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LANCASTER DAILY iNTELLlGENclai SATURDAY AUGUST 21, 1880.
1879 : " It filial! net be lawful for any per
son or persons te fish with any kind of
next or seines or any ether method of trap
ping fish except with red, hook and line,
within one-fourth of a mile of the Colum
bia dam, under a penalty net exceeding
$500 fine or two years' imprisonment."
Peter 31. Luding, fish warden, saw
defendants violate the law between the 7th
and 18th of "Slay.'j.lle was corroborated by
several watchmen employed by him. The
defendants were notified personally of the
passage of the law.
The defense was that there was no line
marked by which defendants could knew
that they were within one-fourth of a mile
of the Columbia dam, and that it was im
IKjssible te fish with a seine at the fish ways,
as had been alleged by the commonwealth,
en account of the breakers. Nearly all of
the defendants denied having fished with
hcincs during the last summer. The de
Icnsc endeavored te show that no publica
tion of the intended passage of the law had
been made in the Columbia papers, but the
uemt would net allow the testimony te go
before the jury. The case was given te
the jury a few minutes before the adjourn
ment of court.
Frcdeiick lIilkInuil,vhe plead guilty te
ailuHery at the January sessions, was sen
tenced te undergo an imprisonment of 10
months. He lias already been hi jail for 8
Jehn j. Milier.ef Paradise township, was
awarded the county reward of $20 for ar
resting Michael Lcntz, alias Shenk, con
victed at the last term ofheisu stealing.
Adcuiuricr was filed te the indictment
charging Hairy and Cecelia Chambers
with conspiracy te defraud.
At 10 o'clock the judgment docket was
railed and the following judgments were
entered ; for want of a plea e, for want of
affidavit of defense', for want of an ap
The grand jury made the following re
turns: True Jills. City of Lancaster (fish
market), maintaining a nuisance; Chris
tian ISrackbill, assault and battery;
Jacob AVitlingcr, violating liquor law ;
Henry (.'iccn, carrying concealed weap
ons and icsistiug an officer; Kebert
and William Hardeman, larceny; Themas
Withers and Newton lirysen, disturbing
a religious meeting ; Themas A. Withers,
astault and battery ; Newton Urysen, as
sault and battery ; Abraham Haius, ct a!.,
riot ; Catherine Kshclhrciincr, assault and
1'jiturcd. Jehn A. liucker, false pre
tense, and Jehu Kuapp, prosecutor for
costs; Lydia Dcwit, fornication, and
l'saias I.tickliel'f adultery, and county for
Court adjourned until 2 o'clock.
S.idhUury Ten n.-Iilj te tlie Frent.
Judging from the activity displaced
among the Demacr.its of this township,
there will be a glei ieus work done this fall.
Kach and every one seems te enter into
the work with a will and a determination
that are worthy of the cause. A regular
campaign Hancock and English club has
lisen formed, money i.iiscd for legitimate
campaign purposes, names are coming in
all platters, the rell-b.vk is rapidly filling
up. We want the cry te be " still they
Tlicre is seen te be a Hancock and Eng
lish club organized in Atglen, and se it,
gees. Every bice.e th it is wafted te ua
brings tidings of the geed work going en.
Men that have been lukewarm and have
net taken any part in politics for years
have reused themselves from their leth
argy ; have buckled en their armor and
tiled into the ranks.
licpublicaus ' tee nunieruus te men
tion," all ever the country, arc confessing
the errors of their way, have resolved te
vote for Hancock, go their way rejoicing,
and sin no mere.
The first Censtatter VeIksfc-t ever given
in this city, will lake place at What Glen
paik, tn Monday and Tuesday next. The
arrangements and entertainments will be
of the same character of these given at the
great feasts in Philadelphia and New Yerk.
A principal attraction will be an immense
festival column decorated artistically with
every variety of fruits and llewurs. There
will also be a panorama of all tie principal
cities of Europe, representations of all the
military uniforms of all European stall'
officers, and a variety of games. The fes
tival is in geed hands and will afford a
fund of pleasure. Omnibuses will run te
the grounds at all hours.
The Lancaster rifle club visited their
grounds at Jas. Stewart's farm, yesterday,
and practiced at a Crcedmoer target at a
distance of 00 yards. Sonic of the mem
bers did very line sheeting. Jehn II. ISaum
gardner scored live successive bull eyes,
making 2e points, all that could be made.
Harry Hewnian scored three bull-ejcs, a
centre and an inner I'l points out of a
possible -.". Thes. A. Wiley scored one
bull-eye, anil two centres 17 points. J.
I!. Lichly scored three centres and .we
eiileis !I points. Several ether iiiciuets
shot :t I :n :.-,; as well.
The Kcigiau I'nvcm.-int.
The laying of the l?elgiaii block pae
mcut en the first square of North tuctn
street was finished yesterday, and public
opinion appears te be unanimous that lie
contractors, Messrs. Cunningham & Mc Mc
Nicltel, have done the work in a faithful
and substantial manner, and that the wid
ening of the sidewalks and censeqiicir.
narrowing of the roadway, te which some
objection was at lir.sl made, was a move in
the right direction and one that will prob
ably be Fceii followed in ether thorough
fares. Intf-rfc-ring With au Olliccr.
Chief of Police Deichler made com
plaint before Alderman Dennelly of the
Seventh wardagainst Jacob Kurtz,of High
street, charging him with taking from the
possession of the deg-catchers au unmuz
zled deg captured by them. The com
plaint was however withdrawn, after
Kurtz went te the alderman and paid the
penalty :?'5 and costs.
Third Ward Organization.
The meeting of the Third ward Demo
cracy last evening was well attended and
a spirit of lively animation was manifest
ed. Encouraging reports were received
from various sources and complete arrange
ments were made for all the necessary work
of preliminary organization. The meeting
adjourned te meet at the central headquar
ters next Friday at 8 p. m.
Messrs. D. drove, A. Beckhiil, A. Sour
beer, of 1 larher, and Jehn Kepncr, and
James 1. Garvin, of this city, spent yester
day fishing at ' Eshleman's, near the head
of MundeiTs island in the Susquehanna.
They had a very enjoyable day and as fine
a string of fish as has been brought home
by any of our fisherman for a long time.
Neglect of Duty.
Complaint is made that the assessors of
AVashingten borough neglect or refuse te
hang up their books and registry list at
the voting places. They should have done
se some time age. There is no excuse for
net doing it and if they fail te de se they
arc punishable at law for their failure.
Sale of Ileal Kstate.
L. D. Gallagher, auctioneer, sold th c
farm of Jacob Swade, 4 miles north of
Mount Jey (sand laud), 127 acres, for $12,-
000, te Christian Geed, jr., of Itaphe twp.
Frem Princeton Seminary.
At the Presbyterian memorial mission
chapel, the preaching te-morrow evening
will he by Jehn Kerr, of Princeton theo
et'K kkgulau cokkkspendknce.
Tlie Churches Personal Items Arclieiy
General Boreugli News.
The Rev. M. P. Deyle will preach in the
United Iircthrcn church, corner of Third
and Perry streets, te-morrow morning and
There will be no services in the Presby
terian church te-morrow morning or even
ing, by reason of the absence from town of
Rev. J. McCoy, pastor of the church.
The Heme Communion will give a pic
nic in lleise's weeds en Wednesday, Au
Miss Minnie Graybill, of Leavenworth,
Kan., is visiting Mrs. Dr. S. A. Duckius.
The colored cornet band will held a
picnic in lleise's weeds en Thursday. Au
gust 20th. lllackseu's orchestra has been
engaged' for the occasion.
Mr. S. IJ. McCerklc left hcie yesterday
en a week's visit te Chestnut Hill, Phila
delphia. Postmaster Mullen has moved into the
house lately occupied by William M. Ste
venson, and Mr. Stevenson has taken the
house vacated by Mr. Mullen. It was an
C XCU 111 ffti
The HcV. J. AV. Dcsheiig will elliciate in
the Church of Ged te morrow.
The funeral of Mrs. Sallie Blackwood
took place ycsteiday allcrnoeu, fiem the
residence of Mr. Ed waul II Stamau, Ne.
057 Locust stieet. The interment was
made at Mount IScthcl cemetery.
The Columbia Knights Templar who
participated in the grand conclave at
Chicago have returned home.
Kate HinklCjOf Marietta, was arrested by
Constable Stahl en complaint of Emma
Webster charging the defendant with
assault and battery. The paities were
taken before Justice Evans whedischarged
the defendant en giving bail te keep the
Yesterday a number of Pennsylvania
railroad fiiemcu from Columbia as well as
several from Ilarrisburg were takcu te the
hiijierintendant's efiicc at Philadelphia, and
given an examination for nrometioii. Six
of the Columbia men passed the ordeal with
Hying colors and their names have been
placed en the " list of engineers." Three
Ilarrisburg men were equally fortunate.
The Columbia men who have been pro
moted are : Samuel Mullen, Simen Wayne,
Geerge Ewing, Adam lleisingcr, Daniel
lleltzman aim Jehn Kelly.
Five members of the liebin Heed arch
ery club went out te sheet yesterday, and
this is the way they shot :
W. 11. Moere 2:5
Alfred C. Uriuier 1 1
L. AV. Richards 11
L. K. Fendersinith
C. C. KaufTman 1
The town clock is again out of gear.
Last night at eleven o'clock it struck but
four times, and the same irregularity
marked ether hours. This morning it com
menced striking and kept the thing up for
several minutes in all somewhere near
two hundred soundings of the gong.
(Juke a commotion was caused en Locust
street, near Fifth, yesterday, and a crowd
attracted, by a quarrel between a railroader
and his wife ever her demand for a division
of his wages. He slapped her, she cried
'murder" and declared her arm was
broken; the neighbors lushed in and the
family jar became the scandal of the com
munity. At about one e'ek-jk yesterday morning
bhertly after the return of the P. R. II.
excursion train from Atlantic City special
officers Dysinger and Redcuhauscr weie
considerably stirred" by hearing the cry
of " murder"' several limes repeated, ami
apparently by women. Rushing in the di
rection of the sound, they seen found
themselves en AValnut street, opposite the
head of Commerce street. The cries con
tinued, but the officers diving the " whys'
and " wherefores,"' returned te their heats.
The itaen for all the hubbub, as we hear
it, is, that the landlord of a certain house
in the neighborhood turned out of doers
the female inhabitants en dixhubillc, and
that they made the noise thinking te com
Lancaster Ceuntians Away Frem Heme.
Rev. Uriel Graves has resigned the pas
torate of St. Jehn's English Evangelical
Independent Lutheran church, which he
founded about six ycais age in l.altimere.
His congregation became tired of political
Geerge Miller, a bright looking youth,
about 18 years of age, who says he is from
Paradise township, Lancaster county, was
arrested last night by Officer Shelter for
stealing cakes from the tables at the llcs-
! cue festival in Yerk.
The Mcchanicsburg Siturdai hecuixj
Journal complains that when the Lancaster
band went through that town the ether
! day with the Knights of Pythias, the mu-
sicaus " allowed their insiiitincnts u re
main as silent as an oyster, notwithstand
ing each and every man could divine from
the ceunlcnaeces of the crowd at the de
pot, with mouths drawn up like a persim
mon and.cars expanded toasininelengitiule,
that we were just dying for one of the-e
! captivating reels that tins o.iue is se cele
KIDS VOll COAL,
I'm- Mendial and AlmsJiiiiisc Ce:ili-.t-t
The heard of peer diieelers te-day
opened the bids for supplying the alms
house and hospital with coal for the endu
ing season, the bids were as fellows :
J. Stewart & Sen., for 1,000 tens of
Enterprise, or medium broken and egg.
."?;5.09: Lvkens Valley stove, SO. 74; Dal-
timere company broken egg
Gorrecht & Ce.: Black diamond broken
egg, $3.47 ; medium (equal te Enterprise),
$"1.43 ; Lykcns Valley stove, $3.52.
II. Baumgardner & Ce. : 1,000 tens egg
and broken ceaL $3.48 ; 2-" tens Lykcns
Valley stove, $3.80.
The contract was awarded te Gorrecht
This morning about the close of the
market, Mrs. Samuel C. Sellers, of Man
leim township, who had attended market,
U sell country preducclaid her pocket-book
ei the market stall, with the intention of
emoting her money. Just then two young
ucn who were peddling handkerchiefs
tlireitiih market, came along and while one
e them engaged her attention trying te
sdl her a handkerchief the ether threw a
hindkerchicf en her pocket-book and then
phked up both handkerchief and pockct peckct pockct
beikaud walked off. Complaint was made
before Alderman McConemy and two ped
dkrs were taken into custody, but Mrs.
Sellers declared they were net the men
wh robbed her, and they were discharged.
An Klegnnt Car.
"lie advance car of tlic (.treat Londen
cirais and Saucer's Iteyal ISritish menage
rie united with the jjicat International Ten
Allied shows, arrived in this city this inorn inern
inr, and may be seen standing en a siding
nen- the Pennsylvania railroad depot. The
interior of the car is arranged for the ac ac ac
coiunedation of the advance agents and
bil -pesters and has storage room in its
many compartments for tens and tens of
liters and ether ornamental printing.
The exterior of the car is elaborately
laintcd with menagric and circus attrac
tions net the least" of which are several
icturcs of the wonderful baby elephant.
Annie "Widemcyer a young girl aged 1G
ears, who en the 18th iust, left Jacob
Minniclr s near Millport, Warwick lowu lewu
4iip. where she had been living for some
time previous, and of whose whereabouts
nothing could be learned, was found this
morning in the home of a family living net
far from this city. She was taken back te
We have an immense stock of Black Cashmeres in best makes, which we are offering at Lewest Prices.
An immense stock of BLACK SILKS, in all grades, at Lewest Prices.
Percales and Lawns, Prints, Dress Ginghams, in New Fall Styles just opened.
An Immense Stock of all kinds
CARPETS! NEW STYI.ES OPENING DAILY.
CilVLEE, BOWEKS & HTJEST,
25 East King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
Al.lltlR Bey Badly Hurt.
This afternoon about a quarter befeie -1
o'clock the vuleanizcr in Dr. J. B. Mc
Caskcy's office exploded with a loud rc rc
jtert, shattering the windows of the build
ing and severely wounding Dr. McCaskcy's
A piece of the exploded instrument
struck the boy en the back of the neck
close te the base of the skull, cutting a
deep gash mere then two inches in length.
Smaller pieces of the machine struck him
in the head inflicting less serious wounds.
Ne cause for the explosion is known, as
Dr. McCaskcy says the stcamgauge show
ed everything te be working properly.
Iciuii:i1 raragrniilis Leral Interest.
Miss Mary Johnsten, of Beverly, N. J.,
daughter of the late Chas. M. Johnsten, or
Drumerc, is the guest of her uncle .1. M.
Johnsten, of this city.
Mrs. E. J. Downey went te Atlantic
City te-day. Her daughter, Miss Emma
L. Downey is at the same popular water
Miss Ida Ileiscr returned te her home
in this city en Thursday after a tour of
mere than" a year in the far AVcst during
which time she visited Trinidad and Buf
falo. Denver, Lcadville and ether points of
interest in Colerado.
Hctcntli AVard lIe.
The pole te be erected by the Junier
Hancock Club of tiic Seventh AVard. in
front of Utzinger's saloon, en Middle
street, was hauled through town this
afternoon. It is a beautiful and shapely
tree of 110 feet length, and the boys ex
pect te have a geed time this evening
when they put it up.
Broke tlm Heg Jail.
Last evening between 7 and 10 o'clock,
some one broke oil" the padlock of the dog deg
pound and turned loose all the imprisoned
dogs six in number. The police arc look
ing for the jail breakers.
A llfsliep in tlie l'linlt.
Bishop Vail, of Kansas, will preach in
SI. Jehn's Free church te-morrow morn
ing and evening at the usual hours.
I! you uiv troubled Willi deranged kidneys,
delay nel, but el one et l'rel'. (Juilinetti-V,
Ficucli Kidney I'adf, and you will be cured.
lleichiint-.' excursion te Ceney Island and
Brighten J.caeli, en Tlmidiiy, AutfU-t i'!.
Tickets iieiltively fjoed fur t we days, te return
en any train Irein .Jersey Cilyer I'liiladeipliia.
t'.uv ler the round trip only $1.7.. Special
trains leave l.auca'-U'r (Kimr street )att:lH)a.in.
ami Columbia at -Inte a. in. Fer full particulars
scr peters and circulars at all stations en i:.
and C. I. It. :iusl'J,-:i,SV-l,'i"&2tw
Query I'eestliu note shaver shave with Cu
And clean your mouth afterward.-. Willi SO
Z01)OXT,nnil your teeth will be in condition
te de their work for year. Tlieus:inds of dys
peptics "letted their teod because they had no
jjoed tcelli te masticate properly. Clicw line,
eat Mew, and tiseSOZOliONT.
The care-worn and ever-worked llnd coin cein coin
terl and strength in Malt Bitters.
!l is iiuiiesMhlc for a woman alter a faithlul
cei:r-e el'trcalnicnt with l.ydia K. l'iiikhain's
Vegetable Compound te continue te sutler
with a weakness et the uterus, l-'nelesc a
stamp te Mrs. l.ydia K. I'iukham, i Western
avenue, I.vun, "tlas.s., for pamphlets.
Fer lifty years 'Sellers' l.iver 1'itls" have
brought health and happiness in thousands of
homes. Ask your druggist ter them.";
Try l.eelier's Hciieiviicd Ceuh Syrup
.tletltei-s! .lletlK-i:: -tlelliers::!
Are you ilNtmhcd at nhiht and broken et
your rest !y a sick cldld suircrinjj and crying
uilli llHTXeriieiatiiui p.iin el cutting teeth?
It se. no at once an. I jret abut tie efMUS. WINS
MMV'SSOOIIMNl'M ItlJP. It will relieve the
peer little siilierer imincdialciy depend upon
it: there is no inistakealieul.it. Iheiv 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 fjivc '"est te the mother, and relief
ami health te the child, operating like magic.
It is peri'eelly -afu te use in all cases, and pleas
ant, te the taste, and is the prescription el one
et tin: eldest auiibe.-tfeniah; physicians and
nuie.s in t he I'niled states. Sold everywhere
i" cents a bottle. U7-lydAw .M.W&S
Try i.echer'.s I'enewueil Cough Syrup.
My life wastaved liy
and'l.ivcr Cure. .V. JS.
If you want le have
enjoy health, take '
a geed appetite and
Dr. I.iudsey's ISoed
(Ixe et the greatest charms of Dr. Krou u
iug's Tonic and Alterative N the small bize of
tin: dose. The various delicate combinations
of drugs arc concentrated In theme.st careful
manner, and finally brought together by a
series of original processes ; consequently the
dose i-i only one teaspoeutul for an adult
and smaller in piopertion for children. It is
taken once before each meal. Last but net
least, : ."() cent bottle lasts ten days, while a $1
bottle lasts twenty-four days, for sale by the
Proprietor, W. Champien ill-owning, 1117 Arch
street, Philadelphia, and all Druggists.
Try Lecher's Keuewncd Ceunii Syrup.
" Jirmvn's Jlrenehial Troches'" are used with
advantage te alleviate Coughs, Sere Threat,
Hoarseness and Itrenehial AlfccUnns. Fer
thirty years these Troches have been in use,
with annually increasing favor. They are net
new anil 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.
"Jretw's Jlrenehial Treches'1 net directly
en the organs ortheveiee. They have an ex
traordinary eirect in all disorders of the Threat
and Larynx, restoring a healthy tone w hen re
laxed, either lrem cold or ever-exertion or the
voice, and produce a clearand distinct enunci
ation. Kjteakcr and Sitifferx Hni the Troches
A Cough, Celd, Catarrh ei Sere Threat re
quires immediate attention, as neglect often
times results in some incurable Lung Disease.
Breicti's Jlrenehial Troches " will almost in
variably give relief. Imitations arc offered for
sale, many el which arc injurious. The genu
ine "Brown? Bronchial Troches" are sold
enlu in boxes. 1anl3-lyd&wTn,Th4S
at Lewest Prices.
Among tlie many advantages gained by our change of business
location, an Lnpertant ene is the enlarged rooms and improved fa
cilities of our REPAIR DEPARTMENT. With our present corps
of skilled mechanics and complete equipment of machinery and
tools we are are prepared te execute and warrant all work on en
trusted te us.
MUSICAL BOX REPAINING,
MONOGRAM INSCRIPTION AND
ORNAMENTAL ENGRAVING. &c.
A great variety of new work in original designs will be produced
in our own manufactory. Any orders for specialties will be filled
at short notice and te the satisfaction of our customers. Old Geld
or Silver bought, taken in exchange, or made into new goods.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 West King Street.
BE-OPEEED FOR BUSINESS.
We are ;;lad le aunouuee te our friends that we have completed the alterations In our main
storeroom and new eiler a very full and complete stock ter their inspection, including
Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Spectacles, American and Fine French Clocks, &c.
Auieni; the ditlereul makes of Watches we carry we call especial attention te
THE LANCASTER WATCH
a-: one el the I'e-t in the market.
Our Spectacle Department includes the
Arundel Tinted Lenses,
w hieh allerd mere eonitert te the eyes than any ethers. Special attention given te fitting gla-.;-es
te weak and defective cye-3.
Our laeiliUes ler business in our SALKS, MANUFACTU1U.NU ami ICKl'AlillNU depart
ments are much better than they were, and we feel reasonably sure of meeting the wants' of
these who favor its with their trade. We extend a cordial invitation te all tecall,assuring I hem
polite attention, lair dealing and low prices.
EDW. J. ZATTM, Jeweler.
Znli ill's Cerner, Lancaster, Pa.
THE LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK OP
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, &C,
la the city, is lobe Keen at the Werk et
NORBEOK & MILEY,
PRACTICAL CARRIAGE BUILDERS,
COR. DUKE AND VINE STS., LANCASTER, PA.
S-COX & CO.'S
Tin: Sleck includes all the
LATEST STYLES SPRINGS,
ucliasthi; r.rewster, Whitney, Saliilce Triple, Empire 'Cress Spring, Dexter Queen, Oiiplex
ml Klliptie, and tliey will also make te order any style a purchaser may desire. Repairing
fall kinds promptly attended te. AU work guaranteed for ne year.
" OUR -WORK SUSTAINS OUR "WORD."
IVarm Weather and its KH'ects.
Many people, especially ladies, complain at
this season of the year of a general weakness
or ('ebility. The use of Speer's Pert Grape
Wine prevents this. The wine is Klid te have
a most wonderful etlcct in giving strength.
iger and tone te the whole system. It is ex
tensively used by ladies nursing, or about te
nurse infants. This wine isnetamanufaeturcd
article no liquor isadded te it. Itis no patent
medicine or cordial humbug, but is a superior
wine of the Oporto grape. Itis pure, old, un
adulterated wine, nothing mere or less. Mr.
Speer has been supplying hospitals with his
wine for many years past. It is said te be un
surpassed for summer complaints, mid for
weakly persons. The price is low ter se excel
lent a wine, and no family need be with-.ut it.
This wine is endorsed by Drs. Atlee ami
Davis, and sold by II. 1. Slayiuakcr.
Try Lecher's Uenewned Cough Syrup.
Iitvijj. In this city, enthc'Jlst inst., Marga
ret Irvin, aged 03 yean and '1 weeks.
The relatives and lricudsefthc family arc
respectfully invited te attend the funeral
from her late residence. Ne. 21 Market street,
en Monday alternoen at 2 o'clock. Interment
at Lancaster cemetery 11
.VE W Al VJSlt TXSJiJUHA'TS
(11.AKIH SAUEIC. KRAUT LUNCH THIS
JT (SATUI.DAY) EVKN1NG, at
IIKM.Y NK AM Klt'S SALOON,
Cor. et Orange and Water Streets.
I.est of IScer en tap. ltd
Thee Stere Frent Dwelling. Ne. 45
Orange street. Terms low.
-UK UKGULAKMONTJII.Y IHl'KTING OF
. the Union liuihliugaml Lean Association
held en MONDAY' livening at y.
Sale of money at ! o'clock
ATTENTION FRIENDSHIP 1KK COM
pany. Special meeting. These members
who have a personal interest in the company
will meet at the engine house en MONDAY
EVENING, at VA o'clock,
ltd " JACOB l.EKSK, Scc'3'.
IX Having closed my branch Dental Office at
Columbia, Pa., in March last, my time is new
entirely devoted te practice at n:y principal
office, Ne. 48 North Duke street, Lancaster, Pa.
Established in the county since 18W).
ltd J. S. SMITH. D. D. S.
rSAiTKUK II. & is.
The stockholders' monthly meeting will
be held this evening at the hall, opening at 7
o'clock. Meney soul at 'J o'clock. Minimum
premium. 25 cents lowest in the eitv.
ltd J. D. PYOTT, Sec'y,
HOG AND SAUERKRAUT
Lunch this evening at the Maner hotel.
West King street. Milwaukee beer en tap.
GAS AND STEAM PITTING
Shertzer, HmnplireYille & Kieffer.j
Bargains in DRESS GOODS. Bargains
IsiIOrTHOKPK-A BOABD1NG SUUOOL
ler Girls, Itethlcliem, Pa. Scheel year be
gins September 15, 1880. Xumlxtr or Scholars
limited. Fer circulars address MISS FANNY
L. WALSH, Principal. Kcfcrs te Hen. S. II.
Reynolds, Hen. H. Jf. North, Charles F. Hagcr,
Gee. M. Kline, esq., and Gee, Calder, jr.
Ne. 10,r North Queen street for
and KCftt I'UUTS AND SHOES.
105 Sign of the 151? Shee.
I.M POUT ANT TO REAL KSTATK OtVN
KHS. About September 1 we will issue
our Monthly Catalogue et Kent Kstate for sale.
it you nave property 10 sen, avail yourselves
Agents, 3 North Duke street, Lancaster, Pa.
Lancaster Ml Ge. Watcli,
in Ibk. Geld Cases,
in Ilk. Geld Cases.
! West End,
in Silver Hunting Cases.
in Silver open-face Cases.
Ne. 20 East King Street, Lancaster, l'a.
Next Doer te the Court Heunr,
Have opened this day large lines of
11LEACIIED AND UXBLEACIltfD MUSLINS,
all the populer makes at less than regular
We have just received large lines of PIJ.INTS,
of best quality, light and dark, in
Remnants at 5 and 6 1-4 Cents.
in all the new styles.
Red, White, Grry , Canten and Deraet
LINENS, NAPKINS AND TOWELS, in large
CHEAPER THAN EVER!
SATUBDAY EVENING. AU3. 21, 1880.
THE FIELD OF HONOR.
THE HOPE-LAMB DUEL AVERTED.
A CROOKED BROKER.
Mere of Alliger RaRcalitlr.
The Swimming Match. Fatal Affray at :
Cirrus. Death of Noted Actress, cic.
IIOSTILK MCKT1NG FRUSTRATED.
The Mayer of Norfolk, Va., Arrested While
en his Way te the Dueling Ground.
Xei.i'Oi.i:, Va., Aug. 21. Tlie duel that
was te have takeu place this morning be
tween James B. Hep:;, editor of the Nor
folk Landmark, and William Lamb, mayor
of Norfolk, was prevented by the arrest of
Mayer Lamb, just as he was leaving his
house for the place of meeting. He was
bound ever te keep tlt icacc in $20,000
WORSE AND MURK OF IT.
Anether Serious Charge Against au Insur
New Yeuk, August 21. The case of
Elijah Alliscr. the insurance broker, ac
cused of negotiating a thousand dollar
stolen railroad bend, was again before the
police justice this morning. Quite a sen sen
satien was caused by an efliccr preferring
another charge against him. In February
last a Wcstpert, Connecticut, bank was
robbed of a large amount, and among
Hhcr things eleven thousand dollars
worth of bends. The latter were traced
te a bank in this city, where Alliger had
hypothecated them. The examination
adjourned until Monday.
THi; SWIMMING MATCH.
ltoyten and Fcarn at It Again.
Atlantic City, Aug. 21. Uoyten ami
Fcarn started in the international swim
ming match te-day, the former te swim
two miles and a half and the latter two
miles. They entered the water at 1.02
p. m. and Beyten at ence took the lead.
There is a stifl' breeze blowing and the sea
Fatal fight at a Circus.
Meickistuwn, Tcnn., August 21. A
general disturbance occurred here last
evening between seme drunken men who
were attending a circus and efliccrs of the
law. Town Marshal James T. Merris and
Benj. F. Richardson were killed outright,
Sheriff Loep dangerously wounded. Great
Te-Uay's ICacIng at Saratoga.
Sai-atoea, Aug. 21. First race : Dan
Sparling, first ; Florence B second ;
Marchioness, third. Second race : Gener
al Philips, lirst ; Cainmie
Governer Hampton, third.
Chcckinate, first ; Clarenden, second ;
Dawn, third. Fourth race (steeple chase) :
Disturbance, lirst ; Darby, second.
Washington, D. C, Aug. 21. Fer the
Middle Atlantic states, stationary or
higher barometer, nearly stationary tem
perature, clear or partly cloudy weather,
preceded by local rains in eastern portions
Yacht Squadron Disbanded.
Ni'wrei.T, R. 1., Aug. 21. The New
Yerk yacht -fniadren disbanded this morn
Monmei'Tii Pakk, Aug. 21 The
wcatlier exceedingly het but the track in
excellent condition. Blazes, lirst ; Shark,
second ; Strathspcg, third.
Anether Noted Actress Dead.
Londen, Aug. 21. The celebrated
actress Mrs. Charles Kcau, formerly Miss
Ellen Tree, is dead.
XH IV Alt VEltTJSliMXSTS.
(1RKAT KXCITKMKNT! I HAVK NOW
J en hand Chas. Weltcr's Culchratcd ISA
VAKIAN Itl'KK nenehcttrr in the mniki-t.
1 have also two splcudid ISaKnlulh: Heard-",
where all are invited te try theirskill and thus
Kive vigor te the mind, action te the muscles,
and pleasure te the soul.
ltd Ticmenl Heuse, North tji.eeii Street.
Ten-roomed, two-story and Mansard reef,
CJrceii Stene Frent Dwellings,
Nes. IJUanil L West Orange Street.
With all the best
including Jcnning's improved Londen water water
cIecLs marble-top washstand, improved w.-dl-ed-in
range, cellar heater, ported drainage and
sewerage, deep, drv cellar, white marble bac
and steps, &c., c.'Let 22 by 215 lect te a I l-feet
wide alley, front yard 21 lect in depth, incle-ed
with ornamental iron fence.
Fer tcrinx, &, apply te
JOHN II. MKTZLKIt,
aug21-W&Stfd Ne. 9 Seuth Duke St.
On WKDNKSDAV. AC(i;sT25. 1KM), will
be seli I at Ne. 2.S Kast Vine street, Lancaster
city, l'a., the tallewing, te wit: Twe Hcd
steails anil JSedding. one Gas-burner Steve,
Cabbage Cutter, pair of Steel-yards (weighs
JKllbs), Weed Chest, Iren Kettle, unit ether
Household Furniture. A large let et New
Carpenter toeN, censitting of Millwright,
Wagenmaker and Plough Blaniitacturing
Teel, Grindstone, Shavingherse, Selder Tools, Toels,
Cupboard und Chests, Workbench, all kinds
et l'laucs ami a large let of Chisels from 3 te
inch: Unices and Hits, Square and Compass,
and in fad almost anything that can be men
tioned in the line et toeN. A large Diamond
(last Cutter, a pair et Patent Hulleyes Vise,
set of Clamps, l'liuch Machine, two ets Screw
plates for cutting bras or iron, and in short a
llrst-classet et tools for all kinds of mechan
Sale te commence at le o'clock A. M.etsaid
da-, and te continue until all is sold, when
attendance will be given and conditions et
sale will be made known by
S. Hess Si Sen, Auets. niigSI-'Ud
" M USIVAL LNSTKVSWNTS.
Lancaster Orp IidW
Without a doubt furnish the FINEST IN
STRUMENTS in the Market. Warerooms 320
North Queen street. Manufactory in the rear.
Branch Office, 15- East King Street.
Alex. McKillips, Proprietor.
Alse Agent ter Lancaster County for
CHICKEKING SON'S Celebrated
A Full Line ei Sheet ami ether Music, Small
Instruments. Violins, Uanjes, Band Instru
ments, 4c, always en liand. fl3-lydS&lyw
KIDNEY WOKX rORSALE AT LOCH
, era Drug Stere, 9 East King street.
Hew Yerk Market.
Nkw Tene. Aug. 21. Fleur State and West
cm dull without quotable c'miige; Southern
Wheat, MJc: bettar, iairlyactlve: specula
tive trade. Ne. 1 White, September.! u10Sc;
October. $ OSc: Ne. 2 Red September, l OS
pl OSic; doOcteber.il tai e.
Cern prices about Ic better, fairly active;
Mixed western spot, SOQilUc ; de future,
eata decidedly tinner: Sate, 40lJe.; West
FwiT.tuW.THlA. Amr. 21. Fleur uuchanired.
but slew of sales; superflne")2 503; extra ft 50
a00; Ohie and Indiana family $5 0U5 75 ;
Pcnn'alamil-rdefl75a325: St. Leuis family at
$5 SOttti 00 ; Minnesota family 5 25a M ; pateut
and Eigh grades ft SOfS w.
Kye dour at $1 50.
Wheat firmer with better dciuad: Ne. 2
Western Bed fl 07c; Penn'a Ked $t 07!X;
Amber $1 e;;;c.
Cern strong ; steamer 5Sc: yellow 53c; mixed
eats firm; Ne. 1. White t(M?lle: Ne.
2, de 39c; Ne. 3. de;7e; Ne.?, MixeirSJc.
Kye wanted at 75c.: none e tiering.
Previsions tirui. with geed jebbing: mrss
perk fl Ublt 50; beet hiuns 21 MQ-ii 50;
Indian ni.'ss beet at 1 te ; bacon smoked
shoulders 7e; salt de W'.e: smoked hams
ll13c; pickled hams lullc.
Lant firm ; city kettle at 'Je ; loose
butchers' 8c ; prime steam S-'-j'c.
Butterstc.ul v with better demand : Crcamerv
extra 252Ge; Creamery geed te elieice 22fl
21c; Bradford county and New Yerk extra.
222e ; Western rctrvti extra It;I7c; de goeil
te choice l!tc; Kells dull; IVnn'a extra
13J?1G; Western reserve extra Ltti Itk;.
Eggs scarce and higher; Penusylvauiautl'Jc;
Cheese tinn with small suvplv; New Yerk
full cream I2l-.y-e: Western lull cream ll
ll.cale fair te geed li'SIJe; de hair skims
Petroleum linn ; rctlned :K:
Whisky Ml'i '
Seeds Goeil te prime Clever liriiiat$S5u
6'JOO; Timethy linn at 2 tt)g2 7t: Flaxseed
qulctat $1 27.
i'lllLADKLrillA. Aug. 21.
12:30 r. M. 3:J0 r. m.
Stocks II nil.
Pen mi it's (third issue) lix'K
Philadelphia & Erie Wa3X
Heading I2il2'4 ....
Lehigh Valley. A'.'SI
United Ces. et N. J it's
Northern Pacific :ief
" Pretcrrett SS
Northern Central 'n,A($'-Z7'--
Leliigli Navigation Xwa'3-
Nornstewn ................. .iecs
Central Transportation Ce. 411
Pitts., Titusville A P.uirule. 12;I2JK
.'E'.V VOKIC, Allg. 21.
N. Y. Central
Chicago ft Ueeklslaml...
nusDurgii A, tort waync.ii.
Western Union Tel. Ce lnr.,.
Teledo & Wabash tti-'j
New Jcrsny Centnil 77JT.
Ontario Veturit 2t
United Status Itends ami Sterliii'j Kvchaiigx
(Quotations by B. K. Jamisen & Ce., S. W.
Cor. 3d and Chestnut Streets).
Philadelphia. Aug. 21.
United StatcsiTs, 1SSI, (registered). .lftPjOHM
United States .Vs. 1KS, (registered). A0i;(fi$WS!i
United States 4J4's, IKIL (registered)lKl (DIKl'.J
United States 4y.'s,ls:l,(eou)ens).. .Ill lll
United States I's, 1!K7. (n-gistercd)..t'K;Mf"0UO
Unlteil States Currency .ti's 125 bid.
Sterling Exchange k'i.Vti! l$4$
LADIES AND GKNTS
It you want a
GOOD FITTING BOOT OR SHOE,
Bcady-madc or mutlu te order, call at
Ne. 105 North tjiicen Street.
Custom Werk a Specialtv. ieJiWAWtld
IIOKACCO ItAISKRS NOTICK.
The Penn'a Mutual Hall Insm-niiei; Com
pany is new reatly te bind the insurance, ami
issue policies against hail damage te tobacco.
Kales reduced. Insure before It is tee late, at
BAUSM AN ft BUKNS'S. Ins. Agents.
Office, 10 West Orange Street.
100 Tens ei Rags Wanted,
Fer which the hlghe.it price will be paid.
sy CENTS PKK POUND FOK GOOD
The highest price paid ter Woolens, Old
Paper, Beeks, Ac. Ten Itag Asserfers wan leil
te whom the highest price will be paid.
JOHN A. SHOBER,
Cor. North (iiieeu ami Orange Street:!,
yO-tf.lU i.anci'.stcr. Pa
J. B. MARTIN & CO.
Opening New Fall Patterns in
FULL LINES OK
Venitl in Hall and Stair, Extra Stipiir anil In
All Grades Wall Papers.
Window Shades and Fixtures.
J. B. lartin & Ce.
WANTKI..KVKISYIJOnY TO AOVKIt
tie, fn-e of charge, in the Imtklliokh Imtklliekh
ceb. who wants seniethhig te de.
WANTKD-OLD UOILSK SIIOKS AT THE
Penu Beiling Mill, Iauca-itcr, ter which
the highest price will be paid. augl:i-eawtfd
WAKTKII-TU1- UNDKKSIGNKD WILL .
go out nursing. Apply at Ne. 1 10 North
Water street. FANNY KLLIOTT.
WANTED-A SITUATION AS COACH-.
man. geed recommendations furnished.
Apply at 2j2 West Orange street. Zt
WANTED lEMALKHKI.r. SITUATION
permanent if satisfactory te employer.
Make immediate application te II. II. Power,
proprietor City Hetel. ltd
ANTKD.-S.1.000 FOK AFIItST MOICT-
GAGEenCitvKeal Kstate, worth $10,
000. JOHN II. MKTZLKIt,
ltd Ne. 'J Seuth Duke St.
f V A steady job at house-painting in this
city ; bar-tending, or tin-smithing under in
structions. Call at the Swan Hetel before Wed
nesday evening. W.
ANTKD A SITUATION AS HOUSK-
kecper by athoreugh competent icrseu.
Can furnish best of city reference;; references
exchanged. Apply at Ne. 17 Seuth Prince
S treet. M ISS BKO WN.
I.-STATE OK A'UKE V STKWAKT, LATE
J of Lancaster City, deceased. The under
signed Auditor, appointed te distribute the
balance remaining in the hands of Jehn B.
Geed, esq., trustee te sell real estate, te and
among these legally entitled te the same, will
sit for that purpose en WEDNESDAY, the
23th day or AUGUST, 1880, at 10 o'clock a. m.,
in the Library Beem et the Court Heuse, m
the city of Lancaster, where all persons Inter
ested in said distribution may attend.
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