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.Ms T THB liAyOASTER DAILY I TELLIGENCER. SATURDAY, APBIL 5. 1890. S N ACTIVE CREDITORS. ..CMTKC T8 FIRCE FARMERS AKO ? tTIEISTI MASK 1SMB?1ESTS. K& " . t'w' , . .. . . . Columbia. Sulrt company uuraoueu rHH T.B0O t.tbnUlo-AniIre 8. nHYha'i Debt Reach T,000. ftrr hym. B. Given, nUerncy for Michael S. Issued three executions ie-uy lutheCelamriU Shirt company. One BOr m,W seeenu "r ? iw, buu I ter 1966. 45. Columbia Shirt company was incer- In May, 1889, with a capital of .. erthla amount 110,000 was paid Kteh; and of that amount a8,,VK) was p- l te the payment of the plant, me ipany a run en capital uorrewea the Columbia ana rim jauenni nks en the company's notes, and te ire these notes Judgments were con- I te Mr. Shuman, one of the directors, I en It the executions were issued. The spany's ether creditors are business of New Yerk and Phllsdelphla, who 11 lesehe amount of their claims. Tim Hmpany was supposed te be prosperous kfl the failure was a great surprise. t Abraham Earhart, a farmer 00 years old, tBaphe township, was pnable te meet I April oblljraileusanu uonssausceuuou. wife te-day. tbreuj.lt D. McMullen, his ttnsel. Issued a domestic attachment for LM0 tit meney advencad te h6'r huibancl v l.l.'.-.."i -.!. V.l,rl tlntill. lis ncr acjiiiu b.iw, ... . .... si are between $10,000 and (11,000, nnd lis the owner of a farm of one hundred which Is worth mere than .the liens itnsthlm. Mrs. Etrhart cannot under- lid why her husband ran away from his anclal trouble. Andrew S. Kuuffmaii, farmer, Maner, Je an assignment te-day for the benent creditors te A. II. witmcr. ills lien are 87.000 nnd he has rani oslnte and senal property of nearly that value. p'Jehn II. Gninbcr, farmer, of East lira- are. has assigned te l'bares S. Ilersliey. feewns no real cstate nnd the fullure Is I a heavy ene. MExecutlen-WM Issued against ltacliael V.. affer for $500. , Martin Eckman, farmer, and wire, of farwlck township, assigned en lrldny srnoen for the benefit or creditors te erge 8, Vv"ise. Ue lias real unci personal trtr assessed at wj.iew. Intel E. Piper's assignees have Issued iltlen against l'bares I'elpar, or J'.asl Dpfleld, for JJ.W0. He Wmn Arrested Aunlii. evl Miller, a Russian of this city, who arrested en a cuargs ei mine pre- eaiiy in uie weua, wus iv this arternoen en a .similar argeen complaint of a Wrlghtsvllle man i furnished ban for a bearing. A Marietta Joke. j A Marietta Jeker crawled Inte a rough which steed In front of an under- Iter's stere en a principal street and Had the lid en afterwards. Ue then sn groaning, and a number of wemen men ,wrre almost frighteued out of it wits. yr Net Quite llendy Yet. i uie Marietta Register. i Lancaster Intblmuenckh lias been Mnir ever the KeDUblican bellticul net t-Hhe cooking has evidently net pro pre mad sulllcientlv te fully show whotlier I the Ingredicuts have been placed tliore- i although. guess nas been iiimie. - ' ' ' v -,-j' inn JHen (.Dsnnn, inlelE. Rice has made two additional tplaiuts against William Stewurt, ar- ion Friday ter robbery, l.ice eliumes with assaulting him and threatening i his life. kt ' Heath efan Old Cltlzeu. urn Kcunard dled at bis home in Hart reshlp en Thursday, of pnoumenla. Ills I .Was 81 years. Ue formerly lived In er county, nnd he leaves foiirsens. had been sick but a short time. sV , Charter Hocetvod. The Cerkcuiters' Unlon.Ne. 4,081, of this Wf, have rocelved their charter, which Is w en exhibition in Orceuawall's clgnr rw en Neitli Queen street. t A 1'olleomon'a Hall. be members of Mayer Edgerley's police Lwhe will rollre en Monday, will held ill In the near future. Ita-appelnted Notary. jPr. L.M. Poters, efQusrryvlllc, lias been pppuuuuu unwary jiueiiu uy uqverner aver. Ilia commission hr.a been received ttke recorder's ofllce. The Metlier-tn-Law' Mntmnent. Fer years my daughter-in-law luul liwn n sulTcrer with female, weakness mid her snd was required tesuciulull the uieney ISOUld earn for niedlclnes. Iast March I nre- I a Hoke's Kleatrlcabdenilnal supporter for f, and te a short tltne uflervrearlne inula she (like a different woman und vTu able te ut- L hf.bbTTKcheld arTalni, una.the luis- I did rJriild U necessary te buy any mere illed rfmedle. I will, with ploasure, tell 1 sulferlug'lady ull the circumstances con- Has; this cure, nud my name and addreu b furnished te auyoue who will call en . Ueks, at llcrr'i furulttire store. st3 North i street, every Wednesday mid Haturdav. husband and myself ulse used lloke's ni- mi nuu ereat success. 55- apl-2ldiltw W t.- A Cllnllcnn. Iebt-llence any medicine et any school of etlceerany elhcrar-pllanca te produce re- equal te mofce or notes Electric Mag. supporters lu female weaknefcs. The ve sounds blf, but I mean It ; there Is net a ay en earth te-day that can show the re- accempllsbedby the use of my Klcctrlc. aettc Appliances. C. V. lleke, 31J North street, Lauceatcr, 1'a., every wedncs- and Saturday. A lady U lu attendance. rTequested will call upon uuyeue In tbe city. uLk-ji(jaiiw gg illl. C.U. HOKE HUItl'UISKU. l, Wonderful tTestttneulal Frem NerrU- Ki town, i"e. bt some time jran air. u. u. HoUe hai been ingNorrlslewn for the uurnosuerintrodua. bis electric appllauceji. A sheit time acu was surprised te observe uu article pub- u iu iuur aiuercnt papers in that town. Jig hit electric supporter very highly, und irv, aiicu e. iicany. Inquiry he found that the lad v was se hted with lbs supporter that at her own se she bad published the article In the nl papers, and bed printed 2,000 circulars were distributed. tbe article published she rays : " I had great sulfcrer for many j ears, and tried goea puysiciansiii uns and ether places t nnaiug any react; my disease win worse. About one and a-half years I ia pain and misery day and night. At last sent te the Weman's Hospital In l'lil la ta, en July I, lM'J. There I had te go a serious operation. I was In the hes- furMveu weeks. When I left I was In bad as ever before. Then all hODes were The pbyslclau told me I could net ex- aoythlngelse but pain, and could linger a jui, uuiucvtrgci weiu cverybodywhe known the circumstances I was In t I could net live much longer, kit si I found the great remedy. One evening It was dark a peer wemau ram in v house who had no home te go te, te aver mgni. esne nad net one friend in tliU Hue bad all ber things tied up in a Then wa took her iu our fumlu-nnri few until she bad a home again. A few after she came te us she had geue out and imroneerj'ror.u. v. Hoke's circular. electric medicated appliance?. That was nt .1 never beard of before. I was lu pain at the time tbe peer woman told get one of Hoke's supporters. A few days u purcmucu cue ei me supporters, short Urns I round that Hoke's sun. r Is tbe great remedy, I believe te-day the lord sent that peer woman te our lur test purpose, llutf must praise our puyucun. lie was verytaltufulteme my severe sickness, and the physicians ilbe tame lu ths hesDitai. rt,-,n,i oeuht ter we. New a great many re- est Wf wertU,but whoever does s-sssss. w w MHMBW,(a,ul Wwt Marshall street, Norrlstewn, Pa. I nm willing te explain the Whole ease. , t Mrs. AM.RN H. Heav, NORRWOTWS.TA., Jan. II, 1800. A lady Is In attendance te explain this com and give any needed Information In regard te these supporters. A lady.lf requested, will call upon anyone In the city and give nny Informa tion desired. At llerr's Furniture Blore, Ne. 311 North Queen street, every Wednesday and Saturday. BprMld Fe conMlpallen," liver complaint" or bil iousness, sick headache, and all nlcw arising from ft ulnnrdered condition of the liver and slemnrh, take Dr. Pierre's Pleasant Purgative relleta-nscnlle Inintlve or active cathartic, according te slue of doe. F,Hw A l'lne l'Inne. Mr. Itnthron.ef the firm of Myers A ttathfen, has received from Kirk Jehnsen & Ce. n French Uurwell walnut ensed Conevcr Bre. piano. Tills Is the first ever brought te this city, and 11,000 was paid for lb market. I'blladelphla l'rodneo Market. I'Htl.AlJKLrHlA, April i. Noen-Flour quiet j Penn'a supers, gaValtO; extra. 2MX3 0J; family, S80.i3); roller, s G0 00; paunt, Wheat steady; Ne. 2 lied new, Me ; Ne. 1 Penn'nlled. We; No.ade.STaiirt. Cern nnn ; Ne. 2, new, !r?Wie ; old, 4.19 44c. OaU firm; Ne. 3 White 3lW2e.; Ne. a '"itrnri'llrm1; Winter 117 00.31T CO; Bprliigflfl 00 illed hav quiet 1 110 00i1.1 00 n te euallty ; timothy toneutl.'l ei for cheice: mUed,M1050; baled rye straw, new, 115 7301. butter dull! Penn'a ermmenr extra Sic; Penn'a nru extra, 27c; Jobbing, ,. Eggs quiet; fenn'a firsts, ll(ll4c;beld lets, lWllffc. us te quality. . ,., , ,. Chccse flruijpait skims, 7S8)c; full skims Petroleum steady t redned In bhls., $7 20. I'oUteos nnn : fWcSI tier bus. as te quality, 0 Urntn ana iTovialeim Funilshed by H. K. Yuudt, llreker, UillCAne, April S, 1:00 e clock P.m. Closing l'rlce-2:I5 o'clock p. m. Wheal Cern Oata. I'era. lard Mny..V.Vr.'.V.''.'."V.-mi Smi sfi'v; low i"iV June Wi St4? T2 10 00 ...... July- W,i IKJ4 'ii 10 75 0 23 August -. Heptcmber...., '&&, October , , .- Year....... ..... Consels - - Crude Oll-Slurcl .... 8IK Wheat, Cern. Oats. Perk. lru. April May 7l)i 1W 22, 10 67 0 17 June .71)!', HI'S 'II lOIVi July 7t)l UY, -Iiii lOM V 27 August Ueptember XV)i .... October - Year Crude OII-May.... KIJJ Consels .... Ileieipt. Car l-ei. Winter Wheat 31 Hprlug Wheat. 71 Cern - - .... 0V1 Oats -.... ........'.'..... 21 1 Rye Barley . ...... Head Receipts-Hogs 10,000 llecel pis -Cattle 1,500 Htoeu MarUeM, Uuotatlens by Iteed, McQrann A Ce., ban kers Uaucaster, 1'a. NKW YOHK I.IHT. 11 A. St. 12 St. S P. M. Canada 1'aclOc. 0.0. 0. I.-. Colerado Ceal Central Pacific- Canada Heutheru i!i MM Chi, Ht. I 4 I'bg ." ...:." Iii. A Kle U Del. L. AW IM IW Krle 20 Kris 2nds JerO K. AT Ueu. ANl!!V.r.!r.'.'.'."'.'.'.'.'."'.'.'. Si;i Kij'i '.'.'..'.'. U Hhore , Mich. Cen a Missouri 1'acinc...... li'i Ti Heck. Valley n! Fre7"."'"."""".";!.""" ;;;;;' ;;.;;; !;.;.' N.WesL. Ill, 1IIJ n.y.j '.! ...: New Kugland... , Kaal Tennessee Omaha Oregon Transcontinental... IKK '.'. Ontario A W. ." 1'acinc Mall W !IU lllchmeud Terminal 22l 'It HLl'aul UHjJ la.'f Texas Poclfle. 1 Union Pacific ill ttl Wabash Cem Wabash Pref 3UJ WK Western U ., ..,.." WestBhere bends h FIIII.AUELH1IIA LIST. Ih. Val , B.N. Y. Al'hlla. ,, ... fa.it.ju ; ,..; Heading. ,. Leh. Nav , Hestenv. Pass P. AH N. Cent. ..., , Peeples Pass- Kdgt's Oil...... . 1,1 ve Stock .Market. CIIICAOO, Aprll.4.-ltecchita,70; shipments lone; strong; beeves, II bU(5 U1; steers f.1 SO'iit MO ; Blockers nnd irniera, ti ;vjtJ u; rows. rs, bull and mixed, II nx,l 30 ; Texas culile, HIOj vjy gi.f, fvuicrii iinii(i:in, sd tnqrtwt lleirs-Itecelllts. lU.UK:slitiiinelilji.linnn mar. ket firm; mixed, tl 2V44 15; heavy, II 15 SI 40; light, 14 10,1 .13; skips, U tCkJH 00. Hheep llecelpt,6,0U0:shlpmenu. 110110: mar ketsteady; natives, 14 00(40 20; Western woeled A 40,11,3 bO ; shernTexuna.fl UVSbO; lambs, ft80 lu su e iKr iiuiiiirvu weigui KASTf,iVKRTY. April 4.-Cattle-Ileclnts. BTfl! shipments, lllij market steady ; prime, ft 60ij 466; rulrtnKOed.f42Mi4Si); common, U tAH; a cars or cattle shlpied te New Yerk, Hogs KecelpU, 2.SW ; shipments. 2,100; market firm ; medium, 14 &.V144 til ; Yorkers, Jl.'WJir, ; eomineu te fair, f I 20yl 30; Pigs, EfJViflSO; uecarsslUniMid te New Yerk. Hhc-p Hecclpts, 1000: shipment. 10H0; market klew ; prlnie, (0 OOuJO 2, luir te geed J i WJS 7.) ; coiiimen, t.K'i4 Iambs, f 1 UXvl 10 ; spring lambs, uilOc ; cu: calves, II (Juu5. llutFAi.0, April 4. Cattle Hecclpts, 1100 head ; 40 en aale ; dull. Hliecii und l.umhs Hecelnta. 4.000 IichiI 1MH fur sate; steady: chelcu te extra, i(!!l6u 020: common togeod.tOltaUJO; common te ?eikI, 13 WaO 10. iJimlu geed te choice, S7 10a 25; 'fair te goeJ, 10 S5a7 Oi ; medium te fair, Hegs-IlecetpU, 0,50 head; 2550 011 sale: steady and In geed demand ; medium nud heavy, 14 65a4 ft); mixed, II &Ou4&5; Yorkers, II 50; pigs, l 20n 1 25; roughs, u&Oai 85; Mugs, Mu3 25. Jlciu Vbucvtiacincttte. CHUAP-PUItK ItYE W1UHKI1X IILA UK berry, dinger and Kummel llrandles. HOHUEH'B LIQUOH HTOHE, Ne. 22 Centre Bquare, itanii:d-a gihl te de ukkkhal it noukeneric. A ptil ptily at 2J5N01 p2-tfd fOUTII DUKKHT. "r-VNTKD-A HITUATION AT WASH. Tf nig. Appij nt 229CHUitUIIHTIti:i7r. TtOU ltrNT. NO. 20 EAST KINO SI UKKT. lnquwu within. nu-ludlt I- UNCI! THEIIH Wll.l. UK "a'TTnk J l.unch this evening at Jlienuoiclierlluiel, Ne. 232 North 1'rlnce street. ' ltd LOUIS 1'KaEKFI.K. Proprietor. HAND I.UNCH THIS EVENINOATTHK lliinslng Hemtv, Cor. or Chestnut and Chrlttlau strueUi, oppeMle the Deiiei, ltd il. HANSINO. 1'roprleter. ntO-SIOHT'H UHF.AT I.U.NOII vTliTirri". J. Heup for bunch at the Schiller Heuse this estnlng, Itleker's.Helb'snndHprengvr's llccrx en lap. ltd W.M.MI'A.Mil.Klt, Proprietor. CLAM CHOWDIUl FOH I.UNUH TO-MUHT lit the HllAMHOCK-itn East King Htrvet. t J. H. DONNELLY, Prep. 1 ENU1N13 CAI.F HEAD KOUP AT THE X Conestoga Hetel, SOU Heckland strecU Hprenger's beer en tap. " JOHN J. WAIIFEL, Prep. JOir.PH HAEFFNEH'H- " E.VSTEH HOCIC UEEH at the saloons of all his city und county etu. turners, hnuer Monday, April 7, la'jq ut-2td CJAUEH KHAUTFOIt LUNCH "t(Tn10HT O nl the Maner Hetel. 217 und 210 WcUKIni street, opposite the King Hired Hluk. ltleker's Imager und fcprcuger's lleek llccr drawn rrem tbe keg. JOHN B.B1SSINOEH, It" l'roptleter. ITIXKCUTOH'SHALK OF VALUABLE PltO li perty. ON WEBtsnAV, Arnn. V, IBM, the undersigned, executer or Hcbeccu Came Came eon, deceased, will etler lit public sale the fol lowing valuable real e I ate, te wit: The two story brick house and let. Ne. 21 Kut Walnut street, ceutululug IV fiet front and W j feet lu bule at the Keystone llonee et 7 o'clock, when terms of sale mil be made knetrn bv ' A, F. llEisain., Auct. apre-ltd g"ENHi WOLK, "" FURNITURE STORE, MMK JtWdlrmlBlsil &cw bvtvllttttttttitt, BOCK BRKIt. At my saloon nnd at the saloons of my customers Beck Beer will be en lap en Satur day, April 5. Tills special brewing Is equal In excellence te these of the past. , . A. HPKENdRK, a4-2ld Proprietor of the Excelsior Brewery. "VVMITE COrTON WAHTE, COPPKD BY TT the pound, loe: in lets of 10 pounds or ever, 0c. All gneds delivered Ui any tmrt of the cllyFree. Call en JOHN IIEHT. Ne. 813 East Fulton strreU m7-td R ENDEIt YOtlll HK IN, SOFT, SHOOT II and Wlilte by using" purity Henp." OUHMAKEOF GOLDEN LION AND MI A UncrldaGe Cigars cannot be excelled, DRMUTli'H CIQAH HTOKK, EstAbllshed 1770. Ill East King Street. aHMMrt B ILLY WAIT7. HAH THE BKHTTWO FOH 60 and ix: Cigars in theHUt. at decfl-flmdM ,Tu,Th3 TJADIATOHH, OF ANY MAKE OH 1IK- & slsn. ran lie fnrnlshedatreasenable figures, ngures. m7-td iy JOlir iieht, an Knst ruiten sircck BT 6c HAVANA FILLER CIOAtt IN tbe city, at III LLY WAITZ'H, Nes. S A 108 North Queen ML decWmdM.Tg,Th AirANTED-LADIEH AND GENTLEMEN y In city or country wishing te earn S3 te f.". nclny nttliclr own homes; no canvassing; werx rurnisnea nna scni ey uiauany aisiance, Address with stamp, Orstall red lliote. Ce , 112 w. sin Hi., (;incinnaii,u. marl53innndll CONrncTIONEHY.-JOS. U. ROYEIt, 50 and 52 West King street, where you will nnd the largest stock of Easier Goods In the city at the lowest prices. Pure Cece, Cre tin Chocolate HnbblU nnd Eggs. All the Nevi Itles In the Market. Call and be convinced, n.'1-.ttd M" A DA ME OUEHPILIXIN WILT. atVK INSTBUITIOKH l! FRENCH in This City. FUO.M OCTOBEH 1st. Ne deduction for absence. Fer address. M ir imrtleulars M'MK G., S2H-Iyd3 Ne. 14 North Queen SlrceL JIT. AUOUHTINE AND BOCK IIKEIL '. it TKVFEVR St. Augustine and Beck Beer Will be en tap nt nit saloons of his customers, commencing HATUHDAY, APHII. 5, IK00. nprl-SId CJ FECIAL ATTENTION hOH HAIUJAINS O Will sell cliwii) the remaining stock of Family Carriages, Phietens and Tep Buggies, nnd THE NOrtlinCK IlOAl) CAHT, ALL MY OWN MANUFACTURE. I hne located tcmpirarlly my Ofllce nnd Wureroem ut the Southern Maiket, corner of Seuth IJiieen and Vine streets. fcbJH-lfd J. II.NOHIIECK.AgenL e tilt LEADING HATTEHS. YOUNG MEN YOUllHl'ltINU HAT W AWAITING YOUK CALL. ar Our Htoek Is new Full anil Complete and and we lime a hat that will please you. DUNLAP & CO.'S Celebrated Hata AND THE WILCOX "BOSTON BEAUTIES ' All hue made their apcarnncc. Only place lu tbe city where you can get them. Best 1 00 mill 1200 STIFF FUH HATS ever shown. HOY'S AND CHILDREN'S Nobby Goods nud Fancy Styles 11 specialty. STAUFFER & CO., 31 and 33 North Queen Street, LANOAMTKK. PA. Z AHM'S CORNER. SPECTACLES ! A NEW AND PERMANENT DEPARTMENT OPENED ZAHM'S CORNER. Wu have opened a DISTINCT OPTICAL De partment In connection wllh our retail busi ness, nnd hnve FI1TED UP AN OFFICE ON THE SECOND FLOOR OF OUR BUILDING exelunlvcly devoted te this branch, and hnve placed It lu charge of u Kecular Qraduate Optician, liming had 10 years experience Inthehest brapltnls or the country, and recommended by the best medical authority lu the state. We de net prope? 'e simply adjust correctly nil cases of defective sight, and lit them with tharem-ct lenses, but te perform all SURGI CAL OPERATIONS necessary, and te place under treatment thoeu who by proper atten tion! need only truntment of the eye te reitere their sight without the urn or spectacles. At the same tluie we de net propose te make the adjustment se expensive as te debar our cus tomers from the advantage el a prer exami nation, and will make alt EXAMINATIONS FREE, excepting only the-ie that require spe cial treatment te remedy any defect. Being sole agent for the celebrated ARUNDEL TINTED SPECTACLES, The best lenw for the money in the country' and having the advantages of a proper adjust meut ut a price within the reach or all, there will be no necessity for nny one using glasses that are uncomfortable or uusulted te their t) es. We shall be pleased te luive all suffering wlthuny truuble of the eye, lu uhuteer farm, call and be properly treated, by lu ADJUST MENT und PRICE, ERNEST ZAHM, ZAlt.M'B CORNER, nprt-fluid I.ANOAHTER. PA. M VERSA RATH FON. ATTRACTIONS in err. We've umiyr attractions In our CiMtem ! mm Departinent. I'cas iitiniit U I1IU tllUH 111 IIIU Handsomest Line OF SUITING FOR Men's Wear FROM $16.00 te Almest Any Price! Such st) les as these are uet ettered anywhere In Lancaster for the price. Such uu assortment you II Und ueu heie vUe. ELEGANT bTI.YF-S IN Men's Treusering ! Mere than eiril care te leek nL Prices range fromSlteili. We'll lit you, tee. W Myers & Rathven, Leading Fashleuable Tailors, NO. 12 EAST KING STREET LANCASTER. PA. Hen 3btertimettt. TUIXJEH HAVE LONG HI NCR DECIDED J tlisl Billy WaltisClgsr Is the Best In the Htate. Fer sal at NOW. 6 1GB NORTH QUEEN ST. decfi-mdM,Tn,Tri.H fJlOK IlENT A TWO-HTOKY BRICK JC building with stable attached, en l'sisl Grant street, between Lime and Hhlppcn, In which Is a geed bakery; also suitable for a cigar manufactory. 11. F. DaVIH, apr-2td Ne. 6 Seuth Duke 8U -VTOT'CE-l'HOF. J. D. HOLT HAH POST J3I pened his Adult Masuerade Ball at Kh leman Hall from Monday evening, April 7lh, te Wednesday evening, April sin. Dancing will begin at 10 o'clock, Immediately nrtrr the f'hlMfMn'a Mull a rfl.0 1,1 IXf AH G EORGE FLICK, TAXIDERMIST, Ne. 15 West German RtreeL Birds nnd Ani mals stuffed In a superior manner at reasonable prices. ap4-lwd . GRAND SOCIABLE TO BE HELD ON Saturday evening, April Sth, at the M.NNEllC'lIOH HALU Rleey's Orchestra. Admission, 10 nnd IS cents. npi-ftd EHT TWO FOH F1VKOKNT.UIGARH the city, at III LLY WAITZ'H, Nes. 6 A 101 North Queen St. decfi-mdM,Tn,TliJ 1HAHLI M. HOWELL, MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS, Ne, l,1fi North QU(u Ht. Monuments, Grave Stones and Building Werk. A large nnd complete stock en hnnd te select from, which will be sold nt prices less than elsewhere. Designs, Lctterlng and Carv ing specialties. Geed work nnd satisfaction gunrnntced. Flense call nnd exnmlne rer your selves, mrm-lwd N EW YORK HTOHE. Spring Dress Goods I WATT & SHAND, 6, 8 AND 10 EAST KING ST, Are Showing no Imniensn Hleclc or LATEST HHADESANDNOVELI1ES. CASHMERE HENRIETTAS, In Old Rese, Greys, Hcllotrex, Gelden Brown, Ac, dc, l!5e, 37fte, bOc, 70e te tl u ard. MOHAIR BKILLIANTINES Spring Shades, 23, !t7, ) te 75 cents a yard. The great depression In business has com cem lelled mauuraeturers te threw lurge lets or goods en the market at less than cost. 100 PIECES ALL-WOOL SUITINGS, In Grays, Blues and Browns, S3 Inches wide, IMe a yard. Cost 25c te make. NEW FANCY STRIPED SUITINGS, Yard Wide, HprlngShndes, 12c ; worth 20c ONE CASE ALL-WOOL CASHMERES, te Inches wide, 35c n yard, worth 50c. NEW PLAID AND STRIPED CLOI'HS, Yard Wide, 25c a yard. OR PIECES NEW STRIPED HUITINGS, 'J8 Inches wide, 37jc ; made te soil ut 60c. 45-INCH CASHMERE HENRIETTAS, Spring Shades, 37J a yard, ALL-WOOL SPRING SUITINGS, Yard nnd a-hair wide, only GOu a yard. ATTIIE New Yerk Stere. lUTl'HICBJ. 35 & 37 North Queen St. NEW GOODS! CUT PRICES. silk braid Trimming, 15c te 75c a ynrd. Black Silk Fringes, GOc, 75c, tl. Dress Buckles, lOe up te GOc 5-Inch Ijice White tleunclng, We a yard. Hemstitched Lawns, S7c, 50c, 75e a ynrd. Tin ebon Laces, 1, 2, X, i, fi, (1, 7, 8, , 10 cents, No.Vandl2SllkRtbbeu.ut5cuud lOcu ard. Be) s' Sateeu Ties, 5c. Lara Cellars, 5, 8, 10, 12V;, 17, M, s ceut. Tucked Yoking, 60e a yard. Silk Mitts, i:, 17, 20, 25, 37,'., 50 cents. Cotten Gloves, 10c, 12c. Best Lisle Thread Gloves, 25c. Black Hosiery, 10, 12;, 25, 37)4 els up te tl. Colored Hosiery, 6, 8, 10, 12,'J cts up te $1 60. New Corsets, 25, J7J, 50, 75 cts, tl. 10,000 New Handkerchiefs at 5c. New Handkerchiefs ut 10, 12;, 17, 20, 23 cts. Silk Garter Web, 12c nnd 23c u ard. New Shades lu Knitting Silks. Flue Bends at 10c a String. Best Hern Buttens, 3c nnd 5c a dozen. New Pockets, 5, 10, 12 cents up te tl. Best Ammonia, 5c and 7c a bottle. Dress Shields, 3, 5, 10, 12; te 25 cts u pair. tedies' silk Underwear, tl. Men's Half Hese, 5, 8, 10, 1JV; te 50 cents a pair. Linen Towels, 5, 8, 10, 12; te 50 cents each. Umbrellas, 25c, tee, 7-V, 87e, tl 00. up te tl 00. Geld Head Umbrellas, KTJc, tl 00 up te r 50. Gauze Underwear, 10, U, 'M up te 50 cents. a-" Don't slc It away, but Sell It Cheap." Stumm's udWca te his clerks about the new stock. 35 & 37 N. Queen St., LANCASTER, PA. BOSTON STORE. CHARLES STAMM'S, Stem 3lctfHImettt.. CARRIAGE C DOEESOlf OAEBIAaX WOKKM. Cerner of "," Vim, &,, ,formerly M.O0O OverHlsWiSKW '" ln.. .I.,?wl.' t-'arrlages. Ae.. new tmEz- hlbltlen, of my Own ManuSjctBre, And also agent for the Columbus Buggy Ce.'s flne vehicles at prices that sstenlsti every body. All guaranteed finest vehlelea In the world for the money. Nene but the best me chanics employed, hpcclal attention given te repairing, itend Carts at almost any pries at the Doersom Carriage Works, corner of Duke and VlniSstrects. dMrdAwR TJS.OR nENT-THE DOE1HOM PRIVATE 1 Dwelllnir. Nna. I'M nnd IW Knit Vina street, will be rented In parts te suit applicants. Alse the Stere Roem and Factory, In the rear, en Mifflin street. The DOKIWOM HALLthe nnest ana nest iixrated nail in the city, can new be rented for falrs.festl vals, suppers, ate. Hecure dales. Fer particulars, Inquire of GEO. H. NORnECK. Proprietor of the Doersom Carriage Works, cor ner of Duke and Vine streets. ftblMfd piOIl COUNTY COMMISSIONER, WILLIAM ORTMAN, Of Washington Borough Lewer District. Sub ject te Democratic Rules. apS-tfd B J. KRESS. MANUFACTURER OF BUR- glcnl nnd Orthepiedlcal Appllancea.such n Trusses, Braces, Crutches, Clubfeet Mine, Artificial Limbs. Elastic Slecklngs.ctc., Spinal, AlHlemlnnl nnd Uterine Supporters, etc. Lady attendance, :W7 WestKlngslreet. in22-lmd PRIVATE. LAyCAITKK llfSIWKK. Cel.LEOg. Ne. at North Duke Street, April 1, 1890. Mrwis. E. C, J. L. L. D. ll.(lenllcmen: I Yih, If you enter new you can complete the rourseor Instruction till vacation, June 80, at n total cost of about tW for tuition nnd stationery. 11. Course or study complete as regards a Bust ners Education, lit. As many pupils enrolled during the past March as were enrolled during lhoreur preceding Marches. IV. Our gain In ntt-ndnnre mera than 20 per cent, ever any pre ceding year, nnd three months net counted In. V. We have placed mere Yeung Men and Ladle In positions this term than ever before. VI, Don't dcleyj visit College Reems adjoining Court Heuse, nnd Judge for yourselves. Respectfully, mr28-tfd H. d WEIDLEIl, Principal. w "ITU NKW nONNLTB AND HATS UE v g. vriuiiicn. Brown's Fragrant Violet Water LEAD.-) ALL OTHERS. Regular Dellar Bite Bcttle Bells rer t0c. MADEANDSOI.DAT BROWN'S DRUG STORE, COR. DUKE A LEMON STREErs. lllegest and Best Line or Perfumery In Lnn ensttr ulwuy-i In stock. lunl.'My'lu.Tli.H-R w IDMfER'S CORNER, MOST PEOPLE Who Intend te Move, HAVE ALItKADY IHINKSO ; BUI' Housecleautng is Yet te Come With Meat of Us, andlt Will Be a aoed Time te Renovate Old Furniture, or Replace With Hew. CONSULT , WIDMYER, Cerner East King and Duke Streets, I.ANCASTElt, PA. Vy-ILLIAMSON 4 FOti OSTER. On Saturday Morning We will be ready te Shew Yeu Our NEW NOV ELTIES lu SPRING DRESS GOODS. Iu nddltleu te our already large nnd carefully selected stock of Spring Dress Goods, we will een some of the mmt exquisite novelties In the abee named geed produced this season. LudlcN desiring something new nnd novel ln Dress SlutTs should net rail te visit us nnd leek through our sleck. We hnve styles of dress goods which cannot be found elsewhere lu the city. 1.M.MENSEI IMMENSE! We have new open the largest and Best Se lected Stock of InfuntV Leng and Short Iu Cream und Ecru, Handsomely Embroi dered, that can be found In Lnncnster city. Leng Coats, ii 25, and Short Ceals tl 2i. Ladles' Btocklnette Jackets, J2 50, F!2j,tl 25. Beaded Silk Wraps, 52 60 te tt 25. Glrl'a Sailor Jackets, t2 50 te t3 50. Lndlc.' Ceitneniarns, Se 00. ChllOren's Twe-Piece Kilts, $2 00 te f I (10. Children's Short Pant Sulla, fJ 00 te t2 50. Children's Spring Weight Overcoats. Odd Pauls and Shirt Waists, 25c, 60c, 75c aud tl.Oi). NOTIONS. Among the many new things In this depart ment will be round Children's and Infant's White Dresiea, long and short. Prices from 25c te M00. Wlilte Embroidered Caps for children aud Inrants' Carriage Afghans. I.ucn Curtains alt prices from B0e te 113 per pair. LIGHT SHIRTS. Particular attention lias been given te our Light-Weight Shirts for tint coming Spring aud Bummer. Our Silk, Cashmere, French nnd English Flannels, Zephyrs, Cheviot?, Madras Cleth, Satlnes and Demct Flannels, tire the handsom est and cheapest ccr shown te trade. Demct Flannel Shirts, 25e te 75c Satlnes, Cheviots nnd Madras Cleth, tl 25 te 2 00. Cashmeres and French and English Flannel, St te St. Silk aud SllkHtilHs,rilet7 50. A rull line efHprlug und Summer Underwear rer men, that cannot be surpassed, mid ranging lu price horn 25c up. AMONG OUR SHOES Fer Spring and Summer wear Is One Special Line en which we have secured the Agency for leineasler and llarrlsburg. We nre tbcrerere prepared te give )ou tbe bcnellt of the low price for which these goods can be sold. They nre made of line selected Dongola stock, wllh narrow square tees aud tipped with the sume goods as upiair stock, hand-turned soles, ele gantly stitched with silk. We carry these goods In nil widths, rrem A. te E. Price, fO 50. The New Department this week Is Ready Ready Made Harness, and nil kinds or prices rer single rrem t5 60 a setup te t2, and all the extras te tell separate. We will have mera te tay about this department later en, nud you will learn something by seeing It. Prices will surprise you. The Ijitest Btjles or Hats nnd Cups, with a com pie le assortment or rockelbeoks und Um brellas, Trunks and Traveling Bags, at the Low Lew est Prices. HeusefurnUUIng Goods, Glassware, Chlna wate, Tinware, Woedenwarc, Wlllewware, Agatenure. An elegant Clethes Wringer, 12 mult.! Si. Fleer Easts In Antique Oak, Sliver und Cherry ut cry low prices. Lamp Chim neys for Ne. 1 ami 2 Burners, at 3c We have Just recehed an elegant line of Table and Fleer Oilcloths. Clethes i'lui, lc a deien. 32-3B East King Street, LANCASTER, FA., AX1 Williamson (6 Fester, $tcn 3U0vttfmeit. s IX-CORD SPOOL COTTON. WILUMANTIC SIX-CORD SPOOL COTTON, i Fer Sale by All Leading Dealers. I' 84 UnIen Square, New Yerk City, Aug. 31, 1880. After a seriea of teats ateur Ellgabethiwrt Factory, extcmlhig ever a period of i evcral tnenthswtf ha-6 decided te usetha WILUMANTIC SIX-CORD SPOOL COnON. believine It te be tbe best thread new Iti the market, aud streugly rccemruend It te all agents, purchasers aud Users of the Singer Machines. The Singer mrUHmdWAS jVTJCXT DOQHTOTHB COURT ItOUtMC. V.indev Shades! Window Shades i We nre showing the Lnrgest Line or Rcndy-Made Window Shades In the city st nrlces never before equaled. Readv-Made Shades. B Tect long and 8 feet wide, at cents a window ceibDtef? Better nusllty, same slse. with dado border, 37j cents n window. HhadlnTb? the ynrt ?l? trui &P TWO GREAT CARPET BARGAINS. IX)T 1. A Geed Assortment or Designs ln BODY BRUSSELS. t. lyt 2--AEIne Selection of VELVET CARPETS. TIicre two lets of carpels will be sold at 830. iVSJL re Jtoed qunlltles nnd styles, and bae never been sold less thun tl 23. This Is a rare oppor tunity. Hee them before buy leg. ma- We will mall yea enr Carpet Price-List en application. FHHNESTOCK'S, 35 and 37 East King St., Lancaster, Pa. i. - i..i i .,.,.. , -si , . i . ... i. - iii. - - - ii, ii I i - i i i 111 SUITABLE FOR EASTER SOUVENIRS- H. Z. RH0ADS & SON, CHINA GUI'S, SILVER KOO SPOOKS AND SILVKU PLATES IN SETS, "JUST TUB THING FOH EASTER." PAPER KNIVES, MATCH BOXES COURT PLASTER CASES, STAMP BOXES GLOVE nOOKS, GLOVE STRETCHERS, SHOE HORNS, WHISTLES, ' RATTLES AND A SCORE OFOTHER NOVELTIES IN SILVER, INCLUDING SILVER-MOUNTED EMERY BAL1A Our Rcpslrlng Department Is complete, nnd prices warranted the lowest In tlie city for first class work. Special attention te Fine Watches, Music Bexes nnd Diamond Mounting. ft l H. Z. RHOADS & SON, Ne. 4 WEST KING flfe LANCASTER, PA. TTAaER 4 BROTHER. Hager, & Brether. Special Prices-Black Silks-New Weaves. GUARANTEED. Our Stock of BLACK DRES.S SILKS comprises nil the NEW WEAVES ft TUHCANE, FAILLE FRANC A1PE, HATIN LUXOR, PEAU DE SOI3 SATIN REOENCE, ARMURE ROYALE, SATIN RIIADAMEANDINDIA. i quality in Rhadame for$i.eo, worth $1.25. Notable Bargains 1 quality in Peati deSeie, $1.00, worth $1.25. ( 1 quality in Satin Luxor, $1.25, worth $1.50. Black Grres Grrain Silks. The STATEMENTS mnde by the Lending FASHION JOURNALS In regard te the ItEVI VA L e OHOS OR AIN SILKS seem te be Amply Proved, as the DEMAND for these Silks has Increased. The WEARING QUALITIES or the BEST AMERICAN BRANDS have placed them at tbellEAC or ALL SILK MANUFACTURE. BLACK GROS pnnir p.Dftc 25 per cent, under jregular prices. BLACK GROS PRINTED INDIA SILKS. The dedgus this season are. If possible, mere elaborate tlmn ever. The colorings are entirely new, 4i-teil 50. Special Blylej lu Black nnd White. HHGER&BROTHER, 35, 27, 29, 31 "West King Street. Jtcur Svbwcvtiocmcnte. N1 O POISON OR INJURIOUS COLORS used ln ' Purity Seap." rpiIE LARUEST AND FINEST LINE OF X -Meerschaum nnd French llrlur Pipes, Clgnr Helders, Clgur Cases, SnutI Bexes and h1 kinds of smoker's articles. OEMUTlt'B CIOAR STORK. klB-trdlt 111 East King ktreeU T7IOR fit K BEST HOT AIR FUHNAciTlN V the market, go te JOUN BLST, aw Ljist Fulton street. ni'-tld tOLO BRONZE, LIQUIDS AND S1ZI NO T rer steam werkjal JOHN BESTS, 11 IC-ist t niten street. mT-tfd rpO SAVE YOUR BACK AND Cll.AODEN JL. your heart use " Purity Seap." a ... . SHIRT MANUFACTURERS AND MEN'S OUTFITTERS, Ne. 110 North Queen Street. Shirts made toerdcr as low nt $1.10. Perfect lit guaranteed. nl-lyd THE FINEST LINE OK IMPORTED AND Demestic Cigars In the city. Clear Ha ana Cigars, our manufacture, lu boxes of 23, 60 and 100. DEMUTH'S CIQAR STORE, alg-tfdR HI East King Street, rpANKSFOR WATER.OILS, ACID OR OAS X of any shape or rapacity, at ralr prices, go te JOHN BEST, SO East Fulton street. m7'tfd Q Q X DAV COURSK ; S5-JO NIGHT 8ES C0J. HIONIn KEYS TON K BUSINESS COLLEUE Wehaethebest facilities of train, lng young men und ladles In the furms, cus toms aud practice of business. T.pewrltlnir taughL W. D. MOSSER, l'rlii., B lu North Queen St.,2d fleer, I-incasUr, Pa. Wdw WTE EXAMINE EYES FREE. Spectacles ! WE EXAMINE EYES FREE I Yeu Think Tour Eyes Are Geed I U yen have them examined you will probably find mat there Is something wrong Willi them, aud that glasses w 111 be a great help te you. We use Inimitable "DIA MANTA,t lenses, which are made only by u, and recommended by leading OculUta a Ihe best aids te defec tive vision. Solid -old Spectacles, 93.00 1 usual price, fl.OO. Steel Spectacles, OOe.t usual price, 91.00. Artindal Eyes Inserted, 1 1 usual price, 10, tmim A BRO '130 S. Kind. Street, OPTICIANS. 1 PHILADELPHIA. ' Mww CtMstsnt a4 Ws-t Misml Manufacturing Company. -AT- Ne. 4 West King Street, GRAIN, $1.00. ) rnarnntl,vl admit ffi or I guaranteed GRAINJ $Ue! J te Wear. PRINTED SURAH SILKS. '1 he quality of .Surah used In manufacturing these goods Is very much softer and lighter lu "eight than the ordinary Surah, The designs nre Special and ExcIusUc, tl te $1-50. cw SVbucvttocmcjtte. TASH EVKItrrHlNOTHAT NlHcDS TO ,V he wished with" Purity Seap." You'll like It. rpllEY CAN ALL COPY BUT NONE CAN A. Mual Billy Wuit.'s Havana Filler Cigar at n .NS-6 ,1(W NORTH QUEEN ST. dec5-0mdM,Tu,Th,S -pACKINOS, AS FOLLOWS : DIrTiIeTfOR L Steam anil Hyilraulle Packing, Ashe. Rew, even nnd Wick Packing, llemn Paeklmr. Asl bettesMlll Ilea.-d. AMiestes Cement. Asbestos Hhi-athlng, Gum Paclting.Uuni Kings for Water nniiges. Plumbago PuckTng, Reed's Patent Ah. mfefe1 W?.11111 l''l6 c,ver, ntJOHN AOENCY FOR CALLAHAN A CO'S CK meut te take the place of Red Lead. Iu bulk It makes flt) times the quantity or red lead and Ib far superior in making steam Joints, packing man and hand hole plates en boilers UEsrs,38J Lust Fulton street. lnT-tfil Q.IVEN AWAY THIS WEEK ONLY, That Beautiful Fancl, Entitled "Mamma's Darling. THE GREAT A1LANTI0 PACIFIC TEA CO, JUG North Queen Street, Special Vnvnu Z'mu Willi uakiu; ruv.il., 3i-The Finest Co.Tce Sold in the Clty.-fia ap'J-llU PRIL INVESTMENTS. April Investments ! L VNCASTER CITY (NEW. U-TO YEAR I TEH CENT. BONDS. LEBANON BELT R. U. 25 YEAR IsrMORT. O.VUE 5 PER CENT. BONDS. LANCASTER CITY STREET R. W. 30 YEAR 1st MORTGAGE 6 1 'Ell CENT. BONDS. These Investments win bear the closest In In specllenby tliemnstcenMrutlve. Fer prices aud rull details write te ercall upon "" fm.luu. IS I lit I. BHilSTSf . j: L -" V"Sti Sr f - '-1I- SS'-S- !--. (OPPOSITE POSTC-mCE.) NO. St) JAARKEX ST., UARRMBUM, FA.