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Volume XVH-Ne. 52.
LANCASTER, PA., SATURDAY. OCTOBER 30, 1880.
Price Twe Cmte.
SELLING OFF! SELLING OFF!!
Eathven & Fisher
Oiler then- nt lie-stock et
at and below Cost, willi a view et tii-cenlinn-ingtlii)KKAIY-MADE
and devoting their attention exclusively l
CLOTHIM. made piempliy le elder, and
satisfaction in :ill ca-e-, guaranteed. A sclcd
lineel Cleth-, Cassimcies, Worsteds, Coatings,
Militiugs. Ch.Tiets. Mellen", Ovciceatings.
Vesting, 4.c ahviijs mi luml ami eidcis le
speetitilly solicited. At-r, u jjenci il line et
RATH VON & FISHED
.Merchant Tailors and irrapers,
'e. Id! Neith ijuieu M , Lancaster, I'.i.
SPCclAI..- Thn-c in uanl 1 Uc.nly-M.ide
Clothing will consult their own interest by
giving them a call hcfeie piucliasing !'-'-when-,
as tilt lr Clothing uic mainly i their
ou iiiauut.ictnicaml substantially made.
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MONDAY, OCTOBEK 11 Hi, 1880.
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ENGLISH AND SCOTCH
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THE ARTIST TAILOR,
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Pall and Winter,
wliicli -iiv Cut and Triiimicl in tlie l.ali st
Myk'. We cm t;ive you u.
GOOD STYLISH SUIT
AS LOW AS $10.00.
In Rieat M.iti-ly, nriile letmlurai -lieil nelii-i'
itt tiif lewi'-t pi in.
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24 CENTRE SQUARE,
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lit ick-cl bif-l roilable
HEATERS and RANGES
Sher tzer. Humplirevi lie te Kic ffer's
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HLAXKKT SHAWLS ler Ladies.
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A POSITIVE CUR BFOK ICPIZOO-
TIC AM) DIS1EMPER
i'im:i'ai:kh ami mii.h i:
CHAS. A. LOCHER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST,
NO. ! r.AST IvlMJ STill.J:. elUilii
COUGH NO MORE!
AMERICAN HOUGH SYRUP.
A (' i i.iln ( iiiv I'm
COUGHS, COLDS, SORB THROAT,
Ilil .til ili-i'UM - Ol til.'
THROAT AND LUNGS.
Keftlii' t.'lti'l til ( en-,uinitit in ill -t iitfj
O! tin- lllsiM-r.
l'tveu-fil hhiI -elil only al
HULL'S DRUG STOKE
Ne. 15 WEST KINiii STREET,
augiS-lJ'l LM AVl'I.K, I'A.
Iai:cain I'eiJ i.vi:i:yi:eiiv.
RAKE CHAISE IN rAKPETS,
rtnilivi'i-.ik1 le lle.lnf' r-'iOfkei
6,000 Yarfls Bisls Garpulii,
AT AXI lJKLOW CIKf.
Call ami -iUi-.lv enr-i'll. AKo.liifeair, II.ik
ami ClialnC;aiil.'.inaliiiehl,mllcasarifly .at
H. S. SHIRK'S
203 WEST KINO STREET,
HEN11V A. KltlST
21 l'ark Hew- New Yerk.
Collections maile in all p-irts el tin- Unlti-1
5latC3, and a general lcg.n business trnnsuctcil
Ucfers by permission te steinui.m & Hen- e
IT YOU ARE A MAX OF BUSINESS,
weakened by the strain of your ilnties'
avoid stimulants and take
If you arc a man-nf letters, telling' ever your
midnight work, te l est ere brain and neive
it j en are young, and suffering from any
indiscretion ordissipatien, take
II you are married or single, old or young,
sintering trem peer health or languishing
en u beil of hickness, take
VthOt'er you ate, wherever you nte, when
ever j en feel that your system needs
cleaii'-ing, toning or stimulating:, itlt itlt
eut intoxicating, take
Il.r. c you i!sjicpsia, kidney or urinary uw-
plaint, iliease et the slemacJi, beweti.
Moed.liver, or nerves? Yeu will
be cured if you take
It you are simply ailing, arn weak anil low
-pn Iti'il, try it ! Uuy it. Insist upon It.
Your druggist keeps it.
it may -atJ your life. It hag .saved hundreds.
HOI' 1UTTEUS MANUFACTURING- CO.,
Iteehe-ter, New Yerk and Terente, Ontario.
DATS DBI PAD!
A di-ee i-i y which cures by thu n.iturul pre-
all ilisfiisesef the Kidneyi, IJIadder, Urinary
Organs and Nervous svstem, when nothing
else can. It is comfortable te the patient, pos
itive in its i'tli-Ptx, and thellrst cure for these
p.iiiilul ami much dicaded a!lY;c1ieii,
Dhibel cs mid Bfiglits Bisetise,
while its cures of Gravel, Drepsv, Catarrh et
lhelJIaddcr, I'.rickdust Deposit, Painful Uri
nating, High Colored Uiine, Nervous Weak
ness and rain in the Back seem mere like
miracles than cases et natural healing. The
pi ice biings it within the reach et all, and it
will annually save many times its cost in
doctor's bills, medicines and plasters, which
at best give but temporary relief. It can be
n-e.1 without tear or narni, ami Willi certainty
ut a permanent run. Fer sale by druggists
generally, or sent by mail (fiee tit postage) en
icceiplet the price. Itegular l'atl. $2: Child's
I'.hI (ter iiifeitlinciit'c of urine in chihlien).
I.5u: special (elra sic), $:!. Our book, "Hew
a liie was S.imsI," giving the history of this
new di-ievcry, and a large lecerd of most re
niaikable cine-, -eiil lice. Wri'elerit. Ail-
Day Kidney Pad Company,
CAPTION inving te the iimiiy worthless
UitUIlUll. Kiiniy Puds new seeking a sale
en our reputation, we deem it due theulllictcd
te warn them. A-k ter HAY'S KIDNEY PAD,
ami t.iKc no ether. at lvdcedMWAFJtw
CHAKLES X. (RITTENT0N,
ll." I'ulten St., New Yerk.
evi:i: A MILLION OK
Have alreaily been -old in this country and in
Fiance : c cry one of which lias given pcrtect
sati-iaetien, and has performed cures every
time when used according te directions. We
new sav te this alllicted ami doubting 'ones
that we wil p-iy the above icward tern single
1..U Hi.' I'ad tails te cine. This (J l eat Kemcdy
ill Positively and Permanently cure Lum
b ige, Lame ilack. Sciatica, Gravel, Diabetes,
I Hep-y. Hi ight's Hi-ease of the Kidneys, In
continence and Ketentlen et the Urine, In In
liaitimatien of the Kidnevs, Catarrh et the
liladder. High Colored Urine, Pain in the
Hack, bide or I.eins, Nervous Weakness, and
in lac! iillili.so:iler.set the liladder and Urinary
Organs wnetlier contracted by private ilisea-e
f.AHII'JS H j en aie fcuflcring trem Female
Weakness. I.cucei i 1ium or any iliscase et the
Kidney, Bladder, or Urinary Organs,
YOU CAN BE CURED !
Without swallowing nauseous medicines, by
FRENCH KIDNEY PAD,
WHICH CUUKS AiJSOKPTION.
A-k veurilruggist for I'KOI". GUILMKTTE'S
FltUN'CIIKIDNUY PAD, and take no ether.
It he has net get it, send $2 anil you will ic
i'i'i ve the Pad by return mall. Fer sale by
.IAMKS A. MEYEKS,
Odd lellew.s Hall, Columbia, Pa.
Sold only by GEO. W. HULL,
Dr:iggi-t, IS W. King St., Lnncastcr, Pa.
Prof. Guilmette's French Liver Pad.
Will positively cure Fe'.erand Ague, Dumb
Ague, Ague Cake. Billiens Fever, Jaundice.
lvpepsia and nil diseases of the l.iver,
.stomach anil Weed. Price $1.50 by mail. Semi
ter Pret. Guilmette's Treaties en the Kidneys
and Liver, tree by mail. Address
FRENCH PAD COMPANY,
HOOKS AX1 STATIONERY.
ter T.:mcviter City anil County, at
L M. FLYNN'S
He. 4 WKST KING STltEKT.
Schools of Laiicasfpr City,
N3W AND SECOND-HAND.
At the LOWEST I'lllCK:1, at the I'.oekStoteot
JOHI BAER'S SOIS,
15 anil 17 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
OOT AXJ SUOliS.
T? A CV OOXS. SHOES AND LASTS
JjiXlO X made en a new principle, insur
ing comfort for the feet.
TrvrV'T,Os. Lasts mode te order.
lC3;Ejst King street
French Klflney Pais
SATURDAY EVENING, OCT. 30,1880.
That Confronts the American People.
ler President: A -Man Whose Keputatliin
Is Covered With Kepreacli ; or tlic
Kenewncd Soldier and Upright
Statesman AVlie Will Ke Ke
slere Tills Govern
ment te Its Earlv
A RINGING APPEAL FOR HANCOCK.
Soldiers anil Citizen.. Kcad ami Cut Your
Te the Velcruu Soldiers mul Siitlers of (lie
The peaceful maintenance of the Union
for which we fought is endangered by a
combination of partisan and selfish inter
ests which attempts te renew the hates
and contentions of a past conflict, in order
te divert attention from the great ist.uc
presented te the people at the coming
presidential election. An immense aimy
of officeholders, en trenched in governmen
tal positions, which they nsc for their
private and personal advantage, levying
enforced contributions en the confederate
beneficiaries of corrupt administration,
struggle te obtain a new lease of power
by appeals te blind prejudice and unrea
soning passion ; by fraudulent misrepre
sentation, and the unsciupiileus prostitu
tion of administrative functions. They
endeavor te stir up sectional jealousy te
array one portion of the country against
the ether, se that they may fatten en strife
as they did during the civil war that end
ed nearly sixteen years age. Onr mis
guided opponents in that war submitted
their case te the stern arbitration of arms,
and, the decision being against them,
accepted the result in geed faith, and aic
new stanch and patriotic suppeiters of the
reunited nation. In his final rcpeit of
operations at the end of the war, the Gen
eral of the army expressed a '"hope for
peipetual pence and harmony with that
enemy, whose manhood, hewcvcr,tnistakcn
the cause, drew forth such herculean deeds
of valor." Within the past few months,
when he supposed that he was te become
a candidate for fhe picsideney, General
Grant expressed the fulfillment of this
hope of fifteen years before in the follow
ing language : "We have no leaseu te
doubt that these who were the gray will
fulfill all they have premised in loyalty te
the Hag and the nation." The war having
ended a long time age, and there being no
doubt of the"leyalty te the llagand nation"
of these who were once arrayed against us,
why should the hateful memories of an sin
happy period be revived new, when the
healing touch of time has closed the
wounds of strife, and we are once mere a
peaceful and prosperous people, united in
fraternity, charity and loyalty ! The
Union was restored by the indomitable
prowess el union arms, let us maintain it
by the irresistible force of Union votes.
We fought for the Union, fhe whole
Union, and nothing but the Union. Let
us sustain hat we fought for : let ua in
insist upon the preservation of the existing
amity between all parts of our common
country, which the oflieehe'ding party cn cn
deavei.s te disturb for purposes of plun
der and spoliation. We want no political
sectional divisions ; we want no solid North
no solid Seuth, for if these ttnpa! rietic dis
criminations should obtain we would next
have a solid East, a solid West, and an u it
solid Union. What we demand is a solid
Union, North, East, Seuth andWest. Te
secure this we intend te elect Hancock.
Comrades ! The question piescnted te the
American people is simply this: Whether
they will chose as president a man whose
reputation is net above reproach, and
whose past career affords evidence that
under him there would be a lcncwal of the
scandalous operations that disgraced a
former administration : or whether they
will resteic te all branches of the govern
ment the purity, integrity and dignity that
characteiized the earlier and better days
of the republic, by electing the renowned
soldier and upright statesman, Winfield
Scott Hancock. Theie cannot be much
doubt of the verdict. The nation will net
be se ungrateful as te forget the deserv
ing soldier, and icward the undeserving
who quit the Held when the cenfc.st was at
its height, who left his pest in the supreme
moment when the fate of the Union was
trembling in the balance. The character
of General Hancock is pure and spot
less. There is no blot en his es
cutcheon, no joint in his armor that can be
pierced by the thrust of adver.se criti
cism ; but he possesses in a pre eminent
degree the intelligence, lcsolutien and en
ergy te fit him for the office of chief mag
istrate. His inflexible integrity and un
yielding firmness will be proof alike
against the blandishments of improper in
fluence, no matter from what quarter they
may come and the menaces of these who
might attempt te impugn the indissolu
bility of the Union and the inviolability of
the constitution. He has no partisan con
federate te reward for convenient fcr fcr
vices, no tricksters or jobbers te conciliate
by dubious methods, but he will conduct
the affairs of the nation in the same manly,
straightforward and honorable manner
that has distinguished his career in all the
walks of life. The people can trust Gen
Comrades ! Remember that unceasing
vigilance, intelligent courage and stern de
termination arc indispcnsiblc te success.
A large majority of the American people
desire te cast their votes for General Han
cock. See te it they are permitted te car
ry out this desire ! Guard the ballet-box
from the frauds and corruptions of the
treasonable combination that is employing
the infamous appliances of bribery, col
onization and the coercion and intimida
tion of workingmen in a desperate eftbit
te perpetuate their power ! Let your rally
ing cry be : A Free Fallet and Fair Count !
The only security for the future, the only
guarantee of the perpetuity of our institu
tions is the free and untrammcled ex
ercise of the elective frachise. Who
se worthy te stand up in the
peaceful contest for our liberties at
the ballet-box as these who, in the hour
of the nation's peril, with stout hearts
and strong hands, upheld the flag of the
country and brought it out of the fray
glorious and triumphant. Our opponents
in that tremendous conflict (the result of
which settled for all time the question of
secession) arc new standing shoulder te
shoulder with us, ready te fight as valiant
ly in defense of the Hag of the Union as
they once fought against us in their mis
guided cause. The true soldier is chival
rous and magnanimous. After the battle
is ever, it is only in the craven and ignoble
heart that mean resentment .smeulders
The bravest is the gentlest ; the most
ereic the most forgiving. Our former
gallant adversaries, new our generous
friends, regard our chieftain with the ad
miratien that brave soldiers feel for each
ether ; they de net forget that it was he
who dealt them the hardest blows in the
noble rage of battle, nor are they unmind
ful that when the contest ended he scorned
te trample en and insult the unarmed and
He left that for the orators who were net
found in the field when the war was in
progress, but who new, in the safe remote
ness of legislative halls and lecture plat
forms air their valor in denunciations of
these whom they failed te meet when the
battle raged. The most vindictive are
these who served their country, net with
sword and rifle, but with profitable con
tracts for inferior supplies.
The present party of disunion flaunt the
bloody shirt of vindictiveness and hate.
Let us wave our bloody shirt, which will
be te us a victorious ensign the bloody
shirt worn by Hancock when he was car
ried off the field wounded by the fire of
Longstreet at Gettysburg. Under that
standard, in Hancock's great name we
Comrades ! Yole as you fought with
Hancock, for the Union. If our liberties
are worth fighting for, they arc worth vot
ing for. and if we fail te protect them new
it may be tee late when the clutch of te
officeholders and mammoth corporations is
1 irmly nxeu en the threat of the people.
Comrades! Guard the ballet-box. Per
mit no man te be coerced or intimidated
iu your presence. Your valor abolished
negre slavery let your firmness prevent
the institution of white slavery by mo
nopolists. Demand a free ballet! Demand-
it in the name of the American
people, in the name of the Union which
you saved ! Insist that every elector shall
have a right te vote without espionage or
interference ! Let every veteran who sup
ports Hancock stand at the poll Irem sun
rise te sunset en the second day of Novem
ber, teady te de his duty as he did it when
tne Liuen was endangered uctere. Mount
guard, A'eterans ! We fight for a free bal bal
eot, a fair count, Hancock and victory.
Geerge B. McCIellan, H. W. Slocum,
Den Carles Buell, W. B. Franklin, W. F.
Smith, D. N. Couch, Jehn 31. Palmer,
E. G. 3Iarshall, Jehn 31. Corse, St. Clair
A. 3rulhelland, T. W. Egan, 31. T. Dona Dena
hoc, L. Stephenson, jr., T. Kirby Smith,
A. L. Pierson, W. II. II. Davis, Francis
Price, J, B. Celt, J. Park Pestles, F. S.
West, W. II. Benjamin, J. F. Quinby, II.
S. Lansing, J. F. Farnsworth, Geerge
Ster.cman, T. W. Sweeney, E. Fcrrere,
J. A. 3IcClermand, Jehn Leve, D. 31.
Gregg. J. H. Oley, Herman Leib. C. E.
Phelps, J. C. 3IcQuisten, C. S. Cameren,
B. Le Fevie, J. W. Denver, K. R. Living
ston, Francis Darr, T. Sullivan, A. N.
Dougherty, S. E. Brown, W. H. Sterling,
L. P. DiCesnela, J. P. French. E. 31.
Lee, W. W. Lewe, F. IT.
West, S. S. Carrell, James 3IcQuade,
B. F. Butler, W. S. Rosecrans, Daniel E.
Sickles, Franz Sigel, E. D. Keyes, Gcr Gcr
shem 3Iett, Daniel ButterKeld, A. T. 31c 31c
Revnelds, H. II. Sibley, C. W. Roberts,
A. P. 3Iartin, C. II. Page, Dwiirht 3Ior 3Ier
tis, II. (i. Gibsen 31. R. Patrick, J. O.
Grindlav, C. J. . Powers, J. 11. Lansing,
W. F. Rogers, P. II. Jenes, W. W. Avcrill
Durbin Ward, W. H. Brady, C. W.Blair,
C. A. Jehnsen, J. B. Steedman, Chas.
Black, Jehn P. Henley, G. P. Este, Jehn
W. Hern, Themas Ewing, 31. D. 3Iansen,
.1. R. Slack, W. R. 3Iorrisen, A. J. War
ner, Gee. W. 3Iergan. S. J. Creeks, A. J.
Clement, D. S. Walker, II. B. Banning.
R. B. 3Iitchcll, W. 3IcCandless, E. S.
Bragg, 3U L. 3Ieilly, J. O. Packhurst,
31. T. 3Ic3Iahen, J. Langworthy, 11. C.
llebart, Jehn Pulford, Jacob Sharpe, T.B.
t'iiiueac Cheap Laber.
Pretest Irem California Against the ,
clplcs of James A. Garlielil.
The following address of the workiug werkiug
men of California has been received by the
National Democratic committee by tele
"SN FuAVtscii, Oct. 27. The Work Werk
inmen's party of California heretofeie
net affiliating with any ether political
party, but new having unanimously re
solved te snppeit Hancock and English,
scud greeting te their brethren and sisters
of labor throughout the East, North and
Seuth of their common country, without
distinction of party, and appeal te them
for relief. The toiling masses of California,
once occupying the proud position of being
the best paid and most prosperous of any
in the Union, are reduced te want and in
many instances beggary, by a horde of
Chinese who have intruded them
selves into every industry. The Chi
nese come without families, knew
none of the attachments of home or
domestic surroundings, live in holes and
sleep en shelves, subsist en rice and ether
feed imported from China and de net as
similate with our civilization en the Pacific
coast. The work of the factory and do
mestic service is in a great mcasure mo
nopolized by them, se that the interests of
the laboring women and children no less
than these of the men are involved in the
disastrous and unequal conflict between
the two races, the one of a higher, the
ether of a lower civilization. They have
almost entirely driven the whites from the
cigar, beet and shoe and clothing factories.
They are also exclusively employed in
woellen and linen manufactories, and the
canning of fruits and fish. The laundry
work is completely in their hands, and in
fact there is scarcely any employment or
manufacture in which they have net en
tered and supplanted the Caucasian.
'"Our skilled laborers men who have
spent years in learning trades, walk the
streets without employment during the
day, and return at night in despair te
their impoverished homes and destitute
families. Our boys are no longer appren
ticed, and arc growing up in idleness
without work and without trades. Our
girls are driven from domestic service. Ne
one can hope te compete with the Chinese
in any branch of labor in which they
cheese te enter unless he sinks te their
level, gives up all home and family ties,
lives as the Chinese de, becoming as they
arc, a mere human machine. The Mon
golian evil has reached us and is new de
stroying us. It will seen be upon you. It
is net se far from New Yerk te San Fran Fran
ciseo as it is from Heng Keng te San
"The 400,000.000 of Chinese have
awakened from the slumber of ages, and
unless their influx is checked they will
flood the eastern states as they already
have the Pacific coast. We can hope for
no relief from the Republican party. That
party, and especially Garfield, has always
worked te promote Chinese emigration te
this country and te give the Chinese the
right of suffrage. In 18G!) Garfield showed
by his .vote in Congress that he favored
Chinese suffrage ; that he was, in 1874, for
displacing whites with Chinese upon the
work at the 3Iarc Island navy yard, and in
1870 he voted te sustain the president's
veto of the Chinese passcnge : bill, a meas
ure introduced and passed in Congress by
Democrats, and which could have solved
this great and burning question. Our only
hope is the election of Hancock and Eng
lish. The platform en which they stand
speaks in no uncertain terms.
" We arc net political agitators or mal
contents, but the representatives of me
chanics and ether toilers who have been
schooled and made te understand the Chi
nese problem by suffering and and want.
This appeal is made net only for our sakes
and our families, but for yenr sakes and
your families. Heed it.
J. H. Grady,
: Chairman State Central Committee
Workingmen's Party of California.
" D. J. Gerdes,
" Secretary Workingmen's Party."
The Truth is .Net Libel.
Xew Yerk Star.
Judge Neah Davis lays down the law of
libel thus: "If a public newspaper
charges a man with being a liar, felon or
forger, the editor is guilty of libel, unlets
the charges are true."
It is this qualifying clause that saves
half the Republican newspapers of the
country from being prosecuted by James
On February IS, lS7:,a Republican con
grcssienal committee formally proclaimed
Sir. Garfield te be a bribe-taker and a
perjurer. He has nevcr instituted pro
ceedings against any member of that com
mittee for libel.
On February 10. 187.1. the New Yerk
Tribune proclaimed 3Ir. Garfield a liar.
He has never prosecuted the Tribune for
On Febiuary 20, 187S, the New Yerk
Times proclaimed 3Ir. Gaiticld a perjurer.
He has never prosecuted the Times for
On 3Iarch 15, 187;. Iftrper's Weekly pro
claimed 3fr. Garfield a disgraced fraud!
He has never prosecuted Harper's Weehlj
On February 21, 1873, the Buflale Com
mercial, and five days later the Indianapo
lis Journal, solemnly declared that 3Ir.
Garfield, "certainly hr.ndlcd the stock
and as ccitainly lied about it." He has
never prosecuted cither cf these leal Re
publican organs for libs!.
We mi'-ht extend the I'st. but it would
After 31 r. Gat field h.". patiently tested
for seven years under the stigma of fraud
:uiu perjury wuu wnicn .ncse radical or
gans branded him, etnjht he net first
square accounts with them and with
Judge Poland before taking issue with a
new and comparatively less dangerous an
Jacob l.eeckinan.271 Clinten Street, llultale,
X. ., says he has been using Dr. Themas' Ee
lertne Oil for Klicum.itism, he had such a
lame back lie could net de anything, but one
bottle ns te use his own expression "cured
liini up." He thinks it the best thing in the
marki t. Fer sale by II. It. Cochran, druggist,
I::; ami l."'i Xerth (jueeii -drcet, Lancaster, Pa.
II lilei.-i . lleueras Philosepheis Miy.
"Tisa vi ry geed hint, understood the ik
Fer it lite i-, a lien er, any blockhead can tell,
II you'd have it leek Iresli yen must melsteii
IJut if lnei-teui-i! tee much, ami you i'-t .i -,j( ,-
A bottle or Spring ltles-,.ni 1 : i he be-t thing te
Price 50e., tiial bottle 10c.
Fer sale by II. IS. Cochran, duiggUf, l"7 ami
I.I'JXerth (.iiieen street, Lancaster, Pa. lis
Itching und Snily Diseases, Scrofulous
Humors, Ulcvrs, Old Seres and 3Ier
citrial Affections Hired when all oilier
human agencies fail.
I. Ct'TlcfitA KLieLVKNTpurilles, sllellgliii'iLS
and supports the system through the most
critical stagesTif ;oed, skin ami scalp humors
and disorrieiiet lb- liver, kidnevs and urinary
-'. CiTlri'it. a medicinal jelly, uriv-ds dis-i-.ise,
allay.s inllaminitien. itching and irrita
tion, heals ulcers and cat- away dead skin and
::. CrriiTitv MfcDicixAL Seap, Ter the toilet,
bath and nursery, cleanse-', seethes, refreshes
and beautifies the skin. Clticukv Shavive
:--e.w is the only medicinal shaving soap.
SKIS Hi MORS, MILK CRUST, &c.
.Skix Himek. Mrs P. K. Whipple, Decatur,
Mich., writes tint her true, head and some
parts et.her body were almost raw. Head cov
ered with cabs ami sere-, buffered fearfully,
and tried everything. Permanently cured by
Milk Ciu'.st. Mrs. Mowers, IMCilnten street,
Cincinnati, speak-, or her .sister's child, who
was cured et milk crust, which rcisted all
remedies ler two years. Xewallne, healthy
bev. with a beaut irul head id hair.
Tlttkii ep'tjib Hakdi. Kliziibeth KucMey,
Littleton, X". II., thanklullv praises the Cuti
cum Kemedies tern curcet tetteret the hands,
which had rendered them almost useless te her.
SCALD HEAD, ALOPECIA, &c.
seliHeu. 11. A. Kuymeml, auditor F. W.,
.1. t S. II. It., Jacksen, Mich., was cured el
scald head or ninej cars' duration bv the C'u
l'Aioarre ev tub Hair. Frank A. Ilean. Steam
File Engine 0, Jtosteu, was cured et alepecia
or hilling el the hair, by the Ctitictiru Keltic
dies, which completely lcslered Ids hair when
all -aid he would lese il.
Pa;. r:tfKr. Themas Lee, 'SOT Frauklerd ave
nue. Philadelphia, alllicted with rlandruir
wliich for twenty years hail covered his scalp
with scales one-quarter et. Inch in thickness,
cnied by the Ciiticura Itemedie.i.
Cuticukv Kkmbdies are prepared by
-;. i-ui-itii., uiiciinsisuiiii urnggisis.
ingten stieet. Uosten, and are for sale liv all
Druggists. Price et Cuticura, a Medicinal
Jelly, small boxes, SO cents; large boxes. $1.
Cuticcuv Keselvent, the new llloed J'liriller,
$1 per bottle. Ccticuiia Medicinal Toilet
Seap, i" cents. Cltici'ra Medicinal. Skavism
bOAt l.'i cents; in hars ter Itarbers and large
consumers, 50 cents.
VJUAll maitcilfrce en receipt of pricr.
One bottle Radical Cure, one box Ca
tarrh Solvent, and one Improved In
haler. Price for all, $1.00.
Iset mat vclem efllcacj for relieving violent
attacks et bneeiing. te which many are sub
ject, for cleansing the Head and Xa-al Passages
when clogged tilth the offensive matter, ler
dcodeiiziugnnd puillylngthc breath, for ren
dering the Head clear, the llrain active, the
llrcathlng easy, and every !Sehe in a most
grateful and seethed condition.
beginning with the Xasal pi-sugcs. It
cleanses, deodorizes, seethes and heals, ltai
rests the formation et putrid matter. It strikes
at the very heart et the disease. This done, its
constitutional action gradually and thorough
ly removes from the bleed and circulating
lln'.ils the poison that has been sucked up by
the absorbents from purulent matter which
had dropped into the stomach and been in
haled by the lungs. Ask your druggist ter
Sa?feki's Kaeical Cuke.
General Ats.. ViiKKKS & POTTEK. Ilosten.
Cellins1 Voltaic Klcclric Plasters.
Placed ever the centre et the nervous feices,
the pit of the stomach, thev stimulate the
Liver, Stomach anil lleuels, perfect digestion. I
cure Dyspepsia, Jlilleus Celic, Cramps and
rains, ami prevent, Ague anil Malarial ins
eases. Fer Weak and Sere Lungs. Palpitation
et the Heart, Paintul Kidneys, Klicninatlsrn,
Neuralgia and Sciatica, they are the bpst rem
edy in the world. Ask for COLLIMi' VeLATAlO
Electric Plasters. Only 25 cents.
LE! AL.E! AI.KI
I.AWKKNCK KXAPP'S CKI.KUUATKDAD
IVKI.L KNOWN HKAUUHTALE.
Is new ready for consumers, wholesale and
Hotels, Kestalkaxts ane Private Familils
can be supplied with this wholesome and
nourishing beverage. All orders will receive
punctual attention and deliverances made at
s'lert notice. Call or address
Xe. 143 East King btreet,
ectH-lind Imcstcr, Pa.
In large or small amounts. J.3 or $20,000
Writc W. T. SOULE & CO.. Commission Mer
chants, 130 La Salle street, Chicago, HI., for cir
WAXAMAKEK X JSJtOWX.
OAK HALL, PHILADELPHIA.
Theie U a place iu Philadelphia
where a .stranger may buy his clothes,
and fare as well as if he knew the
whole city by heart ; and if knows
nothing about the value of cloths,
or of cletlus, he is as well oil" as
if he were a geed judge of both.
The reason is that everything te
be found there is made theie
made and sold under a system
which rarely allows mistakss te
occur, and which ceirects them if
they de occur.
Oak Hall is the place; and its.
practice may be summed up iu :
few words. If you get there what
you don't want te keep at the
price, you return it, and get yenr
This, means a great ileal mero
than appears en the surface. It
means that you are net going te
get what you will net waut te keep
at the juice, if the lnci chant can
help it. It' means that the clothes
you get theie will be of honest cloths,
honestly made ; and that they will
cost you less fhaii as geed clothes
can be get for elsewhere. It means
tiiat they will be every way better
weith your money than you can get
elsewhere for the same money.
If it means anything less than these
tilings if it means peer cloths, trim
mings, cutting, sewing, or iu any way
dishonest or illiberal dealing; the
return of his goods will plaguu the
merchant, injure his credit and iis-.-,ipate
If it iiieaiisthe.se things if it means
liberal and honorable dealing, valu
able and tuisty clothing, ease and
safety iu getting ii, O.vu Ham. is the
place for you te go te, or te send
te; and it is ueith your while
te knew hew you can send, if it is
inconvenient te go.
Wiite; sav what jour occupation
is ; say what sort of use yen intend
te make of the clothes you want ;
whether for everyday wear or other
wise; what color you prefer, or what
color te avoid ; say about what yen
want te pay ; say everything that
you think may aid v. stranger iu
cheesing for you. Yeu will get in
icply samples of cloths and prices of
whatever you want made; fiein these
cloths. Yeu will get also the means
of haing your measure taken by an
Then: is only one difficulty left.
Somebody has get te take the li.sks
of the dealing ; for there are risks.
Send your money along with your
order. That covers the lisk as te
your geed faith. We risk everything
else ; the fit and your satisfaction
Our trade by mail amounts te half
a million dellais a year; there's no
lea.sen why it shouldn't amount te
Sixth and Market" streets,