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Deatn of Christian Melllnger, Aaed 92.
Christian Mellingcr, a venerable patri
arch of Mountville, West Ilenipfield town
ship, died last evening between 10 and 11
o'clock, in the 92d year of his age, of
dropsy, with which he had been but a
fchert time affected. Mr. Mellingcr was a
native of this county, a farmer by profes
sion, and led a quiet and homely life ; and
yet by his frugality, industry and skill in
farming acquired a very considerable for
tune, estimated at from $80,000 te 100,
000. He was au upright, honorable man,
highly esteemed by all who knew him. He
was a widower, and for some years past
has lived with one of his sons. He was a
member, we believe, of the Old Mennonite
church. His surviving family consists of
four sous and six daughters, all of whom
are married. His funeral will take place
en Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock.
Caught iu the Act.
On Saturday evening a woman attempted
te steal a pair of shoes from the stoic of
Shaub & Bre., en East King btreet. Soen
after entering the store she picked up a
pair of gaiters which she placed under her
arm and attempted te conceal. Mrs.
Shaub, wife of one of the piopiicteis of
the store, was in at the time and she saw
the woman take the shoes. After pre
tending te make some purchases the
woman started te leave the store. The
cleik, who had been informed of the
larceny by Mrs. Shaub, stepped her as she
was going out, and, catching held of the
shoes, pulled them out from under her
arm. The woman said she had bought
them up town, but as they had the marks
of the linn upon them she was compelled
te admit the theft. The clerk gave her
into the custody of a policeman, but Mr.
Shaub refused te prosecute and she was
allowed te go free. She said her name
fieergc 1'etre cut some of his tobacco en
. Judge Livingston is spending his vaca
tion en his farm near town.
On Satin day night Geerge Petie's spring
house was broken into and Mime butter
and a quantity of milk were stolen.
La-t night thieves broke open the spring
house and stable of William G. Livingston
but stele nothing. An attempt was also
made te open the store of Kauffman &
Livingston, but was unsuccessful.
Hev. William L. Ledwith, pastor of
Ilcllvuu Presbyterian church, has gene te
Km epe for his health. His friends wish
him a safe trip.
IleutistH OH" ler Kellefuute.
Drs. M. H. Webb, A. J. Kutz, Eddie
Keller, (who is studying dentistry with
Dr. Webb), of this city, Dr. J. L. Baker,
of Coatesville, Dr. Underwood, of West
Chester and Dr. J. L. Nislcy, of Middle Middle
tewn: also. Mr. Juan Falero, of Mexico,
(a student of the dental department of the
L'nivei-sity of Pennsylvania, new spending
sometime in this city witnessing operations
by Dis. Webb and Kutz), left Lancaster
en the fast line at 2:10 this afternoon for
Bellefentc, te attend the three days ses
sion of Pennsylvania state dental society.
Dis. Webb, Kutz, Baker, Underwood and
Xisley are te clinic before the society with
the clectie-maguetie mallet, and a new
It Opei: Te-iiinrrfiw Preliminary Seitices
The Landisville campmecting will be
opened formally to-nmnew afternoon. Al
ready there are en the grounds semethiity
ei- forty families. Seme or the cottages :ue
already occupied and all of them have
b2en refitted and put in elder for house
keeping. Yesterday tlrsre was picachi'ig morning
and evening by Rev. Jereme Lindemuth,
of St. Paul's church, this city. The pros
pect is that the camp will be one of tl.e
largest ever held en the grounds.
Washington Borough Items.
The borough is again quiet, the excite
ment caused by the removal of the fences
The river is falling and there arc plenty
of fishermen upon it.
The Sabbath school of the Church of
Gi.d holds its annual picnic in the grove
of Bemhurd Mann, deceased, en Wednes
day. A brass band will enliven the occa
sion. The tobacco is looking well and some of
it is being topped.
Clir-d With Stealing Lumber.
Jehn Schects and Geerge Evans, of Co
lumbia, were arrested for stealing lumber
from the yard of Edward Smith, in that
place. It appears that thse men were in
the habit of taking lumber from Mr.
Smith's yard, and after leading it in beats
they would take it te Washington borough
where they would dispose of it. Iu de
fault of bail thft men were committed te
jail by Squire Evans, te answer the charge
Hard te Find.
The late president of the late beard of Re
publican return judges, Jehn II. Fry, esq.,
has been busy all day hunting speakers for
the Republican meeting at Ephrata. Owing
toarepeitthat Fry would preside ou the
occasion he had great difficulty in finding
anybody who would go. He has fallen
back en his friend Tem Davis as a last
A Sunday Scheel Worker.
The leca' committee en state Sunday
school convention have been notified that
Kev. 1$. F. Vincent will attend the conven
tion. Mr. Vincent is one of the most en
thusiastic Sunday school workers in the
United States. He is the author of a num
ber of the Chatauqua text book, was
leader of the Chester Heights assembly,
and will lead the assemblies at Lakeside,
Ohie and Chatauqua, X. Y.
Yesterday there was considerable excite
ment in Rohrerstown. It was caused by
a deg belonging te Isaac Miller which was
believed te be mad. The animal was
shot after he had bitten several ethers.
A deg was shot at Walnut and Queen
streets te-day by a boy. The animal was
said te have had the hydrophobia.
A deg which had the fits or hydrophobia
made his appearance en Seuth Queen
street last night. He bit a little girl aud
s cvcral dogs and was finally killed.
Charles Coulman of this city, put up a
large paper balloon in Manhcim en Satur
day night. After it had ascended several
hundred feet it burst.
The Sun Equipment association is hold
ing a picnic at Tell's Hain te-day and the
attendance is large.
The can of lard found in the possession
of James Murvine en Saturday morning
was identified te-day by a man who re
sides en the Herse Shee pike near Mechan
icsburg. He says it was stolen from his
premises en Saturday morning between 2
and 3 o'clock. There were two handker
chiefs of the same material banging en
the fence iu the yard at the same time.
One of these was stolen and it was found
in Murvine's house this morning by Con
Bitten by a Deg.
Yesterday afternoon Geerge Maxwell,
aged about 20 years, and bearding with
his mother Mrs. Jesephine Maxwell, Ne.
4i:i Church street, was attacked by a
strange deg and bitten in the leg near the
knee. The deg behaved se strangely that
feais were entertained that he may have
been mad. As a precautionary measure
Mr. Maxwell called upon a surgeon and
had the wound cauterized. The deg is
said te belong te a family. living in the
The following is a list of unclaimed let
ters remaining in the posteffice at Lancas
ter for the week ending Monday, July 26,
Ladle Lint: Mamie Ewing, Eva
Shcnk. , .
Gent' List: Henry Bigler, Jehn D.
Corley, Mr. Gait, Isaac Heiney, Jehn Ken
dig, B. A. Knox (for.), Michael Kennedy,
Themas Loucks. Clayten Landis. .las. H.
Ostman, Harry Trout. Henry Weber.
Melcn IIere Recovered.
The horse and buggy stolen en Friday
night from Mr. Binklcy, of Lititz, the par
ticulars of which have been already pub
lished, has been recovered and returned te
the owner. They had been abandoned by
the thieves somewhere near Ephrata.
Three well-dressed young men who were
seen loitering in the vicinity are supposed
te be the thieves.
The eampmccting at Brownstewu, West
Earl township, under the auspices of the
Evangelical association, in charge of Rev.
Kncrr, of Beading district, will commence
en Monday evening, August 9, and con
tinue till August 14.
Gene te Meet 111m Namesake.
B.ubary Coast evens up. Phil. Baker
has get home but Adam J. Eberly is off te
Durlach te fan his fevered brew and te
consult with Pierson M. Eberly as te what
the counted out Ebcrlys are going te de
A Itey Drowned.
On Friday afternoon, a two-year-old son
of Mr. Henry Darene, residing in Hellam
township, Yerk county, fell into a water
trough at the spring-house and was
drowned. He is said te have been a very
bright and interesting child.
Squire Frank, of Columbia, has returned
te court fourteen cases of riot against per
sons who were engaged in the recent
trouble in Washington borough, caused by
the attempt of the authorities te set back
Near the tunnel, above Columbia, a
small freight wreck occurred yesterday af
ternoon. Several box cars leaded with
freight and the caboose were thrown from
the traek and broken.
Iteinembering Uncle Hebby.
Te-day the Union fire company's Hag is
floating in honor of the birthday of Rebert
Fulton, who was a member of the com
Ilev. F. Seachrist will peach en next
Sunday, Aug. 11, in the M. E. church.
east end of Mechanicsbunr. Upper Lea-
cock township, at 2 o'clock in the after
noon. Jurers te be Drawn.
On Friday next, at 11 o'clock in the fore
neon, the sheriff, jury commissioners and
Judge Livingston will draw jurors in the
Ringgold band excursion te Atlantic City
en Tuesday, July 27, en Philadelphia and
Heading and Camden and Atlantic raiireaa.
Tickets geed for two days te return en
anv traiu from Philadelphia or Atlantic
Citv without additional charce. Fare for
reu ud t rip only $2.73. Special trains leave
Lancaster King street at 4:10 a. m., Col
umbia, 4:10 a. m. Fer particulars see
pesters and circulars at all stations en R.
and C. R. R.
Niaeara Falls excursion en Tuesday,
August 3. Tickets geed for 15 days te re
turn en any train. Fare for round trip
only $10. Trains leave Lancaster (King
street) at 7:.'55 and Columbia at 7:55 a. m.
Fer particulars see pregrammes at ticket
11. Skiit, esq.. Sonth Adams, Massachusetts,
writes: Allew me te inform you hew much
geed St. Jacob's Oil has done in this neigh
borhood. A woman had the Rheumatism se
badly that she could net even attend te her
wsi.li. Three annlicatlens of St. Jacob's Oil
cured her. lier joy seemed te have no bounds.
Nutritious, restorative, quieting, strength
ening and purityingare Malt Hitters.
Leve rules the court, the camp, the grove.
Hut this wc find where'er we rove.
That SOZODONT alone supplies
The dazzling teeth and ruby dyes.
That lend a maiden half the charms
That win her te her lever's arms.
Fer baby and children what mere delicate
and wholesome than Cuticura Seap.
Honored and Blessed.
When aboard of eminent physicians and
chemists announced the discovery that by
combining some well known valuable reme
dies, the most wonderful medicine was pro
duced, which would cure such a wide range of
di-eaes that most all ether remedies could be
dispensed with, m.iny were sceptical; but
proet of its merits by actual trial has dispelled
all doubt, and te-day the discoverers of that
yreat medicine. Hep Bitters, are honored and
blessed by all benetacters. Jyl6-2wdAw
Try Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup.
A Great Enterprise.
The Hep Bitters Manufacturing Company
is one et Rochester's greatest business enter
prises. Their Hep Bitters have reached a sale
beyond all precedent, having from their in
trinsic value teund their way into almost every
household in the land. Graphic.
"Don't you forget it. "Sellers' Liver Pills"
were the first pills se called in the United
Stales, and never tall te de their work.
A sixplk trial of Dr. Browning's Tonic and
Alterative convinces the most obstinate et its
superior health-giving qualities. Itls aperfect
Bleed Puritler, changes the constitution suf
fering from General Debility into one of vig
orous Health, and enriches the Bleed. Manu
factured by iu author and sole Proprietor, W.
Champien Browning, M. D., 1117 Arch8treet,
Philadelphia. All Druggists and Dealers In
Medicines keep It. Jy2S-lwdw
1 " : xtrwurmMY maml. - "- ' --- - r. -
LIYEET, SALE & EXCHANGE STABLE,
Ne. 112 Seuth Queen Street, in the Bear of Erisman's Hetel
Where gentlemen will find at all times Geed Safe Horses aud Fir.-t-elass Wagons te hire. Alse all styles of "Wagons con
stantly en hand for sale, new and second-hand.
New Wagons, Buggies and Carriages Made te Order,
And all kind of Repairing done at short notice, in the best style and at the Very Lewest Prices by
Shep in the rear of the Stable. Alse Horses and Mules constantly bought, sold and exchanged.
STABLE 112 SOUTH QUEEN STREET,
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken et
your rest by a sick child suffering and crying
with the excruciating pain or cutting teeth?
It se, go at once and getabettle of MRS. WINS
LOWS SOOTHING SYRUP. Itwill relieve the
peer little sufferer Immediately depend upon
it; there is no mistake about it. 1 here 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.
It is perfectly safe te use in all cases, and pleas
ant te the taste, and is the prescription et one
ei the eldest and best female physicians and
nurses in the United States. Sold everywhere
25 cent a bottle. fl.l7-lydAwM.W4S
Try Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup.
N. Mcltae, Wyebridge. Ontario, writes : "I
have sold large quantities of Dr. Themas'
Eclectic Oil ; it Is used for colds, sere threat,
croup, 4c, and, in fact, for any affection of the
threat it works like manic. It is a sure cure for
bums, wounds and bruises." Fer Mile by II.
IJ. Cochran, druggist, 137 and 13U North Queen
street, I-aneaster, Pa. 3
Trv Leehel's Renowned Cough Syrup.
Ask your druggist for " Dr. Lindsey's Bleed
Searcher." Itwill drive out bad bleed, give
you health and long life.
Try Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup.
Wlue for Sickly Persons.
Speer's Pert Grape Wine is unexcelled by
any ether la its mellow juiciness, richness et
flavor and brilliancyet color. Physicians say
it is superior te imported Pert ler invalids,
and In summer it is mere agreeable and re
freshing than claret. Clergymen use it, for its
purity, as a communion wine. This wine Is
well-known and highly appreciated for weakly
lemales and aired persons, and for communion.
This wine is endorsed by Drs. Atleeand Davis,
and sold by H. E. Slaymarer. I yl6-2tdAw
D. Sullivan, Malcom. Ontario, writes: "I
have been selling Dr. Themas' Eclectic Oil ler
some years, and have no hesitation in saying
that it has given better satisfaction than any
ether medicine I have ever sold. I consider it
the only patent medicine thut cures mere than
it Is recommended te cure." Fer sale by II.
B. Cochran, druggist, 137 and 139 North Queen
street, .Lancaster. Pa. 36
Try Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup
Attention Hancock Legien.
The members et the nbeve Legien will please
attend the lirst meeting for organization en
Monday Evening, July 2Gth, 1880,
at 8 o'clock sharp, at J. A. Sprenger's rooms.
Ne. MJ North Queen street. The Legien will be
composed of members of the different wards
and number 200 men. Membership in the
Legien will in no way interfere with the regu
lar parades of the ward clubs.
CHARLES F. RENGIEIt, Jit.,
H. K. McCONOMY,
Present membership one hundred. jy2t 21 d
The Democrats of the Filth ward will meet
at the public house of Philip Wall, en Tuesday
evening next, at 8 o'clock, te receive the re-
pert OI me ceinniuieu uii perumiiciu umi-i-ii
and effect an organization. Every Hancock
and Enelish man in the ward is requested te
be present ami enroll himself.
1 O. B.SHERTZEK,
President pre. tern.
The Eighth ward Hancock and English club
will meet te-morrow (Tuesday) evening at
Kehlliaas' saloon, en Maner street, at 8 o'clock
sharp. All persons intending te join are re
quested te attend.
WINFIELD S. HANCOCK,
FOR VICE PRESIDENT :
WHLIAM H. ENGLISH,
The great principles of American lib
erty are still the lawful inheritance of
this people, ana ever should be. The
right or trial by jury, the habeas corpus,
the liberty of the press, the freedom of
speech, the natural rights of persons and
the rights ef property must be preserved.
W INFIELD S. HANCOCK,
Maj. Gcn.Cemd'gDept. La. and Texas.
State Electoral Ticket.
R. E. MONAGHAN,
W. H. PLAYFORD.
E. A. PUE.
JOHN N, MOFFET.
NATHAN C. JAMES.
JAMES G. McSPARBAN,
DR. ALFRED J. MARTIN.
P. J. BIRMINGGHAM.
11. E. DAVIS.
GEORGE A. POST.
A. M. BENTON.
J. P. LINTON.
COL. JOHN S. MILLER.
J. O. SAXTON.
C. SC BOWER.
J. A. J. BUCHANAN.
ROBERT M. GIBSON.
HARRY W. WILSON
.1. ROSS THOMPSON.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
TOR BUFBKin JUDOS.
FOR AUDITOR OENKRAL.
ROBERT P. DECHERT.
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET.
. J. L. STE1NMETZ.
TOR DISTRICT ATTORNKT.
FOR SSNATOR (13 til DISTRICT.)
J. B. DOUGLASS.
fob Assmtmvr (2d district.)
S. C. STEVENSON,
8. P. SHIRK.
FOR ASSEMBLY (3d DISTRICT.'.
R. DAVI8 YUNDT,
JACOB M. HAENLEN.
FOR PRISOH imrTCTOBS.
BARTON M. WINTERS
fob peer directors.
A. J. SNYDER,
Smtz. In this city, en the 26th Inst., Annie
Seltz, in the 7th year of her age.
The relatives and friends of the tamily are
respectfully invited te attend the funeral from
the residence of her parents, 301 Church street,
en Wednesday afternoon, at 2 o'clock. Intel
ment at Zion's cemetery. jy26 2td
-s. ifARCUS O
He. 120 North Prince street.
Prompt and particular attention paid te al
erjLtteB and repairs. slS-lya
Among the many advantages gained, by our change of busine
location, an important one is the enlarged rooms and improved fa
culties of our REPAIR DEPARTMENT. "With our present corps;
of skilled mechanics and complete equipment of machinery and
tools we are are prepared te execute and warrant all work en
trusted te us.
MUSICAL. BOX REPAINING,
MONOGRAM INSCRIPTION AND
ORNAMENTAL ENGRAVING. &c
A great variety of new work in original designs will be produced
in our own manufactory. Any orders for specialties will be filled
at short notice and te the satisfaction of our customers. Old Geld
or Silver bought, taken in exchange, or made into new goods.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 West King Street.
I .1LIHIIL A UlltMU JLV'ieVU .THUt.'l.'t
r The owner can liave the same by calling j
at this office.
rM)BACCO RAISERS' NOTICE.
1 The Penn'a Mutual Hail Insurance Com
pany Is new ready te bind the Insurance, and
issue policies against hall damage te tobacco.
Rates reduced. Insure before it is tee late, at
UAUSMAN 4 BURNS'S, Ins. Agents,
Office, 10 West Orange Street.
100 Tens of Rags Wanted,
Fer which the highest price will be paid.
2-K CENTS PER POUND FOR GOOD
The highest price eald for Woolens, Old
Paper, Beeks, 4c Ten Rag Asserters wunted
te whom the highest price will be paid.
JOHN A. SHOBER,
Cor. North Queen and Orange Streets,
lyiMMK Umcaster, Pa.
XTERV1NE, OR TONIC SPEUlFICA.
-LN A BOON TO BOTH SEXES.
A REMEDY WITHOUT A RIVAL for ull
diseases arising Irem Nervous Debility, Sexuul
Disorders, ever Indulgence of Vicious Habits,
as well as from the prostration et old age. Its
curative properties in violent and chronic
forms of the following diseases have been at
tested te by the most Eminent Physicians :
Dyspepsia, Seir Abuse, Headache. Dizziness,
Sexual Exhaustion, Spermatonheea, General
Debility, Impotency, Premature Decay, Ac.
It has been in use for evet terty years, and
is te-day the most popular rett jedy for the dis
eases above mentioned in the WORLD. It can
be used without regard te diet, is pleasant in
taste, and better than all, It is a sure, sate ami
certain cure. It is no quack medicine, but
stands upon its own merits, as any trial wil
amply demonstrate. Since 1836 this remedy
has always been sold for a much larger price
than that for which it Is new sold; but owing
te the act that the time ler the payment of
an enormous royalty upon Its manufacture lias
expired, it Is offered te the suffering et both
sexes at one dollar per package, se as lobe
. te Bent t uliy address free et further charge,
within thH rendietail: a- wiucu unre n win
DR. WILLIAM YOUNG,
4( Spruce Street, Philadelphia.
May be consulted en all diseases by mail.
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the size of the regular edition, tilled with gen
eral and political news, but emitting the local
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It will contain full reports 'of the political
situation in the wneie country; speeches and
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comments, and a complete abstract of the
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Following are the low rates for clubs
UNTIL Af TERTHE ELECTION.
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Address with remittance
STETNMAN & HENSEL,
IU4J F. HIEMENZ'S,
Ne. 106 North Queen street for the Cheapest
and Best BOOTS AND SHOES.
105 Shraef the BUr Shee. 10S
JULY 26, 1880.
uiriPfaT u- THK SEASON.
l, EXCUKSION TO QU ARRYVILLE AND
THURSDAY, JVLT 29th, 1S80.
Special train leaves King street (Steven's
Heuse) at 8:15 a. m., and leaves Quarryville at.
6:30 p. m sharp. Bound trip ticket, including
admission te picnic. 60 cents.
Tickets geed en special and regular tiains,
te be had at Miss L. Flynn's book store and
Jehn Iliemenz's shoe store, 23 North tjneen
pi RAND EXCURSION TO
(On the Susquehanna River.)
THURSDAY, JULY 29th, 188.
Round trip only SI .25. Children betweew S
and 12 years 63 cents. Zion's Lutheran cburrcb
has made arrangements te run an excursion te
this beautitul Island. Scenery along the river
en the Pert Deposit R. R. grand. FIsWnff
geed. An abundance ei berries In the neigh
borhood. Geed water and refreshments e the
island. Train leaves Pennsylvania Railroad
Depot at 0:3) a. m. Arrives at Hartman's at 8
a. in. Returns in the evening. Tickets for
42 East King Street. jya-tttt
Y. M. C. A. EXCURSION
On FRIDAY, AUGUST 6th, 1880.
Via Penn'a Railroad.
FARE FOR ROUND TRIP: Yerk, S3JM;I
Marietta, $3.10; Columbia, $3.00 : Mountville. 1
$3.00: Rohrerstown. $3.00; Landisville, J.w; 1
Lancaster, $2.75 ; Leaman Place, $2.65 ; Rtnzer's,
$2.55 Gap, $2.45 ; Christiana, $2.35 ; Parkesburg,
$2.2 ; Coatesville, $2.05. Ail tickets geed ler
SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES: Marietla. 4:40
a.m.: Watts, 4:45; Chiques, 4:49; Columbia, 5;
Mountville, $5:10; Rohrerstown, 5:19: Diller
ville,5:25; Lancaster. 5:35 ; Wituier. 5:48 ; Itird-in-Hand,
5A2; Gordonville, 6-02; Leaman
Place, 6:06 ; Kinzers. 6:15 ; Gap, 6:21 ; Christiana,
6:27; Atglen,6:3l; Parkesburg, 6:40 : Pomcrey,
6:44; Coatesville, 6:52. Arrive at West Phila
delphia at 8:10 a. m.
Landisville passengers will come te Lancas
ter en the Fast Line, which will leave Landis Landis
Tllle at 5:05 a. m.
Fer further particulars see small bills ana
circulars, or address either or the Excursion
Committee. D. C. HAVERSTICK,
D. S. HURSK.
"PENNSYLVANIA R. K. COMPANY.
POPULAR EXCURSION TO
Watkins and Havana Glens,
and Seneca lake.
A First-class Excursion te these points has
been arranged te leave en
Tuesday, August 3, 1880,
Starting from Lancaster at 11KB a. m., passing
through Sunbury, Williamsport and Elmira,
and arriving at Watkins Glen at 6:51 p. m.
The Return Coupens will be geed until
AUGUST 18, 1880, Inclusive.
Purchasers of these tickets will have the
privilege et returning either by way of the
same route, or via Geneva and thence by the
steamer ea Seneca Lake te Watkins, where
they take the cars of the Northern Central
Railway for the return home. The fare for the
Round Trip has been fixed at the very low.
$9.50 PROM LANCASTER.
Children between the ages et 5 and 12 years.
Half Price. Ne step ever will be allowed en
these tickets before reaching Watkins Glen,
but holders of tickets will have the privilege of
stepping at all points from there, going and
returning. NOTE. Special reduced rates have
been secured for this occasion from a number
of Hotels at Watkins and Niagara Falls. The
Great Races at Rochester occur within the
dates et this excursion. Full Information may
be had en application te W. F. HAMBBIGHT,
Agent P. K. K., Lancaster, Pa., or by letter te
h J. K. SHOEMAKER,
Passenger Agent Middle District,
12 North Third Street, Harrisburg.
Fiiaxk Thomsen, General Manager.
L. P. Farmer, Gen'l Passenger Agent.
The famous mammoth three-deck Steamer
Leaves Race Street Wharf at Tla. m., arriving
at Cape May about 12)$ p. m. Returning, leaves
Cape May at 3 o'clock p. m., givlngampte time
for bat hin e or a drive en the beach. A full
Rruss Rand and Orchestra Music for dancing.
Parler Entertainments varied weekly. Lunch
eons and Refreshments in abundance. Din
ners and sdppers provided. Oysters and Fish
served for supper a few moments after taken
from the water.
Fare for the Bowd Trip $1 .00.
SUNDAYS Will leave Race Street Wharf at
P. S. A Bread Gauge Steam R. R. wHl con
vey passengers te Cape Island In 8 minutes.
Tickets for sale at
CHAS. H. BARK'S,
e28-2Kmdft'w CENTRE SQUARE.
"lO TO RINOWALT-S FOR
PUKE WINES AND LIQUORS, FRESH
GROCERIES, AND THE
GREAT MEDICINAL BITTERS.
Alse 96 per cent. AlcoaeL , All at
Ne. 205 "WBST KXNO' STREET.
MONDAY EVaUHNQ, JULY 98, I860.
Washington, July 26. Fer the Mid
dle and Seuth Atlantic states, clear
or partly cloudy weather, winds mostly
southerly, stationary or lower tempera
ture, nearly stationary baremeten
MORE DISASTERS OK WATER.
Four Persons Drowned.
Londen, July 26. A row beat was run
down by a steam launch en the river
Thames en Saturday, and a gentleman and
lady and two children were drowned.
nearer Steamer Capsized and Slxtew Par
Berne, July 26. A pleasure steamer
cansized in a seuall en Lake Brienz last
night and 16 persons drowned.
Collision or Steamers.
Londen, July 26. The Hazelden, from
Balbae, for New Chstle, has been sunk by
a collision in the British channel. Five of
the crew were drowned.
AMERICAN RIFLEMEN ABROAD.
Receiving Prises Frem the rrlaeess or Wales
The False Making Business.
Londen July 26. The American rifle
men were much cheered en Saturday upon
going np te receive their prizes at the
hands of the Princess of Wales. All the
papers mention the dispute between Far Far
eow and Hyde. The marker who took
the bribe in the Olympic competition is
under arrest. The court of inquiry has
net yet given its decision in the matter.
The British team suggested that two stran
gers should be placed in the butts te watch
the target of the Americans during the
match in order te see fair play, but Hyde
declared it unnecessary.
THE, 1-OBTE1 POSITION.
Turkey's Reply te the Mete of the Powers.
Londen, July 26. A Constantinople
dispatch te the Daily Nevn says the
Perte in its reply te the collective note of
the powers, points out that article 24tli of
the treaty of Berlin merely expressed a
wish for and authorized the powers te
offer mediation "net arbitration." It
declared that the decision of the recent
conference gives Greece mere territory
than did proctecol 13 of the Berlin treaty,
and indicates that the proposed cession in
cludes positions which it is impossible for
Turkey te surrender.
The Meld Utterances r Russian Newi
payer. Londen, July 2(5. The St. Petersburg
Gelot in its article advecatine individual
liberty, which has already been referred te
in a St. Petersburg despatch as attracting
much attention, says that until adminis
trative procedure in punishing criminals
is abolished all reforms are futile ; that the
inviolability of the individual must be
recognized and established in law before
society can support the government in its
The Caslne Opened.
Newport, R. X.. July 26. The Casine
was opened te-day without any formality.
Several hundred guards were admitted and
nnnli'niiv wwiVpil bv the iroverners who
showed them every courtesy. The various
buildings were visited n4 the amusements
were fully inaugurated. Tic hours set ler
the opening were from 11 i clock.
Ne Signs of Collapse.
New Yerk, July 26. Dr. Tanner is
rather mere restless than yesterday, wt
no signs of collapse are apparent. Frem
midnight until neon te-day he has .taken a1
pint of water. At two o'clock this after
noon his pulse was 74, respiration 16 and
temperature 98J ; dynometer pressure 89
Te-day's Racing as Saratoga.
Saratoga, July 26. First race, half
mile, was wen by Lettie ; Charlette second
and Compensation third. Time 50j.
Charlie Oerham wen the third race;
Mines second and Ulitita third. Time,
Drowning of Twe Persen.
Denver, Cel., July 26. A. man named
Scruggs, and a boy of ten years, named
Jeseph Watsen, were drowned yesterday
by the upsetting of a beat.
Mr. Setaern Seriously IU.
Londen, Jnljr 26. The Daily Telegraph
states that Mr. Sothern, the distinguished
actor, is very ill. He has relinquished al1
his engagements for the year and his phy
sicians prescribe absolute repose.
Six Menth's Imprlseniceut.
Brussels, July 26. Tlie appellate court
has confirmed the sentence of six months
imprisonment passed in 1878 en the finan
cier Phillippart for irregular bourse spec
ulations. Yellow Jack.
Londev, July 26. The English steamer
Dcrment, which arrived from the West
Indies, has yellow fever en beard. Thirty
persons died from the disease en the pass
age and eighteen are convalescent.
The Estate or Jeseph Slegerly.
The first account of Henry M. Phillips
and Win. M. Singerly, executers of the es
tate of Jeseph Singerly, the deceased mil
lionaire builder and Philadelphia city mag
nate, has been adjudicated and confirmed
absolutely by the judges of the or
phans' court. Under the will of the
decedent his widow is te have for
life his late commodious city residence at
Bread and Jeffersen streets, together with
the furniture, carriages, horses, statuary,
&c. Te his daughters, Elizabeth Painter
and Careline Fleming, and his son, Geerge
A. Singerly, annuities of 90,000 each a
year are left te be paid until such time as
when the residuary estate shall reach the
principal sum of six hundred thousand
dollars, when they are te share equally the
income arising. Each grandchild is left
$5,000, te be paid upon coming te age.
Henry M. Phillips receives (10,000.
Te William Singerly publisher of the
Recerd, is bequeathed the whole of his
father's stock in the Germantown passen
ger railway company, 14,113 shares, ap
praised at $705,650. William's legacy,
however, is charged with annuity of $12,
000, te be paid te the decedent's widow in
the monthly sum of $1,000, and with such
portions of ether annuities if the income
of the estate should prove deficient te
provide for them. By his will Mr. Singer
ly made a number of ether small legacies
and bequests. The account shows the
estate te aggregate in value ever million
and quarter of money.
Split la Oka.
After a heated canvass between the
friends of ezMayer W.O.Rem and Hea.
Ames Townsend, the present congressman,
the Republican of the Twentieth Ohie dis;
trict held a convention which was marked
by great bitterness. The friends of Mr.
Rese, a large minority in the body, belted
and held a seperate meeting and appoint
ed a central committee te call a people's
convention ; also, a committee td issne a
manifesto te the voters of the district set
ting forth their grievances. After repeated
futile efforts te bring the belters into the
regular convention Mr. Townsend was re re
eominated for Congress. There is deep
feeling en both sides.
New Yerk Market.
Smw Yerk. July 38. Fleur State and West
ern Arm ; moderate expert and jobbing trade
inquiry; state at $3 804 40; extra de at $4 20
rSO; choice, de.. $4 89JU W: tary
106 : round hoop Ohie $5 1005 75:
choice de $S80700; superfine western $3SU
440; common te geed extra de $4 204 6e:
choice dodo $4 7007 00; choice white wheat de
45005 00; Southern Arm and steady; com
mon te fair extra $5234)6 20; geed tocnelee
deSS 250700. , ,
Wheat a shade stronger and quiet : Ne. 2 Red
Aug., $1 esjifi 1 OSK ; de Sept., $1 0K 1 08W.
Cern without Important change : Mixed
western spot, 45047ibc; de future UHS3v.
Oats dull and weak: state 3742c: western
35042c : Ne. 2. Sept,, 32C
at$25O03;extraat3OO03&O; Ohie and Indiana
family at $506 ; Penn'a family at 4 7505 SO :
St. Leuis family $5 .TOtrS 2.1 ; de old. $2 2504 75 ;
Minnesota family $5 256 25; patent and high
grades $6 7508 25.
Rye flour at $4 2504 37.
Wheat easier : Ne. 2 Western Red $1 10 ;
Penn'a Red $1 10 ; Amber $1 10.
Cern steady; Steamer 48c; yellow 5152c;
Oats quiet ; Ne. 1, White 4-tc: Ne. 2. de 42c; Ne.
3,de3904Oc; Ne. ?, Mixed JBc.
Rye New 70c; old 75077e.
Previsions Arm; uits perk at $13 5001400;
beef hams $21 00022; India m.-.- IhsvI 'tiU;
bacon, smoked ttheniden, 6c; Mill 35e;
smoked hams lllie ; pickled hanw SJiylc.
Lanl eniet: ellv kettle 7i8c : !-
butchers 6c ; prime steam $7 2007 27.
Butter firm; Creamery 25026c; de geed
te choice 22024c ; Bradford county ami New
Yerk extra. 23c; Western reserve extra 17
? 18c; de geed te choice 14016c; Rolls scarce;
enn'a extra .15017; Western reserve extra
Eggs" steady; Penn'a 10c: Western 12J0 Wtfc.
Cheese strong; N. Y. full cream tUijtlOe:
Western tuU cream 8Uc: de fair te giMMl
7X07Xc; de hair skims 66c.
Petroleum dull ; rctlned c.
Seeds Geed te prime Timethy $3 en :
seed at $1 2501 30. Clever at at $7 0008.
Philadelphia. July '-t:.
r30r.M. JtMIY. M.
Penna 68 (third laauu) 105
Philadelphia X Erie Ui
Reading.................... . 'J?
Lehigh Valley. 52
United Ces. of N.J 161 K
Northern Pacific 30
" Preferred 54
Northern Central 34
Lehigh Navigation 2iyK
Central Transportation Ce. 48
Pitts., TltUSVUle A Buffalo. 14
Nbw Xekk. July 2:
N. Y. Central 131
eric............ .............. 4ts
Adams Express 115
Michigan Central 'M'A
Michigan Southern lux
Illinois Central 1
Cleveland A Pittsburgh.. ..I21'4
Chicago Reck Island 101
Pittsburgh ft Fert Wayne.. iSl
Western union Tel. Ce lebjf
Teledo & Wabash....... 43
New Jersey Central V'
Ontario Western Mi
United States Henda and Sterling KMitm.4.
(Quotations by B. K. Jamisen Ce.. ". H".
Cor. 3d and Chestnut Streets).
Philadelphia. July 26.
United States Ps, 1881, (registered). .104
ITnlted States 4'a. 1WJ7. (reidstered)..llJ4fSlll
United States Currency 6 kSJISi
Sterling Exchange.. 484 nsl
Philadelphia, July 26. Cattle market active;
sides, 2.3U0 head. Prime 566c; geed 5J4
5c ; medium 4Q5c ; common 4Ji4e.
Sheep market active: sales 7,uije hi-uil.
Prime 45e; geed 4!c; medium 3Ji
3Vc; common 263c.
Hogs Market active; sales 3.3UO html;
Prime 7Jic; geed 7c; medium tfc; common
OUT DMA WINUS.
MY TUtS COMMON-
wealth of Ky.. and the fairest In the world
22d Popular Monthly Drawing
iXMMOKWEALTH DISTRIBUTION CO.
At Macauley's Theatre, In the City or Leui
SATURDAY, JULY 31st, 18SO.
THESE DRAWINGS, AUTHORIZED RV
THE LEGISLATURE AND SUSTAINED BY
ALL THE COURTS OF KENTUCKY, accord
ing te a contract made with the owners of the
Frankfort grant, will occur regularly en the
LAST DAVOF EVERY MONTH. Sundays and
Fridays excepted, for the period of Hfc
Y EARS, terminating enJUSEW. 1 , .
The United StaleM Circuit Court en March 31,
rendered the following decisiens:
1st That the Commonwealth Distribution
Company Is legal
9a Its draw lines are fair..
The management call attention te the iilier.il
scheme which lias met with such popular favor
heretofore, anil which will again lie presented
ter the ...
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10 prizes $1,000 each
109 prizes, tW)0 each
aw prizes W each
mm prizes xseacu...
lifts prizes 10 each .....
9 prises 100 each.
1,960 priaes......... ...... ''''''
Whole tickets. : half tickets, 1
S; 45 tickets, $100. ,,,,.. ,
Remix by Postoffice Meney-Order, Registered
tetter. Rank Draft or Express.
Te Insure against mistakes .and delays, cor
respondents wlU please write t... f names and
places or residence plainly, giving number or
Fostemce box or street, and Town.Ceunty and
AH communications connected with the Dis
tributlen and Order for Ticket should be ad
dressed te K. M. MOAKDM AN, Courier-Journal
Rnllding, LealsvlUe. Ky., or 307 ami 3t
Breadwav. New Yerk. ni31TuThJtSw
JAMES BROWN, DEAIJCR IN STOCKS
and Bends, 64 and 66 Broadway. New Yerk.
Operations en margin and by weans or privi
leges. Information furnished en all matters
connected with stock speculation and invest
EVERYBODY TO ADVER-
tlse, free ei cliarge. In the Ibtkluekk-
en, who want something te de.
RAOS! KAOSt KAOS! KAOS WANTED
, Housekeepers take notice that ue are
paying 2) ccnu a pound for MIXED UAUS.
Cash paid as seen as delivered te
aer9-3md Ne. 215 West King Street.
JTOM SALE OU RENT.
TH)R SALE CHEAP.
J? A four and a two hone power Demestic
Steam Engine and Beiler; also, two 20 horse
power Return Tubular Boilers, all In geed or
der. CaU and sec them. North Cherry Alley,
Lancaster, Pa. EZRA F. LANDIS,
J; The well-known Livery Establish in ent
kept by me for 12 years.
GEORGE W. ZECnEK,
Jy24-3td 221 North Queen Strt-i t.
ANTED IMMEDIATELY. A MEDIUM
Size Brick Heuse and let with all the
comforts of a home. Address A. U.. Istbixi Istbixi
exkcbx Offlee, stating lowest cash price and
hew seen possession can be given, full partic
R. WM. B. FAHNESTOCK
Having returned from the Seuth, has re
sumed his efflee practice, and can be found at
Ne. 2 EAST KING STREET.