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THE LANOABTIB DAILY mTKLLmENOra. MONDAY pJiTL? 28. 1890.
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LAH0A1TE1.FA.. July28, 1890.
A Rrpabllfan Uriah tlrcp.
Let no Ilcpubllcan of Schuylkill
county dare te aneer at oriental Btib
Mrvienry. True, the Bubjccls of the
king of Slam when Uiey wish te ap
proach him, no matter hew high their
rank, fall down and crawl upon their
hands and knees te the feet of
the throne. This 19 sufficiently de
basing, but net se much ae,
when properly considered, m the recent
act of one of Schuylkill's prominent
Republicans. Sam Leach, wishing te
run for the congressional nomination in
thai district, instead of placing his nnme
before the voters of his party in the
Democratic way, pesU efT te Washing
ton te ask permission te be a candidate.
He knows very well that tha voters of
his district have nothing te de with
,the matter ; that the " bevs of his
party has everything te de with It;
and that It would be absolute in
sanity for anyone te aspire te a Republi
can nomination liil'eunsylvauia without
the cetient of Matthew Stanley Quny.
Se Mr. Lesch gees te Washington. Hut
the object of his search, the profound,
philosophic! and scholarly Quay, Is ab
sent from the capital, lie has probably
retired te some remote solitude te weep
ever the growing corruption of politic ;
or peredventure, te shape "some au
gust decree, breniWmscd upon the peo
ple's wlllaiririiiakc 'the bounds of free free
demyfderyct." .."Pfierefere Mr. Lesch will humbly
Walt the great man's return. Humbly
yen, even in repentant sackcloth and
ashes for he has been utility of the
greatest of nil political sins. lie has
spoken disrespectfully of the "boss."
But "mercy becomes the powerful,"
aud he hopes te l forgiven, for he
means te iisk the senator, In the lan
guage of a ribald humorist, te walk ever
him just te show hew hew grateful his
prostrate body will feel te the great
man's feet. Se he scats himself in the
senator's committee room patiently te
await his coming, and here he Is found
by the senator's son, Illchard, who
Is naturally astonished lit such out
rageous impudence such unheard of
temerity. What ! A man who bad ac
tually dared te dispute the absolute rule
of his father, haviug the gall te sit
down quietly in a public committee
room without se much as asking per
mission cither from the monarch or the
Kfgfe , crown prince I Se Itichard shouts with
K4 angry voice aud dictatorial mien,
!lw " What are you doing here ? Leave this
LatrONOf 1 &!waut no renegades
m (Tflrltepubllcun party here 1" And
& Mr. Samuel Lesch, of Schuylkill county
wnicn ue wisnes te represent In Con
gress, meekly arce aud obeyed the
order. Se, at least, the dispatches say.
Let our Republican friends heed well
this noteworthy delivcruuce of the
younger Quay, for " children and feels
speak the truth." Let them mark the
royal " We," and the fact t lint nil who
are net the humble and obedient ser
vants of his majesty, are classed us
"renegades from the Republican party."
But the lucldent lias a wider moral.
Is It net a strlkiug example of the ten
dency of Republican party politics that
an aspirant for the Republican nomina
tion as a candidate for Congress Is com
pelled te go te Washington and sue for
permission at the feet of a ruler mere
absolute than cither Victeria or Wil
liam ? Fer neither llrlteu nor German
asks the pernilasieif of his monarch te
become a candidate for Parliament or for
, Aud Lesch? Peer man! If he has any
self-respect left, he must feel that, it
weiilA be-rrgreut relief If he could go oil'
te jserac lone spot and swallow hluiMilf.
j Deadly In inks.
fchlrley Dare, Inyesterduy's Pittsburg
ijhpatcfi, publishes au exhaustive essay
lipeu drlukiug water und the methods
,, or purifying and cooling it. Few jce-
ule dream of the live animal organisms
. which they take into their system every
uay in me water iney unnk. Were our
eyes microscopes, life would be a con
tinual nightmare. Water whieli In nil
Qrdiuary appearance Is clear mid pure,
' nueu t'xuminea miner me lenx or
microscope, is often found te be nlive
with horrible forms literally swarming
with bacteria, and ether deadly species
The Importance of pure water Is
greater this summer en account of lust
year's floods, and tlieepen winter which
followed them, than it has bceu for many
years. The breaking out of typhoid fever
1. ut Cumberland, ou the l'oteuuiLyuidclkC-
rX where, as vH tiMdiirnwii enil uvtisirli.Mi
in the death of live persons and the sick
ness of many mere, has been attri
buted te the foulness of the water, and
has turned public attention everywhere
te the means of purifying it. Rolling
alone will net sutllee, although meit of
the bacteria lu ordinary hydrant water
are killed by ten minute's boiling. There
is, however, a tough species which lives
even after an hour's boiling ; and jil,
though the lives of these multitudinous
organisms be destrpyed their dead bodies
remain in the water, and if it stand for
any length of time, are sufficient te
make it foul. It Is nafer te drink water
which has been boiled than that which
has uet, but te muku It perfectly pure
it should be Altered after boiling. The
ordinary (liters which are placed upon
the market must be renewed every
mouth, or they become worse than use
less. T, F. Frankltind recently reports
te the Royal Society of England his ex
periments en the publication of water.
In his paper en flltratlen he says:
" Green and, coke, animal charcoal
and spongy lreu were at llrst successful
in removing all organisms from the
water passlug through them, but after
ena mouth's continuous action this
,w. power was m every case lest. Theini
m arevement still efl'eftiwl iinu..v- i...
; F. 6. Aleugy iron aud coke was very great in-
urcu, wmie me green suuu auU brick
dust were much lens efficient, aud the
number of organisms in tin. u.iu.
.Altered through charcoal was greater
inaa in xue unaltered water," becau&e
U, wtuticu out the germ left by pre.
AU thU, of course, requires time and
trouble, but "an ounce of prevention la
worth a pound of cure" In tab as ia all
thing. It is easier te, bell and Alter
your drinking water than te uunea
a typhoid patient, even if the questlem
were resolved only Inte one of trouble,
lu another column nu inexpensive Alter
la described, which any housewife can
contrive for herself, and which Is said te
be much belter than any of (he expen
sive purifiers new en the market. Let
us have piire water, and with our pure
air mid healthful situation we shall con
tinue te maintain as low n death rate as
any city in the land.
"Ne peace in li.Ji.st.ee" says Uie l'hlla
dclplila JVvt. "Unsettled questions have
no mercy for Uie peace of nations." They
certainly have net. Thus, when the ques
tion of local self governino.it was kept
unsettled in tlie Southern slates by the Re
publican party thore was neither peace nor
prosperity. Hut hs seen as the troops and
cariet-baKRers were withdrawn, jkiace and
prosperity began, nor was it that of France
under the second empire, lu whirl, the
French Republicans felt rentlnually Uie
Iren hand under the. kid gleve of the third
Napeleon. It was simply the natural result
of allowing American citizens te rule them
selves ; the natural consequonco of newly
Inspired hope and of I he energy
which was born with it; the i.ocessary
outcome of the Southerner's Arm belief
In the resources niul cplemlUl fulure of
his motherland. Slnce the settle
ment of this question the growth of South
ern citlns in wcaltji and population
Is one of the most wonderful records of
this wonderful century. The races have
dwelt i-cacefully together ; the whites hare
taxed tlicmselves te support negre schools,
which contain te-day a million black chil
dren; the negrees as well as the whites
have prospered inarvoletisly, and nre. said
te own te-dny millions of dollars worth of
property. Yet llie J'raa, and the party
which it supports, right or wrong, would
onferco upon the Southern poeplo a men
sum which would bring thuin back te the
old days of carpel-bag Iraud and vlelencei
Can a greater iujimticv, can a greater out eut eut
rage upon peace be imi-giiicd llinii this?
Truly thore Is "nopcace In injustice,"
and thore will be no penco he long as any
such measure ns the outrageously unjust
force bill shall be carried out.
Conduits has appropriated $-0,Oee te
make n national park of Ilia bultlo-field of
Clilckantauga. This lmttln Is memorable as
the bloodiest of Uie civil war, the porcont percont porcent
njro of the killed and wounded in proor preor proer
tiou te the number of troops engaged being
larger than Hint of any ether In modern
times. It Is also of especial Interest te tbe
K)ople of Lancaster county, as our TOlh
regiment occupied n plnce in the Union
front and : list of killed and wounded is
a doathless monument te Its valor.
The proposed park Is te be national
In fact as well as lu name.
The K)sltiens of every regiment.
Kedernl and Confederate, uru te be marked,
aud tlmgoveruliig beard consists of four
Northern and four Southern gouerals.
Thus far It is the only Held which both
parlies te Uie great struggle have Joined te
commemorate. Last year Cel, Ilambrlglit
end Mr. 1. S. Geed man succeeded In locat
ing the position occupied by the TOlh; and
the latter, who Is new a cltircu of Chatta
nooga and the managing editer of the
JVcsa of that city, says that the Lancas
trians of Chattanooga have already ruUed
$100 towards erecting a monument upon
KeepliiK Coel lu Uie Orient.
Frem the t'lilladrlrililu I'rcMt Washington
I visited the National museum te-day te
soe the appliances which the poeplo of the
tieples have te keep themselves cool. The
Coreuu Kentlemau has a wickerwerk shirt
which keeps his clothes away from the
hotly, and acts us a sort of ventilator lying
between his abdomen und his gown. He
has wicker culls which run from his wrist
te liia elbow, and which are made of the
II n 03 1 of still' straw. These keep the
sloeves uwuy from the person and the
Coram embassy at Washington Is the
conlestof all legations. It Is from theso
wicker bustles worn eer the belly that
the Coreaus get their reputation of being
such a fat race.
The fun collection of the museum repre
sents all the countries of the Kust. l'.very
Japanese inau and woman carries a fan
und the fans which we get from Japan are
of the cheapest variety. lu Japan the gen gen gen
tlomen usually use IeUIIiik fans and tliey
carry them lu their besoms, under their
cellars, or stuck in their girdle. It is the
ladles who use the Hat fans, and It would
be contrary te etiquette ter a man te up
car en the street with a fan that w euld net
fold up. Japan bus its fan etlquetle and
thore Is us much a lauguage of the fan as a
laiiKUaKO of Mowers.
Au liiiHrtiiul eoelliiK recipe of the far
l-ist Is the bath, and thu het Inith is taken
by the Japanese several tlmesaday. The
hulhliiK lstleib in the public bath rooms
or In the private tub anil no soap is used.
Along the Ounces In India it Is a sacred
duty of the Hindoes te bathe once every
day, uud they can wash away their sins
while they are washing thelr bodies. I
have seen 10,000 bathing at the samotime
at the hoi' bath steps of lSeuares. Tlieie
Is, however, no fun about thu Hindoe bath.
It Is all religion and tbe bather prays dur
lut; the whole time.
1 saw at Delhi, lr one of tlie pilaces of
Shah Jeluin, the man lie made the Pea
cock Throne which cost J.10,0ei),0tHl, a bath
room which costs a fortune, it had room
after ioeiii of marble, aud there were het
pipes and cold fountains, uud It is said that
one of this man's successors, when he sus
pected ene of hi, wives te be unl.iithlul,
was went t j leek her up lu bis bath, turn
en the het water, aud forget all about her.
The result was that shoaweko in Heaven.
Tlie Turks or I'gvpt and of Turkey spent
a Breat part of their time In tlie bath, and
the Turkish bulli Is tee well-known lu the
United States te need description.
The tajiihsef India have get the art of
keeping cool down te a science. One of the
finest cities of the far Kast Is that or Jey Jey
imre. Ills the capital of a liatlve state. All
efits buildings are rose-colored, ami they
wereall built after ene style or architecture.
The pulaee of the rajali is lu vast gardens,
through which rivers of water Hew In mar
bio beds, uud lu which tlie luxuriant How Hew
ersaud trees of the tropics bloom. The
harem of the rajali or Jevpoie leeks out
uK)ii this garden, and its lair ladles are
kept cool by fanning mills turned by baud.
It takes u scere or men te turn the cranks
te kuep these maidens cool, and muii-pewer
has much te de with the rofriKeiaters of
There urn tlinusauitsef foreigners, Ameri
cans, Lnulhili, Herman and French, new
at work lu Asia, and each or tlies.0 does his
bookkeeping under the breeze or tbe
piinkuli.Tlie punkah is u lone;, fan-like strip
of cloth fastened te u beam, which is Iiuiik
by ropes from Uie celling ever the man's
bead. Te the uilddle or this beaui a roie
Is faMcned, and this repe is put through a
pulley and se arranged that a man sitting
out of doers bud puliiugut it w til make the
run go backward and rerth ever the book
keeper's head. The native pulls aw avail
day long, and most rerelgners have such a
ringing put up ever their beds and keep
the breezes blowing in this wav all night.
The houses or the far Kast uie better
adapted te the weather than ours. The
Japanese house is formed of sliding walls
et paper, se made that he can tuke them
out, threw his whole house Inte ene room
or make his hoiuie consist or a reef and a
fleer. Ills Hears are usually aoine distance
above the ground, uud there Is a draught
of air under them. They are ceveicd w ith
matting and are net cluttered up with fur
niture. The question of koenlng cool U largely a
matter efdress. Mr. Ileckhlll, the Ameri
can who pushed his wuy into Thibet last
year, were a Chlnese costume during the
journey, aud he tells me it Is far cooler
than the Amerlcan. All tbe nations of the
Kast dress much better lu tills respect than
we de. The Japauese, during the summer,
has practically nothing but a cotton gown
te cover bin person, uud his legs are bare.
" Ills nosh Is net kelt and flabby, but
hard; he li.a solid little iellew and liU rapid
lini-revi-iiiPiit u a great surjirUe te our frimd.
1 cmnmtnwsl te uw ilellln' Feed w lieu lie u
two dy old," write u mother. If your child
ymefSa?. 'jKJS1." J" aicwy ir
HORItS HACrXQ FOR THE CHURCH.
raraen Arney'a Own Idea About Spert
The horse race arranged by Parson
Arney. Uie eccentric Methodist preacher,
leek place at Karanae, Mich., en Saturday.
They made a holiday In the town. It was
bedecked in honor of tbe great event, even
the saloons closing their front doers as au
evidence of their retrard for the occasion
and the eccentric preacher.
Great crowds llocked In, and the only
thome of conversation was the "trials of
speed, "as Parson Arney pleasantly put
lu The races were te be conducted en
purely religious principles, and fakirs
were counted out.
Parson Arney arose early and conducted
family pravcrs as usual. He returned
thanks for the auspicious weather, ex
pressed the hope thai Heaven might vouch
safe geed results from the day's work, and
then repaired te his stables te soe that he
have done everything that he could te earn
There waa a great gathering at the driv
ing park, and when the parson drove In
with his noted mare he wss greeted with
applause. All the booths sold things for
the benefit of tbe church. The pastor ad
dressed the poeplo, saying the meeting was
called In the Interests of purer races, better
stock and the upbuilding of the spiritual
community, and he hoped that everybody
present would be compelled te say truly it
was geed te be tbere.
Then tbe trotting and running events
came off amid the enthusiastic plaudits of
the throng, and Parson Arney was a here.
Providence favored him, and two of his
Cocea The original, most
A Toilet Luxury.
BOZODONT Is a luxury as well as a ncrrs
slty. I'Uced where It should always be upon
the tellet.lt adorns It, and gratifies the taste
nudstaitci. Hsendneut a delicious erfiime,
and gives pleasure and health te Its uiers.
Detect Ives nnl Private Officers
tTnunllv wenr their bndecs of authority eon-
renlcd under their cloth biff, but Dr. Thmntu'
Oil wears Its badge In tlie form of printed label
ica le encu una every ueuin, no install
may knew Us mission. 11 l Riven full und
complete authority tenrrest allaclies and pains
nod loe Its duty every time. Held In ljiucas
lerby W. T. llech 137 and 139 North Queen
Invested it Dellar nnd Ilenllzed aMIIIIeu.
Drewn and his friend Perkins were talking
" Once I Invested 11.000 In real estate." said
I'crkln, '"nnd doubled It In slxmenthv That
was the best Investment I ever made. Pretty
cowl, wasn't It?"
" 1 n dene b
better than that." said nrewn.
"Twe years sen I was told bvnll niv friends
that 1 was going Inte consumption, and I
thought tliey were right about IL 1 hud a dry,
hacking cough, no apiietltc, my lep came l
fltsnnd ntart, and seemed te de ine nogeoil,
and often there was u dull, heavy pain nu my
chest. 1 knpt growing weaker nd anil weaker
and at lut night sweats set In. I thought it
was nil up with me then. I had consulted two
doctors and had taken quarts of their medicine
nnil received no benefit from U One iluv I Imp
lied te rend something about Pr. Plerces
Uelden Medical Discovery. nod 1 mailn un mi-
mind tivglve It u trial, bull didn't exiwct It
would help me. 1 Invested a dollar Inn bottle
eflt.nndlt helped me from the llrst dose. 11
helped and It eared me, and when 1 compare
my present geed health with the miserable
health of two ears aie I think I nm safe In
saj lug Unit my Investment was a much better
one than yours. Yeu can't reckon health by
nnymeasuru of dollars mid cents; If you could
I should sny that I had reallred at least a mil
lion from my II.KJ Investment." The "Uelden
Medical Discovery " Is guaranteed te bene ML or
euro nil diseases for which Ills recommended or
money paid for It will be refunded. M.TuA w
"Completely prostrated Ter days with Indi
gestion and billens rover. The eflcets or two
bottles of lltmlnrk llUwil Jlittera astonished met
right err." Mr. Neah
old lu Lancaster by W.
Hales. Klmlrn.N. Y. Hei
T. llech, i:(7aud 130 North Queen street.
1H KINOEIl NA1KS CAMKOFt.
Fer a year I was mulcted with n hnrrlhln
case of tdoed poison, and upwards of tlve
mouths of that time I whs unable te de work of
any kind. My linger nails came en anil my
lialr (Implied out, lenvlng my heiul us clean
and smooth us If It had been shaved. 1 con
sulted the best local physicians, nnd spent hun
dreds nrdellnrH Ter iiiciIIcIikm of dlllerent kinds,
but without receiving the slightest benclll. I
was advised Iliially te visit Het Hiirtngs. This
1 did, but becoming disgusted with the treat
ment I was receiving there, commenced taking
HvvlfVs Hocllle (H. H. H ) The cfleel that 8. H. H.
had en me wits truly wonderful. I commenced
torcceveruOer taking the llrst bottle, and by
the time J hud taken twelve bottles 1 was en
tirely cuicd-curcd by Hwirt's Hpeeltle (H. H. H.)
when Uie world-rchewned Het Hprlngs bail
failed. VM. H. I.OOMIM,
FOUlt YKAIIH ON CHUTCIIISM.
Ferflfteen years 1 was ullllcted with rhcuinn
tlsm, four years of which I was compelled toge
en crutches. Words are Inadequate te express
thnsullerlngs I endured during that time. Dur
ing these fifteen years et existence (It was net
living), 1 tried every known remedy without
receiving any benetlf. I finally began en Hwlft's
BpeclftevH.H.H.), wlilcli from the llrst gave me
relief, and te-day I am enjoying the best of
health, and am it well man. 1 candidly be
lieve that H.H.H. Is the best bleed purifier en
thu murket te-day.
J. I). TAYLOR, Cuba, Me.
Treatise, en Dloed and Hlln Diseases mailed
free. HW'I IT Hl'lX'I F1C CO.,
(S) Vtlanta 'la.
TTAN JIOUTEN'H COCOA.
THKOKEAT COCOA OF KUItOI'K,
THKCOMINO ONK OF AMICUICA.
J1ADU 11Y HrKCIAlirHOCLSS-TIIKUhl'.
Cocea Is of biiprcmc importaiice as an
urtlcluef diet. Van lleuteu's litis Jiffy
per cent, mere flesh forming properties
than exist in the best of ether cocoas.
" Best and Gees Farthest."
The tissue of the cocoa beau is mi soft
ened as te lender It easy of digestion,
and, nl the stiiiic time, the ntenm Is
O-VAN HOUTUN'8 COCOA (' once tried,
always used") Is thu Original. Fare, .Soluble
Cece I, Invented, patented und madu lu Hol Hel
land, and Is te-day better uud mere mlublt than
any of the mere numerous Imitations. In fact,
a comparative test will easily prove that
i efirr Cocea equals this nrcHer'j lu solubil
ity, ugreeable taste uud nutritive qualities.
' Lnrcust sale lu the world." Ask for VAN
HOUTKN'S and tnke nu ether. (l)
NCO CIIi:VlNU TOIIACCe-
This Htaudard llmnd of I'lug Tobacco Is ac
knowledged te lie the best chew and Hie largest
piece for the money lu the market. Vincedn
tag nu mch lump. Its extensive kale formally
years has (ktubllthed IU reputation. There Is
nethlug better. Try II. Fer wtle by dealer and
., . .An enyrgette jeung muu Is wanted te
Ukec harp or u Grocery btore lu this city. A
geed busTneiui stand at it deslruble location U
T5i?A7?iSTuk,,SS.,,artsr- A "UHU a,neul
Fer furlher lutrtleulars call ut
l'KNN'A KMI'Un M KNT nUHEAU.
, Ne, 12 beutu Duke street.
9anmker'. s t
1'itlLAbSi.ratA, Menday, July 28. im.
Closed Saturdays at I P. M.
If you shave a Star Safety
Razor should be in the outing
kit. Safe, sure, simple.
4 blades, $1.25 te $5.50.
Neat traveling case
brush, comb, soap, $5.
Fountain Pens $1 te $6.
Leng counters leaded
ether thincs " worth
weight in geld," when you're in
The dashingest cloth Yacht
ing Cap for women is 75c ;
jaunty Outing Caps of various
cuts, 50 and 75c.
Women's Reefers, perfect
fitting and natty as need be,
$5 and $6. The Cheviot
Shirts that fit in se nicely with
a woman's romp rig are $1.25.
Or, if you please, the laundered
Percale Shirts, just as easy, just
as sightly, and also $1.25.
Women's Blazers, $2.75 te
Women's Yachting Shoes,
rubber soles, $2 te $3.50.
Men's and boys', of course.
And all the ether tramp and
UltTHK BEST HOT AIH FUKNACK IN
tlie market, ni LnJflMN I1KHT xa Kut
niten street. m7-tfd
OAltKY IN HTOCK-liKST CIIAItCOAL,
Hammered liar iron, Deuble Helloed Iren,
lurdcn'R Klvct Iren, ItlvetK, Het and Celd
Heller Iren, Hteel, Hheet Iren a-l toNe. 10, at
JOHN 1IEMTH. all Kant Fulteu mreet. tn7-tfd
A OENCY FOIl CALLAHAN A COS CK
,V tneut te take the place or Hed lad. In
bulk It makes tlve times the quantity of red
lead aud In far superior In making uteain Joint,
pecking man and hand hole plates en boilers,
Ae,, Ac, 1'rlee IM eenU per iieund, at JOHN
llKSrH.asi Eat Fulton htreet. m7-tfd
if Cnr FKKT OF 1'II'K, FHOM M
ttJfJJJ Inch te G Inch diameter, for
Hale at a low figure, and the only heiisnln the
city with a pipe cutting machine, cutting unto
Inch diameter, at JOHN 11 EOT H,3J3Kat Ful Ful
ten iitri-et. in"-trd
SAW M1LLH, 11A11K MILLS, COH MILLS,
leather Hellem, Tun Packers, Triple Herse
I'ewers. Milling and Mining .Machinery, at
JOHN HrT'H,& East Fulton wtreeU m7-lfd
EOH IIOLTH, LAO 8CIIKWH, HETHCHEWH,
Kfiuamand Hexagon Nut, these goods In
Hteck, ut JOHN BEHTS. xa Kant Fulton street.
rilANKHFOIl WATEU.OILS, ACID OH UA8
X. of any shape or capacity, at fair prices, go
iTTmitu iH-uit'(i -:. ..,';rj.:.."". :"-'.
... iiuu.i uuii.ah jyibif uiieu streci,
IF IN WANT OF IIKAK8 OR IKON STOP
Cocks, AMicstes Packed Cocks, l'ct and lllb
Cocks, Ixiver Cocks, Swing Joints, call and gel
them, or send your order by mall, te JOHN
BEbT, It'CI East Fulton street. m7-tfd
T7IOH PIIATP 4 CADY AHHESTOH 1)180
1J Valves, Jenkins Valves.Hruss Oiebe Valves,
Brass Uate Valves, Iren Bedy Glebe Valves,
Iicvcrwafety Valves, l'ep Hafety Valves, Air
Valves, ltudiater Valves, l'ratt's Hwlnglng
Check Valves, llntss Check Vulvcs.Foet Valves
Angle Valves, call at JOHN BEMT'H, 333 Eas
Fulteu Street. m7-tfd
-THOU l'ULLEYH, HHAFTINQ, COLLAItS,
JJ.Hahgers. Clemp Bexes, Couplings, etc., go
le JOHN BEST. SCI East Fulton street utfdfd
-1710H MTKAM OAUOIiS, IIKJII OH IA1W
A) Pressure, Water (lunges, (lange Cooks,
vjed Wheels or Weighted, tlluss Tubes,
Whittles, Nyphens for Htciim Uiiuget, Cylinder
Oilers Plain, Water Gauge Columns, Cocks for
Ktenni Gauges, cull en JOHN BEST, 33.1 East
Fulton street. m7-tfd
OH CAST IKON 1'11'E FITTINGS, BOTH
iilalu und rcduclnc. un tn rblnpii iiininiAp
ilalleablu Fltttlltrs. Khintrea. Plnlinn llnlnti.'
Hl....,r..l.l.. A. 1, (,..!?..... m..i ? ii . '
Hangers, Fleer and Celling Plates, go te JOHN
BENT'S, 3X1 East Fulteu street. m7-lfd
luiuiuiu., 4iiiciicii uiiiuus. auue mippfiris,
iriHTK COTTON WAHTK, COPl'ED BY
V thepeuud, lOe: In let of lOiioundser
ever. He. All goods delivered tenuv liart of the
otlyFrce. Cull en JOHN BEST, Ne. 3:1.1 East
r niten street. in"-td
i20l,0 BHON.E, LiqiHDS AND MIXING
VJC fur steam work, at JOHN BEST'S, ZU jyui
r ulten street. in7-tfd
TEAM xifiAT IS THECO.mTnTi HEATFOH
dwellings, churches, hchoel houses, etc.,
though successfully umxI ene hundred years
age. When you contemplate a change call en
JOHN BEST, who will glve you it satUfaclery
Jeb, at u fill r price. m7-tld
FOIt UOILEItH, 1101UZONTAL, TAHULAn,
Vertical, Portable. Cylinder, Marine, of
utiy kite or power, of the best material und
workmanship, go te JOHN BEST, 333 East Ful
ton street. m7-tfd
ITIOIt HOIHZONTAL STATIONAKY EN-
gihes, froiniitebUUorko-power, und Verti
cal Engluesrrem 21et0 heie-pnvv er. you will
tludtliein at JOHN IIEMTS, 4.13 Kul Fulteu
3 Lubricators, Gluu.eil Cups for Bearings,
eiicaugct them at JOHN BUST'S, 3-tt I-is
Fulteu street. m7-tfd
Fine Wrenches. l'liHiiinil Mimkev Wmm.)!
tt...wi.-... L-,.-.. v.i ...:.: .-: : ...:-..'
..fiiiuiutii, riici., ji V.1IIIH, eic
BEST, ::l East Fulteu utreet.
PUMIW, 110ILE1US, MINING, CKNTHIFU
gal and Steam Pumps, el any capacity, at
JOHN IHOT-M. 33;i East Fulton strceU m7-lfd
15 A 1)1 ATOItS," OFAN"V MAlii-i Ult ltJ
It sign, can lie luriilMicdulrcusuhahlungurcs.
by JOHN BEST. Si.1 East Fulton street. in7-tf J
FOIt CASTINGS, IltON Olt IIUAbS, LIGHT
or heavy, nt short notice, go le JOHN
11IOT.XH East Fulton street. m7-tfd
F YOU WANT A FIHST-CLAMS 1-OHTABLE
l.uglue and Belter, m wheels, cheap, its the
.iu,i,i pitnnuiin, u 1IUI IH. ,'l,H IT, PI,J, O
horse-pevvyr, Mia ; 10 horse-iew er, J575; 15 horse-
power, WJ; a) horse-power, J1.175, call at JOHN
nr.m n, a.u jasv Hilten meet. i
PAKTICULAU ATTENTION l'AII) 'H)
Mcslel Making, Patterns, Drawings and
Blue Prints, at prices reasonable, lit JOHN
HIRSTS. SB East Fulton street. iu7-tfd
CHEAT IMPHOVEMKNT TO OLD Oil
ICALCOMfANY LAWN ENItlCHElt.
NEW WINDSOR TIES,
FOB BOYS AND MEN,
NO. WEST KING ST.
I TUBE BUICKS, FIltE CLA, AT lW
! Ilgurcn, go te JOHN BEST, 333 utst Fulton
NEW DRESS SCARFS.
The New Pension Bill Just lusscil entitles all
Soldiers, Widows, Miner Chlldieii and Depen
dent Parents leu pension. 1 will attend te all
applications placed In my liuuda preuiplly. I
have had reiir'ytun' eiH'rlence In the pension
entice ut Wakhlnglen, D. C
,u .... . SILAS W.SHIHK.
JCiKJind 19 North Duke St., Lanciihter, Pa.
A T Till: BlILETf CAllItlAGE
. ..:vlmu,, "EL AIH, Mil.
WANTED Between August 1 undUepteiu
ber I, twenty I'JJl Carriage Makers, reutining
of Bedymukers. Carrtagekinlths uud Fliitthers,
I'alntersnnd Trimmers; none but these who
have famine and want steady work need
apply. Geed houses can be obtained at low
rents ; convenient te factory. An excellent op
portunity will be given apprentices te learn
trades lu the dlllerent depnrlmenU. Girls
can get employment In trimming department.
Capacity of works, 3,tMJ vehicles per year.
MUST BE SOLD
MAKE ROOM FOR FALL STOGI,
Slippers md Oxford Ties,
AND 30 EAST KINO HTIIF.ET,
Less Than Half Price.
NOS. 2S AND 30 EAST KING HTItEET.
AHOAINS IN SHOES 1 CUT PRICKS I
Ladles' K Shoes reduced te $3.50.
Ladle' U Shee reduced te ri50.
Lad leu' S3 Hheca reduced te 12.
Ladles' r: Shee reduced te ILSO.
Children' K.00 Bheen reduced te 110.
Cblldrcu'a ti.7."Mliec reduced te f 1.25.
Children's ll.'e Shoes reduced te 11.00.
Children's f 1.00 Shoes reduced te 75c,
Beys' 11.75 Shoes reduced te 11.25.
Beys' 13.00 Shoes reduced te 12.00.
Men's $8.00 Shoes reduced te 15.00.
Men's 15.00 Shoes reduced te 11.00.
MIbsch' f 1.00 aud K.flO Shoes reduced te (3.00.
Misses' 13.00 and 12.50 Shoes reduced te 12.00.
You're familiar with our repute for selling
excellent makes of Shee. The shoes put In
this Cut-Price Sale arc net an exception te the
rule. They are net the usual rag, tag and bob
tail grade, that are gotten together for a big
advertising hurrah, but geed kinds every one
an unuKuel bargain at Its price. Ask te see
First ceme will be best served. Shoes te til
nil kinds of feet If net of one kind, we'll find
SHAUB & BURNS,
14 North Quekn Street, Lancas
UMHEB SHOES 1
I have one of the Largest Lines of Men's, La
dle', Mtsies', Beys' and YeulhV Tennis Ox
fords lu the city.
Men's Brown Checkered Tennis Oxfords, 10c.
Bey's " " " ' 4le.
Ladles' " " " " lie.
Mls.es" " " " " :wc.
Youths' " " " ' 39c.
.Men's Scceud Grade Light Tenuis Oxford?, 00c.
Bey's " " " " 55c.
ladies' " " " " 65c.
Misses' " " " " 50c
Youths' " " " " tee.
Men's Best Grade Latest Light StrlHi Ox., Jl 00
Bey's ' " " " !5e.
Ladles' " " " " i5e,
Men's BestGradeTennls Bills. In Light Check
and Solid Brown, Jl 60.
I have also a Large Line of Men's, Bey's, La
dles' and Misses' Canvas Tennis Oxfords, with
Rubber Seles, having Leather Seles between
the Rubber Seles und Inseles, at l 00, f 1 25, f 1 50
nnd $2 00.
See Large Display in East
The One-Price Gash Heuse,
Ohas. H. Frey,
(Successor te FREY 4 ECKE1VT) the Leader el
Lew Prices In
BOOTS AND SHOES,
NOS. 3 & 5 EAST KINO STREET,
43-Stere Closed Every Evening at 0 o'clock
UxccutMetiduy and Saturday.
lOR YOUR INTEREST.
A Fine LighTFur Stiff Hat
Fermer price, UM.
but New Goods.
Ne old stock,
In STRAW GOODS ever offered. TRUNKS
and TRAVELING BAGS Very Lew.
Stauffer & Ce.,
Nes. 31 and 33 North Queen Street,
T UTHER H. KAUFKMAN,
Second Fleer Eshleman
ulldlng, Ne, 41
It. NATHORST, 'DENTIST.
J) CENTRE SUUARE.
Illlni Teeth and lalnless Extraction Sno-
claltles. New Sets made, broken ones minded
and remodeled. Teeth Inserted without plates.
and pivoted, etc. ves, everytuing ieriaiuing
te Deutlktry will recclve prompt attention, nt
very Moderate Terms. Remember that l)r.
Nalherstls the ONLY Dentist In Ibis county
who Is a graduate of Medicine as well us of Den
tistry, uu advantage that Is obvious.
T- UMBER AND COAU
J TOBACCO SHOOKS AND CASKS. WEST
ERN HARD WOODS. Wholesale and Retail,
by B. B. MARTIN A CO.,
nS-Iyd 124 Water Street. Lancaster, l's.
OFricis Ne. 129 North QueeuStrvet, aud Ne.
561 North Prince street.
Yabw North Prluee Street, near Reading
ftUgtt-WO LANCASTER, PA.
Net a Meck Auction,
Mid-Summer Cut Pric
rAIHIOMABLB AHD BXUABLX OO0DI.
AT REDUCED PRICES.
112.00 Men's Hutu cut te 110.00.
f 11.00 Men's Hulls cut te I1Z0O.
116.00 Men's Suits cut te 1U.O).
4M Beys' MulU cut te t 3-60.
t 5.00 Beys' HulU cut le t 4.00.
aoe Beys' Halts cut te f 5.00.
7 JO Beys' HulU cut te f 8.50.
Men's Rummer Coats, 50c, 65c, 75c and tl.
Men's Hummer CenU and VesU,ti,'fl.25, II JO.
11.75 and ti
Men's Flannel nnd Mohair Coats and VesU,
12.75, t3, 13.50, H and $5.
Ijiwn Tennis I'anls. 12-W.
Clerical Coats, In Alpaca and Drap de Ete.
Walter Jackets In Alpaca and White Duck.
AT REDUCED PRICES.
S 5.G0 Dark HulU cut te M.50.
0.00 Dark HulU cut te H.0O.
110.00 Dark HulU cut te te.00.
8.00 Dark HalU cut te 15.00.
f 0.00 Dark HulU cut te 16.00.
15.00 K lit SulU cut te H.50.
16.00 KIR HulU cut te UM.
13.50 Kilt SulU cut te 12.60.
1.1.09 KlltSults CUtteCiOO.
M.00 KlltSults cut tn U.W.
K.60 Kilt SulU cut te f 1.75.
Ladies' Wraps and Jackets
AT REDUCED PRICES.
I14.ne Embroidered Wrap cut te 112.
til Black Worsted Jackets cut te 112,
(13 Black Worsted Jackets cut le SI I.
0.00 Light Cleth .luckets cut te f5.
10.50 Light Cleth Jackets cut te S5.
t U.OO Light Cleth Jacket cut te te.
I 8.50 Light Cleth Jackets cut te 15.
110 Embroidered Silk Capes cut le $8.
Ill Silk Lace Mantles cut te f 11.
AT REDUCED PRICES.
75c. Black Net, 48 Inches wide, cut te 50c.
11.25 Black Net, 4S Inches wide, cut le J 1. 00.
II.'jO Black Net, 4S Inches wide, cut te tl.25.
13 00 Black Nct,48 Inches wide, cut te 11.75.
12.50 Black Net. 48 Inches wide, cut te 12.25.
11.00 Embroidered Cups cut te 60c.
tl.25 Embroidered Caps cut te 11.00.
I1.3S Embroidered Caps cut te S1.00.
00e Mull Hats and BenneU cut te 60c.
11.00 Mull Hats and BenneU cut te 75c.
11.25 Mull HaU and BenneU cut te $1.00.
11.75 Mall Hats and BenneU cut te tl.25.
12.00 Mall Hats and BonneU cut te 11.25.
AT REDUCED PRICES.
12.00 Flannel Shirts cut te $1.50.
83.25 Flannel Shirts cut te $2.00.
S3 00 Flannel HhlrU cut le $.'.(.
81.00 Flannel Shirts cut te SAM.
tl.CO Flannel shirts cut totl.ue.
tlStlkShlrtscut te $3.60.
SI Whlte Pongee Shirts cut te $3.50.
$(l White 1'ongee Shirts cut te $5.50.
17 Black Pongee Shirts cut te $5.60.
60c Silk Neckwear cut te 25c
25c German Linen Cellars cut te 13c.
Silk Neckwear, 10c.
Flue Silk Finished Suspenders, 25c.
AT REDUCED PRICESr
Special Remnant Sale will commence en Fri
day next and continue several dny.i. Among
the Remnants en will dud Dress Ulnghams,
Outing Cleths, Challles and India Pongees.
They will be found all en ene counter, where
our patrons can make their selections. The
C rices arc In plain llgurcsand are about HALF
AT REDUCED PRICES.
Three-quarter Inch three-ply, fully guaran
teed, at the fellow lug prices per foet:
12c Wire Wound Hese, 10c.
lie Wire Wound Hese, lie.
Ibc Wire Wound lles,c, 15c.
Gent's Straw Hats
AT REDUCED 1UICH8.
$3.00 Light StUT Huts cut te $2.50.
KM Light Stlir Hats cut te $2.00.
Straw lints curried ever at 10a and 15eeach.
A Special DUceunt of 10 er cent, allowed en
all Straw Huts, regardless or former reductions
uud low prices.
Trunks and Traveling Bags.
The Best Qualities ut the Lewest Prices.
Fifty per cent, less than cast Is the murk en u
limited quantity of Odd Sizes lu Traveling
BOOTS AND SHOES
AT REDUCED PRICES.
tl50 Optra Tee Turned cut te $.1.00.
$1.8) Hanaro Toe Welts cut te 13.60.
$5.0 Dongola Waukenphust Tipped cut te $4.
$1.80 Opera Tee Turned, 1 and lS.eutteJJ.50.
$i.890pcra Tee Turned cut te $3.
UM Richmond Toe Tinned cut te$3.
$3 Dongola tv Mia re Teecut te $2.60.
t.' 5i) Opera Toe Tip cut te $2.
$2.50 Mlisc' Spring Heel cut te $1.50.
$1.8!) Patent leather Vamps cut te f 1 V5.
$1.75 Child's Spring 1 1 eel cut let 1X0.
II Mlw' KldOju'ra Slipa.'rs eutle7.V,
$1.21 Ladles' Dongola Sllpers cut te 75c.
32-38 East King Street,
Williamson d Fester,
NO. 813 MARKET ST., UAURISUUKU, PA
B'raoTsate its firtat Klac qtujUmd
a of PunUur. arevcr) TcSJEaJi 1
mmrTsf vii kiiu rxHniw ear nei
ftMMR H WniiP.IXHKiuii Kill
General Fareisliig Under
NO. 20 SOUTH QUEEN 8TRE1
..Resldence-JNO. J. WATSON, Na $1
RccMeBee-M. K. HERB, Ne. 430 Beeth t
mwc mnuca 1mee.) jy
WHY PAY MORE ELSE! I
OUR PRICES ARE LOWEST FOR Rl
49-Let us prove It te you.-M
Ochs & Gibl
Manufacturers and Dealers,
(2d, 3d A 4th Fleer.) Ne. 31 SOUTH Ql
EWHSH'H FURNITURE DEPOT.
We have a line of Settees, Chairs and Re
that will stand the rain and sun, nnd we
in ciose inein euu neuees, vi m; were
Rockers nnd Chairs, $1 50 ; were $2 25 nnc
A lew l'ercn ueckcrs at ll 00.
We also give pergenal attention te Undl
lng. Day or Night Calle.
The Best and
Approved Methods Used.
27 & 29 Sonth Queen Street
HE OLD CORNER.
Kxclalmed the Immortal Grethe; and
Just what we are having
East Kingand Duke S
With the new French Plate Olass Frent
want te let in all the llht possible e
Methods of Business.
EAST KINTI AND UUKK8TS.
ATLANTIC CITY. N, J.
Ocean End Dclavv are A ve. New Open. I
JuneI0-2md JONAH WOOTTON.I
rl ATI. A N 1'IC CITY. N.J.
New. Modern. First-Class. Complete. Pj
avenue, between New Yerk and Tennl
avenues. AecuiuiueduteSOO I
aprSl-lind JOSEPH S. DAVl
Cor. Arkansas and Pacific A ves., ATLAS
CITY. N.J. 1
New Heuse. Modern improvements. El
ter. Electric Bells. Terms moderate. 1
Junc2-2iud -M its, 11. OSBOItt
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Enlarged I Remodeled ! - RefurnUl
Brophy's Orchestra from June le OctJ
Flnel v unnelnted Cafn and Billiard Roem. I
Coaches te and trem depots nnd te beach I
Inn. hiithlni. hfiliPM. flnctiull tlinYi:ir. I
Junell-2md CHARLES McULAll
A TLANTIC CITY.
Pacific Avenue, near Illinois, Atlantic CI I
Newaiid FlrsUClnkK. Steam Heat: Call U
Twe minutes wnlk from beach. $2.50 and I
iwrdny. NOW OPEN. . I
lulO-imd MBS. ANNIE QRUI1
SITUATED ON TII K BEACH, NORTH C
mytMmd K. ROBERTS A 80
The Best Wrought lreu In the Market.
WITH 1IRIC1C LINED FIRECIIAMBE
Ovenenies the acknowledged objection te
exposed cast pet lurnuce, luiiniuin; as inn
ter docs threuifh Hie pores of the metal
moHtdancereusL'Hses. This statement Isnm
substantiated by the highest French. Gen
and English Kcleutlsts, and continued by
Derby, l'nif. J, It. Nichols. Dr. Frank, i
ether aiitherltie-4 In our own country. It n
, t... .?.!... ,(. ........ ....i.c..il lli... I.
UUt4IUIifl iiiv(iiiii, ti.it-w Bi.vi, ma, it
beenproved by exhaustive experiments t
until ler service. The best quullty-rf plate I
only shall lie used, and II Is of Hits mate
Unit the radiator el the HoMen lliutcr Is (
The unparalleled success ofthe Bosten Hci
has supplied us with a most liberal nunibe
n-sinneninis.iinu lera lull aescrlptleu we
nappy i iiiriusii uu application,
FOB bAt.B 11 V
J. P. SCHKU7V
NO. 21 SOUTH QUEEN ST.
STORM KING (2161.
Sired by Hanny Medium, sire ef50 perform I
from 2:14J te 2: A Dam Topsy Tayler by A1J
nulls' m vii iiiiimi mnv ui uui u, axaazt vi-i v-a n
Terms for Hprinc season of 1SW, $V) for n fcl
Eer tabulated iieaigiee anil ether Inrennalli
Perch and Lawn Ge
address DANIEL U. tftlLK.
uprl2-4jcd4w Marietta, 1
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