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ct,ri' r.wcrejBanBBfc9DW-KWP KSffVTb-'' J!, '--iV-in;e-i' ? "' -' ?-' N,v vg.vj-v.y"it"B- ,vv.t v -. MM LAKOASTER DAILY rNTELLIGENCER, WEDNESDAY. JULY 23, 1890. ft s fe e it jjii-i ally nteUiecuccr, 4' i? ' AJtDRKW J. BTK1NMAN. P Y CHARLES BTKINMAN reLTZ, Editor. ' snMrltT m.AlUr l'nhllahar. '.Td DAILY INTELLIGENCER.-Published ' ka. mh)m In fills ll .ft., !. .,, M A I fl T J U U4IIC1 1U . "IJ HW -JMi. -" g towns at ten cents a week. Mymatldredol Mymatldredel XV tar a year In advance: 60 cent a mouth. p j WEEKLY INTELLiaKNCKK-une aeuar ana . flflvcrntsa vear. In advance. VtiftOTlCE TO 8UBSCRinERS-Itemlt by check Ei-C or postefflco order, and where neither or KV ' these can be procured send In a registered X.'Sfi, letter. rvffktered at the Poslemce, a accena class man '(& X AeniUDM. THE IMlCLLIOENCEIt, v Lancaster, Pa. & LANCASTER, PA., July 23, 1890. h?i The AWerinan's Court. $? While nil the world hits acivnnccu gfsvlth the rapidity characteristic of nil frSVffeefBleiimand electricity, law reform lactene, m in the days of old, hns moved llt.KU.ttt. ,1... ..nne nf .1 uinll Otltv fl lltlll- rS--dred years nge the common law of Lug ra'land. which la tlie law of l'cmisylvnnlit (!S, te-duy, wn hloedicr lu Its penalties than K. the cede of Drace. Mere than two hvin- E dred eircnses Mere nuuislmbie by death. 'sEvcry year Sir Samuel Hemily, that giciu nnd geed lawyer, arQM in 1119 .1ir.n l, Pnrlltlllinllt Ifl lirO.nlll fltlfl HtlVO- -i. Ef.f.W . I. - M.I.I. .... - ,- ,-. - ntn Ida bill for the Amelioration of tli Bra! firlnilnal cetle nnd the nbolitien of these p&'brbnreutj pennlllcs. Year Hftcr year PH thetiipivl-yxiinirt'nig squires velcil it t7 down, ami It tvnsetuy niter uie enuun W& or ft lire tunc tutu nc sirtcuucu ?& - i..i ).. ....... ...,,llelitiwr ilm trrent. re. w, Hi insi. in .i.."'i""'n -. e " form. Jlere tluiii wsvcniy years nge Jeremy Jtenttmni (rftcd his famous Reform l)ill, for the purpose of correct ing the manifold evils and nbutesef par liamentary government. Chief among the reform which he meat strongly urged, with nil the powers of his great mind, was a secret ballet. Vet In spile of the time which hns clnpied ; lu splle of the brilliant and uimiiswernble advo cacy of Jehn Stunit Mill, Ilcnthnin'd distinguished dlscjple, critic and expos itor; in splte T tli electoral frauds which our people have endured and Which it cecret bnllet would have ren dered Impossible, we nreenly iiwakenlng nt tlilu lnli' ilnv mill for tin- first lime te ally- the serious necessity of" Its ailotleii. wny is legal reierm se (iimcuii nnu fe tardy ? Is it became that It must be se cured, net by the clTertH, but In spite of the bitter opposition of the legnl profes sion ? Is It lecalise lawyers us a class $rH possess an excessive veneration for pr the past a Clunese werslnp or uncus- ters that dulls the Judgment and shackles the mind that embraces an evil because It is old and rejects u geed be cause It is new V He who opposes right eous Innovation pitches his eump in the last ditch of moral cowardice. Are law yers in this woret hciie conservative V Be, tee, is the mule that lias grown blind from weary j'cnrs of tell lu it dungeon treadmill. If this Is truly n government of, by, and for the people, our laws and the constitution of our courts should be framed, nbove nil things rise, for their benefit. They should exist, in IJcn thaui's phrase, "for the greatest geed of the greatest number." Xe invidious rifftHrinHmi HlinilLI In mmln lwiti'fsii flw E;ffch, !ihd"tlie peer, but Justice should be impartially administered te nil alike. H should Ik; cheap, it should lie certain, it should be bwlft. When the peer aslc it, they should net lie crowded into a narrow and dingy room before some .7s allnitftttulnl tfnw iwiHf Ir.liitt liMi.n ilnnanlv TSs !,.... , , ... .. .j ' Ignorant nnd mercenary, while the wealthy llnd it in the almost regal sur rounding of a supreme court, presided ever by trained justices, deeply learned lu the law, nnd whose cultivated minds nre " rich with the spoils of time," Yet this is precisely the distinction we mike, although never weary of boast ing of our cqunl laws, equal rights and equal conditions. Te the peer, the friendless and the un fortunate, who possess neither time nor means te prosecute appeals, the primary court is the court of last resort. The Itussian verf is net mere helpless than they under the decisions of the tee fre quent besotted ignoramus they call the "squire" and the writs issued te and executed by the ward constable. Let us enter one of these " temples of justice." We llnd a narrow, meanly furnished office and u judge wlioeeuductsthe busi ness for revenue only. He has but few books and these serve only te coufiibe hint ; he possesses th'tt very " little Icaiu lug" which in his case is truly n " dan gerous thing ;" while only tee often he lacks that nine ijuu nun of the Judgment eat a spotless character. He has se cured his uotninatleu and election ehtelly as n reward for questionable party ser vices, and he menus te make the olllee pay all the truffle will bear. Instead of discouraging litigation, he does nil in his iewer te promote it. He returns every case te court because lie gets less for dismissed eases. Lawyers knew by experience that It would be just us profituble te try te milk he-ge:ts in sieves as sorleusly te defend an areucd person before a " squire," for no case Is tee microscopically email for this average aldermuu. " After I had sint a mint of geed money te get elected In this ward, " ex claimed oue of these worthies, Indig nantly, te the writer, "and nfter I hnd worked up a geed busing they turn around and elect this youngster in my place, te reap all the lieneflt. What has he ever deue for the party '." And one of the methods by which he hnd worked up a geed business was te eiler te keep tally for the boys who in the suburbs played base ball en Sunday, thus get ting the name of these iinsusitcctiug violators of the luw, whom he had brought before him the next day, com polling their parents unci guardians, mostly iKKir people, te pay the lines and costs, which lie imposed. And he saw nothing save praiseworthy smartness in this contemptibly base act. And his sen sibility V The very stones of Lancaster cm Id be made te blush crimson with het shame before this man be made could te change color, Xer was he of courser Ubrc than the average of Ills Iclud. "The wretigs which the peer of the great cities sutler," says an able and eloquent advocate, "from the evils of the primary system of courts nie beyond description. AVhat great apostle tt reform, what lever of justice and his fellow men, will lead the way te a better tidinin.Btralionef the law for t lie fi lend less nnd the peer? 12veu the justices of the supreme court of the United .States hear cases in the first Instance in the circuit court, and suiely some means fan le devised te secure u just auiiervl auiiervl slen nud summary control of proceed ings lu the primary state tribunals." Let us abolish these courts altogether und wtbitltute a single salaried eilieer gentlenittu of high character learned lu the law. et United. Jehn H. Lnudle, of Winderu, this county, en Tuesday visited Philadel phia nnd the headquarters of the Kc publican state committee. Wlint he reported te Chairman Andrews of the political slttintleu in this county I' pub lished by the city papers of this morn ing. The Inquirer says : " Kx-Ilepresctitatlvn Jehn II. Landls, of Umtii'-ter comity, who wan Identlued with llie Independent movement of 18.32, when questioned regarding the outlook in his county, Mid: 'Ne candidate for gov ernor bus ever recehed as large a majority lu Ijincastpr county nsHonnter Dolntiinter wilt have.' Mr. Lnndia said that the fur liters of the stnte who urn Ilepubllrans will support their party candidate and pointed te the result of the primary elections in Iiiicestcr, Mcieer and otlier ngrlcnllnrnl counties, nil of which elected Dolamater dclojzale te the stale convention." Mr. Lnndlsls certainly net Ignorant of the fact that there Is disaffection In his party's ranks lu this county. Five of Kast Denegal's prominent citi zens and farmers have openly declared against Mess Quay's ticket, and there nrc Intimations from many Republican thnt tliey will vote for l'nttlsen. Tins Is truly an nge of steam and elec tricity. All things meve with a speed the very thought of which would have taken away the breath of our plodding but much mere stable ancestors. This Is as true of current lltcratuie as It Is of mechanical in volitions. The fame of the popular author of these days grows te n rank maturity as milcklvasthe weeds of thn uardeu. Hut no sooner docs the Mower of his genitis at tract uulvernal attention and admiration than some new fltiwer draws away the popular fancy, nnd the plant et ynslor ynsler tiny Is cnlled a weed, as the plant of te-day will be called en the morrow, Think el the Immense popularity encn possessed by " Unde Tem's Cabin," "ierna Uoeno," and Hugh Conway's " Called Hack." Se, tee, was the crn70 ever Jehn Ilnhbet ten's "Helen's llables," and the run upon the boekaollors for " Dr. .Jek.vll and Mr. Hyde," nnd ler " Koheit Ulsmore." When we consider the vast amount of really excellent permanent lller.tttne und tlie fact that ever twonty-llve thousand new books are published annually, we. can feel ullli lidded furce the wisdom of Minor Miner Minor seu's rule- " Jfeer lead a book that is net a year old." A i.ai'Iiaiii.i: enterprise) Is piejccted lu Philadelphia by the Wiirklngmen's club connected with Kl. Mark's Protestant Epis copal chinch, an enterprise both of mi economic nnd educational nature. The club is endeavoring te Increase its mem bership of 2.')0 three or four fold, and (e es tablish ether clubs throughout llie city, in order te extend ns far as possible the bene fits of membership in cheaper coal and household previsions, such as coal oil, Heur, potatoes and sugar. Hut In addition te thin economical advantage nre these of it social and educational character. HI. Mnik's club possesses a convenient and comfertatilo building, en (he llrst Meer of which Is a large billiard hull and en the second a iccture room, gymnasium nud library containing 3,MMi well selected vol umes. ICacli member paysu fee of $3 an nually, which entitles him te nil the privi leges of the institution. In the winter there is a course of free lectutcs coverlng overy field oftheught and iuvnstl);ntleii nud do de llveied by the ablest moil of I he city. It is piopescd that overy church in the city, net as a church, but as an Institution for the bonelll of its laboring membership, will establish such a club. St. Mark's is in hearty sympathy with the " university ox ex ox tenslon" movement inaugurated by the IJnhersity of Pennsylvania in company with oilier prominent institutions through out the country. Tills is simply the Chau tauqua plan carried en by lectin os instead of by reading. The lectures v. Ill be dollv dellv dollv erod at a merely nominal cost upon subjects such as electiical engineering, physiology nud hygiene, history and political oconemy. The laboring men mid women of Lan caster have already established a ciicti lating library, and propose next winter te endeavor te establish a ceurse of fiee lec tures similar te that of St. Mark's club. Our college professeis and most eminent professional men will be Invited te lend their aid te lids enterprise. In addition te tills, a debating club Is new organizing, which will be largely composed of labor ing poeplo, though net con lined te them Truly, the world moves, and the moil and women who de the world's weik are no longer hi the lear. AN ANOISI, OP MEItCY. SUNS riinule Oar.v's Xoble Act or bell bell "iierlllee. Miss Kannie Gary, the talented daughter of Judi;u Jeseph C. (ituy, of Chicago, has worked for two weeks In a Division street tailor shop and has proved herseir a worthy member of the (Jill's 1'iieiidly society of St. .lames' church. It was soveralyeais age that. lens Ander Ander eon deserted his wile and children, leaving them penniless in the worst quarter of Milten avenue. The day seen catne wlieu there wus no feed lu the house end starva tion Istared tlie inmates in (he face. Death was hovering near w hen a knock eauie nt the deer and Miss Unry onteied. With tlie aid of her associates she seen saw Hurt there was plenty te eat and te we.tr ler the Inmates et the llttlu home. The two girls Mathilda and Mary were seemed positions In a tailor shop, and work was also pro vided for llie mother. MUs Gary uover lest sight of her charges, ami threo weeks age she noticed that the hard work and long hours were telling en Mary Andersen. He she otl'erod te send her te a pretty leseit en Uiko Wisconsin. " I can't go," sobbed thp girl, wliej is only fifteen years of nge, w hen she called at Miss (Jury's home a few days later. " The boss tailor ill net allow lite leave unless 1 llnd some one te take my place, and 1 can't Unci anybody," MUs tiary thought a moment, then said : "Yeu go inni enjoy yeuiself, and I will sce that your place is taken." Mary loll, and llie next looming as the train it bpcellng the little weiker west ward, Miss tiary, clad in a plain black gown, enteitsl the tailor shop and an nounced Unit she had cmne te take Marv Andersen's place. All that day she stltchril away at the co.irse cloth, end en every morning ler two weeks she was at iter HOlf-uppoluted task. Leaving her I'tUher's home at 0 in the morning, she did net re turn until 7, and II was net until Mary Andersen returned that it was learned that Judge Clary's daughter had worked for two weeks In a taller shop. a Yerxa 'I'liinrvs m unions. Hu Chloroformed ami Thru Itelibfd (Iris and Women el" Their Jewelry. A man who gives the name of Walter Van Vnlkenberu was arrested in Chicago en Monday night ler a series of stiauge crimes, lie is accused el chlorefoiinlutr nud then robbing Innocent gills nud women of llieir jewelry, money or valu ables. Vuu Valkenbeigsavs he is 10 years old. Sunday, July 13, MisslCIttie Hewell, a I'hlladelphlaglrl who is visiting a ceiuln In Chicago, reKirled at the central slatien the less el diamonds worth .'O. Shu said she h id been chloroformed and lobbed by Van Aalkenberg. She told llie detectives that au Vulkeuberg had been Inliediiced te her by a frluud. nud that he had invited her te the theatre. She blurted te the thoa thea thoa tre wilh him the evening of July llth, but he said it was te late, nud proposed a trip ten beer garden, whorethev drank lemon lomen lomon ade. She suddenly became very sick and started home, llocemiui; tee sick lolrayel, Yeu Valkenberg took lioriutea saloon.tcll saleon.tcll saloen.tcll ing her that he would get simcthiut; that would relieve her. He ordered lemonade, and offered the bartender ?5 te "fix" the drink, The bartender roftised. Van Vul. lceiiberghiiuselfdriigged it probably with chloroform and before MUs Hewell could reach the sidewalk and take a car she be be bo came unconscious. Shu knew nothing fur ther until Saturday, when he aweke in a room at the Ilixen house. All of tlie ilia-, nieuds, valued at J5S0, were gene. When next heard from Van Valkenberg had taken a young woman into a saloon, aud, under the pretence of examining her diamond ring, walked out of the place with it in his K)s.sess!et. Monday ulght the young man was found In company with Mrs. Dera May. The woman were diamonds worth ever f 1,000, and the young man had a bottle of chloro form in his pocket. He had also the diamond ring he had stelen a few days before. He" did net deny his guilt, and r reduced the greater portion of Miss lowell's diamonds. l'uncoen Knrih A walla thnlretintlcM army of martyi, wheae tankt are cenntjintl)-recruited from llie victim of nervmuuicua and nmeiiu tlleenkea. The tirlceef thobeonlaaavalMiiatlecourao of Hot Het trtter'a atemnch Hitters, Hie flneat nnd meat o e nlnl eflniilnnertlnex, tiiiraucd Willi renaenalile tKTalatenrc. liuler, plenwinter and safer thla than te awauli the vlctunllnir department with fiaeurte tenlca, alcoholic or the reverse, tecf ox ex rncta, nere foeda, narcotic, sednUvea and notaetis In itlagulsc. " Tired natiirn'a awect rn rn aterer, balmy sleep," la thn providential recti pernnt for weak nervea, nnd thla glerlnut frun rltlw lieltiK tiaunlly the renseniieiice of aetuid Iteration nnd Increnaed vlcnr, the ureal atom atem nchlc which Inaurea both la priwlttctlvonlae of repoe nl the required time. Net uiirefreahed awnkena the Individual who tinea It, hut vigor ous, clear headed and trnnnull. Dae llie lllttera nlhe In feer nnd ngnc, rhenmatiim, kidney treuhlea, conatlpatlen and bllleiiimwa. JyattfJil Van Heutkn's Cocea Uellcluui made bl atantly. llalmy odera from Hplce latnnda, Wnfted by the tropic brcerei HOZODONT In healthful frngranca Cannet m surpassed by theae. Teeth It wliltena, purlflca ; Yeu will me It If yeu're wlie. " ' ' Thunder It Down the Ages, That for lameneaa, ler rhciimnttnm, for nchea, for pallia, and rersprnlna, Dr. Thtimnt' KrlecMr Oil la n positive nud reliable remedy. lr. Themut' Kclrttrlc Oil ran be purchaiKil of any driiKiilil. Held In Itiicnster by W. T. llech, m mid 13U North Queen atmil. Uss the tjrenl specific for " cold In head " and catarrh Dr. sjace'a Catarrh Ileiuedy. W.TIiAw Ciin'l Shj- ICiieiuiIi, " 1 cntinet Swal toehluhly of llurtteck llhrul nitleri ; they haw been n Kieal bleliiK te me, Curad me of hllletianesa mid dynpepsta, from which I hnd suftiired fur yenra." Mr. .1, .Marsh, Hank of Terente, Out. Held In Laneaiter by W. T. llech, 1U7 nud 18U North Queeii atrect. H IH KlNOCll NA1I.HCAMK0K1'. i'eravcarl was n title ted with n horrible ense of bleed poison, nnd upwards of llw inentlia of that time I waa unable, te de work of any kind. My linger nulla came eir nnd my hair dropped out, leaving my head ua clean nnd smooth na If it had been shaved. I con sulted thn Ix'Hllncnl physicians, nnd spent hun dreds of dollars for medicine efdlllereiit kltida, but without rccelvlnit the slightest benefit. I nn advised finally te visit Het Hiirliigs. 'IhU 1 did, but becemliiK ill'gusted with the treat ment t wns receiving there, ceniinciiced InkliiK Hwlft Heclllc (H. H. H ) Tlie eltecl that H. H. H. had en me was truly wonderful. 1 commenced liiierever after InkliiK the first bottle, nud by thetlmelhad taken twele bottles 1 avuh en tirely cured- cured by Hwlffa Hneeirt(!(H. H.H.) when llie world-renew ncil Het HprlnL-a had fulled. W.M.H. bOO.MIS. Hlireepert,Ijn." I'OUIl YKAIIH ON CHUTC'1U. Kerfifleen jenra 1 na nltllcted with rheuina tlaiu, four years of Mhlch I win compelled loge en crutches. Wordanre lnndcpiate loexpresa the sutler I ni;a I cndiin-d durlni; thatlluie. tlur Iiik these lirieeii years of existence. (It was net living), I tried every known remedy without leeching nny benefit. 1 finally began en Hwirt's Heellle(rt. H. K.J, which from the Mist gave me reliei. null te-uny i mil cujuj ing nie imhi ei lienlth, and am n well man. I candidly be lluwthalH. H. H. la tlie best bleed purifier en the market Unlay. .1. D.TAYbOlt, Cuba, Me. Troutlse en Bleed and Hkln Disease malted free. HW1 IT HI'KCI K10 CO., (3) Mtnntn 'la. -rrANTietJTT:N cocoa. THK l'OI'Ul,All COCOA OV KUltOfE. THKCOMINO ONI. 01" AMERICA MOST AlTKTIZlNO-KAHIbY UIOEMTKD. The Van Hewitn's piecess renders their cocoa easy of digestion and de velops lu the highest degree it delicious itrumii. It Is mi excellent tlcsh-fermer, Jlfty per cent, greater than the best of ether cocoas. Van Heuten's Cocea " Best and Gees Farthest." aWAN IIOUTMN'M COCOA ("once tried, nlun.H used") Is Ihr nrliliml, pure, seluble Cocea, lincnted, uiiulu nud patented hi Heb laud, nnd Is te-day butter and mere soluble than any of tlie numerous Imitations. In luel It l generally uilnilttcil all our Eurepe and a comparallNe test will easily proe that no vlhtr C(K?en equals thla Inventor's lu solubility, agreeable tastcamt nutritive (iiall ties. "lJrgt sale lu the Averld." Ask for Van HeutkVs AND TAKi: no 01111:11. 43 c UTKU'M UTT1.U UVEll VllAii, CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS CURE Hick llciidaehe and rellove all the troubles Inci dent te n hllleua slate or the ayatuiu, such ns DlzrlnesM, Nnuteii, Drowsiness, Dlsticss after Eating, 1'aln lu llie Hide, de. While their meat cuiarkable success has been shown lu curing SICK Headache, yet CAKTEIl'H LITTLE I.1VKII l'lld.4 urn equally vnlunble lu Censtlpntluii, curing nnd preventing thla unmixing com plaint, whllu they also rents-1 nil tflaotdrrkef lliesteinnrli, atlmiiliite the ller and regulate tlie becls. Excn If they only cured HEAD Ache they would be almost priceless te these who Miller from thla distressing c plaint: but fortunately their goodness din's net end heie, and these who once try them will find tliese llttlu pill Milunblv Itiaemauv wnya that they will net be willing te ite without theiu. Hut after all alrk head ACHE la the bane of ke niany llxes that line is where e make our great beaM, Uur nUlsciue 11 while ethers de net.' CAHTHU'S l.llTl.E LIVEKl'lbUSarewry small and wry easy te take. One or tnepllla makoudese. They am slrlrtly wgctubleaiid donetgrliHj or purge, but by their geutlunn tleu please nit who use them. I.i tints at 'JTicu 'JTicu rlwterll. Held everywhere or sent by mall. CAllTl-.H .MEDICINE CO., NEW YOHK. Small Pill. Small Dese. Small Price migllS-lydted "7"lNCO CHEWlNtl lOHACCe- YINCO CHEWING TOBACCO. Thin Hluudard llrnud of 1'lug Tobacco Is nc nc nc Uuowledgedtebetliebest ehcwnud thelaigeit piece for the money in the market. Pfiiee m tu (in each lumiu Its extenstxe wile formally years has cstablUhed Itk rrimUitleii. '1'here Is nothing betlei. Try It, Ker aale by dealers and grocers. 1890. aprll-SUIcod-cemAlStw I 71011 HOIbKlW, HOUIZONTAU TAUULAIt, 3 Vertical, l'erutble. Cylinder, Murine; of any size or power, of the .,i material nut werkmau.lilp, go te JOHN UKaT. 83a Eaat Ki 1 1 ten swtet. iu7.tfd ltHmitke' rilll.Anrl.ntlA, M'edneaday, July 23, 130. Closed Saturdays at i P. M. Four liints from the We- men's Muslin Underwear : Drawer with Hamburg ruffle and plalti above, f)c. (,'liemlre with fine Ilamhurra en neck, yoke and lee ea, 00 flown with Mether Hubbard plaited yoke nnd neat edge en neck nnd aleeves, S.V. Corset Cever, square neck, trimmed with nent Hamburg edge, dOe. Hccondflefjr, Juniper atreclalde. Bathing Dresses for Women and Girls. Styles and stuffs right. Or yard goods if you care te de the making. llnthlnK Blocking with atl frith Citnrai ceered aelea, ll.M. nntlilnK'np,sanndSO. , Ilathlng HaU, 05c ' There's net an if or an and about it, the best and most at If active Baby Coach stock in the city is here. Make the test as you plcse, the facts will show : l-Our 17 Coach better than anything at " J7.75. 2-Oitr St Conch equal te anything at $10.76 outside. 3-Ourfl2 Conch better than nny thing at JI2.75 outside. And se en. Witli Coaches as with everything else in the store -first. Itatctnent, nerlheaat of icnlre. Jehn Wanamaker. ttioccllaui'eun. C AMI'OIINIA. Hpeclal rartlcs. Hcml-menthly. Tourist kli..itlntr pur. Clienn rnl. Hniitherii l'nellle. Ce. AddtcsH, K. HAWl.EY, Asklhtnnt :Oenernl Truffle Mnnnger, 3U Ilreadwny, New Yerk J K. J. HJUTJI, Agent, tlB.:id HU.l'hlbu anl-lyd2taw -rpllIHMAN'H. BLACK SUFPENDERS. A CAHD-WK MAKE "THE NATIONAL V Hafcty Klrth Wheel 111 three strea (Cox A Aiidersen's Patent,) Koralierttiitnliig.strength nnd durnblltty are matchless. They also make a neat flnl'li. Try them, Every wheel la gunr nnteed. NATIOiSAI.MANUI'ACTUINOCO.. Jj IMwd 31 te ;l Hhermiin HI., Lancaster, l'a. BAIriMOIlEMUTUAI,AII)HOCIETY. Ilciulrea several cemiietent and truaU win thy men of gentlemanly appearance te act ua rolfeclera. Alse two men ns nsst. aunts. W.J. IIAUNETT, JeO-tfd I Ifl East King Ht., Ijincuater, l'a. K T Olfil OKI'ICE YOU CAN OKt"aNY niiinunt or ANCAHTEIl CHEMICAL COMPANY LAWN liWlllUlir.ll. FOR HOUIZONTAL HTATIONAItY EN glues, from 'I te bO horso-pewer, and Verti cal Engines from 2 te 40 herae-tKiwer, you will llnd them nt JOHN HEST'H, SM East Kulton street. I7feitAMEHICANHIOHTEEi:DCYLINDEH Lubrlcntera, GlasaOII Cups for Hearings, ten can gel them at JOHN llbsfB, .111 ICas rulten street. m7-tfd ITtOIUIOILEllTUIIE lIUtlHIIKH, HTILLHON 3 1'ihj Vieiicliea,I'lpcaiid Menkey Wrenches combined, Files. Oil Cans, etc, gote JOHN UEH1', !tU East Kulton street. m7-tfd TAllTICULAlt ATTENTION l'AIII TO I Mtxlcl Making, 1'altenin, Drawings Hnd ITlue Prints, nt prices reasonable, nt JOHN nKHT'H.ai.) bistFiilteustrecU m7-tfd STEAM 7iEAT IHTHECOM1NOHEATFOH dwellings, chinches, school houses, etc., though successfully titcd ene bundled years nge. When you contemplate n change cnll en JOHN llliST, who will give you a satisfactory Jeb, nt a fair prlce. m7-tld UMIW, ltOILEHH. MINING, UENTIUFU- r.il lit 1JI. t,ltt-. ,- KHHnnliunlllf nl JOI mui nun i'i 11111 . iiiiiin, ri wnj Miimvuj. tv UN 11EHTH. Xl'l East Fulton atrreU m7-tfd RADIATOUH, OK ANY MAKE Oil DE sign, rim be furnished nlreasonableflgurea, by JOHN JlEHT.tlBEastFuIlen street. m7-tfd SrUMOAHriNUH, IllONOll I1KABS, LIGHT 1 or heavy, nt short notice, go le JOHN iST, SB Ensl Fulton street. m7-lfd rilANKH FOR WATEll.OILS, ACID Oil OA8 X or nny shape or capacity, nt fair prices, go le JOHN 11EHT. 3.U East Kulton street. m7-tfd IF IN WANT OK UllASS Oil I HON BTOP Cocks, Asbestos Paelted Cocks, Pet nud lllb Cocks, lerCecka, Hwlng Joints, call midget them, or send your order by mull, te JOHN 11EHT, !RH East Fulton street, m7-tfd F Oil PHATl" & CADY AHUEHTOH DISC Vull ,'M. .lJllf Ills Vnl V'l'u.llrfiHU f llnlin Vnlvn. it... .:..' i. :. .:. .V'.:. .;'.. ..":" nnii,iiuic wuvhh, iron uoey uioue taives Cli A Kulton .Street. m7-tfd 171011 PULLEYS, HIIAFTINO, COLLAltH, ? Hangers, Clump Ilexes, Couplings, etc., go te JOHN IlEHT. S.13 fest Fulton street. m7-tfd PACKINGS, AH FOLLOWH: DIIIIGO, KOH Hleam nnd Hydraulic Pnckliig.Asbestltepe, Wexeu und Wick l'ucklng. Hemp Packing, As bestos Mill Heard, Asbestos Cement, Asbestos Hheathlni;, Gum Pncfc!ng,Gum Itlngs for Water Giuigcs, Plumbuge Packing, Heed's Patent As bestos, Lined Sectional Pipe Cever, nt JOHN llliSl"H..iniIiist Fulton strecL ui7-tfd 1.,wiv n.b.,,ik UAUUl'A, lllVfll I, IV 1AJIY ; Pressure, Water Gauges, Giiuge Cerks, Weed Wheels or Weighted, Glass Tubes, ITtOIt HTEAM GAUG1CH, HIGH OK 1AJW iill-iiu-, njliliuiiqiill ni,-Ulll VJllllgeS, ,. Oilers Plain, water Gauge Celniiiua, Cis-l Ht earn Gauges, cull en JOUN 1ICST, ai1 Under ks for Wt East Kulton street. 1117-tfd 17'OHCAST IHON PIPE KITTINGH, IIOTH plain and reducing, up tell-Inch diameter, .Malleable Fittings, Manges, Flange Unions, Manifolds, American Unions, Tube Hupperts, Hangers, Fleer mid Colling Plates, go te JOHN UEHT'M,S.Mliist Kulton street. Iu7-lfd IF YOU WANT A KIHHT-CLAHH POIITAIH.E Engine and Heller, en wheels, cheap, as the following prices show; (i horse-power. JI75; 8 heihO-iHmt'r.fU); 10 lierse-isiwer, tWSj 15 horap herap lMiwer, t73; 'J) horse-power, SI,17S, call ut JOHN HIMT,:UJE.it Fulton street. m7-tfd WHITE COITON WAHTE, COPPED 1IY the pound, 10c; lu lets of 10 pounds or ever, Oc. All gsls delivered te nnv part of the city Free. Cnlleu JOHN HliST, Se. .til liist ! ulleu si reel. in7-td ( tOLO lineNZE. LIOITins and sizinii J fersteam work, nt JOHN IHWr'H.iSCl Knst I-niten street. m7.trd rNjr.rreiw, nun kijti.i: uiat, han- A cork lusplniteni and Electors, Eberiiian Heller 1'ceiler, Prnbcrlliy Insts'cter, American InJccteis, all III stuck, nt JOHN lltesTX, ti.13 Uist Kulton street. m7-tld "TTtOKTHEHEST HOT Alll KUKNVCeTn X the.iuarkel, go te JOUN 1IEHT, S.U I'iist rulten stiivt. m7-tfd OAHHY IN STOCK-IIEHT CHARCOAL, Hammered liar Iren, Deubla Refined Iren, llurden'a Rlvel Iren, Htwts, Het and Celd Heller Iren, Hteel, Hlieet Iren -lt) toNe.16.nl JOHN llEHT'H.SU East Fulton street. in7-tfd A GE.NCY KOH CALLAHAN A COS CK ,V- ment te take the place of Red Ix-ad. In bulk It makes Ue times the quantity of red lead and Is tar superior In making stesm Joints, packing man and hand hole, plates en boilers, AC, Ac, Price !W cents icr pound, nt JOHN UliST-H, SSJ East Kulton street. ni7-tfd fi nan rEKT op ,ii,k erem tiJ,JJJ inch le tl inch diameter, for sale at a lew-llgure, and the only hoiu-e In the etty wlthaplpuchlllng machine, cutting up te (1 Inch diameter, nt JOUN HEbT d,;VU 1 jt Ful ton street. tu7-tfd SAW MILUS, IlARKIILl7)7cOlTMTLiTs lA'iither Rellers, Thii Packers, Triple Herse Powers. -Milling nud Mining Miirtiiuery, at JOHN ilEST'H, ,m East Fulton street. ui7.tfd 70R HOLTS, 1.AG 8CREWH, HLTHCREWH, Lj Hquareand Hexagon Nuts, these goods In eck.ntJOHN UEarh. 333 East Fulton street. stock m7-tfd TOTICE TO TRKHPAHHKRH AND UUN .131 NERH. All erseiis nre hereby forbidden totrespusaeuauyoftliolauda of the Xirnwall ndHneeducll cfctutes lu Ibanen or Lnucastcr leunUes, whether lurlnsttt or uulnchwed, either for the nurese of alumtlug or fulling, as the law will be rigidly enforced against nil tres russiiig en suld lauds or the uuderslgued afte thla notice WM. COLEMAN FREEMAN II. PERCY ALDEN, KDW.O. FREEMAN, MMn r-r h w e.ii,THn'i llatra IJENHIONS. PENSIONS- TheNew Pension rilll Just passed entitles all Heldlers, Widows, .Miner Children and Impen dent Parents le n pension. ' will attend te all applicntlens placed lu my hands promptly. I hnve had four years' experience In the pension otllce nt Washington, D. tr. HILA8W.HUIRK, Jc2Wnid l'J North Duks Ht., Lunrusttr, l'. 9rn . W ILLIAMHON A rOMlEH. HERE A LITTLE AND There a Little t YOU CAN SAYE SOMETHING ON THE HM ALLE3T PURCHASE AT Our Mid-Summer Unquestioned Bargains -IN- Wasb Dress Goods & Figured Lawns Faat Celer Lawns, 2c, regular price, 6c. ChalUs, 3c, regular price, Ac Challla, 6c, regular price, flUc. llleges. Re, regular price, 5c. llleges, 4c, regular price, 7c. Ne. 6 Silk OreihOraln, 5c. Ne. 7 Silk Gres-Uruln, 8c. Nes. 0, 12 and 16 all marked 12Kc I1LACK SILK UROS-GRAiN, SATIN EDOE. Ne. 12 mnrked 10c. Ne. 18 marked Ltc. Ne. SO marked 10c. Ne. 40 marked 20c. Ne. 11 Fancy Htrlpe All Bilk, like. Ne. 2211lack Itrecuded. Via. Ne. 0, 12, 16, 22 Two-Tene all marked 12c ANOTHER LIUERAL OFFER IN GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS. fl Lisle Thread HhlrU cut te 50c. S3 BllkCrepe Shlrta cut te 12. 12 French Flannel Shirts cut te It, SO. .'18c Feather-Weight Drawers out te 25c. 60c Llsle Half-Hese ciltteSSc 3Se llalbrlggnu Drawers cut te 25c. 20c Unuze Shlrta cut te 13c. White Silk und (Satin Tics, 10c. or three for 23c. Fancy Hllk String Hews. 10c, er3 rer 25c. 17c and 25c Hllk Neckwear cut te 6c nud 10c 60c Teck Knets cutte3"c. MEN'S STRAW HATS. Carried from last year, nil nt 10c nnd 15c, MOO Light Htia Hats cutteS2SiO. J2.50 Light StlirilaU cut te (2.00. Atteclal Discount of 10 percent, allowed 011 all Hlraw Hats, regardless of former reductions nud tcry low prices. Traveling Bags and Trunks. Of the Heat Qualities nt the Lewest Prices. A limited qunnllty of Odd Sizes In Traveling Bags nt 60 per cent, less than their original price A lltg Drep In the Prices of Ladies' Steckinette Jackets. 2.60 Jnckets cut te (2.00. t (UM Jackets cut te 15.00. f 8.00 Jackets cut te Kt.OJ. tlO.tW Jackets cut te ts.OU. J10.00 Cleth Jackels cut te 15.00. t U.00 Cleth Jackets cut te 15.00, 1 11.60 Cleth Jackets out te J5.00. I RO0 Cleth Jackets cut to'.Se.OO. Children's Suits. 110.00 Suits cut teM.00. I 7.60 S11IU cut tetd.60. J 8.60 Suits cut te 17.00. t 8.00 Hulls cut te $1,011. S 4.00 Suits cut te f3.(M. MEN'S SUITS. S12 Men's BulU cut te 110.00. JH Men's Suits cut te (12.00. IIS Men's Suits cut te (14.00. BOYS' SUITS. (4.60 lleys' Hulls cut te H.50. (5 00 heys' Suits cut telt.OO. W.00 Beys' Suits cut te 15.00. (7.60 Reys' BulU cut te (0.60. MEN'S 0DDSUMMER COATS Men's Summer Coats and Vests, (1, !I5, (1.60, (1.75 and (2. Men's Flannel nnd Mohair Coats and Vests, (2.75. (J, 8-l.W, (4 and (5. Ijiwii 1'ennls Pants, (2.50. Clerical Coats, In Alpaca und llrap de Ete. Walter Backets in Alpaca nnd WI1II0 Duck. Make a Nete of This ! 51.811 Dungeln Common HeuseTurn Shoes cut te (.1.50. (5.60 Wnukenphast Tipped cut te 81. Jl.sil Dongola Opcm Tee Turns cut te (.160. II.MI Deuimln Cerk Sele Welts cut te (1. (1.08 Dongola Square Tee Turns cut te (.1. (.1.50 Pebble Wnukenphast, Plain Tee, cutteS2.50. (4.80 Dongola Ojieru Toe Welt cut te (t. (2 Hquare Tee Pebble cut te (1.60. (1.25 Opera Toe Hllppers cut te 76c. 1 (1.25 Opera Tee Slippers cut te 4c. Farm Implements ! 25oTwe-Tlno Hay Ferks cut te 20c. IOc I -one Handle Twe-Tine Hay Ferks cut te 25e 40c Leng Handle Three-Tine llay Ferks cut le Sue. 50; Grip Handle Ferks cut te35c. Boe Leng-Handle Ferks cut tettSc. fiue Hees, Solid Shank, FerruUd,3sc. 40c Hees, Solid Shank, Ferruled, HOC. 25c Hees, llest hteel Illades, 20c. 05c Leiig-lluudle Shovels, Solid Shank, 60c. tOe Long-llanilleMhevel, .lie. fOe Grl-Handle Shevel, 60c. 75t Sioep Hhe el,li0c. 45c Gilp Handle Spades, IV, -The past week was a grand one for shrewd buyers at our Mid-Summer Cut-Price Sale, 32-38 East King Street, LANCASTER, PA., mm m Williamson d Fester, NO, 813 MARKET ST.. UARRISUURU, FA 1 01; PEN EVERY EVENING. Fer Bargains. Ne. 14 Weit King St. ETerytbingSeld At andBclowGest, AS WE ARE POSITIVELY GOING OUT OF BUSINESS. mayMmd 1HE PEOPLE'S CASH STORE, A RARE OPPORTUNITY ! We efTer te-day a large let of Genuine French Satine AT 19 Cents Per Yard. These goods have sold at J13c te Stiic, and arc positively French, Many of the se-called French Ma tines sold here and elsewhere are the finer grades of domestic goods, but In order te meet this low price we will efTcr Genuine French Goods atjlOc, as nbove quoted. OUR ENTIRE STOCK OK SUNSHADES AND PARASOLS Will be eftsred Without Regard te Cost. Parasols worth from 13.60 te (7, will be sold at from 11.00 te (2.60. Rig Reduction In the prices of Embroidered Fleunrlngs, Colored Embroideries, Genuine Imported Scotch and French Ginghams, etc. As It Is our desire te cut the Bummer stock as low as possible this asasen, we will efler many things pertaining thereto at unusually low prices. 25 East King Street, LANCASTER. PA. martO-lydR N: EW YORK STORE. HOT WEATHER BARGAINS -AT THE NEW YORK STORE. BLACK SILK DHAPEIIY NET, 48 Inches Wide, Large Pelka Spot Reduced te 60e a yard. BLACK SILK DltAPEIlY NET, Russian Mesh, 48 Inches Wide, Excellent Q,ual lty, Reduced te 76c a yard. FINEST SILK IiKAPERY NETS Reduced from (3 te $2 60, from (250 te (2, from (2 te (1 60, from (1 75 te SI 25. Twenty Pieces, 45 Inch, EMBROIDERED FLOUNCINGS Reduced le 25c a yard ; former price, 37c. A FINE FRENCH SATINE Makes a handsome and most useful dress. We are closing out our whole stock of the latest designs at 19c a yard ; former price, a5c and 37)Jc. . NEW OUTING CLOTHS Reduced from 12c te 10c and Sc n yard. Best Value te be had lu MEN'S STRIPED OUTING SHIRTS at 25c, 37c and 60e euch. MEN'S JERSEY SHIRTS, Seft, Elastic and Durable, Reduced from 75c te 60c each. WATT & SHAND, 6. 8 AND 10 EAST KING ST. leuv. EVAN'S LOUR. 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. Crtipcte. CSATETiTJAltTKanOTOHE: 9rg . P.CSNYDER&BRO., Peeples Cash Stere, S. Sl l. One Price, Best Goods, Ne Stairs te Climb. 8HAUB & VONDERSMITH, 18, 20 & 22 East Orange Street autfSMyd SUtktttfi. s FECIAL NOTICK. The Greatest Redictiei of Alll -IN- Fine Tailoring, -AT- Liairr weight huitineb made up Ttl ORDEK AT WST. A very large assortmenier me iveaimyii Treusering reduced from ( and 110 te 16 am 17. And all light-weight goods reduced at tlv 49-ThU Extra HI Kednrtlen will eentlnu uunui uie Diuniaiei juui nuu auuuei. H. Crerhart DIRECT IMPORTINO TAILOR, 43 NORTH QUEEN STREET. d37tM H 1RSH BROTHER. WHY WE ARE BUSY ! BECAUSE The Ooeds are Substantial, of the 1 planes aim 01 tee jiesi rauerus. BECAUSE The Fit Is Sura te bfl Rlaht. whethH Back. Cutaway or Prince Albert Ceat I ins ru or our ranis cannot ne excelled. BECAUSE The PRICES are such that no house ca I compete with us. We have knocked tbl notiem eui or mem. MEN'S SUITS II 00 and Upward ROY'S SUITB -12 50 and Upward J CHILDREN'S SUITS ..tl 00 and Upward) MEN'S PANTS 75cUand Upwardj BOY'S PANTS .(Beta and Upwardj CHILDREN'S PANTS .20c ta and Upwardl FURNISHINGS AT PROPORTIONATELY LOW PRICES. CLOTHIERS, MHRGHANT TAILORS AN GENTS' FURNISHERS. I. Queen St., Centre Square, Market St LAN CASTER. PA ivr ERS & RATHFON. REDUCTION In All Our Lines of CLOTHING. All Suits Reduced in Price. Qualities ns Geed as Ever. Workmanship 1 uei Aliecieu uy lue I'nce. In Our Custom Department Yeu Can Find Many NOVELTIES FOll HUMSiut ivgaii. ine rriccs Are nigni. Myers & Rathven RELIABLE CLOTHIERS, NO. 12 EAST KINQ STREET. gev alc ev itcjtt. TTTtOR RENT HANUSOME FRONT ROOK , en 2d fleer. Ne. 12 WestKlngstreet; flneM location in me city loreznce or ugni. ousieesi inquire 01 w. w. amuh, - ru20-tfd Aller's Gallery. F OR RENT- THAT LARUE CENTRAL BUSINESS STANDI NO. 20 EAST KING STREET. Inquire within. mll-lfd TTIOR SALE CHEAP A Twe-Story Brick Dwelling Heuse, an bv 28 feet, with two-story brick back build Jnjr 12V by 26 feet. Hall and seven rooms. Lel """""" JOHN II. MBTZLKH. Vn IIS. Duke St. s ECURE A HOME FOR .YOUR FAMILY. Secure a Heme for Yeiir Family F JK SALE ON THE MOST LIBERAL TERMS. Twe-story brick dwelling houses, lets 13 reel ueeii. en i-Tuciiiier avenue, ueiwcen mil nui uuu ixmen streets. Twe-story brick dwelling houses with man I iinrd reef. Derchei. in front, leta 115 feet deep, oil North Pine, belwetn Chestnut aud Watnutl streets. Twe-story brick dwelling heues with front I yards, Iren fences, lets 160 feet deep, en Wesll Walnut, between Mary aud Pine sereets. I Twe-story brick dwelling houses, lets 145 fee 1 1 deep, en West Ix'ineu stieel, between Charlette I and Mary streets. Three-story brick dwelling houses, lets 150 feet deep, with all the modern improvements, front yards, en West Chestnut street, between Pine and Nevln streets. Alse houses en East Walnut, North Lime North Mury, between Walnut nnd Lcuieu, and Lemen, between Mary and Pine streets. All the nbove houses are In geed order, newly riapered, kus fixtures in all the rooms, water lu he kitchen, und the cellars warranted te be dry. Call uudste for jeursclf, 110 trouble te show you. JNO. F. GRIEL.1 -..,. JACOU URIEL, Execute-apr2-lyd.M.V.H. 32d North Marv BtreeL vrial ilnttcce. .STATE OP ELIZABETH M1HHI.EH, Ijj laie 01 tne city 01 imcasier, eeceacu. llterii ti-tninentarv en slid estate havlim been unuited te the undersigned, all persons Indebted thereto aw reiiuestwl te make Im mediate payment, and thee hu lug claims or demands iiKalnst the same, will present them without delay for settlement te the under-' HIRSH d BROTHER Summer Reductions ! ! Sigueu, residing in uiecity 01 ijtiicunier. ALLAN A. HERR, Executer. Or le X). G. KsllIXMAN. HU Attorney. JunlB-OtdW J j" 5 - ' " . . .,.