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LANCASTER, PA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 1880
Volume XVINe. 302.
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CLOTH I NO.
24 CENTRE SQUARE.
We have iei Kile ler the coming seasons un
Immense Stock of
'dour own manufacture, which comprises the
v.itcst mitt Most
Cemcniid see our
which Is kM-gcruud composed el the best styles
te lie kuni'l in th: clly.-
D. B. Hostetter & Sen,
24 CENTRE SQUARE.
-lyd LANCASTER. PA
MONDAY, APRIL 5.
Having jiM lvlnr I Ireni the New Yerk
,V'hii-ii Market, I am new prepared In exhibit
mcel Hit: I'.el Selected Mock.set
Sdk M Slier He,
ver brought te this city. Nene lint lilts very
all Hit: Leading Styles. Prices as low as the
eucsl, and all goods warranted in lcpresent
,al H. GERTTABT'S,
Ne. 51 North Queen Street.
THE ARTIST TAILOR.
Closing out our sleck el Light V ights at
test te make room ler
Fall mid Winter Sleck.
A Large Line ill
TROPIC AL SUITINGS,
SERGES AND REPS,
IIANNOCKI'.IIRNS AND CELTICS,
ANI T.AT1STK SUlTINl.S.
SEERSUCKERS, VALKNCIAS, PAROLE
AND MOHAIR COATINGS.
A Splendid ".Useiiiiiciit ofWIUerd'.s Padded
Ducks iu riaiuainl Fancy Styles. A Full Mm
All the latest novelties. An examination el
oitrsteck is lcspecllully solicited.
I. K. SMALING,
121 NORTH OUEEN STREET.
t'HI.V.I AN1 il.ASSir.Utt:.
S1IIINA, CLASS AND OUKHNSWABK.
White ami Decorated Stene China. Tea, Din
ner and Chamber Sets, White, Geld Ituml anil
Fancy French China Tea ami Dinner Sets,
Glass Sets. Tumblers, Goblets, Fruit Hen Is,
Fruit Jars ! Jelly Cups ! !
AT TIIK LOWEST lMUCKS, AT
HIGH & MARTIN'S,
Xe. 15 EAST KING STICK BT.
UOLtMALK AND KKTAIL.
Ne. 227 NORTn PHLNCE STKEET.
DIC S. K. KOKKMAS,
(1'UVSICIAN AND SURGEON),
Uemerctl trem Ne. 18 Seuth Prince street te
Ne. 211 West King stroet, Lancaster, la.
BARGAINS IN CALICOES
NEW YORK STORE.
S,000 IDS. H UK CMOS IT 5 CIS. 1 TAB!
Just opened mi elegant assortment el choice styles in Calicoes, Cretonnes, :iul Chintzes.
Standard Makes or r.lcachcd and Unbleached Muslins from 10 tccMl per will, below June
prices INDIA LINENS. VICTORIA LAWNS, WHITE PIQUES AM) CAMP.U1CS AT liOl
Watt, Shand & Company,
S AND 10 EAST KING STREET.
HAGER & BROTHER,
NO. 25 W. KING KTHEKT, LANCASTER.
OUR STOCK OF
Fer the Fall Season will comprise all lh'- Latent Designs ami Coloring, ami be Larger ami
liiert! complete tliau :ver beiere.
HAGER & BROTHER.
WILL BE REOPENED
Wednesday Evening, August 18th.
Weexteml He.mli.il imila! ion te ALL l
STOCK OF GOODS.
CLOSING OUT OF SPUING AI SUMMER STOCK.
In order te close out our sleck of Siirinjj ami Slimmer Otuvls te make room for :t
heavy Fall Trade, wc arc ulleriiig great indtieeiiieiits in Men's, Youths' and Childien's
In our Cubtent Depaitiiient we have a lare let of Piece flood, which must be
closed out before September 1, regardless of irelit.
In our Ueady-iyade Dciiarlmci't we have an unusually line stock of Summer
Clothing, all of which can be purchased at very lowest bottom iigiues.
flciitleincn, our facilities are net, equaled in the city. It will cost you nothing
te examine our sleck.
MYERS & RATHFON,
Ne. 12 EAST KING STIUSCT,
V.. 1.W' NOirTIl OUEEN bTUKKT.llf.lt 1. 11.
U. Depot, Lanciistcr, l'a. Geld, Silver ami
Nlekel-ciLstMl Watches, Chains, Clocks, &e.
Am lit ler the cclebi".ilel rantaseepic Specta
cles ami Eye-Glasses. Uepairins a specially,
We have just reeeiveJ a bcceml invoice el
New Lancaster Hevement.
te which wc call special attention or anyone
wanting a Keliablc Watch at a LOW TU1CE.
B. F. BOWMAN,
10 EAST KIN STREET,
GEKTS' GOV VS.
WIC 1.1 NEN COLLAKS
MIK FANI'.V STOCKINGS
70K MEW STYLE
LINEN UANDKEKC1I1EFS, GO TO
B. J. BRISMAISPS,
60 NOBTH QUEEN STKEET.
TTAKCUS . 8EHNKK,
Ne. 120 North Prince street.
Prompt anil particular attention paid te al
eralien ami repairs. sl3-lyl
A E.McCANN, AUCTIONEER OF KEAL
. Estate and Personal Property. Orttcrs
left at Xe. 35 Charlette street, or at the Black
Herse Hetel, 44 antl 46 North Queen street, will
receive prompt attention. Villa made out and
ttended te without additional cost e27-ly
Y LOCUEK'S BENOWNED COUGH
e.tll ami examine our I.AKCi: AND KLKGANl
. NVASTF.lt, PKNX'A.
All in want el Fine or Fancy Cabinet Werk
would ile well te call ami c.vinnm; specimens
el our work. "
OFFICE FUJHilTUIlK A SPECIALTY.
r.Z K:ist hi up; Street.
IV ALL 1'AfEltS, Jtr.
Made ler windows and put up in such man
ner that yen need net remove when yen ele.-e
the w indew. We have it in Landscape, Figur
ed and Plain Celers, which will be made up as
above or sold by the loot In any tjuanttty de
sired. PAPER HANGINGS
in large variety. Seme Odd Lets will be sold
very cheap te close out.
PLAIN WINDOW SHADES, all colors and
widths. Hollands, Paper Curtains, Fringes,
Leeps, Fixtures. Tassels, Cords, &c.
Patent Extension Cornice,
the cheapest, simplest and best ever made.
Will litany window up te live rect in width.
Poles In Ebony and Walnut.
OUDEKS TAKEN FOB
FINE PIER AND MANTEL MIRRORS.
PHARES W. FRY,
Ne. 57 NOBTH QUEEN ST.
SATURDAY EVENING, AUG. 21, 1880.
A MOUNTAIN IN LAM
AND THE .MOUSE IT lUUIt'liUT VOItTU.
Last Nlsht's Special Meeting et City Coun
cils Ueaps or AVerk Cut Out, but Little
Acceiujilishcd A liestile Element in Se
lect Council Causes the jtelgiau;ltleckern
toTeinpenirily tJerram from 1'usliln the
Lean Orilinanee autt the North Queen Street
I'rejcct Select Council in IJatl lluimir.
Special Meeting uf City Councils.
In accordance with a call issued both
branches of city councils met specially last
evening te consider the following formid
able list of matters of public policy :
The ordinance creating a permanent lean
of $17,000 te pay for Belgian block pave
ment, macadamizing, etc.; a joint resolu
tion rciiuirinx property owners te widen
their pavements en Net th Queen street
from Orange te Chestnut ; an ordinance
or resolution appropriating $2,500 te be
applied te the construction of a Belgian
block pavement en North Queen street
from Orange street teChcstnut ; the appli
cation of Jehn I lartman for lease of reser
voir for ice house, proposals for construc
tion of an ice house, etc.; a'rcsolutien direct
ing the street committee te place the
square between Orange and Chestnut
streets under contract for Belgian block
pavement ; and a resolution directing the
street committee te order the street com
missioner te remove the permanent awn
The following named members were
present : Messrs. Bering, Decrr, Eberly,
Judith, Zecher, ami Evans, president.
Mr. Zceher moved that select council
concur in the action of common council iu
approval of a resolution te lease a portion
of the reservoir grounds te Jehn Hart man
for the purpose of erecting thereon an ice
house. Mr. Zecher in this connection pre
sen ted the opinion of the city solicitor, te
the cfl'ect that councils have power te lease
the grounds for the"puipesc aforesaid font
period of ten ycuis,iltthcy cheese te de se.
Mr. Eberly opposed the lease. He
thought it would be unwise for the city te
allow the erection of the proposed build
ing en the reservoir grounds. The city
may need the grounds for the purpose of
putting up an additional reservoir, and
then under the proposed lease they could
net regain possession without paying
heavy damages. Mr. Eberly said he bo be
lieved the leaks which had occurred from
time te time iu the cast reservoir had been
caused by cutting ice from it ; and ex
plained that when the ice froze fast te the
walls of the basin and the water in the
basin was allowed te sink, that the ice
falling with the water would pull the
brick right out of the wall. Besides, be
did net telievc that councils had a right
te lease any of its property for mere than
Messrs. Zecher and Bering favored the
lease te Mr. Hartman, as proposed by com
mon council. In answer te Mr. Eberlyjthcy
pointed out instances in which councils had
repeatedly leased city property for a term
of years mentioning the reservoir pro
pel ty and the postefliee. Furtbcr that Mr.
Hartman had lest heavily by his former
leases, having had two ice houses burned
down within a few years past, and he new
proposed te put up a substancial stone
structure at a cost of 3,500. The speakers
ridiculed the idea that the cutting of ice
from the reservoirs bad anything te de with
the leaking of the cast basin.
Mr. Evans thought it would be unwise te
lease the ground ami the privilege of cut
ting ice from the reservoirs te" Mr. Hart
man or any one else ; but if a lease was te
be made, it should be made te the highest
bidder. Tlic proposed annual rental ($100)
he rcgaidcd as entirely inadequate. Ice
dcalcis were paying a much larger sum for
the privilege of cutting ice from small
ponds beyond the city limits. If the privi
lege of cutting ice was thrown open te
competition lie would engage te secure a
lessee that would pay $200 er$:J00 per an
num. He also opposed the lease for the
reason that the ground might be wanted
for the building of another reservoir.
After luither debate iu which a geed
ileal of angry feeling was manifested en
both sides, :i vote was taken en concurring
in the action of common council. It re
sulted as fellows :
Yeas Messrs Ueriug, Decrr, Judith and
Xays Mcssis. Ebcrlv and Evans presi
The president decided that the motion
te concur was lest, as a majority of coun
cil had net etcd in the affirmative.
Mr. Zecher appealed from the decision
of the chair. The matter voted upon was
a resolution, net an ordinance, and requir
ed only a majority of the members pres
ent te pass it.
Mr. Bering teeended the apical, saying
that the decision of the chair was unpre
cedented ; that resolutions had been re
peatedly declared passed when only abare
majority of the members present had voted
afiirmativcly. He called upon the presi
dent te name a single instance in which a
similar ruling had been made.
The president in response asked Mr.
Bering te name a single instance in which
a resolution had been declared passed with
Ijss than live affirmative votes.
Neither Mr. Bering nor the president
could answer the conundrums asked them.
The question en the appeal from the
president's decision was repeatedly called
for, but the president w;is very slew in
Coming le time. H knew the appeal
would be sustained and his decision re
versed and he seemed anxious te stave eir
the vote. The act of Assembly of 1871 was
hunted up and read, but the appellants
were net convinced. Fiually Mr. Eberly
insisted en having the appeal reduced te
writing. This was done, ami the vote was
taken en "sustaining the appeal." The
yeas were Messrs. Bering, Decrr, Judith
and Zecher (I) , nays Mr. Eberly (1).
The president announced that the de
cision of the chair was net sustained.
Then followed a growl all round. Messrs.
Bering and Eberly accused each ether of
official crookedness and of being engaged
in "sundry disreputable jobs, and in turn
each denied the accusation. Mr. Zecher
and the president had a squabble en ac
count of there being se much business
stated in the call for this meeting and se
little of it presented for action. Beth
gentlemen proved that they were net te
blame, but that the fault lay with common
As common ceuucil had already adjourn
ed, en motion select council adjourned
also all the membcrsbcing iu a bad humor.
There was a goodly attendance iu the
lower branch, the following named mem
bers being present :
Messrs. Barnes, Beard, Bergcr, Corm Cerm
eny, Cox, Frauklin, Hays, Hcrshey, John John Jehn
eon, Kcelcr, Lichty, McMullcn, Sing,
Snieych, Snyder, Sprccher, Springer,
Stermfeltz, White, Yackly, Lcvcrgoed,
After the call had been read, the first
item of business coming up for dispesi
tien namely, the $17,000 lean ordinance,
was en Mr. McMullcn's motion postponed
until the regular September meeting, as a
number of members known te be espccally
interested in the measure were absent from
select council, and the importance of the
subject involved, he thought, cntitlcdjit te
full and frccldiscussien en both sides.
Mr. McMullen encrcd a resolution pro
viding that in the event of the square of
North Queen street between Orange and
Chestnut being paved with Belgian blocks,
property owners along Jsaid square be re
quired te incrcase the width of their side
walks te the dimensions of these en the
first square. The resolution was adopted.
Select council concurred.
The several ether items of business pro
posed in the call were respectively iost iest iost
pened ,for the manifest reason that the
friends of the measures in common coun
cil, who were largely in the majority, were
afraid te allow them te go before select
council, where there was every probabil
ity of their meeting short shrift, the ab
sence of Messrs. Franklin, Shcuk and
Sales from that hotly greatly weakeniug
their chances of passage there. The only
features of interest transpiring were a
desultory and entirely irrelevant discussion
concerning the proposed Belgian blocking
of the second square of North Queen
st-icct. Mr. Kcelcr, or the Ninth ward,
tried te impress upon the minds of his
colleagues the prime importance of
macadamizing West Lemen street,
a work which he represented te be of far
mere crying necessity than the North
Queen street project. Mr. Kceler's effort
te get up a Ninth Ward boom was coldly
received, and the representative of that
nourishing section of the city subsided
with a very disgusted expression of coun
tenance. With regard te the preposition te re
move permanent awnings, nothing tangi
ble manifested itself except a vigorous
pretest against the project signed by a
number of prominent business men
of the leading thoroughfares. Mr.
McMullcn said he was net aware
of the existence of any resolution
looking te the object protested against
iu this petition. The matter had been gen gen
erally discussed in committee, but about
the only direct manner of getting at it that
he knew of would be for the city authori
ties te tear down one of the obnoxious
awnings and then allow a test case te be
made up and settled in a court of law.
Thus, after a vast amount of work cut
out and an infinitesimal quantity accom
plished, common council adjourncd.greatly
te the chagrin of a number of the city
fathers and te the especial disgust of Mr.
Beard, the handsome member from the
Second ward, who had ceme all the way
from Philadelphia te attend the meeting.
De Bees Injure Fruit I
It is the opinion of many fruit growers
that bees will cat into and destroy grares
and ether sweet fruits. The editor of the
Lancaster Faimcr has been watching his
grape vines and gives the following as the
result of his observations :
"As regularly as the autumn comes
around we are treated with long accounts
of the depredations committed by that in in
dustriens hency-gathcrer, the bee. The
charges brought against them are net only
mauy, but as serious as they arc numerous.
Nine times out of ten they arc brought by
persons incapable of pronouncing an opin
ion, but who swell the hearsay ciy of de
nudation merely because it is popular, or
in consequence of some unreliable inform
ation received at second hand. The result
of all this is that the peer bees have a hard
time of it. It is te relieve them from at
least one, ami that the most serious of all
the accusations against them, that wc
write this article.
"Ne opinion seems te be mero generally
prevalent than that bees open the outer
skins of grapes, plums, peaches and ether
traits for the purpose of feasting en the
sweet juices within. Because they are
found en these fruits in the act of com
mitting a trespass, they are condemned
without a hearing, or any consideration
whatever. It is most commonly said they
sting the fruit. This is the result of sheer
ignorance. Neither the bee, nor any ether
insect, employs its sting for such purposes ;
they have them for ether uses, as a means
of defense against enemies, and use them
solely as nature designed that they should.
It is as impossible for a bee te sting open
a grape as it is for it te open a walnut or a
shellbark by the same process. Its only
means te commit the deed of which it is
accused, is the proboscis with which it is
armed ; but this, although perhaps capa
ble of tearing open skius of ripe fruit, is
never used for that purpose, its functions,
like that of the sting, being Tar different,
and cenliued exclusively te the ends de
signed by nature.
"Although the charges arc based mainly
tin the fact that at this season large num
Iiers of bees arc seen en the grapes en our
vines, busily employed in helping them
selves te the palatable juices, yet wc assert
very positively that nene of the persons
who bring this charge of stinging the
grapes have ever seen the insects depredat
ing en a sound grape, or attempting te
tear one open. They always select these
already injured, and never perpetrate an
original injury. A rainy spell followed by
warm weather very frequently causes
grapes and ether fruits te burst, and il is
te the fruit thus injured that the slandered
bees pay their attention.
"The result el a close investigation ei
the question, lasting through a scries of
days, are : On the grapes growing in our
yard hundreds of bees were literally swarm
ing, their home being in a neighbor's yard
net twenty paces distant. We sat hour
after hour watching closely the proceed
ings of the industrious insects. There was
net a single raceme en the whele vine but
was visited by dozens of bees, who exam
ined every grape en it.iu search of a burstcd
one whose juices were accessible. After a
most careful search, and finding none such
they would immediately leave and con
tinue their'scarch elsewhere until the berry
they desired was found. On all the
defective fruit clusters of bees were gath
ered, but wc failed utterly in detecting in
a single instance anything like an attempt
at trying te tear open a perfect berry, their
investigations were hasty, but thorough,
and when the desired spoil was net found
no time was wasted in useless delay. There
can be no mistake about this matter ; our
observations were careful and prolonged,
and must certainly have resulted in de
tecting the harm complained of had any
been done. That nene was done wc
are positively certain, and we feel that
these hard workers deserve a geed word
in return for the odium cast upon them
by theorists and careless observers."
Anether writer says : "I have several
colenics of black bees, and close by several
varieties of grapes, and never before this
summer did they in large numbers visit
the grapes ; but this season, when the
grapes ripened, the Clintens in particular
being the most perfect, full and large for
the kind, burst their skins, many half way
round, from some cause unknown te me,
se that the air around was filled with the
delicious sweet smell of the ripe fruit,
which naturally invited the bees te ceme
and regale themselves and sip the nectar
new open te them. Concords near by
wcrcnotnearse perfect this ycasr, and
few burst their skins when ripening, and
few bees gathered about them. Dclawarcs,
nearest te the hives, were also very per
fect, but nene burst their skins, and no
bees visited them. New, if the bees had
cut the grapes open, is it net natural and
reasonable that they would have also cut
the ether and sweeter kinds, as mero te
their taste, particularly the Dclawarcs?"
Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham,
OF LYNN, MASS.,
Her Vwa'lablc Compound the Savier
of Her Sex.
Health, Hepe and Happiness Re
stored by the use of
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
The Positive Cure Fer
All Female Complaints.
This preparation, as its name sifjiillies, eon
Hbls el Vegetable I'reperlies that are harmless
te the most delicate invalid. Upen one trial
t he mcritser this compound will be recognized,
as reliel is immediate; and w hen its use is con
tinued, in ninety-nine cases in a hiiiiilrctl.il
permanent euro is cllcctcd, as thousands will
testily. On account of its proven merits, it is
te-day recommended and prescribed by the
best physicians in the country.
II. u ill erne entirely the uerst form of railing
of the iilerus, l.oncerrhu:i, irregular and pnin
lul Menstruation, all ovarian Troubles, ln ln
ilanmiatieii and Ulceration, Flooding, all IMs
plaicmentsaml the eeiiseiiient. spinal weak
ness, and is especially adapted te the Change
In tact it lias proved te be Ihe greatest, and
best remedy that has ever been discovered. It
permeates every portion of the system, ami
yives new Hie and visor. It removes raininess,
llatuleney, destroys all craving ler stimulants,
and relieves weakness of the stomach.
It cures Klealing. Headaches, Xerveus Pros
tration, General Debility. Sleeplessness, lie
pressien and Indigestion. That I'eelingel bear
ing down, causing pain, weight ami backache,
is always permanently cured by its use. It
will at all times, ami under all circumstances,
act in harmony with the law that governs the
Fer Kidney temptaints or either sex this
Compound is unsurpassed.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
is prepared at 2X5 anil SEV Western Avenue,
Ia-iiii, Mass. irice$l. Six bottles fergi. Sent
by mail in the form el pills, also in the form of
lozenges, en receipt et price, 1 per box, for
either. Mrs. PINKHAM Ireely answers all let
ters of innuiry. Send ler pamphlet. Address
as above. Mention thix paper.
Ne family should be without LYDIA K.
PJ?;KIIAMST.IVKUPIM.S- They euro Con
stipation, r.ilieiisness and Torpidity of the
l.iver. 4"i cents per box.
Johnsten, 1 olio way k Ce.,
General Agents, I'hilailelpliia.
Fer sale by C A. I.echer,'.) Fast King street,
and Sce. V. Hull, l.'j West King street.
J-OJiSALE OK REST,
17IIIC KENT. . .
1 The second story et Kslileman & Kath
von's Hanking Heuse, at Centre Square, anil
aNe a room en second story, opimsite the
IVim'a It. i:. Depot, en UJictnustreet.
IS. F. KS 11 I.e.. MAN,
rALABl.K CITY PKOPKUTY AT
PKIVATK SAI.K. A let et ground Ne. 27
North Mary .stnet, upon which is erected a
twtvsterv llrick Dwelling with two-story llnck
Hack Uuilding. blabloen rearel let. There is
a variety of Choice Fruit en tliepremises. ANe
a two-sterv llriek Dwelling, Ne. Ill west
Orange street, Jmd a Let tit ti round en New
street, between l.iiiicaiid Shippen streets, 1.T4
lent front and lt: feet deep. Fer lurlher par
ticulars apply te
JUHN HULL, Tobacconist,
aiiglt-IUlS 47 West King Street.
1" )UI5I.IC SAI.K OI" STOCKS.
On MONDAY, AUtiUhT 25, 1SS0, will In
sult! at public sale, for the nndersigiiereM-eii-ter,al
the Cooper Heuse, fciucustci City, I a.,
the fellow ing stocks, te wit :
iiiharcs Farmers National Hank Sleck.
i; Shares I.anea-tcr County National Hank
.-.Shares Iunaslerand Fruit villi; Turnpike
stock. , ..
it; Shares Manlieini and Lancaster TuinpiKi:
Stock. . ,, , ,
i:; Shares Lancaster and Susquehanna I urn
pike Stock, known a the Columbia pike.
i Shares Lancaster ami Kphrata I'ikeCem
7.siares Laue.isteraml Willow Stnet 1 ike
lOHiarcs Ilollewuaie and Kiiamellng Com
2I! Shares Lancaster Can Company Stock.
5 Shares Lancaster and Millersville Street
Car K. tt. Sleck. , . - ,
salele commence at 2 o'clock p. m.el .said
la, when attendance will 1m-given and con
ditions of sale will be made known by
Kcculertr the last will efOcn..!. L. Rey
S. Iluss & Sen, A lies. augls-ltd
IIIKI.IC SAI.K OF VAIATAMLK UKAL
I KSTATK. On WKDNKSDAY.SKPTKM
UKIl 1.1, l&.s(i, will be sold at public sale en the
premises, siiuaieti in uapue leniisiup. en me
read leading from ML Jey te Manlielm, one
half mile northeast of Mt. Jey. adjoining lands
et Christian Ooed, Jeseph Dctwcilcr, Jno.
ISrenem.m and the Little Chiques Salunga
creek, a Valuable Farm containing I3S ACHES,
tin which is creeled a two-slery Hrick Heuse
with two-sterv briek wing attached. There is
no liner rami house in Iincastcr county. A
balcony extends 11ns whole length orihe house
en the lirst and second stories. There are
large lelding doers in the hall; iu winter the
doers can be closed, making another room,
and in summer by opening the doers a. large,
cool hall is the result. A circular staireise
runs te the third story. The cellar is cement
ed and has a suli-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 $S,0W. Attached te the bam is
a building which contains a her.se power and
above is a large mew. A large straw house at
tached te the bam, a carriage house, wagon
shed, com crib and all necessary outbuildings,
all of which arc covered with slate. A large
ice house near the house. The teneing is com
posed or locust pests ami chestnut mils. The
property has Im.-ch thoroughly limit I within
the last live years, is in a high state of cultiva
tion, and is one of the most desirable farms in
Ifdesireil .fl.ri,oeool'the purchase menev can
iciiialii en the farm.
Any person desiringte view the properly he-
lore tllC llily Ol s;m; will pieiisu IT.II1 oil .ill.
Charles ISen'der, residiiis thereon.
S:ilc te commence at 1 o'clock l.
.t.i,- ,fln,i fitti'mf-mci. will Im- 'ivi-lt liv
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IIEi.Ul T. 14J..1K.I..
D. Uallauiikk, Auct.
- AS FITTING AND PLUMBING.
JOHN P. SCHAUM,
Ne. 2T SOUTH QUEEN STREET,
PLUMBER, GAS AND STEAM FITTER.
A Large Assortment el
Constantly en hand.
11RY LOCHKR'S KfcNOwSEn COUGH
BLOOD AND SKIN
.. .n.n. .-, wwn iiiiltt.w thft tllOOtl
.i i. .i... i.A....i.. it..,.. L-I.l.,i.i fiii'1 alrilif
CuncuuA, tt Medtcimil JeUy, remove dead
ncsli and skin, renders healthy ulcers and old
sores, allays inflammation, itching and irrita
tien or tne skui ami SCUip. I.UTM.UKA J1B.WI1.1-
. . . rw. . . . . .".. ,. M- . f r,a,i wlillitnjwii ,111.1 ImMIII-
lilies the skin. Cuticuka Suavine Seak is the
only medicinal soap cxpres-ly prepared for
SALT 11HEUM FOB A LIFETIME.
I have had a most wonderful curoefSalt
Kheiim. Fer Msventeeii years 1 suffered with
Salt Rheum; 1 hail it en my head, face, neck,
arms ami legs. I was net able te walk, only en
niv hands ami knees, ler one year. 1 have net
liccn able te help myself for eight years. I
tried Hundreds et remedies; net one lud the
least cll'ceL The doctors said my case was In
..r.ii.i Ki i. iv lmrciiLs tried everything that
came along. 1 saw thu advertisement and ceiit
eluded te try Oututka i:i.jiimik.s. 'I he lirst
box el CirricuuA brought me iiuiner ie un
surface or mv skin. It would drop oil as it
e.uiieeiil, until new 1 am entirely well. All I
fan say is, 1 thank you most heartily for my
cim.. will Mcdonald.
i:;ir. liirtTuurnste St..
Ciiii-aue, Ili.., March 4, 1S7&
1 have been afflicted for nineteen years with
Psoriasis, mid Imve spent hundred et dollars
ler doctors ami stuff they call bleed purifiers.
Doctors did net knew what te call my disease.
I would scratch nights until I scratched my
t..ir ,-,.-. Hi. .11 It. would drv and lerm into
scales, which would all be scratched tiff next
night and se en. I have been completely cured
by lie CuTiintA i.kmeimks.
CoMfei.D Sr.. IIi'.stem Mux.
Mk.mi-iiis,Tknm., June Hi, 1ST.'.
CUTK'UKA UKMBUiiMarepreiKireil by WKKKS
& POTTKK, Chemists and Druggists,:aUash
ingten street, Ilosten, ami are for sale by all
MALT AND HOPS!
DYSPEPSIA. Dyspepsia Is the prevaling
malady ereivilizetl lite. It lies at the boteui
or 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. Whereshnll well ml
relief rrem this morbid, melancholy uibery?
MALT I'.ITTKKS! At once a, medicine and :i
loot!, this wonderful nutrient and iuvigeraiit
builds up eiilecbled digestion, regulates the
Hew of the gastric juices, dissolves and assimi
lates every article erdiet. and ciireslleadache.
Dizziness,' Uilieus Attacks, Palpitation of tins
Heart, Nervousness, Sleeplessness, Melan
choly, and a thousand ether morbid ierins
assumed by Dyspepsia.
MALT lUTTKUSarc prepared without fer
mentation from Canadian 11AKLKY MALT ami
HOPS, ami warranted superior te all ether
lernis of malt or medicine, while free rrem Hie
objections urged against malt liquors.
Ask ler Malt Uittkih prepared by the Malt
Uirra.s Cejii-akv, ami see tluit every betlh.
bears the Tradk M auk LA.:KL,duly Siii.tKO and
enclosed iu Wave Links.
MALTISITTEKS are nr sale by all Drug
SHOP ON PLUM STREET,
OrreHiTCiui: Locemotivk Wei:i:p.
The subscriber continue le manufacture
BOILERS AND STEAM ENGINES,
Fer Tunning and ether purpose.
lie Hews Pipes,
Sheet-iron Werk, and
- Jobbing promptly allcmlctl te.
augiS lydj JOHN KEST.
ENGINES ANJ MACHINERY
Ol all Kinds, repaired at Short Netice.
IKON AND BRASS
CASTES Al PATTERNS,
MADE TO OCDEU.
d LOBE VALVES,
1)1 all Si.es. All Kinds or
i;i:ass and iken valves
AND l!EEi:sPIOTS KKPAIKED
9e Foundry and Machine Shep rearef, W
D. Sprt-eher .V. Seu's Seed Stere, Grant and
JOS. H. HUBER.
pAKG.MNM I'Oi: KVKICYr.ODY.
RARE 1IANE IN CARPETS,
Positive sale le Kcduce Stock el
6,000 Yards Brussels Carpets,
AT AND 15ELOW COST.
Call and salisly yourself. Alse, Ingrain, Kag
and Chain Car(icts in almost endless variety, at
H. S. SHIRK'S
203 WEST KINO STREET,
ROBES, BLANKETS, Jtt.
OION OP TIIK BUFKALO 11KAI).
BLANKETS ! BLANKETS
I have new en hand thu Laiwjkst, Hkhtane
Ciibapbst AssenTMBirr or Lined and Uiilincd
BUFFALO KOIIES in the city. Alse LAP
AND 1IOKSK BLANKETS of every descrip
tion. A full line or
Trunks and Satchels,
Harness, Whips, Cellars, &c.
4ari:cpalrlng neatly and prempOy ilencf
10S North Queen AC, Lancaster.
WM. P. FRATTiTnrS
MONUMENT AIi MATtBTiF. WORKS
7S8 Nena vuera Street, Laaeaster, Pa.
MONUMENTS. HEAD AND FOOT STONKS,
CEMETERY LOTS ENCLOSED, Ac.
All work guaranteed and satisfaction given
in every particular.
N. B. Remember, works tX the extreme emd.
of North Queen street. m30