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LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER. THURSDAY AUGXTST 5, 1880.
TENT AND TABERNACLE.
The Campmeetlns at lnduvl lie.
The children's services yesterday after
noon was addressed by Revs. J. Gcigcr
and Singer. The presiding elder of the
district, Rev. G. Cummins, preached at
3 p. m. a most earnest sermon, founded en
the words, "Be thou faithful until death
and I will give thee a crown of life." His
theme was the Christian conflict and its
reward. A geed meeting followed the ser
mon. Tlic spiritual tide rose very high
and the singing was grand.
An experience meeting was held at G p.
in., conducted by Rev. G. Rakestraw.
A large audience assembled in the tab
ernacle in the evening te hear Dr. Hanlen,
president of Pennington seminary, New
Jersey. The Docter selected his text from
St. Mark, viii., 30. "What shall it profit
a man if he shall gain the whole world and
lese his own soul." The text appeals te
our own self-interest We sometimes con
found self-interest with selfishness, which
is wrong, but the true self-interest is right.
The question suggested is : " What is in
volved in the less of the soul ?" The the
ories of rcstoratienism and annihilation
were referred te and rejected as absurd and
unreasonable. The less of the soul in
volves the eternal punishment of the soul.
There is no i-eilcetien of Ged 's goodness
in this. The seu! promotes its own ruin.
Hull was an afterthought with Ged ; it
was made for the Devil and his
angels; but when man became se
bad there was no ether place te put htm
but hell. A bad man would lind no enjoy
ment iu heaven, there would be no affinity,
congeniality. The less of the soul is an
utter less of all enjoyment. He gees te
hell with all his animal propensities, and
nothing te gratify them. An utter and ir
retrievable less of all geed.
The sermon was simple, practical and
earnest. The attention of the audience
was closely held. Dr. Hanlen is a forcible
speaker and uses no notes.
The services this morning were conduct
ed iu the tabernacle, as the ground was
considered tee damp for worship at the
public stand. The grounds are being pre
pared for services at the stand this after
noon and evening.
The morning prayer meetings were con
ducted by Revs. Leng and Savers. A
goodly number were present.
A large number gathered iu the tab
ernacle ;it 10 a. in. te hear Dr. J.
Kuchc, who discoursed se eloquently
en Sabbath morning. This is probably the
last sermon of the camp and quite auspic
iously the sun beamed forth as it began.
The text for the occasion is recorded iu
Jeb. xv., 11. " Arc the consolations of Ged
small with thee V" The theme announced
was that many Christians have small con
solations. This may be accounted for by
their misapprehension of their spiritual
privileges. They walk softly before th
Lord ; they attend te the external services
and duties of religion, but with all enjoy
small consolation. The sermon was point
ed, touching many hearts, and stirring
thein up te a clearer apprehension of their
privilege, and the means te be used, by
which they might come into the consola
tions of religion.
The last of the interesting children's
services was held at the stand af 1:30 p. m.
Parting addresses were made by Prof.
Ellcnbcrger and ethers, after which the
children marched around the circle several
times and finally halted at the stand, and
took their farewell, some perhaps, never
te meet again.
At ::0 the Sacrament of the Lord's
Supper was administered te a large num
ber. This evening will close the exercises
of the camp, which will consist in the de
livery of parting addresses, and in the
usual march around the circle, and of
shaking hands in the final adieu.
The results of the campmecting.se far as
the number of conversions is concerned,
de net measure up te ether years. Several
persons, however, will date Landisviilc
campinceting of 1880 as the memorable
epoch of their beginning in the spiritual
life. The spirit of all the meetings was
excellent, and these who came for the pur
pose of spiritual improvement and enjoy
ment were net disappointed.
The preachers of the district, who usually
attend and give their time and service te
the nieetingjdcserve a little mere liberality
shown them in the required expenses upon
them as te rent of tents, beard, etc. Seme
of them seem te think that the expenses of
coining here with their families is mere
than their small salaries will warrant.
The fourteenth annual campmccting of
the Kast Pennsylvania conference of the
United Brethren opened en Tuesday,
August :, at Stevcrdalc, near Hummels
town. Pa. Sixty-live cottages and a num
ber of tents are already entertaining the
attendants of the camp. Mauy have al
ready arrived and there arc many mere te
fellow who were hindered by the rain.
The ministers already present are Revs. G.
W. M. Riger, Lewis Peters, M. P. Deyle,
V. S. Mcily, I. li. Albright,. I. Baltzell,
K. Light, M. J. jMumnia, J. C. Muinma, J.
Steiuer, J. Yeung, G. A. Mark, I. L. Kep
hart, A. II. KaulTman, II. Phillips, J.
Clair, J. K. Fisher, T. Garland, P. Die
trich and I. W. Sucath. A great number
of Lancaster county people are attending,
among whom we might mention J. IJ.
Slehman, of Mouutville ; Jacob Sneath, of
Columbia ; Samuel Eby, of Mt. Jey, and
Mr. Musser, of Marietta. On Tuesday
evening the exercises began with an open
ing prayer and address by Rev. M. J.
Munima, presiding elder.
On Wednesday morning Rev. A. II.
Kaufiman preached from St. Jehn vi, 18,
20. In the afternoon Rev. J. R. Meredith
preached from Psalms xx, 5. Rev. Themas
Garland preached from Hebrews xii, 2, 3.
The usual extra meetings were held and
accompanied with interest. The camp
pr niiscs te be a very interesting one. Ex Ex
Uishep Erb is present and Bishop Gloss Gless
hreuuer, as well as ether prominent divines
will be present during the session.
The Evangelical church will held a
campnieeting at Brownstown, which will
commence next Saturday and close en Sat
urday, August 14. Sixty-five tents have
already been engaged and a large crowd is
The committee having the colored camr
niccting iu charge which begins at Millcrs
villc en Saturday next, went te the grounds
te-day te make the necessary preparations.
The streetcars will be run from this city
te the grounds en Sunday, when the at
tendance will be large.
Sale of Horses.
Samuel Hess & Sen, auctioneers, sold at
public sale yesterday at the Merrimac
house, Lancaster city, Pa., fei Jehn Stever
11 head of horses and colts, at an average
A HOLE. BUT NO trOLB.
Republican Wreck 1b the Eights Ward.
Fer some days past "the best workers"
in the Eighth ward have been using their
best endeavors te secure and pat up aGar-
j field pole that would " top " the Hancock
pole at West King and Mary streets. It
was designed te put it en high greuncLand
se they selected as an appropriate site the
open let of ground en Maner street oppo
site Snyder's segar factory. A pole ever
ninety feet in length was cut two or three
days age and a hole was dug te receive it.
An attempt was made te haul it into town
en Tuesday last, but the rotten old stick
fit emblem of the Garfield party
broke in two while en route, and the
butt end of it was unceremoniously
dumped down into the summer read of the
Millcrsville pike at the blacksmith shop
near Lintner's. Harry Gardner, Lorentz
Snyder, and ether loyal Rads who had
charge of the pole were in despair. It
would never de te put up the stump, and
it would be impossible te splice together
the broken sections. An investigating
committee was appointed te scour the
weeds and secure a suitable splice. At
last accounts they were groping through
the weeds with dark lanterns, unable te
find the necessary timber. Meantime the
broken stick lies prone in the mud, with
none se mean as te de it reverence.
The fugitive poet of the New Era who
walked out Maner street this morning in
expectation of seeing the pole proudly
erect with its taper top close against the
sky, was sadly disappointed. Leeking
down into the hole from which the yellow
earth had been excavated, he said, plain
"I seen hole
ISutnet a pole!
Where is the pole
Te till this hole?
This little cave
Leeks like a grave.
It would be nice
If we could splice
The broken pole
And till this hole
Just then the poet slipped and fell in,
and the hole was pretty well filled.
If the best workers in the ward succeed
in splicing their pole andgcttiug it into an
upright position we will duly notice it.
Thus far the fates have been against them.
The Rads have no right te put up hickory
poles as emblems of their party. These
sturdy trees have been the emblems of De
mocracy ever since the days of Jeffersen,
and especially since the days of old "Hick
ory Jacksen," and the attempt of the ene
mies of Democracy te appropriate them,
and thus steal Democratic thunder, is
nothing mere than a false pretense. The
hickory and the game cock belong te us.
The thieving coon and the bloody shirt arc
the fit emblems of the ether side. Ne
wonder that even a hickory pole breaks
into pieces when prostituted te serve the
exigencies of the Republican party.
."Monthly Meeting of the Medical Society.
The Lancaster county medical society
held their regular monthly meeting in the
Grand Army hall yesterday afternoon. The
following physicians were present : Messrs.
Atlec, Jehn L., Atice, Jehn L. jr., Al
bright and Belcnius city ; Beckius,
Columbia ; Black, Strasburg ; Carpenter,
Cox and Compten, city ; Davis, M. S.,
Millersville ; Davis, S. T., Elder, nerr, A.
J. and Ilcrr, M. L., city ; Herr, B. F., Mil
ersvillc; Kencagy, Stiasburg; Livingston,
Meuntvillc ; Leaman, Lcaman Place ; Mus
ser, J. II., Lampeter; Miller, Bird-in-Hand
; Park, Gap ; Reland, city ; Trabcrt,
Reamstown ; Treichler, Elizabethtown ;
Thompson, Wrightsville ; Theme, Mastcr Mastcr
senvillc : Wclchans and Blackwood, city ;
Zeigler, J. L., and Ziegler, J. P., Mount
The members reported considerable sick
nesss in different parts of the county.
A resolution was passed returning the
thanks of the society te the editor and pro
prietor of the Philadelphia Recerd for suc
cessful work in exposing Buchanan and his
bogus medical diplomas.
Dr. Cox reported the case of hydropho
bia of the little Beeth girl and there was a
general discussion en hydrophobia.
This was about all the business of a pub
lic nature, and the society adjourned te
meet at Tell's Haiti en August 2G, when
they will held their annual dinner or pic
nic. There will be physicians present
from Yerk, Dauphin, Chester, Cumber
land, Berks and Lancaster counties, from
this city, and Frem Harvard county, Mary
land. New Machine Shep.
Bender & Helman, machinists, have
tern down their old shop. East Chesnut
street, near Duke, and arc erecting en the
site a new brick machine shop, two stories
and a basement in height, 70 feet front, 30
feet deep, and having a one-story wing in
the rear 30 feet deep. The building will
have a pressed brick front and will be
finished in the best style. It will
be used exclusively for the manufacture of
the centennial hand fan blower, joint tire
bender, iron railings, verandahs and ether
iron work for which this firm has become
The Inter County Itrldge.
The two Chester county men who were
the lowest bidders for the construction of
the inter-county bridge, the proposals for
which were epcucd at Christiana recently,
have withdrawn their bids. Brinten Carter,
of this city, is the third lowest bidder, and
the contract will be awarded te him as
seen as he shall give the necessary se
curity. His bid is $l,6G2. It appears
that the Chester count" men's bid was for
the weed work only.
Washington Borough Items.
The tobacco has been benefitted and
made a certainty by the late rains.
The Democratic candidate for state sen
ator, James B. Douglass, is about te go
into the grocery business.
Fever and ague are about. One young
lady has had severe shakes.
All quiet along the borough line. The
fathers arc at a hall and the river runs
calmly te the bay.
A fishing party consisting of Capt.E.Mc
Mellen, Jehn Weimcr, Geerge Erisman,
Julius Levy, Win. Youart, Andrew J.
Leiblcy, J. B. Lebkicher, Jacob Kremer
and Jacob Haag left te-day for Point of
Rocks, which is near Reckville, en the
Concstega. They expect te be gene for
By the sinking of the Ebert building in
Yerk, one of the French plate glass in
Ames Heffman's clothing store window
was broken. Forty feet of the foundation
wall will be rebuilt.
A large number of dogs appeared en the
streets with muzzles en te-day. They no
doubt read last evening's paper.
Frem Our Regular Correspondent.
An excursion te Cape Slay will be run
from here te-morrow morning by the Y.
M. C. A. The train leaves at 5 o'clock.
The New Yerk Mirror has secured a dra
matic correspondent in W. B, Given, esq.
Mrs. Rebert Hamilton, with her daugh
ter, Miss Callie left here yesterday for At
The darkeys of Tew Hill had a big fight
last evening. A few eyes were made
blacker than usual, and a couple of arrests
were made ; costs were paid, and here mat
J. Duncan Cottrell, esq., takes his
brother's place at the Denegal furnace for
some days te come.
Five members of the Wrightsville Grays,
detailed for fatigue duty at Fairmount
park, Philadelphia, passed through here
The match game of baseball, te have
been played yesterday between the Our
Beys and Columbia clubs, did net come
off en account of the rain. If the weather
permits it will take place this afternoon.
Company H, 11th regiment X. G. P. of
this place, will probably leave here to
morrow morning en a special train te be
placed at the disposal of the troops. A
fatigue squad will leave here this morning
for Fairmount Park, the place of encamp
ment. The members of the company were
supplied last evening with the new equip
ments lately received.
The Late Mm. Meilernell.
The reporters are indebted te Squire
Evans for the following : Mrs. A. S. Mod Med
erwell, who died here a few days age, was
the daughter of Charles Antheny Selin,
and a granddaughter of Antheny Selin, a
Swiss, who came te this country and settled
at Penn's creek, and afterwards laid out
the town of Selinsgrove, Snyder county.
Antheny Selin bore a captain's commission
iu the Pennsylvania line in the Revolution
ary war, and was a member of the Society
of the Cincinnati. Mrs. Medcrwcll was
also the last of ex-Governer Snyder's
nieces. Simen Snyder was the seu of An An
teony Snyder, who came from Germany in
1740 and settled in Lancaster borough a
few years later. He was a saddler by
trade and died in Lancaster in 1774. The
governor wes born in Lancaster in Novem
ber, 1750 and went te Yerk in 1770 and
was apprenticed te a tanner. In 1784 he
removed te Selinsgrove, then in Northum
berland county. He was a true patriot and
died an honor te his state and country."
Mrs. Medcrwcll was twice appointed post
mistress of Columbia by Pierce and
Buchanan. She was removed by President
Hearding Heuse Thief.
A rather geed-looking, well-dressed
young man, giving the name of Chas.
Thompson, called at Mrs. Rcigart's board beard
ing house en Tuesday, and representing
himself te be a drug clerk, employed by
Dr. Win. G. Baker, asked for bearding.
He was accommodated and during his
brief stay made out te enter the room of
another boarder, J. M. Slaymakcr, and
stele therefrem yesterday afternoon two
full suits of clothing, a pair of pantaloons
and a coat, the whole being worth about
$03. Just before leaving the house with
his plunder he asked Mrs. Reigart te lean
him an umbrella, as it was raining and he
wished te go te the laundry. He get the
umbrella and of course failed te return it.
He is said te be the same dead beat who
was at Miss Barr's bearding house a few
The National Guard.
A detachment of the 12th regiment
national guard of Pennsylvania passed
through this city at 5:20 this morning te
make preparations for their regiment which
will take part in the military encampment,
te commence iu Philadelphia te-morrow.
The regiment is composed of a fine body
of young men from Williamsport and vicin
ity. Majer B. F. Brencman went te Philadel
phia this morning te attend the encamp
ment of the National Guard in Fairmount
Many Lancaster speilsmen arc attending
the Neffsville sheeting match te-day.
Rebt.T. Robinson, esq., left for Mans
field, Ohie, at 2:10 p. in. te-day.
Yeung Mills, who fell from the reef of
his father's house yesterday is doing well.
A letter dropped in the postellice for
"Benj. T. Phillips, Carrel county, Md., "
needs the name of the pest office te make
a sufficient mailing direction.
Edwin Hall, dancing master, celebrated
his wooden wedding in Schiller hall last
night. He was made the recipient of a
large number of handsome presents.
Speeches were made by Samuel A. Grefl
and Harry Heuser. Mr. Hall provided an
excellent supper for his guests and had a
Dwelling Heuse Ilurned.
The two-story frame dwelling house of
Theodere Stauircr, near Heller's church,
this county, was totally destroyed by fire
en Tuesday morning, the family barely es
caping with their lives. The fire origi
nated from the cook stove. The less is
covered by insurance.
Sale of Ileal .Estate.
Jehn R. Russell has purchased at pri
vate sale from Geerge D. Sprecher a let of
ground GO by 70 feet en Fulton street, near
Shippen, en which he intends te build a
fine tobacco warehouse. The price paid
for the let was $1,000.
J. Cameren Muhlenberg, who is assistant
paymaster in the United States army, ar
rived in Lancaster from Atlanta, Georgia,
this morning. He is en his way te Omaha,
te which place he has been transferred.
A deg, supposed te be mad, was shot
and killed inside the enclosure at Knapp's
Villa yesterday. It was noticed biting at
stocks and stones and acting in an unusual
manner before it was shot.
Cape May Excursion.
The Y. M. C. A. excursion te Cape May
takes place te-morrow. The special train
leaves Lancaster at 5:35 a.m. and steps te
take en excursionists at all stations be
tween Lancaster and Ceatesvillc. The
fare for the round trip is only $2.75. The
rate is very cheap aud the excursion can
not fail te be a very delightful one.
Excursion te Chicago.
The excursion tickets for Knights Tetr
plar te Chicago may be had for $18 for the
round trip. Te accommodate ethers, net
Knights, the " Pennsylvania railroad com
pany will issue excursion tickets for the
round trip at the rate of $2G. These
may be obtained en the 13th aud 14th inst.,
geed for fifteen days.
Ameng: the many advantages
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 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.
St. Jacob's OH. is praised by everyone
What an Accident Did.
It lias discovered an absolute cure for all di:
cases et the Kidneys, which can be found in
Dax's Kidney Pad. StdT.W&S.<w
Nutrition Improved, strength restored and
disease arrested by Malt Bitters.
A Witty Customer
went te a drug store and asked ler SOZO
DOXT. The storekeeper said "We're out of
that, but here is something Just as geed." The
practical customer said, ' Xe you don't," and
walked out te a neighboring steru and trot a
bottle of SOZODOXT. nu2-lwdcel&w
The only medicinal soap adapted te cay
shaving Cuticura Shaving Seap.
Democratic County Committee.
The Democratic County Committee will
meet in this city en MOXDAY, AUGUST 25,
188(1, at 10 iu m., in the City Democratic head
quarters, Southeast angle et Centre Square.
A lull attendance Is urgently requested.
W". U. HEXSEL, Chairman.
D. McMullex, 1
18. S. I'ATTKiisejf, Secretaries.
W. Hayes Giuek. au3-d&w
Thc Junier Hancock and Knglish club of
the city will meet at Hagelgans's saloon, East
King street, en Monday evening, at 7 o'eleek.
It is impossible for a woman after a faithful
course of treatment with Lydia K. rinkhunrs
Vegetable Compound te continue te sulfer
with h weakness el the uterus. Enclose a
stamp te Mrs. Lydia E. I'inkham, 233 Western
avenue, Lynn, Mass., for pamphlets.
'Sellers' Liver Pills" never fail te cure bil
iousness, indigestion, or headache. Sold by all
Try Lecher's Uenewncd Ceugli Syrup.
lie Wise and Happy.
It you will step all your extravagant and
M reng notions in doctoring yourself and fam
ilies with expensive doctors or humbug cure
alls, that de harm always, and use only na
ture's simple remedies ter all your ailments
you will be wise, well and happy, and save
great expense. The greatest remedy for this,
the great, wise and geed will tell you, is Hep
Hitters rely en it. See another column.
Try Lecher's Ucnewned Cough Syrup.
Hundred of Ladies,
Who have been unable te attend te their du
ties owing te periodical sickness, have found
Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure a real
"friend in need. ISclng a purely vegetable
compound and containing all the elements et
safety as well as these of power. It has become
universally popular. During the summer es
pecially, it is a certain preventive for the nu
merous Kidney, Liver and Urinary troubles
incident te the season. All druggists sell it.
and none except these in jterftct health can af
ford te be without it. uu2-2wd&w
Try Lecher's Henewned Cough Syrup
lleils, pimples, and all bleed diseases ae
cured by " Dr. Lindsey's Bleed Searcher."
Sold by all druggists.
After years of travel te and from health re
sorts, and after a most careful trial et all the
various prescriptions, ladies have given up in
despair with an almost total less of appetite,
pale, bloodless, languid, and without ambi
tion ; finally, having learned of Dr. Brown Brewn
iug's Tonic and Alterative, although having
been sick ler years, gain flesh and a tine con
stitution upon investing a small amount in it.
Price 50 cents and $1. Fer sale by the Propri
etor, W. Champien Browning, 1117 Arch Street,
Philadelphia, and all Druggists. au." 1 wd&w
Statistics prove mat twenty-nve percent
of the deaths in our larger cities are caused by
consumption, and when we reflect that this
terrible disease in its worst stage will yield te
a bottle of Lecher's Ucnewned Cough Syrup,
shall we condemn the sufferers for their negli
gence, or pity them for their ignorance? Ne
9 East King street.
Heat and Sickness.
During the het anil sultry weather an un
usual amount of sickness prevails in every
community, especially among females and
children, caused by the fermenting miasma
gas or nitrogenous matter floating in the air.
arising from decaying vegetation. This bad
air affects everything we cat, and engenders
in it a semi-fcrmentatien, which, when taken
in the system is like leaven, and operates en
the whole, starting in the bowels and seen pro
ducing a violent fermentation, causing diar diar
reoea and dysentery. It has been found that
that the use of Spcer's old Pert Grape Wine et
Xcw Jersey lias an extraordinary effect in
checking this fermentation and restoring the
system te its original strength and vigor. In
valids and debilitated persons have found
it the most nutritious and strengthening tonic
iu the market, and the greatest help in resist
ing the poisonous effects of the vitiated atmo
sphere. This wine, se long established, has be
come the standard wine upon which physi
cians rely as the most rich in body and genuine
in character, containing the greatest amount
of medicinal properties with the least intoxi
cating qualities. Spcer's vineyards produce a
larger yield this year than usual, and he has
reduced the price of his wine that any person
can new purchase it of druggists fei $1 per
bottle. Xenc of this wine is bottled until it is
four years old. Gazette.
This wine is endorsed by Drs. Atlee and
Davis, and sold by H. E. Slaymakcr.
Try Lochia s Ucnewned Cough Syrup.
u JirewiC Bronchial Treches'''' arc nscd with
advantage te alleviate Coughs, Sere Threat,
Hoarseness and Bronchial Affections. Fer
thirty years these Troches have been in use,
with annually increasing favor. They are net
new and untried, but, having been tested by
wlde and constant use for nearly an entire
generation, they have attained well-merited
rank among the few staple remedies of the age.
"Brown Bronchial Troches'" act directly
en the organs of the voice. They bare an ex
traordinary effect in all disorders of the Threat
and Larynx, restoring a healthy tone when re
laxed, either lrem cold or ever-exertion of the
voice, and produce a clcarand distinct enunci
atien. 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 T-eches " will almost in
variably glve relief. Imitations arc offered for
sale, many et which are Injurious. The genu
ine "Brown's Bronchial Troches" are sold
only in boxes. 1anl5-lyd&wTu,ThA3
'I'OBACCO KAISEKS MOTIVE.
1 The Penn'a Mutual Hall Insurance Com
pany is new ready te bind the insurance, and
issue policies against ball damage te tobacco.
Kates reduced. Insure before it Is tee late, at
BAUSMAN A BUUNS'S, Ins. Agents,
Office, 10 West Orange Street.
gained by our change of bnsme
100 Tens of Rags ffanted,
Fer which the highest price will be paid.
CEXTS PEK POUXD FOB GOOD
The highest price naid for Woolens, Old
Paper, Beeks, Ac. Ten Bag Assertcrs wanted
te whom the highest price will be paid.
JOHN A. SHOBER,
Cor. Xerth Queen and Orange Streets,
yiMfdll '.nncaster. Pa
FLIM & BRBNEMAN.
100 Gress Fruit Jars,
Bought before the advance and for sale at
$1.20 PER DOZEN.
Great Bargains in
TINWARE AND HOUSE
Flu & Brenem's,
152 North Queen Street,
Y. M. C. A. EXCURSION
On FRIDAY, AUGUST 6th, 1880.
Via Penn'a Railroad.
FABE FOB BOUND TBIP: Yerk, $3.50;
Marietta, $3.10; Columbia, $3.00; Mount ville,
$3.00; Bohrerstewn, $3.00; Landisviilc, $3.00;
I.ancastcr,$2.75; Leaman Place, $2.U5 ; Kinzer's,
92.55; Gap, $2.45; Christiana. $2.35; Parkesburg,
$2.20; Coatesville, $2.05. Ad tickets geed for
SPECIAL TBAIX LEAVES: Marietta. 4:40
a. in.: Watts, 4:45 ; Cinques, 4:49: Columbia, 5;
Meuntvillc, $5:10; Bohrerstewn, 5:19; Diller
ville, 5:25; Lancaster. 5:35 ; Wltmcr. 5:48; Bird-in-IIand,
5:52; Gonlenvlllc, 6-02; Leaman
Place. (:00 ; Kinzcrs. 0:15 ; Gap, r:21 ; Christiana,
0:27; Atglen, 0:31; Parkesburg. fi:40: Pomeroy,
0:44 ; Coatesville, 6:52. Arrive at West Phila
delphia at 8:10 a. m.
Landisviilc passengers will come te Lancas
ter en the Fast Line, which will leave Landis
ville at 5:05 a. m.
Fer further particulars see small bills and
circulars, or address either of the Excursion
D. C. IIAVEBSTICK,
I). S. BUBSK.
The famous main moth three-deck Steamer
Leaves Bace Street Wharf at 7la. m., arriving
at Cape May about 12 p. iu. Returning, leaves
Cape May at 3 o'clock p. m., givingample time
for bathinir or a drive en the beach. A full
Brass Band and Orchestra Music for dancing.
Parler Entertainments varied weekly. Lunch
eons and Refreshments in abundance. Din
ners and suppers provided. Oysters and Fish
served for supper a lew moments after taken
from the water.
Fare for the Bennd Trip
SUNDAYS Will leave Bace Street Wharf at
x a. m.
P. S. A Bread Gauge Steam B. B. will con
vey piissengcrs te Cape Island in 8 minutes.
Tickets for sale at
CHAS. H. BARK'S,
C2S 2mdAw CEXTBE SQUABE.
WANTED. EVERYBODY TO ADVEK
tise, free of charge, iu the Iktkllioen Iktkllieen
er, who wants something te de.
WANTED. A YOUNG MAW WANTS A
situation as sardener. Can take care of
horses, milk cows and make himself generally
useful. Geed reference given. Apply at this
J'OJt SALE Vlt 11EXT.
-ITTANTED IMMEDIATELY. A MKDIU9I
V Size Brick Heuse and let with all the
comforts of a home. Address A. B., Intklu-
erncer Ollice, stating lowest cash price and
hew seen possession can be given, mil partic
ulars, 4c. jyl'J-tfd
The second sterv et Eshleman & Bath-
von's Banking Heuse, at Centre Square, and
also a room en second story, opposite the
renn'a k. h. ucpei, en uucsuiui sireei.
B. F. ESHLEMAX.
f23-2tdAStt Atternev-at Law
PUBLIC SALE. WILL BE SOLD AT
public sale en FBIDAY, AUGUST 13th,
at PhUip Wall's Green Tree Hetel, West King
street, a Let of Ground and Twe-Story Brick
Heuse en Maner street, known as the " Hu
mane Engine Heuse." The let Is 2tl by 30 feet,
mere or less. Sale te commence at 8 o'clock
p. in., when terms will be made known.
JACOB GUXDAKEB, Auct.
Whereas, The Honorable JOHN 3!. LIV
INGSTON' President, and HonerablM DAVID
W. PATTEBSOX, Associate Judge et the
Court of Common Pleas,in and for the county of
Lancaster, and Assistant Justices of the Courts
of Oyer and Terminer and General Jail De
livery and Quarter Sessions of the Peace, In
and ler the county of Lancaster, liave issued
tlii'lr nreeent. te me directed, reeuirimr nic.
among ether things, te make public preclama
tien tnrougneut my uauiwics, tnai a ueuix ei
Oyer and Terminer and a General Jail Deliv
ery, also a Court of General Quarter Sessions
of the Peace and Jail Delivery, will commence
in th Court Heuse, in the city of Lancaster in
the Common wealth of Pennsylvania, en the
TUIBD MOXDAY IX AUGUST (19), 18S0.
In pursuance of which precept public notice
is hereby given te the Mayer and Aldermen et
the city of Lancaster, In the said county, and
all the Justices of the Peace, the Corener and
Constables, of the said city and county of Lan
caster, that they be then and there in their own
proper persons, with their rolls, records and
examinations, and inquisitions, and tbeirether
remembrances, te de these things which te
their offices appertain in their behalf te be den e ;
and also all these who wlU prosecute against
the prisoners who are, or then shall be, in the
jail of said county of Lancaster, are te be then
and there te prosecute against them as shall be
Dated at Lancaster the 22d day of July,
' jy31-3tdeawft3tw ' '
THUBSDAY EVENING, AUG. 6, 1880.
"WAsmxGTOX, D. C, Aug. 5. Fer the
Xew England and the Middle Atlantic
states, cloudy weather, with occasional
rain, followed by clearing weather, north
west te northeast winds, stationary or
higher temperature and barometer.
Nearlng the End et the Leng Fast.
Xew Yerk, Aug. 5.-The most neticeable
feature in Dr. Tanner's condition te-day is
his extreme irritability. All conversation
with visitors is prohibited, and the latter
are requestetl te make as little neise as
possible. He complains of weakness at
intervals, but is buoyed up by the reflec
tion that his task is nearly ended.
During the early merninz he suffered
frequently from nausea and was very rest
less, suffering from tbe odor of a cigarette,
which caused nausea, the stomach requir
ing a vigorous rubbing te case it. lie
rested quietly until 5:40, when he awoke,
feeling much better. After sleeping two
hours quietly, he drank three ounces of
spring water, but immediately after vomit
ed a portion of it, tiuged with mucus. A
vigorous rubbing brightened him up and
accelerated the action of the heart.
At 10 o'clock he was given a mustard
feet bath and his body sponged with mus
tard water. At neon the eSth day ended.
A few minutes later he had another attack
of nausea and vomiting. In the morning
mail he received a marriage proposal from
a young widow of Hamilton, Me., who
signed herself Mrs. Carrie E. Huntingdon,
and enclosed her picture.
And Ifelknap Came AIne.
New Yerk, Aug. 5. The corridors of
Fifth avenue hotel were crowded this
morning with Republican politicians from
all parts of the country, te attend the con
ference called at neon te-day. General
Garfield received a large number of visit
ors this morning, among them Judge Win.
H. Robertsen, Senater Birdsall, Ex-Sbcbe-tary
Belknap, Senators Hear and Dawes
of Massachusetts ; Gen. N. P. Banks, of
Massachusetts ; Themas C. Acton, A. T.
Paddock, of Connecticut ; ex-Ministcr
Stoughten ; Rufus Ogden, of Keyport ; J.
W.Petit, E. D.Mergan, New Yerk city; S.
II. Wales, Rev. Gee. Hallis, Gov. Heyt, of
Pennsylvania; J. F. Briggs, of New
Hampshire ; T. G. Alverd, of Syracuse ;
J. J. Yeung, of North Carolina ; Wm. A.
Darling, ex-Gov. Boutwell, cx-Sccretary
Robeson, N. W. Crape, Jehn M. Ferbes,
of Massachusetts, ex-Lieutenant Governer
Robinson and many ethers.
General Garfield received them all very
graciously, shook banns with them and
spoke briefly te each one iu turn.
Chairman Jewell called the conference te
order and presided. Speeches were made
by William E. Chandler, Jehn A. Legan,
Jehn Cessna and ethers.
Sleeting in Scranton.
Sckanten, Aug. 5. The Catholic total
abstinence convention this morning adopt
ed the recommendation of the emigration
committee establishing agents in all sea
ports te aid emigrants with money and
transportation. Father Bauillct, of the
Indian commission, started by Mrs. Gen
eral Sherman, made an eloquent address,
asking the co-operation of the convention
in forwarding temperance, education, in
dustry aud Catholicity among the Indians.
He said the Indian is net as red as he is
painted. There was a parade in which
one thousand temperance men were in
Civil Service Reform iu Canada.
Monteal, August Jii. At Grand Metis
en Monday, live drunken men attacked
Wm. Pagc,pestmaster,stabbing him in the
threat with a bowie knife and three times
in the back. Twe of his sons who went te
his rescue were also wounded. Page is net
expected te live. His assailants were ar
rested. A Passenger Train Wrecked.
Bridgeport, Conn., Aug. 5. A passen
ger train en the Housatonic read met with
a serious accident last evening near I5otz I5etz I5otz
ferd's station, by running ever a cow.- The
engine and baggage car were thrown lrem
the track and badly wrecked. The engineer
and express messenger were seveicly and
the fireman slightly injured. The passen
gers were badly shaken but none injured
A Leaded Ship en Fire.
Rimouski, Quebec, Aug, 5. The steam
ship Miramichi, with one hundred and ten
passengers aboard, took fire yesterday
while proceeding down the river. Much
consternation prevailed, but the lire was
extinguished before much damage was
New Yerk, August 5. Margaret and
Mary Ward, sisters, employed as cooks at
Delmenico's, quarrelled this morning, when
the former struck Mar' en the head with
an iron pet, fracturing her skull. Mary is
in a critical condition and Margaret under
The Saratoga JCaccs.
Saratoga, Aug. e. First race : Jewelry
first, Flera second and Mabel third.
Second race : Cel. Sprague first, Juani
ta second, Scetilla third.
Third race: Luke Blackburn iirst,
FcrnclilTe second, Oden third.
Fourth race : Steeple chase, Waller
first, Rese second, Derby third.
Recovering Slowly but Surely.
Londen, August 5. Gladstone passed
an excellent night and is making satisfac
tory though slew progress.
Peer Pennsylvania's Petty PoniUei..
Washington, D. C, Aug. 5. Hayes
te-day appointed II. J. Crouch, of Penn
sylvania, consul at St. Helena, and G. W.
Roosevelt, of Pennsylvania, consul at
Moved by the "Sun."
New Yerk, Aug. 5. It is' rumored here
that R. B. Hayes has written te Governer
Cernell asking a reprieve for Balbo, te be
Fleetwood, Pa., August 5. ThVpest?
office at this place was robbed by bnrglirs
last night. Less about $300 ; no arrests
have been made. ?
New Yerk Manet.
Xrw Yewc, Aug. 5. flour State ami West
ern dull anil prices without important
change; state at i 8004 50; extra, de at SI a
0490; choice, de., f4 C05 00; tuncy
$5 1066 23: round hoop Ohie 95-1003 73:
choice de 590700; superfine western at 800
4 50: common te geed extra de 4 204O:
choice dodo $4 700700; choice white wheat de'
H eOjja 00; Southern dull and uncliangctl:
common te fair extra 95 236 ai; geed te
cnelce de 96 2567 00.
Wheat iuiet.priccs without quotable Change:
Xe. 2 Red, Aug.. I 06t 0K ; de Sept., 1 09&
1 0UK ; de Oct., 1 9H$ 1 W ; Ne. I W hlte Sept.,
91 1! j.
Cern ilrin and fairly active ; Mixed western
spot, 4.Vt4Sc; de future 4f9(g50Jic.
Oats tinner: state 39gl3c: western Srt43c:
Ne. 2 Sept. Kc.
PuiLADELrniA. Aug. 5. Fleur quiet, steady
supeifine at fi 7T3 25; extra at 93M)O4a0;
Ohie and Indiana family ut 95 37tf625;
Penn'a family ut 55 50 ; St. Leuis family ut
95 fiOgtt 25 ; Minnesota family f C OKiJd SO : patent
and hiu'li grade- W50Q3 25.
Kye flour at 94 504$4 75.
Wheat quiet and easier: Ne. 2 Western
Red 91 OS;.;; Penira Red I Oygl 0!1.; Amber
Cern firmer en local markets: yellow at
5253c: mixed e(J5le; steamer tile.
Oats quiet aud steady ; Ne. 2, White42c: Ne. 2,
de 40c; No.3.deSS:sie; Ne. 9, Mixed XtjJUe.
Uye dull ; New e5j7ec.
Prevision in geed Jobbing demand ; ui .
perk al 914 5ti: beef Hums "-- 00ji22 Ml ; India
iu.s beet 911100: lncen niekel shoulders ut
5?4fk: ; salt ite ut 5g5e; smoked hams Uijl'-V;
pickled ham. 'Jyle.
Lard linn: city kettle SSJ'j: loe-e
bnichcr'7;i7e: prime steam 7J&c.
Butter quiet; Creamery 252Uc ; ie geed te
choice 2324c: Kradferd county and' New
Yerk extra. 22g24c ; Western reserve extra lis
l$c;dogeod te cheiee Hllkj; Kell quiet;
Penn'a extra ltgllti; Western reservn extra
Eggs easier; Penn'a 15c: W:prii lie.
Cheese firmer, with light stock; New Yerk
full cream lOJj&'lle: Western lull cream 'JxAii
!c: de fair te geed iQ'Jc; de half skims
Petroleum dull ; refined 8.c.
Seeds Uoedto prime Clever jobbing :it$s
S50; Timethy jobbing at $2 88-' for old : Flax
seed nominal ut $1 'M.
PRILADKUriil.'. Aug. 0.
1220 p. x. :::iki i-. m.
Pennati's (third issuu) 107
Philadelphia A Krie l.V,f
iteading 0 ....
Pennsylvania 5SJ-J ....
Lehigh Valley. 52Jj
United Ces. el N. J lt:i;
Northern Paeilie 21
" Preferred Cr4
Northern Centra! 37?i
Lehigh Navigation :il
Central Transportation Ce. 4!
Pitts., ;Tltnsvi;ie &. iiulluie. 124'
Little Schuylkill 44
Nkw ie.cn. Aug. r.
Stocks strong aud higher.
X. Y. Central V.Wi
Adams Express 1 in
Michigan Central 'Mf$
Michigan Southern IWi'.i
Illinois Centra U2;
Cleveland & Pittsburgh.. ..Wl
Chicago A KeckIlant lllf
Pittsburgh A fort VVayuu..i2iih
Western Union Tel. C ins "
Teledo Wabash Wi
New .leivy Central 7I
Ontario Western '5's
United States ileiuls and Sterling Kx.:it.t:i .
(Quotations by II. K. Jamisen & Ce..1-.
Cor. 3d and Chestnut Street.).
PniLAllKLFIUA. Aug. 5.
United States Cs, 1881, (registered). .WlUiffiler-'
United suites .Ts, 1881. (registered).. 102.'.
United States 4', IS"". (registered)II0J)li
United Suites 4V,!S!l,(cf lupeus).. .niVifi'eWt'
United Suites 4's, I'.Klj. (registered). .Iwiceii'.
United States Currency Cs Ii" iiV2i
Sterling Rxchuiure is: ii)'.K
ASSKSNKI) KSTATK OF MICHAICI. II
SHUCK and wife, of Kast CoCalice town
ship. The undersigned Auditors appointed te
distribute the balance remaining In the hands
of Israel W. Mentzcr auct Oaniel Nhxley, :ls
slgnees for the benellt of creditors, te and
among these legally entitled te the tame, will
sit for that purpose en TIIUi:l)AY, AIJUUST
12, 1880, at 10 o'clock, n. in., in ttie Library
Itenui et the Court Heuse;, in the City of Lan
caster, where all persons interested "n said
distribution may attend.
AND. M. Kit A NT.,
A. J. KKKICLY,
THOMAS J. DAVIS,
.1STATK :OF Ll:VIS UKITINO, Sit.
Inte of Lancaster ell v. deceased. The un
dersigned Auditor, appointed tedistrihute the
balance remaining in the hand. el Martin
Kempf, 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, IN), at 2 o'clock p. m.. In
the Library lloeuiofthe Court 11eiim in tint
city of Lancaster, where ail erseus Interested
n said distribution may attend.
I7STATK OK PHI 1,1 1' SCIIU.W, KATK OF
It the city of Lancaster, deceased. Letters
of adiiiistrutien en said estate; having been
granted te the undersigned, all imtseiis in
debtee! thereto arc; rcntic-sted te make iinini
dlate settlement, mid these having claims ;
demands against tii; same will present tliein
without delay for settlement te the under
signed, residing in f-aid city.
M. ISresius, Administrators.
J. II. Goen, Atfys. Jy21-:leuw
ASSIGNED liSTATK OF ANDICEW JOIIK
and wife, et Kast Lampeter township.
The undersigned Auditor, appointed te dis
tribute the balance remaining In the hands of
Calvin Coeor, Assignee, te and among t!ie.M
legally entitled te the same, will sit ler that
purpose; en THURSDAY. AUGUST 12, 18.-0,
at 10 o'clock u. m., In the Library Itoeui of
the Court Heuse;, in the city of Lancaster,
where all persons Interested in said distri
bution limy attend.
IN TIIK I'OUKT OF COMMON PLKASOF
Union National Mt.JeylSank ) Jan. Term, 1880.
vj. f Ne. :ss.
Henry Kurtz. ) Ex. Dee.
The umlersigned Auditor, appointed te dis
tribute " the money secured by mortgage;, exe:
cuted te WalterM. Fr.iiiklin,eq.." b. Inuerthe
proceed. lrem the sale; of the; above; named cle
lendant's rejal estate, te and among such lien
creditor or creditors as may be; le:tlly entitled
te the same, will sit for that purpose, en WED
NESDAY, the 11th clay el AUGUST. lN?.iit IV
o'clock. A. M., iu the; Library lioem or the
Court Heuse, in the City et Lancaster, where
all persons interested iu said distribution may
attend. NKWTO.V LIUHTNEi:,
IN tiik cerirr of common plkasef
Mary A. Miller by her next")
friend, Klizalietli Hiiber, i t'eti. Term, 1880.
v.i. f Ne. 15.
iienjamin Miller. J
And new Dec. S3, 187'J, en mo
tion of Samuel If. Price, esq., the
Court appoint J no. Amweg, esq.,
examiner, te take testimony.
A ttest : E. McMKLLEN.
iSenjainln Miller, take notice that deposition
of witnesses will be taken en behalf of the
plaintitt, en the 12th day of AUGUST, Igsn. be
tween the Hours et 10 e clock a.m. and:: o'clock
p. m. et salci day, at my office. Ne. 22 euth
Duke; street, Lancaster. Pa., when and where
you may attend If you think prcqier.
JA.MKS IIIIOIVN, 1IKALKK IN STOCKS
and Ilends, A andWISreaelway, New Yerk.
Operations en margin and by mean. of privi
leges. Information' furnlshe;d en all matter.
connected with stock speculation und invest
15y virtue oft lie authority vest-el In me
by the Ordinance et the city or Lancaster. 1
hereby ereler and command all owners of Deg
within the city of Lancaster te shut them up,
or, if nlleweel le run, te sc-curely muzzle the;
same, from and after THURSDAY, AUGUsT
5, 1880, atO p.m.. In some proper place, until
the first day of September next.
The owners allowing Dogs te run at large,
unless muzzled, will be liable te the tine under
Section 2 of the Ordinance; et 1841.
The fine imposed by the Ordinance et 1827.
Section 2, will be inflicted upon any person ob
structing the legally employed person from
carrying out the Ordinances respecting tbe
capturing of Dogs during the continuance of
JOHN T. MacGOXIGLE,
g au4,5,C,7,ll,ltdJ Mayer.