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LANCASTER DAILt INtELLIGENCER. 'iJilliSDAY JULY 8, 1880.
borrowed since the new constitution was
adopted was te pay off obligations that
existed prier te that instrument,
and the application of the money te such
a purpose, Mr. McMulIcn claimed,does net,
i- within the meaning of the law, constitute
an increase of the debt. Tiiis lean will
net increase the debt of the city ; its effect
will only be te change one set of creditors,
who are clamorous for their money, for
another set who arc glad te lean their
money te the city and pocket the interest
en se safe au investment. Mr. McMullen,
did net believe that the constitutional limit
was reached in view of the facts stated.
Ne one else bad anything te say, se the
yeas and nays were called en the adoption
of the bill, and resulted as fellows :
Yeas : Messrs. Barnes, Beard, Berger,
Brown, Cormeny, Cox, Franklin, Hartley,
Hays, Hershcy, Lichty, McMullen, Sing,
Smcych, Snyder, Springer, White, Lever
go h1, president 18.
Nays : Messrs. Albert and Jehnsen 2.
The necessary two-thirds having voted
in favor of the measure it was declared
adopted, notwithstanding the veto of the
As will be seen in the rcpeit of select
council proceedings, the bill failed te se
cure the necessary vote in that body, and
therefore fails te become a law.
After the vote had been tak;u Mr. Hays
re.-e and indignantly repudiated the asser
tions of the mayor, charging the ceinmit-
tee with brcukiug the law. He was net
going te sit and listen te such language
Select Council ItusiuesH.
Frem select council were reported a
number of papers acted en in that body,
among them the resolution adopted at the
special meeting held June 23, referring the
matter of lighting the- city with gas back
te the lamp committee te invite new pro
posals, together with the communications
from the Lancaster gas company and the
Lancaster gaslight and fuel company.
Common council refused te concur in the
.lotion of select council.
Select council concurred in the action of
common council adopting the recommen
dations of the street committee in its re
port of June 2.
Iiici-eaHltig Width of Sidewalks.
Common council ordinance Ne. 2, te in
crease the width of pavements, introduced
June 2:5, was taken up, read second and
thiid times and unanimously adopted. In
select council it was read three times ami
unanimously adopted. It is as fellows :
Increasing the width of sidewalks en North
Miircn stiret lu'tweeii PeiinSiiuareand Orange
street, and authorizing Council- by Joint revo
lution te change the width et sidewalks in the
city el Lancaster in certain cases.
Mjiiiiin i. Ke It ordained by I lie Select and
Common Councils el the city of Lancaster,
that the width el the sidewalks or pavements
I en North Queen street (en both sides) betu een
r IViiu Muureand Orange street be incrca-cd
Ma-, ll. That owners of property en said
North Queen sticel between 1'ciui square anil
Orange street shall be required immediately
after the passage of this ordinance te set curb
stones se as te make the said sidewalks con
form te the increased widtli provided ler in
.section 1; and that liidctaulithcrcet the Street
Committee shall have such curbstones set as
provided ler by existing ordinances, at the
eest el l lie sum owners ei property,
m:c. in. That lreui and alter the passage el
t Ids ei dtnaucc whenever two-thirds of the own ewn own
crsel property abut lingen any street or square
efaslicet, in theeityel I .anexster, shall peti
tion Councils te have the width of the Ride
wall; s or pavements en said street ersquare of
astreetciianged. Councils may by joint reso
lution provide ter the change prayed ter, at
the cost ettlie owners el the respective prop prep
ertiesabutting en said street or square.
The bill or Allan A. Hcrr, civil engineer,
Frank S. Burrowes and Lorenze D. Hcrr,
for surveying and changing city plans, sis
per order of court, dated May 12, 1880,
amounting te $81.25, was presented and
referred te the finance committee.
The petition of Moses Hellinger, asking
for additional pay in the sum of $20,
for services in making out the city tax du
plicate (for which his bid had been $2e)
was read and filed.
The petition of Bernard Bcrgcy, a rest
dent of the Eighth ward, praying for exen
eratien from ceitain liens of the city
against his property, was presented by Mr.
Lichty and referred te the finance commit
tee. Select council concurred.
Petitions for street work were presented
- as fellows and referred te the street com
By Mr. Cox : Fer repair of crossing ever
Keckkuul and Middle streets.
By Mr. McMullen : Fer macadamising
irange street east of Ann.
By Mr. Franklin : Fer inlets at the
sewer corner of Walnut and Concord
By Mr. Snyder : Fer crossings at the
corner of West Walnut street and Lancas
Mr. McMullen presented the following
ordinance which was read once and referred
te the street committee :
An ordinance pieviding for uniform curb
stones in the Cily of Lancaster:
sec. I. lie it ordained by the Select and Cem-
meii Councils of the City et Lancaster:
That in all cases where bv existing
ordinances curb-tones are required le be set
bv the owners of any lets situated and bound
ed upon any public street or alley within the
city el Lancaster, such curbstones shall be el
granite .stone, with an uppcrer top edge seven
inches thick, net less than twenty inches wide,
nor less than live feet leng: and the upper or
top edge ami me much et the side facing the
street as will be exposed above the surlace of
gutter, shall be dressed te an even and straight
Ma-. II. That In case of default by owners of
pmpcrty teset cnrbtoneset the quality and
dimensions provided for in Sec. 1, the street
1 committee shall proceed te have such curb-,
set as and in the manner provided by ordi
nance new in leree, at the cost of such own
ers of property.
Mr. Jehnsen presented a resolution in
structing the street committee te report te
councils en the necessity of crossings at
the corner of Shippen and Chestnut
streets, which was referred te the street
Mr. Franklin rose for information con
cerning the extensive repairs at the reser
voir, which he understood te involve a
large amount of money, and which had
never been ordered by councils.
Mr. Brown, of the water committee, re
plied at length, defending the course of
the water committee in making these re
pairs, claiming them te be necessary and
important, and said that the work will be
well done, though it is of greater magni
tude than at first anticipated by the com
mittee, who had found, instead of a small
fissure, a serious leak in the bed of the
basin which required instant attention.
Jehn Haberbush, of ltethsvillc, who was
sent te jail ler 15 days en Saturday, was
taken before Judge Livingston en a writ of
habeas corpus yesterday afternoon and was
discharged, the prosecutor, committing
magistrate and all agreeing te it.
Barbary Coast leeks very dull te-day, a
large number of lawyers are spending the
day at Sicily Island and ethers are busy
preparing te leavs town or cooler places.
Lancaster County Counted Up.
The last census enumerator te report,
Jehn Smith, of East Lampeter, has filed
his returns and the following table, ex
hibiting the population of Lancaster coun
ty by wards and townships, is new com
Caei nar von
Cecal ice West
Denegal Kast ,
Mt. Jey borough ,
Mt. Jey township
Mrasburg township ...
ill 4 2785
Totals in 1S70
And Hew He Was Dene Fer.
We briefly noticed yesterday that a Lan
caster county innocent had been taken in
and done for at the bunke game by some
sharps in Beading. The Beading Eagle
gives the following particulars of the
Anion Eituier, hailing from Lincoln,
Lancaster county, was walking along Pcnn
stieet, when he was accosted by a man, an
entire stranger te him, who ran up te him,
and heartily shook him by the hand
saying: "Hew d'yeu de".'" Mr. Eit
uier replied that he had the better of him,
as he was net awaic that he had met
him before. Mr. Eitnier formerly kept
a hotel in this city, and is well known
here. "Oh, replied the stranger," I knew
you very well." He then went ou te say
that his father, Horatio Trexlcr, president
of the Farmers' bank, was very well ac
quainted with Mr. Eituier, and that he, the
son, was often at his place when he kept iu
Beading. He inquired after Mr. Eitnier's
family and their general welfare, and was
very solicitous te knew alt about them.
Matters ran en iu this way when the sup
posed Mr. Trexlcr told Mr. Eitnier that he
was about leaving the city for the het sea
son and that he had two bcautil til ou paint
ings, which he desired te jet rid of, and he
though he could de nothing better than
present them te his lather s old friend,
Capital idea ! They would be just the things
toadern his Lancaster county place. Would
Mr. Eitnier step down this street and leek
at them'. Certainly. While en the way
the stranger informed Mr. Eitnier that
he had been very successful in a lottery,
and that he migiit just as well draw the
money new. They would then leek at the
pictures, lie took Mr. Eitnier te the room
en Court street above Fifth, where the
stranjrer s confederate sat behind a small
desk, twirling his mustache, and looking
very unconcerned. Mr. .httuicr s friend
laid down his lottery ticket and received
in return a roll of bills amounting te several
hundred dollars. The lottery dealer asked
him te take another chance, but the sup
posed Mr. Trexlcr replied, ''Oh, no,"
and was about te depart, when he was
called back and shown some of the prizes
in the euvelepes before him. One picked
up at random contained $:J80. By Jove !
that was something trying for. Mr. Eit
nier was asked te take a chance. Yes, but
he didn't have the money only $le. He
thought, however, that he had struck a
bonanza, and was se impressed with what
he had seen that he departed, and bor
rowed $100 from a friend, a business man
of this city. He new returned with $113.
Mr. Trexlcr and himself were te buy a
ticket together.' He laid down his money,
and what happened subsequently is a
perfect blank. He only remembers
that lie deposited $115 ; that in less
time that is takes te tell it the swindlers
had decamped, and he was left standing in
the room, dumfounded and alone. He
was net slew iu gathering his senses, how
ever, and immediately informed the police
of Ins less, the city was threughly
searched, and every effort made te ferret
out the swindlers, but it was net until late
in the afternoon that it was discovered
that the blithe-looking .strangers had hired
a team several hours before, then driven
te Birdsboro, and there get en the train
bound for Philadelphia. It is doubtful if
Mr. Eitnier's money will ever be recovered.
Kxcursien te Sicily Island.
This morning at 5 o'clock the excursion
te Sicily Island left this city, taking 183
persons. The ether trains leaving the city
during the forenoon took a number who
were unable te get away en the early train
and the crowd at the island will probably
number ever two hundred.
The Sunday school of St. Paul's Reform Referm
cd church is picnicking at What-Glen to
day. The crowd which left the city in
'buses this morning was very large.
Yesterday a leap-year picnic was given
at What Glen by a number of young ladies
of this city. It was largely attended and
all present enjoyed themselves heartily.
Te-morrow the colored people of this city
will held a picnic at Shcnk's weeds, near
Millersvillc. A geld-headed cane and a
silver cup will be given te the best gentle"
man and lady waltzers.
The Poorhouse I tarn.
The beaid of peer directors held a meet
ing yesterday te take action in regard te
the Korheusc barn, which was burned en
Sunday. Five members of the beard and
the county commissioners were present.
It was resolved by the beard te rebuild the
barn at once, and a building committee
was appointed, te consist of D. B. Landis,
II. II. Ilehrcr and Jehn Shultz. The new
barn will be almost exactly like the one de
stroyed and it will be of the same size.
The furnishing of lumber and the carpen
ter work will be given out te the lowest
bidder. ' The building committee will held
a meeting te-morrow.
Meeting of the Medical Seclety.
The Lancaster county medical society
held its monthly meeting in the hall of the
Grand Army yesterday. President Thomp
son was in the chair and the following
members were present : Drs. Atlee and
Albright, of Lancaster; Black, Strasburg;
Carpenter and Compten, Lancaster ; Craig,
Columbia ; M. L. Davis, Millersville ;
Ehler, Lancaster ; Iliestand, Mt. Jey ; M.
L. Herr, Lancaster ; B. F. Ilerr, Millers
ville; Hurtz, Lititz; Kendig, Salunga:
Kehler, New Helland ; Livingston. Mount
ville ; Mowery, Conestoga Centre ; J. II.
Musscr, Lampeter ; Miller, Bird -in-Hand ;
Roebuck, Lititz ; Reimensuyder, Ilinkle Ilinkle
tewn ; W. II. Smith, Intercourse ; Thomp
son, Wrightsville ; Welchans, Lancaster ;
Weaver, Strasburg ; Yest, Bethesda ;
Ziegler, sr., and Ziegler, jr., Mt. Jey,
and Blackwood, Lancaster.
A new constitution was adopted and
Drs. Brubaker, of Akren, and Keueagy, of
Strasburg, were elected members of the
A committee of arrangements for
the reception of the state medical society,
which meets in this city, next spring was
appointed; It consists of Drs. Carpenter,
Liueawcaver, Ziegler, B. Leamau and M.
Ne ether business of importance was
transacted and the society adjourned te
meet en the first Wednesday of next
A meeting of the Hommepathic medical
society, Lancaster and Yerk counties, took
place at Wild Cat Falls, yesterday, and
was well attended by members from both
The general health was pronounced
Dr. Biuklcy, of Yerk, repotted a large
number of cases of malarial rheumatism.
Dr. Armer, of Columbia, read an inter
iug paper en the obstacles te maternity.
Dr. Frantz reported some cases of true
diphtheria in families who have recently
moved te this city.
Dr. Bellinger read a paper en fistula.
Dr.Huebcncr reported an intercstingcase
After a very interesting meeting, a ban
quet was prepared by Mrs. S.iyler, of Co
lumbia. Adjourned te meet at Columbia, en Oc
SUM M Kit I.EJSUKi:.
People Who Want te Keep Coel.
Benjamin Miller, of Miller & Hart man,
grocers, and family, left for Ocean Greve,
and Samuel M. Myers, of Myers fc Ratli Ratli
feu, took his family te the same place this
Jehn A. Hicstaud, esq., of the Exnmihcr,
will endeavor te keep cool at Bedford, for
which place he started this afternoon.
Charles A. Ileinitsh and wife have gene
te Leng Branch.
Rev. C. F. Knight and family are at
Saybrook Point, Connecticut.
Samuel II. Reynolds, esq., ami family,
left for Bedford springs, this morning.
Jehn J. Strine, of the Bald Eagle hotel,
Philadelphia, arrived in town yesterday,
and he will spend his vacation here.
Geerge M. Kline, esq., and family left
te-day for Asbtiry Park.
Mrs. O. J. Dickey and family have left
Everything is dull around the station
house te-day. There was no one there
ever last night.
Philip Bence was sent te jail by Alder
man Dennelly, of the Seventh ward, for
drunken and disorderly conduct. He was
given a short sentence in order te allow
him time te reflect.
Alderman McCouemy had one customer
this morning and that was a countryman,
who was arrested while drunk by Officer
Weitzel. He was let off en payment of
A Tey ICalloeii's Trip.
Mention was made in a recent issue of
the finding at Bowmansville, this county,
of several het air balloons that had been
sent off from Lebanon. Mr. Mai tin Rudy,
of this city, calls attention te the fact that
en the 21st of May last at 7 o'clock in the
evening he sent off an ordinary toy balloon
with his name attached. The balloon was
found the next morning at 10 o'clock by
E. Clinten Walter, at Ashland, Schuylkill
county, having accomplished the distance
of mere than a hundred miles ever night.
The Reading railroad will run a special
excursion train te Quarryville en Sunday,
for the purpose of allowing persons from
this city te attend the colored campnieet
ing which will be held here. The prospects
are that this will be a large camp, as many
colored people from this city are going te
attend, including a band of jubilee singers.
The train leaves King Street at 8 in the
morning, and returning leaves Quarry
ville at 8 in the evening.
U rove Services.
The Sabbath-school of the Evangelical
association, of Millersville, will held their
annual picnic en Saturday, July 10, iu the
Millersville park. The school will lcave
the Evangelical church at 9 a. m., accem.
panicd by the Millersville cornet band,
which will be in attendance all day. On
Sunday there will be services in the same
place, consisting of preaching and ether
Last night thieves visited the premises
of Mrs. H. K. Stencr, in West Lampeter
township, and stele eleven grew n chickens
en the place, leaving nothing but young
ones behind This is the fourth time Mrs.
Stener has been robbed of poultry within
a year, and some one is certainly enjoying
a geed pet-pie at her expense.
This morning Peter Hillyard, a colored
hed carrier, at work at St. James church,
while climbing a ladder, was struck en the
head by a brick, which fell from a hed
carried by another man, who was above
him en the same ladder. He received an
ugly cut, but was able te go te work im
mediately. Sale of Keal Estate.
Isaac Diller sold at private sale te Jehn
P. Wolf a double one-story brick dwelling
house, Nes. 208 and 210 North Mulberry
street, near Chestnut, for $1,430. Mr.
Wolf intends erecting en the grounds two
new houses at an early day.
We have just received a Pine Line of
which at this appropriate season is in great demand.
Silver Lace Pins,
Silver Hair Pins,
Silver Ear Rings,
Silver Sleeve Links,
Silver Scarf Pins,
m Silver Initials, &c.
They are pretty in design and quite inexpensive. The sales
of these goods in the large cities during the past month have
been immense, and in anticipation of much inquiry we have put
in an unusually large stock.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 "West King Street.
DIVIDING THE EXPENSES.
The Costs In the l'ickering Valley ICailread
When the persons injured by the acci
dent en the Pickering Valley railroad in
October, 1877 determined te bring suit
against the Icssess of the read, the Philr
dclphia and Reading railroad, it was
agreed that Harmen Andersen's should
be the test case. In case he lest his suit
each person was te contribute $40, or the
necessary part thercof,te help make up the
costs,and in case of winning the ethers were
te pay their proportionate share of the ex
penses. Mr. Andersen's case was tried in
Lancaster county and a verdict given in
his favor when the railroad company ap
pealed te the supreme court. Before ap
pealing the company had te give personal
security for the costs and award, and gave
Franklin B. Gewcn and Themas M. Rich
ards, general coal agent of the com
pany. The supreme court decided
against the railroad and the appeal
turned out te be a lucky thing for
Mr. Andersen, as in the meantime the
railroad had become utterly bankrupt. A
check for $1,800, award and costs, was
sent te Chas. II. Pennypacker, esq., of
West Chester, attorney for Mr. Andersen,
and he has arranged for a meeting of all
the suitors, some 40 or 43 in number, at
his eflicc ou July 31st te decide en the
future plan of action and arrange about
the amounts due from each en the expenses
incurred by Mr. Andersen. The ceuit
costs were paid by the railroad, but outside
of this the costs have amounted te ever
$1,200, which money Mr. Andersen raised
by meitgaging his farm.
lireach of lreniic.
Mary Ann Eckmau, of Drumore Centre,
Di'Uinerc township, has entered suit in the
prothenotary's eflice against Washington
Harbison, for breach of premise.
Ceuit will net meet again until Satin -day,
August 14th, and en Monday, thclGth,
the regular August term of quarter ses
sions will beifin.
The two eldest people in Earl township,
according te the census returns, aie
Michael Hildcbrand and ex-Sheriff Adam
Bair. Beth are 92 years of age.
St. .1 aceis's Oil having come te my notice, I
determined te try some ler Uhcuinatistn,
liieli has troubled me mere or less ler the last
two years, and I lind St. Jacob's Oil all that it
is claimed te be. 1 use a little, as 1 feel the ef
fects of the old complaint coining en, and in it
tlieie is instant relief ; se I de recommend it
te every one that is troubled with ltheuiim
tiMii. Samuel IHcksex,
:J"y Jlewcs Street, llrenklyn. New Yerk.
I'lcerative weakness untl debilitating hu
mors of lcmnlcs cured by Malt Hitters.
There is no liin Like Toetli-aclie!
It "beats the dogs" for making a fellow
squirm. Nobody pities you. '"Get it out,"
says one ; "rub the teeth against a stone," says
anether: when it begins te swell then it won't
hurt se much," says it third. The reason of
the ache is you didn't use SOZOIOXT,and
pi event your teeth from decay.
Our sharp reporter was neatly shaved ye
terday w ith Cutictira Shaving Soup.
"Ir. I.indsey's llloed Searcher," by pnri ty
ing tiie system, seltens the skin and beautifies
The Cause Discovered.
Most of the readers whose eyes scan these
pages have suffered from headache, lassitude,
nausea or pains in the back; but we doubt if
they knew what the cause was. In nine cases
out of ten it was sonic trouble with the kid
neys or liver. This Is a truth which has just
become known, and the result which Warner's
Pate Kidney and Mvcr Cure has accomplished.
The above named troubles are caused by dis
ordered kidneys and liver, and the remedy
which cures the cause banishes the pains
which arise from. it. jyl-2wd&w
Try I.echer's Itcnewncd Cough Syrup.
Statistics prove that twenty-nve per cent,
of the deaths in our larger cities are caused by
consumption, and when we reflect that this
terrible disease In its worst stage will yield te
a bottle of Loeher's itcnewncd Cough Syrup,
shall we ce'idemn the sufferers ter their negli
gence, or pity them for their Ignorance? Xe!
J East King street.
Try I.echer's Kenewned Cough Syrup.
Half the ills of human life proceed lreui a
torpid and disordered liver. Submit te them
no longer while "Sellers' Liver Pills" will
cure you quickly. 23 cents per box.
Thousands are new feeling the effects el this
depressing weather, and experience a less of
appetite, less of red bleed, have become pale,
and arc very languid. We advise them te re
sort immediately te the great Bleed Puriller,
Illoed Enricher, and Perfect Health Giver, Dr.
Browning's Tonic and Alterative. Price 50
cents and $1. Fer sale by its author and sole
Proprietor, W. Champien Browning, M. 1).,
1117 Arch Street, Philadelphia, and all Drug
Try I.echer's Kenewned Cough Syrup.
A Great .Enterprise.
The Hep Bitters Manufacturing Company
is one of Rochester's greatest business enter
prises. Their Hep Bitters have reached a sale
beyond all precedent, having from their in
trinsic value found their way into almost CTery
household in the land. Graphic.
Try Loeher's Kenewned Cough Syrup
Te Check Diarrheea.
Diarrhnca is a complaint that the human
family suffer mere from at this time of the
year than from any ether, and should be treat
ed very carefully in order te restore tliebewcls
te their proper strength. There is a wine made
in Xew Jersey and sold by our druggists, call
ed Specr's Pert Grape Wine, which Is being
used very successfully In diarrheea cases. In
fact, it is conceded by chemists te contain just
such proportions as gradually check the fer
menting in the bowels and add tone and vigor
te the system, se as te withstand the miasmatic
climate against these preveallng complaints.
The wine is rich in body and is an excellent
tonic, keeping the functions of the bowels in
their proper condition. Evening Pett.
This wine is endorsed by Drs. Atlee and
Davis, and sold by II. . Slaymaker.
Brown's Household lanacea
Is the most effective Pain Destroyer in the
world. Will most surely quicken the bleed
whether taken internally erapplied externally
and thereby mere certainly KELIEVE PAIN,
whether chronic or acute, than any ether pain
alleviator, and it is warranted double the
strength et any similar preparation.
It cures pain in tlie Side, Back or Bowels,
Sere Threat, Rheumatism, Toothache and ALL
ACHES, and is the GKEAT KELIEVElt OF
PAIN. "BROWN'S HOUSEHOLD PANA
C E A " should be In every family. A teaspoon teaspeon teaspoen
tul et the Panacea in a tumbler et het water
(sweetened, if preferred), taken at bedtime,
will BREAK UP A COLD. 23 cents a bottle.
Fer sale at H. B. Cochran & Ce's Drug Stere
North Queen street. Lancaster.
Undoubtedly with children, attributed toethel,
causes, is occasioned by Worms. BROWN'S
VERMIFUGE COMFITS, or Werm Lozenges
although effectual in destroying worms, can
de no pesible injury te the most delicate child
This valuable combination lias been success
fully used by physicians, and found te be ab
solutely sure in eradicating worms. Twenty
live cuts a box. fianlMvd&wTuTli&S
Gillesi'ie. Iii this city, en the 7th inst., Miss
Mary A. Gillespie, aged W years.
The relatives and friends of the family are
respectfully invited te attend the funeral,
from the residence of her father. West Vine
street, en Saturday morning at 'J o'clock. Std
BitESEMAN. At Mount Auburn. Cincinnati,
Ohie, ou Monday, July 5th, at 4 o'clock, p. in.,
usy W., daughter of II. H. and Emma B.
Iil-euemau, aged 5 years and 5 months. ltd
. A New Twe-story Brick Heuse, 105 Locust
street ; $11 a mouth. Inquire at
jy7-3tl 40 LOCUST STREET.
L Insure your Creps against less or damage
by hall at BAUSMAN A BURNS'S
Insurance Oflicc, 10 West Orange Street.
A MEETING OF THE SIXTH WARD
Hancock and English Club, will be held
en FRIDAY EVENING at 1 o'clock, at the
Schiller Heuse, North Queen street, for per
manent organization. jyS-2td
SALE OF OLD LU1UIIEK.
Will be sold at public sale, at Ne. 438 North
Mulberry street, en TO-MORROW (FRI
DAY) MORNING, a large let of Old Lumber
in geed condition.
Sale te commence at !) o'clock."
Jacoh Ucxdakkr, Auctioneer. It
NOTICE TO THE CITV DEMOCRACY.
The members of the City Executive C0111-mlttcc-elect
and of the County Committee
train the several Wards of this City, and the
Presidents, Secretaries and Treasurers of the
seveial Hancock Clubs of the different Wards,
will meet at J. A. Sprengcr's Saleen, en
THURSDAY EVENING, JULY' 8th, 1880, at 8
o'clock, sharp, ler important business.
W. U. HENSEL,
jyii-til Chairman County Committee.
INSTATE Or ANDKEWSTEWAKT, LATE
ll of Lancaster City, deceased. The under
sigred Auditor, appointed te distribute the
balance remaining in the hands of Jehn B.
Geed, esq., trustee te sell real estate, te and
among these legally entitled te the same, will
sit ler that purpose en WEDNESDAY, the
23th flay of AUGUST, 1880, at 10 o'clock a. 111.,
in the Library Roem of the Court Heuse, in
the city of Lancaster, where. all persons inter
ested in said distribution may attend.
W. F. BEYER,
ISSOI.CTIOX OF PARTNERSHIP.
The partnership heretofore existing be
tween R. A. Smith ami Henry Carpenter, and
trading as It. A. SMITH A CO., has this day
been dissolved by mutual consent. All per
sons indebted te the late firm will please make
payment, and these having claims against the
same will present them te R. A. Smith for set
tlement. W. A. MORTON having purchased
our stock, fixtures and geed will, wc beg a con
tinuance of our patronage te him ; he will con
tinue the business at the old stand under the
firm name et R. A. SMITH ."t CO.
R. A. SMITH,
Lammsteu, July 8, 18S0. ltd
In Black, Drab and Green. Handsome Land
scape sold by the feet in any quantity.
We make SCREENS te order, and in such a
manner that you need net remove when you
close the window ; a very great advantage.
Wherea Screen is made that must be taken
out when you lower the sash, it is troublesome
te handle, always in the way and will wear out
in half the time.
We make them in Pine and Walnut Frames
anil cost you no mere than the Patent Screens,
and are much mere deslmblc.
A let of Ends et
will be sold low in order te close out.
Our store will close at 7 p. in (except Satur
days) until the 1st et September.
PHARES W. FRY,
Ne. 57 NORTH QUEEN ST.
WANTED .EVERYBODY TO ADVEK
tise, free of charge, in the Ihtkllkikn
ckk. who wants something te de.
IAGS! RAGS! RAGS! RAGS WANTED
t Housekeepers take notice that we are
paying 2 cents a pound for MIXED KAGS.
Cash paid as seen as delivered te
anr&nnd Xe. 255 West King Street.
DR. S. It. FOREMAN,
(PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON),
Removed from Ne. 18 Seuth Prince street te
Ne. 211 West King street, Lancaster, Pa.
Lancaster Orp Manufactory
Without a doubt furnish the FINEST IN
STRUMENTS in the Market. Wureroems 320
North Queen street, Manufactory in the rear.
Branch Oflice, 15 East King Street.
Alex. McKillips, Proprietor.
Alse Agent for Lancaster County for
CIIICKERINGA SON'S Celebrated
A Full Line et Sheet and ether Music, Small
Instruments. Violins. Banjos, Band Instru
ments, Ac always en hand. flS-lydS&lyw
THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 8, 1880.
WEATHER INDICATIONS. .
Washington, July 8. Fer the 3Iid
dle Atlantic states, partly cloudy weather,
southerly winds, stationary temperature
Shet and Killed a Farmer.
Danville, July 8. On Tuesday even
ing Clem. Estes, a negre, shot and killed
Jeseph H. Estes, a young white farmer,
near Cascade village, this county. The
altercation grew out of an alleged asault by
the deceased upon a female relative of the
homicide last Saturday evening. The girl
was getting vegetables in a garden of the
deceased against his prohibition, and he
forcibly ejected her. In their encounter
ou Tuesday, the homicide attacked the de
ceased with a shot gun en his own prem
ises and killed him. After receiving the
fatal shot, deceased shot his assail
ant with a pistol, wounding him
in the leg most seriously. The homi
cide was arrested, is new in custody, and
will be lawfully treated. He was formerly
owned and brought up by the brother of
the deceased. There is some excitement
in the neighborhood, but lynching is net
NEW YORK'S POLICE COMMISSIONER.
Conflicting Orders of Ce-ordinate Courts.
New Yerk, July 8. The police beard
was served this morning with a temporary
injunction, issued by Judge Van Hocson,
restraining members from officially re
cognizing General Smith in place of
Commissioner Vperhis. The beard
is requested te show cause en the
leth inst. why the injunction should
net be made permanent. The effect of the
injunction will be te leave matters just as
they were before Gen. Smith's demand for
his scat, Commissioner Voorhis holding
and exercising the duties of the office.
A Scare Over Its Revival
Londen, July 8. The Dublin corres
pondent of the Times says : "There can be
no doubt that Fenianism is engrafted en
the land agitation and imparts te it its
most effective organization and formid
able character ; it is impossible
for these who reside in the
West net te feel alarmed at
the signs of danger, which ar plainly
visible. There is no reason te doubt that
many of the peasantry have been trained
te move in military order and understand
hew tfnct together as disciplined bodies,
and that every opportunity is taken te col
Reported I turning of a Village.
New Yekk, July 8. A letter from
Havana, dated July 3d, says : " A com
mercial house of this city has received a
report from Manzanillo that the village of
Uuisa had been destroyed by fire, without
mentioning, however, the origin of the
lire. Guisa lies in the neighborhood of
Yara, in the jurisdiction of Manzanillo,
where the insurgent chief Calixte Garcia
is at present with his band. Upen in
quiry of the government officials it was
said no advice of such a disaster had liecii
The Dill Passed by the French Chamber.
Paw is, July 8. The new amnesty bill
voted by the Chamber of Deputies yester
day consists of a single clause as fellows :
"All persons condemned for participating
in the insurrection of 1870 and 1871, and
who shall have been pardoned up te July
14, 1880, shall be considered as amnestied,
as the government intend te pardon all
without exception. " This bill is the
same in effect as the one the Senate re
Debate en the Irish Fisheries.
Londen, July 8. In the Heuse of Com Cem Com
eons last evining, in the debate en the
bill granting a lean of 30,000 for the Irish
fisheries, Mr. Parnell said if the Irish had
their own Parliament they would lind no
difficulty in obtaining this kind of assist
ance ; it was the duty of the British Par
liament te see that they were net in a
worse position by its refusal of home rule.
His Cause Net the People's.
San Francisce, July 8. In the police
court te-day in the case brought by Alex
ander Kydd against W. M. Ncilsen for
libeling Mayer Kalloch in an obscene pub
lication, Judge liix said he believed the
prosecution had net been in the interest
of the people, and en motion dismissed
OFF FOR GERMANY.
Milwaukee Athletes anil Turners.
New Yekk, July 8. Te-day the last
party of American delegates te the Turner
festival at Frankfort-en-thc-Main ( te be
held from July 2 1 te 29), the Turnvcrein
Milwaukee, under the leadership of Geerge
Uresius and numbering thirty Athletes,
leave for Hamburg by the steamer West
phalia, Capt. Schwenscn.
Getting te lie a Speech-Maker.
Denver, Cel., July 7. A Las Vegas
special despatch says: "Gen. Grant and
party arrived here at ten o'clock this morn
ing, and were met at the depot by a very
large and enthusiastic crowd. The general
made a short speech. Te-night a banquet
will be riven him."
The Heart of the Town Burned Out.
Tyrene, Pa., July 8. A fire broke out
here at 3 o'clock this morning which de
stroyed about thirty buildings, including
all the banks, the opera house and the
postefficc. The fire is new under control.
The less is estimated at $150,000 and the
insurance about 8100,000.
Cutting Wheat In Canada.
St. Catharine, Oht., July 8. Farmers
are beginning te cut wheat in this vicinity
some commenced cutting it during the
last days of June, for the first time in the
memory of the eldest inhabitant.
New Yerk, July 8. Colonel Pelton,
nephew of ex-Governer Tilden, died at the
Everett house this morning.
STATE AND NATION.
The Bed Oak. Ga.. Cases.
Washington, July 8. The cases of the
twelve revenue deputy collectors and one
deputy United States marshal, charged
by the state authorities of Georgia, with
the hemicide of a moenshiner at Red Oak,
Campbell county, Georgia, were brought
before United States Circuit Judge Wood Wood
eon Wednesday and continued te the
13th inst. Advices received at the
bureau of internal revenue here report that
ex-United States District Attorney Far Far
eow refuses te recognize the right of 3Ir.
Hayes te supersede him, and opposes
the transfer of the cases te tbeU. S. court.
Judge Bigby, the newly appointed district
attorney proposes te take out a writ of quo
Latry Jereme's Rey.
New Yekk, July 8. Lawrence I.
Jereme, jr., and Edward M. Patchell,
charged with being in possession of rail
road securities valued at $87,000 and
belonging te Brayten, Ives & Ce., of Wall
street, alleged te have been lest by a mes
senger en July 3, were arraigned at the
Tombs te day.
James Wallace made affidavit that Je Je
eome en July Gth told him that he (Je (Je
eome) expected te be rich seen, as he had
found bends valued at $100,000.
Counsel for the accused claimed te have a
geed defense, and demanded an examina
tion which was set down for this after
noon. Diphtheria In Halifax.
Halifax, July 8.-1)iphtheria has broken
out among children in the Protestant or
phanage here, and two deaths have oc
curred. The Philadelphia Regatta.
Philadelphia, July 8. First trial heat :
senior singles weu by Mum fold, of Per"
severance, New Orleans ; Musgrove, of St.
Jehns, New Orleans, second ; time, 11:1!).
Yeung, of Philadelphia, did net row.
Mew Yerk MarKel.
Nkw Yerk. July S. Fleur Stale ami Weal
cm a shade firmer uud tairly uctive;
superfine state i 504 UT: extra de ft
QiW; choice, de., 4 U)5 ttu: fancy
." UTiU 0U; round hoop Ohie $4 Til: 7:
choice de $5 j(; 25 ; supertlnu western $SfMi($
4 05; common te tfoed extra de $4 ue4.ri0;
choice dodo $4 COQ" DO; choice white wheat de
4 U5uu; Southern, moderate demand : com
mon te fair extra 5U),ife; geed te choice
de 5 70B 7T.
Wheat tfSllcbetterund falrlv aelive : Ne. I
White, cash, 1 1K ; Ne. Red Jul v.
$1 ir4l 15; de AugllHt, I U!l 10!;de
isept., l 0!l USJ.
Cern llrm and pi ices moderately active;
Mixed western spot, 47iii&Ue; de future KMfiu
Oats linn and quiet ; state .Tig Tie; western
.Ttlc; Ne. 2 July St.!.
Puiladklphia, July S. Fleur llrmt-r;
superfine at $& .ri03 00; extra at CIM&:uti;
Ohie and Indiana family at $5 Mt&U ": ;
1'enn'a family at $4 755 : St. Leuis
family$r50t;ue; de old, i i'i4 75; Minnesota
family S4 5e.t 00 ; patent ami high grades i; M
Rye flour at ft 124 15.
Cernmcal liramtywiiiu unchanged.
Wheat higher ami firmer ; Ne. 2 Western
Red 1 13; I'enn'a Red 1 l:i; Amber $1 I.:.
Cern llriuer ; yellow &l.YJe; mixed 5050e.
Oats quiet but llrm ; Me. 1, White lie; Ne.
2, de 41c; Ne. 3, de l40c; Ne. '.. Mixed .'ICc.
Rye dull; Western and l'a. 85si;c.
Previsions strong ; mtss perk at 1.'I 25i:; M ;
beef hams $20 50'.!1 ; India m.-ss beet $iMjli;.rJ
bacon, smoked shoulders ay.QTtc ; salt 4j5c;
smoked hams ll12c ; pickfed liaiif '.Kj'Je.
Lard tinner; city kettle 74gsc ; Kkhc
butchers c; prime steam $7:i57 4ii.
Uuttcr firm ami scarce ; Creamery extra
2S'J4c;de geed te choice &; liradferd
county and New Yerk extra. l'J-Jlc; Western
reserve extra 18 l!)c; de geed te choice I II7(: ;
Rolls dull; Peun'a extra lei:l; Western re
serve extra 104JI.IC.
Kggs firmer under light supply ; I'ciin'a
ll."ic; Western 1214e.
Uheese steady; New Yerk full cream I0e;
Western full cream. HfHJc;de fair te geed 74
7c; de half skims feic.
Petroleum steady; reliued 10 c.
Whisky 1 11.
Seeds Goeu te prime Timethy dull at
$2 75: 00 : Flaxseed nominal at I ") ter
new ; Clever unlet at $7 007.'.
I v .
1230 r. x. :;.
Pcunati's (third Issue) 105
Philadelphia A Erie I.S
Lehigh Valley. V.fH
United Ces. et N. J Illicit;-.!
Northern Pacific 2Tr
" Preferred 47ils
Northern Central :si
Lehigh Navigation 27
Central ?Transiortatieii Ce. 4life4!)
Pitts., Tltusville A RulTale. l;l
Little Schuylkill V.VA
Nkw Iiikk, .Iu
Stocks weak and lower.
N. Y. Central 12M
ulilLit "' -4
Adams Express ll.'S
Michigan Central S7!4
Michigan Southern VtlV.
Illinois Central W.
Cleveland A Pittsburgh.. ..115
Chicago A Reck Island IH.V4
Pittsburgh ft Fert Wnyne..lln
Western U nlen Tel. Ce H4
Teledo" Wabash 'MVt
New Jersey Central
United State IIenilM anil Sterling KxrUstur
((Quotations by It. K. JainNen A Ce., S. W
Cor. 31 and Chestnut Streets).
Philadelphia. July H.
United States f;v, 1KSI, (registered). .10l
United States .Vs, issl, (registered). .1020 102
United States 4's, IMll, (registercd)Ifi,.tMtiI
United States 4's,I!il,(ceiiKns).. .l(.ni 00
United States 4's, 1!W7. (registered). .IOM',f
United States Currency 's 121 I2Ti
Sterling Exchange 137
Ne. 105 North (Jucen street for the Cheapest
and I!-.t HOOTS ANI SHOES.
105 Sign or the Hie Shee. le
AKCUS U. SKIINKK,
Ne. 120 North Prince street.
Prompt and particular attention paid te a I
atien and repairs. sl:t-'d
-VTOTICB TO FISHEKMEN.
Fishing Tackle in every variety. Huuihoe,
Cane and Weeden Jointed I'eds, Lines, Sink
ers, Floats, Heeks, Ac.
A call solicited. Prices low.
ANDKEW li. FUEY'S
Cor. N. (Juccn and Orange Streets.
tlO-lyd Lancaster, Pa.
. The President ami Managers of the Lan
caster, Elizabethtown and Middlctewn Turn
pike ItOiul have this day declared a Dividend
of Twe Dollars ami Seventy-five Cents en each
Share of Stock, payable alter the 7th dayet
July. J. 31. 1.ONU, Treasurer.
July C, 1880. Stdeaw
TjlAGLE ClGAK BOX MANUFACTORY.
We have started a new Cigar iiex 3Ianufac 3Ianufac
tery at Ne. 241 North (jueen street, and an:
new prepared te fill all orders at the shortest
notice. As we liavc all the latest improved
machinery we will make as fine a box as can
be had in the country- Uive us a call.
BECHTOLD A Ce..
Ne. 241 North (Jueen Street.
jc2-tfd Lancaster, Pa.
LADIES AND GENTS
It you want a
GOOD FITTING BOOT OR SHOE,
Ready-made or made te order, call at
Ne. 106 North Queen Street.
Custom Werk a Specialty. jeawjt Wt fit
THY LOCIIER'3 KENOWNED