic period.
On the altar is a metal cress, without the
figure of the Crucified ; this is the only ex
ample of such a change I have seen
in my travels in Thuringia. The crucifix
is seen en every altar in every church,
whether in village, town, or city. In the
choir of the church is a mural sculpture of
Luther, which was eiiginally intended for
his tomb in the Wittcnburg Schloss
church, but which was placed lere in 1572.
Under the church is a crypt containing the
saicephagi of several of the ducal family.
Near the church, iu a nairew, cioeked
stiect, is a very curiously constructed
house, which is made te exclaim many
things in the Latin tongue. Between the
fiist and second story is the inscription in
large letters, "Gleria in Excelsis Dee,"
whilst several ethors refer te the study of
geology as related te revelation. In this
latter pai ticular there has been a marked
retrogression in the rationalistic cxticmes
into which the univeisity fell in the last
century. The market-place contains a
statue of the founder of the university,
Fiedcrick the Generous, who partly im
poverished himself te establish it. The
houses of Jena are ugly and unattiactive,
in which it resembles its sister city, "Wit
tenburg. Iu the southern part of the town
is the spot en which Schiller composed his
"Wallenstcin" in 1798, marked by a monu
ment te his memory. The surroundings
of Jena are picturesque te a singular degree.
The hills become little rugged mountains
which here and there are capped with tow
ers. The Louisenhehe and Kuritzburg arc
fine points of view, whilst the Lichtcn
stcin is a favorite resort of the students ;
but none of these equal the Dernburg, 1
miles distant. The washings which the
waters of time have effected in this Saale
valley present te the eye the peculiar
stratification of the rocks, which is both
interesting and marked. At the bottom
of the valley, by the banks of the Saale,
encsecs sand, then gypsum above which
is red clay, aud en the peaks of the hills,
limestone. This latter is very brittle and
is very rapidly disintegrating, exposing te
view great quantities of the petrified re
mains of fishes, snakes often running
like a stony matted mass. One cannot but
feel that there is a singular relation be
tween the rugged character of nature
around Jena and the tide of rationalistic
philosophy and theology, which has rolled
ever it and, spreading thence, has scat
tered the seeds throughout all Thuringia.
The meie noted professors are Lipsius in
theology aud Hasa in church history.
These aie net considered se extreme as
the ethers and new seem te manifest a
better tendency. The former is consider
ed tee logical a thinker te be a bald ration
alist, whilst the latter is tee aesthetic re
ligiously te be carried along in its vertex.
The name Lipsius has been identified with
Jena and the university for many centu
ries en one house I read : "Lipsius, 1572
te 1574. The present number of students
is live te six hundred. "Walking through
the stiects one sees them in groups some
aie disfigured with horrible countenances,
the lesult of sabie duels. Near the old
Rath-IIaus is the Univeisity jail, in which
refracteiy students were aforetime held
until the autheiities saw fit te release
them. The old walls of the town, of
which two only lcmain, arc the
most picturesque objects in Jena. Here
and there a bush was blooming, giving the
old towers a fiesher tone. In fient of the
university is a narrow park, in which are
busts of Fries, Oken and ether distin
guished members and students of the uni
versity. One hoped as he walked for the
List time aieund the latter that the miser
able mire into which latienalism has
brought it and Thuringia will be suc
ceeded by a full tide of evangelic life and
Orlamunde and Rudolstadt
Following the Chaunee which leads
fiem Jena te Rudolstadt, one passes
tlueugh the old Altcnburgish town of
Ivahla, ever which rises the Leuchtenburg,
a castle erected as a protection against the
Wenden-Serbs. Nevel scenes arc seen and
strange sounds are heaid as one approaches
Orlamunde. A long pioeessien of frauen
in stiaggling companies are passed. On
their backs aie the great cerbins (baskets)
which held a geed bushel. At first one
thought that the sounds weie but the sup
pressed ejaculations of the frauen. Again
a second company passes, fiem the
oeibins of which project! sounds
tlidt aie unmistakably the dcli-
catissime of the piglein. My euiiesity
being aroused as te the expediency of such
kind treatment te the siiuc held, I ven
tured te ask what it meant. An answer
was given that they weie returning from
the year maikt at Oilanunde, and were
beating home piglcins te fatten for the
winter supply of sausage and pudding. Se
stiangedid it seem that the pigs were
caiiictl iu baskets en the backs of the
women. Nestled in their soft bed of straw,
they were receiving their last attention and
their last l ide. Again and again pass the
women w ith their stock of pigs, the latter
squeaking, the feimcr chatting. New and
then we passed a man with a hog which
would have proved unmanagable in the
ceibin of the fiauen. Te the hind feet of
this was tied a lope, which bridled the hog.
The latter w euld fellow a zigzag course,
and I trust reached its new home before
evening. Seme of the richer farmers had
wagons in which family and animals were
domiciled comfeitably. Cows with their
owners are new seen in great numbers
the one is thinking of the fine spring grass,
the ether of the profit which willaiise
therefrem se both aie contented. Seeing
these stiange sights one realized the tiuth
of the old story of the misery which would
befall a peasant family when its cow, horse
or pig dies. The first two are a great
wealth, while the latter is absolutely nec
essary te the family's maintaiuancc. Thus
at length Orlamunde is reached and the
maikct-placc in which these wonderful
sales and purchases have been made is
seen. Its glory is en the wane as the
peasants have returned te their Derf-homes
A visit te the church and castle therefore
claimed my time in Orlamunde. Here in
the middle of the 15th century lived the
counts of Oilamuiide. One of this family,
the noted "White Lady," also residing
here. This is the noted spectre which
haunts the Hohcnzellcrn dynasty, and
which is said te visit te royal palace in
Bcilin before the death of one of its mem
beis. This spectre has a leal history
when living, whether actual or net when
dead. Being very anxious te become the
wife et a Maigraf of Baireuth, she
murdered both of her children. Later
in her life when she had repented of se
great a sin. she founded a Cleister in Orla
munde, as her penance. In the Pfarrci
(parsonage) in which I enjoyed a lunch
from the Frau Pasterin, has this countess
of Oilamunde acted her ieIc, it having
formed pait of the old cloister. Nothing
remains of the old castle but a square
tower, the view fiem which of the Saale
valley is very expensive. Orlamunde has
still another historical incident, which is
connected with Luther and Cailstadt.
Here lived for a time Cailstadt, the early
enemy of Luther, as pastor. Luther hav
ing been successful in repressing the
iconoclasm at Wittcnburg, came en a
similar mission te Oilamunde. ' Here the
people under the guidance of Carlstadt
had banished from their churches the
statues and pictures which its formerly
Reman Catholic worshipers had
collected and considered nccessaiy.
Very positive were the Orlamun
ders in their aversion te the
eutwaid in weiship. This therefore neces
sitated a very cold reception te Luther,
who was driven from the town by the
frauen, who, with a shower of stones,
showed their appreciation of his services.
Se exasperated was Luther that he utter
ed an exclamation and made an impreca
tion upon their religie-warlike Damen.
This much is true, but in the Velks tradi
tion this fellows : The women of Orla
munde have large geitres in their threats,
which is ascribed te the imprecation that
Luther made, viz : " the stone which they
in malice threw at him would return again
te them and ledge in their threats, thus
ever recalling their fanaticism." Be that
as it may, the Orlamnnders are staunch
Lutherans at the present time, and are net
se averse te pictures as formerly, as the
portraits of some suprintendents and
pastors are te be seen en the walls of their
church. Mere probable it is that the
heavy leads which the frauen must bear
fiem the Saale te the height en which Or
lamunde is situated has brought about
these geitres, as the waters requisite for
home use must be brought fiem the val
ley below. The geitres are almost animal
in appearance and size, se hideously
large are some of their necks. Orlamun
de is a place or contrasts. Nothing of its
cloistral life new remains. The walls of
the Pfarrei tell of its frauen clesiter, whilst
a wall with uuseited columns at the ether
end of the town speak of the monks who
aforetime had a convent here. Such is
Orlamunde, the pastor of which was Carl
stadt, aud the inhabitants of which were
the enemies of Luther.
Situated picturesquely in one of the mere
beautiful Thuiingianvallevsis Rudolstadt,
the capital of Scliwaitzbtug-Rudelstadt,
the residence of its pi ince. The counts of
Schwaitzburg were among the fiist te em
brace the Reformation, Luther having
attended one of its members when en his
death bed. A very cuiieus association
cennccts.the name of Luther with Rudol
stadt. At an eailier day than that referred
te w hen he steed by the death bed of one of
its old counts, Luther came te Rudolstadt.
After having left unfiiendly Orlamunde he
probably visited it en his Refoimatien vis
itations. It happened te be the day of the
Year Markt when he drew near its gates.
A copious shower of rain had drenched
him, se that when the uutiiendly Rudol Rudel
stadtcrs it fused te admit him te their city,
injury was added te insult. As a maledic
tion (in the velks tradition) he said that he
hoped in the future at each annual mar
ket the lains would descend. Such has
been the history that the Year Markt is
usually blessed with a rain. The Refor
mation was fully embraced iu 1535, when
the aversion of the inhabitants w as chang
ed te f iciulship. This whole region was
no doubt visited by Luther, who at the
special request of the electeis visited, the
different p.uts of their dominions.
Gleugu Muklk Zachaicias.
Fer Tiimmingantl Diess, tiU cents anil up, at
Xext Doer te the C'euit Heuse.
(0 Cent-, at
SIDIMEll DKESS GOODS
Oteciy description, at
Quantities of LADi::' SKIKTb, White and
Coleied, ."(Oec'iit.s and up, at
Next Doer te the Court Heuse.
We have new open our Importations of New
Silk fiem Lens, including
Brocaded Satin Dc Lyens,
Solid Celer Satin De Lyens,
Black Satin Be Lyens,
Luisine in New Colorings and Styles,
In Colens te match thi Xew Hress Goods
In Dress Goods, a Great Variety of
New Textures, such as
IN THE XEW SHAOES.
Beautiful Silk and Weel Fancies
te Match Plain Cleths, Plain
Canten Crapes in all Celers,
and a number of Xew Things Impossible te
w e wish te emphasize. Se tar, the advance en
our goods amounts te nothing, and a strict in
spection of our stock will nheiv that at all
times we are as low in prices as any. mid eltcn
lower. A cIem; examination of our goods Is
Hemer, CellaAay & Ce.,
1412 and 1414 Chestnut Street,
TAMES 11KOWX, DEALER IX STOCKS
and Bends, 64 and CO Broadway, Xew Yerk.
Operations en margin antl by means of privi
leges. Information furnished en all matters
connected with stock speculation ami invest
DIt. S. 11. FOKEMAN,
(PHYSICIAX AND SURGEON),
Removed lrem Ne. 18 Seuth Prince street te
Ne. 211 West Kinst street, Lancaster, Pa.
Miracles of Healing Unparalleled
iu Medical History.
"t have been alllicted for twenty ears with
an obstinate skin dicat ealh it by miii.c M.
I. pM)rin-is and ethers, Icpro-v.eoniiueiiclng
en my. scalp. ami iu spite of all I could de,
with the help et the most skilful doctors, it
slowly but surely extended, until u jear age
tins winter it levcicd my entire pcrseiv in
form of dry scale-. Fur the last three iur I
h ive been unable todeam labor, and fuller
ing intensely all the time. hciy meiniiig
there could be nearly u dustpaiitul of scales
taken lrem the hcet of my lied, some et them
halt as large as the envelepi containing this
letter. In the latter pait et winter iiiyvkin
commenced crackiugepcu. I ti ied e t r tiling,
almost, that could be thought el, without anv
iclief. 'J he lJtli et .Mine 1 stinted West i'u
hopes I could leach the Het prings. I reached
Detroit ami was e low I thought I should
have te go te the he-pital, but liimlh get as
tar as Landing, Mich., w here 1 had a sfsicr liv
ing. One Dr. tnatetl meabeut two weeks,
but did me no geed. All thought 1 had but a
short time lle. I earnestly pnijetl te tile.
Cracked tlueugh the skin ail eer my hack,
acre-smy ribs, aims, hands, limbs, feet badly
swollen, tee nails came eH,tlngerii.iilsili'iiilund
hard its hone, hair dea !. dry and lilele-s asel
straw. O, mv Hed ! hew I did stiller.
'My si,ter. Mi. K. II. DavK 'had a small
pirtotahex et Culieui-a in the house. Mic
wouldn't give up; said, V'ewill try Cuticuni.'
eme was applied en one hand ami arm.
Eureka! there was lelict; stepcdthc U rrilile
binning enatien tieui I lie went go. '1 hey
immediately fet the Citicuha Kkeia est. i i'
tici'icauiiiI Cuii'intA .seir.'l commenced bj
taking one luolcspeoulul el i:cselcni luree
times a day, alter meals: hail a bath eucv a
day, water about bleed licit: used Cuticura
.soap treely; applied Cuticma morning anil
eening. Uesult. relumed te my home iu jiisl
si weeks tieui lime 1 It It, ami my skin as
smooth as this sheet of paper.
"IlIU.vM E. CARPENTER,
" Ilenilervtn, Jrjjeritm County, .V. 1".
".sweni te lieteiemc this uiiu ttcuth day of
Jauuai, lfvsu. -'A. M. I.hhm.wlu,
Justice uj the Pence.
We hcieby ceililj that we uie acitu.iii'ted
with the afeicsaid llir.ini E. Caipeutcr ami
knew his condition ie li.ive been as slated. We
believe his stateinen te be tiue in eeiy par
ticular. I.. II. Simmons A, s.en.Merch'ts,llciidci son,. .Y.
(. A. Thompson, Meichaut,
Millaid E. Joiner,
Jehn Carpenter, '
A. M. l.eliingwell.
Attorney .mil Couiiseller-at-I.aw,
Cinctm RKMKi)iisaie prep lie I by IVIIIIKs
A. POTTER, Chemists and Dinggists.rjai Wash Wash
liigten slrt 1 1, Hosten, ami aie ler s.ile li nil
Diuggists. Price et CtruuiiA, a Medical Ji M.
small boxes, .10 cents; l.uge hecs. -fl. d n
cuuv Ri-j-ela k.nt, a X: llloed t'liiilici. $1 per
bottle. Clticuua Mi mcinal Teii.kt mmp, i'
cents. Cirncnitv Mlihiinal miammi mai l"
cents: in baib ler llaibcisand l.uget iisteiuci,
A Foel and a Modicum.
The Purest, Safest and Most Powerful IC--steratlve
In Medicine ter I'eelile and
Exhausted Constitutions, .cru
mid (jcneral Debility, Con
sumption and Wast
HALL I'AVEUS. Ac.
Wi: MAKE AM. K11S Ol'
and put them up iu such a m inner th it you
net ( net iemee w hen ou wish te cle-c the
window. A decidi d ailantigi' ever the old
way, and aSciccn will we.irlengt rami is much
mere easily h inilled.
Wire Screen Deers
made el ceiy tlcsciiptlen. Hum-. i nick stecic
of Plain and" Landscape Wirt". Mild by the
feet iu any ijii.iiituy.
Seme Odd Lets el
at li.il gains te closc"eut.
PHARES W. FRY,
Ne. 57 NORTH QUEEN ST.
rttvxMtmts .i.vy biavmxists.
J BOILER MANUFACTORY,
SHOP ON PLUM STREET,
OrrOBlTKIHB I.O'OMOTIVK WellKf.
The subscriber continues te miinul utiiie
BOILERS AND 3TK.VM ENGINES.
Fer Tanning ami ether purxss
Fill nace Twicis,
Sheet-lien Werk, and
Rlacksmit hi ug generally.
Jobbing promptly attended te.
auglS-lyd flOil.V P.EST.
Campaign Torches for Pantiles, hurniii" ::
hours. iiemen's Teiches, colon ti tire.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Orders rccelvetl for all Sizes Bunting Flags.
Se. 17 EAST K1XV bTKEET.
Tj'IFTEEN DOM.AKS BUYS A
With Enameled Water Tank, at
SUERTZER, HUMPH R EVIL LEA .
Ne. 40 East Kin Street. LanemMter. P-
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