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LANCASTER DAILY INTEIUGENCER THURSDAY ATTGTTST 19, 1880.
veir W as 330,303. All of which is respect
fully submitted. Davis Kitcii,
Superintendent Water "Weiks.
Twe omnibus leads of city councilman
and ether officials visited the reservoir this
afternoon te inspect the work and te sec
the water tinned into the eastern basin.
Most of them went down and caiefully ex
amined the sides and bottom. All agree
that the work is done and wilI"held water."
15y the strengthening of the northern wall
the storage capacity is slightly decreased
net mere than one per cent. The bot
tom l cumins en substantially the same
level. The overllew pipe en the eastern side
was especially commended. The water
was turned en at three from the main sup
ply and everything worked well.
COURT Ol' "UARTEK SESSIONS.
Tlic August Term of Criminal Business.
Wedhcmlay afternoon. Ceuit lc-asscm-blcd
at 2i o'clock and thctiial of the caf-e
of cem'th vs. Jehn Scntman. indicted for
fornication and bastardy and adultciy was
resumed, and occupied all of the after
neon session. The defense in the ease
was a denial by defendant of the
offenses chaigcd, and that the piosecu piesecu
tiixMary Mimin was a woman of bad
reputation and unworthy of belief.
The defense called a number, of witnesses
who testified th.it defendants character
for chastity was geed. In rebuttal a num
ber of witnesses testified that pi escculiix'.s
character for veracity was geed. After all
the testimony had been heard, court ad
journed until 7 o'clock.
William Meltz and Nicholas Mcisciisuul
plead guilty te the laieeny of $21 in money
:md a razor fiem Jeseph Hinder en last
Saturday evening. Tins goods were taken
fiem the slccpingnpaitmcuts of prosecutor
in an apartment of ilr. Isaac Diller's .stable
en Christian sticcl. The defendants claim
te have been dituik at the time. Mei.sen
saul was i-entenccd le undeigeaii impii
senment of seven months, and Melt. si.
The grand jmy made the following ie
True Bills : ?.l. I). L. Moeie, eloping
with a maiiicd v.eman ; Chailes and Jos Jes
eph (iantz, lel b-jy ; Mary Iloekmycr and
liOien. Nekte, it. al., feicible entry ; Mil Mil
eon C3ess, aisen ; ..lilten (Jess, assault and
WedhCsdnu Eh..uhj. The case el the
commonwealth vs. Jehn Scntman, fei
fei nidatien and ba-l.idy, was argued and
given te the jui about 10 o'clock.
Near ihe close of the aftci neon session
S. II. lteynoids,c-i'.,;eii behalf el'IIatrv Mc
Alpine, aliasWild Hairy, stated that iheie
had been found an indictment for feloni
ous assault and b.ulciy against the de
fendant, the prosecutor being Mi. CSceige
II. Haitmau. Hauy has been in jail for
mx weeks-and askecl the court te allow a
uel. pref, te be entered en payment of
costs. The coin t held the matter under
advisement until the t veiling session, when
Judge Pattcisen refused te allow a iivl.
pros, te be entered witlieut a consultation
with Judge Livingston. Thuisday morn
ing the district atternc-, was directed te
tiuueughly examine the case, teascciiaiu
whether there was a felonious intent.
TIatmlay Jfurniiiy. 1 Ienry Bewers plead
guilty te stealing a watch fiem the shoe
maker shop of .Jehn 11. Decker, of Eli, i i
bcthtewn. He was sentenced te undcige
an impriseumcul of six mouths.
J. JJ. Amwake, esq., counsel for Jehn 15.
Dennis, asked the ceuit for the postpone
ment of the sentence until Monday, as II.
jVI. North, csu,., w he was al cent from town,
would be home en Saturday, and en Mon
day piopescd te apply for a wiit of crier
in the case. The application was opposed
by S. II. llcyiielils. The court said that
sentence was postponed until this week en
account of the illness of defendant, and
that Satiuday would be time enough te
make a motion in the case.
Jacob McLaue, city, plead guilty te hav
ing committed an assault and battery en
llcniy Lutzafc the Heading depot sonic
weeks age. He was sentenced te pay a
fine of i?3 and costs.
Jehn F. Tebiii,w ith half a deen aliases,
was ch.uged w ith the burglai of $380 in
money and a geld watch, chain and locket,
fiem the office of Dr. Jehn O. lieyd en the
night of June 29,1878. Jehn Diamond
was attested, tried and cenvic cd of the
burglaiy and is new in piisensc-viug his
term. The defendant who was seen in
company with Diamond a short time before
the burglary was net sceu in town for
months afterwards, when he was ai rested
by Officer McDivitt. The doctei'-watch
and chain were recovered injapawnbiekci's
shop in Philadelphia, where it w:s taken
by Diamond and a mail answering defend
The defense offered no testimony but
defendant's attorneys called the court te
direct a erdict of net guilty te be inteicd
as the ferpus dclcch had net been shown.
Dr. J. O. Boyd, the prosecutor iu tin. case,
was net able te attend ceuit this moiling
and the commonwealth was compelled te
close the case without hearing his testi
mony. The case was given te the .jury,
under the chaige of the court without
argument of counsel. Jfclcnuant was
found guilty of Luccny and .sentence d te
IS months impiisenmcut.
In the case of cem'th vs. Milten Oe s,
the boy charged with setting lire te the
bain of Mr. Jacob Ilehrcr, near Slraslcug.
the court directed a petition te be prcp.icd
with the view of hav ing lh boy sen' te
the liensc of refuge.
James Gautz, colored, was indicted for
enteiing the dwelling house of Philip
Ciciuer, of East Denegal township, en
July 14, with intent te commit a feleiy.
A geld necklace and bracelets belonging
te a daughter of piosecuter were stecn
fiem a bureau drawer up stairs. A colei d
man was seen secreted under the bed, aid
defendant was identified as the man tint
ran out of the house. The defense cjillid
defendant who denied having cemmitttd
the laieeny. The defendant was feun.,
guilty and sentenced te undergo an im
piiseniueut of one v car.
Frank Montgomery, a boy net 12cai 12cai
ef age, was charged with the larceny eJ
two watches and chains from Geerge W.
Bees and Gottlieb Macr. of Marietta. The
stolen piepcrty was recovered and handed
ever te the owners. The boy is of weak
mind. The district attorney did net press
for a conviction and verdicts of net guilty
vveie taken, no was discharged with a
reprimand fiem the ceuit.
Adjourned until 2:30 o'clock.
The grand jury made the fellwing re
True Bills : Frank Montgomery and Jehn
Jinercd: Herace Andersen, laieeny, and
Abraham G. Frankheuscr, false pretense
andpiosccnter, Daniel Snadcr, for costs.
Showing it te ttie Beys.
One of the beet-black brigade-was notic
ed te take a cane from from the rack in
front of Nimlew's cigar store, Centre
Squat c, yesterday, and tun off with it.
Information was at once given aud when
the little fellow found that he was detected
and pursued he turned round and said,
"Mr. Nimlew, here is one of your canes,
I was just taking it around te show it te
the boys." He was net arrested but will
be if the offence is repeated.
Hcturncd from Europe
A telegram from New Yerk announces
that II. '.. ltheads and son, of this city,
who have been in Eutepc for some mouths
past, anived at that pert yesterday in the
ship L' Amcriquc, and are expected in Lan
caster tins evening.
retlccmen Suspended. IKing street of the 8th of August and fiac-
A. J. Flick, policeman of the Ninth 'lured his thigh and three of his iibs,died at
ward, and James Sautz. of the Fifth the county hospital last night. This morn
ward, have been suspended for six days- ing Corener Mishlcr held an impiest en the
each for neglect of duty. Jeseph Arneld remains and his jtiry returned ajveidict in
has been appointed in place of Mr. Flick accordance with the facts. Dr. Muhlcu
and Jehn Gill in place of Mr. Eantz. berg attended as coroner's physician.
OCK KEGULAK COKKESPONDEXCE.
A JJreken Leg Successful Gunners Acci
dents anil Incidents.
aged ten jears, the Kin of
Newcomer, had his left leg
the wheel of a mill wagon
ycstciday afternoon and broken above the
knee, lhc wagon belongs te a Jlanctta
The picnic te have been held ycstciday
at Chiqucslteck was postponed 0:1 account
of the disagreeable state of the weather.
Jacob Kimes, an engineer, and Will
Swinglcr, a brakemau. en the Pennsylva
nia railroad, went gunning te Biid-in-IIand
yesterday morning. They returned te Col
umbia en the Haitisbiug accommodation
train at (i:201ast ecning with a very fine
stting of plover. Kimes had eighteen as
The leap year jiicnic at Ilcisc's weeds
ycstciday was a pioneunccd success. The
affair was conducted en stiict leap jcai
piinciplcs aud was admirably managed by
the ladies committee en au.ingcnicnls.
Blackson'seichestra furnished the music.
Mr. Edwaid S. Ruinscy has returned
fiem a visit of a few days te Philadelphia.
A social basket picnic will be held at
Millway pa.k en the Beading and Colum
bia railroad, en Thuisday, August 20th.
Mes5is. C. ('. Ilogentegler and Umclv
Richards, are the committee en airangc
nipnts. Taj loi'seichcstia has been engaged
for tliu occasion.
William Cl.uk, ticket agent at Colum
bia, in the employ of the Beading & Col
umbia laihead cempanj', has returned
fiem a vi'-il of :iluta month te Clcai
licld c.mulj'. Mi. (. Ink"., health has net
been geed fei some time and it was te
bet let it that lie made the liip up th"
ceunlij lv the advice of his phj'sician.J
Mr. and Mis. II. F. Biunei will leave
here fei Ocean Giec te-day.
Miss Annie Went, is isiting Mi-s Sallie
Bev. W. I. Mewci, ,f Halifax, I'a.
feimeily pastei of the
chin eh of this lilacs,
ib en a isii te
Te-ni"ht the 1 idieswhe
v.iil jiid their
assist::mv tewaidsuuking the coming fair
e! the Citicns' hand a sited"--, will meet
in the baud 100111 011 Bank
iadics will weik Iheii needh's,
The fnneialel Mi . SilKe Bl ickwe id,who
died suddenly at Phil idelphi 1 01. Tuesd.iy
meining will lake place at two oVlecl
te moiiew allciiioeu in Columbia i'10111 the
icsideiicoef Edwaid II. Staniei, Locust
street above Sixth sheet. The remains
will be intoned in Mount Betiiel cemetery.
Bev. F. W. Slaley, p isier of the B. !:.
Luthei.in chinch re! u ned, te town fiem
Philadelphia jestci day afternoon.
Despite the fact that their names aic
attached te the paper bj which the mei
chants of Columbia hue agieed one with
anelhci te cee their late; of business at
seven o'clock in the evening, a couple of
Locust street greet i.-, near the opera house
jieisist in keeping thcit stoics open alter
the hour iiieiilieucd and j'gretd upon, te
the indignation of the 9i pci cent, who be
lieve in keeping their weid.
Mr. and Mis. Ahram Biiiuer. with Iheii
son Willie, lettiined te Columbia this
meining fiem Baltimore and Emeij
The Beading & Columbia laihead
i-.impany will inn a couple of special tiains
te and from the Sinking Spiing ci'iipmcet
ing en Sunday next.
The colored masons of this vicinity are
having a geed time te day at Litit?.
Thutj-live tickets were sold at the depot
this meining for the er.cuisien ever the
Pcnnsj'lvania laihead te Atlantic Citv.
Had the weather tc.nai'scd clear the s ih
of tickets would have bvci much larger.
Shew eis of goed-doirg sains fell thioitgh thieitgh thioitgh
eut the d.ij' just 11.1s-.ed. The lelw co cL
uncut will be benefited thorebj.
:iiul Unties !; i.'.u.
The deg catchers are still acliveh at
weik loping in the uumuzIed canines.
Sometimes lhe meet with bitter op.)-i-tien
fiem the owners of the dogs, e.ie 01
two of whom have taken th.cii dogs leiei
bly fiem the deg-calchci.s. The se en nets
w ill be piesecutcd.
Iu noticing the difficultj which ecemird
en Seuth Duke street jesleidaj'. diuiugthc
capture of Fiauk 1 lames --deg, the ,?.r(
Era says that Chief ef Police Deichlei !
evei stepped his an theiitj. Chief Deichlei 1
wishes te make the fellow ing cei-l
rectiens in the Xar 7,Vr'. lcpert
of the affair: The deg-e itehcr was
net "about te canlttie tlu d-cr"" wlu-n '
Mis. Haines picked it up, but it was al
ready captured and in the net. The chief
did net "erdei the colored man te iac the
deg from her," for the cole.-ed man h id
possession of it and Mrs. Haines was tijing
te take it fiem him. The chief did net
"take it by feicc from Mi. Haines,"' and
scratch her hand or spi.iiu her sheuldci,
or use anj' feicc whatever, ex- ejL se much
as w.is neccssai v te cause her te release
her held en the deg. J he eluel did
net hear her " offer him fifty cents'' i-e re
lease the deg, and had he hcndilhc
would net have accepted it. as he had no
light te de se. The end sol" the law would
net "have been fulij' subscived," bj- al
lowing Mis. Haines te cany hei deg home,
as the law distinctly sajs that uiimuzled
ilegs shall be captuicd and locked up, and
can only be recovered by the ev.nei - en
paj meiit of the legal penalty. The law
vciy piepeily makes no distiuclieu be
tween unniu..lcd dogs v.hethei thej- ap
neai en the street by "accident" 01 deign.
C'i.imi Alter :i J'lisei.er.
Officer Lem.m had a livelv mn alici
Johnny Potts this meining. Polls was
arrested en eempl linlef Mi-. Cluist, Seuth
Cluistian street, who ehaigetl him with
being dituik and dtseidciry and also with
malicious mischief. The eilicei was pie
vailed upon te allow Johnny te walk in
front of him te the station hi-u-e, which
he did in geed faith until ha get -'..iit of
fi owning 'edifice. Then lie dashed fei
liberty along Giant street, into and ll'i.mgh
Mutilation's siloen, outteDuko tlept and
then into one of the 1 ivvyci 's eliiecs v. hei
he secreted himscli fei a time but
finally discovered and caplincd.
was seen aft eivv aids admitted te bail.
This evening the Democratic boys and
his of the Kinthwaidwillcicct ahickeiy
tl feet in height, at the inlet section of
inics and Mill be: y streets. This v. ill he
tie thiid Democratic pole put up at this
p-inr. and it is piebablc the "piadiila
t'ral" will be completed by the erection
e' another in a few daj's.
The Juniei Demeciats of the Seventh
v,iul will erect a fme hickeiy en Satuidaj
evening in fient of Ut'iuger's silo m Mid
The beat d of t eommissiencis of Lancas
ler count j- sent te the commissioner.- of
Chester ceuntj' the bend given by J. B.
Carter, the contractor, for building the
inlei -county bridge ever the Octoraro, at
Mercer's mill, near Atglcn. The commis
sioners of Chester ceuntj-, 0:1 learning who
the bondsmen wcic,refnscd te appiove the
bend. The contract will be givcu le the
next lowest bidder, J. A. Weimcr, of Lan
caster, whose bid is $1,737, nceeiding te
the West Chester Lecal JSTcics.
Died efliis lejuries.
Rudelph Uhling, the German who fell
C. 1... T.nlnnn,, aF TJ"5rtl,f,.0 l,rif r "P.f-cf
ACCIUENT TO 3LAJOK SHENK.
Falls 0er an Embankment and Inte
Yesterday we made mention of a gentle
man's picnic party leaving this city for a
dav's recreation at Yerk Furnace Springs,
enthc line of the Columbia and Pert De
posit raihead. The day was delightfully
spent until a few moments before
the party left the station when an
accident happened te Maj. R. W. Sheuk,
which for a time created the greatest con
sternation among his friends. He was
standing en the perch of the little station
house in cenv ersatien with ex-maj-01
Atlcc and U. S. commissioner Slaymakar,
waiting for the train of cats that were
te cairy them back te Lancaster.
Stepping fiem the perch the Majer
tiipped ever a stick, and stumbled for fer
waul. In attempting te recover himself,
he slipped en the wet grass and pitched
headlong into a lecky ravine ten or twelve
feet in depth. Hi-; fiiends hastened te his
relief aud found him Ijiug unconscious,
and the bleed tunning fiem his nose. He
was cauicd into the station house and Dr.
Caipcntcr, who was of the paitj', applied
the necessary remedies. He remained un
conscious until he reached home. He had
no bones biekcn, and except a slight con
gestion of the brain and some severe
biuises, his injuries arc net sei ions.
iir.Mt run ti:i vl.
.ielin 1ijcr-, the Stablicr, Committed le Jail.
Jehn Mjcis, the man who was detected
in Mr. Kauffman's cein-lield stealing com
and who se severely stabbed And. Miller
who attempted te airest him, had a hear
ing before Aldciiuan Alex. Dennelly of
the Seventh waul List evening, and in de
fault of bail was committed te answer at
coin t. Mr. Miller was net able te be pres
ent as a witness, but the cutting was iully
established by jeting Mr. Kauffman who
was present at the time and knocked
Mjeis down with a stone, and thus piob pieb
ably prevented him fiem niuideiing Mr.
.Miller. On the way te the aldci man's
office Mj-eie told the officer having him in
chaige that he wished that he had killed
him ; and en his way te jail he said he
didn't mind being locked up, as winter
was coming en and he would have a geed
home dining the cold weather. Myeis isa
peddler of small notions and for some time
past bended at Ne. .)12 West Walnut
Seme of th. ladies and gentlemen or the
tity are engaged in getting up an Out-Doei
club similar te these te be found in ether
towns aud which aie intended especially
te pievidea. ready way tif practising aich
eiy, ciequct, lawn tennis and ether oul eul oul
deoi sport, suitable fei the paiticipitieit
of both sexes. It will be needful te
.secure a convenient gieund of sev
eral aci.'s with some shade, but
mainlv free fiem trees which would
eb,tiuet the games. Wheicvet the-e
clubs hav e been established they have be
come veij- popular and as the pleasant fall
season appieaches when out-deer sports
aie'meie appiepiiated. no'deubt the Lan
caster club will be successfully laired and
IJarrxsunrc; r.ixl Lancaster.
Reuben .Taeelry, of Lancaster, an em
ployee at the Baldwin steal weiks, had his
left shoulder bieken while unloading lum
ber from a c:u. He received attention at
Geeige Ringvv all Fei rest, aged thhty
six anil of color, left his mothers home,
in Mai ion street. Banishing, en Satiuday
evening last, and has net bcenhcaid fiem.
lie told a member of the family that he
wa - going dev n town and would return in
a short time. It is pe sible thai he may
have mine te Lancaster county te visit his
uncle, Wm. Shelden, ne..r Maytevvn. He
was just lccevci ing fiem a spell of sick
ness," and his mother is veij much tieubled
en account of his absence.
t: urMen te Atl.mti"
vveie 1"0 paisengci
Thei. vveie 1"0 juisengci en the excui-
sien te Atlantic City this meining, includ
ing these fiem stations west of th'n cifj'
a-, faras Yeik and east as fai as Coates
ville. About 2j0 of the number were fiem
this city. Telegram state that they ai-
ii en time and in geed
r.iriu U10 Occ.sn hlierc.
S.ip, lintcndcnt Middlclen, of the Pcnii
lolling mill, is back again after a fewdajs'
wrestling with the breezes and fishes of
Raincgat. Be ictuins with sunburned
visage and laden down with blue fish, 1 c c
peil ing the sport abundant and the tini(
the best l.c ever had in hi-, life.
liu Cl.iiiii'int ei.
The seven piiis of ladies' gaitcis cap
tured bj-Officer Adams timing his unsuc-ee-sfnl
chase after Paul (hiiglej, and be
lieved te have been stolen, aie still held at
Aldeiman McConemy'r. effice awaiting a
claimant. Thej-weic manufactured by a
fiim in Yeik.
I. utiVreil teuilile vitlt nciveus debility,
ein--id by demnctl Kiilnej-!, and v.is iici ma
in 11 1 1 eiiH'il by I'ler.tiiiilineSlu's I'lcncll Kid
licj i'ad-, v lieu elliei remedies giivc me no ie
lie!,"' w 1 il .1 jeiiu; laj ten lneieli ml.
l.i-nn Clajleii, a lady veiy lUemiiu al
ly .iiiiici led with U'liiiit'iiuice w oil,, will
unive 111 1. mt islei en Satiuday, and deltvei
two el Iici jiepulai lecluies en buiula.v. Hit
time ind place I e beaimeunced'luTeilte,.
Meicli mis' ci!!MOii te Cenej 1-laml :.nil
i'.iiiiteu jleatli, 11 Tliui-day, AiiK"st -'.
S'iil.t isin-.ilii ly keimI lel tv oday-",te ielin 11
en aiij train fiem J rsey Cilj 01 l'liiladelpln 1.
1'aie (or tlie round tup only $1.73. bpmil
t nuns leave L-mca-sii'i (Kinstit et)at I iwa.m.
aul Celiindiiant I -0 111. I'ei lull pulien! ti-
-ee pesieis and eiw ulaisal all stations en I!
an IV. M. It. ai!l'V-l,"V-l,-"'.V-lv
..'ideilidt w i-inatl.v
Cii'iciiia s!i lviny Seuj.
-.liuvei! c ti id 1, v ith
And titan jour ineiitli alleiw.ud, with s(l
.Ol ).NT, ami jour leclli will be 111 condition
t.nle tiitir weik for jew-. Tliens tndsel lw
pepties hnlted their toeil feee.iiw they had no
;;oei! let 111 te 111 isticate piepeily. C'new line,
eit slnv.,.iiid u cso.enovr.
hiiinlui",, before eating, pain and
alteiw.utl, prev entctl by Mall l.itteis.
si'i:ciAh jve nui:i.
His iuuie-5--il)lu for n woman ufti'i a lailhlul
course ertieatincntwitli J.ydia iZ. 1'iiil.liain's
Vei (able Compound te continue te -ullei
villi a weak new et the litems. Ilncle-c a
stamp le Mr-, lijdia V.. l'mkluiin, 2.U Westein
avenue, I.jilli, Masn , ler punplilets.
A most xigiitceus jiid-incnt nvvaideil Dr.
l.ind&cy ler the wemleilul cuies pcileimcd
by Iil-s 'JJIimmI Searcher." held by alldiu;-;-Kists.
Try J.eehei'.s Kcnew ned Cough Sj rap.
br-vTisrics prove that tvvcnlj-nve percent
el the deaths iu our larger cities are caused by
consuinptien, and when we reflect tint this
tci 1 ible disease m its vv erst singe w ill j ield te
a bottle of l.eclier- Jlcnevvncd Cough Syrup,
shall we condemn tliesu'feicrs ler their ne-li
gence, erplly them for their ignorant e. Te
')l.ast King sticet.
Try Lecliet's Kenow ned Cough bj rup.
The -.eciet el long life is te keep the liver
pci feetly liealthy, w lilch is best nceenipli-hcd
by uing only " sellers' Liver rill."
Try lieeher's Uenenncd CeuphSyiup
Xe remedy for kidney di-caes heretofore
distev ercd can be held for one moment in coin-
itarlaeu vvitli Warner's Safe Kidney and .Liver
;urc. C. .1. Heney, D.l Washington, D. V.
"Jlrewn's Brenclital TrechCi" are used with
advantage te alleviate Cenghs, Sere Threat,
Hoarseness and Bronchial Altectlens. Fer
thirty ears these Trochee 1l.iv c been in use,
w itli annually Increasing favor. Tbey aie net
new and untried, bat, having been tested by
v. ide and constant use for nearly an entire
generation, they have attained vrell-meiitcd
rank among the fewstaplc remedies of the age.
Jirewn'x Urenchial Troches"' act directly
en the organs of the voice. They have an ex
traordinary cirect in all disorders of the Threat
and Laiyn., lestei ing a healthy tone w lien re
laxed, either trem cold or ever-exertion of the
v eice, and produce a clear and distinct enunci enunci
atieu. SjicitJ en antt Stvycrs fmi the Troches
A Cough, Celd, t'atuirk 01 Sere Tlueit re
quires nnuiediatu attention, as neglect olten elten
times xe-iilts m -emu iaturable Lang Di-ea-e.
"J!iewn,x Jlrenchial Troches" will almost in
v ariably giv e lelief. Imitations are elfeied for
sale, 111 my et vv inch aie injuueu-. The genu
ine "Jireiin'i Jiienehtfd Troches" are bold
only in bexei. ianlrlj d& vv Tii.Th&S
Osu el the gieatest charms el Dr. Uiovvn Uievvn
mg's Tonic and Alterative i-v the small size of
Hie dose, 'ilievaiieus delicate coinbinatieus
of dings aie concentrated in the most careful
manner, and linally bi ought tegetlici by a
scuesel eiiiii il piece -e- ; consequently the
doe i-. only one tcarpoeniul for an adult
and smallci 111 piopeilion for tliildien. It is
taken onto oeteie tacit meal. Last but net
le 1st, a .Vl cent bottle i.ists ten daj s, v lulu a $1
bottle lasts Ivveutv lemdaj-. Fer-ale bv tlie
1'iopueter, . Ch mipieu llie.v ning, 1117 Aick
-tieet, l'hil idelphi 1, and all Druggi-t-.
'1 iy Leclier s lieeevv neii Cough bj nip.
iMotliers! letlisis!! .Vletl.ers:!!
Al J 011 di-tuibtd al night and bieki 11 et
jour lest bj a-acl. t'nild Miiiifiing and eijmg
with the e-wriitiating pun et cutting teeth."
It se, go at eik i an lgetabottleet MB?. WlXb WlXb
LeWmsOOUIIM; s.! UUI'. Itwillulievethe
peel little sullen 1 miiucdi iteiy depend upon
il; there is no 1111 -take- tbeut it. There is net u
metht-i en taiih vv he h isevei ii-tu it, who will
net tell jeu at once that it vv II! regulate the
bow 1 Is. and give test te the mother, and relief
and health te the laid, epeiating like magic.
It is peili ttly wsle le iisein all cases, and pleas
ant le tin taste, and is She prescription et one
et the eldest and betd Somali plij sieians and
11 m si , in the lTni -dstdes. bold cv eryw here
IT, ti ats a bottle. f il7-lyd&v .M.WAS
AV.iriii YVciiur and its llilccts.
JM.mj people, i.eei illy ladies, complain at
this -t.iseu 01 theyci.i el a geneiai; weakness
01 t'ebilitj. The uC el 8 peel's Pint Grape
nit1 pi event . this I he vv ine is -slid te have
a most vviindeiful 1 aei t in glv ing stiength,
v iger and lone te ilie whole system. It is ex
tensively used by ladies nuisitig, or about te
anise lnlauts. TliiiWiuc isnelaiiiauulaetuied
ailitle no Ikiuei is added te it. It is no patent
nie.littueei tenli il humbug, but is a superior
vv ineel the Opei te grape. It is pure, old, un
adulterated wine, nothing 11101 1 or less. Jlr.
t-peei li is Neii suppljmg hospitals with his
w ine ter m.aiv jeaisp ist. It is said te be 1111-saip.is-ed
ler summer complaints, and for
vveaklj peiseus. '1 he pile: is low ler soetel seetel
lent a vv ine, and no lauiily need be vv it lien t it.
Tins wine 1, endorsed by Drs. Atlcu and
I) iv is and sold b.v 11. 1'.. 1 ij makei.
reLtn uaj. j: v 1.1.1. nx.
The Ud el S:i-Ti:MRi:U Is the la .1 day for
li-gislratien and asses-ment.
The assessor of each dislncl li ieiuiied te
be at tlie election house en WKDXE-DAYand
TIIeTUsl)AY,bI".Pri:Mi;ER 1st and 2 1, from
lna. in. te.! p. in , and iiem 1: p. m. te 'l p. m.,
tepcilecl I he list of etei-s.
All pel sons eatilled te v ete should crsonul crsenul
Ijl see that they aie assc-"t'd as well as icgis
t'euil. Pel sons intending te be milni-alized beleic
the idol OCTOISEi: should also be asscacd
and icgisteiedby the id of bEPTiMUEU.
County committee meeting at City Ccntial
Ileadiiu nteis .Monday, Augu.ti!, at 10 a.m.
Hancock Veteran Association meets at Cin
t nil Ilcadqiiai li r ev cry Tuesday ev cuing.
Cenfeieaee committees meet en Wed ne .day
evening, August IS, aud August il. There
after en oveiy soeendnnd leiuth Wednesd iy
of the month.
Campaign committee niei t regularly eveiy
Mtli waul ilub mi ets legulaily .011 1'ildiiy
evening; Americas club en Thuisday evening.
On i'riil ij evening, August 2D, there will be a
public meteiing el the Democracy et the fekttli
w.i'd 'a Sehilltr h ill, under tliu joint auspices
et the Aineiieus asseeial iea and bith ward
club. Speakers w ill address the meeting.
'"lie i eung Men's Il.iniee! and English club
w ill meet al Jacob Utiugci'ti baloen, Middle
Mm tl.en lo-meiiovv (Thursday) evening at 7
o'clock. A. fel'I'lXWAXDLL',
The Thud v.aid Hancock ami English club
w ill niei t at the Ct niial lieadiuartcis, Centre
tjipiaie, i'liday evening, at f o'clock. A full
attendance is dc iicd, as important busine-is
will be transacted and the v. 01k et canvassing
initiated. HEXUY WOI.P,
G. Envv. liLi'i'Mi. l'ltsident.
FOR PRESIDENT :
WINFIELB S. HANCGCK,
P03 VICE PRESIDENT :
WILLIAM H. ENGLISH,
The great principles or American lili
criy arc still the lawful iniicritanrc of
this people, ami cter should he. The
right of trial by jury, the habeas cerpps,
the liberty of the press, the frcetlem of
speech, the natural rights or persons anil
tlie ri-riits of property must he preserved.
V, INFIELD H. IIAaCOCK,
vY:i.('emtigIept. La. ami
Stale Illoiteint Ticket.
II. E. MONAGHAN,
E. A. PUE.
john x, meffi.t.
nath n c.j ames.
JAMEs ;. McsPAKI.A.y
DK. ALPKED J. MAKTIN.
11. E. DAVIS.
CiEOUGP. A. POST.
A. J1I. P.ENTO.V.'
J. P. LINTON.
COL. JOHN S. MILLLi:
J.O. S ANTON.
C. K. ItOWEU.
J. A. J. JIUUHAXAX.
itOIIKUT M. GIUSOX.
HAUUY W. WILSON
J. 1IOSS THOMPSON.
DCVinCKATIC STATE TH'Iil.T.
von suvuemc .inner.
for Aunno's curvrave.
KOlSEItT P. DECHLUT.
DE.VIOCKATIC COUNTY TICKIIT.
J. L. STLIXMETZ.
reu iiisiT.icT attei:-.:;v.
i or re:; vteu (leth distkict.)
J. IS. DOUGLASS.
rOR ABsEMBLV (2ll IIISTISIIT )
rt. C. STEVENSON,
S. 1". SlilKK.
rei: ARsmtnLY (.M DiSTiac?.;
i:. DAVIS YUXDT,
J ACOI5 M. HAENLEN.
reu prison iKirccTeiyj.
fek roen mr.ucTOiis.
A. J. SNYDEK,
V M. IS. I'AHNESTOCK
Hav ing returned from the Seuth, has re
sumed his eilicc practice, and can be lnuiul at
Ne. 239 EAST KING STItLET.
rDACCO KAISEKS' NOTICE.
The Tcnn'a Mutual Hail Insurance Com
pany is new ready te bind the insurance, and
issue policies against hail damage te tobacco.
Kates reduced. Insure before it Is tee late, at
UAUSM AX BUUKS'S. Ins. Agents,
Office, 10 West Orange Street.
Xe. 105 Xerth Queen street for the Cheapest
and Best BOOTS AXD SHOES.
105 Sign or the Big Shee. 105
I3IFOKTAXT TO REAL ESTATE OWN
EUS. About September 1 we will i-sue
our Monthly Catalogue of i.eal Estate for sale.
If you have property te sell, avail yourselves
at once of this excellent opportunity ter put
ting piepertv in the market. Terms sent by
mail. II EUR &TAUFFEU, Real Estate
Agents 3 Xertli Duke street, Lancaster. I'a.
LADILS AND GENTS
It yen want a
GOOD FITTING BOOT OR SHOE,
Heady-made or made te 01 der, call at
Xe. 1(13 North Queen Street.
Custom Weik a Specialty.
100 Tens el Rags Wanted,
Fer vv hich the highest price w ill be paid.
2,'i CENTS PER POUND FOIS GOOD
The highest price raid for Woolens, Old
Paper, Heeks, &e. Teh Uag Asserters vv anted'
te vv iiein the highest price vv ill be paid.
JOHN A. SHOBBB,
Cor. Nei Hi Queen and Orange Streets,
yO-lMH Lancaster, I'a
"IIKST GRANU VUL.KSFEtT OF T1IE
(Installer Mm Tn,
OF LANCASTER, OX
Monday and Tuesday, Aug. 23 and 24,
AT 11 HAT HLEN PARK.
This is the Hrst Cannstattcr Yelksfest ever
held iu Lancaster, and is being arranged en
the same plan as the Cannstattcr Velkstest el
Philadelphia and New Yerk.
The leading attraction et the day will be an
immense Festival Column, artistically deco
rated vvitli every kind of Fruit and will be
worthy et a visit. There will also be a large
Panorama tree te all visitors, which will pro
duce the principal cities and tow ns of Europe
in their natural size. The ditferent European
Military .Stalls in lull uniform can also be seen
in life size.
Popular cntcitainmcnt-3 ler adult-, and chil
pien will be provided ler.
Omnibuses vv ill leave East King street dur
ing the two days, and Powell's conveyances
w ill take passengers te the Park ler 15 cents
1)Ul.LlCSALi; OF &TCKS.
On MONDAY, AUGUST 23, 1&30, will be
sold at public sale, ler the uudcr-Igncr execu execu
eor, at the Cooper Heuse, Lancaster City, I'a.,
the lollevv ing stocks, te wit:
20 Miarcs Farmers National ISank Stock.
It! bharcs Laucaster County National Hank
5 Shares Lancaster and FrnitviUc Turnpike
20 Shares Manlicim and Lancaster Turnpike
13 Shares Lancaster and Suscuehuuna Turn
pike Stock, known as the Columbia pike.
2 Shares Lancaster and Ephrata Pike Com
7 shaies Lancaster and Willow Street Pike
10 Shaies Hellew ware and Enameling Com
219 Shares Lancaster Gas Company Stock.
5 Shares Lancaster and Millersvillc Street
Sate te commence al 2 o'clock p. in. et said
day, when attendance will be giv en ami con
ditions of sale vv ill be made known by
A. SLAYM Ah'fclt,
Executer of thclaslvvill efGen. J. L. Uey Uey
nelds, deceits d.
S. llLss&Sen, Aues. augl3-ltd
fV ttse, free of charge, in the Intellkikn
m v. he wants something te de.
'ANTED OLD HOUSE SHOES AT THE
Pcnn Helliiig Mill. Lancaster, ter which
the highest piice will be paid. migl3-euwtfd
go out mirsinj
Apply at Ne. 140 North
rVNTED A SITUATION S UOUSE-
Can furnisli best et citv iclurcncc': references
exchanged. Apiily at Ne. 17 Seuth Prince
Street. ' MISS JlltOWX.
1 STATE OF IIENK AUSS1CKEK (Oil
ll OVEltSEEK), late of Fc(,iica tewnsliip.
deceased. The undersigned Auditor, appoint
ed te p.isd upon exception! and distribute the
balance remaining in the hands of Jehn 31.
Auiw eg, Administrator, te and among these
legally entitled te the tame, will sit for that
pui pose en FUIDAY, the'JOth dayef AUGUST,
ls3-e, at 10 o'clock a. m., in the Library ltoem of
the Court Heuse, in the city of Lancaster,
where, all persons interested in said distribu
tion may attend. D. McMULLEX,
jyl l-ltw Auditor.
INSTATE OF ANDREW STEWAItT, LATE
2i of Lancaster City, deceased. Tlie undcr
slgrcd Auditor, appointed te distribute' Un
balance remaining in the hands of Jehn It.
Geed, esq., trustee te sell real estate, te anil
among these legally entitled te the .same, will
sit for that purpose en WEDNESDAY, the
25th dny et AUGUST, li-si), at 10 o'clock a.m.,
in the Library ltoem et the Court Heuse, iu
the city of Lancaster, where all persons Inter
ested in said distiihutien may attend.
W. F. I5EYEI:,
OF HENKV DEUK, LATE OF
levtnsliin. Luneastcr ceuntv. de
ceased. The undersigned Auditor, appointed
te distribute the balance lemaining in the
hands of Christian K. Ebcrselc administrator
il. b. n. c. t. a. of said deceased, te and among
theso legally entitled te the same, will sit for
that pin pose en THUltSDAY, AUGUST 1J,
at '.) o'clock a. m., in the Library Roem of the
Ceuit Heuse, in the city of Lancaster, vvheie
all peiseus interested in -aid distribution may
attend. SAMUEL EIIY,
ESTATE OF DANIEL WIKKIt, LATE Or
Strasburg township, Lancaster county,
deceased. Lcttcis testamentary " saW estate
having been granted te the undersigned, all
persons Indebted te said decedent are request
ed te make immediate settlement, and these
having claims or demands against the estate of
said decedent, te miiKc knew n the same te the
undersigned without delay, lesidingin Stras
burg township. SAMUEL II. WIKElt,
ESTATE OF JOSEl'H AND 9IAKIA
Wenger, late of Upper Leacock township,
deceased. The undersigned Auditor, appoint
ed te pass upon evecptlens Hied te the account
of Jehn Wenger, guardian of Emma Louisa
Wenger, a miner child of said decedents, will
sit ler that 'purpose en WEDNESDAY', AUG.
2", 13S0, at 10 o'clock a. m.. In the Library ltoem
el the Court Heuse, in tlie city of Lancaster,
vv here all persons interested may attend.
S. W. SIIADLE,
ASSIGNED ESTATE OF .SAMUEL KURTZ
and Jacob II. Stricklcr, trading as Kurtz
ti Ce., of Mount Jey borough. The undersign
ed Auditors, appointed te pass upon excep
tions and distribute tin balance remaining in
the hands el Henry Hit-stand and Philip A.
I'yle, Assignees, te and among these legally
entitled te the same, will sit for that purpose
en TUESDAY", the 17tli day of AUGUST, 18M),
at 10 o'clock a. m., in the Library Roem et the
Court Heuse, hi the city of Lancaster, where
all persons iutcrcstcd In said distribution may
attend. ZURIEL SWOPE,
E. D. XORTII,
ENGINES AND MACHINERY
Ot all Kinds, repaired at Short Netice.
IRON AND BRASS
GASH Al PATTERNS
MADE TO ORDER.
Of all Sizes. All Kinds of
BRASS AXD IRON VALVES
AXD BEER SPIGOTS REPAIRED
KS" Foundry and Machine Shep rear of. Vf
D. Bprccher Sen's Seed Stere, Grant and
JOS. H. HTJBBR.
THURSDAY EVENING, AUG. 10,1880.
WIRE AND CABLE.
Itoyten and Fcarn Swimniinc for Glory at
Atlantic City : the American Lead
ingMurder of Traveling
Colerado Democratic Convention.
THE PERILOUS RAILROAD.
Set erat Persons Killed and Wounded en the
lexas l'acltlc A Family Team Scares
at the Can, the Carriage De
molished, two of the Occu
pants Killed and Others
BATTLING WITH THE WAVES.
I!e) ten-Fearn International Swimming
Match at Atlantic City.
Atlantic City, N. J., Aug. 19. Boy Bey Boy
teu and Fcarn started iu the international
swimming match at 10:14 a. m. Fcarn
took the lead and is still holding it. There
is a large crowd along the beach watching
the movements of the swimmers.
Beyten was slightly ahead at the end of
the first mile, but was swimming in the
surf and was cxpcricuccing considerable
iliiiicully. Fearn swims well out from the
surf and is going very easily.
At neon Beyten was still leading.
Beth men wcre .swimming well aud ap
Fearu Taken With Cramps.
Fearn was seized with cramps shortly
after two o'clock and was taken in his
beat ami bi ought ashore. Beyten ou
hearing that his rival bad stepped swim
ming came ashore at the Excursion house.
A Carriage Demolished anil Its Occupants
Killed or Had ly Injured.
Emxuictiipert, N. J., August 10.
A caniagc containing Sirs. Maheney, of
Pine street, and four members of her
family, coming from a funeral, at
tempted te cress the track in front
of a locomotive at half-past ten this niorn niern
ng. The frightened team ran away and
the carriage was demolished. The colored
ceachmau was killed and Mrs. Mahency's
back broken. One daughter is reported
fatally injured and the ethers seriously.
FATAL KA1LROAD ACCIDENT.
The Damage Caused by a Steer en tlie Texas
Dallas', Tex., Aug. 19. A mixed train
en the Texas Pacific railroad ran ever a
steer near Barten creek yesterday and was
thrown from the track. Nine cars wciO
demolished, and two men named Dium
and Turrcll wcre killed and several in
jured. Killed at Klltannlug.
Altoexa, Aug. 19. Yeung Norris, of
Derry, a fireman en a train stepping
at the water station at Kittanning
Point, rau back ever the tank of the for.
waid engine in order te make ready te
take water. As he ncared the rear of the
tank, and as the train was still running, a
jar took place, supposed te be caused by a
movement of the second engine, that
knocked him from his position, and he fell
between the tank and the second engine
Thee wheels passed ever hib legs and the
lower portion of his stomach, crushing
them badly. When relieved fiem his pesi.
tien beneath the wheels he was dead.
MUKDEKED FOK HIS MONEY,
Twe Mexicans Confess the Crime.
Denver, Cel., Aug. 19. The two Mex
icans, Gallcgh and Valdcz, arrested at
Albuqucrqup, New Mexico, charged with
miudering a traveler, have made confes
sions. The victim's name was S. Duprcz ;
he was traveling alene and stepped in a
tent ever night. One of the Mexicans
shot him while asleep. They secured
twelve hundred dollars in money and ether
Tlie Tragic Death of a Traveling Salesman.
Denver, Colerado, Aug. 19. A travel
ing salesman named Narbuycr was mys
teriously shot through the brain and kill
ed in a house of ill-fame last night. Twe
men who had been in his company arc
Their State Convention at Leadvllle.
Levdville, Cel., Aug. 19. The Demo
cratic state convention which met yester
day afternoon received the report of the
committee en resolutions after which the
convention adjourned until ten o'clock this
Washington, D. C, Aug. 19. Fer the
Middle Atlantic states, stationary or fall
ing barometer, slightly warmer southerly
wind-, partly cloudy weather, and local
Late Afternoon Telegrams Condensed
The winners at Saratoga te-day were
Thera, Oriele, Gov. Hampton and Chimney
Sweep. At Monmouth, Compensation wen
the first race.
Among ether appointments Pepe Lee
will at te-morrow's consistory announce
that of Rev. Jehn A. Watterseu, of Em
mittsburgh, Mil., te be bishop of Colum
Themas Dennelly, mate of the schooner
Adam Balby, has been held for mannlaugh
tcr at New Yerk, the alleged effense be
ing his knocking ovorbeard Abram Wilsen,
a seaman, elT the coast of Cuba.
Enn Over by Sixty Freight Cars.
A brakeman named Buckland, employ
ed by the Hudsen River railroad, was
killed early yesterday morning. As the
train was passing Tarrytown the coupling
of two cars gave way and the tram was
divided. Buckland attempted te leap
from the separate cars and step the train,
but fell te the ground and was run ever by
the cars of the last section of the train, and
also by another freight train which was
following at a short distance. Sixty cars,
besides a locomotive and tender pass
ed ever his body.
All Came te the residence of the subscriber,
in Celcrain township, en JUNE 28, 18t, a pale
Red Steer and a Rean Heifer, supposed te be
about 1 years old. The owner Is requested
te come forward, prove property, pay charges
and take them away, otherwise they will b
sold according te law.
SIMEON W. SWISHER.
JutT 9, 1680. Jyl4-4tw
FKt&ABunu, An. 19. Fleur dull and
weak ; superfine t se3; extra J SO
4 00 ; Ohie and Indiana family 2503 75 ;
Penn'atamUydeJt7352i: St. Leuis family at
15 50rS 00 ; Minnesota ftimily 5 25i 00 ; patent
and hifeb grades K 503 CO.
Rye flour at 50t
Wheat qnict and easy : Ne. 2 Western Red
II 0C?i ; I'enn'a Red tl (S; Amber $1 OS.
Cern en local scarcity ; steamer 31 Kc: yellow
53c; mixed 52Xc.
" Oats dull anil weak ; Ne. I. White He ; Ne.
2,de39Wc; Ne. 3, de 3t5c: Ne.2, 'Mixed 35
Rye scarce and wanted ; 73c. bid. .
Previsions tinner; mes beet ilGQW 00;
beer bams 21 5022 se; Indian mess Tieet at
lt00 ; baconsmeked shoulders 6c; .s.Ut de
VeGc; smeketl hams HQ13c; pictied hams
Lard linn; city kettle at 8,4'c; loeso
butchers' sc; prime steam 8c.
Butter quiet but rather steadier: Creamery
extra 233Gc ; Creamery goei te choice Ufa
2tc: Brad font county and New Yerk extra.
22823c : Western reserve extra 10$ 17c ; de geed
te choice lJ15c; Rolls dull; Penn'a extra
Lift US; Western reserve extra 13lc.
Exxa strong en scarcity ; Pennsylvania at 17
17lsc; Western lC17c.
Cheese nrm with light supply : New Yerk
fuU cream 1212Kc; Western mil cream He;
de fair te geed lOQleyic; de hair skims
Petrelenm firm ; rtllned Slc.
Seeds Geed te prime Clever linn at $8 50
S75; Timethy linn at $2CUg2 7.i: Flaxseed
steady at I231 2t.
New Yerk Market.
New Yerk. Aug. 19. Fleur State and West
ern market dull and prices declining ; .su
perfine state at $350400; extra de at H U
0433; choice, de., l 405 00; fancy
.V 10rt CO ; round hoop Ohie ft 2T5 00;
choice de 5 loge 00 ; superfine western XUSQ
4 40; common te geed extra de l 00435;
ckolce dodo $4 0000 (S; choice white wheat de
4 2504 63; Southern quiet and weak;
common te fair extra l tw5 50; geed te
cueice iiem iiiiqbu e.
Wheat a trifle firmer, with moderate tra
Ne. 1 White, September, $t 07' ; de Octo
1 07 ; rXe. 2 Red August, $1 07i ;
Sept.. i 07J-42I tW : de Oct. il 0SUl u-Xe.
Cern prices (.Hz low er aud market active ;
Mixed western spot, 'iQ:i,a ; de tut are, 50.,
Oats dull and weak : Sate, SSQITc; Western,
Pbtladklviii . Aug. I'J.
12J0 r. m. 3 W I. M.
Penna fi's (thin! Issue) 107
Philadelphia Erie 13
Pennsylvania M ....
Lehigh Valley. O.'f'i
United Ces. et N.J 117
Northern Pacific 31
" Prelerred Ke.
Lehigh Navigation 31
Central Transortatien Ce. 4!
Pitts., Tltusville &. Uuliale. l-iy.
Little Schuylkill 4t;
Nkw Yerk, Aug. It".
N. Y. Central....... ...... ...1331 1
Kikie. ......................... -.1
Adams Express lit
Michigan Central UO;
Michigan Southern IiiS-Jh
Illinois Central 110'j
Cleveland A Pittsburgh. .. .123; C
Chicago Reck Island 113
Pittsburgh A Fert Wayne.. lay.
Western Union Tel. Ce I
Teledo & Wabash 10
New Jersey Central 'I'-'A
Ontario Western 2it
United States Bend and Sterling Kxrliuiige
(Quotations by it. K. Jamisen & Ce., S. W.
Cor. 3d and Chestnut Streets).
PniLADKLCTIIA, Aug. 10.
United States Cg, 1831, (rt'gIstercil)..lOI01O4Ji
United States .vs, isai, iregisiereii)..iw:;iu-j?4
United suites i
United States -
United States 4
ITi.ltn.l mnti-i l!nrmnpvli.1'2.li;V1127V;.ISll
Sterling Exchamce .. 482tillHi;
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A NEW DISCOVERY,
That acts directly ou the Kidneys, liladdcr and
Urinary Organs, by absorbing all huinetv,
every trace of iliscase.'nnd forcing in te the sys
tem pevverlul and healthful vegetable Tonics,
glv ing it wonderful power te cure PAIN IN
THE RACK, Side and Lelas, Inflammation
and llright's Disease ei the Kidneys, (iravel (iravel
Drepsy, Diabetes, Stene iu the Rladiler, In
ability te Retain or Expel tliu Urine, High Cel,
ercd, Scanty or Painful Urinating, Icpe-.lts,
Shreads or Casts in the Urine, Nervous and
Physical Debility, and In iact any disease et
these great organs.
It avoids entirely the troubles and dangers
of taking nauseous and poisonous medicines.
It is comfortable, safe, pleasant and reliable in
Its "effects, yet powerful in its action. It can
be worn at all seasons, in any climate, and is
equally geed for MAN, WOMAN MR CHILD.
Ask your druggist for it and accept no imi
tation or substitute, or send te iu ami ri ceive
It by return mail.
Regular Pad, $2; Special Pail, for Chronic,
deep-scntcd, or cases of long standing, $.!;
Children's Pad, prevention and cureKef sum
mer complaint, weak kidneys and bed wet
Day Kidney Pad Company,
ang l-lydcedM W& F&w
OVER A MILLION OP
French Kifluey Pais
Have already been sold in this country and in
France : every one of which has given perfect
satisfaction, and has performed cures every
time when used according te directions. We
new say te the afflicted and doubting ones
that we vv il pay the above reward ler a single,
that the Pad fails te cure. This (.rent Rcmfdy
will Positively aud Pcnnancntly euro Lum
bago, Lame Rack, Sciatica, (a ravel, Diabetes,
Dropsy, llright's Disease or the Kidneys, In
continence and Retention of the Urine, In
llammatien of the Kidneys, Catarrh of the
Rladdcr. High Colored Urine, Pain in tin
Rack, Side or Leins, Nervous Weakness, aud
in fact all disorders of theUlailderand Urinary
Organs whether contracted by private disease
LADIES, IT you are suffering from Female
Weakness. Leucerrhcea, or any disease et the
Kidneys, Madder, or Urinary Organs,
YOU CAN BE CUBED !
Without swallowing nauseous medicines,
FRENCH KIDNEY PAD,
WHICH CURES BY AIJSORPTION.
FRENCH KIDNEY PAD, and take no ether.
If he has net get It, send 2 and von will re
ceive the Pad by return mall. Fer sale by
JAMES A. MEYER-i,
Oild Fellows Hall, Columbia, Pa.
Sold enlv bv GEO. W. HULL.
Druggist, IS W. King St, Lancaster, Pa.
Prof. Guilmette's French Liver Fad.
Will positively euro Fever and Ague, Dumb
Ague, Ague Cake, Bulleus Fever, Juundice,
Dyspepsia and all diseases of the Liver,
Stomach and Bleed. Price $1.50 by mail. Send
for Prof. Guilmette's Treaties en the Kidneys
and Liver, free by mail. Address
FRENCH PAD COMPANY,
-jTTSlBKn AND COAL Br TELETHON:
The undersigned arc new prepared te re
ceive orders for
Geal, Lumber, Sash, Deers,
by Telephone. Step in at the Exchange anil
de yenr own ordering free or charge.
,a",E' Cor' P-"'"0 anti Walnut Street,,