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LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER FRIDAY AUGUST 20, 1880.
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UCR REGULAR CORRESPONDENCE.
Mr. Ethclbcrt Watts was in town te-day.
About a dozen members of' the Garfield
and Arthur glee club met last evening in
A. J. Kaufftnan's law office and sang them
selves hearse with campaign songs.
On Wednesday evening a surprise party
of about twenty five couples was taken te
the residence of Clem. Swartz, at T;hird
and Perry streets, the occasion being .Mrs.
Swartz's birthday anniversary. The party
took with them an orchestra of music and
te its discourse kept time with the feet in
the waltzes, quadrilles, etc., which en
livened the spirits until supper was an
nounced, when, doing justice te the spread,
the dance was resumed. The evening was
spent very pleasantly.
Mrs. Mary Zellers died at her residence
en JSertn front street yesterday, aged
ninety years. The cause of her death, as
given, was old age.
Cel. Rupert has just written te Captain.
Case asking his report for Thursday, Aug.
12th, company II of this place being the
only company of the 11th regiment in camp
tin that date. The balance of the regiment
broke camp en the evening previous, but
the Columbia company, being en guard at
division headquarters, was unable te get
A Pciuvian corn stalk 18 feet high is
new growing in the yard of Mrs. Knipe,
at the corner of Third and Union streets.
Except in height the stalk is net unlike the
com iiien corn growing hereabout.
Mr. Jeseph F. McMakiu returned last
evening from a visit of a couple of weeks
Seme of the mere romantic of the young
ladies and geutlemen of Columbia wiil leek
for the moon this evening while skimming
the surface of the Susquehanna's waters in
a beat propelled by tlie strong arms of the
latter. The sky will have te be clearer
tb an it new is or the search will be an un
The articles te be voted for at the coin
ing lair et tne citizens' uantl are new en-
exhibition in the show window of I).
Kramer's jewelry store en Locust street.
Among the let is a handsome breach load lead
ing double barrel shot gun which will be
a prize te the fortunate contestant.
The second series of the St. Jeseph's
building association has just been started.
One thousand shares have already been
taken. The following officers have been
elected en last Wednesday evening at a
meeting of the stockholders :
President llcv. William Peiper.
Vice Vresident Peter Bittner.
Secretary Jeseph Jansen.
Treasurer Sylvester Vogel.
Solicitor William B. Given, esq.
Directors Dr. J. Iv. Lincawcavcr, Peter
Mclbcrt. Theodere llelaud, Geerge Ziegler
and A. Habcrsti-eh.
UOCKLAM) KTUEET SCHOOL.
Tbe Late Picnic Condition of the Treasury.
A meeting of the officers, teachers and
fiiendsjef the Rockland Undenominational
Sunday school, was held last eveniug at 125
East Vine street, for the purpose of hear
ing the report of the management of the
late free picnic. The report is as fellows :
Cash contributions received by A. C.
Leenard, stiHrintendcut, $102.50. Cash
expenditures for picnie purposes, $8'J.GU.
Cash received from sale of cooking uten
sils, previsions, &e. left ever from picnic,
$1!).51, making a cash balance of $32.38,
out of which sum outstanding bills against
the school te the amount of 10, for school
furniture, &c, have been paid, leaving a
cash balance in the hands of the manage
ment of 10.38, which will be used during
the coming winter for charitable purposes
connected with the work. The total
amount of cash contributions received and
expended for charitable purposes, by the
management of this school, from its organ-,
izatien, September 23, 1877, te the present
date is $550.47.
from tbe Register'! Decision.
Twe caveats having
been tiled agaiust
the granting of letters testirauntary te
Leuis B. Harberger, one of the executers
in the will of . B. Stuwers Harberger, the
register heard argument some weeks age
and en Thursday decided te grant letters
te the executer named in the will. This
morning J. L. Steiumetz, esq., attorney for
the heirs residing in this city, appealed
from the decision of the register and the
court granted a rule, returnable en Sep
tember G, te show cause why letters
granted te Leuis B. Harberger should net
be revoked. An interlocutory order en the
register was granted te withheld issuing
letters testamentary te Leuis B. Harberger
until the appeal be, determined, unless
otherwise ordered by the court. Mean
time it will be seen that Alexander J. Har
berger gives notice that letters testamen
tary have been issued te himself.
Down en the Colored Camp.
Uev. Ge3. H. Trabert, of the Salem
Evangelical p:isteratc in Lebanon, printe I
a vigorous pretest against a colored camp
nieeiini: opened near that town lately. He
denounced it as "a thing as unucccssary
as it is unholy and demoralizing, giving
occasion for the most open and flagrant
violation of the holiest institutions of
Christianity, net only in the public dese
cration of the Lord's day, hut in prosti
tuting the Christian religion, te which
such violations lead." Te prevent the
degradation of religion and the corruption
of popular morals, he indignantly begged
every member of the Lutheran church and
geed citizen net te touch " the accursed
tiling," by going there either en Sunday
or during the week. And yet sonic people
will be curious enough te go and hear
what the " imported preachers"' have te
say about Brether Trabert.
Fell through a Trap Doer.
Ycstciday about neon Ames Duverter,
proprietor of the saloon, Xe. lG-l North
Queen street, fell through an open tiap
deer behind tlie bar, and landed in the cel
lar below, injuring his hand and one of
his knees, and otherwise hutting himself
se severely that he is for the present laid
up. The trap had been opened for the
purpose of bringing beer from the cellar,
and .Mr. Devertcr had net noticed it.
Rev. V. .1. Seurbeer, formerly of Colum
bia, new pastor of the Lutheran church at
Yerk, has again had the professorship of
English literature tendered him by tele
gram by the trustees of the Elmhurst col
lege, Chicago. This was the position held
by his late brother, and this is the second
time he refused the position. Although
the offer had pecuniary advantages, he re
fused without even consulting his congre
gation. naiiceck Tobacco.
Steve Jehnsen of Quarryville is one of
the best Democrats and has one of the
best acres of tobacco in his section of the
county. There is a sample stalk which
had twenty leaves and the shortest en it
was ever 40 inches long, and its weight
when cut was 19 pounds. Steve calls it
" Hancock tobacco" and it " superb."
Peaches Frem the Gardens of den.
'Squire Tilghman Thompson, when he
came te court te-day, brought with him for
the Intelligences some specimen peaches
from his place in Eden township, which
bespeak careful culture and a geed atmos
phere. The most curious of them is a pair'
joined together like the Siamese twins,
both perfectly developed, though one is
considerably larger than the ether.
Bitten by a Deg.
A little girl, daughter of- James McElli McElli
gett, was bitten by a deg belonging te
Charles Loag, Prince street, te-day.
-. . - BBtcberJasJPess. . . ,
This afternoon there was a disgusting
butchering of the unclaimed dogs in the
deg pound en Christian street.. The law
requires that unmuzzled deirs when cap
tured en the streets shall be penri&l iip feri
iuny-eigui neurs, anu ii at me euu ei Miai
time they arc net claimed they shall be
killed. This afternoon the catchers
murdered live of them brkueclrtrirr
them en the head with clubs.' There)
was a terrible howling among the
dogs and net a little indignation en the
part of persons living in the vicinity of the
pound, some or whom declare the manner
of killing the peer creatures te be revolting
in the extreme, and further, that some of
the dogs were carted off for burial before
they were dead. They insist that some
mere humane method of disposing'ef the
dogs should lie adopted. " v
Telegraphic Frem Teledo, O.
11k. Kpitec: t Say te.ypur readers tliat Day ,
Kidnev PadIs extensively used here hy our
best citizens, nnil it" effecting most wonderful
cures. 'Itimie"lest"KMriey"fulii(.ily evcrbOld
in tills locality. V. K. West, Druggist.
The managers of the home gratctully ac
knowledge the following ilonatieus: C. V,
Bcngicr1 and cliildrcu, fireworks for the 4th
of July; a friend, fireworks; nartman &
Miller, 5 dozen lciueiis. Fer the picnic: Mr. G..
I., Beyle, peanuts; a friend, pcniiuls an'd
pretzel; Mr. Gceble, let of ginger bread ; J.
It. Martin, large cake and crackers ; Master
Kddiu Goedcll, basket of peaches; a friend,
cake ami jelly. Thanks are also due te Mr.
Otte Knapp ter allowing the ii.se of "Tell's
Hain" en that occasion, ana te Messrs. Powell,
Biiinnicr ami Ecoe & Bres., ler taking and
bringing the children home from the xiicnic.
DNea-es pievcnlcdaml medical bill lesaeucd
by ;i timely use et Malt Hitters.
Aud clean your mouth nftcruards with SO
ZOIONT,und your teeth will be in condition
te le tlieir.werle fQr.ycars. Thousands of dys
peptic belted their feed because they had no
geed teeth te masticate prepcrlyr -Chew line,
cat slew, and use hOZODONT.
Xething is l geed
even Cuticura aeap.
ler our liuby ue. net
C'emuiniiwenlUi Dislrloiirlen Company
,.- 'JrattiH IVerltt lteitdiug.
The manuscript iccclpt for the following
amounts drawn in the late drawing et the
COMMONWEALTH DISTIUISUTIOX CO. arc
en tile at the ellice in Louisville. They arc
bona llde, ami buyers arc at liberty te address
the parties and ascertain their genuineness:
A. ll. Morgan, .St. James hotel, l'lilla., l'a.,
$15,iKK; O. 1. Andwrsen, Trey, Ind., 5,KTp:.l.
I). Stercna, Law;reiiceburg, lnd., $Styj(W;.V.tK.
Mercra, Louisville, Ky., $",0lM; Aleene Van
derespt, Louisville, Ky., j,Oji; it. 1. Tildi-n,
Itauk of Louisville, Louisville, Ky $.VXJ; Vol Vel
ney Garrison, JScdferd, Inil., $l,iiue: Edwaid
Ilaldnin, rickwiek, l'a., $l,0UO; Hank et Ken
tucky, LouiMrille (ler collection.), $'00;(j'cr::ian
liank, Leniaville (for collection), i"00 ;..!. 11.
Xiehelx, letter carrier, hi. Leui, ile., $l.u;i0;
(jcriuuu Ins. Ce., Louisville, Kt. (toreoliec (tereoliec (toreeliec
tion), ij-l,.")0 1 ; Uerman National J'.ank, l.eui.-.-vllle,
Ky., (for collection), $l.t!(; Cliarles K.
Lee, 5T Weht Chestnut htl'ect, Louisville, Ky.,
Jl.OtX): Ci verge Uelliu, grocer, Louisville, Ky.,
$I,iflU; O. C. Terry, GreenTille, O., $1,MI0: A.ll.
ISrachy, money delivery and collection clerk
Attains Express Ceuiimny, J.euisville. Ky.,
(for collection), $1.0eO. K. Weed, collector
Americiu Express Cemiany, Louisville, i'Mt;
Cel. T. T. Tayler. li"l Wabi-.h Avenue, Chi
cago, $'i,O0(l. Many of the above pi tecs were
sold in Xew Yerk and collected asabeve. The
Commonwealth Distribution Ce. is author
ized by charter from the Legfc-lat nre el Ken
tucky for educational purpose-, 'and i- the
only Lettery Company ever declared legal by
tlie United States Court. The United fctales
Circuit court en March SI lvniieied the fol
lowing decisions :
First That the Commonwealth Distribu
tion Company ir. legal. 'Jnd It-, drawing are
The 1. M. Uenersil at Washington, alter care
ful investigation, has also declared the Com
pany te be legal and its drawings lair, and en
titled te the free ue of the mail-..
Twenty-third Popular Drawing Common
wealth Distribution Company v. Ill be drawn
in public at Macaulcy's Theatre, I.euisvilie,
Ky., en Tnescay, Aug. 31. Authorized by tins
Legislature and sustained by the court.. :f
K. M. UOAUDMAX, Courier-Jeirin:iilId-
ing, Louisville. Ky., or name at :;i7 am! :;.;'.)
Broadway, New Yerk. ltd
It is impossible for a woman after a faithful
course of treatment with Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound te continue te Miller
with a weakness et the uterus. Enclose a
stamp te Mrs. Lydia E. Piukliam, 23.S Western
avenue, Lynn, Mass., for pamphlets.
" Infallible" isthe verdict of the afflicted
when reterrlng te the merits of" Sellers' Liver
Try Lecher's Kenewned Cough Syrup
The Pleasures et Hepe.
When the body is bowed withpainan intense
longing for relief brings hope. This may
brighten the suffering but It does net cure. At
a time like this liew welcome is such a irieml
as Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure,
bringing hope, health anil happiness and the
joys of a renewed lile.
.Mothers! Alethcrsi! Mothers:!!
Are yen disturbed at night ami broken of
your rest by a sick child suffering and crying
with the excruciating pain et cutting teeth?
1 1 se. go at en ee mid get a het 1 1 e e f M I J . v' I X s
LOW'S SOOnilXCTSYUUP. Itw ill relieve the
peer little sullerer Immediately depend upon
it; there is no mistake about it. There is net a
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 relict
end. health, te the child, operating like magic.
It IsTcrfectly safe te nscin all cases, ami pleas
ant te the taste, and is the prescription t eiic
et tlie eldest anil best female physicians and
nurses in the United States. Sold every w here
i". cents a bottle. i iI7-lydt wM, WAS
Try Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup.
tie te II. B. Cochran, druggist, 137 and 139
Xerth ljuecn street, Lancaster, for Mm. Free
mii'i Xeie Rational Dyes. Fer brightness and
durability of colerare tinequalcd. Celer treiu
2 t.r pounds. Price, 15 cunts. i
Warm Weather mill its Llleets.
Many people, especially ladies, complain at
thlsseiLsen of the year of a general weakness
or I'ebility. The use of Speer's Pert Grape
Win.j 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
nursti infants. This wine is neta manufactured
article no liquor is added te it. It is no patent
medicine or cordial humbug, but is a supelier
wlneef the Oporto grape. If is pure, old, un-adultiji-itcd
wine, nothing mere or less. Mr.
Specr has been supplying hospitals with his
wine ler many years past. It is said te be un
surpassed for summer complaints, and for
weakly persons. Tlie price is low ter se excel
lent a vine, and no family need be without it.
This wine is endorsed by Iirs. Atlee and
Davis, and sold by 1L E. Slayniakcr.
" Urewn't Bronchial Trechex"iu-e used with
advantage te alleviate' Coughs,- Sere Threat,
Hoarseness and Bronchial Affections. Fer
tin rty years these Tieciies have been in use,
with itiinually increasing favor. They arc net
new and untried, but, having been tested by
wide and constant use for nearly an entire
generation, they have attained well-merited
rank among the few staple remedies of the age.
'J?reie' Bronchial Xrec1iet'fnc directly
en the organs efthc voice. They have an ex ex
traeidinary effect inall disorders et the Threat
and Laryn-v, restoring a healthy tone when re
laxed, either from cold or ever-exertion of tlie
velet, and produce a clear and distinct enunci
ation. Sjwakcrsend Singers iml the Troches
useful. , f j T , f f
A Cough, .Old, (Catarrh 01 Sere jThreat rc
autattiintncdlate attention, tiS'Pglect eituii-,
times results In some incurable Lung Dlsca'sy.'
Brown's Bronchial Trecltts? .will utmost "in- i
vari inly give relief. Imitations are offered for
sale, many et which are injurious. The genu
ine '-.Brown's. MrenclUal JVoce"are sold
only in boxes. . ianlMyd&wTu.Th&S
Try Lecher'a BcnowncuXeagh Syrup.
If yen have pimples, boils, salt rheum, rough
skin, &c, try "LindseyV Bleed Searcher."
Sold by all druggists.
"f . f - - rrr , i
Oke of iae greatest charms of ,Dr Brown
ing's Tonic anil Alterative is tlie small sizu of
the dose. Thevarieuj delicate combinations
of drug axe.cencentratcilin.the most careful
manner and linally brought together by a
series of original' processes : consequently the
'flfWe te only one-teRspeonloI for-.au uUult
and smaller in piopertion for children. It is
taken eucc before each meal. Last but net
least, a 50 cent bottle lasts ten day?, -while a $1
bottle lasts twenty-four days. Fer sale by the
Proprietor, XV. Champien Browning, 1117 Arch
street, Philadelphia; and all Druggists.
Try Lecher's Benewned Cough Syrup.
The 2d of SEPTEMBEB is the last, day for
registration and assessment.
The assessor of each district is required te
lMlHlifl" election llQue en WEDN ESDAY and
"nrCBSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1st !l!,(l -' from
10 a. ni. te 3 p. m and from lip. m. te J p. in.,
te perfect the list of voter.
"" AJI persons entitled te votu,s!ieuld personal
ly see that they are assessed as v. ell as regis
tered. l'eraeiu intending te be naturalized beleie
the 2d of OCTOIIEi: should al-e be u eased
nml regitcrctby tin? 2d of SEPTEMliEU.
Committee en naturalization : J. 1.. Steiu
metz., D. McMullen, JJ. F. Davis, Jehn A.
Ceyle, 1J. F. Montgomery. Persons rteslrlng
te be naturalized can upjilv te any of these, or
te V. U.IIcnsel, at the IxnaxinKKcnr. eflicc.
County committee meeting at City Central
fUuiulqiiarters j'enday, August ', lit 19 a. ni.
Haneeclc Vcteiiin Association meet i at Cen
tral Headquarter every Tuesday evening.
Conference committee meets en Wednesday
evening, August 25. Thereaiter en e.ery
second and fourth Weilne-ilay of the month.
Campaign committee meets regularly every
Hancock Legien meets every Hr-t an. I thitd
Monday of the. month.
'ftUxth wjird club meets regalaily m Kiiilay
evening; Americiisclub en Tlmr-day evening.
On Friday evening, August 2, -there will boa
public mceeting el the Demecr.u-y fit the SKt'.i
want in Schiller hall, under the joint auspices
et the Aiuericus association uud Sinth ward
el lib. Speakers will address tlie.meuting.
The Third vapl Hancock and English club
will meet at tlie Central Headquarters, Centre
Siuari', Jffhlay evening, at- 8 o'clock. A full
uttPinlaiice is desired, as important business
will be transacted and the work el canvas-dug
Hancock pole raising at Utzingei's saloon,
Middle street, Saturday evening, August -21.
WINFIELD S. 1IA?'.KJK,
FOB VICE PRESIDENT :
WKt'm 1 ''?!
TIbj great iiriucijiles or American Hl.
rly siiv still the ktviiil iiilieritaiii'K of
this pt'ople, ami ever shettitl !;t. The
right ertrialhyjnry, the Jiahi'as corpus,
'lie HbiTtjr of the press, the Freedom of
s;ht'Ii. the natural rights of persons mid
the rights of properly must he prescrvetl.
WKFIELD S. IIAXCiK'K,
jaj. e. Cemtl'g Dept. La. s:uA Te.a-;.
State Electoral Ticket.
U. E. MOXAlillAX.
W. 11. PLAY FORI).
.IOHX X. MOFI'KT.
JAMES . McSPAIiiSAX.
DU. ALFltED .1. MAIITI.N.
p. j. b1hmixggiiam.
ii. e. davis,
ueeugk a. pest.
A. M. BEXTOX.J
.1. P. LINTON.
COL. JOHN S. millei:.
.i. e. sa:;tex.
c. a:, beweu.
J. A. J. I1UCIIAXAX.
CHUISTOPHEi: MAG EE.
ItOllEUT M. GIBSON.
HARRY W. WILSON
SAM U EL GRIFFITH.
.1. BOSS THOMPSON.
DE31O0KATIC STATU TICKET.
FOU SCrREMK .1UIH1E.
GEORGE A.J EXKS.
Feit auditeii ci:m:::al.
rebert p. decukrt.
;;;.v.eckatic county tickicc
J. L. STEIXMETZ.
FOR DISTRICT ATTORXEV.
FOR 8ESATOU (l.1tll WsTUICT.)
FOR ASSESIIILY (ft I I)ISTl!ICr.)
' s. u. STEVENSON,
S. P. SHIRK.
FOR ASSEMBLY (3d IHSTIHIT."
it. DAVIS YUXDT,
JACOB M. HAKNLEX.
FOR TRISOX IKSl'EtrrOILS.
I5ARTOX X. W1XTERS
FOR l'OOR DIRECTORS.
XEK' Alt VEHT1SEMEXTS.
PROPOSALS FO It KUBXISUIXG l.'OTO J.S
el" furnace and M tens of range coal of
geed quality for use of Lancaster county
prison will "be received at W. F. lieyers'.s
eliice. Ne. 17 Xerth Duke street, en or before
September !, 1SS0, at !) o'clock a. m. Bv elder
of the beard. AMOS BUTTER,
- r -v til
1UU T011S 01 Lite
Fer which the highest price will be paid.
I'i CENTS PER POUND FOR GOOD
The highest price paid ler Woolens, iiht
Paper, Heeks, Ve. Ten Rag A-sorters uanleM1
te whom Hie highest price will be paid.
JOHN A. SHOBEB,
Cor. North Queen and Orange Streets,
y.Mldit r.:mcister. Pa
1 ) K X X S L VA X I A KA1 L K.'
I SCHEDULE On and alter
JUNE 20th. 1880, tniins en the Pennlvii'i :
Railroad will arrive and leave the Luiuisle
ami I'hilauelphia depots as follews:
eastwakd. ,jty.r l:1,yr;i
Philadelphia Express 2:10 a.m. 4:1.1 ..!
F.it Line .-':'-' " 7:li '
VorkAcceii'. Arrives; SO.) "
Harrisburg Kxpress w ' 10:!n '
DilIervilleAcceui. Arrives, 8:!5 "
Columbia Accommodation, ':i0 " 12.U1 :
Fivderlek Acrein. Arrive-. li.VS " ?J ....
Pacific Express, I:tit iji. :' !. "
Sunday Mail, 1:-V ' 3:tn
.lohnstewn Express, J.laiS " .": '
Day Exprws, i:l " !." "
Harrisburg Accommeilat'n, (i:25 " 'J.W "
2: 'i r.M
Mail Train Ne. l,via MLJey,
Mail Train Xe.2,via Cel'bia.
Nia-rara& Chicago Express
Sum lay Mail,
Fust Li ue......
Dillerville Lecal. via Mt.Je
Pacific Express, east, en Sundav, wh-n li.i.:
I.will step ar Middlelewn, Eliyahethtewn
Jey. Landisville. Biiii-in-Haiid. Li-ii-:ii
Place, Gnp, Christiana, Parkesbui-g, Ce.ite.
ville, Oakland and Glen Lech.
Fast Line, west, en Sunday, when I'agged.
will step at Downingtew n, Ce.itc.s i!l;, 1 u kiw.
burg, Mt. JoyElizaietlitewn and Middh-tewn.
,Matl Ne. -2 west connecting at Lancaster with
mall Ne,lat"10:.T5a.-'m' and with Niagara and
Chicago Express at 11:05 and will run threngh
te Hanover and will connect at Columbia with
train through te llarrisbnrg via Marietta,
Frederick Accommodation, west, connects at
Lancaster, 'with Fast Line, west, at 2:10 i v.,
and wlU ran through te Frederick.
12: w A.M
Among the many advantages sained by pur ehansre of businees
location, an important one is the enlarged reams and improved ta
' ciiities'ef 'etrr BEPAIR 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 tO U3.
MONOGRAM INSCRIPTION AND
ORNAMENTAL ENGRAVING. &e.
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 fc BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 West King Street.
ayif Ait rj:urjsji3iESTs.
Ifl.ST OR MOLES LAST NIGHT A
j- Pocket Boek containing about $110. Lib
eral reward if returned and no ' question
asked. Dl. L. A. WAlHtKX.
1 The iiudcrsimied respecftully informs
his friends and the public in general that la:
ha" rented the well known ' Wacker Saleen "
corner of Walnut and Watcrstreets.and takcen
possesien of the same where he will be pleased
te meet all old customers,
ltd UEOUGE UKKEXK.
!5. STOWKKS UAKIIEK
Lancaster citv. leceased.
liCtters testamentary en said estate having
b.jen granted te the undersigned, all persons
indebted thereto are requested te make imme
diate settlement, and these having claims or
demands against the .same will present them
without delay for settlement te the under
signed, ii'-Idingiu Lancaster, l'a.
ALK-Y.AXHEU J. HAltllEIUJEU.
J.i..SiasakTz, Atty. augiu Utileaw
I'ndcrthe ielntanpIees or the Anicrlcus and
the Sixth Ward Club.
ADDRESSES "WILL BE MADR BY
i). jicSULLEX, Esq.,
. S1L1DLE, Esii..
C iCBLIO SALE OF VALUAII1.K KI2AL
lTATE. On .SATURDAY EVEXIXG,
at 7 e. lock, SEPTEMBER 18, 18&), at the Kcy-st'-ne
Hetel, Xerlh Queen street, in the city of
Lancaster, will be sold in pursuance of the di
rections of tile will et Jeseph Peel, deceased,
tile following real estate, viz :
Xe. t. All thai certain halt-let or piece of
gieund situate en Ihowestsideef Xerth Queen
.street, in said city, containing in fieut32 tcct
'l;i inches, and ev-depth 215 feet te a 11 feet
wide alley; bounded en the north by ground
of Jehn Rese and en the south by ground of
Richaid McGiaiin, en which a One-Story
f'laine Dwelling Heuse is erected en Xerih
Queen Stiect, and another One-Story Frame
Dwelling situate en the taiU leurtcen feet
Xe. 2. All th.it certain One-Story Brick
Dwelling Heuse and half-let; or piece of
ground, situate en the south side et East
Chestnut htreet, in said city, containing in
trout 32 leet -JM inches, and in depth 215 leet te
a 14 leet wide alley, bounded en the east by
ground el D. I!. ilet-tter and en the west by
William II en, el. Possession uud title en
April 2, ISsL DAVID HABTMAX.
II. s-iirisEcr. Aue. aug iJ-T&F-tsd
TBITIT JAi:s ! I-KUiT J1 KS :
MASON FRUIT JARS,
D. B. BURSE?S,
17 East King Street, Lancaster.
It POTS, AT
Daily receiving suitable for canning :
"lTfAATEO. KVKKYIM1DV TO ADVEK-
t Use, tree et charge, in the Intklligen
ckh, who wants something te de.
"Cf 7"AXTEt OLD HOUSE SHOES AT THE
y Pen n Rolling Mill, Lancaster, terwhicli
the highest price will be paid. augl:l-euwtfd
ir..NTKU-THE UNDEKSIONI'.D WILL
y go out nursing. Applv at Ne. HO North
Water st reet.
FANN V ELLIOTT.
irAXTEH A SITUATION S HOUSE-
keeper by a thorough competent person.
best et city reference; references
Apply nt Ne. 17 Seuth Prince
tJii-'T ItBA IVlXUiS.
UTMOIEIKKI) BY THK COM3IOX-
J wealth of By., and the fairest In the world
23d Popular Monthly Drawing
COMMONWEALTH DISTRIBUTION CO.
At M-ieaub-yN Theatre, in the City of l.eui--villc,
TUESDAY, AUGUST 31st, 1380.
THESE DRAWINGS, AUTHORIZED P.V
THK LKGIsLATUBE AND SUSTAINED BY
ALL THE COURTS OF KENTUCKY, accord
ing te u contract made with the owners of the
Frankfurt gnml. will occur regularly en the
LAM' DAY OF EVERY MONTH. Sundays and
Fii.lavs excepted, for the period of FIVE
Y E Alts, terminating en J UN E :VK 1SS.
The United States Circuit Court en March 31,
rendered the following decisiens:
lt.t That the Commonwealth Distribution
Company Is gal.
2i Its drawings are fair..
The management call attention te the liberal
scheme wjiich has met with such popular favor
heretofore, and which will again be presented
l prtxe....................... ...... .....$ uii,uuu
l prize. .. . ............................... . iu,iiwj
1 prize r,000
10 prizes $l.ft0cach 10,000
20 pri.es.",tHieach 10,000
lei) prizes. $ltlJ.'aeli 10,000
r prize- 20 each 12.000
liKK) prizes lecach 10.000
it prizes :;:kj each, approximation prizes 2,700
0 prizes 200 each. " " 1,800
9 prizes loe each, " " !0
1,'.".0 prizes $112,100
Whole tickets. 2; half tickets, 1; 27 tickets
fiO; ,Vi tickets fUM.
Remit by Postetlice Meney Order, Registered
Letter, Rank Draft or Express.
Te insure against mistakes and delays, cor
respondents will please write I'm r names and
places of residence plainly, giving number of
Postetlice box or Street, and Town, County and
All communications connected with the Dis
tributien and Orders for Tickets should be ad
dressed te It. 31. KOAKD3I AN, Courier-Journal
lluilding, Louisville, Ky., or 307 and 3C9
I'.readwav. New Yerk. iu31TuTh&S&w
COPFEU PATCH PtATK.
Fer mending Tin, Brass, Copper, Lead or
Iren, without acid .or soldering iron. Any
lad v or child can mend with it. Will send one
sample plate bv mall (with directions) that
will cut 102 one-ieuith inch patches., en receipt
of 25c ; S Ter $1 ; 100 for $10. Postage stamps re
ceived as cash. Agents wanted. Can carry
one day's stock in your peckeL Sales yield S3
te $15 per (My. Our 61-paae "Illustrated Cata
legue et Chremes, Jewelry, Novelties, Station
ery, &c., free. Address
dTV NOVELTY CO.,
108 S. Sth Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Mention this paper. je23s3mw
Democratic Meeting !
EOJtSALE OR SENT,
I PUBLIC SALE OF STOCKS.
. On MOXDAY, AUGUST 23, 1SS0, will le
sold at public sale, for the undersigner execu execu
eor, at the Cooper Heuse, Ijincastcr City, Pa.,
the following stocks, te wit:
20 Shares Farmers National Bank Stock.
1 Sluircs Lancaster County .National Bank
5 Sliares Lancaster and Fruitville Turnpike
2s Shares Manlielmand Lancaster Turnpike
13 Shares Lancaster and Susquehanna Turn
pike Stock, known as the Columbia pike. "
2 Shares Lancaster and Ephrata Pike Com
" e"iin: j.uuvaicr uuu mew aircci. rote
10 Shares Hollewwarc and Enameling Com
219 Shares Lancaster Gas Company Stock.
3 Shares Lancaster and MUlersvillc Street
Car K. B. Stock.
Sale te commence at 2 o'clock p. m. et said
day, when attendance will be given and con
ditions of sale will be made known by
Executer of the last will of Gen. J. L. Bcy-
S. Hess & Sen, Aucs.
BLOOD A3STD SKIN
Cuticura liKSOLVisxr purifies the bleed
through the bowels, liver, kidneys and skin
CCTiccuA, a Medicinal Jelly, removes dead
flesh and skin, renders healthy ulcers and old
sores, allays inllanimatien, itching and irrita
tion of tlie skin and scalp. Cuticura Medici
nal Toilet Seaf restores whiteness and beau-
tines the skin. Cuticura Shavise Seap is the
only medicinal soap expressly prepared for
SILT KHEMI FOR A LIFETIME.
I have had a most wonderful cure of Salt
ltheum. Fer seventeen years I suffered with
Salt Rheum ; 1 had it en my head, face, neck,
urms and legs. I was net able te walk, only en
my hands ami knees, ter one year. I have net
been able te help myself for eight years. I
tried hundreds of remedies; net one had the
least effect. The doctors said my case was in
curable. Se my parents tried evervlliincr that
came along. I saw the advertisement and conj
eluded te try Cuticura Bkxkdies. The first
box et CUTiurnA brought the Humer te the
surface of my skin. It wenld drop off as it
came out,-until new I am entirely well. AU I
can say is, 1 thank you most heartily for my
cure. WILL MCDONALD.
1315 BUTTERFIKLD ST..
Chicago, III., March 4, 1879.
I have been afllicted for nineteen years with
Psoriasis, and have spent hundreds et dollars
ler doctors anil stuff they call bleed purifiers.
Doctors did net knew what te call my disease.
I would scratch nights nntil I scratched my
self raw: then it would dry and form into
scales, which would all be scratched off next
night and se en. I have been completely cured
by the Cutiicra Bemedies.
Concord St.. Bustex Mill,
Memphis, Tksn., June 10, 1879.
Cuticur Remedies are prepared by WEEKS
a ruiTKii, (juenusts anu uruggisi8,3GU wash
Bosten, and are for sale by all
MALT AND HOPS!
DYSPEPSIA. Dyspepsia is the prevallng
malady of civilized lite. It lies at the boteiu
of one-half our misery. .It Is the rock upon
which many of our business ventures have
split. It clouds the mind, weakens the body,
and preys upon the vitality. Where shall wefiinl
relief from this morbid, melancholy misery T
MALT BITTERS! At once a medicine and a
feed, this wonderful nutrient and invigerant
builds tip enfeebled digestion, regulates the
flew efthc gastric juices, dissolves and assimi
lates every article of diet, and cures Headache,
Dizziness- Bilious Attacks, Palpitation of the
Heart, Nervousness, Sleeplessness, Melan
choly, ami a thousand ether morbid tonus
assumed by Dyspepsia.
MALT BITTERS are prepared without fer fer
vicntalien from Canadian BABLEY 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 Mait
Bitters Company, anil see that every bottle
bears the Trade Mark Label, duly SioxEeand
enclosed in Wave Likes.
MALT BITTERS are for sale by all Drug
TlUST (ilU.NO VUL.KSFEST OF THE
OF LANCASTER, OX
Monday and Tuesday, Aug. 23 and 24,
AT WHAT GLEX PARK.
This is the first Cannstattcr Velksfest ever
held in Lancaster, and is being arranged en
the same plan as tlie Cannstatter Velkstcst 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 also be seen
in life size.
Popular entertainments ler adults and chll
prcn will be provided ler.
Omnibuses will leave East King street dur
ing the two days, and Powell's conveyances
will take passengers te the Park for 15 cents
ENGINES AND MACHINERY
Of idl Kinds, repaired at Short Netice.
IRON AND BRASS
CH Al PATTERNS,
MADE TO ORDER.
BRASS BOXES, '
Of all Sizes. All Kinds of
BRASS AND IRON VALVES
AND BEEB SFIliOTS REPAIRED
43 Foundry and Machine Shep rear of W
D. Sprecher it Sen's Seed 'Stere,' Grant and
JOS. H. HUBEB.
FRIDAY EVENING, AUG. SO, 1880.
ANOTHER GREAT OIL FIRE.
TANKS BURNING AT DALLAS CITY. FA.
Lightning's Freaks at Denver The Swim
ming Matca Boytea and Feara te Try
It erer Acam AdeUld
News Frem All' Qaarter.
A Terrible Conflagration.
Bradford, Aug, 20. A telegram from
Dallas at midnight, gives the opinion that
the fire can probably be confined te tbe
tanks new burning. They were net ex
pected te overflow before six o'clock this
merning1, and the spread of the fire will
depend upon tbe result of tbe overflow.
If dams can be made and trenches dug
sufficiently te held the burning oil, tbe fire
will be checked ; if net, much additional
property will be destroyed. Being a very
dark night the spectacle was terribly
Tasks Still Burning.
Bradford, Pa., Aug. 20. Tank Ne. 410
of the United line and tank Xe. G of Tide
Water line at Dallas City are still burning
and both Iiave overflowed. The United
lines have moved their pumps te a place of
safety. Ne further damage is anticipated.
Tramps Sentenced te Hard Laber.
New Yerk, August 20. Fifty-seven
tramps were sentenced at Jeffersen Mar
ket police court tbis morning te tbe work
house for six mentbs. They were cap
tured in a raid made by tbe police in a
lumber yard last night. A hundred ethers
Beyten and Fearn te Swim Again.
Atlantic City, N. J., Aug. 20. Tlie
judges in the Boyten-Fcarn international
swimming match met te-day and decided
that the men should swim again te-morrow.
They will start at neon Beyten te
swim two miles and a-half and Fearn two
Escaped Execution te be Drowned,
Paris, Aug. 20. Ulysse Parent, a mem
ber of the municipal council of Paris, was
drowned while swimming during rough
weather at Venlettcs. He was the only
cemmunard tried by the first Versailles
court martial who was acquitted.
Saratoga, N, Y., Aug. 20. First race:
Lady Kesebery first, Springfield second,
Bootjack third. Second race : Ellas Law
rence lirst, Gabriel second, Ella Warfield
third. Third race : Harlequin first,
Democrat second, Terrer third. Fourth
race Jericho first, Lavacea second, Brune
Washington, D. C, Aug. 20. Fer the
Middle Atlantic states, stationary or
lower barometer, stationary temperature,
south te west winds, partly cloudy
weather, and local rains.
Struck by Lightning.
Denver, Colerado, Aug. 19 A dispatch
from Pueblo says the Pueblo reduction
works wcre struck by lightning and
totally destroyed by Are te-night. Less
Oust te Dest.
Londen, Aug. 20. Miss Adelaide Neil
son was buried at Brompton cemetery
te-day. Her funeral was largely attended.
Statesman and Lawyer.
Saratoga, 3S".YAug.20. Among new
members admitted te the American bar asse
ciatien this morning was Senater Themas
F. Bayard, of Delaware.
Down In Alabama.
While Mr. J. C. Adams was cutting off
the "right of way" en the A. C. railroad,
one and a-half miles east of Yerk, he
killed 171 snakes, between the hours of 9
and 12 o'clock.
Frank Miller, a boy leafing at a country
store, sat down en a shoe box and as sud
denly rose again, a pistol having acci
dently gene off in his hip pocket. The
ball split in two, and one porten of it
plowed a line under his skin for about six
It cost Dallas county 810,000 for profes
sional fees in compromising the indorsed
bends of the New Orleans and Selma rail
road. Tlie following is taken from the Greens
"Married, at the residence of Mr. Ash
ley Stephens, in this county, en the 4th
instant, by Rev. A. R. Ramey, Reuben A.
Payne and Miss Martha Maria Cynthia
Ann Louisa Smith. Ne cards."
A negre woman named Harriet Wiggins
gave birth te a child. On the same even
ing she killed the infant by crushing in
the skull, built a fire in the cabin and
placed the body thereon, and burnt it
almost te a crisp. 3eme of the ether
women en the place missed the child
and began looking for it ; the unnat
ural mother hid Jtne charred remains in
the bed clothes until dark and then
buried them about 75 yards from the
house where they were discovered next
evening. Upen being informed that the
remains were found the fiendish mother
fainted away, and afterwards went into
a creek and tried te drown herself. An
inquest was held by B. B. Bell, esq., of
Warsaw, and a verdict was rendered in
accordance with the facts. The woman
is in a critical condition, resulting from
exposure and ever-exertion, and it is
th ought she will die.
Apropos of the late canard about the
killing of J. Procter Knett, comes the
statement that Duluth, the city at the
western end of Lake Superior, which at
tained ics first prominence through Knett's
speech en its natural and unnatural advan
tages, and which several years age had a
population of ever 7,000 inhabitants, has
dwindled te less than half that size under
the light of the late census. It was laid
out en a metropolitan scale, and conse
quently te-day is in reality a city of mag
nificent distances, and has a tenant
less and decayed aspect. Duluth still
hopes, however, with the comple
tion of the Northern Pacific railway,
and its advantages as a competing point
with Chicago, there being less than one
hundred miles difference between tlie two
cities and Buffalo, with its several lines of
steamers, its quarries of valuable building
stone, and the crops of Minnesota, Wis
consin and Manitoba looking for a cheap
outlet te tlie East for increased population
and prosperity, and possibly net' without
reason. But as it new standi the town is
about as dead as it well can be, arid'Knett's
speech appears almost in the light of prophecy.
Tne Curious Customs efa fecallar People.
. ..TbeMt. PJeasant (Westmoreland coun
ty) Timet says: We have before this bad
;caase- te mention some of the peculiar
traits 'of 'the Hungarian peasants em
ployed at Morewood mines, but the
strangest event that has yet characterized
their presence in our midst occurred List
Monday night, when in the same house and
almost at the same hour occurred a death,a
marriage and a birth. The principles in the
marriage were a yenng girlabeut 18 years of
age, whose only name is "Marky," and a
young Hungarian coal miner, with an un-
proneuncable name. The death was that
of a child and the birth of a male iafant.
The rejoicing was of an exceedingly bois
terous, though net riotous character, con
sidering the fact that " there was a funer
al in the house.'? The festivities ever the
birth culminated in the matrimonial event
of the eveniug, and for the time the dead
was forgotten. The triple event took
place in the beard shanty occupied by the
Hungarians en the hillside. After making
merry with beer and eatables (such of the
tatter as the Hungarian palate craves) the
funeral'services weregone through with.
This consisted of reading out of some
sacred book and a sort of ''walk areund''
with the dead body in the centre. This
was indulged in until one by one
they would get tired and retire
te "beer np." The walk around
finally became a dance, in which all joined.
The feastiucr and revelry were kept up un
til late or rather early hours, and en the
following day the dead was buried. This
is the second death among the Hunga
Mew Xerfc Market.
Nxw Yerk. Aug. 20. Fleur Mate anil West -cm
dull; buyers' favor Southern J iiulvt,
Wbenta shade raster r tr:uln verv liinthimtil
Ne. 1 White, eash$I 07J.ii:; Ne. -1 Red August,
$1 07-; de September, $1 HlyMfl 7J ; d
October, 1 0S1 ;4.
isern prices J4SJ34C ; ueller, lueecrafcly ue-
live; 3lixed western
spei, -TJiijOJic ; no
Oats strong, quiet : Sate, 3Sl7jfr
Philadelphia, Aug. 20. Fleur dull but
steady; superfine $2 SegJ; extra it Uh?
4 00; Ohie and Indiana lamily $" OOjjS 7.1
Penn'a family defl 7Tr 2" : St. Leuis tumilym
$5 500600 ; Minnesota family 5 2."d Oil ; patent
anil high grades ; MQS 00.
Bye Heur at l SO.
wheat a shade better: Ne. 2 Western ittsl
$1 00&Ji ; Penn'a Bed 1 07; Amber
Corusteadyferloealu.se; steamer 31Me: yel
low 53c: mixed 52c.
Oats dull and easier ; Ne. 1, White I0c: Ne.
2,doS8.i30e;Ne.3, de 2tt3r.!7c; Ne.'.'. Mixei
Bye scarce; 75c. bid.
Previsions strenger: miss perk li;.V);
beer hams 21 5022 50; Indian m.-ss beet at
10 00; bacon smoked shntilditrs 6e; salt de
.VKtfilSc; smoked hams lll.'ic; pickied lianw
Lard higher; city kettle at 8Je: loose
linlchers'Bc: prime strum ;c.
IJuttcrsteady with moderate mule: Creamerv
extra252ite; Creamery geMl te choice 2-'&
24c; Bradfenl county and New Yerk extra.
222:tc ; Western reserve extra I0l7i:; de giMMl
te choice 1315c; Holts dull; t'eiiu'ii i-xlnt
l:i$li;; Western reserve ejtim l.'Ic'l.'ic.
Eggs llrmcr en scarcity ; Peiiiisjlvanii at IS
ltte; Hcslern 174srjc.
Cheese linn with small stock : New Yerk
full cream 1212ic; Western full cream lie:
le fair te goeu joaieic; de half skims
Petroleum llrm ; retiueil tJCs.
Whisky $1 11.
Sceils Geixl te iriiiiu Clever linn at JS.IO
S75; Timethy tirm at $2 i,2 75: Kl.itsei d
PHILADKLl'II ia. Aug. 2i
1230v. m. :;( i m.
Peuna B's (third issue) 107
Philadelnliia & Erie I.V,
United Ces. et N". J..
Central Transportation Ce.
Pitts., Titusville A Buffalo. 12J
L.IIUC OCUUyiKllI 40
New YeitK. Aug. 211.
N. Y. Central.......... l-'-lu
r iC. ............... ........... ii
Adams Express 114
Michigan Central u;
Michigan Southern 11
Illinois Central 110
Cleveland ft Pittsburgh.. ..125
Chicago & Beck Island li:t
Pittsburgh A Fert Wayne.. 12T.
Western Union Tel. Ce 105
Teledo Wabash 40J.
New Jersey Central 772
Ontario Western 2.
United States isends and Sterling Kxcu.i 14
(Quotations by B. K. Jamisen A Ce., S.
Cor. 3d and Chestnut Streets).
PHILADKIa-IIIA. Aug. 20.
United States Cs, 1881, (registered). .KMJiaiv'i
United States 5's, 1881, (registered). .102;;; 102!.;
United States 4U's, 1M01, (registered)! 10 ilUA
United States 4K's,ltl,(coupeiih).. .Ill (amy.
United States 4's, 1907. (registered). .10!1I0
United States Currency V,'a.Vy1,l'ay..r,yt.Viy,
Sterling Exchanee 4.s2suflKl
INSTATE OK ANV1CEW STEWAK r, LATE
Cj of Lancaster City, deceased. The under
signed Auditor, appointed te distribute the
balance remaining in the hands of Jehn I:.
Geed, csi.. trustee te sell real estate, te ;unl
among these legally entitled te the same, will
sit for that purpose en WEDNESDAY, tin:
25th ilay of A UGUST, 1S), at 10 o'clock a. in.,
in the Library Beem et the Court Heuse, 111
the city of Lancaster, where all persons inter
ested in said distribution may attend.
W. F. BF.YEIt.
ESTATE OF DANIEL W1KEK.LATK OK
Strasburg township, Lancaster comity,
deceased. Letters testamentary en suid estate
having been granted te the undersigned, nil
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 make known the same 10 the
undersigned without delay, residing in Stras
burg township. S AM t'EL II. W I K K It.
ESTATE OF JOSEPH AND .MAItIA
Wcncer. late of Upper Leacock township.
deceased. The undersigned Auditor, appoint
ed te pass npen exceptions tiled totheucceunt
of Jehn Wenger, guardian of Emma l.eui-u
Wenger, a miner child of said decedents, will
sit for that purpose en WEDNESDAY, AUG.
25, 1880, at 10 o'clock a. m., in the Library Roem
el the Court Heuse, in the city of Lancaster,
where all persons interested may attend.
S. W. SUA OLE.
CAMPAIGN GOODS !
We are headquarters for Campaign Goods,
such as Suits, Capes, Caps Belts, Shirt-,
Terehi-si, Pijcs, Photographs, Banners. ISitdges,
Ac. Agents wanted. Clubs supplied. Com
plete sample suit by express $1.50. Sample
Badge 15c. bv mail, two ler 25c.. one dozen w
mallll. Either candidates. Portraits 12cli;,
10 cents each ; 4 for 25 cents.
jy23-4tw 10 Barclay Street, N. V.
Lancaster Orp MauDlactery
Without a doubt furnish the FINEST IN
STRUMENTS in the Market. Warerooms 320
North Queen street, Manufactory in the rear.
Branch Office, U East King Street.
Alex. McKfflipe, Proprietor.
Alse Agent ter Lancaster County for
CUICKEltING & SON'S Celebrated
A Full Line of Sheet and ether Music, Small
Instruments, Violins, Banjos, Band Instru
ments, &.ulways en hand. fiiHydSAly w
JCj Came te the residence of the subscriber,
in Colerain township, en J UNE 28, 1880, u pale
Bed Steer and a Bean Heifer, supposed te be
about IK years old. The owner w requested
te come forward, prove property, pav charges
and take them away, otherwise they wiil b
sold according te law.
SIMEON W. SWISIIEIL
JOXT 0, 1880. jyl4-4tw