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LANCASTER DAIM 1KTELLIGENCER .MONDAY; AUGUST 30 1880.
that something was visiting destruction te
the fruit of the vines, as nine out of every
ten of the grapes were stung, the juice
mostly taken from them, and the skin
discolored wholly en one bide. The
fruit was barely held by the stems,
and the least shake of the vine
would cause it te rattle down with a
noise like the falling of large drops of rain
en dry leaves. As "the bees arc the only
insects te be seen about the vines the blame
for the destruction of the fruit is visited
upon them rightly we believe under the
circumstances. In preceding years Mr.
Yeung has been able te gather all the
grapes his family could use, but this year
the supply is short and he is compelled te
purchase or pull from his vines before the
fruit is wholly ripe. Seme of our towns tewns
IKMiplc keep swarms of bees for the honey
they give, net taking into consideration
that where they receive the honey their
neighbors sillier by reason of the destruc
tion of fruit.
News About Town.
- Mr. Ames liartch, who drove into the
country yesterday, says that between here
and Chestnut J I ill the farmers are all
busily engaged in cutting thcr tobacco.
The crop throughout this poitieuof the
county is verv geed.
Mr. P. A. IScnuctl'.s deg "Dem
Pedre" foiget m was tied yesterday, and
jumped ever a fence. The rope was net
long enough te allow him te reach the
pavement and lie was hung by the neck.
Fortunately, for the deg, a man discovered
his predicament in the nick of time, and
the rope was cut.
Mr. S. Griflith, better known as
" Hudd," is visiting his mother in Colum
bia. Mr. Swift Mender, a printer of Har
risburg, is -visiting his sister, Mrs. Tay Tay
Mr. "-5. S. Clair, ol'Middletewii, Pa., was
in town a short time this morning.
The Kev. Jehn T. Kerr, of YVrightsville,
eliiciatcd in the Presbyterian church yes
terday morning, and the Kcv. J. McCoy
occupied the pulpit in the evening.
A man traveling under the neunlc plume
of Itev. SehaclTer and claiming te be the
pastor of a church in Maryland recently
destroyed byiirc, has been in town during
the past week soliciting subscriptions te
rebuild the church cdrlice. The Itcv. J.
V. Dcsheng authorizes us te say that this
Kcv. Scliacller is an imposter and should
Mr. J. E. Dewers, of Frederick City,
Md., has been appointed mail route mes
senger en the Frederick accommodation
train running between Frederick and
Lancaster city. Mr. P. B. Hallcr has
been transferred te the Baltimore Ac Ohie
railroad, te run between Baltimore ami
Grafton, "West. Virginia. We are sorry te
hear that Mr. Hallcr is te leave his present
Geerge P. Bess, of the attorney-general
department, llarrisburg, was visiting in
Miss Annie Filbert will leave hereto-day
with her friend, Miss Lydia Nagle, en a
visit of a month te the-hemc of the latter
The mercury ran into the nineties jes
tcrday. The heat was severe.
We had rain, thunder and lightniiig last
evening. Te-day it is drizzling and very
Ilcre and Tliore and Eierywlicrc.
Cooper Ac Bailey's advertising car left
town at (i:"i en Saturday evening, after
giving a popular ste-un calliope conceit.
Harry Sweitzer, a young Columbian, left
for Salt Lake City en the fast line this
afternoon. His friends "saw him off."
Jehn Wil.ncr's new and handsome brick
house at Paradise, had its chimney and
walls shattered by lightning ycsteiday.
Twe houses near Intercourse were struck
hut net burned.
St. Antheny's Catholic picnic and the
Ninth waul Hancock picnic, te have come
oil te-day, were postponed en account of
the weather; the former until the fust
fair day and the Ninth ward picnic until
The four year old daughter of Mr. Me
Connick, corner of Middle and Lime streets,
bitten in the linger by a deg some two or
three weeks age", died suddenly last night
of internal spasms, which in some respects
resembled these produced by hydrophobia.
Peter C. Eckcrt's new barn, raised en
Thursday last, en his farm near Paradise,
was blown down by the storm en Thurs
Fer a prize of $23 the Ironsides baseball
club of this city and a llarrisburg club will
contend in Columbia next Saturday.
W. P. Hambright and Jehn A. Beyle,
who have been spending some time at At
lantic City, rcturued te Lancai-tcr Saturday
Jehn E. Frauclscui Dies Under ilia lullucnce
Jehn E. Franciscus, eldest bon of the
well-known Jehn Franciscus, hotel keeper,
Seuth Quccu and Strawberry streets, died
suddenly, in the hands of his physician,
this afternoon about 2 o'clock. It appeal's
that for seme years past he had sr.ilcrci!
from heart disease, and for a few months
past had been afflicted with fistula. Te
relieve him of this last disease a sur
gical operation was deemed necessary
and as the operation is a very
severe one it was thought best
le administer chloroform. This was done
by Dr. Warren and Mr. Bcchteld, the
druggist, and Mr. Franciscus died during
its administration, but whether from hcait
disease or ether cause will probably be
made the subject of an investigation by the
coroner. Mr. Franciscus was in the 37th
year of his age, having been born March
21th, 184-1. lie was a meulder by trade,
and did his last work for 3Ir. Jehn Best.
He was a soldier during the last war,
having served nine mouths in Com
pany A, Captain Mercer, of the
122d regiment, and then te the close of the
war in Company B, Captain McCaskcy, of
the 79th regiment. Pa. Vet. Vels. He was
a widower, his wife having died about two
years age. He leaves no children. He
was a member of the Order of Improved
Bed Men, and also of the Shinier fire com
pany. Owing te his ill-health he had made
application for a pension, but at the time
of his death it had net been granted.
a i; aufielw irons.
Spliced Iluttonweod nnd Cedar.
Hen. Glazier has erected en his let, Mid
dle street, above Seuth Quccu, a Garlicld
pole. It is spliced as most of the Garlicld
poles arc--the butt being buttonwood.'and
the top cedar. Hen. seems te appreciate
the fact that the hickory is the emblem of
the Democracy, and he will have none of
it ; this is sensible en his part. He also
holds with ether Republicans that the
Union is net one and homogeneous but di
vided into two parts insecurely spliced to
gether, and se he splices his pole. He
shows mere geed sense in this matter than
when he contested Jehn Mcrriugcr's elec
tion as constable of his ward.
In East King street store windows are
displayed te-day a number of interesting
curiosities from India and ether points of
the East, which will be introduced in the
play of "Civil Marriage" at Fulton hall
this evening. Among thorn is a splendid
crape shawl which will be worn by Miss
Firmin, all of whose costumes are said te
be of unexampled elegance.
Father Weedman at St. Mary's.
Hcv. Father 'Weedman, the eloquent
Paulist priest, preached te a large congre
gation at vespers in St. Mary's church last
evening. His text was " Forgive us our
trespasses as we fergive these who tits
pass against us," anl the disCJurs? was
pointed and effective.
KEl'UBLlCAN COUNTY COMMITTEE.
Ilml te Hack Down en the Assessment!.
The meeting of the Republican county
committee this morning rwas largely at
tended. The assessments made at the
last meeting were reduced as fellows :
Candidate fur Ceugre.ss, from $1,200 te
81,000; district attorney, $800 te $.100 ;
senator, 8330 te $300 ; Assembly, $173 te
$130. The ethers were left as they had
Ikjcii fixed, the total reduction being $G75.
It was agreed te held a county mass-meeting,
the time and ether arrangements to te
be lixed by a committee of ten appointed
by the chair.
The Ephrata Democracy.
On Satuiday evening the Ephrata Han
cock club was favored with an able and el
oquent address by Jehn A. Ceyle, esq., of
Lancaster. The speaker elicited applause
whenever reference was made te Hancock
in any sphere. Addresses were also made
by Geerge Bolster, Albeit Bewman, I).
Rhine Hertz and ethers, the meeting at
all times showing the utmost enthusiasm.
The club is prospering having new one
hundred and eighty names enrolled.
Hew lie Saved Ills Sen.
liracl Jenc.-, of Franklin station, Ohie, has a
son whom the doctors have given up with
Diabetes. He applied a Uav's Kihm:v P.i,
when he commenced te Improve and ij new
able te get out and attend te his wark.
"Civil Marriage" Te-night. TUi: appear
ance at Pulton opera heitc thii evening of
Miss Kirmin and Mr. Jehn Jack In the comedy
drama of "Civil Marriage " pes-essiw lealurcs
of interest that ought te attract a large audi
ence. Their reception home alter a six-years'
Jouriicy.areund the world was mestflattcriiig,
mid they have played te bigiiudlenccs at t lie
Park theatre, Philadelphia, ler the pa-t
tun week'., receiving Use high commendations
et the new .papers. The play Is described as
"a socialistic view et of modern science," and
i- said te be an adaptien of Sardeu's "Daniel
Kechat." In the cast we observe the familiar
name et Mr. Sam Ilemple. the popular come
dian, and ether favorites. The company is
under Mr. Jehn D. Mi-hlisr's management.
HcrrASIuuffcr, local agents ler the Lancas
ter county mutual Insurance company, have
tut lit te Jehn Adam Ziegler?l.rn, ler the death
of hi horse recently.
Fragrant with delicate Hew or odor. and
healing balsams Culiciiru Seap.
Tlie Three C races.
sue lcprc-eutcil with perfectly developed
forms beauty ami health combined. Ne decayed-eeothed
man or woman tan be healthy,
because digestion must be imperfect. U.sc
SOZODONT, gel healthy teeth, geed digestion
and a :-eund body. Ucvlve the three Graces.
Consumptives gain in flesh, strength and
spirits under a dally use et Malt Hitters.
It is impossible tera woman alter a faithful
eour.-eel treatment with Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound te continue te Miller
with a weakness et the uterus. Enclose a
stamp te Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham, 233 Western
avenue, Lynn, Mass., for pamphlets.
Try i.eeher's ICeiiewued Cough Syrup.
Warm Weather and its Effects.
Many people, especially ladies, complain at
i hii season of the year of a general weakness
or I'ebllily. The use of Speer's l'erl Grape
Wine prevents this. The wine is said te have
a most wonderful effect in giving strength,
vigor ami tone te the whole system. It is ex
tensively used by ladies nursing, or about te
nurse Infants. This wine isnetamanufaetured
article no liquor isadded te it. ltis no patent
medicine or cordial humbug, but is a superior
wine of the Oporto grape. Ills pure, old, un
adulterated nine, nothing mere or less. Mr.
Speer has been supplying hospitals Willi his
w ine for many years past. U is said te be un
surpassed ler summer complaints, and for
weakly persons. The price is low ler se eeel
leiila wine, and no lamilv need be without it.
Tills wiivj is endorsed by Dm. Allen and
Davis, and sold by II. K. Sluyiunkcr.
Ilea. y Clement, Almonte, writes: "Fer a
long tiincl was troubled with chronic Rheu
matism, at times wholly disabled ; 1 tried any
thing ami everything recommended, but failed
te get imv benefit until a gentleman who was
cured of i rheumatism by Dr.Theinas' Ecleelrie
Oil told me about it. 1 began using it both in
ternally and externally, and before two bot
tles were used I was radically cured. We Hud
it a household medicine, and for Croup.
Iturns. Cuts and Bruises, it has no equal.'
Fer sale by Jf. 15. Cochran, druggist, 137 and 139
ertn tnicen street, i-nncisier. J.a. m
Mothers! .1: ethers!! Mothers:!!
Are you "disturbed at night and broken el
your rest by a sick child sull'eiiiig and crying
with the excruciating pain of cutting tcctliT
!!. go at once and get a het lie of Mil's. WINS
LOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP, it will relieve the
peer little sufferer Immediately depend upon
it: there Is no mistake about IL There is neta
met her en earth who lias ever used it, who will
net tell you at ence that it will regulate the
bowels, and give rest te the mother, and relief
and health te the child, epcratihg like magic.
It is perfectly safe te iteln all cases, and pleas
ant te the. t:iste, and is the prescription et one
et the eldest and best female physicians and
nurses in the United Slates. .-e!d everywhere
25 cents a bottle. il7-lyd&w M.W.tS
"WlialV the matter, Jehn?' "O! a big
boil " " Well w by don't you lake ' Dr. Lind
scy's Bleed Searcher,' and be cured""
Tiy Leclicr's Renowned Cough Syrup.
Tina;:: is se Evaporation or Deterioration
in strength about Dr. Themas' Eciectric Oil.
Tins Ingredients of this incomparable anti
rheumatic and threat and lung remedy arc net
volatile but lixed pure and imperishable .
Pain, lameness and stiffness are relieved by it,
and It may be used with equai benelit exter
nally and internally. Fer sale by II. B. Coch
ran, druggist, 137 and 139 North ("uecii street,
Lancaster, l'a. 21
Try Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup.
Their Uights and Dmlcs by Law.
I have suffered from a kidney difficulty for
the past ten years, accompanied w ith nervous
siiasms. Physicians gave me but temporary
relief, but alter using three and one-half bot
tles of Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure,
my nervous spasms xrtsreenlirelg relieved. My
age Is77 vears. 1 recommend this great rem.
edy te'alf suffering from nervous troubles, j
MRS. MARY RKKSK.
ZfrEaUen, Pa. 4
Try Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup.
Have you headache, pain in the back, coated
tongue, or dizziness? If se, take "Sellers
Lier Fills. Sold by all druggists.
"JSrewn's llrenchlal Treehex" are used with
advantage te alleviate Coughs, Sere Threat,
Hoarseness and RreiichUil At'ectlens. Fer
thirty years these Troches have been in use,
with 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 fewstaplcreincd'csef the age.
"Jiruivii'x JirenchUtl Treehts"1 act directly
en the organs ofihe voice. They have an ex
traordinary effect in all disorders of the Threat
and Larynx, restoring a healthy tone when re
laxed, cither Irem cold or ovcr-cxertlen or the
voice, and produce a clcarand distinct enunci
ation. (Sfnca.rcrattnd'iS'iHflrcrsllnd the Troches
A Cough, Celli, Catarrh ei Sere Threat re
quires Immediate attention, as neglect often
times results In some Incurable Lung Disease.
BreiciVs Jirenchial Troches " will almost in
variably give relief. Imitations are offered for
sale, many el which arc injurious. The genu
ine "Krown' Bronchial Troches" are sold
only in boxes. ianlj-lyd&wTu.Tlu-iS
Try Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup
Rauii At her home, m Quarry ville, en Sat
urday, Aug. 23, Mi-s Ella Raub, in the 23d year
of her age.
Funeral from her le-idencc en Tuesday at 9
a. in. Interment and services at Mennonite
meeting lieu?e, New FreYi'lcncc, at 9 a. m.
ELIM.G. SNYDER, of the Ninth ward.wil
be a candidate for the democratic, nomination
te the Legislature from Lancaster City. Sub
ject te Democratic rules. tp
The fourth ward club will meet ou Tuesday
evening, Augu3t 31," at Rethwciler's hall at 8
o'clock. A full attendance is desired.
The it of SEPTEMBER Is the last day for
registration and assessment.
The assessor of each district is required te
be at the election house en WEDNESDAY and
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1st and 2d, from
10 a. m. te 3 p. m and from 6 p. m. te 9 p. m.,
te perfect the list of voters.
All persons entitled te vote should personal
ly see that they are usse.vcd as well as regis
tered." Persen intending te be naturalized belere
the 2d of OCTOUEK should al-e be assessed
ami registered by the 2d of SEPTEMBER.
Committee en naturalization : J. L. Steiu
metz, 1). MeMiillen, B. F. Davis, Jehn A.
Ceyle, U. F. Montgomery. Persons desiring
te be naturalized can applv te any of these, or
te W. V. Uensel, at the Ijctkllieexcer office.
Hancock Veteran Association meets at Cen
tral Headquarter every Tuesday evening.
Conference committee meets en every sec
ond and leurth Wednesday of the month.
Campaign committee meets regularly every
Hancock Legien meets every lirl and third
Monday of the month.
There will be a general mass meeting of the
City Democracy and lighting up of the Central
Headquarters transparency, in the southeast
angle of Centre Square, en FRIDAY EVEN
ING, SEPT. 3. The ward clubs will meet at
their respective headquarters and march
therelrem te ; the Central Headquarters at
7:45 p. in., sharp. There w ill be speaking.
Aspecial mcctingel" the Ninth ward Han
cock and English club will be held at their
club room, ever Arneld Haas's saloon, Xerth
('tici-n Street, en Tuesday evening, 31st, at H
o'clock. All members who have subscribed
their names tethe subscription list will please
attend for the payment of uniforms,
A regular meeting or the Hancock Veteran
association will be held en TUESDAY EVEN
ING, at o'clock. Four companies will te
formed and the attendance of every member
is requested, as company officers will be elect
ed. Third Ward.
The Hancock and English club or the Third
ward will meet en TU ESDAY EVENING. 31sl
inst., at 8 o'clock, at the Central club rooms.
Final action will be taken in regard te uni
forms. A full alteiidaneee! the bloekcommit bleekcommit bloekcemmit
tee is requested. '-a1'
The Yeung Men's Hancock and English club
et the Seventh ward will meet at Utzinger's sa
loon, Middle street, en TUESDAY EVENING,
at 8 o'clock. A punctual attendance et the
members is requested. The picnic will be held
at Green Cottage en Monday. Sept. :.
FOB PRESIDENT :
GEN. WINFIELD S. HANCOCK,
FOB VICE PRESIDENT :
HON. WILLIAM H. ENGLISH,
The great principles or Amerlcnu lib
erty arc still the Icwfiil inheritance of
this neenlc, ana ever should lie. The
right of trial by jury, the habeas corpus,
the liberty of the press, lac ircedem el
speeclu the natural rights or persons nnd
the rights or property must be preserved.
51aj. tJiif.Cemtl'jrllepi. La. ami Texas.
Stale Llccleral Ticket.
It. E. MONAGHAN,
V. II. PLAYFORD.
K. A. I UK.
.1. M. CAMPBl-'LL.
JOHN N, MOFFET.
NATHAN C. JAMES.
JAMES G. aicSl'ARRAN.
DR. ALFRED J. MARTIN
ADAM G ERRING Kit.
11. K. DAVIS.
GEORGE A. POST.
A. M. BENTONJ
.1. 1. LINTON.
COL. JOHN S. MILLER.
J. O. SAXTON.
J. A. J. BUCHANAN.
ROBERT M. GIBSON.
HARRY W. WILSON
.1. ROSS THOMPSON.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
peit RcriiEMi: jimei.
FOU ATTMTOn (IBNKRAl.
ROBERT F. DECHERT.
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET.
FOU DIST1UCT ATTOKKKV.
FOU SENATOR (I Jill IlISTKICT.)
J. B. DOUGLASS.
FOU ASSKMI-.LV (2d DISTRICT.)
S. C. STEVENSON,
S. P. SHIRK.
ivu ASbianiLY I'M msriiurr.
II. M. BRENKMAN.
J ACOit M. 1IAENLEN.
rea rniseN iKsrKCTens.
BARTON N. WINTERS.
roil roeu niRKirreits.
A. J. SNYDER,
MISS CLAKA . KAUUII
will give lcssseiis en the FIANe. Fer
iiti in j imt iti ii nt
llil 37 WEST ORANGE ST.
Tlic picnic ler t lie b''nefltel St. Antheny's
church, -a hich was te be held te-day. is post
poned until te-morrow if the weather is favor
able, and It net, en the first line day. ltd
New and fresh, at the VERY LOWEST POSSI
Shelf-Wern Scheel Beeks,
All the new books just Introduced into the
schools of our city en hand and ready for de
livery at introduction prices.
Scheel Bags, Scheel Straps,
and all ether articles used In the school room
always en hand.
CHAS. H. BARR,
35 Centre Square.
Ne. MCi North Queen ntreet for the Cheapest
and Best BOOTS AND SHOES.
105 Six: of the Kit? Shee. 105
100 Tens et Rags Wanted,
Fer which the highest price will be paid.
i CENTS PER FOUND FOR GOOD
The highest price paid ter Woolens, Old
Paper, Beeks, tc. Ten Raj? Asserters wanted
te whom the highest price will be paid.
JOHN A. SHOBER,
Cor. North Qtie.cn and Orange Streets,
y9-tfdU Lancaster, Fa
LADIES AND OENTS
It you want a
GOOD FITTING BOOT OR SHOE,
Ready-made or made te order, call at
Xe. 103 North Queen Street.
CUStOW Werk a Specialty. Je2GSftWtfd
Among the many vantages gaiaediby 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 on en
trusted te us.
MUSICAL. BOX REPALNING,
MONOGRAM INSCRIPTION AND
ORNAMENTAL ENGRAVING, (Sec.
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.
On and after SATURDAY, AUGUST -ft, the entire stock et BOOTS AND SJIS.Vm.V,1.0
PARLOR SHOE STORE, Ne. 2 EAST KING STREET, will be offered at a great SACRIIj ILL,
te CLOSE OUT BUSINESS. Desiring te engage in ether btndne-s, I take thU opportunity te
etlcr the entire stock, consisting et
10,000 Pairs of Beets and Shoes of the best Styles and Makes,
at least 23 per cent, le than they can be bought elsewhere. Having made a specialty in geed
goods ler the last two years aspleiidid opportunity is new offered te buy superior I.f nil and
SHOES at lower prices than TRASH can be bought elsewhere.
Wishiinrte purchase their BOOTS AND SHOES for Fall and Winter, new is j-eur chance te buy
CHEAP. Ceuutrv hterckcepcr-i will de well te call while our stock is yet complete. "Ae-ilse
havea llnc.f very nne goods w hieh e will sell from $1 te 2 a pair less than belerc. The KN
T1RE STOCK niustbeSOLDeutas SOON as POSSIBLE. We also elfer a part et .Ajtun-jier
the -tore, consisting of revolving fixture In window. Lounges, part of shelving. Writing Disk,
one Fireproof Combination Safe, as geed as new, and fine Shew Case and Stand, :it
PARLOR SHOE STORE,
Ne. 2C 1-3 East King St, op-iesite Lancaster Ce. Bank.
C. A. Reeee.
ax wav run tiskmests
for Umcaster City and County, at
L M. FLYNN'S
Ne. Vi AVEST KINO STREET.
New ami Second-hand, at
S. H. Zanm & Ce.'s,
Nes. IS and 20 Seuth (Juer u Street.
A large supply cheaper than ever. Call and
See. Boek: exchanged. a28-2UIR
Monday, Aug. 30, 1380.
MR. JOHN D. MISHLER has the pleasure et
presenting the lar-faiued artishi,
ha lug ju:t returned le America alter a six
vears'teur around the world, who will apiear
in the great Parisian siicccs, the great comedy
Supported by A GOOD COMPANY.
l'rlccs, 35, 50 and 75 Cents.
Diagram at Yecker's box ofliee. a2i"-4tl
The lamens mammoth three-deck Steamer
Leaves Race Street Wharf at 7 a. m., arriving
at Cape May about iy, p. in. Returning, leaves
Cape May at 3 o'clock p. m., giviiigatuple time
Ter batliinir or a drive en the beach. A full
Brass Band and Orchestra Music Ter dancing.
Parler Entertainments varied weekly. Lunch
eons and Refreshments in abundance. Din-nei-sand
suppers provided. Oysters and Fish
served for supper a lew moments alter taken
from the water.
Fare for llic Round Trip - $1.00.
SUNDAYS Will leave Race Street Wharf at
' '. S. A Bread Gauge Steam R. it. will con
vey passengers te Cape Island in h minutes.
Tickets for sale at
CHAS. LT. RARll'S,
WANTED. KVEKIBOBV TO ADVER
tlse, free of charge, in the -Lntelmhih-kr,
who wants something te de.
ANTED AN UNFURNISHED ROOM
in n house with a respectable family l
an aged man. Apply at this eflice. 2td
ANTED A WIDOW WOMAN WANTS
a situation te de general housework.
Apply at 435 East Grant street. 2td
ANTISD A GIRL ADOUT It YEARS
et age te assist In light work. Apply at
WANTED A YOUNU UIRL WANTS A
situation te assist in general house
work. Apply at Ne. 301 East Chestnut street.
A middle-aged woman te help te de
house work in the country. Te a geed person
steady employment, geed wages and a com
fortable home's guaran ted. Inquire at West
ern Hetel. ltd
W' ANTEW-A YOUMS MAN OF INDUS INDUS
trleus ami steady habits wishes a situa
tion where he can make himseir useful. Net
particular what kind et work. Please address,
G. W. F.
ltd Lancaster P. O.
USIIELS NOT ACKKS.
Baugh's 25 Phosphate,
A Reliable Wheat Manure for
$25 PER TON.
Analysis Guaranteed. Address
BAUGH & SONS,
20 Seuth Delaware Avenue,
S-l'iirc Dissolved Raw JJencs composed et
Pure Raw Benes anil Oil et Vitriol only com
pletely dissolved. Send ler our special low
SOUTH JERSEY 1NST1TUTI. BRIDGE BRIDGE
ten, X. J. Fer both texes. College pre
paratory. Institute, classical and scientific
courses. Building brick. Modern improve
ments. Climate mild, very healthy. Instruc
tion thorough. Begins September 3. Semi for
catalogue. ' H.K.TRASK,
3118 VELIj. IXHO VS.
"fcflSS MAYER'S SCHOOL, NO 114 NORTH
11 Prince street, will re-open MONDAY,
SEPTEMBER (!. 7td
LANCASTER KINDEIMJAKTKN WILL
reopen MONDAY, SEPTEMBER I, IfM.
at 131 North Duke street. Advanced pupils
will be taken charge of by Tacy A. Uleim,
graduate of Swarthmerc College, Fa.
INSTRUCTION IN MUSH MISS MAUlilE
Spurrier will begin her Instructions in
Piane Music September 1. Fer particulars
apply at Ne. KB North Duke street.
(1 KA1N Sl'ECULATlON
X In large or small amounts. $23 or $20,000
Write W. T. SOULE & CO.. Commission Mer
chants, 13(1 La Sidle street, Chicago, HI., for cir
AK. McUANN, AUCTIONEER OF REAL
. Estate and Personal Property. Orders
left at Ne. .". Charlette street, or at the Black
Herse Hetel, 44 and 4B North Queen street, will
receive prompt attention. Billsmadeeutand
ttended te without additional cost- e27-ly
Centre Siptare, is the most cheerful place in
town. Plenty et light and lresh air. Best el
beer en tap. Liquors of all kind-', the best in
the city. Come and see. aug27-lwd
or furnace and ISO tens of range coal et
geed quality for use of Lancaster county
prison will be received at W. F. Beyers's
eflice. Ne. 17 North Duke street, en or before
September fi, l"t, at !l o'clock sum. By order
of the beard. AMOS RUTTER,
me THE TEACHERS AND 1'UriLS OF
J. the public school". Thclollewlng notice
it K.BiTKiii-Ln.Isfi..CitvSuit. Lancaster. Fa.
Deau Sin. Under the new rule adopted by
the Beard et" Directors August 111. the common
schools of the city et Lancaster w ill be opened
Wednesday, the first day erScptember, ne.t.
Yeu will please te cause notice of the same le
be duly given.
By order et Superintending Committee.
DAN. G. BAKER,
The undersigned desires te meet the teachers
for consultation previous te the opening of
the schools at his eflice, as fellows :
Primary Grades August 30 at a a. in.
Secondary G rades August 31 at 9 a. in.
R. K. BUEHRLE,
Geld & Silver Mining Ce.,
Capital, $l,oeo,ooo, Number of Shares of
Stock, loe.ooo. Par Value, $le.
Stock lull paid anil net assessable.
f Ne. Ill East Third St.,
1 ini, -J Leadville, Colerado.
Bushier Ofliccs : N i(x. Walimt Place,
(. Philadelphia, Fa.
President Ekwis (J. Fay.
Secretary and Treasurer A. II Moen::.
Solicitor F. F. Bkieiitly.
S uperlntcndeilt F.U. Fa v.
A limited number of shares et stock el tni.s
ceinpany.will be sold at one dollar per share.
Prospectus sent by mail en application te the
company's eflice at Philadelphia.
Twenty-scvcutli Annual Exhibition
'a ApMtnral Soci
MAIN CENTENNIAL BUILDING,
FAIRM0UNT PARK, PHIlAD'A.
SEPTEMBER 6 te 18.
Entries and Competition Free !
SHEEP, WOOL AND WOOL PRODUCTS.
SEi'TEUBER 20 le 25, 1880.
Entry Beeks will close at the Ofilce, North
west corner of Tenth and Chestnut streets,
August 31, 18S0.
$40,000 IN PREMIUMS.
CASH PRIZKS FOR LIVE STOCK, 8X4,315.
Excursion Tickets at Greatly Reduced Rate.
Liberal Arrangements for Transportation.
D. W. SELLER,
WILLIAM S. BISSELL,
UY THE 1ILATC1ILEY
Fer Cisterns or Wells of any depth.
1'i.Aix, ntex, i'eiivi:r.Aix en vui'i'Mt
B rands , AC, U.X1X, G(.5, U.Ne. 1, It. BB, B Ne.
Fer sale by the Hani ware; Trade, Country
Stores, Pump Makers, etc. See tliat the Fump
you buy is stenciled
C. G. BLATOHLEY,
Manu facturcr, tOS Market st, FhiladclpIiIa.Pa
CANVASSERS MAKE FROM 825 TO 850
per week selling goods for E. G. RIDE
OUT A CO., 10 Barclay street, New Yerk. Send
for Catalogue and terms. jinglG-l y w
MONDAY EVENING, AUG. 30. 1880
Washington, D. C, Aug. 30. Fer tbe
ll'uldle Atlantic states, stationary or
higher followed lower barometer, cooler
north te east winds, partly cloudy weather
and occasional local rains.
Te-Day Telegraphic News.
The Brighten beach races were declared
" off" te-day en account of the -"feather.
Near Lynchburg, Va., Elmore H. Der.
by's farm building was burned by light
ning en Saturday night with the crop of
hay just harvested. Less, 81,000. Aitlnir
Whiting's house was also burned.
Henry Grasil and Michael Cirkcr, em
ployed te move seme furniture in Madisen
avenue, New Yerk, quarreled ever the
pay. Uirker pushed Crasil se that he fell,
struck his head en the curb, fractured his
skull and is dying at the hospital. Cirkcr
is locked up.
A misplaced switch caused a pony engine
and a freight te collide at Centre street,
Cleveland, last night. Jehn King, engi
neer of the pony, was thrown or jumped
oft' and was killed, his body being cut in
two and horribly mangled. Other train
hands were severely injured.
Of a crowd discussing politics at the
station yJatferm at lteckdalc, near Ches
ter, last evening, Jehn Dufly shot at Wm.
Drake. It missed him, but killed Themas
Cenncr, aged 19. Duffy has given him
self up r.ud claims the killing te have been
All the professional oarsmen except Ten
Eyck entered for the general regatta this
week are en hand.
Ex-Gov. Paul G. Hcbcrt, of Louisiana,
died at New Orleans this morning, at the
age of OS years.
Twe negrees quarreled at a picnic jat
Tliamendale, Chariton county, Me. One
killed the ether, and when Constable
O'Brien tried te arrest the murderer, and
when he swore that nobody should arrest
him or take his pistol, O'Brien killed him
with a shotgun.
In New Castle, Ivy., Constable Cochran
arresting two men for lighting, was fol
lowed te the justice's elficj by Allan
Thompson, with murderous threats.
Thompson drew his revolver te exocute
them, but Ceehrau get the drop en him
and killed him, after which the constable
gave himself up.
This morning 12 feet of pier 12 East
river, New Yerk, caved in and stink. The
pier was leaded with old iron, fifteen tens
Avoeb Khan has abandoned the invest
ment of Caudahar and taken position en
the Argnndab river. Gen. Phagre's ad
vance has occupied Gatai, and troops are
rapidly moving forward.
The Memphis health authorities are en
the alert te prevent the landing of the tow
beat Itaven from New Orleans which pro
ceeded en its way from Vieksburg last
evening against the pretests of Dr. C. A.
Hice, inspector of the national beard of
health, after he had taken live sick people
UOINCS IN DELAWARE.
A Itnd illan en an L.xctirhieii Train.
WibMiMtreN, Del., Aug. e0. A serious
row occurred last evening among the pas
sengers en an excursion train en the Dela
ware railroad near Middlctewn, during
which a man whose name could net be
learned shot two ether men, leaped from
the train while if was in rapid motion and
escaped. The injured men are net fatally
Republican Delegate Election.
The returns from the entire state of the
Republican delegate election en Saturday
for delegates te the state convention te be
held at Dever en Thursday, arc all in and
indicate the nomination of Hen. Jehn II.
Housten of the judiciary for Congress.
THE 15ROOKLYN MURDER.
Sensation Caused by the Stabbing or Lawyer
The murder of lawyer Geerge C. Har
ward has caused quitca sensation in Brook
lyn. The police have arrested Walter J.
Best and Jeseph II. llarley en suspicion of
teing concerned in the tragedy, and arc
en the track of two ethers. The men ar
rested elaim te knew nothing of the mur
der. The Brooklyn bar will held meeting
te express sorrow at the death of Mr. liar
Hurt by a Hand Car.
On Saturday evening as Jacob Mc
Nananay, a track hand en the Pennsylvania
railroad, was riding en a hand-car, between
Gap and Chrfctiana, he was thrown from
the car and it passed ever his body, injur
ing him very severely internally. He was
removed te his home at Christiana. Dr.
Plank, who attended him, regards his case
as very serious.
I .'STATIC OF DANIEL W1KEB. LATE OF
Zi Stnisburg township, Lancaster county,
deceased. Letters testamentary en said estate
having been granted te the. undersigned, all
persons indebted te bald decedent are request
ed te make immediate settlement, and these
having claims or demands against the estate of
said decedent, te make known the same te the
undersigned without delay, residing in Stnts
burg township. SAMUEL II. WIKER,
1.1 STATU OF DANIEL LEFEVEH
Zl (Fanner), late of Drumerc township, de
ceased. Letters testamentary en said estate
having been granted te the undersigned, all
persons indebted thereto are requested te
make immediate settlement, and these having
claims or demands against the same will pre
sent thein without delay ler settlement te the
C. M. HESS, or Drumerc Twp.,
DANIEL D HESS, of Eden Twp.,
T. E. Ekasklix, Executers.
Waltkk 31. Fkahkli:', Ally's. migl-'.tw
INSTATE OF .JACOB UA1CGE LATE OF
li Stnisburg borough, deceased. Letters or
administration en said estate having liccn
granted te the undersigned, all persons Indebt
ed thereto are requested te make immediate
payment, and thei-e having claims or demands
against the same, will present them without
delay for settlement te the undersigned, resid
ing in Lancaster city, Fa.
.1 ACOB BARGE, Administrator.
D. P. Resexmiller. Jit., Att'y. aug!-tw
ESTATE Of HORACE W. K1LLIAN,
late of Ephrata township, deceased. Let
ters or administration en said estate having
Ijeen granted te the undersigned, all persons
Indebted thereto are requested te make imme
diate settlement, and these having claims or
demands against the same, will present them
without delay ler settlement te the undersign
ed, residing in said township.
A. G. IvILLIAN,
Residing at Akren,
Wm. S. Amwee, Administrator.
Atteme v. Ne. 13S E. King St., Lancaster.
Herse Cellar Factory and Leather Stere
20 and 32 East Orange St., Lancaster, Pa.
WaatCl--Byc Straw at all times. apr2i-tt
Nw Iemc Amj. 30. Fleur State nniriVcst
ernlmycrs' favor duU; Senthcrn dull, heavy :
Wheat opened a shade stronger, afterwards
adTaneolest;No. 1 White. Aug. $1 07 (te
Sept, SI 07c : October, $1 t7Kc : de Ne. S Red
September $1 07c -de Oct. it l (Xc i
de "Nev. SI Oe.
Cern a shade stronger; moderate trade;
Mixed western spot, " SPVf 31Je ; de future,
Oats quiet and linn; St-tf&'at 36lic.; West
ern, at -BQlOc. -' "
Philadkuhia. August 30. Fleur steady
supcrflne 13 9003 00 ; extra S3 500 '
Ohie and Indiana family 5 S05 75;
Fenn'a family de $4 7505 S3; St. Leuis family at
$3 500(1 00 ; Minnesota family S3 ZiQa OO ; patent
and high grades Stl 5008 00.
Rye flour at S3 2JfjT SO.
Wheat dull and lewer: Ne. 2 Western Red
S104kl 0; Fenn'a Red II 03; Amber at
Cern stead v; steamer 32c: yellow 3:'c:
Oats dull and lewer: Ne. 1. White lia: Ne.
2, de 10c; Ne.3, de J7.(i-tc; Ne. '. Mixed
Kycscarce and nominal, SOiTSJe.
Previsions market unlet; incsa perk
S16 00; beer hams 21 eu22 ; Indian m."ss
beet at Slt 00; bacon smoked shoulders
7c; salt de tfttc: smoked hams l-Sc;
pickled hains 10i(j)llc.
Lard quiet; city kettle at S?c; loose
bulchcrs sc ; prime steam sc.
Butter steady with light supplies ; Cream
ery extra 23'Jc; Creamery geed te choice
22!3c; Bradford county and New Yerk extra.
23c; Western reserve extra It 17c; de geed
te choice 1313c; Rolls dull ; Fenn'a extra
13Q1G; Western reserve extra 13lte.
KKSS quiet ; Fenn'a at We: Western Uv.
Cheese strong, held; New Yerk full
cream 13c; Western full cream 12c:
de fair te geed HVe; de half skims 10
IB. .nf. ...... .I..... . al.....a t'..
4 1 VUII1VIIU1 lit 111, IVUUtll VH
n msicy i 1 4.
Seeds Geed te prime Clever linn at SS 23
GO 00; Timethy firm at 12 2002 10; Flaxseed
quiet at $120.
Fiin.Ani-i.ruiA, Aug. JO. Ciittle in fair
demand : receipts ..330 head. Prime SJ.I-'c
geed lJB3-;e; medium IJ ..ic ; common "1?
tjtc. , .
Sheep market fair; receipts 12,'Jno head.
Frimu 4JfiS5e; geed 1 "'.; medium l-6
4.e ; common 'l,i41ie.
Ile-is Market active; receipts 1,300 head;
selliiiir at 7J(j''c.
A.Jf. A.M. I. M. P.M.
11-30 1:20 2:13 3:20
New Yeiik, Aug. 30.
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Michigan Centnd R. R ..: :l ....
Chicago X N. W. R. R. W'i Ki? mfii ....
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Han. X SI. Jes. R. R. Coin. te't tl5s 40; ....
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Ontario and Western R. R. 21J
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New Jersuv Central R.R... 7I, 73' 7M: ...
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Wextern Union Tel. Ce.... HK 10842 l!i ....
Pacific Mall S. S. Ce. :Sli 31 Jti ....
Manhattan Klevatud It. R.. 2iiJi 27 27i ....
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Kansas X Texas fOj; & 31
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Cleveland X Pittsburgh...
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Pittsburgh Ft. Wayne...
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Pennsylvania R, R 57 5X
1'hil'a. X Reading R. R llij, 1IJ.
Lehigh Valley It. R KI" ;
Lehigh Navigation Ce.....3F'$j'-.-'l"!
Northern Pacific R. R. Cem '. il'
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Northern Central R. R : 'M
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Centnd Trans. Ce.
FOKSALE OR ItKXT,
IIUICLIU SALE OF VALUAIJLE CITY
PROPERTY. On SATURDAY. SEPTEM
BER 2", lKl. the undersigned executer or the
will of Kllliau Beck, decea.sed. will eiler at
public sale at the Columbia ('nnlcn hotel.
Seuth ('neeii street, Lancaster city. Pa., the
following described real estate el" said de
ceased, te wit:
All that certain one-story and attic rramc
DWELLING HOUSE with Frame Kitchen at
tached. Frame Barn with Wagen Shed attach
ed. Heg Sty and ether outbuildings. Well el
water with pump therein, fruit trcesand ether
improvements, and I ACRES andSCPERCIIES
of fand, mere orless.thcrctebelongiiig.situate
en the south side or Leve lane, in said city of
Lancaster, adjoining Love lane and properly
of Christian Bees and ntliciN.
Side te commence at 7 o'clock p m. en said
day, when attendance will be given and terms
made known by
.lACOlt tiUNOAKKIt, Auct. ailg2(-TlK"fc31tsd
Ten-roomed, two-story and Mansard reef,
Green Stone Frent Dwellings,
Nes. 123 and t:K West Orange Street.
Willi all the best
Including. leaning's Improved Londen water
closets, inarblc-tep washstand, Improved wali-ed-in
range, cellar heater, perlect dr.dmige and
sewerage, deep, dry cellar, white marble Ikisc
and steps, Ac., &c. Let 22 by 213 feel te a I In :t
wide alley, front yard 21 feet in dcpth,iucleM:d
with ornamental iron fence.
Fer terms, Ac., apply te
aug21-WAStfd Ne.!) .Seuth Duke St.
PUBLIC SALE OF VALUAHLE HEAL
ESTATE. -On THURSDAY. OCTOBER 7.
1880, will be sold atpubllesale, en the premises,
en the Millcrsville pike, in the city or Lancas
ter and county or Lancaster, Fa., the following,
le wit "
A tract et land, containing S ACRES, mere
or less, en which Is erected a large and conve
nient two story BRICK HOUSE, witli Mansard
Keer and a two-story Itrfck Back Building at
tached, and a small Summer Kitchen; gas
through the heuse: has a line liall and eleven
large rooms, conveniently laid out; a well or
ncvcr-tal!!ng water with iiumntlierein, cistern
and a choice let or Irnit trees in bearing order,
peach eichard, etc.: a tine driving read te and
from the house. The ground frenLs en three
streets : would be well adapted for building
lets. There Is also n geed cellar under the
whole house; heater in cellar, and geed ven
tilation in all the rooms; there Is an observa
tory en top et the house, also a geed large
Barn, Carriage Heuse, Ice Heuse, stabling ler
three horses and two cows, with water at the
barn ; a glass front 'hennery, 55 feet long, with
work-shop attached. There are en this property
about prr different varieties or grapei, bearing,
witli a line let or shrubbery, evergreen and
This property Is well worth the attention et
persons who wish te buy a private residence,
or ler building lets, or ter a florist.
Any person wishing te view the prejxirty
previous te the day et sale em dosebyl calling
en the undersigned residing en the same, either
by letter or personally.
Sale te commence at 2 o'clock F. 31. el wild
day, when attendance will be given and condi
tions or sale will be made kyn(, Mm
S. Hkhs A Sey, Auct. aug21-ltdAntdSA7tw
PUBLIC HALE OF VALUABLE ICEAL
ESTATE. On WEDNESDAY, SEFTEJI
BERir., 1880, will be sold at public sale en the
premises, situated in Rnphe township, ou the
read leading trem 3It. Jey te Jlanlieim. one
half mile northeast or 3It. Jey, adjoining lands
et Christian Geed, Jeseph Detweiler, Jno.
Brcnenmn and the Little Chiques Salunga
creek, a Valuable Farm ceiitulniiig LJ3 ACRLS.
en which Is erected a two-story Brick Heuse
with twn-stery brick wing attached. There is
ue liner rami house in lincaster county. A
balcony extends the whole length or the house
en the nrst 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 Hie third story. The cellar Is cement
ed and has a sub-arched cellar underneath,
whicli is intended for keeping milk, butter,
meats, Ac. Stene Tenant Heuse with basement
kitchen. A large bank barn, wlicn erected in
1871, cost nearly $3,000. Attached te the barn l
a building which contains a horse power and
above is a large mew. A large straw house at
tached te the barn, a carriage house, wagon
ulind corn crib nnd all necessary outbuildings.
all of which are covered with slate. A large
ice house near the house. The rcnclng is com
posed or locust pests and chestnut rails. The
property lias been thoroughly limed within
the last five years, is in a high state or cultiva
tion, and is one el the most desirable farms; in
If desired 15,000 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 3Ir.
Charles Bender, residing thereon.
Sale te commence at 1 o'clock p. m. of said
day, when attendance wUT Jftg-
L, D. Gawaehi-k, Anct.augWwjkct(leawS