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Volume XYII Ne. 31.
LANCASTER, PA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1880.
Price Tw Onte.
NEW AD VKBTISEMENTS.
SELLING OFF! SELLINCOFF!!
Eathven & Pisher
Oircr their enUrcsteck ej
i.tund below Cost, witliavlcw et aiscontinn aiscentinn
iiurthe KKAIY-MAI)K CLOTHING business,
mid devoting their attention exclusively te
CLOTHING inside promptly te order, anil
hHliftfactleu In nil caes guaranteed. A tclcct
line et Clet lis, Cussimerea, Worsteds, Coatings,
.Suitings. Cheviot. Meltonn, Overceatings.
Vestings, &c, ul ways en hand und orders re
Kpecttuily seliciteil. Alse, a general line of
R ATHVON & FISHER
Merchant Tailors and Drapers,
Ne. 101 North Queen St., Lancaster, Pa.
SPKclAL T1wh in want or Ready-Made
Clothing will consult their own interest by
giving tliem a eull before purchasing else
where, us ilx-ir Clothing are mainly et their
own iimiiulucturuand substantially made.
Mas jiit opened a
SKLKCT STYLlIh and none but the best et
Me. 51 North Queen Street.
We luvu new lenly for sale an Immense
Fall and Winter,
-which :ue Cut and Trimmed in the Latest
Style. We cm gi e you a
GOOD STYLISH SUIT
AS LOW AS $10.00.
In trrcat variety, made te order :il short notice
ut the lowest prices.
1 B. Hosteller & Sen,
24 CENTRE SQUARE,
The most attractive and Recherche Line of
Londen ani New Yerk
OPEN THIS DAT AT
THE ARTIST TAILOR,
121 N. QUEEN STREET,
K. McCANN, AUCTIONEER OF REAL
J Estate and Personal Property. Orders
Ifft at Ne. 53 Charlette street, or at the Black
Herse Hetel, 44 and 4C North Queen street, will
celve prompt attention. Bills made eutand
ended te witliout.iuldltlenal cost. e27-ly
KIDNEY WettT FOB SAMS AT LOCH.
, era' Drag Stores 9 East Kins street.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
for Lancaster City and County, at
L M. FLYNN'S
Ne. 42 WEST KINO STREET.
Ne. 32 East King St., Lancaster, Pa.
Schools of Lancaster City,
NEW AND SECOND-HAND.
At the LOWEST PRICKS, at the Bixk Store of
JOM BIER'S SOUS,
13 and 17 NORTH QDEEN STREET,
1'russks ! trusses ! ! trusses ! ! !
. Sulferers from Rupture will find the Mifi'tt,
easiest and cheapest Trusses in the world en
exhibition and ler sale by
ANDREW G. FREY, Drngxi-t,
Cor. N. Queen ami Orange bts, Lancaster, Pa.
Call and sec.
ANe, the only sure cure for Piles,
FUEY'S UNIVERSAL PILE SUPPOSITORY.
Never tails. Price, .Wc. and 7."c. a box.
ULL'S DRUG STORK.
SULPHITE OF LIE.
DIRECTIONS FOR USING WITH
FOlt h UZ AT
HULL'S DRUG STORE
Ne. 15 WEST KING STREET,
HALL I'AI'ERS, Cr.
XfE ARE OFFERINO THE ONLY
Extension Window Cornice
ever manufactured. It is perfect in its con
struction, simple and handy te adjust and
very cheap. It can be regulated te lit any or
nary window by means of a thumb screw, and
cam be ndj u.ted trnm one feet te live feet wide.
They are made of 4J Inch Walnut Meulding
of a New Pattern, and we have them in eight
ditlerent styles. Come and see them.
In Walnut, Ash and Ebony, Ends, Rings and
ORDERS TAKEN FOR
PIER AND MANTEL MIRRORS.
OPENING FALL STYLES OF
PHARES W. FRY,
Ne. 57 NORTH QUEEN ST.
CAMPAIGN GOODS !
New Samples ! New Styles !
Clubs and Committees invited te call and ex
amine our goods before purchasing.
CAPES. COATS, HATS, CAPS, HELMETS
TORCHES, BADGES. STREAMERS,
FLAGS, BURGEES, (Political
L interns very cheap.)
Bunting Flags of All Sizes.
Portraits of Presidential Nominees
en cloth, suitable ler Banners und Transpar
encies. FLASH TORCH.
Every Club ought te have some, even it they J
ue nei nave incm ler enure Giuu.
D. S. BURSK,
17 East King Street, Lancaster.
OK LINEN COLLARS
HOK FANCY STOCKINGS
tjer new style
linen handkerchiefs, go te
E. J. ERISMAN'S,
86 NORTH OjUEICN STREET.
Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham,
OP LYNN, MASS.,
Her Vegetable Compound the Savier
of Her Sex.
Health, Hepe and Happiness Re
stored by the use of
LYDIA E. PINKHAMS
The Positive Cure Fer
All Female Complaints.
This preparation, as ite name sign ides, con
sist-s et Vegetable Properties that are harmless
te the most delicate invalid. Upen one tiial
the merits of this compound will be recognized,
as relict is immediate; und when its use is con
tinued, in ninety-nine cases in a hundred, a
permanent cure is effected, as thousands will
testily. Onaccountefitsprovenmerits.it is
te-day recommended and prescribed by the
best physicians in the country.
It will cure entirely the worst form of falling
of the uterus, Leucorrhesa, irrcgularand pnin
tul Menstruation, all Ovarian Troubles, In
flammation and Ulceration, Flooding-., all Dis
placements and the consequent spinal weak
ness, and is especially adapted te the Ciange
In lact it has proved te be the greatest and
best remedy thai has ever been discovered. I 1
permeates every portion of the system, ami
uives new lite and vigor. It removes talntne.-s,
flatulency, destroys all craving ter stimulants,
and relieves weakness of the stomach.
It cures Bleating, Headaches, Nervous Pros
tration, General Debility. Sleeplessness, De
prc!sien and Indigestion. That leelinget bear
ing down, causing pain, weight and backache,
is always permanently cured by its use. It
will ut all times, and under all circumstances,
act in harmony with the law that governs the
Fer Kidney complaints of either sex this
Compound id unsurpassed.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
isj prepared at 23.1 and 2X Western Avenue,
Lynn, Muss. Price $1. Six bottles ter $.". Sent
by mail in the form et pill-, al-e in the form of
lozenges, en receipt et price, $1 per box, ler
either. Mrs. PINKUAM lrecly answers all let
ters of inquiry. Send ter pamphlet. Addicts
as above. Mention this paper.
Ne family should be without LYDIA E.
PINKHAM'S LIVER PILLS. They cure Con
stipation, Biliousness and Torpidity of the
Liver. 23 cents per box.
Johnsten, Holleway & Ce.,
(Jcneral Agents, Philadelphia.
Fer sale by C. A. Loeher, 9 E;ist King street,
and Gee. W. Hull, 15 West King street.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in all kinds et
LUMBER AND COAL.
Si-Yard: Ne. 40 North Water and Piince
streets above Lemen. Lancaster. n:-l d
COAL! COAL! COAL! COAL
Ceal of the West Ouality put up expressly
for family use, and at the low
est market prices.
TRY A SAMPLE TON.
S YAKI 150 SOUTH WATKU ST.
neSU-lyil PHILIP SCHUM.SON & CO.
OAL! COAL! COAL!!!
We have constantly en hand all the best
grades of COAL that are in market, which we
are selling as low as any yard in the city.
Call and get "-ir prices before buying else
where. M. F. STEIGERWALT & SON,
s27-lyd 234 NORTH WATER STREET.
" COHO & WILEY,
.7.50 NORTU WATER ST., Lancaster, ra.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
LUMBER AND COAL.
Connection With the Telephonic Exchange.
Brunch Office : Ne. 3 NORTH DUKE ST.
Fer geed, clean Family and all ether kind
of COAL go te
Qualitv and Weight guaranteed. Orders re
OFFICE: 22 East King Street. YARD:
G18 North Prince Street.
GOOD, CLEAN FAMILY COAL,
and all ether kinds of Ceal. Quality and
quantity guaranteed. Manure by the car lead
at Philadelphia stock yard prices.
TTT. Yard, Harrisburg Pike.
Office, 20 .East Chestnut street. S augl7-tfd
All in want of Fine or Fancy Cabinet Werk
would de well te call and examine specimens
et our work.
OFFICE FURNITURE A SPECIALTY.
15 East King Street.
CHINA ASD GLASSWARE.
We arc constantly receiving something new
and novel in
Fancy Goods, China, Lamps,
Don't fail te sea them.
HIGH & MARTIN,
Ne. J5 EAST KING STREET.
ATTORNEY S-AT-LA W
HENRY A. RILEY
Attorney and CounsclIer-at-Law
21 Park Bew. New Yerk.
Collections made in all parts of the United
States, and a general legal cmslness transacted
Refers by permission te Steinman & Hensee
WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCT. 6, 1880.
lien. Geerge A. Jeuks.
Graphic Democrat, Broekvllle, ra.
Geerge A. Jeuks, the Democratic can
didate ler supreme judge, is in bis forty
fifth year. He is the youngest of ten
children, and was born in Punxsntawney,
Jeffersen county, Pa., March 26, 183G. His
father, a physician, was decended from a
Welsh Quaker family who were among
the early settlers el Philadelphia. His
mother was a daughter of the Rev. D.
Barclay, a Scotch Presbyterian minister.
When yir. Jenks was a child his eldest
brother, D. B. Jenks, who was a lawyer,
was teaching him te count a hundred, and
casually asked him what business he
would fellow when he became a man.
The teply was, "Wait till te-morrow
morning and I will tell you." During the
night the determination was formed, aud
the next 'morning communicated by the
subiect of this sketch, that he would be a
lawyer. This purpose, se early formed,
was unalterably fixed. Thence forward
his every labor and study was directed te
the purpose of his life Te these early
studies is largely te be attributed his
capability te deal with original legal ques
tions, such as he manifested en the im
peachment of Secretary Belknap, the dis
cussion of the Louisiana and Oregon cases
befeic the electoral commission, and the
debate en the distribution of the Geneva
When attending the common school,
one of the readers then in use was the in
troduction te the English reader. In this,
one of the lessens was the story of the
' Xeblc Basketmaker." Frem the story
the moral was derived that every man,
no difference what his circumstances or
purposes in life might be. should learn a
trade. This moral he determined te act
upon. When feiuteen years old, his father
died; At sixteen he entered upon an ap
prenticeship of two years te the carpen
ter and joiner trade. When his. term ex
pired, he worked at his trade, taught
school, and occasionally was employed at
civil engineering, till he entered college.
While engaged in the latter vocation, in
the spring of 1865, he assisted te lay out
Omaha, in Nebraska. In the fall of that
year he entered the junior class at Jeffer Jeffer
eon college, having in the mornings and
evenings, while teaching aud working,
steadily pursued his literary studies, lie
had been entered as a student of law be
fore he entered college, and the Hen. W.
P. Jenks, who was his guardian, had from
early boyhood, directed him in his legal
and literary reading. He graduated at
Jcifcisen college in the class of 185S, aud
in February, 1859, was admitted te the
bar, in Julfersen county, having finished
his legal studies under his elder brother,
P. W. Jenks.
.At the September term, 1859 he led in
conducting his first case in court, which
was an all-important one te his clients, a
widow aud her miner children, whose all
was their home, aud that home was de
pendent upon the result of the case. He
was opposed by the leading legal talent at
the bar, including Hen. I. G. Gorden,
Hen. W. P. Jenks aud Hen7 G. W. Zieg
ler. He wen the case and thence forward
was employed in most of the important
causes in his own county, and his name
seen became familiar in many of the ceutts
of western anil central Pennsylvania, te
which he was called for the trial of im
When net engaged in the courts, his life
has been one of constant study und prep
aration. He never sought public position
but was known as a Democrat. In the
fall of 1874 he was tendered the Demo
cratic nomination for Congress in the 25 th
district of Pennsylvania, against General
Harry White. The district was heavily
Republican, but his personal popularity
and the tidal wave elected hiin te the 44th
Congress. Speaker Kerr appointed him
chairman of the committee en invalid pen
sions. A masterly report en the condition
and working of the pension bureau, de
rived from an investigation by order of
the Heuse, he seen made, and followed
this by a bill which was calculated te pre
vent future abuses. Bounty land war
rants, which before this had been person
al property, had become the plunder of
a dishonest ring, which at one single time
had seized upon ever one hundred thou
sand acres of land, were changed te realty
through his efforts, and se guarded that
only the rightful owners, their legal heirs
ami assigus, could obtain them.
His forensic ability first become known
te the Heuse in a discussion concerning
the character of an Invalid Pension. He
had asserted that an Invalid Pension, for
death or disability of a soldier in the ser
virc, in the line of his duty, was a con
tract right. This was denied by some of
the leading Republicans of the Heuse,
who alleged it was a mere gift or gratuity
and a warm debate ensued, at the conclu
sion of which Mr. Jenks made a legal
argument, tracing the legislation en the
subject from and since the Revolutionary
war, and establishing se conclusively the
position he assumed, that it has net since
been denied. This was seen succeeded by
a legal discussion concerning the refusal of
Hallett Kilbournc te testify before a com
mittee of the Heuse.
The legal prominence he had already at
tained led the Heuse te elect him as one of
the seven managers en part of the Heuse
te conduct the impeachment of Secretary
Belknap, the ethers being Messrs. Lord,
Knett, Lynde, McMahon, Hear and Lap
ham. On that trial before the Senate the
defendant was represented by three lead
ing lawyers of the nation Hen. Jeremiah
S. Black, Hen. Matt Carpenter aud Hen.
Montgomery Blair. Mr. Jenks was se
lected by the managers as one of the com
mittee te draw the pleadings. He was af
terwards appointed te make one of the ar
guments en the question of the jurisdic
tion of the Senate te impeach after the
elucer had resigned, and subsequently, in
consequence of the illness of Mr. Lapham,
he was selected te discuss the facts. His
legal attainments were en this trial made
conspicuous te the Senate and the nation,
aud conceded te be unsurpassed by any in
The subject of the distribution of the
Geneva award came before the Heuse en
majority and minority reports from the
judiciary committee. Mr. Jenks offered
an amendment te the majority report, and
in support of the amendment and report as
amended, made an argument involving
some of the most difficult questions of in
ternational law. The report, as amended
by him, was passed by the Heuse.
Soen after the meeting of the second
session he was appeiuted by Speaker Ran
dall as one of the committee of fifteen te
investigate the conduct of the election in
Louisiana, and en his return was appointed
by the chairman of the Democratic cau
cus, with Mr. Field, of New Yerk, and
Mr. Tucker, of Virginia, te represent the
Democracy of the Heuse in. preparing,
presenting end discussing the facts and
the law before the electoral commission.
It fell te Mr. Jenks te make opening argu
ments in the cases of Louisiana and Ore
gon. While he was engaged in the discus
sion of the first of these cases befern t.hn
commission, Senators Thurman and Bay
ard sat side by side. Senater Bayard pass-1
la note of admiration of the argument te
senator l uurman, and in response received
the following reply : "The mere I hear
this man, the mere I admire him. He
reasons like a Xcwten or La Place. He
has spoken half an hour and has net ut
tered a superfluous word." This compli
mentary opinion was generally concurred
in by these who heard or read the pro
ceedings before the electoral ' commission.
In most of the legal discussions that
arose in the Heuse, Mr. Jenks partici
pated, in addition te the full performance
et ins duties en the very laborious com
mittee of which he was chairman. At
the expiration of his congressional term,
he immediately resumed his professional
pursuits, in which he has ever since been
engaged. His extensive practice has in
cluded almost every branch that arises in
the state and covers a very bread range of
its area. His election te the supreme
bench of the state will be but a just re
cognition of his superior legal attain
ments. Solid Southern Sentiment.
There is netnue mau in a million at the
Seuth, who knows anything of the laws of
this country, who would be idiot enough
te believe, or for a moment nurse the idea
that payment for slaves will ever or could
ever be made. Whatever the wishes of a
few who aie evidently demented may be,
the people of the south, by an overwhelm
ing majority, if called te vote en the ques
tion, would refuse te iucrcase the national
debt by a nickel te pay for negre slaves.
Wc have lest bleed and treasure tee much
already en account of the claves.
We will pay net one cent mere.
We are with Hancock, and we are
as the Democrats of Alabama declared
en Wednesday last at Montgomery,
committed by etir State platforms and
by " the action of every department of our
State governments under their constitu
tions, and by the judges of our courts
elected under them first, te the accept
ance of the results of the war ; second, te
the equal political rights of every citizen ;
third, te the faithful maintenance of the
public credit, State and national, and un
flinching opposition te the repudiation of
any public obligations ; fourth, te a free
and fair exercise of the elective franchise ;
fifth, te the strictest economy in the ad
ministration et public anairs. As an
honorable people we are pledged te main
tain the public credit, and we will. We
agreed te the fourteenth amendment te
the constitution, which says :
Neither the United States nor any State
shall assume or pay any debt or obligation
incurred in aid of insurrection or rebellion
against the United States, or any claim
for the less or emancipation of any slave ;
but all such debts obligations aud claims
shall be held illegal and void.
Net one of the States "lately in rebel
lion" has ever attempted torevive the ob
ligations amounting te many millions which
they incurred during the war held mostly
by enr own people and the man does net
live who, having any position or character
at stake, would suggest te any of the states
the payment of even one cent of a debt in
curred "in aid of the rebellion." What wc
have net attempted under our own state
governments we are net likely te attempt
under the federal government, and thus
arouse the sectional hatreds, animosities
and revenges we are se anxious shall sleep
forever. Ne, wc are with Hancock, and
se far from paying for slaves, we declare
with him that we think the timehas come
when all war claims, of whatever kind,
should be barred. This is no new doctrine of
the Appeal, or of the Southern people. In
every canvass since 1868 we have protested
against these unconstitutional assumptions
of the Republicans and the idle dreams of
the few who- at the Seuth nurse and cod
dle the dead past. When the war ended,
the Southern people took account of stock,
and found themselves stripped of every
thing. They at once went te work, and
have been working diligently ever since,
contributing as they could te the general
welfare and rehabilitating their homes,
made desolate by the war. They regarded,
and de new regard the slaves as completely
lest as the confederate and state bends
held by them as the expression of their
fealty te the cause they upheld. This was
their crowning sacrifice. They made that
sacrifice cheerfully. They have turned
their backs upon the past, and are work
ing for a greater future than was possible
te them under the old order of things. They
would net, therefore, if they could, increase
their burdetis by paying for the slaves
they prefer te decrease them. They de net
believe that a national debt is a national
blessing it is rather a national curse,
aud as such should be paid elf honor
ably te the uttermost farthing, cent for
cent, principal and interest, as fast as the
necessities of the people of the whole re
public will permit. We arc with Hancock.
Death te all war claims that cannot stand
the test of the courts, of the constitution,
and the laws made in pursuance of it.
These arc the sentiments of the solid Seuth
and we challenge successful contradiction
of that statement. The people of the south
have never aud will never turn their backs
en any honorable compact or agreement,
cost what it may of bleed or treasure. In
the past they gave the highest evidence of
this character ; in the future they will up up
eold it. We are with Hancock. We be
lieve, and the Southern people believe, the
national debt must be paid as it stands to
day, and that war claims that cannot stand
the scrutiny of the federal courts ought te
be thrown out ought te be barred for
ever. DOUSE FURNISJIISa GOODS.
FLlii & BREXEMAtf.
Would advise all who contemplate putting in
HEATERS or making any alterations in their
heating arrangements te de se at once before
the ru-di et Fall Trade begins.
THE MOST RELIABLE
Mm, Heaters ai flaies,
In the Market at the
Flii 4 Breneiaft
GREAT STOVE STORE,
152 North Queen Street,
IN ENDLESS VARIETY,
Shertzer, Hnmphreville & Kieffer's
40 EAST KING STREET.
J In large or small amounts. 125 or 120,000
Write W. T. SOULE & CO.. Commission Mer
chants, 130 La Salle street, Chicago, UL, for cir
T TrPJT T D A
I . I j I I l M fx. m.
Itching and Scaly Diseases, Screfnleas
Humors, Ulcers, Old Seres and Ser
carial Affections cared wfaea all ether
human agencies fail.
L CmcrRA RsseLvxxr purifies, strengthens
ami supports me system inreugu tue most
critical stages of bleed, skin and scalp humors
and disorders of the liver, kidneys anil urinary
. Ccticura. a medicinal Jelly, arrests dis
ease, allays intlnuimatien. itching: and irrita
tion, heals ulcers and eats away dead skin and
3. CcncuKA SIbdicixal Seap, for the toilet,
bath ami nursery, cleanses, seethes, refreshes
and beautifies the skin. Ccticura Su avise
Seap is the only medicinal shaving soap.
SKLV HUMORS, MILK CRUST, &e.
Skist Hcxer. Mrs. S. E. Whipple, Decatur,
Mich., writes that her frae, head and some
parts et her body were almost raw. Head cov
ered with scabs and sores. Suffered fearfully,
und tried everything. Permanently cured by
Milk Crust. Mrs. Bewers, 143 Clinten street,
Cincinnati, speaks of her sister's child, who
was cured et milk crust, which resisted all
remedies for two years. New a fine, healthy
boy. with a beautiful head et hair.
Tetter or tuk IIaxds. Elizabeth Buckley,
Littleton, N. II., thunkfully praises the Cuti
cura Hcmedies ter a cureel tetter et the hands,
which had rendered them almost useless te her.
SCALD HEAD, ALOFECIA, &c.
Scald Head. II. A. Raymond, auditor F. W.,
J. & S. It. It., Jacksen, Mich., was cured of
scald head of nine years' duration by the Cu
Falling op tub Hair. Frank A. Bean, Steam
Fire Engine 6, Bosten, was cured of alepecia
or falling of the hair, by the Cnticura Reme
dies, which completely restored his hair when
all said he would lese it.
DAXDRurr. Themas Lee, 2276 Frankfenl ave
nue. Philadelphia, afflicted with dandruff
which for twenty years had covered his scalp
with scales one-quarter etan inch in thickness,
cured by the Cuticura Hcmedies.
Cuticura Kemedies are prepared by WEEKS
ft POTTER, Chemists and Druggists, SCO Wash
ington street. Bosten, and are for sale by all
Druggists. Price et Ccticura, a Medicinal
Jelly, small boxes, 50 cents; large boxes, 41.
Ccticura Reselvent, the new Bleed Purifier.
$1 per bottle. Ccticura Medicinal Toilet
Seap, 2T cents, ccticura Medicinal Sua vine
Seap, 15 cents ; in burs ler Barbers and large
consumers, 50 cents.
f3.AU mailed free en receipt of price.
One bottle Radical Cure, one box Ca
tarrh Solvent, and one Improved In
haler. Price for all, $1.0O.
Is of marvelous efficacy for relieving violent
attacks et Sneezing, te which many are sub
ject, for cleansing t Ue Head und Nasal Passages
when clogged with the offensive matter, ter
deodorizing and purifying the breath, for ren
dering the Head clear, the Brain active, the
Breathing easy, and every Sense in a most
grateful und seethed condition.
Beginning with the Nasal passages, it
cleanses, deodorizes, seethes and heals. It ar
rests the formation of putrid mutter. It strikes
at the very heart of the disease. This done, its
constitutional action gradually and thorough
ly removes from the bleed and circulating
fluids the poison that has been sucked up by
the absorbents from purulent mutter which
had dropped into the stomach und been iu
halcd by the lungs. Ask your druggist for
Saxferd's Kadical Cure.
General Agts., WEEKS & POTTER, Bosten.
OlllUCa Placed ever the cent r
A " ' of the nervous forces, th
VOLTAIC 19 E1ECIK0 P1 1 of the stomach, they
iuliw, BjHB"',WBtimulate the Liver,
pi jtC1w Stomach and BoweIs,per BeweIs,per
lalbt feet digestion, cure Dys
peiisia. Bilious Celic, Cramps and Pains, and
prevent Ague and Malariul Discasts. Fer
Weak and Sere Lungs, Palpitation of the
Heart, Painful Kidneys, Bheumatism, Neu
ralgia and Sciatica, they are the best remedy
in the world. Ask for Cellins' Voltaic Elec
tric Plasters. Only 2ft cents.
Te Nervous Sutterers The Great Euro
pean Remedy Dr. J. B. Simpsen's Specific
Medicine. It is a positive cure, for Sperma Sperma
eorrhea, Seminal Weakness, Iinpetency, and all
discuses resulting from Self-Abuse, as Mental
Anxiety. Less of Memery, Pains In Back or
Side, ami diseases that lend te Consumption,
Insanity and an early grave. The Specific
Medicine is being used with wonderful success.
Pamphlets sent tree te all. Write for them and
get lull particulars. Price, Specific, $1 per
gackage, or six packages for $5. J. B. SIMP
ON MEDICINE COMPANY, Nes. 104 and 106
Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y. Address all orders
II. B. COCHRAN, Druggist, Sele Agent,
137 and 1) North Queen Street, Lancaster.
DR. OKEENK has successfully treated ever
SOU of the most difficult- chronic (se called) in
curable caMjs during a seven month's practice.
The most et them had been the rounds of the
leading physicians of Lancaster county. New
DR. GREENE is ready at any time te meet a
committee et the Lancaster County Medical
Society at the Opera Heuse or elsewhere te dis
cuss the merits et Omnipathy and prove its
superiority ever all ether pathics in vogue.
The people are greatly interested und de
mand the fullest investigation. Invalids are
every week dying in this county whose lives
could be saved. Is there any subject about
which the masses arc mere concerned than
restoration te health, and the prolonging of
Dr. G. originated and is new the owner of 29
Medical Puils. He especially warns the public
ugainst-tlie.iuincreus counterfeits new offered
Catarrh Cared Fer 50 Cents.
CUKE QUICK FOR CATARRH SENT TO
ANY ADDRESS FOR SO CENTS.
DR. O. A. GREENE,
Ne. 238 NOKTU QUEEN STREET,
j30-tfdMWF&S Lancaster, Pa.
NERVINE, OR TONIC SPEC1KICA.
A BOON TO BOTH SEXES.
A REMEDY WITHOUT A RIVAL for all
diseases arising from Nervous Debility, Sexual
Disorders, ever Indulgence of Vicious Habits,
us well as from the prostration et old age. Its
curative properties in violent and chronic
forms of the following diseases have been at
tested, te by the most Eminent Physicians :
Dyspepsia, Self Abuse, Headache, Dizziness,
Sexual Exhaustion, Spermatorrheea, General
Debility, Impeteucy, Premature Decay, Ac.
It has been in use for ever forty years, and
is te-day the most popular remedy for the dis
eases above mentioned in the WORLD. It can
be used without regard te diet, Is pleasant in
taste, and better than all, it is a sure, sate and
certain cure. It is no quack medicine, but
stands upon its own merits, as any trial wil
amply demonstrate. Since 1336 this remedy
has always been sold for a much larger price
than that for which it is new sold ; but owing
te the act that the time ter the payment et
an enormous reyulty upon Its manufacture has
expired, it is ettered te the suffering of both
sexes at one dollar per package, se as te be
within the reach of all; at which price it will
be sent te any address tree et further charge.
DR. WILLIAM YOUNG,
46 Spruce Street, Philadelphia.
May be consulted en all diseases by mall.
FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS.
SHOP ON PLUM STREET,
Orresrn in Locomotive Works.
The subscriber continues te manufacture
BOILERS AND BTEAM ENGINES,
Fer Tanning and ether purposes
Sheet-iron Werk, and
jay Jobbing promptly attended te.
auglS-lydJ JOHN BEST.
Opened this day a large stock of the above
goods, te which special attention is invited.
Silk and Cotten Velvets
FOR TRIMMING AND SKIRTS.
BLACK AND OOLORSD SATINS
FOR TRIMMING, Ac.
Black and. Colored Ctskseres.
We have all the above Reeds la lull supply,
and te be sold at our usual Lew Prices.
Next Deer te the Ceart Heue.
CarDBtsi Wall Papers.
TIIE FINEST ASSORTMENT.
THE LOWEST PRICES.
I1 CARPETS, i
Walnut Curtain Poles,
Ebony Curtain Poles,
Ash Curtain Poles.
Fancy Hade Sludefl,
NEW FALL AND WINTER
HAGER & BROTHER
ARE RECEIVING DAILY
NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS
IN ALL DEPATMENTS.
NOVELTIES IN SIL S.
NOVELTIES IN VELVETS.
NOVELTIES IN rRENCH DRESS GOODS,
NOVELTIES IN ENGLISH DRESS GOODS,
NOVELTIES IN AMERICAN DRESS GOODS.
LYONS BLACK and COLORED SILKS,
BLACK and COLORED BROCADE SILKS.
TRIMMING SILKS and SATINS,
BLACK and COLORED DRESS and TRIM
Splendid value, 87e, 49c, 50c, 67c, 75c, 87c, W, 11.25,
BLACK SILK WARP HENRIETTA,
FRENCH CREPE CLOTH,
ENGLISH CREPES AND BLACK THIBET
Shawls, Cloaks aad Cletkiigs.
LADIES' and CHILDREN'S HOSIERY
GLOVES. LACES and RIBBONS.
CHINTZES and CRETONNES.
MUSLINS and SHEETINGS,
TOWELS and TOWELING,
TURKEY RED CLOTHS,
In large assortment, at very LOWEST prices.
J3Call and examine.
HAGER & BROTHER.
ROBES, BLANKETS, AC
OIGN OF THE BUFFALO BEAD.
I have new en hand the Lamsbt. Bbbt ad
Chxanst AsseBTjrwrr of Lined and Unllned
BUFFALO ROBES la the city. Alse LAP
AND HORSE BLANKETS of every descrip
tion. A full line of
Trunks, and Satchels,
Harness, Whips, Cellars, &c.
Repairing neatly aad promptly deners
IMXmrm Omm Sfc, ImntmUv.
GO WEST. FOB, TMK BEST COFFEES,
Sugars and Teaa, Best Cigars aad Tobac
cos, Best Wines and Liquors, Ask ler
Oakdale Fate 01 Bye WUdty.
95 per cent. AlconeL Invigorating Teaie aa
taiHair Liquid. All at
Ne. 906 WBBT KINO
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