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LANCASTER DAILY iNTELLIGfiNQEU WEDNESDAY AUGUST 18,1880.
OCR REGULAR CORRESPONDENCE.
Bate Ball Leap Year Party Pergenal Items
Railroad Items, etc.
The match game of base ball between
tbc "Our Beys" club of Columbia and
the "Furnace Hill" nine of Middlctewn,
played yesterday aftsrncei in Mifflia's
lield at Eighth and Locust, resulted in a
victory for the home team by the score of
25 te 14. Up te the third or fourth inning
the playing, and especially the fielding, of
both clubs was peer, but after that they
get down te their work and the portion of
the game following was decidedly inter
esting. The Columbia club eutbattcd
their opponents and it was altogether
owing te their superior batting that the
victory remained with them. Dauphin
county will have te leek up a stronger
A leap year party will be given in Heisc's
weeds te-day. An orchestra has been en
gaged for the occasion.
The Rebin Hoed.bow and arrow people
shot at their target en Mifflin's field,
Eighth and Locust streets, last evening.
Rebert Crane, jr., wasen a visit te friends
in town yesterday.
Quite a large party of Columbians spent
last evening in Wrightsville. A young
gentleman informed us this morning that
no less than thirty of Columbia's turn -out
took ice cream in ene saloon in the ovcr-the-rivcr-tewn.
Mr. Harry Hartman, of Reading, Pa.,
was in town yestcrdav.
Cadet Blanten C. Welsh left here this
morning en his way te West Point. He
will resume his studies en September 1st.
Mrs. Sallie Blackwood, daughter of the
late James Wright, of Columbia, died mi1
dcnly at her home in Philadelphia yester
day morning, Mrs. Blackwood has rela
tives living in this place.
A number of Columbia people will bold
a picnic en Chiques Reck te-day.
Mr. Gcerge Tille, ene of Columbia's
staunch Hancock men, left here this morn
ing en visit te Latrebe, Westmoreland
county. Pa. Gcerge will be away a week
The running of freight en the Pennsyl
vania railroad is at present quite heavy.
Perishable and high class freight, cast and
west, is heavier limn has been for some
time, while western live stock for the east
ern market is passing through by whole
Mr. J. S. Snyder, the well-known beet
and shoe dealer of Frent and Locust streets,
is lying seriously ill with typhoid fever.
A second series of St. Jeseph's building
association will be commenced this even
ing. A number of Lancaster lawyers came
here en the mail train this morning at
11:40 and left shortly after en the Pert De
posit train for Yerk furnace, fit teen miles
below here, where, as reports place it, they
will have a royal time.
An excursion train te Atlantic City ever
the line of the Pennsylvania railroad will
leave here te-morrow morning at 5 o'clock.
The meeting which was te have taken
Slace last evening at the law eflicc of A. J.
aufiunan, esq., for the formation of a
Garfield and Arthur campaign glee club,
did net take take place as 'there were but
few of the prebable members of the club
present. It will be tried again this even
ing. Majer Shenk, of the Lancaster lawyers'
party, is no doubt well-known in Colum
bia. We noticed him shaking hands with
nil with whom he came in contact.
The gentlcmen's department of the
1. B. R. depot was crowded with ladies
thisiBornhurtetho evident dissatisfaction
of many of the stem sex. It appears that
the ladies cannot learn there is a room m
the depot assigned te them exclusively.
Alleged Felonious Assault.
Last night Thes J. Houghten appeared
before Alderman Spurrier and made com
plaint of felonious assault and battery
against Dr. N. Lewin. Mr. Houghten's
statement of the difficulty is that yesterday
afternoon at 1 o'clock he hired Lewin a
horse and buggy te take a drive. About
3 o'clock Lcwin returned the team te the
livery stable. Mr. Houghten and his em
ployees being absent. Dr. Lcwin put the
liorse in the stable and harnessed up
another ene of Mr. Houghten's
horses and drove oft' with it. As
the animal was young and valuable, and
Mr. Heugh te a exercises great caution in
hiring her, he started in pursuit of Dr.
Lcwin as seen as he learned that he had
taken her from the stable. He finally
found him at his own. office en Wct King
street and asked hini why he stelo the
horse out of hisstable without permission.
Dr. Lcwin tccaue angry, ordered Hough Hough
eon out of his e(ficc,and te enferce his order
reached for a pistol and pointed it at
Mr. Houghten's breast. At the same time
another man who was in the effice .seized
Mr. Houghten by the arms and hustled
him out. Mr. Houghten's son was along
with him at the time and the above arc
the facts as eiven be them. They also say
that both the horses driven byJDr. Lcwin
were abused and badly driven whilj in
On the ether hand Dr. Lcwin sajs he
did net abuse the horses. The ene that
was first given him did net suit him and
he took it back te have it exchanged for
ft better ene. Finding nobody about the
premises he hitched up the ether hurse
himself. He says that when Mr. Hough Hough
eon and his son came te his office, Mr.
Houghten was excited and abusive, threat
ening te assault him, and,that he picked up
the pistol te warn him. He says also that
the pistol was unleaded.
Alderman Spurrier held Dr. Lcwin for a
ASSAULT AND BATIKBV .
Excitement en Daks Street.
This morning a difficulty occurred e:i
Duke street opposite the court heuse be
tween Frank Sales and Fritz Grethwald
the dealer in old iron. The street was
much crowded with vehicles, and Sales
who was in a buggy tried te pass Groth Greth
wald's iron wagon. Being unable te de se.
he told Grethwald te get out of the way
and as the latter could net or did uet de
se, Sales struck him several ticms with his
carriage whip. When Grethwald get out
of Duke street as far as Orange, hestepped,
and, when Sales came up, caught his horse
by the head and asked him who he was as
he wanted te sue him for striking him.
Sales jumped out of his buggy, knocked
Grethwald down, aud kicked him. Per
sons who witnessed the affair state that
Salcs's first attack en Grethwald was en
tirely unjustifiable, but Sales said Groth Greth
wald struck his liorse when he tiicd te
BROKE A HITCHINO STRAP.
Wagen Wrecked en Kins Street.
This forenoon Adam Murray, of Maner
township, tied his herse te a pest en Prince
strcet opposite Fulton hall. Becoming
restive the herse broke the hitching strap
and ran off. In turning up West King
street the horse almost ran into Reyer's
confectionery store. The top of the mar
ket wagon te which he was hitched was
tern off and the wagon otherwise damag
ed. The herse ran en the pavement a
short distance aud was then captured,
having his legs somewhat skinned.
Thrown Frem a Carriage.
This morning about 10 o'clock as Jacob
Sener accompanied by a friend was driving
en Chestnut street opposite the Pennsyl
vania railroad passenger depot, his liorse
took fright and ran furiously as far as Duke
street, where running into a pile of lumber,
the vehicle was upset and the occupants
thrown out. Mr. Sener fell heavily upon
his head, and was rendered unconscious
for some time. He was carried into Dr.
Compten's office, where restoratives wer
applied, and he seen lecevercd sufficicntl
te walk home. The carriage was damage
somewhat by the upset and the horse wa
slightly cut en the leg.
A GOOD CLIMBER.
A Hancock and English Flag Raising.
This afternoon Jehn Kurtz, an Eighth
ward Democrat, climbed the 'hickory pole
at the corner of West King and Mary
streets, taking with him hammer, nails,
pully and ropes, and at a height of nearly
ene hundred feet from the ground fastened
the pully te the pole, adjusted the ropes in
tlie pully ana swing te tnc urccz a ucauu
ful bunting American flag G feet wide and
12 feet long. Mr. Kurtz's feat is the mere
remarkable as he made the ascent without
"creepers "' or any ether of the appliances
A lleatilirul Stere.
A visit this morning te the recently
remodeled "Zahm's Cerner" disclosed the
fact that in the space of a little mere than
three weeks this;,widely-known establish
ment had undergone a complete metamor
phosis. The main store room new occu
pies the entire lower fleer an is fitted up
beautifully and conveniently. The front is
formed by a large central doer,rcccssedJand
flanked en citner side by twin windows
the glass in recess and windows reaching
from fleer te ceiling. Inside show win
dows arc discarded and replaced by large
movable combination cases for the display
of goods. The furniture of the stoic
is entirely new.
Around the walls rue three large
solid walnut cases, two feet deep and
about nine feet high with circular
lop doers the upholstering blue cash
mere with satin trimming. These cases
were designed and made by Peter Rcgcn
lius, of this city, and certainly are a credit
te the skill of one of Lancaster's workmen.
The counter cascs.ef which thcic arcjfivc,
thrce each seven feet in length, one eight
feet, and one circular case thirteen feet,
were made by the United States show case
works of Pittsburgh, Pa, They arc of the
best quality, French plate, mounted in
solid rose weed frames en heavy walnut
tables, each case and table complete in
itself. The doers work perpen
dicularly, economizing space and making
them as nearly dust tight as possible. The
circular case, the mal:crs claim, is the finest
in this country, and all their work bears
evidence of skill and first-class workman
ship. The gas fixtures were furnished by Jehn
A. Arneld, and arc gems of artistic beauty.
This gentleman will also complete Tire,
steam heating throughout the entire build
ing, the engine and boiler for which arc
furnished by another Lancaster mechanic
and business man. who has mera than a
local reputation Jehn Best. The steam
power is net only designed for heating,
but will be used for driving the machinery
in the factory which occupies the entire
third fleer ei' the establishment, and is
equipped with a complete outfit of ma
chinery requisite for the manufacturing of
jewelry. The second fleer is connected
by a convenient stairway with the first,
and will be used as a clock and spectacle
room. This latter department of the
business of the heuse has increased
te such an extent as te absolutely
need a separate room for fitting
aud adjusting lenses te different cases
of defection visien.J
One of the most striking aud beau
tiful parts of the inner work in the
main room is the paper decoration of
the walls. This was furnished by J. B.
Martin & Ce., and put up under the icr icr
seu.il supervision of Jehn L. Martin.
The paper is, we believe, called em
bossed velvet with nyiroen and geld bor
der. The whole arrangement for business,
when entirely completed, will add greatly
te the convenience and comfort of the pro
prietor and his patrons, and se far as the
main sales room is concerned it u new one
of the most beautiful in the state.
Heefer Atlantic City!
The excursion te Atlantic City te morrow
premises te be a success. The fare for the
round trip will be $2.7."5, including street
railway and ferry fare. Tickets will be
geed for two days, te icturn en any train
en the second day. Persons having busi
ness in Philadelphia, and desiring te go no
further, will have the privilege of stepping
there, thus ailbrding them an opportunity
for a very cheap business trip. This will
probably be the last excursion of the sea
son : it is certainly the last that has been
announced, and for this reason, if for no
ether, it will doubtless be well patronized.
An old lady wrifes : " 1 wa? curcd.er a com
plicated disease of the kidneys by the ti-c of
two of Prof. Gutlmctte's French Kidney Pads,
after all ether remedies had failed."
Telegraphic Frem Teledo, O.
Mu. Editer: Say te your readers that Dayj
Kidtsey Fad Is extensively used liurc by our
best citizens, and is effecting most wonderful
cares. It it the best Kidney remedy ever sold
in this locality. W. K. West, Druggist.
Merchants' excursion te Ceney Island and
llrighten Beach, en Thursday, August 20.
Tickets positively geed for two days, te return
en any train from Jersey City or Philadelphia.
Fare ler the round trip only $1.75. Special
trains leave Lancaster (Kingslrcct)at4:00u.in.
and Columbia at 4:00 a. in. Fer full particulars
see "pesters anil circulars at all stations en R.
and C. 15. R. augW,2l,23,5l,i.t2tw
White, sett and velvety hands fellow the use
of Cutlcura Medicinal Seap.
And clean your mouth afterwards with SO
ZODONT,and your teeth will be in condition
te de their work for years. Thousands ordys erdys
peptics belted their feed because iliey had no
geed teeth te masticate properly. Chew line,
cat slew, and use SOZODONT.
Teachers, authors and ethers or sedentary
habits highly prize Malt Hitlers.
It is impossible for a woman after a faithful
course or treatment witli Lydia E. I'inklumfs
Vegetable Compound te continue te sutler
with a weakness et the uterus. Enclose a
stamp te Mrs. Lydia E. l'inkliain, i' Western
avenue, Lynn, Mass., for pamphlets.
"IIew Is Tills Ter Telegraphing!"
A llembay paper of recent date thus an
nounces n domestic eccurrence: At 1'oenah,
March 24, the lady of Majr Nash, a daughter
by Telegraph! 'Smart work that," but no
smarter than the Eclcctric quickness. Dr.
Themas' EclectricOilcuresall cascsei Asthma,
ISrenchitis. Diseases of the Threat and Ultuul
ularrswclltngs. Fer sale by II. 18. Cochran,
druggist, leTand 139 North Queen street, Lan
Try Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup.
Warm Weather and ita Kffccts.
Many people, especially ladies, complain at
this season of the year or a general; weakness
or debility. The use or Specr's l'ert Crape
Wine prevents this. The wine is said te have
a most wonderful effect In giving strength,
vigor and tone te the whole system. It is ex
tensively used by ladies nursing, or about te
nurse infants. This wine is neta manufactured
article no liquor is added te it. It is no patent
medicine or cordial humbug, but is a superior
wine of the Oporto grape. It is pure, old, un
adulterated wine, nothing mere or less. Mr.
Spccr has been supplying hospitals with ids
wine for many years past. It Is said te be un
surpassed for summer complaints, and for
weakly persons. The price is low ter se excel
lent a wine, and no lamily need be without Jt.
This wine i3 endorsed by Drs. Alice and
Davts, and sold by II. E. Slayinakcr.
Try Lechei's Kcnewncd Cough Syrup.
" Carry the news te Mary !" Health and hap
piness are found in every box et "Sellers'
WE CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION TO JOB LOTS IN
PERCALES AJNTD LAWNS,
Which we are offering at prices that must close them out. Please call and examine them. New Fall Styles in Dress
Ginghams, Percales and Prints just opened. White, Red and Gray Weel Flannels at Bettem Prices
Bleached and Unbleached Cotten Flannels,
At Bettem Prices. Sheeting and Shirting Muslins at Lewest Prices.
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
in New Styles opening daily. Z3T Please give us a call.
GrIVLEK, BO"WEES & HUE8T,
25 East King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
Mm. Dera Keck, 454 Elm street, Buffalo.
s.ivs : I hare used Dr. Themas' Kelcctric Oil
for Neuralgia, Croup and Burns, and in each
case It proved very successful. I consider it
the best family medicine I knw et and would
net be without it. Fer Sale by II. it. Cochran,
druggist, 137 and 139 North Queen btrect, Lan
Tumors, erysipelas, mercurial diseases, scrof
ula, and general debility cured by "Dr. Lind
scy's Illoed Searcher."
The remedy that will cure the many diseases
peculiar te women is Warner's Sale Kidney
and .Liver Cure. Mether's Magazine. 5
Try Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup
" Brown's Urenchial Troches'" are used with
advantage te alleviate Coughs, Sere Threat,
Hoarseness and Bronchial Affections. Fer
thirty years these Troches have been in use,
w"ith annually Increasing favor. They are net
new and untried, but, having been tested by
wide and constant use for nearly an entire
generation, they have attained well-merited
rank among the few staple remedies of the age.
"JSreicn's Bronchial Troches" act directly
en the organs of tho-velee. They have an ex
traordinary effect in all disorders of the Threat
and Larynx, restoring a healthy tone when re
laxed, either trem cold or ovcr-cxertlen of the
voice, and produce a clcarand distinct enunci
ation. Speakers and Singers find the Troches
A Cough, Celd, Catarrh ei Sere Threat rc
(luircs immediate utlentien, as neglect often
times results in some Incnrable Lung Disease.
" Brown's Urenchial Troches" will almost in
variably give relief. Imitations arc offered for
-ale, many el which are injurious. The genu
ine "Urewii's Urenchial Troches" are sold
only in bores. iunl5-lyd&wTu,Th&S
Mothers! Mothers!! Met Hers:!!
Arc you disturbed at night and broken el
your rest by u sick child suffering and crying
with the excruciating pain of cutting teeth?
11 se, go at once and gclaboitlcefMRS. WINS
LOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP. It will relieve the
peer little sufferer immediately depend upon
it; there is no mistake about it. There Is neta
mother en earth who has overused it, who will
net tell you at once that it will regulate the
bowels, and give rest te the mother, and relief
and health te the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe te use in all cases, and pleas
ant te the taste, and is the prescription et one
et the eldest and best female physicians and
nurses in the United States. Sold everywhere
25 cents a bottle. fjl7-lyd&wM,W&S
The 2d of SEPTEMBEU is the last day for
registration and assessment,
The assessor of each district is required te
be at the election heuse en WEDNESDAY aud
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1st and 2d, from
10 a. m. te 3 p. m and Irem C p. m. te '.) p. in.,
te perfect the list of voters.
All persons entitled te vote should personal'
ly sec that they are assessed ns well as regis
tered." Persons intending te be naturalized before
the 2d of OCTOBER should also be assessed
and registered by the 2d of SEPTEMBER.
County committee meeting at City Central
Headquarters Monday, August 23, at 10 a. m.
Hancock Veteran Association meets at Cen
tral Headquarter every Tuesday evening.
Conference committees meet en Wednesday
evening, August 18, and August 23. There
after en every second aud .fourth Wednesday
of the month.
Campaign commit ice meets regularly every
Sixtli ward club meets regularly en Friday
evening; Anicricus club en Thursday evening.
On Friday evening, August 2-), there will be a
public mcccting et the Democracy et the Sixth
ward in Schiller hall, under the joint auspices
of the Americus association and Sixth ward
club. Speakers will address the meeting.
The Eighth Ward Hancock club meets at
Henry ltehrer's restaurant, Strawberry street,
Wednesday evening, at S o'clock sharp.
The Yeung Men's Hancock and English club
will meet at Jacob Utzinger's Saleen, Middle
Street, en te-morrow (Thursday) evening at 7
FOB PRESIDENT :
WINFIELD S. HANCOCK,
FOB VICE PRESIDENT :
WILLIAM H. ENGLISH,
The great principles of American lib
erly arc still the lawful inheritance or
this people, and ercr should he. The
right of trial by jury, the habeas corpus,
the liberty or the press, the freedom of
speech, the natural rights of persons and
the rights of property must be preserved.
WINHKLI) S. HANCOCK,
Maj. Ucn.Cenid'gDcpt. La. ami Texas.
State Electoral Ticket.
R. E. MONAGIIAN,
W. II. PLAYFORD.
E. A. PUE.
J. M. CAMPBELL.
JOHN N, MOFFET.
NATHAN C. .TAMES.
JAMES G. McSPARRAN,
DR. ALFKEI) J. MAUTJN.
II. E. DAVIS.
GEORGE A. POST.
A. M. BENTON.J
J. P. LINTON.
COL: JOHN S. MILLER.
J. O. SAXTON.
C. SI. BOWER.
J. A. J. BUCHANAN.
CHRISTOPHER MAG BE.
ROBEliT M. GIBSON.
HARRY W. WILSON
J. BOSS THOMPSON.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
TOR StTVIlEME JUTK1E.
FOR AUDITOR OENKRAL.
ROBERT P. DECHERT.
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET.
FOR D'STRICT ATTORXET.
FOR SENATOR (13tll DISTRICT.)
J. B. DOUGLASS.
FOR ASSEVDLT (2d DISTRICT.)
S. C. STEVENSON,
S. P. SHIRK.
FOR ASSEMBLY (3d DISTMCr.)
It. DAVIS YUNDT,
JACOB M. IIAENLEX.
for prison nrer-ECTens.
BABTON N. WINTERS
FOR POOR DIRECTORS.
A. J. SNYDER,
Among the many advantages sained 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 REPAINING,
MONOGRAM INSCRIPTION AND
ORNAMENTAL ENGRAVING, &c.
A great variety of new work in original designs will be produced
in our own manufactory. Any orders for specialties will be filled
at short notice and te the satisfaction of our customers. Old Geld
or Silver beusrht, taken in exchange, or made into new goods.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 West King Street.
WILL BE EEOPENED
Wednesday Evening, August 18th.
We extend acenlial invitation te ALL te call and examine our LARGE AND ELEGANT
STOCK OF GOODS.
EDW. J. ZAHM,
ZAHM'S COENER, LANCASTER, PA.
ATTENTION SIK KNIGUTS THE lUEJt
bers of Lancaster Dsvisien Ne. C, will
meet in their Armery in full uniform te-morrow
(Thursday) evening at r o'clock sharp,
fertius purpose et receiving Division Ne. 7.
By order of Sir Knight Commander. ltd
rilOKACCO KAISEKS' NOTICE.
J. The Pcnn'n Mutual Hail Insurance Com
pany is new ready te bind the insurance, and
issue policies against nau aumagc te tobacco.
Rates reduced. Insure before it is tee late, at
fSMAN & BUKNS'S, Ins. Agents,
Office, 10 West Orange Street.
Ir.Il'OKTANT TO IlEAL ESTATE OWN
ERS. About September 1 we will issue
our Monthly Catalogue of Real Estate for sale.
If you have property te sell, avail yourselves
at once of this excellent opportunity ler put
ting property in the market. Terms sent by
mail. IIERR A STAUFFER, Real Estate
Agents, 3 North Duke street, Lancaster, Pa.
INSTATE OF MICHAEL TKISSLEK,
2i late el the City of Lancaster, deceased.
letters testamentary en said estate having
been grunted te the undersigned, all persons
Indebted te said decedent are requested te
make immediate settlement, and these hav
ing claims or demands against the estate of
said decedent, te make known the same te the
undersigned, residing at Ne. 130 East King
Street, Lancaster. Pa.
CATHARINE F. TRISSLER,
ANNETTA F. TRISSLER,
100 Tens et Rags Wanted,
Fer which the highest price will be paid.
X CENTS PER POUND FOR GOOD
The highest price paid for Woolens, Old
Paper, Beeks, c. Ten Bag Assertcrs wanted"
te whom the highest price will be paid.
JOHN A. SHOBER,
Cor. North Queen and Orange Streets,
yO-trdR Lancaster, Pa
GRAND EXCURSION TO
On THURSDAY, AUGUST 19.
TICKETS GOOD FOR TWO DAYS.
Geed te return en any train from Atlantic
City and Philadelphia en second day, without
extra charge. Parties desiring te return same
lay will take special train, leaving Atlantic
City at G and West Philadelphia DcpetatSp. m
Tickets, $2.75 for the round Trip.
Train leaves Lancaster depot at 5:35.
CHILDREN HALF l'RICE.
Mount Jey and Landisvillc passengciv; will
take Fast line as far as Lancaster.
Tickets ler sale at the ticket efliccs.
CLARK & SCHMID,
jy3l-2wdced Lancaster, Pa.
PUBLIC SALE OF STOCKS.
On MONDAY, AUGUST 2.1, 1SS0, will be
sold at public sale, for the undcrsigner execu execu
eor, at tlie Cooper Heuse, Lancaster City, Pa.,
the following stocks, te wit:
20 Shares Farmers National Bank Stock.
10 Shares Lancaster County National Bunk
5 Shares Lancaster and FruItvHlc Turnpike
2C Shares Manhcim nnd Lancaster Turnpike
13 Shares Lancaster und Susquehanna Turn
pike Stock, known as the Columbia pike.
2 Shares Lancaster and Ephrata Pike Com
7 Shares Lancaster and Willow Street Pike
10 Shares Hollewwarc and Enameling Com
219 Shares Lancaster Gas Company Stock.
5 Shares Lancaster and MillersvUle Street
Car R. R. Stock.
Sale te commence at 2 o'clock p. m. et said
day, when attendance will be given und con
ditions of sole will be made known by
Executer of the last will
S. Hess & Sen, Aucs.
of Gen. J. L. Key-
INSTATE OF HENRY MUSSELMAN, LATE
It et the borough of Marietta, Lancaster
county, deceased. The undersigned Auditor,
appointed by the Orphans' Court of Lancaster
county. Fa., te distribute the balance remain
ing in the hands of B. F. lliestand and Ames
Bewman, executers of the will of said de
ceased, te and among these legally entitled te
the same, will attend for that purpose en the
14th day of AUGUST, 18i, at o'clock a. m., in
the Library Roem of the Court Heuse, in the
city of Lancaster, Pa., where all persons Inter
ested in said distribution may attend.
ANTED..EVERYBODY TO ADVEK-
tlsc. free of charge, in the Iktellkikn-
(er. who wants something te de.
WANTED OLD IIORSE SHOES AT THE
l'enn Rolling Mill, Lancaster, ler which
the lilghvst price will be paid. augl3-euwtfd
TirANTED THE UNDERSIGNED WILL
T T go out nursing,
It at Ne. 140 North
-XTANTED A YOUNG COLORED BOX
T T wants a situation at which he can make
himself useful. Apply at S1G Nertli street.
WanIU-a si'eUV isuk1 AliOUl XH
or 17 years old, te learn carriage paint
ing at Philip Doersom's Carriage shop, 128 East
Klngstrcct, Lancaster, Pa. ltd
WANTED A HOY TO LEARN CAR
rlagc smithing at S. SI. Cex'0, 341 Cbarch
street. ' ltd
WANTED A SITUATION AS HOCSE
kecper by a thorough competent person.
Can furnish best of citv relcrence ; references
exchanged. Apply at Ne. 17 Seuth Prince
Street, MISS BKOWN.
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS,
Send stamp for Catalogue. Rifles, Shet Guns
Revolvers, sent C. O. D. foccxaminatien.
PUBLIC SALE ON THURSDAY MORN
ing at 10 o'clock will be sold, en the Res
ervoir Ground, a let of geed second-hand
lumber. By order of the W atcr Committee.
aul7-2td JACOB GUNDAKER, Auct'r.
TjURST GRAND VOLKSFEST OF THE
Canastatter YeMest 7ri,
OF LANCASTER, ON
Monday and Tuesday, Aug. 23 and 24,
AT WHAT GLEN PARK.
This is the first Cunnstatter Velksfest ever
held in Lancaster, and is being arranged en
the name plan as the Cannstatter Velksfest of
Philadelphia and New Yerk.
The leading attraction et the day will be an
lmmense Festival Column, artistically deco
rated with every kind of Fruit and will be
worthy of a visit. There will also be a large
ranerama frce te all visitors, which will pro
duce the principal cities and towns of Europe
in their natural size. The different European
Military Staffs in full uniform can also be seen
In life size.
Popular entertainments ler adults and chll
pren will be provided ler.
Omnibuses will leave East King street dur
ing the two days, and Powell's conveyances
will take passenger te the Park for 15 cents
PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE REAL
ESTATE. On WEDNESDAY, SEPTEM-
BEE 15, 1SS0, wUl be sold at public sale en
premises, situated in Raphe township, en
read leading from ML Jey te Manheim, enc
; half mile northeast of Mt. Joy.adieininglunds
te Manheim, one-
et Christian Geed. Jeseph betweilcr. J no.
Brcncman nnd the Little Chiques Salunga
creek, a Valuable Farm centainlngl3S ACRES,
en which is erected a two-story Brick Heuso
with two-story brick wing uttached. There is
no finer farm heuse in Lancaster county. A
balcony extends the whole length of the house
en the first and second stories. There are
large folding doers in the hall; in winter the
doers can be closed, making another room,
nnd in summer by opening the doers a large,
cool hall Is the result. A circular staircase
runs te the third story. The cellar is cement
ed and has a sub-arched cellar underneath,
which Is Intended for keeping milk, butter,
meats, 4c. Stene Tenant Heuse with basement
kitchen. A large bank barn, when erected in
1871, cost nearly $8,000. Attached te the barn is
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
shed, corn crib and all necessary outbuildings,
allot which ere covered with slate. A large
ice beuse near the house. The fencing is com
posed or locust pests and chestnut rails. The
property has been thoroughly limed within
the last five years, is in a high state of cultiva
tion, and is one of 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 sole will please call en Mr.
Charles Bender, residing thereon.
Sale te commence at 1 o'clock p. nujef said
day, when attemdance will be given by
HENRY E. LEMAN.
L. D. Gallagher, Auct.
. The second story et Eshleman & Rath
von's Benking Heuse, at Centre Square, and
also a room en second story, opposite the
Penn'a B. B. Depot, en Chestnut street.
B. F. ESHLEMAN.
WEDNESDAY EVEN'O, AUG. 18, 1B80.
Washington, D. C, Aug. 18. Fer tne
Xew England and Middle Atlantic states,
slowly falling barometer, generally high
temperature, winds mostly southerly,
ruj biuuuj ntrjuwr, uuu pussiuiy oc
FIRES AN THE WEST.
TheTowuefGlendale, O., Ravaged by Flame
Cincinnati, Aug. 18. A fire cngine
was sent te Glendalc, fifteen miles distant,
at midnight, te assist in extinguishing a
fire. The report of the fire is meagre, but
it known that seven buildings are burned.
St. Leuis Flouring Mill Destroyed.
St. Leuis, Aug. 18. The Yager flour
ing mill, the largest aud costliest mill in
the city, was entirely destroyed by fire
last night. The less cannot be stated at
present, but will be heavy. The property
was insured for $285,000. A large wooden
building en 19th street, used as a skating
rink and riding school, was also entirely
consumed by fire about midnight.
The Unwholesome Substance Used te Sweet
Philadelphia, Aug. 18.-AgncsCriddle,
aged 14, a servant in the employ of Jehn
C. 3Iacy, a prevision dealer, was arrested
last night upon charge of poisoning 3Irs.
Macy and two niale boarders, by placing
oxalic acid iu their coffee. Physicians
succeeded in counteracting the effects of
the acid but Jlrs. Macy suffered intensely.
The girl denies the crime but admits hav
hiving bought oxalic acid at a neighboring
LIberul Use of Firearms by Catholics and
Londen, Aug. 18. During the riot at
Dungannon, Sunday morning, many e
the police wero wounded. Their ranks
were broken several times and final
ly they fired buckshot into the crowd.
The fire was returned and the crowd in
their eagerness te attack almost rushed en
the point of the bayonet. The police
afterward fired a volley of ball and many
were wounded ene man died shortly
At Deunpatrick, ill a fight between Cath.
elics and Orangemen, fire-arms were in
cessantly used from eleven o'clock Sunday
mgut, untu tnrce e clock .Monday morn
ing. Several persons were wounded.
Suicide of a Prominent Fireman.
Acbubn, N. Y., Aug. 18. The conven
tion of state firemen in session here was
cast into gloom this morning by the sui
cide of Jeseph P. Nbrris, chief engineer of
the fire department. Deceased was very
nervous for weeks past in anticipation of
the gathering, and the excitement unbal
anced his mind. During last night he
arese from bed and cut his threat with a
Eaten's Ringing Delivarancc.
New haven, Conn., August 18. The
Democratic state convention met here
this morning. Senater Eaten was
chosen permanent president. Senater
Eaten referred te the electoral com
mission as the greatest political crime
of modern times nnd appealed te
Connecticut te set her bread seal
of condemnation upon it.
Competitive Drill at Chicago.
Chicago, Aug. 18. Thirty thousand
persons were en tLa Jockey Club grounds
this morning te witness the competitive
drill of the Knights Templar, and the heat
was almost overpowering.
NEW YORK GKEENHACKERS.
Meeting in State Convention at Syracuse.
Syracuse, N. Y., Aug. 18. The Green
back state convention re-assembled this
morning. The report of the committee en
plan of organization was read.
Ole Bull Dead.
Beugex, Norway, Aug. IS. Ole Bull
the violinist, is dead.
ESTATE OF HENRY AUSSICKER (OK
OVERSEEK), late of Pequea township,
deceased. The undersigned Auditor, appoint
ed te pass upon exceptions and distribute the
balance remaining in the hands of Jehn M.
Amweg, Administrator, te and among these
legally entitled te the same, will sit for that
purpose en FRIDAY, the 20th dayer AUGUST.
18S0, at 10 o'clock a. m., in the Library Roem of
the Court Heuse, in the city of Lancaster,
where all persons interested In said distribu
tion may attend. D. McMULLEN,
ESTATE OF ANDREW STEWART, LATE
of Lancaster City, deceased. The under under
sigecd Auditor, appointed te distribute the
balance remaining in the hands of Jehn St.
Geed. csn.. trustee te sell real estate, te ami
among these legally entitled te the same, will
sit for that purpose en WEDNESDAY, the
25th day of AUGUST, 1880, at 10 o'clock a.m.,
in the Library Roem et the Court Heuse, in
the city of Lancaster, where oil persons inter
ested in said distribution may attend.
W. F. BEYER,
ASSIGNED ESTATE OF SAMUEL KURTZ
und Jacob II. Strieklcr. trailing as Kurtz
& Ce., of Mount Jey borough. The undersign
ed Auditors, appointed te pass upon excep
tions and distribute the balance remaining in
the hands et Henry lliestand und Pliilip A.
Pylc, Assignees, te and among these legally
entitled te the same, will sit for that purpose
en TUESDAY, the 17th dav of AUGUST. 1880.
at 10 o'clock a. in., in the Library Roem et the
court ueusc, in mc city ei .Lancaster, wuerc
all persons interested In suld distribution may
attend. URIEL SWOPE,
E. D. NORTn,
ESTATE OF HENRY DERR, LATE OF
Ceney township, Lancaster county, de
ceased. The undersigned Auditor, appointed
te distribute the balance remaining in the
hands of Christian K. Ebersole administrator
d. b. n. c. t. a. of said deceased, te and among
theso legally entitled te the same, will sit for
that purrxwe en THURSDAY, AUGUST. 19,
nt 9 o'clock n. m., in the Library Roem or the
Court Heuse, in the city of Lancaster, where
all persons Interested in said distribution may
attend. SAMUEL EBY,
ESTATE OF DANIEL WlKER, LATE OF
Stmsburg township, Lancaster county,
deceased. Letters testamentary en said estate
having been granted te the undersigned, all
persons indebted te said 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 Stras
burg township. SAMUEL H. W IKElt,
ESTATE OF JOSEPH AND MARIA
Wengcr, late of Upper Leacock township,
deceased. The undersigned Auditor, appoint
ed te pass upon exceptions filed te the account
of Jehn Wenger, guardian of Emma Louisa
Wcnger, a miner child of said decedents, will
sit for thatfpurpesc en WEDNESDAY, AUG.
25, 1880, at 10 o'clock a. m., In the Library Beem
et the Court Heuse, In the city of Lancaster,
where all persons Interested may attend.
' PhUiMtelpUa Markatu "
PHTHTHtT.THIA. An. M .Flnnr il,,ll .i
JE?:; nperJXBa . .593; extra i ae
4 00 ; Ohie and Indiana lamily $5 235 75:
fnf?JS LSm)!amUy M6C w ? Patent
.. TT" LO- -l-. - - ...... .ua
and high grades 16 5003 00.
J u uuiir u ma fitt
kt drill nnrl lnm . Vn e ifm,... a
W; Penn'a Bed if 7nbeV I J"
30I0c; Ne. 3,de3Sc; Ne. T'Mixcd'as
Bye scarce : New Tee.
5r?J22?etaJ05l lobbing demand: mess
beei $1550(916; beef Hams 2i5o-eo; Indian
ZV&S ttt6? bacon-smoked shoulders
Gc; salt de Static; smoked hams 11313a:
pickled hams 9i10Kc
nam una ; ,'city Jcettle
butchers' 7te : nrimn
Butterinarkct inactive and prlce;iineliang
cd; Creamery extra 25026c; Creamery geed te
cheice 2221c : Bradford county unTl New
erk extra. 22023c; Western reserve extra 13
016c; de geed te choice 13015c; Rolls duU;
Penn'a extra 13016; Western reserve extra
, Eggsscarceand wanted; Pcnnsylvaulaatl7c ;
Cheese quiet hnt held firmly : New Yerk
full cream I213c; Western full cream lie;
'iP-X1 te Soett MSlOJSc; de lielf skims
Petroleum steady ; refined 8-;:c.
Whisky! II. '"
-fSS?6001 te l'rime Clever firm at $3 50
SS73; Timethy firm at $2 G032 75 : Flaxseed
quiet at 1 2301 2S.
Mew Xerk Market.
New Your. Aug. IS. Fleur Stut and ',t.
era market in buyers' favor, with Very
modcrate expert and home trade inquiry; su su
perflne state at S 5004 25 ; extra d ut tn
$V-?i- h0,ce. v W 5U5 00; fancy
1006 00; round hoop Ohie 1 5005 50;
choice de $5 6006 75; superfine western f3(SQ
4 40; common te geed extra de n oeqiiu;
choice dodo $45006 75; choice while wheat de
4 2504 75; Southern dull and declining:
common te lair extra $50006 00; geed te
choice de (6 1006 75.
Wheat Ne. 1 White, cash, a sliade lower;
ether kinds without change ; Ne. 1 White,
!!'i' LS??" ' a September, $1 07 : de October,
i07; Ne. 2 Red August, $1 07?$: de
Sept., $1 O7J401 07 ; de Oct. 91 0801 ic.
.Cern a shade better ami moderately active ;
Mixed western spot, 48050c ; de future, 50
Oats strong : State, 3tl047c. ; Western, 37ICc
Penna 6's (third Issue) 106
Philadelphia & Erie
United Ces. of N. J..
Central Transportation Ce. f.t1.
Pitts., Tltusville & Buffalo. r2
Little Schuylkill. 47
NBW Yeiek. Aug. 18.
Stocks strong nnd active. OW
N. Y. Central 133 "
Adams Express lit
Michigan Central U5
Michigan Southern 108
Illinois Central 1(WJ.
Cleveland ft Pittsburgh.. -.121 "
Chicago A Reck Island. 112!.'
Pittsburgh A Fert Wayne.. 125J
Western Union Tel. Ce 106
Teledo Wabash .'40
New Jersey (Central 76,.
Ontario Western 25
United States Bends and Sterling Exchange
(Quotations by Si. K. Jamisen Jb Ce., S.
cer. en anu cnesiuut sireeisj.
PmXADBXTHIA, Aug. IS.
United States Cs, 1881, (rcgiatcrcd)..iai01O4
United States 6's, 1881, (registered). .lOiie
United States Wd, 1801, (rcglstcrcd)lie 0I1O?
United States4l?s,1891,(conpens)....lll Ul
United States 4s, 1007. (registered).. 109 110
United States Currency 6's. 125,1212712Sl
Sterling ExchnnKe 4S2&1U
LANCASTER HOUSEHOLD MARKET.
The household market this morning was
again a very lullone, and all manner of farm
produce, especially lruits and vegetables of
oxeellpnt qnnl ity, sold at very low prices, and
large quantities remained unsold ut the close
of the market. Watermelons and cantelepcs
were especially abundant and of as fine qual
ity as were ever brought te the Lancaster mar
ket. Peaches were geed, bad nnd Indifferent,
and ranged in price from 5 cents per half
peck ler scrawny enes te 40 cents for very fine
ones. The avorage prlce was from 10 te 1
cents. Hay was very scarce and high, clever
and timetliy niixcd selling nt $25 per ten.
Butter flit 1018c
Cottage cheese, t pieces. 5c
Dutch cheese ft lump. tf10c
Apples fl pk.... itfj.-tc
Bananas each ; 25c
Cherries, dried, Vut 12c
Currants, dried, fl A 12c
Dried Apples ft qt r8c
" Peaches ft qt 10&12c
Fex Grapes ft qt 23c
Grapes ft pk 1'iftlte
Lemens ft dez l20c
Omnges fl dez 50c
Pears fife peck 10lSc
Peaches ft Jpcck 15$20c
j) nun, ivi
Plums ft qt 1015c
Cabbage ft head fi10c
Carrots ft bunch 35e
Cucumbers ft dez 5I0c
Cern ft dez 5($10c
EggPlnnts each 5$8c
Green Cern ft'dez HtfelOc
Green beans ft peck 7f10c
Lima beans ft It. 1012c
Lettuce, head and plutc 35c
Onions ft J pk 20325c
" & linneli V
Potatoes ft Jpk 8l()c
Radishes ft bunch 5c
Soup Beans ft qt 8c
Salsify ft bunch lc
O'juusiicti cmn - (
Tomatoes ft pk 10l5c
Chickens ft pair (live) tOfiOOc
" " (cleaned) W75e
Ducks ft pair jiocee
Geese ft piece G0cl
Bess ft It 10c
Catfish ft ft 12Jc
Eels ft ft loc
Apple Bnttcr ft qt 25c
??$ f i 40 lSC
Jleiicy ? A. J$j
eOtlp jff ! MjfCC
Sauer krutlt ft qt 10l2c
Beef Steak, ft ft 1020c
" Reust (rib) ft A 121Cc
" " (chuck) ft ft iOWic
" Corned, ft ft 10I2c
" Dried, ft A 2528c
Bologna dried 25c
Ham ft ft 1318c
JUITIL) Tfl ID 1w4$jVC
iMim fi t(jjC
Mutten ft. ........... ..... ........ 10lfc
Pudding ft ft 8c
Sausage ft ft 10l2c
Sides und Bacen ft ft 7I0c
Shoulders ft A 7c
Summer Bologna. He
Veal Si ft........... ........10Q16c
Cleversccd ft bus $5.00CCO
Hay ft ten 2025
"ril TP UU3(a .mC
'-WHS tW IJu3.... .. ()VD'0c
-" UUS sfVlywwC
Timethy Seccd ft bus $3.2550
Wheat ft bus $1.0
Lancaster Organ IwMw
Without a doubt furnish the FINEST IN
STRUMENTS in the Market. Warcroems .120
North Queen street, Manufactory in the rear.
Branch Office, lift East King Street.
Alex. McKillipe, Proprietor.
Alse Agent for Lancaster County for
CiUCKERING SON'S Celebrated
A Full Line et Sheet and ether Music, Small
Instruments, Violins. Banjos, Band Instru
ments, 4c always en hand. flS-lyuSftlyw
J2j Came te the residence of the subscriber,
in Celeraln township, en JUNE 28, 1880, a pale
Red Steer and a Boen Heifer, supposed te be
about 1 years old. The owner is requested
i ouuie lurwani, prove property, pay charges
uuu iud uiciu away, uwerwisc tucy
cy will b
seiu uccqruing 10 law.
SIMEON W. SWISHER.
July 9, 1889.