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LAffdASTEBlDAILY 1KTEIX1GENCER. TUESDAY AUGUST 31 1880.
OCK KEGULAR CORRESPONDENCE.
Meeting ur the Soreagh Council and Sclioel
Beard imtrewlng Railroad Accident
A special meeting of council -was held
lust evening -with the members all present
except Mr. Kistler, te consider the qucs qucs qucs
tionjef renewing the fire insurance policies
expiring tlie coming month. It was or
dered that all the policies new held, expir
ing in September, with the exception of
the Surgan, be renewed, and by the recom
mendation of the property committee,
policies with the following amounts are
taken out : It appears that the reselu
tien te drop the burgan poliey was recon
sidered as it has been renewed with the
A I rfuti
Commercial Union of l.ouilen
Royal of Liverpool
Londen. Liverpool ami Glebe.
Fire Association of Philadelphia
Londen uud Lancashire (England)..
It was ordered that a policy for $800 be
taken from the Fire association, of Phila
delphia, te cover property valued at $1,030
net yet insured. The property committee
reported having leased the store-room in
the opera house en Seuth Third street te
Jeseph Yingcr at the rate of 150 per an
num for seven months, heat included.
Council sanctioned the committee's works.
The finance committee having been a.ith
rizcd by council te act in the case of the
Lycoming (Mutual) lire insurance assess
ments, asked for an order covering the
amount assessed and also for the asses."
ment of the Lebanon Mutual fire insur
ance company amount $15. The order
was granted and the meeting adjourned.
A special meeting of the school beard
was held last evening in the oflice of the
president, J. A. Meyers. The members
were all present with the exception of
Messrs. Wike and Seurbcer. President
3Icycrs fitatcd that the meeting had been
called te consider the adoption of some
text books and the approval of the tax
collector's seeui iiy. The text book com cem
m it tee havinjr iccemmcndcd the adoption
of Barnes's United States history te take
the place of Rcdpath's, new in use, and
Hutchinson's physiology, it was decided
that the beard d; new adept Barnes's his
tory and Ilutchiiiseu's physiology te be
used in our schools.
The finance committee leperted that
Themas B. Dunbar, lax collector elect for
18S0, offered the names of Isaac Yerkcs,
i' S. Bletz and James Ciewthcrassecnrity
for the collection of duplicate of 18S0.
Tiie security above presented was ap
proved by the beard and the secretary was
instructed te draw up a bend, the amount
of the bend te be 43,000. Adjourned.
At about three o'clock this morning the
train of empty cars brought here from
Philadelphia by engine Ne. 25 was diop diep
ped into one of the sidings at the cast end.
The train struck the lear end of another
train en the siding with force sufficient te
drive It forward. The second train ran
devu the track and struck another train
going down the main track "sideways.'
Five ears were wrecked.
tort a Leg.
Shortly after one o'clock yesterday after
noon a colored boy named Caleb Handle?,
r.ged about twelve years, in attempting te
cress a moving freight car drawn by shift
ing engine Ne. JJ04, fell te the track at the
street crossing of the Pennsylvania rail rail
lead near II. F. Bruncr's coal yard, the car
wheel passing ever the left leg below the
kuec and rendering imipuUitien necessary,
which operation was pcrfeuncd by Dr.
Alex. Craig, the railroad company's phys
ician at this place.
Mr. S. B. McCerkle returned last even
ing from a visit of about ten days te
Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia.
Miss llattiu Reese left here this morn
ing, in company with herbielltcr-in-law,
Mr. B. G. Galbraith, of Wrightsvi'le, en a
visit te Philadelphia.
Mr. Will Rccse and sister, of Pitts
burgh, Pa., are visiting in Columbia, the
guests of Miss Annie and Mr. Jes. Fend
rich. Mr. Jeseph Yingcr, late of Harrisburg,
will occupy the vacant store room en Third
street aide of the opera house, as a sewing
Paul Mc.Mann, baggage master at the
Pennsylvania railroad depot, is confined te
his residence with fever and ague. Geerge
Masen, of the freight depot, runs the bag
Miss Georgie Bennett, the well-known
soprano of the choir of the M. E. church,
is Ijing very seriously ill at her residence.
A ''tobacco moth" was killed in A. D.
Reese's billiard hall last evening. It was
about the size of a humming bird.
Te-day premises te be as disagreeably
inclement as was yesterday, the inclem
ency consisting in a diizzle with no "let
up " te it. However it is doing the tobac
co yet uncut any amount of geed and is
welcome for what it is worth by the farm
Columbians who take kindly te baseball
aie irfectly satisfied te have the Ironsides
of Lancaster and the Harrisburg champ
ions play the championship game here.
Mr. Al. C. Thompson disposed of a let of
household goods at auction at his residence
Fifth street near Locust, this morning.
Household (reeds were also sold at auction
en Walnut street below Third yesterday
Captain Frank Magcc, commander of
the Wrightsville guards, was in town to
day. CORONER': INQUEST-
Investigating the Death f Jehn K. Fran
ciseus. Yesterday afternoon Corener Mishlcr
empaneled a jury te held an inquest en
the remains of Jehn E. Franciseus, whose
sudden death while chloroform was being
administered te him by Dr, Waircn was
noted in yesterday's Intellieexcbr. Fol
lowing arc the names of the jurors : Jehn
OcIif, C. E. Eichman, Edw. Plitt, Abram
Miller, jr., Neah Rciuc and Edwin Book Beok Boek
mycr. The jury viowed the remains, and
the testimony of the father and mother
was taken relative te the health of deceas
ed for some prier te his death, but noth
ing further was elicited than was publish
ed in the IsTELiaaKxcEB yesterday. Dr.
Win. Cem p ten, the coroner's physician,
was examined as te the effect of chlo
roform en one suffering from heart dis
ease. He testified in substance that
a person affected seriously with heart dis
ease was liable te drop dead almost in
stantly from great excitement fright, an
ger, or ether strong emotion. The admin
istration of chloroform te a person suffering
from heart disease was regarded as dan
gerous and should only be administered
with the greatest caution.
Dr. Warren who administered the chle
reform te Mr. Franciseus, and Mr. Bech
told, the druggist who assisted, were called
but as they did net appear, the inquest was
postponed until this afternoon at half-past
The jury reassembled at the coroner's
office at the hour above named. Dr. War
ren was net present.
The coroner stated that he had called
several times at Dr. Warren's office
te notify him te appear before the jury,
but that lie had been unable te see him.
He had also scut a subpoena by a constable
demanding his attendance, but the officer
had also failed te see him.
Thes B. Bcchteld, the druggest, who
had assisted in the administration of the
chloroform, was sworn, ami testified that
Dr. Warren purchased from him a two
ounce vial of chloroform and asked him te
accompany him te Frauciscus's te assist
him. Witness went along with the doctor
ana lennu Air. franciseus m Ins room in
geed spirits, and he said he wn
se tired waiting for the doctor that he
was just about dressing himself and going
down stairs. The chloroform was then
administered, a portion of it being dropped
upon a sponge and the sponge placed in a
paper cone that was held ever the patient's
face. In a minute or two the doctor said
he had enough, and the spenge was
removed from his face. The patient
suddenly stepped breathing just as
I the doctor was about commencing the
surgical operation. In a minute or two
mere the doctor said he was dead. Wit
ness was greatly shocked, and thinking he
might net be dead ran te bis drugstore just
rcress the street and get a bottle of am
monia, which was applied te his nostrils,
but without effect, as ha was dead. At
witness' suggestion Dr. Warren and he at
once dreve up te the corenei's and notified
him of Mr. Frauciscus's death. Dr. Warren
told the coroner that the inquest ought te be
held, but en reaching the house of Mr.
Franciseus he objected te having an in
quest held, and said there was no use in it.
Witness docs net think enough chloroform
was administered te cause death. He
produced the bottle from which only a
few thimbles-full had been taken, and said
that that was all that was put upon the
sponge. Witness believes Dr. Wanen
was quite sober at the time the chloroform
was administered. He took three dilnks
of liquor aftcrwaids, one or two of them
before they went for the corenci. Don't
think the doctor was under the inllucnce of
liquor when he went for the coroner, but
was intoxicated when lie accompanied the
coroner te Franciscus's ; this was about 2
o'clock, half au hour after Frauciscus's
death. The auiesthetie used was solid
chloroform, unmixed with ether. There
was no truth in the street lepruts that Dr.
Warren said he administered the chloro
form te est i act a teeth, or fi-r a pain in
Dr. Conipteu. the coroner's physician,
said it seemed clear te him that death re
sulted from heai t disease; that the chlo
roform had suddenly stepped the action of
the heart and death was almost instant.
He mentioned a case that happened in
Yerk, where a young gii I had died instant
ly under the itiliucnce of chloroform while
having a teeth nulled. Hr. Fran-
cisus was a full-blooded maa, a geed liver,
and no doubt took his beer occasionally.
Beer Is apt te induce heart disease, and it
is a wonder mere beer drinker don't die
After a conversation among the jureis
and the coroner, in which it was agreed
that Dr. Warren nni-.t appear and testify,
the inquest adjourned te meet at half past
one o'clock te-morrow afternoon, unle.-s
the coroner calls thorn together at an ear
Events Acress the County Llucs.
The funeral of the late Valentine Ilum
hkI, at Harrisburg, yesterday, was one of
the largest that has occurred in that city
Forty-two Kiewa, Comanche, Arapahoe
and Cheyenne children are expected this
week at tltc training school at Cat lisle.
Prof. D. S. Burns, formerly superin
tendent of publie schools in Harrisburg, is
lying seriously ill at the hospital in Chi
cago. The lightning of Sunday night melted
the wire magnet of the telephone at the
Harrisburg car mauufactery.
Annie, daughter of ex-county treasurer
Early, while sitting in the doorway of her
father's rosldenco at Harrisburg, Monday
evening, was se severely stunned by light
mug that her life was despaired of. She
U new improving.
A number of Hart isburg merchant have
been fined $4 each and costs for violating a
city ordinance by leaving ctore boxes en
sidewalks in front of their rtepectivc places
Sale of Horses.
Samuel Hess and Sen, auctioneers, sold
at public sale yesterday at the Merrimae
heuse, Lancaster Pa., ler Daniel Legan 82
head of Ohie horses at an areiage of $170.
5Q per head. They wheie all struck down
in the short space of three hours.
Harry J. lluber, barber at Ne. SO East
King street, left for Canten, Ohie, at 11
o'cleek te-day. He will engage in busimess
at that place, and his brother William, William, William,
fomerly in Lillers shop, will carry en the
business at his old stand.
Staking off n Ilrulgc.
The county commissioners went te-day
te stake off" the new inter-ceunty bridge
which will be built by Briuten Carter, at
Mciccr's Fording, Salisbury township.
Disease peculiar te females speedily curcA
without the Inking et mtuseus medicines by
the new ami wendcrlul remedy. Prof. Cull
mctc's French Kidney Pud.
Shaving becomes an Indispensable. hiuiy
Tith Culicur.i Shaving Seap.
The Three Uraeas.
are represented with perfectly developed
lernis beauty and uenllli combined. Xe do-cnyed-tenthed
intin or woman cnu be healthy,
because digestion must be Impcrtcct. Use
SOZODONT, get healthy teeth, geed digestion
and a sound body. Revive the three Graces.
Xerveiu, ftleeplesB and overworked find rest
and nourishment in Mult Bitters.
FOR PRESIDENT :
WINFIELD S. HANjTOUi,
FOR VICE PRESIDENT :
WILLTAM H. ENGLISH,
The great principles or American lib
erty are xtlil Ike ltwful lulicrlt&uee of
this people, uud ever should be. The
right or trial by jury, tlie lubeus ctrpus,
the liberty of tke press, the freedom of
speech, the natural rights of persons uud
the rights f property must be preserved.
WINrlhLI) H. HANCOCK,
Maj. lien. Ceind'fr Dept. Ln. nmt 'IVxns.
R. E. MOXAU1IAX,
W. 11. PLAY FORD.
E. A. PUE.
JOHN X, MOVFKT.
NATHAN C. JAMES.
JAMES U. MuSPARUAX,
DR. ALI'RVD .1. MAUDS
11. E. DAVIS.
OEORGE A. POST.
A. M. BEXTOX.l
.1. P. LINTON.
COL. JOHX S. MILLER.
J. O. SAXTON..
J. A. J. BUCHANAN.
ROBERT 11. UlltSON.
HARRY W. WILSON
J. ROSS THOMPSON.
DEMOCRATIC WATS TICKET.
FOB Burcuun JUDO.
FOR AUDITOK 61UHU.L.
ROBERT P. DECHERT.
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TK'KKT.
J. L. STE1NMETZ.
FOR DISTKICT ATTOKMZV.
FOR8KXATOR (13tll I)fcT!UCT.)
J. B. DOUGLASS.
reB ASSZVBLT (3d DlSTBltT.;
H. M. BRENEMAX.
K. DAVIS YUXDT,
JACOB M. HAEXLEX.
fob piuses ncsrzcTORs.
BARTON X. WINTERS
FOB POOR DIRECTORS.
A. J. SNYDER,
ELIXG. SXYDEB, of the Ninth ward, wil
ba a candidate for the Democratic nomination
te the Legislature from Lancaster City. Sub
ject te Dcmoeratio ruled. tp
Tlicfcl of SEPTEMBER Is the last day for
registration and, assessment,
The assessor of each district is required te
be at the election house en WKDNH5DAY and
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1st and 2d, from
10 a. in. te 8 p. m and from 6 p. m. te 9 p. in.,
te perfect the list of voters.
All persona entitled te vote should personal
ly sect hat they are ussc&sed as well as regis
tered.; Persons intending te be naturalized beterc
the 2.1 of OCTOBER should also be assessed
and registered by the 2d or SEPTEMBER.
Committee en nalurulizat'en : J. L. Steln
metz, D. McMulleu, B. F. Davis, Jehn A.
Ceyle, B. F. Montgomery. flcrsen desiring
te be naturalized can applv te any of these, ot et ot
eo W. V. Hunscl, at the I.ttklliebxcer elliee.
Hancock Veteran Association meets at Cen
tral Headquarter every Tuesday evening.
Conference, committee meets en every sec
ond and fourth Wednesday of the month.
Canipaigu committee meets regularly every
Hancock Legien meets every lirst and third
Monday of the mouth.
There will be a general uuus meeting of the
City Democracy and lighting up of the Central
Headquarters transparency, in the southeast
angle of Centre Square, en FRIDAY EVEX
IlfO, SEPT. 3. The ward clubs will meet nt
their respective headquarters and march
thorutreiu te J the Central Headquarters at
7:13; p. m., sharp. There will be speaking.
A regular meeting of the Hancock Veteran
a.-",eclutlen will be held en TUESDAY EVEX
1XO, lit 8 o'clock. Four cempunics will be
fjriued and thts attendance of every member
Id requested, as company efllcers will be. oleet eleet oleet
el. Third Ward.
The Hancock and Kngllih club et the Third
ward will meet en TC ESI) AY E VEXIXO, 31st
Inst., at o'cleek, at the Central club rooms.
Jt'inal notion will be taken in regard te uni
larms. A full attandance et the block eommit eemmit
tue Is requested. 2td
The fourth ward club will meet en Tuesday
cveiilug, August 31, at Uethwuiler'x hall ats
o'cleek. A full attendance U desired.
The Yeung Men's Hancock and English club
et the Seventh ward will meetat Utzmger's a.i a.i a.i
loen. Middle btreet, en TUESDAY EYEXIXtJ,
at o'clock. A punctual attendance et the
members is requested. The plcnle will be held
at Urceu Cottage ou Monday. Sept. (J.
Akpeelal meeting or the Ninth ward Han
cock and English club will be held at their
eiub room, ever Arneld Haas's baloen, North
Queen Street, en Tuesday cveniug, lilst, at 8
o'cleek. AH members who have subscribed
their nainM te the subscription list will plense
nl tend for the paymentef uniforms.
It tu impossible ler a woman after a fatthtul
course of treatment with Lydiiv E. Plnkham's
Vegetable Compound te continue, te suffer
with a weakness et the utcrua. Enclose a
6tamp te Mrs. Lydia E. Plnkham, 33 Western
avenue, Lynn, Mass., for pamphlets.
Try Leetier'd Renowned Cough Syrup.
Xew rich bleed, sending health te every
flbre of the system, is rapidly made by "Dr.
Llmltcy'tf Bleed Searcher."
Try Locher'a Renowned Cough Syrup.
The remedy that will euro the many diseases
peculiar te women Is Warner's Sate Kidney
and Liver Cur. Mether's Magazine. j
IVarm Weather and Its Effects.
Many people, especially Indies, complain at
tills season of the year of a general; weakness
or debility. The use of Speer's Pert (Jrape
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 lsnetamanufucturcd
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.
Specr has been supplying hospitals w ltli his
wlne for many years past. It is said te be un
surpassed for eummcr complaints, and for
weakly persons. The price Is low ter se excel
lent a wine, and no family need be without it.
This wln3 li endorsed by Drs. Alice and
D.ivls, and fceld by II. E. Slaymakcr.
Try Lechci's Renowned Cough Syrnp.
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Areyeudlstuibcd at night and broken el
1 your rest by a sick child suffering and crying
wuii me excruciating pain et culling teem?
II se, go at once and get a bottle of MRS. W IXS
LOW'S SOOTHIXO SYRUP. It will relieve the
peer HUIe miffcrcr Immediately depend upon
it; there Is no mistuke about it. There Is net a
mother en caith who has ever used It, who will
net tell you nt once that It will regulate the
bowel, and give rcsl te the mother, and relief
and health te the child, operating like magic.
It is pc' leetly safe te me in all cases, and pleas
ant te the tnste, and 1 II ic prescription et one
et the eldest and best fenntle physicians and
nurses In the United States. Sold every where
25 cents a bottle. fl 17-1 yd&wM, WAS
Tour liver Is out of order and you knew it;
se take "Sellers- Liver Pills." Seldbyull drug
"JSrewti't Bronchial Troches" are used with
advantage te alleviate Coughs, Sere Threat,
Hoarseness and Bronchial Affections. Fer
thirty years these Troches have been in use,
with annually increasing favor. They are net
new and untried, but, having been te.ted by
wide and constant use for nearly an entire
generation, they have attained well-merited
rank among the few staple remedies of the age.
"Ilrawn't JSronehialrecics" act directly
en the organ of the voice. They have an ex
traordinary effect In all disorders of the Threat
and Lurynr, restoring a healthy tone when re
laxed, either lrein cold or ever-exertion of the
voice, and produce a clearand distinct enunci
ation. Speaker and Singers llnd the Troches
A Cough, Celd, Catarrh 01 Sere Threat re
quires immediate attention, as neglect otten etten
t lines results In some Incurable Lung Disease.
' UrewiVt Jtrenchial Troches " will almost In
varluidy give relief. Imitations nre offered for
;-ale, many et which are Injurious. The genu
ine "Jlrewn's ISrenchial Troches" are sold
only in boxes. 1anl5-lyd&wTu,Th&S
Try Leclicr's Renowned Cough Byrnp
Fiiaiciscub. lu this city, en the 0th Inst,
Jehn Fmnclscuti, aged 1(S years, 0 months aud
The relative and friend et the family, idse
the Improved Order of Red Med and the mem
bers of the Shilllerllre company, are respect
fully invited te attend the funeral from the res
idence of hi parent, Xe. 345 Seuth Queen
t-trcet, en Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. In
terment at Woodward Hill cemetery. 2ld
McCerkick. In Lancaster, Pa., en the SCth
Inst., Louisa Theresa, daughter of Samuel and
Mnrgnret McCermlckr, aged t ysara, 1 mouth
and 10 days.
The relatives and fi lends of the family arc
respectfully invited te attend her runerul.frem
bcr grandparents' residence, Me. '203 Chureh
street 011 Wednesday at 3 o'clock. Interment
at Woodward II1U Cemetery. ltd
WANTED. KV.KBTUOIY TO ADVKK
tisc, free of charge. In the Intklliqcu
CEit, who wants something te de.
WAMKD -A SITUATION TO DO LAUOlt
IXG work of any kind; lias been ac
customed te handle horse. Apply at Feuntnin
Inn, Seuth Queen street. uug31-'Jtd
ivi" ,., ' OIKL WANTED TO DO
nsowerk. Geed relerence re-
Leeb's store. Ne. 20 North I
Sl JAL'UU I.IIK1I.
Among the many advantages 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 REPALNLNG,
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 SilvGr bought, talrenin exohange, or made into new goods.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 West King Street.
T On and after SATURDAY, AUGUST 8. the entire stock of ROOTS AND SHOES of the
PARLOR SHOE STORE, Xe. a;;. EAsT KING STREET, will be offered at a great SACRIFICE,
te CLOSE OUTBUSIXESS. De-Iring te engage in ether biisliics, I take this opportunity te
etler the entire stock, consisting et
10,000 Pairs of Beets and Shoes of the best Styles and Makes,
at least i per cent, less than they can be bought elsewhere. Having made a specialty in geed
goods for the last U e year-, a splendid nppnriuiilty It new ettered te buy superior BOOTMind
SHOES at lower prices than TRAsHcan be bought elsewhere.
Wishing te purc.ha.ic their BOOTS AND SHOES for Fall and Winter, new is your chance te buy
CHEAP. Country storekeepers w ill de well te call while our stock is yetcempiete. Wealse
liaveu line et" very line jtemh w hleli we will sell irem $1 te Si a pair less than beterc. The EX
TIRE STOCK must be SOLD out as SOON as POSSIBLE. We also offer part ottlielixturesef
the store, consisting et" revolving lixture In w indew. Lounges, part of shelving. Writing I ek,
one Fireproet Combination Sate, us geed us new, ami line Shew Cast: and Stand, at
PARLOR SHOE STORE,
Xe. 2(J 1-2 East Kins St., opposite Lancaster Ce. Uanlt.
C. A. Reeee.
" riss iieMiu:i:a:;:,
TEACH Lit OF MUSIC,
X..2I West King street.
Fall Teim will begin the ti rut Monday of
100 Tens el Hags Wanted,
Fer which the hlghc-t prl'-e will be paid.
2K CENTS PER POUXD 1'OR GOOD
The highest price nald ler Woolens, Old
Paper, Beeks ,Vc. Teh Rag Asserters wanted
te whom the highest price will be paid.
JOHN A. SHOBER,
:md Orange Streets,
'.nil cutter, P.i
NEW AXDSKOND-HAXD, at
S. H. Zahm & Ce.'s,
Xes. IS and 20 Seuth (jut-en Street.
Beeks exchanged. ltd
. The Butcher Shep occupied let llltyyeais
by the late Michael TrN-der. A geed biisines-s
stand, with central locution and terms leason leasen
able. Inquire nt
ltd Xe. 1SI EAST KIXU STREET.
Benefit of St. Antheny's Church,
which was postponed, will take pl.ice en
Tickets ler saleat Jein. Hlemenz's HhoeMeio,
Xertli Oucen street. OmiUbii'.es will run
regularly liming the day.
NEW, SHELF WORN AND SECOND-HAND.
Ne. 63 NORTH QUEEN STREET.
of THE IU(i It. SI) ItOOK.
OVER A MILLION OF
FreM Kidney Pais
Have already been sold In tills country and in
France ; every one of which has given pcrlcct
satisfaction, and has perlermed cures every
tlme when used according te directions. We
new wiy te the alllicted and doubting ones
that we wil p.iy the above rewind ter a single
that the Pad falls te euro. This Great Remedy
will Positively and Permanently euro Lum
bago, Lame Back, Sciatica, Gravel. Diabetes,
Dropsy, Bright's DIease of the Kidneys, In
continence and Retention et the Urine, In-
tlaminatlen et the Ivldnevs, catarrli et the
Bladder. High Colored Urine, Pain in the
Buck, Side or Leins, Xcrveus Weakness, and
in fact alldisordcrsef the Rladderand Urinary
Organs whether contracted by private disease
LADIES, If you are suffering from Female
Weakness. Leueerrhce.1, or any di-cn-e et the
Kidneys, Bladder, or Urinary Organs,
YOU CAN BE CURED I
Without swallowing nauseous medicines, by
FRENCH KIDNEY PAD,
WHICH CURES BY ABSORPTIOX.
Ask your druggist for PROF. GUILMETTE'S
FRENCH KIDNEY PAD, and take 110 ether.
If he has net get it, scud $! aud you will re
ceive the Pad by return mail. Fer sale by
JAMES A. MEYERS,
Odd Fellows' Hall, Columbia, Pa.
Sold only by GEO. W. HULL.
Draggi-st, l.i W. King St., Lancaster, Pa.
Prof. Guilmette's French Liver Pad.
Will positively cure Fever and Ague, Dumb
Ague, Ague Cake, Billiens Fever, Jaundice,
Dyspepsia and all diseases of the Liver,
Stomach and Bleed. Price $1.50 by mall. Send
for Pret. Guilmette's Treaties en the Kidneys
ami Liver, free by mall. Address
FRENCH PAD COMPANY,
ll On THURSDAY', SEPTEMBER SO, 1880,
the undersigned executer et the will otJehn
lllntz, deceased, will sail at public sale, ou the
Jiremiscs, in Colerain township, adjoining
ands of Themas C. and Hugh M. Cellins, Dan
iel D. Hess and Geerge Aliment, a tract of
landlnahlgh state of cultivation, containing
15 ACRES and 141 PERCHES, mere or less,
with Leg, Weather-bearded Dwelling, Frame
Barn and ether improvements thereon erect
ed. Fields regularly divided, water conve
nient and geed Orchard. Alse, 2 ACRES and
131 PERCHES of timber land, adjoining above,
and a let of Personal Property. Sale te com
mence at 1 o'clock P. M.
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS,
Bend stamp for Catalogue. Utiles, Shet Guns
Revolvers, sent C. O. I. for examination.
INSTRUCTION IN MUSIC MISS MAGOIK
Spurrier will begin her Instructions in
Piane MuMc September 1. Fer particulars
apply at Ne. 402 Xertli Duke street.
Ceiitiu Square. Is the most cheerlu! place in
town. Plenty et light and tresh air. Best et"
beer en tap. Liquorsel'all kiud, the best in
the city. Come and see. aug-27-lwd
Geld & Silver Mining Ce.,
Capital, $l,oeo,ooo, Number of Share3 of
Stock, loe.ooo. Par Value, $le.
Stock lull paid and net assessable.
f Xe. Ill East Third St.,
Business Olllces :
1 Xe. 20C Walnut Place,
I Philadelphia, Pa.
President Ekwin O. Fay.
Secretary and Treasurer A. II. MoeitK.
Solicitor F. F. ItuieilTLV.
Supeilntendent F. C. Fa v.
A limited number of shares et stock of this
re!up-i!iy",wlll be sold at 0110 dollar per share.
Prospectus sent by mail en application te the
company's elliee at Philadelphia.
"IAS FITTING AND PLUM IJING.
7 JOHN P. SOHAUM,
Ne. 27 SOUTH QUEEN STREET,
PLUMBER, GAS AND STEAM FITTER.
A Large Assortment el
Constantly en hand.
ENGINES AND MACHINERY
Ot all Kinds, repaired at Short Netice.
IRON AND BRASS
CASTES Al PATTERNS,
MADE TO ORDER.
Of all Sizes. All Kinds of
BRASS AND IRON VALVES
AXD BEER SPIGOTS REPAIRED
" Foundry and Machine Shep rear of( W
D. Sprecher & Sen's Seed Stere, Grant and
JOS. H. HUBEB.
EOll SALE Olt JKEXT,
On TUESDAY", SEPTEMBER 21, 1880. will
be sold at public sale, ou the premises. l.V)
Seutli Water street, Lancaster, Pa., the follow
ing personal property belonging te the estate
of Philip Sebum: Twe excellent DRAFT
HORSES, two Ceal Wagons, nearly new; a
large quantity of Ceal, Ceal Sehutes uud
Shovels, New Market W agen. New Phaeton,
two Sates, one et which Is nearly new, large
and small Scales, Clocks, Ac. Household and
Kitchen Furniture el every description. Alse
the entire stock of Coverlets, Counterpanes,
Blankets, Herse Blankets, and an excellent as
sortment el Heme-made Carpets, Yarns, &c.
Sale te commence at 9 a. m. and 1J4 o'clock
p. in., when attendance wlllbe given and terms
made known by
JOHN E. SCIIUM,
S. Hess & Sen, Aucts. Administrators.
Stere goods will be removed from : and 40
West King te 150 Seuth Water street.
PUBLIC SALK OF VALUAKLK REAL
ESTATE. .On SATURDAY EVENING,
at 7 o'clock, SEPTEMBER 18, 18S0, at the Key Key
stene Hetel, North Queen street, in the city of
Lnncaster. 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 or
ground situate en the west side of North Oucen
street. In said city, containing ln front 32 teet
2 Inches, and in depth 245 lect te a 14 feet
wide alley ; bounded ou the north by ground
of Jehn Reseund en the south by ground el
Richard McGraun, en which a One-Story
Frame Dwelling Heuse is erected en Nerlli
Queen Street, ami another One-Story Frame
Dwelling situate en the said fourteen leet
Ne. 2. All that certain One-Story Brick
Dwelling Heuse and half-let. or piece of
ground, situate ou the south 'side et East
Chestnut Street, ln said city, containing ln
front 32 lect '1 Inches, and In depth 215 feet te
a 14 feet wide alley, bounded en the cast by
ground of D. B. Ilostettcrunden the west by
William Hensel. Possession and title 011
April 3, 1881. DAVID HARTMAN,
II. Sucnmrr. Auc. aug 20-TAF-tsd
T3URLIC SALK OF VALUABLE CITY
X PROPERTY. On SATURDAY'. SEPTEM
BER 2.", 1880, the undersigned executer of the
will of Kllllan Beck, deceased, will offer at
public sule at the Columbia Garden hotel,
Seuth Queen street, Lancaster city, Pa., the
following described renl estate of said de
ceased, te wit:
All that certain one-story ami attic Frame
DWELLING HOUSE witliFnune Kitchen at
tached. Frame Barn with Wagen Shed attach
ed, Heg Sty and ether outbuildings. Well of
water with pump therein. Trait trees anil ether
improvements, and 4 ACRES and 80 PERCHES
of land, mere erless, thereto belonging, situutc
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 and terms
made known by
Jacob Gtedaksr, Anct. angse-Th&Mtsd
TUESDAY EVENING, AUG. 31, I88O.
"Washington, D. C, Auh. 31. Fer the
Middle Atlantic states, rising, followed
by stationary or falling barometer, falling
followed by stationary or rising tempera
ture, north te cast winds, partly cloudy
weather, and occasional local rains.
Ermentrout for Ceacresa.
Reading, Pa., Aug. 31. At the Deme
cratic convention te-day Hen. Daniel
Ermcutreut, at present state senator, was
nominated ui the first ballet for Congress.
Te-Days Telegraphic News.
The Republicans in the Pottsville legisla
tive district te-day nominated Jeseph Ed
wards, F. L. Steers and J. A. Meycr for the
legislature, and Luther R. Kcfter for state
Among the eleven dead bodies thus far
recovered from the wreck of the Marine
City at Detroit, was that of a babe bem
during the friirht occasioned by the fire.
Ilaulan, the Canadian oarsman, leaves
for England en Thursday.
Sing Sing authorities refused te receive
Harriet Mcrrihew, of Lewville, N. Y.,
sentenced te Hfe imprisonment for poison
ing her brother-in-law. Ne female con
vict has been received at that institution
for three years.
Rev. Dr. William Adams, LL. D., died
this morning at Orange, N. J.
Herbert F. Norris has written a letter
declining a nomination for Congress from
the first district of New Hampshire.
Jehn Z. K. Duryea was killed en the
Lehigh Valley R. R., near Metuchcn, at 7
o'clock this morning.
The Brooklyn police are confident that
they have secured one of the parties te the
killing of Geerge C Harward, the young
Brooklyn lawyer, in the arrest of James
The three large Jesuit schools in Paris
have been evacuated and the authorities
have walled up the doers of the chapels of
HOW TO GET
Every day during summer all sorts
of goods remnants and goods that
for one reason or another arc in our
way are picked out and put together
te be sold at Mich 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,
!j."0,000 ; and many thousands mere
arc going. There is something marked
down nt nearly every counter in the
Everything sold is returnable if un
satisfactory at the price.
Chestnut, Thirteenth, Marketand Juipcr.
1JSTATK OF DANIEL WIKEK, LATE Or
j Strasbiirg township, Lancaster county,
deceased. Letters testamentary en suld estate
having been granted te the undersigned, all
peivens indebted te said decedent ure request
ed te make immediate settlement, and these
having claims or dcmnnite against the estate of
said decedent, te make known the same te the
undersigned without dclav, residing In Stras
biirg township. SAMUEL II. WIKER,
ST ATI'; OF DANIKL LKFKVKK
(Farmer), late of Druinere township, de
ceased. Letters testamentary en sum estalA
having lieen grunted te the undersigned, all
persons indebted thereto are requested te
make immediate settlement, and these having
claims or demands against thu same will pre
sent them without delay ler settlement te the
C. M. HESS, of Druinere Twp.,
DANIEL 1) HESS, or Eden Twp.,
T. E. Kr.ANKLiN, Execnters.
Waltxh. M. Fkasklix, Ally's. aug4-tw
INSTATE OF JACOB BARGE LATE OF
j Strasbiirg borough, deceased. Letters of
administration en said estate having been
granted te the undersigned, nil persons indebt
ed thereto arc requested te make Immediate
payment, and these having claims or demands
against the saie, will present them without
delay for .settlement te the undersigned, resid
ing 111 Lancaster clt3, Pa.
JACOB BARGE, Administrator.
I). I. neSEXMILLER, JR., Att'y. HUg4 OtW
INSTATE OF HORACE W. KILLIAN,
2i late of Ephrata township, deceased. Let
ters of administration en said cstute having
been granted te the undersigned, all persons
indebted thereto are requested te inuke Imme
diate settlement, and these having claims or
demands against thu same, will present them
without delay for settlement te the undersign
ed, residing ln said township.
Residing at Akren,
Wm. S. Amwee, Administrator.
Attorney, Ne. 13S E. King St., Lancaster.
On MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1880, will
be sold en the premises, situate in Raphe
township, Lancaster county. Pa., en the read
leading Irem Mount Jey te Colebrook, two
miles north et the former place, ami ene-lialf
mile east of Herst's mile, adjoining lands et S.
Geed, A. II. Geed, D. L. Miller, Christian Geed,
decea-ed, and ethers, all that valuable planta
tion, containing 112 ACRES, mere or less, su
perior gravel laud, in a high state of cultiva
tion, with sufficient timber and geed deal et
fine locust. The improvements ure a large
two-story Brick Dwelling Heuse with a Brick
Kitchen attached, nearly new. A large Stene
Bank Barn with Carriage and Teel Heuse at
tached. Wagen Shed with two Cern Cribs,
Heg Sty, Spring, Wash and Smoke Heuse, and
all necessary outbuildings. A Cistern at the
Kitchen deer, Well with Pump In front of the
house and one at the barn, Spring
under Spring Heuse near by, with Pump.
There Is a Running Pump with trough te
water stock, convenient te the barn, and the
back run passes through part of the larni. af
fording access te water irem every field but
one. Along the run are about 8 Acres of
Meadow or Pasture land ; a large Apple
Orchard of choice varieties, in geed bearing
order; also a number of Pear, Peach and
Cherry Trees. Grape Vines, 4c.
This properly adjoins limestone land and
convenient te Mills, Schools, Churches, &c.
Persons wishing te see the property beterc
day of sale will call ou the undersigned re
Sale te commence at 1 o'clock p. m. et said
day, when conditions will be made known by
mi'lK-llw rtAVtn H ntfavtvn'
DAVID B. BRANDT.
Xew Yerk Market.
Sxw yeb. Aug. 31. Fleur State and West
ern strongly : buyers favor superfine state at
t30390; extra de at f33400: choice, de.,
$4 10(54 SO; fancy de.., 4 5U5 75: round
hoop Ohie W5 E0; choice de $4 70
65 75: sntierfine western SZSlfiv 00 mmnim
te Reed extra de $3 750425"; Choice de de
4 3594 C5; choice white wheat de 4 2J4J4 65:
Southern dull ; common te fair extra $4 75
5 50; geed te choice de 15 603650,
nneac neavy, Xm'ic lewer: Ne. 2 Red.
1, 41 fKZHftl flit .1 ..A... . AMrti 1...- - ..
spot. SOasic: de inturc. 5K5-2?::
Oats about steady -State, at 3Siatk West
ern, at 3540c.
PinuDUJini. August 31. Fleur dull but
steady ; saperflne$2 S0300 ; extra 3.V)r4 00 ;
Ohie and Indiana family 95 IJO3 75;
Penn'a family de 4 75Q5 23; St, Leuis family at
JT. 50tt4 00 ; Minnesota family T. iVf 5 75 ; patent
and high grades 16 SOQ8 00.
Rye fleer at 4 254 50.
Wheat dull and lewer: Ne. 2 Western Red
1 03J,'; Penn'a Red II 0li; Amber at
Cern quiet and easier ; steamer .Vie : yellow
53c: mixed SAXQXUx.
Oatridnll; Ne. 1. White; 4lc Xe. 2. de SiV8
40c; Ne. 3, de 37?:y,v:e; Ne. ., .Mixed
Rye scarce, $0gS3c.
Previsions market unlet : mess perk 91C Ce
if. 50; beef hams fllW(?l 00 ; Indian iiuss
beet nt 916 00: bacon smoked shoulders
7c: salt de tikte: smoked hums l-;?i::"
pickled hams lejllc.
Lard quiet; city kettle tit SJJe; Umwe
butchers' "c ; prime steam Hc.
Butter, linn ; supplies small ; Cream
ery extra Xc; Creamery geed te choice
12ie; Bradford county and New Yerk extra.
24'J5c : Western reserve extra !7ISe; de geed
te eholee 13bjc; Rolls dull; Penn'a extra
131(; Western reserve extra VlfSUU.: r
Eggs steady ; Penn'a nt l!e: Western IS;.
Cheese Buoyant stock small i New Yerk
full cream i3e; Western lull cream p.'e:
de fair te geed HQllXc; de half skims 10
Petroleum tlrm ; refined 9-Kc.
Whisky 91 15.
Seeds Geed te prime Clever II nil at 9S25
;00; Timethy firm nt - 4WJ-.! i'': Fl.txseed
quiet nt $125 bid.
Nkw Yekk stik-ks.
A. M. A. .
I. SI. I. M,
Michigan s. . L. S...
Michigan Cent. R. R
Chicago A N. W
Chicago, M. X St. P..
Han. & St. J. Cem....
Teledo X Wabash...
Ohie X Mississippi. .
3S 37.' 1
3.1 37: ....
St. Leuis, I. M. & S. IC. &.V4
Ontario and Western. 247
C. C.AI. C. R. R 10
New Jersey Central.. T)
Del. X Hudsen Canal, si
Del.. Lack. & Western i
Western Union Tel. ..101
Pacific Mail S. S. Ce.. : J
Manhattan Elevated. 27
Union Pacific !W'4
Knnsas & Texas 3t;
New Yerk Central
Cleveland X Pitts
Chicago A Reck I
Pittsburgh X Ft. W
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H Mk.l '
. -iiii ....
Pennsylvania R, It....
Pbil'a. A Reading.....
Northern Pacific Cem
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Pitts., Titus v'c A B....
Phil'aAErle It. R....
IT11. R. R's of N.J
Hcstonville Pass ;
Central Trans. Ce.....
Monday, August 20. The receipts or cattle
at the West Philadelphia ynnl Ter past week
were 2,800 bead; North Philadelphia yard,
550 head. Total, 3,350 head.
Beeves were uimlcrntely uctiv mid prices 0
geed cattle were higher, while the lower
grades showed ."no improvement. We quote
Extra at 5J45-,':Jc. :goed,55';;c; medium, 4J
8IJc; common. S)(fii Ic; bulls and cows, 2
3e;calves,at4fic. Fresh cows, $J0 te 9 10 per
RALES AT TI1K WEST VIIILADGLIMIIA TAISB.
250 Reger Maynes, Western, gross. 55c.
k; Owen Smith, Western, own account ; 20 de
nccennt of J. F. Sadler A Ce.; 42 de R.
Maynes ; 20 de West Viu, J.G. Thompson;
l.ldeEllinger A Seymour; I2deS. Ward,
155 A.A.I. Christv, Western, gross. 4(2.ijc.
100 E. S. A B. F. McFilleu, Western, gross,
IN) IJIlman A Lehman Bres., CI St. Leuis. J. F.
Sadler & Ce.. 545c.: 41 West Va, P.
Pepper. lVJif47c : 32 Western, Lehman
Bres., 5c.: 88 de Jehn Tayler, IJ
5c : ttideLcviSenscnlsr. '.V.Silc.
72 Jus. Clemscn, W. Va. and Pa..gre-.:, I
10 Dennis Smyth. W. Va., account el Clins.
Greenlee : 10 de own account : 32 de West
Virginia, F. Darlson, gross. 45c.
275 Jehn McArdle, Western, grot., Cjc.
70 Daniel Mun'hy, Western and W. Va., gross,
21 Frank, Lewcnsteln A Adler, Western anil
W. Va.. gross, 45c.
207 G. Sclianibcrg X Ce., Western, gross, 4J4
51 F. Shectz, Western Viu, gross. U$yje.
48 L. Hern, West Va., gross, :?l,'ic.
41 II. Chain, Jr., Western Pa., gross, 4S5e.
80 Daniel Smyth A Bre.. West V'u., account of
E. ICHecdgklns ; 20 de Pest A Maxwell ;
20 de A. Cerpenlng, gross, l.c.
205 Bachman A Levi, West Va., and Western,
42 A. Ostheim, West Vu., gross. 4J44i.
20 S. Dreitus, Western, gross, yAfif:.
00 Sclianibcrg A Paul, Kentucky mid Texas,
130 M. Levi, West Va.,gres, zy.eT.y.i;
Kl James Aull, Western, gross, l!$v;
22 P. Hathaway, Western aud W. Vu,, gross,
302 J. F. Sadler A Ce., Western and hole
sale, gross, 4.'c.
Hogs were activi. at last quotations. Arri
vals at all yards, 4,500 head. Wequete Irem 7e
teSc per pound.
Sheep and Lambs were moderately active
and prices werejjc. Iiigherperpeiiiul tlian last
week. AVe quote Extra at 4le,; goeil,
4'Jie.: medium, 44Jc.; coiniiien,.:yi
4c.; culls, 3je.;Clii,Hter county Ijunbs. Ujjc.;
western Pa., de 4c ; stock ewes, :3c.
Arrivals, West Philadelpliia, 5,000 head ; ether
yards, 8,000 head. Total, 13.000 head.
UV THE ISLATCULKT
Fer Cisterns or Wells of any depth.
I'LAIX, lltOX, VORCET.A1X Oil COWER
Brands , AC, O.XlX.GG.G.Ne. I, B.BR, B Ne.
Fer Kile by the Hardware Trade, Country
Stores, Pump Makers, etc. See that the Pump
you buy Is stenciled
O. Gk BLATOHLEY,
Manufacturer, C03 Market bt., PIiiIndf-lpliia,Pa
1 1C.00O aeres et Finely Timbered Ceal'I.and
lu Kentucky, en the Big Sandy river, by which
the timber White Oak, Yellow Poplar, Wal
nut. Ash aud ether varieties can lie trans
ported by raft or beat te market. The lund is
en the line of the Big Sandy railroad, which In
aleut being built by Cidcinnati capltalists.and
Is underlaid with an immense lied of bitu
minous coal. Fer further Information address
ALLAN A. II ERR, iceul Estate Agent,
North Duke St. Lancaster. Pa.
PUBLIC SALK Or VALUAMLE KEAL
ESTATE. -On THURSDAY. OCTOI'.EK 7.
1830, will beseldutpuhllcsalc, en the premises,
en the Millersville pike, in the city or Lancas
ter and county or Lancaster, Pa., the following,
A tract el land, containing 5 ACRES, mere
or less, 011 which Is erected a large anil conve
nient two story BRICK HOUSE, witli Mansanl
Reet ami a two-story Brick Buck Building at
tached, und a small Summer Kitchen; gits
through the house : has a fine hall and eleven
large rooms, conveniently laid out; a well or
never-tailing water with pump therein, cistern
and a choice let or irult trees in bearing order,
peach e chard, etc.: a fine driving read te and
irem the beuse. The ground fronts en three
streets; would be well adapted for building
lets. There is also a geed cellar under the
whole house; beater in cellar, and gdrl ven
tilation In all the rooms ; there is an observa
tory en ten et the beuse, also a geed large
Barn, Carriage Heuse, Ice Heuse, stabling ler
three horses and two cows, with water ut the
barn ; a glass front hennery. 55 feet long, with
work-shop attached. There are en this property
about JW dlflerent varieties or grapes, bearing,
with a fine let of shrubbery, evergreen and
This property Is well worth the attention et
persons who wish te buy a private residence,
or ler bnilding lets, or ler a fierist.
Any person wishing te view the property
previous te the day et sale candosebycaBlag
en the undersigned residing en the same, either
by letter or personally. ' A
Sale te commence at 2 o'clock' P. 31. et said
day, when attendance wlllbe given and condi
tions of sale wUl be made known by
- HENRY G.LIPP. .
S. Baas Ses, Aet MgMitajptdSAttw
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