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'M DAILY lHTKLLlaENCKR.-Pnblltied
rtvy m the yew, bnt Bunday. Served
ljr earrlers la this eltjr and arreaadlnf
tow-sat ten cents ft sreek. Bymollflvedel.
Ihi trw la advance ! SO cents month.
fmKLT INTKLLIOKNCKR-One dollar and
h' I i SUSsr Mk. a .. In BAvaluw.
e-vrcvai TO HbHH,lUBna-iKnm ey mcu
't l?mme order, and where neither of
il4 SBSSSWIBSSH piWUIW VUUU .U IflMMMVU
, tfctwrt at the Postefflce, as Moend class malt
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'LAHOAtTia.PA., June 4, 1890.
A Geed OKccr.
'.JBeUnt ni-Mtrient nf ilia Yniinrr Mrn
;' DmboctaUe club, dcellncd te be a
1j MMMate for re-clccllen when he
: weald be required te go into a
jeeatet for the place; and he noted,
: m any gentleman would be dls-
W'f peMd te de, who wrs scrviug a club far
I&& It advantage, and net liln own. Mr.
$ 'i.t' Revnnlda rll.l tint fel nl1lrH In jntnr
T into a contort te secure the iiriviletre of
Vlvitw his further services te the club
,- w . . . -----
ana there was no nbllsrat en unan him
ve ae u.
The Democratic club has never
been ae vigorous as since It has been
under Mr. Reynolds' enre. He Rave It
his aealeus and Intelligent nl tout Ien and
the fruit of his labor was very plain.
Itglvca us pleasure, and we consider It
.our duty, when a public official scrres
well the Interests in his charge, that we
KraiM invim Aa tirpftlrlnnf nf thla Huh.
4!?4 MV. Ppvnnlrta hits riominlefl a rpanenallilft
V.C f tlw u.?b, auv. ,v ivuivv fc J .....v
be has done all that he should linve
done, and lms left nothing undone for
Its advantage that he knew hew te de ;
and we de net suppose that a contrary
opinion is held In the club.
naync'n Sensible Act.
"" "Congressman Btiync lms thrown the
mlncPef the avcrnge Pennsylvania poli
tician Inte convulsion; by declining te
accept a rcnomiuatlen for Congress after
he had secured a large majority of the
delegates in the nominating convention.
The politicians cannot understand that
a sane man would refuse a sure scat in
Congress ; and the newspapers are busily
engaged in devising reasons for se extra
ordinary a course, being quite unwilling
ti'fik m te aCMint. Mr. llnvn'n KYnlatiattnn ai
satisfactory. He says that he is tired of
!' Congressional life, nfter fourteen years'
y service, and wants rest.
,- This Is the reason and the action of a
man of sense ; Hnd it it a sovere rclltc
i tlen upon the sort of sense iwllticlans
? are credited with that one of them Is
k thought te be eraz.v wlicn he nets seusl.
fX bly. Mr. Iiayne is a nuin of wealth,
anl need net work for his livelihood
lAw-ner at any business that 1m net ntrrnlilrx
iyii.i , l lava a ..! .... I l.
Ui&i " """ uuu eurwy e may re nunnoseu
; te knew whether the life of a congress-
f'.f.""" " ,K'UKau"' i mm nuer leiineun
Sa,-years' experience of it.
r Te some men it would bean uurnd.
i-.HK'.lng delight. Thov are men wJm levn
Fvltebe In crowds aud turmoil nud who
Tpfrve tough skins that are Insensible te
iVajHiee ; who are able te move along,
:'.: Pleasing themselves and rpirnrillauu aa n
fe."f ether people are pleased, however
w'rfelbay dissemble such concern. And
SK-lt!,er class of men, who will make
Ntyaaerince for renown, love te be cou ceu
jSireatman. And there ere still ether
Ejwrta, who,from divers lnfluences.hnnker
f t.-:.l-'afUr eonerressional life nml nemr imn
i&Jlk alllln1 '
?:, Bt nevertheless ltremntiiH flint .,
tjef independent disposltleu needs some
SJln acting as the servant of the people,
iM aui fhall nnnimuamun n..l ..l.t..I
Sj,lT blmself te certnln r.rlMnlam nml .hnn.
?& 'At aK.iba A ...1 ...I.... - 1 I
i wu.auuec, auu "ueu a man uas sioeu
r the raaket for fourteen years he may be
readily believed when he says that he
te tired and wants te quit aud go out te
wander at his will upon the pleasant
fields of the earth, whither his ample
fortune will take him, aud be free from
accountability te constituents who have
failed te appreciate his labors or reuder
him due thanks for his ardent service
in their behalf. Mr. IJuyne dragged
himself through the mire of high tariff
advocacy, aguiust which we hope his
eul revolted, because the Iren manu
facturers of his district were tariff liewl-
t ars, Still they were net satisfied with
him, and he told his wife that he would
quit their service; but net befere he hud
brought them te their knees and had
ir jes lilm te UCCCP-tt uomluntten
-"T'v. " iie then had it t?rni .lunlnf nlena.
CABurkholeJ'ln'nB' His reasons were geed
-- action is wise. We have the
(."olenles8,"' apTmuidlng-Wi: llsyne, we
li irtf t iirt firet i..m i. l.t.. r.it.i..i
ps. . .w. .uv Him nun.- in ii in iiuilllUHl
Our Summer lVniits.
The advantages of Lancaster as n sum.
mer resort have lieen urged In these
columns, aud it is At that the disadvan
tages should also be indicated and with
even mere emphasis because they can
be easily overcome. Without consider
ing summer visitors the citizens need
for themselves a public park aleug the
Conestoga, te which rapid nud cheap
transport may be hud by the street car
lines. They need water that will be
pure at all times, a iien-partlsuu, ener
getic beard of health, and most of all,
they need te be awakened te the beauties
of the country all around them. Tills
last end cau only be achieved by
niakiug it easy end cheap te
reach the country or te ride ever
the pleturt-sque but hilly reads
within u short radius of the town. The
failure of a recent effort towards cheap
pleasure drives seems te have been due
te a ml-tnkc in the time of day chosen
and the use of carriages net well Milted
te the enterprise. A four-hen-e carry
all, with NJHts for about ten.sturtingeut
of an afternoon te the ringing, cheery
euud of a bugle, would unruly be templ
ing te many, mid, with pemeverauce,
should succeed. And a little stretch
of laud along the Conestoga planted
with shade treei, and threwu freely open
te all, would be qulle as popular us Phila
delphia's Fairmeuut park. The trees
will be slew ingrewing, but tbut is oil
the mere reason for hustling in this pttrk
matter. The tellgutes may bumper
travel, but that Is all the mere reason for
tempting stuy-at-hemes out upon the
highways where they cau appreciate
tee trouble. Wheu Lancastrians
Hew a due tern of the summer beauties
of their situation, stranRen may think
It worth while te step and taken leek ut
it, aud then our builders may have work
in.plantiug all the hills with summer
cottages te let, cud the mammoth uum
ruer hotel, with bread perches uud
wealthy patrons, may some day rise
upon one of the commanding bluffs
that leek toward tbte calm old town,
ever many a fcrtlWreHiBg hill aitd
water-hiding valley. ,
A Geed Street CwtmrHleatr.
The report of Mr. BnelU, street com
mlsslener, te the street committee, heads
the work of by far the most Intelligent
and efficient street commissioner that
the city has ever had. The streets, which
were fuller of dirt this spring than ever
before, are new cleaner than they ever
have been. The commissioner says
that the work en all of them has been
finished. He has cleaned all the
gutters also, which work heretofore has
never been done at all by the city ; aud
he proposes te have another cleaning
before winter comes ou. He proposes
also te keep the streets In repair upon
the principle that a stitch in time saves
nine. Mr. Smeltz evidently has com
mon sense ; which Is a novelty in n
Stock Diiekkr Quini.an, who muldenly
and mysteriously dlssppeared from the
New Yerk oxebangea month sge, bna been
heard from, offering te pay nil claims with
Interest. It is said that he was very sick.
Okiimany's laws and profuanlennl men
are peculiarly cautious. I)r. Iicliuseii, a
(trad unto of tlie medlcal department of tlie
University of Pennsylvania, lias been
lined 200 murks In llcrlln for using tlie
tltle of doctor, American degrees net
being recognlzed In (Jermany. This
is tlie natural result of the rocklesu
policy prevailing In many states, but par
ticularly In the Wost.ef permitting medical
degrees te be granted by Insignificant In
stitutions which have llttle of the collego
about them but the name and amount te
nothing but diploma factories. It Is nat
ural aud right that Germany should refuse
te recognlze American degrees when se
discredited, and we should net think of
retaliating but of remeving the disgraceful
rause of this German protective measure
Americans thomselves need te he protected
from poeplo using the tltle of doctor with
out the training of which It should be the
guarantee, and whlle the diplomas of our
great medlcal schools de glve that iismir iismir
nnce as well as it can be given, we cau net
oxpeet forelguorsto discriminate betwepn
the many varieties and qualities of our
medical diplomas. The American doctor
who was fined for using Hint tltle in Ger
many may hnve been the equal or superior
of German prnitltluners, but If his own
country did net care te guard the value of
his tltle a foreign nation can hardly be
blamed for refusing te recegnl.e it.
Tnc internal revenue collections for May
were greater than for any mouth since 1870.
They amounted te $10,837,772, and showed
an increase en every object nf taxation
oxcept olpeinargarluo. The nation seems
te be drinking mero whisky and bserln
spite of Piohlbltleulsts and tomperance
Itcssi:i.i. I). IIauhinen linppoued te be
present at the burning of the spring pnlnce
at Fert Werth, Texas, nud wns active In
the work of rescuing the audience. He
wrltes a lurid account or it te tlie New
Yerk H'ecW, nud the lingo wooden build
ing appears from his denerlptlnn te have
been a perfect flie trap, the decorations
being of dried grnsses aud grain, mes and
hardwoods. The curtains woie of stiaw
hung ou threads, and tlie lloeis wure tiled
in goemelrlcal designs made of colored
grains of corn. The palace seeuis te Imve
been built and decorated with great taste,
aud skill and a wonderful amount or
tedious labor, but with llttle or no atten
tion te the danger of tire. As It steed
alone thore wus no ronsen why it should
net have been se arranged thai poeplo
within could 11 ml exlt fromnllsldesincaso
of suddeu danger. All public buildings
mndofer crowds should be constructed te
permit people le move out iu a mass at a
Thk Inventer of tlie Galling gun, Alfied
T. Perrlne, died iu tiie Cincinnati city hos
pital in dostltute circumstances en Tues
day. If e had made a fortune by his patents,
but lest it in speculation.
Van ileuiKN's CoceA-Dollcloiu-Mucle In
Though pure and simple nml e mild,
Untight be lurd by eny child,
Yet 80ZODONT'ae swift and sure
That mouth mid treth with wondrous speed
Pmtn tartar und from taint are freed
Till llirjr beceme sweet, w hltc, and pure.
A Geed Tnlker
en tlie stage or platform, In society or nt home,
mukt net only pewtens bmliis but n clenr, streuc
veie. Cntiirrli,oriiKOcrei-olil, In almost ror rer
tl u te liijure the veire. Hut tlicne remplatiitH
nmy be completely eradicated with u lew hih
nitration, or Themtn' Ktrctrtc Oil, unrlvnled tiv
ItnaiicclnKlrii. Held In Lancuttrr by Y. T.
Ilech, 137 and 1U North Queen street,
TllEcleaii.lne, nutUeplle and healing iualU
tlei or Dr. HtiKe's Catarrh Kemedyare tino tine
" I'm All llroke Up !'
This lx the uhuiiI exclamulleii et one allllrted
Willi rheumalUm or lainpiiu.s, lUieumntlc
people are Indeed entitled te our .tiioere sym
pathy nud rommlkeratleii. Sp'ely relief Is
errrred them Iu Dr. Tiemat' Kictne Oil. Ills
thuswern remedy of all nchcH and imiIiih. Held
111 Lnnrn.ter by W. T. Ilech 117 and IS) North
ETTEU THAN TKA AM) COKKKK FOIl
VAN HOUTEN'S COCOA.
THE ORiaiNAL-MOBT SOLUBLE.
Ak your Oreeer for It, take noethor, 05
HHOS. A HAKTAt AN.
Parasols! Parasols! Parasols!
at ju-:i)uci:n Pincris.
All Kinds or
Umbrellas and Parasols
Net Parasols, Wagen Umbrellas.
REPAIRING; & RECOVERING NEATLY DONE,
ROSE BROS. & HARTMAN,
14 East King St.
Fine yTines T
J luuejuht iecglel, direct from Mcurs. Oar
jeys, Jercr, Spain, per H. H. Zurbaran, Ma
Uvernoel, and tram.krred te H. H. Kervlii, ler
New erk, .Murch lutti. it Hue auerluiriit of
Garvey Hlicrrle. Tbene Wines nre auieuc the
very llnett that resell the UitiU'd Stati.
AKe Old uud Veune Mudelra Wines, nml en
the way a Case Ueuclic rtec and 60 Caws ibwclal
Ureal Western Wine. Tlienboie CliameitKneH
are the best produced in Krunce uiid the United
H. . SLAYMAKER, Agt.,
ip dwellKuft, cliuivhii. Kchoel heustw, etc..
Uieusli 1 kuuvtaafully Ufcrd eue hundred ears
lJi'.h.;.'.',y,uce",'l"l'Iateu ehauKB cull en
JOHN mijt; who will Klve you a iWuctery
Jeb, nt a fair price, ni7-tm
rniLAxLraiA, Wedaeadsy.JaM i.vm.
Twe of the very fine and
very pretty Scotch Gingham
have gene down from 50 cents
te 37J? cents a yard.
Ne reason for it in the stuffs
themselves : they're just as
high in Fashion's favor as ever.
Patterns and qualities that you
may see where only the choicest
is worn. But they've come
under the Dress Goods man's
blue pencil just the same. Twe
je-inch yacquard, finished
in ten rich colorings.
2 Rich Plaid Ginghams in
The plaids are formed of
" satin " lines made of cotton
of course, but se fine and lus
trous that it might easily pass
Either of them are most un
likely Ginghams te be had this
time of year at 37 cents.
Northeast of centre.
"" Billowy all-wool Printed
Challis have lest no grace.
37 5 antl e cents.
Southwest of centre,
40-inch pure Mohair in fancy
stripes, go te 50 cents from 75.
A new invoice of Printed
Mehairs. Pretty figures en
cream grounds, at 37 cents.
Heuthwest of centre.
Even if Llama and Ceylon
Flannels were like the rest of
the flannel fleck and shrunk
from careless washing, they'd
still have hosts of friends. But
they're unshrinkable. Wet or
dry, all's one for them se far as
size gees. The hidden cotton
that neither eye nor touch tells
you of is what does it. Of
course they're the favorite
stuffs for misty, meisty times.
Tep and bottom prices :
Ceylon Flannels 25 te 75c.
Llama Flannels 50 te 75c.
A great gathering of Flan
nels Ter outing wear, neat
stripes, 10 and 2ic.
30-inch silk plaid and striped
Yephyr Flannel gees from 50
Northeast of centre.
Anether chapter in that Mus
lin Underwear serial. Facts
that will fascinate any thrifty
Vine MmkIIi), ihleld front, 2 rows of Inser
tion mid 34 plaits en front or yoke, rows
nHiiHcrllen mid M plullaen back of yoke,
trimint. I with llnmuuri; edge und bead
lii(r,jl.. Geed Mulln. 2 rows heavy wheel embroid
ery, 4S plaits en yoke, neck, yoke and
ulcavfw trimmed Willi Hamburg eitcctl.
1 1 no Cnmbrlr. Mether liubbnrd yoke
trimmed with 2 rows lnre and :t2 line
plaits, neck, yoke aud sleeves trimmed
with snme, SI.
Cambric, surplice bark and front, trimmed
with Valenciennes lare mid ribbon, !5
I'lne MUhllu, with whin blind embieldered
rutllft amis plaIN, 11.2.'..
I'lneMunllu.riimbrla ruffle Willi iilnll. VII
plaits abeve,3l; llietl.25klnd.
Fine Muslin, cambric. ruUlc ed'ed with
Vandyke embroidery, A plaits en rutlle
mid & above, tl.r.
Kine Muslin, hem and 0 plait, Vi cent.
Klne Cambric, camtnlr rurrte cc!cd with
iorehen lace. 4 plulu en rutlle and IS
above. tiO cents.
Heavy Muslin, wldu ITumbure rutrie and 7
pint l, 60 cen is.
Second fleer, Juniper street side.
( ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.
Nvw, Modern, Klrst-Claia, Completc. I'ncltlc
nveuue, between New Yerk aud Tennai.su
nvriiUHs. Accommodate 2ue.
aprSt-Siiid JOSCl'H B. DAVIS.
Cor. Arkansas uud Pacific Arcs., ATLANTIC
, ,, CITY, N.J.
New Heuse. Modern Improvements. Klevn!
ler, Klectrle Bellk. Terms moderate.
JL . ATLA NJ'lC CITY, N.J.,
I'ncltlc Ave., between Arkansas and Mlnenrl
Avcs; eentrnl location; refurnished; under
liewinanaceinciit; esurythlngnrnt-clanj. Write
inylD-Vind c. A. UKOWNK.
SAM'L II. I.KWIB, Proprietor.
WM. E. COCHRAN, .Manager.
Complete Hetel ; 100 bed-rooms ; ocean front :
best buthlui; Ereuuds ; bread plastss; slvcant
A TLANTIO CITY.
l"acine Avenue, near Illinois, Atlantic City.
New nnd First-Claim, Hteam Heat : Call belU.
Twe minutes wnlk from bench. J2.50mid W.ft)
per day. NOWOl'KN.
lillMuiit MIW. ANNlK Oil I'll 11.
ATINTIO ClTr, Nkw JKiisr.v.
H1TUATKD ON THK 11EACH. NOIITH C.VHO-
myMmd K. ltODERTH A SONS.
Narrow Gauge Railway
will be opened for the sumcr sensoneii
This read extendi from the entrance of the
I'nrk te the mninilt of the Meuth .Mountain
(Cle erner Dick), h dlhlaiiee ofatieut four iiillen.
Its miniature trains ceiiutvt with all the rrcu
l.ir piiktcuKer tnilus en the Cornwall A lba lba
neu llullreiid nirlvlng; nt the l'nrk, mid return return
liiKfrem tliemiminllnf the mountain In time
te connect with train leavlm; the l'nrk.
Frem points en IVnna. It II. nnd l'hll.ulel.
phl.wv. ltcadlnu It. It., within 100 inllcs, thetrln
can he accomplished lueiindar.
It Is the mestl'EHFKOTlNlTSCONSTlUic!
THIN, II has also the MOST COMPLETE
LQUII'MENT. Its endues uni nerfiH't little
models of the standard ciiKlnekertlicllrtt-clnts,
and its cars ure esvclallyadapteil te arlerd an
oiiebitructcd vluw of the luaKiilllceut scvurry
aleiiKthellue. Hleel Halls. Hteue llallusL It
Is eue of the features of
Mt. Gretna Park,
the finest day resort In Central l'eunsyhaula.
Church and Bchoel, Military nndCUleorL-anl-zatlens,
Clubs and Tourist Parties can secure
UieexclujUe unjef ,lt. Urctiui Park ou nnpll.
Hup t C. A L. Itallrend. Lebanon, l'a.
yjfJJJ Inch te U Inch diameter, f.ir
salealalewflsiire.and the only houvelu the
clly with a ptpe cuttlne inaehliie, cutting up te
0 Inch diameter, nt JOHN llEtfPH.SU East rul-t""ft-
II OABT IKON PIPE FITTINOH, 1IOTH
philn ntid re-luclnp, uji te e-lnch disineter.
able riltlinfk. KtnnkrAu lriat.A rrt..1
,. I.,.,. .. r ' --"-, .u.t.i v.,(ii.ii.
..lunuuitix, aihiticuii I'liieiik, 'lube HiiniK.rU.
U$ilV;S'&Vr'il& !'"""! ViMr te JOIll
HfchT'S. (S3 Last Fulton trcl, m7.fd
A OKHOT FOR CALLAHAN VO CK
A nMt te toke the pUea of Kd Lead. In
bulk It iuIm flva tines the qnsnUty of red
ibset ana is ssr SBPener in rancini i'"J"""
PMklfnrmnjlhnd bole plsles en i boner, i
., e. Price 3D cent per pound, t JOHNVt
HEMTH, an East Fulton slreef. mT-tfd
TF YOU WANT A KI IIHT-CLAHH ItMlTA Bl .fc
I Engine and Ik.tler, en wheels, rbeap, a Hie
follewlnir prices shewi 6 hrl'S.rt.,iL5
horse-power J2i J 10 hone-perer, IW5; IS iwye iwye
pewer, fS75j a horsc-pesrer, II.1TS, call nl. JOHN
limrH.SBKast Fulton street. mMM
T5eil rlfLLEYHr H IIAFTI NO, COLLAKH,
IJ Hansen, damn Hese. Ceiipltuirs, etc., go
ie JOHN BE'r. sa East Fulton street. m7-tfd
Oft nOLTH, LAO BCnEWH, HET HCHEWH,
Honare and Hesaien Nuts, these (toetln In
stock, nt JOHN BEHT8. 551 East Fulton street.
5 Vertical, IVirtablc. Cylinder, Marine, of
any sire or power, of the beat material nnd
workmanship, go te JOHN UEUT, KU East Fill Fill
ten street. m7-tfd
JDUMI-H, UOILEIW. SIININU.CENTKIFIJ.
L gal and Hteam Puiiiiw, el any capacity, at
OUN MEHT8, S East Fulton street. m7-tfd
FOR IlOILEK 1UME IlllUSIIEH, 8TILL80N
Pipe Wrencbes.llpe and Menkey Wrenches
combined. Files. Oil Cans, etc, go te JOHN
BEST, 3.11 East Fulton street. m7-tfd
fJADIATOIW. OF ANY MAKE OH DE
XV slsn, can be furnlshedalreaimnable figures.
by JOHN I1EHT. 833 East Fulton streeL Im7-tfd
JTIOK HTEAM OAUOEH, 11101! Oil LOW
' Pressure, Water Manges, Uauge Cocks,
roeil Wheels or Weighted, Ulnss Tillies,
Whistles, Hyphens for Htcain Uauges, Cylinder
Oilers Plain, Water Unmre Columns, Cocks rer
Hteam (Jauges, call en JOHN 11EHT, :m East
Fulton street, Iii7-tf(l
AHKY IN HTOCK DEHT CHARCOAL,
Hammered liar Iren, Deuble Helloed Iren.
llurden's Hlvet Iren, III vets, Het and Celd
Heller Iren, Htcel, Hhect Iren 3-18 toNe. 18, at
JOHN IIEHTH. il.il East Fulton street. m7.tfd
TNJECTOHH, HUE LlTrLE UIANT. HAN
1 cock Inspiraters and Electors, Ebermnn
Ikillcr Feeder, Penlwrthy Inspeetir, American
Injectors, all In stock, at j6lIN llEST'H, SU
East Fullen street, m7-Ud
171011 TnEllEST HOT AIR FURNACE IN
V the market, go te JOHN IIEHT, XM Enst
Fulton street. In7-tfd
J Lubricators. OlassOll Cups for Hearings,
you can get them at JOHN IlEUT'H, ail Ens
Fulton street. m7-tfd
OOTH AND B1IOEH.
Coming in Daily !
D. P. STACKHOUSE'S,
28 ft 30 EAST KINO STREET.
Light and Elegant, bnt Durable Goods,
for Het Weather Wear,
MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN.
EAHE, COMFORT, LOW PRICES.
LEADER OF LOW PRICES IN sJHOES,
2S i .10 EABT KING ST.
rilHESE WIN MANY ADMIRERS !
Ladies' Kid Shoes.
Wk've many nctvntut beautiful shapes
Iu Ladles' Shots adapted for this sea sea
seu's wear. Here's an excellent Hue of
goods from n leading American maker.
We advertise It this week the first lime.
The words of the manufacturer will
suffice tetell thosteryof thelrcoodqual thelrceodqual thelrcoedqual
Hies, viz: The ottlcleucy nnd stylish
cllect of this line or sheca depends en
the perfect construction of the linpre cd
lasts ou which they nre made. The
shoes nrc of n speclnl shape, showy, sly.
lli.li nnd pleasing. The amps nre cut
from nn excellent grude of Bright Don Den
cola Kid, Frem the vamp all around
the heel (or quarters) Is a piece of patent
leather, highly ornamental In HsifTict,
nnd which does net become rough nor
unsightly from the wear occasioned
by the friction et the skirts. Have neat,
taihlen.ibla narrow tem, tipped with
patent leather; heels of fair height pret
tily shaped. These shoes are wry at
tractive In appearance, fit excellently,
and when en the feet win might hut
words of prnlsc. There Is JusteiieUEh
patent lenther about them te m.ike
ihem m-ut und showy without overdo
lug." Vehne them tn Butten or Lace,
and marked te sell at M.D0 n pair. That's
reasonable, tee, for shoes se high In
grade as these. They are strongly made
nnd will prove le be very servfcmble.
.Many mero pretty shapes with patent
leather trimmings are here as well,
Jirlced topleasethepursothal paya-Sl.tB,
L'iO,tJ,liM,n. All oft lain well made.
OuUtde this store It Is ditlleult te llnd
shoe values equalling these, we adver
tise. Examinations solicited. A great
assortment te select from. That makes
shoe shopping easy and pleasant.
14 North Queen Street, Lancas
AROE3T ASSORTMENT !
Oxfords and Slippers.
The leirgest Assortment of ladles', Misses',
Children's and Infants' Oxfords und Nlippcrs In
this city. This statement, te some people, may
seem te be an Idle beast, hut te our many cus
tnmers who have leen buying their Oxfords
and Hllppcrs here for the past two seasons,
knew hew truthful it Is, as then we had the
largest Hteek and Assortment In the city, and
Hits season we have added la greit many of the
LARGEST AND FINEST DISPLAY IN THE
CITY IN OUR WEST WINDOW.
I.adles' Doiigeln Patent Leather Tip Oxfords
at tUc, 75c, fll), J 1 25 and upwards.
Ladles' Dongola Plain Toe Oxfords utllOO,
tl , 1 50. f.'OOand upwards.
I-adlcs' Patent Leather Frent Oxfords at f 1 5,
f 1 .', and -' It).
Ladles' Russet or Tan Oxfords with Tips and
Plain Tees, IW, 75c. tl 00, (1 25 and upwards.
I-adlcs' Kid 0iern Slippers at Mc, 75c, tl 00,
tl -J5.fi SO and K OU.
Ladles' Fine Beaded Slippers, with Buckles,
Bews, Etc., fl IS, 1 1 50 and 1 1 00.
Ml sees' Dongola nnd Himct, Tip and Plain
Toe Oxfords, at 75c, We, fl 10 and upwards.
Child's Dnngeln and Russet Oxfords atrtV,
Inraut's Dnnseln and Russet Oxfords at Sic,
50c, 75enndtUU. And ethers net mtutlencd.
In fad we have everything from the chenpett
te the best. !
The One-Price Cash Heuse,
Ohas. H. Frey,
(Successor le KICKY A ECKERT) the Lender et
I.ew Prices In
BOOTS AND SHOES,
NOS.3 A 5 EAST KINO STREET,
sr-Store Closed Kery Eteuiug at 0 O'sleck
J.xcept Monday and Saturday, l
": . w.. f
hxrewured te DM ftut Ktaf trs)et,lMTta;s
fall Use of rstfaltura of every esCTlpej atlisj
Icnresl nrtraa. Alse UndertjiklrMr tfrnmBil (.
tended te. Call and examine our gpeaa.
a-IMfi H. WOl.r. IM ITjwt Ring Htfssst.
Handsome Parler Suites
Latest Coverings. Finely Made,
At Orcatly Reduced Prices.
Ochs & Gibbs,
Manufacturers and Dealers,
(2d, 3d A 4th Fleer,) Ne. ill BOUTU QUEEN
1DM iEK'H CORNKK.
D uty's work Is once mere done,
E nltsted men who fought and wen,
C uant o'er the graves of these who fell
O n many a field, 'mid shot nnd shell.
n emembcred are these, patriot dead,
A nd o'er their graves the flowers we spread.
T his done, let's turn te these who live,
E nhance each home nnd beauty give.
EAST KING AND DUKE STREETS.
EINlTStTS FURNITURE DEPOT.
lluyers desiring n combination of Highest
Quality or the Manufacturer's Art In all the
Newest aud Latett Designs and the Lewest
Parler Suits, &c,
Should he awake te their own Interests and
call upon us wrhsii their wants will be fully sup
We offer te-day a splendid assortment of Par.
ler Suits In Tapestrlts and Plushes at specially
27 & 29 Seuth Queen Street
Custom Rag Carpets
Dyeing ! Dyeing ! Dyeing I
LANCASTER FANCY 8TEAM DYEING
Are second te none In Pennsylvania for finish
et work of all kinds. FcathersDycd All Shades.
Orders will receive prompt attention.
PHILIP SCHUM, SON ft JJO.,
NO. 150 SOUTH WATER STREET',
LANCASTER. PA. febl5-3ffid
rpHE LANCABTER CARPET HOUSE.
S. & V.
REDUCED IN PRICE.
Awnings, Oil Gleths, Shades.
OF ALL GRADES, AT RIGHT TRICES.
Carpets Cleaned and Relald. All work
warranted teglxe satisfaction.
8HAUB & VONDERSMITH,
18, 20 & 22 East Omnge Street
-J . I !
GEO. M. 8TEINMAN & CO.
Continental Lawn Mowers,
New Quaker City Lawn Mowers,
Hydrant Hese and Oarden Hese.
R E F R IGER ATORS !
JEWET1"S haie the hlghest;rcputatleu, give
mero satisfaction with less consumption eilce,
than any ether Refrigerator In the market.
Jewett's Water Coelers and niters,
Gem Water Filters, i
Hammocks, Wire Window Screens and Wire
Hardware and Housefureishlng Goods.
GEO. M. STEINMAN & CO.,
JO A -JO WESTKIXO STREET,
inyI7-SnidM,W,S Lancaster, Pa.
"PS.OR PRATT A CADY ASHESTflS DISC
1 al es, Jenkins Vulves.llniv. Glebe Vn ,
itrasi (into Vahes, iron Reily Glebe Valves.
ljeyerfcJfely Valves, Pep Surety Valves, Air
Valves. Rmllater Villus, Pratt's Swinging
Check Vulves, llrassChMk Vales,Feet Vnles
Allele Valves, csll at JQUN REST'S, XH Fis
ruitea Street, n7-tfd
IALACC OT FASHION.
115 117 N. Queen St..
We hrive this day made the Qreatnl
Reduction In the price of
ever made by tin nt this eoaseu of the
We nrc dosing out our whole fteck of
Untriramed HaU aHhofelloioinff prices.
This Reduction Sale cotnmeuccs en
WEDNESDA Y, JUNE 4th.
Full two hundred dozens of Hats nud
Tecques, Flats Bennets, nnd Turbans,
tn fancy straw, lace straw nud line
milan, fermerly sold nil the way from
60c te $1.25, nt the low price- of JO cents
Anether let of Black and Colored
Jiicm Jfats of nieit desirable shapes, at
All our finest Black Milan Hats nt
the uniform price of 98c apiece.
All our Children's Trimmed Colored
Htraw Hats at 30c apiece.
AVe advise you te call early, as of n
great many styles there nre but very
few, and they lielng the most desirable
shapes will be sold at once.
we inaugurate the Biggest Sale of
Ladies' Musliu UNDERWEAR ever
held in this city. '
Never were rnich Bargains offered in
Positively the cheapest ever seen in
Don't miss it.
Let 1, at 25c apiece. Ladles' Night
gowns, Ladles' Chemise, Lndies' Skirts,
Ladies' Drawers, Ladies' Corset Cevers,
Aprons, Children's Dresses, &c, all at
Let 2, at 50c apiece ; seme of these nre
cheap at $1.
Let 3, at 76c apiece. Extra fine Gar
ments worth from $1 te $1.60 apiece.
Call or send for Printed nnd Illus
Our Three-Day Twenty-Three Cent
Bale continues till Thursday cveuin&r.
Friday besides. This Great Sale of
vnaerwear is u ur Jtcguiar vncap JJay.
On this day ererjnrf7cteln the store
will be sold below the regular price.
PEN EVERY EVENING.
Ne. 14 West King St.
EyerythingSeld At andBelowCest,
AS WE ARE POSITIVELY GOING OUT
E W SPRING HUITINflS.
WATT & SHAND,
HAVE MADE8PECIAL PURCHASE OF
M Spring Suitings.
St Inrhes Wide Urekcu Clieek and Narrow
Stripes In Drewn, Green, Tan and Ulue Grounds,
ne er sold for less than 53c, new 26c a yard.
NEW FRENCH STRIPED HENRIETTAS,
40 inches wide. New shades, HamUeme Qual
ity, 6;;c; worth 73c.
F.very Desirable Shade lu CASHMERE
HENRIETTAS at J5c, S5c, 7,c, 60, 7Se te 1100
MOHAIRRRILLlANTINEsin Black. Cream
and Latest Shades at :5c, ti7(c, fi0cand7Sea
11LACK SATIN STRIPED ORENAD1NE8.
Elegant Quality, tl 25 a yard.
HLACIC BILK DRAPERY NE1S at 7. 67c,
BLACK SILK LACE FLOUNCINOS at 73c.
tue, II ft), II a, II M te 13 CO a yard.
SILK AND WOOL GLORIAS InBlacJcand
Celers. i Inches wide, 1133 a yard: ususl
price, II SO,
C. 8 AND 10 EAST KING ST.
TRACKINGS, AS FOLLOWS! DIRIGO.FOR
1 Htcain and HydraulioPacUlns.AsbestRene,
Woven and Wlctc Packlmr, Hemp I'acUlDB, As As
bestes Mill Heard, Asbente. Cement, Asbestos
Sheathlnif, Gum reeljIiic.Ouiii UIekk for Water
GiuiKes, PluinbuKeP.ickini.', Reed's Patent As
bestos, Llnwl bettlenal Vl Ceyer, at JOHN
BEST'S, a East Fulton staet. m7-tfd
hm of Fashion,
NEW YORK STORE,
THE NEW DRBSS GOODS !
rtuurtiuunssTiiu iiuui jrrnill rKBrML 1
nnlv mtttrt. In Ihnelttf wIumm ...t.. .:
Is for sale. Width, 40 and II Inches. PrlMuf
CbildriD's Eitireldend Caps Alittl
White and Colored Mull flats, 47e.
WhIU) Ktnhreldered TatnO'Shanters, I1.7S.I
,reaui uuu uiisck eurau xsjtu, vt.ee.
INFANTS AND CHILDREN
LONG AND SHORT
Ladles' White Shirts, See te H.
Ladies' Ready-Made Dren
And MORN1NO WRAPPERS.
SILK and LACE SHOULDER OAPM,
And BEADED WRAPS.
LltUe Beys' Cambridge Tunic Baits, I1.7S1
Indies' and Girls' Blouse Waist.
Surah Silk Waists.
Lawn Tenuis Rutin nnd Rlrlrls
Children's Kilt Skirt Salts and Little Qw
Infants' Leng and Short Coats.
MEN'S AND BOYS'
Summer Shirts and Undent
Demet Shirts. 25c, SSc and 80c.
Satlnc and Cheviot shirts.
Flannel Shirts from SI.
Gents' Summer Undershirts and Drawers, j
icr irarment. 1
Colored Balbrlgean Underwear, 3Se per gl
meui, er&sipcr snii. s
The Elghtnle White Dress Shirt, fl each,!
a su -cr iihii uuxeu,
GENTS AND BOYS
In Sack and Cutaway Coats.
Beys' Dress Sack-Ceat Hulls, W, tl. 17 M te i
Gent's Dress Coats and Vests. S10 te f IS.
Gent's Llitht-Colered Dress Trousers, S3 te
i inn ueiix ana vests, ana Mingle ana ueun
creusieu uhck ana r ancy r lannei vesis.
LADIES' AND GENTS'
Flat-Brim Straw Hal
And GIRLS' SAILOR HATS.
Ladles' Flat-Urlm Straw Hats, 25c and 47c
leunjr uenis lai-unm straw Mais, BU
t uiiuuuu wavy, wc.
Qlrls' Sailor liati, 25c, 50c, 75c and tl.
PATENT-SEAT BABY CARRIAG
At ClesIng)ut Prlces.
BOYS' SAFETY BICYCLE, tWM.
Our Bright Dongola Flexible Sele PerfJ
iiuief iauies onees, nil wiatns, AAlel
upera aim pquare xees, price K.oe, is tne 1
Carlten's Blended Tea!
An unadulterated article. Sample pack
free te all. This tea Is from cholce picking
iuuiu mm uiiim leas, ana is guaranie
Strictly Pure Tea. Send for trial package.
A Ladies' Cleth Jacket Bargaii
Three Dollars Out en Every Garment.
110.00 Jacket cut te $7.00.
0.00 Jacket cut te 6 00.
s.w Jacket cut te CEO.
All fresh, new stvlci. lhrht nnd dArlr coin
nit made full sleeves nnd puff shoulders, ael
viiu itijii-s mut ure uujuaiuui.
Gent's Thin Underwear.
Gesumerand BalbriRgan Shirts and Drawl
eue per garment or ii per suit.
Lisle Thread and Mlk Underwear.
Dr. Warner's Light Weight WoeiUnderwJ
Summer Shirts In Silk, Flannel and Deml
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN
SUMMER DRESS GOOD!
12Jc Sutlnes, 10c,
I2 Ginghams, 10c.
Novelty Suitings, 6tt In.. 13c.
Weel Suitings, 40 in., 10c.
ThebltNew Weel Dres.sG00ds,42ln.,37icj
And Many More Bargains.
YOU SHOULD CALL AND SEE SOME HI
CIAL VALUES IN
Ic te 12.00 Per Yard.
Rlack Net und Silk Lnrn Kleiinctnei- TUrM
$2.ii. Net, 75c per yard. I
COLORED MULL HATS FOR CHILDRE
HUMMER OUTING CLOTHING.
In Navy Blue and Oxford Brown at M.S0.
Heys' Leng Pants, made of strong and dul
uiu material, jnsi me garment ier werK
senoei wear, 70c, we, si, si.'j, jie.
Fer Fine Dress We
Our Giant Assortment of Neat and Stylish Pi
icrus is nuiTU.
Prices Range-12, 50, 13, S3 50 te 5.
Gents' Comfortable iFoetwear.
The (Joedyrar Hand-Hewed Shee, $3 00.
An llxtm Finn Cnlfskln Shnr. mndA In
ivlflt tia a nrl Its all t Ii a nnn nsi sUa s.ea v..
comely Pitched with hllk, full rnnge of sizes. I
UlllCOlUI AJSSW ItUllL
Flower Garden Implement
Sprinkling Cnns extra double Bleck tln-l
nt-.37c: 'Jeu. I3c:12nt..3c. I
Deublo Bleck tin, Japanned, 6 qt., 39e ; 8 ql
Garden Heio in nil grades.
Baby Carriage Bargains.
Prices Cut le Cost te Clese Them Out.
fJ .... vein.... nl kl . 0-t.l I ... ..!... .. . W
CarrhiKe at f.M: !J) Curriaze atflS:SlgCa
rlneSt.l; 110 Carriage nt!'.'; 114 Carriage 11(1
?i;iarnagein j,i ; jiucuinageai i ; tcurnaa
a i m.
n We nre nircrlmr at excecdlnElv low prices.
A full set vtltb breast band, Je.W. A full s
with cellaruua names, to.ie.
Beys' Safety Bicycles
I10,W AND 180.00.
Williamson (fe Fester
32-38 East King Street,
NO. 813 MARKET BT HAJU.I9BUR9, FArl