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TiXE XjANOASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER. MONDAY, JUNE 25, 1888.
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IVED CflllMBW DAY.
mun at ibis bec
j Mwan,ri,rrBXRiN obureh.
' m Wheas B.Mes Were Olitn,
fl rrw Children Acclaims te
Befttrt and Mr. Hnh
'sjtsssir T r ' aad Olb.tr KetM.
0lcmbia, Jan 85 Children's uay
?M ob sanaay aaernina; in uie
Straw IiBlbwaa ehnreh by Inter
miiiIim Hd large congregation
Tba church vraa beautifully
witt flewera, fernt. petted plants
with tha Bin gin g of canary
aaada a rtry pretty aeene. The
na aat apart by the general ayned
at Ika eBarlac et contributions for the
tanrtMMkoeeaatXietyaTllla, Fie. The rro rre
aMUBM oenelaffl or staging, prayer, re re
aaeaatraraadlBg, redtatlen by Mlaa Janet
it Bibles te the baptized children of
fa ahnrch or ine ohuren Who bad
-TaaaaAdtheage et ten yeara during the
'ymt. The fallowing received Bible?: Kmtly
IjMahartla, Kite Oberheltzer, Dera Htorllne,
Mary Newcomer, Ella Billet, Jeffersen
Jtlaalcb, Geerge Z9rger, and Percy Beaver.
'A MTg nut et money waa raised for the
'4,, Laetada Jaoebs, aged 10, daughter et
'-ilDaeilel Jacob, died en Saturday from dlph-
'"'Hula Tba remains were taken te Mount
8,im let interment.
' Ik funeral of Walter S war !z Ulmer waa
?' , A tafaat child of Gee. Iteade, dled thla
Otatetlan Kckert, blacksmith, was en-
MkTlAta. shoeing a mustang, en Saturday
& jet , and waa kicked en the right arm
M pf the animal.
'1.: .Jtihn I, Hummell was presented en Han-
'if tey with f 108, the proceeds of the ball held
W Mr. and Mrs, Late Frldy presented Ce-
JasaWa Ledge, Na 252, II. el C. F., with a
? fcaiutanmR irarnat silk nlnah limner.
Jt . i m
MVitMkM an inBseend Ward" Itlits te Answer
p the "Ntr Ere" Ed Iterlal.
$ Editors op ijfTELr.ian.Ncnn I had
;4 tfceaght net te trouble you with another
i;j ajoaanmnicatien, Dm weuiu asic your in
$ atolgenee for this, the last. It will be
V. aaailaarf that thn nrHrla. nuhllalirwl In llm
jFtfew Era a an answer te my first com-
V -Braauoauen ou u-w mi, uui an
..Natapt te threw the public off the troek,
V,a Kll-arf fttam aa tft llm (rnft fanta ami
TJzr.rrr.r 7 ::.: 'r..r-"
parly of thla city from a Just criticism of
IT atawarasuip, uu iuu jusi eaiam mey
4 n bringing upon themselves, particularly
jp-I the water werka fraud. They cannot
aaeape'rem lt,and must aland the con-
tl aMHtllMM nf thnlr fYiatlv ami ATtravairant
art." . ' .-a,--
,J ' 1 did net condemn the purcbase of the
f aewaix-mllllenpump, but in view of the
faetthat the 3,000.000 gallon pump could,
and did, mero than till the storage capaelty
cm hand, that it would have been wiser and
X batter te have laid by ibai lund (amount
W tag In all te some 130,000) tewarda erectlng
1 M.U.lU..ll Hit... ... ... ..
: V f murevMjrBBOuaiJBvikjr. iuu grjr ni(uuivui
, -''!' or vaa js tw &ra in laver ei pumping enpa-
f& Mr, the possibility of breaking down et
t Jf tte pumps, Is ten-fold stronger when ad-
ypUedtean ample reserve supply, because
you tcay have ball a dozen pumps, and e
Ilka calamity may beiall them all. whoreas.
i'AS'wltti larffe and amnie resarre nn hand, wn
" , I. w
be se much at tbe mercy
Then again the New Jim
'i.Caakaa tlenee at mv calllctr the remevnl
pjial-Oie water werka "a fraud," and Its
tt r-glll i un juiuv je in IHUIO
Mm It ether. Tbe idea of the conduit
vbeeoeelng clogged up la far fetched
OTeratralned. The writer of that Idea
se who verily would "oheke at a gnat
'K-swHtawaiiew a ramei." There would ab.
. ..'aeletely be no mere dangorefauch a supply
&? MiSMlult filling or choking with mud or dirt
yKstfcaa there would tbe main pipes leading
A from the enmn te the basin, nr thn nnrvlrn
.;:'tpJpea distributed throughout the city, or
ff these were. It would bave te be looked
?' after and attended teaaany ether part of
tbe works, as a matter of course, it was
BOt pointed out, as the New J-:ra rays, by
Kaglneer Crocs, as a source or dlllleulty,
but en the ethor band be said that the water
eenld be Just aa well conveyed by this
aaeasa te the pumps, aa te move the werka
s far aa getting clean water was cencerned.
I waa there myself and when the englnoer
aaggsated a conduit or wrought Iren, 1
dropped an inquiry whether it would net
be better te have It made of cast Iren. The
$V aUHwer was, " yes, certainly." But this did
et auit tbe members of tbe commltteo.and
they " went " for tbe cntlre removal of the
plant. And bow well they sucoeoded, and
haenv tbev wero ever 1L and hew
ft-;3.. mrrmlimA anA tileh fliav a! In l.l- .m
Vimmm"u .at- '""j i Hjuii unu
'- aaalillii,i 1 nan lauui Tf ...... ...miii
r-yj1 WW J VmM MU BWWU At MUJT UUU Tf i 1 1
'5 take the trouble and visit this monument
sletnpld felly, by casting thelr eyes up
; g.tewarda tbe top el the building and looking
-ft aUeiaarbl(ialab entombed in 1U walls, with
j ramea of this wonderful commltteo
.JUj Maiuned thereon, Informing the present
r ML gaamatieathat they erected tbe'hebang,"
"a also that posterity may knew the
Imlldere hereof, and honor them, But the
KW AIU uvea uui uuilgl ou ua
OSi the subject of the ibindnn.
M,,M MBt of the water power. This, niter all.
fjfc;--u u,e Important point In this escapade
r;-t m in ncjuuiicaii 0117 councils ana its com
" atttee. If there waa no intention te use
mrmtmr vAvAr al f ha nan. atln ,tiA-. ln .,.
F xr """ " " - " "" ""I ""i iu me
$?s aaaauv ui wiuuiuu acuep, wuui WHS IUO UBO
-4. of .purchasing tbe Ranek mill and farm?
"V aaa wvuv atueu u iuu muu ier IBS
:. Thtf mmma. miAnA n I. ... . . -
1,000 gallon pump would swell it nicely.
if Tfce rererenee te the attaching the "high
jttuty" arrangement does netalter the altua-
y; Ha iui. 11 uu uuuui will navu some coal,
1. Set wen could save a imrul deal mnm nnni
AVamA eensenuent Ex Denies liv uiiiwinc-11.
jM water power. The "high duty" con--,:,
eara is but one of the methods of duIIIdl'
fey tbe wool ever tbe eyes of tbe dear public.
stJf -iam jxtv u.ra auuma iraniciy ana candidly
IBM atorage supply la tbe proper and in
last the only safe rellance, but says "we
juanta must creep before we can walk."
Cemment Is unnecessary, Putting the city
waauDcuieaiar exponse, nay an utterly
uaalaas expense, an expense that will yield
aettdng ln return, an extravagant and worse
i tMa foolish expense that Will entail nnnn
tlseasty a system of pumping water that will
, ", eet mera than three tlmea per gallon what
Merer did before. And the water win h
WlMt aa tnuddv. lust as dlrtv en, I i. ..
&' ait-s. J i "WJ m jueb aa
mtmj mm wvwa uv.au i jr, ,v HOI a "ffOOd
;" ter coal dealers ? Should they net
'., Oiai K.nn
" Buca tninga aian't used te be," said an
saM Democrat the ether day. Ne, And
.Jj.t ar f WB UHO aj JtVuuilUUl Cliy, a He-
) p6Uean council (both branches), Kepub
'" Jtaan committee, Republican superintend
.: te, all aelid for Ollhoely." And te day
g. yablle opinion is settling gradually in con-
) al liallllll III llm arimWiln, Itnn ,r.i
1, -.hb.-.i V -uwiuwiiiiuuu UI BUailt.
h weraa ana language, in terms be plain
-,-j- astas wey are unmisukaeie and in loiters se
a, jarge ana piain en iue Din beard or the
,eUe heart that he who runs may rcsd.
ft ieae ae blind at theae who won't see.
LOOEEH ON IN 2D WAnn,
Cioleg te JrcUeil,
"William MaglU. tailor of West Lemen
and Jehn Marshall, of the American
a.ujm company, will leave Fiilla-
uii iue aieuininin inaiana en
They will Visit their nM
ta Ireland and will be geno until
' Vlaltlaa; Uiiaulir,
'!?' Eil ' ebea' et Philadelphia, has ar
mt la Laaeaatar, tbe guaat of Mrs, David
MersM, eX Llaae atraat.
BTOPrKD UN THB KUAU,
three Men Reb a rratrrt Baktr en tba Nw
Henry Weber, a pretasl baker, who
formerly resided la thla city, but la new
engaged la business at Terra Bill, bad a
thrilling experience en Saturday night.
His story is as fellows : He left his home
en Friday and visited different parte et the
county aelllng goods. He reached B (sur
fer's hotel at Kden, en the New Helland
pike, Saturday evening. After remaining
there some time he left about 11 o'clock.
He bad net gene far away he waa met
by three men, who stepped his horse and
aaked him whether hedld net want te buy
aeme handkerchief. The men dre w several
from their pockets and shook them In bia
fee. After that be remembered nothing
until he awoke at an eatly hour Sunday
morning. He was lying along the pike
and had been robbed of all the money that
he had, which waa about 110, He waa
bleeding from a small wound en the back
et his head and bla berae and buggy
were gene. He walked back te
Staufler'a hotel and then came te thla city,
but waa unable te find his horse. Sunday
forenoon he returned te his borne and came
te Inca8ter this morning when be re
covered his team. At an early hour
en Sunday morning Harry G. tllrah
found the horse and buggy stand
ing against a pest near the Penn
sylvania railroad '.station, this city. He
examined the buggy and found that
pretzels bad been hauled in it, Mr. Hlrsb
leek the team te the stable of his brother at
the City hotel, where It waa kept until thla
morning when Mr. Weber Identified It.
Mr. Weber thinks that the men who at
tacked him had chloroform or some ether
drug en tbe handkerchiefs, which they
flung in his face, rendering him uncon
scious. It Is altogether likely that the men
who stepped Weber were from this city
and after they had stelen bis meney tbey
dreve te town and abandoned the team,
rnnlnhed a Witness te Ills Crime.
A dlipatsh from Snnbnry, I'a., says that
Geerge Welker, a prisoner In the Northum
berland,) ill, tells a very Interesting story
In connection with the thAtt nf thn nanknea
I et meney from the Adams Ex preas com
pany uy jiuuur, uuu 01 ue Bgnnui. w timer
comes from oue of tbe best families in that
acotlen, and Is serving a sontenco for an
aliened attempted Bseault en Huber'a
youngest daughter. He says that about the
lime tbe mousy was stelen be waa stand
ing In front et the expresa ofllce, heard a
aeund as though no me one was opening a
Bale, Btid ou turning round saw Huber
With a pnekage in bis hand.
Hubcr, according te Wolker'a story,
thought the latter suspected him, and never
spoke te lilm again. Soen after Wolker
was arrested, alter having been en a spree,
charged by Huber with assaulting his
daughter. Wolker donles that he even In
tended any harm, and says be did net
toueh the girl. He also says that Huber
attempted te have bla sentence Increased
from two te live yeara se as te get rid of a
man who might be a troubleseino witness
against blm. Welker wrete te the presi
dent el the express company In January
last, told hi in what he had seen, and Hu
ber'a arrest and the recovery of most et the
stelen meney waa tbe result.
Following Is the list of unclaimed letters
remaining at the Lancaster postelllco for
tbe week ending June '& :
Laities' Lilt Miss Mazte Cambell, Mrs.
Mellla Ceniad, Mrs. K. H. Kateu, Min Flo Fle Flo
reuco flahle, Mls Cllal.ewry, MaggloMc MaggleMc MaggloMc
I)ermntt,Mrs. Cyrus Helllns, Mra. l.lcal.
Biiorrer, cur. ninry a. witnurr.
teiiM' .f-.lelin M. Bensen, F. H.
Bendlg, Cyrus A. Bewors, Themas Belk,
Cyrus llnrmnn, A, J, llartnmn, J, O,
llenry, Malhlas Uuggley, J. U. Keller (U),
G. W. Klnnn, Andrew Klpp, ei., Harry
A, Kliier, I'eter Iitmotte, Abe Myers, .!,
OncserdN, Chas. W Klnehart, Frank K.
Sawferd, Simen Snyder, Jehn Htett, l'oter
Hummerlniid, Bebert A. TewnBcnd, Lewis
!:, Valteu, Mr. 1). K. WMs.
I'lis Knlgliit eri'tblasAilJiiurn.
The Hupreme Ledge Knights of l'ytlilas
adjeurned slnodle lu Cincinnati en Satur
day, It refused te organize the Knights of
1'ythInnHlKtorlieod, but thought the ame
purposen reuld be accompllshed If women
established and governed their own order.
A resolution of oensure was adopted against
ex Adjutant (lenernl Jeseph Dewilall, of
Uhle, ler EtatPtncnls concerning the Nu
promo Clianccller l)euglas and Mclnr
(Jonerel Canmlmn. The uextcouclave will
be held at Mllwaukee en thoseoond Tuea Tuea
dnyef June, Isito.
A Slight I' no.
This alletiioeu about 1 o'clock flre was
discovered ly Mlohael J. dretrin the base base
ment of the Memerial Presbyterlan church.
Without striking a goneral alarm the
fUmeH were extinguished with a few
bucketx el water.
A tlelurcil Gampmeeilec.
A number of colored poeplo of this city
bold n oauipmectlng in Cenrad's weeds,
near the Union, l'rovldence township,
Sunday. The attendance was geed until
the rain came up and dreve the people
away. The services were conducted by
Ilova. Harris, of this city, and Wilsen, of
Net u 1 clan Ten lea,
Klchnrd Sales, of this city, atteuded tle
large auction of horses at F-.sleu's Hone
and Cattle F.xchangr, ln Madisen Square
garden, New Yerk, last week. He pur.
chased a let et Norwegian ponies, which te
has brought te Lincoster. Tbey include a
stallion, two pnlra of mares and n cell. One
pair of mares wete imported by the late
Henry llavoiuyer, All the animals are
cream colored and very pretty. They at
tracted considerable attention en our atreela
The lestlval for the benefit of St. Paul's
M. K. church, at Odd Fellows hall, closed
en Siturdsy evening. Thore was a large
attendance. A handseme sum waa real
ized, and it will be used In the payment or
the debt onntraetcd for nocessury repalia
ma Je te the church.
Tin Vlrit Itelunned IVttltal,
The strnwberry festival of tbe Ltdles Aid
eociety or tbe First Uefermed church
clesed In Central hall, Centre Square, after
a very successful run of two days. A very
considerable sum or money was realized
for the treasury of the society, and a very
pleasant time was had by the large number
of peeple vWie patrenlzad tbe festival.
SifgUt flre Hnuday Kveelue
Theie was a slight lire In the reef of a
frame building en West Marlen street,
betweeu Arch alley and Water street,
fermly occupied by A. Kepnerasacigar
factory, Sunday ovenlng about 7 o'clock.
It was extinguished by poraens ln the
neighborhood befere any damage of ooDif eoDif oeDif
queneo was done. The lire was caused by
an electric light wire, which had become
slack and dropped en tbe reef.
An Uuiuuiekcil Aisaelt.
Jehn II. Keth, or Fist Lampeter town tewn
Bhlp, hat Leen prosecuted befere Alderman
Ilsrr ler eemmlttlng an unprovoked as
Haul! and ha'.tery en A. H. Urals-. The
prosecutor claims that he was en the steps
of the Fertility hotel en Saturday when
Keth appreached him without any warn
lnp, knocked him down and alterwards
followed him te his home and threatened
te kill him. Halt was entered for a hear
Death el J dim Jin-,.
Jehn Hillr, a well known young man,
whose residence was formerly ln this oily
died at Mt, Jey en Saturday, His remalni
were brought te this city and will be burled
from bla motber'a residence en Heaver
street, near Concatega. He was a member
of Conestoga Council, Ne. 22, Jr, O, u, A,
The . of iliiulen
would long since aie swallowed np 80ZO
DOMT in common with se many forgotten
teeth pastes aaadentlfrle'a, did net the ex
perlonee of a whole nation prove, that It pos pes
seees atg-nl advantage. It thoroughly
cleana Uie toetb, absolving and removing
tbelrlmnnrltlef I H revive inotrfadtngwhlto inetrfadtngwhlto inotrfadtngwhlte
neas and strengthens thtlrrelazlngholdupen
tbelrsoeketst It renders colorless, ulcerated
Knms hard and healthy and beatdes nenttal
Ir.lng an unsavory breath, invests It with lis
An Kxeurilen te Mt Uratna,
An excnraDn, under thoansplees et the Odd
fellows will borunte MUlOretna from this
city, en Thursday, August 8, and a large pic pic pic
nlowlllbe held at this popular reert. Tay Tay
eor's orchestra has been engaged te accompany
the eicnralen and furnish the dancing music.
A geed band will also be taken along, Special
tralna will leave this ever the rennsylvanla
railroad and at neon of that day.
Union Belldlna; Assoclatlee.
The monthly meeting of the Union Building
and Lean association will be htldatlhe solici
tor's cm co this (Monday) evening at 7:30
A ralthlnl Servant.
A geed memory is the servant of the mind.
We retain our Impressions of people and
things and recall them by a geed memory t a
peer memory Is compromising us continually,
l'ref. Jllchard A. I'rocler, Astronomer, Hen,
W. W. Aitor, lata U, 8. Minister te Italy, Hen.
Judahl. Uenlamln, Q. a, Jurist and Statei Statei Statei
man,.JtidgoOlbsen, Jurist, l'ref.K. II. Cook,
Xducator-theie all unqualifiedly Indorse the
Lelietllan system of Memery. Wllle te l'ref
sett, 137 Bth Ave , N. T.
I.Kim.KY.-ln this city, en the 2th lnL,
Rd ward, eon of ailswerth and Teresa Lelb Lelb
ley, aged D months.
Tbe relatives and friends are respectfully
Invited te attend the funeral from the roil reil roil
denco of her ptrents, Me. in Kaat Andrew
street, en Tuesday afternoon at 2K o'clock.
InterinnntatBt. Jeph's cmelery. ltd
CnioAeo, June 21. Cattle llocelpts,
minmenis, nonet marsai weatc)
IJC90921I stnekers and f eodei s, n 00O3 75 1
cewn. duiis ana mixea,ii ivqjlei xexans
Uers Kecelpts. 11.000 headi shlnments,
nonei market steady; mixed, ta 4395 05 1
heavy 13 5505 75 1 light, S3 4035 Wj pig, U0
Buoep llccelpta, l.OW bead i shipments,
nene; market ntemlyt mutt up, I10.Q5 KM
'inxnne, fl 70(J3tK); touders, IJ 0; lambs, II ou
cast LiaiBTT. Cattle Uecctpts, m t
shipments. 39 ; market nothing delnff, all
mrenen ceniignmems ; no ears snippea te
Mew Yerk te day.
Hogs lUM-etpui. COX) headt shlpments,
WTO 1 market nrmi I'hlloflelphlna. 15 KQ
SI)J mlxed, tSBuaisl) Ynrkers, S5 75l 80 1
common te fair, nflCaO 70 1 ptg, (5103525;
no cars shipped te New Yerk te-day.
nhoep Kocelpts, 1000 1 ablpinunts, 1000;
markelvervdnll prim". It r.fll 05; fair te
genat fi GOQt , common, I1Q2 H ; ikiubs, M 5"0
drain and iToveimia.
rurntfhed by H. K. Ynnrtt, llroker.
Cbioaeo, J une 25, l oe o'clock p. m.
Wheat Cern, Data. fork. Lard.
Cloning l'rlccs-2 o'clock p. m.
Wheat. Cern. Oats. 1'erk,
June 71 47K 31 H 13 70
July 71V. 472 COW ls.iil
August .....71I.S 4SK 'liil 13 75
toplumtier 'i'tti 4,tx jj 13.8
ueoumuer , w:;i
Closing l'itces-3 30 o'clock p. m.
nneu, corn. uii, rcr
4H ,iix S '
Iterelpts Cuttlu , t,0(e
(juniatlens by Heed, UcUranu A Ce., bank
cre, l.ancaster, i'a.
KBW VOllK LIST, 11 AH. 12 M. 3 r M,
Canada l'acine... fin: uK ui
O. J. (J.A1 '.; ..,: 4xj
Colerado Ceal m
Central l'acinc m
ChUUt L.Afbg It)
Uen. A Itle U 15M
1)01. LAW K'l iui l'.'SJf
Krle ! '.'!' 24
Jer O Hi).
K.AT l ui,' ij
Leu, AN Mlf M'? r.lh
I.. Hlieru ikijJ (kijJ b'iH
Mich. Cen 70 7w 78)
MlAeenrl l'acine 7J 71 7l!
Heck Valley , ie'.j
N.l' 2lt 'il'i VlVi
N.West !.& 100 f.1
New England luli 3i; y,
Kast TonuesBoe (15,
Omaha n ntvf my,
Oregon 'transportation., si't 2J'i 2JM
OnturleAW " 14)4
l'acine Mall 31 31 3.1
Ulchmend Termlnul M 'iifi 22h
8U 1'ttUl U5 t,IJi 01)4
Toxes l'acine biiC
Union l'acine , mC m s:iv
Wabash Cem .... 11
Wabash l'ref S'l'S vim ny.
Weatarn U 71,1? 7111'J 71C
WoatHherollonds .... luiCl
. VnlLADBLVUIA LIST.
Leh. Vel s:U 52U MV
II, N.Y.A l'htla ?, .... jj
I'a. U. U MI4
lleadlng 21)13-14 2y. ?) r-U
Leh. Nav " 4.s
llostenv. 1'uss ,,
l.A A, ...., .,., .... 28
Ol' -,iyt 7;u
A'A'IK AO I'JCHTJMCMKA'Ta. "
f OS V- AOlTl LD'H aOLDNKOKlXeK
AJ en Vater itreet, betwuun Chrsluut and
Orange, 'ihe nader will be ruwuidid by leav
ing It at
lid" 120 NOltTII WATBH 8TUKET.
lTANTK U-a" (K)07 STOUT- Ile7
f I lit 0 tit 15 nr 111 VflRM nf flnnnancm.
, ", - -- -- v""- "tv w.3 j muu
m'j it mi fjwua kiuiu.
JACOB F. HUKAFFKH'H
PURE RYE WHISKY.
(MY OWN DISTILLATION.)
NO, IftCKNTUK HgUAUR
PFHLIO NOTIOK NOTIOK IS HKHK
by given that the viewers appointed by
Councils te view aid assesj en Uie proiiertv
ei;ei8 theceit et thocenatrarlloiioracowor
ln North Queen street, trein I'ennbiiuaretn
Kaat Orange airc.it. will meet en liiesday.
J uly 3, 1&S. at 10 o'clock a. ui , at Zshtn s Ceri
xplKKWOKKSI FIKKWOHKS I FIKK.
WOUKS l-llealera headquarters Onlv
place te get what the trade wunu. Uccellcci
IOI1N K. WKA irn . ...
101 Wtt King St, l.auciuter, I'a.
N.TIOih.K1VP 1EU 0KNT WILL
ba added te all Muter rent net nald en
orbeloro Junesi, lsj. ' uu
UK MKMUKKS OF CONKSTOQA
. .Kt'?UV,0l!tN.0,JU'Jr' O.W.A.M.,wtHiiifet
at their Hill, te morrow at 'J p. 111 , te attend
the lunornlet our late tire. Jehn lllllz. tin tin
plreuna (ioe Shinier Councils are lnvlled te
accompany ua by order et
... . JACOllD. HOUSKU.COUUCller.
Attest! K, 8. KuaTZ, Secretary.
7-OU CAN IlUY'NAPiTmALKNK,
J. tbe coal tur product, at
rUe.lLKY'0 KABT UNI) I'HAltMACY.
15e a in ckage or 2 ter 'ac.
i,pi.i,i,,ie i-.uaivrii Aiaraei,)
J ust received tinuw
imm geuuinocerk neut
hoeka (lliurlen make.)
let of geuulne cork flouts ana aiwint ,1.1,1 ir
L Jfllkl--tan r-ln a aaa .. f - U
ILe cheuiust let 01
rovl,lliiea,eto , In the city,
1 111 iiiiiuu lunar. 1 s
ituuee tinned nua uii i.nr., u-. ,,....
gloat bargulus. """'"SM
RSTATB OF DAN1KI. HIOKF.Y,
.Ail late of Lancaster city, ileeeused.
K,", i"Sni"a l. lhe nndewtaned, all person?
indebted thciute are requested tomakeliume.
dtate payment, and tboee having clutim orde.
Ln.R.n.a".u'LKlnt lb0 same, wilt preaent town
without delay for eetUemunt te Uie under.
Blgutd, at it Aetth Duke ureet.
JeI5 6tdM duilnlurater.
It xiwsysutvei BaUifactien.
g TKAR OLD PDKIBRYK WhIskIT"
tiuallty unsurpassed for the money.
KV.B!:,l'8 "QWOK StOVLW,
Wall Ceatre Bquere, Lancaster, Fa.
A by ;THK RKQU181TKH FOB BASS
uai.lr,.hin.,rln,thS w5? of 1-twes,- Leaden,
SSSn'-'.'S! k. '. na tbe various
Bundles that go te make nn an angler's eutnt
can be had at HUilbKYeauaaTORB.
W West Kin BtreeU
CJCHOOLTAX, 1888-THK DUI'LIOATK
n..uJ,ew ln th hands of the Treanurer.
enice hours from 9 a. m. till 4 p. m.
.. vr.O.MAK8HAiJLf Treasurer.
mlO-tfdB He, 12Centie Square.
CITY TAX, 1S88-THK CITY TAX DV DV
plleate Is new In the bands of lbs City
lreasnrer for collection. Orllea hours, 0.00
B-m. till 8.00 p. in. J, U. U ATUreN,
Je5 tldl. city Treasurer.
AUF-IIKKAii AGKN1 WANTED FOR
the 8th Wonder. Fealttvely the fastest
soiling arlKle en earth. Address
Jell-lwd t8l Canal Bt., N. Y. tlty.
rAimSRS' W-TBSI MARKET Ce, I
- .. . . ',ane 80.18SB. 5
The Beard of Directors have this day da
dared a dividend of three per cent., payable
en the first day of July, 18. attheoniceef
ln.8 t!EM,!rer' J eiin u. rnr,
j 11 n ltd aecretary.
NION I1UILDINO AND LOAN AS
BOCIATION Monthly meeting of stock
holders at J. K. snydei'j office. Na 112 Cost
King street, tats etenlng, from 7J te 0 o'clock.
Meney te lean. Bbares for sale In 27th series 1
uiuufcuiy uujriutinL, 91 laper BOATO.
It O. KI) W. HKOBNKIt, gocretary.
STATE OF MA8SEY B. KHOADS,
late of Lancaster, Pa., deceased. Letters
et administration en said estate having: been
granted te tbe underalgned, alt persons In
debted thereto ar requested te meke tmmo tmme tmmo
dlate payment, anil these having claims or de
mands eqalnst the same, will present them
without delay ler aottlement te the under
signed residing at Ne KM North charlette Bt..
ln said city. UKNU1T C. JIUBKOWK8,
. .. Administrator.
WAtTsn M FBAKgttir, Attorney. m21 OtdM
This Is te Inform my customers that 1 am
new prepared te ahew them an Assortment
of BprlnK Butting ana Trewserlng that cannot
The Latest Nnvelttcs In Spring Ovorceatlng
et ray own importation and confined styles.
1 1'OUTINQ TAILOR. NO.M1
RHSIONED-ISRAEL a. EKB, SEO SEO
reury of I'enn Township Mutual Klre
Insurance Company, of Lancaster county, re
signed as director and secretary or said Cem.
"'in1'. Kents snd members el the company
.""J. r.'Pa8.8 send all their communications, etc.
I01;,'. J;Uershey, secretery appointed, ifnort ifnert
inglllll, Lancaster ceanty, I'a. '
Mr. strb was appointed aecretarv pre tern, of
aid Company, en Docember 1, IM", In pace of
Hen Jno. U. Stebman, then secretary. and an.
pointed secretary and treasurer June se, vt'i.
elected a director June B, 18W. Ue nerved as
secretary ever twonty-eno years, and as direc
tor nineteen years, and Is new elected presi
dent of the proposed Agricultural Mutual
If Ire Insurance Ce. of Lancaster county, te be
locatedntLltltz, Pa. Je2l.3ta
BUV1NO FOR CASH ALWAYS
8AVJI9 MONKr. This Is se, generally
speaking, but It Is emphatically true when
ene purchases (irocerlcs a:
Tba Original and Only Cash Grocery
Ooeilsarosoldona Cash margin; net only
are a few things sold cheap as leaders er'balts'
In order te catch trade, but ovnryartlcle Is
sold at lowest pesslbia ptlcs. This explains
wnnt many poeplo call the phonemonal large
lrna,, iJ ,,Q00t,1Jt,"ttl and Oely Cash Orocery.
clde'LeSpf ft 1JUCk0U Rt 4 RB, flS-
,1, , ':l'UT ""'" KxriiACT-one or
Hire's 18c ","Kii eniy iaa u uotUe
DLBSIOATKD (Pieparcd) COCOANUT, very
nice, only 15a a Jt, n thutu net cheat) ler it
C'KKAMSOI)a'I13UU1T In ft mckases l'c
HINOKH BNAPH. very One, only Se aft '
CllYMTAL LUMP siABtlJl only Se a ft
FA M II. Y ULOSS LUM I' ln 4 It boxes. Sic.
KIKK'8 OLKINK SOAP I. oneof the best,
nndnt te 19 the cheapest Laundry Seap lu the
world. Knch plecn weighs a ft. "
HA19INS ate rather easy. Nice liult, 8e
IMtUNKI.l.AH urn rlinnnr
only no a ft.
NOUTHWKSr COKNKK DUKE AND
MrTolepheno. Open overy evening.
Kalmday teeuicft as
though we had a con
tract te 11 1 the multitude
In Thin Clothing.
lsuyers get a quick
send eir by seeing seen
'Just w bat they wanted,
oe lnncu ier right kinds, tin poly lining'
right prices, Plenty mero pick te ilay. Men's
Serge, Jflannel and IbeWet Suit?, comfort,
styie auu durability, tle, l.'. Heys' and Ltttle
Beys' Coel Suits and Coats. A royal selectlcn
et Men'a 1'lannel Shirts and Heys' Waists,
Underwear, Hosiery, Dreas and Night Shirts,
Cellars, Culliaud Neckwear; every deilnble
kind te suit both Uste and pnrie.
L'letlihif; miJ 1'iirulsliliig (Joeils,
NOUTU UUKKN ST.
TETILLIAMSON & FOSTEK.
Yeu Knew Whit Veu Need
Theim'-meter in thsKinelift
WE 1IA K JUJT WHAT YOU WANT.
IN AIIUNIIANCIT, AT
PRICES SO LOW
TjIAT (OMPKT1TION H llll'OSSlltl.K.
Oenta' llne Urald llress straw Hats at2'
Httt9nJi50LlBUt Cowfertable Maullla Hark
(lunls Maullla Hals.ll liand ll.M.
Alpine Straw Hats, Boe and f 1 te.
Mucklnaw Straw Hats, 23c.
llreud llilmllau feryinhlng and Plentes.
-.H."-6h. ttllrt urass Hau for the lUryest
Field at 6a and loc
llere tbeets and Ijip Sprcadi, tOc te II tee.
I ii'rl'ign Wht, IS, te, 2i cents.
Linen lilts, 15c ; Linen Helmets, 60c.
Wholesale Prlcea te Dealers.
Williamson & Fester,
32. a , :i(J & 38 E. KING ST.,
A GRAND PIONIO
UHixr council or tnrtTiu j.iimi)8,
e Mount (iretna.
a.,.S i,Sl?f Sfir' ". ! Bone
Trip, (100. children nader ll year belt
BAND 1NHTKUMENT8 NICKEL
... .'sted. lfnslelans In city and county
will plesse note thtt we are Mleksl rutin
large qnanUlles of bad Instrumenu. Bat",
147 North Oneen atreeu Werk warranted and
M. ,TlmUng ana Pellihlng works,
ap4wdK UONortte Market BUwst.
A DESIRABLE RKSIDKNUK FOR
....BA-,? J;t3l1,tyr "eliand avenue, op.
peslta McUrann's Park i large two-story l5rlck
20.,,l!"ii55,a.w,li, ,ta. et and celiTwater,
batb-roem. closet, etc.! entire house lately
papered t lare let oenUtnlns; choice fruit
l!!2bJFtJlJ? .?.tc-' J, nn" Sltehen garden.
Sqin!!5dinee?,,nr U m0T,Dg Wlr'
fliSF. P.IlnUnif. accident by lira and
i.-,?iH,rJ.K?5?.,T,l,,en et eMer in the
fitZf-S22-pKh,blllrf ,hs j8 or casting,
!XaV&?.,lef..lll,,ll,' roekeuoT etbfr
will be strictly enlorted. The said etnanci
entirely nrehlbita thafirin.f7.!Uk..
arearni;. or the selling, easting, throwing or
n ring chasers or ether n reworks eperatlne a
similar manner, within the limit of tbe city .
. ,,,,.. uw' uuKL:r,
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the following described City Bends are
hereby called In ier the Sinking rund of the
lS,ne. autnerlaed by ordinance approved
March J. A. U. 1881, and amended by ordinance
approved March 29, lMl, re refund tfco.cen of
mu iuuouieuumjui uieoiiyeiijancaaier, ra.,
at four per cent.
,"' l-.B 2,ar'n or ene te Twenty Yearr, via t
Nes.,27, 28, 89, 40, 84, One Thousand Dollars
04. 97. 98. 100, 101, 118.' 1(6, 107.108. lli. lie rive
I!n?Ka.V9LUr" con t Nes. 8, 4, 12, 27.V8, 29, SO,
70, 71, 7J, 73. 74. 7J, 70, 82, 88, 100, 101, 102 One Uun'
died tiellars each.
i ne above numbered bends win be presented
for payment at thli office en or befere the first
day of July, 1838 1 Interest en said bends will
ceae en that data.
loTetlllJylS KDW.KDOgn.LEY, Mayer.
1'alauh or rAsmeir.
PALACE OF FASHION,
13 East King Street,
Our Jersey sale is in its height
new. People have feunjl out
that we mean te sell them.
Refer te our price list in this
paper of the 2 1 st and 2 2d, and
then call en us. It will pay you
Our Jersey department has
been removed te our ground
fleer. Very convenient.
Additional room has been
given te the display of Ribbons.
We have placed a large tible
with two lets of Ribbons at bar
Let 1. Ne. 9 and 12, all-silk,
Satin and Gres-Grain Ribbons,
also Ne. 9, watered In picot
and crown edged, all-silk. Price
1 5c a yard.
Let 2. 5, 6 and 7 inch Fancy
Ribbons, embree, striped and
satin edged, gres-grain and
moire, in all the newest shades,
formerly 75c te $1 a yard, price
new 50c a yard.
Sweeping reductions in Tips.
One let of colored Tips, re
duced te iec a bunch.
One let of fine colored Tips,
formerly $1, reduced te 50c a
One let of fine Tips, formerly
$1.25 and $1.50, reduced te 75c
One let of shaded Pompon
Tips, formerly $2, reduced te $1
One let of Black Tips, re
duced te 25c a bunch, former
Come early, else some of
these bargains will be gene.
Children's Sailor Hats, re
duced te 14c.
Ladies' colored union Milan
and Fancy Straw Hats, formerly
50 te 75c, reduced te 25c.
Ladies' fine Milan Hats, for
merly $1.50 te $2.75, all re
duced te $1, in white and col cel col
ered. New bargains in Swiss Em
broideries, 22-inch, at 37, 45,
50 and fTec a yard.
45-inch Skirting, at 39, 50,
65, 75c and $1 a yard.
Come and see them !
Our whole stock of Parasols
reduced te cost price.
ASTRICITS P. 0. F.,
Ladies, Loek te Your
We began tbe parasol season wltban en
tirely new stock. We want te de the same next
) ear. And te that end eiler Great Ilargalns In
Parasols and Dun Umbrella. Prices are
marked away d wn, and goods must go. Cell
and see llargalu.
R. B. & H.,
NO. U KAbl'lU.NUSr.
HOOTS A.D SllOtiX.
Fer Little Meney.
Wehavna v.ny ilmi lliillen Bboe ler ladles
lu PebliloUeit, might Kid, or Kid Foxed and
ulove Tep, Worked IJutteu Heles, which we
A full linn of Kid aud llrlgbt Dongola Or.
font lies and Opera Ullppeis.
We claim te cell aa cheap as any house In
Lancaster, and mild bepleuaedte bave you
compare our price i with theee you have been
WM. H. GAST,
AOKR A BROTHER.
FINE DECORATIVE HANGING,.
CHOICE ENGLISH HANGINGS
ENGLISH WASHABLE 0AE8.
Wew opening for the wai in season . We make
an honest effort te render satisfaction 10 the
cualoiuer In every case.
rui.L links or
Gent's Summer Undeiwear
Hoslery. Cellars and Octfs and Furnishings,
An inspection of our stock and prices re
Gee. P. Eathven,
Ne. 25 East Eieg St.
Next Doer te the Lancaster County National
3; 5 and IO Cents.
R I SM A N3
iVO. 4S WES'l KINU SI.
Ncxt Doer te Bayler'a l'hotegrai'h Hal Hal
VOH UALH OR HUNT.
of Duke street.
THE KAST 81DK
between Onmcd an,i
buetiiuui, ier runu
FOR RENT FRONT AND KEAK
basements under Hlrsb A Ilre.'s Clothing
Stere 1 rrent ene suitable for shoemaker shop ;.
rear suitable Ier eating hense or green grocery.
Apply te HlHSlI.t aim..
jui-ima centre square.
HOUSES FOR HA IjE ON THE MOST
liberal terms, en IVeit Chestnut, Wal
nut, Lemen, Mary, Pine and Charlette streets.
mlMmd l!W NOUT11 UAUY BTUEKT.
KENT-FKOM APRIL 1. 1SSR.
lorene or a term of vean. thn hite.i,V..
U&llread. with Ceal and Lnmlwr Vnwt w,
house, Locomotive ar.d Cars : all In geed and
running order. The lease of this valuable
property presents a rare opportunity te any
pa.rt.y..J?!.r1n te engage In a pleasant, well
established and prnllUvbTe business. Per con.
dttlens, rent orether Information apply te
., ft,, ut iiaxiibi lIAUAlUAUUNa,U
Lancaster city, Pa.
NOTICE IS HEREBY CUVEN THAT
In compliance with an ordinance, ap.
preved March IS, 1687, for the levy and cellec
tlen et a license tax within the cltvef I ancaa.
HAGER (6 BROTHER
The People's Cash Stere
ter, for street purposes, en all hacks, cabe.
couches, omnibuses, lour horse wagons, two
horse w.gene, local delivery, drays, certs,
rther veblcles, street railway cars, telegraph,
telephone, and electile light pole., U new due
and payable at tbe elllce et the City Treasurer.
Any person falling te take out a license or
refusing te pay the license tax required by
said ordinance, or who abeil violate any of tbe
nrovUlensnf any section thereof, shall sub.
Ject the offender, In addition te tte Imme
diate forfeit of hi lleente. te a penalty et Uve
dollars for each and every otfeeae.
. ,, J. it. BATH PON,
JeH-2wa city Treasurer,
Gauss and Balbrlggan
Ladles' Oaute Vests, e up.
Ladles' Lisle Jersey Elbbed Vests
ChUdren's Qanzs Vests, UWe en.
Men's Saute Bhlrls. see ap.
Whit and Percale Bhtrte:
Colerea Cheviot, and runnel 8nlrU,aaote
Bargains In Men's Fine Summer euipen.
ders, price 15 cent. .
Cellars, CetTs, Uandkerehters. Hestary, ate.
Caslfprt"0 Wtt,ng an(1 Canopies at Lewest
JOHJ S. GIVLEB,
6 & 8 North Queen St,
J-EVV YORK STORE.
WATT &SH AND
a, 8 & ie hast ki aa bt.
Make It thelr study te provide goods ler all
sorts of weather.
An extentlve assortment of
NEW WABH OHALLIEB.
-J?1."1 C0P's of the finest Freneh designs,
printed en cream ground with th beat celrra
centaayartl Prlnlet' t "i 7, 8 and 10
eu?Sle. lien6onef 'fle2Sftnt,y cenlP1'n""t'
hi ? ?tyIes we nnlque. the colors all that can
be desired, and tbe price always the lowest,
In choice styles, copied from the new French
dc signs, superior quality, llJe a yard.
InCroamandWhlleOronnds.8, 10, ux cents
OR A ZY OR APES,
10 cents a yard, sold everywhere atl2X.
Every doslrable atyle In the new TOILK
yard excollent quality, ltx cents a
BLACK BILK M1TT3 are new In great de
mand and we are prepared te supply eveiy
wA8.pfc'al J,arsatn In ALL BILK LACK
MITTtj only lsw cents a pair.
JBRSKY BILK Mirxs; excellent Quality, 20
eente a pair.
JEBBky SILK MITTS, pointed back, 21
cents a pair.
New Yerk Stere.
B. MARTIN & CO.
Our buyer has J ust returned from tbe mar
ket and te morrow there will In displayed en
our counters seme of the greatest drives In
Novelties ever shown.
Mere demand for them every day, Te a yard j
sold everywhere at 8 and 9a a yard. Every
pattern made we have In stock. Weel Coal Ceal
lies, Ki a yard. Half Weel challles, 20c a
This U Hi the story of our stock, 91 patterns,
at S5c j 41 patterns, at 590 ; S3 patterns at 25c.
An immense stock in all the deslrableihades
-Gebelin, Blue, Terra Cotta.etc.
Over a yard wide, Cream and White grounds,
at 9e a yard ; regular price, 16c a yard.
d.KT KEADY FOR VACATION AND
Tourists and Excursionists
Will Find It Much te their Advantage In Ee.
Trunk or Traveling Bag
Te Examine the Large and Varied Assortment
THUNKB-AII Sixes and AH 11 Ices from
H.oe up. .iUA.t,iNu Ui.ua lreiu iec te
Special TrunkB for Ladles, with an extra
tray for dresses. Quality and l'rlce Guaranteed,
J. B. MARTIN A CO.
Otm LINK OK
Was never larger and we guarantee you a
cool head when we give you a hat weighing
3Xez. BuehttM the" 110SION IlKAUTIKS.''
J"' "2"' LJ"S Latest Styles ln STirr AND
el I4AW HATS.
aruen't forget that we have an Overstock
of straw Mats and are new Selling thetnal
Closing Out Prices.
STAUFFER & CO.,
.N0S. 31 A S3 NORTH QUKKK NT.