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LANCASTERPA., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1880
Price Tw Cmts.
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24 CENTRE SQUARE.
We have lei sale for the coming seasons nn
Immense Stock et
! our own manufacture, which comprises the
'.attest and Most
Come anil gee our
xlilcli is larger and composed et the best styles
te he tomtit in the cilj .
D. B. istetter & Sen,
24 CENTRE SQUARE.
MONDAY, APRIL 5.
Having (usit returned Irem the New Yerk
JVoeleu Alarket, 1 am new prepared te exhibit
jne of I he Ileal Selected Slecks el
Sk anil Hummer Trade,
!! brought te this city.
Nene but the very
all the leading Styles. Trices an low as the
ewest, and all goods warranteil :is represent
,ut H. GERHART'S,
Ne. 51 North Queen Street.
THE ARTIST TAILOR.
Closing out our stock of
cext te make room fop
Light Wejglits ut
Fall and Winter Stock.
A Uirgu Line of
SERGES AND REPS,
ItANNOCKIIUUXS AN1 CKI.TIOS,
AXI 15AT1STE SUITINCS.
SEBUSUCKKIU, VAI.ENCIAS, I'AUOI.I':
ANI MOIIAlIt COATINGS.
A Splendid Assortment or Wiirerd's l'add
Ducks in rialnuud Fancy Styles. A Full l.i
Marseilles and M Mwj
All the latest novelties. An examination of
our sleck is respectfully solicited.
T. K. SMALING,
121 NORTH QUEEN STREET.
"CUrtJIT JAILS ! FRUIT JAKS I
MASON FRUIT JARS,
D. S. J3U11SK'S,
17 East Kins: Street, Lancaster.
plain, glazed and eunamentku
FLOWEtt POTS, AT
"DEACHESl 1'K ACHES t
Daily receiving suitable for canning and
TTTnOI.ICSAT.K AMD BKTAIL.
Ne. 227 NORTH PRINCE STREET.
BARGAINS IN CALICOES
NEW YORK STORE.
5,0110 m m dak ciiicei it 5 m. a yabu.
lust opened :m elegant assortment of choice styles in Calicee, Cretonnes, ami Chintzes.
Standard Makes of r.lcachcd and Unbleached Muslim Treiii 10 te '3) per ecu t. below June
priei-x. INDIA I.IXE.'. VICTOIMA I.AW.NS, WII1TU 1'KjUKS AXI C'AMI'.lilCS AT IM IT
att, Snand & Company,
S AND 10 EAST KING STREET.
HAGER & BROTHER,
NO. 23 W. KIN STKEKT. LAN0A8TEK,
Are HTt'IvingXew (iefuN in all Dcpn li:icnls.
OUR STOCK OF
Fer the Fall Season will ceiiip: i-i-mine
ceiupti'li' tliau ever bcieic.
PJ-OPEEED POE BTTSIIESS.
We are glad te announce te our li icmls thai wc haw rempleled tin allcralien in our main
torereom ami new eiler a very lull and complete Meck ler their inspection, including
Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Spectacles, American and Pine French Clocks, &c.
Aiming tlH'ililleivnt urikc-;er Watches we c.irrv wc call especial attention te
THE LANCASTER WATCH
atone of the lust in theiunikrt.
T OiirSpec,icle Department includes thp
Arundel Tinted Lenses,
which nirerd innii comierl te I he eyes than any ethers. Special atlentimi given te fitting glas-t-e.t
te weak and delect ive eye-;.
Our f.ieiliiies ler business in our SAI.KS. MANUFACTUIilNt! and KKI'AIKINC depart
nientiareiiiucli belter than tiiey riv, ami we leel reasonably sure of meeting the wauls el
these who lavnrus with their trade. We extend a cordial invit.ltieu te all tecall, assuring them
polite attention, lainlealhigaml low piiccs-.
THTiTXT T 'ZA'CnVr T-vmvx1 n-n
Zali id's Conier, Lancsisit-r, Pa.
GLOSM Oil! OF SPRffiG 11 SUMMER STOCK.
In enler le cln;;c out. enr slecl: of Spring and Sutniucr Goods te make room for a
heavy Fall Trade, we are eflerin great iiulureinenfs in Men's, Youths' and Children'.".
In our Custom Department we have a large let of Piece Goods, whieii must be
closed out before September 1, regardless or profit.
Iu e;ir Heady-made Depart inert we have an unusually tine steek of Summer
Clothing, Sill of which can he purchased at very lowest, bottom lignres.
Gentlemen, our facilities are net. equaled iu the city. It will cost )ou nothing
te examine our stock.
MYERS & RATHFON,
Xe. 12 KAST.KIKti KTRKKT, LANCASTER, PRNN'A.
At:iAiNs fei: i:vi:kvi:edv.
HARE CHANCE IN CAUPETK,
Positive s:iJe le Ceduee Sleck el
AT AND ItKLOW COST.
Call and satisly yourself. Alse, Ingiain, Uag
and Chain CariicLs in alimisl endless variety, at
H. S. SHIRK'S
203 WEST KING STREET,
KOIiUS, ill.ASKETS, SC.
J ION OF TIIK ltUFKAl.O lllCAO.
BLANKETS ! IIL.VNKETS
1 have new en hand the Lar.-;k.ht, IIi'.st am
(,'hkavcst Assortment of Lined and Diilimd
ItUFFALO ItOliKS in the city. A Ne LAP
AND HOUSE HLANKKTS el every d rip-
tien. A lull line of
Trunks and Satchels,
Harness, Whips, Cellars, &c.
AS-llcpalring neatly and piemplly l(inc.S
A. MI LEY,
lOH North QaevH St., Ijanrnsttr.
ATTOJtNJSrS- AT-M.A If
UENUV A. 1ULKY
Attorney and Counseller-al- Uiw
5!1 Park Hew, New Yerk.
Collections made in all parts of the United
Slates, and a general legal business transacted.
Itefers hy nermissien IxiSteliiinan & lleusel.
DIt. 8. It. FOHEMA3I,
(PHYSICIAN AND SUUUEON),
Kcmevcd Irem Ne. 18 Seuth Prince street, te
Ne. 21 1 West Kins street, Lancaster, l'a.
AK. McCANN, AUCTIONKKK OP REAL,
. Estate and Personal Property, Orders
lull nt Ne. :15 Cliatiette street, or at. the llleck
Herse Hetel, t and l North Ouecn street, will
receive prompt attention. Kills made out and
leu te wn
itheut additional cost. e27-ly
littsl Deignq ami Colei'ln;;. and be Larger and
V ' " MOW C1C1 .
All iu want of Fine or Fancy Cabinet Werk
would de well te call and examine .specimens
el our work. . J
OH ICi: FL'RMTUUK A SPECIALTY.
lff Kast Iting Street.
?en i.ini:n cellaics
.Milt FANCY STOCK INOS
.: SUSPEND Kits
L'lIU NEW STYLE
LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, OO TO
E. J. ERISMANTS,
SO NOKTI1 QUEEN STKKKT.
1 BOILER MANUFACTORY,
SHOP ON PLUM STREET,
OrresmeinK Iocexotivk Works.
The fiiihscriher cenUnuiw te manufacture
BOILERS AND STEAM ENGINES,
Fer Tanning and ether purposes
SheeHren Werk- and
Blacksml thing generally.
$ Jobbing promptly attended te.
aegXMydl JOHN BEST.
WEDNESDAY EVENINO, AUG. 25, I88O.
FEAST AND FAMINE.
SOME KKFI.KCTIO.VSUPONMOUAl. AND
Vivid Centrastn Afirilfd by the Kccerrtft et
Kieryiluy l.llc lath trem Uuiigdr and
!:! Ill from (iliuteiiy SecIrN
TWOSCORE AND TEN.
Air. Ti iiu brMfse'HJLatcHt 1'ectn Aneciletrti et
TWOSCOKi: AND TEN.
Acress the sleepy, sun-Kin oil atmosphere
Of the pew-checkered, siuarj old meeting
house, 'through the high window, I could .see and
The fur crews caw ing in the forest heughs-
The earnest preacher talked of Youth and Age:
" Life is a huuh, whose Una arcjlitlinyfmt !
Kueh word it moment, every year a page.
Till, leaf by leaf, wc quietly lum the last."
Even while he spoke, the Minshine's witness
r.y many a fair ami many a grizzled head,
Seme drooping heavily, as if they slept,
Over the miipcllcd minutes as they nped.
A hey of twelve, wit li l.tncles Iresh andstreng,
Who found the Iv-.t no omiileu or repose,
Who deemed thesli.-iti I sermon far tee long
Mj-thoughts were i.i Ihe tree-tops with the
Or l.mhcr still I seared, upon tins had:
Of while clouds sailing iu the shereless hlne.
Till he recalled lije fniiii Uielr dazljug truck
Te the eh( meeliug-Iieuse am high-hacked
" Teciiffer ehiUlhoed, ut it tiinix the leaf,
IfeH letiff awl bright the vnrcml page up
Jliil le the aged, looking lute!;, hew brief,
Hew brief the tale of half u hundred years!"
Over I he drowsy pews the preacher's word
Kcseiimled, as he paused le wipa his hrews :
I seem te hear it new, as then I heard,
Ue-eeheing iu the heller imvt ing house.
4' Oer youth in gene, anil thick and tliiel.tr
YVic hoary years, lil.c tcmpcsl-drircn snow!
Flic fail, Jliesfait, life's wasting peiliilinn,
Ami ever fatter as it shorter grett'V."
My mates sat wondering weai My the while
Hew long before his Lastly would come in.
Or glancing at the girls across the aisle.
Or in some distant corner playing pin.
Hut in that moment te my inward eyes
A sudden windowepeneil, and I caught
Through dazzling rifts a glimpse of ether
Thedizzy deep., the blue abyss el thought.
lieside me sat my lather, giave ami gray.
And old, se old, at t woscere years and ten !
1 said, " I will remember him this day.
When am titty, it I live till then.
I will remember all I see and hear,
My very thoughts, and hew lite seems te me,
This Sunday morning in my thirteenth year;
lleu w ill It. seem when I am old as he?
" What I s the work lli.it I s-hall II ml te de?
Shall I be worthy eMiis houeicd name?
Peer and ehsci e? or will my dream come
Mysccict dream of happiness ami lame?"
Ah me, the years betwixt that hour and this !
The aneieul nieeting-hoiire lias passed away,
And iu its placva modern ediliee
Invites Hie well-dressed worshiper te-d.iy.
Willi it have passed 'the weli-rcmcnihercd
The old are gene, the boys aie gray-haired
They tee are scattered, si rangers till their
And here am 1 at twoseere year.; ami ten !
Hew strangely wandering here lieside the sea.
The voice or crews in yonder forest heughs,
A cloud, aSahbath bell, bring baik te me
Thai morning in the gairit e'd meeting
house! An oasis amid t he desert years,
That golden Sunday smiles as then it sini'ed1
I see the venerated head ; through tears
I see niys-.cH", that far-oil' wondering clil'd!
The pew, the preacher, and the whitewashed
An imaged book, with careless children
Its nw In! pases I remember all ;
My very thoughts, the iiuestiening and
The haunting faith, the shadowy superstition
That I was somehow chosen, the spuci.il care
or Powers thai led me through life's change
Spirits and Inllucuces or earlh and air.
In curious pily of myself grown wise,
I I hink what then 1 was and dared te hope,
And hew my peer achievements satirize
The boy'sbrave drcamaml happy horoscope.
Te see the Inline Hushed with morning lire,
Ke.sy with ban.iers, bright with beckoning
Fresh lipids Inviting ceurage and de.-dre,
This Is the glory et our yeulhrul years.
Te leel the pettiness or prizes wen,
With all our vast ambition ; tolieheld
Se much attempted and se little done,
Tills is the bitterness of growing old.
Though seen we care no
Fer Irinmphs which, IH1 wen. appear .'O
They serve their use, as toys held out before
Ilcguilcdenr infancy te try ids feet.
Net In rewards, but in the strength te strive,
The blessing lies, and ne' experience:
In daily duties done, hope kept alive,
That Leve and Thought arc housed and en
tertained. Se net In vain the struggle, though the prize
Awaiting mc was ether than it seemed.
My feet have missed the paths et Paradise,
Yet life is even mere bh-sscd than I deemed.
lliehcs I never eug'at, ami have net found,
And Fame lias passdl me with averted eye
In creeks and hays my ijuict voyage is bound,
While the great world without gees surging
Ne withering envy et another's let,
Ner nightmare of contention, plagues my
Fer mc alike wliat is ami what Is net,
Iteth what I have and what 1 lack are best.
A llewer mere sacred thai, far-seen success
Perfumes my solitary path ; 1 And
Sweet compensation In my humbleness.
And reap the harvest et a tranquil mind.
I keep some portion of my early dream :
Brokenly bright, like moonbeams en a river.
It lights my life, a fair elusive gleam,
Moves as I move, and leads mc en forever.
Our earliest longings prophesy the man,
Onr fullest wisdom still enfolds the child ;
And In my life 1 trace that larger plan
Whereby nt last all things arc reconciled.
Tliestormeleilyears, the years that howl and
The world, where simple faith seen grows
Teil, passion, less, all thing that meld and
Still leave the inmost part of us nncliangcd.
O hey or long age, whose name I liear.
Small self, half-hidden by the antique pew,
Acress the years I see you, sitting there,
Wondering and gazing out into the blue ;
And marvel at this sober gray-liaired man
lam or seem.
Hew changed my days, hew
The wild.swilt hepc-i with which my youth
Yet In my Inmost seiri am the samp.
The dreamy soul, tee sensitive and shy.
The breeding tenderness Ter Wrd and
The old, old wonder at the earth and sky.
And sense et guidance by an Unseen
The.se keep perpetual childhood iu my liuai
The peaks of age, that looked se hare and
These peaks and I arestill as tarapart
As in the years when lllly seemed se old.
Age, that appeared lar off a bourn at rest,
Ucccdca as 1 advance; the fount of joy
KIscs perennial in my gratcrul breast ;
And still at filty I am but a boy.
J. T. Trowbridge in the Atlantic Monthly.
Feasting vh. Starving.
Fer the Intblliubkceu.
" Such is life" " Seme people arc feast
ing all the time and knew net the pangs of
hunger, while ethors ate almost starving
in the back alleys for want of bread."
Upen the great ocean of human events,
it is wonderful te contemplate the multi
tudineus episcdes of human life that are
brought te the surface through the public
press. They come sometimes in gentle un
dulations, sometimes in liillcs, in boist
erous waves and in bounding billows.
Seme times they bring glad tidings, some
times .individual achievements or general
success, but eftcner, much eftencr, wails
of wee, personal violence, or heart-rending
disasters, New and then they seem te
breathe the utterances of "angel's blest,"
but mere frequently the voices of " gel
ins damned." The press, as a faithful
chronicler of events, is net responsible for
what it is compelled te promulgate, se long
as it adheres te truth, any mere than the
sea is responsible for,- the debris brought
from its depths te the surface, by the cease
less action of its waves. It is true, much
may be brought te the surface that is hid
cons te beheld and of little use, physically
or commercially, te society ; but then, if it
was always calm, we should never knew its
composition and contents; for, wc may
feci assured that it reveals nothing but
what is actually there. Se it is with the
press ; if it retlccted nothing but what is
useful, beautiful and sublime, we should
never knew that their opposite existed ;
never be able te determine between geed
and evil perhaps never specially embrace
the one and resist or else eschew the ether.
The lines wc have quoted above are the
concluding reductions of a contemporary
upon the case of a peer, but iiitclligcntand
respectable woman and her live half-starv
ed ami my-ciati ciiiitiren, occupying an oo eo oe
scuro attic, in the city of "Getham."
There are doubtless thousands of such cases
all ever the country, but this scents te have
been an especially aggravated one, from
the respectable jiositieu the patties once
occupied, and which was lest through the
long and painful atllictiens and death of
an excellent husband and father. Side by
side with this distressing paragraph was
another te this eilect.
At. a meeting or the "Turtle Jlui a
costly prize was awarded te a certain Mr.
, who devoured twenty-one plates of
turtle soup at a single "sitting." The
second prize was awarded te Majer ,
who devoured seventeen plates. Others
there doubtless 'wcie who devoured ten,
twelve, or perhaps sixteen plates, bnt re
ccived no picmium, simply because only
two may have been eflered. Perhaps it
would have been mere expressive of the
act, te have used the terms " belted,"
" gulped," or " swilled," se nia.iy plates
of tuttle soup, but these terms might have
been regarded as tee inelegant te have
been applied te gentlemen ; for surely the
Turtle Club could net be composed of any
thing but gentlemen. Hence, through the
poverty of the English language, thejwerd
devour became a sort of necessity. The
German is richer than the English iu this
respect; they have "cssen" and "fres
scn," the former applied te human beings,
the latter te brutes. Admitting that a
man in rebu&t health might require six
plates of turtle soup for a " square meal,"
this Mr. has transcended the norm
al quantity by fifteen plates, an act which
perhaps no brute en earth would commit,
except a hog or a glutton. It is true there
are numerous precedents for such achieve
ments, and.in high life tee. Ancient Heme,
as well as ether realms, had many illustri
ous examples among their emperors, kings
and nobility, but they were almost uni
versally regarded as "mere honored in the
bicach than in the observance" eftheln.
These plus fifteen plates of turtle soup
alone, or their pecuniary value, might
have afforded the alimentary .stimulant te
have saved fifteen human beings front im
mediate starvation, or from
crime, ami one must be " am
heaven's lighting slumbers," while such
iniquities arc being perpetrated. Ne man
has a moral or physical right te gormand germand
ize, whatever his civil or political rights
may be ; and for every tresspass in that
direction, he is certain te be held physical
ly and morallyjrcspensiblo.
It was recorded some years age that a
man in outward appearance at least en
a wager devoured eighteen square ginger
cakes, fourteen hard-boiled cirgsaud seven
mugs of strong beer, and then lay down
and died with his lioets en, " like another
deg." His friends seemed te regret that
he did net accomplish the ten, fifteen aud
twenty before he died ; perhaps, in order
that they might have wen their wagers en
him, and he have left a greater reputation.
Many such events occur and elicit little, or
no comment whatever, and society be
comes, as it were, familiarized with them,
aud yet they involve the most vital princi
ples connected with " life aud immortal
ity." Probably, if the real truth were known,as
many die from excessive catintr as from
j excessive drinking, but very often the two
extremes run piirunei. li, is euiy eecause
intemperance in drinking has become se
disreputable, that intemperance in eating
is socially inconspicuous.
Seme years age a peer destitute wan
derer had traveled through the streets of a
town about forty-eight hours without a
mouthful te cat, and his stomach in a state
of "grewlhijj mutiny and bold revolt."
Seeing a crowd gathered around the deer
of a gcntlcmans mansion, he edged his way
in te ascertain the cause. He was informed
that the master of the mansion had fallen
down dead from a surfeit of eating. He
convulsively smote his stomach, and im
ploringly turned up his eyes, ejaculating
"Oh, I wish it had been me." .
Peer souls, it would be cruel te point
them te Dr. Tanner and his forty days.
Feasts and famines seem often te run par
all I in this world, and the difficulty seems
ie ue iu gutting tuu two lines te se con
verge as te form a conjunction,
iiw - vwuium,My,, lnilV
some people are feastinc all the lime
and kJw the fi hang JJg
ethers are almost starving in" the -foelc
alleys rer the want of bread."
Daniel Weteter' at Mart et.
When "Webster 'was, secretary of state
and lived in 'vrhshinfften. he was his eWn
I purveyor and was a regular attendant at
Marsh market oil market mornings. He
almost invariably were a large, bread
brimmed, soft felt hat, with his faverc
blue coat and bright buttons, a butTcassi butTcassi
tncre waistcoat and black trousers. Going
from stall te stall, followed 'by a set-raft
tearing a large basket in which purchases'
were carried home. lie u-mihl infan
with the butchers, the fishmongers, and
the green-grocers with a " grave droll
ery of which his biographers, iu their
anxiety todeifyjiini.hayeraado no uientiep.
He always liked te havei friend or two at
his dinner tabic, and in inviting them $aks
ccremenie,, he would say in his dccp,cheery dccp,cheery
veice. " Come and dine with me te-morrow.
I purchased a noble saddle of Valla'v
of Virginia mutton in market last 'week
and I think you will cniey it." Or. M
received some line cod-fish from Bosten ty
tlay, sir ; will you dine with me at fire
o'clock, and taste them?" Or, "I found
a famous 'possum in market this morning
sir, and left orders with Menica, my cook,
te have it baked in -the real old Virginia
style, with a stuffing of chestnuts and sur
rounded by baked sweet potatoes. It will
be a dish tit for the gds. Come and taste
The prices at the Marsh markc t in March,
J04i, were veiy reasonable, namely ; beef,
six te twelve and one half cents per pound;
mutton, five te ten cents per pound ; Iamb,
titty te seventy-live cents per quarter;
wild turkeys, seventy-live ecntscaeh ; tame
turkeys, $1.25 te $1.50 ; geese, seventy-live
cents each ; shad, sixty cents a pair ,
perch, twenty-live cents a bunch; butter,
twenty te twenty-live cents a pound ; eggs,
eighteen centa a dozen ; potatoes, seventy
live cents a bushel ; corn, fifty-five cents a
bushel ; meal sixty-live cents a bushel ;
and apples, thirty-live cents a peck. .1
N. McKac, Wycbridge. Ontario, writes : "I
have sold large quantities of Dr. Themas'
Kclcctieeil ; it. isusi-d for colds, sero threat,
croup, &c, ami, in faet, for any affection or the
threat it works like inasic. It is asuri: cure frr
burns, wounds and bruises.." Fer sale by II.
I!. Cochran, druggist, l.iTand V.U North Queen
street, lmcaster, Pa. it
Statistics prove thai iwenly-nve percept
of the deaths in our larger cities are caused by
consumption, and when we reflect that tilts
terrible disease Iu its worst stage will yield te
abottlcerLoehcr's Ucuewned Cough Syrup,
shall we condemn the suTercrs ler their negli
gence, or pity them ler their ignorance? Ne
J East King street.
Step that Nuisance.
Wheezing with the Asthma, Bronchitis or a
simple cough is Inexcusable when Dr. Themas'
Kclcctrlc Oil banishes thuthreat-laecnitiiigand
car-disturbing complaints, and averts the
danger or Consumption. Cease therefore, te
be a sufferer and a nuisance. Fer sale by
II. J5. Cochran, druggist, 137 anil IX) North
(jiiccn street, Lancaster, Pa. . 10
HOW TO GET
Every day during summer all sorts
of goods remnants and goods that
for one reason or another arc in our
way aie picked out and put together
te be sold at such prices as they will
bring. They are undesirable for its
te held ; but they may be as geed
for the buyer as anything we have.
We have sold already this summer
net less than $100,000 worth of goods
at irregular prices in this way for, say,
$50,000 ; and many thousands mere
are going. There is something marked
down at nearly every counter iu the
Everything sold is returnable, if un
satisfactory at the price.
Chestnut, Thirteeiitli, Market and .IuIper.
f.tlOKS AN1 STATIONERY.
VKIV STATION EltY I
New, Plain and Fancy
Alse, Velvet and Eustlake
PICTTTRE FRAMES AND EASELS.
I Ivl. FLYNN'S
IH." AM) STATIONERY STOKE,
Ne. 42 "WEST KINO STREET.
JOM BAEE'S SONS,
15 and 17 NORTH QUEEN STREET, '
have In stock a large assortment of
E00KS AND STATIONERY.
Attention Invited te their
FAMILY AND PULPIT BIBLES
Teachers' lllblcs, Sunday Scheel Libraries,
Hymnals, Prayer Heek,
IIVMX HOOKS AND MUSIC BOOKS
Fer Sunday Scheel!,
FINE REWARD -CARDS.
SUNDAY SCHOOL REQUISITES of all kinds
CAPE MAT, N. J.
. OPEN FOR THE SEASON.
EJ.4U.K. CRUMP, ) Of the Coteanade Hetel,
BLOOD AND SKIN
KM Kill HIS
CuncrttA Rxsez.wrr purities the bleed
through the bowels, liver, kidneys ami skint
Cuticitra, a Medlcln.il 4c.lly, removes dead
tlesh and skin, renders healthv ulcers and old
sores, allays Inflammation, itching and Irrita-
iien ei ine sKin una scuip. cuticcilv meuici meuici meuici
nalToiij(tSeai restores whiteness and beau
titles the skin. CtrricunA Shavise Se.w is the
only medicinal soap expressly prepared ter
SALT RHEUM FOR A LIFETIME
I have hail a most wonderful cure of Salt
Rheum. Fer seventeen years I suffered with
Salt Rheum; I had it en my head, face, neck,
arms and legs. I was net able te walk, only en
my hands and knees, tot one year. 1 have uet
been able te help myself for eight years. I
tried hundreds or remedies; net one had the
least effect. Theilocterssrtldniyca.so was in
curable. Se my parents tried everything that
came along. I saw tlieailvertisementaml con;
eluded te try CtrricunA Rkwcdies. The llrst
box nt CtrricvilA brought the Humer te the
surface of tnv skin. It would drop oil as it
came out, until new I am entirely well. All 1
can say Is, 1 thank you me-t heart II v Ter my
cure. WILL McHeXALH.
131T I!lttkrpieli St.,
Chicaue, 111., March 4, 1ST!).
I have been alltictcd for nineteen years with
Psoriasis, and have spent hundreds el dollars
ter doctors aud stuff they cull bleed purifiers.
I lectors did net knew- w hat te call my disease.
I would scratch nights until I scratched inv
selr raw: then it would dry and ierui Inte
scales, which would all he scratched off next
night and se en. I have been completely cured
by thcCiJTiiuKA UtcMEniLS.
THOMAS DK LANKY.
C'omcekd St.. I'lrsTeu Mill,
Mt-Mrius, Tunn., June Hi, IS?.).
CCTicuin Rev-eons are prepared by WI'KKS
k. runr.K, uiieiiitsis ami iiruggisLs,;aiii w usn
ingieii si reel.
ISosten, ami are for sale by all
MALT AND HOPS!
DYSPEPSIA. Dyspepsia is the prevullng
malady of civilized lite. It lies at the liotem
of one-half enr misery. It is the rock upon
which many of our business ventures have
split. It clouds the mind, weakens the body,
and prcysupe n the vitality. Where shall wcllnd
renei irem mis ineruiu, meiuucneiy misery 7
MALTK1TTKRS! At once a medicine and a
teod, this wonderful nutrient unit invigerant
builds up enfeebled digestion, regulates the
flew of the gastric jnices, dissolves and assimi
lates every article of diet, and cures Headache,
Dizziness,' Itllieus Attacks, Palpitation of the
Heart, Nervousness, Sleeplessness, Melen,
chely, and a thousand ether morbid tonus
assumed by Dyspepsia.
MALT HITTERS ure prepared wilhsvt fer
mentation from Canadian KAKLF.Y MALT unit;
HOPS, and warranted superior te all ether
forms of malt or medicine, while free from the
objections urged against malt Honors.
Ask ter Malt Itirasia prciuircd by th- Malt
IIiTTEits Cevpahv, and see that ever- bottle
bears the Tkadk Makk I.AUKL.duly -Sni.NEDUmk
enclosed in Wavk Links.
MALT IUTTEKS are Ter sale by all Drug
gists. - ivl-lliulW&S&W
Wholesale and itaiail Dealer In all kinds el
LUMUER AND COAL.
ij-Vanl : Ne. North Water ami Priucn
streets ulieve Lemen. IjincusU-r. uiHyd
COAL! COAL! COAL! COAL
Ceal of the JSettt (Jmttity pnt up expressly
for family use, and at the low
est market prices.
TRY A SAMPLE TON.
2" YARD ISO SOUTH WATER ST.
iiixSMyd PHILIP SCUUM.SOX A CO.
Fer geed, clean Family and all ether kinds
of COAL go te
Quality and Weight guaranteed. Orders re
OFFICE: 23 EtMt King Street. YARD:
618 North Prince Street.
riOALI COALf COAL!!!
We have constantly en hand all th Ix-st
gradesjef COAL that are in market, which we
ure selling as low :ls any yard in the city.
Call and get enr prices licferu buying else
where. M. F.
STEIGERWALT & SON,
SU NORTH WATER STREET.
COHO & WILEY,
3SO NORTH WATER ST.ylMHrmstrr, I'm.,
Wholesale and Itcuill Dealers in
LUMBER AND GOAL.
Connection With the Telephonic Exchange.
Rranch Office : Ne. 3 NORTH DUKE ST.
QORREOHT & 0O.,
Will deliver cool at the following prices:
II. D. Broken Egg and Nut $U5
Enterprise, Broken Egg and Nut 4ja
Lyken's Valley, ltreken, Egg and Steve... 4.80
" " lent m
All tirades Ne. 1 Pea 3.33
P. W. UORRECHT, Agt.,
.1. B. RKILLEY,
ang!7 tfd W. A. KELLER.
CHINA ANIt O LASS tT ARE.
fllUNA, OLASS AND QUEENSWARK.
White and Decorated Stene China, Tea, Din
ner and Chamber Sets, White, tJeld Band and
Fancy French China Tea and Dinner Seta,
Glass Sets, Tumblers, Goblets, Fruit Ik) wis.
Fruit Jars! Jelly Cups!!
AT TnE LOWEST PRICES, AT
HIGH & MARTIN'S,
Ne. 15 EAST KINO STREET.
Fer Best 0M Rye Wkbkies,
Best Syrnp. made eat of Sugar, Beat Coffee and
Sugar in town, Rest Alcohol, Beat Bittern. .