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LANCASTER 1AILY INTELLIGENCER MONDAY AUGUST 23, 1880.
afternoon from a visit te Delaware Water
Gap, Camden, Philadelphia, and ether
A dance was given in Vigilant hall en
Saturday evening, by an association com
posed of members of the Vigilant Ore com cem
pany, at which "Wolfe's orchestra furnished
the music The affair was a success.
Services were held as usual in the E. E.
Lutheran church yesterday morning and
evening, the pastor Rev. F. W. Staley of
ficiating. The church has been closed for
several weeks past, owing te the abscn
of the pastor en his summer vacation,
v Mr. Scner Bletz left here this morning te
attend the Lebanon Valley college at Ann
The Reading & Columbia railroad pay
car put in an appearance this morning and
the employees of the company at this place
were paid'fer work pefernicd during the
month of July.
A number of cigarmakcrs employed by
Mr. Jehn Fcndiich left here en Friday te
encamp for several days at Green Point,
opposite lower Marietta. The majority of
the party returned en Saturday and yester
dry, net being able te stand the swarms of
mosquitoes te be found at the camping
A sample helmet of tin, with brass band
and brass top, has been received by the
Garfield and Arthur club of this place.
A little son or Special Officer William
Brady.dicd efdiphthcria this nierning.agcd
two years. The funeral will tike place
te-morrow afternoon. This is the second
of diphtheria's victims in Mr. Brady's
Mr. Jehn Fcndrich has just received
from Philadelphia a new wagon for haul
ing purposes. It will be used in connec
tion with his cigar establishment.
. Krent Acress the County Much.
Cecil county, Md., will held an agricul
tural fair en the l:lth, 14th and leth of
The Mycrstewn, Lebanon county Sen
tinel comes te us in mourning this week,
its editor, Jonathan Lcfller, having died en
the lGtii, inst.
Jeremiah II. l..piic, Republican mem
ber of the Legi.-.l.u.ire from the city of
Reading, is also 01. the Republican na
tional electoral ticlul.. Having awakened
te the fact that the two positions arc in
compatible, Mr. Uoa.ie will resign the lat
ter doubtful honor, lie didn't have much
coiilidcnce in his chili, .cs of getting into
the electoral college anyhow.
On Friday night thieves biekc into the
tarsonagcef the M. E. church, at Pert
Deposit,, occupied by Rev. N. M. Browne,
iiml family. Mr. Browne and family were
leuting at Weed Lawn and the parsonage
was closed. The thieves effected an ent
rance by cutting a shutter of the back
window and breaking a pane of glass, there
by securing an tttfy ingress. They ran
sacked the house, owning drawers, closets,
etc., and stele silver spoons, knives forks
and ether valuables.
Samuel S. Xirkwoed, of llarrisburg,
was taking the numbers of a train passing
westward en track Ne. 2, v. lien a shifter
pushing a number efjears came up the track
he was en. He had his back towards the
approaching cars, and as there -vas no one
iu the foremost car, nor any one near te
warn him, he was struck in the back by
the platform of the car and knocked down.
He fcH'vitlUhis right leg en the track.
His limb ras severed at the trunk by four
cars passing ever him, and he died from
McUALI.'S FUHKY ITEMS.
Democratic Pele ltulslng The Telegraph
On Saturday last there was a Hancock
and English pole raised in front f the
public house of Christian Ulllcman,' Lan
caster county side. Democrats in this sec
tion are very enthusiastic and confident of
the success "of the national ticket.
The A. & P. Telegraph Ce. are renew
ing Ibis line which passes this place, put
ting up new poles and four new wires ;
they have twenty men here new. On Sat
urday they had a vote en the presidential
question resulting in sixteen votes for
Hancock and Euglishand four for Garfield'
These men report that all along their line,
from (Pcnniugtenvillc) Atglcn te this
place, the Democrats seem confident of suc
cess, but that they seldom met a Garfield
man; if any were present they kept very
low. The Western Union Telegraph (Te.
have opened offices along the line of the
Columbia and Pert Deposit railroad for
The river is very low here new, bass
fishing is rather geed.
1.1st or Unclaimed Letters.
The following is a list of unclaimed let
ters remaining in the posteflico at Lancas
ter for the week ending Monday, Aug. 'J.",
Ijid ka ZM-Miss AbbiCjMissLis'.zie Baker
Mrs Agnes Beedy, Mrs. Matilda Foulk,
Emma Fisher, Miss Maggie Gray, Mrs. A.
Hamakcr, Miss Annie C. Hay, Miss Nettie
S. Ilerr, Mrs. Mary Ivecler, Miss Mauda
Miller, Mrs. Mattie Miller, Miss Yrcka
AV. Picrseii. (2), Miss Kale W. Reese.
Miss Alice. I). Senscuy.
Galls' I Axt Ames Altheusc. Jehn,
Heck, Mr. Brennemau. Jehn Beeth, Jehn
Charles, Edward Grolf, S. R. Hackenber
ger, J. M. Heir, Levi B. Hubcr, Stephen
Jeiick. A. J. Lewrv, Samuel Mewrcr, Lud-
wig until (ler.), -;- spencer, w. owau ewau owau
teu, Christian Ulmer.
Tlic Democratic County Committee.
There was an unusually full attendance
at the meeting of the Democratic county
committee this morning. The only busi
ness transacted was the assessment of the
candidates and a slight assessment upon
the several districts for the expenses of
the campaign ; the hearing of the reports
from tee several districts wuicii were um
fermly favorable te the prospects of a full
poll in the Democratic vote and no defec
tion from the Hancock ranks ; a general
disposition was manifested te held few
meetings prier te October 1 at least ; the
vacancy en the Assembly ticket from the
upper district caused by the withdrawal of
Ames Dillcr was filled by the nomination
of Cel. II. M. Bicncmau, of Elizabcthtewn.
Drunk and Disorderly.
On Saturday night Lewis Parks and G.
Morgan, both colored, were together near
Dr. Alice's and raised quite a disturbance.
Beth were disorderly and Parks was very
drunk and grossly insulted Dr. Atlce and
ethers. They were arrested and locked
up. Te-day they had a hearing before
Alderman Barr. Parks was scut te jail
for 20 days and Morgan was discharged en
payment of costs.
Oa Saturday evening the Democracy of
the Seventh ward erected a very handsome
hickory pole in front of Utzinger's saloon
en Middle street. It is a beautiful m1c,
straight as an arrow, and carries the names
of Hancock and English at the top.
Charged with Kebbery.
On complaint of Charles Kegel, Win
Franklin was arrested en Saturday night
charged with stealing from the complain
ants person $22 in money. He was held
for a hearing before Alderman Barr en
Kunday Scheel Celebration.
The Union Sunday school of Rciuholds Rciuhelds
villc held a large celebration in Jehn Hart's
grove, near that village, en Satuiday Last
The celebration was very largely attended.
The Sheridan band from Lebanon was in
Tf rnc iint. J.ipnh Kiirt.z hut Jehn Kurtz
against whom complaint was made before
Alderman A. F. Deunelly for rescuing an
unmuzzled deg from the city deg catchers.
The Vucanlzer Kxplosleu.
Brief mention was made iu Saturday's
Intelligencer of the explosion ofavul efavul
canizer in the office of Dr. J. B. McCaskcy,
whereby his little sen.aged about 13 years,
was severely injured. Tlie.vuicanizer is an
upright copper tube or boiler, about eight
inches iu height and four inches in diam
eter, and is used for heating and hardening
by steam pressure the rubber or vulcanite
plates upon which artificial teeth arc
mounted. The boiler is furnished with
a mercurial gauge te enable the operator
te knew exactly hew much pressure is in
the boiler. At the time of the accident
Dr. McCaskev, his little son, his brother
J. Newton McCaskcy, jind his student,
James Sullivan, were nT the room. The
gauge registered the proper pressure en
the boiler and all appeared te be going en
well, when a fearful explosion occurred.
The copper boiler was tern and twisted
into shreds. One fragment of it struck
Master McCaskcy en the back of the neck,
just below the base of the skull, making a
wound some three inches in length, and no
deep that one of the large sinews of the
neck is entirely dissevered. The brain is nei
injured, but the wound is nevertheless a
very dangerous one. Smaller fragments
of "the copper indicted less dangerous
wounds en his head.
Mr. Sullivan, who was standing some
distance away, was struck in the left breast
by a fragment of the exploded vuleanizcr,
but was net seriously hurt, the missile
striking flat, directly ever his watch and
crushing the case and ruining the works.
Newt. McCaskcy, who was sitting close
beside the vulcani.cr, escaped unhurt, a
fragment barely grazing. Anether fragment
llctf near the head of Dr. McCaskcy ami
passed out of the window. Anether im
bedded itself in the ceiling, and still ethers
damaged the walls and doorways.
DrMcCaskey can give no plausible rea
son for the explosion. The boiler itpjMUtred
te be amply strong te cany the pressure te
which it. was subjected, but te avoid the
possible recti! rencc of such an ae cident, lie
will build outside his vuleaniwr a heavy
ease made of boiler iron.
Salt) (' SlecKs.
Samuel I less & Sea, auctioneers, j-eld at
the Cooper house this afternoon the fol
lowing stocks :
10 shares Farmers" national bank stock
at $100 per share, bought, by Amaziah
10 shares ditto te same at !-0.).(i0 per
10 si i:ues Lancaster Ceiintj national
bank stock at $102.Hper share, bought, by
5 shares Lancaster and Fruitville turn
pike stock at $.11 per share, bought by
2(5 shares Lancaster and Manheini turn
pike stock at $S0.40 per share, bought, by
Israel L. I.iudis.
5 shares Lancaster and Susquehanna
turnpike stock, ."J277..10 per share, bought
by Jacob Bailsman.
2 shares Lancaster and Susqiieliauua
turnpike stock, $27 721 per share, bought
by Win. P. Briuteu.
C shares Lancaster and Susquehanna
turnpike sleck. $27.1.21 per share, bought,
by 11. U. Leng.
2 shares Lancaster and Kphrala turnpike
stock, $17.21 per share, bought, by Henry
7 shares Lancaster and Willow street,
turnpike stock $ 10.1.1 per share, bought by
Jeseph F. Herr.
10 share.; Marietta hollewwaro and en
ameling company stock $10:5."i0 per share,
bought by Jehn A Hicst.md.
5 shares Lancaster gas company stock
2f!,7.1 per share bought by Frank Shro Shre
der. 21 shares ditto $2S.01 per share ic same.
2.1 shares ditto $28.01 icr share te same.
21 shares ditto $28 per share te same.
1:19 shares ditto $27 per share te Gee.
5 shares Millcrsville street, railway stock
C2-5.21 per share, te Jacob Landk.
A Fall Frem n Second-story Window.
On Sunday morning, while fast asleep.
Geerge Brimmer, painter, residing at Ne.
107 Middle street, arose from his bed,
climbed out of a second-story front, window
and fell upon the front doer-sttqis, crush
ing them and severely injuring himself.
Although none of his bones were broken
by the fall, one arm and leg are severely
sprained and his face badly cut and bruised.
Dr.JIehn L. Alice, jr., attended him. His
wounds, though painful, aie net. considered
dangerous. Mr. B. was seen getting out.
of the window by Mrs. Tammany, a neigh
bor woman, but he fell before she had
time te call for assistance. He is some
what addicted te sleep-walking and would
have fallen from a back window some time
age, liad net his wife discovered and
nvfil.wiipil liim. llcsavshc has net the
slightest recollection as te hew the acci
dent happened, but having been working
en a hanging scaffold all week (at the
house of Isaac Dillcr, Seuth (Jucen street),
he supposes he was dreaming of going te
weik and stepped out of the window, ox ex
lecting te step 141011 the scaffold.
Dr. Klkuly the well-known horseman
and Jeseph R. Trissler an employee of
Messrs I). A. Altick & Sen-:, left their
homes after supper en Saturday evening
for a drive, and upon passing the Peacock
furnace while steam was blowing oil'
the horse became frightened and made
several buck leaps, and Dr. Eberly reach
ing ever the dasher for the lines, the horse
made a sudden jerk and the doctor found
his level by being tumbled te the ground
under the "bugy, the lines being pulled
along with liini." Mr. Trissler, en reaching
ti riurnin tin. lineu ('ill lowed "SIliL The
horse than ran as far as the first lellgatc,
and there was stepped te pay tne ten,
and was brought in by several gentlemen.
A few scratches but no serious injury.
ATTACKICI) V TKaMFS.
Severely l"ut with a Kazer.
About two o'eleck en Sunday morning
two drunken tramps called at the resi
lience of Samuel Snyder, Williaiuslewn,
this county, knocked at the deer and
demanded admittance. Mr. Snyder or
dered them oil but they would net go
and threatened te smash the deer iu. Mr.
Snyder then went down stairs with the
intention of driving them oil". A scufile
ensued during which one of the tramps
drew a razor and cut Mr. Snyder badly in
the head, face and side. They then ran
oil". The constable slatted in pursuit of
them, but at last accounts had net cap
Daniel Ilerr, of Pcijuea, ex-county treas
urer, whose barn was destroyed some time
age by lire, raised its its place en Satnulay
last one of the finest barns in the county.
About KM) men. under the siiperinlend siiperinlend
eneyef II. N. Urcucman, ci'-shcrill", and
Jehn Ingram, put up the structure.
Mr. li. McEIrey, postmaster at Cress
well, Maner township, killed a large black
snake some days age, containing 21 young
snakes from S te 10 inches in length. The
little reptiles were also dispatched.
Cene te Wattcids (ilcn.
II. Baiuugarducr and wife left Lancaster
te-day iii company with "W. V. Leekaid,
superintendent, Pennsylvania railroad, te
spend a feri night at and in vicinity of
liittcn by a. Hat.
This morning while Mr. CliarJc; A.
Rower, residing en IT. E. Johnsten's farm,
near this city, was taking a rat from ai
trap, it sprang at linn and bit linn in the
hand, indicting a severe wound.
A Happy Mas at Lockport, N. Y.
E. C. Williamson, of this place. Is rejoicing
ever the recovery of his wile, who lias been an
invalid ler the past lour years. She has re
gained her strength, her complexion is vastly
Improved, and she has walked mere in the past
month and is stronger and better than slie has
been in years. He attributes these happy re
sults entirely te Hay's Kidxxv Pai
Merchants excursion te Ceney Island and
ISrighten Beach, en Thursday, August iK.
Tickets positively geed for two days, te return
en any train from Jersey City or Philadelphia.
Fare ler the round trip only $1.73. Special
trains leave Lancaster (Kingstrect)at4:00 a.m.
and Columbia at 4:00 a. in. Fer full particulars
see pesters anil circulars at all stations en U.
and C. U. K. auS19,21,2:!,24,2r.&2tw
Emaciatieu, dropsy, mental and physical
weakness arrested by Malt Hitters.
Or high or low, or rich or peer.
Nene would foul teeth or breath endure,
If they but knew hew sure and swift
Was SOZODOXT, that priceless gift,
In givinc beaut j', life and tone
Te every charm the mouth can own.
The queen or medicinal se.qw, tins match lest
Cuticiira. .Sale, 1879, 4"0,00S cakes.
It ixjiiipo&dhle flora woman alter a raltlilnl
course of treatment with I.ydia K. iMnkham's
Vegetable Compound te continue te snllVr
with a weakness et the uterus. Knele-e a
stamp te Jlrs. I.ydia K. Plnkham, i Western
avenue, l.vnn, Mass., for pamphlets.
Tlie greatest medicine known ler producing
an uppcliti! is " Ir. I.indsey's IJIoed .Seatelii-r."
I Uelui Hays. Credit 1 l ., says : "Ills shoulders
were se lame for nine months that he could net
raise his hand te his head; but by the use et
lir. Thema-.' KclcetilcOil the pain and laine-iies-idUapiM-iired,
and although three uientlw
has elapsed, he has net had an attack et it
since. Fer sale byH. i:.;Cecliran,dntggi-d, 137
and 13!XnrthJiti'tni street. Lam-aster. ln. 3
Try Lechci's Renowned Cough Syrup
iUetlivrs! !H oilier"!! Mothers:!!
Are yen disturbed at night and broken et
your rest by a sick child sull'ering and crying
with I be excruciating pain et cutting teeth?
1 1 se. go at onto an.l geta bet lie of M RS. W I XS
I.OW'SSUOl'lllMi SYRUP, (twill relieve the
peer lit tie Mllfcivr immediately depend upon
II; there is nomNtakcabeiit.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
hewcN, ami give rest te the mother, and relief
and health te the child, operating like magic.
II : perfectly wife 1 use III all cases, and pleas
ant tethelastc, ami Is the prescription el one
el I li! eldest and best female physicians and
iimves in the United States. Sold everywhere
X fills a bottle. lil7-lyd.twM.WAS
Try Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup.
The Chicago Times savs: Warner's Safe
Kidney and l.ivcr Cure is highly endorsed by
minister, judges, physicians, siirgeeiw, by
uieii el literary and scholarly distinction, and
by individuals in all the walks et life. LI
l)xe el the greatest charms of Dr. Rrown Rrewn
ing's Tonic and Alterative Is the small size el
thede.se. The various delicate combinations
efdrugs are concentrated in the most careful
maimer, ami llnally brought together by a
scries of original processes ; consequently the
dose is only one teaspoenliil for an adult
and smaller in pioimrlien for children. It is
taken once before each meal. Last but net
tcasl, ii.r.tiieiit bottle iasts ten days, while a $1
bottle lasts twenty-tour days. Fer sale by the
Proprietor, W. Champien Rrewiiing, 1117 Aruli
strccl, Philadelphia, and all Druggists.
'When wise men speak let the multitude
giracar." Use "Sellers' Liver I'ilK" Sold by
Try Loeher" s Renowned Cough Syrup.
The Best Ferm.
The P.esf Ferm in which electricity is cm"
bodied is Dr. Themas' Kelectrie Oil, a sov
ereign and highly .sanctioned specilic lorrheu lerrheu
malie p:iins, andn thoroughly reliable remedy,
all affections of the threat and lungs used ex,
lernallv and internally. Fer sale; by II. li.
Cochran, druggist. 137 and Iffll North (jiieen
street, Lancaster, Pa.
"V.Veirn'.s- llrnncMul Truffles" arn u.-(ul Willi
j advantage te alleviate Coughs, Sere Threat,
lieaivcncss and Rrenchial Affections, ter
thirty years these Troches have been in use,
wilh annually increasing favor. They are net
new and untried, but, having been tested by
wide and constant use for nearly an entire
generation, they have attained well-merited
rank among the few staple remediesef the age.
" ::rnrn'x llfenchiul 7VWicxM act directly
en the organs efthe voice. They have an ex
traordinary effect inall disorders of the Threat
and Larynx, restoring a healthy tone hen re
laved, either I rem cold or ever-exertion of the
voice, and produce a flearand ilisiiClei)i)iici ilisiiClei)i)iici
atien. .S'jicHkiix antl Sinners find the. Tlt.eheM
A Cough, Celd, Catarrh 01 Sere Threat re-
I iiirs immediate attention, as neglect elteu-
times results in some incurable Lung Disease.
llreien'x ISrenehiul Troches" will almost in
variably give, relief. Imitations are offered for
sale, many et which are injurious. The genu
ine "y.VdH'ii'.v llretieltitil Troches" are sold
etilji in Iteres. ianl.VlydSwTu.Th.vS
Warm Weather and its JCII'vt'ts.
Many people, especially ladle, complain at
this season efthe year el" a general weakness
or debility. The use of Specr's Pert llnipe
Wine prevents this. The wine is said te have
a ine.,1 wonderful effect In giving strength,
vigor and tone te the whole system. It is ex
tensively used by ladies nursing, or about, te
nurse infants. This wine isnetiimniiiifaetiireil
art icic no liquor is added te it. It is no paten!
medicine or enntlal humbug, but is a superior
wine efthe Oporto grape. It is pure, old, un
adulterated wine, nothing mere or less. Air.
Sjieer has been supplying hospitals with his
wine for many years past. It is said le lie un
surpassed for summer complaints, and for
weakly persons. The price is low ter se excel
lent a wine, and 110 family need be without it.
This wim; i endorsed by Drs. Atlee and
Davis, and sold by II. K. Slaymaker.
Try Lechci's Renowned Cough Syrup.
FilK RENT-fiKKEN STONK FRONT
dwelling. Xe -133 Wi'st Orange street.
Terms low. Wanted $3,0)10 for tilirbt mort
gage en cily properly wertli $10,1X0.
JOHN II. MKTZLKR,
ltd Ne. SIS. Duke street.
rpORACCO RAISICICS' NOTICK.
I The I'c.uu'a Mutual Hail Insurance Com
pany is new ready te hind the insurance, and
i-sife policies against hail damage te tobacco.
Rates reduced. Insure before it is tee late, at
RAUSMAN ft RURXS'S, ins. Agents,
Oflice, 10 West Orange Street,
-VTOTICK TO .JUIIOIW.
ll All Jurers drawn feri he weeks commenc
ing MONDAY, SKl'TKMRF.R 0, 1SS0, and
MONDAY, SKPTKMRF.R 13, 1880, arc hereby
notified net. te attend, as the cases set, down
for trial for these weeks have been continued,
l'y order of the court.
Sinaarr's Oi'Kicn, Lancaster, Pa., Aug. 73, ISSO
100 Tens el flags Wanted,
Fer u hich Ihe highest pi ice will be paid.
iyCKNTS PKIt POUND FOR GOOD
The highest juice nald for Woolens, Old
Paper, Reeks, &c. Teh Rag Asserters wanted'
te whom the highest price will be paid.
JOHN A. SHOBBR,
Cor. North Qiiecii and Orange Streets,
yO-tldRl Lancaster, Pa
1)i:ores.i.s reu stkkkt work.
Scaled proposals will lie received by the
street committee up te FRIDAY, AUGUST 27,
at 7 o'clock p. 111., for the following work, viz:
Constructing nibble pavement en Crant
street, lerni Market te Prince streets, grading
Pine street, from Orange te Chestnut, and
building sewer from Pine te Alary street.
Sills te be endorsed specifying the work bid
for and te lie directed te 1). Mc-Mullcn, Chair
man. Plans and specifications te be seen at
I lie elllcc et .lames C. Carpenter, City Regula
tor. The committee reserve Ihe right te re
ject any or all bids received.
Rv order of committee.
S. W. It AU11,
Among the many advantages gained by our change of business
location, an important one is the enlarged rooms and improved fa
cilities of our REPAIR DEPARTMENT. "With our present corps
of skilled mechanics and complete equipment of machinery and
tools we are are prepared te execute and warrant all work en
trusted te us.
MUSICAL BOX REPAININCr,
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 Khig Street.
Theil of SKPTKM1IKK ts the last day ler
registration and assessment.
The assessor of each district is required te
be at the election house en V KDNKSDA Y and
THURSDAY, SKPTF.MRKR 1st and 2.1, from
10 it. 111. te 3 p. 111,, and from p. m. te a p. m.,
te perfect the list of voters.
All persons entitled te vote should personal
li see that they are assessed as well as regis
tered.' Persons intending te lie naturalized hulore
IhcMefOCTORKR should also be assessed
and registered by the id or SKPTKMRKK.
Committee 011 mitumlizatieu : .1. L. Steiu
metz. D. McMiilleu, IS. F. Davis, Jehn A.
Ceyle, li. F. Montgomery. Persons desiring
le be naturalized can apply I01111y0fll1c.se, or
le W. II. Ileusel, at the Intcuihuncci: elllcc.
Hancock Veteran Association meets at Cen
tral Headquarter every Tuesday evening.
Conference committee meets en Wednesday
evening, August. 21. Thereafter en every
second and fourth Wednesday of the month.
Campaign committee meets regularly every
. Hancock Legien meets every lirsl and third
Sixth ward cllbi.uels regularly en Friday
evening: Amerieus club en Thui'Mlay evening.
Third Ward llaiife..: club meets at centra)
heiidiuaic.rs, Fiiday evening. Aug. 27, at H
I There will be a ie;;t.!iir slated meeting efthe
Sih ward Hancock Club at Harry Rohrer's
Centennial Heuse, Strawberry street, te-morrow
evening at S o'clock. The block com
mittee are reijue-lcd te make their report
The Fifth ward Hancock and L'nglish club
will meet at Ihe (Jrecn Tree hotel, en Tuesday
evening at S o'clock.
FOR PRESIDENT :
KN. WINFIEM) S. HANCOCK,
FOR VICE PRESIDENT :
HON. IWiIjIAH II. EXULlSIf,
'Ihe great principles el American lili
rrfy are slill the tevffnl inheritance of
this people, mid ever should he. The
right ertrial by jury, the habeas corpus,
fhe liberty el' the press, the fm'tlem of
speech, the natural rights or persons ami
the rights or property must be preserved.
WISFIELD S. HANCOCK,
Maj. (Jen.Cemu'trDept. I.a. unit Texas.
Slate I-:ircteral Tlrliet.
R. li. MONACHAN,
W. II. PLAYFORD.
K. A. PHK.
JOHN X, MOFFF.T.
.IAMLS L McSPARRAN,
dil ai.frkd .1. martin,
p.. i. rirmixcuiiam.
ii. k. davis.
(JKORliK A. POST.
A. M. RF.NTOX.'J
.1. P. LINTOX.
. COL. .IOHX S. MII.LKR.
.I.A. .1. RUC1IAXAX.
CIIRISTOP1LKU MAC FF.
ICOI'.RRT M. CII'.SOX.
HARRY W. WILSON
.1. ROSS THOMPSON.
DCMOCKATSC STATK TfCICKT.
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POU AlTlllTOIl OKNiaEAI.
iiat(ici:.vric county tickkt.
.1. L. STKINMKTZ.
reu msTiarr atteunc.v.
Will SltNATOIl (l.ltll UISTIIhT.)
J. li. DOUGLASS.
FOB AKSKMM.Y (2d DISTKIIT.)
S. ;. STKVKNSOX.
S. P. SHIRK.
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11. m. rri:ni:man.
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Feil l'RISON IXSl'KCTOILl.
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FOIl VOOK IIIUIXTOILS.
X !:' A It VERT1SE3IES TS.
I.aucaktei:, Pa., Aug. 2::, isse.
IMKRCllY CKKT1FV THAT PNEVER
found Mrs. Dickcl sull'ering from any
secret or specilic disorder, and further that I
never se said te any one.
lb'. M. L. HF.RR, M. 1).
SiriLI. RKOPKN ON SHPTKMKKK C AT
T Hl Kasl King stn-e.t, Rebecca S. Hol Hel
brook's school ter children. ang2:5-"td
Tweiity-sevciith Animal Kxhibilien
MAIN CBNTENNIAL BUILDING,
FA1RM0UNT PARK, PHILAD'A.
SEPTEMBER 6 te 18.
Entries and Competition Free !
SHEEP, WOOL AND WOOL PRODUCTS.
ShTJ L.AIllh'K 20 te !!.', 1SS0.
Kntry Reeks will close at the Oflice, Xerth-we-t
corner of Tenth and Chestnut streets,
$40,000 IN PREMIUMS.
CASH PRIZKS FOR LIVK STOCK, !ri,31S.
Kxeiirsien Tickets atCreidly Reduced Rates.
Liberal Arrangements ler Ti-aiisortatieu.
WILLIAM S. HISSKLL,
BISllOl'TllORI'IO-A i:OAi:UINO SCHOOL
ler Cirls, Rclhleliem, Pa. Scheel year be
gins September 15. 1WJ. Nunilier of Scholars
limited. Fer circulars address MISS FANNY
L. WALSH, Principal. Refers te Hen. S. II.
Reynolds, Hen. II. M. North, Charles F. llager.
Cee. M. Kline, esq., and Cee, Calder,jr.
Ne. 10T Xerih (Jiieen street for the Cheapest
and Rest ROOTS AND SHOES.
105 Sign or the Ilic Shee. 105
EOR SALE OH EEXT,
" The second story et Eshlcinan& Rath
von'.s Ruuking Heuse, at Centre Square, and
also a room en second story, opposite the
Pcnn'a R. R. Depot, en Chestnut street.
it. P. KSHLKMAX.
fii.2tdA.Stt Atternev-at l.aw
rAE.UABl.E CITV PROlliKTV AT
PRIVATE SALK. A let et ground Ne. 27
North Mary .street, upon which is erecteil a
two-steiy Rriek Dwelling with two-sterv Rrick
Rack Rulldiiig. Stable en rear et let. There is
a variety or Choice Fruit en the premises. A Ne
a two-slery Rrick Dwelling, Ne. Ill West
Orange street, Juui a l.et et C reu ml en New
street, between Lime and Shippen streets, IS I
fectrrent and 215 Teet deep. Fer lurlher par
ticulars applv te
.JOHN HULL, Tobacconist,
aiigllltilS 17 West King Street.
. On WEDNESDAY. ACtiUST 25. ISSil, will
be sold at Ne. 2.1 East Vine street, Lancaster
city, Pa., the following, te wit: Twe Red
Htcads and Redding, one (ins-burner Steve,
Cabbage Cutter, pair of Steel vards (weiglis
SKI lbs), Weed Chest, Iren Keltic, and ether
Household Furniture. A large let et Xew
Ciirpenter tools, ceusittiug of Millwright,
Wagen maker and Plough Manufacturing
Toels, Grindstone, Shavingherse, Selder Toels,
Cupboard and Cheats. Workbench, all kinds
el Planes and a large let of Chisels from : le if
inch; Rraces and Rits, Square and Compass,
and iu fact almost anything that can be men
tioned in the line et feels. A large Diamond
Class Cutter, a pair et Patent Rullcyes, Vise,
st of Clamps, Punch Machine, two sets Sere w
plates for cutting brass or iron, and in short a
first-class set et tools fiir all kinds of mechan
ics. Sale le commence at 10 o'clock A. M. el said
day, ami te continue until all is sold, when
attendance will be grrcn and conditions et
sale will be made known by
ANNA SPI Ell I.MAX.
S. Hns3 & Sex, Aucts. aug2l-:'.td
PCI1LIC SALE OF VA1.CAI1LIC 1CKA1.
ESTATE. On SATURDAY EVENIXtJ,
at "o'clock, SEPTEMRF.R 18, bsse, at the Key
stone Hetel, North Queen street, iu the city of
Lancaster, will be sold iu pursuance efthe di
rections of the will of Jeseph Peel, deceased,
the following real estate, v.
Ku. 1. All that certain halt-let or piece of
ground situate en the westsldeef North Queen
.street, in said city, containing iu front:?.! teet
USA inches, and in depth 215 feet te a 14 feet
wide alley ; bounded en the north by ground
of Jehn Rese ami en the south by ground et
Richard McUrann, en which a One-Sterv
Frame Dwelling Heuse is erected en Xerih
Queen Street, and another One-Story Frame
Dwelling situate en the said fourteen feet
Xe. 2. All that certain One-Sterv Rrick
xiweiiiiig jieuse ami naii-:ei, or piece e
ground, situate en the heuUi side et L'asl
Chestnut Strejd, in said citv, containing ii
fient 32 feet ! inches, ami in depth 215 feet t
.Dwelling - Heuse ami half-let, or piece of
all feet wide alley, bounded en t lie eastbv
ground of 1). R. Hosteller and en the west by
William Hensel. Possession and title en
April 3, 1S81. DAVID HARTMAX.
II. Sui'iicitr. A ue. aug 2U-T&F-ts.l
Ten-roomed, two-story and Mansard reef,
(jiwii Sleuc Frent Dwellings,
Ne.5. till and I.C! West Oi-angn Street.
Witli all the best
Including .Icnnlng's improved Londen water
closets, marble-top waslisfand, improved wnll-ud-in
range, cellar heater, perfect ilrainage and
sewerage, deep, dry cellar, wliite marble ba-e
and steps, Ac., .tc. Let 22 by 215 feet te a I fleet
wide alley, front yard 2 ) feet in depth, inclesed
with ornamental iron fence.
Fer terms, Ac, apply te
aug21-W&Strd Xe. !) Seuth Dnke St.
IjUIILlC SALK OF VALUAltl.E REAL
ESTATE. On WF.DXKSDA Y, SEPTEM
RF.R 15, 1S3), will be sold at public sale en the
premises, situated iu Raphe township, en the
read lending from ML Jey te Manheim, one
half mile northeast of Mt. Jey, adjoining lands
el Christian Ceed, .Jeseph Dctwelicr, .Ine.
lircnuman ami the Little Chiqncs Salunga
creek, a Valuable Farm containing l-'S ACRES,
en which Is erected a two-slery Rrick Heuse
with two-story brick wing attached. There Is
no liner fariu'heuse in Lancaster county. A
balcony extends tin- whole length efthe house
en the llrst and second stories. There are
large folding doers in the hall; in 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 staircase
runs te the third story. Thueellaris cement
ed anil has a Mili-archcd cellar underneath,
which is intended for keeping milk, butter,
meats, Ac. Stene Tenant Heuse with basement
kitchen. A large bank barn, when erecteil In
1871, cost nearly S,im Attached te the barn is
a building which contains a horse power ami
above is a large mew. A large straw house at
tached te the barn, a carriage house, wagon
shed, corn crib and all necessary outbuildings,
all of which are covered with slate. A large
ice house near the beuse. The fencing is com
posed of locust pests and cheduiit rails. The
property has been thoroughly limed within
the last live yi-ars, is in a high state of cultiva
tion, and is one efthe mast desirable farms' in
If desired $15,(100 of the purchase money can
remain en the farm.
Any person desiring te view the property be
fore the day of sale will please call en Mr.
Charles Render, residing thereon.
Sale te commence at 1 o'clock p. m.'ef said
day, when attendance will be given bv "
HENRY E. I.EMAX.
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LAIHKK AND CENTS
II you want a
. GOOD PITTING BOOT OR SHOE,
Ready-made or made te order, call at
Ne. 105 North Queen Strcet.
Custom Werk a Specialty. le26SAWUU
MONDAY EVENING, AUG. 23, 1880.
THE HISTORY OF A DAY
AFTERX00X TELEHRAP1UC ADVICES.
THE MAY'S LANDING DISASTER.
TO-DAY'S RUNNING AT SARATOGA.
Arrest of the Kennett llurglara.
OlUKIt ITEMS OF INTEREST.
Tlie May's Laiidinc Disaster.
The coroner's jury inquiring into the
May's Lantling disaster, reiulercil a ver
dict that the victims came te their death
ly a collision that might have been avert
ed if Engineer Aiken ami Conductor Hoag
land had mere carefully observed the 'niten
and regulations of the company govern
ing the running of trains.
Miss Nellson's Meney.
The bulk of Miss Neilson's propcrty,esti prepcrty,esti
mated at 10,000 is left by her will te Rear
Admiral Hen. Henry CarrCJtyn, C. 11.
The winners at Saratoga te-day were
(iirelle, Celd Bug and Dank.
A Sick Indian.
Chief Ouray is dangerously ill and net
expected te live.
Charged Willi Arsen.
Michael Weed has been arrested, charged
with the origin of a number of incendiary
fires, which have taken place at College
Point, h. I., for some time past.
Jehn Dismcr, formerly a well-to-de citi
zen of Celt's Neck, N.J., white intoxicated
fell en the steep of his residence and was
suffocated te death.
Twenty-seven Years Imprisoned.
The discovery of a man in the moun
tains who has been imprisoned 27 years by
his brother has caused great sensation iu
licrks county. The authorities released
the prisoner and the matter is te be inves
tigated. The imprisoned man's name is
A Had Mail Arrested.
Charles Miller, alias White.alias Tayler,
alias ftheppard, is charged with bring the
leader of a baud of burglais who broke in
to and robbed the house efthe Bailey
brothers at Kennett (square was arrested
yesterday in Montgomery county and
taken te Philadelphia.
Wasiiinoten, D. C., Aug. 23. Fer the
Middle Atlantic states, stationary or
higher barometer, nearly stationary tem
perature, variable winds, partly cloudy
weather, with local rains.
BLOOD AND SKIN
Ci'TictiRA IJcsei.vuxr purillc the bleed
through the bowels, liver, kidneys and skin"
CtrricuKA, a Medicinal .Icily, removes dead
tie.sh and skin, renders healthy ulcers and old
sores, allays inflammation, ilciiln and lrrlla lrrlla
tien or the sk(n and calp. Ccticuim. AIkdici
nai. Toilet Sew restores whiteness and beau
tifies the skin. Ciiticitra Shavimi SeAl' is the
only medicinal snap expressly prepared for
SALT KUEUM FOR A LIFETIME.
I have had a most, wonderful en re of Suit
Kheiim. Fer seventeen years 1 sulfered with
Salt lilieam; 1 had it en niv head, face, neck,
arms and legs. I was net able te walk, only en
my hands ami knees, ler one year. 1 have net
been able te help myself for eixht years. I
tried hundreds el remedies; net one had the
least etrcct. The doctors said my case was in
curable. Se iny parents tried everylhiiijr that
cnmcalen?. 1 saw the advertisement and eenj
eluded te try Ci;ticui:a Kkmediks. The llrst
box et CirrieritA brought the Humer te the
surface of my skin. It would drop oil an it
came out, until new 1 am entirely well. All 1
can say is, 1 thank you nie-t heartily for in y
cure. WILL MuDON'ALH.
(Miicaoe, I i.i.., March 4, IS7'..
I have been allliclcd for nineteen years with
Psoriasis, ami have spent, hundreds et dollars
for doctors and stnll" they call bleed puriliers.
Docter did net knew what, te call my disease.
I would scratch nights until I scratched my
self raw: then It would dry ami form Inte
scales, which would all be scratched oil' next
night and se en. I have been completely cured
by the Citrni'KA ItEMEniEs.
CnxceiiD St.. Ucktem Mill,
Memi-1114, Tr.r.'X., .1 uui? IK, IS?.i.
Cutici:i:. iii'.MKmiarc prepared by U'KKKS
& POTTKU, Cliemisti and Druggists,:) Wasli
iugteii street, lio-teii, and arc for sale by all
MALT AND HOPS!
DYSPEPSIA. Dyspepsia Is the prevallng
malady of civilized liie. It lies at tiie botem
of one-half our misery. It is the rock upon
which many of our business ventures have
split, it clouds the mind, weakens the Iiedy.
and preys upon the vitality. Wlicreshall wellmt
relief from this morbid, melancholy misery?
MALT I'.ITTKUS! At once a medicine and a
loed, this wonderful nutrient and lnvigerant
builds up enfeebled digestion, regulates tl.C
llew efthe gastric juices, dissolves and assimi
lates every article of diet, and cures Headache,
Di.7.incss,l:ilieus Attacks, Palpitation of the
Heart, Nervousness, Sleeplessness, Melan
choly, and a thousand oilier morbid forma
assumed by llvspepsia.
MALT UITTKIW are prepared withmtt fer fer
Mcntniien rrem Canadian 11AULKY MALT and
HOPS, and warranted superior te all ether
forms of malt ermcdiciiic, while free from Hie
objections urged against malt liquors.
Ask ter Malt Uittehs prcinred by the Malt
IllTTKIiS COMI'ANY, llllll SCO tllilt CVCrJ' llOttle
bears the Trade Maiik L.i!KL,duly Siu.NEeaiid
enclosed iu Wave Lines.
MALT I'.ITTKUS are for sale by all Drug
Lwsler Organ lanictery
Without a doubt furnish the FINEST IN
STRUMENTS in the Market. Wareroenw 320
North yueen street-Manufactory In the rear.
Itraneh Olllcc, 15i East King StrecL
Alex. McKillips, Proprietor.
AlReAecntlnr Lancaster County for
CIIICKEKINO A SON'S Celebrated
A Pull Line et Sheet anil ether Music. Small
Instruments. Violins. Uanjes, Band Instru
ments. Ac. always en hand. u3-lydSftlyw
Philadelphia, Aug. SL Cattle in fair
demand: receipts Xtw head. Prime 93.Wc;
Rpe J5Jc; medium 4l,ijc:iimineii3
tiiCZ mixed. SilVv '3
hcep market inactive: receipts l.:wfi0 head.
Prime iiic: geed 4G4c: medium 4
IJic ; common SQlc ; calls, 33e.
Hogs Market active; receipts t,m head:
selling at 7iGSc '
Pbiladslvhia. Aug. 25.
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IVnnu K'i ftlilnl luimi liMI-
Philadelphia & Erie l-Xl'l-Vi
Pennsylvania. SSJ.V?. ....
iA.-wga tuuey. K
u niieu ces. ei A. J ...
Central Transportation Ce. Sg:atf
Pitts., Titusville X llutlale. P.ia
l.lttli. Onhn.-ll.lll -'"
Stocks st ren l'
N. Y. Central
Chicago 4 KeckLsliind....
Pittsburgh Jt Fert Wayne
Western Union Tel.C'u
New Jeiwy Central
. . tt J,
United StteA Beniln ml Kterllm: Krlt:ni;j
(Quotations by IS. K. Jamisen & Ce., S. W.
Cor. 3d and Chestnut Streets).
PiliLAnKLruiA. Aug. :.
Unlteil States irs, 1SS1, (regtstere.l)..llli;(u3l0l
United States Curreiievtl's Ii"i'...!-.i:'..l2
Stcrliug Excluingu l-!.'..'.rTsp;.;
Piiiladklviiia. Aug. i!. Fleur unchanged,
and dull : superfine at i:nii:l; extra at !
($100; Ohie ami Indiana lamilv."enr 75 .
Penn'a family ile$t7.r5,r: St. Leuis family at
fTtTiOitCeO: Mfniieseta fnmilv f .". -.'."..li: mi ; padnl
mm umii grauesji. :mti. ini.
Kyu Heur at $1 An.
Wheat active ami prices higher: Ne. 2
Western Ked $1 i.-: ; Pcuu'a l.'e.l ti OS;
Cern tinner ; Htt-.um rjrl ..VU? : yellow ttif$
.Me": mixed 52'ZQXU:.
Oats tlrmer": Ne. 1. While l-WI.V; Se.
.. de-TSQIlc; Ne..t, deXTTliie; Xii. V, Mixii?
Itye wanted at n:: none ell'ering.
Previsions linn, wilh geed jebbing: hums
perk $it; ceii; .vi; in-ef hams til !&! ."(:
Indian m.ss bent at $li Oil ; bacon smoked
shoulders 7c; salt de tM..v; smoked hams
liable; pickled heins WV'elli:
Lard linn; ctly keltic at !.:: loose
butchers' Su ; prime steam X'rc.
Iliittcrllmi, Willi better demand : Creamery
etni!l5ifi!2fic; Creamery geed te clieiee iiijj;
21c; Bnulfenl county and New Yerk extra.
S2S!c ; Western reserve extra lilTe; de geinl
te choice l::15e; Kellsiiiiet; Penn'a extr.i
l.'.TdK,; Western reserve extra VMQUU;
Eggs scarce and firm; Pciiiisylvauin at i'je:
Cheese strong wilh small siivply; New Yerk
full cream 1'iJc: Western lull cream lie:
de fair le geed l(M3I0.c; de halt skims
Petroleum (inn ; refined tic.
Whisky $1 li.
Seeds lioed te prime Clever tlnn at $30
(X'JOO; Timethy firm at iiruii-l"; Flaxseed
Mew Verl Mar net.
Nkw Yerk. Aug. 22. Fleur State and West
ern dull without; quotable change; Su
perfine state at $:: Svj I en ; extra de at $1 en
($135: choice, de., $4 40(ir (Hi; fancy
$." lun re; round hoop Ohie ft i'r in:
choice de 3 10i: 00 ; superfine western Xlf.ty
4 41); common te geed extra de $1 oeI.T. ;
choice dodo l (JOQOCi; choice white wheat de
$1 J.4 ir; Southern iiiel and we:ik ;
common te fair extra $i 00.. se; giHsl le.
choice de $.". mfic, 75.
Wheat a shade stronger, but nither nnlet ;
Ne. I White, September, $1 use . ,(l oeteber,
l use; Ne. Ueil September, l lte; de
October, $1 OOJI 10.
Cern a shade belter, and moderately active;
Mixed western spot, 5l.r.il.c ; de future,
Oats. stronger; Sate,alSIl8'iCe.; Western, at
WAJiTKO.-.liVEKYHOIY TO AUYKK
tlje, free of charge, Iu the In-vsllieum-(KR,
who wants something te de.
WANTKD-OLD IIOKHKSHOKS ATT11K
Pcnii Kelling Mill, Ijin(-.i.ter, ter which
the higlicst price will be paid. augl;!-eawtfd
'ANIKD-COAT, 1'ANlJ AND VKST
makers bv II1USII & t'AUK.
ltd Peim Hull
K1UNEY ASM LIVER VViZE.
$1.25 PER BOTTLE.
A Positive Remedy for ALL Kid
ney, Liver and Urinary Troubles or
both Male and Female.
"It saved my life." Ai .'. IjiUI, Setutti,
"It is the remedy that will cure Ihe many
diseases peculiar te women." Jfalhrr's Mnyit
zinr. " It has passed severe tc-.tsand.weii endorse
ments from .some et the highest medical talent
in the country." A'em Yerk tt'erlil,
"Ne remedy heretofore discovered can In
held for one moment in comparison with it."
V. A. Ilnrreji, IK It., Wtishiwjten, It. V.
This t.'reat Natural Remedy is for Sale
by Druggists iu all Paris et the World.
TRY IT AND TAKE X0 OTlf Kit.
H. H. WARNER & CO.,
HOCIIRSTKlt. N. Y.
ACTH OKI. UI ItY TIIK COH.IIO.V
wealth of Ky., and the fairest in the world
23d Popular Monthly Drawing
COMMONWEALTH DISTRIBUTION CO.
At Macauley's Theatre, In the City of Louis
TUESDAY, AUGUST 31st, 1880.
TIIKSK DItAWINCS. AUTHOKI.KI I'.V
TIIK LECISLATCUF: AND SIJSTAINKIi 11V
ALLTHK COUltTSOr' KKNTUCKV, nccord nccerd
ing te a contract made with the owners of Hit:
Frankfort grant, will occur regularlv en the
LAST DA V OK KVKKY MONTH, Sundays and
Frldavs excepted, for the iveriixl of FIVK
YK AltS, terminating en .IUNl:."'i. IS-r.
The United States Circuit Court en Mai eh 31,
rendered the following d cisieiis:
1st That the (Seiniiinii weal th fllstrlliutien
Company Is legal.
2l Its drawing am fair..
The nianagi:meiitc:ill attention tetheliher.il
scheme which has met with such popular favor
heretofore, and which will again be prr-euied
I JnZC -! 4t
I jiriAO I(flW
i jinzc ii,utfj
10 prizes $1,000 each lo.emi
31 prlzes5ueeacli .". le.uw
loe prizes, $100 each n,um
(!00 prizes 'JO each 1J,eim
1000 prizes 10 each 10,000
9 prizes :00 each, approximation prizes 700.
9 prizes aoecacli, " " isoe
9 prizes 100 each, M ' ja
Whole tickets. $2; halt ticket), $1; 27 tickets
$30; 55 tickets, $100.
Kcmlt by Postetllcc Meney Order, Itcgistcred
Letter, I lank Draft or Express.
Te Insure ugainst mistakes and delays, cor
respondents will please write tiicr names and
places of residence plainly, giving number of
Postetllcc box or Street, and Town, County and
All communications connected with the Dis
tributien and Orders for Tickets should be ad
dressed te B. M. KOAKOMAN, Courier-Jeur
nal P.uilding, 1 lwUI, JfTn or 307 And 3M
ureauway. nw man. . miwiM
tiiiiiuti rmi-sis, iivi, tregisieriMij..iirjlpnrii
llutletl Static IK's, IStll, (registcred)IIO mi
United States lf's,!S!l,(coupen.s).. .Ill lllt?
United States I's. 1UHT. lnalsle(vdl..lii'.i'uttlle'