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&- THE LANCASTER DAILY INELLIGENCEK, THPKSDaV. JUKE 5. 1890. fr P ?e V?r M Tin if t,yj -c- -s i IrtUU 3ittlKtcr. rrntrwj.BTKlNMAJf. "CHAIU.WHiisiri.Ar ruuin, imimi". BOBKRT clahk. ruDiuner. DAILY nrrKLUOKNCKR.-Published ;tW da la thaXmr. uutHnnday. Hcrrrd & rMrten In UiU elly and ramnndliig S-.4 MM..?ttrlft.ulvYnc:MynUatneiitb. i,PK!.Y INTKLLIOENCEK-One dollar and V win ymr, in iinuire NOTICE TO BIj&sCIUHEIW-IUmlt by check t , w postefBw order, aud where neither of i tbeMcan be procured lena in a refiiwrvu " Mf ur. at the Poatefflce, ai aeeoea cum nan Matter. L A ... WOT IWimfltllWi i - Lancaster, Fa. LAM0AT,PA.. June 5, 1890. i Wire Burial. ne sadden killing of n rcry valuable in PlAlufleld, New Jersey, by con- Met -With alive wire, appears te hove '. Mt)n au nccideut of th kind that can- .fwM be guarded against by the grcatcHt K' 'brudeuce me leuir an wires are Iiuiik ou vJ ?Wdaa A 4liiiiii1nr Blnrni linil lirellirhi 5Aia.-ii tlut wlm lh )inra allied at a ," fallen tree and touched the deadly nielnl. JK-jIfcevery eemniunlty where electric Hipewer 1 in constant use by overhead .- I .n, tlmrn la IliW llnnvelilnlilc !i!Unger of sudden death. It may 'W said mat we nave similar & :Vdtegeri! about U9 nil the time; that no "man walks the jitrcet without enduring tftaie- Bessibllltv that a brick may fall ; Jrbm a house top and brain him ; that ?.&tU! every mouthful swallowed there is r 'itanger of death through some hitch In "KHie very uencaie mncuiuury ei iue 2X threat : that death lurks everywhere and constant anxiety te avoid It only innkes SS-llfln iiilwrnli1i. All tills Is true. but In no '$& argument In favor of calmly permitting -" an addition te tnese perns wnen it can urn uvuiuuu. an biiiiu ui biuuuuiu op tien electrle wires must go under Itetf in American cities, us they r.".W... I...... .., In tt.rll.. nml ,,11.,,.. UIW1V .vug "tt" " -m" MW ...lit.. Hk?-j3t tnjsslirn pimllnlia mul llinfnu-ria flint first. ;- ST" " --J-.- , . -".. Sjwnieve tue uuriai et me wires win save i,4be meat money. Lancaster, like etlier ; li'tttlfty cities, is steadily aiming nt an -gLImprevenjent of her streets. We have ,iyut down costly pavements aud mere ,jre eentemplated, se that the time may aet be far dlstaut wlicn our thorough- 'v it. -it t. t ...i.t. i..... nm win uu iie jmvvu wuii mum, IvMDhalt or flrc-briek. llefore this work ad- KVanccs a step further, the city slieuld de c'tumlne upon subways which may be eas 4ly eenitructed under each newly paved Wlwiter and gas pipes as well um electric '''fAgreund work. They could be small jjOjtunnels with man holes at proper Inter- qktiu, nun iiiuugii ni nrsi luiuy nuiuu i5"ave an immense amount of money new Slient in digging trenches te hunt for i; '-ttl leaks ermake repairs. In putting down rZ--" ., r ..,,, " . . -$jwwy pavements u win nc money savcu ;;l;n. the end te at flrst spare no expense In : Btaningtue underground weru se penect vltbat the pavement will never need te be Jv&iem up. The city can thus gradually JMt surely approach the day when (AT- .-- . , fc.i;.VTrfect!y ciui pned. will cuceurage the 'j? ...--?.- ' . . ,;:XMnpietieu or me subway system, and v'ke It jxtssible te order all tlie wires tender ground, and te clear the streets of '',., the long rows, or rather clusters, of un- v ljTaljttltlv nnlne Ttinf lint tnav tint lut un i Si" W"J t""-. ".. ..J ""V """ "" "" i rjr'TO.. .. It iin.u ..witnu r..r IT I Iw. I.nlf ,3 nnnj he .v ..wit nvvtua, wa j. ...w ...... v!Wzen squares new paved in ways se ? -V-cessiy ii uusiuisiactery, nan eeeii se jrranged underground, several would tfiT;tew have a smoother surface, and the city would have taken u leug strldu .towards wire burial. Rf "-"-a- The Heard of Health. I .in . m? 'thc beard of hcaltli measure, as -"fe- 'simeBded in common councils, is much k!r' improved, but it has one icrlleus rock ti'fi te pass before it can be hulled us the bearer of nn Institution destined te .quickly prove its usefulness and the wisdom of its feuuders. It must be saved from the danger of becoming n measure for the establishment of a worthless uud oestly etllce for the reward of political 'benchmen. The emission from the orig inal bill of any prevision that the health officer should be a physician is at least 3$w very curious, and the failure te re- iU' Jquire the premised beard of health tsjgifj te make registration of births and iZ ikuiu is ipuie uiincceuuiuuie. i&The newspajHrr were given credit 4y. for squeezing this meesuru out of & our ceuuciluicn by sitting upon vr,them one year age, aud this may ex- RtTJaln the misshapen appearance of the " . . I lu.tiii1iii. liniir Yi'f.i !... Ii. BUlHU01Ue--""H """ "'i-u "J vk action .W f'tutsabln symmc- -arr - .t.Ta-rr;.i- .. . .. . ........ 4rjf. v i iiruuuuiu ii less iiaitenng sj., explanation of the complete about face fcfii Executed by Mr. Itlddle and his followers unay be found In the combluntleu of sev- viut uiuuvi'9 iuuru in less weiiny, A heard of health would de ue harm be yond spending bouie money, uudicouu uudiceuu uudicouu eilmen are net often averse te that, par ticularly if it can be se sjieut as te have some jtelltlcal effect. The luck of u beard of health in the emergency of au epidemic would certainly seal the political deem of ceuucllmeu who hud opposed it. These motives, added te the honest Judgment of the ceuncllmcu as citizens, beein nil suillclent te explain the ratherstartllug spectacle of Mr. ltid dle fighting for n thousand dollars for u aboard of health in 1590 when in IfeSO he thought such un institutlonjquiteuiiuce easary. The about fuce Jis ceiniilete that it is net burprisdng thnt Mr. Ml Comsey prudeutly assumed the prescuce of tt UCKre In the weed tille. mill Irlwl hi Sfes bave the appropriation reduced te live BUndred dollars. It remains te be seen & fkete the colored mun Is there, und ;j i vnvu ui wictv wuui-ii uu ine re 5 commended measure may give wme bint as as whether these fears uic Justi fied. Debts And Water. Mayer Clark, In his message te coun cils, takes a firm staud ou the principle of " pay as you go, " and he will be sus tained in It by the citizens. It is as urgent a duty te provide for the pay meut of the six thousand dollar deli deli deli eiencif.hefloatiugdebUefthecityasit Is te vote money for currying ou the city government uud te fellow the old nn.n. &' t Si0 of tuklnK f""i thlsyear's uppronria upprenria - tleus te pay last year's debt is net only te Vwt w"ll0Ut due autheritybut Is un- Sjwiuragmga reititieu of the same un- warranted -ireeeedlutj " year lu'ter. Uy ctearlug away this bid debt, se long shoved ferwurd fiuuiycur te j ear, the ( riuu suepanmenis euu sturt ufa-sh with every Incentive te economy, uud at the eud of the jear the citizens cau , sur-ey the work of each with the pleas iug retlectieu that It Is paid for aud that , future plans need net be huui-iered by pjylug for "dead Iiertes." The satis- t etery condition of the city's bended tWbt encourage the mayor te prvsa. again the exiedleucy of bringing te a popular vote the question of an Increase of water storage capacity. A potitlen te councils from citizens of the West End ler abcitcr supply for that section reinforces the recommendations of the mayor, aud the Injustice of giving se peer a supply te people who pay se large a share of the water tax should secure consideration for the West Kuders. The city needs se many thlugs that it is sometimes hard te tell which is most urgently demanded, but in this het weather there can be little doubt of the necessity of plenty of geed water. m Tiif. Senate finance committee is lia Ing IheMcKlnley bill logically knoeked te bits by permitting a few imsluess ineti aud manufacturers te crillclse It. Thkiik is a very small but intorestltig strike in Philadelphia, Heven Irish mem engaged In ramming a pavement for Con tractor James Pitch promptly stepped work because of an erder that llicy must cease smoking their pipes, as tee much time was lest In lighting them, livery tlme they stepped te get a frond light tliey would have a little chat befere rcnenlng the weary "stamp, stamp, stamp," and ns tliey often needed a light the contractor foolishly supposed that he could save a great deal of tlme by simply forbidding pipes. After an hour's waiting, while the laborers chatted and smoked en the side walk, Mr. Fitch concluded te glve In, but houew found that the indignant smokers bltterly rescnled his Insult te an Irishman's beloved pipe. The rammers donatiiled an advance of wajjes tefi'fia day, and the pavers asked four dollars. They had bf en getting iW and f1.M respectively, and no compremlso xoems probable l'al's pipe must be respected. -- Mil. Itnmi.i: kindly gives tliqnowspaperH credit for persuading councils of the error of tlielr ways In the beard of health mutton but If the health elllce Is made a fat berth for a iHilltlcil werker, this Journal will dis claim all responsibility. PKUSO.VAI.. (Jicn, J. 1. K. OeniN, of Lebanon, has bneu ro-appetnfod commander of the Third brigade, N. O. V. PAitDtNAt. Mannine, In a letlnr te Mr. O'Hrlen, says: "The Irlsli noepln have been alll Icled with every kind of sorrow, barbarous and rellntid, for ceiiturles, but a day of restitution has nearly come." Mayeii Kr.t.l.Kit, of Willianisperl, a native of Milt, paid out of his own peeknt tlioiialnriesof the meti in the 11 re ifepart ifepart tnent, whom he appointed a month nge, and whose warrants the city controller would net honor, expecting the city te reimburse him after the solution of the trouble. JN UOUTkN'H COCO 4 UellcloilK UellcleilK Mnntly, Made In 17) Tlienifli pure ami ulinple nml se mllil, It inlshl Ijeiim'iI by iiny child, YelHOZODONTH se swlfl nnil sure 'J hat mouth nml teeth wllli Mondrecn xpi'i'il Krein liirtHrnnil from tulnt urefretsl Till they becoine rect, white, nml pure. A 'Jeeil Talker mi Hie slnxe or iilntrerm, In nerlely or nt home, must net only possess Inula but n clear, streiiK voice. Catarrh, or e em cold, iiliuest rer tnlu tn Injure Hie voice. Ililtlliese eeiiinlaliits may lie completely eraillciited with afewnii afewnii afewnii pllentlousef 77lemi' Kl'ttilc OH, imrlvuleil In Its NHcli)ltles. Kelil In '.uticiuilcr by W, T. Ilecli, 137 und lSDNerlh Queen street. Tin" clennslntr, iintlseptte nml heallni;nuiill tics of Dr. Hutfe'i Catarrh llciuedv are nno nne (luuled. w .'I'll Aw ' I'm All llrotce l' !" This la the usual exclamation of one nllllcti il with rheumatism or Inmcnuss. Kheuiuatlc pernie are Indead entitled te our sincere sym pathy unit commiseration. Huemly relief Is edered tlicm In 7'r. mutnm' lCli-ctiic Oil. It Is tliesuern remedy of nil nclies nml pains. Held In Lancaster by W. T. UelIi U7und I'M North Queen street. -TAN UOUTKN'H COCOA. TIIK KOItnsiOST COCOA OP KUUOI'K. TUB COMING ONK OK AMKItlCA. UNLIKKTl'A AND COKKEK- OOOD KOKT1IK NlIKVlis. The claims of Cocea as a useful article of diet are steadily winning recognition. Unlike ten und cedec, il is net only it stluiuluut but a neurlsher ; uud It hits the greut advantage of leaving ue nar cotic etl'ects. Ileuce it is adapted Van Heuten's Cocea " Best and Gees Farthest." te geiierul use. The strong muy tulte It with pleasure uud the weak with Impu nity. -VAN ileUTEN's Cocea ("once tried, ulwujs used ")1euvrsuolnJurleusel1ects no the neneus system. Jt Is ue wonder, therefore, that In nil parts of the world this Inventor's Cocea U ret em mended by medical men Instead of tea and cotlee or ether cocoas or chocolates for dally use by children or adults, hale und sick, rich and peer. " Largest sale In the world." Ask for VAN HOUTUN'l-uudtuke no ether, (10) DUUNKKNNtXS. I.KJUOll UAillr. In All the World there Is hut One Cure. nit. iiainus' aeM)i" HPnciKic. It run be Klven In n cup of eofleeor teu, or In articles of feed, without the knowledge of the patient, If necessary ; It Is absolutely harm less und 111 ellect u permanent und (.pecdy cure, whether the patient Is a mnderatu drinker or an ulcoliello wn"ck. IT NKVKIt FA I US. It operates se quietly nnd with such certainty Hint Hie patient undergoes no Inconvenience, mid ere lie Is uuure,hlscoiuplcte n formation Is eUucted. 48 pave book of particulars free. CllAH. A. bOCIIKH. Drtn.'B'st, Ne. 9 tiu,t Kltm ML, liucuater, Pa. octal ced-TTIiAS - ". I'KIt CENT.I)i;ilKN rUHKHIOCK CKK-A-J tinenlcsln multliiles of JHU, umiliiua Kiinrnntee cnsli dividend of 10 ier cent, peruu niim. pa nbleseml-unuuully, are Issued by the Ihilldtniraud Lean Association nfliakirMilleuie Olllce, Aberdeen, (Seuth Daketu). Ne member ship feu or etlier exjiense Incident te Issuance of sleck. Hleck may be converted Inte cash at purchnse prlisj after two yenrs. Invester se cured by ical estate inerltcat'es te doulilelho amount of the luestuieut dess,lted with a Trustee. Correspondence Invited. CW.Bl'AKLINn, Mnuajer Philadelphia Olllce, JsnUlmeed Ne. Ill Wnlmit HI reel. OAUUY IN HrOCK IIEHT rilAUCOAL, Uniuinered liar Iren, Deuble Itellued Iren. Uurden's Hlset Iren, Hlets, Het uud Celd Heller Iren, Steel. Hlieet Iren 3-10 te Ne. la, ut JOHN MUST'S, 'J& Knet Fulton street. inT-tld JNJECTOits, nuK i.trn.K uiantTjian uiantTjian ceck Inspiraters nnd Klocters, KWrman iller Feeder, I'cnberthy Insiieetnr, Amerlcun HUecters. all In stock, at JOHN UhST'H, 833 Uaet Fulton street. iu7-tid OIITHK HKr HOT AIU I'lfitNACK IN the market, no te JOHN iiicht x.u v,... Ful ulten street. niMfd 17IOKAMKUICANHIOIU'ri:KlCVI.INDF.Il 3 Lubricators. QlussOll Cups for Ileurluirs. oil can get them ut JOHN llUSfH, an En Fulton street. mT-tfii an rwiTs ,KK.i:r ji-,1,' Fiiesnt (jJfJJJ Inch te 0 Inch diameter, for saleat n lewlliiure. and the only house In the city with a pi ik) cutting machine, cuttlnir up te Inch diameter, at JOHN UUSr rl.RM Kast Ful ton street. iu7-tfd Oil CAST IHON I'U'K FJH'INOrt, IIOTH nlaln llnd rfdueliii?. un telt-lneli iiiAiiiit.r Malleable . . ...... . p' ' ' ..: -- --" "! iiiinas, riaunes, nunee unions, Manifolds, Li.. Aiui'iiLaiii uiiiuna. auu ruiiiMirik. Hangers, Fleer uud CellliiK Flutes, te te JOHN HlCafri, a.l Kust Fulton street. m7-tfd TTIOIl I'll Jj VaUes.J firastOate ' 'UATT 4 CAUY AHBEHTOS DISO Jenkins Valves.UruM Olebe Valves, VfilTS. Irflll fttulv nifclufe Vulla. Ijcverhafety Valves Pep Hufety Valves, Air Valves, lludlater Valves, Frutt's Hwlnk-lntr Ct.ec k Valves, Ilruss Check Vulvrs.Foet Vntves Aesle Valves, call ut JOHN 'IIXT'H, an Fjis Fulton Hlreet, ' i7.f,j Olt OAHTINOH, IKON Oil HIlAbS, I.IOHT or heavy, at short notice, no te JOHN inr, sa Katt Fulton streeu in7.tfd ULiattamaker'v. Piui.AnKi.rillA.Tliurmlay, June ft, 1WJ. I Icrc's an 85c Muslin Night Gewn. Let's count what the bare materials would cost you. Ay, yards Muslin 9c 41c I yard Inserting a loe........ lOe i yard Kdfint dp S Vie '1 yards leading et Ac .. sc llutteus and Thread ........ Te "rie And you must buy carefully te jjet the stuff for se little as that. Then hew about the making ? Here are 15 yard of fine plaiting. That Gewn would lie geed value at $ri5; what is it then at 85c ! Hseeud fleer, Juniper street side. Boek N i:vs for June has a very geed plate-paper portrait of 1,1. Rider Haggard, and a comprehensive sketch of that popular novelist. 1 Icrc is a hint of what the fifty-five etier pages of this issue contain besides advertise ments : M IHCKr.l. A N I'OI'K With the New Heek. One Way or lllutlrsllnif a Heek. A I'lea for I-uughter from Over Hie Hea. The KreutrerHeuatu. llfiVIKWH The Temple of Koleinon. Palfrey's Final Volume. A Htlrrlni; Narrative. Mr. Child's Hciuliilscences. Itusslu, A I'lensnnt Utile Heek. A Natural Method of I'll) steal Training. Dr. Field's New Heek. Jesephine Ilenaparte. Hiidyard KIpllnn'sHterks. ' Hear Admiral of the lllue." and a fifteen page Descriptive Price List of New Beeks cov ering one hundred and forty nine publications. This in ad dition te notes, obituary sketches, and twelve illustra tiens from latest volumes. Boek Nnvs is 5c a copy, 50c a year. Competent critics say it is the best literary monthly of the kind. Thirteenth street entrance. Twe lets of new 45-inch Hemstitched Fleuncings, with double stitched guipure work, come te us under the market. $2.75 kind at $2.00 $2.00 kind at $1.50 36-inch All-ever Embroidery that has been $2.60 and $2.85 gees te $2.25. Heuthuest of centre. 129 pieces Brussels Carpet go down like this : 36 patterns at $1.10 14 patterns at 90c The 51.10 kinds are of the very best makes, including English and Lewell goods. Second fleer, Mnrketstrcctslde. Mountains of China Mat tings. Meoenrt fleer, Thirteenth and Market streets corner. Jehn Wanamaker. Summer ilcaevte. II OTUli HltUNHWIC'K, "I ATLANTIC" CITY. N.J. New, Modern, First-Class, Complete, l'ucltle avenue, between New ierk nnd Tsmicthte uvcuiies. Accommodate 2110. nprtl-Jind JOSF.l'H H. UAVIH. rpui:osiieiiNi:. Cor. Arkansas nnd Pacific Aves., ATLANTIC ii 11 , is. .1, Newtleiise. Medem Improvements. KlevaJ ter, IJIectrle Ik Us. 'lcruis miHlrratc. juiiej-;:iiid mhh, ii.ohueuni:. rpill'MINNKltHA. I A1'I.ANI'1I)I'ITV.M..I.. I'acllle Ave,, hetMcen Arkansas and MkMiurl Aves; central location; refurnished; under uevvmnuaitenieut; evvr)th!iiKrlis-tlas. Write for circular. Ill) lB-iind C. A, HKOWNK. -1AMHH1UOK ATLANlTCClFv. HAM'I. II. J.KWIH, Proprietor. V.M. C. COCllilAN. Mnuuiter. Cemiilele llelel ; luu led riKinii ; oceun front ; l-st liathlUK grounds; Inead pluztas ; cleeaut bullet. m'Jl-'Jmd A TLAMICCITY. HOTEL CHiTWOODE Pacific Avenue, near Illinois, Atlantic City. Newund Flrst-riaks. Sleumlleut; Call bells. Twe minutes uulk from htiicli. J.'.GOaiulfJU) per day. NOW'OPKN. mlO-iinid MltS. ANNIKOllUHH. rpHKCHAl.FONTK, f THE CHALFONTE, ATLANTIl' CirV.NtW jMtSKY. HI IDATKl) ON TIIK HKACH, NOUTH CAllO LINA A V EN UK. m'.'-3md K. KOIIKHTH HONS. rnilK MIUUl.vi'NA Narrow Gauge Railway vi 111 be opened for the sinner season ou MONDAYMAY 5th This read extends from thoentrnnceof the Park te the summit of the heuth Meunlulu (Uev emer Dick), a distance ofabeut four miles, its miniature trains connect with ull the reKU lar paseii-er trains en the Cornwall A lba lba nen Kullread utrlvlug at the Park, and return Iuk fniin the summit of the mountain In tlme te connect with trains li-uvluic the Park. Frem points en I'enna. It. II, nnd Philadel phia A lUndlnc It. It. within 100 miles, the trip inn be accomplished In one dnv, ltWtlioNAItltOWKsrtlAl'uKlnthcwerld, It Is the most I'KItFKCTINlTSCONNTKUO. TION, It has ulse the .MOST COMl'LKTB KtiUII'MENl'. Its engines are jicrfect llttle models of the standard cnclneseffbetlrst-class, and Its cars are cieclnlly adapted te afierdau unebxtructed view or the miiKiiltlcent scenery nliniK the line Hleel Hulls. Hteue Dallas!, it Is one of the features of Mt. Gretna Park, the finest dav reert In Central Pennsylvania. Church uud Hchoel. Military and CtvloorKuul CtvleorKuul CtvloerKuul xatlons. Clubs and Tourist Parties can secure Hie exclusive tisoef Mt.Uretuu Park en uuult. catien te NKUlKiaifi ul-3md Hup't C. .t U ruilrend. Lebaneu, Pa. TTACATION F.XCUIIS10N3. RAYMOND'S VACATION EXCURSIONS. AiriruvclluffKxpciises Included. A party will leave I'hllndtlnhla en TIII'llS DAl.Jl'LY 17. ter Hie FIIIST (IltA.MJ 1'ltIP of ihe season le the Yellowstone National Park, With n complete round of all the points of In terest In America's Wonderland, aud ainpla time for a thoieiieh Inspection of Its many murvtla. l.lts will be made te Mammoth Het Springs, the Lewer and Upper Uc)cr tlaslns. ,Ue stone Luke, Yellowstone Falls aud Cau en n.A,i'r?.,i5,.'ll0.".,0,J?5' WOHTKEN HL'MMKlt TOUH.Slu July uhd August te leudlng KasUm lteserts. JULY 11- Kxcurileu te Ahisku ; the nutwurd Journey belug ever the Canadian fuclllc Hull. TiVii'.!.r iI'vHTOK NATIONAL 1'AUK temberTT August 1 und 31, aud Bep- 3-Send for dcscrlpllveclrculnrs. desleiiallint whethii lellowstene Natlenul Park Trips Alaska Tour or "Klghtcu riumuier Tours" are desired, HAYMONH .1 WHirCOMH, 111 Beuth Nluth 81. (under Continental Hetel). Philadelphia, ', " uneWtd , 3 It or. rOOT8 AND 8IIOEH. Coming in Daily ! f -AT- D. P. STACKHOUSE'S, 28 tt 30 EAST KINO STREET. Light and Elegant, but Durable Goods, for Het Weather Wear, fek sikn, women ane chil0hen. kash.comfeht, ujw i'hicr.s. STACKHOUSE l.F.ADKIt OF LOW PHICl'r) IN HIIOKS, 2S A. .TO EAHT KINO ST. rillll-SK WIN M AN Y AOMIHKItS I Wk'vk many ncwaud beautiful shapes In Ladles' Hhees adapted for this sea sea heii's wcur. Here's un excellent Hue of goods from a leading American maker. We advertise It this week the first time. 'Ihe words or the manufacturer will aufllce te tell the story of their geed qua' Hies, six: The etllrary und styllth ttrect of this line of shoes deixnds en the perfect construction of the Improved la,ts en which they are uinde. The shoes are of a special shape, showy, sty lish nml pleasing. The vnmps are cut from an excellent grade of lirlght Hon Hen Hon geln Kid. Frem the vamp nil around the heel (or quarters) Is a piece of patent leather, highly ornamental In lis effect, und which doc net become rough nor unsightly from the wear occasioned by the friction of the skirls. Have neat, fnshlonable narrow tee-, tipped with patent leather ; heels of fair height pret tily shaped. These shoes are very at tractive In appearance, lit excellently, and when en Ihe feet win uught but words of prahc. There Is Just enough f latent leather about them te make liem neat and showy Millien t overdo ing." We have them In llutten or Lace, uud marked te sell nt SJ.Wa pair. That's reasonable, tee, for shoes no high In grade ns these. They are strongly niude uud will preve te be very servfroable. Many mere pretty shapes with patent leather trimmings are here ns well, rrlccd teplensethepiirsethat pavs-51.-, I.&0, r- ti.M, M. All of them well made. Outside this store It W dlllleult te find shoe values equalling these we adver tise. F.xumlnatlnns solicited. A great assortment le elect from. 'Unit makes shoe shopping easy nnd pleasant. SHAUB & BURNS, 14 NOIITII QfJKEN BTKEKT, IjANCAS TKK. J A. L A HU EST A bSOKTM ENT I Oxfords and Slippers. The largest Assortment of I i dies' Misses', Children's and Iufnuts' Oxfords and Hllppers In this city, 'misstatement, te some people, mn seem te be an Idle beast, but te our many cus tomers who have been buying their Oxfords und Hllppers here for the past two seasons, knew hew truthful It Is, ns then we had the Largest Hleck nnd Assortment In the city, und this season vielinveudded.il ireit iiiunv eftlie Latest Htylei. LAHOESTANI) 1'INEHT IMSl'LA-! IN TIIK CITY 1NOUH WF.ST WINDOW. ladles' Hongola Patent Leather 'lip Oxfords at tee. Tie, II U), II 'J5 and upwards. Indies' Oongela Plain Toe Oxfords nt 110(1, II '., II SO, tl 00 aud tipwardi. Ladles' I'atcut Leuther Frent Oxfords nt II 'J, II CO, and 11 U). ladles' llusselerTan Oxfords with Tips ami Plain Tees, Uc, 7k'.II u),tl '2aud upuard. Ladles' Kid Opera Hllppers ut WV.T.V, II (XI, II 25, II Mand 12 00. Indies' Flue llended Hlliers, with lluckles, Hew s. Etc., II iO, II 0 und U tu. Mlsees' Dongola nnd Itusset, Tip and Plain Tee Oxfords, ut Tie, UOe, II 10 und iipwurdi. Child's Pnngela and lliuset Oxfords utikV. T5c, II 00, 1 25 and II M. Infant's Dongola uud Itusscl Oxfords nt.lV, 50e, 75c nnd II 00, And ethers net mentioned. In fact we have ever) thing from the i hrnpct te the best. ; The One-Price Cash Heuse, Ohas. H. Frey, (Successor te FHEY A ECKEItT) the leader el la)w Prices In BOOTS AND SHOES, NOH.,3 4 & EAST KINO HTHEKT, LANCAHTEIt. Pa. -Hlere Closed Every Evening al tl o'clock Except Monday and Saturday. Vai-rtoelo. T) OHE 111103. i IIARTM AN. Parasols! Parasols! Parasols! AT UKDUCKH PltllMX All Kinds of Umbrellas and Parasols MADETOOIIDHU. ALSO Net Parasols, Wagen Umbrellas. REPAIRINO & REC0VEEINO NEATLY DONE, ATTHEMAKl'lPJ. ROSE BROS. & HARTMAN, 14 East King St. nprlJ Smd tSurvlnnce. s TANDAHD OAIUtlAQE WOHK. EDW. EDGERLEY, UAKK1AGE BUILDER, tO, !., V A MAHKETHTHEET.ltenr or Hie Fosterilce), luVNOAHTEH, FA. All the latest styles In Buggies, Fnmlly Car r ages, I'liictens, Surrevs, Cubrlelel, Phu'tens, lluckbeurd, 'trotting Wagons.Htulleu Wagons, Market A agens, etc., new reudy ler the aprlns ltade. A rliie line of Second-Hand Werk. New is the time le erdtr for Nprlug. Ktrtetl v drst-cluss work uud ull work fully gitarunleet My prices are the lowest In the county for tlu same quality of work. Ulvemeucull and ex amine my work. tUpalutlng and Kepnlrlng promptly at tended te aud done In a nrst-cTa manner. One set of workmen esin-clally employed for that purpeaa CJTEAiIIIE.VTIS'1 O dwellings, churi (heugh succtss fully THECOMINd 11 E T FOIl nirthes, sdioel houses, etc.. 11 succtssiuuy used one liuudred veani li?,i-."'i5'1,'ouce,,,cmPlatea change call ou JOHN MlCHr, who will give jeu a sitlsfactery 'eb.atafalrjprlce. mMId Laics' Kid Shoes. Jcuvnttuv? H1 KNRf WOLF, FURNITURE STORE, has removed te IM East Klnc itiMt, havlnjr m full line of Furniture of every deacrlptlen at the lowest prices. Alse Underteklnc ptneaptly at tended te. Call and examine our feed, ft-tdll H. WOLF. IM nut Klnc RtreeL e CHHAHII1US. SPECIAL OFFERING -FOIl- J-U1TET Handsome Parler Suites IN THE Latest Coverings, Finely Made, At Oreally Ileduced Frlces. Ochs & Gibbs, Munurueturcrsnnd Healers, Kil.M A 4th Fleer.) Ne. .11 HOUTH QUEEN 1 ' Hlltr-KT. -lirl DM l-KHH COHNKK. MAKE HOME BEAUTIFUL! l)-ut's work Is once mere done, E nllstcd men who fought aud wen, C hunt o'er the graves of these who fell O-n many a Ikld, 'mid shot and shell, It-emcmbercd nre these patriot dead, A nil o'er their graves the tlewcrs w 0 spread, T his dene, let's tnru te theso who live, I'. nlmnce carh home and beauty give. WIDMYER, ceuxi'u or KAST KINO AND IWKi: STUHnTS. xr IINITHII'H FUIINITUIIE DEFOT. WIDE AWAKE Uuvers desiring n coiiiblnntleii of Highest Quality of the Manufacturers Art In ull the Newest nnd Latest Designs nnd the Lewest Prices In Furniture, Curtains, Parler Suits, &c, Should benwake te their own Interest nnd cull upon us when their wants will be fully sup plied. We Oder telny a splendid nssertment of Par Par eor Hulls In Tapestries und Plushes nt specially Lew Prices. HEINITSH'S FURNITURE DEPOT, 27 &, 29 Seuth Queen Street evpett. -lAltPKTH! CAIU'ETS CARPETS ! Custom Rag Carpets A HPKCIALTY Dyeing ! Dyeing I Dyeing I LANCASTER FANCY HTE.VM DYEIN'Q WO I IKS Are second le none In Pennsylvania for Mulsh el work or ull kinds. FeuthcrsDved All Hhades. Order will lecelve prompt attention, PHILIP SCHUMr SON & CO,, NO. 11 HOUTH WATEll HTHEET, Ll.MMHTKK. 1'A. feblSnlmd rpiIE LANCAHTEIt OAKPET HOUSE. S. & V. "MAXXINGS HEDUCEH IN I'lllCE. Awnings, Oil Cleths, Shades. CKRPETS OF ALL ailADES.ATIlIOIlTl'IlICErt. it- Carpels Cleaned and Itelatd. All work vtarruuted te gtve satisfaction. SHAUB & VONDERSMITH, 18, 20 & 22 East Orange Street. aug2Myd JvCfvllJl'VrttUVB. K EI'UIOEHAIOHH, ETC The Dollars Saved lly purchasing a BKLDMIN Celd Dry-Air Refrigerator will mere than pay the advance In cost of Ice this season ever last. WATi:n COOI.KRS, icc-cri:am Fi:r:zi:Rs. Specialties : BUGGY AND WAGON HARNESS TENNIS HACKETS, IIA.MMOCICS SPREOHER'S Baby Carriage Bazaar, NO.81EASrKI.NUSr. uprl'-tfdTu.ThA.S 1 JACKIMISJ, A8 FOLLOWS DIIIIUO, tell I hteamuud iljilniullc l'acklnii.Aktits.tUepe. 1'' ",u'".V.'!!l,wlc1' 'cklnir. Hemp Fuckin?, -laslesMlll lleanl, AsU-stea Cemeut, Atstes Hheatliliiir, Oum l'acklni;,(lum Itlngs for Water (Jauges, Plumtunfe Packing, HtvtX' Fatent As bestos, Lined Sectional Fir Ceyer, at JOHN UEST'a, 883 East Fulton Ureet. ' ' nnfd tSrecerte. TBUMHK.R. A CARLOAD OF- Wholesale and Retail, AT I BURSK'S, 17 E, KING 8T, -irANfED.-EVEUY IIOUSEKEEt'EK IN W Lancaster and vie! nit v te knew that we have added te our large stock of .Ceflecs a New llrund, called THE WESTMINSTER Gelden Maracaibo Coffee. And In order that this coffee gets Introduced In this section or the country we ere Klvlne away free a fine let of Blherware, consisting of Napkin Kings, Hugnr Hpoens, Table Heens. llutter Knives and Large Knives nnd Ferks, ull of HhefllcM manufacture. One piece with each and every pound. This brand Is a delicious table beverage. It Is double the strenstli of Mooha or Java coffee nnd prepared expressly for high-toned trade, and bclnji used largely by all of the finest hotels in New erk nnd ether large citiesand the price Is se low thnt It brings It In reach of every person. Remember, we have the finest brands of cedecs In the suite, and our prices nre lower than the lowest, quality con sidered. WehaveallSX, 15, 18. U, , 21, A, T,, Ii, M0 and 40 cents per pound. Bargains In Dried Fruits, Peaches, Apricots Prunes. Prunellas. Ac nt from three In five cents per pound less than same quality can be ueugui at eisewuerc. Samuel Clarke, Agi, Tea,CeflVc and Urecerj Stere, 12 A II Houth Queen Ht., Near Centre Hqunre, I.ancnster, Pa, A T KEisra. SUMMER DRINKSEASON OP 1890. A OllEATEll SUCCESS THAN EVEH. GENUINE CALIFORNIA ORANGE CIDER, Raspberry Nectarine AND French Blackberry juice. We call jour attention te our Genuine Cali fornia Orunge Cider, Raspberry Nectarine and and French IJlackberry Juice, the purest, best, most heulthful, delicious and refreshing urltiKs known. They nre Indispensable te you If you run a soda fountain. ou cannot de without them If vnu sell drinks otherwise. Thev will sell faster, pay von a better profit, und glve mere universal satisfaction te our customers than any drink you have ever sold. They positively contain NO ALCOHOL nor de they centnln nnvth'ng Injurious. Can be sold anywlierj without Vlelatlm? the Law. They can be sold In almost any form. May be drawn from n fountain, or from the cask, or may be bottled and Kept en Ice. They make delicious flavoring for lemonades, milk shnkes, etc, nnd when frozen nuike deli cious Sherbet. We pack these goods In six gallon kegs. UUY TUE GENUINE. Don't be deceived Inte buying cheap nrtifl clnl irnsh which will sour en your hands. He member vcegiiarnnlce every cask of our goods te keep. They positively will net sour or fer ment. J. FUANK HEIST, Lancaster, Pa. i-We will send free with each keg, three C-eunce glasses and one weed faucet. Thcse goods nre impel ler articles, mere dclli Inus than soiiawaicrer oieer leinperanceunnKs. jney will sell faster nnd pay you n belter profit than nnvthlngveu can bundle. Order n keg. ou will never regret It. llcspectlully, J. FRANK REIST, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL OKOCEIl, COKNEK WEST KINO AND I'ltUCE HTS. Directly Opposite J. II. Martin &. Ce.'s Dry Goods Stere, aud Next Doer le Serrel Hor-e Hetel. 3-Loek for the Illg Sign nciess the pave ment. liU (Ooebo. Ol PEN EVERY EVENING. Fer Bargains. -OO TO- P.C.SNYDER4BH0.. Ne. 14 West King St. EYerythingSeld At and Belew Cost, AS WE ARE FOSITTVELY GOING OUT OFUUSINESS. maj5-3uul V"EW SPRING SUITINGS. WATT & SHAND, HAVE MADE SPECIAL PURCHASE OF FIFTY PIECES New Spring Suitings. S6 Inches Wide Rreken Check and Nnrrew Stripes In Urewn, Green, Tan and lllue Grounds, never sold for less thau 5C, new Jfc a yard. NEW FRENCH STRIPED HENRIETTAS, 40 Inches wide. New SbaJrg, llnmUmnu Qual ity, t-Mc; worth Toe. Everv- Desirable Shade in CSHMERE HENRIETTAS at 15c, Sec, .KM", 'Oc.TjC te 1100 a yard. MOHAIR URILLIANTINE's In Illnck. Cream and Latest shades ut ;5c, !7kc, WcuedTica yard. 1II.ACK HsTIN STRIPED QRENAUIM'S, Llegaut Quullty, Sl'iia nrd. I1I.ACK SILK DRAFEHY NETS at 7".', 87'c, 31U0, !lite$-l(Ua jard. 13LVCK fll.K LAfE FLOUNCINGH at 75c, ,s5c, IHO, II ii, 1 W le I i 50 a ard. SILK AND WOOL GLORIAS In lllack and Celers, -hi tncliM ide, SI ai u )urd; usuul price, JISO. 6, 8 AND 10 EAST KING ST, LargeWhitePotatees NEW YORK STORE, Dry meeh: w 1LL1AM80M A resiH. THE NEW DRESS GOODS! A Uitivatli UHlr nA Wir 1lAaa Lat.rln IfUm. nijii'iuuua urn uw"i wi-u nui . H im only utere hi Hie city where Hip genuine arllcl (I 11 far nale. Wldlh, 40 And 11 Indies. Vrc9,lM I prr jnru. Children's Embrelderei Caps A Mill Hits. White and Colend Mull Hats, 47c. Embroidered Caps, 2V White Embroidered Tarn O Shanters, 11.7 i. Cream and lllack Surah Hats, 11.18. lNFANr.-l AND CHILDREN'S LONCJ AND SHOUT DRESSES, IadleV White BhlrU, 3Se te 2. Ladies' Ready-Made Dresses And MORNING WRAWKIW. SILK aud LACE SHOULDER CAPES, CLOTH JACKETS And BEADED WRAPS. Lltlle Beys' CnmbrldKO Tunic Suits, l.7j te 300. Ladles' nnd Girls' Iltouse Waists. Snreh Silk WalsU. Ijiwii Tennis Suits nnd Skirls. Children's Kill Skirt Suits and Little Girls' Drcw.es. Infants' Leng aud Short Coats. MEN'S AND BOYS' Summer Sbirts and Underwear. Demet Shirts, 25c, INc nnd fiOc. Sntlne and Cheviot Shirts. Flannel Shirts from !. Gents' summer Undershirts aud Drawers, U3c p-r aarment. Colored llallirlgKan Underwear, :LV per gar ment, or Gic tier suit. The Elichmte While Dress Shirt, Jt each, or tJ 10 ier half iluen. GENT'S AND UOY.S' Summer Suits! In Sack and Cutaway Coats. Heys' Drcvs Sack-Ceil Suits. 10. 17, 17.50 te 112. (kill's Dress Coats nnd Vents, 110 te lis. Gent's Light-Colored Dress Trousers, 13 te 18. Thin Coats and Vests, and Single and Double Deuble Ureasud Duck und Fancy Flannel Vests, LADIES' AND GENTS' Flat-Brim Straw Hats And GIRLS' SAILOR HATS. Lndles' riat-Drlm Straw Hals. 2je and 47c. Yeung Gent's Flat-Urlm Straw Hats, Black, WhlteandNavy, S0c. Girls' Sailor Hull, 25c, KW, 75c and SI. PATENT-SEAT BABY CARRIAGES AtClesliis-Out I'rlces. BOYS' SAFETY BICYCLE, 116.50. SHOES. Our Bright Dongeln Flotlble Sole l'erfect Flttln? Ladles' SIkmh, nil widths, AA te KE, Opera aud Square Tees, price $i.&0, Is the unl veisal favorite. Carlten's Blended Tea I An unadulterated nrttcle. Sainnle nackaee free te ull. This ten Is from choice pickings of ' inula nnn unine iuih, ami is guuranicea a itrictly l'ure Tea. bend for trial package. A Ladies' Cleth Jacket Bargain! Threp Dollars Cut un Every Garment. Si.1.00 Tucket cntto87.ne. 11 te Incketeut te 0 00. sW.lnukctciit te o.re. 8.00 Jacket cut te 5 00. All ficMi. new stvles. lleht nnd dark colors, i nil made full sleeves and pull shoulders, some wuu cdi(! inni ure aujtisuieie. Gent's Thin Underwear. Gessnmernnd BilbrlKKnii Shirts and Drawers 50u tier trnrmeut or II per suit. Lisle 'Hi read und Silk Underwear. Dr. Warner's Light Weight Weel Underwear, summer ShlrM In Silk, Flannel aud Hornets 'I iremyc iuji.ju. SPECIAL BARGAINS IN SUMMER DRESS GOODS ! 12'Jc Salines, 10c. I2),u Glnghanih, 10c. Wash HelgeK.Jc. Novelty .Suitings, .'ill In., He. Weel Suitings, -ta In., Itc. Challles, 5c. '1 liehlt New Weel Dress Goods, U In , Ve. Aud Many Mere Bjrgalut. YOU SHOULD CALL AND SEESOMESFE CIALVAL1 ES IN EMBROIDERIES, 2c te J2.00 Per Yard. Embroidered Allover und Hemstitched Fleunclnus. aiv. i Bhick Nit nnd Silk Ijice Fleuncings, 73e te ..-. vei, ,3C per juiu, COLORED MULL HATS FOR CHILDREN. SUMMER OUTING CLOTHING. BICYCLE SUITS! In Navv Blue and Oxford Brown at S0.50. Beys' Leng Punts, nuiile of strong und dura-1 eie material, jusi me Knrmeni ler worn or SCUOOl UUr, 7iC, 'AX', tl, &!., Jl.il". Fer Fhie Dress Wear Our Giant A"ortinent of Nent and Stj llsh Fat terns U superb. I'rlces Itangc-r.', S-'uO, t 81 00 te te. Gents' Comfortable IFoetwear, The Goods-car llnnd-Sewed Bhee. S3 00. Au Extra Fine Calfskin Mine, made In all I widths and in nil the i.euist khapes. hand-1 Mimeiy biiicuea vi uu sua, uui ruuge ui sizes, in I v.engrcss or laicc ireui. Flower Garden Implements Sprinkling Cans extra double Bleck tln-t), qt.,a7c: Uqt., Ue, I2ilt., 03c. I'oueie uieck uu, jupanncu, u qi.,ejc: sqi., . S3c. Garden IIerc In all crades. Baby Carriage Bargains. IMces Cut le Cost te Cleso Them Out. 825 Cnrrlnce nt 22: f.-O CnrrlnKent $20; K51 Carriage ill fJJ; KM Carrlaue at IIS: l tr-i riaijesi,. ; iiuuarnaireai ii.-; iiimrrmtjn, Jl.'i-urrlugc ut ' J ; llUCurriuge at 17 ; W Carriage J CARRIAGE HARNESS. V nri. nfTprlnr nt t XCC-CdlllSlV low PriCCS. A lull set with breast band, JiW. A full set,T wuii ceiiurnnu iiuiui,iv.iv, Beys' Safety Bicycles, tl(l0 AND JJO.0O. 32-38 East King Street, IAN0Ai3TEn, FA., j lliafflseii (6 Fester. Vi Hi HAUM.I Oi,, UAIUUVIUAU, IA, i rflwj. .