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TUESlUt A06T 17, 1880.
The Christian Street role.
The crooked and unshapely stick which
has been lying for several days past at the
comer of Christian and East Walnut
streets was finally raised last night after
much tribulation. The wicked little Han
cock boys who watched its tedious ascent
with great satisfaction see-sawed en Leb
zelter's beard pile during the progress of
the event and loudly cheered for Hancock,
te the great disgust of the geed little Gar
field boys whose fathers and brothers put
up the pole and adorned it with a limp
The troubles attending the erection of
this pole were numerous and complicated.
After digging down around the gas pipes
and excavating a cart lead of rock they
made a rather shallow hole for the pole te
rest in. In the afternoon the faithful
gathered together te put it up, and man
aged te raise the top of it about fifteen feet
from the ground, but could get it no
higher. Their thoughts then turned nat
urally te Capt. McMellen, the bridge
builder, who en se many former occasions
had helped the party out of tight places.
The captain did net respond, but his faith
ful lieutenant, Jehn A. Wcimcr, seen put
in an appearance with rope and tackle.
Jehn always means business. The ropes
and tackle were get into position in due
time, and shortly after sundown the order
was given te pull away. The ropes tight
ened and up went the pole (a little.)
While all hands were pulling like mad,
the rope parted and the pullers sat down
mera suddenly than they had ever done
before, and some of them turned several
somersaults before they knew what was the
matter. Among the wounded were many
shining lights of Republicanism Corener
Mishlcr, Ed. Ebcrman, six or eight Sam Sam
eons, Valle Heffman, Frank Steinhauscr
and lets of ethers, many of whom
are very sere te-day. Arnica, opedeldoc,
and ether embrocatiens are in great de
mand te-day. The most seriously injured
was the coroner, and it was feared for a
time that he, who has held se many in
quests en ether unfortunates, would him
self form a Kubjectfer one of his deputies.
But he won't for Jthc present, at least.
Well, the repe was spliced, an army of
new recruits was gathered te take the
place of the wounded and the pole was
finally get into a position as nearly up
right as possible. But it is really nearly
as crooked as Garfield's record en the
Credit Mebilicr stealand it shows its crook
edness, no matter from what point you
leek at it.
There were several slight disturbances
during the erection of the pole. A son of
F. J. Steinhauscr was struck en the check
with a stone and a lad named Brccn, aged
about 15 years was severely choked by
Big Ben Samson, ex-cigar boss at the pri
son, because he hurrahed for Hancock. We
arc told that Brecn's father has entered or
will enter a suit for assault and battery
The pole en North Charlette fctreet in
the Ninth ward, in front of the residence
of Constable Flick the fleet-footed
Audie " was Fet up last night without
much excitement. It is net very tall and
is very knotty a kind of "rough dia
mond," as the Era says.
The Republicans of the Seventh ward
have made three dibits te raise a pole at
the "Dump" but it was no go. After
lying two weeks in the mud they will cut
it up for fire weed en Wednesday. It is
charged that $12 have been collected for
the raising of this pole and the money
spent for beer. The following "best
workers" expect te get the weed out of
the muddy stick : Harry Hathern, Theo Theo
eore Brown and Niose Iiittonheuso.
Cellars and Stares Breke.i Opeu.
Last night an unsuccessful attempt was
made te Lrca'i into the store of Milten
Ileidclbaugh about a mile from George
town, Bart township. The burglars breke
a hole through the stone foundation lead
ing te the cellar, but were evidently
frightened off before they accomplished
their purpose, as nothing is missed from
They also breke into the cellar of a liouse
net far from llcidelbaugh's and stele a
small quantity of previsions. Our inform
ant did net knew the names of the occu
pants of the premises visited.
Oa Monday night the cellar of the stere
of W. S. Fcrree, in Georgetown was broken
into and some cheese and fine-cut to
bacco were carried outside. Mr. Fcrrcc
hearincra noise came down stairs and preb
ably frightened off the thicves,as the stolen
goods were left by thcm'at the top of the
The cellar of Benjamin Fritz, jr., pro
prietor of the Georgetown hotel, was also
entered Monday night and a demijohn of
old rye whisky carried off. Beth of the
above named gentlemen own watchdogs
which they have heretofore regarded as
proof against burglars.
A Disgraced Officer.
Officer Lightncr Fulmcr, of the Fifth
ward, who is filling Constable Killingcr's
place en the police force, by appointment,
made an exhibition of himself en North
Queen street this morning, opposite Gcis
senbergcr's dry goods store. He was
drunk and tried te arrest a man who was net
as drunk as himself; the ether man get away
te the satisfaction of a large number of
spectators who freely vented their indig
nation at Fulmer's condition. The Mayer,
(who, in company with Messrs. B. J. Mc
Grann and R. n. Brubakcr, is visiting the
Speedwell stock farm te-day) will have his
attention called te his appointee's miscon
duct as seen as he returns te the city and
Fulmcr will doubtless be removed from a
position which he has net filled with credit
te himself or anybody e lse.
The Prison Tobacco.
Yesterday the prison inspectors sold at
auction some of the rotten and worthless
tobacco which has been carried along for
years in that institution as geed stock nnd
which the present inspectors refused te
take from the outgoing beard at the prices
at which it was inventoried. The sale was
net very largely attended except by curi
osity seekers and they were gratified te sce
some of the stock, which had been bought
at from 8 te 20 sell for 23 cents a box,
box and all. It had been inventoried at two
cents a pound but was absolutely valueless
even for manure. Perhaps Judge Patter
son's grand jury Steve Grissingcr foreman
will put this into their pipes and smoke
Late last night two rather well-dressed
young men visited Mulhatten's restaurant,
iu the basement of the law building in rear
of the court house. Mr. Milten J. Ruth,
the bartender, was about closing the saloon
at the time, and took from the till a con
siderable sum of money. While passing
down en Seuth Duke street, ou his way
home, he was attacked by the mcu who
had a short time before been in the saloon.
lie managed te break away from them and
by a vigorous use of his legs escaped. They
no doubt intended te rob him. lie thinks
he knows who they arc.
Cnarged With Larceny.
Yesterday afternoon William Multz and
Nicholas Meiseusall had a hearing before
Alderman NcConemy te answer a charge
of larceny preferred against them bv
JesephIindcr. The evidence against the
uivuabijuvu aucuss w uuuers
coin in rear el tUB Trnjvjre, .hotel and
had stolen therefrem 424 ',of Binder's
money. About $22 of the stolen ' money
was found in their, pesessian. The alder
man committed them te'jait in default 'of
van te answer at court. , ,i
OCR REGULAR CORRESPONDENCE.
Rase Hall AnnlTersary Personal Items.
Rounds of the Town.
A match game of base ball te take
place this afternoon, en the new grounds
Seuth Eighth street neaf Locust, has just
been arranged in short order by the clubs
te contest the " Our Beys" of this place
and the "Furnace Hill" of Middletown.
Circulars have been distributed through
town informing the citizens of what is te
take place and there will probably be a
large attendance en the ball field.
The many friends of Mr. Isaac C. Gitt
assembled in the room of the Columbia
Secial club last evening te participate with
him in the celebration of the anniversary
of his birtle. A sumptuous repast was
spread by Mr. Tayler Gable, the Locust
street caterer, and with this before them
and with the making and listening te the
speeches of one another the company very
pleasantly spent the evening, and retired
wishing Mr. Gitt many returns of the day.
The event being a weekly in place of a
yearly one would be welcomed as often as
Mr. J. II. Keating has been taken from
a freight train and promoted te the position
of passenger brakeman en the Frederick
accommodation train. The employees con
sider the appointment a geed one.
Mr. Calvin Dickinsen, late proprietor of
a confectionery store en North Frent
street, near Black's hotel, left here this
morning en the way passenger train for
San Francisce, Cal., which place will be
his future home. Jehn Heward, a relative
of Dickinsen's, has taken the store. Mr.
Dickinsen is well known te the citizens of
Columbia, he having been in business here
for several years.
An association composed exclusively of
members of the Vigilant fire cempanywill
give a ball in the parlors of the Vigilant
engine house en Saturday evening next.
The boys in the neighborhood of Walnut
and Fifth streets are criminally careless in
throwing steiies, and if they keep up the
habit much longer some person will be
seriously injured and trouble will ensue.
This morning while Mrs. M. C. Kech was
walking near the place mentioned a Hying
stone, fortunately a small one, struck her
en the shoulder. She made inquiries as te
who had thrown the stone, and, we be
lieve, learned the hey's name. What she
will de we knew net, but the lessen should
bear its fruit.
The funeral of Chailes, the son of T. S.
White, who died of diphtheria en Saturday
afternoon last, took place from his father's
residence en Locust street above Fourth,
yesterday afternoon. Interment at Mount
Every new and then we hear the report
of the killing of a mad deg. Yesterday it
was reported that ene of these rabid
canines was shot and made its exit from
the world near the lower end of town.
Day befoie yesterday we were informed
that .some person had fired seventeen bheia
from a revolver at one of the unlucky ani
mals and ended by taking a club and hit
ting him (the deg) eyer the head, and fin
ishing his existence in that way. About
ene in one hundred of such reports is true.
The fact is that the people arc tee easily
Mr. S. II. Purple commenced cutting his
tobacco yesterday morning. Many of the
tobacco growers about here Fay that the
crop was never better than it is this year.
The Xew Era representative who wrote
such a disceuragiug jarticle en this year's
crop, evidently steered clear of Columbia
The picnic te McCall's Ferry, prepara
tions for which have been making for a
few days past, is likely te come te naught.
The party were te take an orchestra and
go via the canal en the steamboat "Col
umbia." The orchestra was engaged for
the day ( cdncsuay) and that settles the
Mr. Geerge II. Richaids, the well-known
newspaper agent of Columbia, has re
turned from a visit of several weeks te
Kane, Pa. He was hcaid from while en
the mountains through the columns of the
Mr. L. W. Richards, correspondent of
the Kcje Era, is se far recovered from his
iccent illness as te be able te attend te his
Mr. Jeseph Kerncr, late a confetiener in
the employ of F. C. Snyder, at Third and
Walnut streets, has accepted a similar po
sition in Philadelphia, and left here last
night with the intention of beginning
Miss Lizzie Fry, of Philadelphia, is vis
iting Miss Lillie Wilsen.
Mr. Jehn Strine, of Carlisle, Pa., is en a
visit te Columbia his old home.
Miss Susan Mellingcr, of Washington, is
en a visit te the lamily ei Mr. Auram
Mr. D. F. Shure, of the Susquehanna
canal, was in town this morning.
A party of ladies and gentlemen, among
whom was Mr. Bert Slade, spent yester
day afternoon fishing en the river.
Here nnd There and Kverywhcre.
Dr. Dillcr Luther, of Reading, the visit
ing agent of the State Beard of Charities
is in Lancaster te-day en official business.
The commissioners of Chester county
paid a visit te Lancaster te day te sce the
Lancaster county commissioners relative
te the new inter-county bridge at Mercer's
ford en the Octerara. Our commissioners
net being apprised of their coming were
net here te rcceive them. Come again.
Cel. S. C. Slaymakcr and family left for
Atlaiil ie City this morning. Iliester Brim
mer went te Bosten te-day whence he gees
te Cape May and Atlantic City.
llenry Shaub, a young man net mere
than 18 years of age and residing near
Quarryville was before Alderman Mc
Conomy this morning te answer complaints
of rape and fornication and bastardy made
by Mary Fincfieck,a young girl who issa'd
te be of rather weak intellect. Held te
answer at court.
Prof. G. F. Zcllcis, of Wcrncrsville.
graduated from F. and M. college in 1877
and an experienced and successful teacher
will be assistant teacher at F. acd M.
academy next year. The institution opens
auspiciously en Sept, 2.
Frederick Miller, ene of the assistant
city regulators while at work this morning
at the corner of North Queen and Orange
streets, suddenly fell te the ground in an
unconscious condition, cither from vertigo
or partial paralysis. He recovered con
sciousness seen arid was taken in a car
riage te his home. Dr. Muhlenberg was
sent for te attend him, and en examina
tion it was found that in falling he had
broken his lower jaw bone.
A i:nr.::.vay Prevented.
Yesterday Philip D. Baker, Esq., accom
panied by his wife and three children to
gether with Mrs. Jacob Ilartman and her
mother of Tarrytown, Xew Yerk, took a
drive. One of the wheels breke, the horses
frightened, ene of the bits broke and a ter
rible runaway threatened. Mr. Baker
sprang from the carriage, seized the horses
by the head, and made out te held them
until his family was extricated from the
broken vehicle. Fortunately none of them
received the slightest injury. The horses
wcic eccured, a new bridle and wheel were
borrowed from a ncighbeiing farmer and
the. party reached home without further
Frank 3Ietfett's Melons.
The quantity and quality of the fruit
brought te our markets this year arc alike
remarkable," and never in the history of
the eldest householder Las it been exceliVl.
Frank Mctfctt, the deservedly pe
eystennan sad fruiterer of the Northern
market house, whose wholesale and retail
business is extending all ever the county,
reminds us of this fact with two monster
water melons, which 'for size and excel
lence of flavor outdo anything yet done in
this line, and beside which Tanner's
Georgia melon is nowhere. The larger
weighs about 65 pounds and the smaller
ever 50. Mr. Metfett's energy, prompt
ness and reliability in procuring and sup
plying the earliest, the best and the cheap
est fruits have net only marked him,ev a
dealer of rare foresight, but have largely
improved our local markets and brought
us supplies seasonably and reasonably.
Netice te Mount Jey Excursionists.
Persons going en the Atlantic City excur
sion en the 19th from Mount Jey can procure
their tickets at the Mount Jey ticket office nnd
t ke the fast line as far as Lancaster.
An old lady writes : " I was cured of a com
plicated disease of the kidneys by the use cf
two of Prof. OuUmette's French Kidney Pads,
after all ether remedies had failed."
First-class barbers use the Cutlcura Medici
nal Shaving Soapexcleslvely.
And clean your month afterwards with SO
ZODONT, and yenr teeth will be in conditie
te de their work for years. Thousands of dys
peptics belted their teod because they had no
geed teeth te masticate properly. Chew fine,
eat slew, and use SOZODONT.
The invalid's hope and strength beyond
ether remedies Is Malt Bitters.
Democratic County Committee.
The Dcmocratie County Committee will
meet In this city en MONDAY, AUGUST M,
1880, at 10a. m, In the City Democratic head
quarters, Southeast angle of Centre Square.
A lull attendance is urgently requested.
W. U. HENSEL, Chairman.
D. McMtXLBN, )
B. S. Pattersejt, Secretaries.
W. Hates Giuer. auS-d&w
County committee meeting at City Central
Headquarters Monday, August 23, at 10 a. in.
Conference committees meet en Wednesday
evening, August 18, and August S3. There
after en every second and fourth Wednesday
of the month.
Campaign committee meets regularly every
Sixth ward club meets regularly en Friday
evening; Americusclub en Thursday evening.
On Friday evening, August 90, there will be a
public meecting et the Democracy et the Sixth
ward in Schiller hall, under the Joint an-ptces
of the Americas association and Sixth ward
club. Speakers will address the meeting.
First ward club meets at Nsamer's saloon
The Fifth ward club nicet Tuesday evening
ut the Green Tree hotel, at 8 o'clock.
FOB PRESIDENT :
WDTFIELD S. HANCOCK,
FOB VICE PRESIDENT:
WILLIAM H. ENGLISH,
The great principles of American lib
erty arc still the lawful Inheritance of
this people, and eicr should be. The
right of trial bj jury, the habeas corpus,
the liberty or the press, the freedom of
speech, the natural rights of persons and
the rights r property must be preserved.
TYIXFIELD S. HANCOCK,
Maj. (Jien.Ceind'gDept. La. and Texas.
State Electoral Ticket.
n. E. MONAGHAN,
W. H. PLAYFOKD.
E. A. PUE.
J. M. CAMPBELL.
JOHN N, MOFFET.
NATHAN C. JAMES.
JAMES G. McSPAKKAN,
DIt. ALFRED J. MARTIN.
P. J. BIRMINGUHAM.
II. E. DAVIS.
GEORGE A. POST.
A. M. BENTON. j
J. P. LINTON.
COL. JOHN S. MILLUR.
J. O. SAXTON.
C. JC. BOWER.
J. A. J. BUCHANAN.
ROBERT M. GIBSON.
HARRY W. WILSON
J. ROSS THOMPSON.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
TOR StrrUEJHI JUDGE.
GEORGE A. JENKS.
TOR AUDITOR OKNKRAL.
ROBERT P. DECHERT.
DKMOCKATIC COUNTY TICKET.
J. L. STEIN METZ.
TOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY.
TOR SBNATOR (13th DISTRICT.)
J. B. DOUGLASS.
TOR ASSKmLT (2d DISTRICT.)
S. C. STEVENSON,
8. P. SHIRK.
TOR ASSKKBLT (3d DISTRICT.)
It. DAVIS YUNDT,
JACOB M. UAENLEN.
ter PBieeic msrscTena.
BARTON N. WINTERS
TOR TOOR DXRB0TOR3.
A. J. SNYDER,
It is Impossible for a woman after a faithlut
course of treatment with Lydia E. Plnkham's
Vegetable Compound te continue te suffer
with a weakness of the uterus. Enclose a
stamp te Mrs. Lydia E. Plnkbam, 333 Western
avenue, Lynn, Mass., for pamphlets.
The Friend of Delicate Ladies.
Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure Is the
remedy that will cure the many diseases pe
culiar te women. Headaches, neuralgia, dis
ordered nerves, weakness, mental shocks, anil
kindred ailments arc effectually removed by
its use. Th Mether's itagatin. I
Try Lecher's Renowned Ceugh Syrup.
Bells, pimples en the face, salt rheum, old
sores, and all cutaneeus eruptions disappear
like magic when "Dr. Llndsey's Bleed
Searcher" is used.
Metners! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are yen disturbed at night and broken el
your rest by a sick child suffering and crying
with the excruciating pain of cutting teeth T
11 se, go at once and gctabettlc of MRS. WINS
LOWS SOOxniNG SYRUP. Itwill relieve the
peer little sufferer Immediately depend upon
it; there Is no mistake about it. There is neta
mother en earth who has ever used it, who will
net tell you at once 'that it will regulate the
bowels, and give rest te the mother, and relief
and health te the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe te use In all cases, and pleas
ant te the taste, and Is the prescription et one
et the eldest and best female physicians and
nurses in the United States. Sold everywhere'
35 cents a betUe. fjl7-lyd4 wM. WAS
Warm Weather and Its effects.
Many people, especially ladles, complain at
this season of the year of a general; weakness
or debility. The use or 8 peer's Fert Grape
Wine prevents this. The wine is said te have
a most wonderful effect in giving strength,
vigor and tone te the whole system. It is ex
tensively used by ladies nursing, or about te
nurse infants. This wine isnetamanufactured
article no liquor is added te it. It is no patent
medicine or cordial humbug, but is a superior
wine of the Oporto grape. It Is pure, old, un
adulterated wine, nothing mere or less. Mr.
Speer has been supplying hospitals with his
wine for many years past. It is said te be un
surpassed for summer complaints, and for
weakly persons. Th price Is low ler se excel
lent a wine, and no family need be without it.
This wine is endorsed by Dra. Atlee and
Davis, and sold by II. S. 81ay maker.
Try Leehtj-a Hanei
Among the many advantages gained by etuf change or 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 REPAININQ,
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.
Try Lecher's Renowned Coagh Syrnp.
"Werth their weight in geld" is what "Sel
lers' Liver Fills " are said te be. If you don't
believe It try them.
Try Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrnp.
" Brown's Bronchial Trechet" are used with
advantage te alleviate Coughs, Sere Threat,
Hoarseness and Bronchial Affections. Fer
tnirty years tnese xrecnes nave been in use,
witli annually increasing favor. They are net
new and untried, but, having been tested by
wide and constant use for nearly an entire
generation, they have attained well-merlted
rank among the few staple remedies of the age.
".Brown's Bronchial Treche" act directly
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, cither lrem cold or ever-exertion of the
voice, and produce a clear and distinct enunci
ation. Speaker and Sinatra And the Troches
A Cough, Celd, Catarrh or Sore Threat re
quires immediate attention, as neglect olton elton olten
tlmes 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 genu
lne "Brown's Breaihial Troches" are sold
nly in boxes. ianlMyd&wTu.ThftS
Try Lechsi's Kcnet.'ncd Cough Syrup.
I have suffered irein a kidney difficulty for
the past ten ycarc, accompanied with nervous
seubins. Physicians gare me but temporary
relief, but alter using three and one-half bot
tles of Warner's Sale Kidney and Liver Cure,
my nervous spasms ware entirely relieved. My
age ls;77 years. 1 recommend this great rem.
cdy te all suffering from nervous troubles.
MRS. MARY REESE.
yi'tf AV WliTMElLEXTS .
WOKACCO KAISERS' NOTICE.
JL The Pcnn'a Mutual Hall Insurance Com
pany is new reaily te bind the insurance, and
l'suc policies against hail ilamngc te tobacco.
Rates reduced. Insure before it is tee late, at
BAUSMAN ft BURNS'S, Ins. Agents,
Office, 10 West Orange Street.
100 Tens et Rags Wanted,
Fer which the highest price will be paid.
8'i CENTS PER POUND FOR GOO
The highest price paid for Woolens, Old
Paper, Beeks, Ve. Tun Rag Asserters wanted
te whom the highest price will bb paid.
JOHN A. SHOBER,
Cor. North Queen and Orange Streets,
y 3-twit Lancaster, Pa
PUBLIC SALK-ON THURSDAY MORN
inir at 10 o'clock will be sold, en the Res
erveir Ground, a let of geed second-hand
r. By order of the Water Committee.
2td J ACOB GUNDAKKR, Aucfr.
COAL! - - - COAL!!
GORREOHT & CO.,
Will deliver coal at the following prices :
B. D. Broken Egg and Nut $1.33
Enterprise, Broken Egg and N ut 4.85
Lyken's Valley, Broken, Egg and Steve... 4.8
" tint A 15
All Grades Ne. 1 Pea 3.C0
P. W. GORRECHT, Agt.,
Twenty-seventh Annual Exhibition
WILL BE HELD IJf
MAIN CENTENNIAL BUILDING,
FAIRM0UNT PARK, PHILAD'A.
SEPTEMBER 6 te 18.
Entries and Competition Free !
SHEEP, WOOL AND WOOL PRODUCTS.
SEPTEMBER 20 te 25, 1880.
Entry Beeks will close at the Office, North
west corner of Tenth and Chestnut streets,
August 31, 18S0.
$40,000 IN PREMIUMS.
CASH PRIZES FOR LIVE STOCK, S24,310.
Excursion Tickets at Greatly Reduced Rates.
Liberal Arrangements for Transportation.
D. W. SEILER,
WILLIAM S. BISSEXL,
"CURST GICAND VOLKSFEST OF TUB
OF LANCASTER, ON
Monday and Tuesday, Aug. 23 and 24.
AT WHAT GLEN PARK.
This is the first Cannstattcr Velksfcst ever
held in Lancaster, and Is being arranged en
the same plan as the Cannstattcr Velkslest of
Philadelphia and New 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 all visitors, which will pro
duce the principal cities and towns of Europe
In their natural size. The different European
Military Staffs in full uniform can nlse be seen
in life size.
Popular entertainments ter adults and ohU ehU
pren will be provided ler.
Omnibuses will leave East King street dur
ing the two days, nnd Powell's conveyances
will take passengers te the Park for 15 cents
WANTED A MAN AND WIFE WANT
a situation te make themselves uselul.
The man understands horses, can workaround
yard, Ac. Apply at this ellice or 416 North
Market street, ltd
WANTED A YOUNG MAN WANTS A
situation as teacher or clerk ; has had
experience in both. Address: P. O. box 44,
Marietta, Lancaster County, Pa. ltd
WANTED. .EVERYBODY TO ADVER
tisc, free of charge. In the Ihtkllioeb Ihtkllieeb
czr, who wants something te de.
WANTED OLD IIOKSE SHOES AT THE
Penn Beiling Mill, Lancaster, ler which
the highest price will be paid. angl3-eawtfd
WANTED THE UNDEKSIGNKD WILL
go out nursing. Apply at Ne. 140 North
Water street. Fan NY ELLIOT.T.
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS, .
Bend stamp for Catalogue. Rifles, Shet Guns
Bcvelvers, seat C. O. D. for examination.
GRAND EXCURSION TO
On THURSDAY, AUGUST 19.
TICKETS GOOD FOR TWO DAYS.
Geed te return en any train from Atlantic
City and Philadelphia en second day, without
extra charge. Parties desiring te return same
day will take special train, leaving Atlantic
City at 6 and West Philadelphia Depot at 8 p. m
Tickets, $2.75 for the round Trip.
Train leaves Lancaster depot at 5:33.
CHILDREN HALF "KICE.
Mount Jey and LandlsvUle passengers will
take Fast line as far as Lancaster.
Tickets ler sale at the ticket offices.
CLARK & SCHMID,
JySl-Strdeed Lancaster, Pa.
The famous mammoth three-deck Steamer
Leaves Race Street Wharf at TV a. m., arriving
at Cape May about 12 p. m. Returning, leaves
Cape May at 3 o'clock p. m., givingample time
for bathlne or a drive en the beach. A full
Brass Band and Orchestra Music for dancing.
Parler Entertainments varied weekly. Lunch
eons and Refreshments in abundaucc. Din
ners and suppers provided. Oysters and Fish
served for supper a tew moments after taken
from the water.
Fere for the Bound Trip $1 .00.
SUNDAYS Will leave Race Street Wharf a
P. S. A Bread Gauge Steam R. R. will con con
eoy passengers te Cape Island In 8 minutes.
Tickets Ter sale at
CHAS. H. BAKU'S,
BLOOD AND SKIN
CcrncuitA Resolve r purines the bleed
through the bowels, liver, kidneys and skin.
. I Cuticura, a Medicinal Jelly, removes dead
sores, allays Inflammation, Itching and irrita
tion or the skin and scalp. Cuticura Medici
hal Teilbt SeAr restores whiteness and beau
tifies the skin. Cuticura Suavise Seap is the
only medicinal, soap expressly prepared for
SALT RIIEUM FOR A LIFETIME.
I have had a most wonderful cnroefSalt
Rheum. Fer seventeen years I suffered with
Salt Rheum; 1 had It en my head, face, neck,
arms and legs. I was net able te walk, only en
my hands and knees, ter ene year. 1 have net
been able te help myself for eight years. I
tried hundreds of remedies; net ene had the
least effect. The doctors said my case was in
curable. Se my parents tried everything that
came along. I saw the advertiscmentand con
eluded te try Cuticup.a Kexebies. The first
box et Cuticura brought the Humer te the
surface of my skin. It would drop en as it
came out, until new I am entirely well. All I
can say is, I thank yen most heartily for my
euro. will Mcdonald.
1315 BtrmiuriBLD St.,
CniCAfie, III., March 4, 1879.
I have been afflicted for nineteen years with
Psoriasis, and have spent hundreds et dollars
for doctors and stuff they call bleed purifiers.
Doctors did net knew what te call my disease.
I would scratch nights until I scratched my
self raw: then It would dry and term into
scales, which would' all be scratched off next
night and se en. I have been completely cured
Dy tee jctiiuha ickxedies.
Conceiid St.. Busteh Mill,
Meufuis, Txair., June 16, 1ST?.
Cuticura. Remedies arc prepared by WEEKS
& POTTER, Chemists and Druggists, 360 Wash
lngten street, Bosten, and are for sale by all
MALT AND HOPS!
DYSPEPSIA. Dyspepsia Is the prevaling
malady of civilized lite. It lies at the botem
of one-half our misery. It is the rock upon
which many of enr business ventures have
split. It clouds the mind, weakens the body,
and preys upon the vitality. Where shall wefl nd
relief from this morbid, melancholy misery?
M ALT BITTERS ! At once a medicine and a
loed, this wonderful nntrient nnd lnvigerant
builds up enfeebled digestion, regulates the
flew of the gastric juices, dissolves and assimi
lates every article of diet, and cures Headache,
Dizziness, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation of the
Heart, Nervousness, Sleeplessness, Melan
choly, and a thousand ether morbid lerms
assumed by Dyspepsia.
MALT BITTERS are prepared without fer
mentation from Canadian BARLEY MALT and
HOPS, and warranted superior te all ether
forms of malt or medicine, while free from the
objections urged against malt liquors.
Ask ler Malt Bitters prepared by the Malt
Bitters Cempamy, and see that every bottle
bears the Trade Mark Label, duly Siexed and
enclosed In Wave Lutes.
MALT BITTERS arc for sale by all Drug
Lancaster Orp Mannfactery
Without a doubt furnish the FINEST IN
STRUMENTS in the Market, Warerooms 330
North Queen street. Manufactory in the rear.
Branch Office, 15 East King Street,
Alex. McKillipe, Proprietor.
Alse Agent ter Lancaster County for
CHICKERING A SON'S Celebrated
A Full Line el Sheet and ether Music, Small
Instrument, .Violins, Banjos, Band lustra
, c,idwy ea hand. .fiMfdSftlyw
TUESDAY EVENING, AUG. 17, 1880.
THE PABADE TODAY.
A BB1XHANT SPECTACLE.
RELEASED OS A TECHNICAL PLEA.
THE CAUSE OF NEILSON-S DEATH.
Has Dr. Ueclianan swam Ashore? Frest,
Fenians Drowning and Other
Chicago, Aug. 17. The city was crowd crewd
ded te excess te-day, the aggregate popu
lation being new estimated at little
less than a million. The weather is
clear and warm. Thcre were elaborate
decorations along the line of parade. The
column consisted of twenty divisions. The
personnel of the men was striking and
they moved with the precision of a well-
disciplined army. There were sixty-two
bands, including the Marine band from
Washington and the Second regimental
band of San Francisce.
Dragging the Delaware Fer It.
Philadelphia, Aug. 17. All morning
the harbor police have been dragging the
Delaware river for the body of the notori
ous " Docter" Buchanan, but without
success. One of the ferry beat hands says
that when he last saw the doctor he was
striking out lively for the lower end of
Windmill island, but whether he is dead or
net it is new conceded that he is out of
the jurisdiction of the United States dis
trict court. He was held in $10,000 bail
last June by the United States commis
sioner and a true bill was found
against him yesterday by the grand
jury for using the mail te assist
in his bogus diploma trade. The
United States district attorney applied
te Judge Butler in court this morning te
have Buchanan's bail forfeited, but con
sideration of the matter was postponed
until Thursday next.
The Republicans of the Twelfth Penn
sylvania Congressional district have un
animously nominated Jes. A. Scranton, for
Jacob -Zimernian, of Philadelphia, was
found drowned last night in the Lehigh
river near Bethlc hem .
Frest en Sunday night is reported from
various points in the province of Ontario.
Prof. Samuel A. Ncal, colored, professor
of music, mathematics and ether branches
at Avery college, Allegheny City, Pa., and
a member of the Pennsylvania Republican
state central committee, died in Frederick,
The "case of arms" shipped from Mil
ford, for Cerk had one rifle and eight re
volvers. It is officially "watched."
A pest moitem examination attributes
the dcats of Miss Ncilsen te dropsy of the
heart, accelerated by extreme indigestion.
She was seized with sudden cramps while
out driving en Saturday and was conveyed
te the nearest restaurant where she died
James O'Sullivan, held in Baltimore,
waiting a Pennsylvania requisition en a
charge of outraging a little girl at Hanover,
had a second habeas corpus hearing this
morning, and being released, took a coach
te the depot and fled the town en the first
Jonas Rcis & Ce., Londen bankers, have
Secretary Eyarts i3 urged by the Amer
ican beard of missions te take energetic
action against the arrested murderers of
the missionary, Rev. J. W. Parsons.
Evarts says it will be done.
Saratoga races: First race Scetilla
first, Cinderalla second, Miser third. Sec
ond race : Elias Lawrcnce first, Jericho
second, Cammie F. third. Third race :
race : Odcn first, Big Medicine second, Dan
Sparling third. Fourth race : Susquehan
na first, Marchioness second, Redman
Monmouth Park : First race Spina
way fir&t, Barrett second.
On the Mcrsey te-day the Dublin steamer
Langford collided with the White Star
vessel Baltic for New Yerk. The
Longford sank, all her crew and passengers
saved, and the Baltic put back te deck for
A barge at Hunters Point, New Yerk
city, laden with Standard oil took liie at
10 a. m., and though well directed
streams partially extinguished the fire the
vessel and cargo are a total less. The
barge was towed out into the stream and
further damage prevented.
Washington, D. C, Aug. 17. Fer the
Middle Atlantic states, falling barometer,
winds mostly cast te southeast, partly
cloudy weather, with possibly occasional
local rain and stationary or higher tem
perature. PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE REAL
ESTATE. On WEDNESDAY, SEPTEM
BER 13, 18S0, will be sold at public sale en the
premises, situated in Raphe township, en the
read leading from Mr. Jey te Manheim, one
half mile northeast of Mt, Jey, adjoining lands
et Christian Geed, Jeseph Detweilcr, Jno.
Breneman and the Little Chiques Salunga
creek, a Valuable Farm containing 138 ACRES,
en which is erected a two-story Brick Heuse
with two-story brick wing attached. There is
no liner farm house in Lancaster county. A
balcony extends the whele length of the house
en the first and second stories. There are
large folding doers in the hall ; in winter the
doers can he 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, &c. Stene Tenant Heuse with basement
kitchen. A large bank barn, when erected in
1871, cost nearly 98,000. Attached te t he barn is
a building which contains a horse power and
above is a large mew. A large straw house at
tached te the baru, a carriage house, wagon
shed, corn crib and all necessary outbuildings,
all or 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 ene of the most desirable farms; in
If desired 915,000 of the purchase money can
remain en the farm.
Any person desiring te vie w the property be
fore the day of sale will please call en Mr.
Charles Bender, residing thereon.
Sale te commence at 1 o'clock p.m. of said
day. when attendance will be given by
L. D. Gauuehxb, Auet.
Hew xerk Market.
Sw Yerk. Ang. 17. Fleur State and Wast-
""i .Vi, """"S u " umi. wbu.
W heat, &ic. lower; fair, speculative bust-
Oct, 91 07: Ne. 2 Red Ang, 91 07X01 ; de
ces; aiu, a n uiu z-M-inr mi m-intu uaA -ia
Sept.. 11 WIOIOSX: de Oct. 11 0ft?3il HTi
Cera a shade easier and fairly active:
653c1 we8tern 8pet; 89e ; de future, 4X
tsteady and quiet : State, 30047c.; West
PHiLAincnaA, Aug. 17. Fleur dull and
lower teseU ; supernne 93 3003; extra S3MC
4 00 ; Ohie and Indiana fiuaUy $S 2M5 75:
Penn'a family de4 733 23; St, Leuis family at
ts SOttS 00 ; Minnesota family 3 306 OsTpateat
andBgh grades. 3003 CO. ' ""
Kye flour at 94 50..
. Wheat quiet at decline: Ne. 2 Western Red
91, 07 ; Penn'a Red 91 00 : Amber 91 09.
Cern flrmonlecalscareity; steamer31031Kc:
yellow 53c: mixed 51W3i2c.
5"8 easier; Ne. I, Wiiite 41e: Ne. 2; de
j40e; Ne. S, de &e; Ne. ?, Mixed 330
Kye scarce ; New 73c.
, Previsions Arm; geed lobbing trade: mesa
beet 913 50016 ; beef naina 921 90023 00 ; InUan
mess beet at 916 00; bacon smoked shoulders
6Sc; saltdeSX06c; smoked hams 11013c:
pickled hams 901OWc.
I .aril flrm . idtv Ipa.1a a. eim . ma
butchers' 7c; prime steam 8c
Butter market quiet and prices favoring buy
ers; Creamery extra 23036a; Creamery geed te
choice 22021c; Bradford county ami New
port extra. 22023c ; Western reserve extra IS
6 16c; de geed te choice 13013c; Rolls duU:
Penn'a extra 13016; Western reserve extra
Eggs scarce and higher ; Pennsylvania at 17c ;
Cheese quiet but held steady ; New Yerk
full cream 1213Kc; Western full cream lie;
de fair te geed legiOkjc; de hair skims
Petroleum steady ; refined 8;c
Whisky 91 11.
Seeds Geed te prime Clever firm at 98 BO
60,00; Timethy firm at 9S 6003 75; flaxseed
quiet at 91 2501 83.
PHILAPBLTBIA. Aug. 17.
1230r.x. 3:00 r. it.
Penns Ps (third issue) 107
Philadelphia Erie 13
Lehigh Valley. 63
United Ces. of N. J 167
Northern Pacific 35J
" Preferred 54
Northern Central 36K
Lehigh Navigation 31
Central Transportation Ce. 49
Pitts., Tltusvifie & Buffalo. 12l
Little Schuylkill 46
Nsw Yerk. Aug. 17.
Stocks strong and higher.
N. Y. Central 132
Adams Express Ill
Michigan Central 04r
Michigan Southern 1H4
Illinois Central 109J?
Cleveland A Pittsburgh... .121
Chicago a lieck Island. 113K
Pittsburgh & fort Wayne.. 121 -
Western Union Tel. Ce 10S
Teledo ft Wabash 40
New Jersey Central 75
Ontario Western 25Ji
Catted States UeaOs and Sterling exohange
(Quotations by B. K. Jamisen 3t Ce., S. W.
Cor. 3d and Chestnut Streets).
PmLADKLraiA. Aug. 17.
United States Cs, 1831, (registered). .1040104:
United States 5's, 1881. (reglstcred)..102j3gl02K
united statc9 4K'8, ikii, iregisiereuuie ainn
United States 4U,s,1891,(coupens).. .111 0111
United States 4's. 1907. (rarlstercil)..1097S
United States Currency 6'a. 125,12,127i:
aieriim; jcnanize -usai
Monday, August 16. The receipts of cattle
at the West Philadelphia yard for past week
were 2,000 head; North Philadelphia yard,
440 head. Total, 3,040 head.
Beeves were in moderate demand, and prices
were rather higher than last reported, which
made buyers held off; at neon te-day a num
ber were unsold. We quote Extract 55c.;
geed, 45c; medium, 44c; common,
3&4c; mixed, 33c; calves, .Sc.
Fresh cows, 920 te 930 per head.
BALES AT THE WEST FHILADELrHIA TABD.
253 ltegcr Mayncs, Western, gross, 55c.
6S Owen Smith, Western, 32 de account of
Schamberg & Ce., 19 W. Va., de J. G.
Thompson, 25 de de Vanmeter & Cham
bers, 22 de de Ellenger & Seymour, 405c.
117 A. A J. Christy, Western and Va., gross, i)
153 E. s. & B. F. McFlllcn, Western,- gross,
103 Ullman t Lehman Bres., Virginia, account
of Paul Pepper, 92 Western de Levi Sen
senlg, 18 de de Lehman Bres., 16 de de
Jno. McArdle, 34 de de M. Ulman, ii
21 Dennis Smyth, W. Va., account or A. Pest,
32 de de R. F. Fratcr, 13 de de own ac ac
cennt,45c. 190 Jehn McArdle, Western, gross, &S"?ic.
180 Lewensteln ft Adlcr, Western and W. Va.,
247 O. Schamberg ft Ce., Western, gross, 4
15 F. Shcetz, Texas, gross, 34c
71 Daniel Smyth ft Bre., Western, account of
ias..Auii; av w. va., uoei iiugunejcce.;
17 de Seger Mayncs, 405c.
110 Buchman ft Levi, Western and Va., gross,
38 A. Ostbeim, Western, gross, 405lc.
20 S. Dreirus, Western, gross, 404c.
82 Schamberg ft Paul, Western and Va., gross,
110 M. Levi. West Va.. cress. :
22 II. Chain. Western, cress, i
133 James Aull. Western, gross. 4&a5Kc
45 Win. Sales, Western and Md., gross, 45Vc.
17 P. Hathaway, West Va., gross, 44c.
Hogs were In geed demand, at an advaace of
25c. per hundred. In sympathy with the West
ern markets. Arrivals at the various yards.
Sheep were In fair demand at a dccline et c.
per pound. We quote Extra at 405c,; geed,
3iHf:.i medium, 304c.; common, 303c.
Lambs, 36c, Arrivals at the West Phila
delphia yard, 7,000 head; HestenvlUe yard,
5,000 head; North Philadelphia yard. l,UXbead;
Total, 13,000 head.
ESTATE OF HENRY AtJSSlCKEK (OS
OVERSEER), late of Pequea township,
deceased. The undersigned Auditor, appoint
ed te pass upon exceptions and distribute the
balance remaining in the hands of Jehn M.
Amwcg, Administrator, te and among these
legally entitled te the Fame, will sit for that
purpose en FRIDAY, the 20th day of AUGUST.
1880, at 10 o'clock a. m., In the Library Beem of
the Court Heuse, In the city of Lancaster,
where ullpcrsens Interested In said distribu
tion may uttend. D. McMULLEN,
ESTATE Or ANDREW STEWAKT, LATE
of Lancaster City, deceased. The under
sigrcd Auditor, appointed te distribute the
balance remaining In the bands of Jehn B.
Geed, csq trustee te sell real estate, te and
among theso legally entitled te the same, will
sit for that purpose en WEDNESDAY, the
23th day of AUGUST, 1880, at 10 o'clock a. m.,
in the Library Beem et the Court Heuse, in
the city of Lancaster, where all persons Inter
ested In said distribution may attend.
W. F. BEYER,
SSIGNED ESTATE OF SAMUEL KURTZ
and Jacob U. Strlckler. trading as Kurtz
ft Ce., of Mount Jey borough. The undersign
ed Auditors, appointed te pass upon excep
tions and distribute the balance remaining in
the hands el Henry Hlestand and Philip A.
Pyle, Assignees, te and among these legally
entitled te the same, will sit for that purpose
en TUESDAY, the 17th day of AUGUST, 1880,
at 10 o'clock a. in., in the Library Roem et the
Court Heuse, in the city of Lancaster, where
all persons interested In said distribution may
attend. ZURIEL SWOPJE,
JS. It. lillKlU,
INSTATE OF HENRY MUSSELM AN, LATE
!i et the borough of Marietta, Lancaster
county, deceased. The undent :ned Auditor,
appointed by the Orphans' Court or Lancaster
county. Pa., te distribute the balance remain
ing In the hands of B. F. Hlestand and Ames
Bewman, executers of the will of said de
ceased, te and among these legally entitled te
the same, will attend for that purpose en the
14th day or AUGUST, 1890 at o'clock a. m., in
the Library Roem of the Court Heuse. In the
city of Lancaster, Pa., where all persons Inter
ested In said distribution may attend.
ESTATE OF HENRY DKRB, LATE OF
Ceney township, Lancaster county, de
ceased. The undersigned Auditor, appointed
te distribute the balance remaining In the
hands or Christian K. Ebersole administrator
d. b. n. c. t. a. of said deceased, te and among
these legally entitled te the same, will sit for
that purpose en THURSDAY, AUGUST 19,
at 9 o'clock a. m., In the Library Roem of the
Court Heuse, In the city of Lancaster, where
all persons Interested In said distribution may
attend. SAMUEL EBY,
JUETTNG OF THE STOCKMOLDXRS
of the Lancaster Gas Cemnanv will be
neiu.at Roberts's ball. North Prince street,
Lancaster city, AUQUBT at, I860, at 3 o'clock
p. m. jehnl: ATLBE,