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rMnaHMt,Mi no one bmupekmi
II mm , M time .ter aera ptignm
MtMWtMwbiit telling nstt me
Md ew of the member. v J
you hen In the old days T" asked
r, ronerable In experience tuid ripe
me einer memiwr wiu uenus
v'3linyett hmre ltred.ln vain. I reckon
vtm,iateiw Jehn RltehleT .Ten uian-i
-MOT Frank Cunningham, because, he la
'-- in lilm ha li dead tfaese many
ItReble and Cunningham and two
Mntlier ironies were, treat flsbera.
I It government iuer was their resort,
:ttte name or me ann ww me ueur
M Uwt baited meir hooks, cast mom
Mm 'beaded waters, hunic their legs
the pier, and until nothing, but just
utA. enlv occasionally.
-OM morning, as the old crowd took Its
jMaMen tne pier, oenn micnie sua :
- v7 The man who catches the fewest fish
':"pys the breakfast for the party.
f'Thc beya agreed te this, Frank Cnn
amkanm coming into the com pact "sew e-;-iWkA
ntlunlantlv. Vaiire Frank wastieta
I M Ifcfcft I A a a
, H HTkuavui Inns alllMllw. and then It
Craa, broken by Frank Cunningham, who
.aaeuiea -iwa- i nai niuu u
Ijluilul (Wn nen.1, ThOV tvnran't 111UC1I
tVbUBrerthan minnows, but that made no
e-'Wcainerence. aeiuiiisj um uv ; "
i','.i i, tint ilmn l'rniiv niinnlfiirliain
grasped the air with his shout of triumph
Litnlm mtuhln hail nnn iwireli bv his slue.
Ft:.Whll Frank Cunningham was baiting Ills
rt'hoek, Htlchln put his perch back en his
v hook, cast it Inte the water, and alter tug-
,VA King at the line n moment, he Jorked the
;L- Lmniinli lntn llinnlr. took it otfthehook.
KSt mnA tlinutml 'Twe ninl - That meant
X he had as many as Cunnlneham. Then he
W Itnnt Iris eve en Cunningham until Ciin.
IfeVkad turned bis back. Kclf.lnfc the same
& perch again and, putting It en his hook, he
r Ov caat li into ine ibke ninmi imtiuu m um
; line and again he threw the gllstcnliiK
r beautr into the air. roleased it anil sheuted
andija sinker bobbed Just a trllle. llltelile
-a iisinrniLcnpu nisiiorciiie u is hook, miie'iii
?5wj line into the water and waited. Iliroe
! 5, minutes naased. and again the peer llitle
fi -perch va" snatched back from the wnters,
n't rang out, clear and triumphant, Four! '
v$r "Net te worry you with tee long a flsh
rtVf etery at this season or llie year, rer we nre
t tien, Bltchle had kept thlHupiintiUie hud
9$ counted It eleven times. Foer Cunning
PJSb bam never raised morn than his two.
tqf '"'"But he paid for the breakfast like a
t-t.V man, anu, uiiiiu yuu, ii. nius m, nmuii mm,
jf that a breakfast for snob a party us that
't coat. Rltohlecouldoalalbruakriistlilin-
: -C AAlfat tlinMlniA inn.ttmMinii.tu'iiafil'lll'
l'S ami Frank Cuntitucham was tnlkltiir about
I'M bis peer supreNS as u ilsherinan, Buying
OL. 4I.b1 I.m nAi.lil niti.lt rnmM mi laml llind lin
S'oeuld en water-whlch Raying we all mi mi mi
K'swderstoed Jehn Rltchle told lilm that there
', (j,iwen poorer nsnorraeu man lie, anu i rnnii
iaaldT he didn't knew about that. Then
; 'i-.Jehn told blm that be had counted one
WAr perch eleven tlmes. But CunnltiKhatn
-t nVAr wAni nnt en inn nnr acrnin-Ln iinii."
ivr . "
Vi m i
'1 'S? "Wife Murder nnd Suicide.
l ' Tn a little leg cabin en the Cumberland
county aide of the North mountain, eight
.nuies nenneaai m xiiecunnicnuurK, iivihi
VJeremian Miner, nis wire anu nine cmici
'fittm. the eldest 17 vears of ace. the vouncest
I 'two-months' old Infant. Mrs. Miller is
and her husband vers jealous. On
eadav Airs. Miller was In the village of
;uamn um with some imcii pine, nmt en
t-ber return a tlorce e,uarrel raged. Her
JhMband en Wednesday reuuwed the
vi He picked up a double-barrellod mu7zle
leading gun and at a distance of only a few
'discharged a heavy lead of buckshot Inte
.tfca left ureast of his wlfe, who at the lime
,. waa .nursing her infant. Miller rushed
'from the cabin te the front fonce, which he
"Jamaed acatnst. and pointed the muule of
the 'gun te bis stomach, liy the uld of a
-twlclie sent the remaining lead of shot
vlnte his stomach and died iustantlv.
fe;X,yl tragedy was wltnessed by the nine
k- ' SHuraren. xueugu me siioeiihk orcurreii
kj at 9 o'clock no one appeared until neon
FlffhlB. I7n,lnrtjflrnr KtMllfrnr. fTniiMiililrt
v';lBarna. and Dr. Heckert fennd that
. i-atrs. junior was raiauy wounaeu. i no
laul litnn li.tfinnt linrtinn Vrtrvcrnm! rnntitn.
fcJttleft. whllsthls wife has been the lnnlnstiiv
p.tvtPf.the.Xiuilly mid a woman whom the
,neiguuer8iiay uasan uniartusueu roputu reputu
Przh , Xlie Spiritual Conferenoe.
K.''P The spiritual conference te coiiveno ou
mje ceuege campus, nere,uu me evuiuiig 01
Ausnat titb, will boeponed withndisuourse
g MTbe Ideal Minister or the Qespel, or the
y Student, the 1'reacher and the Foster. each
..,.' in tueuue proportion. ioiiewing la ttie
, JTJrogramine for the subseriuent meutlnga:
g cA paper en "The Inleriiiodlate State in
tf Sjlt Relation te Salvation," by ltev. Dr. J.
4 .AS. .fcllldl. XIIV X&1S1UIIU yilll Ul IIIU
. Kew Testament Scriptures," by itev. Dr.
t . a. u. jvina, " j.uu liuiut'iiuu ui 1110 v,nri-
,'itoleglcal Prlncliileeu the Doctrines of fled,
ffofMan,audef Grace," by He v. Dr. Win.
ktptupp." "The Kerormatlen In the Light
fe- vef the Nineteenth Century," by Hev. Dr.
U 'H. Bust. "TbeltounleuorChrlstondoiii."
p'y Hev. S. N. Callender. "On What
V$f3rreund Can the Hofermoil Church
Mail, lyeniiuue Jts uiuiui 10 Hoim Heim
iate Exlstonee?" bv Hev. Dr. If. V.
'flBeper. "The New Hlrth," by Hev. C. 8.
LJ.ra4AM.imf lll'il.Mh Wi.vl f.t. Ilin 1 ll...
rv.M.u. VfUU.M HIHR IUI IMH 4.4II,,
J-What should it be and hew can it be so se
ired." bv Kev. D. B. Ladv. Illble studv
v Epbeslans, at 8:30 o'clock In the inoru ineru
5 leg, conducted by Hev. Dr. William C.
'. Schatfer. KvrnlliL-ilnvntifiliH at 4 o'elnck.
-Vat Which seme brother will deliver nn nd-
..UArjL T.fttit. vnnr thnt-A wnm nrnHitut 119
Vnlnisters of tiie Hofermod church.
, l-jf The KtulTSeId Fer Feed In .Turney.
t? Rttn I), rp rmiiriluulniini- Win lr
t'Kewten, of New Jersoy, has IhsiiihI
vBis annuat reiorieii loeu products or me
;mu. no says mat out 01 -z,wi nam
plea of various kinds of feed pur
chased in stores and markets in the
, atate 1,078 were found te be adulterated.
Bologna fcausagn was the most mtsceptl
kble of adulteration. Twelve sauiDles.
irehased In stores In Jersey City, wure
inaiouave neon neiicti in u coloring
a pound. This gave thein a brown color.
y had afterwurd been coated with a
ymipeuiul nrstiellac, resin, oil and
- ue report warns tnu poejilo net
lit chejp jellies. Met of thein
Fdrwtarcli, vater, acetic acid, cur-
averlng, extr.ict gloceso nnd bad
TtetlS The Itusbluif,' CiiHti.
s-An prepert'nl," A- ' Dennelly te-day deel-
,-;, tUC UObl "'"" " u,",v," """ "levjiuuny
fS Europe aEalnst '-,0 t-even Hussluns, noted
;Wn,.nn"Te,",",u,J'tB,l "" -"lenuay. no
-!$ P,w-bat a prima facia case has been
f1 ,"v"h, and they are given the option of
.,wi' tUe costs or going te Jail. They
BfeT" alentfisult their uttiirnnv Imrore (lmv
Bi.t . : ----- -. .. j
tH7,uuu aioncluslen what action they will
A pause of
Kfef Irclut. .
il90Xfir bei "V "tnuay rurty.
S f - Hrty " twenty couples, under the
R-aaaaersuip 01 jeuu -Mcuewell and Miss
-4NsIe Brown, last evening surprised Sam.
J5SFV wnyder, at bis reslUcnce, 183 Concord
Kly. Mr. smyucr was probeutod with a
JfWOdseme guitar, the occasion being his
jKh birtuuay. Dancing was the erder or
the evening. Trewltz's full erchebtra fur-
ulshed the intixlu.
& Wesley Steiger nnd Henry Brown, of
.Qoncstega township, had a fall out en
f, Wednesday. Stclger prosecuted Brown
i vfer assault and battery at Alderman Barr's.
jwewn gave ball unci ontered a charge of
aurety of the peace, against Steiger before
ttw same magistrate
Vbllig the New lteutc.
M .ffiJ11 new aT route en Se-.'.tU Queen street
tgeuier ine tirst time te-day. Car
i2Se,tue rtrst trip, arriving at Fcnn
uare al 11 o'clock. That part of the
M en rieutu llukc and Kast vine
fill be abandoned.
rM ...i, xruui um rj it Aicaill.
' fMerge Francis Tram uas wade arrauge-
UMUl mwlf 1. Itiu T.j.iima T tlnv tn m.I. .
nut te beat the record for a trln around
i world. He will leave Toceina. AuirtiHt
, m tbe steamship China, and calculates
Mt b nan makefile circuit of the elebe In
-rAn.TJKK r jatak'ji imck caer.
TerHhle salrerinc Amemr (1m Peer tn
rul Schraumiu, n merchant of Teklo,
Jamil, arrived In Chicago en Wciinesday.
In regard te the fallure of last yeflr'e'rlce
emp in Japan he Mid, In an Interview!
" In conaeqnencei of tJ-.e fallure starva
tion is reported in all '.he Untn cities of
Japan, and as the miltiber of deaths for
want of feed In Teklo alone were net
enough, there bad been for some time prier
te in v departure, July fl, an average of 10
exhaustiens a day, se. severe were the suf
ferings. ' In (he big cities inen fell In the streets
from oxhausileti, and se often that the hIkIiI
became a very common one. Of courne,
this sad situation exists nolely among the
peer j the rich, tbeie that nin be com
fortable in the midst of such want, uct
along as well as ever. Hut while this mis
ery is due directly le the iallurn of the
rlce crop, the situation la greatly ag
gravated by the speculators. These
Individuals liave brought UP all the rice,
and the prloe la 100 pe" cent, greater
than it waa ene year age. And still, not
withstanding the high price and the Im
mense profit, the spectators rofitse te sell,
hoping Ter n fallure of the present crop,
when the price will advance much hlgher.
Se severe was the nlttiatlen Heme weeks
before I left that the government, through
brokers, purchased 80,000 tens or rlce
abroad, from China and India. Hut very
foolishly nnd short slghtedly the govern
ment ordered that the rlce be sold at auc
tion. "This was just what the speculators
wanted, for they outbid the peer and
locked up the precious grain In thelr store
houses. Are the speculators forclgnersT
Indeed net. The natives would kill them
if they were. As It is, rter, threatening
Iholiveief the speculators If they refuse
tq sell the rice, are dally pasted up In the
ex than lies. The shertage was due te the
destructive typhoons which last year swept
overllio island, ine prcseni crop is in
geed condition, but should thore be a re
currence of the typhoon the crop will also
be destroyed, and then Ged help them. "
t'eiiilnlne, lint Ment.
Frem the HL JjOuIh Republic.
After your soup and llsli you begin te
talk with your neighbor.
She Is an American married te a French
man, nnd she tells you this (unny llltln
story anent a famous Utile beauty who had
beeti betrothed te her liusb.ind bofero she
ever met lilui.
Said she: "I was a little uuder the
weather, and se when she called I had te
ask her te come le my boudoir. On my
wrilltig-desk steed a picture of my hus
band ene he had given me when I first
met lilm, anil which was framed very
gorgeously in silver. Alter nn mui iiiikeu
about horself a llitle while, she went ever
te this picture, gave It tlie most loving
leek, and wid: 'Ah, he had that
taken for me.' Angry T Of ceurse
1 was angry, but my u.illve wit
didn't desert me. 1 welted for u few min
utes alter saying 'Did he?' And then I
i cached out unit get n llitle case from the
table Just beside me, opened It and showed
her the picture inside. It was the heads of
my husband and myself taken togethorou
our wedding trip, and thou I announced :
' He had that taken for me.' 1 don't think
she will bore me again." Yeu couldn't
help but laugh, It was such an Intensely
wemaniy tiling in no.
Wodueftdiiy'u Unit tinmen,
The championship gamesofbase ball yes
terday resulted as follewm
National League I'hlladelphlaO, Chicago
8: Brooklyn 15, Cleveland 5: New Yerk
li, Pittsburg fij Bosten It, Cincinnati 0.
Flayers' League Philadelphia ll, Biillale
S; Bosten I, Cleveland - : Brooklyn", Chi
cago r ; Nuw Yerk 10, Pittsburg 1! ; New
Yerk 12. Pittsburg".
American Association Teledo 7, Ath
letic t); St. I.euInO, Syracuse I ; Columbus
12, Brooklyn Oj nocltOHler-I'OiilsvlIle (ost (est (ost
Atlautle Association Wilmington li,
Hartferd 2 ; New Haven 0, Washington'.') j
Newark 3, Hairlsburg 1.
The Lobatiens woreshut out by the Yerk
MenarcliN en Wednesday.
The Lebaiionshave been admitted te the
Atlantic Association, taking the place of
The (squadron ol'Kelutloii ut Heme.
The squadron or evolution steamed into
New Yerk harbor en Wednesday, and
came te anchor In the North Itlver chan
nel. The band of the flagship, the Chi
cago, played Yankee Deedle, as Unco trim
looking cruisers steamed up the harbor.
The crews wcie In geed health, but glad te
get home. The rccoptleu of the squad
ron In Brazil is described as a tre
mendous alfalr. " The sister ropub repub ropub
lle business," said ene or the Chicago's
elllccrs'was done up brown.' They met
us In the outer harbor, and they uever
slepped welcoming us until In solbdefense
we were obliged te set sail. United States
Hags Hew from every public building and
many private buildings. Kvorybedy had
volumes totelLabeut the 'sister republic.'
The cadets of the Brar.llllan naval acad
emy presented le Admiral Walker n heavy
geld medal, struck te comiiiuinurtile the
visit of the squadron."
Mroet Car Troubles.
A herse cur en the Dulte street llue
Jumped the track at ICast King street this
meruli.g, through a neglect te adjust the
switch. It was put back en the hack with
very little trouble. Soen nuerwiirds olcc elcc olcc
trle car Ne. 10 was bieught fieni the car
stables te accommodate the throng going
te the picnic. It Jumped the track, mid
went Inte the ditch made for the belgiau
blocks. Alter an limir'M delay It was put
buck en the track. An hour afterwards
the trelley en ene of the cars gave out, and
that necessitated another delay.
WillltH $.1,000 DuiiinuCM,
At the last term of the quiitter sessions
court Daulel llerst, of Stoveus, was tried
mid acquitted of n charge of stealing a
quantity of tobacco. The suit against lilm
was entered by Thus. S. and Hebert 11.
McKee and tlie testimony ell'ered railed te
connect Mr. Hurt,t with tlie Ihelt. Tliieugh
Brown ,t Hensal, Hurst te-day eutered u
suit against the the McKees for (5,000
damages In the court of common pleas.
The ntllduvlt sets feith that the McKces
had Heist nrrested without just reason te
bolievethat he had at nny time taken leal
tobacco from their cellar.
Stele a Nu m be r of Jtlngs.
Annie Zell, who has llgured In numer
ous petty scrapes, leR Ijineatter for I.eb.i I.eb.i
ueu seme days age. Bofero she went she
appropilated a number rings belonging te
Mary Steiger te her own use. Annle was
located In Lolianeu te-day by thoelilefof
jmllce or that town and arrested. Coilstnble
l'rlce went te Lebanon for her and will
bring her te Lancaster te night.
Slopped tbe Ittiiiiiwuy
Mrs. Hoever, or Landlsvllle, was driv
ing along College avenue about eight
o'clock this morning wheu her horse
frightened at ti passing bleyclu nnd started
te run. Bofero the frightened aniinal had
goue far or did any damage he was stepped
by Geergo Schlott.
An Attiiehiuuut Fer il,IOO,
Uriah Kckert lssuwl an attachment to
day against Jacob McCord, of ll.irt town
ship, nud inade the ltciullng I'ire lusur lusur
ance ceuijiauy garulshee. McCord ewes
$1,100 te Kckert and the insurance com
pany ewes McCeid that amount. As Mu Mu
eoid is unable te pay the debt due Kckert
this attachment was issued.
' - -
A Curious Bird.
Jehn Snyder, or Hetel Lancaster, ro re ro
ceUod te-day a curious bird from Fred
erick, Md. It is an owl that Ljis a face
like a monkey, nnd screeches llke one, tee.
. m i
Te Sheet Fer Medal.
The North Eud Rltte club have arranged
for a tournament te be held at their range,
near Kphrata, en August 28. Geld and
silver medals will be contested for by clubs
of the county.
Te Furnish Steam II vat,
B. U. Hershey, of Manhelm, has been
awarded the contract te place steam heat
ing apparatus in the school buildings of
Went ou Duty.
Henry G. Keller, the newly appointed
policeman ler the Eighth ward, te succeed
Frank Kautz, roslgned, went en duty this
larMt amlta'sTreuMe; "
Israel Smith, cbargadv with drnnsan
and disorderly xinduet and Inde
cent exposure, appeared liefdrej Al
derman Dcen this afternoon. Ha
waa held en 'warrants In the hand of
Constable Warfcl, for larceny and felonious
entry near Intercourse Whlle , the
bearing was In progress Henry
Smith, a brother of Israel, called
Constable Fyle outside the efllce, liegan
abusing him and struck hi in. Fyle
V necked lilm down and immediately
brought suit for druuken and disorderly
conduct against him. The alderman com
mitted Henry for flve days.
Jehn Stell prolerrod iinether com
plaint this nftorneoit against S. J.
Martin, his partner. He charges lilm
with appropriating te his own use a
horse, buggy nnd harness belonging te the
Arm, Martin gave lull for a hearing bo be bo
fer6 Alderman ITnlbaeli.
An Alleged Thlet.
Fer some tlmolaceb PenU has becn an
noyed by petty thefls from his brlckyanb
in tbe northern end of the city. The sus
pected persons were watched, and last
evening Qoergo Irvln, ene of the em em
peoyes, was arrested by OtTlcer Nehr. The
complaints sets forth the' theft of kiln
plates and two stoves. Irvln was com
mitted lern hearlng by Alderman Dollet.
Wanted In fork,
Samuel Mcilugh was arresled to-dey by
Constable C. C. Frail, cil Stewardstewn,
Yerk county, near Martlcvllle. Mcilugh
la charged with false pretence by 11. M.
fllbbs. He was taken te Yerk for a hear
Ixist Ills Hat.
Dayld Moeuey, of Orangeand Mulberry
streets, mourns the less of a $3 hat. He left
it en his deer step when he retired last
night. Te-day when he looked for It, hn
learned that hoiiie ene had appropriated It
te his own use.
WAHiliNfireN, July III. The President
has iiiKilnted Clyde K. Hawkins, .Hill
district, t j be collector at West Point, Fa.
THiC HOTS WHO WOltKTHF. iii.ui:."
(I. A. It. nl Bosten. Heading Itnlli-eiul'n
Speclul Ia)W nutCHle the Xiitlfluiil
The National Kiicainptncnt of the UranU
Army of the Itcpebllc will meet at lloKten,
Mass., August 10th te lOtli. Owing, te tlie locu
tion rhescil and the exceptional Vaellltles for
reaching It, It Is expected that this occasion
will witness the greatest gathering of veterans
ever seen since the memorable review In Wash
ington at the cloxe et the ltebelllen. With Its
iiecutteincd cnterprle and liberality, thol'hlla thel'hlla
ilelphla At Heading railroad has arranged te sell
HHH'lal round Irlp tickets le llonten by various
routes at sucli low rales as will place a trip le
the "Huh" within the reach of everybody.
These tickets will he geed going August 8lh te
lilli Inclusive, nud for the return trip until and
Including AiigtistHHh. Te accommodate any
who may wlli le remain longer tlie tickets
may be extended, without addltlenul charge,
until HeptcmbcrilUth, by complying with cer
tain forauilltles which ticket agents will ex
plain te purchasers. The Heading railroad
eflVrs a great variety of routes te IIonIeii, par
ticulars of which, ns well as rates and all neces
sary Information, will be fully mid courteously
furnished at any ticket agency en tlieltvudtng
Vuiu Last nud Only Chnuee-Ciiteh Oil
ir You'll Het Lett -TI me Nearly Up
The lime of closing the " Ureal Iloteu Flre
BaleofCletlilug " Is drawing te an cud, and te
nils- ItNaehaneoef a lifetime. The exciting
scenes nl 21 Centre Bcpiare still continue. The
entire city is wild ever It. Hut ttis Is net sur
prtilng, w lieu you consider that uetlilng like It
has ever been sren III laiuensler. It Is net often
that line talter-niadn clothing can lie secured
at 10 cents nn the dollar and Mill necruccur
again, ltvineinber we are compelled te mil by
order of the Insurance companies, coil or wilue
net considered. Clothing atnimtal , our pi Ice
bofero wu close. Tn give you an Idea of what
we lire doing we Mill have uirire tS cent
niea's working pants; mre 1M cent belter
men's pants ; meru II. IS line cusslmer pants
worth I I.W, and inore ll.Viiall-woel dress pants,
worth 11.50, and still mere K.IW men's suits, all
te match, really north again ns much, and
meie file) choice of pUlds or stripes, elegant
for business wear, and still Jil.l'J line worsted
drew suits, i-umwayil or sacks, iniut rer f 10, and
still mere HUH tlne black Prince Albert dress
suits, cost te manufacture f IK. mm mere W
cent cent ehlldieu's suits, Miiith, 2,M; still
inerel.:y plalteil children's sults.'werth fr'1.50,
and thousands of oilier nulerful bargains be
fore. Don't mlm your last nud only cluince.
Car fares paid te out-or-town Infers. "Great
llosteu 1 ire Hale or tlellilug," 21 Centre Kpiaic,
Iinrasler, l'a. Loek Air the big nil signs.
A Lawyer Convinced.
l'nii.AUKi.eiiM, July 18, Imhj.
7 the Stockholder! of the Vntled States timing'.
Ihih iiml Jluilillnij (i.;
As your rcpreejitatlveI attended wlllihoven wllliheven
teeu ethers, the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the United Htntes Hu lugs, Lean it
HulldlngCe., held at HI. Paul, Minn., June 12,
The elllcers of the company gave us a cordial
uelceme upon our arilval, and nssiired us that
ecry raelllty would begUcn ciry eoiiiiultlce
te luvcstlgate every detail of the business or
accounts. In order te luaka the most search
ing and thorough liiM-stlg.itlen, dlvldul
Inte four cemiiilltees. One en heetirltles ; one
ou tieasurer's account; one ou books and ac
count at the liuiuu elllcc, unci one cm I lie per
sonnel standing of bnlh the elllcers of our en u
company and these connected with usas treas
urer and trustee. I Mas appointed a member
of the committee te examine the leans, securi
ties, abstracts unci such ether details as might
be of Interest te j ou as stockholders. The lo le
sult of tlioexauilmittnii of our committee coin
cided with the Judgment of, the ethers " that
Ilia accounts Mere all correct-, nil moneys ac
counted for; tlie affairs carried en In n hul-ness-IIke
manner, and the men connected theie
wlth such In whom the neighbors and Ilia pub
lic hud unlimited commence. We found thn
Oerminla Hank, our treasurer, and the Minne
sota Lean .1 Trust Ce., our trustee, te be among
the most reliable or the Northwestern financial
As se much or the sleck or the company Is
held In the s'ates or Pennsylvania mid New
Jersey, tlie delegate suggested that Hie stock
holders lliercase tlie beard of directors te seven,
and elect thereto ene from each or said slates te
llll these places, which was unauliueuxly as
sented in, and Gee. W. Hancock, or Philadel
phia, president or the Citizens Trust, Tu In
demnity A Surety Ce , and 1. Homers Hlsley, of
Caiiidrn, N. J., treasurer or the West Jersey
TltleA Guaiiiiily Ce., were duly elected. This
will gle the Kastcru stock holders mi oppertu.
nlty teuscertalu al all times the condition of
tlie company, nnd I tlilnk Mtll strengthen It
At llic suggestion or tue hnstcru dliecters,
F.lllah linker, of l'hlladelplita, has been placed
In clmrge of the hooks ami clerical force of the
efllce. Ills familiarity with building associa
tions, he think, will add greatly tutbcslm.
pllclty In keeping tlieaceoiiuUertho company.
This examination convinces moor tlie geed
Handing orthe company ; the reliability erits
etllcers nud lliogeod business risk of the Invest
men t, unci I bclleve llie stock will matiiie In the
tlme designated (seven jears.l
jy31-ltd ISAAC D. OCU.M.
iKiiusii Tageaiit.-Oii Wcdnreday. July
SO, lMV, at the jiarsenage or dram Kvan. Le.
Iheniii rhurcli. by the, Itev. V. IIIMii IIhiiiu,
Jlr. Henry F, Wlebusli ami Miss Anna 11. Tuc
garl, all or the city or Uincaster.
"AMliKiuiiT.-.luly 5i. IfWriiilhlsclly, Lcih"
M Ife erHamnel Hanibrlgtit, In her lUnd year.
The relatives nnd frleuds or the family me
respectfully Invlteil te attend the fuiieml, from
her husband's residence, Ne. Til F.ast O ran go
street, en Friday allcmoeu nt 2 o'clock. Inter,
uienltu Imeniler cemetery,
Twkku. At New Pre Idenci-, en July 30, ls-O.
Jehn Tnced, In his Ulth year.
The relatives and rrleuds or the rainlly are re
speetmily Invited te attend tlie funeral, from
his late residence, en Haturday ut 10 o'clock
a.m., and sen Ices and Interment ut the Men Men Men
notille Church ut New Providence at II o'clock.
ki1 ?.veY'7A.t Kvansvllle. Ind.. en July 2vi.
: la"le, MeKu,J'.. '" i' Wth j car of li?.'
The relutlvcs and rrleuds or the Tamlly re re
jlectfally Invited te uttcud Hie mnernl from
hl father-in-law's i cldence, Jacob Klehl, Ne
KIKikl New street, en Friday ineniliig at S
u clock. Mass at Ht. Mary's church ut 8:3il. In.
tcriucut at Ht, Clary's ceuietcrr,
k . -Mr "
aM"'i I i"i i '
Mr stack Market.
ahipmrtiU, 711 ! market slaw; prime, naea
4 40: fair te soed, W MMC4 1 common, W-,
l)iilKcewjidtnjr,ias4)( nine e-ni cattle
ah!prdt4Nc.arlr. " "
Hega Hmelpu, IK0 1 MllpmenU. IViO:
market active: medium nnn selerted, II 101 IA :
common te best Yorkers, IS K4 05 1 111!", $3W)
C$4 un;, Irani shipped tn New Yerk.
Klieep Rec4lM,t''.0i0: hliiinens. 000:
market dulltprftnejru'WU 24 fHlrlfOed,l
4 T.'i ; rtsnmen, W 0QrA(:'yfnHli(V lambs,
I&V52J1 snrlnr lambs II 00m5 75.
4.(100; lower) Inxsvcs, W lu enj !",
II W3I fOlsterkmi and rwlt 19 26981;
cows, bull and mixed, It 4003SO; Tesu calilr,
I LMH ai 1 Western ruiiiicrs, i liU IW. ,
WB-lfccelptii. lanne; hlpmeiiu,l(8 mat
kct lower I mixed, 1.161444 8MC"vy, S3UX3.SK);
lljlit, UttVKO; sklp,tivaei3'.6
Mlicep-llccelrtUi, 10.0UO: slllttlictlt. 2000 1 mar mar
ketlewcrj natlves.il mQYtei Weytern. IIM
IfiO; Texana,tsi WIS0: Umbt, (4 7SO500.
UvrrAUe, Juiy8a-Sitile-itecii,ts, vSjOhead ;
none frculi en sale ; dull, Irregular.
hiipeii nnri ljimli itMinu. aine beail; 3.000
en sale; market dull and .lower. Mhecp
choice le extra, MU09& a; tnedinm loaeod,
tt am ee: common vi in
gwsl te choice. WOOO 40j fair te geed, II 00$
g&V.inistlumlefalr.lia.VfMO'l. , , .
Itoga ltecrlpu,u;; lJensnle: market
firm ; selected medium weights and selected
heavy ends, 14 10.4 15 : Keed Ui choice
heavy, 14 0Va4 10; selected Yerk welghU, II IS
04 SO; mixed pigs and light 'Yerker;. Witt
&IO!ll!(hlplg,t.U034 00: roughs, 13 0033 lb;
pigs, II fO.
Uuowtleus by Reed, McUrann A Ce., bankers
NKW YOKK LIST. 11 A. Kyttt
Atchison. Top.,HanUlFe... tVi 43
Canada Facluc - -
C (.. C A I.hi. ....M......H. ...... ...... ...Ml
8 l. M.
Colerado CVsel. ...........-.
Canada Heuthcrn .. ....
Chl.HU U A Phg
Den. A HleU. -
ISsl. 1,. A W
Krle 2udJ .
Leu. A NM.
L Hhere ........
4 I $6
Heck. Valley 30.
is. i-. "
N. P. Prff. . 81i
N. Y. 0 107Ji
New England tV,l
Kiixt Tennessee... ...
Oregon Transcontinental... Wii
Ontario A W. ly,
Klchinend Terminal 22U
HU l'a nl .. s,rj
Texas Pacific............ .S:... 'X'i
Union Pacific Ql
Wabash I'rcf.. rr. 20
Western U ,
West Hhere Henda. ,
It. H. Y. A l'hlla,...,
Fa. H. it
Ixical Hteclf nnd llenils.
Hepertcd by J. 11, 1eng.
' Far Last
ijuirasterClty, 10-20 year 4's or 1SSI. let) 102
" " lO-IM year 4-s of ISM. leu 101
" " l.MUear4Veri81H).. 100 l'K
" HchoelCsdiuilKiei. 100 102
" " 4'sduelNU 100 101
" " 4'sduelliO......... 1U) 101
Columbia Borough 4's due HOI.......... 100 103
Mai.hclm bemneh 4J4 lean 100 102
Oiiarryvllle It. H GO 1
.MIllersvlllnHtreclCar.. M.. &0 OH
Impure Printing Company 60 Ki
Gaslight and Fuel Company. 2r 10
Htevcns Heuse (llends)A 100 W
Columbia Gas Company. 25 23
Columbia Water Company 10 11
Husquehaniia Iren Company 100 2UV2.1
Marietta Hellew-ware 100 210.10
Htevcns llouse 60 1.05
MlllcrsvlllcNormalHcheol 2Ti Is
Nei lliern Market 60 75
Hastcni Market 60 68
Gas Company llenils (5 ikt ct. 1000).. 100 Ml
Ounrry vllle It. It. 7's 100 107.20
lUadlugA SeliimblaH. lt.&s....i...'100. lus.2
Ecllsen Light Company 60 67.60
Western Market ." 50 47
Heutheni Market 60 :v
LaucHsicrCllyHtreel Hallway Ce.,.. 60 45
West Eud Htreel Hallway 60 00
Helvetia leather Ce., 60 00
Watch Factory 6-s 100 101
Line Cheui. Ce 100 1.15
Uilieaster A FrullvlUu 60 40.60
luucutcr ALHItx ' 7,75
Laneinter A Wllllam.stewn 25 100
lainenstcrA Maner 60 110
Lancaster A Manhelm. 25 :r7 25
l-uucuster.fc Marietta. , 25 20
IjincuslcrA New Helland IK J SO
lllg Hpilng A Heaver Valley.. 25 4.75
Bridgeport and Horseshoe PIJS 21
Jelnuililn A Chestnut Illll 20 27
Columbia A Washington.........., 20 20
Coucstega A lllg Hprlng.,.... 25 IS
Marietta A Mount Jey. 25 25
banc. .Ml. Jey A ICIIrabetlitewu . HO 00
uiui-iister AHnMpiehamia..'. tiOO 200
Uiiicister A New Dam llle 25 II
Columbia A Marietta 25 20
Maytown A Kluabcthtewu ., 25 (ri
Ijiiucuslcr A Kulirata. 'JO 40
Ijincnster A WlllewHIreet. 21 45.75
HlnisburgA Millport.... . . 25 20
Marietta A May town 25 V0
First National Hank . 110 205.25
Farmers' National Han It. 50 120
Fulton National Hank.... 100 200
laiuensler County National Hank... 50 us.25
Nei lliern National Hank t 100 125
Peeples' National limit 100 l:u
Keystone National Hank, .Manhelm 100 11:1
Columbia National Hank 100 115
Christiana National Hank 11X1 125
Conehtega National Hank 10U KM
ICpliniln National Hank IUI 175
Flisl National lUnk, Columbia.. Us) 145
First National Hank, Hlraslmrg 100 141
First National Hank. Marietta 100 200.25
Fltxl National Hank, MLJey 100 107
Lltltz National Hank ltu 110
Meuntvllle National Hank 1IU 100
Manhelm National Hank 100 1.10.75
Union National Hank, Mount Jey ,. 60 61
New Helland National Hank. lltl 175
(lap National Hank 100 117
Oiiarryvllle National Hank 100 Ml
Ellzabctlitewn National Han. . 100 125
Central National Hank. Columbia... PX) 112
HEAl'-PUHE HYF. W1UHKI1, IIIiACK-
bciry, Ginger ami ivimunci llrnnuics.
HOHHUH'H I.IQUOK HTOHE,
Ne. 22 Centre Kqnare,
OKO. S. NOUIIECK'S
Deerscrr Carriage Works,
Cemer of Duke and Vine Htrei.
All the Latest btylcs or FINK VKHICLKH
new ou hand. Great liargalnslu Ncwaudbec Ncwaudbec
Fer sale at u very low price : A secend-liaiid
M Cull Wagen ; a second-hand I'lueteu ; a sec
ond hand LlghlTrettlng Uuggy; a second-hand
JymrKscat Carriage; two second-hand Market
Magnus; three ktceuiMiaud Tep Haggles ; one
('mine HiK'kaway. Call and gel bargains at Gee.
H. Norbeck's IKiersetu Carriage Works, corner
or Duke and VlneHlreels. iU-lycl.H
Q I if MEDIA
f?'-Lt.t Academy ;
girls. Circulars free.
I Jl' 111.11' HAl.U-TO-MOHHGW (FIUI)AY),
ut ti o'clock n. in., at Ne. OH Houth ijueen
sireet.erau Elegant Ash Itedroein Hulte, Ccn Ccn
tre Table. Mattress, Wire Hed-Hprlng, Chairs,
Tables and many things uel named.
It JOEL L. HAINES, Auctioneer.
171VF.Il HAY A CHEAP DAY
AT IS TWENTY-FIVE CENTS TO
create a Beautiful Lum n or llenew an Old
PUIIE JAMAICA bPIRITS.
20 KlKlNO. II. E. HLAYMAKEH, Agt.
DO YOU WANT WORK? GOTO LANCAS
TER EMPLOYMENT UUREAU, Ne. Gl
North Ditke street.
(SCHOOL TAX, IS00 THE HUPLICATF. IH
IO new lu Iho hands of the Treasurer. Three
)er cenl. oil If paid lMrore August 1, Otllce
hours from 0 a. in. till I p.m.
W. e. M A Its 1 1 A LL, Treasm er.
Je5lauldIt Ne. 12 Centre Square.
riSROUTA KHAN K.
J llgures, gote JOHN HlisT, sii East Fulton
""new dress scarfs.
OULINQER 11U03. A CO.
-liriLI) CAT GLEN IS ALWAYS OPEN
? ler Ml
torlslters. Fer nartleuUrs. address
e ., . ..m... i. ........... ...........
1 71011 RENT-COAL AND LUMHEU YARD
J at Lcudiui) I'Jsre. Apply te
Jj'Jtf.tfdS ' Uamau Place.
Jt! lAibrleaters. Olmm m .Cmm t Kmrlnm.
yna ran ir them l,-OflJ SMrnSBM
'virBHAVisTHBrJwrr AflsrjitriiBKT or
VV 1'ines and cigar Helden. rrenek Brter
FlpeslnCwtee.AOceawh. All the line BraMa
of Bmeklng Tobaeeei.
f L IMUtUTiraaOABBTORB,
alB-tMR 1I4K lKlMtr 4.
ANOTHKR LOTOr QUEKN8WARK FROM
BAl.TIMOllE MUTUAL AID HUC'IETY.
Itequtre several competent aaA trast trast
wertlir men of sentlcmknly appeiranea te act
as colffcters. Alse two men as assl. snots,
JeS-tfd 1 M East King HL, Lancaster, Fa.
BEST 0c HAVANA KILLER CIOAR IN
Ibe city, at BILLY WAITZ'H,
Nes. 6 A 1(B North Queen 8L
TirANTEtl-HOMHES TO PASTURE. K.
ft Address. . . -. '
Fer all Soldiers and Soldiers' Idews by ap
M. V. Kilburn,
Ne.at)JN. Water St.
References (Ikh. IL A. HAXBlitanT, Hen
IJ. W, rATTgllSOM.
Wounded at Ferry villc, Ky., October 8, 1802.
REIOART'H OLD RRANDY.
Ne family should be without a bettle at
this season or ine year. z k. kink bi.
20 E. KINO ST., U. K. S.
EST TWO FOR FIVE CENT. CIOAKS
tbe City, at HII.L.Y WAITZ'H,
con. e a juu ierui uuecu au
rTUIE COLORED CAMPMEETINO
JOSEPH DETWEILER'S WOODS,
Near Mount. toy, begins en August 2d, te con
tinue ten days.
Excursion rates will bs given from all points
en nil railroads. The rare from this city 67 cents.
Fine singers and eloquent preachers will belli
TTIULTON FARMERS' CLUB AND FULTON
JJ ORANUK AHMEMIILY FOR lsOO. rropo rrepo rrope
sltlons le be submitted te the committee for (he
exclusive prlvllege or supplying loodandrc leodandrc loedandrc
rreshlnr (non-alcoholic) drinks, lee cream.
cases, iruiiA, nuis aim coiiieciiensaunngiue
two days' Assembly at Black Ilarren Springs,
Fulton township. In the early part et Septem
ber, 1KJ0, will be received and Information given
en or bofero August 4th, proxime.
323 North Duke St., lAiicaster, l'a.
JULY 28, 1800. ty2Mtd
H. MARTIN A CO.
J. B. MARTIN & CO8
Evening Shades, in Nun's
Veilings, worth 25c, at I2c a
100 pieces of 10 and i2c
Ginghams at 8c a yard.
Parasols All our $2 te $5
at $1 each.
25 dozen ei Men's Percale
Shirts (with cellars and cuffs),
at 25c each, worth 50c.
50 dozen of Men's and Ladies'
regular made Balbriggan Hese,
at I2c apair.
Fans! Fans! Fans! 1,000
Fancy Colored Fans at 2c each,
Plain Goods, for Plain People,
in large variety, at low prices.
500 White Bed Spreads at
extraordinary low prices.
Black Henriettas and Black
Cashmeres at Special Bargain
Ladies' and Men's Summer
Underwear at Lew Prices te
Special Bargains in our China
Cor, Prince & W. King Sts.,
HEAP RUSSET JJliOliS.
They Must Ge!
Having bought tee many Men's Russet Shoes
ami Oxfords I have decided te
sell them eir
AT AND BELOW COST
Men's ll.Ue Russet Itnls Marked Down le 11.25
" i!.IO ' " " " 1.01
,1 nM .1 .. . Mfy
" a 00 " " " " 2.60
" 6.00 " " " " S.00
Heys' l.W " " " " 1.35
Men's 10RusctOxrerds " " 1.85
" (LTOSealSkln" " " 5.00
Men's 11.25 Tep Bele Wigwams, S's, 9's and 10's,
.Marked Ilewn te $1.00.
A Full Display Can Be Seen
in East Window
AS MAHKJiD 1)0 W'y.
CeninihMe and Quality with tho.oiutcr the.oiutcr tho.eiutcr
tlfccd as being marked down elsewhere.
The One-Price Cash Heuse,
(Successor te FREY A ECKERT) the Leader of
Lew Prices In
BOOTS AND SHOES,
N03.3 A 6 EAST KINU STREET,
"Store Closed Every Evening aid o'clock
Es.cclMenday aud Saturday.
Great Bargain Sale !
J. B. Martin d Ce.,
KXT DOOM TOTHK COURT HOUBK.
ARE CLEARINQ'UP TIMES.
Yeu will find many reduction In Warm Weather Stuffs and Odds, and In every deparU
VOU Can bUV Atfl tlnrvnlh ICmh. I.. ... ,....( lr.! nt..tit . ll ttl v..At.
. ... WM.V .A. V.M.M I...M IUU.
A Mid-Summer. Bargain Jest, In li 100 dozen
chiefs, with Fast Celer Borders, at three cents
3fe and 37 East Kinj?
rpiN TOP JELLY GLASSES
AT STsj PER
XJOR RENT-NO. 118K EAST KINO STREET,
3 room formerly e"cupled by Jehn A. Ceyle.
ALLAN A. UERR.
BILLY WAIT. HAS THE REST TWO FOR
6c and 6c Cigars tn the State," at
ju. a at no huhiii uubt.fi ai.
RECEIVED OIRKOT FROM NAPA VAI,
ley Wine Ce., California, superior 7.lnf;in
del Claret, Untailel and Frnntlgnan Wines.
The last named Wine Is very delicate aud a de
licious Ladles' Wine.
SI EAST KINd STREET. CITY,
H. K. SLAYMAKER, AgL
DO YOU WANTHEI.PT GOTO LANCAS
TER EMPIA1YMENT UUREAU, Ne. 01
North Duke street.
T710R RENT-ONEOFFIOE ROOM, SECOND
J2 fleer. Ne. 2!) Centre Bnnare. Apply nt
M. 11 AIIERUUSH'S HARNESS STURE.
. T OUR OKEIUE YOU CAN GET ANY
L nmeunt of
LANCASTER CHEMICAL COMPANY
LAWN ENRICH ER.
U8I0 CATALOGUE WITH NEW EDI.
tlen and price list sent upon application,
Opposite P. It. It. Depot.
AREAUTIKUL LAWN. HOWEVER
small It mav be, Is a great luxury. LAN
CASTER CHEMICAL COMPANY LAWN
T4,f ARIETTA PRESERVING KETTLES,
.iVL AT REINHOLDS.
IN FIVE, TEN.T WENT Y-F1VE AND FIFTY
CHERRY HRANDY-SLAYMAKERS Su
perior Cherry llrandy rer Diarrheea and
2ft EAST KINO ST.,
II. E. SLAYMAKER, Agt.
The New Pension Illll Just passed entitles all
Soldiers, Widows, Miner Children ami Depen
dent Parents te a pension. I will attend te nil
applications placed In my hands promptly. I
have hail Tour years' experience In the pension
oillce at Washington, D. C.
SILAS W. SHIRK,
JcZtKJtndRI 10 North Duke St., Lnucaster, Pa.
Ty iENNERCIIOR SUMMER THEATRE.
Week Commencing MONDAY, JULY21.
Millikcn & Cerlrss Opera Ce,,
In the Favorite Opera,
" Chimes of Normandy,"
Willi Miss Nettle Deceurscy a'-Scrpelctte."
WAdmlssIen. 10 cents.
Proprietor and Manager.
Week Commencing Monday, August 1, " ER.
TJALACE OF FASHION.
Pake of Fashion,
116 & 117 N. Queen St.,
FRIDAY & SATURDAY,
AUGUST i & 2,
LIST OF FIFTY CENT ARTICLES.
Night Gowns, with yoke of
fine tucks and lace or embroid
ery inserting, only 50c.
Skirts, excellent muslin, with
wide Hamburg edging ruffle,
Corset Cevers, fine Cambric,
with 2 rows of fine Hamburg
edging or Torchon lace, only
Drawers, fine muslin, fine
tucks and wide Hamburg em
Chemise, with elegant wide
yoke of Hamburg edging and
Let 3, at 75 cents apiece.
Chemise, Skirts, Night Gowns,
Corset Cevers, Drawers, &c.
Nene of the above yerth less
than $1, and many of them
Come for them quick !
lislm Underwear !
.tuvu. , .. .. ... JJ JVl.t I
Ladles' and Children's Hemstitched Uaa
each, or two for rive cents. They are J
St., Lancaster, Pa.
29 EAST KINO STREI
THEY CAN ALL COPY RUT VeNB
Equal Uilr Walts' Hnvm.i ifiiur t
"' --.. 5ffi L m N0T WEEN 4
"VTEW UOODS. LOW PRICES ANDACJ
JL.-S mere iioem makes shopping , ennui
rplIE ONLY ClUAH STORE WHERE
JL. can purchase Imported and Kev
milE SEAMLESS CDOKINO WAR!
I ftntir iliirntiLi ntiH nL....
CARD WE MAKE "Till'. NATmr)
Surely I Illll Wheel In threef.lzcs(C
lersen'R Patent.) Korsliertturnliig.strej
durabllllv urn mntrlilcKa. 1 in.v ului n
a neat finish. Try them, Every wheel Is el
anteed. NATIONAL MANUFACTUINQC4
jyij-iwu ai 10 ou Hiicrmnn St., l.:uicaster
lONTREI.I. AOOCIIIIANK'H lllllll.TM ,
Vj lieltast Ginger Ale. The very liestOI
Ale IliiDertPd te ttie U. H.
iS EAST KI.NO HITIEET, CITY
11. JV. .Tl..l JMA1-. I'.ll. At
TUDUES HAVE LONU SINCE DEC1PJ
tj inai limy tvauz's cigar Is the lies'. In I
. , ,NOS. & A 103 NORTH QUEEN f
"UR CIOARH. GOLDEN I.IOVANtl
J Qucrlila, are clear Havana niler 5
cigars, hanil'iuaile. In hnYcn nf "V m nml in
, . , DI'.MUTH'S CIQAR STORK
iunniii8iicu r,7u. lUKasiKlugbtre
rpilE NEW SEAMLESS STEEL COOKil
a Hiirc m ncuer man graiiiteauu
hair the nrlce.
JMJUO-lllIUS, KUK i,lTTLK OIAlMT, 114
Reller r ruder, Peuberthy Iii'iK-eter, Amerll
Injectors, all In stock, at JOHN IIEST'S.I
itsi. r iiit..iiiMii.'eL. m7ll
OARRY IN STOCK REST CIIARCeJ
HiiinmcmtlUr Iren. Deuble Refined IrJ
"UI'Clll P IIIU'I- 11UII, lllVUIN, llOl 111111 II
Heller Iren, Wed, Sheet iron ;M0 te Ne. Ill
JOHNllLsrs.ui;! tiist Fulton street. in7-tl
A OENCY FOR CALLAHAN A CO'S
f tiirttit In f Irn t lin nlnnn nf ttaii f mrl
ttllllrlt liidlrna film Miiin-i tins niunillli' nf I
lfs.'lil mill Id ft iP LMivrlftr tn ttitilrlur eLhiii'i t-sl J
hand hole, plates en belll
An., Ac, l'rlce a) eeiits per pound, nt JOJ
umi r., ., ritti v iiiiiiiiHin'ui. ill,ll
tJJ9JKJJ Inch te (J Inch diameter, I
Miiealn Imvllguic, and the only house III 1
city wiin aplpecuttlns inaclilue, culling uil
U Inch illaineler.nl. tOHN UEST'M,:Kii:nst1
ion street. mi-tl
37IOR HOLTS, LAll SCREWS, SKTSCHEV
? Snuareinid Hoxiejen NutA. lhoei?onils
sleck, at JOHN RESTS. tlEl EuhI Eulton stril
mANKSFOR WATER. OILS. ACID OR tiJ
JL nfnnv shaie or i-apaclty, nt fair prices,
lujuti iii'i.ii.i., iisir uiieusireci. in7"l
TF IN WANT OK I1RAKS OR IIUJN HTJ
I Cocks, Ashestft Packetl Cocks, Pet aud 11
.ijck, iiuur ieuki, mvniif jeinis, can una a
them, or send your order by mall, teJOll
lir.ST, XO EastFullen street. inT-tel
IOR PRATT' .t (3ADY ASllliSTOS Dli
1 Vrill'u li.lllrlllu 'nl. u. lien. a I 1I..I... r..l. I
lines C:tte Valves, Iren Rudy Olebe Valvl
lver Safety Valves, Pep Safety Valves, A
Valves, Radiator Vule, Pratt's SwlDgl
Cheek Valves. Ilrnsi Check VaHet.Foet Valvl
Angle Valves, call at JOHN UUaT'S, .1X1 Eil
ITIOR I'ULLEYS, HIIAITING, COLLAIU
? Hangers, Claiuii lie.xes. Couplings, etc., I
lujcjiii, ikiv,i,., ii.iv,, r ii nun Hirccu m-i
T710R STEAM OAt'GIl, HIGH OR LOl
i' 1'reHsiire, v ti I c r Gauges, Gauge Ceck
Weed Wheels or Weighted. Glass Tub
Whittles, SwiIieim for Kle.im Gauges, Cyllndl
Olln. J Dlnll. l'.it..K.l n . ...In... 1.1 ,-.w.t.a .1
i.. .b. - ....... ...tiv, i,iiiti;u ..v.,,1,11111., .uvuh ,
Steam Ganges.call en .IOIIN REST, XU Ea
IJ'ORCAST IRON PIPE FITTINGS, UlT
nlaln and reduclnir. tin le(llnch dfmne
Malleable Killings, Manges, Pl.itije Union
Manifolds, Aineile.iii Unions. Tube Support
iiangerx, ricHirniKi i euuig riaics, goiejuii
REST'S. Sit Kill If'illimstMi't. m7-ird
m-w-rll ITU .."wii.v AirL.n,. ,.ii,,ii..t u
W ....... V.W. .w.. ....t-..., v.. . Mj. u
tlie peiiuil, lUe; III lets of 10 pounds
eter.Dc. All gtssls delivered leniiv part of th
city Free. Call en JOHN REST, Ne. 33.1 Eai
A' UllUII ntu-vi. IllCtAA
riOLtf RRONZE. LIOUIDH AND SIZINd
X for steam erlc,nt JOHN REST'S, SM EaJ
Fulton street m7-tfd I
C1TEAM it EAT lSTHECOMINtl HEATKOB
(j direlllngs elitnvli,s, n-hoel houses, ctel
iiiuugn Miccedniuy nscu uuu iiinicireu years
age. When you contemplate u tliange call ei
JOHN 1HSST, who will give you a satlsfaeter
juu, iilh i.nr jirici'. m.-iiu
A GREAT IMPROVEMENT TO OLD Oil
lU.lllCU.Ml'AM klWil C..-V1UL llh.K.
171011 llOILERM, HORIZONTAL. TAUULARl
JTJ Vertical, Portable, C Under, Murine, el
any slze or power, of the best material nml
workmanship, go e JOHN REST, i'M East Full
ion siiccu ui,-iia
ITIOR HORIZONTAL STATIONARY ENl
; glues, from 'J leN) horse-power nud Vertl
c.u r.ugines ireni aiew iinrMpiiuir, you wui
Unci I hum ut JOHN HESPS, ill I-ifct Fulton
TTIORROILERIUIIE RUUSIIEs, STILLSOt
I'ipe Wreuelies.PlnoauilMe.il.. r Wreuclie
eernblncd, File. Oil Can-, etc, go te JOHN!
nii r.ixi-i i-ist Pinion sireci. iiiiiu
1 lUMPS. IIOILERS. MINING t'KNTRIFU-
L cal nnd Steam Pumps nt any cipaelty, utl
JOHN REST'S. .tCU'.iat Fulluu sln-eU in7-tfd I
TT- ADIATOIH. OF ANY MAKE IIU.HeI
LV sign, can lie furnished ulroaseiuhle figures,
ty JOHN HEnT.XU Ijist Fulton street. Im7-lfcll
"TTIOll CASTINGS, I RON OR RRAKS, LIGHtI
l.' or ueiivy, in sunn nonce, go id junni
11 EsT. !;13 llisl FulUiii street, ni7-tfd
XF YOU WANT A FIRST-CLAW PORTABLE
Engine and Heller, ou wheels, cheap, ns the
billowing prices shen-; H horse-peHer, $175; 8
lierse-pcmer. tva ; 10 horse-iower, Se75; 15 horse herso horso
pewer, ts73; 'J) horse-power, 1 1,175, call at JOHN
iH-ii .-,.u r-nsi i-uiuinsireeu iiw-uu
PARTICULAR ATI'ENTION PAID 'IO
Medel Making, Patterns, Driwlngs mid
lllue Prints, at priced retiMinulilc, nl JOHN
RESTS. XXi Kjist Fulton tns't. iu7-tld
TRACKINGS, AS FOLWIWS; IMRIGO, FOR
1 Steauinnd IIjdiaiilloP.icklug.AsbestReiie,
Woven ami Wick Packing, lleinp Packing, As
bestos Mill Hen.t. Asbe.bw Cement, Asbestos
.Suciithluc.Guiii Pac!:!ng,Giiin Rings for Water
Gaugis, Plumb.ige Packing, ItemV Patent As.
bestm, Lluisl MTtlenal I'll Ceicr, nl JOHN
REsrs.XilKiHl FulleustreeU m7-lfd
Will Icave Hie whaif fui Rm-k Springs Park
every day except sunda, ut 10, 10:10 (Water
Werksl. 11:W a. L';-J0, 1:10 (Water Werks.l
J.i0,3.-"JO, 1-00 i Water Works; 5.0, 6:10, 7.-00, 7:10.
iWJ mid WD p. in. i Water Works.)
Sunday ecrlerty iuluuuulttr 1 p. in.
FARE FOR ROUND TRIP, lOu,
Including arvs te Park, uud Springs. At At
IracUeus nt Park. Dancing ravlllen, Swings,
llaniniecks, Sheeting GalK-ry, Rentlug, Fish.
iiiriiexcan seeuren.iii ny railing in u. jt,
Aiiitersnn's Cen fit tbinery. Last King street, ei
en the proprietor, J, li, Peeples, SI West King
tf&atd. ..JJ . .
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