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s-,!.VW -v' u '' , ."W'.v'.!.' Vv ANCASTCt DAILY TNTMLOOENCER, FRIDAY, JULY 25, .1800. ; ifaw ,.rvj.jyv -tf . ? ", m 1 m Of ft' w iWOUNfl MAN'S DEATH. 1 1 y s v iMMC W. 8T1II, MX W A CHGMIU MEI- niirr. MIS M TIGUIiT. L ... T ' V 1 'if., ' . t, raBerl toueiicmon jtieminyAimi- Woen-Wllllc Itn-OViie Drowned i en Tuesday, 1 Hurled. nntruBli. Jttlv 2.,i. -Geerge "W. Stair, rJT. TTz. . u u..l- 11 .! lrnrn HKIOHOICaA OlAtlt mw v. - .- i-'l-'ilw' msrwta merchant. died en Thursday mmiIii- -t fi:10 o'clock, at his home en jS IiMttrt street, above Thlid. The death was C-vi- doe te a complication or utsenwss, im-r n h'toec illness. Hetmwtll likedbyall who 7 ,-MW him, nd his death t se wriy age V will be meurnea uy ins mny incnan. im 1 , r,m 1 will he held en Monday afternoon M? ai Q o'clock from the home of IiIh parents. "I The fitneral of Wlllle ltus, who was 1,1 drowned lit the MuHnuehaniM rlver en hk Tuesday last, was held thli afternoon at 2 $ o'clock from Salem Lutheran ciiiinn. k'at William II. Delau, brakeinaii en shlft- fuh ln t,..lnA Xn IMS l.f tllO Pennsylvania ftS railroad, met with a painful accident last fc j ... I t.lenM nt nlnnll mini- no supiieu ui i n- - 1'? .,.... -l.. IIa rallrfinfl ntltl pill Willie waimiiss nuuui. " ......, --- $ v an n jly gash lu his right feet. The wound was given surgical auoniieii, mi 'in taken te his home en Walnut strect. v- Tn rain ni lu-iiuv uus mcnui ,fv;i....w. MS Iti- Inlnt nxcuralen of the WrlRiilavllle W Methodist ami Second street Lutheran Sun- " day achoels te Mount Gretna. Thoexcur- alenwai Intended te allow pcople te visit 1 the encampment of Iho National Guards, and as the seldlern break camp te-day the excursion will net be held. Edward I). Smith hasuccepled n position with the Columbia Wagen company. Squire Samuel Evans dreve his guests te Mount Gretna te-day. A delegation from Chippeta Castle, K. of . O.J. will visit Balnbrldge en Saturday : evening te be present ut the Institution of Ceney castle. I Lleulentnnt IJ. C. Welsh, U. H, A., located nt New Orleans, has been granted a four months leave of absence The deg catchers have already killed eleven worthless curs, under the direction of the chief burgess. Unless rodeeinod anethur slaughter of dogs takes place te night. Richard V. Hull, chief clerk of the V. It. It. freight office here, Is spending his vaca ' tien In Philadelphia. i Charles llippcy mid Alex. Madden have ! returned from a trip te Itoaneke, Vn. Field, Uachmnn, Slinnk, mid otlier Ht- p2wches or llie uoiuen Kagie cieuiing neusc, $' took an excursion te Safe Harber, nnd re- pert having bad a pleasant tline. Mr. and Mrs. Charles lllbby, of Catnwlssa, are the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Uoergo Tille. A game of base ball will be played en Saturday afternoon, botween the Celumbin club and Defiance, of Wrightsvllle. The first soashero excursion of the aeasen, from tills section, Is booked for Atlantic City, ever the Heading railroad, en Wednesday next. HUMMER LEISURE. James C. Knll, of riollefouto, Is in town for a short visit. Fer the lust wcek he lias been employed In thocemmlssary's depart ment nt Mt. Grotne. G. K. Kaneko, and W. It. Satow, of CAMl.lln ii.fl fiai.ftliat1 nnllni.A urn miaaltli y-- A-A.au M..M M.n.nuup. vwiiu) ",v "."... fgjikt, the summer at Atlantle City, belng cm-L-.!s'. nleved In a fancy Jnnunese stere. ,& ' -Edw. It. Zahm and wlfe left town this irttf?' MiAMsliin (V Hiaiii Drrkiia T urn Tlfitiri(t f-fllt 1VH1H V VVlHI UHMU t'Wtlj IIIUIUH ,-W adJfew Y'erk. f '& Jacob Zertuiun, of the Uemit hotel, spent Jt te-day at Atlantic City. i;'.-& Charles' Crell. of Mlddletewn. was in Sf-raftewn yesteray. k'.-iHaYrv Hlnes. c K "Tk.j ' -Harry Ilines, of Ileadlug, Is the guest of ?& Mh. Eliza Ewing. of North Queen stroet. Mrs. Tlarry Watsen is speudlng u week '. Unicorn. James V. McEnnls and family of Louis Leuis - rllle, Ky., Who have been the guests of Mr. Susan Pellet, of this city, ure new Tlaitlng friends In Columbia. Miss Kose eeldsmltb, of Xou- Yerk, and Miss May Arneld Jacobs, of Philadelphia, are visiting Mr. Simen B. Hindi nnd family. Congressman Ilroelusvhohasbeoii liume en a brlef vacation, returned te Washington te-day. Samuel M. Myers Is in Lancuster, and .whlln ltniA lin u'lll inatrn lila Rnmiitl vlctt hjfiijt' te the Landisvllle campmoetlng. S .-.-.j ... -"- "- "--b- ;. I-.1 Mr. AVm. II. lie Hi' linve left Ashlirv Purk and are new at Saratoga. Mrs. I). G. Kshleumu and grandson, Jehn H. McMurdy, returned lust night from upr i'Pelut Pleasant, X. J., and left this morning fe for Borkely Springs, Va. Miss Xannle Dickey left town en the Fast Line this ufteruoeii for a ten days visit te llcllefonte. Miss Hattle Jury, of Baltimore, is visit ing Jacob Mlley, of North Queen street. Four car leads of happy children assed through Lancaster this morning mi the Niagara Express. The little ones were sent out from Philadelphia by the Fresh Air association thore, and nre bound fur , points in the Cumberland valley. Mrs. A. J. Stelnnmn and Miss Mary Mublenberg lull this afternoon for Red ford, Pa. The Pennsylvania railroad will run an excursion te-morrow te Harrisburg for these desiring te wltucs3 " The Lest Days of Pompeii." A special train will loave Harrisburg ut 10:50, or alter the exhibition, Company . Itoiiuten. The euuunl reunion of company E, 71'th Itegluicnt, was held en Welncsday ami Thursday at Fishing crock, en the Siisipie banna rlver. Fourteen members of the company participated i n the reunion. Capt. E. M. Bering, of Philadelphia, was elected presldent ter the ensuing year; Jehn H. Caster, of Drumere, vlce presi dent ; Thes. IS. Hainbleten, Liberty Siuaro,.fecretary, and Capt. 8. IX Wlbner, Marietta, treasurer. The next annual reunion will be at Yerk Furnace. Large I'limtH. Jacob Copland, of Ne. 0 Derwart street, has In his garden a geranium plant 4 fect 6 inches in height, with TO Honors and buds en it. He has ethers net quite se large. Charles Harrison, of Ne. 140 Seuth Prince street, has a sunflower stalk 13 feet high aad notyetdeneiirottine. The lowernart PgfwOf theetalk Is three Inches In circumfer- VUIC The IiiL'iistcr Penclblcs. The members of the Lancaster Fcnclblcs who were at Mt. Gretna en Thursday, were presented te Governer Jieaver nnd Adjutant General Hastings. Cel. J. Frank Eshleman presented the application of the company for admission te the National Guard, and showed thc&e officials the ne cessity for a military company atLaucas ler. The application will receive the at tention' of these elUciaU ut an early day. Proposed Iteglmentu! Itennlen. On next Thursday evening thore will be a meeting of the members of the 70th regi ment, Peunsyhania volunteers, at Alder- mjin ltarrH. til lllwlls u nrnnnthl v.n,,t. r ' ?f tu0 r8lu,ent m t,llia clty Iho fall. , 'J " ave iiecu uui iwe rcuuiens of the ."' nsjtment since the war, both of which et l traeted members of ilm ri,lmini r.n... -if jfc.'t. Metlens of the country. & . . - : : r uwee or .-erruotlen. I-ncaster Ledgo of Perfection is held in,. j Ita annual banquet te-day at Kecky . finrltllm rTlinflt(A.li1nnA. la laMn ..1 1. . ..i..ivuyi.iBn, vunncs i a,W. Eckert Is the caterer. (-( , m , -'i 0.,, -... I . r ,. .. V ' in jnn nva ttr J llt-l'e. rt' .Vflil estlmalea of the com ineii m eiE utew tuat it will preb-bly be aleiit ft jpr cent, of the crop of laxt year, Bev. Schroder letter. Petwr PusAaAJfT, N. J., July St. Editors Ixtem.iekncer. I have thl moment received from the treasurer of the "Yeung Men's League" the Lancaster papers oenUlntng the outrageoits conduct of several member of the saine. My as as as tonlshineut, my sorrow for this knows no bounds, and only Iho knowledge of my Integrity supports this horrew. As my friends knew, the motives In the organization or the "Yeung Men's League wero of the iilghest, the best. 1 and my ofucers have been cresslv deceived by the vlloness of kev- oral unprincipled fellows from whom we have borne much all the way through, yet whom we earnestly deslred te help te elevate In every way, If possible The lib nnd methods of this society are known te all, and we wero looking forward te much that was onnebllng end pro gressive for young mtn. My health has entailed a necessary absence from Lan caster, and during this absence my un limited, my bretherly, nay my loving con fidence ir. theso vile olfendorH has been bo be trayed. If necessary for the pnblle wel fare, I sincerely trust that the uanies of the offenders may be made known te.nll geed citizens. " They have persecuted Me, they will also Krocule you" thus spake the cructfled. In this knowlcdge, together with the roallratten of persenal Integrity, initie dlsclple of Him who was buffeted and spat upon for the sins or eiucrs can surely bear his own cress of sorrow and disappointment, and the slur and misrepre sentations of any gainsaying persens. Upen my return home mcasures will ut once be taken which will be deemed best for the geed end welfare of the tncmbers of "The Yeung Men's League." I'lUNcm E. ScuneEt)j:. AX OLD MAX KILLCII. PoterKnule, While Walking en the I lull read Vraek H truck ny mi Knlne. Peter Eugle was kllled at Miner's village en the Cornwall .V Lebanon railroad, near Penryn, en Thursday aftornoen, botween flve utid six o'clock. Mr. Kugle was a man ever soventy years old end was employed at the Colo Celo Cole man furiiHce. IIe quit work ut 5 o'clock and Ktaited for hnnin. At Penryn he took te the railroad track, Hint being the nearest reute te his home. He only walked a short distance, when lie saw a train approaching en the track he weh walking nml liu stu- pod te the ethor track. He did net think of the train swltchtugte the track en which huhad stojiped, nnd as he ruached thu track the onglue struck him. He fell under It nnd the ouglne and two earn passed ever him, mangling him In a terrllile manner. As seen as the engineer could step the train he did se and the mutilated lenmliiH of Mr, Kngle wero gathered together. The coreuor of Lebanon county was notified and he held an Inquext. The verdict run run dered was accldentu! death. X wife end soven children survlve him. Paid a Heward Per thu AVi-eiik Marc. A mare was stolen from Cluirlcs Carter, who lives near West Chester, soyerai months uge. Mr. Carter olTered f50 reword for the recovery of the animal and $.'100 for thoarrest of thu thief. A week age he 10 10 10 coverod a mare answering the description of the ene stolen from him ut a Itoynrslerd stable nnd paid the S.VI reward. On Thu is day he became satlslled that the mare was the propertv of It. Kuen, of .Sellersvllle, who doserlbed the animal uud proved by witnesses that he had owned It for ever two years. Mr. Knell took the mare home and new Mr. Carter Is minus his herse and the $e0 reward he paid a week aye. She Puld the Cimtn. Susan Martin, charged bCLVntlnna'' Hartmau with druukonnessflWl disorderly conduct, was heard by .yiruirmau llersliey last evening. TlioVienbln nrose through Mrs. Martin rudliMliK te vacate the hmie of Mrs. Huffman nfter recelvlng a notice te de se. Mrs. MarHu paid the costs lu this case and agreed te meve out end en these conditions the case was dismissed. Nfltfhlxir.i AiiiiIii (jiinri'el. lCllzabeth Horzeg uud Mary Creuse nre neighbors, uud a fev days age they hud u quarrel uud cress suits are new pending. Last owning the quarrel was renewed. Mrs. Creuse claims that Mrs. Hcr.eg caiiie Inte heryard und maliciously destroyed her growing vegetables. Fer doing seu chuige of malicious tiespass wnspieferrcd at Aldermau Hitlbiich'N. The SulviideilHii War. Dispatches from San Salvader confirm the reports of the success of IhoSalvaderian forces uud claim victory In six bloody bittlcs. A dispatch has been received at the Guatemala legation, lu Washington, on en on iieuncliig the (latitat of thu Salvaderlan army, under General F.zeta, by thoOuato theOuato thoOuate inalaii army under OmiHnil.Siiiicliez. "The ouemy retired In great disorder with heavy less, nnd left In the liandu of our ermv three cannons and all tlielr eipilpmeuts." Puiiei'iil .Services or .lelin K. I.uiiiIIh. The funeral services of Jehn It. Laudis, of Hphrnta, will be held en Sunday after noon ut 1 o'clock at the German Dapllst meeting house, in that village, luterment will be made lu Springvllle couu'tery. The ClenkumUcrV strlke I'nilinl. The cleakmakers' strlke In New Yerk was settled en Thursday. The manufac turers loceguizo the union and will ills, chargenll non-union men In tlielr employ, roservlng the right, hewever, te letiilu the American girls who ure working for thorn. About 0,000 Hebrews will return te work. Itnnawny lu Iho t,th 'VViinl. A horse of Alfied Diller becaine scared wlille In front of his establishment, en West Lemen street, and ran te North Queen street. The wagon struck a telegruph pole at thu corner uud was lireltVn. The herse was caught in front of Alderinuii Delict's ofllce by Walter Faegley. The Timber Still Sound. Itepalrs ure belug made te the Moravian Sunday school und although the building waaoreotod in 1749 the poplar joists ure as sound os the day they wero put lu. They are 65 feet long, 's liich would indlcale that the timber was taken from Immense tiees' ToMiinrrew'N Hull (Jiime. The .Somerset club, of Phll.ulelphiu, will net be here te-morrow te play the Iron sides. Manager Lodermuu has arranged for the SelarTip club, a strong organization of ball players. A geed g.ime may be loekod for. Hogarth and Peutz will be the Lancaster batterv. llie Cur Have Out. One of the electrle cars guve out this ineruiug and alter wasting an hour's labor In ondcaverlng te lc.irn the cause, the cur was sent te the depet nnd niietlim- ene seemed. Will lustltiite u New Trllie. Grand Sachem Jehn M. McCully went te Ilerwyn te-day te lustltiite a tribe of Tied Men. Theronreflfly-sovon petltioners en the application for Institution of the tribe. The Ilosten Plre Cletlitut; Sale, Ttie mle of geisls from the Bosten lire, In Ite tetter's bulldliiT, lu Centre Mn,uarr, begun yes terday, hua attracted many buyers thus far. Indications point te their large steea of goods being told In u short time, as the rush for bar gains still continues, Jl.lvtxl en Hutteriiilllc, Mrs. , or Lancaster city, mid she suffered with dye pcptlu and chronic headache for eliitil years, mid with serious heart troubles, te such a degree thnt en occasions lie fainted several times during the day. One llie day she bought one of Hoke's Electric Helta she had fainted six times. Hhe Mas tumble te work or eat, the only nourishment the could takofer some time was buttermilk. She was treated by several physicians, their vlslta only, without the medicine, costing her as much as t77 u year, but brought no cure. After wearing one of Hoke's Ele-trle Belts fer; three wteliashewM able te eat n erythlng, and does her boivwer). os well as ecr. The Lady, for reasons of del . eacy, wishes her uame net used publicly, but 1 willing te awear te these facts, and nntberizea rrotllekeUiflveher name and addraw tea-jr one ralllnic en him. Office, 29 Wct Kluf street. JJ-2SAM It flld Wemlars nf Me, Tlinnk ael t t have hefn n grrnl tufTerer for six years from rlieumntlam, nenralcla nnd comtlpn'len. We com lulled te use irarvatlvcs for yenr. I have t)ccii completely cured by nulng lleke's Klwtrlu Ilcll, mid enn conselcntleuMy rccemtatnd It te the public Am willing te Rive thla testimony under oath If necessary. I have te-dy pur rliniied ene of the lloke Ilclts for my husband, who Is nlae siitrrrlng from rheumatism. ' HAH A II HARE, Manchester Township, Yerk County, Ta. Jui.r 8. 1W0. onice-EKWestKlnuHlreeU Jy254 ALMOST A PANIC. Urvnt Excitement nt Ne. Ut Centre Nqiinroen Thursday Morning. At 0 o'clock we anrunit open enr deer, and fiem that time en there was a continued ruab, se much se that nt IOiTU we Mere compelled te close our doers, as our corps of salesmen of tfii were insufficient te wait en the trade. Goods were all tossed about, flint from ene side then te thoanethcr. The entire city Is wild ever the " Great Ilosten Klre Sale of Clethlne" Poepto of Columbia. Marietta, Htresburg, MlllersTllle and all surrounding counties, whose car fares wero paid, have alt taken advantage of the wonderful saloef rlnthlng. It la net often Hint fine tallor-tnade clothing can be secured at forty cents en the dollar. The cry all daylong la "(ash I" ' I'll take this suit I" " Let me have tliesa pantaloons 1" " I'lease have this boy's anil wrapped," and se en until latest night. It itecan't Ukn the people of Lancaster and vicinity lenir' te knew where their dollars go the farllicsU Don't fall te attend this great sain of ctetblnir, a chancellke this will never occur iiKaln. Here's what we're doing; OSc. buys men'agoed working pants, worth si.re. I'sc. Duys belter ones, lOatylcn, worth 12. tl.DS for tine all. wool casslmcre pants, nebby atyles, worth JliO. Juat think or It ; (2.98 takes choice or plaids or stripe tnt n't tutti, nil slues, wertli very much mere W.US buys splendid men's suits, nil aires, nnd (all te mulch), twenty-nve styles, worth 813. 10.19 buya wide wole black worsted ordtngenut suits, cutaways or sacks, worth Jit. 5.'."0fer extra flue dress suits, dark or light colors, cost te manufacture iifcaln ns much. tS.M special finality satin faced, black Trlnce Albert drew suits and flne black wlde wale cheviot suits, wertli IX). Just think of It, " Hrre you'll ten" vn splendid children's nulla, eltnges, B8c, and Ml children's plaited school suits will go for 1.33, but nre really l Wertli 13.50, with 100 boys' (long pants) anils for $2.98, and 1,000 pairs knee pants at lie per pair, (while they last). (iOc. washable seersucker ceala and vests, worth tl.50. All ether goods will be sold In the same proportion as the abeve montlened articles. A handsome line or Prince Albert, line cus tem made suits nnd elegant children's suits nit te be told at te cents en the dollar te make a final settlement of Insurnuce policies. Htere een every evening till 0 o'clock and Haturday till 11, only 10 daj s remember n big clmnce for Country Merchniils. Don't miss It. "Great Ilosten I'lre Kale of Clothing, lin. 21 Centra Kquare, between Meuth Queen and Unst King streets, Lancaster, Pa. Loek for Hie Dig lted Hlgns. glcittlte. Mil. 1, Kit. In this city, en Julv22, Mnftule A.. daughter of .leliu and Anna Miller, In thu 'JHIi year or her age. Tlie relnlhcs nncl friends or the family, also the l'rcjliyterlau Hunday school nre respect fully Invited te attend the funeral, from her parents' residence. Ne. S4l8euth Queen street, enHatnrdny afternoon. 'Hervlce ul tlie lieusa at 1 o'clock by ltev. Mr. Hcrshcy, and at the rhapcl In WeiMlwnrd UUI cemetery by ltev. .1. Y. Mitchell et 2 o'clock. Interment at Wood ward 11111 cemetery. Mn.I.Kii. In this city, en the "lib InsU, Mrs. Careline. Miller, wKoer David Miller, lu hcrUd yrnr. Tlie relatives nml friends of Iho family are rc Hpeclfully Itivlltil te attend her funeral, rrgirt her husbnnd'H resldeuce, Ne. 4.12 Church ntlcet, en Hunday morning nt 10 o'Qluirfiervlei's lu German street church JUyflev. Kehr. Inter incut aUVlK)dHnlrHfll, cemetery. 2td MAUPIle-.'j-li'ithUalty.im lhed;iiikt., Dslsy HeUijjfKr, ilnughteref llnrry and Lizzie Maullck, liittaef llth mouth. prllcliitlves and friends of the riiinlly nre ro re spcrtlnlly Invited te attend the funeral, en Hat unlay afternoon nt 2 o'clock, from the reildcnce eritur grandparents. Ne. Oil Columbia avenue. Inlcrmciit nl Woodward UUI cemetery, ltd 1-ttavhcte. Plillndelpblii I'roduce Murker. l'iui.Ai)KM'iiiA, July 2,r..-Noen-Plour unlet; l'enn'a sumts, '.' 'rj(42 (l ; extra. 2753 00; family, S J '.iVtfS 73 ; roller, f.1 7,Vl ii; putcut, JI7.V,t515. Wheal llrincrtNe. 2 Itrd new, UVJlljc; Ne. 2 Pn. de, IWJJe; Ne. 1 l'enn'n Ited.BSJjc, Cern linn ; Ne. 2, new, 17H(,S;je old, W file. Oats unlet; Ne. 2 White 12X920.; Ne. 2 mined, l()t;. Ilraii llrm; Winter. SlifslS 75; Hprlng, JHUK4IIW. llsled bav dull ; ll)0i13 f) as te iiunllty ; timothy lOUVaiinu rer choice : mixed, 17 0 U0D; baled rye straw, new, 11100,91500. Ilnltnr dull; lVnu'a rnsiini'rv ejtra l(Vcil7e; Puiiu'a firsts extra, 21c; jobbing, ti, 25. Eggs tinner; l'enn'n Ursts, 17j;c; held lets ICrtl5f ns te ipialUv. Cheese firm; purt skims, 6(ie; full skims Ka2e. Petroleum steady : refined lu bbla., $7 20. Potatoes steady ; 404$riOc per buskctfer new. StoeU MnrKetn. Quotations by Heed, McGrauu A Ce., bankers uiucasier, i a. NKW YOIIK LIST. 11 A. M Atchison, Te., Bantu Ve... t'i t'anaila Pucllle, O. O. C. L- Colerado Ceat t'enlral I'nellle. Canada Heuthern uiii. at. u a I'bg Den. d: Hlo (1 IK'I. U A W Hlljf Krle 2Uj Erie 2uds Jer O K. A T 12 U. r. m. -,r;s Leu. A N U Hiiore Mich. Ceu Missouri l'aclUc-. Heck. Valley. N. P. N. P. 1'n.r. N. West ma hw,'i S'4 110 in) :u 112 111 112 at '.Mi S2) 112 N. V. O New England l'i s)i -ISJi Kust Tennessee uuiuiia Oregon Tninxceutlneiital., Ontario A W- Pacllte Mull Ktclimeud Terminal ML Paul Texas 1'aeinc. Union Pacific Wabash Cem Wntiash livf. Western U Wesl Shere Henda...... 1'IIM.ADEM'IIIA LIST. lieh. Val H.N. Y. Al'hlltt, 44 712 ivj 52'4' J 4Ji 3 -1 iaji WJ2 6.' 2!f2 Pa. K. Jl Heading ' 1-16 21 1-lii lh. Nav llestenv. Pass P. A E N. Cent . Peeples Pass.. ltdg Vi Oil .. Lecal Meck mill Bends, lteperted by J, II, Leng. Par iJist value, sale. Ijiucaster City, 10-20 ear 4's or lsst.. loe 102 " " 10-.T0jcnr4'seri8S5. 100 101 " " lWWjeart'ser IMX). 100 Iir, " Scheel I's due ls'il. . . 1110 )IU " " 4's due Ittli 100 101 . " " PsdilellSM. ... .100 101 Celumtiln Borough Pmluelwl 100 lurt Mai.heliuUoieugli4Ulo.in 100 102 UlnCKLLANKOUS STOCKS. OunrryvllleIt.lt HI 1 MlllerbVllleHUeclCar M (M lncjulre Printing Company . U) a (Jaslinlit and KuelCeiuiuiuy 25 10 Hteveus Heuse (Bends)., KM W Celuinhln (Jus Company 25 25 Leluiubln Water Company 10 Husrincliaiiua lien Company 100 .darletln Hellew-ware 100 HtHveus lliui.e ., M 11 205.25 210.10 1.05 is 75 M 101 1U7.20 lfti.25 67.60 47 S5 45 te 00 101 135 AiuiersvllioNeriualHi'hool Northern Murket . ...M. 60 60 IWO).. 1(0 lfll l'jiilern Msrket (Ins Cempun v Bends (5 tier ct. wuttiry hiu j(. it. t h H lUadlug A rellllillila U. H.5'. 100 l'Mlsen Light Company 60 Western Market fsi Heuthern Market fe IJincasterClly .Street Hallway Ce.,.. 50 West End HtrisH Kalluny . 60 iipivciin ijeamerue., . Watch Factory e's. Line. Cheui. Ce., . 60 100 , KM Llve Steclc .MnrKeiH. Ciiic'AOO, July 2l.-ltecelpta, 15.0tX); alilpnieutf, le.uii); steady; beeves, fi 40jil SO; neers, II IlOvetl 40; blockers uud fcinlers. ti tWrta40; cows, bull nnd mixed, tl 406.140; Texas catile, II HV33 40 ; Westi rn rangers, f.' 77CJ3 85. Hogs lU-celpts. Mi.dii; slilpiueeu, (ul: mar. kel lower; mixed, MiU33h5; heavy, IltOasiiO; light, f.lkVf,1u3; kklps,2 40(3370. Mhees-ltecelpu.fi.ui); slili.inenls. Kill; mar. kel strong; native, f. AivS 40; WesU'rn. 1100 34 W; Texans.H 034 25; lambs, ft 7138 00. llurt'Aui.JuiySICultle-IU-cclpu, luOJliuid ; for sale; pikt. ' Hheep and Uimbs-ltecelpts.8.0U0 head; 2200 eumiIh: niaiket uclte nnd lower. Hhecp Jl'.';!wi !." """a. S5 105 00 ; medium te geed, !iJ3..'ISLt0",mJm,,0 euA-1 21 05. Laiuet !,'op.1ieeholi-.v,fjiV3B4.-,j rulr te goel.llfas ,Jkit i3LiFi?"''J?' u. & Wle, j.erlt tcad) ; sf-ecUsliiHstluinwelghUend sclwted heiyy end. J( l(W, ,:, . , c,le, heavy, It 101 Pj: el:ted Yerk weights, u if, efgej mixed J'ltjs nwnisjht Yerkeif, IJW I is i )'hPl WM t roughs, M asa tit As.nBTr,Jeiy eatU-eel,8; shliiinrnta, 7S0 market iiuii 1 prluiv, ., 4)i rslrtogeo-,tiaa4lS: common, Kl 60; hulls, cjs and tn,$lJB&2tn. Hogs Remlpts, 140j lmiien'irA samel hlu vvi iiiruiuiu nuu kiwi, vi wi .w , nnnmeii U beat Yorkers, MOaajlft: Pigs, 9 80 VeV. 03 re ; no ears atilpped te Maw HhMDHMwlnt 2mi ahlemenla. SnOi market slew; prime, 13 1566 40; tolrte geed. N S10 roninien. WW3a; yearling lambs, U beS 25; spring lambs U te&t w Stem 3lbet'tlcmetit. OHKAP-PUHK llYKWHIHKIKai.HI.ACK berry, atnger and Knmmel Brandies. ROUKEIl'B LIQUOR BTORB, Ne. as Centre Bqnara, -1A1UUACJK8, AC. ut.u, ts. juiiur.i'jv'.- Doersom Carriage Works, Cemer et Duke and Vine Htreets. Alt the Latest Htyles of FINK VEHIOLKH new en hand. Ureal Bargains In New and ttee- ena-iiiuia worn. rv Inw nrlrfl w price: no-hand Merrill Wnirnti f n utMini Phretens asec- nnii.iiHnil l.ivht Tmttlnir IliiBuv ! a second-band Jump-Meat Carriage; two second-hand Market Wagons; thren second-hand Tep Buggies; ene Ceupn lleekaway. Cnll and get bargains at Gee. H. Nerlieck's Doersom Carriage Works, corner or Duke nnd Vine Htrcets. d9-lydwlt E VEIIV DAY A CHEAP DAY AT llElKJlUljDn. lirllAT I TWENTY-K1VE CENTH TO create a Beautirul Lawn or Renew an Old One. -1 ,1 rANTED-HOllHKH TO PAHTUHE. V Address. eprSMfd V. W. artOHII, Ncrrsvlllc, Pa. TIN TOP JELLY O LABS EH 'AT 25c PEU Dezen, AT REINHOLD'H. ANOTIir.lt LOTOPQUEEN8WAKE FROM Auction, AT HEINHOLD'S. P Nerl 0 YOU WANT WOIIK T OO TO LANCAH- 1 TKR EMPLOYMENT DUKKAU. Ne. 61 erlh Duke street. -m-UH10 CATALOOUE WITH NEW EUI- . Hen nnd price Hit sent upon a itten. AT IIKINIIOLD'H. Opposite P. It. 11. Depot. T0 YOU WANT HELP? OO TO LANCA8 J TEH EMPLOYMENT BUHEAU, Ne. (It North Duke street. Ci CI I SCHOOL TAX, lStW-THE DUPLICATE 18 O new in the hands of the Treasurer. Three per cent. OIT II paid berere Augusl I, emce hours from 9 a. in. till 4 p. in. W. O. M AIIH1I ALL, Treasurer, Jc.'tauMlt Ne. 12 Centre Square. rpHOUT&HHANK. ELAMELSHIRTS. nl-lvd T""jlULTON COUNCIL NO. 10, AMEHICAN Order or Steam Engineers, will meet this eteulng In llelnllsh's building, lid lloer, at 8 o'clock sharp, for the transaction of Important business. By order of the chief, ltd IIARllYHIIAUB, B ALTIMOHK MUTUAL All) (SOCIETY. Hequlres acveral cemietent and trust- worthy men of eentleinaiily npiearancn te net ly npiari en ns nssl us cel lectors, lectors. Alse two men us nssi. supis. JeO-lfd 140 East King HU.'Lune.utc'r, l'a. W.J. UAIlNhTT, A T OUU OFFICE YOU CAN OEr ANY V amount of LA. ANCAHTEH CHEMICAL COMPANY LAWN KNKlCIIKIl. A BEAUTIFUL UWN, HOWEVER small It mnv be. Isa crent luxury. LAN- OAHTKIl CHEMICAL COMPANY LAWN ENHICHEH. Suit irs, 1 sUH CIOAHH, OOLDKN LION AND MIA iucriuu, are clear, iiavnna nuer u eeni , iianu-mniie, in nexes ni z., uinnn kiu, DEMUTH'H CIOAH HTORE. Established 1770. ill East King Street. alS-tfdli WE HAVE THE BENT AM.SORTMENT OF l'lpus and Cigar Helders. French Briar Pipes lu Oases, 60e. each. All the tine Brands of Hineklng Tobaccos. DKMUTH'HCIQARBTORE, alK-lfdll 111 Earn King street. WE ARC GRADUALLY WOHKINO order out of chaei. We are sold out of some lets of Heels nnd Reds, but we have unearthed a lel of Heds and Keels that were lest slshl of lu the hurry nnd bustle of mnklng alterations. These we eiler ntsiieiliil bargain prices. Remember we are Headquar ters ter Fishing Tackle. FRAILEY'M EAHT END PHARMACY, (Opposite Eastern Market). Choice Turkish Hath Hpengcs nnd line Cha mois at Bargain Prices. M,W,Pw jyi'CN.s Week ( NNMICH0R8UMMERTHEATRE. Commencing MONDAY, JULY21. Millili.il .V Certm fljifrn Ce., In the raverlte Opera, fc ra With Miss Carrie Tutelii as " Ollvcttc.'r 4ir Admission, 10 cents. CHRIS BUHOER, PreprJenir and Munager. Wtek CeminenclugMnndiiv, July 2S,"CHl.Mh-S OK NORMANDY m.v2-0md y EDUCTION IN PRICE A ' OF COAL! NOW IS THE TIME TO GET YOUR WINTER SUITLY PJtOM. GEO. SCHULMYER, At the Following Prices : Hani uud Medium, Broken, Egg nnd Nut tl.00. Pen, t3.(M. Steve, 11.23. rOFFICES : NORTH PRINCE AND NEW S 1HEETS and NO. 22 EAST KINO HTREET.- Jy'iWIdW.F.M -pENSIONH. BOUNTY. INCREASE. PENSIONS Fer all Soldiers and Soldiers' Wlden s by np plying te M. V. Kilburn, AUTHORIZED ATTORNEY, Ne. a'.J N. Water St. Hcfeienrcs Ok.v. II. A. IlAMiiRiilUT, Hen D. W. l'Armt.se.v. Wounded at Perry vllle, Ky., October ?, lies. NEW DISCHARGES. REMOVALS OF DESERTION. JyiHwdR -Ml'OHl'ANT NOl'ICE. Frem new until further notlce CLARKE will glveuwuy frena package of Dliiuiend Starch te all wheeall. This starch requires no cooking or lilurlnc. Makes Cellars nod Culls leek llke new. Call nnd cet n sumnle pnckuzi nnd cet n sumple pnekuze nnd sec thn OHEAT1-BT BARUAINS YOU EVER STRUCK. The best goods ou ever bought. JAR GUMS Se PER DOZEN. Ilesl Smoked Herring, 10c per dez. Geed Light llinenis, 10c each. Hire's or Haser's Heet Beer, 14c per bottle. U lbs Aena ler25i lifts HriKike's Crackers for 25e. (i lbs Fnrlua fei 25c. 3 tbs (iissl 'nickers for 25c. 4 packages Corn starch ler 35c. Epn's und Maker's c'ncai, per pack, 20c. A geed 50c Mixed Tea for 23c. A geed Ground Cellee for 15c. 4 lbs Cukes French Olelue Sisip for 15c. Bell. Henrietta. Octanen. Acme and Helleld's .Soaps all ut 4c u cake. Arbuckle's Arlesa Coll'ee, 25c. Ia'Oii Collee, Mechn, Java and Hlo, 'c. Pickle, Spice and 1'lckllng Vliugnrat lowest prices. Ham, Dried Beef unci Bologna nt bargain prices, Samuel Clarke, Agt, Twi, Coffee nnd Grocery Htere, 12 A 11 Seuth tjuecn St., Near Centre Square, Lancaster, Pa. aaT-Telephenn nnd Free Dcllery. A T BUHSK'S. SEASONABLE GOODS Hams, Dried Beef, Bologna. Petted Meats, viz.. Chicken, Turkcv, Ham, Tongue. Bened Chicken and Turkey, Imported uud DoraestlcSardlues, Frrh Canned Salmen aud Lebster, Soused and Fresh Mackerel In Chui., Cress il llluckwelt's Pickles und Satires, ToinateCntsup, Flaerlng Extracts. Piuldliie An Excellent Dessert. Cerustnich, Macaroni and Vermicelli. Wheallct Excellent for the Breakfast Table. Soaps, Starches, etc O. 17 HAST KINU STHKHT, LANCA8TKU, VA, yn SLMrflHwnt JULY BARGAINS! A Big Let Of WONDEKFUL BAK0AIN8 ATTHg Bargain Table or THE COMMON SENSE Shee Stere, NO. 40 EAST KINO STllKFT. -4,000PAIIl8OF8HOE3ATLAIiaK KhUUCKD PKICE8. .V. JU ,f, Jyll-tfd MABIETTA PHEHERVINQ KETTLEH. AT HEINHOLD'B. IN FIVE, TEN, TWENTY-FIVE AND FIFTY Pound Paekuges. LANCAHTEH CHEMICAL COMPANY LAWN ENHICHEH. Beld everywhere. rrMIK NEW SKAMLKHS HTRKI. rneKiNn JL Ware Is better than granite and sells for nun ' the price, AT REINHOLD'H. rpiIE SEAMLESS COOKINO WARE 18 heap, AT REINHOLD'H. A CARD WE MAKE "THE NATIONAL Safety Firth Wheel In three sizes (Cox Andersen's Patent.) Forshertturnlng.atrenith and durability are matchless. They also make n neat finish. Trythcin, Every wheel Is guar anteed. NATIONAL MANUFACTUINOCO., Jy 13-2wd 2 te 39 Sherman St,, Lancaster, Pa. XTiRISMAN'S. OXFORD SASHES. LANCASTER COUNTY NATIONAL BANK JULT IK, 1KK. ItKSOURCKS. Lenns and discounts f VZ7.021 HO U. S. four per cent, bends (par valur) 60,000 00 Banking house and ether rent estnte. 34,60:1 01 Current expen-.es nnd taxes paid 2,2H 711 Checks nnd ether eish Items 395 70 Lrgnl reserve cash In vnnlt, nnd biilnncesdue from banks 186,733 38 Total .... ..II. 201.481 SI LIAllII.ITIKS. Capital stock paid in Surplus fund Undivided prellls.. Circulation Dividends unpaid Individual deposits Due te banks Total ... 300,000 00 ... 205.000 (10 ... 30,405 05 ... 44,010 00 2,4.5.1 00 .... C00,O85 4tl ... 13,6.11 30 . .I1,20I.4S4 81 W. A. HALDY, Cashier. Jehn B. Wars kl, IIAVIII UKAYI1II.I Directors. F II. BI1KKF.MAN, ltd XriRSH ft BROTHER. BEAR IN MIND That where a great nmountef wind Is does net always prove Hint there Is much behind It. We find this condition In Lancaster te-day. Many have tried It, BEFORE and new, and their experience should prove a wnrnlng te the public lu general. BUY Where Yeu Are Benefitted Yourself. BUY of the Merchant or Merchants Who Patron ize Yeu When in Need of Your Laber or Goods. BUY of the Merchants Who Have Their Clothing Man ufactured in Lancaster. FINALLLY, BUY Of . THE CHEAPEST AND BEST CLOTHIERS, FURNISHERS AND MERCHANT TAILORS IN LANCASTER. CORNER OF N. Queen St. & Centre Square. B ARUAINSINSnOESI CUT PRICES I Ladies' Shoes. Men's Shoes. Children's Shoes. Ladles' 15 Shoes reduced Ief3.n0. I Jid If s' f 4 Shoes reduced te 92.60. Ijulks' U Shoes reduced te 12. 1 jiilies' f2 Shoes reduced te 11.60. Children's f2.0d Shoes reduced te 11.60. Children's JI.75 Shoes reduced te 11.25. Children's II.C0 Shoes leduccd letl.00. Children's f 1.00 Shoes reduced te 75c. Beys' 11.75 Shoes reduced te 11.25. Beys' 3.00 Shoes reduced te I2.U0. I .Men's ttl 00 Shee reduced te 15.00. Men's 15 e) Shoes reduced te $1.00. M Uses' 11.00 and $5.00 Shoes reduced te 1100. Misses' J1.00 und $2.50 Shoes reduced te $2.00. You're familiar with our repute for selling excellent makes or Shoes. The shoes put In this Cut-Price Sale arc net un execution te the rule, 'lhey are net the usual nig, tag and bob tall prude, that are gotten together for a big advertising hurreh, but geed kinds every one tin unusual bargain nl Its price. Ask te see them. First come will be best icried. Shoes te At nil kinds efftet If net of one klud, we'll find another. SHAUB & BURNS, ll North uukun street, Ijancas TKBi pa. HUtSH BROTHER Uv 3rtWtmnt.t CPECI At, EXCURSION. i).' SPECI7L- EXCURSION -TO- Atlantic City, Cape lay. And the principal resorts between Atlantic ON WEDNESDAY JULY 30th. EXCURSION TICKETS WILL BE SOLD FROM LANCASTER TO AWT or THK MENTIONED AT $3.00 for tlaeReuLXid. Trip. """ i " TiCKeugooaonnamaDnrcipre,ieaTlBcl TiCKeugeoaonnamaDnrcipre,ieaTlBcl TiCKeugoeaonnamaDnrcipre,ieaTlBcl en that day from Philadelphia te the B shore. except lacunicage i.imiiee, uniu ana mcinaiag Stem tvBVtimtttttntm J. U. MAJlTlN CO. J. 6. MARTIN & CO. Summer Goods! We intend te close out the entire stock of Summer Goods, and te de se we will give some extraordinary inducements te purchasers. Te-morrow, Saturday, we will make a Special Price en all Ball's Corsets 71c each, white and drab. 200 pieces of Dress Ging hams at the following reduc tions : iec Dress Ginghams at 5c; I2j4curess tjingnams at 8c ; 15c Dress Ginghams at iec ; 25c Scotch Ginghams at 15c Dress Satines reduced. French Satines, 1 5 and 1 7c American Satines, 5, 8 and iec 5 dez. Ladies' Skirts, wide and narrow stripe, at 19c; re duced from 50c Remnant Counter Every thing en the counter at 5c a yd. Dress Ginghams, Challies, Satines, Double-Feld Dress Goods, Crinkles, &c, all at 5c a yard at the Remnant Counter. J. B. MartiD & Ce., Cor. Prince & W. King Sts., LANCASTER, PA. XJOSTON BTORE. 1 Twe Bays Sale! BOSTON STORE. SATURDAY AND MONDAY, July 26th and 28th. Best Skirt Braid, Black only, 8c. It Rows Geed Bins for lc. Best Needles, 3e a paper. All Makes Best Spool Cotten, Sic. Best Electric Combs, 12$c. Curling Irons, 12c. Dress Shields, 3c, 5c, 8c, 10c a pair. Silk Carter Web, 12c. Me and 75c Corsets at 37c and 60c. All our Lace Caps ut Almest Half Trice. Palsy Ribbons, 3 yards for 2c All our Ladles' Linen Cellars nt 5c. Best W Table Oil Cleth, 15c a yard. fOc and 78c White Bhlrta at 37c and 5X tl nnd $1.25 Lhce Curtains at 75c and tl. Curtain Poles, 15c and 19c. 5c and 8c Calicoes at 2c and 5c. IOc Outing Cleths nt Xc 87Xcud $1.25 White quilt at 75e an 1 II Bilk riusbes, 20c. 4Mneh Bluck Henrietta at 75c. Best Grey Gossamers, 67c. Black Lace Fleunctnga Almest at Half Fri e. Big Reductions la Black Shawls. AVE want te reduce our stock. WE want te de It quickly. WE shall de It by reducing prleea. WE want yen te knew it. North Queen Street. Bosten Stere. wm mm, Sea Me City, Ocean City and Cape May, via Pennaylvaela K.1 - neasterat8:l0a.ni..andon - neasterat8:l0a.ni..andon - neasterat8:l0a.ni..andon the rruh Return coupena will be geed en regular August 4Ui. jf J Xtetw 3tcrtt-gmenU. IVI15", ""UUM'WJT PBICES AND A . htere Keem makes ahepplnz ntea- ATREINHOl nlOAHMAKERH WANTED. WanfnH m UTHiiruu tltirw and 42 f eulh Christian street. 2) Cii and 20 Learners. Jj rTIHE ONLY CIQAR BTORE WUERH X can purchase Imported and Key I i.iBui B, uuu r unsvriey-soupcrier lasve DEMUTM'8 CIOAH BTOU UIKMlKlDCBU Telephone. 1I XjIRISMAN'H. BLACK SUSPENDEi T n.E -AT- ASTRICH'S Palace of Fasti 116 & 117 N. Queen StJ LANCASTER, VA. On Account of the Rj -THE BAT m WILL BE CONTINUED All Day Saturday! ATREISXU 'OTAISTXEID T HELP! HELP! NELI -AT- HEIST'S T The peenjc demand II. The world moves a I wen evewith It. Thirty competent snlesml mum i urgiu i e cope nun me irune wenaraj SEEING IS BELIEVING. Loek IntoeiirstoreioomKaturday. Aregul ecenive. Ana, neilevc us, with an tne trn ve nave, we will net keep yen waiting nair long as ether store will where only half tl clerical force Is cmnlevcd. Our store is check full of Fresh Goods net Ing stale- things move tee fast. Wcalmesd ciuim, ae new, and always win. unit we na me i-argesi ttierc, ncnvicsi nteca ana nesii tuiien. -IN TO-DAY.-W Tcn-neund bucket Ne. 1 New Mm kerel. 1 1 1 Boneless Hum. I2ie. spired Ileligua. uyM AlotelNcw, Knl Kanilly sincKerfi, iu ma.i the bucket and 10 Mackerel te the bucket, at a ioiei irifa iieei at n"' mm iuu . s ,,,v m Kiimmer Bologna ut Oe a B. A let ef.lue Men I Hnma ut inn il lb. A let of Itrcakftr I llncen d 12!catt. 800 dejen Finest Canned Tninnteel ou ever saw, 3 for 25c. 25 half-chests of lIlHCklea, iisudrlve, nt2'eu ft. Unu barrel il Prepared Coceanuini b'a re. A let of I'lcnl Plates, nil sires, ai Darreis i-rcsn wntcrCnicH m. 4 lbs for '. 50 keirs OraiiL-e Ctdir. dial tlj thing for camnmeelings. lxiiieu ure hlgll hoi. Chuse t Hanbern's Famous loteuCoiroe1 the Iartest home tu llie erld. 'i iirelhel agents. Cnneesiiulfiirinly rcasled nml put, nl In 50-lh air-tight can iuhlle het. seu, tenrevcul tlie orenm from e.eaplng The electric, fsiii ngiiin in nioiieu. .-no het wceIIlt vriin in. u Morning .inn and oilier ilnllv Niicrs. licadqimrlcrs forUmeked Meats. J. PRANK REIST, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL OI'OCER, CORNER WEST KINO AND I'IUVCKKI Directly Opposite J. B. Martin & Ca's Dry Goods Htere, and Next Doer te Berrel Merse note, S-Loels for th Big Bln gCfiiw the pave tHYM ill y,?i-Vft,Vslr;iA!r k ? 'T ' " ar.L') 1 i i I .