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LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1880.
Death of Samuel Jehns, of Leacock Town
ship. In the death of Samuel.' Jehns, Lea
cock township, this county, loses one or
her eldest, wealthiest and most respected
citizens. Fer the last few days he had
been cemplaininR of a severe pain in tbe
side. This had been a complaint of long
standing of his, but was brought back in
a severe form by a misfortune a short time
since of falliug in the barn. On Henday
this week, the pain left his side and ledged
near his heart and in his breast. On that
day lie walked around the yard as usual
until the afternoon about 4 e clock, when
he took his bed. On Tuesday he seemed
no worse, and conversed freely with his
friends. At midnight en Tuesday he be
came unconscious and remained se until
death relieved him of his suffering at 11
a. m. Wednesday, September 1.
lie was one of these sturdy Pennsylvania
farmers who. by their industry and thrift,
have met with success in all undertakings,
and at the time of his death was worth at
least $100,000. He belonged te the old
school Lutherans and was noted for his
benevolent acts. He hail a kind word for
all in distress, and these te whom the Ged
or plenty had net smiled he gave liberally.
In politics he adhered strongly te the
dd Jeffcrseuian and Jackseniau doctrine,
and never, it is said, "cut the Democratic
ticket in a national or state election.'
He will be buried from his late residence,
a riiert distance northwest of Mechanics
burg, en te-morrow (Saturday morning
at 1 1 o'clock.
Tobacco "Frezen" by Lightning.
The Mt. Jey Star is the reliable author
ity for the remarkable statement that in a
recent storm a blinding Hash of lightning
Htruck the highest point of an cightccu cightccu
acre tobacco patch en the farm of Henry
Kurtz, adjoining Mt. Jey en the south.
Witliiu a radius r ten feet a number of
the tobacpe stalks resemble frozen tobacco
with the leaves badly tern as if by hail.
The stalks vlitrc the stroke was the
heaviest were upioetcd. Mr. Jehn Haines,
a farm baud, whila passing by in company
with his son, when about fifty feet Irein
where the most damage was done, was se
nheckcd that lie Tell te the ground, be
wildered. He says that the otler rescm-
i.i.l !... .r l.mnirwr lii-misfrtun. His SOU.
being confused after the shock, turned
his steps in an opposite direction from the
way t hey were going.
Jwrcuce Knapp was 53 years old yes
terday, and in consideration of that event,
his geed W'fc prepared an abundant lunch
te which his friends and acquaintances
were invited. The lunch tables were set
in the .spacious gardens in rear of Mr.
Knapp's residence, Kast King street, and
large numbers !' his friends were present,
including the members of the Lancaster
Masnncrcher and the Citizens' band, both
of which organizations furnished excellent
music, both vocal and instrumental te the
ether guests. uongrauiiaiery pci:i:iu:s
were made by members of the Mienncr Mienncr
cher. and they were happily responded te
by Mr. Knapp and ethers. The occasion
yvar. one of rare social enjoyment.
The Concstega creek has been unusually
low during: the present season and as a
consequence Hie water power is insufficient
te run the water pumps and the steam
pumps have been kept running mere reg
ularly than last year. The Worthincten
steam pmnp was set in motion en the 7th
of May, and during that month was kept
runuing 15 days; in June 20 days; in July
'M days, and in August 20 days and six
hours making in all 84 days and 0 hours
te the lst of August. During the entire
year of 1879 the Worthington pump was
run only 85 days and 12 hours showing
net only that the stream is unusually low
but that the consumption of water has also
Hey Kun Over.
Lust evtijiing Jehn Hern, a boy aged 1:1
years, residing en Derwart street, and em em
pleyed at Ne. :t cotton mill, was run ever
by a horse belonging te Jehn Ilusheiig,
Heur and feed dealer. The boy had just
ceme out of the mill and while running
across the street he was knocked
down by the horse. The animal
stepped en his head and bedy,brusing and
cutting him badly.. The wagon passed
ever his body which was also bruised but
no bones broken. The boy was picked up
by the driver of the wagon and several
ether men and he was taken te the ellice of
Dr. JehnL. Allec, who dressed his wounds.
Fall or a Wall.
Yesterday afternoon a portion of the
cast wall of a small brick warehouse be
longing te Mr. II. B. Grefl", and situated
Sn Tear of his large warehouses en West
Lemen street, fell down. This morning
the entire wall was thrown down te pre
vent its falling. The cause of the accident,
was that the wall was te some extent un
dermined by workmen who were digging
a trench for the foundation wall of an ad
dition which is te be made te the ware
house. Ne one was hurt by the accident,
and the damage is net heavy.
Death or a Fermer Lancnslerlan.
The JlcpitbUam of Geshen, N. Y., con
tains a notice of the death of Mrs. Sned
grass. She was the wife of Rev. Wm.
Snodgrass, a Presbyterian divine, who in
time? past occasionally filled the pulpit of
that church here. Her many friends here
will regret te hear of her sudden death at
Saratoga en Tuesday last. She was born
in Lancaster in 1802 and married here in
The tramps who were arrested in Lan-
dis's weeds en Wednesday had a hearing
before Alderman Brr this afternoon, and
all bnt one were sent te jail for the fellow
ing terms: Samuel Craig, Mary Craig,
Julia Shields, 90 days; Mary Kelly and
James Kelly, 30 days, and Jehn II. Brown,
10 days. Themas Shields was the lucky
man, he get off by paying the costs.
The young Democratic voters of the
Ninth ward held a very pleasant picnic
yesterday afternoon and evening at Green
Cottage, The attendance was large and
the decorum of all present unobjectionable.
The profits of the picnic, amounting te $33
te 45, will be devoted towards the pur
chase of equipments for the Ninth ward
The Assessors' Heeks.
The extra assessment having closed last
evening, the assessors' books of the sev
eral wards and townships were te-day re
turned te the county commissioners' oflice
where they may be seen and examined by
parties interested. The assessment appears
te have been a very full one.
Thickly Grewn Pears.
We were te-day shown a twig, about six
inches in length, which was broken from a
pear tree of Fred Bredcckcr, of Church
street. It has six very large Hancock pears
upon it. Thcykave grown se clese that
they almost touch each ether.
The Jewish New Year.
The Jewish new year comes in en Mon
day, and the Israelites throughout the
world will celebrate the event in the usual
manner. All places el business carried en
by Hebrews will he closed en Monday and
The mayor had three drunken and dis
orderly cases te dispose of this morning :
Jeff. Moere was sent up for 5 days ; Mary
Pcarsel ler 30 days ; and Jehn Habcrbnsh
Te Chase Ants Away.
Many housekeepers in this city are
troubled with red ants, which infest cup
boards, closets, etc. A subscriber says
that he lias chased all the ants out of his
house by cutting a fresh onion and laying
the slices hi the cupboard. This is said te
be an excellent remedy.
The Second Ward.
A large meeting of the Second ward
Hancock and English club was held at
Sprengcr's hall last evening. The club
ordered one huudred uniforms, and about
fifty names were added te the roll.
Hew lie Saved His Sen.
Israel Jenes, of Franklin station, Ohie, lias
son whom the doctor have given up" with
Diabetes. He applied a way's Kidney- Pad,
when lie commenced te improve and Is new
able te get out and attend te ids wurk.
Astrich Bre?.' stoic, East King street, will be
closed en Monday and Tue.-lay next Sept. C
and 7, en account of holidays. They will re
open en Tuesday evening at C o'clock.
"Fun en the Pacific." Hr. Jehn T. Ferd's
brilliant comedy company are underlined for
Tur-day evening next at Fulton opera hem-e.
They come direct from ISnltiiunrc and Wash
ington, in which cities tliey achieved a pre-neunccdsueccs-.,
playing nigMly te packed
heii-.es. "Fun en the l'aeilic," the piece in
hieh they appear, is described as a sparkling
musical melange, overflowing with fun and
abounding in pretty tunes, miiiic of the bent
numbers el a dozen popular comic operas
being given. The names of Mis-cs Marie
Reckcl, Uelle Mackenzie, Blanche Thompson,
Messrs. Frank Oushman and Archer, who form
a portion efthe cast, will deubticss be ample
te secure a largeandienec.
Mattamr 7Vs' Miislrclx.On Monday
evening next this favorite organization will
appear In this city. Their last .season wassuch
a creditable one, as attested by the commenda
tions of reputable newspapers all ever the
country, thai they come bearing renewed
claims te popular laver. Wit, jollity and uiu
sic arc presented by lids company in attrac
tive lerin and geed taste. They have a num
ber el new hits, including an amusing bur
lesque entitled "William Venn's Aunts Among
the Pirates," and the Vienna orchestra and
Vlvaniliere cornet baud are retained, along
Willi a dozen ether entertaining features.
Veiivr A Jlttilei's lAtnihm Virciix. The cir
cus el Cooper .V Bailey, w hieh ill exhibit in
Ibis city en Saturday, Sept. II, is conceded by
all te be the largest ami best traveling. P. T.
Rarnuui, the greatest showman living, ac
knowledges that the show is a line one and he
says that il has made mere money this year
than Iheene traveling under his name. The
lnenageiie connected with the show is very
large and in it there are sixteen elephants, in
cluding the one which Mas born in Philadel
phia last March. This is the only elephant ever
born in captivity and il isagreat card. Among
the herd el elephants are the ones which per per
lerm tiieksaml are built in pyramids. The
circus includes some of the best performers
living, among w heiu are the lolleu ing : Chas.
W. Fish and William Diitlen, bareback riders;
Lawrence Sister.-, trapeze performers; I.lmla
.le.il, who rides her heixe through a hoop of
lire: the Leotards and Snow Brethers, famous
acrobats; W. II. llatc'.ieller.llic leaj cr ; French
latuilv l.ivene, acrobats and trupc.iits ; M'lle
D'Atlaie, the female Samson, and a host el
ethers. The street parade given by l he show
is remarkably line. In it there are two lull
brass bauds, a troupe of colored Jubilee sing
ers, six Scotch bagpipers ami twenty golden
chariots. F.lcphants and camels an- driven in
harness and the great Mardi (Ira1. Carnival,
which is original with this show, is given.
A Valuable Facts from a Safe Source.
TheulVairs of this country havcbccoiiiesoev havcbcceiiiesoev havcbccoiiieseev
tenilcd that it is only by a carefully prepared
synopsis in the form el figures that one can
hope le understand what is really going en.
Hen. A. It. SpolTerd, the Librarian of Con
gress, is the only man who has the lacililies at
his command for collecting complete national
statistics and he does il Willi the greatest cans
and accuracy. His latest issue, "The Ameri
can Treasury of Fact," has been sent us by
Mes-rs. II. 11. Warner Ce., proprietors id the
valuable Warner Sate Remedies. This book
is a miniature cyclepaedia in itself, containing
in addition te a vast amount of national mat
tcr, about all el value that has transpired in
tills country duringthe past year, ami relleels
credit upon the cenip'lcr as well as upon the
enterprise el Messrs. Warner A. Ce., in select
Mixchavis, lawyers, bankers, fanners, me
chanics, laborers, ladies anil children are daily
supplied with first-class beets and shoes cheap
er than than trash can be bought elseu here, as
the entire stock and store lKturesinust be sold
etTas seen as possible at the Parler shoe store,
Ne. 2i; Hest King street, opposite the Lancas
ter County national bank. lid
. . - -
Delicate lemales find Malt Rittcis nourish
ing, strengthening and puiilying.
The Three Oracrs.
are represculed with perfectly developed
tonus beauty and health combined. Ne de
cayed-loethed man or woman cm be healthy,
because digestion must be imperfect. ll.se
SOZODONT, get healthy leelh, geed digestion
and a sound body. Revive the three (races.
A natural bcaittilierand restorer el the com
plexion Cutlcura Medicinal Seap.
EI.IM (I. SN'YDBB, el'l he Ninth ward , M il
be a candidate for the Democratic nomination
tethe Legislature from Lancaster City. Sub
ject te Democratic rules. tp
Persons intending te be nniurali."d be I ere
the.Mef OCTOI5F.lt should attend te il with
Committee en naturalization : .1. L. Stein
metz, D. McMiillcn, IS. F. Davis, Jehn A.
Ceyle, 1!. F. Montgomery. Persons desiring
te be. naturalized can applv le any of these, or
te V. IT. Heuse, at tins Ixtullkii:ncki: oilier.
Hancock Legien meets every week en Wed
nesday evening, at Central Headquarters.
Hancock Veteran Association inert sat Cen
tral Headquarter every Tuesday evening.
Conference committee meets en every sec
ond and leurth Wednesday of the month.
Campaign committee meets regularly every
There will Iks a general mass meeting of the
City Democracy and lighting upef Hie Central
Headquarters transparency, In the southeast
angle of Centre Square, en FRIDAY EVEN
ING, SEPT. ::. The ward clubs will meet at
their respective headquarters and inarch
therelrem te the Ccnli-.il lleadquarlers at
8 p. m., sharp. There will be speaking by
Jeseph C. McAlaarney, esq., of linrrishurg.
Vecal music including some campaign songs
written especially for the occasion, by the
The First Ward Hancock and Kngltsli clnb
will meet at 7:30 p, in., September :, at II.
Company " C," or the Hancock Veler.uis wil
meet at Central headquarters Friday evening
for the purpose; of electing company efliccrs.
The Hancock Legien.
The Hancock Legien will meet at Schiller
hall this evening and parade with the (ith and
Sth ward cIuIm te tlin'sqiiarc. The Legien will
wear dark clot lies wiiitc hats, balge and carry
bamboo canes. Hats, badges, Ve., cm be had
Oitberat l:'. Kast King strect.(secend lloer), or
Schiller, this evening.
Sixth Ward Americas Club.
Tiie Si.xtli-Ward Amcrlcns club wili lneclin
Schiller hall at 7J j p. m., and after a joint bus
iness meeting the united clubs will be escorted
te Centre Square by the Ninth Ward clnb.
Klglitlt AVarders Attention!
The members of the Eighth Ward Hancock
club and Democratic citizens in gcncr.il, are
requested te meet this (Friday) evening at 7
o'clock at Mrs. Dicld's saloon, en High street,
for the purpose of inarching te Hie Central
headquarters and participating in the mass
The regular stated meeting el the Ninth
Ward Hancock and English dub will be held
at their club room ever Arneld Ihias'.s saloon,
North Queen street, en Friday evening, Sept.
3, at 7 o'clock sharp. All members are desired
te be present at quarter of o'clock. The club
will proceed in a body te the Schiller house le
escort the Sixth ward club te t he mass meeting
at the Central headquarters in Centre Square.
Among' the manyjadvantagee 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 REPATNINGr,
MONOGRAM INSCRIPTION AND
ORNAMENTAL ENGRAVING, &c.
A great variety of new work in original designs will be produced
in our own manufactory. Any orders for specialties will be filled
at short notice and te the satisfaction of our customers. Old Geld
or Silver bought, taken in exchange, or made into new goods.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 West King Street.
On ami arter SATURDAY, AUGUST 29. the entire stock of HOOTS AND SHOES or tin:
FARLOIt SHOE STORE, Ne. -Xy. EAST KING STREET, will be offered at a great SACRIFICE,
te CLOSE OUT 1SUS1NESS. Desiring te engage in ether business, I take this opportunity te
eiler the entire stock, consisting et
10,000 Pairs of Beets and Shoes
at least 25 ner cent, less than they can be bought
goods for the hist, two year-, asplemlid opportunity is new eilere
SjIIOES at lower prices than TUASIICUI or nengm risen uuiv.
Wisliin-'le purchase their HOOTS AND SHOES for Fall ami Winter, new is your chance te buy
CHEAF Country storckceperswilldewc.il te call while our stock is yet complete. Weals-e
haven Hue of very fine goods wliieh we will soil from l te ! a pair less than before. The EN
TIRK STOCK must be SOLD out as SOON as l'OSSIISLE. We also eiler apart of Hie lixturrset
the store, consisting of revolving fixture in window. Lounges, part of shelving. Writing Desk,
one Fireproof Combination Sale, as geed as new, and line Shew Case ami Stand, at
PARLOR SHOE STORE,
Ne. 2(5 1-2 East King St., onneKito laiicasler Ce. Hank.
C. A. Reeee.
FOB PRESIDENT :
GEN. WINFIELD S. HANCOCK,
FOR VICE PRESIDENT :
HON. WILLIAM II. ENGLISH,
The great principles of American lib
erlv arc still lite lawful inheritance of
tliis people, ami ever should he. The
right of trial by jury, the habeas corpus,
the liberty of the press, the freedom of
speech, the natural rights of persons anil
the rights of properly must lie preserved.
WINFIELD S. HANCOCK,
Maj. tJeii.Ceiiid'gDepl. la. and Texas.
Slate ICIcrteral Ticket.
R. E. MOXACIIAN,
W. II. PLAYFORD.
E. A. PUE.
JOHN N, WOFFKT.
NATHAN C. JAMES.
.IAMKS (i. MrSPARRAX.
DR. ALFUED .1. MARTIN
II. K. DAVIS.
(JEOROE A. POST.
A. M. 1JENTON.I
.1. P. LINTON.
COL. JOHN S. MILLER.
C. X. P.OWER.
J. A. J. IIUCHANAX.
ROREUT M. CIRSOX.
HARRY W. WILSON
.1. ROSS THOMPSON.
DKMOUKATIU STATU TICKET.
FOIt Sni'I'.EME .IIT1K1K.
iron Ai'imer. eknkual.
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKUT.
ren niSTmcT atteunuv.
KOK SUSJATOR (13tll DISTRICT.)
I. I!. DOUGLASS.
KOil AKSKMIILV (il PISTIilCT.)
S. C. STEVENSON,
S. P. SHIRK.
FOlt ASSEMBLY (1 DlKriilUT.!
II. M. 1IRENEMAN.
U. DAVIS YUNDT,
.1 ACOI! M. HAENLEN.
FOR VIMSON INSrECTOIM.
I'.ARTON N. WINTERS
FOR VOOU niUKCTOKS.
A. .J. SNYDER,
It is impossible ter a woman after a taithlul
course of treatment with Lydia E. Plnkham's
Vegetable Compound le continue te sutrer
with a weakness et Hie uterus. Enclose a
stamp te Mrs. Lydla E. Plnkham, i Western
avenue, Lynn, Mass., for pamphlets.
Try Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup.
My JiTe was saved by Warner's Safe Kidney
and Liver Cure. K. H. IaOci-Iii, Selma, Altt.
Itemember! The only perfect proprietary
medicine as a Bleed Searcher" Is that bearing
the name of "Dr. l.indscy," and which may be
hail from druggists.
Try Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrnp
"Jtrewn's Iimnehial Treches'''' are used with
advantage te alleviate Cengiis, Sere Threat,
Hoarseness and Bronchial Atl'ectleiih. 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 Hie fcwstaplcrcincdh'serthenge.
" J'.rewn's Jirenchial Treehcx" act directly
en the organs of the voice. They liavc an ex
traordinary cHccl in all disorders of the Threat
and Larynx, restoring a healthy tone when re
laxed, either irein cold or ever-exertion of the
voice, and produce a clearaml distinct enunci
ation. Speakers ami dingers llnd the Troches
A Cough, Cohl, Catarrh 01 Sere Threat re
quires Immediate attention, as neglect often
times results in some incurable Lung Disease.
"Krewn'M Jirenchial Troches" will almost in
variaiily give relief. Imitations are eil'errd for
side, many of which are injurious. The genu
ine ' Jlrewii's Jirenchial Troches" are sold
only in boxes. ianl.Vlyd&wTn.Tli&S
'"Sellers' Liver Pills ' cured me of liver com
plaint. 1. H. Celeman, Short Creek, W. Va.
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Areyeu;disturlcd at night and broken el
your rest by a sick child suffering anil crying
with the excruciating pain or cutting teeth T
It se, go at once nn;l get a bottle of SHU. WINS
LOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP. It will relieve the
peer little sutTercr immediately depend upon
it; there, is no mistake about it. There is net a
mother en earth who has ever used it, who will
net tell you at once tliat it will regulate the
bowels, ami give rest te the mother, and relief
and health te the child, operating Ukc magic.
It is perfectly safu le use in all cases, and pleas
ant te the taste, and is the prescription et one
et the eldest and best female physicians und
nurses in the United States. Sold everywhere
25 cents a bottle. i 17-lyd&wM. W&S
Try Lechci's Renowned Cough Syrup.
of the best Styles and Makes,
elsewhere. Having made a specialty in geed
i'il te buy superior IKiOT.sand
The ambition el Hie -.merican people leads
them te overtax their .Jrciigtiiniid completely
break down their ncjveus systems, impov
erish the bleed, and almost destroy their con
stitutions. Recover your constitution iiuinc
d lately, before if is tee late, by taking Dr.
Browning's Tonic and Alterative, the great
Bleed Purifier and Cloed Maker. Price Ml
cents and $1. Fer sale by I he Proprietor, W.
Champien Rrewning. M. D., 1117 Arch street,
Philadelphia, and all Druggists and Dealers in
AVarm 'Weather anil ils Effects.
Many people, especially ladies, complain at
this season of the year of a general; weakness
or debility. The use of Spcer's Pert (J rape
Wine prevents this. The wine is said te have
a most wonderful cllcct In giving strength,
vigor and tone te i he whole system. It is e
tenslvely used by ladies nursing, or about le
nurse infants. Thisw hie is net amaniilactiircd
article no liquor is added toil. His no patent
medicine or cordial humbug, but. fs a superior
wine of the Oporle grape. It is purr, old, un
adulterated wine, nothing mere or less. Mr.
Speer has been supplying hospitals with Ids
wine for many years past. It is said te In; un
surpassed Ter stimuu'r complaints, ami for
weakly persons. The price is low ler se excel
lent a wine, ami no family need be without it.
This wlius is endorsed by Drs. Atlee ami
Davis, and sold by II. E. Slaymaker.
Statistics prove that twcuty-tive percent
of the deaths In our larger cities are caused by
consumption, and whcii we relied, that this
terrible disease in ils worst stage will yield le
a bottle of Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup,
shall we condemn ihesu'rercrs ler their negli.
genre, or pity them for their Ignorance? Ne
'.East King street.
Try Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup.
in: A TJIS.
'loMi.ixt.ex.-ln this elly, en September 1,
I.Sse, Jehn Toinllusen, fn the SCtli year of his
The relatives and friends et the family are
respectfully invited te attend the funeral from
his late residence, Ne. 4'J Middle street, en Sat
urday atternoen at "iV. o'clock. Interment at
Woodward Hill cemetery.
MoeitE. In this elly, en the 3d insl., Albcrlha
Irene, daughter el'N. O. and May Moere, aged
Funeral from the residence of J. K. Shirk, .'KIT
North Queen street, en Sunday allcrnoen at 3
o'clock. Services at the house. Interment at
the Lancaster cemetery. The relatives and
friends of tlic family are respectfully invited
t attend file Mineral. s:'--Jtd
IfEU'AJt rEKTtSESt EXTS
3,800 Pounds Melons.
UKI MELONS IX THE LOT.
Loek at them. Centre pipiarr, Friday evening.
Fer ale by
100 Tens et Rags Wanted,
Fer which the highest price will be paid.
iyL CENTS PER POUND FOR GOOD
The highest price paid ler Woolens, Old
Paper, Beeks, &e. Teh Rag Asserters wauled
te whom the highest, price will be paid.
JOHN A. SHOBER,
Cor. North Queen and Orange Streets,
yiMtdlll Lancaster, Pa
a si v sim en rs.
.TON OPERA HOUSE.
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
Tuesday, September 7, 13S0.
BRILLIANT COMEDY CO.
Alter two weeks in Baltimore and one week
In Washington, will produce the musical com
"Ft en fte Pacific !"
With the gems of SIX OPERAS, ami many
blight minstrel effects introduced.
Full of Fun, Jollity and Merry Music In
cidental te a Trip from China
ADMISSION, --- - n.1 and eO Cts.
RESERVED SEATS, 75 CIS.
New en sale at Opera Heuse. sl-litd
TUl.TON Ol'EltA HOUSE.
MOXDAY F. VEXING, REFT. C, 1SS0.
The world-famed, great original and en'y
Mme Rente's Minstrels,
Enhancing ils illustrious value and interest
by merging into itself Hie equally honored
VIENNA LADY ORCHESTRA,
and their equally eminent
VIVANDIERE C0KNET IJAND
Peerless Opera Eurlcsuue Stars.
RESERVED SEATS, 75 CENTS, en sale at
the Opera Heuse Ollice. sMtd
INSTRUCTION IN MUSIC MISS MAGGIE
Spurrier will begin her Instructions in
Piane Music September 1. Fer particulars
apply at Ne. 41-2 North Duke street,
FRIDAY EVENING, SEPT. 3,1880.
"Washington, D. C, Sept. 3. Fer the
New England and Middle Atlantic states,
lower barometer, stationary and higher
temperature, partly cloudy weather, fol
lowed by local rains, southerly winds.
THE BATTLE GROUND.
First of a Series of Joint Discussions Between
the Rival Candidates In Indiana.
Chicaue, Sept. 3. -- A special de
spatch te the Tribune from Seuth
1'end says : The first of a scries of joint
debates between A. G. Perter, the Re
publican candidate for governor of In
diana, and Franklin Landers, his Demo
cratic opponent, which came off here yes
terday, suffered 'in the matter of a crowd
in consequence of the raiu, deluging the
country for miles around. Undeterred,
however, by the mud and rain, from 2,000
te 2,.100 of both parties gathered around
the stand in the court house yard, from
which the orators spoke. Dr. L. J. IIamf
mayor of Seuth Bend, introduced Mr
Landers, who in an hour's speech,
arraigned the Republican party of the
state and nation. "When he had concluded
Hen. Lucius Hubbard presented Mr. Por Per
ter in a brief speech, and he in a speech of
an hour and a halfs duration discussed the
issues between the Republican and Demo
cratic parties in Indiana and the United
According te arrangement Mr. Landers
closed the argument in a half hour's speccht
Beth speakers were- frequently interrupted
by applause which was about, equally dc
vided. AT 1SUKL1NUTON.
Hayes Spcatts te G.OOO lewans Gen. Sher
man's Kcmurlc te the Soldiers.
Bprmncten, Iowa, September 3. Pres
ident Hayes addressed a crowd of 5,000
people near the depot here last night. He
spoke in favor of universal education te
be provided by the general government.
In the course of his remarks, General
Sherman said : " Beys, there arc some
things above politics. The profession of
war is one of them. I hope no soldier will
be influenced in his vote simply because I
votejeno way or the ether, or because I
held certain opinions." Pointing te a
large American Hag, he said : " Let us
mnke that flag the emblem of all that is
great, geed and glorious."
The presentation of Mrs. Hayes before
the crowd aroused enthusiasm. The party
then withdrew te the train, which at once
moved off amid loud cheering. The
speeches during the stay at Ottumwa
were brief, and when the train was once
mere under way the party retired for the
General Sherman also spoke saying he
hoped no one would be influenced by his
opinieushiijt each vote as he thought best.
KV WIRE AND CA1SI.K.
Afternoon Telegrams Condensed.
Unfavorable weather caused another
postponement of the Geneva (N. Y.) re
gatta. Gen. Roberts has defeated the Cabulesc
Michael Kennedy was killed at Pitlsten
at midnight last night while stealing a
ride en the Lehigh Valley railroad.
Details of the recent hurricane and
earthquake in Jamaica say immense dam
age was done te shipping and ether prop
erty. The banana crop is ruined, and the
total less estimated at .t'100,000.
Thus far six bodies from the wreck of
the Vera Cruz have been washed ashore r.t
St. Augustine, Fla., and it is feared none
en beard escaped. In New Yerk relatives
and friends of the persons en beard the
ili-fatcd vessel throng the company's ellice,
and many refuse te believe she is lest.
The Vera Cruz , was leckened one of the
strongest ships in the world.
FniLiDicLrniA, September .". Flenrdiill and
weak ; superllni) f S0." 00 ; extra $:; ;ri
:: 7; ; Ohie and Indiana family $5 005 75 ;
Penn'a family de $5 5 !'. St. Leuis family at
$5.rj0a0U; Mtnnesetu'famfly f!i 'r."7.-,: patent
and high grades C S08 00.
live Heur at $1 1 SO.
Wheat dull ami lewer: Ne. 2 Western Kcd
$1 OcX ; Penn'a Ked $1 (WJ; Amber at
Cei-li linn; steamer f2c: yellow ."ille;
Oaks strong and higher ; Ne. 1. White; lie
42; Ne. 2, de 4Htf?4Ic; Ne. 3, de $:;
Ne. ?, Mixed 37e.
Kye 11 rm and scarce,;.
Previsions market steady; mtss perk
$11! IXlIi; M; beef hams 20 0tl21 (HI;
Indian m.s beet at fits 00 ; bacon
smoked .shoulders fi,'ifi7e; salt de rftSfic;
smoked hams 12IUc; pickled hams W$
Lard linn; city kettle at S'.c; loeso
butchers' Sc ; prime steam SJc.
ihltter firm; supplies' well sold up:
Creamery extra aWi)27c; Creamery geed 10
choice SlJi'ic; llrnilferd ceuntyand New Yerk
extra. 2l2Tic ; Western reserve extra 17ISe;
ilogeodlo choice llU'iC; Cells dull, uallly
peer; Penn'a extra l."h:; Western reserve
Eggs steady ; Penn'a nt l'.e2i; Western
Cheese scarce and higher; New Yerk full
cream 1:!l; Western full cream 12c' $ ; de
fair te geed ll12u; de hall" skims lel
"Petroleum II rm ; rellned !e.
Whisky $1 Hi.
Seeds Uoed te prime Clever flnn at $S2Ti
S7S; Timethy llrin at $2 4-.! : Flaxseed
quiet at $127-1 27.
Mew Yerk Market.
Nkw Yerk, Sept. :!. Fleur State and West
em buyciV favor; Ugh, expert and home
trade demand Southern dull; heavy common
te lair extra, $1 (W3 23c; geed te choice de,
$5 'MC no.
Wheat 4lc lower; trade very moderate;
Ne.l White Sept. 1 01 04:$; de October
$1 03(1 ttic ; de Nev. 11 OUJic ; Ne. 1 White
October, $le'J4c ;
Cern JiGJe lower; fair speculative busi
ness ; Mixed western spot, SeMVtJe ; de Ju
tiirc,S043:j;c. Oats unchanged ; Ne. 2 Sept. .".TJic : de. Oct.
37' .c ; State, 40i(g4 let. Western , at 3:ig 1 1 c.
New Yei:k Stocks.
KricK. K 40
Michigan. & I.. S....107
Michigan Cent. It. H..
Chicago & N. W 101
Chicago, M. A St. P... 80
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St. Leuis, I. M. A S. ... r74
Ontario and Western. 24
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Pacific Mall S.S. Ce.. 40J
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A GENERAL MEETING OF THE
WILL P.E HELD UNDEU THE AUSPICES
OF THE CITY CAMPAIGN COMMITTER
IN THE SOUTHEAST ANGLE OF
Friday Evening, Sept. 3.
J. C. McALAMEY, Esq,
(Ot counsel ler the prosccntien of the riot
bill legislative bribers)
EDGAR M. LEYAtf, Esq.,
OF READING, .
will address the meeting.
THE HANCOCK GLEE CLUB
et this elly will make their first public ap ap
jiearance en this occasion.
THE NEW TRANSPARENCY RANNERef
the Cent nil Headquarters will be lighted up.
Want Clulis will assemble at their headquar
ters anil thence maich te the place et meeting
W. U. HENSEL,
Chairman Ce. Committee.
EOlt SALE Oil KENT,
. On TUKSDAY,SEPTEMRER21,lS80.will
"ne sold at public sale, en the premises. 150
Seuth Water street, lmcsister, Pa., the follotr fellotr folletr
iiigH'rt.oiialproMrty belonging te the estate
of Philip sebum: Twe excellent DRAFT
HORSES, two Ceal Wagons, nearly new; a
large quantity et Ceal, Ceal Sehules and
Shovels New Market Wagen, New Phaeton,
two Sal'i-x, one et which Is nearly new, large
and small Scales, Clocks, Ac. Household ami
Kitchen Furniture et every description. Alse
the entire stock of Coverlet, Counterpanes,
P.lankets, Herse Rlankets, and an excellent as
sortment et Heme-made Carpets, Yarns, Ae.
Sale te commence at a. in. and iy. o'clock
p. m., when attendance will be given and terms
made known by
JOHN E. SCHUM.
S. Hr.ss A Sex, Aucts. Administrators.
Stere goods will be removed from 33 and 40
West King te 150 Seuth Water street.
PU1U.IC SALE OF VAI.UAUL.K KKAL
ESTATE, ion SATURDAY' EVENING,
at 7 o'clock, SEPTEMBER 18, 1SS0, at the Key
stone Hetel, North (hieen street, in the city of
Ijincester, will be sold in pursuance of the di
rections of the will of Jeseph Peel, deceased,
the lollewing real estate, viz :
Ne. 1. All that certain hall-let or piece of
ground situate en the westsideer North (Juecn
street, in said city, containing in front. T.! feet
1 Inches, and in depth 245 feet te a 14 feet
wide alley; bounded en the north by ground
of Jehn hose and en the south by ground et
Richard Met! rami, en whieh a One-Story
Frame Dwelling Heuse is erected en North
Ouccii Street, and another One-Story Frame
Dwelling situate en the said fourteen tcct
Ne. 2. All that certain One-Story Prick
Dwelling Heuse and lialf-let or piece of
ground, sit unto en the south side et East
Chestnut Street, lit said city, containing in
trout 32 feet '1 inches, and in depth 215 feet te
a 14 feet wide alley, bounded en the east by
ground of D. IS. Hostetteranden the west by
William Hcnscl. Possession ami title en
April 3, 1881. DAVID UARTMAN.
II. Siiur.Kirr. Auc. ang 20-TAF-td
Ten-roomed, two-story and Mansard reef,
Green Stene Frent Dwellings,
Nes. Inland i:K West Orange Strcit.
With all the best
including .leaning's improved Lern Ien water water
cleM't, marble-top washstmid, improved wall-ed-ln
range, cellar heater, perfect drainage and
sewerage, ileep, dry cellar, white marble ba-e
and steps, Ac, Ac. Let 22 by 243 fleet te a 14-fcct
wide alley, front yard 2 1 feet in depth, inclesed
with ornamental iron fence.
Fer tcniis, Ac, apply te
JOHN II. MET.I.ER,
aug2l-WAStfd Ne.D Seuth Duke St.
PU1U.1C SALE OF VALUABLE CITY
PROPERTY. On SATURDAY", SEPTEM
BER 25, 18X0, the undersigned executer efthe
will of Klllian Reck, deceased, wilt eiler nt
public sale at the Columbia Garden hotel,
Seuth Queen street, Lancaster city. Pa., the
following described real estate of said de
ceased, te wit:
All that certain one-story and attic Frame
DWELLING HOUSE with Frame Kitchen at
tached, Frame Rani with Wagen Shed attach
ed. Heg Sty and ether outbuildings. Well of
water with pump therein, fruit trees and ether
improvements, and 4 ACRES andHi; PERCHES
of lam), mere or less, thereto belonging, situate
en the south side of Leve lane, in said city of
Lancaster, adjoining Leve lane and property
of Christian Bees and ethers.
Sale te commence at. 7 o'clock p. m. en said
day, when attendance will be given und tenns
made known by
Jacob Giindavek, Auct. aug2iThAMtsd
PUHLIC SALE OK VALUAULE REAL
ESTATE. -On THURSDAY. OCTOBER 7.
18S0, will be sold at public sale, en thepremises,
en the Millersvllle pike, in the city of Lancas
ter uml cennty or Lancaster, Pa., the following,
A tract et land, containing 5 ACRES, mere
or less, en which is erected a large und conve
nient two story BRICK HOUSE, with Mansard
Reef ami a two-story Brick Back Building at
tached, and a small Summer Kitchen; gas
through the heuse: has a line hall and eleven
large rooms, conveniently laid out; a well of
never-iaiiing water wiin pnmpxncrein, cistern
and a choice let et Irult trees In hearing order,
peach e. chard, etc.; a line driving reail te and
from the house. The ground fronts en three
streets; wenld be well adapted for building
lets. There is also a geed cellar under the
whole house; heater in cellar, and geed ven
tilation in all the rooms; there is an obscrva ebscrva obscrva
terv en ten et the house, also a ceed large
Burn, Carriage Heuse, Ice Heuse, stabling ler
tnrce nerses anil two cows, wim water ui iiie
barn : a irlass front hennery. 55 feet long, with
work-shop attached. There are en this property
about ;20" different varieties or grapes, bearing,
with a line let of shrubbery, evergreen and
This property is well worth tlic attention et
persons who wish te buy a private resilience,
or ter building leU, or ter a florist.
Any person 'wishing te view the property
previous te the day et sale can do:te byj calling
en the undersigned residing en tlic same, either
by letter or personally.
Sale te commence nt 2 o'clock P. M. et said
day, when attendance will be given and condi
tions of side will be made known by
HENRY G. LIPP.
S. Hess A Sex, Auct. aug24-ltdACtdSA7tw
WANTED. .EVERYBODY TO 'ADVEK
tlsc, free of charge, in the IirrzixieKr
se, who wants somethinif te de.
Centre Square, Is the most chcerliil place in
town. Plenty et light and fresh air. Best of
beer en tap. Liquors of all kinds, the best in
liecity. Come and see. aug27-lwd
ESTATE OF DANIEL LEfEVER
(Farmer), late or Dromerc 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 them without deluy ter settlement te the
C. M. HESS, of Drumore Twe.,
DANIEL D HESS, or Eden Twp.,
T. E. Kicanklin. Executers.
Walter M. Franklin, Atty's. aagl-Otw
Northern Pacific Cem
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Pitts., Titusv'cft B....
Nert hern Central
Un. It. H's of X. J
Central Trans. Ce.....
HOW TO GET
Every day during summer all sorts,
of goods remnants and goods that
for ene reason or another arc in our
way are picked ent and put together
te be sold at such prices as they will
bring. They are undesirable for us
te held ; but they may be as geed
for the buyer as anything we have.
We have sold already this summer
net less than $100,000 worth of goods
at irregular prices in this way for, say,
$30,000; and many thousands mere
are going. There is something marked
down at nearly every cennter in the
Everything sold is returnable if un
satisfactory at the price
Chestnut, Thirteenth, Market and Juniper.
Brandy as a Medicine.
The lollewing article was voluntarily sent te
Mr. II. E. Slaymaker, Agent for ReigurtV Old
Wine Stere, by a prominent practising physi
cian et this county, who has exteiwU ely used
the Brandy referred te in his regular practice.
It is commended te the attention of these af
Indigestion and Dyspepsia.
BRANDY AS A MEDICINE.
This new much abused Alcoholic Stimulant
was never intended jus a beverage, but te be
used as a mediclneefgrcat potency in the cure
et some of the destnietive diseases which
sweep away their annual thoiisaudsef victims.
With a purely philanthropic motive we pre
sent te the favorable notice et invalids espe
cially these utllicted with that miserable dis
ease Dyspepsia, n sprcillc remedy, which in
nothing mere or less than
The aged, with feeble appetite ami mere or
less debility, will find this simple medicine,
when used properly,
A Sovereign Remedy
or alt their ills and aches. Be It, however
strictly understood that we prescribe and use
but one article, and that is
KEIUAItVTS OLD BRANDY,
Sold by our enterprising young friend, II E
SLAYMAKER. This F.rnmly has steed the
test for years, and has never failed, as far
as our experience extends, and we therefore
give it the preference overall ether Brandies,
no matter with hew many jaw-breaking French
titles they are branded. One-fourth of the
money that is yearly thrown away en various
impotent dyspepsia spcclllcs would sultlce te
buy all the Brandy te euro any such case or
cases. In proof of the curative powers id
Reigart's Old Brandy,
In cases et Dyspepsia, we can .summon num
hers of witnessed one case in particular we
A hard-working farmer had lx-en nflllctcd
with an exhaustive Dyspepsia ler a numlier of
years; his stomach would reject almost every
kind of feed; he had sour eructatiens con
stantly no appetite in fact, he was obliged te
restrict his diet te crackers and stale bread,
ami us a beverage he used SlclJraiin's Reet
Beer. He is a Methodist, and then, us new,
preached at times, and in his discourses often
declaimed earnestly against all kinds of strong
drink. When advised te try
Reigart's Old Brandy,
In his case, he looked up with astonishment,
but after hearing et its wonderful ein-cls in
the cases of some of his near acquaintances, he
ut last consented te fellow our advice. He
used the Brandy faithfully and steadily; the
first bottle giving him an appetite, and before
the second was taken he was a sound man, Willi
a stomach capable of dlgestlngany thing which
hcjcliose te cat. He still keeps it and uscsalit
tle occasionally; and since lie has this medi
cine lie has been of very little pecuniary lcnc
tlt te the doctor. A PitAcr ihi.ne Physician.
II. E. SLAYMAKER.
Reigart's Old Wine Stere,
Established In 1785,
IMPORTER AHD DEALER IN
FINE OLD BRANDIES, SHERRIES. SUPE
RIOR OLD MADEIRA, (Imported in 1H1S,
1827 ami l&S.) CHAMPAGNES O
EVERY BRAND, SCOTCH ALB
PORTER, BROWN STOUT.
Ne. 29 KAST KINO ST.. LANCASTER, PA
TEACHER OP MUSIC,
Ne. 21 West King street.
Full Term will begin the first Monday et
SOUT11 JERSEY INSTITUTE, ItRlDOE ItRlDOE
ten, N. .1. Fer both sexes. College pre
paratory. Institute, classical and scientille
courses. Building brick. .Modern improve
ments. Climate mild, very healthy. Instruc
tion thorough. Begins September K. Send Ter
catalogue. H. K. TRASK,
HITK KRON.E MONUMENTS.
MORE DURABLE THAN GRANITE!
MORE BEAUTIFUL THAN MARBLE !
Cheaper than cither. Send for Catalogue te
PAXSON, COMFORT & Ce.,
yil-Ouiw IHB Market St., Philadelphia.
PROPOSAL) WILL HE RECEIVED AT
tile Mayer's Oflice up te MONDAY. SEP
TEMBER 0, 1830, at 8 o'clock p. m.. Ter digging
out ami filling in sixteen hundred (1.C00) teet,
mere or less, et trench for water pipes along
Lemen street, westward from North Queen te
Concord alley; for digging out and tiding in
:t50 teet, mere or less, en North Plum street,
between the Pennsylvania railroad und the
New Helland pike ; for digging out mid tilling
in 173 feet, mere or less, en Mifflin street, west
et Water street, trenches te be 4 feet deep and
'I lect wide. Bids must be made for each
trench separately: te state hew much ter
earth and new much for rock per cubic yanl.
Werk te 1m; done under the direction and sub
ject te the measurement et the Superintendent
efthe Water Works und at the time he may
direct. Bend in taw ler tbe faithful perform
ance of the work te accompany bid.
PROPOSALS will 1x5 received at tins same
time and place feras much geed American lead
(net exceeding two tens) as the city may re
quire te April 1, 1880.
PROPOSALS will be received at the 'same
timeand place for repairing Nes. 2uui:t P.ir
kcnblne liumps at the Water Works according
te specifications te 1m; seen nt the Mayer's
Office. JOHN T. MacGONIG LE,
Chairman of Water Committee.
"DUSHELS NOT ACRES.
Baugh's $25 Phosphate,
A Reliable-Wheat Manure for
$25 PER TON.
Analysis Guaranteed. Address
20 Seuth Delaware Arease,
JSfPurc Dissolved Raw Benca cqmpe",'Jt
Pure Haw Benes and Oil et Vitriol qj-few
pletely dissolved. Send ter OttJfsJta,,2.w
jy. " '