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SATUBDX1 wme ! -" - "" w- v i"7 f v- tl ..jl TH ctevcn. Fer tbC tSIKM-JOESCEIl. Tuny are sweet, sweet tens '.hat the birds slug bore, They have thoutandaetblosaomaand flowers, And levers may dream by many n stream In the ahade of the wild-weed bowers. fiat I'd give all these birds, blutaemi aud tree. Leve :ill nf them, ever and ever. Fer tin hour' short walk In the dear hemc- tlcld. WeUt-dcep In the sweet rod-clever. mil F. JtcSparran. FtentscE, Alabama, June 1890. A WONDF.IlFfJI.. 1JOO. fcl . a. ..-.. - L,i.i ... . QtMli.tl tfm A91017 i,uai i pm i" i. .--. Truth. Frem the New Yerk Sun. t t lui'n .u-iii.il u irnml many IiuntliiK rl.a M --I. I 1.' II .terlllVll. II Well-kHOW'Il fccrnnleii sportsman, the ether everling, uuniiOKreaiest unu j. ' "- panlel, and my last experloiice was .peculiar. I get the spaniel when lie was a four liintlllm lllll. 1111(1 ilO ROOI1 bOcaillO SO miipli .iiini-lietl te inu thatlie wouldn't fel low any ether momber of the family nny- WUere. lllll uoiero i g'jv uiruuu wnu iiiui Iih iMirvekcd me mero than nil the does I Ipver had put toctlier. I owned two mero spnniulsui.il were oxceiioni paririuRe or rabbit hunters, anil when the young deg was a llttle tneni than a year old I began te try te teaeh lilm te hunt with them, ile was liener nrcu tuan iney were, nui i couldn't cut lilm te run with them for a red. He Kept cloe te my heels from the time I started for the lleltl till I cot b.ick. Clet hlni smell efilcail birds ami rabbits, itid did everything I could think of te teach lilm hew te range, but It wuh usolesi. I took him nfleld e cry tlme I did the btliers, and I exllausted all or my taut mid pallonce te make something of lilm never tbused him, always treated him kindly, but away from my heels I couldn't drive him. Ile obeyed me overywhero oxeept ,n the fields mill weeds, and toward the siid oftbe hunting season I made up my aitnd te kill hlui. 1 " I was out sheeting for the last tlme aver in Benten township. The deg hid be javed in the same provoking way all day, uid.a I bat res'.ing en a leg I called hlni m me, looking lilm In the cye nnil said te aim in an ordinary tutu1 : 'Old fellow, I'm jeing te blew Uib ion of your lieul oil' wlien I get yen in tbe w oeds.' I intended te sheet ilm todeathjitstas niuch as 1 intended je go te bed that night, and when I gut te tu out-ef-tho-way plaee in the weeds I .locked my gun without looking around nidsald: 'Come en old fellow, I'll put mi ind te ynn right hore,' supposing that the te;? wns nt inv huels as usual. He didn't leiind forward, as I oxnected him te, mid i looked behind me. The deg wasn't hore, and I haven't seun him lrem that Inv te this. Mv liame was en the cellar, mil I knew that homobedy In the country rvnulii run across lilm, but I didn't care .vh'-tlicr they uiil or net. "Thn str.inirest tlilua about the deg miiie later. More than three, mouths lter that a Uenlen tanner called nt my lotise and wanted te knew III. nail lest it leir. I teld'hlin the nueer clrcumstances. uid be went en te s.iv tfiat after dark, en hu same dav that I had ceme se near kill nir the seaulel. he heard nemethlnt! scratch- tir. nn bid littrltmi ilnnr fiillnu'pfi hv a fillltt .vhlue. He opened tbe deer and in eanie u v ilnf. Thn man lived four lulles from '.vfiere I had missed the spanlel, and he iakl that the, deg maue miiiscu peiiucuy it home from the moment he onteicd the 'louse, and took te evcry member of the uuiily right along, no said no nan uumeu villi the snaniel a number of times and rliat s1iq jiadjiavpr boeii a better bird deg of iiaLurccu. 1 linn nun iiu will nuicuuiu iu lie spiuiel and I suppese be has him yet. " New. what nuzzled me was, did that leg knew what I said te him when I told ilm that I was going te blew the top of his lead off when I cot him up Iu the weeds? ")rdld hojudge lrem my countenance or lie manner tu winch i spoite te mm inai i run it te kill him ? Ile had never left my mels before, nifd his seeking protection ' neng total strangers four miles from the poi suowetl mai ne Knew a goeu ueai nore thau I supposed he did. " CONCERNING HYPNOTISM. V Grent English l'hyslcian Thinks It el no Cousequenoo. ilr Andrew ClarK in the May Lancet. The first thing that strikes ine In conncc cenncc conncc ,ieu with hvpuetlsm is tha conlldenco .villi fvhich It isasbeitcd that it has"bren iroved beyend dlspule te be se .successful hitit cannot drop. But lam old enough e romcinber net only thai this was said n the tlme of mesmerism. Practically, nosmerism fell into desuetude ilfteen ears age. Except In distant cerners such i thing is scarcely heard of. New from louie rose-arches which have been con cen lucted at Nimey and stimulated by the op position of the Jjilpetrlere school, we linve I: a subject once mero bieught befoie us, mil we me told .of the advent of a great mpertant practical truth. Once mero we iroteld that hypnotism lias established ,tself for all geed. I have no hesitation in prophesying Hint befere twonty-iive years iavn lv.is'ed It will be ill the same position '.hat it was twonly-tlve years age. Tbore .' P ..IT ,!. ..!.,. I .....I. 1.. l.i ,s a measuru in mi siuiuiuji ititin in tuu issumetl inuueiicu ui nyiniuiiain, uuu urn ixplnuatien niust be i-ought in the lelatlen if what we call will te tbe body. In these ixperlmeuts', tee, we have attention and ixpeclaney, which, being combined with sill in a romarknble dogrce of conceit .ration, are capable, as is well known, of wringing about very rcmarkable results, riioienro many homely illustrations of '.Ids fact. Yeu have get a nicking hcad ichu j suddenly some person Is unex pectedly announced, and your hcadache is one. Or you may fmve a patient sulfur 'ng from 'eslivcuiB-, and racked ilh iiorients, until the mucous membrane has jet into a state of chronic irritation. By jiving n biead pill aided by suggestion, you can se iullurmcc tbe mind that the bread illl will be certain te succeed in sight cases out of ten. Iu these facts we have the uvroundwerlforn great many of the phenomena of liypiietisni. Collbe Inobrlety. Dr. Mnndel. of Beilln. has lately nub- (lislied a clinical study of this neurosis, his observations being made upon ine women nfthe working population In and about Essen. He found large number of women who consumed ever a pound of colfce iu a I'week ; ami seme men drank considerably iinere. besides beer and wlne. The le.idlnc lliyiiiitems were piofeuud deprcssinn el sjutiis, ami ircqueui. uuuuaunus, inn m m iemnli. A strong deiO el coll'eo would ro re ro liuve this I'er a time, then It would return. Tim muscles would become weak aud 'trembling, aud the hands would tromble 3 lieu at rest. An increasing aversion te Iuber and any rteauy work was nouccame. The heart's action was rapid and inegular, and palpitations and a heavy fceling tin the precerdial legion ere preseut. Dyspepsia el an OMieme nervous lype was aUe present. Aiuto resicca was common il'l tliese cases. Thoe symptoms con stantly crew worse, aud are only iclioved by large quantities of coffee, generally el fthe liilusleu. In seme cases the tlncture ilwusnsed. The victims suffer se sorleusly j'lhiit they dnre net abandon It, for Icar of f death. Whero brandy Is tnkeii, only tem- ' perary relict fellows. 'I he lace becomes .a.illi.tl' ftlljl llin ll'ltltla n.i.l Clftt itl.l '1,1(1 n.,,,wi, , ....v. ...w . .... i ,,iu -. vw... , ...... an expression of dread and ncenv settles 'ever the countenance, only rolieved by using ttr dig uoses 01 leiicc. lnnllinese cases, acule Intlaminatlens are likely te appear any time. An injury of nny part of tlie body is the starting-point for Inflam mations of an erysipelateus character. Melinchelv and hysteria are present iu all eases. Cell'ee inebriates nre mero common 'among the very nervous, and are mero concealed because tbe ellects of excessive doses of ceffee are obscure and largely un known. Many opium and alcoholic cases , have an early history of o-aessiio use of cedec, and are uluavs mere degenerate and dilllcult te treat. A very wide Jleld for i future study opens up lu this direction. , An I iidersTOiiud Journey. It fceems that alter all our Mammoth and . I.uiay caves haveti formidable rival iu the , old world which has only remained undo- ynleped through astonishing lack of enter prise 6n the part of the natives. The grotto of AdeUbsrgl has been known for several centuries and celebrated for Its beautitul stalactites, but Its tystemnllc exploration dees net appear te have been dreamt of un til recenlly tlie Londen J)(tii, Xruf savs that various citizens of Adulsberg. wishing i te ascertain whether tlie Olteknr Cave, dls ' covered a year age at seme ilistauce from Adelsberg, was in any wav connected wltli the great cave, followed the eourse of 1 the subterranean river Polk. It vias 1 known that feitv years age a party of ox ex 1 plerers had their progress barred by a 1 large lake, and the present advunlurers 1 tlicrofeioiurVled with them a beat. Ii.iv 1 ing fc ic-esslullj crossed Ibe body of water ' iientlQiied, tliey cume te lelly galleries .1 ....1. Hkl..l. I1.A !- MnwArl. It Mn i!. ii. .H ... Imim tnllinfttl-SAm. possieio ve v-m UII u urn..-. --- -- fl but at intetntls it expanded Inte wnall . . . K.".t In It 11-MM1. At ukc, ana me "", "- "TSi " last thegnllery branded into two coWdera, one of which Hie etrnam reudprcd im passable, while tbe ether was high and nuUedry. Tlie beat wa-drar-gea tin, and tlie mrtv procecdod. After crossing a fourth lake, tlie largest tUey had met, they found that the Ottoker Cave had been reached. The Journey through the gal Ierlcs lasted six hours. The oxplerors saw that they had by no means penett-led te the remotest parts of the grotto, and there is evidently still a wide lleld for discovery. Electric. Cnnnl Beats. Frem the New Yerk Star. Think of a, canal beat moving by elec tricity 1 It seems nbsuid, doesn't It? Electricity suggests something awirt, some thing that rushes along with resistless energy, while astonished multitudes gaze iu admiration. On the ether hand, canal canal beats have always been associated with laziness. The slew and recaleitranl mules; ihodustverinuddytowpith s thoexplotory drlvors,"have been celebrated In song and story until nonetly can Imagine n canal canal beat without theso accessories. Yet it Is net improbable that by another season the canal beats ill be prepelled by electricity, the power being! communlcated by what Is known as the overhead trolley system, such ns is used te propel cars In llosten, in Albany nnd en the electric railway bo be bo tween 'Ceney Islaud and Brooklyn. A promlnentoleclrlcal cnglueerorBunale has devised the plan, nnd the Marine Review and the .Klcctrical Jlevicw approve of It. Experts say that the cost of taking canal beats from Buffalo te Albany can be materially reduced by the employment of electricity in this way, and that the speed of the beats can be greatly Increased with out Injury te the banks of the canal, such as Is caused by tbe use of screws in the stern efa beat as a metive power. Mules and towpaths nnd drivers would disappear uiiiler this new system, since one man en a beat could lmmlle the trolley and the rudder at the same time. The Marine Review says that the cost of moving the beats in this way would be about half what it costs new, nnd that the peles nnd ether npplin'nces for the overhead wires and the plant for the mnnufaclttie of elec tric power can be established without the sllgbtest hindrance te navigation. Surely this is indeed the electric age, when canal canal beats are animated by its Inlluence and made te glide along as iiuictly us a swan, and almost as swiftly. A Kevlscd Veralou. The most interesting feature- about the oil boom in West Chartlers, Pa., is the fact that nn oil well has been sunk en the property of the Lulhernu church. Bo Be sides the bonus of ?G00 paid te the church, it Isrecelvliiga royalty of mero than $100 'a day. Consequently a new church aud fiarsonagearo planned, the pastor's salary las been raised, and the church contem plates extending 11 nauclal help te the ,'sy nod of which it is n member. One of the mem bers iu cntire ceed faith has suggested thiscinondatien of the doxology for use by the congregation : PralaoGed from whom all blessings flew, I'ralne Him for putting oil belew: 1'rnlse Him, yp drillers, clvebenrty thank;, 1'ralse Him for the overflowing tanks, IMsmnrek's Liquid Allowance. "I nm only allowed," says Prince Bis marck, "te drink thrice adayn quarter of an hour niter each meal, and eacli tlme net mero than half a bottle of red sparkling .Moselle, of a very light and dry character. Burgundy ami bcer, betii of which I nm extremnly fend, nre strictly forbidden te me; se nre nil the strong lihenlsh and Spanish wines, and claret. Fer some years past I have been n total abstainer from all these generous liquors, much te the udvantage of my health and my 'con dition. ' A SyinpathotteSoul. Slistress (te new hired girl) Bridget, you can go new and put the mackerel in se.il:. Bridget (sympathetically) Sure, ma'am, air ye rejuced te that 1 Threw Avrny S360. " Troubled with asthma for eltsht years. Net qultotwe bottles of Tiemm' Elcftrie OH cured me completely, nfter upendlnc S-SjO without tha slightest benefit." This Is what August Trub ner, of Tyrene. Pa., says. Sold In Laucuster by W.T. llecii, 107 and IS!) North Queen street. The Ce ml ni: Comet. It Is fancied by a grateful xitren that the next comet will appear In the rerm or n hu-e llettle, having " Gelden Medical Discovery" inscribed upon It In bold characters. Whether this conceit nnd Miih compliment will be veri fied remains te loc-n. but lr. fierce will con tinue te send forth that wonderful vegetable compound nnd potent eradlcater of disease. It has no enunl In medicinal uudhcnltli-gtvlng properties, for Imparting vigor nnd lone te the Ilcrnnd Itldneys, In purifying the bleed, and through 11 cleansing and renewing the whole ss stem.- I'er -croruleus humors and consump tion, or lung troubles In Its early stages. It is a positive specific. Druggists. F,S(fcw Some Doubt the lllble And the motives of its authors, but none who have used them doubt the elllcncy or Jlurtleck Meed Jlillen. This splendid bleed tonic Is without a peer. Sold in Lancaster by w. T. Hech, W nnd 139 North Queen street. Special Jlotitce. IluuUleu'B Arnica Salve. TH it IlKHTHAiATEiutlieMerld ferCuU,l)rul8t Seres, Ulcers, Halt Hbeum, Fever Beres, Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Cerns, and ull HllluKrnptloeH, and positively cures riles, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed te give per per per foctsaUsfactlen, or money refunded. Price 35 ecnts ler box. Fer sale by W.T. Hech, Drug gist, Six, W aud VU North Queen street, Lan caster, Pa. lunc-7-lyd Proved a Mil Ikment.l " Has magical palii-kllllng and healing proi prei crtles. Hull a fifty cent bettle cured ine of rheumatism and a cold l hat had settled In my hack. Fell niiWeH us well n 1 ever did lu inj ure. Olie J. Decsbury, prep'r JluUuml City Sens, Helland, Mich., -peaking of Dr. Themat' ti lectrie Oil. Held In Lancaster by W. T. ilecb, U and IW North Queen street. The New Discovery. Yeu have heard your friends nnd neighbors talking about it. Ven may jeurseir be ene or the mun v he knew trem jK-rseiml experience Just hew geed a thing It In. if you have ever tried It, jeu lire one of its staunch friends, be cause the wonderful thing alie it It Is, that when once given a trial, Dr. King's New Dis covery ever uftcr holds a place In the house. If j en have never used Hand should be ntlllcted with n cough, cold or any Threat, Lung or rriipst trouble. M-cnre u bettle at enceiiud clve It a fair trial. His guaranteed every time, or. .. 1...I HVI..1 llnlllui Lpf.A ( VI' T T. Heels Drug Blerc, Ne. IS) N. Queen str street, ljuica.-ua'. i'a. Hiivv About the Deses, Many people before purchasing n niidiclne nnlurally luquhe theslze or the dose and the strength or It. In us'iig HurJuc k Jlloeil Jtilters n uaspoenhit for the llttle ones nnd luotea luetea luotea Hieonfnls ler grown folks nre all that lH ucces sarj at one time. '1 his magnificent incdlclne Is net only economical, but very pleasant te the table. Mild In l.incsstcr by v, T. Hech, 137 and 1KI North Queen street. Methers! Mether 1 ! Motlien t I ! Are you disturbed at night aud broken of your lest by a sick child sintering and crying wllh hu"icriicIat!ugpalnet cutting teeth 7 If se, gout mice and get n bottle ufMItii. WINB LOW'H HOOTIIINU HYKUP. It will relieve the peer little sufferer lmmedluU'ly depend upon It; there Is no mistake about IU There Is net a mother en earth who tnm ever used It, who will net tell you at once that It will regu late the bowels, and give rest te the mother, aud relict and health te tbe child, eperutinglllie magic It Is perfectly safe te use lu all cases and pleasant te the tastn. and Is the prescription of one of the eldest and best female nhyslcluus and nurses In the United Htatcs. Held everywhere, 23 cents a bottle. Iune2ilyd4w .Satisfaction I'lilvel'isfil, " In the past three months I have sold one hundred unit sl bottles of 7'Aemns Ikh-rttic Oil Never saw a medicine In my life that gave such universal satisfaction. Cured mi ulcerated threat lur me lu tuentj-reur hours, never failed te relieve my children or croup, ' C It. Hall, druggist, Gruyvlllr, HI. Sold lu Ijincas ter by W. T. ilis'h, S1 and li!) North Queen A Sound Legul Opinion. K. Ilulnbrldge ilunduy, ILsq., County Atty. lay Ce.. Tex., sa s : "Have used Klc trie itlt ttrs with most happy results. My brother also, was very low with Malarial KevcriiiidJaundiic, butuscuied Uy timely use of this medicine. Am satisfied Electric Hitters saved his lire." Mr, 1). I. Wllcoxen,orilnrhoC.ivo, Ky..iidds a like testimony. saving- Hepesltlvelybellevcs he would have died, had Itnel Im-cm for Elcctrle hitters. This treat leiiiHly will ward oil", ns well eh cure all Mnlarlal Ill-rases, and for all Kidney, Liver nnd stemal h Iilsunlen stand" uncquiilcd. Price &V. and Si, at W.T. Hoeh's Drug Htere, t J7 aud tau N. Queen St.. l-'inc.istcr. Pa. Ki) served lilm Itluht. "Ihiiveuscd Ounleek Ulend JHIlm, aud am hsppy te mv they have done me mere geed thsii unvthlng et. Send n further (iiantlty ut ener. ' This man was a sullercr from dysic sl,i for twrnt j car- Hl name Is Alexander Leugh. and he lives ul Ali-'lia, MUh Held In LauuuKr bv W-. I llcx.lt 137 and IS Neith qiictu inert fOOD'S SAtlSAPARtLLA. ioed Health Yeu cannot have without pure bleed j Uicre Uicre Uicre fore te kcepSwcll. purify the bleed by taking Heed's Sarsnparllla. This incdlclne Tistlsts na ture te expel frehi the system ull humors. Im pure particles, and effete matter through tbe longs, liver, bowels, kidneys nnd skin. It effectually aids weak, Impaired and debilitated organs, Invigorate tl nervous system, tones the dlges Hen, and imparls new life 2 and energy DYSPEPSIA. " I Kufrered a great while with dyspep-'a, and tried a geed ninny remedies. A friend urged me te try Hoed'' siarsaruirlltn, and 1 hnva new taken two bottles. It has entirely cured me of dysjiepsla and a scrofulous affection as also en tirely disappeared, lean hardly And words te express my high appreciation of Heed's Harss. parllla." Aluen II. Meuielm, City Hetel. Lancaster, Pa. Heed's Sarsaparilla Beld by all druggist. SI ; six for S.V Prepared only by C. I. UOOD CO., Lewell, Mass. 100 DOSES ONE DOLIiAK 8U M KTZUKH & HAUOII.MAN. ULetzger Sc Havigrlima.n. IWASH DRESS G00DS. OUT1NO STUU'ES AND 1'hAIDS, DRESS GINOHAMS, VLA1N CIIAMIIIIAYS, SEKRSUCKEnS. WHITE DRESS GOODS! INDIA. DAWNS, VJCTOIUA LAWNS, DACE STRtl'ES AND PDAIDS, HEMSTITCHED FLOUNCING3, ADD AT THE LOWEST PRICES. Metzger& Haughman's Cheap Stere, 38-.40 west King St., Lancaster, Pa. (OPPOSITE THE COOPER HOUSE.) JJiltlCCtUrtCC. H. A nilOADS SON. NON-MAGNETIC ILii - .-. . m -j .. I, i. AM je of WatekhiM Silver Cases. H. Z. Rhoads 8c Sen's. 4 West Bay Your Sterling Silver Before the Rise Gemes-And It Is Coming! riELD AND MARINE GLASSES FOR TOURISTS. H. Z. RHOADS & SON, Ne. 4 WEST KING ST., LANCASTER, PA. ItlUlincvu Qiioeba CHEAT JUNE SALE. THIS 13 East King St. A Great June Sale REMARKABLE REDUCTIONS 5 IN- TRIMMED HATS AND BONNZTS, PRICES CUT IN HALF. Fer the Balance of the Menth We Have Made Sweeping Reductions Trimmed Hats, Straw Hats, Leghorn Flats, Chip Flats, Children's Hats, 01" ALL DKSCIUITIONH. Flowers, Feathers; Ribbons AND IN ALL DEPARTMENT ALL fiOODS AT HALF USUAL PRICE -THE- BONTON MILLINERY 81 ORE, Ne. 13 East King St., mr.lmdSAE LANCA8TEU. TA TNJECTOILS, itl'IJ i,IITI.i; tJIANT. HAN. cock Inspiraters and Electors, Ebcnnan lleller I'rcder, IViilxrtliv InHeler. Ainerhaii Injecteis, ull lu stock, nl JulIN ilUtfti. K3 cXtrulWuitteit, 107-tlll Iffll. STORE, Get the Best Is a geed motto te fellow in buying a mcdfclue, as well ns in everything else, Wy the universal satisfaction It has given, and by the tnnuy re re tnnrkable cures It has accomplished, Heed's Sarsaisirllla has proven Itself unequalled for building up nnd straightening the system, nnd for nil diseases arising from, or promoted by, Impure bleed. De netlexpcrlmenl wllh nny unheard of or untried article which you are told Is as geed as Heed's," but be sura te set only Heed's. UNDOUBTEDLY EXCELLENT. " I have been very much opposed te te-called patent medicines, but must be honest and My that Heed's Sarsaparilla Is undoubtedly an ex cellent preparation of great curative power, for I knew of many parties who hnve been vastly bineflledbylt." Dn. C St. Fae-r, 1223 Bldge Avenue, Harrlsburg, Pa. Heed's Sarsaparilla Sold by all druggist, ft ; six for K. Prepared only by C. I. HOOD A CO., Lewell, Mass. 100 DOSES ONE DOLLAK Beet. JFlt - J MOVEMENTS gev alc or &1cnt. F OH ItENT-HANDSOMK.FKONT KOOM nn 9.1 flnp Vf, l'WMll.'!nilMil. AiimI lcH'nlletiln tlie city for olllre or llulit busluest. Inquire of W. W. AMOsJ, luse-trd Allers Gallery. piOK ItFJJT- THAT LAUUE CENTRAL BUSINESS STAND, NO. 2D EAST KINO STREET. Inquire within. tnH-tfd THIOII SALE CHEA1'- A Twe-Story Brick Dwelling Heuse, 20 bv 2S feci, with two-story brick book build ing 12 by 2(1 feet. Dull ami seven rooms. Let 20ly 213 feet. JOHN H. METZLER, te IIH. UukeSt. s CCURE A HOME KOIt YOUK FAMILY. Secure a Heme for Your Family, FOR SALE ON THE MOST LIDERAL TERMS. Twe-story brick dwelllu beuses, lets IX feetdecn. en ljHicaster avenue, between Wal nut una 1-cmeti streets. Twe-story brick dwelllUK houses with mnn surd reef, percliex lu front, leu lib feet deepen North Tine, between Chestnut and Wulnul streets. TwOHiterv brick dwelllni; houses wllh front nrds, Iren fences, lets l.l fuet deep, en West uinui, eeiwccn ainry nnu rinescrrets. , Twe-story brick dwelllUK houses, leU 115 feet deep, en West Iemen slriet, UelMecu Charlette and Mary streets. f Thrco-stery brick dwelllne houses, lets ISO feet deep, with nil the modern Impreveicents, front yards, en West Chestnut street, between l'lne aud Nevln streets. Alse houses en Enst Walnut, North Lime North Mary, between Walnut nndlxMiieu.nnd Lemen, between Mary and l'lne street. All the above houses are In geed order, newly papered, gag flittireH lu all tlie rooms, water In th kitchen, and the cellars warranted te be dry, (Jill and see for yourself, no treuble te show you. JNO. K. GUI EL, 1 ,,.,! JACOIJ ORIEL, -cum. apr2fi-ljd.M.W.H. 320 North Marv StrceL jrutritintw. ITKNll t WOL , FURNITURE STORE, has removed te 13 East Klne strt-et, having full line of Furniture of every description at the lowest prices. Alse Undertaking promptly nf. tended te. Cull and examine our (feeds. uX-tMlt II. WOLK. l.'UI East King HtrrL H EINITHH'H KURN1TURE DEI'01. WIDE AWAKE lluyers (leslrlnu a eninlilnatlen of HlL-hest Qunllly of thn .Mitnufiicturcr's Art In ull the Newest and Latest Designs and the lxiutst l'rkes In Furniture, Curtains, Parler Suits, &c, Should h awake le tiidr own InlciesU and nil I upon us when their wunls nlll lm fully suik piled. We elft r Um1' a splendid aserlmeul of Tar tar Hulla In Tapestries aud l'lushen at spf daily lMv,- Trltts.; HEINITSH'S FURNITURE DEPOT, 27 & 29 Seuth Queen Street fK VOT WANT A KIRST-CLAVS rORTAHLE 1 En me and Heller, en ulnels, cheap, us the tollewji. prlK'sshew: U horM-pewcr. 1175 ; B her.c-p .er, S."i)! 10 tmrse-peti er, J75; 13 horse power, 7S: 20 herse-t)Wer, 11,175, call at JOHN illXTV .(liist Kulteu street. m7-tfd lOU I'KATT A CAHV AHIIl-STas DIHO I? Vales, Jenkins Vult-.llruiu (IIeIm Valves, Urustd.itu Valves, Iren liedy Olube VaUe. Iert-ifety Vuhes, I'ep Kifely Valves, Air Valves. Radiator Vnles, 1'iutl'a Hwluiilui: Cheek uUtn. Hrass Cheek Vulv-s.KoetVune. AUKle Vahes call ul JOHN BEiTB, 33 Ees fnltunH(ift mMra AT - XV King at. flry 00fr e PKN EVERY KVENTNO. Fer Bargains, GO TO- P.CSNYDER&BRO., Ne. 14 West King St. EverythingSeld At andBelowGest. AH WE ARK POSITIVELY OOINH OUT . OF 11UHINE83. m)'5-3md T IHE PEOPLED CASH HTORE, IN- SummerGoeds. FAST 11LAUK KIlKNCtl HATIMKH lilelld Celere uua Neat ElKures, which nre erydnn ble, 2Jc per yard, Thebalanccofsleckof KIOURED DAT1STE te ke at 10c per yard, Heme of these -oeds sold at ISe and 20c fJenutne Imported ZEPHYR OINOIIAMH reduced lrem tic and 37c te Sta. Demestic ZEPIlYn GINGHAMS In excellent styles at 10c and ):e. Heme of these goods eiunl the Imported In style. Geed STYLE CIIALLIKS at .Vfe, ns pretty In design and colerlnc s expensive Reeds. White Dress Goods. Plitie In Cords and Checks, Ltneu de I tides, Victorias, Nainsoeks, Plaids, Utrlpe, Ac. Full Lines of EMGR01DEUIE9 In geed quul. Ity, from the very narrow te the widest widths. 25 East King Street, . LANCASTER, PA. maraviydK atyct. i Am: Ani'ETSl CARPETH CARPETS ! Custom Rag Carpets A SPECIALTY Dyeing ! Dyeing i Dyeing ! LANCASTER FANCY KTEASI DYEING WORKH Are second te noue In Pennsylvania for finish el work of all kinds. Feat hers Dyed All Hhades. Orders will receive prompt attention. PHILIP SCHUM, SON & CO, NO. 1H) BOUTH WATER BTREET, - LANCAHTKll. PA. fcblKimd T HE LANCASTER CARPET JIOUHE. S. 5- V. GOODS AT THE DOOR ON FIRST FLOOR. NOHTAIRTOCLIMII. COOL, AIRY ROOM3. Prices Lewest. Stock Newest. 3HAUB & VONDEffeMITH, 18, 20 & 22 East Orange Street. auglyd KIelhiUD -piINE TAILORING. 1890 -SPRING.-1890 Fine Tailetng. The Largest and Most Elegant Asseitmcnt SPRING NOVELTIES New Reudy for Your Iniprctlen. We would also niineuiicu the purclniKoefa Jeh U)t of English Hultlug aud Treusering at a great sacrifice, which we will sell ut Astonishingly Lew Prices. -Cull early te secure a liHignln In these goods, H. Gerhart, ONLY DIRECT 1MPORTINO TAILOR INTHECITY 43 NORTH QUEEN STREET. -" dW.tfd 4-lciuv. KVAN'hMiOUlt. LEVAN'S FLOUR ! In the manufacture of this Fleur great care is exercised in the selection of the wheat, and by geed milling it is kept up te the highest standard and pos sesses all the qualities neces sary te make the Best Bread and Handsome Biscuit, People's Cash Stere, ftalacc of ahtcm. ALACE OF FASHION. ASTRICH'S 115 & 117 N. Queen St., LANCASTER, PA. CONTINUED ALL DAY Saturday, June 28th. Every nrtlole iu the More In sold nt lew Minn regular jirlec. Tnke mlvuntnge of this Cheap Day. In addition we offer ler SATURDAY the balauce of our stock of HATS a fellows : One let of Ladies' Colored Strnw lints, Bennets, Teques nutl Turliauf, at "e nplece: for this day only. One let of Lndles' Ulack Lnce Straw Hats, in all the leading nlmpes, at CJe nplcce. One let of Ladles' Large AVlilte Finis, at 10c apiece : for Ihls dny. . One let of Ladles' and Children's line Milan lints nt 48e nplece. RinilONS-500 pieces of extra heavy Douhle-Fnccd Satin Ribbons, two-tenod, in Nes. 7 nnd 0, for this day only; at l()e yard. Thcse goods ceme In very handsome comblnntlens. One let of Ne. 10 Double-Fnccd extra heavy Satin Ribbons, iu lutes, drabs, jienrls, shrimps and browns, at. 10c a yard ; for this day only. One let of Ne. 18 extra heavy Double Deuble Faced and Twe-Toned Satin Ribbons, la nil the finest combination, for tills day, at incnyaid. We also open Special for this tiale ene carton each of Ne. 12 Pure Silk Satin Ribbons, plcet edge, lu tlie following colors : Light blue, pink, cardinal, white cream, ernnge. yellow, golden, brown, old rese, gubelln, navy, myrtle, gendarme and black ; any of tlie above at Oe a yard. We also offer for this day Black Pura Silk Ores-Gralu Ribbons, satin edge : Ne. 7, at 8c a yard: Ne. 0, nt Oe n yard; Ne. 2,ntllonyard:Ne. 10,atl4e uyard; Ne. 22, at 1 Den yard; Ne. 80, nt i'ie a yard; Ne. 40, at 20c a yard; Ne. 60, at .Tic a yard. 8ccial for this sale. One let of Funuy Ribbons, pure silk, in satin, gres-graiu and melrce, Ne. 12, 10 and 22, ull geed colors, at 15e a yard. One let of large (Ine Damask Linen Towels, fancy borders, knotted fringe, size 22x42 luches, for this day, nt lUc nplece. One let of Real Torchon Laces, from 1 Ui 3 luches wide, nt fie n yard; for this day only. One let of Colored Slllc Gloves, for this dny, nt 12c ajmlr. One let of Real Lisle Frame Gloves at l.'c n pair. One let of Children's Mack Ribbed aud Plain Cotten Hese, full regular made, 5 te 8. at 121c a pair; only 1 pair of a size will be sold te ene customer. One let of Ladles' Drawn-work Whlte Lawn Handkerchiefs, for this dny, at Se apiece. One let of Ladles' Black Ribbed Cot Cet Cot eon Hese, nt 4e u pair; Oue let of Writing Paper aud Eu Eu Eu voleiics, In fancy boxes, nt 4e n box. One let of Turkish Towels at 4e apiece. z JtcfvincvntefB. s EAHONAULU GOODS I BARGAINS -1N- Seasonable Goods ! REFRIGERATORS At 13.00 and Upwards. 8CREEN DOORS, WINDOW BCREENb, BUGGY AND WAGON IIARNE88, Yen Can Hta tbe Largeit Line of BABY CARRIAGES AND Bey's Safety Bicycles At Prices OnaranUcd te licTHE LOWEHT III the City, AT SPREOHER'S Baby Carriage Bazaar, NO. 31 EAST KING 8T. ftrl7-trlTu.TlilH H ARDVARK,tf. GEO. M. STEINMAN & CO. Continental Lawn Mowers, New Quaker City Lawn Mowers, Hydrant Hene and Garden Hese, R E F R IGER ATORS ! JHWETT'rl Imve tlie lilshcst:n-iututl(Mi, kIe in nre nittlkfitctlen Willi lenHCoumiiiipllenof Ue, Minn any ether Rcfrl;vratur In tlie innrkl. Jewett's Water Coelers and Filters, Gem Water Fllten, Hammocks, Wire Window Screens and Wire Screen Deers. Hardware and Heusefurnlshing Goods. GEO. M. STEINMAN & CO., HI ,fc 'J WKVP 1CIN(5 STREET, iii-17-3nid.M,WS IANCASTEII, l'A. (&avviaaee, STANDARD CARRIAGE WORK, EDW. EEGERLEY, CARRIAGE BUILDER, W,12,A MARKET KTREE-r,(Rir of Hie POktettlce), LANCAMTEll, l'A. All the latent tlylealu lltik-sle, Fnnilly Car. rlai(e, I'lin-Uiun, Hurrnyn, CaLrlelet, l'liifteni", Iluckbeardii.Trnttlng Vuion(..Bimien Whkeiw, Market Wuk'Ohs, etc, new ready ler the irlnis Trade. . . A One line of Hccend-Hand Werk. New la the time le enlr for hi.rlne. Hlrlclly nrt-clKii work nnd ull work rully ituaruntml My iirhvd ure the liwet In the county for t!. wime (inallty of work. (lite men cull und ex amine my work. .... ., . Keiialiitliiif '" Repalrlnu' jremplly nl teudwl te and done In a llriit-clak-manner. One let of we.knien eieclHlly employed for that piiriMKiw A aENCV"i-OllC.'TLLATlAN A COS CK J inrnt te tnke the place of Red Lead. In hulk It make IHe time this quantity or red IfHiltfud U Urmperler In making stcuiiiJeuil, imcklnr man anil hand hole platet en bellen., Ac-, Ac, Price ai retjlii rer pound, pt JOHN Dritl'tfi ? J i-'i'Hep street. ui7'Wil rate of Fashion, tcuiclev.. w BrYflj JiMM 41 1 m yyATcnia, clocks, etc. t ml. && -r..i '-'i CLOCKS. ETC. tfil A full Rrndnalcd OnthalmleOptlclan wllltlWl careful nttcntlen le ihc correction of bad vleleB. v51 ucv rcjiairinr. afvl AAiltsBIR'S. 10PJ4 North Queen street. Near P. rt. n. rimnt' ap24-ljrd. jj.; ' riSWELER AND OR.VDUATE OPIIOIAX.M GILL! ?.i Mb . GOLD WATCHU8, .J SILVKK WATCHES, 4!l DIAMONDS, JT.WELRY AND CANB , &i vv Examination of Eyes Prttt Ne Dreps Used 1 i5. ... .. m l t-ilX i I ml I I :' - 4dl NO. 10 WKST KINO HTIIKET, iS LANOASTER, FA. 3 5 w- ILL HE HERE ANOTHER WEEK. H OwIhr ten Numbflref EngagetntnU. M m t OPTICIAN, .,,.., .If, ......... l-ntl IffAlltfDIl'llfVffVH TILL JUNE V8. All pcneui liavlur, trouble with OjilrKy aheuld call and have them examined. charge except for goe.l. w Walter C. HerrJ JEWELER, K iei North Queen St.Jl Owlus te the number of uawa w have tar treatment and iidJutmuiit.wnhflvedetermlaM . ua, p, urAnAnrinn vnin-m muuuav a neuueauajf jQieuiun,: . '- A& , rer inearcorumenaiiou oiinena wne nna n dilllcult and oxnenalvo te leave their work Awh- lng the day tlme. ,-it-tm OFFICE-SECOND FLOOR OK M Zahm'sCernei entrance: i 1 & NO. 3 NORTH QUEEN STBEST. tff -omce Hours from 7 te II) p. in MiHiaWyj nnu weiincnuay oiciciiweeu. t j ALL EXAMINATIONS FREEll r-T Ne Fees Charged I AlldUcaieaoftheEyi) treated aud eperatef en by a Graduated Oculist or UnquesttesM Ability, aud thorough aatlaraotteii unaranlet -a A FULL LINE OP . . . . ... j?i'i Watrhae Plnric .IawaIfv nnri KHVAFVIM?" uutvuua, vwa, we..j uuu uuiuihh . .""4 Aa Tien aa tne oveiua or ine aeaaeti, tiiw LeweatCaah llKurc. ;'; A Heclalty made or intrtcate watch S Jeirelry Repairing:, Mri Ernest Zahm. t .a miAuvvn nA'&m ZAHM'H CORNER, upr6Jiiid Vavaaets. R. n.Aii. r-C m ..?& HEADQUARTKRHFOR '4a t UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS! GREAT UARGAINU IN PARAUOLB. .& UMIIRELLAU IN GREAT VAHIETIKH. y GENrb'BUNUMHRELLAB. ,; AVAGON UMIIRELLAH. COACH PARA60L3. LACE COVERS FOR COACU VARAHOL4 UMMIELLAH AND PARAKOI-S MADE TO ORDER. ALSO NET l'ARAOI. n 1 1 t i ' t ra www iiiui rmvK w COR. OP ORANUE. H- . ar ryAHM'H CORNER. ,S Spectacle Department us BEPAIEIHO fa BEC0VEKIHO NEATLY DOIW. ATTIIK MAKERS. i& ROSE BROS, & HARTMAN,?! 14 East King St. M aprlSSmd -m iSiixta. TTAT8 NEW AND l'RETTV. Stauffer & Oe.,: T A l T - Jl TT.1.A..U Lancaster a ii&uuiig iiuiicns v v" Exhibit the Lnrifcst mid Rest Selected Htockef Straw and Summer Hats AT THE VERY LOWEST POSSlULEPRlCEHj Men's Fine Dress Straw Hats at 25 Cents,' CHILDREN'S at Any Prlce you Name. FINE LIGUT-WEIGHT STIFF HATS, In all the Summer Shades, at JUS te tS. LAWN TENNIS CAP8AND HATH. All Celere, TRUNKS AND TRAVELING BAGS Fer ine Vacation Scaseu, at Very Lew i'rtcM STAUFFER & CO., 31 and 33 North Queen Street, I.ANCASTKR.PA. fcTOTlCK TO THKSPASKKHH AND GUN 1 N ERH. AU erena are hreby AublddM te ireip;wa en nny ei lite !" w.MW t ndHix-cdwellestatealu lbanen or LaneaaUr umntles. whether lucleet or itnlneleMa, Mtbar for the pnriHMi of khoetiug or nauinf, aauw awNrtll be rkMdly enfer.H.d a luat iUl trej. TttJutnit en aaidlanda of t 10 ui.J. niillM Ibla notice. cei.EilAN FRIT M AN K.PERCYALWKN. KDW.O. FREEMAN, Alterneya for K. W. oelauian'i Halff, 5 5 J!