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jJSOB IiAKO&gEflB BAIXir DmaraGBSfQ TUESDAY. -JTOTE 26, 1888.
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THJl Utsf LLIQKNCXB,
$ ' Hw Mat I Ortr.
' iTfca Bepublican politicians, new that
tlMbftttlelierer, are earnestly ezamln
jty their wounds and laurel wreaths.
flM are set many of the latter, but
rhit there are seem te belong te the
ftw Yerk people, who took upllarrlsen
- M their second choice and get Morten as
tWt first. If Mr. Depew wants te go
rt of railroading into politics, he will
bave a fine chance should Harrison be
." however, his chance is tee remote te war-
iVJMt Mm In making his choice new. He
iwh te have come out well at the head
ffC W delegation, after bis first slip in
' .'permitting himself te be nominated. lie
ikl lad the geed sense early te see the impessl'
Witty of his selection, and his late rc:eg-
aWen of this patent fact was redeemed
WlT the accuracy of the next observation
Wlm took of the way the convention cat
$'1TM going te jump.
',v,u In Pennsylvania we de net see anyone
111 who has particularly covered himself witli
L'-ln Dnr T.annafAr rlalAmifna mrltr tui
m h.niw aa a. In l.ftliian.lnnMM...n t
iliayt'; nanu, iu bum cull viugiroe w
-- Harrison. Editor Smith, of thn VUUa.
av 77., -e , , . V ,
jr. venuw iris, ciuiuis ve ue uappy as an
l. utiguim luuiiwuiuiiu, uuii iita ciuiin uees
rfj-. be Rem te db wen teunueu save as liar.
i ? . . . M .1
Ulalne are Interchangeable
?!..& a .--. . .....
- w senator vuay appears te na e aitogetiier
come te grief, having pinned his faith te
Sternum, who was laid out very cold In
deed. Mr. Cooper. Mr. Macce. Mr,
1 , .Smith and the ether politicians of whose
aft tiannv In Wa fnmlita nn1 tt la nnt-
L'iBS- ,"". -- " "" """" " "'""
iXvjlUMly that the party in the state will be
. mers harmonious hereafter than it has
4 been; and its harmony has net been
great. In the event of Harrison's elec-
fSl tlna the cohesive newer of thn nnntln will
J. ,-! ,,. v ,W V.-w..U
rf'i'- aeUdlfv it - hnt If hn U lutnf an 1,re la
& : ' --w, -wu .u
;i ptomueet a Democratic state in Fenn.
f 'Mvlvmnta In th Anrlv fntiirn
William the Wordy.
The German emperor has made the
opening of the Iteichstag the occasion for
great display of pomp, 'ceremony and
Terbeslty; the latter being by far the
meatlnterestlngtethe hard-headed poe-
;iPne form the front rank of progress
$ ua' nu own ana ether civilized lands.
S-nerds can net well be made te stand
ilM aad the day has passed when thrones mav
'"..' Wl.i. -. Jl l. .1 ..
..si Muyt suuiuiug uy vue mere stiuness or
JI'feM lace and titles. The world cares very
i&mmu let we details or the theatrical
a)ctacle,evenif the geld plated super
SfBumeraries were German princelets of an-
-C-d.,""""' ., uuuvtmiu bUUlk liMMtlB WOtO
', Jtwals of fabulous value. Uut If the
) jnuig ciuictur uiucu uuan column into
3tha papers of the world, there is fair
' reason te suppose that he gave some hint
.of his Intentions and the world is gravely
, interested, He has already talked several
' times with curiously interesting results.
A large number of Intelligent people be
lieve him te be a war horse from nway
back, scenting the battle from afar, and
ether clear-minded observers find him tn
fce a peacefully disposed young man who
: knows hew te tickle the military vanity
of a martial nation. In this latest geld-
"framed pen picture of his mind, the em-
perer has shown his determination te
t fellow In the diplomatic and military
tracJr of his grandfather. He will con
tinue the work of solidifying all (Jerman
speaking people into one great nation ,and
t U hebas te fight out any part of the prob
lem he will de se without hesitation. He
proposes also te encourage legislation
that will protect "the weak and oppressed
la their struggle for existence," and will
r "equalize unhealthy social contrasts."
These expressions must have sounded
i atrangely as they fell upon the haughty
alienee of that grand company in the old
" castle hall, with their blazing Jem h and
regalia, and the treasured relics of her
aldic pomp of the days when knl,,hts en
horseback cared nothing for aeci.il con
trast or the struggles of the people. Hut
William added that he sternly opposed nil
efforts having the aim or tendency te
undermine public order.
It Is the speech of a slreng man, who whe
erer was the author of It.
Its Cabled Order.
The Republican convention has had a
better deliverance than was te have been
expected. General ITnrrienn u n0-
gj5s aby an unobjectionable nominee for pres.
Mima, lie Dears me reputation of being
an honest man, which is a repute net en-
joyeaeyeitner James G. Blaine or Jehn
Sherman, who seem te have been the first
choice of the two factions of the Itepub
lican party. It is a gratification te the
decent citizens of the republic that the
presidential nominees of both parties are
aW te be men of personal integrity. It
WlZw nv tebe Pealble for any ether
$ ,"" ui men te ue even namcA fnr ,
fittt efllce in the nation. Thn ...,
$& en the Republican ticket does net
:i, f ITO It strength, sive as Mr. Morten is a
i of great wealth and aMn tn ,,ni.,
' .the needed funds of the campaign. He
te set a man of any particular strength
otherwise, and the Republican ticket as
a whole falls much below the Democratic
.ticket la point of ability.
It might as well have been nemiuaUd
Jnadayasaweek. The friends of Blaine
bad control of the convention and made
the nomlnat'ea after thev rfreiwi t.ni.
kr tire orders from him by cable that they
Kit mwuia abstain from vetln-r rr him
V ?iUl cr wltlleut his connivance they had
a, ,-. pmnx seeping me convention from makinir
'r e"0lcefcecaus8 of their desire te finally
'WZTT". mm WU1CU tDere no doubt
. br I&at thev Cnnld an.l .,.1.1 I i ... j.
i717,V 7 ----- nuuiuuavcuuueuiui
kCT "ul anatne ether candl-
-'!rt!7a,ulalne te hia Premise net te be
', eaadlate amUnst him. a. h, ..,.,
& ' htlhneff thv were brain clouted
XmMeT y me cabled onIfrem
fNtt Tat!en directed from Europe. It
illustrates tlie wonderful progress we are
nmktagin political antimalarial science.
Mr. Uliilne though supposed te be out
en a country read la England was all the
while within speedy reach of Chicago. 1 1
h said that lie sent an answer te one
dlSDltch within nn tinnr nml n half! it
gotten been said that the Jndgent te
I vjwww i.uiBmncni mm bkwiw ""
than upon the spot ; ana certainly jut.
Blaine had all the advantage whicli he
could well net from distance in Issuing
his instructions te Chicago. And his
Judgment was geed in his final order,
though he might have been quicker In
The Electoral Sltnntlen.
The nomination of Benjamin Harrison,
of Indiana, for president by the Republi
can national convention, will cause a
fierce struggle for the electoral votes of
Indiana. As the situation new stands,
it is pretty generally ageeed that there
are le3 sura Democratic votes in tne
Southern stales, which with New Yerk's
thlrty-stx votes will make n total of 169
in the electoral college out of a necessary
201. The alleged surely Republican states
feet up 182 votes, and they expect te get
fifteen of the necessary nineteen addi
tional votes in Indiana. Whether they
will or net is a question. Te make
up the necessary Democratic twelve, the
Democrats leek te New Jersey and Con
necticut, which voted for Cleveland four
years age, and te California, which Is
most likely te vote for Cleveland this year.
All these debatable states, except Connec
ticut, are under Democratic control new,
and with the irresistible wave of tariff
reform sweeping ever the country, it Is
net easy te see where there is a gleam of
liope for Republican success.
Ne Mere of Illalne.
It will be a source of great relief te the
patriotic citizens of the country that
James G. Blalne is laid upon the shelf
and that the American people can settle
down te the serene certainty that he will
net by any possibility sit in the executive
mansion. Ne man who aspired for the
place w.i3 ever mero unfitted for it. The
campaign of four years age was filled
with disgusting personalities, nil because
of his malodorous public record. It will
net be se this year. The fight will net
be clouded by the dust of personal detrac
tion. It will be a equare stand-up fight
en the question whether needless taxation
shall be imposed upon the people in order
te previde nn enormous surplus te tempt
cupidity and encourage 'extravagance.
There la no doubt of the result. By the
re election of Grever Cleveland it will be
declnred that unnecessary taxation is tin
Just taxation and needless tax payments
uhall remain In the pockets of the people.
Why ilkl tbe ltepubllcans of Lancaster
besome no oettatlo acd boMlereus ever the
mouee lieru of thelr Uberlng Chicago
tneantal n? W by a Id they howl and choer
and toot for n oettaln Mr, Harrison when
obliged te confess their natural Ignerance
of who the man waa or what he ever did te
exoltejoy attlielr mention et hla natneT
Taeenly reasenable anawer la that the
Heek of Hheep deaerted by bell wttber
Blalne, lieps'.ev, forlorn and molaneholy,
were reaily te bleat ftirieualy for any thing
weiring u bell, without waiting for day
light te eee whether It was a Jaekasa or a
goat The DamoeraU bad a leador tried
and Approved and, aoreneln theoenUdenoe
of vlotery, they greeted hla formal nomina
tion with h tinny hut dlgniued approval.
It It a plcaimat pastime te gravely ques
tion Republicans as te the cause of thelr
extravaKant Jey evor the Bolectlon el n
Victim for Haorltleo In November.
AceeniMNO te the l'hliadelphla J'ltss
Quay thought that tbe vete of Allisen, in
lows, wai going te Hherman. When It
went te Uirrlaen, Quay said te doneral
Hendoraeu, the Iowa leador, "Honderaon,
1 think you are a traitor." He much for
liepubiican harmony I
It liny ba true tnat uiore'pooplo are
kllled overy year by falling out of windows
than by tlie various perlls of the rail, but
the victims cl tbe deadly window usually
haoenly themselves te blatue, whlle the
poeplo slaugbtored en tbe railroad often
perlshln uplte of habitual and atudled pru pru
denec Xcribntr'a Magazine la publishing
a sorles of railway artlelOB that promlse te
bring clearly bofero the publle oye tbe
main onsentlalH of pa'ety In railway travel.
The Hist nrtlole, by the well known au
thority, Themas Curtis Clarke, points out
Bovernl ways of making travel by rail mero
sale. We have 3:213 miles of railway
bridges In the United States. Of Iren and
woeion tniBa bridges there are 1,080 miles,
andofweoiieu trCHUes 2,127 miles. Wnny
of enr werat disasters have resulted from
tbe burning of woedon bridges. Anether
point la that trains should run abeve and
net between tbe trumen, bccauie ' most
brldge acoldenta can be traced te dernlled
tralnasttiklng the truBaea and knocking
them down." Again he aayatbat the aheck
of pasHlng from tbe elastle earth te tbe
mere solid brldge eften develops a Haw or
crack Inn wheel oraxle, and a break do de
rallsthe train. He propeseatoremody this
by covering Rll new bridges with a steel
deck covered with stene ballast, with ties
bsdded In It aa lu an ordinary roadbed,
QovKiisen IlKAVKn would de a neat and
fitting aet In appointing Judge McCellutn
te the vacancy caused by the deatb of Judue
Trunkey. McUellum Is a Democrat, but he
will be olie'.od In Novembjr, se why net
appoint him new ?
Uennib IJarrisen haa tasted of the
bittera of doleat. In 1870 he was net oltcted
governor of Indiana, in 1S87 be was net
elected United States senator. In 18S3 be
will net be elected president of tliese
United Htfttc. Damocratie rule la tee geed
te be displaced. The people are for Cleve-
isnu ana 'tnurman.
Thk Philadelphia J'scas and Imiuircr at
this stege of the campaign bad better
step everything dse and try te reconcile
their pleiurca et tbe Republican candldate
for vice president, j,evi 1'. Morten, The
Jnquirer preBenta him with luxmiant
niousttcbe and side whlakers, while tbe
J ress pictures him as beardleaa as a China
man. Perhaps tbe JVm meana by Its
plcture te represent hew he will leek alter
tbepeppleRotthreuBb voting In Noyember.
Then the wind will net be blowing through
his wbUkerH. "
" Teny " II aut la new an lnme of n,n
la lunatle heapiut In Wc!25?, llL
.0Lu Oiuwk JJazaui., the noted
SSIJaM',i ll0,8lur. "wtbem'atlcian and
meupbysiclan, died suddenly at his home
Jjjriiv Uulmest, the wealthy renre.
jentatlve in Cengresi of the i'lrst Kew
Yerk district, hai "determined net te hS a
candidate again. He ha, new R"?Ted Xou?
terms, and thinks that Is quite enough.
IJb. Uenjamix Kine, one of tbe eldest
emcera ou the retired list of the United
Hlstcs army, died en Sunday, in Anna
Arundel county, Maryland, In tbWfyea?
of hta gge. Ue was a graduate of We"t
I'elnt and nerved through the war of 181"
the Seminole war and the Mexican war as
surgeon, and wm plieed en the retired Hat
shortly after the outbreak of the civil war.
Ite net dceeh efl," the tick ean sitd,
With lamaia turn et plllewea licaO
We came from nothing into life.
Te nothing go irem being's strife t
Tlie Will that drew us from ttie dust
Withdraws Its faeis, and fall we mint.
Tell throbbing Orm, this shrinking briln
WIU join the eleuienti ag nln,
And lire no mere save In Ged's hands,
As i ubiUt os for his fcitnre plans.
ThU shadow land of which we hear,
Use fairy lere delights the ear,
Bat no convincing proofs are found.
Ner Is Its logte clear and sound,
lie net decelred. .Te die means death
All gees with this uncertain breath."
Yet when the parting time wa nigh,
And we, with saddened hearts steed by,
There came Inte bar fading eyes
A quick, keen leek of f lad snrprlte j
Be strong, se plain we saw lu trace
Hours after en the dead, cold f tc .
I.riiira Garland Oarr in Boiten Irantcrlpt.
TU AT 11 ACHING QUUUB Can Be SO qulckl
enred by BhUeh'a Cure. We guanntee It. Beld
B.' Cochran Ornggut. Nes. 1S7 and 1st
North Queen St., Lancaster, Fa.
I hr been troubled with catarrh from
boyhood, and considered my ctse enrnnlc
until about three years age 1 procured 1 It's
(jretm Halm, and) count myselr sound today,
all from tbe use of one bottle. J, it. Coelev.
Hardware Merchant, Montrese, l'a.
Mr. P. at. Harber hm nsed Kly's Cream Ilalm
for citarrh In his family and cemuiends It
very highly, a lady is recovering the sense of
smell. A Tunkhannoek lawyer, known te
many et our rpade, ssts he was cured of
dcalaess. rittHen, l'a., Uaielle.
fHiLADiLrBU, Tuesday, June Vi, 1888.
Latest novelties in Ladies'
Bathing Suits. Loek among
them. There is nothing missing
that ought te be herc.l
Novelties In llraldtd Jersoy. Knit Halts. Hi
Usually SI and 17.
evelties in etrlped Stockinet, ts
The 'Princess," innat tauter ul and Jaunty as
well as the unit seivlceablr.
We recemmend Jersey nathlng Hnlta be
11)0 net cling te the ferm: yery
elistlc; de net Impeae motion el
wearer In water.
2-Ltsa than half the weight of flannel
tl-Uelna- knitted,: de net he'd water:
wrarer as dressy when coming irem
A large llneet rianneiliathlnir Suits t all tlie
new thlnss el tbe seaann rialn, IJSOund
S3; nralfled. 3.W, II, and II 60. '
Ladies' Dusters. At the top
in quality, quantity, style. Frem
$2 Linen te $20 Silk ; all new
this season. Many el the styles
are exclusively our own :
Mohair, plain, 11.60, IS te, SO.
Slehalr, plaid, 17 and $t.
Mnhilr, sUlped, 7 1, i te, J) ;i,
Ulerla,l3&0, 115, e
Bcoend fleer, Chestnut street slde. Twoele-
There's a Chestnut street
window full of Finest French
Sateens. Sec them in a dozen
drapings. Your first thought
is " flowered silk " every time.
Only a few even of French
makers can get such an ex
quisite finish en cottons.
There are French Sateens
and French Sateens. If you
want the very top notch of ex
cellence, use your eyes.
and all the most popular shades
in a great variety of the newest
Seme Sateens that have been
37 and 31c are 25c.
Peerless Sateens 1 2c.
Southwest of centra.
25c Ginghams for 15c.
40c Gingham for 25c.
50c Gingham for 370.
A money-saving tune in that
Surprising values in women's
Gloves and Mitts:
1 jne Franie Llglen at 15W rents
rine llluek silk Mitts at-soenta.
I'nre Bilk Uloves at a cents
High clues Slla, euib'd backs, te centi.
All new lets, and representing
bigger value for the price than
any we have lately sold.
AnuVt8KVn1t0rJucCe?UnU;r'n,nlh fr0U1 "-
Manufacturers' remnants of
Hamburgs at half price. There
is a day or two of geed pick
ing among them yet.
New Ceylon Flannel from
the famous Gingham Ander
sons. Modest Patterns all
stripes and checks. Finish is
like the finest Gingham. Soft
ness of the wool filling, firmness
of the cotton warp. Celers soft
as sunrise tints :
Stuffs that women and children
delight in. 50c a yard. Other
Ceylens 37 and 31c; kinds
that last year were 50 te 75c.
Finest French Printed Flan
nels stripes 65c.
Northeast of centre.
About 100 Tennis Rackets
that were last season $4 and $5
each come te us se you shall
1'ai-J.nt lib e-rk handle for 74
ItiCkU with ceOur lmndm mi-. V
The witchery of Archery
again felt :
l.ancowend Ue-, Itfn te 11.23
Arjeus, 75ceuls lottude? in.
Uaie merit, northeast et centre.
3000 pieces Ceral Glass
quarter the original price price
bpoeu-hoiders By nip Juts
lla.ement, northwest 01 centre.
ji a a; k nit chjTFPs.
3; 5 and 10 Cents,
A'O. 4i WES'l j;ixa SI.
leryTKe3tl)oer t0 ye's -"botemfh Ual
XXDWAL. BOOTS Ann mnnmm I - M"' i T!
A KEK'S -PILLS-
for Ithcumatlim, Neuralgia, and Gout. Ste
phen I.anslog.ef Yonkers. N. says: "Rec
ommendect as a enre for ehronle Oestlranets,
Ayer's Pills have relieved me from that trou
ble and also from GOUT, If every victim of
this dlieaie would heed only three words et
mine, I could banish (lout from the land."
These werda would be-' Try Ayer'a Pills.' "
iiy the use el Ayer's Fills alone, 1 cured
myself permanently of rheumatism which
had troubled me several months. These fills
are at once harmless and effectual, and, t be
lieve would prove aspeoineln all cases et In
Ne medicine could have served me In better
stcad."-t). C. Heck, corner, ay.yelles I'rlth,
O. 1 Itenkln, Nevada City, writes : " I
have used Xyet's Tills for sixteen years, and
I think they are the best l'tlls In the world.
We keep a box et them In the house all the
time. Ihiy have cured me of sick headache
and neuralgia, elnce taking- Ayer's rills, 1
have been free from all complaints."
" I have derived great beneflt from Ayer's
Tills, rive years age 1 was taken se 111 with
rheumatism that 1 was unable te de any
work. I took three boxes -f Ayer's Pills and
was entirely enred. Since that tlme I am
never without a box ei these pills." l'eter
Chrlstensen, Shet weed, Wis,
Ayer's Cathartic Fills.
Dr. J. O. Ayer & Ce., Lewell, Maes.
Feld by all Dealers In Medicine
ATER'H HAIR VIUOK.
0R BALI AT
rr. d. cecuitAN'M Duva steuk,
Nes. 137 A IS) North Queen St., Lancaster, l'a.
SAFE, 8UKE AND SPEEDY CURE.
liupture, Varloecelo and Special Diseases
of either sex. Why be hnmbngged by quacks
when you can find In Dr. Wright the only Baa
trtAa Pbtbieiak In rhlladnlphU who make a
specialty et the abeve diseases, and guxm
InaMT Curbs UUAHAame. Advice rree day
ana evening. Strangers can be treated and re
turn home aame day. Unices private.
DU. W. H. WHIGIIT,
S41 North Ninth Street, Above Ilace,
V. O. Bex 673 Philadelphia.
FL1NN & BRENEMAN.
mm & BRENEMAN,
Ne le3 Werth Queen BtreBt,
VOMPLKXION TO WDKK,
QO M V iTkxTeiT lOVV DEr
WHO VAI.UK A RKr-INKD COMI'LKXION
It Imparts a brilliant transparency te the
skin. Uoineves all pimples, freckles ind dls
??ltI0.,1B' pa. makes I be skin delicately
sol tana beautlful. ItcenUlns no lime, wblte.
lejd or avsonle. In tbtee shades, rink or flesh!
whlte and brunette, ' '
All Druggists and Fanev Geeda
Doalers 3very where.
IAIjIj and hue "
Sixty Candle-Light I Ucau them all,
Anether het of CHKAP QI.0UK3 feruaa an
- Ill) Hfnmu mM
XHH PBRFKOTIOl. ',
KA1AL UODLIltNU UUBintll CUSU10M
lieau thorn all.trnis strip outwears all ethers.
Keeps out the cold. Step rattling et windows.
Kxcluae the dust. Keep out snow and rain.
A,n.1!S5Siean..,ll,Rljr i-e waste cu- dirt made
L", iPp.1,l?f ,u a?n n110 anywhere-no
holes te bore, ready for use. It will net split.
warn ershrlnk-a, cushion strip U the mesi
a"!?1. At the Steve, Ueajer ana Kang
Jehn P. Sehaum & 8eds.
24 SOUTH QUEEN ST..
A HVJIA 1.T BLO OKS.
Asphalt iiTeck Ce.,
Onice-Ml Chestnut St, I'ntla , l'a.
Works-itrldgepert, fa., a Camden, N. J.
it ANUPACTUUKUfl OP
Standard Asphalt Paving Blocks
eiKStxSxlJ AND txlJixll
Jn general u je forstreetpavlng.stdewalis irar
cel urs. vats and sea walls. Vavautages'
callylnaeltracilblVnaehe'apT tuw" prac"
Per prlcts and further lnlormatlen address'
R. B, OSTER & BRO.,
Lancaster Ce.. 321 North Prince St.
uaucuiur, , ntliad
OAUMGAKDNKU'H COMfAN Y,
DJft:-Nerth Prince Street, near Keeling
surislia I.ANOASTJBB, PA
JJ U. MAHTIN.
Wholesale ami It a tail Dealer In all kinds of
uumuh Ami tuili,
. Yabb-ne. tw North Water andPrine
Streets, above L wen Lancaster. eHid
i .i-.rii--fuiij.ifc.. - . . , - ua.i- -rsssi srssrsssi
I -LJJr-'-'--'-' .mr4m, I S-.-AWVW, ..,--,xa . . ,r -,, w ,,. .
lj wxe Aiii- ems JML I
D, P. STACKSOUSB,
SO b 30 BAST KINO, BT.
Net old stock but fresh, new goods Coming
tn dally from the factory and bought for cash.
That is why we can sell our Shoes te much
cheaper than the ether stores, and we give our
customers the bone (It of close buying.
Kverybedy about here f nil of snap and vim
a different Shee Stere from what It was -a
UKTTCK ene i but of alt Shee Stores mere
life, mere geed goods of the right sort and
WCeme and sre ns t we cheerfully show
yen the goeSs, whether you purchase or net.
LANCASTER, 1' A. KWlydAw
"TKW HBOK BTORE.
Summer Feet Wear I
Everything desirable In low ent shoes, Ox
ford ties and ailppen In great varkty ler la
dles, misses and children.
Ladles' French kid, hand-turn Oxford ties
In common sense ana opera tees, very lbtht
and easy te the feet.
A yery stylish low shoe for ladles Is enr pat
ent leather foxed Oxford tie with Leen XV or
leather heel ( we also have the plain tee aad
Up Oxford with the same stylish heels.
A neat and geed wearlna; Oxford tie for la la
dles. plain tee or Up, at 11.00 and II 25.
Blippers in all styles. An opera slipper
with common sense tee and heel, patent
leatherUllppers, opera tee slippers with hlgb
and low neeis ; also a full line el beaded, vamn
Ter misses' wear a fine Oongela Oxford tie
In heel and spring heel t the same shoe In
Par children Oxford and sailor tics.
The southern ue for gentiemen In Kangaroo
Is aa neat, comfortable a shoe as can be worn
In warm weather.
Uencnla oxfords for gentlemen In pointed
tee and tip, also In plalnbread tee.
enr line el H te and S3 oe cat f shoes for men
with imoelh Inner sole cannot be excellea for
( New Cash Shee Stere)
ye. 21 North Queen Street
OF BOOTa AND
BOOTS AND SHOES
KVKK SKKN IN LANCASTKIt.
As wemustpoMtlvn'ymevo by Julys. and
net having room ler the bilauce et the goods
at our hast King litreet Store, we have made
Anether Sweeping Reduction.
The Child's Kid Spring Heel Shoes, slz's S te
8. we were selling at We, we are new selling at
Child's l'ebble Heel 7'e. Shoes, sizes 4 te
SX, we were selling at sua ; we aie new selilnir
at S5e. "
The box el Whlle Kid Shoes we were selling
ateec, reduced te ie.
The Mlnses' Kid Uuttnu 1 Oo;Sheet, Opera or
IJOmmnn HATian Tnae xra wrure .All .sei a
reduced Tte HSJ. ' " """" "',1 w
Ladles' Kid riiA l'AiiiiinS9mnt.,tAn skM.
Opera, Common Sense and Snnare Teea. we
were selling at IL&e, new reduced te ll.is.
Ladles' Kid and Bright DonirelaSl.60.rc7S
and S3 oe iir.tmn Ht, 5,Z ,- Ji Tt.JJ-ri'irJ?
reduced ie Ti id: "--.
ladles' higher priced shoes reductd In the
nlenXUr.al!!, Bbees we were selling at $1M.
v fJw.?f tn2 Celebrated K. A. Perkins 13 00
Shee left; reduced te r 23.
hwid0woure08:J tha BtO0k we ncw nave en
Selling Away Belew First Cost,
The Oae-Frice Ce&Ii Heuse,
11haneu htekk no. 20 wkst king
itiexl Doer lounger's Stere )
NO. 3 BABX KING BTBHQT, LA.N
.."""TICK As no must penltlrely vacate
this room July 2, we will keep tuts, Btere open
every ovenlmr. araMma
fleadquarlers for Fireworks.
We dostre te call attention te KIKE WORKS
fprthe oemlog r mirth et July Colebrallen.
lluying our works from tlie manufacturer,
and KliflCrackerHrronitne lmporter In laree
3u.?ntJ,.,f 8 ?DUer casn' we are In position te
JOU at the lowest market nrlce OUlt WOUKS
are all colored Works, and ler weight, slze
and beauty et colon are net surpassed
vVU Wl? 0AUKKS are long stem, best
Ne. 1. We have all sizes-Cannen Crackers.
Japanese and Sliver Star Torpedoes, Colored
Plres, Unman Candles. Sky iteckets, Triangles
Mines. Verucil Wheel., lewer Pets, llrtlllant
Peunuins. Ate. Ktc. 'Chinese Lanterns and
Pla8 ler the Fourth and rail Campaign.
i.I0.1!.""" "SWIyef cfilnlse and
r.V. i.Tii rr. !..'. ""u..'.',9 ""'en we can
... MJWV81 I THA
Lewest PrlU!S. HUNTING
m ..A ua nn mn ill f un lit.
Fruit Jars 1 Jelly Tumblers I
MASON PUUlirJAIW.lN ALLiUiS.
1 IQHTX)N(irBU1T JAK.
(The licit fa the irarket.)
HIGH 8i MARTIN,
Nu. 15 Ka&ting Street,
Wjj.wvr.L.a rAHUIUNAHLK MIL.
llneryaud Trimming store. Ne.M NeruT
Oucen btreet, centali.s all the Aewe-t Se
Latest Noytltles of the season, rnceirea?
'tSSV " ,e our " w "
ATN08.-.IW AH 0 296 WIST KINO STUKKT.
Saturday loomed as
though we had a con
tract te 11 1 UM multitude
la Thin Clothing,
Bayers get a quick
send off by seelogseon
'J us t what they wanted.
e much for tight kinds, sbipely fitting,
right prices, Plenty mere pick te day. lien's
Barge, flannel and Cheviot StUU, eomfert.
style and durability, 110, 112. Beys' and Little
Beys' Coel Suits and Coats. A royal selection
et Men's Flannel BhlrU aad Beys' Waists,
Onderwear, Hosiery, Dreasaaa night Shirts,
Cellars, Cnaiaadifejesrvrtar; avery deilnble
kind te tnlt both taste aa parss.
YKKS dk RATHPOIf.
IN (I0OD VAUlIXy.
Men's Coats and Vests from 41.'
(7.60, in Striped and Ftaid Flannel.
Men's Coats and Vests In Figured Mo
hair and Alpaca.
Men's Coats and Vests in Black Drsp
A Handsome Stock of White and Col
ored Vests in high and low cut.
Hundreds et Styles in Flaunel Shirts
for Summer Tourists and Travelers,
Myers & Ea tbfen,
NO. 12 EAST KINO ST.,
L. GAMSHAN & BRO.
Fact and Prices.
AVe are making te order Fine Kngllsh Wor
sted Suit, the latest style Cutaway or Sack,
at 115 and lis.
We are making te order All-Weel Thin Cas-
simere suits at siz, 114, IIS.
l'ants te order, S3 se, 14, 5, $fl, 7, ts
Thin Summer Coats and Vests,
Eeeisneker Ceat and Vest, tl CO,
Beys' Coats and Vests attae.
Flannel Ceat and Vest, II se.
Serge Ceat and Vest, 12.15, l.75, ViJ.H0O.
Mohair Ceat and Vest at txoe, 2 tn, 3 te. 3.te
Children's Odd fauU at 00, 65, 75, 85 cenu,
Men's Woolen l'ants, J.! 11.75, tiOO. 150.
isVXntlre Spring Bleck at reduced prices.
"A glance at our window's exhibit will
L. GansmaD & Bre.,
NORTS QUEEN & ORANQE STB,
SO it HER GOODS.
M. laiberbusli & Sen.
SUMMER GOODS !
FUOM We. TO 6 CO.
HAS E. II ALL AND TENN1B HELTS.
Vine Werstel llelts In Blue and
Chamois, apenjej, Veol an I
K. labertusli & Sen's
Ne. 30 Centre Square,
THE OLD COItKXIt
is row. or oeod nbw thinqs.
Onr stoek Is tee large and must be reVueed
befe'w the season closes. Te de this wa hara
cuncluded te give the people a chanee teget
Geed Furniture I
AT A LITTLE COST.
We have some goods (net the newest, bat
just aaRecdt that win be sold if the price pat
n loam win sii inem.
These are UHBA.T B.ROAtNS, and we ex
pect te see them move llve'y.
Oer. Itutt Kbaa & Dakt ite.
. We need mere room for the
stock which we have bought
and are making up. We're go
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 & GIBBS,
Manufacturers and Dealers.
I desire te call the
attention of my Mende
and patrons te tha fact
that I am newprepared
te de general Undertak
ing1, te which my per
sonal attention will ba
B I v e n at moderate
WALTER A. HEIt IT8H,
27 St 20 S. Queen St.
Residence 37 Weat
Vine Street, opposite
St. Mary 'a Church.l
DRNITUHE ! FUHN1TURE I
TBE UNDKUSIQNKD BAS KKOFKNKU HIS
6TOME AT THE OLDSTANlt,
Ie. 38 East Eing Street,
Which was destroyed by flre some tlme age,
ana ha a perfectly .New stock of all kluds.et
TABLES, CH -Villa, Etc.
In Alius Ennche9. Alse fainting and Or
namenting Old Chairs.,
Ne. 38 East King Street
. Atlantic and Connecticut Avenues. WILL
BOWER", Clerk J. W. 11UUOAKKU, Prep.
Terms-r2.C0 te u 60 per day. jell lmd
NKalt HE HEACM.
130 KENTUCKY AVE , ATI, NT10 01 rr.N J.
HOME LIKE, .I.KaNTOU18INK.
Je7-3meiu,lhAi Mus. JOHN A. STAUL.
A TLANTIO CITV, N. J.
. .. . ATLANTIC C1TT, N.J.
Lamest Most Convenient Hetel. Klesantly
rurniabed. Liberally Managed. Coaehtcand
from Ileach ana Trains ercbestra Musle.
W. E. Cecrraw, Chief Clerk. ret)22-mnd
Ocean KndoINeithCainllna Avenun,
ATLANTIC CITY. W. J.
E.UOHKRTS ASON8. apr-4md
ATLANTIC CITY, N J.,
Ocean End Kentucky Avenue.
.Open February 1, te November 1. loc
CAPE MAY. N.J.
OPENS JUNE SO -New Ownership N w
Management. Newlv FurnUbed. J'filect
Appointments. Foeular Prices. Finest
beach In the world, lloem plans and lnrorma lnrerma lnrorma
slen tttUlailns & sops' 1'Une Waroroems, N.
2rj..c1n)er Eleventh and Chestnut streets,
Philadelphia, until June A
s.THKO. WALTON, Proprietor,
junlGUt Late of SL James Hetel, N. T.
CAPON HI'KINOS AND BATHS.
ALKAINE J.ITIIIA AND SUI'KUIOU
IKON WATE1W, UAMPSUlllE COUNTY. W.
Ihls celebrated Mountain Uesert for health
and pleasure, lialhs et any temperatu e j a
summer dlinata unsurpaascd: a cbannlntr
summer home with lis many improvements,
ancommedallnR WJ Buesls.epnni, J nne 1. Fer
medical and ethir tisllmeuy, send for circu
lar. WJU. U. SALE.
. TLANT10 OITY.
CHESTER COUNrV UOUSE,
ThU lhorenfthly or.mfertablo and well,
known house I nuw eien. 'xwenty-etghtb
aoisen. aame management. Coel uud de
lUhlful locution very ueartb" ten.
junl2-2md J. KEIMABONF,
Netice 1 hereby given that the erdl.
nan'w fjr preventlni; urcldent by ere and
the better (preservation of order In tbe
ctty, and prohibiting tbe sale or casting-,
throwing or nun of -inlbf, rockets or eth-r
flreworks.belero tbe Sd, liband 5th day or J uly,
will bn strictly euferiud 'IbesslaeiOlname
entirely preblbtu thanrlniref gnus or ether
flrearmt.br the eolllee. rastlnir, throwing or
firing; chasers r ether n reworks operating a
similar usnner, within the limit" nl the city.
. n,,e. EDVY. EOUEBLEY,
a-tt a Vr rt
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