The Inquirer from Lancaster, Pennsylvania on January 19, 1895 · 8
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Lancaster, Pennsylvania
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8 THE INQUIRER, LANCASTER, JANUARY 11), 181)5. LIVE COUNTY NEWS. The Popular Flag: Drill will Presented at Christiana. be NUMEROUS ITEMS FROM MANHEIM. Casualties at Gap Normal Literary Society From Other Points. Christiana, Jau. 17. Sjiecirt. ' Tbe tV. C. T. A. met at the home of Mrs. J. D. C. Pownall mi Saturday afternoon to per-feet plana for an entertainment in tbe near future. The Flag Drill which was given by tbe Christiana high aebool under the direction of tbe teacher, Miss Gertrude ltakesiraw, at the teachers institute at Gap recently, will be one of the features. At the annual meeting of the Christiana Library association It was decided to reduce a stockholders share lrom $5 to J'2 50. A number of new hooks will be added to the library. The monthly meeting of the Young Friends' association was in the form of an entertainment last Friday evening, and was largely attended. Borough council met in the council room on Monday evening. A large number of bill were paid for labor, Btul it was moved that the borough should take eighteen plugs at ?15 each for one year, from the Christiana Water company. Mrs. Edwiu Trout, who has been in the Presbyterian hospital in Philadelphia for over a week for treatment of nervous prostration, is expected to return to her tome in this place in a short time. Ice cutting has been continued during the week and most of the ice houses in this vicinity are filled. The funeral of Mrs. Rogers, wife of Moore Rogers, took place on Wednesday from the Presbyterian church. The deceased bad been a great sufferer for some time with dropsy, and was in the 6S!h year of her age. A husband survive'. Interment look place at Leacock. Ross Boohar and family attended the funeral of his nephew, Waiter Carpenter, who died of painters colic on Sunday at his home in Philadelphia. Mr. Carpenter was formerly a carriage painter for J. D. Harper, of this town. Republican primary elections will be held at Fieles hotel on Saturday afternoon, January 19 From present indications nominations will be made without disturbing pany harmony. Constable Harry Fraim has recovered from a severe attack of grip. Several handsome new and modern residences will be erected in t jeSpring. Thomas McGowan, two sisters and a niece, visited Dr. McGowan at Harrisburg, and attended the inaugural ceremonies on Tuesday. The following officers of Oetoraro castle, K.G. E., No. 234, have been installed for the ensuing six months: Past chief, John Ferrell: noble chief, S. Fitzgerald; vice chief, Joseph Orr; high prie9t, R. W. Boohar; veuerable hermit, Willis B. Kent; clerk of exchequer, E. P. Zane: keeper of exchequer, W. E. Helm; sir herald, J. T. Brown; worthy bard, C. C. Lewis; worthy chamberlain, Benjamin Light; ensign, David Ross; esquire, J. E. Thompson; first guardsman, Thomas Kent; second guardsman, W. S. Ferrell; trustees, T. W. Kent, W. Moore, Charles Knight; representative to the grand castle, Thomas Kent. Revival services did not commence in the M, E. church on Sunday eyening as the h6ater was in bad repair. Preaching was held in the Presbyterian church. the Town hall January management of Prof. H 2(1. K. NOMINATIONS AT flANHEIM. appear in under the Trout. Bishop C. S. Hainan, of the Veiled Evangelical church, will preach in the church in Manheim on Saturday evening and Sunday morning. Rev. S. S. Chubb, presiding elder, preached on Friday even ing. Prof. John H, Klienek, J. B. Stroll, Alice Stermfeltz, Mary T. Wagner and Anna W. Swarr visited the school of Reading on Monday. They were escorted and entertained by Francis Roland, secretary of the board, and Thaddeus Hover, chairman of the music committee. . 1TEHS FROM GAP. List el Casualties Fox Hunt at ltruuers. Ollier Items of Interest. Gap, Jail. 17. fyectaf. On Monday morning Miss Mary J. High complai led to her sister of not feeling very well, and while she was yet speaking, she fell to the floor in a swoon. Medical assistance was hastily summoned and she gradually revived, but still (eels the effects of the shook and Is suffering lrom what seems like un attack of grip. Ou Tuesday afternoon, as David Porter was riding a horss belonging to Peter Young up through the gap at a furious rate, in turning a corner it slipped and fell, David being underneath it. He was carried into Kauffmans hardware store, and, as both Drs. Parke and Slavmaker were out of the place. Dr. Irwin of Christiana, was sent tor. Meantime David was removed to his home, and, when the doctor arrived, he found that tbe hone of the left leg was cracked above tbe ankle. Proper attention was given It and the young man is now doing as well as can be expected. As John Byer, of Hess, was starting from Gap after the fox hunt on Tuesday evening, he was attacked with vertigo and fell lrom his road cart. Fortunately the horse stopped and Mr. Syer was soon discovered by frieuds, who took care of him until he was able to start lor home once more. P. M. Bruner, of the Gap hotel, gave a fox hunt oil Tuesday aiternoou, which was largely attended and was quite a success. Tne fox on being liberated struck out for tbe Mine Hill, the dogs and the hunters following shortly alter. It was a good run, the f ix being captured by a young Skiles, a relative of Brisbin, the veteran hunter. THE NORMAL ANNIVERSARY Wilt Celebrate Its Thirty-eighth Birthday Next Friday Other News. Millersville, Jan. IS. -Special. Dr. Lyte, Mr. Hull, Mr. Lansinger, Miss Landes and Miss Brosnaban will attend the banquet of the Authracite Brauch o! the Alumni association in Pottsviile this evening. The thirty-eighth anniversary of the Normal Literary society will be held ou Friday evening, January 25th. Dr. A. E. Leamau, 83, will preside and Miss Erne-line Passmore, 92, will act as secretary. Dr. N. C. Shaefler will deliver the honorary oration and John IC. Andre, esq., 73, will have the Normal oration. Miss Ida E. Heyl, of Philadelphia, will give readings, and the musical programme will be furnished in part by the Misses Bundy. Amos Holliuger, John C. Manu, and J. B. Martin, as a committee of the board of trustees, paid a visit to the Normal class rooms on Wednesday. Dr. Lyte delivered a lecture at Rich boro, Bucks county, on Saturday evening on The War a Schoolmaster. There has been a considerable accession of new students since school reopened after the holiday vacation. DISPUTE OVER WAGES. STRICKEN LEACOCK. Second and Third Wards Name Men to Bo Voted For Other News. Manheim, Jan. 13. .Special. Nominations for candidates were made by the Republicans on Wednesday evening in the Second and Third wards, as follows: Second ward Council, J. B. Nissiey: school director, H. F. McCloud; assessor, Charles A. Dunlap; judge, Reuben J. Gohn; inspector, Jerome Bealor. Third ward Oouucil, E. P. Hostetler; school director, Henry E. Wenger; constable (unexpired term), Samuel Sliearter; assessor, William B. Carrolls; judge, Geo. F. Reynolds; inspector, Henry M. Hehgy. The Third ward and borough conventions will be held on Saturday evening. J. A. McAnulty spent several days in Washington ou a business trip. Miss Anna M. Ross, teacher of the Chestnut (Jroye school, Rapho, on Tues day gave her pupils a sleigh ride, and visited the Chickies, Mastersou vilie and Union Square schools. M. D. Weidman, butcher, Slaughtered for J. S. Yocum, proprietor of the American House, a porker that weighed 539 pouuds. A guess-box yielded the butcher over J 14. J. B. Nissiey and E. B. Boyd were in Philadelphia several days on a business trip. A. R. Reiff, M. M. Pfautz, James F. Eshleman aod Horace Martin, eujoyed a turkey dinner at tiie home of the latters parents, in Penn township, near Lititz ou Sunday. On Monday Manbeiins quota of contributions to the Nebraska sufferers will he sent away. The movement was started by a sermon preached by the Rev. Chas. E. Wehler on Sunday evening. Dr. J. H. Sieling was the recipient of a happy surprise on Tuesday evening, the 44ib anniversary of his birth. Members of the Zion Lutheran congregation to the number of nearly 40 gathered at tiis residence. Francis R. White, civil engineer, has gone to Cape Charles, Va., to resume work. Rev. L. H. W. Kline, tbe new pastor of the Grace Lutheran congregation, Man-helm, and the Hill and Petersburg churches, was given a courteous reception on Saturday evening by more than 30 members. Ou Sunday he preached Lis introductory sermons at the Hill and Manheim. On Sunday, January 20, he will preach at Petersburg. Rex. D. D. Lowery, D. D., pleached to a large congregation in Salem U. B. church on Sunday evening. The Mount Joy Dramatic company will Was 1 nr S1.8.T the Kata Per ly llarvMlV News Iriou 11 hM l ari. GnonviU.K, Jan. 17. tyivtuf. Last Monday afternoon an interesting hearing was held at Blue Ball, in Squire Wanner office. Tne difficulty was between Henry Stauffer, commission merchant, snd Robert Houck, day laborer. It appears that Mr. Houck worked two days at Stauffers at harvesting, and when the settlement was made Mr. Houck refused to take 51 per day and told M r. Stauffer he had received 51 25 at all the other places be had worked. But Stauffer declared he would not psv more Ilian 51. 00 per day. Houck then sued Stauffer charging at the rate of 51 25 per day. Stauffer theu agreed to pay Houck whatever the farmers would psv tu a 2'.j mile circle from Siautters farm. At t lie hearing some fifty gave testimony, some that paid $1 and others that paid 51 25. Squire Wanner will not give his decision until Thursday eveoiug and it is not yet known who will win. But the community think Houck wilt be the winner as more farmers paid 51-25 a day than fl- Many of our folks had an attack of the measles in the past month. No severe cases have been reported thus tar. H. W. Senseuieb slaughtered a porker on Monday that weighed 41S pounds. J. F. Bidden recently slaughtered one that tipped the beam at 080 pounds. News From Kphrata Townslitp Mvrrki.l, Jati. 17. .Special. On Sunday last David J. Kemper, residing about one mile east of Akron, gave a reception to bis reiaivts ami friends. The dinner was a nuiiiinotli lurkey of 30 pouuds, together with all the accompaniments. After dinner the guests amus-d themselves hv playing several interesting games. At a uie hour they all left, I ei ig greatly pleased with ttie proceedings of the day. Miss Anna Jacoby is staying at J. R. Messners duriug the week. Wm. Jacoby, of near MurreU, candidate for township assess ir, was out electioneering during the week. County Superintendent Brecht, accompanied by Wayna Bard, William Albright and Jacob Wissler, were visiting tbe schools of Epbrata township during the week. The county superintendent expressed himself us highly pleased with the work done. Next Sunday morning at 9:30 oclock there will be services in the Bergstrasse church in the Geruiau language. LOSS FROM FIRE AND WATER. A Midnight Blaze Damage. a Dry (inode Stors ami Art (iHlIery. About 12 o'clock Monday night lire wis discovered 111 ilia building owned liy Mbs Jennie lotls ou West King street, tills ally. On the first floor there aro two stores, one being occupied by Hard A Mo-Elroy, dry goods dealers, and tiie other by C. C. Dnttenlioflar, cigar nianulacturer. Tiie entire second floor and attic were or-copied by Faton C. Mohn, photographer. In the basement Frank F. Gegg lias a barber shop. Tho upper front part of the building was nearly destroyed emailing s loss of several hundred dollars to Mr. Mohn, while Bard A McElroy lost heavily by water and smoke. Water also poured through Into Rntlonlic. tier's store in w hich there were at least 80,000 cigars, most of which were soaked, while there was much damage to the other stock. The barber shopof young Gegg was completely flooded with water. The water from the firs soaked the building of Wm. Cooper ou the east side. Tiie wails were damaged, as was the carpet on the floor. The water also ran down into the shoe store of Jacob liork, damaging tiie ceiling. The roof was burned from the Sorrel Horse hotel annex, which was otherwise badly damaged by fire and water. Tiie tire was caused by a defective tlue. All the parties damaged are insured in amounts that will probably nearly cover the losses. Measles, Mumps and Various Otber Ail- lueuts Abound A School Entertainment. Leacock, Jan. 17. .Special ' The measles, mumps, cbiokeu-pox and sore throat are prevalent in this district. Stumptown school, A. L. Eby, teacher, will bold a grand entertainment on Friday evening In Bard's coach shops at Monterey. Tiie people are busy at their tobacco Some have finished and some have sold. A progressive euchre party was given in houor of Miss Ida A. Bard on Friday evening, January 1. from Northern Karl. i j Hinki.etowx, Jau. 17. Special. ; Rev. Johusou, pastor of tiie U. B. church ! of Hmkletown, delivered a tine sermon last Sunday morning, j Tha Hmkletown Union Sundav-school at its meeting held on Sunday elected the J following officers for the ensuing year: j Superintendent, Dr. S. A. Zell; assistant superintendent, Edward Nlxdor); secretary, Elam Reiter; librarians, Ida Fair and Martin Witmer; treasurer, Lydia Piautz; organist, Mrs. S. A. Zell. The pupils of tiie Hinkletown secondary school expect to have their lvceum Wednesday evenings instead of Friday afternoons. George Bard, of Uiukietown, slaughtered two heavy porke s recently, weighing 500 and 472 pounds respectively. A most happy Iamdy reunion was held at the hospitable residence of R. N. Win-terson Wednesday. A Bumptuonsdiuner wat served and the children and grand children present did ample justice to it. Charged With Embezzlement. Benjamin F. Eberly, ex-borough treasurer of Mount Joy, has been arrested on the charge of embezzlement, the prosecutor being his bondsman, Robert McFad-den, of Mouut Joy. Eberly is charged with having embezzled 5J00 of the boroughs funds while treasurer of Mouut Joy, which place he left four years ago, not returning until quite receutly, supposing that the statute of limitations bad cut out tbe case. The accused has waived a hearing and given bail for trial at January quarter sessions. It is claimed by a citizen of Mount Joy who claims to be conversant with the facts, that Eberly holds Robert McFad-dens receipt for payment in full with accrued interest to date (December 29, 1891) for moneys paid by McFadden as bonds man; that Eberly has been home for more tbau three years, and not only for a short time, and that he made full restitution to his bondsman more than three years ago (December 29, 1891) and all were satisfied then. Chester County News. Kennett Square ia having an epidemic of scarlet (ever. Measles are prevailing throughout Lower Oxford township. Three valuable hounds belonging to the Chadds Ford Hunting club were killed on the Wilmington and Northern rail road and one severely injured. The fox hunters of Chester county are importing foxes from Virginia. Tha home foxes no longer afford sporl; they have developed a tired feeling. Officers Elected. At the aunual meeting of the stockholders of the Philadelphia aud Beading Railroad eompauy on Monday these officers were re-elected: President, Joseph S. Harris; managers, A. J. Autelo, James Boyd, Joseph F. Sinuott, Thomas McKean, John Lowber Welsh, George F. Bear; treasurer, William A. Church; secretary, William R. Taylor, Tiie annual meeting of the stockholders of the Farmers Southern Market company was held Monday alteruoon at the Fouutalu Inn aud the following hoard of directors was elected: Wm. Aug. Atlee, esq, John H. Braekbill, John I. Hart-man, George Hasting, Joseph Harnisb, David Huber, Henry Huber, Jacob F. Klaus, Jacob McAllister, U. K. Slyers, Abram Shaub and John E. Snyder, esq. The Holland Breeders association held its aunual meeting on Monday at the office of the secretary, diaries F, Hager, )r, esq., and elected the following directors fortheyear: B. J. McGranu, D. IC. Burk holder, Phares S. Hershey, J. B. Keudig, VV. h. Wenger, J. H. Landis, A. H. Myliu, A. E. Hartman aud B. M. Mow ery. At a meeting of the board of managers of the Ann C. Witmer Home, Mrs. M. L. Herr was chosen to fill the vacancy on the board caused by the resignation of Mr. William Henderson. Horticulturists Eleot Officers. The State Horticultural society ad journed at Reading, Wednesday, to meet in West Chester next year. The following officers were elected: President, W. H. Moon, Morrisviile; vice presidents, H M. Engle, Marietta; Howard A. Chase, Philadelphia; H. S. Rupp, Shireman Station; recording secretary, E. B. Engle, Waynesboro; corresponding secretary, W, P. Briuton, Christiana; treasurer, J. Hib-berd Bartram.Mitltown; librarian, Thomas J. Edge, Harrisburg. fr.ViOO Stolon, Two masked men gained an entrance to the express ear of a Burlington tram near Ottumwa, Iowa, on Saturday night, hound and gagged the messenger am! baggageman, enquied the contents of the sale into a hair, and escaped. It is supposi il that they got about $5500. CN'tAlI.K litmus AT CHINA HALT The Leading Crockery Hoiim". POWDER Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar baking powder. Highest of all in leavening strength. Latest United States Government Food livi'ort. Koyal linking Powiler Co., 10G WhII St.. N. V. AKTIN KkiOS. Clothing Values Extraordinary. Many Are Possessing Themselves of the Bargains Here, We Want to Show Them to Too, Hi' K MSNS SUITS AND OCK 1ST O OLID STOCK, UNTO RUBBISH. We nve now prepared to furnish a complete line of staple joods. New beginners will do well to examine our stock. Satisfaction guaranteed. High & 15 East Kiiij? St., uug 2li '93 ly Martin, Lancaster, Pa. MEN'S OVERCOATS Ought to 1)6 866 by all ho arc spending money with watchfulness and are going to buy Clothing. $10 Suits reduced to $tJ,and $12 Suds reduced to $7, of which examples are this week mirrored in our window, ami are examples o! what Buyers can gum by visiting this GKEATE5T.OF ALL Cut-Price Clolliii'2 Sale. At$12youH find hero values that compare with suits costing formerly $15 to $18. Fine Overcoats cut from $2 to $15. BoysSuits and Overcoats at reduced prices. Ail-Wool Cassimere Suits teduced to $3 Besides Clothing yonll find burg iins hero and reduced prices on Underw ear. Half Hose, Flannel bhirts, Gloves, Neckwear and ool Jackets. All-Wool Sweaters reduced from $1.50 to $1.2.1. Never-Uip Overalls am! Jumpers reduced from toe. and 62c. to 31 Cents. Tills wonderful bargain was brought about by the closing of an overall factory. Don't miss them. Some arc buying two, three and foul' pairs. MARTIN BROS., 2G-28 North Queen St. LANCASTER, PA. dec.1 94 lvr JEW VO UK STOKE. Marietta Matters. The citizens of Maytowu are rejoicing oyer the report that the electric line will be extended to that place in the near iuture. Dr. H. M. Alexander has bought eight lots of ground from S. !3. Nagle for 51,000. Every candidate lor supervisor in East Donegal is confident of being elected, aud there are about ten of them in the field. The Donegal aud Conoy Mutual Fire Insurance company has elected the following directors to serve for three years: Amos Zigler, Barr Spangler, Ileury S. Rich aud Cyrus S. Herr. The board elected the following officers: President, Amos Zigler; secretary, Simon L. Brandt; treasurer, T. M. Grady. The pipes which connect Marietta with the reservoirs in the York county hills, passing under the Susquehanna river, are again broken by the ice. The company has erected a pump aud now provide a supply of Susquehanna river water until the pipe line is again repaired. $300 ia Charitable Bequests. By will Catharine F. Herr, of Bart township, has bequeathed 5200 to the trn-lees of Auios Herrs Mennonite churrd near Strasburg, the interest to be applied in keeping her and her husband's graves in order. She bequeathed 5100 to the trustee of Baughmans graveyard, in Bart township, the interest to be applied to keeping the giaves of her relatives in order. A Narrow Three small children of Samuel Nissiey. at Klinesyille, made a remarkably errrow escape from death under the wheels of a large car of the Ce'umbia aud Donegal railroad Tuesday morning. While coasting their sled ran directly in Iront of tiie car. The eldest of the children called to the others to roll from the sled, and they cleared the track just as the car crushed their sled to pieces. A New Loau Association. A charter has been issued by the state department to the Pennsylvania Stats BuildlDg and Loan association, of Lancaster, capital 51,000,000. The directors are: H. Bnrd Cassell, Marietta; John H. Landis, Miilersville; Jason R. Kaby, Intercourse; C. S. Hoffman, Elizabethtown; Levi R. Raezer, Bird-iu-Hand; John M. Groff, New Providence; Samuel Differ, Lancaster. Tbe Old Landmark Not to Go, The Inquirer has bjen informed by Mr. Smith, manager of the St. Charles turn ace at Columbia, that the staten ent made in these columns last week that the reported removal ot tne old St. Charles furnace is incorrect, that there is no intention of razing the old structure. Our informant was tiie Columbia News. Why We Dont Get Seeds. Representative Brosius writes tbat he has sent the remnant of his quota seeds, distributed by the agricultural bureau, to the western sufferers. Tiie Ex-Governor Will Lecture. Ex-Governor Beuver will deliver an address in tbs Lutheran church, Ephrata, on Thursday evening, February 21. Lumbertnans Leg Broken. While Park McClure, of Witmer, was unloading lumber on Monday a pile of beayy timber fell on him. His right leg was broken in two places. Our Moneyed Institutions. We have 3,705 national banks. A Carrier Pigeon Returns Home, Eight months ago a carrier pigeon belonging to John C. Diuan, president of the Hillside Homing club, of this city, was. released at Manassas, Virginia, being oi. e of a number engaged in a fly for the Shamrock silver cup. Dinans bird failed to return home; but Tuesday evening it appeared at its old coop. An examination of the bird showed that its wings had been clipped, blit as s ion as the feathers grew again the birds instinct turned it homeward. Accu.ed of Huebaud Beating. A suit of a peculiar character h-is jm-t been brought here by George W issuer, against his wile, the charge being assault and battery. Wissler i 77 yeais ot age, while liis wife is but 50 years old. He uo-cusos her ot brutal ueument, stating that she knocks him down, chokes him and otherwise maltreats him. The wife has been held lor a hearing. Three at a Birth. Ou Sunday night Mrs. Harry Ashby, who lives ou Beaver street, this city, gave birth to three children two girls and a boy. Mis. Ashby aud the babies are all doing well. M rs. Asbby is about 25 years old, below tbe average height, but healthy and of robust build. She ha one othei child. The babies are perlactiy formed, witu pretty features and are full of life. 6, 8 and 10 EAST KING ST. At Seasonable Goods Remarkably Low Prices! Two Thousand Pairs of CHILDREN'S HOSE, All ool. Wide or Narrow Rib. sizes 5 to S. vve have retailed quantities ot them at zSc. a pair. Now I2!4e ALI.-WOOL UNDERWEAR for MEN or WOMEN Natural Woo', All Sizes, at 75c., $1 and $1.25 apiece a saving of 25c. on each gai incut. A Prohibition League Formed, On Saturday evening a number of Prohibitionists of Erst Lampeter, met at the home ot Oram D. Brubaker aud organized a Prohibition Leage. The regular meetings will be held once a mouth at Mr. Brubakers. The next meeting will be ou the 23d of February. Patent Granted. Simon B. Miuuich, ot Laudisville, has been granted a patent fir a new oounter-sink tool, In two bits or drills, soarranged aud combined that cue will bore the central hole while the other cuts the taper recess in the upper end. Felt Forty Feet and Broke a Leg. John Leonard, jr., while storing ice at Colebrook, on Thursday fell from an ice run a distance of forty feet. Ill right leg was broken and it is thought lie was injured internally. Dress Goods Bargains. ALL. WOOL PLMD I LOTH 3 and CHEVIOTS, 38 Indies Wide, Heavy Weights, a Variety of Styles, reduced from 37)40. and cue. to 25c. a yard, COLORED wool, WHIPCORDS. Yard Wide All Shades, foi nier price 25c., now 12)0. a yard. ALL-WOOL NOVELTIES, Very Desirable Styles, in Plaids Stiipes'and Small Effects a Decided Bui gain ul v.c. a yard. Blanket Bargains. Full Sizes, at 4Sc. and HSo'(IIMII &' RIBNER'5 S MAGAZINE i!e iUKT. SCRIBNERS MAGAZINE iY special arriintrement. with tlio publishers we are enabled to I oiler SUK I IPS Lit 8 ?d AG AZIN IS lor 1S!)5 and a lull years subscription to THE LANCASTER INQUIRER For .'t'3.7. If purchased separately these periodicals would cost WHITE or GRAY. 75c. a pair. Fifty Pairs of lfl-4 WHITE BLANKETS down from $1 50 to $1 a pair. ALL-WOOL BLANKETS, Best Values Ever Ottered: 10 4, at $J a pair. 11-4 at $3 75 and 12-4 at $4 50 a pair. HNEST CAL1FORNI.VS at Jh. 7 and 19-just $2 a pair under former prices. Mnff Banrains. BLACK HAtlt MUFFS. 25c. apiece. BLACK CONEY MUFFS at 50c. ; former price, Si. WATT IT IS TIIH ILAN OF SCItIBNEUS to give its readers next year a history of the past 25 years in the United States. (lS00-95.) These years have been unparalleled in the history of the world for national development and material progress. The narrative will be written in a graphic and picturesque style by President Andrews, of Brown University, and capable artists will illustrate it. ROIJHKT G KANT, whose Reflections of a Married Man will long he remembered, has written a series of articles on The Art of Living, in which he sets himself to solve, as far as such problems can be solved, questions which beset every well-to-do family: The Income The Dwelling Household Expenses Education of Children Married and Single Life The Summer Froblem, etc., etc. Beautifully illustrated. GEOKGE MEUEDITII, whom more than one good authority ha3 pronounced the greatest of living novelists, has written a strong serial, The Amazing Marriage, to begin in January. WI). IIOWELLS will contribute a novel entitled The Story of a Play. IX THE LAND OF DON QUIXOTE will be a series of three sketches illustrated by a number of Daniel Yierges wonderful drawings. SINGLE ARTICLES in great variety have been arranged for and the illustrations will be elaborate. SCRIBNERS FOR 1895 WILL BE BETTER THAN EVER. CHARLES SCRIBNERS SONS, 153-157 Fifth Avenue, N. Y. dec 2.) 4fc WHERE DIRT GATHERS, WASTE RULES. GREAT SAYING RESULTS FROM TIIE USE OF SAPOLIO jan 12 ft 6, 8 and 10 East King St. Jan 94-lv PHILIP SC1HJJ1, SU.V & CO, MANUFACTORY No. 150 South Water Street LANCASTER. PA." Well known manufacturers of genuine LANCASTER QUILTS. COUNTERPANES, COVERLETS. BLANKETS, CARPETS, CARFET CHAIN. STOCKING YARN, &c. 9- custom Rag Carpets a Specialty.-: LANCASTER FANCY . RyEiNG establish men' Dress Goods Dyed either in the piece or in Garments ; also, all kinds of SHks, h'.bbon Linens Colton and Woolea Goods Pved. Gentlemens Goats, Overcoats, Pants, Vests. &c.. Dyed or Scoured. also. Indigo Blue Dveing done. All orders or gooffs left with us will receive proumt attention. COAL! COAL! Coal of the best quality put up expressly for family use, and at the lowest market ratea- TRY A SAMPLE TON Yard 158 South Water Sireet. Connected with Telephone. PHILIP SCHUM, SON & CO. lebl9-9.Mv WE HAVE A ROBE !AT 12 & 1 49 That is the Equal ot Buffalo liohe. any We have a Horse Blanket for $1, with Red, White, Blue, Yellow, Black and Dial) stripes in it tlmlls worth any man's il 50. 1 he largest line oi these goods in Lancaster. Trunks and Bags. Everyone knows We are headquarters for these goods, but every one does not know that we have surpassed ourselves this season We have haul made to order a fiauve Grip, leather lined with leather covered frame and cleat, Latent Gold open with heat nickel trimmings, IS inch tor $3.3;), that would be a handsome gilt to a young lady. We always did Have the best liaine for the money: we have jet and mean to have in the Iuture. Krcckcis Harness Store, 30 Centre Square. 3CD17J1-1V J. B. MARTIN & CO. ANOTHER LOT ON THE COUNTERS OF Ladies' Scarlet Vests aod Drawers, REDUCED FROM $1 to 50c, S3 to SI. LADIES WHITE VESTS, S3. 50 (Kalily at SI-SI. 50 qualify at 75c. 50c quality at 33c, 30c quality at ISc. Children's Underwear at Half Price, MENS UNDERWEAR. SCARLET UNDERWEAR, WHITE UNDERWEAR, NATURAL WOOL UNDERWEAR, AT LOWER PRICES THAN COST OF MANUFACTURE. J, B, MARTIN k CO,, Cor. West King and Prince Sts., LANCASTER, FA. DIRECTIONS S L for using ATA FI Fs H CREAM BALM WFEVEH, Apply a particle of j the Balm well upj into the nostrils, j After a moment! draw strong breath J through the nose Use three times a ilny .after meals pre- s ferred, and before I retiring. ELY'S CREAM BALM Opens and cleanses j the Nasal Passages, i Allays Pain and In- tlammalion. Heals MjiSuy g r K.VL 5? i he Sores, Protects the membiane from Colds. KestO'es the Senses ot Taste and Smell. The Balm is quickly absorbed and gives relief at once. Price 50 rents at Druggists or by mail. 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