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LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER. TUESDAY JULY 20, 1880.
People Who Want te Keep Coel.
The family of Chief of Police Dcichler
have gene en a visit te Marietta, Harris
burg and Academia, Juniata county.
Gen. G. Frank Gibney and Dr. J. Q.
IIelHway, of Baltimore, Md., who have
been visiting S. W. Altick and ether
friends in this city, have left for home.
Dr. J. O. Boyd has gene te Atlantic
Mcssts. Turner Messcrsmith and James
Wiley went te Asbury Park te-day.
Iren Workers' Wages.
The disaffected iron workers at Kensing
ton remain disinclined te gote work at the
w? ges offered. Andrew Lee, president of
the Philadelphia association, said te a
Time reporter that all rumor regarding
the anxiety en the part of the puddlers te
compromise are false. "Why," said he,
ait hasn't been an hour since Emanuel
McShanc was here trying te get forty men
te go te work at once in his mill at Roh Reh Roh
rcr.stewn, near Lancaster, at $4.23, or mera
than the mill owners here want te give.
There has been no meeting te-day and
won't be any te compromise. The men
will never accept the terms offered and
don't care much about going back into the
Funeral or Millard KelHt.
The funeral of Hillaid Rcist, who was
killed en the railroad en Friday night, was
buried from his father's residence this af af
t'ei neon. It was very largely attended and
the body was intoned in Lancaster ceme
tery. Slander suit.
Dr. X. Lcwin. of this city, was arrested
le-day en a capias in a suit for slander.
Al. Kesenstciu is the plaintiff and claims
$",000 damages. Lcwin being unable te
furnish bail was committed te prison.
Wheel Tern Off.
This forenoon a bugjry belonging te a
countryman, collided with F'inti fc Brene
man's wagon en North Queen street and
the buggy had one wheel tern eir.
Tiuib charity is te give your .suffering lilicu
malic neighbor a bottle of St. J aceij's oil.
Paltriness belerc :utin;j, pain ami distress
ittlei ward, prevented by Malt Bitteis.
Werth a Thousand Dollars !
Every ehlldbern into a family is thought te
Iteueith "a thousand dollars" te tin-parents.
Why then should they net be eared ler from
infancy te maturity? Keep the mouth and
teeth right by SO.ODONT.and you start them
Vanderbilt was neatly shaved yesterday with
t'ulicura Shaving Seap.
A Great Enterprise.
The Hep Hitters Manufacturing Company
is one el Kechester's greatest business enter
prises. Their Hep Hitters have reached a sale
beyond all precedent, having from their lu
ll insic value found their way in te almost every
household in the laud. Graphic.
Try Lechcr's Renowned Cough Syrnp.
Wine for Sickly Persons.
Spccr's Teri Grape Wine is unexcelled by
any ether in its mellow juiciness, richness of
flavor and brilliancy of color. Physicians say
il is superior te imported l'ert ter invalids,
,iuil in Miitimii'i it. is mere uirrecahle and re
freshing than claret. Clergymen use it, for its
purity, as a communion wine, mis wine is
well-known and highly appreciated for weakly
females and aged persens.and forcemniuuion.
This wine is endorsed by Dis. Atleeand Davis,
and sold by II. K. Slaymal-er. jylB-Std&w
Tln -riviti'sl medicine known for tireducimr
an appetite is "Dr. Lind-ey's Bleed Search-
An Old .Mhu'b Ulesing.
Tile tollewing letter lias been addressed te a
wilier for this paper:
Helly, X. !., June ISM.
IM:ar Sin lam an old man, neventy-scven
year of age, anil for three or four years I have
had Diabetes, which kept growing worse am
worse. I di-charged an enormous amount of
water, the quantity seeming te increase week
alter week, aim my strength growing less and
K"-s, lerced mc te think that 1 must seen die,
which I certainly should have done had I net
taken Warner's Safe Diabetes Cure, which 1
was induced te try upon recommendation of a
friend who had used Warner's Sate Kidney and
l.iver Cure, and was cured by it. 1 have used
the Safe Diabetes Cure, it has curat wic, ami I
think it is the best thing in the world.
jylfi-iwil&w M. X. SxemiAim.
Try Lechcr's Renowned Cough Syrup.
'Sellers' l.iver Pills" are working mere leal
geed in one year than all ether proprietary
medicines. i" cents per box.
Honored and Messed.
When aboard of eminent physicians and
chemists announced Hie discovery that by
combining some well known valuable rcnic-
lii-s. Hie most wonderful medicine was pro
duced, which would cure such a wide range of
diseases that most all ether remedies could be
dispensed with, in my were sceptical; but
proof of its merits by actual tiial has dispelled
all doubt, ami te-day the discoverers of that
yrvttt medicine. Hep Hitters, are honored and
blessed by all benefactors. jylG-2wd.tw
Try Lechcr's Kcnewncd Cough Syrup
Brown's Household fanacea
Is the most cUective Pain Destroyer in the
world. Will most surely quicken the bleed
whethertaken internally or applied externally
and thereby mere certali.ly RELIEVE PAIX,
whether chronic or acute, than any ether pain
alleviator, and it is warranted double the
st rength of any similar preparation.
It cure pain in the Side, Hack orlfeviels.
Sere Threat, Rheumatism, Toothache and ALL
ACHES, and Is the GREAT RELIEVER OF
PAIX. "BROWN'S HOUSEHOLD PANA
CEA " should be in every family. A tca-poen-tul
of the Panacea in a tumbler of het water
(sweetened, if preferred), taken at bedtime,
will HREAK UP A COLD. 23 cents a bottle.
Fer sale at II. II. Cochran & Ce's Drugstore
North Queen street, Lancaster.
Undoubtedly with children, attributed toethel
-causes, is occasioned by Worms. P.ItOWN'S
V E ItM I F 17 G E COM EI TS, or Werm Lozenge
although effectual In destroying worms, can
de no pesihle injury te the most delicate child
This valuable combination lias been success,
fully used by physicians, and found te lie ab
solutely sure in eradicating worms. Twenty
five, cents a liex. f ianlS-lvd&wTuTh.lS
Try Lecher's Kcnewncd Cough Syrup.
.Mothers! Met Hers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken et
your rest by a sick child sutTcring and crying
with the excruciating pain et cutting teeth?
II se, go at once and getabotlleef MRS. WINS
LOW 'a SOOIIUNG SYKUP. It will relieve the
peer little sufferer immediately depend upon
it; there is no mistake about it. There is net a
mother en earth who has ever used it, who will
net tell you at once that it will regulate the
bowels, and give rest te the mother, and relief
and health te the child, operating like, magic.
Ills perfectly safe te use in all cases, ami pleas
ant te the taste, and is the prescription et one
et the eldest and best female physicians and
u urscs in the United States. Sold every where
2i cente a bottle. fJ17-lyd&wM,W&S
What de you de when you have a cold t ask
ed a little boy et Jenes the ether day. Cough
replied Jenes. 1 don't, for my ma gives me lr
Themas' Electric Oil and it always steps my
coughing. Fer sale by II. U. Cochran, drug
gist, 137 and 139 North Queen street, Lancaster,
E. II. Perkins, Creek Centre, X. Y., writes:
-' 1 was troubled with Asthma for four jears
before using Dr. Themas' Electric Oil, and ter
many nights alter retiring I had te sit up in
bed, my suffering being intense, while the
cough was se severe that the bed-clothing
would be saturated with perspiration. Twe
bottles or your Electric Oil effected a complete
mill perfect cure, and I cheerfully recommend
it te all, as 1 knew of no ether medicine that
will cure Asthma.'' Fer sale by H. B. Coch
ran, Druggist, 137 and 139 North Queen street,
Lancaster, Pa. 1C
General Committee Meeting.
The members of the Democratic city exccu:
tlve committee, of the county committee trein
theseveral wards and the conference commit
tees from the Hancock clubs of the city, will,
meet at II. Zaeprel's saloon. Centre Square, en
Wednesday evening, July 21, for the consider
ation of the subject of equipment and ether
topics of general interest.
W. U. I1EXSEL.
There will be a regular meeting of the 2d
ward Hancock and English club at the public
house of n. Kansing. 431 East Orange street, en
Thursday evening, July 22, at 8 o'clock. All
persons interested In the cause are respect
fully invited te be present. Uy order et
GEO. NAUMAN, President.
J. H . McGre-MS, Secretary. jy20-2td
There will ue a meeting et the Democrats of
the Fourth ward at Kethweiler's hall en to
morrow. Tuesday evening, at 6 o'clock, for the
purpose of permanently organizing a Han cock
and English club. It is hoped that every voter
favorable te the election et Hancock and Eng
lish w ill be present. Hy order et
JAMES A. McELIIONE,
Chairman pre. tern.
FOR PRESIDENT :
GEN. WIXFIELD S. HANCOCK,
FOB VICE PRESIDENT :
HON. WILLIAM H. ENGLISH,
The great principles of American lib
erty are still the lawful inheritance of
this people, ana ever should he. The
richt eftrial byjury, the habeas corpus,
the liberty of the press, the freedom of
sicech, the natural rights of persons and
the rights of property must be preserved.
W INFIELD S. IIAMXICK,
Maj. JJtn.Cenitl'-r i'l'I't La. and Texas.
State Electoral Ticket.
K. E. MONAGHAN,
W. 11. PLAYFOIID,
E. A. PUE.
J. M. CAMl'HELL.
JOHN X, MOFFET.
NATHAN C. JAJIKs.
JAMES G. McsPAKK
lilt. ALFKED J. MAII
ii. e. davis,
geerge a. pest,
a. m. kenten,
j. p. linten.
JOHN s,. MILL.
i.'ei:i:iiT m. giiimin.
11 A It It Y W. Wl I.SOX.
J. KOSS THOMPSON'.
DC.1IOCKAT1C STATE TICKET.
yen surncMi: .iuikik.
GEORGE A. JENKS.
Feit ACiirrei: ei'xkhal.
ROBERT P. IIECHEKT.
Ill'MOt'ieATlC COUNTY TICKET.
J. L. STKIXMETZ.
FOU DISTRICT ATTOKSEV.
ren senator (13th district.)
J. H. DOUGLASS.
FOR ASSEMBLY (2l MSTKtCT.)
S. C. STEVEXsOX,
S. P. SIUKK.
yOK ASSEMBLY (3d DISTRICT.
It. DAVIS YUXDT,
J ACOK M. IIAENLEN.
KOIl l-RISON ISfU'ECTOKS,
KAUTON M. WIXTEKs
xeu roen iii:i:TOlts.
A. J. S.XYDEK.
in: AT IIS.
Gaiile. In this city, en the inih of July,
Ann. wife of Henry A. Gable, aged (il years, 7
months and l." days.
Tlie relatives and frieiuls of lhe family are
respectfully invited te attend tlie tunenil,
from her husband's residence, Xe. :5I(! Seuth
(jueen street, en Thursday morning at 9
o'clock. High mass at St. Mary's church. In
terment at St. Mary's cemetery. 21 d
Scuiieck. On the Will inst., at Columbia,
Funeral from his late residence. Frent street
near Penn'a It. It. depot, en Wednesday, at 2
A tvo-ster- Krick Dwelling, 8 rooms,
large let. Ne. 1"'; North Mulberry street. Ap
ply te Albert Wagner, at Gee. M. Steinman &
Ce.'s Stere. jySMttd
nsure your Creps against less or damage
by hall at KAUsMAN & HUKNS'S
liisui-anccOflice, 10 West Orange Street.
WIIEItl' IS OKOIMJK AVASHIXGTON
SCHKEIKEK ? Geerge Washington
Schreiber, aged 18 years, et Warwick town
ship, Lancaster county, lelt his father's resi
dence en the 9th et J uly, 18Hi.Xething has been
lieartl of him since. His lather desires him te
come home. Any information et his where
abouts will be thankfiillv received by his
lather. JOHN E. SCI1KEI KEIl,
Lititz Postefllce, Lancaster County.
Heading Eagle please copy. ltd "iw
100 Tens of Rags Wanted,
Fer which the highest price will be paid.
'2 CEXTS PER POUXD FOK GOOD
The highest price e.ild lnr Woolens, Old
Paper, Heeks, Jut;. Ten lt:ig Asserters wanted
te Ijein the highest price will be paid.
JOHN A. SHOBER,
Cor. Xnrth Queen and Orange Streets,
Jy:)-tfdlt Lancaster, Pa.
WATEI IVKK1tO TO ADVEK
tise, tree et charge, in the Intislliokn Intislliekn
ceiu who wants something te de.
WANTEU A SITUATION AS AVAITEK
or te take care of horses in a private
family. Ueferencc furnished. Apply at this
W ANTJSD IM'IMIIATKLV.-A MEDIUM
Size Krick Heuse and let with all the
comforts of a home. Addre-s A. K., Intklli Intklli
ekxcer Otllce, staling lowest cash price and
hew coon, possession can be given, full partic
ulars, &c. jylll-tld
rAGS! KAGS! KAGS! ICAGS WANTED
t Housekeepers take notice that we are
paying 2 cents a pound for MIXED KAGS.
Cash mid as seen as delivered te
anrAslnul Ne. 2-3 West King Street.
The Old Bitner Line, Established 1846.
J. R. BITHER'S
FAST FREIGHT LINE
VIA PENN'A R. R.
All Freight sent te Frent ami Prime streets,
Philadelphia, up te 0 o'clock and te Ne. 5 Deck
stieet, te 5 o'clock p. in., will arrive same night
at Depot, in Lancaster.
Tlie Drayage te these Central Depots is lower
than te any ether. Ne Drayage charged for
Delivery in Lancaster.
All Freight leaded in Lancaster, up te C
o'clock p. in., will reach Frent and Prime
streets, Philadelphia, early next morning.
We have just received a Fine 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,
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.
INSTATE OF ANN McCOKT, LATE OF
!i Lancaster city, deceased. Letters testa
inentarv en said estate having been granted
jn the undersigned, all per-ens indebted te
aid decedent are requested te make immedi
ate settlement, and these having claims or de
mands against the estate et said deAiilent, te
make known the same te the undersigned
without delay, residing in Lancatei"eity.
KEV. A. F. KAUL,
INSTATE OF HOKACi: W. K1LL1AN,
Zl late of Ephrata township, deceased. Let
ters of administration en said estate having
been granted te the undersigned, all persons
indebted thereto are requested te make imme
diate settlement, and these having claims or
demands against the same, will present them
without delay for settlement te the undersign
ed, residing in said township.
Kcsidiug at Akren,
IVji. S. Amwke, Administrator.
Atternev, Ne. KB E. King St., Lancaster.
July 18-1 tdr.tw
IJSTATK OF MAKY ClUMKK, LATE OF
j Strasburg, Lancaster county, deceased.
The undersigned Auditor, appointed te dis
tribute the snare given te Catharine Cramer,
deceased, during her lite, in the estate el said
Mary Cramer, deceased, te and among these
legally entitled te the same, will sit ter that
purpose en TUESDAY, the 10th day et
AUGUST. 18H, at 10 o'clock a. in., in the
Library Keem of the Court Heuse, in the city
Lancaster, where all persons Interested in said
distribution may attend.
INSTATE OF LEWIS IIEFTING, SK.
It late of Lancaster city, deceased. The un
dersigned Auditor, appointed te distribute the
balance remaining in tlie hands of Martin
Kempt", trustee te sell the real estate of said
decedent, te and among these legally entitled
te the same, will sit for that purpose en TUES
DAY, AUGUST 10, 1SS0, at 2 o'clock p. in., in
the Library Keem of the Court Heuse, in the
city of Lancaster, when- all persons interested
n said distribution may attend.
G. C. KEXXEDY,
ESTATE OF FKANCIS X. SUTLK, LATE
of Lancaster city, deceased. Letters tes
tamentary en said es"tate having been granted
te the undersigned, all persons indebted there
to arc requested te make immediate payment,
and these having claims or demands against
the same will present them without delay ter
settlement te the undersigned, residing in
Lancaster city, Pa. KOS A SUlE It,
II. F. Davis, Att'y. Executrix-.
INSTATE OF HF.KMAX M1LLEK, LATE
li of the city of Lancaster, Lancaster coun
ty, deceased. The undersigned Auditor, ap
pointed te distribute tlie balance remaining
in the hands of Louisa Miller and C. F. Sieber,
executers of the will of said Herman Miller,
deceased, te and among these legally' entitled
te the Mime, will sit for that purpose en SAT
URDAY, AUGUST 7, 1SS0, at 10 o'clock a. m., in
the Library Keem of the Court Heuse, in the
city et Lancaster, where all persons interested
in said distribution mav attend.
A SSIGXE1) ESTATK OF MICHAEL II
j SHIRK and wife, of East Cocallcotov.ii Cecallcotov.ii Cocallcetov.ii
sliip. The undersigned Auditors appointed te
distribute the balance remaining in the hands
et Israel W. Mentzer and Daniel Xisslcy, as
signees for the benefit of creditors, te and
among these legally entitled te the same, will
sit for that purpose en THURSDAY, AUGUST
12, 1SS0, at 10 o'clock, a. in., in the Library
Roem el the Court Heuse, in the City of Lan
caster, where all persons interested in said
distribution may attend.
AND. M. FRAXTZ,
A. J. EHERLY,
THOMAS J. DAVIS,
ESTATK OF 1K. KENJAM1N MISIILKK.
late or Lancaster City, deceased. The
undersigned Auditor, appointed by the Or
phans' Court et Lanca-ter county. Pa., te dis
tribute the balance remaining in the hands of
Elizabeth Mishler, Administratix et said de
ceased, te and among these legally entitled te
the same, will attend ler that purpose ON
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11th, at 10 o'clock
a. in., in the Library Roem of the Court Heuse,
in City et Lancaster, Pa., where all persons in
terested in said distribution may attend.
jylO-ltdlaw K. F. DAVIS, Auditor.
INSTATE OF ELIZAltETII GOKICbCHT,
Zi late of Lancaster city, Pa., deceased. Tlie
undersigned Auditor, appointed te distribute
the balance remaining in the hands et Wm. II.
Gorrecht and Mrs. Ann L. Gall, executers et
the last will and testament of said Elizabeth
Gorrecht, deceased, te and among these legally
entitled le the same, will sit for that purpose
en SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, lbtsJ, at 2 o'clock
p. in., in the Library Roem et the Court Heuse,
in the city of Lancaster, w here all persons in
terested in said distribution mav attend.
A. J. EHERLY,
ASSIGNED ESTATi: OF ANDREW JOHE
and wife, et East Lampeter township.
The undersigned Auditor, appointed te dis
tribute the balance remaining in the hands of
Calvin Cooper, Assignee, te and among these
legally entitled le the same, will sit ler that
purpose en THURSDAY. AUGUST 12, ls0,
at 10 o'clock a. in., in the Library Roem et
the Court Heuse, in the city of Lancaster,
where all persons interested in said distri
bution may attend.
JNO. A. COYLE,
STATE OF JACOII STAUFFEIt, LATK
of Lancaster city, deceased. Letters of
administration en said estate Having ieen
granted te the undersigned, alipcisonsindcht alipcisensindcht
ed thereto requested te make immediate pay
ment, and these having claims or demands
against the same will present them without
delav ler settlement le the undersigned.
F. II. STAUFFEIt.
DAVID MeX. STAUFFEIt,
or te Administrator.
A. C. Kuixeeiil, Att'y. jc'M'tdeaw
I NTIIE COUICT OF COMMON PLEAS OF
Union National MLJeyKank) Jan. Term, 18S).
vs. V Ne. XI.
nenry Kurtz. ) Ex. Dec.
The undersigned Auditor, appointed te dis
tribute " the money secured by mortgage, exe
cuted te W alter M.Fr.inkliii,esq.," beingofthe
proceeds from the sale, et' the above named de
fendant's real estate, te and among such lien
creditor or creditors as may be legally entitled
te the same, will sit for that purpose en WED
NESDAY, the lltll day el AUGUST, 18S0. at 10
o'clock. A. M.. in the Library Roem of the
Court Heuse, in the City et Lancaster, where
all persons interested in said distribution may
attend. NEWTON LIGJ1TNEK,
IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS F
Sarah A. Shank by her next ) AT., rr,., icn
friend, Unas. M. Simmers, JUIJ v"!",'
vs. Ebenezer Shank. S -e.jw.
And now,.Tunc3fi,lSS0,en motion
of Peter llcrshcy, esq., the Court
appoint Jehn M. Amweg, esq., ex
aminer, te uikc testimony
Attest : WM. E. KREIDER,
Deputy Protho notary.
Examiner alarmed June 29, 1SS0, Wm. E
Kreidcr. Deputy Prothenotary.
KnENP-ZEit siiaxk : Take notice that deposi
tion of witnesses will be taken en behalf et the
plaintiir, en the 21th day of JULY, IS;), be
tween the hours of 10 o'clock a. in. and 3 o'clock
B, m. of said day, at my eflice, Ne. 22 Seuth
like street, Lancaster. Pa., when and where
you may attend if you think proper.
JNO. M. AMWEG,
ESTATE OF ANDREW STEW AKT, LATE
of Lancaster City, deceased. Tlie under
signed Auditor, appointed te distribute the
balance remaining in the hands of Jehn H.
Geed, esq., trustee te sell real estate, te and
among these legally entitled te the same, will
sit ler that purpose en WEDNESDAY, the
25th day of AUGUST, UWO, at 10 o'clock a. m.,
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,
DR. 8. It. FOKEMAN,
(PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEON),
Removed from Ne. 18 Seuth Prince street te
Ne. 211 West King street, Lancaster, Pa.
lirUEKE WAS MOSES WHEN THE
TV Light Went Out?" If you want te
knew go te Gee. Wall's Southern Exchange
Hetel, Ne. 323 Seuth Queen street, and get a
geed, fresh glass of Wacker's Celebrated Beer.
Alse the headquarters for wholesome Wines
JL The President and Managers of the Lan
caster, Elizabethtewii and Middlctewn Turn
pike Keiiil have this day declared a Dividend
et Tw e Dollars and Seventy-five Cents en each
Share of Stock, payable after the 7th day et
July. J. M. LONG, Treasurer.
JulyO, 18S0. 3tdeaw
TJKOPOSALSFOKNEW COUNTY ISAKX.
l Netice te Contractors and Builders.
Sealed proposals will be received by tlie Di
rectors et the Peer and Heuse of Employment
for the erection of a barn te replace the one de
stroyed by fire July 4, 1880, in the following
manner, viz :
Proposals ler the erection of the barn com
plete according te plans anil specifications.
Proposals ler all the pine, oak and hemlock
lumber and beards, required by the plans and
speculations, stating the prices per thousand
feet, te be delivered at Best's siding, Lancas
Proposals ter all the carpenter work ler the
completion et tlie barn according te plans und
Plans and specifications te be seen at Spur
rier's clothing store. Ne. IS East King street,
Proposals te be addressed te 1). B. Land is.
President of Beard of Directors, en or before
Saturday, July 24, at 10:30 a. in.
Kills will be opened at the hour and day
above stated, and bidders are invited te be
present at the opening and present bids in per
son. The Beard reserves the right te reject any
and all bids. The suecessfnrbiddcr te give ap
proved security for the faithful performance
of the contract.
By order of the Beard of Directors.
D. B. LAND1S. President
B. F. Cox. Secretary. jyl'.Mtd
The following changes In the southeastern
and southwestern sections of Lancaster city
are made, as diiected by court, and may be
seen in the eflice of the Clerk of Quarter Ses Ses
seons: 1. linger street, east of Queen street, moved
southward, its width increased te 00 feet, ex
tends eastward, cutting off a small corner of
Woodward Hill cemetery; thence bending
northward along fence ; thence te Seuth street.
2. Seymour street, east of Queen, Yerk street,
north of new line of Hager street and adjacent
alley, are eliminated.
3. Width of Seuth Christian street, from
Church street te Middle street, is changed te
4. Seuth Duke street, at southeast corner of
King, narrowed IS inches te conform te pres
.r. Plum street extended southward te Jehn
street of width of 50 feet, and Jehn street, from
King street te Plum street, narrowed te 20 feet,
as at present.
(i. Woodward street widened te 40 feet, as
new laid out.
7. Heaver street, at southwest corner of Con Cen Con
estega street, narrowed one loot, making it as
8. High street continued te Mifllin alley, and
thence te Mulberry street; Mifllin alley wid
ened en north side te the width of High street.
'.). Water street continued southward from
German street te the line et old Water street,
deflecting te the west.
10. linger street, westward from Queen street,
te the bend near Leve Lane, narrowed te 33
11. Alley west of Prince street, from Andrew
street le Furnace street, narrowed te 14 feet,
and runs parallel te anil 150 feet west of Prince
12. Pearl street, from Columbia avenue te
Maner street, widened SO leet, and east line
thereof moved eastward along Columbia ave
nue, 102 leet '. inches. Tlie street, as changed,
starts at Columbia avenue, directly opposite
College aveime,anil continues parallel te Pearl
street, as laid out en original plan.
13. The alley between Columbia avenue and
First street moved southward 40 feet, between
Pearl street and West End avenue.
These changes, as made, will be adopted, un
less exceptions are Hied en or before the third
Monday in August next.
Hy order of the Court.
Attest : GEO. W. EAKY,
Deputy Clerk Quarter Sessions,
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before issued. Te illustrate and demonstrate
these truths, we send the tollewing books, all
complete and unabridged, pest-paid, at the
prices named :
Life of Frederick the Great. Fermer price
$1.25. Iirge brevier type, beautiful print
price three cents. ;
Life of Rebert Burns: Fermer price, 1.25.
Large brevier type, beautiful print; price
Light of Asia,
By Edw in Arneld. Fermer price, $1.25. Heauti
f ul print, brevier type ; price live cents.
Manliness of Christ. Fermer price $1. Bean
tflul print, brevier type; price three cents.
Jehn Stuart Mill's
Chapter en Socialism. Essays et exceeding
interest and Importance. Price three cents.
His Travels and surprising Adventures. For Fer
mer price $1.25. I5ourgeei.se type ; price five
Mary Queen of Scots'
Life, by Lamnrtluc. Fermer price $1.25. Bre
vier type, beautiful print ; price three cents.
Vicar of Wakefield.
By Oliver Goldsmith. Brevier type, beautiful
print ; price five cents.
Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress.
Burgeels type, leaded; beautilul pmit ; price
By author of "Sparrewgrass Papeis." Smal
pica type. leaded ; price two cents.
Stories' and Ballads.
Fer Yeung Felks, by Ellen Tracy Alden ; with
very line illustrations. Selections complete
from her book. Large type : price Irre cents.
Leaves from the Diary
Of an Old Lawyer. Short stories of .thrilling,
laughable, pathetic interest, Price three cents.
Everywhere (only one dealer in each town)
keep these und our large list of standard
books, which are selling by the million vol
umes, because they believe lu the Literary
AMERICAN BOOK EXCHANGE,
Tribune building, New Yerk.
JOHN B. ALDEX, Manager.
S. II. ZAHM & CO., Agts.,
Xe.lSand 20 Seuth Queen St., Lancaster, Pa.
JtOBES, BLANKETS, AG.
ul(i OF THE BUFFALO HEAD.
I have new en hand the Largest. Bkst awd
Cheapest Assortment of Lined and Unlined
BUFFALO KOBES in the city. Alse LAP
AND HOUSE BLANKETS of every descrip
tion. A full line of
Trunks and Satchels,
Harness, Whips, Cellars,
3Uepalrlng neatly and promptly done.-Tg
208 North Queen St., iMmtmtter.
TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 20, 1880.
Washington, July 20. Fer the Mid
dle Atlantie states,cloudy or partly cloudy
weather, occasional rain, 'winds, veering te
cooler westerly, followed by rising ba
rometer. XEAL OOW FOB PRESIDENT.
His Nomination But the Humble Beginning
of a Triumphant End His Views ea
the Prohibitory Movement.
Portland. Mb., July 20. Gen. Neai
Dew has written a letter accepting the
nomination for the presidency by the na
tional Prohibition party. After comment
ing at some length en the cost of the liquor
traffic and the respectability of the Prohib
itory movement, he concludes as fellows :
"I consider the objects of the Prohibition
ists of this country te be of supreme im
portance te the interests of the nation and
the people. Aside from its bearing upon
the moral and religious welfare of the peo
ple, I consider the suppression of the liquor
traffic te be an object of far greater politi
cal importance than any ether new
claiming the attention of the coun
try. My life has been, largely
devoted te the accomplishment of that
purpose. Perhaps I may live te see
my dearest hopes-in relation te it realized,
at least in this my own state. But, hew'
ever that may be, in the future as in the
past I shall keep that object in view. "While
1 sincerely wish that the choice of a can
didate by the Cleveland convention had
fallen upon some ether than myself, I ac
cept the nomination willingly, being sure
that it will prove te be the humble begin
ning of a triumphant end."
Fourteen Prisoners Escape Frem the Hen Hen
Hendersen, (la.) Prison.
Chicago, 111., July 20. A dispatch from
Burlingteu, Iowa, says fourteen prisoners
confined in the Hendersen county jail
made their escape Sunday afternoon. The
jailer took an afternoon holiday, leaving a
young Swede in charge, and allowing the
prisoners the freedom of the corridor
Owing te the extreme heat, abcut
4 o'clock the prisoners called for a bucket
of water and when the deer
was opened te pass it in, the Swede was
knocked down and the prisoners es
caped te the weeds near by. Among the
number thus liberated wasTepp, the Sage
The jail, which is located in the base
ment of the county poorhouse, two miles
from Oquawaka, is a rickety shell and no
toriously unfitted for prison purposes.
During the confinement of the murderer
Bill Lee, who was hanged in the yard of
this jail some years age, it was necessary
te keep armed men en patrol day and
It was reported yesterday that the pris
oners Tracy and Garrison have been recap
tured. Ajlarge body of armed men are scour
ing the weeds and the dense underbush sur
rounding the jail in which the escaped
prisoners might hide for many days with
A Urutal Husband Fatally Heats his Wife,
and her Father and Mether.
Wilmington N. C.,JuIy 20.--S. Richard
son (colored) entered the house of Rebert
Phinncy, his father-in-law in the northern
part of the city last night, and beat his
mother-in-law Lucy Phinncy te death
and his wife, Fanny Richardson, and Mr.
Phinncy se severely that both are ex
pected te die. Richardson's wife had
separated from him and lived with her
parents, and the difficulty is supposed te
have originated from this circumstance.
The murderer was arrested and ledged in
jail te await trial.
Geed Sheeting at Wimbledon Te-day.
Wimbledon, July 20.--There is geed
light te-day, but with variable and uncer
tain winds. In the competition for " any
rifle'' association cup, Brown and Gcrrish
of the American team, each shot in two
nominations ; Brown made 50 and 49, and
Gerrish 49 and 48 ; Baker, of the English
team, made 48. In the contest for the
" Arthur" prizes, out of a possible 50,
Brown made 49 and Gcrrish 46. In sheet,
ing for the ladies' prizes, any rifle, Ger
rish scored 31, Brown 29 and Baker 34.
The match en Saturday next will com
mence at an early hour, and two ranges
will be shot at before lunch. Brown's
sheeting this morning comprises 32 bull's
eyes which were made almost without a
THE WALLACE COMMITTEE.
Continuing the Investigation of Alleged
New Yerk, July 20. The Wallace com
mittee continued its session te-day examin
ing witnesses as te alleged naturalization
frauds in 18G8. Senater McDonald, who
cress-examined Commissioner Davenport,
seemed annoyed at the latter's deficient
hearing. Davenport objected te return
the naturalization paper taken from An An An
toneo Kurshell, and taking it from Sena Sena
eor McDonald, retained possession of it.
Distressing Railroad Accident at Leng
Leng Br.vncit, N. J., July 20. Michael
Carrell, a gardener in Mr. Heey'spark,
stepped off the south-bound train in front
of the northward-bound express train this
morning at the West End station and was
cut in two. Carrroll was a sober and in
dustrious man of 40 years and married.
Carlisle Flooded by Last Night's Rain.
Carlisle, Pa., July 20. A terrific rain
storm occurred here last night, the water
running four feet deep in the reads and
many houses being flooded. The crops
are much injured. Many cattle were
killed by lightning.
Brighten Race Postponed.
Brighten Beach, L. I., July 20. The
races have been postponed until te-morrow.
The Drowning at Atlantic City.
At Atlantic City yesterday about eleven
o'clock, in common with ether visitors,
Mrs. Nesmith, wife of Lieutenant Nesmith
TJ. S. A., accompanied by Miss. Bessie
Fanshawe, the twelve-year-old child of
Jehn R. Fanshawe, of Germantown, to
gether with another little girl, Helen
Deaken, went in te bathe above the light
house. The locality chosen for their bath
is a very dangerous one, as it was between
the Breakwater and the lighthouse.
There is a strong eddy sweeping
around this Breakwater at all times,
and the current flews rapidly along
the beach for fifty yards, when it then
rushes out te sea. The place is net fre
quented much by bathers, and when Mrs.
Nesmith and her childish companions
sought this retired spot, it was with a view
of enjoying their bath in a quiet way. The
party, it is thought, endeaveree te wade
down the beach, intending te reach the
upper end of the bar, which stretches
from the lighthouse several squares
down the beach. There is a cove be
between the mainland and the bar, which
has already caused several drowning
cases this season in wading out, and it is
thought Mrs. Nesmith was suddenly pre
cipitated down the shallow embankment,
a few steps distant from which the water
if fifteen feet deep. Unable te swim she
for an instant clutched her young compan
ions, when she found herself in deep water
Soen they were swept from her and lest
beneath the waves. Tlie life beat in ser
vice further down the beach came te the
rescue en being signalledby persons en
the beach. All three were out of sight,
however.'by the time the beat came up.
The crew finally succeeded in recovering
the body of Mrs. Nesmith, which will be
taken te Philadelphia by her husband.
Payment of Rebel War Claims Impossible.
Te the Editor of the Sun Sir : A
Connecticut soldier asks in the Sun of the
13th inst. whether the Democrats, if they
win, will vote te " allow the rebel war
claims. " The constitution of the United
States answers the question in article 14,
section 4 of the amendments te the consti
But neither the United States
nor any state shall assume te pay any
debt or obligations incurred in aid of in
surrection or rebellion against the United
States, or any claim for the less or
emancipation of any slave ; but all such
debts, obligations and claims shall be
held illegal and void.
This is a complete answer te him, as it is
impossible te alter the constitution except
by the consent of three-fourths of all the
states. I would suggest that our brother
soldiers read the constitution carefully, an
alyzing each verse separately. Four years
age the same charge was made against Mr.
Tilden, and he premised that he would
veto each and every act that might be
passed by Congress te pay these claims.
New Yerk, July 14.
Showing the Drift or the Campaign.
Gee. C. Converse thinks Ohie will go for
General James D. McBride, a brigadier
general by brevet in the Union army, who
has recently been elected secretary of the
United National Laber League, was
asked whether he had made up his mind as
te whom he would support in the coming
contest. General McBride said, " I am en
thusiastically for General Hancock. I be
lieve him te be the right man."
The customary subscription list for the
Republican campaign fund heretofore
meaning "you're money or you're place "
is being vigorously handed about. On
one fleer of the government printing office,
where there are eighty employees, the
sum of $3.75 was collected. Twe negrees
from North Carolina were among the
number in the room, and they declined te
give anything. They stated most emphat
ically that they intended te vote for Gen.
Philadelphia, July 20. Fleur superfine
at250:t; extra at $.'53 50; Ohie and Indiana
family at $5 SSQC : Penn'a family at W5 .W;
St, Leuis family $5 50G 00 ; de old, $ 2 il 75 ;
Minnesota family 5 OO&i; SO; patent and lilirli
grades 7 008 .TO.
Kye flour at $4 .
Wheal Ne. 2 Western Red 1 y. ; Penn'a
Bed $1 12 ; Amber $1 V2.
Cern Steamer 40c : yellow S031c : mixed
Oats Ne. 1, White 43c; Xe. 2, de 42c ;Xe. 3,
de38)40c; Xe. '., Mixed K3Mc.
Previsions firm; mess perk at $13 50I4O0;
beef hams $21 S022 ; India m.s Iteel $ltilf; .TO ;
bacon, smoked shoulders (c; salt 5c;
smoked hams U12c ; pickled luun S!4c.
Lard quiet ; city kettle 73i8c ; loose
butchers 7c ; prime steam $7 SO.
Mutter firmer; Creamery 232c; de geed
te choice 2224c : Bradford county and Jfew
Yerk extra. 2223c ; Western reserve extra li;
18e;dogeod te choice 1415c; Rolls 'dull and
quality peer ; Penn'a extra UI2; Western
reserve extra 1517c.
Eggs dull; Penn'a lie; Western i:!13Jc.
Cheese firmer ; New Yerk full cream tKc ;
Western full cream 7?gSc; de fair te geed 7
7c; de half skims (i0c.
Petroleum quiet ; refined 9e.
Whisky $1 11.
Seeds Geed te prime Timethy $3 00: Flax
seed at $1 23 Clever at at $7 50&8.
New Yerk Market.
Nkw Yerk. July 20. Fleur State and West
ern Arm; moderate expert home trade In In
quiry ; superfine state $3 504 20 ; extra de $4 20
0450; choice, de., $4 C05 00; fancy
$3 10G 00; round hoop Ohie $5 005 50;
choice de $3C0G73; superfine western 35G
4 20 ; common te geed extra de $4 204 Ge ;
choice dodo $4 70Q7 00;" choice white wheat de
$4 505 00; Southern quiet and steady; com
mon te fair extra $5 25G 20; geed te choice
de V, 257 00.
Wheat irregular and unsettled ; White, cash
and July l2c lower; Red cash lc lower;
ethers a shade stronger; Ne. 1 White J nly $1 14;
Ne. 2 Red, July. $1 U1 YS, ; de Aug., $1 00
1 09!4 ; feept. $lesi t.
Cern a shade better and active; Mixed west
ern spot, 4S49'4c; de future 4'Ji44!e.
Oats quiet and steady ; state 3542c ; western
Monday, July 10. The arrivals of cattle at
the various Philadelphia yards for the paxt
week were: Reeves, 3,000 head; at the North
Philadelphia yard, 3!)0 head ; total, 3,390.
Reeves The market wai inactive and prices
declined fully c $1 ft, en account of the large
arrivals and warm weather. We quote Extra
at 545c ; geed at 55c ; medium. Vy
4c; common, 44c; mixed, 33j,c;
BALES AT THE WEST 1'IlILADELrUIA YARD.
299 Reger Mayncs, Western and gross, 4J
188 Owen Smith, Western and Va., gross, 44
157 A. A J. Christy, Western, gross, 45c.
190 E. S. & li. t". McFiUen, Western, gross
239 Ullman & Lehman Bres., Western, gross,
63 James Clemsen, Western, gross, 43Jc.
82 Dennis Smyth, Western, gross, 45c.
330 Jehn McArdle, Western, gross, 53c.
90 Daniel Murphy. Western, gross, 4."Xc.
255 Lewenstein & Adler, Western, gross, 4
229 G. Schamberg A Ce., Western, gross,
C9 L. Hern, Western and Chester co., gross,
41 II. Chain, jr.. Western, gross, 4J?g5Jc.
GO Schamberg & Paul, Western, gross, 45c.
20 P. Hathaway, Western, gross, 55c.
75 M. Levi, Western and Va., gross, 35c.
180 J. F. Sadler & Ce., Western, gross, 4l
20 II. Chain, Western, gross, 3J54"4c.
G7 Win. Sales, Western, gross, 45i5-c.
32 F. Sheetz, Western, gross, i.c.
110 Daniel Smyth ft Bie., Western, gross, 4
Fresh Cows were inactive and prices ranged
from te $50 per head ; arrivals, 180 head.
Lambs were in lair demand and prices
ranged from 4 te 7c per pound.
Sheep were quite uctivc and prices were
rather higher. We quote Extra, loe te 110 lbs.,
arrivals. 8.000 bead.
Hogs were active and prices advanced 25
cents per hundred. We quote extra at TJe ;
geed at 7c: fair at (c; common at Giic ; ar
rivals, 4,500 head.
Philadelphia. July 20.
1230 r. M. 3:00 r. x.
PennatTs (third Issue) 105
Philadelphia & Erie 13
KeaeiDg ...................... ..
Pennsylvania................ 55J ....
Lehigh Valley. 51
United Ces. of N. J lei
Northern Pacific 27
Northern Central- 33
Lehigh Navigation 29
Central Transportation Ce. 48
Pitts., Titusville ft Buffalo. 13
Little SchuylkilL 44
NkW Yeu. July 28.
N. Y. Central 131S
Adams Express 113
Michigan Central 91
Michigan Southern 106
Illinois Central 107i
Cleveland A Pittsburgh... .121
Chicago A Keck Island. 107
Pittsburgh A Fert Wayne.. 121
Western Union Tel. Ce VXM
Teledo ft Wabash 38
Hew Jerwy Central 73
Ontario Western 2G
United States Bends and Sterling Exchange.
(Quotations by B. K. Jamisen X Ce., S. W.
Cor. 3d and Chestnut Streets).
Pbiladxlfhia. .Inly 20.
... ...... B. lOill 4..US4..4..HA.1, 1AI Sltnfl,
United States 5's. 1S81. ( registered).. lOiiSle-
irnlfd Stiitiw 1U 111 fniHatHdlllO'ZlinU
United States -l
United States i
Brandy as a Medicine.
The tollewing article was voluntarily sent te
Mr. II. E. Slaymaker, Agent for Reigurt's Old
Wine Stere, by a prominent practising physi
cian et this county, who has extensively used
the Brandy referred te in his regular practice.
It is commended te the attention of these af
Indigestion &zd Dyspepsia.
BRANDY AS A MEDICINE.
This new much abused Alcoholic Stimulant
was never intended as a beverage, lint te In
used as a medicine of great iwtency in the en re
of some of the destructive diseases which
sweep away their annual thousands of victims.
With a purely philanthropic motive we pre
sent te the favorable notice et invalids earn
chilly these atlllcted with that miserable dis
ease Dyspepsia, a specific remedy, which is
nothing mere or less than
Tlie axed, with feeble appetite and mere or
less debility, will find this simple medicine,
when used properly,
A Sovereign Remedy
or all their Ills and aches. Be it, however
strictly understood that we prescribe and u
but one urticle. and that is
REIGARTS OLD BRANDY,
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SLAYMAKER. This Brandy hits steed the
test for years, and has never failed, as tar
as our experience extends, und we t here fort
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titles they are branded. One-fourth of the
money that is yearly thrown away en various
impotent dyspepsia specifies would sufllce te
buy all the Brandy te cure any such case or
cases. In proof of the curative powers et
Reigart'8 Old Brandy,
In cases et Dyspepsia, we can summon niim
hers of witnesses one case in particular we
A hard-working lanncr had been aillicted
with an exhaustive Dyspepsia ter a number el
years; his stomach would reject almost every
kind of feed; he had sour eructatiens con
stantly ue appetite In fact, he was obliged te
restrict his diet te crackers and stale bread,
und as a beverage he used Mel J rami's Reet
Beer. He is a Methodist, and then, as new,
preached at times, and in his discourses often
declaimed earnestly againstall kinds of strong
drink. When advised te try
Reigart'8 Old Brandy,
In his case, he looked up with astonishment,
but after hearing of Its wonderful ctfect.s in
the cases of some of his near acquaintances, lie
at lust consented te fellow our advice. He
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first bottle giving him an appetite, and before
the second was taken he was a sound man. with
a stomach callable of digesting anything which
he chose te eat. He stll! keeps it anil uses a lit
tle occasionally; anil since lie has this medi
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H. . SLAYMAKEK.
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