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w M THE IiANOASTER , DAILY rNTELLIGBNOfea SATURDAY. APRIL. 5, 1890. wr 7 j' i ,S"K A HECORD OF SCARS. She sought her dead upon the Held, Her king of many wan, And finding him she cried "Tl.hs "1 knew him by hit Man." O record of a soldier's fete, Whose light enUhlnes the .tar," When the who loved him beet can ear, ' I knew him by bli can." Tta Urn the Christian knew the King, Whose (lery nothing man, Gating at hand and feet and tide, We knew Hlra by HI tcan. O happy we, If serving Him Till Death let down the ban, We merit then Irem lip. Divine, t knew thee by thy lean." Mary M. Barnet. ST. MALO'S UI1IM STORY. Wrecked lit Be end Sitved Frem ths hark. ria Dispatch te the Londen Dally Telegraph. I A remarkable story of the sea cornea tim St. Male, the narrator Doing an ancient arlner named Bauche, whose painful ex Hriencee in a small dem en ine ocean light te be a warrant for tne trutn or nia Ie. Bauche had signed articles with the intaln of a vessel called the Matbllde, in hlch he sailed te Martinique. While in i harbor of 8t, Pierre In a beat witu tue ibhi imv nne il.v he wan driven ocean- art! by a gale of wind, and was knocked KJUl rer a wees; en me waves uuiuru ue as rescued by a Norwegian bark. Alter tne lirsi nigut at sea uaucne says is! the cabin bev became nartlv delirious. ater wan niling the beat every instant, id in order te provent tne (tying isa irem )lng drowned in it the old sailor made ills efthe leirs of his nnntaloens and was ills enabled te keep the bottom of the Ltle craft tolerable dry. no had also te prive iiimscireriils siitrt, wnicn ne uiu ed as a llai of distress. On the till rd day ie cabin boy died, and hardly was the vain out ei nis ueuy uuiurw e , zht ferocious black sharks began te circle mnd the beat, which they sometimes most touched. Rather than deliver up ie dead bedv te the monsters or tne ueep, aucbe kefit it until it became doceni- Rfllncp afraid of Illness he at length threw overboard, aftei (having said his prayers rer It, anil tne prey was speeany seizuu kr the sharkf), who disappeared with it, bd did net show tip again for about rentyfeur hours or no. uaucne new reit i utterly miaeranie i nnv no was iuiuuuh f throwing himself ovorbeard, when he as dissuaded from ins intotiiien iy tne nmirmiMi of the sharks, who. aftorevo- Ig him ravenously for some time, actually pgan te gain de l uciore nun, an u m hiuiui hiuiui ttlen of n geed feed etf his body. " I did lit want te be eaten alive," remarket! httcli, in Ills narration or his portions nu JmturcH. " se 1 reinained where I was nr.d ailed assistance." On the seventh day e sailor let ceuscii us less, fell down in e beat, and wus res .u ml in an insensible million uy iapt. ruuorsen, ei me iaui Ir. In his mouth the Norwegian sailors uud what tliey flrttt thought was an old lid of tobacco, but which proved te be irt or the Hern nanuioei ins kiiiie, wmcu ituche wus crunching te stave en nunger hen he became unconscious. The res ea tailor, niter having been token te ew- ieaiift, obtained a passage iieme 10 ou ale. Only the ether day he went down the pert te meet his old shipmates eruie athlldc. who hed been wrecked elr the Mt of Newfoundland, whltber they hed ade another veyage slnee llauclie uis ipeared at Martinique. Tbeciew or the athilde had been rescued off the banks or tbrader by en Kngllsh vessel. Tliey nau ik. of course, given up Uatiche and the IbTn boy as lest in mldecean, and great as their surprise when tliey ueiieui tne rinnr in the llesh. and as hale and hearty hfhe had never been without feed en Ie deep for full seven days in an open sat, anu in criieus uuuiiKuiiy iu itiu III or 1110 tigers ei euemi. A l'ASSION VI VY IN SPAIN. line et the Overwhelmingly Impressive ene Reproducing the UlvlnoTragedy. The "Pnnttlmi" ulrtv. in which Narau kmlinriH wishes te aimear. still continues be the subject of an Interesting discus- bn in soiueel tne rrencn papers, earau fthe role of the Mether Mai; seems te be q much, even for Parisians, liutin pain fey take quite a different view of It. In S inveresilllj; uuuk. unui me kji.... rtre M. Charles Ilabeneck says : kl 1S7 T uiiv nt Mnilrid. dlirlnir Hely leek, 'The Passion of Our Leid,' a drama I five acts, and I knew net hew many )leaux. The plece was by no means uau: from It, and 1 remarked soine ooauu eoauu oeauu L lines and splendid scenes. Among the iap u-hh nun in which Jesus, before his (try Inlo Jerusalem, where He knew that iy would put Hint te death, naked the rmisslen ei his mother te sacrifice hlm- If for humanity. The motner reiuseu, 1 Man Magtlttlcn loineu nor in euiruai r him te reiualu. In tears be dlsobeyed. ten the scene changed, and we saw C'Ai i(, rrounded liy ills apesiies, coming nne rusalem, neat e A upon a white ass, fol fel l liv Imr llttlu ene. The actor who lyed the part or Chtut did It with pre- tnd lauu. no si'eniuu iu no ieuuu yer. As for Judas, he were nn im inse blende wii:. which made hlni leek e Leuis X IV. When he appearcd upon scene, the audience murmurea, nu i, u hed net committed suicide, I belleve y would bae killed hlni. The soveral nies or the preterlnm v. ere represt n e 1, ludins Hie llaBOllatlen and the crowning th thorns, which were rendered witn rful realism. Tiien comineiicou mu u- it te Calvury. l never witueaseu sim c Im nmre itievinir. mere hcirlieiiuiim. Ie actei never spaied us a sigh, a tear or cry. Jctus was siewiy uaneu 10 iun l)ss, and Been sirone ei me uuimuci tieea ailliuiiy in me umiw ui me "J jiph. who Heotned terror stricken. Hil ly the cress w as raised, J?jiii Uitel the Ollge bOllKfll 111 VHirH'll. niiu . leves. Tlie semiers iiirew uiub iur um lak, wlille the holy woman wept. Then, hen Christ cried out, Mvfi.' A'Ji.' utma bacthani." and let his head drop, an ine Ihts were almost completely exiin Ishedi a strange flicker illuminated the bne; the dull rumuiing ei nana utuun inded like thuuderj the temes oneneu, all the spectators fell upon ineir Knees, Mklmr their breasts and murmuring layers nnd Biipplicatlens. TltEED BY A HUM.. i Aged Farmer Kept Three Hours In a Tree. Nearly IJenu i'teiii -eiu. Jeseph Murray is a well known farmer Hng in Tlegn county, Pa. no is u 3 ears I. " . . 1 l.l l.nnllfl fkl" itnmn and lias oeen 111 iwum ""' -"" .,.1,0 liAulilnu llin fArm ha lives Oil lie ns antther one-hair mile away, which has always used rer Keeping caiuu en, belniran ottenslvo raiser andbuyorer ck. He bad net vlslted this property a long time, ana en last .uumiuv rnoen fie thought he felt well enough take a walk ever te it ana ioek mnd. He remained at the rami until irly 0 o'clock, and, te snerten nis way k. he struck out threuKh the fields, ene which belonged te a neighbor farmer. be was passing tnniugu tins ueiu ne ,S aiarilieu uy me hciieiis 01 a lernciuus 11 that was kent In the let. Murray well acquainieu wuu tne uerce ture or the uun, mu nau rorgetun out its being in that let. Ibe bull rushed m the opposite side or the let toward urray, bellowing Bavageiv. ine 010 riner knew tuai ue uuum um jiuij' Mpe bv morning, and he made for a lencar'bv, the lower branches of which ire net far from the ground, no suc- eded lu climmng 1110 iree uuu kuuhik vend the reach of the bull lust as It cuine kringtotbespet. , ilurray supposed iuni nn u ind that be wus out of Us reach it would hniit. Ua hllhlllKSH. Illlt tlie.ViClOUS Bill- 1 showed no disposition te no anyinmg the kind. It remained under the tree, wing the ground and giving vent te its ge in loud ueuewings. eiurniy c-aiien diy ter ueip, out ne was mu 01 um iiuji- of any ene about there. It grew se dark t ha could see iietluin?. and enlv knew at the bull was keeping up the siege by the lee it maue. rer inree neura ine uun pt the old man In the tree. Murray was Xiy UUUU iruui tuiu auu eAUKuaiiuii, and felt that It would be only a matter of a nrt itm hefere he would have te let co s bold lu the tree and fall te the ground the mercy or tee uuu uuiess some lonu lenu tA circiimstance turned up te his rescue. ut the animal at last grew weary of Its lavalling siege 01 ine luriuer, aim, wnen urray hed made up bis mind that his ne haa come, ne h uiciju;te hi near e ugly beast walk away. Murray waited rw minute, until he could bear the bull mere, aud then let himself down from When it came dark and the old fanner net yet returned home hi seu James 'n search of him. He went te the 'jiMr! turn, aed 19 many ether ple without fladlB any traet) of hta JMImt. Ha war rMBraTac one te fet ethers te atd In the mri, when is atambled ere aeaMtMitg In tfc mO. BtoepJne; down be discovered r thai it wa hit father, lying there unconscious. It tu then 11 o'clock. The eon get the old man hone, bat It vh a long time before he was able te explain anything. He gave the etery of being treed by the ball. He remembered getting down eat of the tree, but hew he get te the read he had no recol lection. The shock te hla enfeebled system baa been such that no hope is entertained that he will recover. ' UN8INKAB17E OCCAM STEAMKHS Seme Curious snageattena for Making Thern Reasonably Hare. Thaddens Hyatt, of Brooklyn, writes te the New Yerk Tribune: Had the City or Paris gene down with all en beard, the world could have learned nothing from the catastrophe. Will the builders or these steamships leant from It anything new? Fer seme twelve yeara I have been urging the necessity or automatle lubrication of the vessel's submeiged section aa a cheap meant te lessen power and gain speed. And I have urged it en the ground that for man te Invent wisely he must study nature and fellow her leadings. The cold-blooded fish with weak motive power lubricates his vessel and glides about at a very email expenditure of muacuUr force. But what Is the course pursued by builders or steamships T Te gain the mar velous speed .hewn by the City of Paris and snch vessels, steam engines of fright ful horse-power are built at enormous coat and at an Immense cost te ran. The ca pacity of metals te endure strain Is tested te the utmost " regardless of expense" and danger. Whereas, if our steamship builders would turn their attention te the point of gaining speed while reducing power, life would net be Jeepardised, and the owners or the lines would gain in dividends. I have no pecuniary Interest lu the ques tion, and wpuld net be a competitor) but ir the Inman or any ether line will offer a reward for the best plan of an automatle lubricator te keep their steamers oiled, greased, or made slippery by some sub stance, simple or compound, that will enable the vessel through her whole run te cut her way easily through the water, they will get the Invention that Is needed te carry their steamers from pert te pert at a cost of probably less than hair the power new consumed ; and this means an avoidance or such risks as the one that has iust almost sent the City of Paris te Jein ter sister, the Oregon, at the bottom of the sea. The inventors of the world would In less than six months, or certainly within a year, under a sultable stimulus, furnish filans and models te show the way of keep ng the hull or the vessel In contact with the water greased the whole way from land te land ; and If it even required the best term oil te de it, money would be saved by the operation, such a vessel weu'd go steadily through all sorts or waves, and stirms be robbed or their terrors by it. The story about the City or Paris is thai men up te their waists in the water down in the vessel's held were baling her out with buckets ! But why net employ the power, whatever it is, te prevent the water from coming in T Surely this Is the end te begin at. I mean the employment of ver tical screws te work against the water, lu order te prevent the vessel from sinking. I can't Imagine why the builders or steam ships neglect se sun pie and se obvious a device. I will net takeup space te urge the ether points or construction I have horetoforo montienod and that have beeu published In your columns, POI-I.Y WITH A JAQ ON. A Hospital Parrot Leeks Upen the Cup When It Is Well Filled. Frem the Pittsburgh DUnatch. There was an amusing llttle scene in the Mercy hospital recently. As most visitors te the hospital knew, a Urge green parrot, or evil inclinations and Btrldent voice, la confined in the drug room, near the en trance halt. The parrot's cage Is fro fre fro quently opened te admit feed and olber necessaries. One day the hospital bellboy who has charge of Pelly didn't close the portals or her prison properly, aud this fact was speedily ascertained by the saga cious bird. Nobody was around, se the prisoner slipped her belts and stepped out. New, a small cup containing mere alcohol lay 011 the counter or the drug room, and Pelly steered her ceurse toward that cup. She was thirsty, and here was soinethtng drinkable. Pelly drank intending, like man v another, only te take one drink and theu'te depart. But, alas I The drink led te many ethers, and, sad te rolate, Pelly seen became intoxicated. Just then ene oftliehouno physicians en tered, and the depraved bird swore at him with frightrul vohemence and bit him in the hand. Then, half Hying, hair leaping, Pelly descended te the lloer and com cem com meiicod te make for the entrance hall with unsteady gait, swearing In a manner that made the waiting visitors step their ears. Just then ene or the sisters arrived en the scene and round this frightful oxample te all birds blaspheming In the centre or or the hall, while the visitors were retreat ing In all directions. Aid was promptly summoned. Pelly was locked up and re moved into a room where she could sober up, and the entrance ball returned Ite nor mal quietude. RUH TIIE BABY. Hew toQulete Restless Child and Uet a Nervous One te Sleep. The matron or a babies' shelter in West Twenty-second street, who has an average erilfty babies In her care every year, ad vises rubbing as a means or quieting a rest less child and getting a nervous one te sleep, s.iys the New Yerk World. Her plan is 10 strip the morsel or humanity, vponge it eir v. ith tepid soapy water, dry it thoroughly with a soft towel, aud, begin ning at the little pink soles, rub It all ever. At first there may be rebellion, but gradu. ally It will subside, the youngster will be gin te purr "gee" with enjoyment, and under the seething influence or magnet ism it will drop off te sleep, rest well and wake up In the morning refreshed and cheerful. The value of this operation can be varied by rubbing the little limbs and body up and down until the llesh becomes warm and pink one time and the next day having the motion rotary that is, take the delicate ankle In one hand, wrapping the lingers as closely about It as possible aud net hurt the child. In this way work up aud down the leg and arms until the child becomes quiet. The body may lie rubbed or stroked in the same way. This mas sage treatment of the teuslls, threat, and chest, with the hand moistened with cam phorated oil or vasellne, will ward off threat trouble or relieve aceld. A Remarkable Dreakfusl. Frem the New Yerk Tribune. A prominent newspaper or Central New Yerk prints the following notice or a case of self-destruction that la, in all probability, unprecedented. It says: "Michael Dono Deno Done van died yesterday while eating breakfast 7ft years old. Ue leaves a wife and three children all grown up." Suicide by tak ing rat poison, Paris green aud ether indi gestible substances is docidedly common, but w ben a man has accomplished his own taklng-eiT willi the originality or Mr. Donevan, he deserves an obituary or a column long. Undoubtedly, Mr. Dono Deno Done van was In the habit or eating yeuDg or mlddle-aged breakfasts, and it is small wonder that he succumbed te a repast ei such unutual maturity. The Dentlrtt's BUI Was Paid. Frem the Christian Advocate. A well-known dentist tried bard te collect a bill, but after many inellec-tual etliirts said te the debter: " I de net Intend te send you any mere bills, and I don't intend te sue you t but there is one thing I want te tell you. Every time you cut off a pleceofbeefsteakandpastitteyour wife, I want you t remember thst she Is net chew ing that beef with her teeth, nor with your teeth, but with my teeth." In two orthree days he received a check. The motion or these doubly false teeth in his wire's month was tee much rer the husband. A Timely Article. Frem the Burlington Free Pre. I notice that Robinson hed an article in the paper this morning. JeiicH-Indeed I I didn't see it. What was It? Smith-Ills spring overcoat. He was taking It te the tailor te be pressed and rlu.ined. A Method or Advertising. ()er one hundred thousand A" tamplt bot tle, of Kemp'. Balsam, we lenru, were given awsy lu this state last ) ear. Tbe corresponding tale en the Balsam ba never been equalled or approached by any ether remedy. Thl. medi cine must hae great merit or the fre sample would Injure, rather than help the sale, if you have a cough or cold, or even consumption, we would eertatnly advlM trial. Tb Urgt hot het tistar Weman. U) IttOWNH HAMAPAIULLA. jt m mm a Dell ana languid, have a peer appetite, and there It a lack If YOU rtil of easlndlaUen of teed, Hit an Indication that the system II I WM I WVl -fc.-i. .nli rendered liable te contract sellout die- ease. The bleed needs purifying, and the general system require a balldlng tip by the best of all Bprlng tonics-Brown's Bartaparllla. ...... .... . i CrrtKO,N.H.,Myth,UM. Brewn't Bartaparllla I a geed medicine. I knew this at It has been la the hoes of my folks and It U pronounced by thera te be the best or all the Bartaparllla fr the bleed, and wlU work wondenarterethenhavehUled,andwereIlnneedefanymedlelnetorthe bleed I would take lust in preference te ff at J I . .5j n eU,e ter the "lead. Dull and Languid try ,,m nd ,te Kvxarrr S. EMmt, Care U D. Manvllle, Epplng, M. U. In the tatter part or the wlnterand spring or IMS, I felt-I don't knew hew; no II te; no am bition ; no strength ; drowsy no appetite worth naming, and no nll.h for what little I did cat, I bought a bottle of Brown's Bartaparllla. It seemed te de no geed until nearly gene, when a tremendous Itching of my feet and legs commenced ; I continued till I had used tit bottle ; my appetite returned, my feed buted natural, and I, though new 63 yean or age. feel at well and lively a I have ter twenty years. I cannot tpeax tee Yeun truly, Benjamin Hill, Yerk Cerner, M. A very strong case ahewing what.Brewn'a Bartaparllla will de ter the children it that of the little daughter of Den A H. Powen, etq., or Houlton, Mtlne, brother of ex-Cengrentnan Power, and one of the leading lawyen of Aroostook county. Ill Utile Hve-year-eld girl had been In delicate health, pale and with little appetite, for tome time. Mr. Powen had never tried any patent medlclnet, and had little faith In them, but se numerous and tlreng were the werdt of commendation that came te him from neighbor and through the pre., that he wat Induced te try a bottle of Brewn't Bartaparllla ter the little one. Thlt wa used according te direction!, and a second one purchased. What wa the retultt Mr. Powen g fj says the variabt e appetite gave way te a natural and hearty eXSlCm VwlT.ll detlra ter feed, Increased vigor and vivacity were netlccabU wjwaiws as . glowing cheek and bright eye took the place of the pallid face and sallow leek, nnd the heart of the parent were gladdened beyond expression by the wonderful change which had taken place In Ihelr darling. IBAnnle B. Blodgett, ofU.ben, N. II., write: My husband and my nlece have both taken Brown's Sanaparllla by my advice, and we would net be without a bottle of It In the heuse. 11 hat nlleved me of msny pain which I have lulfercd from ter year. I hare great faith In your medicine and with I could commend It peneually teall whoaresuircrlngfremlhemanyconi plaint of women caused by peer bleed. Brown's Sarsaparilla All at DrugKLLVl.OO. 6 bottle for 3.0O. DON'T take Something elWJiut a geed," ITISNOr. Aha Warhkn 4 Ce., Bele Proprietor., Banger, Me. (3) V AN IIOUTKN'M COCOA. TIIE UKK.VT COCOA OP KUltOHK, TlIbCOMINUONK OKAMKIUCA. I)flie!im$, Strengthening la the Xc 1 c. Ten and cofl'ce cheer but de net nour neur lsh. They even leave nu injurious effect upon the nervous system. Indeed, there Is no beverage like Van HeuTEivfs Cocea it Best and Gees Farthest." It itimuUitcn and nourishes as none ether, leaves no bail effects aud is n flesh former of the most approved tyie. WVAN 1IOITTKN 8 COCOA (" ence tried, always used.") The strong may take It with pleasure nnd the weak with Impunity. The exciting effect of tea and coffee are ob lated by It steady use, and ner eus disorder, are re lieved and prevented. Delicious te the taste. " Largest sale In the world." ASK FOR VAN IIOUTEN'S AND TAKE NO OTHER. (II) lethtttri. F INE TAILORING. 18ge--SPRING.--.890 Fine Tailoring. The Largest and Most Elegant Assortment of SPRING NOVELTIES New Ready for Your Inspection. We would also announce the purchase of a Jeb Let of English Hutting and Treusering at a great sacrifice, which we will tell at Astonishingly Lew Prices. n-Vu early te secure a bargain in these goods. H. Gerhart, ONLY DIRECT IMPORTING TAILOR IN TIIECITY 43 NORTH QUEEN STREET. dg-tfd jtlUBtC. mtlE MUSIC STORE. THE MUSIC STORE. DECKER BROS. 1'IANOS, HAINES BROS. 1'IANOS. MASON A HAMLIN ORGANS. RAND AND ORCIIESntAL INSTRUMENTS. BTHINOS ANDTRIMMINQS OF ALL KINDS. WOODWARD & CO., 14 East King St, Lancaster, Pa. cntitru Vi R. NATHORHT, DENTIST. CENTRE SQUARE. Illlnic Teeth and Painless Extraction Spe cialties. New Set. made, broken ones mended and remodeled. Teeth Inserted without plates and pivoted, etc, Yes. everything nertalulnit te Dentistry will receive prompt attention, at I very Moderate Terms. Remember that Dr. Nalheratls the ONLY Dentist in this county who 1. a graduate of Medicine as well a of Den tistry, nn advantage that I. obvious. marT-lvdAw T ENTIBTBY. " 31 Years Practice In On Offlct." J. B. McCASKEY, NO. 11 EAST KING STREET, Over First National Bank. Dentistry In nil IU branches. Gas administered. Teeth extracted absolutely without pain. All v erk warranted. nlifmlM.Hw Jcflal Jteticc. ESTATE OF ADA P. ARNOLD, LATE OF Lancaster city, deteaM-d. Letters testa mentary en Mild estate hav Ins been granted te the nnderslgned, all persons Indebted there' e are requeued 10 niase iimiiruiuia immc.. and lhte having claims or demands ngalnst the same, will present thein without delay rer settlement te the undersigned, residing In Lan caster, Pa., at Ne. North Duke .treet. m!4tdS JOHN W. A1TEU, Executer. S PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO Medel Making, Patterns, Drawings and ue Prints, at prices reasonable, st JOHN H hsrs. SO East y ulten .treeU m7-tfd -I ". PER CE-NT, DEBENTUREHTOCK CER 1U tincate In multiple, of tlOO, earnings guarantee cash dividend of 10 per cent, per an num, payable semi-annually, are issued by the Building and Lean Association oflNtketafHoroe Umee, Aberdeen, Seuth Dakota). Ne member, ship fe or ether expense Incident te Issuance of stock. Steckmay be converted Inte cash at purchase price after two jean. Invester se cured by ieal estate mortgage te double th. amount of the Investment deposited with a Trustee. Correspondence Invited. l. WtDIAnbjnu. Manager FhUsdelpbisOfllet, KfciU Walnut Htrwt. josU-taied nigniy or urewns Barrapariiia. Build Up the ijjtttccrUattroite 1T10R PULLKYM, HIIAF1INO, COI.LAKH, Itangen, Clamp Bexes, Couplings, etc., go te JOHN nUHT.KB Knit Kulteu street. nVMTd milE CALLA LILY IB THE TRADE MARK X of U10 Finest Heap en Earth. "PURITY. F OR AMERICAN BIOItT FEED CYLINDER Lubricators, UIem oil Cup for uearlng., j oil can get thorn at JOHN IIB.-J. CT'tt, at) Kn r unen .ireeb I1WUU TIME. LABOR AND MONEY HAVED BY using l'urlty Hean." Sold everywhere. -I7IORBOILERIUHEIIRU8HEH, HTILLBON J2 Pipe Wrenchet.I'lpeand Menkey Wrenches combined, Kile. Oil Can., etc., go te JOHN BEST, &U East Kulteu .treet, iu7-tfd ARRY IN HTOCK-BEMT CHARCOAL, Hammered Bar Iren. Deuble Kenned Iren, Burden' Rivet Iren, lllveta, Het and Celd Heller Iren.Htecl. Hheet Iren 3-18 te Ne. 16. at JOHN BEcfTH, SB East Fulton street. ra7-tfd TCJ Wee IUR HTEAM GAUGES, HIGH OR LOW Pressure. Water Uauces. Gature Ceck.. end Wheel, or Welshled. Glut Tube. Whistles, Hyphen. for Bteam Gauge., Cylinder Oiler. Plain, Water Gauge Columns, Ceck, for Hteam Gauge., call en JU JHN lllllilin. vvsa IUI BEHT, S33 East r ui ion .treei. 1n7.ua 3 JURE BRICKH, FIRE CLAY, AT LOW ngurc,goteJOUNBEHr,ra3Ea.tFiilton street. m7-Ud giTEAM UEATIBTHECOMINGIIEATFOR I dwelling., churches, school houses, etc, eugh successfully used one .hundred yean age. When you contemplate a change call ou JOHN BEHT, who will give you a satisfactory Jeb, at a fair price. m7-ttd -7I0R HORIZONTAL HTATIONARY EN- I; glnra, from 2 te 80 horse-power, and Verti cal Engine from 2 te 40 hone-power, you will And them at JOHN BEHTB, &Q Ee.t Fulton treet. J FOR CAHT IRON PIPE FITTINOH. BOTH ! plain and reducing, up te ((-Inch diameter, atleable Fitting., Hnng-cs, Flange Unions, Manifolds, American Unions, Tube Supports, Ilangen, Fleer and Celling Plate, go te JOHN HEM I"8. 3SI East Fulton slreet . Ui7-tfd IF IN WANT OF BRAN) OR IRON BTOP Cocks, Asbestos Packed Ceck, Pet and Bib Ceck., Lever Cocks, Bwlng Joint, call and get them, or send your order by mall, te JOHN REH 1,3X1 East Fulton .treet. m7-tfd at F OR I10LTH, LAG HCRKWB, HET HCREWB, Bmmrn nnd Ilexauen Nuts, these Koeds In stock, at JOHN BI2ir'8, 833 East Fulton street. m7-tfd CUWMII.LH. BARK MILLS. COB MILLS. O Leather Heller., Tan Packers, Trl pi Powers. Milling and Mining Machli JOHN BEST'S, 333 East Fulton street. O Leather Hellers, Tan Packer., Triple Hene nery, at 7-ua TF YOU WANT A FIRST-CLASH PORTABLE L EiiRlne and Beiler, en wheels, cheap, as the following price, shew: 8 horse-power. 1175; 8 horso-pewer, UJ ; 10 horse-power, M 15 horse power, 1875: 'J horse-power, 11,175, call at JOHN RESTS, 3.U East Fulton street. m7-tfd OK CASTINGS, IRON OR BRASS, LIGHT or heavy, at short notice, be te JOHN x sunn nn Itnu street. mv isr, 3U East Fulton street. m'-lfd rpiIOS. F.PERRETT. X PRACTICAL HATTER, All kinds of Hats Cleaned, Rc-Trimtned and Remodeled te leek like new. Silk 1UU a specialty. Hats called for by addressing mM-lind 6 COURT AVENUE, Lancalf r, Pa. ITtOR BOILERS, HORIZONTAL, TABULAR. 3 Vertical, Portable. Cylinder, Marine, of any .lie or power, of the best material nnd workmanship, go te JOHN BEST, SCI East Ful ton street. m7-tfd TTIXCUItSlONS AND PICNICS. Mt. Gretna Park ON THE Cornwall & Lebanon Railroad, ker Excursions and Picnics! FREE TO ALL. It contain, eterj thing needed fera pleasant d 'seutlng. Ample shelter, lecly walkaand rambles, romantic drives, mountain springs, crystal streams spanned by rustic bridge. ; beating ou iace uonuwage, aeeatiurui moun tain lake, 20 acre. In extent; Tenuis. Careutal, Croquet and Itase Ball ground; Bowling Alle , HlioetlngOallery.'a spacious Dancing Pavilion, Dining Hall. Kitchen, (provided with fuel); Toilet, Basket and Baggage rooms and an ex cellent restaurant In charge of a competent caterer. Tables, Benches, Swing, and Rustic Seats are' scattered throughout the weeds for the free use of excursionists. Th Narrow Oaugt Railroad and Governer Dick or Bptclal Attractions. Ne Intoxicating Drink. Allowed en the Prem- 4WFer excursion rate, and general Informa tion, apply te NEU IRISH, al-dind Sup't C. A L. Railroad, Lebanon, Pa, rpHE MILLERSVILLE STATE NORMAL I SCHOOL. The Mlllertvllle Nermal Scheel, which he long been recognized a the leading training s-hoel In the state, 1. better thl. year than ever before. It I. net a mere academy, but a real school for the training of teachers. It gradu ate fill many of the leading educational posi tions In I his slate. A Free Kindergarten will be started In con nection with the Medel Scheel. It will be In charge of an experienced klndergartuer. Spe cial training classes In this department with out extra charge. Full state appropriation te student. Write early for room. Visitors are always welcome. Special Arrangement for Lancaster. Tbe Cregramme of the Mlllersvllle Nermal Scheel a been se arranged that pupils from Lancas caster may graduate at the scnoel and beard at name. Tuition expense for pupils preparing te Wacb i Per week (for 12 weeks or mere), II : fur Winter session of 23 weeks, tu ; for Hummer Session of 14 week., f 13 ; teul tuition for ytar, 138. A State appropriation et 150.00 Is given te Graduate.. It Is thus seen that High Scheel Graduate, and ether., who complete the Nor Ner mal Scheel Course In two years, may de mi at a total tuition or only ts. Special rate te pupil, are given by the Street Railroad Company. Summej Session of Fourteen Week, betn. Monday, March 81st. Fert ataleKU or further Information address the Principal, DR. E. ORAM LYTF, m30-2wd MlllersMlle.Pa. (1 RAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE. UKA.X B BrxJUlXiU JAtiUlVlNli. Thk Great English Rmrnr. An unftatl. Ingcure for Seminal Weakncn, Spermaterrhea, Impotency and all Disease that fellow a a se quence of Self-Abuse ; a. Les of Memery, Uni versal Lassitude, Pain lu te Bark, minuets of Vision, Premature Old Age, and many etl:-r disease that lead te Insanity or Cousuuiptlei ana a rreiuaiure urave, sm- Fer particular. In our pamphlet, which re desire te send free by mall te every one. - The spectne Medicine is sold by all drug gist at II per package or six package, for U. or will be sent free by mall en receipt of the money, by addressing TUE 0 RAY MEDICINE CO.. Bunale, N, Y. On account of counterfeits, we have adopted the Yellow Wrapper ; the only genuine. Sold In Lancaster, Pa., by W. T. Uech, urt-ljrd JHlUlturu T E BOM TON MILLINERY STORE. -AT TIIE Ben Ten Millinery Stere NO. 13 EAST KING STREET. The vast throng of people who have visited clamallens of delight at Hie beautiful style aud tremely low prices, has convinced u that our eflerta have been appreciated, and that by placing the very latest New Yerk, Londen and Pari Style In Lancaster n een a. they appear en the market we have Ailed a long felt want. Our Immense establishment nt CM Broadway, New Yerk, being In constant receipt of Nevcltlc. from Europe and ferwnrdtng tame te u. Immediately upon arrival, give nt facilities enjoyed by no ether house In the city. In order te enable every lady In LANCASTER and vicinity te see the new and benulful Btylcser TRIMMED HATS & BONNETS, AND Millinery Goods T A many ladles were prevented from teeing everything by llie vast crowds, we have decided te continue the OPENING FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, APRIL 5th and 5tb, When we hope ladles will walk In and tee our St) let and Handsome Novelties at their leisure and nole the Astonishingly Lew Prices. C. K. SHreUEL-S. THE BON TON MILLINERY STORE, 13 East King St., Lancaster, Pa. WHTOU1C WILL UK Ol'EN EVENINGS. grit VTETZQER A HAUGHMAN. CHEKP Metzer Sc Haughman. BRUSSELS, INGRAIN, RAG, HALL AND STAIR CARPETS, neught nt Auction and from the Manufacturers. CARPETS AT 10 CENTS. OAHl'ITTR AT 35 CENTS. CARPETS AT I3S UENTS. UAKPRTM AT 40 CENTS, CARPETS AT IS CENTO. OAHPKTS ATfiOCENTS. OARPETH ATM CENTS. CARPETS AT C& CENTS. CARPETS AT 21 CENTS. CARPETS AT 74 CENTS. Carpet Bags Taken in Exchange. Fleer Oil Cleths Cheap. Window Bhades. Beat Steamed Feathers at Metzger& Haughman's Cheap Stere. 38-40 West King St., Lancaster, Pa. (OPPOSITE THK COOPER HOUSE.) B ARD A MCELROY. BARD St Km. 33 and 38 Seuth Queen Street, HOUSEKEEPING GOODS- Extra values In Tickings ntR, 10, 12Vf, 15, IBanrtSrV. Red Checks from Win up, extra quality Indigo blue at li'ic. Uleuchcd and Unbleached Muslin, In yard wide, Pillow Case or Sheeting width., at tow price. . FEATHERS Owing te the low price en the Rett Feather our trade ha grown beyond our ex pectation. A lower grade at 0c. CARPETS If you wish te see the best value Carpets. style. Osgood s you will find In the Ue.l win ioek use ine rigni siae, lit side, net. trlped en the one .Ida like the old styles used te be, at DO, V8, SO, up. IteiHu-iusde Rag Carimta, better value than ever, at 26, DA, S7U. 0, 43. tag. taken lu exchange. An elegant assortment of Smyrna Rug. at 75e and M.STU, fiOaandun. Carnet Rsir. taken lu cxrhsnire. An f 1 ; large .lie. at tl nudl2 SO ; worth a geed deal OIL CLOTHS The best selection and value In Eleor Oil Cleth In the city from ( te 7i yards wide, suitable for halls and vestibule, or kitchen use. WINDOW SHAOES-Plaln Opaque or Helland Shades, ate. Plain Oil Shades, 40 and (inc. Dade Opaque Sades, 40c. Pede Oil Hhadea, fiOe, All our shade nre the largmt size, with spring fixture.. Paper Window Shades, Oil or Helland Shading by the ynrd ; also spring fixture. REMNANTS We hnve Just opened another let of lhoe Heavy ainghnin Remnant at 5Wc This may be the lust you will be able te get, u. the price no doubt will be Llghcr. Lately they were hard te get. bard St Mcelrey, Nei. 33 and 35 Seuth Queen Street. Opposite Fountain Inn. )0uc jhtcuisltittft (Efoeb. F LINN A BRENEMAN. 5,000 Yards Fleer Oil Cleth, NEW PATTERNS AND NEW GOODS, AT 23 AND 30 CKilTH PER YARD. OLD PRICE, SO AND 40 CENTS. Something New--" Intelligent Oil Can' Whistles when Lamp Is filled. Everyone using & BRENEMAN, Sc NO. 152 NORTH QUEEN OJijinrmmvc. H ITIOH A MARTIN. China, Glass, -AND- QUEENSWARE -AT- Cliina Hall. We are new opening our Spring Importation of Queen.ware and will ba prepared te supply our customers with the cry best grade of ware at Ixiwett Prices. Heusettlret recelvu especial utteulleu. HIGH & MARTIN, 15 East King Street. eUleur. EVAN'S FLOUR. it 99 ARETIIEOIIDEROFTIIE DAY. The great annual moving time is nt hand. But while thl. occurs only once a year LEVAN'S FLOUR I. mntlng ALL THE TIME. Never Steps. Moving dally from Mill te Grocery, from Gro cery te Kitchen, there te gladden the heart of the geed housewife who Is se delighted te see a haudseme, big while leaf of breed come out of the even. (A word te the wise, etc.) rTUlUK DALMATIAN INSKOT IOWUKR, X. propelled by a geed powder blower, I. the most effectual dMtreyer of flies and ether .maU iBssci. roc r Tuirjaujera prue work, oeb our .lore en our Opening Dayi; the many ex. surprise at the extremely low prices at the ex lur77-3uulSP 00&B. GHRPETS. Mcelrey, Opposite Fountain Ian. ever offered see our line. New design. In Ingrain Ilrussels, that can be turned, and either side nlraant MjunrLment or Hmvrna Hum mere. Stitched Carpet Lining only aa a yard, Oil should have one. Wholesale Agents. Price, BO Cent.. FLINN ST, LANCASTER, PA. furniture. e CHS A GIBUS. IH MARRIAGE A ECONOMY IS FAILUTtET NOT USED IN BUYING IF NEW STYLE, RELIABLE, FURNITURE, Where Prices Are Lewest. sTjrWu practice economy te be able te make price low. Give us a thauie te show you our stock. Goods set aside. Ochs & Gibbs, Manufacturer and Dealer., 2d, 3d & 4th Floers. Ne. SI SOUTH QUKKN SlRKKT. jTlJRNlTUHK. De Yeu Want The Best Furniture for the Least Meney ? If se, come te sce us. Our Klrgant New Spring Stock Is new en our lloer. ready te show. Nothing like It wa. overseen here Ik fore. I'arler and Uedroem Suit., designed by the best artists In Europe uud America, and put to gether se substantially that we cau gite a guarantee with each article. lly the way (you must Just keep It te your self,) and hurry te see us, for we are etlerliiga few article, of Furniture carried eer from last ear below prices that they could be bought for at auction. Fer Instance, a HedroemSult.il. HEINITSH'S FURNITURE DEPOT, 27 & 29 Seuth Queen Street. INJECTORS, UUK LITTLE UIANT, HAN cock Inspirater and Klecter., Lbermau tiler Feeder, iVnberthy Inspector, American injector, all In st JriitFalWtret, ail in bum:, a uu seas a. aae JHIMS ttalar efgM0n IALACE or FASHION. V U THE Vs' GRAND SPRING OPENING h AT ASIKIUH'S i DAT A-P rTT rACIIlAll ia rnunuc wr rneniUPI, , 115 AMD 117 M. QUXBf IT., Is announced for Wednesdav. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, f J r... u, ju, am, jut, HU'& premises te be the Event of the ,1 jvrMi rt 14 4l MM W Season. fti At no time before this have we made such extensive ere-: paratiens for an elaborate dis-$' piayasier mis occasion, weu intend. te'make this epentner eurS crowning effort. By it we must show that our lines or Goods in m every department are complete $ beyond a doubt, that our encesS J .' i j.''1 are ngnr. $ Our Goods are stylish and'; new, and our assortment ib lanrer tnan ever oeiere. le enrtttf mil sTlA1rl nnil nLn AimAH eiii. uui uuuua uuu siiunc uui tjj store the centre of attraction ia A our only aim. The decorations this time will be of such novel tM and conspicuous designs as will make it compare favorably with "Ai buiuc ui uiu uiiest CAiuuits cvcr v shown nnvwherf. f-4'; A r iji i- w . t vvunus ruiriu iancasier, ca.cn acpartment representeif;j in a separate exhibit, and eatli-V; one a Fair in itself. Your spc$4 cial attention is called te our.. Millinery Parler, in the rear entH of the store. There we will 3? show about 300 opening Hats, f ; iiiiuiimu uuu ucaiuiicu aiict utcjijj latest Pans and Londen fashion. J besides our display of Flowers, r!Li tri...i ni..- a 5.3 1VIUUUIIS, V C1VCIS, 1UUCS stllUV ; ""-'J -..a uuu viiwiiuiM. ss .will excel any of our fermerJ cnerts. - rl r Tl.. ...L.t. !.... s. T ..i'-' iiiuwiiuiu iiuhl jjuii. ui um 'v.ffl store. Irem tlie deer te tne MH-jVs r - linery Department, wiH be de-t , -. ... - ." . voted te tne display et J-aces, Vf Embroideries, 1 r i m m i n j? s , tv li- Fancy Goods, Corsets, Under-J wear, nesiery, uieves, jeweiry, I np finorte Pnmcnla ITmhnsl.'c las. etc. : and the way the Goods' iM will be arranged will make 'lil attractive as well as interesting ' te everybody. We will jiej spare time nor trouble te make this opening the grandest ever seen here, and extend a most cordial invitation te all. Four days : Wednesday, Thursday Friday and Saturday, April ? 3, 4 and 5. One day like 'the," ether ; the same display ; the! same Decorations ; the same Hats. Come every day, as it will take you four days te see" everyming. SPECIAL Table Linens, IdicIs & Napkins. itWftj Fi ue Tattle Cleth, and Napkin Id White Goods In the UtettBUIpMand PUId. Fleuuclng., l'an.U and AUersr Erabrel derle. A specially geed assortment of Narrow Edg ing. In Cambric, Nainsoek and Swiss. Our Remnant Counter Inelud goad from nil department. Among tbe remnant nosy be fa ind some of the beat style and qualities all at Meney-Saving Prices te you. 25 East King Street, LANCASTER, PA. maraO-lydR gavnai" apiarr. "OKINHOLD'S Bargain Stere Price lest Tea SetU, 6 piece, SX73. Chamber Setts, 10 piece. fT0, IJ.73 and $US. Decorated Plates, 10c each. Wine SetU, COc and We. . Water SetU, 8 piece, ttt cents. Handsome OobleU, Se each. JjirgeOlas Pitcher, 15c. CoiTee Boilers, tc, 10c., 13c, 160., 19c, 23c and 25eeach. Tea KeltlM, 15c, 30c, 35c.. 60s 70c and SJc. Enameled Kettle, 23c., 30c. and S3e each. Polished BkllleU, lite,, 18c, 22c., 2lc, Jsc. each Never-Break Skillets, ite., Mc, 3c and 7tc " Table Spuent, 10c, 20c, 90c. and 50e a sett. Tea Speen., 6c, 10c, ISc. and 3c. a sett. Bargain Knlve and Ferk, 0e a sett. Large Hammered Walters, 10c. Du.t Brushes, 10c, 2Sc and 85c Bhee Bruthes, 10c, 16c. Sic and Sue. Ooed Bcrub Brushes, Se each. Weeden Buckets, 10c. each. Umbrellas, 60c, 65c, 85c. and Mc Rubber Comb, 5c, 10c and lie. Memorandum Boek. 3c and tc. Sheet Music, 5c aud 10c Fine Handkerchief., 6c and 10c Aud a large assortment of 5c and lOe geed. DONT FORGET THK rLACI Nearly, Opposite Peu'i JUllrcrf JOtkt. erk rkTsTs : ev ripe, though OUsUUU Inch te Inch dlasutsr, tbe sal at a low figure, aud tba-unly.heuM In th 9sl WW "'sTsp II') ' , ' . ESI S , e rrtHEFE01LKB CASH STORE. The People'sCashSteraS m DBIVK8 1 ThePeeple's Cash Stere - 4 s w i hV- " T-S.