A UD'S SAD FAJE.
wiuilM m MNWNS IX THE RIVKR M
With Companions lie Kntr tlin Stream
And Gets Borend II la Dpth-Tn
Funeral en Friday.
bej.LMBiA. Julv !. A very sail drown
ing accident liatincnctl about 4 o'clock
yesterday afternoon In tbe Susquehanna
river at this place, whereby Willie Russ, a
thirteen-year-old son of Frederick Riiss,
-wholesale llciuer dealer en Seuth Fourth
atreet, met his death. The. Bccldeut did net
Income known until sorne tlme later,
owing te the boy's frightened rouivinleiis
being afraid te tell of the Mirth. Yeung
Rusa, In company with Harry Appetd,
JahiM Brady, Fred Broey and Harry
Quenzer, went te the river,
near the Susquehanna rolling mill,
and went In swimming. Wlllle Hum
get beyond his depth, and being un
able te swim was washed off his feet. The
ether boys became badly frightened and
vera powerless te help Hubs, as they could
net swim. They boys ran away and
agreed upon a story that while at the saw
mlHS boy had told them that young lluss
had been drewned. This story they told
a lad named Wlllle Smith, who at ence
told the hey's mother, the father
being at Harrlsburg at the tlme. The
boys stuck te their story, until he he he
rele measures wcte resorted te, when
hey told n straight story and said lhat
they had been In swimming with Huaannd
saw him drown. A searching iwrty was
formed and the body recovered about 0
o'clock last evenlng about twenty feet
from shore, almost at the, spot where he
Deputy Corener Horshey empnnnclled
the following Jury, who viewed the bedyl:
Henry Wostermnn, II. Sehlll, Alex Craig,
Peter Mummau, Jehn J. Zelfilcrnnd Cyrus
Bruncr. A verdict of accidental urown urewn
Ing was rendered.
The body was removed te the parents'
home, and the funeral will be held en Fri
day afternoon at 2 o'clock from Salem
Officer Shlll itrrnsted ft man and woman
this morning about ene o'clock en the rail rail
read near town. They wcre veiy drunk
and had with thcm a small boy, who boie
evidence of bcltigshamcl'ullyaliliied. They
were locked up ever nlnlit mid this morn
ing sent te Jail for thirty days liytjriiilre
Selly. Jut ejitigutlen will be niaile as te
who the child Is and an effort will be mnde
te place him In sonie Institution away from
the lulluouces surrounding him.
A big wreck happened yesterday at 4 p.
m. en the Tort Deposit railroad, nbeut ene
mile south of reach Bettem. l-.iigluu Ise.
800 struck a cow, throwing theenglne off
the lnu.lt and wrecking nlue cars. Ne
person was hurt. The tracks wero tern
up for seme distance. The wrcckers wero
In sctvlce and returned this morning at 6
A monster excursion of one thousand
peeple In eighteen cars went en the excur
sion of the Washington Sunday school te
The Brothorheod of HI. Audren, ufSt.
Paul's P. 1j. church, will Jein the picnic of
the Sunday schools of the same donoininu denoininu doneininu
tion of Lancaster, Mauhclm nnd Mt. Hepo
te Penryn, en Thursday.
W. 11. Hogemloblor, the only sun Iver of
Ce. I"., 70th Hegt., living In Columbia, is
attending a reunion of that company at
Tlshlng Creek, te-day.
Uriah Helslngcr, colored, sued Ann
Richard for being drunk and dlioulerly,
before Siiulre Evans. Thoevideuco shetted
that Uriah was the one who was drunk
and tbe unuire sent him te Jail for five
W. B, Given and vtlfe have goue en a
Ui'PWKS KOll hCITOOLS.
Contracts AsvhisKhI lly n Committee of
the llenril en Tuesduy.
The text book commlttee of the city
c.'ioel beard met last evenlng at the olllce
of Dr. H. M. Bolenlila and opened pro
posals for the furnishing of books und sup
plies for the ensuing year. Fer ionie of
the articles thcie wero no bidder?. Theso
awatded wero as fellows'
American Boek Company, JfowTeik
Swlnten's llrst rcader and primer, 20 cents
per copy j second roader, 23 centM ; third
reader, 40 ceuts; leurth re.uler, Sfi cents;
t fifth lciuler, 72 cents; sixth leader, SC
f cauls; " Easy Steps for Llttle Feet," 20
cents; golden book of cholce readlug, 21;
Gray! school and Held book of botany,
(1.41; geographical reader, IS cents;
Uoekor'H child's book of natute, parts 1
and 2,33 ceuts; Speucnrlan copy, Xes. 1,
i, C and 8, 70 cents per dej, ; tolemaclie, 72
cents per copy.
Jehn L. Atwater, Chicago New Ameri
can primary spoiler, 20 cents per copy ;
pronouncing speller, 23 cents; Bacen's
essays, 12 cents ; Addison's Sir Keger, 12
cents; Irony's sketch book for chlldren
and Merchatit of Venice, 12 cents.
W. A. Olmstcad, New Yerk One feet
rules, 14 cents per do7en; slutes7xll,$ll for
144 ; slate pencils, ?2J for 400 boxes ; Glllett
steel pens, 303, 73 ceuts per box ; ink, 30
cents per gallon ; crayon, iSj cents per box.
Christopher Sewer Ce., Philadelphia,
Brooks' normal written ailthiiielic,57 cents;
Buohrle's arithmetical exercises 18 ceuts.
Allen & Ce., White's drawing book, Nes.
1, 2 und 3, il cents and Ne. 4, 11 cents.
Inquiier Publishing company, Lancas
ter, blank drawing exercispboek, 17 J cents
per dozen ; paper, ruled letter head, 10
pound te ream, 50i.; fur (10 teams ; packet
nete 7 kuih1h te ream, $10.20 for CO reams.
W. U. Bey, Uiiichster- Luge blank
book, $18.72 for 12 dozens ; small blank
book, 32 piges, Stl5 fei 200 dezen, medium
blank books, $05 for 100 dozens ; spoiling
blanks, 18 for 30J doiens; unruled book
paper, letter head hize, S0.60 per ream : nete
size, $8.&u per ream ; draw lug paper, 21x30,
10; blank copy book fei Oerinan script,
110 for 20 dozens.
S. II. Zuliin it Ce., Lancaster Allen A
Grennaugh's Latin giammar, SI. IS ; black
board eiusers, 5S cunts u dozen ; Webster's
Unabridged dictionary, 53.21 per copy ;
Yeung Felks Encyclopedia or Persons and
Places, 51.0'J per copy ; American Scheel
Square, W cents per dezen.
Julius Leeb, Lancaster, slates 0xt, single,
i 31 cents per dezen; Speucerinn school
pens, Ne. 1, 75 cents per box ; pen holders,
40 cents per gross; India rubber eiasers,
00 cents nor Kress. ftnencerlan i.nncn
coin pas, 9 per gross
Leach, Shew ell A Sanborn, New Yerk,
Parker's bupplctuetitury toader, 25 cents
per cepy: GreenleaPs national arithmetic,
DO cents per copy.
Cepperthwuit A Ce., Philadelphia,
Warren's physical geography, $, ,,or
Shelden t Ce., New Yerk, Bullion's
English grammiir, ik" ceuts per copy.
Houghten, .Mifflin it Cox, Bosten, Evan
geline Klveiside literatttre, 15 cents per
H, L. Trout, Laucaster, boeKkeeping
blanks, $22.50 for 300 sets.
AU Attempt te Beb.
Thieves Jmade an eilert last night te
break Inte tbe residence of Assessor
Venderamith, of the Second ward, An
entrance was ellccted Inte the yard by
breaking open the gate. The thieves then
forced a window shulter, and as they were
about entering the lieiibe were scared awny
by hearing Mr. Vendeismlth ceme down
Ne Market On the heutli jSIde.
Mayer Clark had two policemen en duly
en list King ttrcet this morning te pre
vent farmers from occupying the south
aide of the fcrjuare from Puke te Centre
'. " V 1
Tlin OPKS1XO t8BUVlCKS. !
A J-rii Attnilanc nt the Methodist
Campmeetlniz at Laadterllte.
IiAMi vit.l.t:, July 23. The llrst meet
ing of the ramp was held In the audi
torium at 7:IQ last evening, nnd was very
well attended, ttvorybedy scorned anxious
for camp te coinmenee. After singing
"All Hall the Power of Jesus' Name,"
Bev. Mageo, of Strasburg, made the own
ing prayer of the camp.
Itev. J. F. Crouch then read Ihe ltSth
psalm and sjxjkna few words of welcome
He told, In a very cheerful manner, all
who wero Interested In the camp their
rcspectlve duties for the next ten daye.
Several of tbe ministers spoke, among
whom woie Dr. Vernen, of Lan
caster; llev. J, Dungau, of Marietta j
Bev. Charles Beads, of Philadelphia;
Mr. Patten, of Columbia. After prayer by
Rev. IS. C. Ycrkes, and boncdlcllen by
Bev. Gaul, of Christiana, thore was a gen gen
The spirit of the peeple manifested at
this meeting shows their Intention for
work. A few young people galhercd
around Prof. Klrkpatrlck, Joining with
him In singing some of the new songs. A
large crowd enjeyed the music.
Among the new arrivals are Rev. J.
ltargis, presiding clder, Dr. N. M. Vernen,
Lancaster, Bev. C. Gaul, Christiana, Bev.
IS. C. Ycrks, Lancaster, Aldus C. Herr,
Lancaster, Miss Sarah Martin, Lancaster,
Mr. Patten und family, of Columbia, A
great many peeple from the Immediate
vicinity weie also In attendance.
At r:30 o'clock this morning the bell rang
for alt who am tenting en the camp ground
At 0:30 o'clock all who have touts and
cottages are oxpected te have family wor
ship, and theso net having homes 'en the
ground may attend the service, for these
especially, in the tabornacle.
At S:30 o'clock the public prayer service
was bold at the stand. This was led by
Bev. Chas. Beads. After several prayers
and hymns quite a number testified for
At 10:30 preaching sci vice was conducted
by Bev. J. II. Hargis, presiding eldor, of
the West Philadelphia district. After read
ing Isa. 10 nnd II, Act lx., .')!., " thou had
the churches rest throughout all India and
Galilee and Samaria and wero edllled"; and
"walking in the fear of the Lord,and In the
comlert of tholIelyOhost,wero multiplied,"
he held the congregation for 45 minutes,
preaching from Acts 0, 31.
The order of worship wasanneuucedthln
morning by the president ; (1:30 family
worship; S, young people's meeting; P,
public prayermeellug at the stand ; 10:30,
preaching; 1:30, children's hour ; 3, preach
ing; il:30, meeting fei the promotion or
holiness In charge of Mis. Whceler; 7,
Among the arrivals aie Bev. Mr. Shoo Sheo Shoe
smith, Mt. Jey; Bev. Mr. Themas, Mrs.
M. 8. Whoeler, Mr. A. Briiner, Columbia;
Mrs. Behrer, Strasbuig; MissSuoNewlon,
Philadelphia; Miss Mary llaldy, Lancas
eor; Mr. I). K. Iaudisaud wife.
Yeung Poeplo's Day will be, as an
nounced, en Saturday. Bev. J. F. Crouch
will pleach In the morning.
Samuel W. Weldleriind family , or Cin
cinnati, Ohie, nie In Lancaster, visiting
J. W. Lckeniede, of this city, is spend
ing a week in I'arkesburg.
Dr. J. M. TU70I and Tamlly are spending
a weck in Mechaiilcshmg, Cumbnrlaud
County Solicitor Lane, his mother and
daughter, Anna May, are spendlng this
day In Atlantic City.
Miss Mary Cremer, of ChamberKburg, Is
the guest of MIhh Maine Gruel.
Mrs. Sarah A. Clinten, wife of the popu
lar baggagomaster of the P. B. B. station,
Is visiting her sister, Mis. Buuuer, at Mt.
Mrs. M. Uoigleuud daughter Auule nre
spending a week In Philadelphia and vi
cinity. Mis. fleer go Hweigart and children, of
Wilmington, Del,, are hore visiting Mrs.
fj.'.s bie'.liui In-law, Albert Clinten.
1'nul Deughcity left this morning lei
Leng Branch and Spring Lake.
llliam McCaskey has geno te Gap te
speud a short tlme.
Thu Akren band will held n fettval nl
Akren en Sutuuluy evenlng.
Miss Floreucu Itnub, of Qnarryville,
returned this morning from a month's visit
te Pulaski, Virginia, whom slie had been
en a visit te her uncle, Jehn W. Kckmau.
Mrs. 1.1 1 mens ltathveiiaud chlldien have
geno te Philadelphia en u short visit.
Te-morrow St. Stephen's Lutheran Sun
day school will held their picnic at Tell's
Haln, which place can be reached by the
Kast ISud electric cars. German gaines
will be introduced by the teachoisef the
The Sunday school or St. James' parish
will picnic tu-iuonew ut Penryn park.
The officers of the Sunday school will he
at the parish building this evenlng te sell
tlckets and distributed thorn te the scholars.
Andrew J, Campbell, of Ceburn, Centre
county, Pa., and Audiew G. Frey, drug
gist, of this city, tlshed for 1 1 out in the Poe
mountains mi the I5th lust., nnd caught
MixHOs Auule and Kale Burkhail went
tt Mauhclm te spend a two weeks ncntlen.
-Miner l'ollce C'usOH.
James Ryan and Samuel Craig, wero sent
te Jail en Tuesday afternoon for llve days
for diuukeiiuess and disorderly conduct
by Aldeiuiau Burr.
Jehn Moeuey and Themas Net ten,
whose bad conduct was noted yesteiday,
pleaded guilty te the charge of disorderly
conduct against thorn ut Alderman Burr's
and were discharged upon payment of
Jeseph erlats paid the costs at Alitor Aliter
man Barr's te-day en u surety of the peace
case piefencd by Daniel McGce. The case
of cirrylug cimccilcd deadly wcupeiiH was
Richard Apperly gave ball te appear nt
Aldermau A. 1'. Dennelly's last evenlng te
answer charges of assault and battery and
malicious liespass. lle Tailed te appear
and the aldeiuiau heard the crises the same
ns If he was present. The testimony was
that he assaulted Jeseph Boxleltuer, fol
lowed him te his field and threatened te
kill him. The assault and battery case was
returned te court and the ethor held under
Peter Deuunel sold a herse for ?ti0 te
Const. R(etiiinr,repicsentliig It tobe a geed
driver. Beettner pilil for the horse, and
nfterwaids, by pcisemtl experience, found
that the home was net as rcpicsonted. lle
has preloneil a talse pretense case Hgalnst
uemincl at Aldermiiii llcrshey's.
Suuiu Martin is a tenant of Christiana
Harinan. Susan lcfused te pay her lout,
und beo.nit-e she was scrvinl with a notice
te quit Miogel drunk yeslerday and bo be
haved badly. A suit against her at Alder
man Hershey's Is the lcsult.
lle Was Carrleil Through.
Heinrlch Velth, a baiber, who Is em
ployed In Llller's shop.get the worth or his
money when he purchased u ticket for Mt.
Gretna yesterday morning. He speut the
day In the camp and beardod the train
which arrived boreal 8:35 in the evenlng,
te ceme back. He Ml asleep en the way
home, but was awakened when the train
neared the city. Befote the cars came te a
standstill he was again dreaming and his
fi lends, w he had aroused him, left the train.
The result was that he was earrled thteugh
te Philadelphia and he did net reach Lan
caster until t: 35 this inernlng.thlrteen hours
The New Company Getiic te the Ciiuip.
The Lancaster Fenclblcs will luave Lan
caster for Mount Gretua at 0:30 te-morrow
morning. At the camp they will be met
by officers In charge there nnd shown
A Nr.W OrrtCKIC'KEATgb.
Lancaster Can Nesr Beast of.'finaapc ef.'finaapc of.'finaapc
nirefsowei'a. Street Commissioner Sinellz has ap ap
H)lnted Geerge W. ISahy sewer Inspector
In place of Benjamin Trout, who has gene
te Hiinltugdeji te Instruct the officials of
that town hew te npcrate the read roller.
This olllce la a new oite, created ly the
street commlttee without any authority
and Is tiald te hae been made se that
one inore ellUcian could be provided with
an easy berth at the city's expense. The
query naturally arises Is, If Lancaster Is te
have a sewer Inspocler why net have ene
who knows something about the work he
Is supposed te superintend.
The chlcr will probably answer this
query by saying that as councils elected
him commissioner, without any knowledge
en his pail, of the manner in which streets
should be repaired and constructed, he
w euld, with the same propriety, np(Klnt as
Inspectors of aowers a man who nover had
any experience In sower building and
known nothing about it.
In this nomination the street commis
sioner ought te be asked te explain what
has beceme of the oxnenslyo read roller
purchased se short tlme age by the city.
An KxcltliiB Huuawny.
Last evenlng Martin Bates had n ery
exciting runaway In which he might have
been seriously Injured. He was driving a
spanking pair of bay horses along North
Duke street, and near Orauge he lest con
trol of them. The animals run up Dukn
street at a frightful rate of speed, and peo
ple who aaw them coming loll nure that Mr.
Bates would bokllled. The stable where the
herses aie kept Is en James street, around
from Duke. When the horses readied
James they turned. One of thorn ran en
either side of an electric light pole, which
struck the yeke and brought them te a
standstill. The suddeu stepping threw
Bates from the wagon and he lauded en tbe
nldewalk, some dlstance from the buggy.
He was considerably bruUeJ, but his Inju
ries are byine means serious. The horses
wero almost stripped of their harness in
thi: iiiMTeiir or two tiieatiks.
Kx-Soerotni'.v lliiyniil Micnks of TIiohe
AVItlidritwn liy Ir. Clevelnnd.
ISx-Secretary of State Themas F. Bayard
was Interviewed en Tuesday at his home
in Wilmington en reciprocal relations of
the United States w 1th ether countries dur
ing the Clevelnnd administration. Con Cen
corning the leclprecal policy with the
American sugar-growing countries, which
had been negotiated by ex-Secretary
I'rollughuyheu, and which was said Ina
New Yerk paper en Tuesday te have been
se distasteful te President Cleveland that
congressional action thereon was net taken,
the ox-sectetary said :
"There wero two. treat In which were
still before the Seuate when Mr. Cleveland
took olllce en March 4, 1885. One was the
Nicaragua!! canal project, which committed
the United States te the purcliaseand ac
quisition or sovereignty evor a narrow
strip or land and water within the bound
aries or Nicaragua and Cesta Rica, coupled
with the agreemint te construct und main
tain a canal across the Isthmus. This was
ene of the treaties recalled by Mr. Clovo Clevo Clove
laud Irem the Senate, which body had
already ienised te latify It, although still
retaining the Instiument In lis custody.
"The only ether Unity withdrawn by
Mr. Cloielanil was the proposed commer
cial treaty with Spain proposing certuln
reciprocities of tiude between Antilles and
the rniled States. By It inore than fJO,
0110,000 of our revenue derived from duties
en Hiicar would han been made a tree gill
te Cuba and Perte Blce, without diminish
ing In the slightest degreu the cost of sugai
te the American consumers. The ticaty
was thoLeforo recalled bocause it was con
sidered wiser for the government, of the
Culled Slates te make Mich l eductiens In
revoiiiie that would luure te the beuclH of
Its own citizens and lessen the cost of liv
ing te the laboring population of this
country. It was also considered that It Is
wiser Ter this government te retain In its
own hands the sole and abselute control
ever Its sources or roveuuo than te tie
thorn up in conventions with othcrgovern ethcrgovern othcrgevern
moiils." Tli Selt'-Aulliiir Hull Company.
The Seir Acting Ball company was
eliaitered by the governor en Tuesday.
The capital stock of the ceinpjuy ls?'J0,
(MX, Hinl the dliectursef the company nre
Kduin K. Sujder, Charles S. Snyder,
and Philip C. Snyder. Ocorge C I'ahno I'ahne I'ahno
steck is the treasurer. The Intention of
the company Is te inunulacture patent
self-acliug bells, pusheis ami pulls, and
T'hey Wero llopreiiiiiuilod.
Five young boys, who wero found in the
disreputable club room en Monday ovon evon oven
iug, wero borero the mayor tills afternoon,
and they wcre each giveu a sovero repri
mand. All piomlsed te bohave.in the best
possible manner in the future, and as their
parents have learned or their conduct also,
It Is likely that they w 111. They have sov sev sov
ercd thulr eounectlon twitli the club which
w HI no doubt will be geed fur the oiganl.a eiganl.a oiganl.a
tlen. The Yeunir Democrats' Ploule.
The liidicatieiiH aie that the plcnlu of the
Yeung Domeciata en July 31 will be
thu largesl that has heeu held at Pen
ryn this year. Already oer fi(K) tickets
lme been sold, and peeple will be theie
from Lebanon, Harrlshurg, Columbia,
Beading, Qnarryville, and ethor places.
S.'O.OOO Less Caused u DerVctlve flue.
Thu hill school building, a private Insti
tution of learning in the suburbs of Potts
tow ii, Pa., was tlestieycd by lis'e oil Tuoh Tueh
day. The flre was due te a ilcfccthn Hue.
The less la estimated at about $55,01X1,
Tensions O runted.
,.The following laitutastrlatm have been
granted pensiens: Jehn Sillily, Jacob
Beitz, ally; Bebcccti, widow of Jehn Mc Mc Mc
Oelnir te Mui-epe.
Dr. J. Clinten Full. Ictl at neon te-day
te sail fei Kuropeoii the stoamer Augusta
Victeria en Thuisday. Hu will attend the
Medical Congiess at Beilln and iciiiniii
abroad for study.
(Joes ti North Carolina.
Bev. Walter P. King leavos Lancaster
te-day for Kelly's, Bladen county, North
Cuielliia. Hogeos Ihoie te take chaigoef
the Oriental ncademy, recently established
by the Baptist church, fur thu education of
Chinamen Ter missionary purposes.
Tell Inte tlie Creek.
A man named liutli walked oil the
wharf into the creek at Potts' Lauding last
night, lle was uninjured by his Tall, hut a
suit or clothes was ruined.
Jehn Shiik and Constable- Suadei at
tended the weeds meeting ut Terre Hill,
last night, vyhlle they wero in the" weeds
seme one droe oil with their team. It
was found near Beidenbach's Mere, where
il hud been abandoned by Iho thieves and
iclurned te the owners.
Sheriff Burklielder ported hills te-day
for the sale of il propel ties In the
city, borough and county. The sale wil
take place en the afternoon of the 10th e
t;ut This Out, -uve It, and Wnlt Until
Te-morrow MerultiKi July VI, at
Uwlugluthehciule i-tterli of Ihe brave Hie
mcu at the lute lledlerd ktreet tire, In Iloten,
Mu.lQ4Nevcniber2jtli last, where Ihe front
portion only of llveuitlm lloer of one of the
largest inuuufuclurlng clothiers of that clly
was abliuc, tts),tXM r erlh of men'e, Ik nnd
children's clothing, consisting of fine nud mo me
dlum grade or mils of all qualities nnd fine
pantaloons have been saved und untouched,
net damaged, and lue entire stock has been or er
derert te be removed te Uwcakter, Pa. flie
immense building, Ne. 21 CrntreSmiarc.be.
tweenbeuth Queen and Kant King streets, has
bicu rciitcd ut au cnorineuii ixpene for this
ClrntVlrctnbnuieHl orciethlni. As all
toeAs are appralsM at fertyccnU en the dollar,
this .wonderful le will ensbla the people of
this city nnd surrounding country te buy thtfr
clothing for "nlmest nothing." The entire
stock will he sold and turned Inte rash money
te effect an Immediate scttlrintiit of Inturanre
policies. Wa will swing open the doers for this
wonderful sale Thursday morning, July 21th,
at 0 o'clock promptly, at the above named
building, and continue for ten days, and ten
days, only. Here' hew they'll go; esc men's
geed working pnnU, worth II. W. P8c bnys bet
ter ones, 10 styles, worth 12. II.V9 for fine all
wool casntmere pants, nebby styles, worth 4M.
J ml think of It ; 2.W takes choice or plaid or
stripe mtn't iultt, all sires, worth very much
merc-tlffi buys tplcndld men's suits, all sizes,
and (all te match), twcnty-ilv styles, worth 113,
10.19 buys wide wale black worsted or diagonal
suits, cutaways or sacks, worth IIA. tr.Wfer
extra flne dress salts, dark or light colors, cost
te mnnuracture ngalti as much. IS.M special
quality satin faced, black Prince Albert dress
suits und flue black wide wale cheviot mills,
worth I JO. Juntlhluker II," Here yeiiVI nte"
300 splendid children's suit', silages, Mc, and
IM chlldien's platted school suits will go for
IL'10, but lire really worth tIM, with 100 boys'
(long pants) suit for tlM, and 1,000 pairs kne
pants at lle per pair, (while they last). 69c
washable tcersuckcr coats and vests, worth
11.50. Alt ether goods will be sold In the same
proportion us the above mentioned articles.
The Insurance agents wish te Impress you
with the fact thai there are thousands of fine
tailor made suits and pauUiloens all Included
In tills great sale. Every man and woman
within sixty mites of Lancaster, Pa., should
visll this " Great Hoten Fire Hale of Clothing,"
which will continue for 10 days only. De net
stay away for fear of nt getting waited upon
as leu extra salesmen will 1)9 here te serve you
fur this Kient event. Come rslu or shine, get
your dollar and pantile together as here's a
chance of a lifetime te secure clothing at nne
hslf ciwt te insmifnctiire. All street cars of the
clly railway pass the deer. During this " great
tale ofclethlug " salesroom remains open till 9
at night and Saturday till II. Car fare will be
paid te nil purchasers residing out of the clly.
The managers again with te 'State that they
may be compelled nl any moment throughout
the day te close the doers when the crowd Is
tee great, and earnestly icquest one nnd all te
be putlcnt until ethors Inside are watted en, as
this mammoth building Is entirely tee inn II te
admit the rush without some system. Loek for
sign and number. " Ureal Bosten Flre bale of
Clothing," Ne. 21 Centre Square, Iwtween Houth
Queen and I'-ast King streets. Nonuctleti sale,
1. H. Country merchants will de well te visit
this great sale. JyZHfd
Dennelly.-In this city, en the 23d lnt,.
Catharine, daughter of 1'rn nil K, and Mnry
Dennelly, ugd 8 months.
The relatives and filenUsuf the family are r-
spnclfully Invited te attend the runcrnl, from
her piiients' residence, Ne. :117 Knst Chestnut
street, en Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. In
terment nt HI. Mary's eemetery. ltd.
Plillndellihlu Produce Mitrket.
I'ltlLADRLPlllA, July 2.VNisn-Klnurquteti
I'enn'n supers, 2 2.Vt2u): extra. 27i.1O0;
family, $I2.V375; roller, f 1 7IVa.4 Si patent,
l TS'i 15.
Wheat quiet ; Ne. 2 Red new. IWKfeOlc; Ne. t
Pa. de, lf)c ; Ne. 1 1'cnn'u Hid, (8e.
Quotations by Reed, McUrann A Ce., banners
nKW YORK LIST. 11 A. M.
s r. m.
Atchison, Tep., Hanta Fe...
V. C. (J. & I
Colerado Ceal S2
Chl.Ht. I.. . I'bg
Den. A ItteO
Del. I,. A W US
Leu. A N.
Mich. Cen ,
VM VAX IM'i
Missouri I'nclQc. 71
Heck. Valley. M
N.V. l'ref S2i
N. V. V
New Kuglnnd );
Oregon TranscentlneutAl.. 47
Ontario W 10K
Richmond Terminal . -J1--
Ht. l"aul TJJi
Uulen Pacific MJf
H. N. Y. A Plilla
ft.RII MJ, MJ4
Weadlns: 2 23 1-1
r. a k
1'eeples 1'um. ,
iii:,vr-iuiiK hyk wiuskius, iilack-
Vy utrry, nil
lngeraud Kummcl llraudlcs.
IlOUllEK'S LIQUOK BTOIIE,
Ne. 22 Centre Square,
ntTANTKD-A (llltr. WANltl
: can clve
f V tien todegenerul housework
Apply alTIllaeri'ICE. ltd
JX. small It nuiv be, Isa great luxury. LAN.
great luxury. I.AN
AMKUICAN MECHANICS llUII.DINO
and Ieuu Asboclatien. Semi annual
stockholder meeting will be held en .Monday
Kv cnlng, July 2S. at 7J o'clock, at Solicitor lto lte
laiid's Utllw. 20k Houth Dulte street, te tukc
action en auditor s rapeit. Dins for July pavn
blent same time. The books are new open for
suhseilptlens te the new seiks uf tteck.
Jji-H,W,a JOHN II. KEIl.M.ScJ'y
PUBLIC HALE OF A LAItGK LOT Of
Household unit Kitchen Furniture at Ne.
f! High street, en tomorrow iTIiursday) ufter ufter ufter
noen. Iujsteads, teddlug, bureaus, tables,
chairs, large lel of rag carpet, three stoves,
glass nnd nueensware; alsoulel of weed, Hale
te commence at oucn'rleck.
ltd JACOB UUNDAKi:"., Auctioneer.
PUIILIO HALE OF 1I011HEHOI?) rTJilNL
ture, en Ihursday, July 21, at Ne. 40U
Seuth Queen street, nt 1 o'clock p. m.: Bed
room holt, Lounge, Cnnr-kcat and Windser
I'hnlis, Extension Table, Walnut Desk, l'arler
nnd two Cook Steves, Carpets, n let of New
C imferts, and inuny thlutts net nameil.
Joel Ij. Haines, Auctioneer. ltd
TSTATE OK WILLIAM JUDITH, L.VTE
Jli of Ijincuster city, deceased. Letters testa
menlnry en said estate having been granted te
thenndeisljintd, nil persons ludihicd thereto
arercqutsted te make Immediate pujment.and
these having claims or demands ngnu the
same, will pievcnt them without delay for set
tlement te the undersigned.
11, C. Kkeadv, Alteiney Jj2WtdW
Orudunteef the i'hlludclphla College of Pliai-
N. W. COB. CI1ESTNI7I' A MAHY STS
I'reisuallens compounded und medicines dh-
peiu-ed at all lieur Day and Night.
a-Nlght Hell. .Telephone. 11
I'er all Soldiers and Heldlers'
WIiIehb ly av.
M. V. Kilburn,
Ne. N. Water Ht.
References Gl.n. II. A. Hamuricut, Hey
II. W. Patterson.
Wounded at Perry vllle, Ky., Octeter 8, 1W2.
fEDUOIiuN IN PRICE
NOW IH1IIKTIMKTO OUT YOUR WINTER
At the Kollewlns Prices :
Hard nnd Medium, llreken, Kgg and Nut
rl'W. Pej,M,W. Mevc.Sl.iS.
OFFICES: NORTH PRINCE AND NEW
riTHELTK and NO. 22 EA8T KINO SIREET.
A Big Let of
THE COMMON SENSE
NO. 40 EAST KING 8TRUKT.
MARIETTA PilEHEHVINU KETTLEH,
IN FIVE, TEN.TWENTY-K1VE AND FIFTY
LANCABTER CHEMICAL COMPANY
rpHE NEW BEAMLES9 BTEEL COOKING
1 Ware Is better than granite and sells for
half Iho price,
riSHE HEAMLE8H COOKING WARE IB
JL strong, dtunble and cheap,
WK ARE GRADUALLY WORKING
order out of chaos. We are sold out of
nema lets of Heels and Reds, but we have
unearthed n let of Reds and Reels that
wcre lest sight of In the hurry and bustle of
mnklng alterations. Thene we efler at special
bargain prices. Remember we are Headquar
ters ter Fishing Tackle.
FRAILEY1? EABT END PHARMACY,
(Opposite Eastern Market).
1 I ta th BpengCB and line Cha-
melsat llsirgaln Prices.
T THE HULETT CARRIAGE CO.'B
11.111. I-LJ (, .ft, lllt
K VYWIUYn, IIJIJ llll, nil',
VANTED Uetwccn Aucust 1 nudBenlem-
her 1, twenty (20) Carriage Makers, consisting
of lleitymakers, Carrlagcsinlths mid Klnlshcis,
Painters and Trimmers; none but these who
have families and want steady work need
apply. Geed houses can be obtained nt low
rents; convenient te factory. An excellent op
portunity will be given apprentices te learn
trades In tun different departments. Glals
can get employment In trimming department.
Cupuclty of works, :l,000 v chicles per year.
eek Commencing MONDAY", JULY 31.
Milliken k Certrss Oprra Ce,,
In the Favorite Opera,
With Miss Carrie Tutcln as "Olivette.'"
43-AdmtMlen, 10 cents.
Proprietor and Manager.
Week Commencing Monday, Julv !!8,"CHlMt!i
OF NORMANDY." mvaKlind
MUST BE SOLD
MAKE ROOM FOR FALL STOCK,
Slippers and Oxford Ties,
28 AND SO EABT KING STREET,
Less Than Half Price.
NOS. 28 AND 30 KAST KING STHKKT.
Yeu won't need te be en
your guard here. Yeu will
save money by buying Re Re
lluble Clothing at our extra
ordinary low prices nud net
get Clothing tainted by
bogus "Insurance Hales," bogus "Afcslgtiee
Hnle," bogus " llankrupt Sales."
Read, Visit and See
THESE GOODS AT THESE PRICES. Chil
dren's Pants, 1 te 13 ear sires anil serviceable,
UJe ; ether grades ns low as 3$e, 60c, aV, 75. Rey's
Leng Pant that will nut rip and buttons Hint
will net di op off, 62c, "tic, SSe, Children's Bulls
that will surprise you In leeks and wear, II 87,
r.'25,f250,H. Rey's Leng Pant Hulls,!, J3W
and il. Children's Waists, flannel nnd percale,
Coe. Men's Working and OvcrpantK, aie, SV,
60c. Men's Genteel Striped Punts, a large let,
67c. Geed White Dress Bhlrts, 25c, 3sc. Men's
Suits, net " printed " or " stamped " and color
will net come oil, A ; big men or net can be
lilted. All-Weel SnltK, J7 und 13. All-Weel
Dres. baits, fl 75 and f-'.
NOTE AND REMEMBER.
ThU Is net a ten day salt, but u salt) that sells
the peeple such worth and value that wins
favor nnd reputation. We will be here and pay
the money back for any article returned unsut.
lsfactery (and untolled.) You'll nlways have
the most for your money If you buy your
CLOTHING und FURNISHING GOODS
26 and 28 N. Queen St.
TjSNfil.ETHKE STOCK FARM.
STORM KING (21610
Hired by llnppv Medium, slroefW performers
from 2:U4 te 8: 0. Dam Topsy Tayler by Alex
ander's Nerman, Mrc of Lulu, 2:I1JJ, Ac.. Ac.
Terms for Spring season of 1NW, tSO for a foal.
Fer tabulate)! pedigree nnd ether Informntlen,
address 1)ANIE1G. ENOl.E,
uprU-hudAw Murl.lUi, l'fc.
KXT DOORTOTHK COURT HOUBK.
DRESS GOODS REMNANTS IS STILL ON.
Many ends have been added this week, owing
Haturday, as we had eapccUd. Our whole Cotten Dress Goods Bleck has been looked oil
the result Is Hundreds of Remnants of While Goods, Ginghams, Zephyrs, Mulls, Bnteens
and White Organdies, Challles, Outing Cleths,
ana uie prices eat X te of their former value.
irYeu should make an early Inspection,
prices mey are marked will last but a few days.
36 and 37 East King 8t, Lancaster, Pa.
Ijx VKIW DAY A CHEAP DAY
U AT REINHOLD'H.
lirilAT IB TWENTY-K1VE
create a lleautlful Lawn or Renew an Old
FIRE BRICKH, FIRE CLAY, AT LOW
figures, gote JOHN 1IE8T, 3i1 East Fulton
ANTED-HORBEH TO PASTURE.
aprZMfd AV. W. GHOSH, Neffsville, Pa.
rTlIN TOP JELLY OhAHSES 'AT 25c PER
ANOTHER LOTOFQOEENSWARE FROM
THOUTEIt'B CORNER B A LOON.
A NICE HOT LUNCH
will be served every morning from 9 te 12:00.
Ruppcrl's Celebrated Deer drawn from the keg.
T0 YOU WANT WORK? GO TO LANCAB
J TER EMPLOYMENT 11UREAU, Ne. 61
North Duke street.
NEW DRESS SCARFS.
THE ONLY CIGAR STORE WHERE YOU
can purchase Imported and Key West
Cigars, und 11. P. Ornveley'sBupcrler Cavendish.
1 DEMIH1PH CIGAR STORE,
114 East King BtreeL
,UR CIOA11H, GOLDEN LION AND MIA
liucriau, are clear Havana nucr & eeui
cigars, liana-mime, in boxes or , ou nnu lue.
UKJ1U1UH UIUAH SIUUK,
Established 1770. 114 East King BtreeL
USIC CATALOGUE WITH NEW EDI-
tlen and price list sent upon application,
Opposlte P. It. R. Depot.
DO YOU WANT HEM'? GO TO LANCAS
TER EMPLOYMENT UUREAU, Ne. 61
North Duke street.
An energetic young man Is wanted te
tukocharceof n Grocery Stere In this clly. A
geed business Btnnd ut n desirable location Is
open te a responsible party. A small amount
el capital Is required.
Fer further particulars call nt
PENN'A BMPLOl MENT UUREAU,
Ne. 12 Seuth Duke btreet.
TirE HAVE THE REST ASSORTMENT OF
TV Pipes and Cigar Helders. French Ilrlnr
Pipes In Oases, Wc. each. All the flne Brands
of Bmeklng Tobaccos.
DEMUTH'B CIGAR STORE,
alS-tfdlt 114 East King street.
SCHOOL TAX, 1K90-THE DUPLICATE IS
new in the hands of the Treasurer. Three
jier cent, etrjf paid before August 1. Ofllce
hours from 9 a. m. till 4 p. m.
W. O. MARSHALL, Ticasurcr,
Je.'itnuldR Ne. 12 Centre Square.
lAJiACE OF FAHHION.
THE GREAT THIRTY DAYS
Pake of Fashion,
115 & 117 N. Queen St.;
Before opening our new
stock of Winter Goods we efler
the balance of our stock of
as fellows :
Let i, formerly sold from $3
te $4, at $1.98 api ce.
Let 2, formerly sold $4 te
$5, at $2.98.
Let 3, formerly sold $5.25 te
$6, at $3.48.
Let 4, formerly sold $6 te
$7.50, at $3.98.
Let 5, formerly sold as high
as $ie, at $4.98 apiece.
One let of Fancy Scrim,
double width, at 8c a yard.
One let of Imitation Silk, in
handsome patterns, at 9c a
One let of Fancy Persian
Lawns, this season's patterns,
at Sc a yard.
One let of White Plaid
Dress Goods, formerly Sc, at
5c a yard.
One let of fine Write Plaid
Lawns, formerly 10c, at 6c a
One let of finest Plaid Mus
lins, formerly 18 and 25c, at
i2jc a yard.
Selling out our whole stock
in three lets :
Let 1, at 25c.
Let 2, at 48c.
Let 3, at $1.
te ear Inability te get them all Inshapel
etc., etc, running In lengths of from 2 te j
as they are being rapidly picked out, anl
EW GOODS, LOW PRICES ANDi
niere noem maaes shoeoini Dies
A GREAT IMPROVEMENT TO Ol
ICAL COMPANY LAWN ENRICHER.1
J Wanted at STRAUSS BR OH. Nd
and 42 Beutli Christian street, COUIgstj
Him i.Tj inrnerp. jy
If veu will take Ihe trnuhln ta mil ed
think we can Interest jeu In our tine el
nna nneen. s
Our stock Is complete and we exercls
rare In the selection of our goods. Al
being Practical In some branch of til
iiumncHS, we leei aeie 10 give you
snees inai win ne ei vaiue 10 you.
Established In 18.15. and thebuSlne
ucd from that time te this, should clve I
experience net possessed by some ether!
Our stock embraces all desirable
Men's Flne Dress Shoes, ranging In prll
si uu te j uu, ana uiaies ire.ni ii iu 10 se
Call and you will net be deceived.
WM. H. GASTJ
NO. 123 NORTH QUEEl
The Dest Wrought Iren In the Marl
WITH ISRICK LINED FIRE CHAM
Overcomes tbe acknowledged object let
exposed cast pet furnace, admitting as t
ter docs through Hie pores or the me
ein., rinniMnkii.ira.u 'D, l.ulalnmnnf Ii
substantiated bv the hlehest French. '.
nnd English scientist, and cenflrni'-dl
lierey, irer. J. 11. rMicneis. ur. rrinj
ether authorities In our own country.
be said of the nttemnt te use steel, lht.1 1
been proved by exhaustive experiment!
unniier service, xue Dcsiquaniy ui pin
enlv shall he used, and it is of tills in
that the radiator el the Bosten Heater!
The un paralleled success etthe Bosten I
has supplied us witn a most liberal mil
lesiimeniais, nna ler a tun aescripuen
happy te fnrnlsh en application.
en SALE 11 Y
J. P. SCHHU
NO. 21 SOUTH QUEEN ST.
L. Gansman &
SPECIAL BALE OF
Men's, Bey's and Children's
Men's Butts at C!)u, (276, 13, II, J5,l
worth Deume the Meney.
Men's All-Weel Casslmere Butts at Kl
Werth Deuble tbe Menoy.
Men's All-Weel Cheviot Buits, S3 50, fl
Wertn uoutne me Meney.
Rey's BuIU at 1175, t2,S260. Werth 11
Bev's BuIU at42 75, $3,W60. Werth
Bey's Hults ut SI, '), $8. AVerth DeuH
Children's Bulls ut tve, 75c, 81. Wertl
bio the Meney. J
Children's Suits at !1 23, Jl 75, K. Wertl
bio the Meney. I
Chlldreu's Bttltsat J250, S3, 13 CO. WertH
me inc. Meney. t
Men's Seersucker Coats and Vests 65c.
Bey's Seersucker Coats and Vests nt 50cJ
Men's Pants, nt t8c, 55c, C6c, 7c, 0c
Men's Woolen PauU, SI 5, SI U5, il 75, SJ
Thin Coats n t'J5e.
Mohair Coats at 05c, 11 10, SI 25.
One ndvnntncre te earl v buyers our lar!
Nertmcnt. lly buying of the inanutacl
you nave tnc assurance ei goea wearing
mg or money reiunacu.
L Gansman & Bi
Tailors nnd Manufacturers of Men's, Bey'l
cunuren s wieining (exclusive.!
86 and 68 NORTH QUEEN ST.,
B. W. CORNER OF ORANQE. LAMCASTE
43-Net connected with any ether Clel
Hetibe in me city. I
W Re cautious nnd make ue mistake id
ion eet te the rl cut Place. I
AirClesed every evening at 6 o'clock,!
day and Haiuruny excepica.
II. MARTIN A CO.
J. B, MARTIN & CO.
2,000 yards Dress Ginghal
reduced from iec te 5c a yi
i.oeo yards 16c Seersuckj
at 5c a yard.
One let of Sc Dress Chall
at 4c a yard.
10 pieces of Outimj Cleth
duced from i2c te 6c
25c Scotch Ginghams
duced te 1 5c a yard.
i2c Dress Satines at yt
35c French Satines at iScj
i2l Dress Batistes at h'c
iintire sieck 01 summer sill
reduced te 25c a yard.
Cor, Prince & W, King Sis.,
J. B. Martin (6 Ce,
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