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LANCASTER DAiLt INTfilXXGENCEK. TtJESDAY AlT6tTST 24, 1880.
Allan's Skull Crashed by s Stene.
Last night a serious affray took place
near the corner of Plum aud Chestnut
streets, during which an employee of the
Pcnn iron works, named Patrick Hagan.ic
ccived injuries which may result in his
death. The circuimtances, as reported,
arc as fellows : Ilagan and a few friends
while walking ou Plum street passed an
other party of men, one of whom spoke up
saying he could lick any son of h that
worked in the rolling mill. Ilagan
stepped, and walked towards the
man te whom te extended his hand,
saying that if be wanted te fight he
would fight .him niriy. The man retreat
ed, picked up alitenc and hurled itit
Ilagan, striking Lini above the eye afid
felling him te till ground. The assailing
party then ran oil Ilagan was carried te
the office of Dr. (ftp. A. King, East King
street. An exaif nation of his wound
showed that the fc-liital bone had been
crushed in and the train probably injured.
The wounded niatikvas conscious, but his
injuries were rcgaruu as bcingofse serious
a character that Alilrman Hair was sent
for, and took his unl-mertcm statement,
which was substantiSy as above stated.
He was then reiwjcil te his beurding
house, where he lies a precarious condi
tion. His assailant i-sLid te be Edward
Sanders, a daiigcreusfcharaetcr, living in
iOiuinuia, anu a warn, for his arrest has
Since the above wasfn type we learn
that Sanders was arrcstl this nierniii" bv
Constable Fisher and l4kcd up te await
the result of lagans injiiies.
Twe itrelhcrt; IrrCHtciI.
Yesterday aftirnoen Aen Ceblo and his
brother, H. U.Ceble, Ixjli of Elizabeth
town, were arretted by eljcers of this city.
The former is clarged with a number of
larcenies and tht latter tvilli being acces
sory te the fjvet The laicenics were
committed at (life-rent, times and places,
the following bcin; laid in the complaint :
one blanket and sceral whips stolen from
Jehn Heitzlcr ; cigrs, drugs aud a blanket
from the store of 1. IC. lSleiigh ; pistols
knives and money inm tlie hardware store
tif Jacob Dyer, a ..ci if harness from Abra
hamJIeisey, a bianld and lly-net from
David Ceurliaiy, ail clothing from the
stoic of Jacob Uaxsli .,ser. The accused
were brought te Lauctcr yesterday, ami
in default of bail wlj committed for a
hearing. This iiieiiiiii their father, Levi
Ceble, entered bail for iem in the sum of
61,000 each, and they wee released. Allen
Ceble is a young single nui. II. U. Ceble
is married ami has a famly. has a marble
yard in Elixabclhtewn, anl has heretofore
borne a geed character. His fiiends are
cenlideul that he is iimmvit. A poiiien
efthe .stolen goods were reuvcivri.
The picnic of the Censtatcr Velkfest
Verein of this city, which begin ycsteiday
and is ceniuuing te-day atJWIut (Hen paik
attracted an immense assemlcige yester
day, aud a large number of eiiuibuscs and
hacks were kept miming te aud from
the grounds all day. De-nite the
very large crowd jiiiMiit and
the quantities of beer ee:i-unied c.s
mated at fourteen barrels mi unpleasant
incident occurred te mar the festivities.
.A I! the Ucrman societies of tliccily wcie
represented, and a feature of inkiest was
the large fiuit inenument, a t:JI shaft
ornamented profusely with fruit vege
tables and cereals, arranged in 'tiiique
design and attracting great attention; it
is said te have cost $100. Danciig con
stituted an iniertant feature of th- festi
vities, the music being furnished b Tay Tay
eor's lull orchestra, and the large I:.ifrm
beinir continually crowded byTerpsiilmre
ans. There were also sheeting, dancing
and nliiur sMirts. The Velksfe.'.t. wilitir wilitir
minate this evening.
AN AKANDONICO HOKSI'.
Iladly Abused and Probably Stelen.
Lastniirht between 11 and 12 o'clock
Officer Wcitzel took charge of a horse
and buggy which had been standing tied i
for three hours in front of Moere's toliaee 1
ware-house. West. Chestnut sticet. Ollicer .
Weitzcl took the horse first te the station
house and thence te the stable of the Sor Ser
rel Herse hotel, West King .street. The
peer beast was almost famished for both
feed and water, and showed unmistakable
evidence of hard driving and abuse. It is
a large gi ay horse, in geed condition, save
f jr its recent abuse, and was attached te a
geed no-top buggy. It was at first sup
posed that the team had been stolen from
the picnic grounds at What (Jlen, but if
this were se a claimant would probably
have put in an appearance. The horse has
been seen by a number of Lancaster horse
men, none of whom recognize it, and it new
seems probable it may have been stolen a
long distance from here, driven almost te
death and finally abandoned. It awaits an
owner at the be.irel Herse hotel.
Mrs. Harriet L:ine Johnsten.
Ill his life of Hancock, Cel. Ferney gives
brief sketches of all the ladies vvlie have
presided ever the White Heuse. He
speaks of Miss Harriet Lane (new Mrs.
Johnsten) as one who filled the position at
the head of a great establishment, with a
delicacy, dignity aud refinement that were
never surpassed. Cel. Ferney is "glad te
say that the recollection of her many ex
cellent traits and sweet courtesy, and the
fragant memory of her dear sister Mary,
her brother Eskridgc aud all her kindred,
including her father and uncle Lane, ant
mental pictures that I love te dwell upon.'
The Hancock Legien Itauner.
The Hancesk Legien have received their
handsome eil-jiaintcd campaign ban
ner from New Yerk, and will threw the
same te the breeze en Wednesday evening,
the 25th inst., at 8:30 p. m., ou Nertli
Queen street, between Orange and Chest
nut street. This banner is one of the fin
est ever brought te this city, and docs the
Hancock Legien great credit. The officers
and members of the legion will meet to
night (Tuesday) te make the proper ar
rangements. The several ward clubs and
central campaign committee and the citi
zens have been invited te be present.
A very delightful entertainment was
given last evening at the residence of Mrs.
Wm 31. Wiley, East Orange street, whose
son James Wiley gave the party in honor
the Archery club of this city, an erganiza
tien composed of young gentlemen and
ladies who have net yet reached their
majority. The evening was pleasantly
spent in dancing, feasting, accompanied by
music and lively gescip.
The alarm of fire last evening was caused
by the burning of some paper and clothing
iu the residence of Edward Wilsen colored,
Middle street, two doers from the Sumner
house. Itappcers that the children set
lire to'semo paper that had been put into a
stove without a pipc,and the fiames from the
stove set fire te sonie clothing in the, room.
Ne ether damage was done. The Ameri
can fire company was en baud, but their
services were net required.
Jacob Weaver and Charles Albiight,
charged with stealing chickens some
months aire from Jehn W. C oever, "of
Ephrata aud who made out for a long time
te avoid at rest, were picked up a day ( v
IWO age, ami in uumuib in uau weic ,-
mittcd for a Jieanng be I ere aw
Spurrier en Friday next.
DleJ. or DIs IiijuH.
Benjamin Donavan, agen-maker
Manheim borough. wJre was injured yes-
tcnlay while dressing a wagon axle, died
te-day at neon. Mr. Donavan was CC years
of age. He was a very highly respected
citizen of Manhcim borough. He will be
buried en Friday at 9V ocleck, from his
Ask your drugget ler 1'ref. Guilmette's
Frencli Kidney 1'ai I, ami take no ether, as this
8 the only pad guaranteed te euro or money
On Thursday afternoon a pigeon .sheeting
match will take place at Fertility, en the
StraMtnnr turnpike at Jehn I. Kchtcrnach's
hotel. It v.ill
be followed hy apaity in the
Merchant-.' excursion te Ceney Inland and
Brighten j:cacli, en Thursday, August 2H.
Tickets positively geed for two days, te return
en any train from Jer.-cy City or Philadelphia.
Fans ler the round tilti only if 1.7-1. Special
trains leave Jaucastcr (Kingstrect)ul la.iu.
and Columbia ut 4:00 a. in. Ferfull particulars
see powers and cireular.s at nil stations en K.
and C. It. It. anal'J,2l,il.2l,i".&t.,tw
Opening of the Amusement Season.
Mrs. C C. Heward in I'nclc Tem's Cabin.
The long lull in public entertainments in this
city, occasioned by tins warm weather, is
broken by the announcement el Hie coming el
that famous and giltcd activ-s , Mrs. G. C.
Heward, and en Fridayeveningiiexttiicdnnrs
et Fulton opera house will lie rc-epened for the
fall and winter tin palgu. Tin: great popular
ity el. Mrs. Harriet i:. MoweV dramatic novel
ofUiicIcTem'., Cabin-' is due in very large
measure te Mi's. Heward'.-, impersonation el
Thjisi, "tin- child thai never v:v born," a
character which she may triithlully be said le
have created, and her tame is world-wide ami
ciiduiiiig. Mi's. Heward will be -mppeilcd b.
aearelully selected company, and while the
plantation scene and oilier realistic spccla
clcs introducing the Virginia colored slave
troupe el jubilee .singer-, are maintained the
version el .Mr-. Heward i- a wcH-erdcr.-d one,
devoid of lb- excrescences ami iueeiigriiilies
that have fastened them-vUc-i en se many el
the mere iccent versions without at all en
hancing their effect. The piles of admission
are low, and seats may new be secured nt th-s
opera heu-e elllec.
The Circus is ('iuiiii;.-Oii the 11th el Sep
tember the great Londen Ciicits el Cooper
.V llailcy, with Sanger".- lieyal .Menage! ie
and Ten Allied .shows, will exhibit in ihiscity.
This is one el the largest lent -'hews in the
world, and the attractions it pu'senls ale se
varied that it i impe- ible leeuumeratelhem
in advance or ever te give any appiei:uale
idea el their magnitude. Prominent among
tlicin, hmiever, is the hale, elephant, born but
a short time age in tlii; country, aud claimed
le lie the only elephant ever born in bondage.
This lillle pet has eieated an immeme furor
wheiever lie has been .ecu. The street '.
gcanl will be magiiiiicciit, ii'em all accounts.
Lancaster i:emiiie:'('lal College,
Tlie la'.l term et the Lancaster Commercial
College open:; under laverable auspices and
the ent rpri-iug taciilly have added several
new ami valuable lcaluivs te the eeur.-c of
study. Tuition is given in boeK-Kceping In
double and single entry, penmanship, com
mercial and practical aiilhmetic, grammar
correspondence. banUiug, commerce, mer
chandizing, Ve, Ac, se thai the student at the
close el his caui'se is i:iaiiKcd te lake a posi
tion ascleil., book -!,ci per or cas-hier, or on en
diii'l :uij bu-ine-s calling ler w hich he may
havetasle or inclination. The faculty consists
el II. V. Wciillcr, riiiicipal; W. I. Me-ser.
teacher of book keeping, coire-pendeiice and
business tonus; 11. . I'nllen, Icclincr en
eeiiimeieial ami political economy, and Ilev
S. II. C". Mnilh, lc'tun'reii business habits and
moral -cieucc JSmiius Xe. 4 West U in-j slice!.
A Mugniticcnt I'.state.
Tlie farm et lleury 11. Leinaii, advertised
ter public sale ou Wednesday, September l.'i,
lssii is un' if the model larnis el'thi- ceiinH
the richest ngiicullui-al region in these l niud
Stab'-s. Mr. Leman's farm eeinin uels this
high pre-eminence in all Ilia! maki - a valuable
farm, eligibility tf location, richue-s el' -oil,
high st itc of cultivation, elegant, siib-tanliai
and convenient buildings and general im
provements. It is situated within a half mile
of .Mount Jey, en the Pcsinsj ivauia railroad,
contains' l.'Wacres, has a heu-e aud barn v, iiich
are net ecelled by the building- el'any larm
in this count mi w ide! celebrated ler it- f.n m
biiiblings : tlie 'ellar- and -nb cellars, out
houses, fences and ever thing about the place
arc in uie-t eccllen! condition, and Hie pur
chaser will liud in this e-tate a "thing el
beauty and a joy l"erevcr,"a mine et ngrieal
in rat wealth thai will p.iv big d Ivi lends en the
Xiglit sweat--, cough, emaciation mid decline
prevented by Malt llitti rs.
- i m
Ur higli or low, or i ich or peer.
Nene would leul tcclli or bre.it h emline.
II they but knew hew siiieand -vi ill
us SOZO DON'T, that priceless gill.
In giving beauty, lite and tone
'I e every charm the ineut h can own.
A delightful shave is po-sib'e only w ith Cu
tlcur.i Shaving Seap.
sriivr.ix, x or i via.
It i- in p issihle tern woman alter a (aithlul
couiseei treatment with l.ydia H. I'iii!;h.iuis
Vegetable Compound le continue te Miller
with : weakness el tlie uterus. Huclee a
stamp te Mrs. Lydia K. I'inkham, il.: Western
avenue, l.vnn, Mass., ferp:uiphic!s.
"Sellers" l.ivcr Fills" stand uuiivaled in the
1'niled St'itcs for curing bilieusne;-', -Ick head
Their eights and Duties hy Law.
1 have sniveled liem a kidney ilillieulty for
the past ten years, accompanied with nervous
snasiiis. I'hvsjeinn.s gave me but temporary
relief, but alter using Hiiee and one-half bot
tles of Warner's Sale Kidney and Liver Cure,
my nervous -p.'.-.nis wvvucu'tircltr relieved. My
age s;77jear-. I recommend this great rem.
edy te all snli'eihig trein nervous troubles.
MIW. MAIiY ItKKSi:.
Q;(vi, r.i. i
Statistics pieve thai twenty-live perci'iit
el thcdejiths in our larger cities arc cau-cd by
consumption, ami vhen we rellect that this
terrible disease in iis worst stage will yield le
abotlleet'Loeliei's Kenewned Cough Syrup,
shall we condemn the sufferers ler their negli
gence, erpity ihcin t,.r t.r ignorance': Ne
BKast King street.
Try Lecher's KciieuiumI Cough Syrup
Mothers! Mullut.s!! JWetlicrs:!!
Are yen disturbed at njgia und broken el
your rest by n siekchibl -uiVeriiig and crying
with the excruciating p.ijsi 0t cutting teeth?
It se. go at once and fed a het He of M US. WIN'S
I.OVSSOOTlllXl!.V.l:i p. ltvvillielievetiie
piHir little sutlerer iuimedi.ttely depend upon
it; there Is no mistake about it. There is net a
mother en earth who luis ever ti-cd It, who will
net tell you at once that it will regulate the
ImivvcN, ami give rest le the mother, and relic!
uml health te the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe le i.-c. in :)ii caics,anil pleas
ant te the ta-te, and is t he piv-criplieu el one
et the eldest and best fciu.de physicians and
liui.-cs in Hie United Slates. .sj, everywhere."
il eenls a bottle. liW-lyd&wM.W.IS
Try Lecher's Kcnevv netl Ceugli Syrup.
Osis il the greatest charm- ,f Ur. I'.rown I'.rewn
ing's Tonic ami Alterative is the small size of
the dose. Tlie various delicate combinations
of drugs are concentrated in the most careful
maimer, ane dually brought together by a
scries of original processes ; consequently Hie
dose is only one tea-poenlul mr an adult
and smaller in pioperlion ler ctiildieii. II i
takcu once before eacli meal. La-t but net
least, a."()cent bottle iast.slen dtys, while a $1
bottle lasts twenty-four days. I-'or sale by the
Proprietor, W. Champien llrevvning, 1117 Arch
street, Philadelphia, ami all liriiggi-ts.
What is the use in going te the sea siil for
liiuilth, when " Dr. Lindsey's Itloed Searcher"
is what you need.
Try Loeher's Itenewued Cough Syrup.
" Brown's Bronchial Troches" nir used with
advantage le alleviate Coughs, Sere Thre.il,
.'JbQiU'.-cncss and Jlrnnchial Alleclieiis. r,i
thiiyprycars iliesexrecucs nave been in u-e.
annually increasing favor. They are net
and untried, but, having been tested bv
de and constant use for nearly an entire
generation, ,vy i,av attained well-mcntid
Kink among the few staple rcmediesenhe.ige.
"Brown's Bronchial Troches'' act directly
en the organs of the voice. They have an ex
traordinary effect in all disorders of the Threat
and Larynx, restoring a healthy tone when re
laxed, either from cold or overexertion of the
voice, and produce a dearand distinct enunci
ation. Speakers and Singers lind the Troches
A Cough, Celd, Catarrh ex Sere Threat, re
quires immediate attention, as neglect often
times results in geme incurable Lung Disease.
Brown's Bronchial Troches" will almost in
variably give relief. Imitations are offered" for
hale, many et which arc injurious. The genu
ine "Brown's Bronchial Troches" arc sold
enli) in boxes. 1anl3-lyil&wTn,Tli4S
IV arm Weather and Ita Kttects.
.Many people, especially ladies, complain at
this season of the year of a general; weakness
or debility. The uc of Sneer's Pert Grape
Wine prevents this. The wine is said te have
a iue-1 wonderful effect in giving strength,
vigor and tone te the whole system. It U cx-len-ivelv
used by ladles nursing, or about te
nuie infants. This wine Is neta manufactured
article no liquor Is added te it. Ills no patent
medicine or cordial humbug, but Is a Mipciier
wine of Hie Oporto grape It is pure, old, un
adulterated wine, nothing mere or less. Mr.
Sneer has been supplying hospitals with his
wine ler many years past. It ts said te be un
surpassed for "summer complaints, am! for
w cakly persons. The price Is low ter se excel
lent a wine, and no laiuily need his without it.
This wine U cmleiscd by Drs. Atlee and
Davi-, and sold by 11. K. Haymaker.
Try Lecliefs Uenewned Cough Syrup.
i TTKNTIOX t
Tlie eliicerr; and members el the IIAXCOCK
LLlilOX are Icludly rcquestcil te appear al
their headquarters, in Centre Sipiarc, en
WKIlXIOSIlAY LVKXINCat 7 o'clock, le re
ceive unllernis, and frenithcre te proceed te
Xerth yuecii street, between Orange and Chest -nut
street, ami assist iu raisin:: a handsome
campaign banner. The several ward clubs, the
Central Committee and the citizens of Lancas
ter and vieinitvare kindly invited te be pres
ent. The IIAX'COCK LKHlO.Vrespcettiilly re
quest the ( Itleas iu the neighborhood of the
banner liiisinj; illuminate their residences.
Kesiircttully ours, '
COL. KDWAU1) McHOVKItX,
Commander et Urigade.
I'iiimc UiaiNAim, Marshal.
Mini. .S:.in u, t-eerclary. 'Jtd
TTKNTIOK HANCOCK LKilON !
j. Tlie elliccrs. also tlie Aids te the Com
mander of lliigade, willpicastiltend a mect mect
iiniel "Our Legien " this (TrKSHAY ) even
ing, at S o'clock, at headquarter.-, Centre
Mpmre,te make liual arrangements for raising
our Campaign I'.. inner en Wednesday evening.
An. 2."i,at s:.'!a o'clock. KveryOlllcerainl Aid is
kindly requested le be present. Unilernis
ready" Wednesday evening. Ity order et
COL. KIWAK1 McUOVKUX,
Commander of Krigade.
I'ini.u' r.i:::N.:a, .Marshal.
suia:. Svinn, Secretary. lid
Tlie 2.1 of Si:i-TK.Mr.KU Is lhe last day let
ri'gi-lratien and assessment.
The assessor et each district is required te
le-at the election house ou WKIIXKSOA V and
TlllUSlAV, SKI'TKMI'.Klt 1st and 2d, Irem
Ida. iu. te," p. m and Irem l p. in. toil p. in.,
le perfect the list of voters.
All persons entitled te vole should jtetsoiml jtetseiml
sec thai they are as-e.-sed a- well as ivgis
I'cr.-en-intending te be naturalised Ih'Ieki
th"2d of OCTOIJKi: should abe be assessed
aad registered by the 2d of bKl'TLMUKU.
emuiillcc en ualnrali.'ilieii : ,). J,. Steiu
met.. I. Me.Mulleii, It. F. lavi-, Jehn A.
Ceyle, is. I'. Montgomery. Persons desiring
te be natiirall.ed eau apply te any of these, in
to W. V. lleusel, at the lMia.i.mi:.xKii etllee.
Hancock Veteran Association meets at Ci'ii
tr.d Headquarter every Tuesday evening.
Cenfeivnee committee meets en Wednesday
evening, August 23. Thereafter en every
second and fourth cdue.sday of the month.
Campaign committee meets regularly every
Hancock Legien meets every Ill's! and third
Monday efthe month.'1
Sixth ward club meets regularly en Friday
evening; Amc ric iisclith en Thursday evening.
Third Ward Hancock club meets, at central
headquarter.--, Friday evening. Aug- '-7, at s.
There will be a regular staled meeting of the I
8th ward Hancock Club at Harry Itehrer's
Centennial Heuse, Strawberry street, this
evening at 8 o'clock. The block com
mittee are requested te make their tcpeit
The Filth ward Hancock ami l'.ngli-h club
will meet at tlie Creen Tree hotel, en Tuc-day
evening al S o'clock.
A special meeting el the Yeung Hancock
ami Kngli-h club of the Seventh ward, will be
ll'hlat Htzlnger's saloon, .Middle street, this
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
FOR PRESIDENT :
EN. WINFIELD S. HANCOCK,
l'OK VICE PRESIDENT:
WILLTAM H. ENGLISH,
Tln gredl ii"iciiles or Aiiioriean lib
city arc still (lie Iruful inlicrilaiicc of
litis peonle. and ever should lie. Tlie
right en rial by jury, (lie habeas corpus,
the Utterly or (he press, the rreedeiit or
speech, (he natural rights or persons ami
the rights or property must he preserved.
5iaj. (Jcii.CeiiiirglK'pt. La. and Texas.
Slate Llecteral Ticket.
It. K. MONAUIIAX,
W. II. PLAYFOKII.
K. A. PUK.
.1. M. CAMPP.KLL.
IOIIX X, MOFFKT.
IAMKS tJ. McSPAUKAX,
OIL ALFKKH .1. MARTIN.
P.. I. JUUMIXUtillAM.
II. K. HAVLS.
(;i:ou(M-: a. pest.
A. M. P.KNTOX.3
.1. P. LINTON.
COL. JOHN S. MIl.l.Ki:.
C. X. llOWKIt.
.1. A. .1. ISUCIIAXA.V.
KOIIKRT M. (ill'.SOX.
HAItlJV W. WILSON
.1. UOSS THOMPSON.
IU'.MOCUATJC STATK tickkt.
POll SUIT.EMK .lUDOE.
FOR ACDITOi: OENERAU
OKMOCKATIV COUNTY TICKKT.
J. L. STKINMETZ.
VOR DISTRICT ATTOKMBV.
I'OR SUNATOR (I3tll DISTRICT.)
J. JI. DOUGLASS.
FOR ASSEMRLV ('SI DKTRICT.)
S. C. STKVKNSOX,
S. 1. SII1KK.
FOR ASSKMI1LV (3il 11ISTRICT.5
II. M. IHtKXKMAX.
IS. DAVIS YUXDT,
.1 ACOll M. IIAKXLEX.
FOR rRISON IirSFECTORS.
HAUTOX X. WINTE1SS
FOR POOR DIRECTORS.
A. J. SXYDKU,
JOHN; FK ANLiSCUS.
Amen the many advantages gained by our change of business
- Jocatien, 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 on en
trusted tO U3.
MUSICAL BOX REPAINING,
MONOGRAM INSCRIPTION AND
ORNAMENTAL ENGRAVING, &c.
A great vaviety of new work in original designs will be produced
iu our own manufactory. Any orders for specialties will be filled
at short netice and te the satisfaction of our customers. Old Geld
or Silver beusjht. taken in exchange, or made into new goods.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 West King Street.
Doxev.w Iu Manhcim borough, en the?iHi
iiist., Ilciijamin Donevan, ngcil IVj years.
Tiie relatives and lrieiitls efthe family are
respect tully invited te attend his funeral, from
bis late residence, Manheiin borough, en Fri
day morning at : o'clock. -Jtd
XJi if Alt ; TISE31EXTS
t OST AT AVKAT tiLKX
coral head. A
ibcral reward will Iv
paid en return of Mime
te this ellice.
1)L'i'.LIt; SAL!: OF llOlISh.IKH.D ASI
Kitchen liimitiirc en TlllTILSDA V. AUG.
JC, issi), at Xe. IS North Water street. Hale te
commence at 1 o'clock, p. in.
N.wii'Kl. Ili-ss A Sex. Auctioneer-. ltd
i(M) Tens !
Fer vv hich the highest price will be paid.
'.,s,ci:nts ii:i: rerxn v.ni ;n
The highest priJM
Taper, Heek-', .Ve. 'I
te vv hum lhe hlgln -t
naid ter Woolens, Ohl
i n lt-ig A--erlers wanted"
,11 ice will be paid.
. and Orange Streets,
Flill A V ijri.WXU,
.-ecu imitators new
Mrs. a. 0. Heward,
in In l
new ver-ien of Mr
s iiumeiial weik,
UNCLE TOMS CABIN,
together w UIi the celebrrled troupe of Virginia
Real colored people. Men, Women and Chil
dren, will appear iu thegraml. realistic PLAN
TATION and COTTON-riCKIN'i; SCKXF.S
The characters iu lhe drama will be pert raved
bvaC.YISHri'LIA r-HLLCTKP IHLVMA'i'lC
Adiuissieii, ",", e., and 50 Cents.
i:kski:vki si-: ts, r. ci:nts, te be had at
tlie Opera lleu-e Ollice. u2l-ltd
1ti::i.i" salk or VALUAiti.v: ki:al
KST.VTK.-0n TIIUICSDA Y, OCTOISKlt 7.
lsse, will besehlal pubiicsale, en Hie premises,
ou the Miliersville pike, in the city et Lancas
terand county el Lancaster, Pa., the following,
A tract et laud, containing ." ACUKS, mere
or le-s, mi which is creeled a large and eonve eenve
iiicut IwiiNtery Cl.'ll'li IIOL'SK, with Man-aid
ltoel and a two.slerv ISrlek Hack I'liildiugal
t'lched, mid a small .summer Kitchen; gas
through the house; has a line hall and eleven
liuge moms, conveniently laid out; a well et
iiever-lailiiig water w ith puniplhercin, cistern
and a choice le! el iruit trees in bearing order,
peaeli e. chard, etc.: a tine driving read te and
liem the house. Thegieuml fronts en three
street-:; would l.e well adapted ler building
lets. Theie i- al-e a geed cellar under the
w hole heii.se; heater iu cellar, and geed ven
tilation in all the rooms; there is an observa
tory en lop el lhe lieii.se. nl-e a geed large
Harn, Carnage lleu-e, lee Heuse. Maiding ter
I luce hoi siv and two cows, with water i.t the
barn: a ghtss front hennery, .V lect long, vvitli
ivork-siiep attached. Theieareeu this) reperty
about l'Jildilfcreut vaiietles of grapes, bearing,
Willi a line let of shrubbery, 'evergreen and
This property is well worth the attention et
per-eiis w He wish te buy a private resilience,
or ler building let , or ler a ilerist.
Any person wishing le view the property
previous le the day el -ale can dosebyj calling
ou the lindursigncilic-idiiigeii I he same, either
by letter or pcrsenall.v .
Sale te commence at 2 o'clock P. M. et said
day, w lieu attendance v. ill be given ami condi
tions of -ale w ill be made known by
HKXUY !. LIPP.
S. Hess ,V Se., Altel. uug2l-lliUi;tdS.V7tw
rAXTKP.-..i:v!:i:vi:eiY te advkk-
lisc, nee nt c.ii.irgc. In lhe ini'eli.iiikk ini'eli.iiikk
v.'he wauls s.iuielliiug ie de.
uanti.ii-eli i(oi;si:siiei-:s attiik
t Pcnn Uelliug Mill, Lancaster, ler which
the highest pii..-e will be paid. nugl.l-enwtld
VXTl-:i. A YelIN'O MAN WANTS A
situation te drive her-es or te de any
:. Aiiply at ."12 seutli Prince Street.
Vtf ILL Ki:Oil-:N ON
I 111 Ka-t King str
SKITK.-VIP.KK ! AT
reet. I'eliecca S. Ilel-
brook's scluxd ler children. aug2!-:;td
In huge or small auieiin!--. j.".er iiO.OOO-
Write W. T. SOt'LK & CO., Commission Mer
chant", Iffli La Salle -(reel, Chicago, III., ler cir
Netici: te .n;i:eits.
All juiMi'sdiiiwii for the week.-cemuienc-
ing moneay, skpti:mi:i:i: , is-e, ami
MONDAY, SKPTKM P.Kit 13, lssa, are hereby
uetilied net te attend, as the cases set down
ler trial for these weeks have been continued.
l!v order of tin1 court.
Sucr.li'i''.". Orrici;, Lancaster. Pa., Aug. 2.!, I.ssi)
PICOI'OSALS l'OIS STKKCT YVOKK.
Sealeil proposals will be received by the
sticet eemmilteeup te FISIHAY, AIItll'M'aT.
al 7 o'clock p. in., ler Hie following work, viz:
Censlrueling rubble pavement en Grant
street, lerm .Market te Prince streets, grading
Fine street, from Oniugu te Chestnut, ami
building sewer front l'iue le Wary street.
Itids te lie eniler;ed spceilyiug Hie work bid
for and te be directed te l." -Me.Mulleu, Chair
man. Plans anil specifications lobe seen at
the ellice et .lames C. Carpenter, City Regula
tor. The committee reseive lhe rigid I e re
ject any or all bids received.
ISv order of committee.
S. W. ISA UP.,
1.A11II.S AXI GICNTS
If you want a
GOOD FITTING BOOT OR SHOE,
ICeady-made or made te order, call at
l',e. I(i3 North tjucen Street.
a. Custom Werk a Specialty.
ENGINES AND MACHINERY
Ot all Kinds, repaired al Short Netice.
IRON AND BRASS
MADK TO OltllKlt.
PACKING iinra 8.
Of all Sizes. All Kinds or
IHtASS ANO IKON VALVKS
AN II HKKIi SPIGOTS KKl'AIKKH
43 Foundry and Machine Shep rear of W
I). Spreeher iv Seii'.s heed Stere, Grant ami
JOS. H. HUBBR.
T UAIItF.K ANO COAL
The undersigned are 11
ceive orders ler
nw pieparcd le ic-
Ceal, Lumber, Sash, Deers,
by Telephone. Step in at the K.tchangc und
de your own erdcrin-; free efulmrge.
S. tj cer. Prince and Walnut Street),
jl '-tUIS J
XE l" A D I'EUTXSEMEXTS.
IKKDING CATTLK FOI6 SALK.
I will have Kiirhteen Cars of Heed
lug Cattle for sale
it my yard en Wednesday
ALUAKLK UKAL KSTATE AT
ASSIOXKK'S SALK. On SATURDAY.
SKPTKMIIKIi 23. 1SS0. will be sold at liublie
sale, en the premises or Peter C. Kckert. of
Leaceek township, Lancaster ceiuilv. Pa.,
about two uilles north of Intercourse aiid two
miles south efthe Xew Helland turnpike, en
Mill Creek, the following described Ileal Ins
tate, te wit :
A tract of best uualltv of Limestone Lnnit.
containing e; ACKKS, mere or less, adjoining
lands of Levi Zenk, Klmira Kckert. Wayne
Hear, Thompson lirubaker, aud the "Old
Kckert Mill Property," new owned by Win.
Fllekingcr. Tlie improvements thereon erect
ed consist of a two-storied wcutherbearded
mVKLLlXU HOUSK, part Inline and iart
stone. Stene Hank Ihirn. 1U0 feet long, vvitli
Wagen Sheds afcach end, and Cern Cribs at
tached; all under euu reef. A Xew Heg Stv,
10 feet long, Caniage Heuse, Ceal Heuse, "a
Spring Heuse, ever a ncver-lailing Spring of
Water, which passes through the barn yard,
supplying the sleck with water al the barn.
Upen this stream there are several Trout
Ponds. There is a Yeung Orchard el Choice
t1 rult Tree.-, . rape Vines, Ac. Alse, a Well of
never-failing Water, with Pump therein, at
the deer, and a Large Cistern near lhe house.
Tlicrc Is ul-e a Xew smoke Heuse. The laud is
In a high slate of cultivation, being recently
heavily limed; is divided into convenient
fields, se arranged that stock can get water
from Mill Creek, which passes through the
land. It Is under geed lenclng, mostly pest
Persons desiring te view the prep itycan de
se by calling en Peter C. Kckert, rc-Iding
thereon. A geed title and possession will lie
given ou the 1st day et April next.
Sale te commence at 2 o'clock p m of said
day, when attendance will be given and terms
el .sale made known by
llKXItY IIOSTKTTKU, A-signee.
.Ieiim Ukbmax, Auet. aug2MliU.ritw
PHARES W. FRY,
Ne. 57 NOETH QUEEN ST.
M A K KS A LI . K I X US O F
ler windows, and put up in such a manner
that you need net remove when von close lhe
window. We have some decided bargains in
In order te cle-e. will be sold very low.
PLAIN WIN HOW SH A DKS, in all colors and
widths. Kxtra Wide! leads for Large Curtains
uml Stere Shades. Fivtures of IScst Makes.
Hollands, Fringes, Tassels, Cords, Leeps, Paper
Kxtiuisieii Window Cornice
In a vnilety of Patterns, will tit any window
up le live leet in width. Cornice Pe'e-s, Kbeny,
Walnut and Ash.
OUDKUS TAKKX FOIt
PINK PIER AND MANTEL MIRRORS.
Fry's, 57 North Queen Street
The Only Peerless and the Best!.
OH! THAT PRECIOUS BABY.
Tlie Craze te See the i'ahy lUcphanl.
Thousands of people turned away, unable te
gain admission, every day. Old Fossils laid In
tlieshadeaml a New'Ki-a iu Amusements is
tablislied. The Largest Canvass ever erected,
ami four Times the lliggest. Shew ever here.
Saturday, September 11th.
TWO KINGS DOUHLE ClUCFS COM
PANY in Iriciully eentc.it.
Twe Monster Triple Menageries.
UNDKU TUB L.VKGKST TEXTS KVKU
KKKCTKH anywhere in the WULI.
Receipts from $6,500 te $10,000 Daily.
Great Louden Circus,
Royal British Menagerie,
UNITKI) WITH TIIK
First Time of the Baby Elephant.
Only Klephant ever born in bondage any
where In the wide world, and when, exhibited
in Lancaster will be .six months and one day
Team of 13 Camels; .'Xl Genuine Plantation
Jubilee Singers; 3 Ur.iss Itands: n Superb
.Steam Organ uml llrilllant Free Street Pro Pre
cession which fairly scintillates with golden
lustre; Open Densef Ferocious Wild lleasts iu
the street; Only Baby Hippopotamus ever ex
hibited in America.
First time of Fifteen Klephant.s performing
incredible feats In military drill, und double
the clcphanlsever seen in one herd Uufere iu
any country. Only Shew In the World Light
ed Thoroughly Throughout by Klectrlclty. Ne
ether has it. Ne ether can have. ONLY
PKICFOUMING OXEN. 4 Snow White and 2
Bleed Ucd ; In feats rivaling tlie Intelligence
or the horse. Tremendous Triple Menagerie or
HO odd ciuje.s. A World of Menkies, forests et
Birds-, aud the most startling catalogue or
Curiosities ever seen under tents; 2UUChain-
KIeu Circus Performers, culled Irem every
much efthe profession, und positively und
only containing every stellar light of Hie
arena, in Friendly Rivalry iu two Distinct
Kings. The most Gorgeous street Pageant ever
witnessed this .side et the Orient. Te miss it
will lie the regret of a lifetime; 5,000 Number
ed OiK-ra Chairs, with scats rer 15,000 people.
Harrisburff Friday, Sept. IO.
TUESDAY EVENING, AUO. 24, 1880.
LIGHTS AND SHADES OP DAILY LIFE.
BIG FIRE AT ZIEGLERSVILLE.
DEATH OP GEN..MYER.
l'KICKUF COAL AOVAXCED.
lludget of .1tKcellaiicei News.
an Ice Heuse,
SciiwKXicsviLLE, Pa., Aug. 21. The
extensive iee house belonging te J. antl P.
Kaltz of Philadelphia, the ice siding and
several ears vveie wero'tlestreyed by an in
cendiary tiie at Zicglersville early this
morning. A keg of lKrmlcr exploded with
great force, destroying also the engine
house and engine. The shock was se
great as te shake the houses at this place,
mere than a mile away. The less will be
from $12,001) te $l."i,000, covered by insur
ance. Price of Ceal Advanced.
PiiiLAnKLiMiiA, Aug. 2I.-The anthracite
coal interests agreed te-day te advance
eastern prices of egg and stove coal twenty
cents per ten for September- Ne ether
changes were made.
Mini Itebbcrs Sentenced.
Matt and Uihfl'ettc:', Kell Dublin and
Jim Wilhins, mail robbers weie sentenced
te ten j can;' iiiipiienmcnt nt Austin,
Shet ly.i Negro.
Al Galveston, Texas, a negre shot and
fatally injured a German store Keeper yes
terday. Hubert Krysim'H Kcmains.
The dead body of Kebe it lirysen, who
was murdered by drowning in the Ohie
river, at Agnew station, was brought te
Ilarrisliiirg te-day and taken te the family
biiryinggreunil in Cumberland county.
The 1'oet en I be Other Leg.
Victeria's Jndiaiis whipped Gricrsen's
soldiers iu the recent engagement. Pre Pre
Tieus reports had the thing reversed.
Death or Old Probabilities.
Gen. Albert J. Mycr, chief of the signal
bureau, died at Buffalo, N. Y., at sunripe
Three Urel hers Killed.
The three Littlcferd brothers weie killed
in "liilliculty" at Geneles, Texas, Satur
dty. New Yerk Itepublirann.
The Republican state committee of New
Yerk, met at the Fifth Avenue hotel New
Yerk city, te-day, Gen. Chester A. Arthur
presiding. The committee reneminated
Chief Justice Felger for the position he
WKATII rll: 1NIHCATIOMS.
suin(;tex, D. C, Aug. 24. Fer the
aliddle Atlantic states, stationary or
falling barometer, stationary or higher
teniperatuie, east te south winds, partly
cloudy weather and occasional local rains.
BLOOD AND SKIN
C'lrriciniA i:i'-sei.vi:.Nr purilles the bleed
thriiugh the bevvcN, liver, kidneys ami skint
Cr-ncL'ii.v, a .Medicinal .Icily, removes dead
llesh ami sl.in. rciulers healthy ulcers and old
seics, allays iiiuuiumatien, itching and irrita
ti'in efthe skin and sctilp. Ct'Ticuicv Meiuci
n.vi. TiiiletSe.-.c restores whiteness und beau
tilies the skin. Ci'TIccka Siiavimi Seap is the
only medicinal soap expressly prepared for
SALT HHEUM F0K A LIFETIME.
I have had a most wonderful cure of Salt
Kheum. Fer .seventeen years 1 sullered with
Salt Kheum ; 1 had It en my head, lace, neck,
arms and legs. I was net able te walk, only en
my hands and knees, ter one year. 1 have net
been able te help myself ler eight years. 1
tried hundreds el remedies; net one had the
least etl'ecl. The doctors said my case was in
curable. Se my parents tried everything that
came along. I saw the advertisement and con
eluded te try Ci'ticcua Keueiues. The first
box et Ci:tk ri:v brought the Humer te the
surface of my skin. It would drop oil as it
came out, until new I am entirely well. All I
can say is, 1 thank you most heartily for my
cure. WILL McDONALD.
Ciiicaue, III., March 1, IS70.
I have been alllicled rer nineteen years with
Psoriasis, and have spent hundreds iif dollars
ler doctors and stuir they call bleed purilicrs.
Doctors diil net knew what te call my disease.
I would scratch nights until I scratched my
self raw: then it would dry and form into
scales, which would all be scratched oil' next
night and se en. I have been completely cured
by lhe CrTiii'RA Kemeihes.
Coxcer.nSr.. Hvstem Mill,
Memciiis, Ten x., June 111, I.s7:.
Cutici;i: Kevikiuks arc prepared by WKKKS
'OTTKIt, Chemists and Druggists, ) Wash
ten slreet, liosten, and are for sale by all
MALT AND HOPS!
DYSPKPSI.V. Dyspepsia Is the prevaling
malady of civilized lite. It lies tit the boteui
of one-half our misery. It is the rock upon
which many of our business ventures have
split. It clouds the mind, weakens the body,
and preys upon the vitality. Whereshnll wcllnd
relief rretn this morbid, melancholy misery?
MALT IJ1TTEKS! At once a medicine and a
feed, this wonderful nutrient and Invigerant
builds up enfeebled digestion, regulates the
llowef the gastric juices, dissolves and assimi
lates every article of diet, and en res Headache,
Dizziness,- Bilious Attacks, Palpitation or the
Heart, Nervousness, Sleeplessness, Melan
choly, und a thousand ether morbid forms
assumed ly Dyspepsia.
MALT BITTKKSare prepared without fer
mentation from Canadian BAULKY MALT and
HOPS, and warranted superior te idl ether
form of malt or medicine, while free from the
objections urged against malt liquors.
Ask ler Malt JUtteim prepared by the Malt
Bitters CeiirAMV, and see that every bottle
licurs the Tbade Mabk Label, duly Signed and
enclosed in Wave Lines.
MALT U1TTEKS are rer sale by all Drug-
..I-..0 . ' - lvl.llBllWa
4 .,-.... .., i w
Mew Verk Market.
Skw Your, Ang. 21. Fleur State ami West
em dull and In buyers' taver; Su
Psc. " stat0 at W50S4UO; extra de at H 00
H4,L c,,elce. de.. $4 40S5 lM: taney
& ipse i: round hoop tHiie $1 -iig.- w:
yuuiL-v tiu iuWt, ue ; supernnc western SMl'tV
4 40: common te geed extra de $1 oe&ixt;
.1.J,eU.,u)4;:55 choice white v heat de
4 ij4 65; Southern quiet and weak;
common te fair extra U wtf" 50: kmm! te
choice de $5 C0S6 75.
Wheat a sluule lower, but rather dull ;
Ae. IU hltc, SepU'uiIier. $1 use ; de Octelicr,
1 OSc; Xe. 2 Kcd Septemlier, $ use- d,
October, t G1 09 ; d Augjl uT'i-
Cem MQJle lew cr. uml quiet; Mixed western
spot, .VOtiic : de future, 3l4K:C'.sC.
Oats heavy and lower; Sate, at 48tScl ; West
em, at &H547c.
PuiL.vDM.rHlA, Aug. 21. Fleur unchanged,
and dull : supertlnn ut tSSOQS; extra at .:.'
n w : uihe and iiidianu .family ..ikiij 7. ;
I'enn'ii family del ngS 23: St. Leuis family at
t-iSOtftllM; Mfnncseta family ." iVflCOO; ivaient
and hiicii grudesii; .legs co.
Uye Heur at l ,ri0.
Wheat Unit at a decline In prleea; Xe. 2
Western Kcd l 07c; l'cnn'a Kcd $1 07;
Coriitreng en local scarcity
ng en local scarcity : steamer 5i)
' 'lK5Sc : mixed .'i.'.'jf.'Mc.
. and.csler; Ne. 1, While 41 lis : Xe.
A(io4)c;e.3, de;;-e; Se.?, Mlxc":rTi-.
rrovlsiensllrm.wlth oe,l jebbing: iiks
perk Ii; ttlC se; licet hams Uhl-:; M;
liidluu m.'ss beet at li; u ; bacon iuieked
shoulders 7e; salt de URiIMe: siu..:;ed luuix
HQi:e; pickled hanw ln'iwlle.
Lard linn; city kettle at De; loen:
butchers' Ss'fc; prime steam SJ.c.
lluttcr linn, with lair demand:" L'rcaiuerv
extra 2.)2Ge; Creamery geed te choice 'i.'
"Jte; llnulferd county uml Xew Yerk extra.
'iigite : Western reserve extra l;t717c;d(goed
t( choice I5l5c; Uells iilet : t'eiiu'a extw
MfiliS; Western reserve extra l::i?!i:c.
Kvx scarce and wanted: IViiu'a at l'i.?i,..
Cheese steady ami firmly held ; New Yerk
full cream Viyse; Western full cream He:
de lair te geed I0$l0.c; de hair skims
relreleimi firm : relincd .c.
Seeds liiNid le prime Clever linn at fa 30
'J1I0; Tinielhv tlrin at ti M-i in; Flaxseed
rpiletat ft iVfl -7 ; rye scarce al .sa,-.
I'tu r. m.
Stetk.s s trout'.
:m i m.
Pen mi (a (third issue)..
Philadelphia & Erie
United Ces. et N..I
Northern Central :it;
Lehigh Navifjatinn :;-j'-H
t'enlnil Tran.sDiirlalien i.'e. I'.iiirl'.i''
Pitts., Tltusvllle A lluir.de. Kili)i
N. Y. Central.'.
Cleveland A Piltsliur;;li
Chicago & Kneklsluiid..
I'llLsliur'li ,t I'ert Wayne.. las
Wetdcrn Union Tel. Ce liwl-f
Teledo & Wabash 39;
New Jcmey Central 7iy
Ontario Weslern &'
United Stittes iteiKli ami sterli.i Kxr!taig-
(Quotations by B. K..Iamiseii .t, Ce., S. V
Cor. Aland Chestnut Streets).
Piiilaiielimii v. Aug. 21.
Hutted Slates li's, 1SSI, (registered). .101'
Uitiled States .Vs. 11, (rcglsteix-d)..1024(filtrj',l
United States 4Ji's, ISU. (registercd))lli'x$llivv.
United suites l!i'.s.ls-.il,(ciuins).. .in-; fiim' "
United Suites 4's, 1:I7. (reglsMd)..llu iOtUft,
United States Curreneyir.s 12.",l'.i;,127.12S(;pi'j:i
Sterling Exchange I2!W-"UI
IIekdav, August St. Tim receipts of cattle
at the West Philadelphia yard ler past week
were 2,SIK head: North Philadelphia yard,
1,00 head. Total. ::,leil head.
Beeves were inactive and buyers were hold
ing eir, although prices were lower than last
week. Drevers, were complaining that .with
the high freight rates it is impossible le laud
cattle in Philadelphia at the present prices.
Jehn McArdlc sold a lew c Mm choice Ohie
steers at re per pound. We quote K.tra at
:fiSjip. z geed, -vvfiaifc; medium, IJgl'.-lc;
common, .tlc; mixed, '-is:!e; calvesal
Vibl''- Fresh cows, $jun $: per head.
SALES Al' TIIE WEST 1'IIII.AIIKLI'III.V YACIl.
Wl Keger May lies. Western, 'gross. 4J.V','f.
i'.l ()eii Suiilli. Ohie, accountel Wm. snj
dcr,rl W. V:u, de S. Caiill'inaii. si West
ern, de ,1. F. Sadler A. Ce., 4lvTtt:
ST A.A.I. Christy, West Virginia."; gre-w, Vf.
Vi K. S. A B. F. McFillcu, Peun'a, aice.uut
ef.l. P. Dennelly. Ii; de C. It. Curuev. S"
Western, de Keger Maynes. It VV. Va..
de A. Pest, l.S Western de.l.Seh;mibcig &
ii., in in jk. iieiuies, gns, I'-YjC.
'.m tllliiian & Lehman Bres., Western, acci i
of Leliinau Bres., rrfii.V'c.; !H)de LeviSen
senig, l.".)ie.; 17 de W;nd A, C., r.e.; de
Manser A Ce.. IK'.
72 .las. cieneii, VV. "Va aud Pa., gm-s, ij'iTe
li; Dennis Smyth, VV. Va., account el Pest A
Ce.: is .Mil., account el VV. O. Hughes ;
Kl West Virginia, liiSe.
:i". Jehn Me.Vrdle, West V:C,4(rV.; l.iSmilh-
crn Ohie, .r((?.VJe.; 17.r Cliie.igtM-s, ..;
Daniel Murphy, ! H'ct Va.. gross, (,
21." I.ewciislein A Adler, Western ami VV. Va
G. SclianilM-rg A Ce., Western. grnrs, 4'.:
42 F. Sheetz, Weslern, gross, :U?.,','c.''
73 L. Hern, Chester co. and WVt Va.. gross.
10 II. Chain, jr.. Western, gross, 4Zfhric.
40 Daniel Smylli A Bre.. Weslern, "account of
Wm. Pest ; Ui de Adam Coekmaii ; ill de
Adams A Ce.: 20 ile Keger Mavnes, gres.i.
IN) Bachiuaii A Levi, West Va., and Western.
17 A. Oslheiui, Western, gross, l,S,'ig lc.
20 S. Dreiliis, Western, gross, l)iyxi:
Si schamberg A Paul, Western and V a., r;reys,
1111 M. Levi, Wist Va., gross, :;j'J.-.Xe.
1 1 II. Chain, Texas, gross. SKffl li.,e.
Al James Anil, Western, gross, 4yv .",
;t vvm.saies, vvesicrn ami aid., gross.:
20 P. Hathaway. Western and Pa., irress. ::y,n
37 Jus. Kustlce, Western and VV. Va., glim
II J. F. Sadler A Ce., Colerado, mostly whole
sale, gross, 4.1c.
Hogs were tictive, and prices, in sympalhv
with the Western markets, advanced 2.V-. pi r
hundred Weipude Irem 7c te Me cr peiiml,
the highest price ter some time.
Sheep were iliac livcuitd prices were;e. low
er er jieuml than last week. We iielt: Kvtra
at 4';2rjl'it;z geed, llie.; medium, 'b
Hie.; common, ::4iile.; culls, :K.'i.Jc.: Lambs,
4i'Ic. Samuel slewart sold 4et bead et
dressed sheep at 7rfc. per pound.
DATS KIUNEY FID!
A NEW DISCOVERY,
That acts directly en the Kidneys, Bladder and
Urinary Organs, by absorbing all humors,
every trace of disease,5ind forcing Inte the sys
tem powerful and healthful vegcUible Tonics,
flying it wonderful power te euro PAIN IN
UK BACK, bide and Leins. Iiillamniatieii
ttim Jinglil's lilseusi: et tills Jildnevs, Gravel
Dropsy, Dialictcs, Stene in the Bladder, In
ability te Itcuiln or Kxpel the Urine, High Cel,
ered, Scanty or Painful Urinating, Dcitesits,
Shreads or Casts In the Urine, Nervous ami
Physical Debility, and In tact any disease of
these great organs.
It avoids entirely the troubles and dangera
of taking nauseous and poisonous medicines. '
It is comfortable, safe, pleasant ami reliable iu
Its 'cueds, yet powerful in its action. It can
be worn at all seasons, in any climate, and is
equally geed rer MAN, WOMAN OB CHILD.
Ask your druggist Ter It and accept no imi
tation or .substitute, or semi te us and receive
it by return mail.
Kcgiilar Pad, $2; Special Pad, Ter Chronic,
deep-seated, or cases or long stumliie', $.1;
Children's Pud, prevention and cure or s.im
mer complaint, weak kidneys and ImiI wet
Day Kidney Pad Company,
Ne. 10T North Queen street for the Cheapest
and Best BOOTS AND SHOES.
15 MnerUMjK-dfcM, ias