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THB LANCASTER DAiLY INTELLIGECEB MONfcAY,! JULY 7, 1890.
1 ti- lp J , r f !& , W t tIY av w ft. sw 3XM Btefc pK SIXTY MEN IDLE. rt'llLERS' HELPERS AT THE SUtyt'EHAm ?lll.L REFUSE TO WORK. They Make Demand Ter Scale lnthern. Statement Mnde Uy net li the Striker nl the Company's Mnrjntrers. Columbia, Juue7.-A strlke I new In progress at the Susquehanna rolling mill MBeag the helpers te the puddlcra. The fcctn concerning the causes which led te ih LmnlilA lmlweeu the manaseinenl and 'workmen are as follews: The Columbia Iren company have been Allowing what are termed scale gathorers. In rolling mills this work 15 usually performed by tbe puddlers' helpcrs, this understamling being in force at the Columbia rolling mill. Last week a committee asked for scale galherers at the Susquehanna rolling mill, and were told that an answer would be glven them en Tuesday, the 6th Inst, the foreman of the the mill, Mr. Brady, going te Buffalo in the mr-autlme. A wcend commlttce waited en Secretary Schall last renlng, when they were again ' UM that an answer would be given en Tuevlay. They Jeft expressing thorn thern thorn telvcs as MUstled. This morning when taa furnaces were te be charged the helpers advised the watchman that they would net go te work until the question Is ettled. This move, although It will net firevent the mill from running Indefinitely u the finishing department, shuts down the puddling department and sixty men are out of employment. The management claim that the ompleyuiolit of acale gather ers Is directly against the Interests of tbe puddlers, as partiality Is mero likely te be shown by weight being credlted where It dees net belong. The only claim the helpers make nre that the Columbia Iren company provide fccale gatbercrs and that an answer was premised en Saturday night. The fermer Is correct and the mill people cannot speak for l'oro l'ero l'ore man Brady, who Is abseuVany mero than te say that he was Instructed te tell the commlttce that an, answer would be given en Tuesday' W..U.1logentoglorhas rocelvod the cen-t.-at for tearing dewu the old Continental ,-netel, recently purenaneu uy tue r. it. it. ttev. uoe. until, ouiiuiueiiioviisi, cuurcu, delivered an eloquent and patriotic sermon last evenlng en the thuine, " The NutlenN Peril, or the Dungcrs which Threaleu Our Country. The tlreraaii'ii convention will be held en Tuesday night te elect a chlef and three as sistants of the Columbia tire department. Gotlleb Ilerk, Jehn Itcshnnd Iteury 1'esn were before Squlre Kvam en Saturday night, te nrnwer eoveral charges pruferrcd by Chris. Mevers, or Mountvllle. They were held lu ball for court. Death erjuincs A. Itlchurdn. Frem the Heading Times. James A. Richards, a natlve of IlerkH county, died last Saturday evening nt i Seuth Chester, en the ove of Ills Gltli birth day. He was n yeunger brother of the late Jehn S. BIchards, esq., and a cousin of Bentley II. Smith, Win. 1). Smith and Leuis Richards, esq., of this city. He was for many years prominently Identified with the Iren Industries of Eastern l'enn aylvanla. He resided for a long time at Columbia, Lancaster county, - where, lu 1SK1, ha built the Shnwnen roll ing mill, ene of the first mercliant mid b ir iron mills In the stale In 1872 mill 1S"I, he built the Lechlel blast fiirnnce nt llar risburg. He was engaged for many yours in prospecting for nud tuiiilnir Iren ero in Yerk, Adams, Franklin .m id CiinilieJniid counties, this htnte ; in the Shenandoah Valley, of Virginia, and lu the rich iron ere districts of southwest Missouri. He resided for seme years at Curntlck furnace, in Franklin county, new o-vnetl by Daniel 8. Hunter, fermerly of Iteadiug, and was , manager at Cerdella furnace, near Colum bia, new owned by Isaac Mcllese, of this city. Doceascd was bem at the Union Iren works, Albany township, this county, of whlcli bis father, James Itichards, wnsotie of tbe proprietors. He spent his youth at Jeanna furnace, wliore lie was employed in keeping stere at the works widen cre then owned by his urn Ins, WiUliain Darling and Levl Ji. Smith, and lu which hosubsu hesubsu iiueutly uctjulred an interest. He had but recently lomevod te Che-der, with the ex tensive steel works, at which plaoe his son, Louden W., was connected. Mr. Itlclinuls leaves u widow, who was a Miss Wright, of Columbia, and three children a son and t u diiughtcrH. The remains will be takeu te Columbia for Interment, the funeral eccurrlug en Tuesday nt 3 p. in. The btcumbeat ut J'etls.. On Suturday whlle the new be.il was being run en the Conestoga between Volts' landing and TeIIh Haln, It struck tt rock, running upon 11. Ltlerta were mude te get It off during the evening, but they were fruitless. On Sunday Mr. Peeples' secured a number of men and beya who succeeded in getting the crnll oil' all right. In the afternoon a miccessliil trip was nmde us ar down as tbe city waterworks, Thore were ever oue bund red poeplo en the beat, and the return trip was made in 28 minutes. The beat Is new having the seats put In, and Is getting Its first coat or ixdnl. The belieris that the beat will run nil light In tluie. Thore wus another great rush nut te Potts' all day yesterday und last evening. The electric curs were crowded en nvery trip, and the lieitn en the creek were iu almost constant use. Hud Werk te De. Rachel Wallace proved te Alderman A. F. Dennelly en Saturday evening Unit she bad work loge te, If horpunlsbment was net made tea Hoverolfor her disorderly con duct en the Fourth or July. The alder man made it light. She wan released from prison this morning and ut once went te work. - Struck lly h Team. A boy named l.lghtonbergor was knocked down uy a teim ut the coruer of Kast King and Lime strcets en Sunday ovening. The boy's recklesMiess uleun was the cause of the accident. He was lomeved te his home In the Seventh wind, and nn examination showed his Injuries te be slight. The 1'rUen lieurd. The beard of prison inspectors held thelr regular meeting this morning; nil the members were present with the exception of Messr. Wike nnd Lshlcntan. The only business transacted was the approval of bills. A Jeweler rails. Judgment was entered against D. 1 Greve, Juweler, this morning iu favor of J. H.Uroverer 50,317.50. lixocutien was Issued as seen as It was entered, and the sheriff levied en his stock. Without ft Querum. This was the afternoon for the regular meeting ofthe Lancaster City and County Medical society, but euly one membur ap. pcared nnd he lives in the city. Toe geed a day for harvesting accounts for the ab ab Bfiice of the uioniberK. rimei-Hl of frank Llvhty. The funeral of Frank Lirhtv took place eubunday afternoon from thoVesldcncoof ... Vretller-ill-!a,v Adam Studer, corner of High and iAtnel streuts, aud was largely attended. The societies of which he was a member attended in u body. Intermeut was made in St. Jeseph's cemetery. Father Schmidt conducted the services. Vitriol Throwing In New Yerk. Ernest Miller, 19 years old, u clerk lu a tea (store In ew Yerk, was ou his way home Sunday ineriilug when he stepped te leek at b fight and had some words with a young man, who threw a glass or oil or vllreliu Ids face, burning his left cheek, ear aud neck iu such manner that he will be disfigured for life. His assailant es caped. A Club Xlaht. The Hamilton club has Issued cards te members for a club night for ladles at the club house, Se. 39 North Duke street, ou .Tuesday evening from eight te eleven o'clock. Tliere will be music by a full ei rbestra. Lancaster's Populntleu. Supervisor Jehn H. Landls aunounces the population or Lancaster city, as dolor mined by the eensus or 1W0, te be about 81,600, a gain or 0.031, or nearly per cent. Columbia' population is 11,000. a train of ever 30 per cent. m Went Fer u, lleut. Lewis S. Hartman, W. S. Weavernud II. H. Hensel lea ttls afternoon for 1U1U 1U1U mere, te precure a Iwat Ter the Hay club. They will likely start en their annual trip ateut July nth, ' Workmen DlaMttsIled. The men employed at Ralker'a brewery quit work en Saturday. They complained, or being overworked by the foreman A telephone mossage Inquiring about the trouble wan answered by the statement thnt thore was no information te glve. It Is probable that the places of the strikers will be filled In a day or two with work men from ether places. ltcwlBtintteu Of Tier. David Andersen. Itev. David Andersen, for ten years pastor of the United l'nssbylcrlan church at Bart, this county, has resigned. Rer. Mr, Andersen, who ranks an ene or the ablest divines In his denomination, will probably engage In pastoral work In the West. Trinity Mithernn Clinrch JCxourateii Te Keadlnp, Mineral Hprlnjs 1'ark and ML l'enn Gravity railroad en Thursday, July 10th. Train leaven Qurryvtl!int6.J0 a, in.; fare, 12. lncnuter (Klnir Mt.), 7:10 a. m. Leave Colum Celum lilnnl7..Va. m,i fare, 11.60. Itnitlsvllle,8a.m.-, rare, f I ..VI. Mnnliclin, K:21 a. m. fare, U.3I. Mills, 8.33 a.m.; fare, 11. Ephrata, fl.M a. m.; fare, TO rent. The above rates Include slrrt carfare, villi dlrccllensmid 8 mile rldn en the Gravity mllresri, the new mrltcllbailc. JJ.W.M ' -i Twe Kxcuralens. The Junier Mlulenary seclctji of Trinity Lutheran church will ou Thursday conduct an excursion ever tlie Mt, l'enn Gravity read at Rending, The cot of this trip te peopie of Lancaster. Columbia, Quarryvlllc, Munhclin, etc., Is ery rcanonahle. The view of scenery from the cravlly railway Is niml, nnd a clay cannot he mero e njeyahly ent any here, 'flic Sunday schools of Trinity rliurch will picnic nt Mt, Gretna en July 10. Kxciirnlen te Mt. Gretnu. The Yetuic Mfn'M Clirlillun snoclatlen, of Christiana, will run an excursion from 1'arkrs. burg teMUOrelua en Krldny next. The train will leave l'nrkrbiir atfr.15, stepping at all stations as far went as illriMn-Iiand. COUl-ess of the linncaater Watch Ce lieiidn due July I, IPSO, will be paid en presentation by the holders thereof at the Karmers' National tinuk.ef Lancaster, en and after July 2, lt&0. It 1). RAMMUY l'ATTKIWON, Asslgliec. JL - iilarltct. l'lillnUelpliln I'roduee Market. 1'IIII.AIiKI.niIA, Julv 7. Noen-KIolirqulPtJ l'enn'n su;er, I'iV&in)', exlra. V75'4-I0'jj f.iniUy, H2.v.3fej roller, tJ W$i ; itenl, 8ITf4510. Wheat firm ; Ne. 2 Red new, H22c; Ne. 2 l'a. de, tifla Cern (inn ; Ne. 2, new, lljr.e ; old, te He. Oats fiulct; Ne. il Whlte ;,c.; Ne. "i mixed, 3le. Hran nulcl; Winter, $13 76M1I W; Hprlnir, I3KJ137J. linlrd hay dull ; 110(012 M an te (innlltr , ttrnelhy in 1013 U) for choice; iiiIxpcI, $7ttAm UOO; baled rye straw, new, I17OIA18 00. lliitter linn; l'mui'ii rreamerv tra )10e ; 1'cnn'a firsts extra, life; Jobbing, 20e) Keg steady i 1'cnn'a firsts, I5Je j held lets, Hit Ike, as te iftllly. Cluese stcafly; part skims, 537c; full skims iasc rotrelcum shady: refined In libln., J7 10. l'otateos steady ; fl OliutS 23 per bbl for new. I.tve HtoeK MitruvlH. HurKAle,Julyri.-Calll-tUvi'lits. 1200 hind; 100 Ter sale; steady mid unUieui;nl. Hheep mid lamba Hcr.ta,o,uehead; 1.MJ0 for sale; llrm, Reed demand. Hhepp. eliolce te extra, ft 7fwj.SV9; nirdliini In rimmI, HtiOQt 4 70: common te k'xkI, II KKnl A'). Iiinin SekI te choice, f (J 7.itf7 10 : Talr te ceed, f'l 4SA 71); medium t fiilr, fJ(V'i d IIeks llecelpts, H.n.M; l.aixieii sale , llrm and lilRher , selected medium tulghlx aud rclccled heavy ends, l UWil (Vj : j-eml te eliolce heavy, Jieulirt; stleclrd Ymk weliihis, f-ini MllVi; mixed plus and light Ytirkers, S3 tHJ 03W llKhtplKS,$JK3.'llM;ieiiijlil, fJU0e3 a); (ilnitb, ii T.Xj- ()iiiCAOe,.luty r. lUctluts, II.OTO, slilpmcnts, MU; steady ; beevts, 81 Wlivl W; steers, 13 I'Jfdl lil: ffeclicrs elid frediis. Si 3ljWl; rows, bull and mixed, Jl OW31U j Texas cattle, ltn.'J25. liens llect'liits. 8jOd: 8hlpmcnts,2iOO: insr Kel streiiL'! inlxtd, t.17(KKI'U; heavy, 1.1 70u3 05, llEbt, IJ 71K4 1 lid ; sltli, l-l OOa-l K). Bliecp Kueelpta, UU; shipment. ; mar ketste.'idy; natives, t-l 0000; Western. 1 1 Wrt f I Ml ; TexmiK.H uvil (i) ; lambs, l.'i l 10. KAHTL.niEUTr,.Iiily n.-Catlln-Het'1-irus. Eit; shlpnientN, i'IV ; market dull; prime, II 406$ 4W; rairteKiHHl.fltHk.ll'Z'): toMimen, Vl.til T.'i ; bulls, ceus aud stags, liaJ 75 ; ID cars slilpied te New Yolk. Hees lteeclpt. ilieij ; Klilpmviits. 1MK); inarkelilriii : ;iiiiiIIiini and Minted, 4 00..(,1 (ie ; common te best Yorkers, II 0014 de : l'lgs, II ( 04 03. Hhe Kecelpts, l'JKl ; shipments. 1200; market slew: prime, .VS 23; fair t geed. II 00 1.M; common, fliiUiU): vearllni; lamha, II (V, spring lambs WW:). I.tve .Sleck 1'rlces. l'lli.liKl.i-ntA, July 5. Tha ircelptsat the West I'lilladelphla aud North rrunsylvanla Druve Yards were: lleeves. Hheep. Hogs. Fer the week 8,17.1 HU) H,Boe Previous week . .'1,410 11,00(1 11,000 I leer Cattle were In large supply, l.Oiil head mere being en the market than for the previous week, aud with only 11 limited demand prices en all grade, except extra, declined .,e. We quete: Kxlra,".St6ie; poed, IUMt(e; niedl. uin, 4'i4Kc; talr, J'il'ie: common, 8yi'ic; culls, IWiilHe: fat ees, J'ftlSKc Chris hell, te Ucunls Hmylii, 16 Umcaster Comity steers, avirnge 121U lbs, iBH.r htm dred. Hheep were In fair request We quelc : Kxt 6Jfic; Koed,4!ii45c; medium, 4;($4je; co ra, com- Lambs worn In geed duuiind and Kehlglier. Woqtieteat4!,f..sc. Ilegsnerelu fatr rwincst. We quote! Oeisl Light Western, fOifcie ; Common Heavy, OJ, OeJe. .Milch cows were dull at S2345. Milch calves were. In peer demand at l!S80e , Ne Western arrived ami none ure wanted. 1'at cows cre In peer request nt ."i'ii'tXc HllpjH'ry ces wcru In moderate demand attlS J). llolegna cons were fairly active at 115. City Dressed lleuves Mere In fair demand nt &'37;j;c for steers and 6tc ter cows. I .eca I htoek unit IJeuita. Itcperted by J, II. Leng. l'ar Ijial Vflllin. kiiln. lAneasiercii), nvjujear 4 ser issi " " lO-JWyearl'sef lsxl " " I5-.X) carl's or KM) " HcIukiI 4's due ISM. " " l' liie ISM " 4-s due HUM Columbia lloreugh 4's duelWI Mnulielm Uureugli I!-; lean MIM'KU.ANKOUaHrOCKH, qnarryvlllelt. It Mlllemv llle hlreet Car Inquire Printing Company (lasllgtit and 1'uel Cemt.iny Htuvens lloiise(llondfc) Columbia Gas Cemimny . . Columbia Water Company HtiMiuchimua Iren Company .larletta Hellew-ware Htiivens Jlensn,. ... . JtlllersllloNermalSchool Northern Market llasteru Market ... Gas Cemiuuiy lleuds (5 per ct, I'M). Uuarryville It. It. 7's . lUuidhiK & Columbia It. It. S's Kdlsen Light Cemiuuiy Western Markit Heiitheru Market I.-ineastcrCltyHtrect Hallway Ce.,.. West Knd Hlreet Hallway . . luu tee Wi 101 hr ur lrtl 101 IW 102 1 (N M 40 10 lisj tun 110 100 1U0 tee ) M te 25 Id) 10 100 10) U) . 2.'i . U) U) loe 100 . 100 , All GO . M . W , M 60 100 100 M 25 II 2lV'i.2 210.10 1.03 Is 73 M UVI 107.20 lOK.JT. 57.50 47 3.5 15 m in 101 115 4H.50 07,7 100 no 37 23 20 Ml Jieix'lia t'ltllicr U., Watch Factory u's linc. Chilli. Ce.. . TCKNI'IKK SluCES JjJlicastcr A FrultWIle ... . jjincaiicr .v i.uitz . . Ijnrsisl4;r A Wllllamsteuu Umcaster A- Maner Ijincaslcr A Mnnlielm . Lancaster A Marietta. ijincasterA NewHellmid lllg Hprlug A lkaver Valley . UrldgciKjit and Ilersushnc. Jelumblu A Cbtslmit Hill. Columbia A Waslilngleii. Ciiiu-stegii A lllg hpring Marietta A Mount Jev tjiuc, Mt. Jey A KlUalM'llituHu JiiiucasUT A Susquehanna Lancaster A New D.1111 llle Columbia A Marietta Mayteun A KlluibcthUinn Uincaster A Hpbnila ,. .. Ijancaster A Wllluwhtnvt. HtrasburgA MIIIK)rt... Marietta A Maylou-n 1IANJC STOCKS. First Natleiml Hunk .. Farmers' Nalleuul Hank.. I'lllfim Vaflimiil lt.ilr 25 111) 25 4.75 lV,i 21 20 27 20 25 25 101 300 20 IS 23 HO 300 It 20 1.-J 4) 45.75 20 00 205.25 120 25 , 25 ', is 1(0 50 - ...w.. ..4. ........ ,,..,,,.,, ........ ,v iu Lancaster Ceunly National Hank. .. no 11V25 100 M) ..uiiuerii iauenai Jinnu, 100 IM 1'iepKV National Hank ... 1(U I'M Ke) stone National Hank, Mauhelin ion lis Columbia National l!.iiik . . ux) 135 Christiana National Hank ... 100 123 Coneslegii National Hank 1U0 Kh r.DbrutJi Nlitl.ii.ul ltatlr im 1.1: K!r"JSa,len"":uukit-'u'umbia.."' 100 11 k "tNat eualllank.Mrasburg. 1(10 113 ! "i i. """' 'wiiK,iarieiia .. First National Hank, ML Jey. LllIU National Hank.. ' 100 2IR25 110 1U7 1(W 140 100 100 KO 130.73 50 51 1(0 175 100 117 110 131 100 125 100 UZ Mountvllle National llauk. Maiihclm National Hunk Union National llauk. Mount Jey New Helland National llauk Ga)i National Hank. Quurryv tile National Hank KlIiRbftlitewn National Han Ccntrul National Hank. Columbia drum ami ii-ovihIeus. Furnished by H, K. Yundt, Ureker. Chicaoe, July 7, 1:00 o'clock p.m. Wheat Cern. OaU. Ferk, lird. uuijr,. ..H... ., . OSK1 XML il'. VI U -SB 570 August.. tax SAW T. 11 B.5 5M aw (September October . . SOT 27j 11 70 S7J November December Year .,. May(lbl). . Crude Oil July VI 3SJJ IVJJ Closing i'rlces-2:15 o'clock n. in. , , Vheat Cern Oats. I'era. July ... !f Uiii &i UM Lard 6 75 M 07 27-4r 11 M 7 . POJf .T7 S7ii 1170 JOT ....-- 'Sti, .... ..... A 03 Hptintr, Octeter November, Ispcmher. W,i Mny(imil)... ...... . . Consels Crude Oll-Jnly lujji 30 Iteceipts. Car ixjm. - 1 " WlnterWheaL... Spring Wheat... .. Cern Osts ......, llye ........,. , Hurley............ Consels M1- H Head. ..jo.eno Ilreelpla lle" Iteeelpui-Catile.. Stock Mnrttetn. HuolAllens by Heed, McUrann 4k Ce., banker 12 m. Ir.s 4 vr LAncswtr, ins. HIW YOIIK LIST. Atchison, Tep., Santa Ke. Canada l'aclne. a v. c i. ..... Colerado Ceal... Central Pacific...., , Canada Heuthern 11 A.M. ... wa Chi. HL 1 A I'Dg IXtn. A Rie (I Del. L. A W Kris ............,... Annul .... j. ..f 144 K 't$i 25 C8 73J, 7J& 143 t 2fl.' Krle 2ads .......... Jer O K. AT Leu. A N U Hbere. Mlcb.Ccn Hlssenrl i'aclne.. lOD mi heck, valley N. 1. - - - N. I. l'ref N. Went. lllf N. Y. U New Kngland... SI'S Kasl Tennessee- .. . Urnaha Oregon Transcontinental.. 41M Ontario A W.......... llAi 1'aclBe Mall - ItJ KIchmendTermlnnt 23 Ht, lul.,..........- 74 Texas l'aclne. Union Pacific M'A Wabastt Cem 12Jj Wabash 1'reC 26( Western C... WestHliere lleuds. PIIII.AnKLritIA LIST. Ixih. Val H. N. Y. A l'hlla. Pa. H. H. M HeAdlnc... Z?A Lei. Nav - Hesteuv. l'ass V. A K N.OnL I'eepleii l'ass.. Itdg 4's W!i en . 111K )U ..... 100 i ny. 23 7.2 7V. IW 1 w"' 54 uvt 2i; JX Jlctu JAbucvltecmcnta TSauiuaukh, 1:1c. OKO. 8. NORIIKCK'S Doersom Carriage Works, Cerner of Duke and Vine Blreels. Call and sec the Klncst Assortment In tbn City of Canopy Tep Burreys, Cabriolet, Ijidlcs' Wing Dash Vhmteiis, Oenthmen's Driving I'luetens, Hrewslcr, Tim Km Knd Hprlug nnd Combination Hpi lug Haggles, .1 stWeM of Markit Wagons, 3 Heeend-hanil McCall Wagons, flsT-Ht pairing promptly and neatly done. dlMydAwlt irANTElT" k GOOD-HIZKD HOY TO V learn weed working and carrlagu trim. inlng. Apply te ltd H. U. DAILY ACQ. D O YOU WANT WUrtKT GOTO LANCAH , TICIl EMl'LOYMHNT 11UHKAU, Ne. 81 North Duke btnsit. 13 BUT 6e HAVANA KILLKIl CIOAU IN llieclly, hi 1111.I1Y WAITCB, rtO, 0(V iuj noun wuccu rti, dee5-0mdM.Tu,Th irANTHiTlA HlnTATlLKOiriiri.OU y general housiwerlc lu a small latnlly. Inquire at ltd 13 EABT LIIMON Bl'Hi:i;r. DO YOU WAN rilHLI'T GOTO LANl'AH THll BMI'liGYMKNT IIUHUAU, Ne. 01 North Duke strict. w ANl'Lll-IIGYH 111 TO 1 I YKAltH OK aee able te read, te slmr lu n bev's ihelr. Apply bctwcenriBint 0 o'clock, te WA'lr TKIt HAtJ.SMAN'd MUMIO STUDIO, Ne. 7 West King street. It rplt lTl'KOrLK7rt NATIONAL HANK. 1 LAOAsri:ii, l'A July 7, 1RM. flic bisird of dlrrcters have this day declined a semi-annual dividend of 2 per cent., pa a ble tin demand. 1'. U. SLAYMAKKIl, It Cashier. :iriiAT ib ivi:NTY-Kivl:"cr:N-rs"T() TV errata 11 lleiiutlful Ijvwii or Itenew an Old One. r.NTKU-A MIDDLKAGHD WOMAN T te de general housework. Apply at JyJ-tfd A NOTHKIt LOTOriJULi:NBWAHK I'HOM Auction, AT KLTNllOLH'H. (IIIKItltY HHANDY-WLAYMAKHH'H HU j perler Cherry llrandy for Dlarrlia'aand Kumiuer CemplaliiL 2HKAHTKINOHT., 11. K.HLAYMAKi:it,Agt. 7-ANTlJD - GTLTijilTN HOAlTlTfiHTs V who desire rooms. Inquire at THIS OKK1CK. JySMwd "IOKNHIONB. " " " "" PENSIONS ! Te in) Cemiadcsand Heirs DR. J. S. S7VITH, Omce-210 WEST 0KAN0E BTREET. U H. Claim Attorney, l.ani-Jistcr, l'a., will at tend te nil claims under new and old Pension Acts. Ovcrsix J ears' experience. JyMtdS.M.W M .i:NNhItt'II01lHt)M.Mi:itTHKATItt:. V ck Cemuicncing MONDAY, J ULY 7. .Ililliktn Certcst llpcm Ce., In the Favorite Opera, 'V-Admlsvleii, 10 cents. CHIUHHUItGHIt, , , . l'reprlUir mihI Mauaner. .l,,S' t-Viuniencliig Monday, July 14, " MAN. COr." ui)2l-3ad IJ Kttll.JUWELKH. H ERR, Jeweler. 11 OU WANT A l'AIU OF Geed Glasses, l'reneily rittcd. iHllenus. All special work done li) a Graduate Optician. REMEMBER, That for FINK WATCH AND CLOCK WOltK.audall kinds or JKW KLUY HKI'Allt 1NO, we can 1'ieniLc ou the best results. Walter C. Herr, 101 North Queen St., I Oil. OF OHANOK. rpHKGltKATrOL'HTll 1HOYKR, liui'ini: GREAT KNOCKDOWN IN PRICES AT WIDMYER'S, ctiHNLit or East Kingand Duke Sts., STILL CONTINUES. Improvements net )ct completed, and sleck net et suttlcleutly reduced te suit us. Call suit we'll try te Suit you. WIDMYER, cekxi:k ok KAhT KINO AND UUKi; BTHEKTO. WmmceUatt0im. CIIKAI'-rUHE IlYK WHlHKlGa. I1LACK berry, Ginger and Kumrucl Rrandlcs, ROHREIl'B LIO.UOH BTOHK, Ne. 22 Centre Square. ClUAIlMARKItB WANTED ON LONG Filler Werk. - - KiftH DOKltTt, Jy7-2td fi er Northern National Iisnk. DO YOU WANT A G1IIL THAT CAN HE recommended? Anplvte,. l-nna-A KMI'LOYMLNT HUHKAU, 13 Heutb Dnke Btreet. rfs.UK NEW i:AMLr9 HTF.KL COOKING Jl Ware Is better than gmnlte and sells for half the price, ATitKINHOLD'H. INKIVK.TKN.TWENTY-KIVEANDKIFTY l'eund I'acllftges. LANOABTEirCHKMICAL COMPANY LAWN KNHICHKIt. Held everywhere. li7:"HKAMLKB8 CtMlKING WAKE IS strong, duiable and cheap, AT ItKINHOLDB. irANTEDOinLH KOK GENERAL TT "Housework ; geed sllnatlens furnished free of charge. Apply PKNN'A EMPLOYMENT HUIIKAU, 1 2 Seu lb Duke Btreet. AT OUR OKK1CE YOU CAN GET ANY amount of LANCASTER CHEMICAL COMPANY LAWN ENIltCHER. -VirANTED-HOHBEH TO PASTURE. TV Address, Bpr23-lfd W. W. GHOSH, Nctrs llle. Pa. A GREAT IMPROVEMENT TO OLD OR Ncwljlwnlivlitnil,ANfAHTF.IU!IIF.M. AL COMPANY LAWN ENHICHER. ri-IN TOP JELLY OLASSKH AT 2.V; PER X Dezen, ATREINHOLD'S. BALTIMORE MUTUAL AID HOCIETY. Rciulres, several cumptlent and trust worthy men of gentlemanly appearance te act as collectors. Alse two men as at. supts. W.J. UARNLTT, JcO-trd 1 IS East King BL, 1-ntiraslcr, Pa. TTNDEIlHimiTS AND DRAWERS, KOR HOT WEATHER, At ERIBMAN'B. REIOART'S OLD ItRANDY. ) Ne family should be without a bottle at this season or the scar, w K. KING HI'. SUE. KING BT II. U.S. Junel.VTn,ThAH CALIFORNIA. Special Parties. Bcnil-menthly. Tourist sleeping ears. Cheap rales. Southern Pacific Ce. Address, E. IIAWLEY, Assistant General Tratlle Manager, itlt llre.iduay, New Yerk; It. J, SMITH, Agent, 41 .3d St.. Plilla. MtilC-1) dltaw C" 1 O TO H EAlMiU A UTERH 1 " X We ure JlcudquarUrs for Fishing Tackle. Polished Urass Reels, lie. Thrce-Ieinled Reds, with brass fermica, 12. Lines, Heeks, Sinkers, Leaders, .Mountings, Ac. KHAILEY'S EAST END PHARMACY, (Opposite Eastern Market). ir-Fralley's Harsaparllla Compound will prevent Prlculy Heat, I'lmples and Dells by pu rlfvlng the bleed. Prke,50c andfl, M.W.KAw :n JEW Neckties and Pins, AT ERIBMAN'B. A T CLARKE'S BUGAIISI SUGARS! Bt'GAIts We sell Standuid Guides efBugars at popular price". Hut we knew If you buy your general line of Groceries nt our steiu we save you enough en them te 11l1ne.1t gle you your SUGARS TOR NOTHING I Ceuipireii few Random Pilces with thoseof your home grocer. OATMEAL. Shredded Oats, the most delicious breakfast dish lu existence; 2 lis. for 5 cents. SOAP; SOAP! French Olelnc Seap, per cake. 4 ; Bell A Ce. KuflaloKeap, 4e; Henrietta Seap, 4a ; Octagon Seap, 4e ; HepQcId A Ce. Seap, 3Wc ; Queen Toi let Snap, 10c sire, only 2e : Washing Powder, 8e ; Ijui17'h Acme, 4e ; 3 cakes Debbins' Electric Seap fei 25e ; Try Geld Dust Washing Powder, I (or 25c. Mackersl In 10-lt. tluckels.tl ; Walt Herring In lftu-tt, bbls , J2W ; fi IU Suit Herring fer25e ; Ifi-st Smoked Herring, per dozen, 10c. Samuel Clarke, Agt., Tca.Cetrec and Grocery Stere, 1214 Seuth Queen St., Near Centre Square, Ijincaster, Pa. -Telcplinne and Free Delivery. SALACE OK FASHION, ASTRICH'S Pa 115 & 117 N. Queen St., LANCASTER. PA. THE GREAT THIRTY DAYS CLEARING SALE BEGINNING WITH A B007Vv, Our Mleck of Muck Silk Clmntilly Luces, A mill 5 iuclic whlc, nt 12Jc u ynnl. Mnck .Silk Clmntilly Luces, 0 mid 7 Inches wiile, ut itte. ninek Silk Spauish Luces, 1 and 5 iuclii's wiile, lOcuyurd. Reductions in Millinery. Our Trimmed lints. Let 1, formerly sold up te ?3 tit 05c. Let L formerly bold up te R60, at $1.48. All our White Untriniincd Huts. Let;i, nt 7e. Let L nt IPC. Let 3, at lSe. All Mink L'ntrlinmed Hats. Let 1, ntSic. Let 2, ut 40c. T.nt 3 nf (!Qf Heugh and Heady Sailors rediniil te 1(V. Fine Mack Milnu Sailors reduced from 60c te ll'e. Children's Trimmed ltnlu i-,.ti.n,..t fiem "ec t) 20c. Lnige Wlilte 1'JnU reduced fiem lOe tn U.1. Large While 1-egliein I'laU reduced from 2 te U1.25. Lmge Black Leghuui Flats fiem J1.76 te f 1.2U, nnil 2 50 te .G9. All our Flowers ut exactly half price. Colored Tips leduced from 50c te 03c, "oetooOo, SI te 77c, $1.50 te OSc, f2 te J1.50, $2.60 te $!.&, 13 te f 1.S0. Meck Tips reduced from SUc te 3Uc, 7ec te 01c, $1 te Kle, $1.2.1 te fl.Oi, $1.6(1 te $1.33, $2 te $1.00, $2.50 te f LOS $3 te $2.1S, $3.50 te $2.S8. Mnck Plumes reduccd from $2 te in iif Fasliwii, 111! II 7. l.IU, w 10 fLMl) j-l te $3.29, S5 te $3.0S. All our Muck Silk Hats and Bounds, In21etn. ' Let 1, ut $L0S. Let 2, at $2.9S. Call or send for oue of our Catalogues of Reduced Prices. Special Netice We will continue te fcell one let of Luilies' llata at 3c apiece ALL DAY MONDAY. Went &fctferttemcnt. w ILLIAMMON A rOfllJEK. TO LADIES VIMIT1NO THE BEADY-MADE BATHING SUITS, 3n Dark nine and Gray Flannel, Bound with White Braid. Butt thatare Comfortable and that fit. Price, W te 15. Children's Sailor Suits AND KNEE -PANT SUITS, ll.M te KM. Ladies' Calice Wrappers, dark lu color, St. f 1.23, (l.iU. Ludlex' Tourist Ceatu, U te til. COOL AND COMFORTABLE JOIt GENTLEMEN. tffiniuSten?' RUd Vrsl"' "' ,1-25' ,1'i0' lVM!) Pongee Ceatu and Vebl, Sfl nnd S7. Gent 11 1 Thin Odil CcmtMOc, ftOc, 6Sc. 76e te Jl, te $210 Hl""mr"r Ce"t' ,u,a Vc,s- " '.25i MM A lnriie 'luantlty of Whlle Veal reduced te half price. Keine cut te 2ie aud 60c. rancy Linen and French rlanncl Vestn.ain. gle and Deuble llrcasted. ' Duster mid Linen Pauts. Cieiil'nIleBUlatlen BICYCLE SUITS, In Dark, Navy and llrewn, CemplcteBult, t6.60. OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT ' Continues Oflcrlnr Bargains. They are In the front rank dlplnlng THREE MID-SUMMER TEMPTATIONS Te Hhrcwd Purchaser. 5c Chnllles they offer at 3c. 5c Lawns they offer at He. Be Beiges th-y offer at 4c. ,..I".nl1,'.lltlen te ft very ,nrte assortment or v,tihh UliiKliams at prices that arc remarkably Ladies' Muslin Wear. .,wi!.110 .slt'rtK. '"ull Width and Length, SOc, Corset Cevers, 23c, 28c. 31c te 87c Muslin Drawers, 21c, 2Se, 2Se te 75c. Muslin Chcilllec, 21c, 2oe, &0c, 75e. Night llebiN, lie, 50c, 62e, SI te 12. Children's Leng White Dresses, 2oC,60c,75cteJ3. Children' Short Drcen, 63e, 87e te J2.fi(). GENT'S SILK NECKWEAR Tecks, fenr-lii-IlanJ and Windsors, 10c te 25c. Oenl's Fancy Blrired and Black Hobe, lle te 2 per pair. Gent's Summer Underwear. Khlrts and Drawers, 13e te 2Vi per garment. Men's and Beys' Belt, In Bilk and Cotten, 5c and 10c. Gent's Flannel and Madras Cleth Shirts, Jl.fO, wertli 12. ' Ocnt'k Silk Shirt, J2.50. Meu's Overalls, 60c. A Summer Reduction in Hats Is new lu progress, and there will be some Great Bargains. Call and leek them ever. U will pay you te buy a hat new for future wear, as the cutting has been deep tn Kelt Goods. Trunks anil Traveling Bags. Variety Large. Prices Lew. Carriage Harness & Fly Nets Twenty-nve per cent, less than Is usually asked for the same grade goods. Encyclepaedia Britannica, 25 VOLUMES, OlSTILY $36.60 An exact reproduction of the Latest Edin burgh hdltlen. First Volume, as sample, Mc. without contract te take the ethers. Hub' scrlptlene received by mall or at the .lore. THE VICTOR REFRIGERATORS, Imitation Oak. with Buttel Hack, Sizes ll,3 J.'eVVlaudfe "na ,lrA rCa"Ced frW The Latest in .Ladies' Oxfords Is a Patent Leather Vamp and Black Oere Calf Sklu Quarters, Kieneh Heel, hllk Trimmed, Handsomely l'lntslicd and matte en the Latttf Orera Tee Last, fires 3 te 7, price, f . Williamson I Mr, 32-38 East King Street, 1.ANOASTER, PA., AJ.r NO. Jit MAKKEI ST., UAUU1SBUUU, PA. B 03TON BTOKE. v. BLACK HKNIUETTAH, 87ie te 2 60. BLACK CA81IMEHE,2.V, teSlOd. OO-lnch BLACK 8KRaE8, 73c, II 00. W-Inch BLACK BUNTING, 50c. BLACK MOHA1B, 23c, 876, 60c. BLACK COT CABHMEltE, 50c, 75c, II 00. HTUIPKO BLACK aOOD8,37Kc,60e,75c,l 00. BLACK HATIN, 60c, 75c, tl 00. BLACK ALL-SILK MOIIUE,75c, 1100, 1125. Ia?" Ne store in Lancaster can show se much that's fit tnis line or sell them cheaper than we de. BOSTON STOR CHARLES STAM tctu Slbuevtiocntcnte. 7V'FU8.IC CATALOGUE WITH NEW EDI--1WL Hen and price list sent upon application, AT 11E1NU.UL1VH, Opposite P. It. It. Depot, EST TWO FOU KlVECKNT.CIOAltS tLeclly.at BILLY WAIT.S, t. ....m Nes. 6 d. 10) North tlueeu St. dec5-6mdJI.Tu,ThJB A "EAUTIKUL LAWN. HOWEVER SsAtM?.811 At..,n,U'.bfl '. a ?rc,t luxury. LAN CASTKIl CHEMICAL COMPANY r.AWM ENUICHEI; THEY CAN ALL COPY BUT NONE CAN Equal Billy Waltz's Havana Filler Cigar. "'.. NO-VAhflNOUTHQcEENbT. dec5-md.M,Tu,Th,S NEW GOODS, LOW PIUCErf AND A COOL Stere Heom makes shepplm; pleasant, AT ltEINHOLD'8. JJ1VEIU DAY A CHEAP DAY ll AT UE INHOLD'S. TjnOlHWALS FOU COAL. Proposals for Ceal will be received at Ne. til Jnst Walnut street until Saturday, July 12, ISM, nt 12 o'leck, neon, te furnish the public schools of this city with Hard Broken Egg, N nt nnd Pen Cfnl, te be of the best quality, free from dirt and slate, nnd delivered lu the cellars of the school houses, as directed by the com cem rnlttce. The bids te cover all the coal rcqulrtd for the entlre year about 500 tens. JOHN ilcKILLIPS, . , ... Jt, Chairman of Committee en B. & Q. Jy5-.ltdS,M,W A T BUUSK'S. PICNIC -AND- ODTING m -AT- BURSK'S, NO. 17 EAST KINO STREET, LANCASTER, PA. AN ORDINANCE TO GRANT A LICENSE te Christian Burner, proprietor or the Concert Hall, adjoining Micnuercher Hall.! Section 1. Be It ordained by the Select aud Common Councils of the City of Lancaster. wini uio.-uayer ue auiiierizcu leRraut a eeneral llccn.e te Christian Bnruer, proprietor of Mwn Mwn nercher Concert Hall, for the exhibition of the atrical entertainments, shows, spectacles, etc, etc.. at. and rer thcnunual sum of bevenlj-llve Dollars (J75.00) per annum, payable quarterly. The said sum te be in lieu of special lkeuse pio pie ldcd by exlstliiB ordinances. Ordained and enncted Inte a law at the City of Lancaster, July 2, IS10. i.II. UAIIMGARDNEK. , . President Comnieu Council. David L. Dkbn, Clerk Common Council. D. E. LONG. , ,. ., President Select Council, J, K, Bah it, Clerk select Council. Approved July 7, 1830. Jj7-Jtd ROBERT CLARK, Mayer. AN ORDINANCE CHANGINGTHE NAME of Ruttonweod street te West Vine stieet. Be It ordained by the Select nnd Common Councils of iheCltyet Lancaster that the name or Buttoiiueod street, 111 said city, lie changed and hcrearter be called West Vine street. Ordained nud enacted Inte 11 law at tin. city of Lancaster, July 2, lkoe. J. II. BAUMGARDNER. PrMilnnl V. ...a.. r-....nll D.WII1 L. DtEN, Clerk Common Council. D. E. LONG, , ,. President Select Council. J. K. llAnu, Clerk Select Council. Approved July 7, lswi. J7-i!ld KOIIEIir CLARK, .Mayer. M AUT1N BROS. Yeu II never mind the summer sun If clad lu the ioel clothing slievvn by Martin Bres. SEEN AT A GLANCE ! FOR EXAMPLE: Hi the flannel perch coats, 52 and J.'.W, A choice of ninny novelties lu coats and vests, handsome, serviceable, washable when sellcd suitable for business or dress,!) for coats and vest. Thin summer coats and vests, 51; cents, C0c" Coel serge suits, Just the thing for buduess, traveling or tcishere, 510, 512, 511. Wear well cloth and geed tailoring can be i-e. n In Ihrm at a glance. TUe rurulihiur Dciartmul is showing a large aisjitiiunt of breezy flannel shirts. Djn't think .veu'ra tee lare or small te be fit. All sizes neiks mid Icnjtli of sleeves ere here. Excellent shirts, large chelca of style, 51, 51 50 and 2 Klne.l djlen flannel, silk and silk st'lfc, 32.50 und 11.60. Flannel working shirts, well male and geed illtlnsr, 25c, 35c, tOc, :5c Beys I'aunel vvalvti and blouses, '.5-, e, 50c, 750, 1 51.25 r,nJ 5?. It will can jeu no mere than twe-thtids of what you'll expect te pay te be suited In this handsome lint of flannels. MARTIN BROS, 26 and 28 N. Queen St. Hcn 3tbucrttemettt. NEW BLACK GOODS ! 21-Inch BLACK BILK, 75c and tl 00. BOKDEUED NUN'S VElLtNG FOB' BLACK SILK V ELVETS, K)e,75c, II C 6 Knet SILK FIUNGK, 75c. BLACK LAWNS, 12c, 17c, 20c. BLACK SATINEb, 12J.JO, 17c, 25c, 33c. BLACK DLESS GINQIIAMS, 10c and I BLACK CUALLIES, He and lOc, BLACK LACES. 10c te 25c. North Queen Street $Un S.btcvtlecmcnt M AIHEITA PRESERVING KETTL AT UEIN11C TJILLYWAITZ HAS THEVEUTTV . uvmium, vifcllieill IIIU niUICi III . r , NOS.fi & Wi NOUTU (iUEEl uCT.viuu.ii,Aii,iii,n J lipea nnd Cigar Helders. Frcncl lilies In Cases. 50c each. All the flncl of Stilnklnir 'rnhnena I , ... DEMUTU'S CIOAU HTel oie-uuit in isnsi King rimuiet. w v iuin .rut-. ,,tit,t.J O new in the bauds of the Treasurer.! iw.-i tiiu mi 11 pain ocrere August 1. lienrn fpnm n .,, unit. . . . u.. W. uiMAUMHALL.Treasil jiuuiun re. j-uenireeq 2UU CIGARS, GOLDEN LIONANl Qucrldu, ure clear Havana flllerl ir3, hand-made. In bees of 25, 60 nn J . . , DEMUTU'S CIOAU STOl fu .,,." suca l"Ul 1H East King fc nitpuun P1INE TAILORING! ALL THE LATEST NOVELTIES INI WOOLENS, AT I , . P. WEIKEL'I iilniHinuii no. 1 1 west King t rpm: only cigau store wheiiI a. vim iMirciiHu imponeu anu heii Clfc'ars.audll.F.Ornveley'sSuperlerCavl JJUMUlll'M ClUAll STOl Telephone. alM WRITING ANDTYPEWIUTING A ICojsteno Business College lugh flllV .llllV'7 ullln ,,i .....1 .. n ..w....i... llioieugh cenrsti during six weeks ; eui are reaepable and consistent with the uensanJ iongcxierleiiceln tenchlnc pc '"'P. w. i. .MUSSEII, Prln Ne. 10 North Queen St., Ijiuciinte SOMETHING FOU YOU. . .11 jeu appiy cany you can Jein tlis l TENMANMHIP. !.-. .UUIlN'M'nvi' Iinl The tlrsl fifty upplylng will be admlttel iiniiiiirc. iiisiruciKin iiiernugli 111 iTeixl tleu, Movement mid Pciilieldlui;. I LANCASTER IIUHINKHS COLLEil , j , .e. ji ierui jjuuc blicct. Addicss or apply In 11. u. iv Kijjijfc.it, iTincipal. ItiiiUO-lmdU I-mcnslcr Business Cel T UDG EH HAVE LONG SINCE DEll Irf . "UV: '""y "aiizscigaristne Best Hinl. Vtr en a nt . c J0.6AiaiNORriI QUEE!J u l'tu-U!UU.il , 1 u,l 11,7) 10NTRELLAC0CIIRANE'SDUBLI Ky BclfastGliiKcr Ale. The cry besK Ale Imported te the IJ. s. 2S EAST KING STREET. CI1 II. E.SLAYMAKER.I w hue A O- 1.-tf Lff A ... Ne. 12 West K liig Ht.. Opposite Cooper Jl B ECEIVKD DIRECT FROM NAl'A sir r.,vv"A..r.i,..-"i''"."'.'."t""i'""j' ' ;... ."""' vjuuiuei itnu rrennvnan 1 he last named Wine is very delicate nud 20 EAST KING STREET, CI11 11. Ji. BLAYMAKEU pENSIONS. PENSIONS. The New Pension Bill Just rassed cntlt Soldiers, Widows, Miner Clilldrcn nnd 1 dent Parents ten pension. I will attend tllmllnnllni.a nlr.n.i.1 I.. .. ,. .- .1 . have had four years' expcrleuce in the pc eluce at ushlmrtnn i r Jc2S--)md 10 North Duke St., Lnncnster.l urr.AU it ciir in T A PAURISIENNE Negligee Shirt, AT ERISMAB nillOUTi SHANK. ELAMEL SHIRTS al-hd -puoresALs roil paving. Sealed ninnrixiilh villi Ha r.,.,i . . t.. Sliect Committee, at the Clerk's Ollice, Hall , up te 6 o'clock p. m en Tuesday, Ju lbUO, for paving vv Ith Asphalt blocks the fe lug streets i Duke Sin M Irnm nrn,ittnn. strict; Grant stieet, from Duke street te C iivi-iiiii., iiiiu uie v;iiy Jiaiivvuy track, from Klllir te Grunt slrfpt Alkn fAr iiuv-lnn- Belgian block tbr Ulnmeud nt lUv t King A"nu niiLTU. A1IUH IU L'llVlT IIIO SlTCCl curb te curb, and te be for lach part sepan anil for all the work nckeii r.ir n, n irhr.ia Plans and speelilcnliens can be seen a V.-" . r . ncrr' L"y Regulator, Ne ....i, mug Diivci, By order of the Commit lee JJO.V.I-il GEO. W.EABY.Clel T.MPOUTANT If ou will take the trouble te call en ul think vveenn Interest jeu In our Hue of II Out nirnr Id .i.ni.lAin ...,i . . i are In the ffloctleu of uur goods. All? 'i1?,"', ?W,W?. ' B! I'elut published In 13,nnd the business eei llfll frr.,rl ll.n. ln. . A . I. . .. . . . .. v "V'it u,iu mill ID lilts, siieuiu give us exjierlence net possessed by some ethers tn business. .Our stock embraces all desirable gra SIM! . irJs. ""n" onecs, ranging in prien r . . w .. w, i,uu am. VI l ITS if If 'II Ci IU IUM VJ, Call and ou will net be deceived. WM. H. GAST, WW NO. 1211 NORTH QCEENBl I ROWN S DItl'G STOIIL. Imported r lie The best of nil SUMMER DRINKS. Oe dozen for your Ith of July Heulthy, Refre ing, jic.ign.ini .-sew 101 Just unpackit -AT- BROWN'S DRUG ST0RI , , COR. DUKE AND LEMON STS lanlS-lyl u,Th,!s-U I710UHENT-NO. HSJiEASTKING 8TREK room formerly eeujiled b Jehn A. Cov I "ijO-.ll.JIKV.U.l .M.I.A.X A. UCltli "POU HARLEQUIN KUUIT. PURL JAMAICA bl'IRlTri, K- 29 h. KINO. H. E. SLATMAKER, At. ?1 .