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V 7- imetww J.xnamtAV, . HIA.M.MSnHNXAR rel.Tii, wmura. J MOMHT CUUIK rDiiwri nAILY IKTKLMOEIfCER.-Pablliht4 t fT in ttw yes. Sunday, 8rvl I 111 I mi in u wiy.'wm urreuu - alien cents t.wefc. Br mal 111 veewl xtMaartwr In advance! U cent a nieulli. tLYlHTlU.LKllCNCKR-One dollar nnd cmt a year. In Mvaaefi. I tO HbBSCRIBKHS-IUuiIt br fbeeK -'.MMMmi order, nna wuern amuiir ;MMnn t preenrad (end iu ft review r.v . .. i ml Mm rorternee, tu iccoea bhmi i TO JHTELLIGEHCm, lmncMlcr. Fa. ;LAirOAiTM.PA., May 6, 1J90. TIm PMMdnlila Bemeerur. N'Thr Philadelphia Democrat arequlle tl te enee mere buew tueir emiueui Ability In agreeing te dUngrce, In the ag election foratuccesser te Mr. ill. Twe Democrat, neither of l remarkably well equipped for the B are candidates for the nomination, id seeking It with be much beat that It ptmlble the decision or the primnry Jeb win net kin eitucr ei mem en ; the Republicans, In expectation of aeeh result, are bringing forward Bertie 'Adams, who new adorns tlie United lies diplomatic corps as minister te Brazil, aa then man for Mr. Raudalrs R&T-.Z" .. ......... . :.!,,Tue exeeeuing uuproperiion ei any ei their feet te the measure is interesting if ttttet amusing. Mr. Adams, who is, we lieve, fender of line apparel than he is tr het'Brazll, would never think of put- Ijtlng era a pair of shoes that were net a "perfect flt; ana yet lie is eager te step Mntn Mr. Hnndall'd tilace. which tlie y pfabllc recognize as very much tee big fcr him. Be Is it wltu Messrs. uenincr t . -. . -. it and MCAJeer,iue ucniocratie aaiurania. Ifye presume that there is no question ittnat AieAieers quaiiucaiieu ur iuu pest is superior te that of either ( the ether two. He is ' quite tibia the ordinary size of the Peiiimvlva rala congressman; and while iu ierneiiul .qvallflcatlen the IUtent caudldate amed, It is clear cneugn inai lie is ' net the ablest that might bu uameil t'iir the representation of tlie Democracy glbf Philadelphia In Congress. Tlie whole liiasTf i altmiM I in 4 lin fin lit ft!!!! avlitttll tin WV. """"" '"" '"" """- " chosen; and for sucli n. constituency Land for such a succession there is cer- .talnly a woeful lack of quality In tlie Jiaaber presented for selection. i But nothing discreditable te Philsdel- .In a political way, done by either kdMMty, need cause surprise, and we have srWOg tlnce caessd te feel that emotion at ? JJaOiecratlc doings, 'lucre are certainly rygoed Dunecrats In Philadelphia, t'vtry, able men and able leaders ; but -tbirhave se steady a run of ill success ; la their efforts te combine and harmen- itlM party tuat mere is evidently a Ileal disease at the root of things. The able seems te be among the leaders, rlth some of whom devotion te the ' interest Is a secondary censidera te if indeed it is a consideration at all. ijjntiw pending contest we will be agree- gtHtyy aurpnseu ii me customary iviiKcuuy cHvitlcs are net displayed. It Is as geed time for the exhibition as can be, the question or wnn snail be Itan- I'd ucoesser.for the rest of the session f Mr. Reed's Congress is net one of great tat te the Democratic parly ; and i fact that se great lack of wisdom Is n in the district Is one which the ty in the state can ponder te itrf pre- Tne failure te improve the opiter- inlty te elect a successor te Mr. Randall, Korthy of the great Philadelphia con- ituency and worthy te weur Mr. Sandall's mantle, will demonstrate 'fencluslvely te the Democracy of the tat the utter werthlessucss of l'hlla- 'Vlphla Democratic leadership, and will . 'greatly aid te cllmluate Philadelphia innuenee from the state ceuucils. Time adgaln the party prospects in the -Ute have been spoiled by wretched ' .Philadelphia conduct aud counsel. The tote Democracy have again and again .gene down te the Philadelphia bound- ary with a majority te be overwhelmed ' br its vote. Philadelphia is net a sweet I' Oder te the Democracy of Pennsylvania ; mua If It loses Randall's seat It will be a rifttneb. s$ "" fc."Z.7 ,jfj" me ai-n iwi iinii,'. ' iucid as u suuuh; vucakiun in iuu fnreaent political situntleu that New ITerk, which can command the Demo Deme Veafatlc nomination fur presldeut always rwllh a candidate te whom she can iftadge the state, may net be in pit ion te claim tlie coming cun- because of her Inability te ,dMtrer te him the state at the clec ? Han. We de net thluk that there are , naany people who de net thluk that Governer Hill sacrificed the electoral - 9te of the state fet Cleveland te his fnrpese te secure Bis own election for dnrerner, if net te a further malevolent r4topeltlon te back Cleveland oil' the fteurae for the future. & Governer Hill is evidently for himself rat. last and all the time: and while Ukfe avowed candidacy for the presidency -m in tne view or nearly every eue but himself, nothing if net silly, his own 14 aiieeiu win nui lei uuu juuk in H iu itld light. He is enough of a'caudidate te duaturb the New xerk waters probably t a degree that may endanger the StToteef the state te another New Yerk k Mndldate, whom the thugs may desire te , atay. Wltn Cleveland beaten once by treachery, it will be a serious question K whether it will de te give it again a rwiance. inere uees uai seeut te be ;eugh honor among New Yerk pellti- i te trust te them thu Domeerutic tlenal fortunes. Hanceek came te tgfief there before Cleveland. t Vl s iss ?& The IleAlheu t'liluce. frtiuMug i.uug uug wus iiurieil uy i Chines In New lerk en Meudav ceremonies that were truly re able. A big proct-ssieu of Chlua- in full costume with flags and iners.marched through the streets,at. tiug tne attention or surprised mid nested crowds. Bun Francisce Is LtftdUdtemed te siectacles of the kind, t in Chicago the Celestials arejequully rprmug, but Eastern cities are waklug up te the Chinese ques m a matter couccrulner tbem. : Tbd persistent enterprise of the Cliinese t Amarlca In spite of hostile letrUIutien I worthy of attention. Every steamship m MMAuwcry Kiuguem carries crowds fthn,andyetthe number lu theceun- r, wm" nei. seem ve uecrease in the least. -arowaever tue ieuk unnretecl i at the north and south, and if r aheuld be mere rigidly excluded the It might be that ether American na- would be overwhelmed lu the flood F Chinese Immigration. Tbayaeem detenniued te crowd iute Thd mevemeut bears some M&rvPT ? vvr '"'" t' ''' ' ' " RMmblanee te the great westward ml ml ml gratlonsef Asiallcs, that Bo'eften threat tened and almost overwhelmed the Europeans of early ages. Their immense strength iu numbers, the abject poverty aud misery of the mass, aud tlie low value act upon human life, all make the Chinese, as a people, a very important factor lu the problem of future events. The missionaries of Christianity have made little Imprcsslonlupen them ; the Americanizing forces of our system none at all. At home aud abroad they are the same persevering, intelligent, indus trious barbarians, without sympathy for our institutions or civilization, proud of thclrewn. Rut tlie foreign experience of be many Chlnamen who return again te their country must have a marked effect en their material development. The Chinese tu the near future may learn the use of machinery and the management of the various institutions that new g've Western nations supremacy. Pacific mall steam ers are new manned by Chinese Bail ors under their own petty officers. They have rolling mills, steel works and ship building plants In China, and when popular prejudice Is overcome there will bomereof them with railroads and telegraph lines besides. It is worth while te ceuslder what may happen when the millions of heathen China learn te use the discipline and weapons of Christian notions. It will net be In our time, but events move rapidly and an other great race conflict seems le be ap proaching from Asia. Tiiksk sre line days for trout nslilng.aml suglcrs report tlie fish unusually plentiful. Tin: New Tene JlcraUl announces Hint Kdwlu Arneld is In Teklo, Jnpnn, writing a new epic poem called " Tlie Light of tlie World." Tlie thotne will be tlie feunder of Chrlbtlanlty,and It Is wild that tlie method of Ircatment Is decidedly original. It Is nelel as rather curious that wlille "Tlie Light of Asia" was wrltten lu n Christian country this poeiuvn Christianity should be written In olio of the beutrcs of Orlenlul philosophy. Tin: French army costs mero than n hundred and olevnu millions a yesrnnd the German army nearly nlnety-twp mlllletiH The army Hint the United. States had twenty-five years nge 111 eest a hundred and forty six 11111110118 this year If the polishing bills that hnve passed the IIouse beceme laws. TilR city of llultluiere Is proud of the cruiser bearing Its iiame. The A'iei, always en'erprlslng, lus published four enthu siastic stanzas set te music Hint Is overflow ing with the most sentient notes. The iiiul is entitled: " Ilnltlmore, dedicated by the S'mii of Ilnltlmore te thegnllanl wor ship Hint bears the iiame of the Monu mental City." Anetim'.k nurvel Is described by the Louden Timci lu a mero pluuslble way. It is an autoinntle drop-a-nlrUel-ln-tho-slot. and-gct-your-iln-type - portrait -maehtne. Tiie orsen te be photographed takes his stand In fiotitef tlie lens.wlth his back te a pest llxed at thrce feet, and adjusts hlmsetf se that his full fnca shall be roltccted lu a mirror. He then puts a penny In the slot, and remain motionless for live secends, w lien a bell announces that the Impres sion Is cemplete. In forty seconds mero the finished photograph, en a plate, drops through the delivery hele en te a shell. An extra halfpenny will procure a sultable frnine. A rotary arm carries the pinto through a Merlcs of vhemleul baths till thu linpresHleu U doveloned. FlteM Paris, whero the marvelleus In sclonce Hoeuntn thrlve, thore comes a story of the euro of a fat man by simply slicing hi if 1 down te his preper proertlous. The correspondent of the Louden An7y Xvw.i says that degnilssnge, or the remeval of fat from tlie body, Is the Intestsurglral son son Hatlen. "Or. Marx and Honiara have car ried out the operatiou upon a llterary man, M. lliroguella. Thny raised the skin and cutaway II pounds of the adlpose tissue. The pitleut was uuder chloroform whlle thus belng pared away. The skin was then stitched up. More Hutu a week bus passed sluce the opeintlon, mid M. lllreguulla new feels quite well, and Is overjoyed at the Improvement lu his llgure. He says he only suiVored from he id nlie, the offect of the chloreforui. It Isarrnuged that he Is te underge fitrtlier parlngV The only trouhle about this tale Is that It U qulte tee simple. If the operation Is se easy and satisfactory It would have beceme common long age, and thin poeplo would be made fat and stout poeplo slender by wholesale In works established for the purpose. Tin: IIouse of Commens conimlttee en colonization has recommended that aaslsted emigration from Great Itrltatu should be discontinued except te Australia. The Canadians will hardly be pleased at this, but as there is a steady flew of jMipiilallen from Canada ever the border te Hie Males, the mother country can hardly be blamed for refusing te pour water into a slove. Thecomuitttee's figures show that sluce 1815 twelve and a-half million oeplo have loll the United Kingdom, and of thene nlue million since 186.1, of which soven million were of llrltlsh and Irlhli origin. Two Twe thirds of the.su einlgrauts went te tlie United States. Britishers and Kuropeans generally irslst In belching that most of this country Is 11 trackless wilderness and the cemmittee has caused pro found astonlshiuent by declaring Hint only a hundred thousand square niiles suitable for sottleuiont remained In the United States, while Australia and Mani toba offered five and four Hines that area. As the area of this country Is 3,581,385 square uilles It will be hard for the Hrltlsh govermuent te persunde emlgrnnts that we have net plenty of room for them. With a population or 05,000,000 there would only be eighteen te a square mile. V12IISOXAL. Wilmam Wai.peiip Asteu has L'ivcu a check for f5,000 te the New Yerk Press club, te be luted for ber.evulent poreses. ReiuutT Adams. Jr., minister te llrazll, will probably be the Itepuhlieaii candidate for Congress lu the Third Pennsylvania district. Kx-Pniim:M' Ci.r.VKi.AM) did net at tend the funeral of hl.s uncle, Itev. Dr. Allen, in IluUale, teUgraphingthat he wus sutrjring from rheumiittsiu. Jamk.h II. Ciuitix, a nephew of Oovernor Curtln, uud ineiiilHtr of the firm of Cuitln. & Ce., large Iren manufacturers of Hello Helle Hello lente, died suddeiily en Monday. aed about 40. " State TnPASimr.it llevim took the oath of office en Monday. He retains ex-Stato Treasurer Llvsuy as cashier and will muke no changes lu the clerical force as at present censtllutbd. William McCeumick, son of J. Mc cormick, of llnrrlsburg, the well known Iren manufacturer, and nephew of Sonster J. Donald Cameren, has been elected te the editorship of the llctlilehein Timet. Jehn Duiuiam, who has been appointed consul at St. Dominge, 1h a colored iimu at present eimaned en the stair or the Phil adelphia Jlulletm. He U 11 graduate of the aclontlfle deiiartinent of the UuUcrsltver Pennsylvania. ' M. Jeseph Nicholas llenKriT-Fi.Euiiv an eminent French painter, Is dead. He had received all the decorations of tlie Lesien of Hener. He was a very prolific (winter, and his son, M. Teny llobort llebort llobert PJeury, has also acquired distinction. MiMbTEit Ciiaui.es Kmehv Smith mlnlbtcr le ltusala, has arrived In Kerllii M.r,.?ml'.h ' u, 'HWHt t M". William Walter Phelps, the American minister te Germany. He dined Monday evening with Count SchouvaleH', the ltuisluu ambassa dor at lierlln. Ijimiep TunsEit, or the African Mcllie. illst amference, complains of the ill-treat-meint which the colored delegates receive t the bauds of the hotel-keepers at New Ilrunxwlck, N. J. It is very dlflleult and In many esse actually Impossible for them te secure rooms because of their color. PmcMiKn Cmsn en Monday announced In the Italian Henate that he would resign, because the Senate In the debate en the charities bill rejectcd the clsttsa providing for church ex pensus. II resigns in order te dcclds a question of the .dissolution of the cabinet or Its reconstruction under Slgner Saracce. Ills announcement caused great excitement. KiiWAnu D. Wai.kkr, associate editor and former owner of the Cattnopelitan Magazine, who died last week, was just entering the thirties, but had already made a name fcr himself as a rlevsr and capable writer and a geed all-round man In the newspaper world. When onaaged with the llarpers he displayed a high auibltlen, and overworked himself In the preparation of artlcle. In 1KI7 be went upon the On On tiw))elitan, and long age was warned by his friends and physicians that be was working himself te death. Hkiieit Ai.i.nx raised a smalt breeze In metropolitan society some years age by appearing as an apostle of palmistry, but he could net make It pay, and he Is new at home In Knglsnd trying te turn hlmaelf Inte a novelist. When I10 landed In New Yerk he charged liny dollars a hand for examining a palm sud delineating charac ter and dcatlny. Tlie Mar of that city says: "He was the fashion and the sensation for nearly six months, and then he hied him self away for practice and money-getting among the society poeplo of Philadelphia. The grave nnd economical damsels of the Quaker City did net rush frantically te Srcft him. Itodrepped his price te$5, and is moment he did the fashionables all for nook him. lie wasadlgnlfied little fellow, of an intensely loud English patleru, fine looking, talented, and If he had been six feet tall, might have marrled an holress. He at last accepted a place as an Interpreter at Castle Garden at $1,200 a year." Auk for VAN ether. llOUTENH COCOA-tnke no There are bright budi of April uinl Llosnemi of May Uut they're net hnlf no t wcet n the hrratli of theiiinld That with BOZODONT bruslies her teeth every day Tlltlikepenrln through hrrbcautlrul llHithey'ra dlnplnyed. OHOZODONTt whit an encliantmint In thine That glvt Uelh llke tlie iuu, aud I! I von lips rtd a wine. Feil Cenntlpsllnn, Hick, or Dillen Heartache, Ue llr. I'le eti'a 1'fllrU, or Antl-bllleiiM Urnu idea; I'urtly Vegebilile and perleetly lmrmleiw. One a done. M,Tu4w llvery I'erwin Te He n Itt-nl Siieccm In thin life miint bnve h unerlnlty ; that la. mukt concentrate Hie abllltleanf Ixxly and mind en some one purault. lliirilixk lllixit Jllttert have llielr NMH'(ally una complete nnd ru1 leal 'cure (ifdyaiH-pxIa, mid liver nnd kidney nllectlent. Meld In Umeaater by V. T. Hech, 137 and LIS North Queen atreet. Aak Your l'Vleiiils About It. Your dlntrcatlng rough can be cured. We knew It bet'Aiiae Kemp's Ilataani within the pant few yearn has cured mi many rough kiuI cold In till community. IU remarkable tale ha been wen entirely by Ha genuine merit. Ak tome friend who ha unvd It what he think of Kemp' llalxnni. There lauomedl lauemedl lauomedl clneiopurc, none se cUecllve. lairge bettlet Wa and it at all drugglit. (2) Truth Crushed te Kurth I bound te rlae. Crowd down mid amether the iriilh ueu mny concerning Tlwmut' iMectrlc Oil, yet the fucW wlllrlneup that It 1 one of the bent reined lea for uc'Iicm, apruln and pain that linn ever yet been Invented, Held lu Lancaster by V. T. Mecli, ITT und l.BI North IJiueti ttreet. m ITOOD'HHAIUSAI'AHILIi. SPRING MEDICINE I a nccealty with nearly everybody. The run down, tired condition of till acaaen 1 due te Impurities In the bleed which have accumula ted during the winter, and whtrh limit be ex pelled If) 011 vvlah te feel well. Heed' Hara purllla thoroughly purine and vltiilUes the bleed, create a geed appetite, cure bllleuaneii nnd hcadnclie, give healthy nctlen te the kld neya and liver, and Impart te the whole body a feeling of health and atrength. ThWaprlug try HOOIVH HAltHAi'AltlLI.A "1 Inke Heed's Kiimnparllla every year a a aprlug tonic, with most mitlifuctery rcaultH." i 1'ARMKi.KR, 319 llrldgeitreet, llroeklyn, N. Y. " HiHMl'a Hnrfuiimrllla purified my bleed, gave me strength, and ovcrcame the heartache und dUflnesi, ae tliut I am able le work again. 1 recommend Hoed'a Bnraiarllla te ether Hhose bloel I thin or Impure, and who feel Mern out or run down." l.u'Tiikit Nahon, 1-OHell, Ma1. CHKATFJI AN AITlTTlrK " Willi the llrat bottle of nel'Har.amrllla my headache entirely dlsnpcared, and where before I could net luuiter iipttnnppctlta for my ineiila, I cannot new get enough meal te aatlsfy my npprlltc. I am at in f sent luklng my aeeend buttle mid feel llke a Ullfeient per per aeu." WII.1.IASI I.ASal.NU, l'esl !, (J. A. It., Necnali, Vla. N. II. If 011 decide te take Heed' Sursapa rllla de net be Induced te buy any ether. Heed's Sarsaparilla Held liyulldrilKgltU. II ; alx for ". Prepared only by C. 1. 11001) kt CO., lxiwell. Mash. ioeuohimoni:doli..u (i) V AN HOUl'HN'H COCOA. Till: STANDARD COCOA OK l'-UROPK, TH K COMING ONi: OK AMKIUCA. Van Ileutuit's tJfty per cent, mere of the lle-ili-feniilii!; elemeuts of cocoa than is ebtulned by the host jireccsscs of ether iitfitiiifiictiircrs. Van Heuten's Cocea Best and Gees Farthest." Doctors und analysts of the highest staiidltn; all ever the wei Id, certify te this Immense saving, and hy Van llou lleu tkn'h spcclul process only can this lie attained. SVa.v HeurtN'.s Cocea ("once tried, al wn aiued ") piKseav Hie great udvaiitiige of leaving no lujurleimctlecta en the nervem y. tern. Ne under, therefore, that lu all part of the world, Hit imrnrur'i Cocea I recommended by medical meu, limtead of tea and reflee or ether cocoa or chocolate, for dally uuu by children or adults, hale and lck, rich nnd peer. Ask for VanIIeutk.n's und MA no ether. iniir,J-l)ils,Tii.S i) -yi.NCO CHUWINU TfHlACCe. VINC O (i:."MA 'M'.") CHEWING TOBACCO. Till Htundard Itrand of I'lug Tobacco I ao-kueMledgi-dtobothebekt chew and the largest piece for the money In the inarUet. Vincetm tjy uii rac)i tueii), Iu ejtcnslve sale formally yearhaeiitiibllnied IU reputation. There U uethlug better. Try It. Fer aule by dealers and grocers. 1 QQQ aprlt-:s)tend-eemA13tw " OTKAM II O dnellln HAT 1M Till: COMINfl HKAT wilt uga. rhurclit-a. t.eliiu.1 i,..u.. A,n "'""i .ru-wiuiiy uM.11 one iiuimrH.1 .i ucccMfully used one hundred 'leurs WwiiiSrfrS,.c"" f,nl'lne change rail oil JQUN HKHT, who will give you a mtUIactery Jeb, at s fair price. m7.ud ' Ptimitmikv'. ruiLADsi.rniA, Tuesday, May 7, 1W. Heaps of new things in the Women's Muslin Undenvear store the dainty, snowy sorts that you have in mind as Spring blossoms into summer. Ne need te waste words. Yeu l?new hew our underwear business is done material, style, finish, all looked te, and prices whittled down until home work seems extravagance. Gowns : AUSttnti Kins Minlln,) ft no plaltx en yoke, nerk. yoke and sleeve trimmed with Hamburg edfe. Alsseenit Ft no Mutlln, V-nlmped yoke, IS ptnltf en yoke, yoke, neck and uleevc trimmed Willi line Hamburg edge and beading. At US cente Finn Cmnlirlc, Ml flne plaits en yoke, trim med with 11ns Hamburg edge and beading. At il.t5, Ihttl kind. Very Hue MiiMIn, prlnccw front with 2 rows Hamburg Insertion nnil 6'i line plnltn.clouhle rume and Hue llumburg edge en berk, yoke tind sleeTen. Drawers : AttS ttntt l'lne Muslin, hem nnd 3 plntts. At IScrnti Finn Meulin, uent llainburg rullle und 2 Rtyles plaiting. AlKOcrnti KlneCumbrtr, wide Vult-nclcimes rilllluuml 12nnepliilU. Corset Cevers : AttSeenM. FlneMiKlIn, V front, trimmed with llnm- burg edge. Atfiicenti Fine Cambric, V buck nnd front, trimmed with wide Hamburg edge, trimmed Mccvcx. Aprons : At lOcenti A limited iiiantlty of Ijiwii Apron with hem mid tMeplalti. At Met nil KlncCumtirle, deep hem nnd ft plalln, with wide Hwla Kinbreldi r.v. Skirts At M eentt I'lne Mmilln, wlde hem and 8 plait, yolte band. At$l , MuOln, wide blind embroidered rullle and I plultK. At (!, the LI kind Kxtra line nnd heavy Muallii. flne wide Hamburg rullle with tf plait above, joke baud. De you keep an eye en the New Boek Table ? It's a magic mirror in which you can see at a glance whatever the pub lishers are turning out. Mere are two or three armsful uf the newest. Nevels and Tales : When We Were Hey, William 0'llrlcn...l 10 The Master of the Maglcluna. Kllzubclh Htuart I'hclpi und 11. 1). Ward te HlKterHalutBulplee. Viildca.' 1'rem the HnanUli 1 10 A Foreign .Mutch, lllget... '." TuleKefNeu-Kuglnud. HarahOrnc JeHctt.. W Itaphael. Ijimartlne, New Kdltlen.. 73 l.lttleHalut hllzalR'th. Mr, llurnctl 110 History and Biography : Bchouler'alllitery el the United State. New Kdltlen $0 7i The Wire of the I'lrsl Cenaul. Malut Annand 110 lllitery of .Mexico. Nell 73 Hlaraell. F.Carrell llreter 2 0U Religieus: The 1,'omiMwlllen of the I'eur Oepeli. Wright ! SI Sj The Umgiiage of the New Testament. Hlllleex ,., mj Nature and Mcthetl of Hevelatleii. (Jee. I. Kliher , IKl (led 111 III World. Au Interpretation.. . DO Miscellaneous : Old Friend. Andrew l.nng ltecollectlena hvdeerire W. Chllda .. ,..J1 CO 75 The Vlllage()uimunlty. (lemaie I.thenil Living Upen Narrow .Means, Ilerrlclc rerlclea and Aspaala. ljinder. New Kdl Kdl teon. 2 vel New in the Camelet Series : Hpenru'i Anecdote I 00 .N5 Mere a Utopia Hjdle'a (liillatnu.. Hterle fiein Curleteu s.'. Just such a Bookstore as you'd leek for behind such a New New New Boek table no proper book missing. Thirteenth street entrance, Brandenburgs are holding breezy court in the Cotten Dress Goods camp. 20 cents a yard seems absurdly little for se much quality and loveliness. All the Cottens are crowned with the same price-graces. Se are Woolens and all the seasonable stuff. All around the circle. We have large facilities for doing Accordion Plating promptly and well. 25c a yard. DrcsMuultlnir i'arler, second Meer, Cluatniit Htreet. Jehn Wanamaker. )rtt. Ouu L.KA1UNU IIATTKKS. YOUNG MEN YOUKHPltlNQ HAT IS AWAITING YOUIl CAI.1,. S-Our Stock It new Full and Complete and nud te hate a lint that will pleuw jeu. DUNLAP & CO.'S Celebrated Hats AND THE WILCOX "BOSTON BEAUTIES All have made their nppearanrc. Only place hi the city w here j ou can get llieiu. lleKt $100 and fJOO STIFF FUlt HATS ecr shown. HOY'S ANUCIIILIIRKN'H Nobby Goods and Fancy Mt) lea u eclaliy. stauffFr & CO., 31 and 33 North Queen Street, LANCAHTKR. FA. "IIARTICULAR ATTENTION 1'AIII 'IX) X Medel Muklui.', l'atternii, blue Print, nt price reiuseiii llr-STS. an Fuikt Fulton HrecU Druwlui: nnd reasonable, ut JOHN street. iu7-tfd INJF.CTORS, HUE 1.1 IT1.K U1AI', HAM cock Inspirater nud Klecters, Klxriiian ltellerl-ecder, 1'euberthy Itmiecinr, Aiuerlcuii Injector, all In iteek, ut JOHN IltST'S, SB ji-viie, hi, ,,, a) Kut Fulton ttreet. niMId TF YOO WANT A FIRST-CLASS IMRTAOLK X Ir.nuliie and Heller, en wheel, cheap, aa the herhe-iHin er, Ji iuiwir M1 'tll ,..t,un ,11,. tiv alum .I..W J u UUIMHIHrr, tlli), O ; It) liorke-ewer, 575; IS tien-e- rbikiuuiui ill I C k-bII .. a litl tvT wer. IS73: U) liorse-iiow er, 11,175, call at JOHN i.u), e,iiui.i r uiiuii ftireei. Iil7-tfd IOR HORIZONTAL. STATIONARY EN. Klnea. from '2 te M) herk-ixm rr. und V.n i. call EiikIiiv from '.'low linre.ivuir vmi tvin flndtheui at JOHN UKara. iil k'sl Kultnn treet. -7IOR STF.AM UAUOh-S, 11IUII OR LOW JL) Frftuure, Wuter Cuukc", Uuuge Ceck. Weed Whetla or Welshted. Uliu Tube. Whittle, K)phen for Steam Oautc. Cylinder Oiler Flulu, Water Uance Column, Ceck for Steam Gauge, call en JOHN BKsT, 833 Eat Fulton itreet. m7-tm msrWB!SS?Tm T ALACK OF rAHHlON. ASTRICH'S PALACE OF FASHION, 115'AlfD 117 Mi QUEEM ST. All our finest Diagonal nnd Cork screw Jackets aud Coats at the uniform price of t2.W. Many new things have come in this week. We call your special attention te a few of Our Leaders. A big line of Children's Trimmed Hat at 00c apiece ; worth from 00c te $1.25. All tne newest styles in Black and Colored Canten and Milan Hats. Ulack nnd White Leghorn, Milan and Chip Flats, shown hy us. the largest variety ever NEW FLO WEItS. A full line of Cheap Flowers nt 10, 16 and 2c. Hpcclal value in Nice Flewers al 50c a spray. Our display of Trimmed Hats and llennets is larger aud liner than ever, uud our prices much lower. Our siMcial efforts are directed toward furnishing the nicest and most stylish goods the market can afford at the low est tiesHlble prices. Luce Cntis fremlOc tin. Large l.awn aud Surah Whirred Hats, In white, pink, light blue, black, old rose, olive, etc. LISLE THREAD & SILK Q LOVES Bjicclal llnrgnlus in Lisle Thread Gloves, nt 10 nnd loc. Fine llrilllnnt Lisle, seamless, at 25c, iu black, tun and slate color. Fine Tullbtii Silk Gloves, In black, tan nnd slate, at 15, 20. ii", 37 and 50c a pair. Hllk Mitts nud Lnce Mitts, In black nnd colors, 12, 15, 10, 2ec te 1 a pair. KID GLOVES. 4-htitten, 50, .c and $1. 5-hook Lacing, 70c, tl uud $1.2.5, iu lilnck, tan colors nud slnte. Meusiiietaircs, lu undressed, at 75, $1 nnd $.2."i. Dressed Meusqtielnire at $1 a pair. 1IOSIE11 V. Warranted Fast lllack Cotten Hese, ribbed, for Ludics uud Children, at 10 uud 12Jc a pair. Ladles' llcst Ileynt Ulack, staluless, full regulnr made, ut 25c a pair. Fancy Striped Hese for Ladles nt 10, 121 nnd 15c a pair. Medes, Tans and Slates, at 10, 12, 15 and 25c a pair. lilnck Lisle Thread Hese, 07 and 50c ; royal black. An Immense line of Beys' Tlald nud Fancy Tics at 5, 10, 15, 20, 25 and 37c. Ladles' Jtlbbetl Lisle Vests, 10, 12, 17, 25 nnd He apiece. MUSLIN UNDER WEAR. Clicmlfcc, 25, 29, 37, 50 te $1.50. Skirts, with embroidered rullle, 50, CS, 75, 83c, 51, $1.2.5, $1.37 und $1.50. Curat Cevers, 25, 20, 37, 50, 02, 75 nnd OSc. Drawers, 25, 37 nnd 50c. JJIght Gowns. Special llnrgnlus 37, 50, 75, OSc, $1.25 nnd $1.50 apiece. Gent's Night Gowns, 50, 75, &5c and $1 Most excellent value for the money. SPA MPED LINENS. Sideboard Cevers, 72-lucli, 25, 20, 37, Jjl) tuul 7eC. Stttiul Cevers, W-lueli, 120,25, 37 and C0c. Hplitsliura, with fringe, 10, 15, 18, 20, IK, ft" mill 60e. Tidies, 5 anil 10 ; oiMMiwerked, 17c. Metnle Linen, 2, 31, 37, 50 uml 75c. Stuniiicil iJaniswk Linen Deylies, fringed, nt Ge. Rinali Memie Linen Deylies, Htampcd and sewed fringe, 4c itpieec. Sivy (Soebe. T 111 K 1'KOI'l.K'S CASH STORK. The Choicest Stock -OF- IN THE CITY, ItmiKliiK hi prlce from 10c a yard up te the Illicit kihkN Imported nt S0e. The rcKiilnr-iirtce of thckeluiHricdi;oeda belna te-day from 1.5c le I'm lu the lurer clllcx. SPECIAL DRIVES -IN- White Quilts! The lH't 11, tl.tS, nnd 81 M Demcatlc White Quilt In tills city. The bct Marseilles Quilt from fl.50teSri.50. These Quilt" have iintlccn purclnifceil from a manufacturer and Importer nud are tbebeit giKKtx for the money u er elfered any n here. 25 East King Street, LANCASTER, l'A. nmrVM-iydU QTrtrvittrice. OTANDARl) CARRIAGE WORK. EDW, EDGERLEY, CARRIAGE BUILDER, 10, '-', l.ttf MARKI'TrRTRrr.IRear of the 1'o.teUlce), LANCASTER, l'A. Alt the latent styles In Uuegle. Fa: laEcu, l'liaden, Surrey, Cabriolet, lucklMinnl, Tretting Wagons Htatlei 'umllv fiir. rlani-, l'liaden, Surrey, Cubrtelet, l'hteteii, iiiicKiMinni, ironing WHgon,siatlen Wnireu, Market Wuuetis. etc. new ready ler the Hnrlmr Trade. A tine line of Second-Hand Werk. New I lliu time te order rerSprtiiK. Strictly flrst-ehiM work and all work fully ttuaranteeu My price nre the lewett In Hie county for th name quality of work. Ulvetneacall and ex amine my work Repalntlni: nud Repairing promptly at- tended te and done In a drat-ela manner. One et of workmen ejeclally employed for that purpose. i'lettv. Li:van or LOUR. LEVAN'S FLOUR Makes a GOOD Leaf of Bread. Makes a BIG Leaf of Bread. ' Makes a WHITE Leaf of Bread. 1 IL1W People s Cash Stere, 4TWUATMORE DO YOUWANTfW ftvecctrte. T UK A. JI. V. FRUIT JUICES Fer Krult or Water low, fro Cream Brnp, l"aitrv HaiirM. ren,Jcnie,eU5. nuiipin oz. oev .,... LA. ..! , f'l.k IMI.-'ri Try ties for aunlly. thesa. fUl KMB..VI.H""""' w ; GREAT BARGAINS In Coffee, Tea., Hugars, Pplce, Canned nnd llettled Uoed. Hyrnp. Dried and Evaporated California Prull. Ham, Pried lleef and llolog llelog lloleg na, Kdam Cheese In roll, nnestn.uallty.HSc each; Kdam Clieeae without foil, 4!e and 7iC each. Ureal bargain lu Mackerel, Spiced Muitard and Oil Hardlne at Ac tier can les than the nine quality bought elsewhere. A Geed Blended Tea at 25a per lb. Headquarters for H.H. Marvin A Co.'Hiierler Cakes and Crackers. Extra Family Cracker, Ce tier ft..or fi Bs per 25c, K LOUR I FUnmt-We hare cheanext nnd beat In the market. Will pay you te call and ex amine all our reed and learu our price en finest quail yofreod. Samuel Clarke, Agt, TEA.COFFBKANDQROCERY STORK, llANDHBOUttt QUKKNBT. A TBURSlCa. Special Bargains. SEE WHAT YOU CAN BUY FOR 25 CENTS. 4 can Geed Cern, 21c. 4 can Uoed blackberries, 2e. 1 ran Strawberries, 25c. 4 ft Dried Feeches, 25c 4 quarts Dried Apple, 21c. 5 can flood Htrlnir Ucan,2c 3 can Whortleberries, 25c. D cans (therrle. 23c. .1 can Tomatee. 21c. a Tut California ltalalu, 25c. d vm r iks, e. 4 quart Green l'ea,2,"c 2 lbs California Kzic l'liim. 2"ic. 2 lb Evaporated l'caehe, 2Th. 4 Bis Spenge Water Crackers, 2jc 6 lbs Rice, Vic. 4 lbs Rice, 2"c. 3 lb Choice Carolina Rice, 25c & lbs Dest LumpSbirch, 25c. e id i.uinp DLnrcil. ec. (I lbs Rolled Oat. 25c, B lbs Oat Meal, 25c & Hchumncker Rolled Avcna, 25c, t e id uracaeu m ileal, jc. A full line of the beat Groceries In the city. BURSKSGkeCERY, MO. 17 EAST KINO STREET. A T REisrs. jT"IIradrtiartcrs for Uloekcr's Dntch Cocea. Ak for Sample. It has no Equal. Try It, Sen .Vne.Vufer Iilturcsl bargain In Fruits ever elfered. Ale Nole Display in Frent of Stere Saturday, Then tuke up the JCxttmtner nud see what we offer there. CKACKKRH-3 lbs Fresh Nlc-Nnc for 23e. 3 lb Freh Ginger Snap for 25c 3IbFreli Water Cracker for 25c. DRIED CORN 20 bbN. Flne F.vnperatcd Dried Cern at 0 lbs for 25c. Thlslsablgburgnln. It cost some one much mero money te eapo eape ratclt. Hut their less will be your gain. COR ALINE Corallne nt Gauil 10c n pack tsn bargain. Wheat Germ. Oat Meal and Rolled Oats. 0 lb for 25e.i Rice nt 0, 8 and 10c ? lb. Jelly lu buckets, a bargain, SI. Fine natural colored I'lcltle. Sc 1I07. Eight tubs geed Kucct Butter ntlSCHIbby the tub. Tea and Ceflee at price that will cauc you te wonder. Remember, w e are agents for Chase A Sanborn's famous roasted collies. Ask ler them ana you will always have a uniform cor cer fee as well as roast. Caustic Seda flc V 8 In boxes nnd 7c In ket tle. Gulden's Finest llorse Hadlsh Flavored Mus tard, 15nyqt. . Fine Foreign Cocea Nuts nt 0 nnd 8c, Carload Fine nnd Coarse Salt ut wholesale price. Filed en side pavement, convenient for leading, Ac. Walt brushes, Hand Scrubs nnd Ilroeins at all prices. Garden and Flower Seeds fresh and all war ranted te be new. Flnke and I'enrl Tnpleca, new,31b fer25c Candy nt 8 and 12llc V lb. I jiree benns. 8c IX al. Green l'eas. 7c Vqt- Lentils, Split Peas, Hern-. my ana finest itenns. uucs. .MUMiroetns, Pickled Oysters, French Mustard, High Grade Catsup, French Peas lu bottles, Drlsy and Dur- niiir, iuuRuroem a . Canres. llalferd i dsun. ltet- tied Strawberries, llalferd nnd Lea 1'errln s Sauce, Deviled Crabs and Shell, Spiced Clams, Shrimps nud Oysters, Clam Juice. Oyster Bouillon, Llain Chowder, llettled IihRter. Munle Hvrun. Anchovies In Oil. Sal. men Stock, Extract of lleef. Fruit Juices. Fruit Jams, Spanish und French Pickles, dc, s.e. Anchovy and llleatcr Paste, Petted and Dev iled Meats, Parmesan Cheese aud all kind of Sardines. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GnOCEK, CORNER WEST KINO AND PRINCE SIH, Directly Opposite J. II. Martin Jt Ce.'s Dry Goods Stere, and Next Doer te Serrel Herse Held. (l0thiun T7IINE TAILORING. l89O--SPRING.--.89O Fine Tailoring. The Largest aud Most Elegant Assortment of SPRING NOVELTIES New Ready for Your lnsiKCtlen. We would also nnnnunce the purchase of a Jeb Let of KubIIkIi Sultlnt;niid Treusering lit a great sacrifice, which we will sell at Astonishingly Lew Prices. 3-Call early le kccure n bargain In these geed. H. Gerhart, ONLY DIRECT IMPORTING TAILOR IN THF.CITY 43 NORTH QUEEN STREET. d j-tfrt JITART1N BHO-i. Werth Wins Praise ! VERY GRATIFYING. New customers every day telling us hew their friends have been pleased and Hint they've been recommended te us te see our Clothing uud Furnishings for style and money's north. Remember This Is a Hew Stere Yet. Fiirnlkhlng Goods Department twnmid a-half years, Ready-Made Clothing Department two years, aud Custom Tailoring Department ene and one-half year pleasing the people and making friend dully. This store wnssUrted en the merit of geed values and low prices, Heys' Knee Pants, from geed te flue, 11.03 te jyaHult. llejs' Leng Pant Suit', from geed te fine, (3 te 115. Children's Kilt Suits a'l the latest styles, $1.50'te J.1. Men's Very Popular Suit, JS, Sl(, 112, J15. Men's Finest DreshulU, 811 tejij. A large selection. Men's Fast Celer Calniere Suits, t, ffl, fj. Yeu need only te see our Hosiery nnd Under werwear te knew of the alues here. Many new things, cen novelties. The beginning of the week is a geed time for ordering your Make-te-Measure Suit for Saturday delivery. MARTIN BROS, 26 and 28 N. Queen St. lrutiatvu DR. NATIIORST. DENTIST. CENTRE SQUARE. Filling Teeth und Painless Extraction 8no 8ne dallies. New Sets made, broken one mended and remodeled. Teeth Inserted without plates ami pleted, etc. Yes, eerythlng iertHliilug te DcntMry will recele prompt attention, at. ery Moderate Terms. Remember that Dr. NHlhnrstls the ONLY Detulit Inlhlsceunty who Is a graduate of Medicine as well as of Den tistry, an advantage that is obvious. inart-lyd&w 9rM 9mehB. J. a MARTIN A CO. J. B. MARTIN & CO. Corsets. ' During this week we" offer Dr. Warner s Flexible Hip Cor set, 79c. Dr. Warner's Cora Cera line Corset, 79c. Dr. Warner's Health Corset, $1.05. Ball's H. P. Corset, 79c. Ball's Circle Hip, 79c. Thompson's Glove Gleve Fitting Corsets at$i and $1.50. 25 dozens of the best 50c Cor sets ever shown. Table Linens. Attractions this week that will please the closest buyers. Great bargains in Bleached and Half Bleached Table Linens. Full Damask German Linens a specialty. Fleer Linens Carpet Depart ment. Stair Damasks plain or bordered, 22 and 27 inches and Drills, 14. 16. 18, wide. Fleer Linens, new pattern;;, 86 inches, 104 inches, 120 inches, 158 inches, and 5 yards wide. Remnant Counter-. Contains remnants of Linens, Dress Goods, Upholstery Goods, &c, at one-half price. China Mattings. The largest stock ever shown in this city. 10c a yard up. Special prices by the roll. J. B. MARTIN & CO., Cor. West King and Prince Sts., ; LANCASTER. FA v- 1LLIAMSON & FOSTER. Ill It you will find a Tew of our tlOandtH Men's Suit, that cannot be excelled for the money. These are strictly alt wool, fust color goods. The newest and best styles found In the market. A full line ofFnst-Celor Weel Pants at 13 a pair. The best yet ellercil A irrcnt man v ether stvl A great many ether styles found tu the Cleth-1 lng Department en Second Fleer. 15 uepartmcui en second Fleer. Suits for Men of Lnree Proportions and Fnt Men nt nil prices; also, a full line of Extr-t Large rants ler Mime. THE SEASON Olt White Goods IS OPENING, and our great variety of Lnce Stripes andiReau tlful Plaids, nt extremely low prices, cannot be surpassed. Our assortment Is Immense, and the geed must be M?en te be appreciated. SHIRTS. Demetlpniiel, 25e, s, 50c and 75c, Flnim Tuesdu'jfU0--"0-Madn'....,....i...,Aiin,'vO850. Si'.V'L'Vy street, from- Me te $1 75. Silk Sb 8treet. Whlteu bids must be accei0""'1 " TheCOfc, oflwe or adjl. , , Dr. aite become seen-"1, .nud Camel Hair Underwcik te the arawr' 8"" th will piaiOTIONS. Ladles' Summer Underwear, In Muslin, Gaiue, Jersey Ribbed, Lisle Thread and Silk. Ladles' Ribbed Vests, beginning at 10c, und five styles at VlV,a each. Silk Vests ut i.ic, SI nud 81 25 each. Ladles' Hosiery from :tc te 81 i!" per pair. Excellent values In Children's Hese nt 5c, 10c, and Viae Alse, better grades In Hermsdorf, Onyx nnd Robinson's Fust Dyes. Ladies' Sliees In All Styles, Grades nud Prices. 1 1 WW. Our Undies' tWc Shee Is one of the neatest In II the market. They are made up of Dongola nnd (jialu Leather. .Hec them. A IlnrgalnatSltS Indies' Dongola Kid Shee marie up in Opera and Square loe, button and Uice. Alse, a Ladles' Grain Ilutten Shoe at the same price, tn Opera and Hquare Tee. Ladies' Tailor-Made Jackets j AT RIGHT PRICES. Corkscrew or Wlde-Wnle Worsteds, in lllack or Navv lllue. 81 iSO te f.s. Glrlsr Cleth Jackets, in Navy lllue and ChcckB.8250teJ". lles" Kilt Skirt HuIU'.SJIeSj. Heys' Knee- rnniMuus, i-j iest, IjuIIes' Morning Wrappers, fl and 1125. Ijidles' iJiwnTen ins nuns, 51 '.v. ues' snirt waisu, 'iv;, fiennd7jc, Odd Pauts, 'iic, 60e, 75c aud 81. Beys' STRHlAi HHTS, Just received the last Invoice of Straw Goods for Men, Uejs, Youths and Children. Our stock Is complete In nil classes. We have new almost anything veu can ask for In Chlldren'sStraw Huts, Caps, Turn O'Shan ters, Scotch Caps, Sailors und Turbans, lu all colors uud grades, from 2c te 8- 50. Our prices en Il.iby Carriages, Velocipede, Heys' and Girls' Iiicjdenud Trlcj cies are much lower than list prices, and come direct from the best makers. HOUSEFURNISHINGS. Planished Copper Teakettles ; Ne. U nt 81 13 : Ne. 8 at 8123. ' Nickel-Plated Copper Teakettles; Ne. 6 at 8121; Ne. Out 81 7S. Heavy Tin Teakettles, with Ceiuicr bottoms, at 75c and 81. bird Cages, 75c te II 75. A cempleie line of Saws, Squares, brace, Chisels, Hammers, etc., t Lewest Prices. A complete assortment of Tublc, Fleer, Shelf and stair Oilcloth ut Lewest Prices. A Full Line of Candles. Try our W. F. Caramels for 19e per lb. Williamson & Fester, 32-38 East King Street, LANCASTER, l'A., AND . NO. Ill MMIKKTHT.. IIARRI1I11IHO. VK. Vrtvaoeln. ARASOLSAND UMBRELLAS I Uubrellas& Parasols ATTnE MAKERS, R. EL& PL Large Assortment of FINE PARASOL. PARASOLS Made te Order. t NET "iRepntrlngnnd Recovering Neatly Dene. (i ROSE BROS? & HARTMAN, 14 East King St. aprl'.'3iud f ev pale ev iicnt. ITOR ItENT-HANDSOME FRONT ROOM S en 2d llelir, Ne. 12 WestKlngstrect; rluest location In tint city for elllce or light business. Inquire of J ' W.W.AMOS, mM-tfd Aller'i Gallery, f" , Jh& tf.. !t.f..Jl