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TENT ANO TABKBNACLE.
Fregress of tlie Landlsvllle Campreeetlng.
Special Correspondence el the Isteixieescek.
Lanihsville Cash Gkecnd, )
FnniAT, July SO, 1880. S
The prayer meeting last evening after
the fccrmeu was one of deep intcicst.
Several persons were feiward ferpiajcrs
and one of them professed conversion. The
sphitual tide is using as the meetings are
Aheut fifty persons were in attendance
at the culy morning prayer meeting,
which was led by Rev. E. L. Potts. The
air is rather cool for the eaily prayer meet
ing, many doubtless picfer te hug their
blankets and indulge in sleep.
Pi of. Sweeney, who by his sweet songs
lias added se much interest te the meetings,
will leave the ground en Saturday, lie
gees te Ocean Greve. Many expression of
j egret, arc made by reason of this. Prof.
Kirkpatrick, of Philadelphia, is exacted
te be here and te supply his place.
It is much lcgrcttcd that Rev. C. T.
Thompson the president of the association,
is unable te be at the camp by reason of
sickness in his family. Brether Thompson's
absence fiem the camp will be sciieusly
felt, asne one understands better than he,
hew te manage a canipmecting.
The admission fee at the gates is bung
ing in a censideeable revenue which will
be amply sufficient te meet the expenses
of the camp.
Complaints are made by the authorities
that persons are taking advantage of the
season tickets. Persons inside hand their
tickets through the fence te ethers and
thus pass them in fiee. This arrangement
may be convenient te persons who may net
wish te pay the tiifliug fee of admission,
but is it honest or honorable '.' We can
not afleul te de a mean and dishonest
thing for ten cents,
fee and enjoy a geed
Belter pay the small
conscience and self-
Rev. Jeseph Gregg, of Cresseii, conduct
ed the 8 o'clock prajer meeting. His cx cx cx
hoitatieu was earnest and full of pathos.
A goodly number were present.
A 10 a. in. Rev. F. M. Biedey, of New
Helland, discoursed en Jehn'.iv., 1G, "Ged
is Leve.' The following points were dis
cussed : t. Ged in His nature and essence
is love. 2. Ged in His manifestation is
love. "... Ged in the nature of the testi
mony He t;ics te the believer is love.
Bi ether Ih edey is a geed preacher and
handled the subject well.
I'eeplt) Who Want tu Keep Coel.
Miss Annie Kttcr and Miss Sallic Walt,
left Lancaster te-day for Bedford Spiings.
Dining their sojourn they will visit Hun
tingdon, Spiucc Cicck and ether points of
Mr. Chas. E. Downey, ceuiicihnan fiem
the Ninth ward, who has been rusticating
among the mountains of Fulton county,
returned home yesteulay greatly benefited
in health. He rcpeits Fulton ablaze for
The sin fat Cape May is new doing its
best, the breakers lolling at the rate of fif
teen te the minute.
A Saiatega lady has fastened en a
breech an immense live beetle which glit
tcis in the sun like a bar of geld. It is
secured bv a sheit sreld chain and is al
lowed te crawl about te the extent of its
These who cannot go te Saratoga can at
least go te the neare-t ding stele and
paitakc of Congress water.
Misses Hager and Buchanan left for
Mount Deseit Island yesterday.
M. Itecdeier, the head of the great
champagne house, died atRhciins jcsiei
day. Miss Giaee Downey, of this city, ac
companied by her cousin, Mr. Rella
Dance, of Philadelphia, left Lancaster to
day for Atlantic City.
Outfit for a fishing party of eight : Twe
decks of caids, four baskets of previsions,
four dozen bottled beer, two fish poles.
Samuel W. Shadlc, esq., left for his
home in Mifilin county te-day where he
will spend a couple of weeks.
The Walk In Yerk Geltci tliolfaeritc.
Last night at 8 o'clock the 50-hour con
test heretofore announced commenced in
Yerk, the contestants being Gciter aud
Schcid, of Lancaster, aud Gus. Hickman,
of Yerk, the latter taking the place of
Zicglcr, who declined te walk. The men
all looked in geed condition when the
weid go was given. Centennial hall, in
which the walk is taking place,
was crowded last night and as the men
reeled off mile after mile, they were
loudly cheered. Geilcr is the favorite.
Schcid did some tall walking last night,
but was attacked with abdominal pains.
This morning, however, he was all light
and making geed time. Hickman is a
young Yerker, of geed form and has been
going very steady. At 7 o'clock this morn
ing the score was as fellows : Hickman.
41 miles, Gciter 37 miles, Schied 33.
The men at that hour were all off the
track, reserving their powers for te-night
The Burglars Shet at and Scared Oil.
On Wednesday night, Henry Waincr, a
wealthy farmer residing near the Pcquca
creek, about two miles north of the Gap,
Salisbury township, was awakened by
hearing some unusual noise outside his.
house. Getting up te investigate the
cause, lie saw a man running at full speed
away from the house. Mr. "Warner shot
at him and the man halloed as if he were
hit, but whether he was hit or net is net
known. Next morning Mr. Warner dis
covered that his cellar had been robbed of
a few pounds of butter and some ether
eatables, and net far from the house was
found a let of previsions that had prob
ably been stolen somewhere else ai:d
dropped by the thieves in their flight.
Preparatory Academy or F. and M. College.
A meeting of the committee en instruc
tion of the beard of Franklin and Marshall
college iu conjunction with the faculty was
held this morning at the office of Thes.
E. Franklin, esq., for the purpose of ar
ranging with the rector, Itcv. James Craw
ford, for the successful carrying forward
of the teaching in the preparatory depart
ment in the academy building during the
coming year. A very satisfactory arrange
ment was made.
31m e Drunken Women.
Twe mere diunken women were paiad
ing the streets iu the neighborhood of the
depot last night. They attracted a gi eat
of attention, but as they were net noisy
they cscipcd arrest.
Yesterday Jehn Griel, of Lime street,
went gunning and shot twenty doves.
Adjournment or State Teacher Association.
The State Teachers' association, which
has been in session at Yerk for some days
past adjourned sine die last evening.
Among the features of yesterday's
session was an essay en "Esthetics
in the Scheel Roem," by Mrs.
Mayne B. Aicher, of Litiz ; a geD.
eral discussion paiticipated in by Prof.
McCaskey, Stahr, Shaub and Wickcrsham,
of this city, Dr. X. C. Sheaffer, of Kutz
town normal school, Dr. I. S. Hays, Dr.
Lambert and ethers ; addresses by Profs.
Stahr, Buerle, Wickcrsham, Shaub and
Montgomery en the necessity of element
ary natural sciences in the public schools ;
a paper en '-The Merits and Defects of our
System of County Institutes," discussion
of which was paiticipated iu by Prof.
Shaub ; a commemorative resolution upon
the death of the late Prof. Allen, principal
of the Mansfield normal school, offered by
Pief.E.O.Lyte, eulogistic remarks by Prof.
Montgomery, and appropriate closing ro re
maiksby Prof. B. F. Shaub, the retiring
president. The following resolutions were
unanimously passed :
Jtesehcd, That the importance of in
dustrial education demands of all interest
ed in our schools, the careful consideration
of the subject, and such experimentation
upon it as will help te point out the way
te the most economical and useful results.
Resolved, That we strongly recommend
te the schoei efficcis and teachers of the
state, te introduce elementary iustiuctien
in some one or mere of the branches of
natural science each year.
Tlic Kphrata Ieinecracj
A huge and enthusiastic meeting of the
Hancock and English club of Ephrata was
held at Bait Winters's Ephrata house last
evening. Speeches were made by President
Ulrieh and etheis, and measures were
taken for the opening of a read
ini: room iu the basement of the
hotel, which has been given for that.
puip.)se by Mr. Winters. The best possi
ble feeling exists among the Democracy
of the disttict, and as an evidence that
they mean business we may be pardoned
for slating that fifty copies of the Intel.
i.ir.ENX'Ei: were subscribed for during the
That staunch old Democrat, Henry E.
Biubaker, of Elizabeth township, reports
that he has growing en his farm a field of
corn, one stuck of which has been meas
ured and stands 1.1 feet 7 inches
fiein root te tassel and another 14 lect
2 inches, and net done growing yet. Mr.
Brub.iker says if the corn continues te
grew at the rate it has been growing it
will be 20 feet high by election time. He
calls it the Hancock and English varity.
Twe popular conductors, J. Emersen
Beach and Lewis Silancc, of the New Yerk
division Penn'a It. It., new en a short visit
te Gee. P. ltey, of this city, yesterday,
accompanied by their host, took a fishing
trip te Safe Harber. They returned last
evening with a fine let of fish, having bag
ged feity seven black bass and nine large
A Vete en the Cart.
Yesterday en the excursion train te
Hartiuan's inland, a vote was taken which
resulted as fellows : Hancock G2, Garfield
20. Severn! men did net vote and several
Itcpublicans voted for Hancock.
Police news arc dull te-day, as the sta
tion house had net a single occupant last
.:.iud ple.i-ure Hip te Niagara Falls, ISut ISut
fale. WatUnstJleii, Klnitin, Geneva, Wilkes
banc, Tewauda, Mauch. Chunk, Allcntewn
and Kc.iduig, en Tuesday next, August 3.
Ticket geed te go en 4th and 5th, te return en
any train-. Ter 15 days. Fare for the round trip
only $10. Train leaves Lancaster ( King street )
at 7:55; Columbia, 7:55. Though wilhoutchange
et cars. Elegant new cars. Parler car from
AUcntew n $2 extra. Fer full particulars read
Sat ui day's paper. ltd
Mis. A. Neiulh, Tayleiville, Pa., writes:
M j- mother, an old lady of sixty years, suf
fered for thirty j cars w ith Kheuniatisin te such
an extent that she was at times entirely lame.
We procured from Messrs. Ludwig Bres.,
druggists, in Scranton. Pa., a bottle of St.
Jacob's Oil, used It according te direction, and
saw our effort crowned with perfect success.
Mether was relieved
Fragrant with delicious flower edun and
healing balsams Cuticura Seap.
Leve lilies the ceuit, theeainp, the glove,
lint this c find where'er we rove.
That SOZODONT alone supplies
The dazzling teeth and ruby dyes.
That lend a maiden half the charms
That w in her te her lever's arms.
Consumptives gain in flesh, strength
spirits under a daily use of Malt Hitters.
It is impossible for a weinun after a faithful
course el treatment with Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound te continue te suffer
with a weakness of the uterus. Enclose a
stamp te Mr. I-jdia E. Pinkham, 233 Western
avenue, Lynn, Mil-?., ter pamphlets.
Try LecIierS Kenewned Cough Syrup.
Honored and ltlessed.
When aboard of eminent physicians- and
clieini-ts announced Ihc discovery that by
combining some well known valuable reme
di', thu most wonderful medicine was pro
duced, w hicli would cure such a wide range of
disease that most all ether remedies could be
dispensed with, winy were sceptical; but
proof of itsmeiits by actual tilal has dispelled
all doubt, and te-day the discoverers of that
great medicine. Hep Bitters, are honored and
blessed by all benefactors. jy!0-2wd4w
Try Lechci's Kenewned Cough Syrup
The invalid finds in "Dr. Linclsey's Bleed
Scarchci" nature's great restorer. It Is won
"Brown's JJrenchial Troches'' are used with
advantage te alleviate Coughs, Sere Threat,
Hoarseness and Bronchial Affections. Fer
tliiity j ears these Tiechcs have been In use,
w ith annually increasing favor. They arc net
new and untiied, but, having been tested by
vv idc and constant use for nearly an entire
generation, they have attained well-merited
rank among the fevvstapleiemediesef theiige.
"Jtreten's Bronchial Troches'' act diieetly
en the organs of the voice. They have an ex
traordinary effect in all disorders of the Threat
and Larynx, restoring a healthy tone when re
laxed, either Hern co!d or ever-exertion of the
voice, and produce a clear ami distinct enunci
ation. Speakers and Singers find the Troches
A Cough, Celd, Catarrh or Sere Threat re
quires immediate attention, as neglect often
times results In some incurable Lung Disease.
Brown's Bronchial Troches" will almost in
variably give relief, imitations are offered for
sale, many et which arc injurious. The genu
ine "Brown's Bronchial Troches'' are sold
only in boxes. Jaul5-lyd&wTu,Th&S
Try Leclier's Kenewned Cough Syrup.
Mr. Bewen, of Gun Lake, Mich., says: "The
people here cannot de without " Sellers' Liver
Pills.'" Try them.
Win for Sickly frci .
Sneer's Pert Grape Wine la unexcelled by
any ether la Its mellow juiciness, richness et
flavor and brilliancy et 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 I
purity, as a communion wine. This wineis
well-known and higlUy appreciated ter weakly
lemalcs and aged persons, and for communion.
This wiuc is endorsed by Drs. Atlee and Davis,
and sold by H. E. Slaymal-er. 1yl6-2tda:w
Henry Clement, Almonte, writes: "Er a
long time I w a troubled with chronic Rheu
matism, at times wholly doubled ; 1 tried any
thing and cvervthing recommended, but failed
te get any benefit until a gentleman who was
cured of Kheuniatisin by Dr.Themas' Eclectric
Oil told me about it. I began using It both in
ternally and externally, and before two bot
tles were used I was radically cured. We wnd
it a household medicine, and for Croup.
Hums, Cuts and Utilises, it lias no equal.'
Fer sale by H. B. Cochran, druggist, 137 anil 139
North Queen street, Lancaster.
An Old Man's Blessing.
The following letter has been addressed te a
writer for this raper :
Heur, X. J., June 18K).
Dear Sin I am an old wan, seventy-seven
years et age, and for three or four years I haTe
had Diabetes, which kept growing worse and
worse. I discharged en enormous amount of
water, the quantity seeming te Increase wcek
after week, and my strength growing less and
less, forced me te think tliat I must seen die,
which I certainly should have done had I net
taken Warner's Sate Diabetes Cure, which 1
was induced te try upon recommendation of a
friend who had used Warner's Sale Kidney and
Liver Cure, and was cured by it. I have used
the Safe Diabetes Cure, it has cured me, and I
think it is the best thing in the weild.
JyIB-2wdftw M. N. Stoddard.
Try Leclier's Renowned Cough Syrup.
A Great Knterprlse.
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 found their way into almost every
household in the land. Graphic.
An Illinois woman has named her baby
44 Pinafore." Probably because she never
What 1 Well comparatively seldom was witb witb
ent Dr. Then-as Electric OH. which Is the
only remedy that has such wonderful cures for
whooping cough, diphtheria, colds, burns,
wounds, sores, hurts. Ac. Fer sale by H. B.
Cochran, druggist, 187 and 139 North Queen
Try Lechci's Renowned Cough Syrup.
The Ilcinnrrnrr of the Sixth ward will held
their regular meeting at the Schiller house.
North Queen street, te morrow (Friday) oven even
ing, at 8 o'clock.
The Hancock and English elub of the 7th
ward meets te-morrow (Friday) evening, at 8,
o'clock, at Kuhlman's saloon, Rockland street
It is desired that there be a full attendance.
The Junier Hancock and English club of the
7th ward will meet at Utzlnger's saloon, Mid
dle street, at I o'clock Friday evening, when
they propose adopting the uniform of the club.
The regular stated meeting of the Hancock
and English club will be held at their club
room, second story of Arneld Haas's saloon.
North Queen street, te-morrow (Friday) even-
ins, at e O CIOCK.
FOB PRESIDENT :
WINFIELD S. HANCOCK,
FOB VICE PRESIDENT :
HON. WILLIAM II. ENGLISH,
The great principles of American lib
erly are still the lawful inheritance of
this people, and erer should be. The
right of trial by jury, the habeas corpus,
the liberty of the press, the freedom of
speech, the natural rights of persons and
tlic rights of property must be preserved.
INFIELD S. HANCOCK,
Jlaj. t.en. Cemd'g Dept. La. and Texas.
Stale Electoral Ticket.
K. E. MONAGIIAX.
W. II. PLAYFOItD.
E. A. PUE.
JAMES G. McSPAKUAN,
lilt. ALFRED J. MARTIN.
II. E. DAVIS.
GEORGE A. POST.
A. M. BENTON.
J. P. LINTON.
COL. JOHN S. MILLER.
J. ). SAXTON.
C. X. BOWER.
J. A. J. BUCHANAN.
ROBERT M. GIBSON.
HARRV W. WILSON
J. ROSS THOMPSON.
DEMOCRATIC STATK T1CKKT.
FOR SOritEME .JCIX1B.
GEORGE A. JENKS.
FOR AUDITOR GENERAL.
ROBERT P. DECHERT.
IIKMOCUATIC COUNTY T1UKICT.
FOR DISTRICT ATTORKBV.
FOR SENATOR (13 til DISTRICT.)
4. B. DOUGLASS.
FOR ASHBUIILV (2d DISTRICT.)
5. C. STEVENSON,
S. P. SHIRK.
FOR A88EJIBLV (3d DISTRICT.;
IC. DAVIS YUNDT,
JACOB M. HAENLEN.
FOR rKISOS INSPECTORS,
BARTON M. WINTER
FOR rOOR DIRECTORS.
AN EVENING SOCIABLE WILL BE
Klven bv the Alpha club at the GUEEN
COTTAGE, Siturday evening, July 31. Ne
improper characters allowed en the grounds.
Admission free. Jy30-2td
100 Tens of Rags Wanted,
Fer which the highest price will be paid.
VI CENTS PEtt POUND FOB GOOD
The highest price paid for Woolens, Old
Paper, Beeks, &c. Ten Bag Assertcrs wanted
te whom the highest price will be paid.
JOHN A. SHOBER,
Cor. North Queen and Orange Streets,
jyfl-tfdlt Tncaster, Pa
Is exceedingly happy te announce te his nu
merous friends that his wile and self hare
safely returned from nearly a seven weeks'
tour through a portion of ninestates,rlding ad
sailing nearly 3,000 miles. Dr. Greene Is new
ready te help all sick persons te regain their
health. His attendant says in one week of his
absence 107 patients called te see him at his
offices. The following appeared in the Col
umbia Courant of June 17, 1830:
Krex the Brink op tub Gravb. As nearly
everybody in Columbia knows Harry Leng
has net for two years past been expected te
live from one week te the ether, nearly all of
which time lie has been in bed or prepped up
in an arm chair. During this time be has taken
medicine enough te kill a dozen people
pounds el pills and powders and barrels c(
liquids, Mr. Wm. Paxson, and ethers who had
been looking after the wants of Mr. Leng, pre
vailed upon liim te try Dr. C. A. Greene, of
Lancaster, and I am pleaded te say the cflect
of Dr. Greene's treatment is magical. The
sick man is new almost like one raised from
the grave. He is new out visiting friends, and
a few days age was in Lancaster city te offer
congratulations te Dr. Greene in person. Well !
well!! Wonders never cease. .S.
DR. C. A. GREENE,
JydOUU Ne.. 23S North Qnem Street.
Among the many advantages gained by our change of business
location, an important one is the enlarged rooms and improved fa
cilities 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 REPAINTNG,
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.
BARGAINS IN CALICOES
NEW YORK STORE.
YDS. HEW DARK CALICOES AT 5 CTS. A YABD.
J ust epenud an elegant assortment of choice styles In Calicees, Cretonnes, and Chintzes.
tandard Makes of Bleached and Unbleached Mnsllns from 10 Aiy 20 per cent below June
' INDIA LINENS. VICTORIA LAWNS, WHITE PIQUBS AND CAMBRICS AT BOT-
Watt, Stand & Company,
S AND 1 0 EAST KING STREET.
XFir AD VXRTISEMESTB.
ri'OBACCO RAISEKS NOTICE.
I The Penn'a Mutual nail Insurance Com
pany Is new ready te bind the Insurance, and
u.sue policies against hail damage te tobacco.
Kates reduced. Insure before it Is tee late, at
BAUSMAN & BUBNS'S, Ins. Agents.
Ofllcc, 10 West Orange Street,
"lO TO 205 W. KING STREET FOB
Ringwalt's Celebrated Hair Liquid.
Pm-e Wines and Liquors, 95 per cent. Alco
hol, and the Great Medicinal Bitters, ircsh
Groceries always en hand. All at
ran sale eh kesi.
WANTED 1MM.DIATELV. A MEDIUM
Siec Brick Heuse and let with all the
comforts of a home. Address A. B., IirrMXi
OBKCEn Ofllcc, stating lowest cash price and
hew seen possession can be giTen, full partic
ulars. Ac. jyfe-tfd
MJBLIC SALE OP HOUSES.
Y On SATUKDAV, JULY 31.1880, will be
sold at the Merrimac Heuse. Aertn rnnce
Street, Sixteen Haul of KENTUCKY HOUSES,
from 4 te 7 years old, all well broken te har
ness; geed steppers; among them a few
matched teams. A credit of 60 days will be
eiven. Sale te commence at l o'cieck.
PUBLIC SAL.E. WIM. BE SOL.D AT
public wile en Kill DAY, AUGUST 13th,
at Philip Wall's Green Tree Hetel, West King
street, a Let of Ground and Two-htery Brick
Heuse en Maner street, known as the "Hu
mane Engine Heuse." The let is 20 by 30 feet,
mere or less. Sale te commence at 8 o'clock
p. m.. when terms will be made known.
JACOB GUNDAKEK, Auct.
OT1CE TO FISHERMEN.
Fishing Tackle in every variety, uainuoe,
Cane and Weeden Jointed Beils, Lines, bhik
crs. Floats, Heeks, &c.
A call solicited. Prices low. .,,
ANDUEW G. FKEY'S
Cor. N. (neon nnd Orange Streets,
10-ytl Laneaster, Pa.
AGLE CIGAR BOX MANUFACTORY.
wv Ii-iva KtnrtiMl a new Clirar Bex Manufac
tery at Ne. 211 North Queen street, and arc
new prepared te fill all orders at the shortest
notice. As we have all the latest improved
machinery we will make as fine a box as can
be had in the country. Give us a cull.
utWiiuiiK a, Vu.,
Ne. 211 North Queen Street,
Capes, Caps, Helmets, a variety of Tin and
Metal Torches, Ceal Oil by the Barrel, Resin
and Political Torches. Political ilags and
Streamers. Chinese Lanterns with names et
Candidates, Muslin Flags et all Sires, Badges,
iitii Flags of i Sizes.
Wc Invite Clubs, Committees and ethers te
give us a call.
D. S. BURSK,
17 East King Street, Lancaster.
AS FITTING AND PLUMBING.
JOHN P. SCH AUM,
Ne. 27 SOUTH QUEEN STREET,
PLUMBER, GAS AND STEAM FITTER.
A Large Assortment et
Constantly en hand.
Te Nervous Sufferers The Great Euro
pean Remedy Dr. J. B. Slmpsen'B Specific
Medicine. It is a positive cure for Sperma Sperma
eorrhea, Seminal Weakness, Impotency, nnd all
diseases resulting from Self-Abuse, as Mcntel
Anxiety, Less ? Memery, Pains in Back or
Side, and diseases that lead te Consumption,
Insanity and an early grave. The Specific
Mcdicine is being used with wonderful success.
Pamphlets sent tree te alL Write for them and
get full particulars. Price, Speclllc, $1 per
gacxage, or six pacKages iur .. oj ej
ON MEDICINE COMPANY. Nes. 104 and 106
Main Street, Buffalo, N. T. Address all orders
II. B. COCHRAN, Drngglst, Sole Agent,
137 and 139 North Queen Street, Lancaster.
AE. McCANN, AUCTIONEER OF REAL
. Estate and Personal Property. Orders
left at Ne. 35 Charlette street, or at the Black
Herse Hetel, 44 and 46 North Queen street, wUl
receive prompt attention. Bills made out and
-KJTARCUS U. 8EHNKK,
Ne. 120 North Prince street.
Prompt and particular attention paid te al
tritlen and repairs. 13-lyd
I Having addea te our Livery Stock Twe
Hearses we are new prepare 1 te attend te tun
Tils at the shortest notice.
Office open day and night.
tylO-ttdS REESE BROS.
IDNI WUKI rOBSALE AT LOCH.
. en' Drag Stoic, 9 East King street
JJJLY 30, 1880.
Brandy as a Hedicine.
The lollewlng article was voluntarily sent te
Mr. H. E. Slaymakcr, Agent for Keigart's Old
Wine Stere, by a prominent practising physi
cian et this county, who lias extensively ustd
the Brandy referred te in his regular practice.
It is commended te the attention of these af
Indigestion and Dyspepsia.
BRANDY AS A MEDICINE.
This new much abused Alcoholic Stimulant
was never intended as a beverage, but te be
used as a medicine of great potency in the cure
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 el invalids espe
cially these aflllctcd with that miserable dis
ease Dyspepsia, a specific remedy, whieh is
nothing mere or less than
The aged, 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 use
but one article, and that is
REIGABTS OLD BRANDY,
Sold by our enterprising young friend, HE
SLAYMAKEB. Tills Brandy has steed the
test for years, and has never failed, as far
as our experience extends, and we therefore
give it the preference ever all ether Brandies,
no matter with hew many jaw-breaking French
fin,.e ti.ni- am l.nin. !(!. One-fourth of the
mencv that is vearlv thrown away en various
impotent dyspepsia specifics would suffice te
buy all the Brandy te cure any such case or
eases. In proof of the curative powers et
Reigart's Old Brandy,
In cases el Dyspepsia, we can summon num
hers of witnesses one case in particular we
A hard-working tanner had been afflicted
with an exhaustive Dyspepsia ler a number of
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 ids diet te crackers and stale Bread,
and as a bevesage he used McGrann's Beet
Beer. He is a Methodist, and then, as new,
S reached at times, and in his discourses often
eclaimed earnestly against all kinds of strong
drink. When advised te try
Reigart's Old Brandy,
In his case, he looked up with astonishment,
but after hearing of its wonderful effects in
the cases of some of his near acquaintances, he
at last consented te fellow our advice. He
used the Brandy faithfully and steadUy; the
first bottle giving him an appetite, and before
the second was taken he was a sound man.wfth
a stomach capable of digesting anything which
he chose te cat. He still keeps it and uses a lit
tle occasienaBy; and since lie has this medi
cine he has been of very little pecuniary Imdc
flt te the doctor. A Pracwsihe Physicias.
H. E. SLAYMAKER,
Reigart's Old Wine Stere,
Established in 1785,
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FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 30, 1880.
Washington, July 30. Fer the New
England and the Middle Atlantic states,
clearand partly cloudy weather, northerly
veering in the latter district te southerly
winds, nearly stationary temperature, sta
tionary or higher barometer.
ON THE MEND.
Dr. Tanner Greatly Improved An
New Yerk, July 30. Dr. Tauner has
greatly improved te-day. At 3:15 this
moraine he vomited a small Quantity of
miinin 1m tlinn dm 11 If 1 1 minces cX
carbonic acid gas water. He sat most of
the morning. A letter from 3Iary J.
Fegudah, of Milwaukee, offering the
doctor her hand and heart, greatly amused
him. He walked 25 laps around the en
closure in the hall, about J of a mile, in 18
minutes ; his gait was free and steady. At
seven o'clock he was talking te the visi
tors in a lively strain.
An Absconding Bank Cashier Surrenders
New Yekk, July 30. Wm. II. Cush
man. the absconding president of the de
funct First national bank of Georgetown,
Pnlomde. indicted bv the crand jury of
Colerado for embezzling upwards of 8100,"
000 of the funds of the bank, and who
fled te this city, surrendered himself
te Deputy United States Marshal Kennedy
this morning, and was held by Commis
sioner Shields te await a warrant for his
removal. 3Iarshal AVilcex, of Colerado,
has been here several weeks looking for
Cushman. The prisoner will go back
voluntarily without examination.
Today's Racing at Saratoga.
Sakatega, July 30. First race, Boot
jack, first ; Glencairn, second ; Compen
Second race, Ada Glcln, first ; Colonel
Sprague, second ; Oden, third.
Third race, dead heat between Geld Bug
and Turfman ; Goforth, third.
Fourth race, Observanta, first ; Utilitas.
second ; Chailie Ress, third.
FIKE AT WESTF1ELD.
Disastrous Flames Last Night.
"W'bstfeld, Mass., July 30 About mid
night a fire broke out in the third story of
a building owned by the Water Power
company, damaging the building te the
amount of $5,000. The upper stories were
occupied by the Hampden whip company,
whose less may exceed 20,000. Insurance
$.r)0,000. The ether occupants were Dex
ter Avcr's plating and whip button works
and N. T. Tyler's painting works, the
losses in which aggregate $8,000 ; partial
WARS AND KUMORS OF WARS.
Reumauiu Contracting for Ammunition.
Londen, July 30. A Bucharest despatch
te the Times savs Renmanu is contract?
ing for two million cartridges, two huu-
drcd for each of the ene hundied thousand
men she can put in the first line in case of
1 he Rebellion at Cape Town.
The premier of the movement at Cape
Town telegraphs that the Basnes are de
serting the rebel chiefs. A large number
of arms have been surrendered in the Lc
Earthquake that Occasioned Ceusldcr-
Smyrna, July 30. The earthquake
which occurred here yestciday demolished
four or five houses and damaged many
ethers." Twe persons were killed and five
or six wounded. Much damage was
dene in the adjacent country. At Burna
bad eleven houses, several cafes and two
minarets were demolished. Twe persons
were killed and ten injured. Slight trem
ON TO GANUAHAR.
British Troops llastening te the Scene of the
Londen, July 30. Arrangements have
been made for the despatch of troops te
the number of four or five thousand from
England te Afghanistan within a few
days. The military authorities arc also
prepared te send out 12,000 men in the
PRICE OF COAL.
The Present Rates te b Maintained.
Philadelphia, July 30. The commit
tees of the Lehigh and Schuylkill coal
exchanges met here this afternoon and
agreed te recommend that no change be
made in the present circular rates for the
line and city and harbor trade during the
month of August.
The Sceae et Twe Tragic Events In One
Watebtewn, N. Y., July 30. Geerge
Demarct, aged 14, was drowned in Black
river last night while bathing.
Frederick Week attempted suicide by
jumping into Black river last night, but
was rescued alive.
THE JERSEY CITY HORROR.
Progress of the Werk of Excavation.
Jersey City, July 30. Werk en the
cofferdam at the tunnel has progressed
rapidly during the past twelve hours.
The excavation is new eighteen feet
deep, leaving an equal distance
te be traversed before the bodies of tie
victims can be reached, which it is thought
will be by Sunday.
A Mether's Unnatural Crime.
Flushing, L. I., July 30. Emma
Barnes living near Creedmoor, gave birth
te a child five weeks age and subsequently
murdered it. She was arrested te-day.
Londen, July, 30. A. Constantinople de
spatch says some Greek pirates at Rhodes
attacked a British merchantman and a
Turkish gunboat has gene in pursuit of
The Londen Observer has discovered a
new orator in the Heuse of Commens in
the person of Mr. Nelsen, the member for
Maye. Mr. Nelsen is an ex-Presbyterian
Talmage the odds and beat him. He ex -
eels Curran himself, of whom the legend
gins that even when thanking Heaven
he never gesticulated, he used te bend for
ward and scrape the fleer of
the Heuse with bis finger nails. Mr.
Nelsen's gestures take possession
of his whole body and give vitality even
te his raiment. His coat speaks for him ;
the ends of his cravat are instinct with
elenueuce. They llyeast and west with the
electrical influence of his fervor. 3Ir. Nel Nel
eon is listened te with attention, for
he is thought te have surpassed any
thing ever dene in his line by Mr. Spur Spur
geen. His oddities of manner, his
marches and cenutcrmarclies, the veiled
thunders of sarcasm, invective and de
fiance with which he utters ' Mr. Speaker "
have net, however, prevented the Heuse
from recognizing that it has a treasure in
Sir. Nelsen. He is honest, kindly, frank,
outspoken, and his manly addresses are
said te be replete with the best kiud of
Irish mother wit, in which sound sense is
intermingled with quaint humor and
Mew Yerk Market.
Nkw Yerk. July 30. Kleur State and West
ern steady ; moderate expert and haine trade
inquiry : state at i S0Q 00 ; extra de at $4 30
0450: choice, de.. 4 f5 00: fancy
$5 10Q6 25 : round hoop Ohie e 105 73:
choice de 95 800700; superfine western 380
450: common te geed extra de l 3)0460;
choice dodo $4 "07 00; choice white wheat de
$4 5005 00; Southern quiet and steady; com
mon te falrextra3iog(;ie; geed tochelco
de$6 250700. , .
Wheat Spring firm: winter white nbeut
steady; red a shade better; trade moderate;
Ne.1, White. Aug., $1 OS; de red cash u;
Ne. 2 Red. July $1 0 : de Aug., $1 U8,"JS)1 03JJ;
de Sept., $1 09 ; de Oct., 1 n
Cern without important change: Mixed
western spot, 45iilSe: de future 4.;4Jl!J4e.
eats euiut ana aoeui siraie , " 'u
43c: western 3jijc:
Awr., 32c; de
Oct , 31c.
Philadelphia, Julyai. Fleurstrpng ;snpe
flneat 2 73Q3: extra at U l(i : Ohie .and Indi
ana family at$5 50t;2V lVnn'u family at tf
6 25: St. Leuis family $5 WHlG 9) : de old, 225
4 '.5: Minnesota family 5 7jS:"; patent and
hitch grades G508 29.
Rye flour at 14 50. ,.. ,,,,
Wheat streng: Ne. 2 Western Bed il 1j;
Penn'a Bed 11 15 : Amber 1 1
Cern steady for local tw: bellow M-arce;
Steamer 48l8c; jellew Jl'tfJMc; mixed M
teSflrm; Ne.2.WhltetNStc: Ne. i ite 42
43c; No.3,de3S40c: Ne. :', Mixed &a37c.
Rye New 7ue ; old TTie. ,,r,,-.
Previsions firm; nits-, perk at , 11:
beef hams 215022; India mess beetli(W;
bacon, smoked shoulder rJiGc ; salt 5j e2c ;
smoked hauis ll12c ; pickled hum Jd,9v.
Lard firmer ; city kcttl.i Se: loose
batcher 77lc ; prlinu steam OJQ'hc.
Butter active; Creamery 2.e; le geed te
choice 2l2e; Bradford county and New
Yerk extra. 21c; Western reserve eitra 17
l!k:;dgoed te choice ltICc; Bells linn;
Penn'a extra i:S17; Western reserve extra
Eggs'cuslcr; Penn'a 15Ji31Ge: Western 15c.
Cheese linn; New rk lull cream 10c:
Western full cream tyjgtte: de r.ilr te geed
7PVic; de lull r skims 7gJie.
Petroleum firm ; refined tye.
Seeds Geed' te priuiv Timethy U WHg:i oe :
Flaxseed at $1 Clever at at $7 75ftS 2.
Pn ILADELr h i a . .1 ii ly 30.
Pennab's (tliild is-u.) KB
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