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LANCASTEKJDlilY lETEIXlGENCER iHUfiSDAY AtTGtTST 26, 1880.
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A GOOD TIME AT TELIS HAIN.
Relaxation from Professional Caret-A Friend
ly Secial Catherine.
Notwithstanding the lowering clouds
the meeting of physicians from Lancaster
and neighboring counties held at Tcll's
Hain near this city te-day is largely at
tended, and all the indications point te a
pleasant day. Just one year age the
meeting corresponding te this was held at
McCall'B Ferry and proved such a delight
ful aftair that it was resolved te
commemorate its anniversary, as often
as it recurred, with a similar event.
It is understood that at these occasions
the professional character is laid aside and
all its "pills and potions," and the social
side of life is te be exclusively developed.
Many of thephysicians attending are accom
panied by their families and the bachelerand
widower members of the profession are net
forgotten, for there are present quite'anum
ber of fair ladies who would de honor te
the science if they could be induced te
patronize it. The gloomy weather net
being favorable te outdoor recrea
tion nor conducive te beating, the
upper rooms at Tell's Hain are cleared for
dancing, and an orchestra furnishes merry
music. The lower room was arranged for
a banquet hall and an elegant dinner was
prepared by Gee. II. Miller, the popular
restaurateur. The tables looked very
handsome and the dinner came oft" at
1 p. m.
During the whole forenoon members of
the association and invited guests kept
coming, and the following is a complete
account of these present and the business
transacted this morning :
Drs. Jehn L. Atlcc, Jehn L. Atlt2. !jr.,
It. A. Belcuius, :M. L. Herr. A. J. Hcrr,
"W. Blackwood, O. Iteland, II. Carpenter,
J. S. Mchscrsmith, J. A. Elder, II. U. Stch
inan, Gee. It. Velchans, P. G. Albright,
Dr. Brown, U. ;i. N., Maie Island navy
yard, California, brother-in-law of Dr. Mes
scrsmith, was pieent as a guest of the
Drs. Jehn Mai tin, Bart; J. C. Gatchcll,
Martic ; J. W. Zell, LiUlc Britain ; S. At
lcc Beckius, Bmiiuu', Craig, Lincawcavcr,
J. B. McBridc, of Columbia ; J. M. Dca
ver and M. Gl.iekcn, Diumerc, P. J.
Itecbuck. Lititz; J. L. Zcigler,
A. Shcller, A. M. Hiestand, Mount
Jey; B. J. Itcemsuyder, Hiuklctewn ;
Gee. T. Wiseman. Bainbridge ; B. F. Hcrr,
Millcrsvillc; A. It. Black, Strasburg; J.
II. Musser, Lamjieter ; A. G. B. Parke,
Gap ; Jno. B. Kehler, New Helland ; F.
M. Livingston, Meimtvillc ; A. M. Miller,
Drs. "W. Stump Forwood, Harford
c., Mil.; G. S. Dare, Itising Sun, Md.; D.
I). Kennedy. Oxford ; J. Willis Housten,
Cellamcr, Chester co.; F. Marien Murray,
ville ; Jehn It. McChirg, West Chester ;
A. A. Haiuia, Pert Deposit, Mil.; 11. II.
Milncr, Delaware co.; Jacksen, Chester
CO.; J. Fulton, New Londen, Chester co.;
Jac. Price, West Chester.
Drs. lteuss, B. F. Spangler, W. S.
Rolande, of Yerk ; W. S. Brunncr, Ship
lcnsburg ; C. A. Itahter, Hanisburg ; II.
L. Orth, Dauphin co. ; M. B. Messcr,
Mcchanicsburg, Cumberland co.; Strickler,
Franklin co. ; Jehn Montgomery. Cham
bcrsburg; James McSperan, Dillsburg,
Yerk co. ; W. M. Dale, Carlisle ; J. A.
Drs. A. II. Strickler, Waynesboro ; L.
DeB. Kuhn, Heading; Jehn F. Carpen
The ladies accompanying them and ether
friends numbered as many mero as the
above mil, making quite a large company.
The doctors gathered under the trees
:mil tables mrillteut the buildings iiud held
an informal business meeting. Dr. Atlcc
presiding. The minutes of the McCall's
Ferry meeting were read; annual dues
were discussed and paid ; the by-laws of
the as-sociatien were signed, and the fol
lowing committee was appointed te nomi
nate officers, for the ensuing year : Drs.
Strickler, of Franklin county; Dale,
of Cumberland : Forwood, of Harford :
Spangler, of Yerk; Itahter, of Dauphin;
Dale, of Cecil ; Carpenter, of Schuylkill ;
Carpenter, of Lancaster ; Kuhn, of Berks;
Jacksen, of Chester ; Milncr, of Delaware.
They returned shortly and reported
the following who wcre unanimously
President, Dr. Price, of West Chester.
Vice-Presidents, Dr. Dale, of Cumber
land, and Dr. Forwood, of Harford.
Secretary anil Treasurer, Dr. S. ..T.
lteuss, of Yerk.
Executive Cemmittee: Drs. Musser,
of Cumberland ; Montgomery, of Frank
klin ; Reland of Yerk ; Spratt, of Ches
ter; Dare of Cecil; Murray, of Delaware;
Albright, el Lancaster; rorweou, in
Harford ; Carpenter, of Schuylkill ; Kuhn,
of Berks ; Orth, of Dauphin.
Dr. Price, the incoming president, was
introduced by Dr. Atlee and made a brief
.speech, saying he had come hither for a
quiet day and a geed dinner, and had ex
pected te go home relieved from care and
net burdened with new responsibilities.
The honor conferred was as unexpected as
undeserved, but he accepted it with thanks
and the disposition te discharge the trust
te the best of his abilities.
Seme discussion was had as te the power
of the association te elect the executive
committee, and it was found the by-laws
provided for the presidcut appointing a
committee of five. It was suggested that
the first five reported by the committee be
The meeting then adjourned, and after
a half hour of social entertainment dinner
was announced. The table literally
groaned when the doctors lifted their
scalpels and proceed te dissect the sub
ject. The ladies were scattered through
the company and the festivities were alto
gether brilliant and attractive. Dr. Atlcc,
in welcoming them all te the dinner, de
clared the occasion te be one of an alto
gether social character, and invited them
all te participate in it with a sense of en
tire relief from professional care.
Several hours wcre occupied at table,
ard with toasts, speeches and ether fes
tive delights, Kcffer's orchestra enlivening
Edwatd Eberman went te Leng Branch
Charles Schubcrth and wife have gene te
Rcuove te spend a few days.
The Sunday-school of the Union Bethel
church is holding a picnic at "Shenk's
Gee. 11. Themas pest 84, G. A. R., will
held a camp lire at their hall en Friday
evening, the 27th, and anticipate a geed
A large tomato can be seen iu the win
dow of Bair's dry geed store en East King
street. It was raised in the yard of C. W.
Gibbs, en Mulberry street and weighs two
pounds. The stock en which it was grown
is nine feet three inches in length.
William Franklin had a hearing before
Alderman Barr last evening en a charge
of stealing some money from Charles
Kegel. He was discharged for want of
The complaint of felonious assault made
by Thes. J. Houghten against Dr. Lewin,
was heard by Alderman Spurrier and dismissed.
Lcni, Delaware co.; II. si. rewnall, At
glcn, Chester co.; It. B. Ewing, West
Greve. Chester co.: Gee. It. Sural t, Ceatcs-
OUB REGULAR. CORRESPONDENCE.
A Severe Storm Personal News That Ce.
H. Again Dead by Diphtheria.
Mr. Fred Bucher was heard from yes
terday in letter dated August 7th post
marked Antwerp. It is thought he is new
en the ocean en his way home.
The Misses Sinnickson, of Salem, N. J.,
are visiting at Fairview the residence of
Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Smith.
Mr. Charles Hiteshue has returned from
a visit of a couple of weeks te New Yerk
city, where he was under instructions m
Detail Ne. 4 of the Compeny II. rifle
teams shot at target en the property of
Henry Wisler yesterday afternoon. The
sheeting was net remarkably geed. One
Lull's eye was made at one hundred yards.
At this cvening'sjtnccting of the ladies'
committee, who will assist at the fair te be
held next month for the benefit of the
Citizens' band, the president will appoint
the several committees te whom the ar
rangements for the running of the fair
will be entrusted.
Mrs. F. A. Brink has just removed her
residence from Walnut street, below Third,
te Locust sticct, below Fifth.
A party of Columbia gunners tramped
the country about Mount Jey yesterday,
with little success.
The Our Beys hatcball club wcie te play
the Ironsides second nine at Lancaster
this afternoon. The rain "called" the
Mr. Ed. Eckert has just returned from a
visit of a couple of weeks in Reading and
Seme of our young ladies and genticmen
arc picnicking te-day en Greem's island.
They will piebably return with the ague.
An excursion train pulled from the
Reading & Columbia 1 ail read depot this
meining for Ceney Island and Brighten
Beach a few excursionists.
The big engine fiem Baldwin's shops
which left here en a return trial trip at
five o'clock yesterday morning "stuck"
en top of the Gap. The engine with
Medoc Ne. 0. lelt here again at about
nine o'clock this morning.
The Garfield and Arthur matching club
met last evening in the Odd Fellows' hall,
and effected a permanent organization. A
uniform will ba adopted at the next meet
ing. The club has sixty odd names en its
The picnic of the Heme Communion at
Hcisc's weeds, yesterday, is said te have
-been a pleasant affair. Te-day at the same
place the colored cornet band will held a
During the past and the present week
the Pennsylvania lnihead company have
been planting licw telegraph poles and
making connections with the same
from a point at the lower end of the east
yatdatthis place te Black's hotel. The
work is new about completed.
A picnic will be held te lay at Millway
park, en the line of the Reading & Cel
umbia railroad, miner lite management ui
Messrs. C. Cooper Hogenleglcr and Or
A little son of L. F. McCrackcu, aged
fenrycats, died last night of diphtheria.
Anether child is lying very low with the
Twe heiscs; belonging te Justus Gicy,
attached te a wagon in wltieh was leaded
a ten of coal, became scared at an engine
while en Frent street this morning, and
ran away. The heisss ran down Frent
street until Perry was reached, up which
they turned and continued en until the
wagon was wrecked. The horses wet c net
injured. Mr. Grey, the owner of the
team, is a farmer and resides about a mile
and a half back of Columbia.
Ycstcrdaj V Storm.
A very severe storm of wind passed ever
this place from the northeast ycstciday
afternoon, carrying with it such quantities
of dust that it was almost impossible te
sea through it. The window shutters en
many houses were closed with a bang and
iu several places clothes that had just been
washed and huug en the line te dry were
tern from their fastenings ami cm tied a
considerable distance without improving in
anyway the cleanliness of the articles. A
temporary scaffold, erected te held Jehn
P. Staman's tobacco, was blown down
without any further damage.
OUIt WATER SUPPLY.
Enough and te Sparc.
While Reading is suffering from a water
famine (although within the past eight
years $1."10,000 have been expended iu "im
proving" the water works), Lancaster is
blessed with an abundant supply. Beth
our reservoirs are full, the west basin
containing 1-1 feet 10 inches of water and
the cast basin 13 feet 5 inches the dif
ference in height being caused by the
higher bottom of the east basin. Tite cast
b isin, recently repaired haying been filled,
the two basins were ilewn te a common
level yesterday, and the city is new being
snpplied fremthc east basin, which is as
full as it can be made witheut'ringiug the
electric bell. The water is nevertheless a
few inches lower that it has been for some
weeks past during which time the
supply was from the western
basin, the walls of which arc
slightly above the level of the ether.
Tite Worthington pump worked admira
bly dining the titne the basin was being
filled, having been inn continuously for
one hundred and forty-five hours. There
is uet new the slightest danger of an over
flow, as, two inches above the point at
which the c led tic hell rings, is the over
flow pipe wltieh is itself eight inches be
low the top of the wall. A workman who
has had twenty years experience about the
water works says that iu all that time he
has never seen the step vault as dry as it
is new. This is evidence that the walls of
the basin are entirely water-tight.
A team of thrce horses belonging te
Jacob Zeek, who resides near Eden,
frightened at the cars at Walnut and
Prince streets te-d;iy. They turned
quickly and broke the tengue and
coupling pole of the wagon which was
leaded with manure. The wagon was als e
upset but the horses did net get away.
What Glen Managers en a Picnic.
The managestef What Glen park asso
ciation are te-day holding a picnic at their
grounds. They arc amply supplied with
beverages te "wet their whistles," and
thus counteract the effect of the wet
weather with which they are visited.
Second Ward Democrat
Aii important meeting of the Second
ward Hancock and English club, this
evening, is announced iu our " Political
Kicked V.y n HerM.
A. AV. Harnish, of West Willow, was
kicked this morning by a horse while in
his stable. He had an ugly cut above his
left eye and was bruised about the body.
Buvenly the genuine it you wenld.be cured.
PrefT G uilmctte's French K idncy Pad has been
used in France ferthcpiiNttcn years ter nil dis
eases of the kidneys.
A Happy Man at Lockport, N. Y.
E. C. Williamson, of this place, Is rejoicing
ever the recovery of ins wile, who lias been an
Invalid ler the past lour years. She has re
gained her strength, her complexion Is vastly
Improved, and shchas walked mere In the past
month and is stronger and better than she lias
been in years. He attributes these happy re
sults entirely te Day's Kidney Pah
Gentlemen extravagantly praise the Cutienra
Medicinal Shaving Senp.
Or high or low, or rich or peer.
Nene would foul teeth or breath endure,
If they but knew hew sure and swift
Was SOZODONT, that priceless gift,
In giving beauty, life and tone
Te every charm the mouth can own.
Feeble and exhausted constitutions restored
te health and strength by Malt Bitters.
The 2d of SEPTEMBER lathe 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 irem C p. m. te fl p. m.,
te perfect the list of voters.
All persons entitled te vote should personal
ly see that they are assessed as well as regis
tered.' Persons intending te be naturalized beterc
the 2d of OCTOBEK should also be assessed
and registered by the 2d of SEPTEMBER.
Committee en natnrallzatien : J. L. Steln
mctz. D. McMnllcn, B. F. Davis, Jehn A.
Ceylc, B. F. Montgomery. Persons desiring
te be naturalized can apply te any of these, or
te W. U.IIensel, at the IXTixiieEXEit office.
Hancock Veteran Association meets at Cen
tral Headquarter every Tuesday evening.
Conference committee meets en Wednesday
evening, August 25. Thereafter en every
second and feurtli Wednesday of the month.
Campaign committee meets regularly every
Hancock Legien meets every first and third
Monday of the month.
Sixth ward club meets regularly en Friday
evening; Amcricnscl ub en Thursday evening.
""" eceml Ward-Uanceck Club.
A meeting or the 2d ward Hancock and Em
lish club will be held this (Thursday) evening
at 8 o'clock In their room ever Sprengcr's
xnlnen, N'ertli Queen street. Don't fail te at
tend. Third Ward.
Third Ward Hancock club niccLs at central
headquarters, Friday evening, Aug. 27, at 8
o'clock. A full attendance is requested as ar
rangements will be made in regard te uni
forms. Attention, Ninth Ward Democrats !
Tin: regular staled meeting of the Uth ward
Hancock and English club will be held at their
club room ever Arneld Haas's saloon, North
Queen street, en Friday evening, August 27,
at 8 o'clock. A full attendance el every mem
ber is desired, as llnal action will be taken en
uniforms; also business relative te the picnic
en next Monday, August 3, will be brenght
be tote the club. Let there be a full turnout of
every member en Friday evening.
FOB PRESIDENT :
KX. WINFIELD S. HANCOCK,
FOR VICE PRESIDENT:
HON. WILLIAM H. ENGLISH,
Tin great principles of American lib
erty arc still the Icwfnl inheritance or
this people, and ever should be. The
right or trial by jury, the habeas corpus,
flic liberty or the press, the freedom or
speech, the natural rights or persons and
the rights r properly must be preserved.
WINFIELD S. HANCOCK,
Jlrtj. Ucii.Cemd'pDcpt. La. and Texas.
Statu Electoral Ticket.
U. E. MONAGIIAN,
W. 11. PLAY FORD.
K. A. PUK.
.1. M. CAMPBELL.
JOHN N, MOFFET.
JAMES G. McSPARRAN,
1)K. ALFRED .1. MARTIN
II. E. DAVIS.
GEORGE A. POST.
A. M. BENTON.
J. P. LINTON.
COL. JOHN S. MILLER.
.1. O. SAXTON.
i;. ni. BOW Kit.
J. A. J. BUCHANAN.
ROBERT M. GIBSON.
HARRY W. WILSON
.1. ROSS THOMPSON.
DEMOCRAT!!; STATU TICKET.
fop. surnEMK .IUIXIK.
G EORG E A. J ENKS.
FOR AUDITOR OKNEP.AL.
ROBERT P. DECHERT.
DUMOCKATIC COUNTY TICKET.
TOK DISTRICT ATTOKNKV.
KOR SENATOR (13tll DISTRICT.)
J. II. DOUGLASS.
rOR ASSEMBLY (21 DISTRICT.)
S. C. STEVENSON,
S. P. SHIRK.
FOR ASSEMBLY CM DISTRICT.
II. M. RRENEMAN.
It. DAVIS YUNDT,
J ACOB M. HAENLEN.
TOR VRISON INSPECTORS.
BARTON N. WINTERS
FOr rOOR DIRECTORS.
It U im)eiblc for a woman after a faithful
course of treatment with Lydla E. Plnkham'.s
Vegetable Compound te continue te stiller
with a weakness of the ntcru. Encle-ic a
stamp te Mri. Lydia E. Pinkham, 233 Western
avenue, Lynn, Mas., for pamphlets.
"Sellers' Liver Pills" arc workingniere real
geed in one year than all ether prepiictary
medicines. 2.c. per box.
Warm AVcatlier and Its KUects.
.Many people, especially ladies, complain at
this season of the year of a general" weakness
or '.ebillty. The use of Specr's Pert Grape
Wine prevents this. The wine is said te have
a nie-,t 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, Itis no patent
medicine or cordial humbug, but is a superior
wine of the Oporto grape. Itis pure, old, un
adulterated wine, nothing mere or less. Mr.
Spccr has been supplying hospitals with his
u iitc for many years past. It is said te be un
surpassed for Mimmer complaints, and for
weakly persons. The price is low ler se excel
lent a wine, and no family need be without it.
This wine is endorsed by Drs. Atlee and
DavN, and sold by II. E. Slaymakcr.
Try Lecher't. Renowned Cough Syrup.
statistics prove that twenty-nve percent
of the deaths in our larger cities arc caused by
consumption, and when we rcllect that this
terrible disease in its worst stage will yield te
a bottle of Leehcr's Renowned Cough Syrup,
shall we condemn the suTurcrs for their ncgll
gence, or pity them for their ignorance? Ne
Try Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup
Ne remedy for kidney diseases heretofore
discovered can be held for one moment iu com
parison with Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver
Cure. C. A. Ilercey, D. ., Washington, D. C
Try Lechei's Renowned Cough Syrup.
jlletlicrs! Mothers!! Mothers:!!
Are.yeulisturbed at night and broken el
your rest by a sick child suffering and crying
with the excruciating pain el cutting teeth?
It se, go at once and geta bottle of MRS. WINS.
LOW'S SOOlHING SYKUP. 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 ever used it, who wUl
netteil you at once that it will regulate the
bow eis, unit give rest te the mother, and relief
and health te the child, operating like mngle.
it is perfectly tale te use in all cases, and pleas
ant te the late, and is the prescription el one
et the eldest ami best female physicians and
nurecs in the United States. Sold everywhere
25 cents a bottle. Ill7-vyd&wM,WS
Among the many advantages gained by our enange 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 Bhert 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.
NEW YORK STORE.
Bleached and Unbleached Muslins and Sheetings at Greatly Reduced Prices.
LOOM DICE TABLE LINENS,
DAMASK TABLE LINENS,
TURKEY BED DAMASKS.
Towels in 50 Different Styles and Quantities, Table Cevers,
10,000 YDS. m DARK CALICOES AT 5 CTS. A YARD.
ELEGANT STYLES IN CALICOES, MOMIE CLOTHS AND PERCALES. NEW
FALL GINGHAMS. "Popular Goods at Popular Prices," is our motto.
Watt) Shand & Company,
S AMD 10 EAST KING STREET.
Mirrlcil Indies will Jiul in "Dr. I.imlscy'a
Weed Searcher" Ju.M ,-li;it they need. Try it.
Try Lecher's Kcnew iicil Cei:j;l Syrup.
".Veit'rt'a JirenehUil Treche" are used with
uilviintagc te alleviate Coughs Sere Threat,
Hoarseness and llreuehial AlVectlens. 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 ler nearly an entire
generation, they have attained well-incrited
rank among the iuwMaplu remedies of Iheage.
"Jireivii'x Jlrenchiul Troches"' act directly
en the organs efthe voice. They have an ex ex
tiuerdlnary clJVet in all disorders of theThreat
and Larynx, restoring a healthy tone w hen re
laxed, either Irein celli or ever-exertion of the
voice, and produce a clear and distinct enunci
ation. Speaker tuul Xinycra Hn& the Troches
A Cough, Celd, Catarrh 01 Sere Threat re
quires immediate attention, as neglect ollen ellen
tiniert results in some incurable Lung Disease.
lireicn's llrenchtul Treche." will almost in
variably give relief. Imitation- are ellcrcil ler
cale, many el which are injurious. The genu
ine "Jirewn's Jlrenchiul Troches" are sold
only in boxes. lanl.Vlyd&wTu,Th&S
Try Lecher's Kenewned Cough Syrup.
Doxevan. In Manheim borough, en theilih
inst., Itenjamin Donevan, aged M years.
The relatives and lriends of the tainlly are
respectfully in vited te attend hi funeral, from
his late residence, Manheini borough, en Fri
day morning at :J o'clock. 2td
Oreiukiis' uv tiTk iancastek
County Mutual J.lc Mteck Insurance
Netice Is hei cbv given that Hcrr & Staufler,
Xe a North Duke street, are the legally au
thorized agents te transact business ler this
company in Lancaster city vicinity.
SAMUKL W. SHIRK,
CTO WKST, FOR THE WEST COFFEES
t Sugars and Teas, Ilest Cigars and Tobac
cos, Best Wines and Liquors, Ask ler
Oakdale Pure Old Bye Whisky.
95 per cent. JAlcohel. Invigorating Tonic and
the Hair Liquid. All at
Ne. 205 WEST KING STREET.
NOTICE TO JURORS.
All jurors drawn for 1 lie weeks commenc
ing MONDAY. SKl'TKMISKlt , ISfcO, and
MONDAY, SKl'TKMItKlt 13, 1KSO, are hereby
notified net te attend, as the ceses set down
for trial for these weeks have been continued,
lly order of the court.
Siiuun'F'n Office, Lancaster, l'a., Aug. S1.18S)
PUIJLIC SALE OF VA1A7AKLK CITY
lMIOI'KKTY. On SATURDAY. SEl'TEM
1SER Si, 1SS0, the undersigned executer efthe
will of Killian Heck, deceased, will offer at
public sale at the Columbia Harden hotel.
Seuth Queen stiver, Lancaster city, l'a., the
follewiug described real estate of said de
ceased, te wit:
All that certain one-sterv and attic rranie
DWELLING HOUSE with Frame Kitchen at
tached, Frame Darn with Wagen Sheil attach
ed. Heg Sly and ether outbuildings. Well of
water with pump therein, fruit trees' and ether
improvements, ancl4 ACRES and SCPERCIIKS
of land, mere or less, theretobelenging, situati
on the south side of Leve lane, in said city of
Lancaster, adjoining Leve lane and property
of Christian Boe- and ethers.
Sale te commence at 7 o'clock p m. en said
day, when attendance will be given and terms
made known by
Jacob Ucibakee, Auct. augiK-TIi&Mlsd
Monday, Aug. 30, 1980.
MR. JOHN D. MISHLER has the pleasure f
presenting the tar-famed artists,
havingjust returned te America after a six
years' tour around the world, who will appear
In the great 1'arisian succei, the great comedy
Supported by A GOOD COMPANY.
Prices, 35, CO and 75 Cent.
Diagram at Tcckcr's box efllcc. aSVItd
ESTATE OF DANIEt IVIKEK, LATK OF
Strasburg township, Lancaster comity,
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 le the
undersigned without delav, residing in Stras
burg township. SAMUEL II. W IKER,
ESTATE OF JOSEL'U AND MARIA
Wcnger, late of Upper Leacock township,
deceased. The undersigned Auditor, appoint
ed te pass upon exceptions Hied totheacceunt
of Jehn Wengcr, guardian of Emma Louisa
Wcnger, a miner child of said decedents, will
sit for that purpose en WEDNESDAY, AUG.
2'i, 18$), at 10 o'clock a. in.. In the Library Roem
et the Court Heuse. In the city of Lancaster,
where all persons interested may attend.
INSTATE OF DANIEL 1.EFEVER
2i (Farmer), late or Drumore township, de
ceased. Letters testamentary en said estate
having been granted te the undersigned, all
persons indebted thereto arc requested te
make immediate settlement, and these having
claims or demands against the same will pre
sent them without delay ler settlement te the
C. M. IIKSS, of Drumore Twp.,
DANIEL D HESS, of Eden Twp.,
T. E. Eraskmx. Executers.
Waiteu M. Franklin, Atty'ss. aug-Mitw
ULTON Of ERA HOUSE.
FRIDAY EVEXlXd, AVC. 27, 1SW.
Yeu have seen Imitators new s-co the great
Mrs. G. O. Heward,
in her new version of Mr. Harriet Reedier
Stewe's immortal work,
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN,
together with the cclcbrrtcd troupe of Virginia
Real colored people, Men, Women and Chil
dren, will appear in the grand, realistic PLAN
TATION anil COTTON-PICKING SCENES
The characters In the drama will bepertraved
by a CAREFULLY SELECTED DRAMATIC
Admission, 25, 35, and AO Cents.
RESERVED SEATS, SO CENTS, te be had at
the Opera Heuse Otlice. ail- ltd
Ne. laS North Queen street for the Cheapest
and Ilest HOOTS AND SHOES.
105 Sign of Iho IJhr Shee. 105
100 Tens et Rags Wanted,
Fer which the highest price will be paid.
2j CENTS PER POUND FOR GOOD
i The highest price paid ler Woolens, Old
Paper, Heeks, Ac. Ten Rag Assertcrs wanted
te whom the highest price will be paid.
JOHN A. SHOBER, 1
Cor. North Queen nnd Orange Streets,
yiMtdR Lancaster, l'a
LADIES AND GENTS
Ii you want a
GOOD PITTING BOOT OR SHOE,
1 Ready-made or made te order, call at
j P. HEBMENZ'S,
Ne. 105 North Queen Street.
Custom Werk a Specialty.
rH THE TEACHERS AND PUPILS OF
JL the public schoeN. The lollewing notice
R.K.IlUEiinLE, Esq., City Supt. Lancaster, Pa.
Dkak Sue under the new rule adopted by
the Heard of Directors August 1!. the common
schools efthe city of Lancaster will be opened
Wednesday, the iirstday of September, next.
Yeu will please te cause notice of the same te
be duly given.
I'y order et Siipciinteniling Committee.
DAN. G. 11AKER,
The undersigned desires te meetthc teachers
for consultation previous te the opening of
the schools athls etllcc, as follews:
Primary Grades August 30 at 9 a.m.
Secondary Grades August 31 at 0 a. 111.
R. K. UUEIIRLE,
augil ltd Supcrintennant.
Twenly-Hcvcnth Annual Exhibition
WILL RE HELP 13
MAIN CENTENNIAL BUILDING,
FAIRM0UNT PARK, PHILAD'A.
SEPTEMBER 6 te 18.
Entries anil Competition Free !
SHEEP, WOOL AND WOOL PRODUCTS.
SEPTEMBER 20 te 25, 1880.
Entry Heeks will close at the Ofllcc, North
west corner of Tenth and Chestnut streets,
August 31, 1880.
$40,000 IN PREMIUMS.
CASH PR1ZKS FOR LIVE STOCK, 334,315.
Excursion Tickets at Greatly Reduced Rates.
Liberal Arrangements for Transportation.
D. W. SEILER,
WILLIAM S. 1IISSELL,
ENGINES AND MACHINERY
Ol all Kinds, repaired at Short Netice.
IRON AND BRASS
CASTINGS AND PATTERNS,
MADE TO ORDER.
Of all Sizes. All Kinds of
I5RASS AND IKON VALVES
AND BEER Sl'IUOTS REPAIRED
Ctf Foundry and Machine Shep rear of W
D. Sprecher & Sen's Seed Stere, lirantnnil
JOS. H. HUBER.
UMIJKK AND COAL Bl' TELEPHONE
The undersigned are new prepared te re
ceive orders for
Ceal, Lumber, Sash, Deers,
Blinds, &c., n
by Telephone. Step in at the Exchange ana
tin your own ordering free of charge.
G. SENER & SONS,
S. E Cor. Prince and Walnut Streets.
THURSDAY EVENING, AUG. 26,1880.
POLITICAL AND PRACTICAL
VARIOUS STEWS FROM VARIOUS
Iowa Republican State Conveatlen.
Shocking Murder in Ohie.
The xedus Frent Ocean Grave.
Maps and Mishaps by Wire.
They Resolve te Support UarHeld.
Des Moines, Aug. 2C In the Iowa Re-
pablican state convention last night .reso
lutions were adopted congratulating the
people en the results of Republican ad"
ministration in national and state affairs ;
declaring iu favor of the maintenance of
the national election laws, and congres
sional regulation of inter-state commerce
by the prevention of unjust discrimination
in the transportation of freight and pas
senger; favoring federal legislation te stamp
out plctire pneumonia among cattle ; re
affirming the principals of federal policy
as declared by the Republican party, and
endorsing the Chicago platform and nomi
nees, and pledging Garfield and Arthur
the hearty support of the state.
Nominated for Congress.
San Francisce, Aug. 2C.-The Greenback
wing of the Werkingmen's party last even
ing nominated Assemblyman Stephen J.
Maybill for Congress from Third district.
MEMrms, Aug. 26. The Democrats of
the First Arkansas district have nominated
Peindextcr Dunn forCengres.
St. Leuis, Aug. 2G. The Grcenbackers
of the Twelfth Missouri district have nom
inated Dr. J. C. Hebcrling for Congress,
and the Democrats of the Fourth district
have nominated L. II. Davis. The Re
publican committee of the Ninth district
have declared it inexpedient te put a Re
publican candidate in the Held. This is
regarding as a virtual endorsement of
Ferd, the Greenback candidate and mem
ber of the last Heuse.
The Ilrutal Murder of a Weitan in Ohie.
Cincinnati. Aug. 20. The dead body
of an unknown woman, horribly beaten,
and bruised, was found yesterday in a
secluded ravine two miles north of Sidney,
Ohie. It could net be identified. A post
mortem examination revealed the fact
that the woman would probably
have been delivered of twins.
William. Curtis, a canal boatman,
was arrested en suspicion, it being thought
that the deceased was a cook in his canal
beat. The place of murder showed signs
of a fierce struggle. The woman's cloth
ing was tern and scattered about.
Mexican Murderers Arrested.
Was:hnoten, D. C, Aug. 2. The
state department is in receipt of official ad
vices from the city of Mexico te the effect
that eighteen of the rioters who partici
pated in the murder of the three Ameri
can miners in the state of Slicheachan last
March, have been arrested. The supreme
tribunal of the state has directed the judge
net te wait for the arrest of the remainder
of the accused, but te proceed with the
trial of these already in hand.
SWEPT 111 A TEMPEST.
The Island of Jamaica Dcveastatetl.
Kingsten, Jamaica, Aug. 19, via Havana.
A disastrous hurricane passed ever
this island last night. Thousands of peo
ple arc houseless ; crops, fruit trees and
farm'preducc generally were destroyed,
and buildings demolished.
The barracks in this city were destroyed.
Three wharves arc gene and eight large
and thirty-two small vessels are wrecked
in in the harbor. Famine is immense and
help is required for the starving thousands.
Knd or Ocean Greve Ciunpmeetlng Return
Ocean Greve, N. J., August 26. The
annual campmccting efthe Ocean Greve
association came te a close this morning
Nearly 10,000 peeple took part in the
closing exercises. Twe-thirds of the peo
ple here arc preparing te return home and
the railroads can scarcely accommodate
Drowned by tlie Capslxlng of n Yacht.
New Yerk-, Aug. 20. The yacht Delly
capsized off Rockaway during a squall
last evening. Capt. Barker is missing.and
it is knew that the mate was drowned.
The remainder of party, six in number,
clung te the keel of the yacht and were
Heuse, Stables nnd Live Stock Hurned.
Bosten, Aug. 20. The house of Asa
Derby and stables of A A. Jenkins, with
several horses and carriages at Harvard
Mass., were burned last night. Less
Washinoten, D. C, Aug. 2C Fer the
Middle Atlantic states, partly cloudy
weather, occasional rains, north te cast
winds, stationary or rising followed by
falling barometer, stationary or lower
Londen, Aug. 20. The cotton operators
at Rochdale, after a strike lasting six
weeks, have submitted te five percent,
reduction en their wages.
$30,000 Fire In New Yerk.
New Yerk, Aug. 26. The building 143
and 147 Mulberry street, occupied by a
number of small firms, was gutted by fire
this morning ; less, $30,000.
Sakatoea, August 2G. First race wen
by Ilermit, Midgcly second. Second race
wen by Lavacca Clyde, Hampton second
in first heat, and Jericho second in Eccend
heat. Third racej Redman first, Suawnee
second. Fourth race Brambalctia first,
Florence B. second.
Typaeld Epidemic la KvmasvUIe, lad.
Washington, Aug. 26. The marine
hospital bureau announce that typhe,
malarial and typhoid fevers have been de
clared epidemic at Evansville, Ind.
Hew Yerk Market.
Nbw Yemt, Aug. 28. Fleur State and West
ern dull, buyers favor superfine state at $330
0400; extra de at 13 759423: choice, de..
$4 30(34 73; fancy de.. 4806 U); round
hoop Ohie 94 10Q5 00; choice de 9310
66 00; superfine western $3i4 00: common
te geed extra de n 730423; choice de de
$4 3006 25 ; choice white wheat de 4 2394 63;
Southern dnill and, weak; common te
fair extra $4 7303 30; geed te choice de
13 0006 75.
Wheat dull without important change;
Xe. 1 White. October, I OSe ; Ne. 2 Red
Aug10SK61 ?;; de September, $1 esjic ;
Cern a shade lower, buiet; Mixed wester wester
snet. 50fi51c : de future. 51?253c.
Oats heavy lower; Sate, at 3S43e.: West
ern, at 3742c.
Philadelphia, August a:. Fleur Winters
steady. Spring weak ; superfine $2 S03; extra
435004 ; Ohie and Indiana family 932505 73 ;
Penn'a family de 9505 25: St. Leuis family at
95 5006 00 ; Minnesota family 93 250C 0t ; patent
and high grades 16 5008 00.
Uye Heur at 94 SO.
Wheat quiet : Ne. 2 Western Red 91 WQl lH ;
Penn'a Kedll 07: Amber 91 07e.
Cern easier and sides Iiicucumm! en local
supply; steamer 02c: yellow 3-ge:ie; mixed
Oats firm with geed demand ; Ne. 1. White
42c;No.2,deIO04Ic;No.3, de 3;03:c; Ne. 2,
Kye scarce anil wanted at
Previsions market less active: mess
perk 916 10016 50; beef hams 421 5022 50;
Indian m.s beet at $16 00 ; bacon smoked
shoulders 7c; salt de 606Uc; smoked hams
11013c; pickled hum 104Ulle.
Lard quiet; city kettle at 3:; loose
butchers 8c ; prime steam S-c.
Butter market and prices steady : Creamery
extra 23c ; Creamery geed te choice -1
21c; Ilrudferd county and New Yerk extra.
22023c ; Western reserve extra 16017c ; de geed
te choice 13015c; ICoIIseu'et; Penn'a extra
13016; Western reserve extra 1.10 US?.
Eggs csler; i'cnn'u nt IS.01Oe; Western
Cheese tinner : New Yerk full cream 122i
13c; Western full cream llc: de fair te
geed lO0llc: tle hair skims O0iee.
Petroleum tirui ; relincd Ulit.
Whisky 91 13.
Seeds Geed te prime Clever firm at 93 23
0900; Timethy 11 mi lit 92 602 70: Flaxseed
PiiiLADBLrnt.t. Aug. '-;.
1230 r. x. .T r. m.
Pennv 6's (third Issuu) ind
Philadelphia Jt Erie 15I.V-I
Heading 11011, ....
Pennsylvania 5:4i5.- -
Lehigh Valley. Mli&Xi.u
United Ces. et N.J ifa
Northern Pacific 3O03OU
Northern Central SSfcami
Lehigh Navigation 31031j
Norristown .............. ....Wl
Central Transportation Ce. I!50
Pitts., Titusvlile ft Bnirale. 12M0l2i
Little Schuylkill 470D4
NXW Ie:iK. Aug. 26.
N. Y. Central 130
r.rlc......... .................. ""vn
Adams Express 115
Michigan Central U.'4
Michigan Southern 107
Illinois Central.... 112
Cleveland ft Pittsburgh.. ..121
Chicago ft Keck Island 114,'4'oll"cred.
Pittsburgh ft Fert Wayne..l25
Western Union Tel. Ce 10BJ
Teledo ft Wabash Su
New Jersey Central i')i
Ontario Western 25-S
United States Bend an:l Sterling Ktcli:tii
(Quotations by B. K. Jamisen ft Ce., S. Y.
Cor. 3d and Chestnut Streets).
PniLADKLVUIA. Aug. 26.
United States 6's, 1881, (registered). . 1010 10t-'4
United States 5's, 1881, (registcrcil)..lO2-01O2;)i
United States 44's, 18U1, (regl8tercd)ll(011O3(;
United SUitcs 4J?s,189I,(coupens).. .11140111
United States 4's, 1007. (regLsten-d)..109jJ110
United States Currency6'8....12T,12fi,127,12S012:
Sterling Exchange 482 0481
Brandy as a Medicine.
The lollewing article was voluntarily sent te
Mr. II. K. Slaymakcr, Agent for lCclgurlV Old
Wine Stere, by a prominent practising physi
cian et this county, who has extensively 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 as a beverage, but te In;
used as a medicincef great potency In the euro
of some of the destructive diseases which
sweep away their annual thousands of v ictluis.
With a purely philanthropic motive we pre
sent te the favorable notice et Invalids espe
cially these afflicted with that miserable dis
ease Dyspepsia, a specific remedy, which It
nothing mere or less than
The aged, with Iceble appetite and mere or
less debility, will find this simple medicine,
when used properly,
A Sovereign Remedy
or all their Ills and aches. Be It, however
strictly understood that we prescribe and use
but one article, and that Is
REIGAlTrS OLD BRANDY,
Sold by our enterprising young friend, II E
SLAYMAKEK. This Brandy has steed the
test for years, nnd has never failed, as far
as our experience extends, und wc therefore
givoittheprclerenceeverall ether Brandies,
nemattcr with hew many jaw-breaking Frencli
titles they arc branded. One-fourth of the
money that is yearly thrown away en various
Impotent dyspepsia specifics would suillce te
buy all the Brandy te cure any such case or
cases. In proer of the curative powers et
Reigart's Old Brandy,
In rases et Dyspepsia, we can summon num
bers of witnesses one case in particular we
A hard-working tanner had been aililctcd
with an exhaustive Dyspepsia ler a number of
years; his stomach would reject utmost evciy
kind of feed; he had sour eructatiens con
stantly ueuppetitc in fuct, he was obliged te
restrict his diet te crackers and stale bread,
ami as a beverage he nscd McUrann's Beet
Beer, lie is a Methodist, and then, as new,
S reached at times, and in his discourses often
(.-claimed earnestly agalnstall kinds of strong
drink. When adviscif te try
Reigart's Old Brandy,
In his case, lie looked up with astonishment,
but after hearing of Its wonderful effects in
the cases of some of his near acquaintances, he
ut last consented te fellow our advice. lie
used the Brandy faithfully and steadily; the
first bottle giving him an appetite, and before
the second was taken he was a sound man. with
a stomach capable of dlgestinganything which
hclchesc te eat. lie still keeps It and uses a lit
tle occasionally; and since lie has this medi
cine he lias been of very little pecuniary bene
fit te the doctor. A Practibike Phtbiciajt.
H. . SLAYMAKER,
Reigart's Old Wine Stere,
Established In 1783,
IXPORTKB AMD DEALXB IS
FINE OLD BRANDIES, SIIEKKIES, SUPE
RIOR OLD MADEIRA, (Imported in 1818,
1827 nnd 1828.) CHAMPAGNES O
EVERY BRAND, SCOTCH ALE
PORTER, BROWN STOUT.
Ne. 2D EAST KINO ST.. X.ANCASTKK. PA
WANTED .EVERYBODY TO ADVEK
tlsc, free of charge, In the Intklliokn Intklliekn
xa. who weuta something te de.
PUBLIC SALE OF VALUAUL.K KKAL
ESTATE. On SATURDAY EVENING,
at 7 o'clock, SEPTEMBER 18, 1880, at the Key
stone Hetel, North Queen street, in the city of
Lancaster, will be sold In pursuance efthe di
rections of the will of Jeseph Peel, deceased,
the following real estate, viz :
Ne. 1. All that certain liali-lnt or piece of
ground situate en the wcstsldcer North Queen
street, in said city, containing In front :i2 teet
4 Inches, und in depth 243 lect te a 14 feet
wide alley; bounded en the north by ground
of Jehn Rese and en the south by ground et
Richard Mctirunn, en which a Onc-Sterv
Framc Dwelling Heuse is erected en North
Queen Street, and another One-Story Frame
Dwelling situate en the said fourteen teet
Ne. 2. All that ccrtnin One-Story Brick
Dwelling Heuse and half-!et, or piece of
ground, situate en the south side et East
Chestnut Street, in suld city, containing in
front 32 teet ?i Inches, and in depth 213 feet te
a 14 feet wide alley, bounded en the east bv
groundef D. B. I les tetter and en the we-t bv
Wllliam Hcnscl. Possession and title oil
April 3, 1881. DAVID I1ARTM AN.
H. Sbcbkbt, Auc. aug 20-Tt'-UjO.