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.SOBS KtAJSTOASTJSB DAILY ENTEIilJGSlKOjGIR. MONDAY, JUNE 23, 1888.
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: T.inhrm connection
The Death or Jrnlge Tninkcr.
ThmlMilhef Judge Jehn Trunkey.ef
the iupreme court of tbia state, will be
widely regretted wnerever ins juuichu
3. nmbltv ana (Treat, iegiu leurmuB co
i iwwn. ire was a brilliant ornament et
f V .. I.IJ...I I..J!!t .tl..,n1 f ttin alnlv
f. IMBlgUW JUUW1M miuuuui .. ..., ...,
$ v and since his election in 1877 he has been
fr, tiding new laurels te theso which he had
p gained while administering justice en the
,incb. in Yenance county, no w
teminatedby a vote of 125 te 121 for
rurman Sheppard, of Philadelphia, and
he was chosen te efflceby a majority
,620 ever Judge Sterrett. The wisdom
et his choice has been amply vindicated
luce by the high repute which has at
tached te his legal deliverances.
The death of Judge Trunkey will bring
fcbeat the election et Judge J. 11. Mc Mc
UeUum, of Susquehanna county, the
nominee et the recent Democratic con
vention. In Article V., Section 10, of
the new constitution, it Is provided that
whenever two judges of the supreme
court are te be chosen for the same term
of service, each voter shall vote for ene
only." And in section 25, of the same
iirticle, It is provided that " nny vacancy
liappenlng by death, resignation or otli etli
irwlse, in any court of record, shall be
Jllled by the appointment by the governor,
te continue till the first Monday of Jan
uary next succeeding the first general
islectien, which shall occur three or mere
Months after the happening of such va
cancy." In ether words,Governer lleaver
anay appoint a judge te (ill the vacancy
up te the first Monday of January, when
the judge chosen by the people takes his
Judge McCollum, who will thus be
chosen for twenty-one years te a seat en
the supreme bench et the state without
any effort en his part, is just finishing a
ten-year term en the common pleas bench
et Susquehanna county. IIe Is reported
lobe possessed of solid judicial qualities.
find of ripe legal learning, nnd will, no
doubt, de credit te the wisdom of theso
who were responsible for his choice
IV hat Are Facts.
The New Yerk Star publishes a letter
Trem a Mew Yerk man en his travels
through the Keystone state, nnd his
jrtery would be Inexpressibly sad If it
could be accepted as entirely true. 1 In tells
of a profane millionaire he met In a small
Manufacturing town near llnrrlsburg.
xHia furnaces nnd rolling mills covered
eres, and he owned great iron mines aid
most of the town. Ife boasted that he
traa worth $3,000,000 and added, " 1
aten'tglvead ; my men havoget te
vote the Kepubllcau ticket, nnilwhat'd
Snore, by they knew it I"
The New Yerker then lolls hew he
went among the working men and found
ta peer creature in the guise of a man who
aid he would like te knew something
about Democracy, what It meant, lie
reuld read but could net alTerd a news
paper en his Bcanty wages of $1.60 a day.
' he boss sent papers into the shops oc
casionally with many nrtlcles marked,
nnd these he weekly lead and noted ac
cordingly. It is net by any means pleasant te have
this miserable specimen held up te the
New Yerk public as a sample Pennsyl
vania iron-worker. It is a shameful fact
that rabid partisan employers hnve sought
te control the votes of their men In the
way described, nnd in some cases have
succeeded, but a man who could reach
mature age and remain in iguorauce et
the meaning of Democracy, taking his
mental feed in dese3 furnished by his
employer, Is hardly worthy of pity. Ne
doubt there are a few men of this kind
scattered ever the state, but if they care
te think new and then, for variety's sake,
It must occur te them that the prophe
cies made by their employers four ears
go have net been fulfilled ; that inspite
ct Democratic triumph the ceunti has
net gene te the dogs, and that the Dem
ocrats having a part intet est in th fate
(t the nation would hardly de me thing
The average Pennsylvania iron nnd
teel worker and miner is quite up te the
kvel of the average New Yeik mechanic
ia intelligence and spirit, and net halt se
easily controlled by hair-brained socialists
reem' f ulrchlld te Curtis,
anasjtary Pali-child has taken the
ijjfetowrlte a letter te Geerge Wil
.m Curtis, president of the New Yerk
Civil Ssrvlce lieferm association, deny
lug the charges of violation of civil ser
vice reform rules by removals in the cus
toms service at New Yori. There had
been some manifest evils in the appraise
ment et sugar In New Yerk, and the sec
retary removed two brothers, Edward
and Jehn Bherer, the chief chemist and
polarlsceplst in the sugar division. This
the association claimed was dena for
political purposes. The secretary shows
conclusively that there was geed reason
for the removals, one result which has
followed them being that the government
new collects $S00 a day mere from sugar
importers than it did while the Sherer
brothers were in charge.
It Is a conclusive answer. These who
Lave attempted te break down the civil
ervlce record et this administration find
themselves in the position of him who
beats the idle wind.
Wlml a miserable fiectacle .Senater
Ingalla presents In the letter that lie wrote
about the Republican situation In
Chicago 1 lie assails Depcw as tee
closely allied te corporations nnd declares
f his candidacy that the Republicans
lgut as well nominate Gould or Yan
4wbUt at once." In the -Bame letter he
y that he has "the use et the wires
during the convention by the courtesy
at the 'Weatem Union company."
Of course, Ingaiu did net write this
Jwlter for publication, but its authenticity
Ja net denied. Thus the defamer et dead
heroes makes his public record a shade
Mr. Lewell, the poet, li 111.
Incialls aaya "It does net make much
ditTorence who la nominated." He the
Inealls want candidate who can "get
contribution from Uie manufacturer and
Wall street." JJut there will tie no tarlir
Reare this year.
Hcikktifie wisR mrn never aeem te
tire of iHrrlng up thelr learned brethren of
mere conservative profession and are par
tlcnlarly Joyful when they nnd thodhinltled
and dusty maateri of the lair within reach
of their Bclenllfle beet tee.
A startling attack el this kind was begun
at the recent meeting et the Medical auecl
atlen at Cincinnati, when Dr.T, D.Crothers
read an outlay en the Medice-Legal Holatlena
of Alchelis Trance, In ether words, en the
responsibility of an lntoxlcatedomnauibu lntexlcatedomnauibu lntoxlcatedemnauibu
list. Ter the essayist preyed by many
anthontle oaseB and by high authority that
It la net unutual for a drunken man te pass
into an alcholle trance. He la then "lit
erally an automaton and acts without mem
ory or consciousness of passing oventa a
state whleh may last 'Irem a few minutes
te soveral days." Science and the Ameri
can Journal of Psychology both glve
extended notices of this essay and
note the large number of criminal
cases clted. It la shown that any special
act (if this trance state may spring from an
Impression formed In the distant pnat, and
the person la n helplesa mental wall with
out knowledge el right or wrong, and ab
solutely without niomery of anything that
he may de In this condition. Then oemes
a grave and Impressive arraignment el the
doctors of the law. Thonresont troatment
el lnobrlates In cnuf (s Is branded as noth
ing less than legal barbarism, founded en
error and suporstltlen. It will net de In
the face of preved solentlllo faets for law
yers tn say that "drunkonneea Is no ex.
ouseforcilmr." "lnobrlety In all cases
must be rcgarded ns a disease, and the
patient forced te ube the means et recov
ery." If theso nutherltlca nre right, and thore la
no reasen te doubt thorn, ItBOema clear that
the courts throughout Christendom are
dally punishing men who are lrrospenslblo
and practically lnsane. The community
must as a moniure et aolf-pretootlon and as
a matter el duty nnd Juttlce treat this ills ills ills
oevory in n humaue and onllghtenod spirit
Asyluma for lnobrlates should be oncour encour onceur
agod and men drifting towards that condi
tion be made te roallze the torrlble danger
of uncoil i e'ntts but net blameleaa crime.
I'iiir.ADKi.rifiA claimed te be the hottest
oltyef the country last week. Lancaster
challenges It with a record far up In the
nlnetlcs for soveral days.
Tun victory in Ore son was wen by the
KermbllcanB bocause et the moneply that
the Northern 1'aolfle railroad possesses In
that pocket-borouich. He let ua hear lesa
about this Republican triumph In Oregon.
Jehn M. Tiiuusten, the temperary
chairman of the Chicago convention, la
charged with having Hed te Canada when
Heme lobby work In the Nebraska loglsla leglsla loglsla
turew&s belug prubed. Of such are the
ItepubllCAii leaders 1
Tin: Hepubllcan journals are new taking
thelr whaclca at thu Hepubllcan platform.
The Colerado Hprlngs (lazdlc, ene of the
leading Hepubllcan ergana In the llecky
Meunlulus, nnd moteespcclally in Colerado,
Bpeaklng editorially et the platform adopted
by the ChleaRn convention, says : The
Hepubllcan pUtfnrm la a disappointment.
It Is, howevor, large eneugh te held alt bat
Chluamen. It locks the rlutc of the Hopub Hepub
llcan platforms of 1S5H and IbGO or even that
of 1SSI, when MrongrenvIatlonBotiigbtaud
wrong prompted cvery utterance. Tue
evident lack of conviction has substituted
for n statement of principles a long apoelal
plea for the Hepuhllcan party onde eovero
nrralgnment of the Damocratle party. It
ban net thu nober dignity et statesmanship,
lmtkklHful plcadlug et a smart attorney.
Ju seme parts It Is se manifestly unfair and
tricky that It Is utmost an lnault te the In
tolllcenco of the voters of the country."
Tims Is the last week of turc.ilniuonte
soriuei u and of June.
Tmi peauli crop tills jear Is proinlseil te
be larger than any year alnce 1875, which
la g)0il newM following the faet that Btraw Btraw
barrlea worn nover ticl ter thou In thin year
' 1 liftvn used llurdeck Meed Hitlers with
guuitbuiK IU for liullJesiKm and rmiHtlpuilen
et thuliewulH" (). I., xiialen. llainllteii. Out.
1 ei Biilii by II. it. Uecliran,dMiKllst,U7uua
U.l North (Jneuu Hti'eet, I-ancuster.
I ixiiiciii uvdlclnn in thlrteeu stali'n,lm
lintlilnif hel)"il inn till 1 used Kly'H Cumin
Jlalm. in tout Onys 1 rnuld heur us well ns
ner. 1 nin ciunl hi catarrh in well. Itlstliu
hunt luedli'luii uer ustil. Uurictt Wldilck,
HiutlnKP, N. V.
1 coma frui'Kly ppeAk; II wasiilmnst Impoi Impei Impoi
sllile te lilintli llneiiKh my unstrllB. UelriK
Kly'ti Cieuni Halm a short time thu tmiible en
tltt'ly ilUnnpe ir.ul. .1 . e. Tichenor, Hlieu Mei
chain. Kllnliullj, N..I, H'J'JwdcedAw
SHlLOU'SUUItK will linniedlately lellnve
Urniip, v hoeplnx t'eiiKh and llrenchttls. "or
HiiUibyll, ii. Cochran, OiUKKUt. Ne, H7Neith
The latest and html form of rapid trnnslt Is
feru poison troubled ulth u sick huiidiichete
tnkuudose e Dr. Loellu's Hpeclal l'runeilp.
tlennud whuia rapid transll tmlu the uilllc uilllc
tleu takes for Us Uepiuturu. b ndvertlHO
liieut liiniiotlierceliiiun. decAVlyd(l)
WIihi We Maui,
Ult llo'.eeonath liU pollets, Allepath hlx
pills; lint ier rheumatism, fernchee, xirimliis
unit sprains, Uhemas' JCclcclrte Oil In lncllably
superierintllhtir. It has benefited as many
ptoplem It hat had purcha9e, All druifKUls
sell it. I ormleby li. II. Cochran dniKulut, 187
una U'l NeitU Queen Btreut, Lancastvr.
(Hunt It Out."
The abeve Is an old saw as caruKU ns It U
eoiibeliss ou can't erunteul" dyspepsia,
nor 111 or ceinplulnl, nor norveniiifM It ihuy
once net u (teod held 'ihey don't luniove
theinielv In that way. 'ihe lakltiK a lew
doses of llurdeck Uloed Hitter 1 belter than
"gruntlnu tteiit." What we can euro let's
nolcmluie KorHaleltyll.il Cochran, dtiiK
Blst,137and 13U North Queen struet, l.uucuster.
WU1' WII.I. M)U COUOIt when Shlleh's
Cure will give Iminedlatu relief. 1'rlcu loots.,
Wcta.nnan FersalubyII.il Cochran, Drnn
gist. Ne l'J7 .North Quoeu stroet. (0)
Vuu Cau Drpeed ou it.
"forgevere tonthacbe and neuralgia of the
head 1 neit Ttemat' Kelectric Oil. 'Ihla
certainly the txi't 'hlnif I ever knew fnr relief
et nln of any kind 'the house Is never with
out it." Mm A M rranlr, 177 w. Tttpper
street, llotrue, S 1 'nr tale by If II. (,och
ran, dniKKtat, U7 aud IS) North Uueea street,
Is Coiisumpilen Iucamnu.
Held the following Mr. ClI.lInrrts.Newartr.
Arte, says " as de n with Abscess et Lungi.
and friends and physicians pronounced me an
Incurable Consumptive. lU'an taklntf l)r
KIuk's New HlKCOery for Consutnptlen, in
new en my third bottle, and able toeertM the
work en my farm. It Is the nnest medicine
Jesse 11 ldillewim, Decatur. Ohie, says' "Had
It net been ler l)r Kind's New uiscuvurv ler
Censumpilnn,! would havodledef J.iiiikTioii J.iiiikTieii
bles. K8KlVen up by doctors. Am new In
best el health " '1 ry lu. Sample bottles free at
11 U. Cochran's l)nii( Stere, Nea. 137 and si
NorthQueen street, Iantasler, l'a: (5)
TUK KhV. OKO H.TllAYKU.nf llourben
Indsays "lleth myself und wife ewe our
lives te Bllll.dira CONUUMfTION CUHKM,
or sale by II. 11. Cochran, Druggist, Ne 137
North Queen streeu (J)
This remedy Is becoming se well known
and se popular as te need no spuclal mention.
All who have ued KleclHe Hitter sing thu
same song of praise. A purer mtdlclne does
net exist, und It Is (tuaranttx-d tedn all that Is
claimed, hlectrle Hitters wUl cure all dlseascs
et the l.lver and Kidneys, will remove l'lui l'lui
pleu.llells. Suit Kbeam and ether affections
caused by Impure bleed. will dilvn Malsila
from the system and prevent as wll ns euro
all Malarial Vevers. for curu et Headache,
Constipation and Indigestion try Klictrlc
lilttora-Kntl'e satUlacHen guaranteed or
money refunded. It1ce tee and ll.tw per bot
tle at U, U. Cochran's Drug Stere, t&j
l'aiLADBLraiA. MenOAjr, Jane U, lSBf.
Stuffs that wee whatever- air
fs going :
Cnylen riannelB a
Plenty mere el the same
breezy build. Yeu feel cooler
for even looking at them.
The no-dust real Shantung
Pongee Silk at $5 the piece of
1 9 or 20 yards is again en the
counters. We've sold twice as
much this year as last. Why
net? The price is ridiculously
low. There is no likelihood
that importers will next season
repeat the losses of this. That
means higher prices. New is
the harvest time for Pongee
Printed India Silks. We
have passed them en te you by
the thousands of pieces this
year. Many of the .best styles
are still in full force. We
quicken their pace by reducing
ft Printed Inaia ferTV).
It 1U l'Hnted Indian for II
f 1 W l'rlntca India for II 25.
27 incnes wide, ureunus 01
almost every shade.
Best makes plain Black In
dias, $1, $1.25, and $1.50.
By the last French steamer
mere of the beautiful Black
SMncli.M anil 7.1e.
vr. inch, 75e ana 1.
Black and white Summer Silks,
50c. New let, small neat
Brand new this morning.
Four hundred Children's
Lawn and Pique Dresses and
Infants' Coats for half.
Anether maker left with a
big stock drops it te your gain.
The things are net likely te last
much mere titan the clay.
" Hiine metises Ter Ulrls and lteys, sires 2 te
WhlLe l.tiwn Urnsnns ler Ultl ', il7is 1 tel.
B2.2A le HI.
Inrants'C'ealp, creams, plaids aurt striper,
Blinrt Drosnes, Urutahuns nnd Me'licr llnb
buru for Uie II. by. l!l valuu luuvery one
lnlnnts' Cup, an tnf J.
tun lluu. re te 12.2.1.
Infants' Leng; Dresses at "eir" prlrus.
Bccena fleer, Chestnut stioet siae. Twe uio uie uio
valers. The whole brotherhood and
sisterhood of light, bright
things ier heauwear :
As near te nothing as head
gear ever gets in price as
well as substance.
Thirteenth and CurHlnul stiects cerner, and
north of Truusept,
Seventeen styles Printed
Pongee Silk Ties. Three colors
en lightgreunds Crescents,
polka dots, rings, dotted squares.
25 cents each. Very little for
Southwest or centre.
I'nr Ithtiitnatlim, Neuralgia, and (Jein. Bio Bie
plum Lancing, 01 Venkers, N. 1., says "Hoc "Hec "Hoc
emmondoilns a cure for chienla Cosllvenrsp,
Ajir'fl l'llls hae relieved me from that trou treu
ble and also from GOUT, If overy victim of
thUdtioaie would heed only threo wordiet
mine, 1 could banish Gout from the land."
These words would be 'Ti Ayer's l'llls,' "
"lty Iho uaoel Ajet's l'llls alone, 1 cured
myftlf permanently el rheuuiatlam which
had tumbled me se oral months, 'these l'llls
are at ouce harmless and orTeotual, and, I be
Uevu ueuld prove aNpaclflctn all cases et In
Ne medicine could haye scned 1110 tu better
stead."-C. C. Keck, Cernel, ay yelles 1'arlfh,
0. 1 . Hepkins, Nevada City, writes I
have used AjetM l'llls ler sixteen years, and
1 think they are the best l'llls in thu world
WokeopubOT of tham In the heuse all the
tlme. 'lhny have cured me of sick headache
aud neuralgia, blncn taking Aycr' 1'IIIh, 1
hae been flee from all complaints."
" I have dorlved grcal benefit from Ayer's
l'llls. ITlvu years age 1 was taken se lit with
rheumatism that 1 was unablu te de any
weik. 1 took three boxes et Ayer's rills and
was entirely cuted. Hlnce that time 1 am
uever without a box el these pills " 1'eter
Chrlstunaen, Sherwood, Wis.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills.
1 RKr-AKKD rT
Dr. J. O. Ayer Ss Ce., Lewell, Maea.
Feldbyall IJculers In Mtdlclue.
roll MALM AT
It. 11. COCHILAN'S llltllfl HTIlltK
Nes. 137130 North Queen St., Lancaster, l'a.
a aiii ai.sa.m!
llimullllen, ciiuiiKes and preserves the Inlr.
Keeps U soil and silken, rrometes a luxuil
antgrenth. Always rt-steresgray hair te Its
original color. 1'reventH hair lulling and Han
druu. Cuius scalp dlseases. Me. ut uruirirlsts.
H1NDKII COll.NS iw.
Safest, surest and bust cure for Cerns, llun
Inns, etc Btepi all pain. Never falls te cute.
lVuat druirglsU. AlATh(3)
SAKf HOltK AND Hl'KKDY OUHK
Kaptare, Varlcocelo and Special Diseases
of elttiArsex. Why be humbugged by quacks
w&en Ten can And in Dr. Wright the only Uan
rtA PiiTiMiAjr in Philadelphia who makes a
specialty et the aoevo diseases, and Ctmia
TusMt Cesui Ouakantisd. Advice Free day
anaen'.ng. Htrangerscan be treated and re
tarn home &mu day. Olllces private.
im. w. 11. witiuiiT,
5(1 North Ninth Street, Above Ituce,
! e. Uiitrra l'hlladelphU.
NOS. Uli.n.miAUKKT HTltKKT, ltcar of
I'oatelllco, fjiucasler, l'a,
1 have In Htnck and HtiUd te Order Every
Variety et thu following it) lest Coupe, llug-
?leu, Cabriolets, Carriages. Victorias, Huslueas
Vugens, T" Carts, McCall Wagons. Hurtles,
Market Wagons, I'luotens, Kxpruss Wagons.
1 employ the best Mechanics, and ha e f licit licit
Ittea tn build enrrecUy nuy style of Canlngu
duktred. The Quality. Style aud Finish nt my
work makes It decidedly the Cheapest la thu
4TO-WK UAVKTUK HKSTANDCUlCAr'lCUT
M. Haberbusli & Sen.
SUMMER GOODS !
BASKUaLL AND TENNIS UKI.T8.
t.Bdles' rine Worsted Holts in itlue
Chamois, Sponges, Weel and re&ther
M. laberMsli & Sen's
Ne. 30 Oentre Square,
HA 11 Y O A K HI A O JHf.
FL1NN & BRENEMAN.
FUMH & BREHEMAH,
He. lba Uertb Queen Htrest,
VOMPLICXION l'O WDKK.
WHO VAI.UK A KKKINKU COMPLUX ION
It Imparts a brilliant transparency te the
skin, llemnves all pimples, freckles and 01s 01s 01s
colerations, and makes the Bkln delicately
soft and beautiful, ltcentalns no llme, white,
lead or ursenle. In three shades, pink or tlesb,
white and bruuetlu.
("OU BALK 11 V
AsTllKWAllK or IMITATIONB.-S
fllx ty Candle Light 1 Beats them all.
Anether Let e( CHIC A I' qleukb ferUas an
XHH ' PEBFBOXIOh .
UMAl, MOULDING A UUIIUKU, CUBHIOH
Uata them all.tT&ta strip ontwears all ethers,
Keeps out the cold. Step rattling of windows.
Kxclude the dust. Keep out snow and rain.
Anyone can apply it no waste or dirt made
In applying It. Can be fitted any whom no
heles te bore, ready for use. It will net split,
warp or shrink a cushion strip Is the meat
nerfect. At the Steve, Healer and liange
Jehn P. Sehauin & Sods,
24 SOUTH QUEEN ST.,
QIWIKAI, MAt'HlNP. WOHK3.
Central Machine Works,
V. V. ITJIMIXHS, Preprlel7,
UHANT AND CHRISTIAN STHSKTS,
( Alter J uly 1st, at 115 North Christian 'Unlet,)
KNUINKS, UOlI.KltS, MACH1NBUY,
HUAl'TINl.S, laULI,K8, HANOKH3, Ac
lllONANU 11HA8S CASTlNdft,
WOOD AN!) M&TAI. l'ATTKHNS 01 best
Largest and Ueststeckln Lanrastoref Cast
Iren unit Malleablu lilting, llrass and Iren
11Ives and Cocks, steam tlaugis. Safety
Valves, Try Cocks, Water Uauges, Hate Valves,
Lubricator, and eteam Uneds tu general.
r-ltepalilng promptly done, hoeend hnd
Knglnes, ilellurs and Machinery bought aud
Ui:A8t)NAllLK CHAUUKS. 1'UUMITN KS3.
NO.l SOU ril IMI1NUK ST., Lancaster, l'a.
U KJSHKR, DKNTIST.
l'arllcular altenttnu clvitn te fllllni?
and preserving the natural teeth. 1 have oil
the latest tmpiTivemenla fordeing nlcu work
at a ery reasonable oest. llavlngyearaef ex
perlencu tn the large cities I am sure te give
the best of satisfaction aud save you money,
best artificial teeth only sj.eu per set.
HOOTB AND BTIOMH.
00T8 AND 8U0EH.
D. P. STACKHOUSE,
S3 & 80 HA.BT KINO, 8T.
Net elfl stock hut fresh, cow goods coming
In dally Irem the factory and bought for cash.
That la why we can sell our Bhoes 10 much
cheaper than the ether stores, and we give our
customers the benefit of close buying.
Krerybcdy about here full of snap and Tim ;
a different Shoe Stere from what It was -a
UKTTEK ene t but of all shoe Stores mere
life, mere geed goods of the right tort and
sWCeme and see ua t we cheerfully show
you the goeJs, whether you purchase or net.
D. P. STACKHOUSE,
N03. 28 and 30 East King Steeet,
LANUASTEll, l'A. aTOlydAw
JTKW 8H0K HTORE.
Summer Feet Wear!
Everything deslrahle In low cut shoe. Ox
ford ties and silprwr4 in great variety ter la
dles, misses and chlldren.
Ladles' trench kid, hand-turn Oxtenl tins
in common sense ana opera tees, very light
and easy te the feet.
A very stylish low shoe for ladles Is our pat
ent leather roxed Oxford tie with Leen XV or
leather heel ; we also have the plain tee and
Up Oxford with the same stylish heels.
A neat and geed wearing Oxford Ue for la
dles, plain tee or tip, at 11.00 and 11.23.
slippers in all styles. An opera slipper
with common sense tee and heel, patent
leatherHPPers, opera ten slippers with high
ana low neeis
also a full line ei beaded vamp
or misses' wear a fine Dongola Oxford tle
In heel and spring hevlt the same shoe In
Fer children Oxford and sailor ties.
The Southern tte fnr irentleinen In Kanearoe
Is as neat, comfortable a shoe as can be worn
In warm weather.
Dongola Oxfords forgentlemen In pointed
tee and tip, also In plain Dread tee.
Ourllnoet 12 Mnndlieu calf shoes for men
with f moo til Inner sole cannot be excel I ea ler
(New Cash Shoe Stere)
!Te. ii North Qneen Street.
Ol' UOOTS AND
As wetniislposltlvn'ymevo by July!, and
net having room tot thu hUance nt thu goods
at our Ktua King HtruolSlero, we have mude
AMte Swmi"b Btelin-
1 he Child's Kid Spring Heel Shoes. slzs r, te
8 we were Belling ut&ee, woure new selling at
Child's Pebble Heel 75e. Shoes, stzes 4 te
f'K. we were selling nt Me ; we are new selling
The box el whlle Kid Shoes we were selling
at tee, reduced te tic.
1 he U Issos' K Id lliitt-m si OO.Shoe', Opera or
Common Sense Tees, we wole telling at 1 te,
reduced te 11 2),
Ladles' Kid and l'cbble $'.' ()0 Butten Shoes,
Opera, Common Henso and Square Tees, we
were selling at It 60, new reduced te II 25.
Ladles' Kid and Itrlght Dongola iJ.fiO, K 7J
and tw ou lliittnn Shoes we were selling at li 00,
reduced te 11 10.
Ladles' higher pilced shoes reduced In the
Men's Dress Bhnes we were soiling al 1 W),
new $125: theso we were selling i:ee, new
II W and 11.75 1 theJ3(i whees we were se ling
HUlWi, new I'iO;) ; thell.uushees we were sell
ing at 3 et', new li 50.
A few of the Celebrated K. A, l'erklnsJ00
The balaucalet the stock we new have en
hand we are
Selling Away Belew First Cost.
The One-Prica Cash Heuse,
UKANCH aVOKK NO. 29 WKST KINO
(Next Doer te Hager'a Stere )
NO. 3 EAST KINO STREET, LAN
WNOTlUK As we must positively vacate
this room. I uly I, we will keepthU Stere open
every evenlnir. urjaliud
Wn deslre te call attention te FIKEWORKS
for the coming fourth et July Celebration,
lluving our works from the manufacturer,
and Kire Crackers from the Importer In large
quantities and for cash, we aie In position te
.1 OU ut the lowest market price. OUU WUUH.S
are all Colored Works, and ter weight, slze
and lieauty of colors ar net surpassed.
OUlt KIUK CUACKKlts are long stem, best
Ne. 1. Wa have all sizes Cannen Crackers,
Japanese nndSlher Star Torpedoes, Colored
rtres, Unman Candles, sky Ueckets, Triangles
Mines, Verllcil M heels, Mower l'ets, lirtlllant
reuntatns. Ate, Kte. Chinese Lanterns aud
nags ter the fourth and Kail Campaign,
We have purchased largely et cbtnesa nnd
Japanese Lanterns, and flags, which wa nan
also JOlt at the Lewest 1'ilces. 11UNT1NO
n.AUS we can furnish thorn of any size at
NO. 17 EAST KINO STREET,
Fruit Jars 1 Jelly Tumblers I
UAbUN KUUll' JAIIS, IN ALLSUKS.
JKI.1.V J Altl.
I.lliHTSlNU yitUlT JAU9.
(IhoUestlnthe Market )
HIGH & MARTIN,
Ne. 15 East King Street,
17KIKK1YB FASHION A IILK MIL
M llneryand 1 rimming Stere, Ne.S North
(jueen street, contains all the he west and
Litest Novelties et the seieen. irioes rea
sonable. Call and see our AewUoeds.
ATN09.H1 AMU 2 WIST KING STREET.
YKKM A KATUifON.
IN UOOU VAUII.Tr.
Men'd Coats and Vests from 81.75 te
t'.CO, in Striped and Plaid Flannel.
Men's Coats and Vests in Figured Mo
hair and Alpaca.
Men's Coats and Vests In Black Drep
A Handsome Stock of 'White and Col
ored Vests in high end low cut.
Hundreds of Styles in Flannel Shirts
for Summer Tourists and Travelers,
Myers & EatMen,
NO. 12 BAST KINO ST.,
L. GANSMAN & 6R0.
Fact and Prices.
We nre making te order Kine Knglleh Wor
sted Salt-, the latest style Cutaway or Back,
at 116 and 118.
We are making te order All-Weel Thin Cas
Blmere Suits at 112, 114, lift.
1'ants te order, 3 Mi, M, ! ffl, 17, 1 8
Tbia Summer Goats and Vests.
seersucker Ceat and Vest, 11 CO,
Heys' Coats and Vests at 85c.
Flannel Ceat and Vest, It Si),
serge Ceat and Vest, 12.25, 12.75, $l.2J. H 00,
$5.00, 0 00.
Mohair Ceat and Vest at 12 03, II in, 13 re, 13.50
Children's Odd 1'ants at bO, CJ, 75, 85 cent,
Men's woolen rants, ii.ss, u.75, noe. H60,
lioe, u se.
WKnttre Spring Stock at reduced prices.
W A glance at our window's exhibit will
L Gansman & Bre.,
NORTH QUEEN & ORANQE STS.
Hirsh & Brether.
UNKtlUALKl) COM r OUT.
THIN IN WK1UUT ANl LOW IN I'UICKS.
Drap d' ete,
IN COAT?, COATS AND VKaTS AND VH8TS.
FANCY KKiDUKD VKSTS-THK LATIST.
L1NKN TANT3 AND VKST8, PLAIS
UltEY COATS, STlilt'EH COATJ.
BKKUSUUKK.a COATS AND V&SIS KOIt
MEN AND 110 IB,
B1.00 AND Ul'lVAUUS.
KVKUVTllINU IN L1U11T WEIOUT "UH-
HIRSH & BROTHER,
Clothiers & Furnishers,
COK. N. UUKEN SritKKl' AND CKNTlttt
SOOAItK. LANCA8TKH, PA.
A Hl'HAIri'AYlNU JJl.OOK.
Asphalt Bleck Ce,,
Oitlce-Ml Chestnut St. nilla., l'a.
Works-Urldgepert, l'a., A Camden, N, J.
Standard AspbaltPaving Blocks
B1.KS4ZSH1 AND 4xlxl2.
In generaluse (erstreetpavlng.sldewalks, gar
deu paths, mill yards and driveways, gutters,
cellars, -vats and Beu walls. Advautagest
Nelssless, duslless, strictly sanitary, practi
cally Indestructible ana cheap.
ret prices and lurther Information address-
R. S, OSTER & BRO..
Lancaster Ce.. ill North rmice St.
Lancuter, l'a, uiwrna
Sensible Clothing !
THE OLD COIlNMJt
is ruLb or aoeu mxw tuinq.
Our stock Is tee large and must be reSueed
before the seasin closes. Te de Uita we have
concluded te give the people a chanee te get
Geed Furniture 1
AT A UTILE COST.
We have some goods (net the newest, bnt
Jnst aa geed) that will be sold If the price pet
en thete will sMi them.
These are u UK AT HABOAINB, and we ex
pect te see them tuove llve'y.
Oer. East Ulnar & Duk Sts.
quus a. gibbs.
We need mere room for the
stock which we have bought
and are making up. We're go ge
ing te get it by putting the
prices se low that the present
stock will move fast. Our
necessity is your opportunity.
If you're thinking of getting a
Parler, Dining Roem or Bed
room Suite, or any piece of
Furniture, new is your time te
buy. Come and leek at our
New Stock en 2d, 3d and 4th
floors of 31 Seuth Queen
OCHS a GIBBS,
Manufacturers and Dealers.
I desire te call the
attention of my friends
and patrons te the faet
that I am newprepared
te de general TJndertak-leg-,
te which my per per
eenal attontlen will be
Erlven at modorate
WALTER A. HEIMTSH,
27 Si 20 S. Queen St.
Residence 37 West
Vine Street, opposite
St. Mary's Church.)
ORNITURB I KDUNITURK!
THE UN DEUSIUN ED II A3 UEOl'ENKD 1113
bTOUK AT THK OLD STAND,
fle. 38 East King Street,
Which was destroyed by tire some time age,
and has a perfectly New stock of all kL.d9.et
TABLES, CHAIliS, ETO.
In All Its Branches. Alse
nauieiitlng Old Chairs.
fainting and Or-
Ne 38 Fast
J e'Jt Id
Atlantic and Connecticut Avenues WILL
B'jWKK", Clerk .1. W. IIUUUAKhlt, 1'iep.
Terins-$2.l0 te ii te per day. Joil laid
A TliANTIO CITY, N. J.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Largest Most Convenient Uotel. Klegantly
rurnuhed. Liberally Managed. Coach te and
from Beach and Trains, orchestra Music.
CHAB. MOULADE, 1'iep.
W. K. CornRAN.Cblet Clerk. teb'22-euid
Ocean Lnd of North Carolina Avenue,
ATLANTIC Cl'l Y. N. J.
K. UOBEHTS A SONS. eprSMuid
ATLANTIC CITY, N J ,
Ocean End Kentucky Avenue.
Open Februaty 1, te November 1. 1 ec
CAl'E MAY, N .1.
Ol'KhS JUNE SO New Ownership ?cw
ManagemenL Newly Furnished. .Perfect
Appntutuints. l'ennlar Prices. finest
beach In the world. Itoem plans aud Inform Inferm Inform
slenatBlaslns A Sens' Plana Warerooms, N.
w. corner Lleveuth and chestnut streets,
Pnlladelpbln, until June SO
JunlOlZt Latoet St, James Hetel, N, T.
AI'ON H HK1 N OtT ANdTi ATUH.
ALKA1NE L1T1IIA AND SIIPKK10U
IUON WATEU3, ilAMPSUlUE C'UUNTY. W
This colchrated MennUIn Resort for health
and pleasure Batha et any temperatu e : a
summer climate unsurpassed: a charming
summer home with Its many imprevemBnts,
accommodating WO guests, opens June 1. rer
medlcul and ether tesOiueuy, send for circu
lar. IYM, 11. BALK,
CHESTER COUNTY HOUSE.
ThU thoroughly coinfertabla and well
known house is new eiwn. wenty-elr,tn
Miasen. Same management. Coel aud de-
",riUCdaU0P """fcffn 30N6.
CO A I.,
Ovrtuai-Ne. 123 North quecnStreet, and Ne.
86 North Prince street.
YABPat-Nerth Prince BUeet, near iteadlng
?n?lMf3 LANOARTBB. PA
x u. martin!
Wholesale and ltetall Dealer in all kinds et
LUMBKK AND COAU
Yabd-Ne.M North Hater and Prtnc
Streets, above Lemen Lancuter, nJlyd