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LANCASTER DAIL? INTELLIGENCER. AU1IDAY AUGUST 14, 1880.
from Our Regular Correspondent.
The Scheel Beard held an adjourned meet
ing in the efiicc of J. A. Meyers, corner of
oecenu and Locust streets, last evening,
ffer the adoption of "school readers' for
the coming term. Representatives from
several puhlishingheuses have been in town
for a few days past representing te the
members of the Scheel Heard and a
ethers interested, as well as te any who
may have the least sjieck of influence,
merits of the books the agency of which
rests with them. The Scheel Beard hearing
the praises of all books brought te their
notice sounded en all sides were no doubt
placed in a sort of quandary, te get out
el which mini red a motion te postpone
tnc question ler me present, which was
carried. Things new rest just where they
were six months age and here they will
probably continue te rest until the next
The question of re-establishing the
teachers' district institute also came up,
and by the adoption of a resolution was
made one of the facts of the next school
term, with the understanding that the in
stitute is te be held semi-monthly. The
tcachcis of the different schools aie al
I lowed a specified amount for each meeting
of the institute at which they are present.
The summer vacation will be ovcrbcfeic
the school heard will have again met, un
less, indeed, business of special import
ance calls the members together in the in
Stephen J. Younger, 2d sergeant of Ce.
II., of this place, has been appointed color
sergeant of the 11th Kegt., X. O. Pa., by
Cel. Kupcrl, the regiment commander, the
appeiument te dale from Aug. 11, 1SS0.
This appointment, creates a vacancy in the
line of sergeants of Ce. II. Sergeant
Younger wasilse by special elder appoint
ed acting sergeant major of the same regi
ment. The regular monthly meeting of Colum
bia town council was held last evening in
council uhamijcr of the ejtcra house.
Fruit thieves are much complained of
about Sixth and Walnut streets and fur
ther up. The inhabitants of the locality
premise te make it warm for the guilty
mostly youngsters, if they succeed in cap
I. I). Mishler will bring" "Jehn Jack"
te Columbia en August 'list. This is the
tirst opera house engagement of the sea
son. Mishler has several ethers te fellow.
Mr. I. C. (Silt has invited his friends
of the Columbia Secial club te meet him
en Monday evening next, in the club room,
and there participate with him in the cele
bration of the -- anniversary of his biith.
There will no doubt be a large attendance
en the occasion. That the members of the
club will de justice te the viands te be
spread before them is net doubted by
these who knew them.
The llcvs. Charles Winbigler and J. W.
Deshong, pastor and ex-pastor of the
Church of Ced, arc in attendance at the
Cumberland county campinecting. Tlieie
will be no services, ether than the prayer
. meetings, in the church te-morrow.
Oscjela tribe Ne. 11, I. O. It. M., of this
place, is picnicking te-day at Heise's
Plover arc new te be seen about here in
right geed numbers. Several of the Col
umbia sportsmen have been banging away
at the biul lately. Thirty-four were
brought into town by a party of four a
few days age.
Sheriff Strinu was in town yesterday.
An excursion train te Atlantic City and
Cape May left the Heading & Columbia
depot this morning.
A child of T. S. While, the tinner, is
new lying seriously ill with diphtheria.
An Olil Dwelling Heuse Hurtled.
This morning shortly after 2 o'clock a
one-story weathcrbearded leg house, be
longing te Jeseph White, and situated en
Church street, next deer below the Aiucii
can Fire Engine house, was set en lire and
dam-iged se badly that it will have te be
pulled down. The house w:is uu
occupied at the time, Mrs. Gardner
(widow of Wm. Gardner) and her
family having removed from it a few
days age. The incendiary's torch was
applied inside one of the back windows,
and the back pait of the building, there
fore, suffered much mere than the front.
The fiiemcn were ery slew in getting
water upon the llamcs, and after the water
was applied two sections of the Cleveland
company's hose burst causing further
delay in extinguishing the fire. Chief
Engineer Fordney being absent from the
city, Assistant Engineer Arneld had
charge at the fire. He suggests that as
the time for which the Cleveland
company guaranteed the hose has net yet
expired, the city councils should see that
the company makes ge.xl its guarantee.
The burnt building was an old one of no
ureal value. The less will net probably
be mere than $100 or i'HW, en which there
is n insurance.
It is rumored that one of the neighheis
MWhn men jumping ever the fence ad
joining the biiiut building just before the
lire broke out.
Francis D. Ileckert and family are put
In some inconvenience, as they had intend
ed te ii!ec into the building te-day.
IN THE WOO US.
Bcv. F, Krcchcr preached an able ser
mon yesterday morning from 1 Cor., x-i,
chapters. The communion was adminis
tered te a large congregation. Itcv. J.
Zcrn, preached from '(.'or., xv, .S, and lie
was followed by Itcv. W. A. Leepold.
In the afternoon Itev. Heffman, led the
missionary prayer meeting and a collection
of Se!! was taken up for inissieuaiy pur
poses. Itev. Jes. Specht preached at :
o'clock te the great satisfaction of these as- j
In the evening Itev. F. Scachrist preached
an effective and earnest sermon from
i'salm exxvi, G v. At 0 p. m. the mem
hers of the campineeling formed a cicle and
the usual geed-by was given It was a
happy occasion te all present, and geed
order was observed. There was a very
large attendance. This ends the meeting,
te commence again next Wednesday at
Democratic Heading iteinn.
The lower story of the Mishler building,
in the southeast angle of Centre Square,
having been fitted up as a leading room for
the Democratic party in this city, and fur
nished With tables, chairs, etc., te accom
modate it te this purpose, will henceforth
be open during every day and evening
until the end of the campaign. The Phila
delphia Time1, Recerd, Chronicle-Herald.
Xew ;Yerk World and Sun and all the
leading Democratic papers of Pennsylva
nia will be found en file, and from time te
time special campaign publications, por
traits, campaign songs, speeches, etc., will
be furnished te visitors. Open te all.
The spacious open platform at the same
place has been fitted up for public meetings
and ether parts of the bailing are furnished
for committee rooms, storage rooms and
similar purposes. The list of committee and
club meetings will be found in our political
Feast el the Assumption.
In St. Mary's Catholic church, te-morrow,
there will be low mass at (H and 8 a.
in., and at 10 o'clock a solemn high mass
will be celebrated. At 7 p. in. there will
be vespers and a precession of the sodali
ty. As stated yesterday, Father Wood Weed
man, a son of the superintendent of the
Fulton mill, a member of the pastoral or
der of priests (composed entirely of con
verts te Catholicism), an eloquent young
priest, will preach at this service. Father
iilakc, O. S. A., of Villa Neva, will also
take part in the services,
Business Transacted This Morning.
This morning court met at 10 o'clock,
for the llrst time in several weeks. Beth
judges were en the bench.
Judge Patterson delivered an opinion in
the following case :
C. A. Greene, charged with practicing
medicine without a license. Demurrer te
indictment. Demurrer overruled and in
In the ease of Mary Ann Kreidcr, who
was .allowed $2 per week alimony pending
the suit of her husband, Ames Kreider, for
di voice, the allowance new being due and
unpaid amounting te $10, a rule was grant
ed te show cause why an attachment
should net lie issued against her husband
te compel a compliance with the court's
The license of Aldus Fulmcr, formerly
el Hetel rranke, was transferred te Jehn
The license of Jehn Itehrer, of the
Seventh ward, this city, was transferred te
The following persons were divorced by
the court :
Gottlieb I'faff, of this city, from his wife
Christiana Pfaff ; grounds, desertion.
Mary A. Miller, of this city, from her
husband, Benjamin E. Millet ; grounds,
Sarah A. Shank, of Elizabethtown, fiem
her husband, Ebenezcr Shank ; grounds,
Habeas Corpus Vase..
In court this alternoena habeas corpus
case was heard bv the judges. Dera Dit-
maii and Casper Ditmau are the names of
a wife and her husband. The former re
sides in this city and the latter at Bird-in-
llaud. They have six children, five of
whom are with the mother in this city and
one with the father. The husband desired
te get possession of the two youngest chil
dren, and for that reason his wife was
summoned te bring the children intoceurt.
Casper stated that he and his wife have
been separated for ever a'car, he has
furnished money for and always was
willing te live with her, but hhc
refused te live with him. Mrs. Dittman
stated that her husband told her te leave
the home at Bird -in-Hand ; treated her
and the family cruelly, especially when
drunk ; she came te live in the eity and he
supported her for about a year ; ler four
months she and the children have been
supporting themselves and paying the
house rent. Twe ether witnesses were
called te testify te Dittman's cruel treat
ment of his wife.
In rebuttal witnesses were called te show
that Dittman did net treat his family badly,
that he provided for them, and that he is a
hard working man.
The Court agreed te allow the children
te remain with their mother.
mi-: kescrveir repairs.
T!i() Weilc Finished mill
Ready for In-
Superintendent Kitelt completed some
days age the repairs which have been mak
ing for some time past te the bottom
and inside of the north wall of the cast
city reservoir, and the brick-layers finished
the work te-day. The work, which was
of very considerable magnitude, has been
very thoroughly done, and it is confidently
believed that the cast basin, which has al
ways been leaky and a frequent source of
expense te tnc city, is new perfectly water
light and will remain se for years te come.
The .superintendent will make te councils a
detailed report of the work, and will ask
i councils te visit and inspect the basin some
! day next week, before the water shall be
' turned into it.
A number of old members of the 79th
1'. V. V. met at E. K. Martin's office last
evening, te take action relative te the death
of tlicir former comrade-in-arms, Maj. M.
II. Leclicr. Capt. Gumpf was in the chair
and .lames II. Marshall made the minutes.
Colonel II. A. Hambright, Lieutenant
Colonel David Miles, Captain Edward
Edgerly. Lieutenant Geerge F. Kurtz, E.
K. Martin, esq., Jacob II. Bciehlcrand
Samuel Musketuuss were named as a com
mittee te draft an expression of the grief
of the old soldiers at the death of their
late associate and of tlicir sympathy with
his family, te publish it and send it te the
"In Union There is Strength."
The Union fire company have their flag
dying te-day in honor of the 120th anni
versary of the company. The supper
takes place te-night at the Stevens house.
The guests who have been invited will
meet at the mayor s'ollice at f) o'clock,and
the honorary and active members of the
company will meet at the engine house at
the same hour, and headed by Clcmmcns'
city band, will proceed te the mayor's office
and escort the guests te the Stevens house.
Lamp I'est Broken.
This morning a four mule team belong
ing te a man named Miller took fright in
rear of the central markets, and running
the wagon te which they were attached
against the iron lamp pest comer of Grant
and Market streets, snapped it off close
te the ground as though it had been a
pipe stem. The gas pipe in the interior of
the lamp pest, was also broken off, and
for a short lime there was a free flew of
A Slight Kali read Wreck.
Last night about 10 o'clock the axle of
the tank attached te the locomotive '105 en
the Pennsylvania railroad, breke just in
rear of the freight depot, this city, and
the tank was thrown from the track,
blocking the read for some time. The
Cincinnati express cast was detained for
ten or fifteen minutes and a stock train, te
which the disabled engine was attached,
was detained for some hours.
Anether Child Kitten.
Yotenlay afternoon a little child of
Jehn Ilumnhrcville J51 Seuth Water street
was hittcn in the hand by a de with
which she was playing en a neighbors
front steep. The wound is net serious.
It will be rceellccted that another of Mr.
llnmplireville's children was bitten (net
by flic same deg,) a lew days previous.
The farmers in this vicinity arc busy
cutting their tobacco, which will be a
Siglc & Merriu, tobacco packers near this
place, sold a small packing of forty-two
eases of '70 tobacco te a New Yerk firm en
Mrs. Catharine Petcrman, widow of the
late Geerge Pctermau, is in need of as
sistance, having five small children te care
ler, the youngest of whom is lying at the
point of death. She resides at Ne. S33
North Concord alley, and is deserving of
material assistance from the charitable.
Going te Chicago.
Geerge Marshall and wife and "W. O.
Marshall left for Chicago today, ever the
V. It. It., and Charles Shultz, Jehn Cope Cepe
land, Jehn Carter and several ethers went
by Heading. Several gentlemen will go
te-night, but the largest number will go
te-morrow at 11 o'clock.
On Thursday evening the Republicans
of the Eighth ward met at Cenrad KempFs
saloon for the purpose of organizing a
DcGeljer club. Six or sevea men were
present, including the best workers, and
nothing was done.
We offer te make Fine Dress Suits,
We offer te make Geed Business Suits,
We offer te make Beys' Clothing,
All in best possible manner, latest styles and guarantee fit in every case or no sale.
We have new a fine selection of WOOLENS IX FALL AND WINTER WEIGHTS te select from.
Just opened a fine assortment of Medium Weight Underwear in nil tee; LAI7NDRIED and UNLAUNDBIED SHIHTS
made of the best materials and guarantee te lit ; Hosiery, triere3, suspenders, Fancy .Neckwear, all in full assortment.
GIVLEE, BOWEKS & HTJEST,
25 East King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
Jehn Masen, proprietor of the White
Herse hotel, Salisbury township, returned
te-day from a ten days' excursion te Niag
ara Falls, Seneca Lake, Watkins Glen and
ether noted places.
Held for a Hearing.
Ifenrv Decbler has been arrested en a
charge of attempting te outrage Maggie i
Fite, an account of which appeared in the
Intelligencer before. He was held in
bail fera hearing by Alderman McConemy
Cigars Stelen. ,
Last night thieves broke into the cigar j
factory of Sunimy & Ce., sit Sammy's j
tavern about two miles this side of Lau- j
disville and stele 3,000 unstamped cigars.
Sale of a Hese Heuse.
Jacob Gundakcr, auctioneer, sold at
public sale last evening the old Humane
hose house, and the ground it steed en, en
Maner street, te William Kautz fer297.
nehl for Postage.
A letter addressed te Mrs. Anna V.
Edge, care Jacob Edge, Downingtown,
Chester county, Pa., is held for pestage at
the Lancaster postethec.
A Fine Picnic In Prospect. j
The picnic of the Eighth ward equip- j
ment association at Green Cottage en
Monday afternoon and evening premises j
te be a novel and successful affair. It is !
under excellent management and the ar- !
rangements are complete. The grand il-:
luminatien in the evening is destined te be '
a cap sheaf te a brilliant occasion.
Ceney Island Merchants' excursion.
Only clianee te see Ceney Island at night, en
Thursday, August 2C Tickets positively geed
ler two days, te return en any train from
Jersey City without extra charge. Fare for
round trip only $1.75. Special trains leave
Lancaster (King street) ut 4:0 a. m., and Col
umbia ut 4:00 a. m. Fer particulars sec pesters
ami circulars nt all stations en It. and C. It. It.
MUtukes Should He Corrected
Particularly the praetice of taking medicines
into the system by way of the stomach ter ills-!
eases or the Kidneys. It is uu old treatment,!
well tiled, and proven Inefficient. The true .
method ii absorption, us proven by the great j
success of Day's KinxKV Pad. j
Equally adapted te the lecblc or robust,
male or female, are Malt Hitters.
A woman's beauty is never lest
Se long ih her tweet sniile remains
Se long as gleam her teeth like frost.
And Iter sett lip the ruby stains ;
AmiJSOZODONT. with magic power,
Itchtews en her this priceless dower.
Shaving U a rascally business, shaving with
Cuticum Shaving Seap alone excepted.
The Pleasures et Hepe. ;
When the body Is bowed wilhpalnan intense j
longing for relief brings hope. This may
brighten the suffering 1ml It docs net euro. At J
a time like this hew welcome is such n friend i
us Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure, j
hrlimtnic hone, health and happiness and the I
joys efa renewed Hie. j
Try Lechcr's Kcnewncd Cough Syrnp. j
"Great Bleed Tonic," for the cure et nil j
bleed diseases. ' Dr. Llndsey's llloed Search-1
Try Lecher's Kcnewncd Cough Syrnp
Prof. Guilmcltc, the Inventor of the French
Kidney Tad bearing hU name, was one or the
most noted medical men of his day in France.
Its cures el kidney diseases are most marvel
ous, anil are said te be permanent.
Half the Ills of human lite proceed from a
torpid and disordered liver. Submit te them
no longer while "Sellers' Liver Pills" will cure
you inickly. Si cents per box.
Tiiisslkk. August 13, 18N), Michael
In the Jal year et ins age. i
The relatives and friends of the family are!
wen..al 11. ll. I.. ll.wl . .1 ...... 1 1,1 ft.VtM&l f.Ain !
his late residence. Ne. 130 East King street, en
Sunday afternoon nt 3 o'clock. Std
Nixneitr. In Lancaster. Pa., en the 11th of !
August, 188, Keuben IScrtztleld, son of Henry
and Elizabeth Nixderf. aged. "years, 7 months j
mm it nays.
Xelice of funeral hereafter.
XEW. AD VE11TISEMEXTS.
ri'HK WOBKINGMKN'S STOKK IS THE
X place te buy your hats, shirts, overalls,
pants, hosiery, suspenders, ami notions gen
erally ; a geed assortment and prices te defy
competition. Persons attending court this
week and nil el hern arc respect Inlly invited te
Cheap Cash Stere,
ltd Ne. 52 X. Queen St., Lancaster. Pa.
BISHOPTHOKI'K-A HOARDING SCHOOL
ler Girls, Bethlehem, Pa. Scheel year bc
f;ins September IS, 18). Xumber of Scholas
Imited. Fer circulars address MISS FAXXT
L. WALSH, Principal. Befrer te Hen. S. II.
Reynolds, Hen. H. M. Xerlli, Charles F. Ilagcr,
Gee. M. Kline, esq., ami Gee, Calder, jr.
IMPORTANT TO REAL ESTATE OWN
KBS. About September 1 wc will iS4iie
our Monthly Catalogue of Real Kstate for sale.
If you have property te sell, avail yourselves
at once of this excellent opportunity ler put
ting properly in the market. Terms sent liy
mall. flKUtt ft STAUFFER, Real Estate
Agents, 3 Xerth Duke street, Lancaster, Pa.
CITY PROPERTY AT
V PRIVATE SALE.
A let et ground Xe. 27
Xerth Mary .street, upon which is erected a
two-sterv Brick Dwelling with two-story Brick
Back Bulldrng. Stable en rear et let. There is
a varlety of Choice Fruit en tnc premises. Alse
a two-sterv Brick Dwelling, se. 114 West
Orange street, .and a Let et Ground en Xew
street, between Lime and Shippcn streets, 134
feet front and 245 feet deep. Fer further par
ticulars apply te
J OHN HULL, Tobacconist,
nugU-4tdS 47 West King Street.
IOMYJTRIEXOS AXO PUBLIC IN UEN
cral. Having had in vie w an excursion te
Atlantic City this season, I see that for many
reasons it would be inexpedient, ee I have the
pleasure te announce te my friends and the
public that I hare united my cnerts with
Messrs. Clark & Schmld, in their excursion en
the 19th lnst, and lrera which St. Antheny's
Church will derive a beneilt. Hoping there
fore that my friends In general Will patronize
the same and make It a grand success,
I am respectfully yours,
ANTHOXV F. KAUL,
ltd Paster of St. Antheny's Church.
Fer geed, clean Family and all ether kinds
of COAL go te
RUSSKL & SHUIiMYER'S.
Quality and Weight guaranteed. Orders re
OFFICE: 28 Ernst King Street. YARD:
618 North Frtce 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 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.
HAGER & BROTHER,
NO. 25 W. KING STREET, LANCASTER,
Ave receiving New Goods in all Department.
OUR STOOK OF
Fer the Fnll Season will comprhe
mere complete than ver.boferc.
THE LARGEST AND FINEST STOOK OF
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, &C,
In the city, la te be
NORBECK & MILEY,
PRACTICAL CARRIAGE BUILDERS,
COR. DUKE AND VINE STS.f LANCASTER, PA.
J-CO. A CO.'S
The Sleck inclndea all tht
LATEST STYLES SPRINGS,
ncliulhe Brewster, Whitney, Salldee Triple, Umpire : Cress Spring, Dexter ijueen. Duplex
nd Klllptlc, anil they will alsonuiketo order any style n purchaser may desire. Itepairing
f all kinds promptly attended te. AH work guaranteed for no year.
"OUR WORK SUSTAINS OUR WORD."
GIKAMll I'AKTT "WILI. HE C11VBN I1T
r t he A LP 1 1 A C LU B, at t he U reen Cottage,
en Saturday evening next. Ne improper char
acters allowed en the grounds. augl3-2td
I TOASTKI UUOUIUl HOO ASD SACBIt
--li Kiaut i.nncn tnis evening ni me Maner
ltd WM. BRUM, Proprietor.
CHICKEN COKN SOUP LUNCH THIS
cventmr at ALBERT KOflLIIAAS'S
SALOON, Maner strcect. Coed Bcer en tap.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER O, 1880.
Fer terms apply te the Principal.
r.ngl4-tsep4d HISS M. MARTIN.
PUBLIC SALE OF CANADA HORSKS.
On MONDAY, AUGUST 10, 1S90, will be
old at the Mcrrimac Heuse, Lancaster elty
Pa., 32 Head or CANADA HORSES.
Sale te commence at 1 o'clock p. m.
GEORGE GROSS 11 AX.
Sam'l Hess & Sex, Aiict. ltd
CWAXD PICNIC OF THE UlITUNBERO
j Stcrbekasse Vcrcln, MONDAY, AUGUST
16, 1880, at Tcll's Hain. Members of the Asso
ciation can procure tickets for their friends
or themselves from the Committee, or
ltd Cor Seuth Queen and Middle Sts.
IO. O. F.
. The members et Lancaster Ledge Xe. 7,
Monterey Ledge Xe. 342, and Hebcl Ledge Xe.
5!K). are rceucsted te meet at their hall en Han
dily, August 15, nt 2 o'clock p. m.. for the pur- 1
iese et attending me iiincnu ei ureiner
By order of the X. G.
ltd GEO. SPURRIER, Secretary.
100 Tens et Rags Wanted,
Fer which the highest price will be paid.
2i CENTS PER POUND FOR GOOD
The highest prlce paid for Woelons, Old
Paper, Beeks, Ac. Ten Rag Assertcrn wanted
te whom the highest price will be paid.
JOHN A. SHOBER,
Cor. Xerth Queen ami Orange Streets,
ya-t fit R Lancaster, Pa
ARGAINS FOR EVERYBODY.
BABE CHANCE IN CARPETS,
Positive sale te Seduce Stesk et
6,000 Yards Bra Camels,
AT AXD BELOW COST.
Call and satlsty yourself. Alse. Injrraln. Itair
and Chain Carpets In almost endless variety, at 1
H. S. SHIRK'S
203 WSST B3NQ STBBKT,
Latest Designs and Colorings, and be Larger and
teen at the Werk el
JL The Pcnn'a Mutual Hail Insurance Com
pany Is new ready te bind the Insurance, and
isnc policies against hall damage te tobacco.
Kates reduced. Insure ltcfere It Is tee late, at
BAUSMAX ft BURNS'S, Ins. Agents,
Office, 10 Wcbt Orange Street.
"HIRST ORAK1) TOLKSVEST OF THB
OF LANCASTER, OX
Monday and Tuesday, Aug. 23 and 24.
AT WHAT GLEN PARK.
This ts the first Cannstattcr Velksfest ever
held In Lancaster, and is being arranged en
the same plan as the Cannstattcr Velkslcst of
Philadelphia and Xew Yerk.
The leading attraction et the day will be an
Immense, Festival Column, artistically deco
rated with every kind of Fruit and will be
worthy of a visit. There will also be a large
Panorama free te nil visitors, which will pro
duce the principal cities and towns of Eurepe
in their natural size. The different European
Military Staffs In full uniform can nUe be seen
In lire size.
Popular entertainments ter adnlte and chll
pren will be provided ter.
Omnibuses will leave East King street dur
ing the two days, and Powell's conveyances
will take passengers te the Park for 13 cents
NEW FALL PATTERNS
PEECALES AND PBINTS.
THREE CASES PRINTS,
AT 4 GENTS.
CARPETS, WALL PAPERS.
J. B. lartin & Ce.
THUESDAY EVENING, AUG. 14, 1880.
Washington, D. C, Aug. 14. Fer the
Middle Atlantic states, partly cloudy
weather, with occasional rain and south
west te northwest winds, stationary tenv
crature and stationary or
A HEINOUS CHARGE.
EASY TO MAKE HARD TO DISPRuYE.
Jealousy, Murder ami Sulchle 'A Mall
Peuch Weed Stained Railroad Acci
dent. Fires ana Disasters or
Baltimekk, Aug. 14. James O'SulIi
van. superintendent of a New Yerk found feund
liug asylum, has been arrested here for
felonious assault ou Julia Felix, aged nine
years. O'SulIivan was' taking the girl
from Abbottstown, Pennsylvania, te the
asylum in New Yerk, but instead of pro
ceeding direct te the latter place, he took
her te Hanover, Pennsylvania, where they
stayed at a hotel all night and thou came'
en te Baltimore. The girl's conduct be
traying fears of O'SulIivan attracted atten
tien here and he was arrested when the
girl told the foregoing story. The court
discharged him because the bfTence was net
committed in Maryland, but he was imme
diately rearrested ami is new held for a
requisition from the authorities of Penn
sylvania. Mr. Themas Powell, special de
tective from Yerk county, Pa., came te
Baltimore last night and had a consultation
with Marshal Gray in reference te the case
Mr. Powell is here by instructions of Dis
trict Attorney Jehn W. Heller.
A Verbatim Copy.
Londen, August 14. Following is a
verbatim copy of the important dispatch
received by the Daily Kacs from St.
Pcrtersburg correspondent last night.
I have grave reason te believe that
Ayoob Khan lias been acting iu concert with
and has been assisted by Abdurrahman
Khan, and that the worst suspicions are
net without seme foundation. I would
assuredly net send such disconcerting in
telligence except en the most serious
The expression, "worst suspicious"
probably refers te Russian intrigues.
Probable Accident te a Mull Messenger.
Ni:w Yerk, Aug. 14. A report of aii
accident en the New Yerk ami New Eng
land railroad readied the posteflico here
this morning, iinaecempauicd by any details.
The mail from Bosten due here at 5 a. m.,
did net arrive until ten and the canvass of
ene of the mail sacks was soaked and con
tents stained with bleed. Ne agent of the
posteflico accompanied this bag, se no ex
planation was given. Nothing is known
at the Grand Central depot concerning the
Giving Rise te an Awlul Tragedy.
Minneapolis, Minn., August 14. Yes
terday morning Charles Richmond, a con
ductor en the Northern Pacific railroad,
shot and killed his wife, and immediately
afterwards put a bullet through his own
head. He emptied two barrels of a shot
gun into her body. They had net been
living together for a year past.
Sparks from the Wires.
Secretary Ev.irts having fully examined
into the alleged firing upon the American
flag in Spanish waters, has addressed a
communication te the Spanish government
ou the subject of the alleged outrage.
A fire breke out this morning iu Lappan
& Co.'sOhiewoodcnJwarc company's man
ufactory, Cincinnati, a large four-story
brick building en the flats. Since then the
lumber yard adjoining has caught tire.
A match has been arranged between
Laycock, the Australian sculler, and
Blackmail, of Louden, te be rowed ever
the Thames course en Oct. 5.
In Springfield, Mass., Mrs. Laura Miller,
agcil ninety-two, has died in consequence
of taking fly poison by mistake for medi
cine. Governer Fester has, by a rcspite of ene
hundred days, postponed the hanging of
Jehn Callahan, at Woestcr, Ohie.
The International rille match opened
this morning at Crccdmoer with six rifle
men for each side. The result of eight
hundred yards sheeting was : Americans,
total, 4u9. Canadians, total, 427. At
nide hundred yards the scere was : Amer
icans, 41G. Canadians, 407.
It is reported in Vienna from Bucharest,
thatt-45,000 Russians arc concentrating
near Bcvdcr, te be ready in case of action
in Bulgaria. Near the Romanian frontier
munitions, horses and commissary stores
arc constantly being transported. Russian
artillery and ambulances arrived at Galatz
en Saturday for Bulgaria, and the Russians
arc concentrating en the Austrian frontier.
The Reading railroad iron bridge across
the canal near the Ilarrisburg depot, broke
down this afternoon while a heavy coal
train was passing ever it. About twenty
cars were wrecked. Nobody was hurt but
several empleyes made narrow escapes.
Saratoga : First race : Crickmere first,
Bennie Lizzie second, Hindoe third. Sec
ond race : Turfman first, Bye and Bye
second, Elias Lawrence third.
WHAT GLEN PARK.
What Glen Park has been rcllttcd. A man Is
new in charge of the restaurant at all times.
Fishing Tackle en hand, Refreshment, Beats.
.Swing and Dancing Platform. The 11 nest and
most romantic picnic grounds in Lancaster
county. Fer rent of Park and ether informa
tion apply te the Secretary, Alderman J. K.
llarr, Id Seuth Duke street.
V.y order et the Association. ltd
GRAND PICNIC AND SUMMER NIUHT
FESTIVAL BY TI1K
Of the Eighth Ward Hancezk Club,
ON MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 10,
ADMISSION, 35 Cts.
O" Strict order will be maintained and im
proper characters positively net admitted.
Grand Illumination in the Evening.
COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS:
Jehn Pentz, Frederick Judith, Jes. Schmld,
MANAGERS: Jehn Frallcy, Alex. Schcid,
Jcir GhiNsbrcnner, Charles Ottelcr. Jehn
Schmidt, Jehn SchlearP augl3-3td
TnVERY DAY SOMETHING; NEW IN
CAMPAIGN GOODS !
AND PRICKS LOWER AT
works. Flags. Jinrgces,
Badges, Ac., xc.
BEST BUNTING FLAGS
OF ALL SIZES AND AT BOTTOM PRICES.
Wc Invite Committees, Clubs and all te give
us a call and get prices before purchasing.
D. S. BUKSK,
17 East King Street, Lancaster.
PmnmrLTHiA, Aug. 14. Fleur dull and
weak; superfine si 5003; extra 93 A0
4 00 ; Onte and Indiana family 93 235 75 ;
Penn'atamilyat4875 30: St. Leuis family at
95 50M6 00 ; Minnesota family 93 W3t 23 ; patent
and high grades IB 5009 00.
Rye flour at 94 50.
Wheat quiet and firmer: Ne. 2 Western Red
9109Q1 eSJi; Pcnn'a Red 41 10; Amber 91 09C
Cern strong with light local supply ; yellow
53c; mixed SlfiJSic; steamer 50c.
Oats firm ; Ne. 1. White 4143c: Xo.2.de
40041c; Ne. 3, de37ai9c; Ne. : Mixed 35
Kve dull: New 70c.
Previsions strong ; mess perk 915315 50 : beef
hams 933 00333 00; India mess beet at9U0O;
bacon smoked shoulders G.i3to:saltdeat
5kfl3?ic; smoked hams 11313c; pickled hams
lam Arm ; city kettle at sc ; loose
butchers' 7jc ; prime steam 8c.
Butter quiet except for medium grades;
Creamery at 232Kc: Creamery geed te
choice !24c; Bradford county and New
Yerk extra. 22323c ; Western reserve extra 16
317c; de geed te choice 13315c; Rolls dull;
Penn'a extra 1331t; Western reserve extra
Uggs firm anil scarce ; Pcnn'a at l$y.(ltic ;
Cheese nrmly held but quiet ; New Yerk
fuU cream 12i2Jc; Western full cream 10
lie: de fair te geed lu10Kc; de half skiuis
Petroleum dull ; relined t'r;e.
Seeds Geed te prime Clever llrni atS
3850: Timethy at S2 C0&! 75: Flaxseed quiet
at 91 25 1 2.
Mew Yerk Market.
Niw Yerk. Aug. 14. Fleur State and West
ern market dull and unchanged; suier
flue statu at S3 f04 -25 ; extra de at 4 00
140; choice, de., si MiQZ (; fancy
$5 106 00; round hoop Ohie 4 M3 SO;
choice de $5 6006 75; superlluu western S35
4 40 ; common te geed extra de $1 mi 40 ;
choice dodo 94 50fl6 73; choice white wheat de
ft 254 75; Southern dull and declining
common te fair extra 3(0tJtJ0; geed te
choice de 96 1006 75.
Wheat White QV,ic and Red .lc better
and active trade ; Ne. 1 White, Aug., 91 lui
1 10K ; Ne. a Bed Aug., $1 ;-;;l Ue& ; de Sept.,
91 l)rik10; de Oct. 91IU&1,,4; de spot,
Cem le butter and moderately active;
Mixed western spot, 4750c; de futures
Oats tinner : Ne. 2 Aim
ut SSJe ; state 41
48c; western 40Q47Je.
PniLADKLrHIA, Aug. 14.
3:U) r. m.
Penns (Ts (third Issue)..
Philadelphia & Erie....
United Ces. et N. J
Central Transportation Ce. VM.
Pitts., Tltusvllle A Buirale. 1-QI-
Little Schuylkill 45
Nsw Yebk, Aug.
N. Y. Central 132K
Attains Express 116
Michigan Central 1H!.J
Michigan Southern HY.
Cleveland A Pittsburgh... .131
Chicago A Reck Island...
Pittsburgh A Fert Wayne.. lfli
Western Union Tel. Ce IUtff
Teledo & Wabash 40J
New Jersey Central 75
Ontario Western t
United States Uends anil Sterling Kxchaugj
(Quotations by It. K. Jamisen A Ce., S. W.
Cor. 3d and Chestnut Streets).
PHILADKLrUIA, Aug. 14.
United States Cs, 1881, (rcglstercii)..10IJiI04
United States 5's, 1831. (registered). .102$fle-.3j
United States 4$'s, 11, (rcgistcred)UO ftlle ;
United States 4'3,ia)l,(coupens).. .111 lllii
united states 4's. iuut. (registered). .m-jziraiiu
United States Currency 0's
DR. WM. II. FAUNESTOCK
Having returned from the Seuth, has re
sumed his office practice, and can be found nt
Ne. 230 EAST KING STREET.
( ERMAN.FRENCII, LATIN ANDGREEK
A TEACHER, who has completed a course
et studies in a German Gymnasium ami Uni
versity, (of which he can furnish full testi
monials,) gives Instructions in the above lan
guages, through tnc medium ei me r.ugiisit.
aw I ress or apply nt
S MUSIC STORE.
Ne. HI East King Street,
Opposite Court Heuse.
FIRST GRAND PICNIC OF THE NEWI.Y NEWI.Y
Kcergunizcd Singing Society, "Llcder
WHAT GLEN PARK. ON
MONDAY, AUGUST 16, 1880.
Members and such friends as receive com
plimentary tickets are only admitted. Com
plimentary tickets are net transferable. Im
proper characters will positively be refused
admission. Oiunibucs will leave Schiller
Hall and Centre Square every hour during
the day. These taking Powell's Livery Omni
buses cau make the round trip for 30c.
Members of the Mainnercher wishing te par
ticipate can receive their tickets by calling en
the Secretary, G KO. PFEIFFER.
WANTED. .EVERYBODY TO ADVER
tlse, free of charge. In the Ictkllkibx
(Kb. who wants something te de.
WANTED OLD HORSE SHOES AT THE
Pcnn Rolling Mill, Lancaster, ter which
the hlghvst prlce will be paid. augl.l-eawtfd
ANTED A YOUNG MAN OF
character fera light business.
at this office.
run sale ou rent.
J? The second story et
Eshlcnian A Rath-
von's Banking Heuse, at Centre square, and
also a room en second story, opposite the
Penn'a U.K. Depot, en Chestnut street.
f23-2tdAStf Atternev-at Lu.tr
OAP FACTORY FOR SALE.
stock, apparatus, material and geed
a Seap Factory. Geed reasons ler
selling. Apply te
BAUSMAN & BURNS,
uug0-3tdcedR 10 West Orange Street.
SPECIAL NOTICE TO CIGARMAKEKS.
PUBLIC SALE OF TOBACCO.
Will be sold at public sale en MONDAY
AUGUST 16, 1880, at the Lancaster Ceunly
Prison, a large let el Leaf Tobacco, consisting
of Cuttings, Strippings, etc. Sale positive.
A large portion of this tobacco can lie used
for the manufacture of Cigars, but being an
overstock which cannot be used at the prison
it is offered for sale.
Sale te commence at 2 o'clock p. in.
By order et the Beard.
UKLIC SALE OF VALUABLE REAL
ESTATE. On WEDNESDAY, SEPTEM
BER 15, 1880. will be sold at public sale en the
premises, situated in Itaphe township, en the
read leading from Mt.Joyte Manheim, one
hair mile northeast or Mt. Jey, adieinlng lands
et Christian Geed, Jeseph uetweiier, Jno.
Brcncman and the Little Chiques Snlnngii
creek, a Valuable Farm containing 138 ACRES,
en which is erected a two-story Brick Heuse
with two-story brick wing attached. There l-t
no liner farm house in Lancaster county. A
balcony extends the whole length of the house
en the first and second stories. There are
large folding doers in the hall; in winter the
doers cau be closed, making another room,
and In summer by opening the doers a large,
cool hall Is the result. A circular staircase
runs te the third story. The cellar Is cement
ed and has a sub-arched cellar underneath,
which Is Intended for keeping milk, butter,
meats, Ac Stene Tenant Heuse with basement
kitchen. A large bank barn, when erected in
1871, cost nearly 98,000. Attached te the barn is
a building which contains a horse power and
above is a large mew. A large straw house at
tached te the barn, a carriage house, wagon
shed, corn crib and all necessary outbuildings,
all of which are covered with slate. A large
Ice house near the house. The fencing is com
posed of locust pests and chestnut rails. The
property has been thoroughly limed within
the last five years, Is In a high state of cultiva
tion, and Is one ei the most desirabic farms', in
If desired 915,000 of the purchase money can
remain en the farm.
Anyjiersen deslringte view the property br br
fere the day of sale will please call en Mr.
Charles Bender, residing thereon.
Sele te commence at 1 o'clock. p. m. of said
day, when attendance will be given by
HENRY E. LEM AN.
L. D. Gallagher, Auct.
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS.
Send stamp for Catalogue. Rifles, Shet Guns
Bevelvcra, sent C. O. D. for examination.