Newspaper Page Text
Volume XVn-Xe. 56.
LANCASTER PA., THURSDAY. JSWEMBER 4, 1880
Price Twe Cents.
THE FAVORITES IN
DRESS GOODS NOW.
The following are selling se fast as te indicate that they are
Camel's hair, 44 inches, $1 te S2.e0.
Billiard cloth, 44 inches, l.eO.
Damasscs, 44 inches, 1.2."5.
Jersey cloth, 41 inches, 1.7.".
Plut,h suitinjrs, 44 inches, 1..10.
Armurcs, 44 inches, 1.00.
Novelties, 44 inches, 0.73.
Powder cloth?, 41 inches, 0.73.
Cliudda cloths, 44 inches, 0.GS.
Lupin's meiiness, 20 inches, 0.50 te 0.C0.
Flannel suitings, 0.20 te l,2e.
Plaids, silk and wool, 0.87$.
Plaids, German, 44 inches, 0.30.
Plaids, German, 32 inches, 0.13.
Cashmeres, colored. 28 inches, 0.23.
Cashmeres, colored, 22 inches, 0.124.
J.Iatelasscs, 21 inches, 0.20.
lialcrmes, 22 inches, 0.14.
Our dress goods include almost everything desirable, In many in
stances we are very much belew the market ; never above.
Dress Goods occupy nine counters near Thirteenth street entrance.
Chestnut, Thirteenth and Market streets, and City Hall Square.
"watt, shand & COMPANY"
Call attention le tilth .,(!: of LADIK3,' OKNTLKM K.V.S and CHILDltK.WS
THURSDAY EVENING, NOV. 4, 1880.
Rathven & Fisher
Oircr their entire-stock et
at mid below Cost, with a view et discontinu
ing the KEADY-MADE CLOTHING business,
ami devoting their attention exclusively te
CLOTHING made promptly te order, and
satisfaction in all cases guaranteed. A select
line of Cleths, Cassimerea, Worsteds, Coatings,
Suitings. Cheviots. Meltons", Overceatings.
Vestings, Ac., alwavsen hand and orders re
spectfully 'solicited. Alse, a general line of
r til ui.siiijjg uuuus.
RATH VON & FISHER
Merchant Tailors and Drapers,
Ne. 101 North Queen St., Lancaster, I'a.
SPECIAL These In want of Keady-Slade
Clothing will consult their own interest by
giving tlicni a call before purchasing else
where, as iheir Clothing arc mainly of their
own manufacture and substantially made.
FALL NBUKi ill
Our purchase., li.ive n vcr been iirgcr nor price- mere reasonable.
ir dozen I.adie-,' Vests and Pants at 37.', 15 and .'.
lis de.en (lent-,' Shirts and Dr-.i'ver.s at 'Yi'. anil r;e.
OOdeen all Linen Illicit Towels at Vl':., would lie chiap at 17c.
l,Wi yards Deuble. Fe'd Cashmeres, New Fall Shades, at ITe a yard.
usual priceiiCH yard.
NEW YORK STORE,
S & i O EAST KING STREET.
.: . "
MONDAY, OCTOBER 11th, 1880.
A Complete Stock et
which for elegance cannot b surpassed.
Largest Assortment of
Our Goods are Carefully Selected,
The Designs are Artistic and New,
The Colorings are Rich and Harmonious
The Prices a,re Extremely Reasonable.
ENGLISH AlvTD SCOTCH
in this clly. Prices as low as the lewcstat
?A a.jn, n. cu.
mi. ji mum yuseu eusct.
Wi: ASK YOU TO VISIT lS WIIKN YOU AUK IX WANT OF
J. B. lartin &' Ce., West King St.
BEST DISPLAY OP
-. MILLINEET GOODS
IX LANCAST!! CITY SOW I'KADY AT
M. A. HOUGHTON'S
Ne. 25 NORTH QUEEN STREET.
We haw new ready ler sale an liuiucnse
Fall and Winter,
a i(t Cut and Trimmed In the Latest
We cari givayeu a
GAEFIELD VS. HANCOCK.
FALL, CAMPAIGN OF 1880
Sew opened and the battle has commenced and rages fiercely, and while there may lie
Mime doubt, :i the minds et many persons as te who will be the next President et the Un'ited
States, llnu-ccan be no doubt in the mind of any person in want of CLOTIIINt. as te where
can be bought the cheapest ami the best, either in Iteady-niade or Made te Order.
MYERS & EATHFON,
Centre Hall, Xe. 12 East Kiiif- Street, the Great Clothing Kmperiui;!.
The scrnndsterv room is packed brim full with the greatest, variety of ItEADYSlADE
CLOTHING RillJIfcX. YOUTHS, HOYS AND Ciil LDi'l'N, ail our own mauufaeture. They
arc well made, well trimmed, and the goods are :: 1 sponged before I hey are made u.i in gar
ments. MEN'S ALL WOOL SUITS AS LOW AS $12.00.
Our Piece Goods 111) the first fleer le its utmost capacity, and H nicely arranged, se as te
give the purchaser the advantage of seeing the whole stock in a verv short space et time. We
are prepared te make up le order at the shortest pe.-sibh: notice and at the most reasonable
price. Our stock has been bought for cash and will be sold at a very sinail advance. 15uy your
Clothing at Centre Hall and save one presit. Call and examine our giant sieek ami save money.
MYERS & RATHFON,
Se. 12 EAST K1KU STREET,
h-atciijss, .i!:irj2i,i:r, or.
A new ream and elegant stock. A full line of
In Geld and Silver Cases, at the LOWEST CASH PK1CES. Ileautiiul wedding gifts in
Jewelry, Diamonds, Bronzes, Silverware, and French Clocks.
the best In the world.
is as complete as any in ine larger cities, we manufacture Kings, Masonic Murks, Society
nun, jc tjrj ui an ii.uus, j'uiiiuu i .uuuuuiii; aim any special or emit pieces
MONOGK AMMIXG and Fine Jewelry and Watch repairing a specialty
Call and examine our stecli and leave your repairing with
in auy desired
AH work warranted.
ZahnTs Cerner, Lancaster, Pa.
EDW. J. ZAHM.
GOOD STYLISH SUIT
AS LOW AS $10.00.
In great variety, made te order at short notice
at the lowest price.
D. B. Hostetter & Sen,
24 CENTRE SQUARE,
Fer sale at
SASIIKSFOUlWKADhS, TltI3i MINUS FOlt
SASliES, SADDLE CLOTHS, SUOUL-
DEi: STRAI'S, KELTS, Ac.
Neckties, Entirely Nev Styles.
NEW STYLE COLORS.
UNDERWEAB, GLOVES &c, &c.
K J. ERISMAN'S,
SS NORTH jui:kn stuket.
MOW IS YOUK TIME.
Wonderful Mark Down of
Having done a very lively Campaign Itusl
ncss we new propose te close out enr stock of
REGARDLESS OF COST.
Flags, Banners, Streamers, Portraits, Medals.
Lime Lights or Colored Hand Torches,
Deuble Swing and Star Torches,
Tercli Wick, &c.
Xew is your time te buy cheap for the re
maining parades, and for the jollification aftar
D. S. J3URSK,
17 East Kin? Street. Lancaster.
The Dean's Watch.
Concluded from Yesterday.
- Suddenly, just as I thought the danger
"'"I us-"" nij;ii iiwui iuu aieui uuiue
a sigh se leug, se lugubrious, that it struck
me at once. Something extraordinary
must have happened. I risked a leek.
Te my horror, I saw Mether Gredel, with
open mouth and eyes starting from her
head, staring at the ground beneath the
cask which supported the hogshead. Ne
doubt, she thought that she discovered the
chief of the brigands, hidden there for the
purpose of cutting her threat during the
night. Jly resolution was taken quicklv.
Rising up, I said, in a low voice :
" Madame, for heaven's sake, have pity
en me J I am "
But thereupon, without listening, with
out even looking at me she beiran te scream
like any peacock the .shrillest, the most
ear-piercing screams and at the same
te clamber up the stairs as fast as her fat
body would let her. Almest beside my
self with terror, I clung te her robe fell
en my knees beside her. lint this was
"Help! help! assassins! minder!"
she shrieked. "Oh! eh! Let me go !
Take my money ! " Oh ! eh !"
It was frightful.
" Loek at me, niadame." I tried te sav ;
" I am net what you think."
But she was crazy with fear ; she raved,
she gasped, she bawled at the top of her
lungs se that, had we net been ruder
ground, the whole quarter would have
been aroused. In despair, and furious at
her stupid felly, I clambered ever her back
and gained the deer before her slammed
it in her face, and shoved the belt. Dur
ing the struggle the light had been ex
tinguished, and Mistress Gredel remained
iu the dark, her voice only faintly heard at
Exhausted, almost annihilated, I looked
at Annette, whose distress was equal te
mine. AVe steed listening in silence te the
faint cries. Gradually they died away and
ceased. The peer woman must "have
" O, Kasper !" cried Annette, clasping
her hands. " What is te be done ? Fly !
Save yourself ! Have you killed her ?"
" Killed her v 1 ?" .
" Ne matter fly ! Here quick !"
And shew drew the bar from before the
street deer. I rushed into the street with
out even thanking her ungrateful wretch
that I was. The night was black as ink ink
net a star te be seen, net a lamp lighted,
snow driving before the wind. I ran en
for half anheur, at least, before I stepped
te take breath. I looked up imagine my
despair tbcre I was, right in front of the
Sheep s Feet again. Iu my terror I had
made the tour of the quarter perhaps two
or three tiraesifer aught I knew. My legs
were like least : my knees trcnibled.
The inn, but just before deser&t, was
buzzing like a beehive. Lights went from
window te window. It was full, no doubt
of police agents. Exhausted with hunger
and fatigue, desperate, net knowing where
te find rcluge, I took the most singular of
all my resolutions.
" Faith," said I te myself, " one death
as well as another ! It is no worse te be
hung than te leave one's bones en the read
te the Black forest. Here gees !"
And I entered the inn, -te deliv
er myself up te justice. Besides the
shabby men with crushed hats and
big sticks, whom I had already ' seen in
the morning, who were going and coming,
and prying everywhere, before a table
were seated the grand provost Zimmcr,
dressed all in black, solemn, keen-cved.
and the secretary Reth, with his red wig,
imposing smile, and great, flat cars, like
ej'ster shells. They paid hardly any at
tention at all te me a circumstance
which at once modified my resolution. I
took a seat in one corner of the hall, be
hind the great stove, in company with two
or three of the neighbors, who had run in
te sec what was going en, and called
calmly for a pint of wine and a plate of
Annette came near betraying me.
"Ah, geed heavens !" she exclaimed ;
" is it possible that you arc here ?"
But luckily no one noticed her exclama
tion, and I ate my meal with better appe
tite, and listened "te the examination of
the geed lady Gredel, who sat prepped up
in a big arm-chair, with hair disheveled,
and eyes dilated by her fright.
"Of what agedidthismau seem te be ?"'
asked the provost.
"Forty or fifty, sir. It was an immense
man, with black whiskers or brown I
don't knew exactly which and a long
nose and green eyes."
" Had lie no marks of any kind scars
for instance V"
"Ne I cau't remember. Luckily, I
screamed se loud he was frightened ; and
then I defended myself with my nails.
He had a great hammer, and pistols. He
seized me by the threat. And ! you knew,
sir, when one tries te murder yen, vett
have te defend yourself."
" Nothing mere natural, mere legiti
mate, my dear madamc. Write, M. Reth :
'The courage and presence of mind of this
excellent lady were truly admirable' "
Then came Annette's turn, who simply
declared that she had been se frightened
she could remember nothing.
" This will de," said the provost. " If
further inquiry is necessary, we will re
The examination being thus ended every
one departed, and I asked Madame Gredel
te give me a room for the night. She did
net in the least recollect ever having seen
"Annette," she gasped, " take the gen
tleman te the little green room in the
third siery. As for myself, sir, you see I
cannot even stand en my les ! O ceed
drew near the inn and, net without fear
and trembling, I jumped out of bed and
rushed te the window te see. what new dan
They were bringing the terrible band te
confront it with Madame Gredel Dick. My
peer companions came down the street be
tween two files of policemen, and followed
by a nerfect avalanche of racamuffins.
yelling and hissing like true savages.
I ItAft Tmc n.ii Pramnx Itendstiil'f'Lis'l - It te
son Ludwig, then Carl and Wilfrid, and
last of all, stout Bertha, who walked by
herself, lamenting her fate all the while
in heartrending tone :
"Fer Heaven's sake, gentlemen, for
Heaven's sake, have pity en a peer iuuo iuue
cent harpist ! I kill ! I rob ! Oh !
geed Lord ! can it be possible '?"
And she wrunsr her hands. The ethers
looked doleful enough as they walked with
heads bent and disheveled hair hanging
ever their faces.
The precession, rabble and all, turned
into the dark alley which led te the inn.
Presently the guards drove out the eager
crowd, who remained outside in the mud,
with their noses flattened against the win
I dressed myself quickly and opened my
oer te see it there were net some chance
of escape ; but I could hear voices and
footsteps going te and fro down stairs, and
made up my mind that the passages were
well guarded. My deer opened en the
landing, just oppesit-c the window which
our midnight visitor of the night before
must have used in his flight. At first I
paid no attention te this window, but.
while I remained listening, en a sudden I
perceived that it was open that there
was but little snow en the sill ; and, draw
ing near, I perceived that there were fresh
tracks along the wall. I shuddered at this
discovery. The man had been there again ;
perhaps he came every night. The cat, the
weasel, the ferret, all such beasts of prey,
nave tncir accustomed paths in this way.
In a moment everything was clear te my
"Ah," thought I, "if chance has thus
put the assassin's fate in my hands, my
peer comrades may be saved."
Just at this moment the deer of the
saloon was opened, and I could hear seme
words of the examiuatien going en.
" De you admit having participated, en
the 20th of this month, in the assassina
tion of the priest Ulmet Elias?"
Then followed some words which I could
net make out, and the deer was closed
again. I leaned ray head en the baluster.
debating in my mind a great, a heroic res
olution. " Heaveu has; put the fate of my
companions in my hands. I can save
them. If I recoil from such a duty, I shall
be their murderer ! ray peace of mind, ray
honor, will be' gene forever ! I shall feel
myself themest contemptible of men?"
Fer a long time I hesitated, but all at
once my resolution was taken, I descend
ed the- stairs and mad.e my way into the
"Have you never seen this watch?"
the provost was saying te Gredel. "Try
te recollect, madam."
Without awaiting her answer I advanced
and replied myself in a firm voice : " This
watch, sir, I have seen in the hands of the
assassin himself ; I recognize it and I can.
deliver the assassin into your hands this
very night, if you will but listen te me."
Profound silence for a moment followed
my address. The astounded officials look
ed at each ether ; my comrades seemed te
revive a little.
Who are you, sir?" demanded the
C"1 KA1M Sl'KUIJLATIOa
J In large or small amounts. 425 or $20,000
Writc W. T. SOULK & CO., Commission ller
chants, ISO La Salle street, Chicago, 111., for cir
Lord ! geed Lord ! what does net one
have te go through in this world ?"
With this she fell te sobbing, which
seemed te relieve her.
" Oh, Kasper, Kasper !'' cried Annette,
when she had taken me te my room and
we were alone, "who would have believed
that you were 0110 of the band ? I can
never, never forgive myself for having
loved a brigand 1"
" Hew ? Annette, you tee ?" I ex
claimed. " Thi8 is tee much !"
"Ne, no!" she cried, throwing her
arms about my neck, "you are net one of
them you are tee geed for that. Still
you are a brave man just the same te have
I explained te her that I should have
died of cold outside, aud that this alone
had decided me. After a few minutes,
however, we parted, se as net te arouse
Mether Grcdel's suspicions ; and having
made certain that none of the windows
opened en a wall, and that the belt en the
deer was a geed one, I went te bed aud
was seen fast asleep.
When I drew the curtain of my bed next
morning, I saw that the window panes
were white with snow, which was heaped
up also en the sill without. I thought
mournfully of my peer comrades' fate.
Hew they must have suffered from cold !
Old Bremer and big Bertha especially
my heart ached 'for them. ;,
While I was absorbed inStiesc sad re
flections a strangtfneisc aroaKeutsidc. It
provost recovering himself.
"I am the comrade of these unfortunate
men, and I am net ashamed te own it," I
cried ; for all of them though peer are
honest. Net one of them is capable of
committing the crime they are accus
Once mere there was silence. The great
Bertha began te sob under her breath.
The provost seemed te reflect. At last,
looking at me sternly, he said :
"Where de yen pretend you will fiud
the assassin for us?"
" Here, sir, in this house ; and. te con
vince you, I only ask te speak one moment
te you in private."
"Come," said he, rising.
He motioned te the chief detective,
Madec, te fellow us, and we went out.
I ran quickly up stairs, the ethers close
behind me. On the third story I stepped
before the window, and pointed out the
tracks in the snow.
"There are the assassin's footsteps,"
said I. "This is where he passes every
evening. Night before last he came at
two o'clock iu the morning. Last night
he was here ; no doubt he will return to
night." The provost and Madec looked at the
footsteps for several moments without say
ing a word.
"And hew de you knew these are the
footprints of the murderer?" asked the
chief of police, incredulously.
I told them aTbeut the man's entrance
into our garret, and pointed out above us
the lattice through which I had watched
his flight in. the moonlight. " It was only
by accident," I said, "that I had dis
covered the feet-prints this morning."
"Strange!" muttered the provost.
" This modifies considerably the position
of the prisoners. But hew de you ex
plain the murderer being in the cellar ?"'
"The murderer was myself, sir."
And I related in a few words the events
of the nisrht before.
"That will de," said he, and then, turn
ing the chief of police, continued :
" I must confess, Madec, that this fid
dlers' story has seemed te mc by no means
conclusive of their having had anything
te de with the murders. Besides, their
papers establish, for several of them, an
alibi very hard te disprove. Still, young
man, though the account yen give us has
the appearance of being true, you will re
main in our power until it is verified.
Madec, de net lese sight of him, and take
your measures accordingly."
With this he he went down stairs, col
lected his papers, and ordered the prison
ers te be taken back te jail. Then, cast
ing a leek of contempt at the corpulent
landlady, he took his departure, followed
by his secretary.
"Madamc," said Madec, who remained
with two of his men, "you will please
preserve the most profound silence as te
what has taken place. Alse, prepare for
this brave lad here the same room he oc
cupied night before last."
His tone admitted of no reply, and
Madamc Gredel premised by all that was
sacred te de whatever they wishcd,.if they
would only save her from the brigands.
"Give yourself no uueasjness about the
brigands," replied Madec. " We will stay
here all day and all night te protect you.
Ge quietly about your affairs, and begin
by giving us breakfast. Yeung man, will
you de me the honor te breakfast with
My situation did net permit mc te de
cline this offer. I accepted.
Wc were seen seated in front of a ham
and a bottle of Rhine wine. The chief of
police, in spite of his leaden face, his keen
eye, and great nose like the beak of an
eagle, was a jelly enough fellow after a
few glasses of wine. He tried te seize
Annette by the waist as shi passed. He
told funuy stories, at which the ethers
shouted with laughter. I, however, re
mained silent, depressed.
"Come, young man,"said Madec, with
a laugh, " try te forget the death of your
estimable grandmother. We arc all mor
tal. Take a geed drink and chase awav
all these gloomy thoughts."
Se the time slipped away, amid clouds
of tobacco smoke, the jingling of glasses
and clinking of cans. We sat apart dur
ing the day in one corner of the saloon.
Guests came te drink as usual, but they
paid no attention te us. At nine o'clock
however, after the watchman had gene his
round, Madec rose.
"New," said he, "wc must attend te
our little business. Cleso the deer and
shutters softly, madamc, softly. There,
veu and Mademoiselle Annnttn W . t .-
The ehief and his two followers drew
from their pockets bars of iron leaded at
the ends with leaden balls. Madec put a
fresh cap en his pistol and placed it care
fully in the breast pocket of his overcoat
se as te be ready at hand.
Then wc mounted te the garret. The
tee attentive Annette had lighted a fire in
the stove. Madec, muttering an oath be
tween his teeth, hastened te threw some
water en the coals. Then he pointed te
'If you have any mind for it," said he
te me, "you e-.m sleep."
He blew out the candle, and seated
himself with his two acolytes in the back
part of the room against the wall. I
threw myself en the bed, murmuring a
prayer that heaven would send the assas
sin. 'The hours rolled by. Midnight came.
The silence was se profound I could
scarcely believe the three men sat there
with eye and car slraincd te catch the
least movement, tha slihtcs sound. Min
ute after minute passed slowly slowly. I
could net bleep. A thousand terrible
images chased each ether through my
urain. une e cled: struck two yet
nothing no one appeared.
At three o'clock one of the policemen
moved. I thought the man was coming,
one an was silent again aa before. 1 began
te think that Madec would take mc for an
imposter, te imagine hew he would abuse
mc in the morning. And then my peer
comrades instead of aiding, I had only
riveted their chains !
The time seemed new te pass only tee
rapidly. I wished the night might last
forever, se as te preserve at least a ray of
hope for me.
I was going ever the same torturing
fancies for the hundredth time, when 011 a
cuuuuii, wiwieiil my naving ncaru me
least sound, the window opened, two eves
gleamed in the aperture. Nothing moved
in the garret.
"They have gene te sleep'." thought I,
in an agony of suspense.
The heed remained there motionless
watchful. The villain must suspect some
thing ! Oh ! hew my heart thumped the
bleed coursed through my veins ! And yet
cold beads of sweat gathered en my fore
head. I ceased te breathe.
Several minutes passed thus ; then, sud
denly, the man seemed te have decided ;
he glided down into the garret, with the
same noiseless caution as en the previous
But at the same instant a cry .1 terrible
short, thrilling cry vibrated through the
Then the whole house was shaken from
garret te cellar by cries the stamping of
feet hearse shouts. I was petrified" by
terror. The man bellowed the ethers
drew their breaths in quick gasps then
came a heavy fall which made th'e fleer
crack and I heard only the gnashing of
teeth and clink of chain.
".Light !" cried the terrible Madec.
By the flame of the burning coals, which
cast a bluish light through the room, I
could dimly sec the police-officers crouched
ever the body of a man infcis shirt-sleeves :
one held him by the threat, the knees of
the ether rested upon hu chest; Madec
was roughly clasping the handctili's en his
wrists. The man lay as if lifeless, save
that from time te time one of his great
legs, naked from knee te ankle, was raised
and struck the fleer with a convulsive
movement. His eyes were starting from
their sockets ; a bleed-stained foam had
gathered upon his lips.
Hardly had I lighted the caudle when
the officers started back with an exclama
And all three rose te thejr feet, looking
at each ether with pale faces.
The bloodshot eye of the assassin turned
toward Madec ; his lips moved, but only
after several seconds I could hear him mur
mur: " What a dream ! Geed Ged ! what n
Then a Mih, and he lay motionless
I drew near te leek at him. Yes, it was
he, the man who had overtaken us en tie
read te Heidelberg, and advised us te turn
back. Perhaps even then he had a pre
sentiment that we would be the cause of
his ruin. Madec, who had recovered from
his surprise, saw that he did net meve, aud
that a thread of bleed was oozing along
the dusty fleer ; he bent ever him and tore
asunder the besom of his shirt : lie had
stabbed himself te the heart with his huge
" Eh !" said Madec, with a siuistcrsmile.
"Monsieur the dean has cheated the gallows
He knew where le strike, and has net
missed his mark. De you stay here," he
continued te us. I will go and inform
I remained with the two police agents
watching the corpse.
By eight o'clock next morning all Hei
delberg was electrified with the news.
Daniel Van der Berg, dean of the woolen
drapers, possessed of wealth and position
such as few enjoy who could believe that
he had been the terrible assassin ?
A hundred different explanations were
offered. Seme said the rich dean had been
a somnambulist, and therefore net re
sponsible for his actions ; ethers, that he
had murdered from pure love of bleed
he could have had no ether motive for such
a crime. Perhaps both theories were true.
MR MEY PAD!
A NEW DISCOVERY.
That acts directly en the Kidncvs. Hladder
and Urinary Organs, by nbserling"aU humors,
every trace or disease, and forcing into the
system powerful and healthful vegetable
Ienics", giving it wonderful oewer te ciin
IMIX IX THK ISACK.Sideur.d. Leins. Inflarn
matieii anil DrightV Disease el the Kidnev.,
1; ravel, Drepsv, Diabetes. Stene In the mad
der. Inability te Ketain or Kxpcl the Trine,
High Colored. Scanty or Painful Urinating,
1'eiuvslU. Shred- or Cast.- In tin Trim.
NEUVOrS AND PHYSICAL UKKlI.I'rV,
nnil in tact any ilise:we of tliee great eran-i.
It avoids entirely the troubles and dau'geiset
taking nan-cons and poisonous medicines. It
N comfortable, safe, pleasant and rclfe-ble In
itsell'eels. jvtpcwerlal in It action. U e.m
b? worn at all .easen. in :m- climate, and is
ei-ually geed for .11 AN. WOMAN ClStl.Il.
Ask your drusi-t for it and accept no imi
tation or substitute, or send te us and receive
it by return mail.
Kegular Pad. i; Special Pad, for Chronic,
dten-seateil. or e.ises of lenij Maiidimr. ?';
Children's Pad, prevention an. 1 i-nn. et sum
mer complaint, weak kiilnevs and bed wet
Day Kidney Pad Company,
EASTKUS Alt KXC Y,
CHARLES X. CRiTTSXTOX,
11."; Pulton St., Ne-.v Yerk.
$500 REWARD !
OVKIt A MILLION" OP
Have already been sold in this country and in
Fiance: every one of which lias -:iveu perleet
.satisfaction, and has perliirmed cure- every
time when used according te directions. V!
new .say le the alilietud'uii'l doubting ones
that we wil pay the above reward lern single
Hal tile Pad faiU te cure. This Creat 'remedy
will Pesltivelv ami Permanently cure l.tiui l.tiui
b:if?e. Lame hack. Selatiea. ("ravel. Diabetes,
Dropsy, Itrijjht'.s Discuse of the Kidneys, In
continence and Kctcntieu et the Urine, In In
llamiuatieti of the KHnevn, Catarrh el the
P.laddcr. lli-U Colored Urine. Pain in the
Hack. Side or Leins, Xerveus Weakness, and
in fact nil disorders!)!" thellladderand Urinary
Organs whether contracted by private disease
f.ADIKS, if you are siinVrliiK from t-'emu'e
Wcakncs.. Lciicerrliau, or any disease et th:
Kiilney.-i, Itladdcr, or Urinary Organs,
YOU CAN US CUKED I
nauseous medieim-, by
FRENCH KIDNEY RAD,
WHICH cukes i;y aksokptiex.
FUK.NCHIvlDNKY PAD, ami take, no ether.
If hu has net $; it, scud sF2 anil you will re
ceive the Pud ly return mall, l-'ersale by
JAMl'S A. r.KVElIS,
Odd Fellows. Mali, Columbia, Pa.
Sold only by Ui'O: W. HULL.
Dr:ifjf?i.st, 1." Vv. Kim; St., Lam-aster, Pa.
Prof. Gnilmeite's French Liver
Will positively eur.
Ague, Ague Cake. 1
Dyspepsia and all
Stomach and illoed.
for Pret. (Juilmette's
and Liver, free by mail. Address
FRENCH PAD COMPANY,
Fever and Ajcue. IJiin-.ii
iliieiis I-ever, '.tmidiee.
di-rases of !!.- Liver.
Pi ii I.l) b- mail, semi
i'i-:ttie:tim tin: Ki'!:ic;,.-i
Lydia E. Pinkhain,
OF LYNN, MASS.,
Her YrgalaMe Coinf-er-i'd the P.ivier
of I?cr Sex.
Health, Hepo and Eeppincsa
b Loved hy the use of
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
The Positive Cur Fer
AH Female Complaints.
In the somnambulist the will is (lend ; lie
is governed by his animal instincts alone,
be they pacific or sanguinary : and in Mas
ter Daniel Van der Berg, the cruel face,
the flat head swollen behind the cars, the
green eyes, the long bristling mustache,
all proved that he unhappily belonged te
the feline family terrible " race, which
kills for the pleasure of killing.
Ge te II. U. Cochran, drngpist 137 and 133
North Queen street ler Mr. Freeman's New
National Dyes. Fer brightness and durability
et color are uncqualcd. Celer from 2 te 5
pounds. Price, 15 cents.
lien's the Itabjr,
"Hew's the diaby?" "His croup is better
this morning, thank yen, we gave him some
Themas' Eclectrfc Oil as yen advised, doctor,
and shall give him seme mere In an hour or
se.'' Next day the doctor pronounced the
yeungutcr cured. Fer sale by II. It. Cochran,
druggist, 137 and 139 North Queen street, L:m
cister. Pa. ' " 1
"Viril6.KSAI.'E AMD RETAIL.
Ne. 227 NORTH PRINCE
This preparation, :is it-, name sisi'Hie.s, eon
Hisls et Vegetable Properties thtit are liarmle.-.s
te I h most delicate invalid. Upen one trial
tliemeiit.serihis eompeund wIM be lecignized,
as relict Is iiiimedi'i!e;ani! when its iistii-renii
tinned, iu niticty-tiine eases in a hundred. :i
permanent curt: Is cltcctcd, as thousand- n ill
testify. On account of its proven merits, it i.-.
te-day recommended and prescribed by tiiu
best phyc.icians in the country.
It will cure entirely the worst form of fallin;;
of the uterus, Leiicoiriie.M, irregular and ;ain
tul Menstruation, all Ovarian Trouble-', ln ln
llammatien and Ulceration, Ploediugs, all Dis
placements and tin- eeii..s'i-uent :pin:d vwal'-in-s-4.
and i.s especially a-.lapicd te the Ciauge
In tact it has proved te be the gnsiiCifc ami
best remedy that has ever been discovered. IL
permeates every portion of the system, and
liives new li'eaud vixer. It removes falntness,
llatiilency, destroys all craving ler stiniulantM,
and relieves wcakiies: of t!--siuiac!i.
It cures i:ie.itiu-r. Headaches, Nervous Pros
tration. e!icral Debility. .Sleeplessness!, De-mvs-feien
and Indigestion. That teellngef bear
ing down, causing pain, weight and backache.
Is always permanently cured by its use. It
will at all tiiftes. and under all circumstances,
act In harmony with the law that govern the
for Kidney cemptaints of cither ss tie.-,
Compound l:t un.surpas-e.d.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
Is; prepared at ii" and 25"i Western Aventi".
Lynn, Sins'!. Price f I. Six bottles ler fi. "nl
by mall in the form et pills, a!-e in the form of
lozenges, en receipt et price, $1 per box, ler
either. Sirs. I-I.VKHASI Ircely answers all let
ter of inquiry. Send ter pamphlet. Addre.-.s
as above. Mention this jutjter.
N'e family should be without LYDIA .':.
PIXKIIA3IS LIVKUPILI". They cure Con
stipation. i'illeuMicss anil Terpidi.y et the
Liver. 25 cents per box.
Johnsten. Holleway & Ce.,
. General Agents, rfiilade'ii'itii.
Fer sale by C. A. Leher,'J Kast King utrtet.
and Gee. V". Hull, IS West King street.
WM. P. FBATT.EY'S
MOHTJMBS TAL MARBL3 WORKS
758 Nerin vjnecn Street, Laneistcr, Pa.
MONUMENT-, IlKAD AND FOOT SsTONKS
CKJIKTLi;! LOTS ENCLOSED. c.
All work guaranteed ami autidlactiuiiK en
in every particular.
N. IS. llenictnber.weritsa.. the extreme cntl
et North Queen street- ui