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5A8TE1 .:' e rx? .." ' tar,? rs. ift" tfitt w : ? 9tU8 JnteUtgenccr T - . alLMMvnfiv wntMXff vjiimb r MmlWUAW rJ mnHEKT CLARK PnblUher. i" . tM DAILY INTELLIGENCER.-Published p .;; wmT eay in uie year, mununaay. eervea Ski1 carrier In thu eltr and surrounding f r town at tn cent, week. By mall five del- S tan a year In advanea; SO rents a month. 4 . K WWahUitMTKUUUKIiCVM-aa dollar and '.-. BRy emnia a Year, in advance. 5v mniva v nuiniini ivcm,. . ,". atfonemtc eraer, ana wiwra ncimrr 2.'A? ! k MvunfMu1 BAnil In rMrtstared vtyiinwiwi m ',ww.. .......... .. ... MFred at ma rnwmw, urenn cim mu Si f ABDBMH, THE IrrTELUOEHCER, ? iinrAHirr. is. LAHOASTER.PA., July24, 1890. i, Cnlinre ami Criticism. r Mauy jresnels have been preacliiHl In -Uhs pant hundred .venrss, whleli, linilcd 't first an universal pniinccns"orncu pniinccns"erncu ?f;Jr ircmi in nrica Iwverul Urlm and B1 -fhiimiiiliti tnef (n Turnel "linve (lien '(fallen Inte neclect.and llnnllylnte titter dltte. These getiicls have nil con- vt.litnj nA l.ai.l mill nlciit fVif fliAl, FVere huniau, much error. They have ':K'..SI111.U PWUIC IIHIHI l ,-v, ,... hivj u extended tlirotujheui I he wnole ran Eef humau knowlpd(je,theuglil, and oine r-Vr tlon,frein the gospel according te fcpur LVhleniaud Ceinbe-thc little "Ism," long iJp?elncc exploded, known as phrenology KVAte the cesdcI accerdiuK te Carlylc, Jim- ("L'Lttt ntt1 1 T&liAt Cnnltmli (fsW Probably no very superior man or y$ Weman no Ruk1n or Mr. Drowning, fifc Carlyle or Geerge Ullet liu ever lived, &9 acted, sutTercd or thought, who lins net Si;;,' lert behind mem luisoine admirers ana k'jft' hypercr'tlcnl or Ignorant detractors, by fhS. whom their fume, in tlie generation Spi? Immediately following their own, liaq ffltfh greatly sutTcred. We liave two com- r$$ paratlvely recent and striking Instances, one of u client man of action. whoe &A name and everything connected with It, Ss r was presented daily In ten thousand SKA. forms, te all his countrymen. loinienlliH I succeeding, iw well 111 preceding, the &' time of his death. The oilier wni f- mat 01 me airengwt, most ruggeu per- .-kaennlllv In 1'ivbllsli lilornluie within &?&" this century. Kewphllo-ephlcalwrltcrM Lr? 5vcr nnprcsi'icii their own iiuiivKiuallty ';K. inern Mreiiuiv niien ineir lime tnun iiiii pThema! Carlylc. A grand, rugged, Wfiiii n human being, and like all of us, pos- Jfey acescu his wcaKueabC!! aim peer human 3M vanities mid rauiK Thee the world liA i...- .....ii i.r.... l. .ii.i .i- 'v Kui-n iir i-ii uviuiu no uiuu iim lllicr, ji nut te i no dies, una then conies the 'a..: tltlfTO rf tlir.It )! tit Out-It'litti it 1tlkti. St hire. Then V w.wf, w. J'v "'"l VV""" IH---IU- "IttcltiH theNfuiuinl Hiitl the cry; iniciaini iuu iuiihs icreuici tut alieu. Break leclc niul prnl. betray tlie trmt, Keep rietlilne wirreit ; 'tis hut Just I'hn mnnv.limdfil hrnt hnntil Ifium " . fftr xiui iue iruiii mi iiiiigm, an veil as Op the error, tee rrcijucntly dies with them. ?2 ew lights rlw in the sky, the old are . wvr ...... !wv,f-. lerguiiuu. Dut often it Is even worse j: than tills : &h. j. "ThP0ll tlmtmcnilelhta nficrtlieiii, rvv Tht lirliiir nu In n itwwlerii fmaitwtt WtiMitllitl ll filial fflirwlntit Innt nf i.l pylern prophets. Dut let us net, for tlie i.JSi moment, at least, ici nisdnintiuess repel 2T& i...t .. ir i i.. ... jjsj-ta, uuiecc i nuv, in ii:veguizF neme- tS5 thing beneath the daintiness whleli It H3&UMV be worth our while te remember, l,Ttie pjplicX-fa'AUlUiewAriielil, aud iKesnel is brietly that of culture bv ??tWav of literature. Thereferu. in enli-r fc. .... .,!.., .1 .. l.. . . . . first understand the two chief terms of fS.bis gescl ; we must knew what he yfmcaus ny cuituie aud what he tin- .y? ucmiKiiui uy iiiuraiuru. utlliure la A.-'r thO tlOSSessiell Of IL llllllll U'hll-li lina rj . . .: . . - ' ;l been atreugtucucd, broadened and made '' K". ironcretiK liv n l.-iiinvl.iili'i.nf tin. 1m..i tln.i . hiu been thought and said in the world f.t a mind imbued withthn lxt lltarniiip fi.fr" nf till ma Ik. ii nnniiliiiil .. ...I-.. $&? with the gi-eatcht thinker, poets, artists lJtf " &vt' "J -.i3.tlv VUI1IU1UUIUII Vit, na writers. Tius,tncn, is whathe means ti&' hir nllit. Vrln4 I. lti..tt.u.. rn... lbest, of course, tliat has been, in all rrge,wrlttcu and said. Dut hew aie IT? WO te knew what tills hcii U' .Iiiul M' here comes In Mr Arneld's third term f J?? la the syllogism of his gospel tlie ttue wgL critic. That the true critic Is easy te fi.flnd lifr. Arneld Is. lilm.nir mm r Mm IHTry last of men te allege. Indeed, a C1 Teccuteveut in the literary world proves j& its dlfllculty beyond the shadow of even a rS&T single caviling doubt. Sir Joint I.iibbnik p was asked te write a Iht of what were, fe$y in his opinion, the bel liundred books v!. in the world. And all who knew any iC thing about literature, and who read ids ?y- usn, were ueuuuess very much Mirprhed S$& at many of the boekslt centHlucd. Lists of books became at onee the rage, and Ruskiu and many ethers wrote lists of wiiat they regarded n.s the lcst hundred books. Ueerthcles3, thee lists are valuable, and if we had all that wete published aud would agree te use them in our reading, we could feel certain that we heuld be gainers by be doing. Fer In stance, we would, of eeun,e,und a certain limited mi ntber of books common te all of them. Very well, if e hud net lead any of the books contained In everv our. r&Slii rtf Mi nan ltate wn ii'niilil lim., .... ... .t WMJjf"' " . mw nuumuBiU U UACUI Ki lent rvntsrm fnr rpiwfinn Hia venr li.- In eaclt of theke lists we would Hud however widely they might diiler in respect te lesser author The Dible, fibakcujiere, Homer, Dante, Milten, Plate, Cicere, Goethe, Cervantes' "Den Quolxete," aud perhaps Humboldt's "Cesrruw." or tlin wnrka nf Tr.,i.,.i W" Spencer. Jg- Thus, if criticism, unbiassed by any riJVf ether motive and in this case it umii.l Ks' be worthy of the L'reatest nnrl nmiie.i r minflu-wAlinnlil i.Anittir. wi. i.. . Wl-i ..-. ..... u.n.uu JU-Uil uiiiy ill teaching us what is the beat whleh 1ms &' " iUeuM b'"1 Wrltteu In all ages ; if M Jfenerally relied tipeii, se that we could Wj& u .ign-e, in smie ei dillerliig tattes, ir t eeneernliiir wlmt 1 niul wli..i u .... i. ITVA lwht thtlt lllttl Ikililll wfllll nt.il .!...! . i jw the world; and, furthermore, if 0 ;Svj would men an net upon our knowledge, i' melllrl tL i lint till iiiln flml lit.n...l ........ v. ..... .... ...... ,uuk mum, Ke'iur- eus, Jiteniry culture, which is the end te be attained? Would we net also nil ewe something te Matthew Arneld, fin thus pointing out the way te the attain ment ofue desirable a conummatieu V mew many or our cultured readers are thoroughly familiar with even the j. unvi nsiei great, writcrb which me liavu. 'enumerated? Hew many, year after jfH' year, pais then) great works by in order z. te read the trashy novel whleli for iim X (moment is " all the rune-" ? W& - The ew Seuth. Ten years age the taxing dUtrlct of Memphis, Tenne(-ee, was u city about "the U of Lancaster, but 111 paved, mis- frahly llglited and without sewer. .r. ly8uch was the condition of her ttreets 55,"'"' v wiw naugereiis te cinve in ati or. ""y spriug wagon from one end of tt city u the ether, and ItisbUixsr- flueus te my that her snnliary condition was In the Inst degree deplorable. In addition te nil this, she was In a state of precarious convalescence from the noettrgo of the yellow fever, that most horrible of epidemics, whl6h like another Azracl had just passed ever her honiec, leaving behind n sorely stricken people weeping ever newly made graves. Dut the carpet baggers had liecn with drawn, nud the iHKiple, together with thec of Arkansas and Mississippi, were permitted te mattnge their own affairs. What has liecn the result? Memphis is te-day excellently paved, Hplcndldly llghtel, and claims the best system of sewers and the most eillclcut Ijeard of health In the land. Desidcs this her population lni Increased liE per cent. And this record of presjicrityhas been equalled, and In many cases surpassed, by her sister cities of the Seuth. Thus in the last ten years the population of Atlanta has Increased 100 per cent ; Dallas, !N1 per cent ; San Antonie, 02 percent ; Galveston; 47 percent; Chat tanooga, with its suburbs, ftV) per cent j Housten, 0.1 per cent ; Tort Werth, 303 percent; Dlrmlnghnm, with Its suburbs, 270 per cent., and se along the whole line of Southern cities. Tlie significance of these figures Is seen when we con sider the fact that Dosten has Increased only 10 per cent., and Cincinnati only 12 per cent. The farms of New England nre being abandoned year after year, while the vacant and fertile lands of the Seuth an- tilling up. It is claimed Hint the Southern farmers arc te-day the most prosperous In the country. "Whole fsni lles Hern the North have moved te the Seuth, and thereby greatly improved their condition. New England cotton factories have lieen removed bodily, and this has caused much of the Increase in the population ofSeiitliern cities. North' em capital has been luvested In Seuth, crn railways, mines and instuufactiir, s, and under the Immense stimulus thus given te Industry, the practically ox ex hatistlcss mineral wealth of Teitnesee anil Northern Alabama Is rapidly own ing up te the world. The negrees have putlieipated in the geueral prosperity. It Is slated upon geed authority that they have gained $130,000,000 worth of property and that u million of their children nre enrellid in the public Hehoels. And It is perti nently asked of the supporters of tlie force bill whether this Is I he iccerd of an oppressed race? Have the miners of Pennsylvania or the facteiy hands of New England done as well? The result of local self-government In tile Seuth have been, therefoie : "Enor mous Increase In the population aud in wealth and vntcrpiixe, cities growing, mines developing, furnaces lighting, funnels prospering, negrees nmatug wealth aud gaining education." Shall all this pnftieilty be cheeked at the will of the lule-er-rulu deinngegus who are endeavoring te secure the pnsage of Ledge force hill? Let the strong com mon sense of ajust jxsiple answer, and we cannot fear the result. "New cemes LiiuMxtur county pledging a lurger nmlerlty for Delnmutcr than slie 1ms ever pelled fur a gilburiinteriul ticket slnee tlie ltepubllcati party was organized Tlieru is no w iiiiiii uniiMtnsn in that sort el talk." Se says tlie Philadelphia I'icks. Of ceurse. Tliore wns no dissntlHfactleu liore during tlie (miimius for the Jtepiibllcnii iioiiiliiHtien. Nenuiit nil. Oenanil Hastings liid no friends. Indeed all the v.'Ofid knows hew Cel, Ushlciunn, Tem Cochran, the Jr((miWraudull who trained with thorn, fought for Qtuiy and his man Duluumler. Hew bitter they were, loe, ugnlust Hust ings for presuming te he a e.iuilldnte against tlie will or tlie " boss." Theu, tee, thu Liuicasler county ltupubllcausdld net present te the lhtirlsliurg coiientlon a uiHii whom tliny regmdixl as a hjioIIehs eimdUlate for the nMce of lieutenant gov ernor. Ner was Mr. Maillu tlefeatwl at the mere w 111 of Hess Quay. Net it I all. Nolther are tlie rtepiiblinius or tlie Old Guard angry about it. Ol course net. They like a dictator, and tlie Vc K.iys they In tend te kiss the hand that winote lliem. Well, w e slmll see, Tite qilPstlen of .Sunday observinico is iignln breuglit iiieiiilnently bufore the country by the action or a public meeting In CIiIcjke whleli piotestod ugtiiust open ing the world's full- en the llrnt day or the woek nnd reipiosted the Lumslnture te prevent its opeuiug en that day. Whlle woliave long slnee happily outgrown the old rurltuu Sunday and tlie gloom which aceetup mieil It, w e li.i e no-, ir en the ethr hand wuIceiiuhI the Introdiictieu of what we have learned te cill tlie "rontlnentul Sunday ," in whleli the first p.irt of tlie day Is spoilt In church and the afternoon aud e etiiug in public aiuuscuieuts. We are compelled by tlieury nutiiiu or our advancing I'lvilimtieu te de many things which would huve shorked the sonse or proprlety In our decorous forcf.ithers. Newsjmpars are sold, milk and lee delivered and street ears and mil way trains kept running, but all these tilings, If well considered, icnlly pie pie pio vent tlie much gioater labor which would bere(piiredif these uoeessary conveniences were prohlliited. It is a laigeaud intricate HUCKtieu which tlie prev ailing snutiiueut of eacli community must settle for HneII. A SItP Ter the World' l'nlr. Amid creat eheering about lll.'ie Wod Wed Wod uenday night the ordlnnnce asked liy tlie directors el the wei Id's fair, granting the iieui uiu limn ireni as a piri silo rer tlie opposition, wasadopteil hy tlie city coun cils of Chicago without any umeiidinenW. The ordinance pltnlges tlie city ol'C'hlc.ige te i.iy for any piling or lllllng In or Urn lake that may be required te tlie tent of S2,U00,e0Q. After Ihu fair is endeil the made gieuud is te beieturued te tlie itv te be used foievoras a public pule. Xet less limn 160 acres or tlie lake ft out aie te be utilized Ter world's ralr piupesu. InciiMithecity or Chicago I0.111& or suli suli scribes 5,000,000 te tlie stork el the exposi tion, the directors guarantee that tlie amount or money ictiirncd te the city shall net be less than tlie cost erwhiitever'piliiie; or lllllng In ortlie lake mav be done, The greatest uuieuut of laud iirebibly obtiiiu ebtiiiu obtiiiu ublelK'JolltoSOOacies. Ne cliaugu is inntle In tlie plan or placing the remainder et tlie fair in Juckkeu I'ark, about live miles distant en tlie Inke bltere. e l'lai-e I.lke IIoiueloi-'I'hU Deb. Nicholas Yordy, a clerk In tlie fi eight depatliuctit et the Neitliurn (.'ontiel depot in aliainekln, I'a., Is the owner of .Hull blooded pointer. He had no use ler the deg aud gave him te a fanner residing twelve miles distant. In a few davs the deg returned te his former master: Mr. erdy loll se pioveked that he idaced tlie anluul in an empty frelglit car, Uesed the deer and le -ked It. The car was billed for New Yerk, and tlie deg was seen landed in Jersey City, this occurred two mouths age. On Monday Yordy was superintending (be unloading or u car when tlie deg i-auie bounding bite thu rreicht house, laid him self at his master's loot, nnd set up a piteous mean. Twe months or wi'aiy travel had breuglit the faithful nuiuial homeeucemoio. Mr. Yordy sasnetliIiiK but death will part him and that deg. Death KmU Great hun'uclnn. Vauce K. Snlley, of Londen, O., dim! of hydrophobia, in Columbus, en Wednes day, Salley was taken thure Monday night for trentineut. His condition wasa horrible ene, und dozens of puyi-icians called te witness his spasms, lusjue rav. Ing barking and Intoiibe agonies. .Several narrowly escaped being struck and bitten by hi in. Salley was bitten In the fuce by a deg some tfve weeks age. Although the wound wu very slight, jwcullar symptoms fol lowed. He went te St. L011U for treat ment and relumed apparently cured, but the old symptoms reappeared again a few days since. A m "citAtJKEn." The Netfsl Fnt Mnn That Lincoln County, Oeeraiit, lleants or, A Llncolnten letter te the Atlanta Con Cen Con .fiJiiiirtnhaslbefollowIng: Ilnceln county has the prlvllege of boasting of the weightiest man ever produced In this wliole Southern country. Stern Slinmena Is the porsennRO nil mini te. He wns born August 22.18.!!, nnddieil August 23, 18U. Of ordinary slze In eaily Infuncy, he seen began te dovelop the foundation or bis after ruuinikableolieslty. As the years rolled by his slze and, wUlit wero rapidly In In erensed. His eppetite nud consumplleu or feed also tncreasad with his nire, se that twelve te 11 Aec n biscuits nnd ether eatables In the eame proportion barely suluced him for n meal, after partaking of which he w6uld complain of his scant fare. His mother wns compelled te restrain bis veracious nppetlte for fear of fatal consequences, ns he increased the morn rapidly in size nnd weight. However, he was sent te the vlllaxe school In lleshen, and bed oppor tunities le obtain a liberal education. JUit his mind was net 011 books. His great delisbt was when he haduyoke of oxen placed at his command. Wlien net thus engaged his next favorite paslluie was whittlinR with n knife 011 a piccoef soft pine, or playing at marbles, In both of which he became an ex poll. All the year round he dressed In tight lluen wear, the change of seasons net heemlng te 'affect him In the least degroe. During the coldest days In winter he could be often seen, shirt cellar unbuttoned, und breast laid bare, reclining under a favorite large oak near the front of the mansion. Dlcssed with gees) health and Ksessud lu tils own rlnlit of considerable property, his overy want wns supplied, his every wish gralilled. In all theseyenis be was singularly childish lu his conversation, manners and social intercourse. He was nnturnlly klnd-liearted and ipiiesccnt, but when areused by anger, exclted by tlie unpleasnnt Jeers of the passer-bv. he would bouemo enraged against the ellendcr, and these near him would find It ikiIUIe te get beyond his reach, ue he would hurl alter thorn epithets and volumes or compliments net used lu the Sunday school. But Ter tills Ue wnsulteietlrlngnnd rarely sought company. He was nevertheless n regular attendant upon dlvlne servlce and an at tentive listener. With this epltome of his dnlly life, I new furnish lacts us te weight, size, etc. He was C foetSluchos high. His weight was 0.7) pounds. Just previous te his death his weight was increasing daily ever two pounds. His dentil was very sudden, oo eo oe aislonod by HUllhcatlen lruni excessive fat of the threat. His eelllu measured three ntidii half feet deep, and it required as many men as count coiivemeuiiy get uieund It te lower llie leuialtis into ft. In order te cany tlie eellln out the balusters of the piazza had te be removed and a plat form constructed near the pliua te lower the ceflln Inte the case. CUNTItAIi AMintlCA.V WAIt. The Vlotery of the Salvader Troops Con Cen llrmed Wluit 1'i'oHldeut llurcllles Miys. A dlspdch from La Llhurtiid, Sdvailer, says: "The latest neus from the frontier confirms the reports lu respect te tlie victory of Salvader ever tlie forces of Guatemala In the battlu of July 17. The (iuateiimlaus, 4,000 strong, Invaded Silva der under command el Camlle Alvarez, Nurcose Avilez and Pedre and J'eiez llarilles. Tlie killed nunibercd 100, with many wounded. Thirty refugees fiein Salvader, among tlieniOeuerul Mouterrosa, have given themselves up te the Salva Salva eoreans. Uuneni! Vlllavlconcle, a Kalvu dereau tiulUu, attai.kcd the .Salvaderean lercesJulylS and was detuatud, Hindu inula eouunenced thu wurfuin without a declaration of war. " Many casosel lilies sliipped liem Sun rrunclsce rer tlie Salvader goveinmeut liiivubceu seized abe.ud thu 1'uclllcMall steauislilp by thoOualemalaugevoriimunt, Ills believed that Guncral i uble Meran, who was aboard the steamship, and who Is an aspirant rer thu presidency of Salva Salva eor, acted us an Informer te Uunteuiala, and that tlie irovernmoiit seized tlie 111 ms en Information Hint lie litrnislied." President lturrllles, of Ouateinalii, has tolegraphed le Minister Dlegnez, saying "Our lorces of observation icperl noth ing new en the frontier. Tlie Salvaderean euonilesorCzoto woie met and routed bv him." The IIine Hull Chimes. The games or base ball yesterday were: National League-Philadelphia 17, 1'itts burgfl; Chicago 13, Jv'ew Yerk III ; Clove Cleve land 0, Bosten L l'layers' Le igue lUill'ale 7, New Yet k it j Chicago fi, llosten li-'j Cleveland II, llrook llreok llroek lj n 0. American Association- Athletic I, St. LeulsO; Syruciiset, Columbus 1)5 Urook Ureok Uroek lyn s, St. Leuis -I ; Hochester 8, Teledo 3. Iuterstute League Altoenat), l.eliuunn 7. The Iutorstate LeaguniliNb.iuded yostor yestor yoster day, when Altoenadoreitod Lobiuen It Is said that Lebanon will get Huilferd's liau chlsu In the Atlantic Association. If they de Lancaster and l.ebiuoupeeplo will have an opportunity of teeing soine splendid game. Harrisbuig isa surmise te tlie Atlantic Asseciitinn peeple. Yesterday tliey again defcatetl Washington and tlie scere was I te.1. A blx-roetur Werth V,t)00. l'reni tbe Pittsburg Chronicle Telegraph. " Hele's a man wants 3J0O dauuiKes for an Injured root," renmikud Mrs. bnaggs, glancing up fiein the newspaper. " At f50i) a feet, hew much would a w hole man be worth Y" asked lierhusbaud lacrtleusly. "Yeu ought te be able te answer that yeurself. H lie Is a wU root man hewnuld be worth SJ.000. Where's yeui arith metic ;' A Nevol ltuce. A nevel race is seen tocemo oil in West Chester, Pa. Cach ceulustaut is te wear laced shoes, nnd nil tlie shoes are te be taken etl and placed In a barrel. The run ners then start Ireui a mark, run J5 v.uds te thu Ihiriel, pick out their own shoes, put llit'in en, lace them up aud thou 11111 lOO yards ten mark. The man who gees ev or tlie entire route Hist, with shoes piop piep piop erly laced, will be tlie wiunei. Temmy's Itoaseii. from tlie Chicago Tribune. "Shi" exclaimed Temmy, listening id tlie deer. "Thore's ceiupauv lu tlie par lor" "Hew de you knew?" inquired Willle. " Mamma's (.ailing papa ' my love." Van IIel'iln's Cotov Cetov Cotev iitaiill). tvilcleus liiaile In- llnlniy odem rrem Sphv Isluiuls, Wafted by Hie treple breeze ; SOODONr In Iicallhlul fragruncc Cannet le surpassed b) thes.. 'Iisiih It wldtins, purities; Yeu will us.0 It If jou're wise. 'Ihuudei'll Ilnwu theAucs, lhatfei liiuiemf., or rlieuiuatlsin, for aches, fur pnliin, and lerspralns, l)r lhumat' Kclretric Oil Is a positive and reliable, rented). Dr. Jhemin' z.Wrri(i ()( can be ptircluttid of any druggist sold In l,.meatir by W. T, lleeh, U7 aud 1 i) North Qiuvii kimd, t'su the great sieclilc for "cold In head "nnd r".V.,rr.!,Vl)r hose's Catarrh lleuicd). W.Th.Vw Can't sny i:iieiibIi, "I i.iiimil speak teu highly or Iturdeck llleOil flitleri , the) lue bctn a great blessing te me. (.mediae of biliousness and d)snephi, frum which 1 hud nurtured for )eur. sir. j, Slarsli llunk of I orento, Uiu. Held In Ijineaster b) V, T, Heeli, 1J7 and ljy North Qui en slreel. J TaNdLirruKKftrerK takm. j STORM KING (2161.) ItlX'Oltl) 2.V0. Hlrcslby Hanm SIedluiu,i,lroeffiOi)erformir from 'i U'i te i.M. Hum Topsy Tayler by Alex-under-s Nerninn, slre or Lulu, '.'.1 IW, Ac. Ac. leniiii ler hprlug season of lsw, liu rer n foul, (or tabulated isxligrtHi nnd ether luferuiatluu, ",(lr,"?. Jt UANIU.M. i:.Nni,K, nprhs-ltnrt.tw Marietta, J'n, t - AT TIIK Ht'l.triT L'AltltlAQi: CO.'S JX , v, VVOIIKH, IIUl.AIIt.SIK. W AMK1)-Htueu August 1 mid Sitpleui Sitpleui ber I, twenty CM Carriage Mailers, consisting of Hed) makers. Carrlagesiulthu ami Klnlsbirs, lHlutersnnd Trliuuiers; none but these who huve rumlllca nnd want steady work med apply Ooed huuses cun be eblalued at low rents j eeiiventcnl t fuciery. An excellenl en. trades In tlie dlltijrtnt ileurlments. (JlrU ciu get employment In trimming department, capacity of works, S.cej vildcle per jear. "vlKIwd TK YoyVVANTAtUl.Sll.AbsTeUTAtll.i: . Lnglneand Reller, en wheels, cluiip. ai the SSSsW&EriPSCSr&i!n: " ",&? CWtiTBrKCtne 00. llat ered Betwtta Lit aa Beatk. Mm Of". I'. Hmoele, n highly cultivated and OKtlmnlleliilr of rreeett, Ark,, writes under ilniflef April 29, 1889: " Ilurlnif the summer of 1SS7 my pim became Intlamml, and my sto mach sort liver almost hepelcsuly disordered. Nellilnif lute nerecd with me. I toekctironla illnrrlKpn, and for some Hum my lire was de nnlnsl of by my family. The leading phj si clnns of the country were cemultcd.iind the mrdlcliiMiadmlnUterMl by them neverdld nny (crmiinent rikjU, and I llnKfTwl between life nnd death, the lelr being preferable te the iireiiIc 1 wan enduring, jn May, 18S8, I be cauin dlsgustest with ph(lclan and their medicine. 1 dropped Ifiem all, and depended solely en Hwin's 8jecinc (8.8. M.), a few bottles et whleli made me permanently well well from then until new," MADi: HIH LtKK A tlUHOEN. 1 hnve had scrofula until It made my life a liurdiii. I was Inuxpresslbly miserable, lick, weak, sleepless, and unhnppyt desiring that tlie short time which seemed te have been allotted te mc en this earth would hasten te an end. 1 tried doctors' treatment nnd medicine. Hint travel, but none of theedldanv gool,fer tlulscreftila gradually grew werai. OnephyaU clan, who J traveled far te see. and te whom! paid IIW, gave up the ease as liesless. I then gnxenip all ether medlcines, and took only HwlftsHliecine (H. M. H.) rear bottles of thnt medicine cured me, and rer the past four years 1 have bad as excellent health nnd I am ns free from disease n anybody living '' i6, iXKUUi:, rrcimmi, ncui Tnutlsa en llloed nnd Hkln Dlsuwes mailed free, (I) HW11T HlKCIrIO CO., Atlanta, Oa. B ETTKtt THAN TKA AND COKKEEFOR THE NERVES. Van Heuten's Cocea LARUUdT SALE IN THE WORLD" Ak) our Grocer for It, take no ether. B Win'ER'H MlTliE LIVER 1'II.IJJ. CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLB Blek If endarhe nnd rclleve all the troubles Inci dent te a bilious slate of theytem,uch at l)lZ7lucx, Niniscn. DrewRlucsH, Distress after hiding, I'ulii In the Hide, dc Whlle their most emarUuble buccems has been shown lu curing Headache, )et CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER l'lt.LH are equally vuluable In Constipation, curing nnd preventing thin annoying com plaint, whlle they nUe correct all dlnordersef tliodlemnih, atlmulnlu the I Iver and regulate, the hem els. Kviu If they only cured HEAD Ache they would be almost priceless le these who surtir from this distressing cemplaint: but fortunately their goodness docs net end here, and thoe who onee try them will find these Utile pills vnluablv In se many wavs that they will net be willing te de without them. Hut fitter ull sick head ACHE Isllinbanoef he many 11 os that hern Is where we uinku our great beast. Our pills euro It while ethcrH de net.; UAIlfKH'H LITTLE LIVER 1'ILI.H are very Hiuallund ery easy te take. Due or me pills make a dose. They nre strictly vei.et.ib1e and de net grip" or purge, but by their gentle ac tion please all who usethem. l.i vlnlnatfficls; tlv e ter II, Sold every where or seut by mall, CARTER MEDICINE CO., NEW YORK. Small Pill. Small Dese. Small Price nugl2-lvdeed (tlelltijiO -iLeraiNu. L Gansman & Bre. SPECIAL SALE 01 Men's, Bey's and Children's CLOTHING- MANUl'AGTURERS' QUOTATIONS : Men'x Hulls at 2du, (75, fJ, tl, te, ffl, 7. Werth Deuble tlie Menoy. .Men's All-Weel Cusdmere HultH at S3, ffl, $7. Werth Deuble- the Meney. Men'n All Weel Cheviot Suits, te CO, 18, $7, M. Werth Deuble tbe Meney. Ile.v h Suits at 51 73, f. J.'W. Werth Deublo the Meney Ilov's Suits at K75, JJ, 5JS0. Werth Deuble the Meney. Iley' hulls at 51, JO, Se. Werth Deublo the Meney. Clillihin's Hulls at tV, 76c, SI, Werth Dou Deu blo the Meuc. Chlldretrs Suits at SI , St 75, S.'. Werth Dou Deu ble the Meney, Clill.Ircn'sSuIUut$.,(iO,f!,tJrjU. Werth Dou Deu blo the Meney. Men's Seersucker Ce its and Vests 6c. Hey' Seei sucker Cen U and Vests at 50c. Men's Punts, at tSc, &5c, G5c,75c, UOc, Mens Yoelcn Pants, SI S3, St 85, SI 75, Si '1 bin Coats at 15c. Mohair Cods at U3c, SI 10, 81 1"). One advantage te early buycis our huge as sortment, lly buying of the niunufuctururs ou Iiiine thenssiiraueoergoud wearing Cloth ing or money refunded. L. Gansman & Bre., Tailors aud Manufacturers of Men's, Hey's and Children's Clothing (Exclusive.) 66 and 68 NORTH QUEEN ST., 8. W. CORNER OF 0RAN0B. LANCASTER, FA. Kf Net connected with any, ether Clothing Heuse lu the city. -iie cautious and make no mistake se that you get te the right dIucp. US-Closed every evening nt 0 oilock.Mon eilock.Mon oileck.Mon d.ij und Saturday excepted. Dcatcce. rxiiiE BOSTON HEATER The llest Wrought Iren In the, Market. Willi 1IRICK LINED I'lKE CIIAMHER, 0cri-eiues the acknowledged objection te the etpesed last pet rurnuce, admitting as the lat ter does ihruiigh the pens el the metal tlie most dangerous gases, 'lhlsstatenieutlsamply substantiated by tbe highest Trench, German and Kiwllsh sclenllMs, nnd cenllrined by Dr. Dcrbj, I'ref. J It. NUhels, Dr. Prank, and oilier authorities In our own country It must Ik said el the attempt te use Med, that It bus been pievcd by exhuustle experlmenta tobe unlit ter rer Ice, The best e,ualltj ofplatelrnn only shall be used, and ll Is or llils material that the radiator et tbe lloalen lleatci Is con cen sUiicled. The uniMirnlleled success of the llosten Hraler bus supplied us with a most liberal number or testimonials, and lera full description we are hnpp te furnish en application. lOHBAI.t in J. P. SCHHUM, N0.2thOUTIl QUKUNbT. ynvaovjle. 13 OE 1IR0S, A IIARl'M AN. SPECIAL SALE OF PARASOLS On Saturday, July 6, 18K, Te Continue forOne WirU.rudlug en Saturday, Jul l',lJ0. " ter m. i LOT SO. '2 LOP NO 3 1.0 1' NO. t LOP NO, 5 I .Ol' NO. II LOP NO. 7 . S.'l .Irt .75 1.IU . 1 .'. 1.50 ... 2.00 ATT1IE MAKERS, ROSE BROS. & HARTMAN, 14 East King St. . iipll2mil gev Sale ev 4'tcnt. lTtOll HENI'-UANIWOME KltO.NT ROOM l1 en '"d Iloer, Ne. U VWstKlngslrcet; llnest locution In thu city rorelllie or light business. Inquire of W.W.AMOS, in'rt-tfd A llcr's Oullcry. piORSALLCIIEAP- A Tire-Story Brick Dwelling Heuse, 2u by 2J frit, with two-story brick buck bullJ. Ing i; bt '.tl feet, llalluud hetcu roemi. Xxt 20 by 213 feet. JOHN II. MKTZI.int, Ne.UK. Dukebt. Utanammktt'm PHiLABBLPatA, Thurrday, July . Wt. Closed Saturdays at i P. M. Mere of that 50c Black Challis, Yeu only get the half dollar idea from the price tag. The leek, feel and fact of the stuff are away above that. Northwest of centre. If one of the trimmed Hats or Bennets hits your fancy you can very likely have a geed part of the yesterday price. Thirteenth and Chestnut (treets corner. There's a flurry at the Fancy Goods counters. Htamped I.lnen Meral. Stamped Kensington Linen. Htamped llutchen' Linen, fine nnd conrse. In all the going shapes scarfs, splashers, carvers, tidies, bibs and the like, at prices that should clear them out with a rush. Centre of the (tare. My, but there's been a Ham burg scnttering these few days past 1 Edgings, Fleuncings, Inscrtings. Many of them at about half prices. Ne let up yet in the attractions. Chestnut street entrance. Jehn Wanamaker. Suvttituvt. TTENBf WOLV, FURNITURE STORE, bM removed te 138 East King street, having a full line of Furniture of every deacrlptlen at tna lowest priced. Alse Undertaking promptly at tended te. Call and examine our goods. aA-tfdK H. WOLK. IHS Kant KlngHtrrat. rTNDERTAKER8. WATSON & HERR, General Furnishing Undertakers, NO. 20 SOUTH QUEEN STREET, LANCASTER, l'A. Reldcii(-JNO. .T. WATHON, Ne. i West Vine street (Southern Market.) Residence M. It. HERR, Ne. tSO Beeth Queen street (Urnuch Office.) J8-Jind e CUHAOlUUS. WHY PAY MORE ELSEWHERE -FOR- NEW STYLE IFurxiitUsre OUR PRICES ARE LOWEST TOR RELIA ULE UOODS. V-Let us prove It te you.-B Ochs & Gibbs, Manufacturers and Dealers, (2d, 3d 4 4th Fleer,) Ne. SI BOUTII QUKEN HlRKtST. HE INITflH'H FURNITURE DEPOT. AT COST. We have a line or Settees, Chairs and Reekers thnt will sl.'iiul the ruin and sun, and we desire te close them out. Settees, SI M: were Si 75. Rockers and Chairs, II ffl: were S2 2A andlJftO. A few Perch Reekers at SI 00. UmERTAKESTCr. We nWegle personal attention te Undertnk iiiR. Day or Night Calls. The Best and Most Appretrd Methods Used. Charges Moderate. HEINITSH'S FURNITURE DEPOT, 27 & 29 Seuth Queen Street rrUIE OLD CORNER. A Large Window Pane Broken. AT WIDMYER'S, CORNER OF East Kingand Duke Sts.," Net by the settling of the wall, but by an ac cident. The Break in Glass, Hew e or, can't compare with The Break in Prices -AT- THE OLD CORNER, EAST KINd AND DUKE STREETS. Quia. li 710R OUH INTEREST. A Fine Light Far Stiff Hat Fer S1.00. Fermer pi lee, 11.5a Ne old stock, but New Goods. Greatest Bargains In bTRAW (ioerw ever offered. TRUNKH mid TRAVELING UAUb Very Lew, Stauffer & Ce., Nes, 31 and 33 North Queen Street, LANCASTER. PA. TpENHlONS. PENSIONS. Thu New Pension Hill Jtisl nassed entUltsull Seldhrs, Widows, Miner Childrvii and lepen dent Parents ten icuslen I ttlll attend te all nppllratlens placed lu my hands promptly. I hate had four yaers' experience, lu thu pension olllce at Washington, 1. C SILAS W.hUIRK, JiJmd 111 North Uukebt.,Lnucustcr, Pa, Perch and Lawn Goods 9lt lefc4 e PEN EVERY EVENING, Fer Bargains, P.CSNYDERflBM, Ne. 14 Wet King Bt. EfcrythingSeld At andfielei Cost, AS WE ARK rOHITIVELT aOINQOUT OF BUSINESS, may Mm d rTtHK PEOP1.KS CASH STORE, A RARE OPPORTUNITY! We offer te-day a large let et AT 19 Cents Per Yard. These goods have told at 33c te 87Hc, and are pesltltcly French, Many efthe no-called French Matlneii sold here and elsewhere are the finer graded of domestic goods, but In order te meet this low price vie will offer Genuine, French Qoeds atlVc, as nbovequeted. OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF SUNSHADES AND PARASOLS Will be offered Without Regard, te Cost. Parasols worth from S3JJ0 te 17, will be Held at fromll.MterAW. Big Reduction In the prices of Embroidered Flouncing". Colored Embroideries, Genulne Imported Scotch and French Ginghams, etc. As It Is our desire te cut the Summer stock as low as possible- this season, we will offer many things pertaining thereto nt unusually low prices. s 25 East King Street, LANCASTER, FA. mai-JMydR N Eff YORK BTORE. HOT WEATHER BARGAINS AT THE BLACK SILK DRAPERY NET, 48 Inches Wide, Larva l'elka Spot Reduced te We a yard. BLACK SILK DRAPER V NET, Russian Mesh, 48 Inches Wide, Excellent Quul lly, Reduced te 75c a yard. FINEST SILK DRAPERY NETS Reduced from 8! te J2 50. from 2 60 te 12, from ?2 te tl 50, from S 1 75 te SI 25. Twenty Pieces, 43 Inch. EMBROIDERED FLOUNCINGS Reduced te'ijca jard ; former price, 37e. A EINE CRUNCH SATINE Makes a handsome nnd meU useful dress. We are i losing out our whole stock or the latest designs at Ille a nrd ; former price, u5c and 37)c. NEW OUTING CLOTHS Reduced from 12c te 10c und Sen yard. Best Value tobe had lu MEN'S STRIPED OUTING SUIR1S nt 25c, 37e and 50c each. MEN'S JERSEY SHIRTS, Seft, Elastic and Durable. Reduced from 75c te 50c each. WATT & SHAND, 6. 8 AND 10 EAST KING ST. (jFlmur. TT 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. q: a v vet a. T irexANCAsTERCAUi'ET'mji'BEr S. St M. One Price, Best Goods, Ne Stairs te Climb. 8HAUB & VONDERSMITH, 18, 20 & 22 East Orange Street. autfiMyd Genuine French Satihe People In Stere NEW YORK SIM Clothing. s FECIAL NOTICE. Iht Grettest Ridictin of -IW Fine Tailoring, -AT- LI01IT WEIOHT MUITINOS MADE UP ORDER AT COST. A very larire assortment of the Latest Htyll ireuseriuir rcaucea irem w auu iu toeai 17. Ana an iiRiu-weigni goeus reaacea at same rate. VThls Extra Ills Reduction will eontlne uurin(innionuiseuui.i ana auuubi. H. Gerhart DIRECT IMPORTING TAILOR, 43 NORTH QUEEN STREET. UMM M ART1N BRUO. Yeu won't need te be e j ClethlDg of Taste and your guard here. Yeu wll save money by buying : liable Clothing at our est Wertb. ordinary low price and nd gel Clothing tainted bi bogus "Insurance Hales," bogus " Assigns Bales," bogus " Bankrupt Sales." Read, Visit and See THESE QOODS AT THESE PRICES. Chll dren's Pants, 4 te U year sizes and serviceable 25c ; ether grades as low as 38c, BOe, 85c, 78. Bey'l LengPnnU that will net rip nnd buttons ths will net drop off, 62c, 75c, 85c. Children's Hultl that will surprise you In leeks and wear, IK 12 25, $2 50, fi Bey's Leng Pant Butts, $3, tit and f I. Children's Waists, flannel and percald 25c Men's Working and Oxerpunts, 29c, 50c Men's flenteel Hlrlped Pants, n large lel 67c. Uoed White Urcss8hlrta,2"c, 38c Men! Bulls, net " printed " or " stamped " and cole will net conie oil, 5; big men or net can bl nttcd. All-Weel Hults, $7 and ti. All-We Dress Suits, tl 75 aud 12. NOTE AND REMEMBER. This Is nel a ten day sale, but n sale that sell the people such worth and vnlue that wlnl favor and reputation. We will be here nnd paj the money back for auy article returned unsal Isfactery (and un&ellcd.) You'll always havl the most for your money If you buy yeul CLOTHING nnd FURNISHING UOODS AT MARTIN BROS, 26 and 28 N. Queen St. H IRS1I 4 BROTUEK. WHY WE ARE BUSY ! BECAUSE The Goods nre Hubttantlal.ef the Bs Aiaaes ana ei ine nesi i-aiicrus. BECAUSE The Fit Is Sure te ba Right, whethel nacK, cutaway or i-rince .ieeri ceaK The Fit of our Pants cannot be excelled. BECAUSE The PRICES are Mich that no house call compete with in. We tune knocked thd oeiiom out 01 incui. MENS SUITS BOY'S SUITS CHILDREN'S SUITS MEN'S PANTS BOYS PANTd CHILDREN'S PANT'S..., 1 1 te aud Upwards 2 GO and Upwards1 . ... DlOOandUpwardd ...75cts and Upwards) G5ctsnnd Upwards! ... . 20ctsnnd Upwards! FURNISHINGS AT PROPORTIONATELY LOW PRICES. CLOTHIERS, MERCHANT TAILORS AND.I GENTS' FURNISHERS. I. Queen St., Centre Square, Market St., LANCASTKU. PA. MY ERS A RATHFON. Slimmer Reductions! REDUCTIONS 111 All Our Lines of CLOTHING. All Suits Reduced in Price. Qualities as Geed m Ever. Workmanship Is jl uet Aflected by tbe Price. I la Our Custom Department Yen Can Find Many NOVELTIES FOR HUMMER WEAR. The Prices Are Right. Myers & Rathven, RELIABLE CLOTHIERS, NO. 12 EAST KING STREET. icutietvj; DR. NATHlJltST. DENTIST, a CENTRE HO.UAHE. Filling Teeih and Painless Extraction Spe cialties, New Sets made, broken enei mended and remodeled. Teeth Inserted without plates and pivoted, etc. Yes, ecrythlug pertaining te len!K!r will receive prompt attention, at ery Moderate. Terms. Remember thnt Dr. Nnlhertlis the ONLY Dentist In this comity who U a grnduaUi nt Medicine ns well as of Den tistry, an mU milage that Is obvious. iiuutt-lyd&w HIRSH t brother; 'I i 'JV r -t- &