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Lancaster daily intelligencer. (Lancaster, Pa.) 1864-1928, May 28, 1890, Image 2

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Lancaster, Pa.
ITSK.PA., May 28, 1890.
State ini FHeral Power.
CtagreWts trying te rwtere te tlie Mate
power or declaring what biieii de aeiu
hln their border, which was taken
ay W uie Mpretne court, and which
Hm court Invited Congress te confer. It
the necessity for this action by
K that the states (I Hi net nave a
Which It thought they ought te
it. This necu or me siaics, se mmm-
te exist, aflbnls a fttreng suspicion in
f that the supreme court imacen-
the roustitutieu in taking u
v The constitution prcstimp-
vmy leaves le tue states an nccen-
i powers, and it expressly taites
them only such as are necessary
feltt ''the 'federal union. It reserves te
Igress the right te regulate commerce
between the states : and the court con-
ateve this into a power te require the
.te, permit the sale or the eomiue-
inai ,tue general government it-
te he carried into it. Tills Is wild
fellow hy necessary implication the
lit te introduce sueii commodities)
taw otherwise the right of introduetloii
iWeuld avail nothing j which Is true.
'-But It does net fellow that the ricut
'should avail anything te the importersof
Meds which the state forbids the sale or.
' is undoubtedly the right of a state te
rsmiUte the sale of commetiitics witinn
rKlimiU, and te prohibit such sale
,'wbeu it deems It injurious. It fellows
ithatwhntmay he forbidden te comme-
y'JMHw produced in tbe state tuny be pre-
"Mbtu-d te tboe imported into it.
ft'' will net de te held that a
fcfelirner lias ttreater nrlvilriccs In
fi'ataje ttinu Its citizen pohhesh.
., seems te ie very ciear ttiai n u state
mmjl JJJUU1UII. UK IUUUUIill.iUH; "" eivi
flntexlcatius llouer it may prohibit Its
importation and sale ; and that no act
(IH congress is ueccnuury ui i-uiuur w
n oevious power, ine suiireinu court, in
tevitlegthe passage of sucli an act con
demns its own decision.
? Judge Ewiug, of riltsburg, declares
;.-tht lu any cese involving tills question
inatiua
FiheUuit(
comes befere him, he will deckle In
the right of the state ami give
United States court a chauce te re-
:JMt its decision in overruling his judg
,nt,; that he has lived tee long enter
ing a jealous opinion of the rights of
lUm states te ncqulcse In this decision
ileli takes away what seems te he an
tlal slate power. A question has
n raised In Pittsburg ever the right
import game for sale lu Pennsylvania
ei season, according le tue laws et
$ate, which is a case net dibtlugush-
irem llie rigui te Ben uuimriuu
In a state where litiuer sellintt is
wdden. rie doctrine of the supreme
fVteaseBluaiiy uesireys me pouee
Ofithe.aute. 10 conierming us
tte the laws of ether states
-'IvqwriBjr unanimity ui ucueu in
Mite legislation te declare a sale of any
MMi'te be, a nuisance. It may be said
ItAtlf the' federal power does net suffice
teaaedrethesalc of goods that maybe
ffmly imported into the states uudcr
nil iws,tuu siauv win ue vuuuiru ui
Date against tbe products of
Inte. lint If Hiav iln u-IMiln
'iwW " j , -. .m
r,ewn territory, no wrong is deue
tkt another state may very loudly
iMaplaln . of or that It may
Nt correct by retaliatory legislation ;
Mbntdea this is a discrimination
wfcJek the constitution maybe fairly
otutreedHe prohibit. That question is
et an'lssue In a case where the comme-
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sy aeugnt te ue torceu te sine m a state
L'! L.A.J.I..Lfu t.ll. A Al. I- ...1.1.1.1...
aivuuiiHiviu wiiiuu intui'j i luruiuucu
toil own cltzeus. It does net seem
ttuU there Is any real difficulty in hold held
big that while the federal power of con
polling interstate legislation will so se
jape the entrance of goods iute any state;
thai resale is possible there when tbe
JMra of the state permit suuh artlcU-s
' t be sold, and net otherwise.
n
S Lancaster As a Hummer Itesurl.
,; These are the days when city people
laa their summer pleasure trim or ut
Aby rate enjoy the anticipation of mere
i'' r.laas time in the meuiitsius. at the sea
usant cou"'".!lace
fjunir '.
iWUreT
.. aside the cares
. . ' .
WiUfe at
Aiucii'iiealth und vigor from
i air and change of scene. Summer
Morts nil ever the ceutitry ure new ad-
wrMiilini fliutr nttrnntlmiu In fivurv "nn.
'Kelvable way, and many a desolate and
aiwry scene is paiutea in glowing colors
la the circular or tue netei-Keeer eager
,tot guests, or in the local patMirs of the
jlrstert where tbe .innocent uutives may
Cj -.ly iff iuiuh. uicir Bixuviy uunruiieu
v)'-aMA their climate super b. The frequent
fjieilure of the successful pleasure resorts
LU atlAlv nm unlicitnnttnl na4nr.il nlaltti tt
tractlveuess provokes Inquiry as te
wnat may be tue causes of success, and
,jUie answer beems te rest partly upon
Jtte whims of fashion, partly upon
K Aba skill of the managers of hotels and
f : Dearuing ueiues.
.-TOur ewucity of Laucuster, ferexamplc,
j ,'blU natural advautaues lu its ikU1eu
S:c;lad aurreuudlngs which might be used
-jemaue it as popular us Saratoga under
afcillful and liberal management. It is
true that we have no mineral springs,
tat people de net new find auy excuse
necessary te Justify summer leUure, aud
Use "proportion of genuine Invalids
Whs visit mineral springs for the water
!!? mall. The drives, races and
aewal gayety make the prime at at
teietleus of Saratoga. Lancaster has
Ef (be most beautiful drives within an easy
etWttlt or an hour or two from tlieccutre
tt the city; Our county is admitted by
invelled experts te own lierhes of a
average duality und In greater
MUBbers than any ether cemmunilv of
tfcf 'lze iu this part of the .verld. Coin-
with the average of summer
our Hvery charges are wonder-
' cheap, aud the street ter and hack
HMIVkse make delightful country walks
tMUy accessible te these who prefer
rs afoot. Along the bauks or the
nOeaestega, Mill Creek and the Little
(toga may be found stretches of
aape aud bits of scenery uusur-
, and ever all this fertile count v.
i the haunts of the Buzzards iu the
i mountains n the homes of the
fckers iu tbe river hills of the lower
there are many scenes of mere
natural and romantic beauty than some
that people of our own city travel miles
te see. With a little hotel enterprise
and wholesale advertising Lancaster
might grew te a first-claas summer rt
sort, aud the dull summer season Would
be brightened for our merchants by the
custom of a crew d of het weather guests.
The Senate aad the TarlfT.
The finance committee of the Senate
lias decided that the preparation of a
trrlfi'shall be made by the full com
mittee. The fe'ennte has directed that
in preparing such bill the committee
shall show the rates new levied, these
made by the Heuse hill and these pro
posed by the Benntc measure, and that
the reasons shall be given lu each case
where a change is made.
Senater Aldrich declared that this In
volved an all summer's labor by the
committee and might make the presen
tation of a bill at this session Impossi
ble. This will probably be thoconcc theconcc thocencc
quenceof the deliberation with which
the Senate bill will nave te be prcpareu
under the order of the committee and
the Senate ; hut thnt surely Is no proper
objection te the wlse course that has
been adopted. Certainly all tbe consid
eration needed should 1 given te the
preparation of a tariff bill that Is ex
tected te be a law for ninny years.
Certainly the whole committee, te
whom tbe subject is ceulltled, should
consider It ; and should prepare ltflelf te
give reasons for all changes made in the
present duties. A tnrlll'hlll prepared as
the Heuse measure has Ikhmi cannot be
a goed"oue. It was net only hastily
knocked together by a committee,
whose chairman could net glve te
tbe Heuse the tenseiis for the changes
It made, but It wus passed by
a Heube which was net even offered
opportunity le take a vote en the amend
ments proposed te it, much less te freely
discuss them. The Senate is vindicat
ing the character for wisdom and con
servatism which mice belonged te It
pre-eminently, In refusing te fellow the
bad lead of the Heuse In Its hasty tnrlll'
legislation for what has lcen very dis
tinctly nothing but a paitlsau purpose.
The country has reason te hope that
when the Benntc has completed the con
sideration of the tarlll' rates and bus fur
nished reasons for each chnnge mnde In
them, a law will be piissed which may
come somewhere near te meeting with
public nppreval ; for there Is, nfter nil,
no such difference in intelligent opinion
upon the proper turiirra(es,asls Implied
lu the heated talk or party orators, talk
ing for buncombe and net for the bust
uens Interests of the country.
On Tuesday evening the lNrt:i.t.niKM'Kii
published a special dispatch en thu result of
Franklin county's Uepuhlluin ceuveiillnn,
stating that Messrs. Helders and NnUely,
Ueliiuintcrcnndldntes, were elected by large
majorltles. The l'lillodelplila Jteceiil, Pitts
burg J.ratlcr and ethor leading impiirs pub
lish the snme dispatch, hut It proves te hit
ontlrely wrong. Messrs. Wclstllng nnd
Uritten, llsstliigs nud fjtone caiHllilates,
were elected. We can only say that v. e are
at a less te account for this 'deception of
press aud puhlle upon any ethor theory
than that the party who rurnlshed the news
from Franklin county simply guossed at it.
He will net have en opportunity te de se
again.
A Houekijn Jowelor UiuIihI from a Kurn
pean steamur at New Yerk en Tuesday
with throegold wutchosnndsevou diamond
rings in his shoes, also his feet. Mka the
famous old woman or the nursery rhyme,
lie probably were the rings eivhls Iech, hut
dUpatches rail te explain hew he managed
the watches. The customs nfllcers con cen
cludnd that his corns were qulle ten Hu
morous and large, mid Insisted upon an
examination, which revealed the smug
gler's tricks. The Jowelry round upon him
was valued at flve thousand dollars.
Every new and then the country is troated
te Heme story or this kind, which sorves te
illustrate the cleverness of the officials, but
everyone who has pnhsed through the cus
tom house hss stories te tell of the ease with
which the law lsevadcd by wealthy travel
lers who loe the inspectors.
The little tewu or Dracut, near Lew oil,
Masaachuselts, rurulslies an Incident iltuu
tratlng Yankoe shrewdness and the pecu
liar workings of prohibition. A liquor
lloense was glven te one Jehn l.cnunn ler
the sum or eight theuMind dolIars,he being
witling te pay that figure bera u se It would
glve him the monopoly of all the country
round. The result was ralher tee much
of a geed thing, for the rush of ponple te
Lenneu's bar from Lewoll and ethor tow ns
completely overwhelmotl the thrifty but
pious Dracut people, and the bar was closed
by the pollce. The solectmon were author auther
ised by the Legislature te glve back the
money aud cancel the license, hut as n
strong seutlincnt fuvpred heldlug en te the
money, bocnuse It roduced tuxes, they do de do
termlncd te call it tewu meeting. The oters
is assembled at the old meeting house,
whero the rollgleus mottoes en the walls
seemed te have no pacifying ellect upon the
turbulent crowd. The vete was a hundred
le ten against refunding the money, ami
it is explained that this was because it is
believed that the holder of the Uconse w ill
net attempt te use it for rear eragulu caus
ing the riotous scenes that have made the
place notorious. In ether words, the great
majority of these stmplo-minded villagers
are quite willing te swindle the liquor
dealer out of his thousands, although they
would reel greatly outraged if he should
contluue te curry en the disorderly busi
ness. Tin: grinding out of Ainerlrau citbeus
at the naturalization bureau of the court of
common pleasef Xew Yerk.n rather rarclcul
process, as many of the applicants cannot
speak Ungllsh aud are tuught the row
slmple answers they have te mnke by
several old men who ofterwards sell them
Raudychroiue certificates of iiatunillrutleu.
Perhaps a row meutliH later seme of these
iiew-tnade citizens will return te thulr
Uurepcau homes aud glve the state depart
ment lets or trouble by resisting draft for
military service.
X.wiei'Ni)l.AMii:iis threaten te take
euro of themselves IT the mother country
does net step favoring the I'reneli, hut IT
I'nland should calmly stand nslde and
tell them te de se the peer little IhIjiiU
would lu e a hard tlme eflt.
I'EllOXAI..
Walt VlllT.MA, who will be soeutv
enu years old en Saturday, Is s.ild te be
railing rapidly In health. "He lu no mere
seen en the streets of Camden In his w heel
chair, but Is confined te his modest home.
BisiieellUBST, of the Methodist church,
inteuds making a trip te Kuroiie, rur the
purpoKOer Uslting the prlnclit.il uuiver
sities or Great Hritaln and thu continent,
and the securing or plans and Ideas for the
proposed Methodist lnleilty at Wash
ington. Kewin rioeiii Is accredited byhUrriends
with being the lazlcnt man en earth when
eirthe stsge. If he gees six blocks en root
he says he Is tired. He w ill go te his place
in Newport shortly, aud when Liiwrenee
llarrett returns he will meet him lu t'ohus t'ehus
set, aud they will go up aud down thu
coast together In a jaeht.
Jeun Van Mktri:, a KIeux Indian, who
received his first lessens lu civilization iu
this city and has sluce studied law In
Plerre, S. D hss been admitted te practlce
In the circuit court at that place. The
Philadelphia Ltthjtr concludes he will
haie the exclusive business or his rullevv
Indians when they want te feieux each
ether.
CesantssjiAN Scjunte.v, it Is reported,
has determined te join Datcell, fecull and
ether kickers In the Pennsylvania con-
?;resslensl delegation who have cut loose
rem Henster Quay's leadership. Mr.
Hcranten thinks ha rsn de mere for Quay
thsn Quay can de for him, and he will
thnrerere submit te dictation from him lu
pellllntl matters no lenger. Horanten bss
a great deal of Influence in Lackawanna.
ThemAs Latimfh, aged 87, the venerable
lawyer and philanthropist, efl'hlladetnlila,
Is (low). He wns presldnnt of the tinlen
llonpvelont sssoclstlen, and or the Phila
delphia Tract society, and prominently
Identified with the Ilishep Whlte Prayer
Heek society. Per ever a half century he
visited the pensl aud corrective Institutions
In the interest el the Inmates, lie was in
strumental In erganising the colored
Church of the Cruclllxlenand St.Tinielhy's
church.
Van IteurrN's ISktia Largest , Male In the
World.
Whence Cemcn the Nema
Of HOZODO.NT? It In derived from tweUrftk
TTerdaiilKiiirylnir " te prewne tlia twlh ;" and
It dewrvi-i lt title, for there U no preparation
will de tlila inore rapidly, mircly, slid plen
nntlr. Theri.iitiiiiillonef HO.ODONT In lm
incline. ThoIeeplo Atenllul,
Msny people ere nuteiilslird when they dis
cover llie wide clrenlatlen of Thenuu' tklecliic
(ht. There l hardly a drmj heiiM In the coun
try tlinl doe net nave litis remedy upon lt
helve. The nubile have found It In a Reed
tiling nnd xtlck le It. Held In lincnutet- by W.
T, llecli, 137 and I3 North Uueeu ilrvet.
tVH Itewnrd furun liieurnble case nf Chrnnlc
Niil rnlurrh Is offered by the manufacturers
el Ilr.Hiigtt'H Catarrh Itemed, S','lhAw
Has Conflilenco.l
"In one ensn iersenally known te me the
micii'mi or unlock. IHewl ttlttrrt wnv atmewt In
credible. One lndr descrlbiil them eh worth
huntlrrtlt i,lullan, I myself have the greateiit
confidence In Ihem." r'. H. Scratch, druggist,
lluthvcn, Ont. Meld In l.nMCrfKtcr by V. T.
llecli, 1.17 aud 13) North Queen stnvt.
lnrrrKit THAN ti:a andcowuukek
TllllNKHVKH.
Van Heuten's Coeoa
"I.AIIUKT HAI.K IN Till: WOULD"
Ask our Grocer for If, lake no ether. IM
Qlveccvtea,
rANiKi).-i:vEiiY iietmnKKr.i'Kit in
IJincHslernnd vlclnltv te knew that we
have nildcd te our large utix'k of X'etlecs u
New Ilruud, calleil
THK V1TMINHTKK
Gelden Maracaibo Coffee.
And In order Hint this coffee gets Introduced
hi this secltei, of the country we are giving
nnny free a line let of Hllvcrwaro.cetmliillitg of
Naiiklu Itlngs, Hugar Hkmii. Tnbln Hmhiiiii.
Ilulter Kiilvisaud latrge Knives nnd Kerku, all
efHIietneld manufacture. One plcce Willi euch
nud every Hund, This brand Is a delicious
table bev erage. It Is double the strength of
MmliivorJuvnceireonnd preparedexpriiiNly for
hlgh-Uined trade, and being lined largely by nil
of the finest hotel in New ierk and ether large
cltUs, and the price I se low that It brings It
in reacn ei evtry ersnu. itememner, we nave
Die llnet brands of coffees In tbeKtnte, and our
prices are tower I loin tlia lewenl, niiHllty coii ceii
ulileretl. Wehaveall2K. IS.ls.UU.U.Zl, it, Iff,
W,:)nhcl W cent M.r pound.
bargains In Dried Krults, Peaches, Apricots
rrunes. Prunella, An., at from three te llve
cents (ht pound le than same quality can bs
bought nt linen here.
Samuel Clarke, Agt,
TcijOiircnand (Irecery Stere,
12,1 II Heulli tiueen Ht., Near Centre Square,
Lnncnsler, l'u.
A
UKI.Hl-M.
Flags ! - Flags !
-KOIt-
DECORATION DAY.
BLOOKER'8 DUTCH COCOA.
Nothing tike II ever offered. Hee A'jeuifurr
for mere detailed description. Alse kcv.Vhii
.'mi for bargains In Canned Meed nnd Dried
Krulls. Always iH'ur In mind thut we are
HEADQUARTERS
von muats, 8Ain:n risn, canxi:d
tlOOUS AND I)HIi:i) FltlMTH.
reit
l'lcnle lliuni M.. no
Hummer llolegnn lc
Driest Heel .. . . 10c
Knuckle lleef . rc
IIeneiei.ii Hum ....... . ...... I'.'e
Muckerel K rer arm
Ne. 1 i.Maekerel . . Ijalb
lcep Hen HIiMiler Mackerel . .. atcjilb
Herring ... U ll.s ler i"e
White Pli.li .IppH
llellund Herring lleuykeg.
A 1110 HIT.
DDbbls Kvnperated Hngar Cern, 0 Ids for iKe.
75 bhls KichIi Wuler Crackers ut 4 ftt for '.
(linger Hiiiiih nnd NIcnncsntSltMrer'ic, I tolled
Oats, Oat Mini ami Wheat Genu, lifts for-V
ttie carloads erHall Just lu. Heud for prices,
stating uiiieuut of Halt wanted.
We have a thnufcand.blg burgnlns'nnd can't
pnnntbly write them up. Come taka u wulk
ever our Inrge storeroom and )en will me
many things lu tempt) our px.kclhoek.
WII0I.KSAI.KANDHKTA1L.U110UKH,
UOKNKH WKST KINU AND l'lllfCKHPH.
DlrectlvOiMwlte
J. II. Martin .t Ce.'h Dry Heeds Htere, and
Next Doer toHerrel Herse Hetel.
fiM,xjli for the Dig Hlgu acresn the iuivi
meiit. S'uittiitcv itcoerto.
"tAMiiKiDai-atiT-vnTTc cm."""
WM. K. COCIIUAN, Manager.
Complete Hetel ; KXI bed-room ; ectnii front j
Ixsl h.itliliig gruuuiU; tuead pluiias; i ligaut
bullet. mj'JIiiiiil
mliKM!NNl'O.U.,
1. AlI.NJlCCirY,N..I.,
l'aeltle Ave., between ArkiuiKas and Missouri
Ave; central location ; rerurnlnhed ; under
new manugemeiit; ev trj thing llmt-class. Write
for circular.
in) 19 gnul V. A.UUOWNK.
HOIKLIIUIINHWK'K,
ATLANTIC Cll'Y. N.J.
New, Medem, l''irst-t;iuBs, Coiuplete. I'arltle
nvenue, tietwecu New urlj und Teiineee
uveiuieN, will iqien MnySl.
npr.H-Sind JOSIU'II H. DAVls.
TLANTICCITY.
HOTELCHETWOODE
raclltc Avenue, near Illlneli, Atlantic City,
New mill I'lrst-Clii, Hteam Heat , Call bell.
lueniluutes walk from beach. JiSO uud H lO
1ST it IV. l)H'll Jein1 1.
mllKliiid -MILS. ANNIIUUtllllll.
I
siiKciiAi.teNn:,
THE CHALFONTE,
Athntic Citv, New- Jtiur.
huijati:de.nthi:iikach, NOHTHCAKO-
1.1NA AVKM'U
111) Mind K. KOIIUUTS A hO.NH.
riiiu: mi. uitiriNA
Narrow Gauge Railway
will be 0(vned for the sutucr season en
MONDAYjJVIAY 5th
'Mils read extends from the entrance of the
l'ark te the miinmlt of the Houth Mountain
(Governer Dick), a distance of uOeut four miles.
Its miniature tmlu connect with all the regu
lar juiksengir trains oil the Cornwall A Ub.
non Itallread nrrlv Ing nt the lurk, und return
ing from the summit of the mountain In time
te connect with train leaving the l'ark.
rreill IHVlllt Oil IVtllUL. U. it ntwl l.hllnaal.
I'MIlt IX JVl'Ulllll
can ee nccen
It Is the
It I the
'"....!! ,mB nUe the MOST COMl'LlTl'K
Kituu-MbNi'. It engines nre iwrfect little
model of the standard tiiglnesefthe(lriUctai,
uud It airaiiruediH-elully adapted te ulterd an
linebhtructeil v lev of the magnificent HOenery
along the line. Htetl UulU. bteueliallasl. if
wuv ui -.mc iiuiuri ui
Mt. Gretna Park,
!.avK"yfXn"'
tlie flneKt
....""".a'-V'-iM'lltaryaiidt-UloergBiil.
jatlen. flubs and TeurUt Vartle caunceure
uiBBjciiuiveuseer ill. uretnu Park en nppll.
catien te NKDllilsir
al-tiud Hup't ft A 1 lUillreud. U-bane'i,' Pa.
JOKAMKllieANHiaTlTrKI'DCYUNDKIl
? Lubricator. Ulauil cups for llearlnas
seu can get them at JOHN IIEhth, ittl yii'
Kulton street. niT-tfd
B
ROWMH HAMAPAR1LUA.
Are Yeu Nervous? I
Next te bleed, kidney and liver micll(i, I
nervoueieM and nerve Irregulnrllles ere the
nievt roininen.
Within the Icwt twenty.five jears the number
of nervous dlseanes hss Inereewd largely, nnd
thctnedlcnl fraternity have g I veil Until 0 great
dm! of attention.
As te the caunes of nervous affections, their
mine Is legion ; high II vlng,dlMliatlen, Irregu
larttles of diet, late hours, overwork, great
grief, the high-pressure meds of life, with Its
ceaseless round of activity and exertion, call
Ing for constant expenditure of nerve force, all
tend te depress and cxhauit the nervous sys
tem. The merchants bend for hours ever their
books, or are whirled at lightning pecd ever a
Use the Best Tonic
country unknown te their fathers ; the student
burns freely the "midnight oil," whlle the
housewife, In her efforts le keep pace with the
requirements of modern society, calls Inte ac
tive piny every fibre of the nerve ) stem. What
Isthe result? All ever the land medical men
are battling with nervous dyspepsia, nervous
weakness and In many cases with general ner
vous prostration, oftentimes developing Inte
panilVKK
Te regain health )ou must correct nl! tlintU
wrong In the nerve centies, nud then nil the
various troubles arising from their dlwased
condition will dlaappcar.
In llrewn's Harsaparllla you have a nerve
tonic and nerve feed which supplies the waste
tlnsues, ltemcmber thut the bleed, taking up
Brown's Sarsaparilla
All at Druggist! .00. II bottles rer S.OO.
DONTtakeBometbliigcle"Jnsta geed," IT 18 NOT.
Ah 1 Wariikn A Ce.. Hele Proprietors, ILiuger, Me. (i)
iUititrtmrtltcv'e.
Puil.AtiKl.i'UtA, Wednesday, May SM, 1S90.
$3.60 for a dress pattern of
52-inch All-wool Cream Serge
with border of mixed graduated
black stripes. We never heard
of the like under $6. The stuff
is 6ec a yard. It has a right
tebe$i. It would be $i but
for a happy trade turn happy
for you. A couple of bright
days ought te make an end of
the let.
Setitheitt of centre.
40-inch All-wool Challis with
deep cluster stripe border, 35c.
Levely quality, and fairly worth
50c. Ten choice shades, in
cluding cream.
Southeast of centre.
The mere we see of that 40
inch Batiste the mere surprising
it appears. Yeu can tell at a
glance that it was never meant
te sell at 12 14c The width is
unusual, and the quality isn't
pinched in the least. Frem
the spinning te the printing
every step has been just right.
Three neat designs in each
combination black, blue, car
dinal en white. By long odds
the best Batiste we ever had at
I2C.
Northwest of centre.
Gauze Blankets te take the
chill from cool Summer nights.
Warmth enough, and the weight
don't count. Fine goods at
modest prices. Deuble bed size,
$3-75 te $7 a pair; extra large
sizes, $8.50.
Pique Bed Spreads are the
newest and most popular. $1
each, double bed size.
Nmr Women's Wulllng Roem.
If you doubt that smooth, de
licious ice cream is easy te make
sec what the " Gem " Ice Cream
Freezer is doing every day in
the Basement. Nothing could
well be simpler. A very little
ice, a very little crank work, and
there you have it cream, fruit,
pudding, what net, thoroughly,
evenly frozen. " Gem " prices:
"quarttlfl fi quart HOO
3 quart ILIO KcimrtSHM
4 iiiurt I.Vi3 10 qiiHrt SVOJ
II quart JC'JJ
lluittucnt, near centre.
A stock of Rugs, Mauds, and
Traveling Shawls such as we
knew of nowhere else in this
country. Fer steamer, seashore,
suburban and mountain use.
And all the extravagance out of
the prices. See what we have
at $6, $7, $S, $9, and $12.
With Men's KurnUhlug, Chevtnut itiecl cu
truuee. Jehn Wanamaker.
(favrinrtce.
STANDARD CAH1UAC1E WORK.
EDW. EDGERLEY,
CARRIAGE BUILDER,
l, U.'lAtS MARKET BTREirr, (Hear of the
Postelnce), LANUABTEH, PA.
All the latest style lu Uuggles. Family Cur
rlagts, PliieteiiH, Hiirrey, Cabriolet, Plueteni.,
lluckbimnls, 1 retting Wagous.HtJVtleii Wagons,
Market Wugens, etc., new ready ler the Spring
Trade.
A tine Hue of Bccand-lland Werk.
New Is the lime te order for Hprlng. Htrlctly
rirsvcliu work and all work fully guaranteed
My prices are the lowest In the county for tlia
same quality of work. Give me a call and ex
amine my work.
Repainting aud Repairing promptly at
tended te aud deue In a tlrst-clus manner. One
set of workmen especially empleied for tliut
purpose,
iUiiice.
yiNES.
Fine Wines T
1 have Jiut received, direct from Messrs. Our
jej. Jirez, rinln, per H. H. Zurbar.in, via
Liverpool, unit transferred te 8. H.ervlu, ter
New "iirk, March leth, n fine us.ertmmt of
Harvey Sherries. '1 hew Wine nre among the
vtry Iluet that reach the United Htutes.
CALL AND EXAMINE.
Ale Old and Yeung Madeira Wlues.audeu
the w-iy X Case llouche Hee and W Cases Mpeclal
Ureal Wesiirii Wine. Tlis above Ciiatniwgnes
are the bust produced lu France and the United
Stale et America.
H. E. SLAYMAKEB, Agt.,
i EAST KINU STREET.
apl3-S,M,Wd
the miuihI materia) from the healthy ttemath,
feed every nerve aud fibre of the human body,
and In no ether waycaTi reconstruction and
Improvements In the nyttetii goon. Brown's
Harmip-nllls will deliver the feed pure aud
healthy te the bleed.
.Mns. DoiicasKtenk, wife of the well-known
railroad contractor, who has operated all ever
New Kngland, became afflicted with that dis
ease se very common among women. Hbe sa)s t
' Yes, 1 de knew what nervousness means. I
have had It in Its worst forms. 1 could net
fellow any line of work j the cry efmybsbe
struck harshly upon my ear, the shutting of a
deer quick or the fall or a book or any unusual
nolse upon the street wenld glve me a start.
It seems te me, new that 1 leek back te It, as
though 1 lived rer )car ns some hunted anl
mnl might live. 1 mistrusted everyone and
was pesccd of a constant and nameless fear
Pliytlctans told metlicnervecentre was affected
and when my feed would net digest ; when It
soured en my Memach J when my appetite be.
came capricious, they said! had nervous dys,
pepsin, I tried several physicians and adopted
everything uggelcd by friend, yet my nights
were vviikerut ones, nnd my days these of ter.
tu re. One day llrewn's Harsaparllla fell under
my notice; I began the use of II, and as a re
mit the nerves were returned te thelr normal
condition, n were ulse the digestive organs,
nnd n perfect and permanent cure was the re
sult." y-Uitcc of eCaeliiett.
L CK OK KAHH10.N.
ASTRICH'S
Pake of Fashion
115 & 117 N. Queen St.,
i. .vNCAsrr.it.
TRIMMED HATS!
The flrcntest Snle of Trimmed lints
en or held In this city commences te-tluy.
HEAD WHAT WE OFFKH.
STYLE XO 1.
Large Trimmed Hats, fancy colored
Htrnw, trimmed with Ne. 12 Ureuadlne
itibben, In nil colors, satin striped, ulse
with spray of Hewcrs, ut 08c apiece.
STYLJJXO.S.
Large line Black Leghorn Hats), fancy
straw edge trimmed with elegant pure
Silk Ores-graln JUbben, corded uud
fringe edges, In all the latest colors, at
$1.11).
STYLE XO. 3.
Fancy lCdge, Large Stinw Hats,
tjimnit'it with Ne. L'".' Fancy Striped
Itlbbens, in all the leading colera and
long Daisy Sprays, at 51.10.
STYLE aVO. 4.
Ijiulies' Straw Sailor Hals, trimmed
with Ne. IU Fancy fouled Itibben,
fringed sides, in all colors, only $1.10.
STYLE XO. 5.
Fancy Straw Hats, large, trimmed
with Ne, 111 two-toned Deuble-faced Satin
Itibben, extra heavy, also Spray of
Flowers, only f 1.30.
STYLE XO. 7.
Mack Leghorn Hats, lurge. tiinimed
with Ne. HO Gres-grain Hlbbeu, satlu
edge, and line spray, only $l.G9.
STYLE XO. a.
Laige fine Mack Leghorn, fancy edge,
trimmed with Fancy Corded ('res-gralu
Hibben, fringed edges, in all the leading
colors, only J1.0S.
STYLE XO. 9.
Large fine lllack Leghorn, with fancy
straw edge, ti limned with Hue Leng
Stemmed Spray of Fleweis, only $1.08.
STYLE XO. 10.
Ladies' Sailor, trimmed lu the back
with large loops of Faucy Greuadiue
Hlbbeu, iu Ne. ', iu all the leading
colors, only $1.03.
STYLE XO. 1.
Large line Hlack Leghorn, trimmed
with Ne. ISO Ores grain Ulbben, line
long sprays, only $2.us.
STYLE XO. 9.
.Black Chip Huts, large, trimmed with
Ceided Hlbbeu, Ne. i", fringed sides,
euly$i03.
STYLE XO. 3.
White Large Leghorn, trimmed with
Ne. 7 Deuble-faced Satlu Ribbons, in
loops nud peluts aud large loop rosette,
only $a.0S.
STYLE XO. 4.
Fine White Leghorn, fancy edge,
faced with Whlte Orleutal Lace uud
trimmed with Ne. lUOreuadine Hiboeu,
sntin striped, in all colors, only $'..3S,
STYLE XO. S.
Large Lace Straw Hats, trimmed with
Ne. 30 Deuble-faced Satin Hibben, extra
heavy quality, lu all colors, and tine
large spray, euly $2.03.
Besides these special styles we con
stantly originate new designs at sjieclal
low prices, combination of New and
Leading Styles of Hats, Itibben and
Flower which we purchased ut jobbing
pricis, aud which enable us te trim a
New and Stylish Hut at le-wj than half
of its real value.
Clethiun
II.Ni: lAll.eTtl.NU.
i8ge --SPRING.--1890
Fine Tailoring.
The Largest and Mtvtt Elegant Assortment
or
SPRING NOVELTIES
New Ready for Your Inspection,
We would nUn announce tlie purchae of a
Jeb Ixil of Kngllxh .suiting and Treusering at a
grtat Miirltlce, ulilili we villi kill at
Astonishingly Lew Prlces.
?-Cull early te oecure a bargain In these
geed.
H. Gerhart,
ONLY
DIRECT IMl'OltriNU T.VIM'R IN '1 HECITY
43 NORTH QUEEN STREET.
dzr.tfd
goofs mtfr fhetm.
B
OOTS AND aUOKS.
"ITT'TT'T? AND COMKOIIT (HI 10
I7" IT" -IT" -171 and HAViNfi no TO
llilUlltllt HTACKIIOIJ3EM.
OUlt ARSOItrMKNTOP
BOOTS AND SHOES
rOBBPIUNO AND RUMMER RTYLB) AllE
NOW COMPLETE.
a-The Price are " FOll KAHE " te your
purses, nnd the Htylea are "J-OH CAMl'" te
your feet.
D. P. STACKHOUSE,
23 & 30 EAST KINO STREET,
THE LEADER IN FINE HHOKMAKINO
AND LOW PRICES.
I1UE PIlETOEHT FOR VINE DRESS.
r
FOR
GENTLEMEN.
Patent Leather Rhees are the correct
thing Ter wedding nnd social events.
Just the kind et Footwear gentlemen,
old or young, et fmtldleus taMe, ought
U wear for light walking andflnadress
(iin there be anything handsomer ? We
Imve dltrercnt llnet or Patent Leather
Mhees. We buy from the best makers
only de net take chances with
every Tem, Dick nnd Harry sort. We
leek for and get the bent there Is for the
money. Our patrons expect and get
them thnt way. tee. The makes here nre
made ever the latest nnd most fashiona
bly shaped lasts with moderately pointed
tees. The making and the finish is or n
superior character the) '11 bear the
clexcst examination by competent
judges. They cannot be better made.
We have them In Ijice nnd Congress,
widths O nnd D, ranging In price Irem
12.50 te M. Frem the assortment here It
Is an easy matter te make selections,
tee. Yeu couldn't de hair se well any
where else.
As Patent Leather Is n verydellcate
leather, and requires extra care In
bundling, we cannot warrant them, lu
our line grades the best nnd llncst
French Calf Patent Leaiher only Is used,
but no maker In America will warrant
Patent leather net te crack en the sur
face. It will all de no, but It does net
hurt Uie wear nnd detracts but little
from the leeks of the shoe. Putcnt
leather Hhees will be extensively worn
this summer In all the fashionable cen
tres. Hew many Lancastrians will want
te be In the swim? Wccan help them
get there, sure, whenever their thought
Inclines that way.
SHAUB & BURNS,
14 North Queen Street, Lancas
ter. Pa.
AliaESl' ASSORTMENT 1
Oxfords and Slippers.
I he largest Assortment of Ladles'. Misses',
Children's und Infants' Oxfords and Nllpptrs In
this city. '1 his Ntntcment, te mine people, may
seem te be an Idle beast, but te our uiuny cus
tomers who have been buying their Oxfords
and Slippers here for the past two seasons,
knew hew truthful It Is, ns then we had the
Ijirgcst Stock and Assortment In the city, and
thU season we have added .a gteat munyuf the
Latest SI) les,
LAItailSTANn FINEST DISPLAY IN THK
CITY IN OUR WKSr WINDOW.
Indies' Deugela Patent Leather 'Up Ovferds
ut Use, 75c, 1100, it 23 and upwurds.
Ladles' Dongola Plain Toe Oxfords at 1 00,
tl 25, II M, tl OOnnd upwards.
Ladles' Patent Leather Frent Oxfords nt il 25,
II 60, nnd 5-2 00.
Ladles' Russet erTnn Oiferds with Tins nnd
Plain Tees, (fie, 75c. II tti, II 25 and upwards.
Ladles' Kid Opera Slippers at tOc, 75c, 11 00,
II 25. 11 60 nnd 12 00.
Ladles' Fine Beaded Slippers, with Ruckles,
Hews, Ktc II 2", 11 50 und U 00.
Mlsccs' Dengnln nnd Russet, Tip nnd Plain
Tee Oxfords, ut 75c, UOc, 11 10 aud upwards.
Child's Dongola and Russet Oxfords at 00c,
75c. II 00,1125 and SI 50.
Infant's Dongola and Ruset Oxfords at5c,
50c, 75c and 11 00. And ethers net mentioned.
In fact we have everything from the cheapest
te the bcit. ;
The One-Price Cash Heuse,
Chas. H. Frey,
(Successor te FREY A KCKERT) the leader el
Lew Prices In
BOOTS AND SHOES,
NOS.3 A 5 EAST KINU STREET,
LANCASTER, PA.
O-Stere Closed Every Evening ut 6 o'clock
Except Monday and Saturday.
rtvycte.
piARP
AKPKTHI C'ARPEIS
Paten
Leathe
Slees
CARPETS !
Custom Rag Carpets
A SPECIALTY
Dyeing ! Dyeing ! Dyeing !
LANCASTER FANCY STEAM DYEING
WORKS
Arc second te none In IVunsvlvnnla for flnlsli
et vv erk of all kinds. Feathers 1) eil All Shades.
Orders will receive prompt atlintlen.
PHILIP SGHDmT SON & CO,,
NO. l.'l HOUTH WATER STREET,
LAxrASTtK, Pa. febl5-3md
milK LANCASTER CARPET HOUSE. ""
S. St l.
Furniture Cevers,
Chandelier Cevers,
Summer Curtains,
Awnings.
SHAUB & VONDERSMITH,
18, 20 & 22 East Orange Street
an3-lyd
Clothing.
M
riCKti RATUreR.
ATTRACTIONS
in eun
We've many attractions Iln our Custom De
partment. We nre showing the
Handsomest Line
OF
SUITING
FOR
Men's Wear
FROM
$15,00 te Almest Any Price'
Btieh styles as these are net offered anywberj
In LancesW for the price. Hitch an assortment
you'll Und nowhere else.
ELECWNT 8TLYEH IN
Men's Treusering !
Mere than you'll cam te leek at. Prices range
from SI le J 13. We'll tit )OU, loe.
Myers & Rathven,
Leading Fashionable Tailors,
NO. 12 EAST KING STBEST
LANCASTER. PA.
flLOTlIlNU.
L. Gansman & Bre.
SPECIAL BARGAINS
MEN'S, HOY'S AND CHILDREN'S
11K. IDQUAR TER8.
Q. A.R. IndlzoBltie Suits with two sets of
buttons, at 15, 17, S3, 110.
Men's Cheviot Suits tt 1 50, It, t-
Men's All-Weel Cheviot Bulls nt $5 75, !0, 8,
110.
Met.'s Worsted Suits at tt 50, II, Se, 10.
Men's All-Weel English Worsted Suits at
17, IS, 110. Hi.
Men's Fine Worsted Ceat and Vest, Imported,
17 tO, 13. 110, 112.
Hey's Suits at 12 25, 12 75, 1 1.
Uey's All-Weel Butts at 11, 15, ttf, 17, H.
ISOO Children's Suits, coat nud pants, 85c, 11,
tl 25. They nre great value for the money.
600 Children's Pants, 20c and 25c.
4 JO Men's Working Pants, 55c, C5c, 75c. II.
All-Weel Cheviot Pants, II 75 nnd 1200.
Our Custom Tailoring Department filled with
New and Nobby St) les for Spring and Summer
Suiting nt Lew Prlies.
Wrlte or Call for Samples.
L. Gansman & Bre.,
Tailors nnd Manufacturers or Men's. Ray'i and
Children's Clothing (Exclusive.)
66 and 68 NORTH QUEEN BT.,
. W. CORNER OF ORANGE, LANCASTER, PA.
S- Net connected with auy ether Clothing
Heuse In the city.
-!"e cautious nnd make no mistake se that
you get Ui the rlirhtplncc.
H
IIWII s UROJUER.
PRICES TALK.
Honeyed words may draw te stores some who
like te be flattered, but the werklngman and
almost every ether man gees where he gets
Uoed, Substantial Clothing at the Lewest, Rea
sonable Prices. Thut Is what woefTertothe
people of Lancaster city and county.
Ready-Made dotting.
Men's Streng Suits Our Own Make It 50,
15, te, 17, 87 50.
Men's All-Weel Worsted Suits, 17, IS, 110, 112,
111,115,110,113.
Men's lllack Chev let Suits S3 (sold elsewhere
for 110) nnd II I.
Men's Cassluaeru Suits from 10, 17, , 110 up te
Men's Fancy Chev lets nnd Cnsflmcres, light
colors, the talk of the town, II). OO. Same pat
terns sold elsevv here at 110.
SILK MIXTURES from 110 a suit upwards.
All conceivable Stjlcs, iPattcrus and Quali
ties In Stock all et Rotk-1'ettom Prices.
BOYS READY-MADE LONG PAST SUITS.
Streng Suits, Light and Dark Celers, from
1250, 5.1. t-160 II te 15 suitable for hard wear.
Make geed Suits for Sunday nnd afterwards ler
ev er) Jay. OUR OWN MAKE.
LIGHT COLORED SUITS.
Casslmeres nud Cheviots, elegant patterns,
15, $0, 17 up te 110. Ill and 112. All c lers aud
patterns. Prices undoubtedly the lowest In the
county, quality censldertd.
Children's Suits
Prem SI 25, II 60. II 75,12, 1250 upwards. Solid
Ciu.-liucre suits. S-i, 1.150, Sl.fl W, $5. Silk Mix
tures nud beautiful ellects. Solid wearers, -i 50
up te li a suit. Light Colored Suits a Specialty.
Merchant Tailoring Dapartment.
SIIU ullveund bustling, with scores of orders.
Yeu are the next one we nre ready teenclicle
with the tnpe nnd for whom vve will turn out
the pretty suit of the town.
CLOTHIERS, MERCHANT TAIL0K3 AND
OENTS' FURNISHERS.
H. Queen St., Centre Square, Market St.,
1 ANCASTF.R, PA.
Ceal.
Ui Department.
HIRSH (I BROTHER,
JUMHL'RANDCOAI
J TOHACCOSHOOKSANDCASEH. WEST.
citN UARU WOODS. Wholesale aud Retail,
by 11. B. MARTIN CO.,
nS-lyd 121 Water Street, 1 jncuKter. Pa,
-nAUMUARDNERH COMPANY.
COAL DEALERS.
OfFiris Ne. 129 North Queen Street, and Ne.
Stl North Prince street.
YAUis North lrluc-9 Street, near Reading
Depot. '
tagU-UU LANOAHTKB, PA.
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