LASTfeR tikliX DJtlGfcM . IDAYEnBlO, 1880
OOK REGULAR CORRESPONDENCE.
Tim Scheel ISeurd Excursion Peruenal
l'elutK ISoreusli Budget. ,
The school beard held its regular meet-J
ing last evening in the Shech library room, f
jiemucrsau present except jiicvjuiiuus"
and Wike. The finance committee report
ed that the bend of Themas B. Dunbar,
tax collector for 1880, has- been properly
executed and signed by the approved se
curities, and that the tax duplicate had
been delivered te the collector. The com
mittee further reported receipts and ex
penditures as fellows :
Ebcrly, rcut, August 25 W
Juckseu, rent, September ' w
Stamun, 1 month's tuition from Sep
tember Cih - 52
.T. G. Hess, tux cel lector. Is78 'Jl OS
J.O.Hc-,, tax collector, 1879 U0 .0
Total receipts 209 78
Orders paldhlnce last report $177 17
Balance en hand QIC 15
The chairman of the iinance committee,
in conjunction with the treasurer, was in
structed te prepare a book for the purpe.se
of recording receipts for interest en bends.
The committee en rents reported the rents
all paid. The committee en text books re
ported that Barnes's United States history
had been ordered for exchange. The repair
and supply committee reported that repairs
te the school buildings and grounds had
been attended te. The library committee
reported the receipt of several additional
volumes of Pennsylvania geological survey
(through the courtesy of Senater C. S.
KaulTntan) which were placed in the
library. The school visiting committee
reported that the schools had been opened
en Monday, September C, with a geed at
tendance of pupils and with the teachers
all present. The committee reports were
all accepted. An order was granted in
favor of the repair and supply committee
amount $21 te pay for labor in cleaning
school buildings, and a list of books as pre
sented by Superintendent Ames, te be
supplied for indigent pupils, was ordered
te be supplied at the expense of the school
Resolutions were passed by the beard
fixing the price of tuition for non-resident
pupils, as heretofore, at $2 per month in
the grammar schools, $1.50 in the second secend
aries, $1 for primaries anil $1.73 for the
first colored ; permits te be granted only
for three months term and for cash in ad
vance and te nobody in arrears for past
A lit tic boy who appeared in the prima
ries yesterday without books, and with a
mother who "had no money te buy them,"
was found te be a child of ene of the con
victed fishermen. lie will come under the
beard's free supply of books te indigent
Around llie Town.
Forty-six excursion tickets were sold te
jtcrsens leaving here at G:0 this morning
en the Pennsylvania railroad excursion
traiu te the slale fair at Philadelphia. It
is thought the sa'.e of tickets would have
been much larger had the weather net been
se very inclement.
Te-day is the tvveuly-sixth anniversary
of the first appearance here of cholera in
1S3-1, when the disease became an epi
demic. Last evening was a very uupropitieus
one for the opening of a fair, and this fact
was fully realized by the Citizens' band,
the members of which had high hopes
that the inaugural evening of their lair
would be a successful one. The rain fell
in torrents during the greater portion of
the evening, anil the attendance at the fan
was but meagre. The Marietta baud,
which was announced te be present last
evening, did net put in an appearance. The
JTnuntvillc band will be present this even
ing. I'aul McMann, baggage-master at the
Pennsylvania railroad depot, appears te be
having a sad time of it this summer with
the fever and ague. He was already been
compelled te lay off two or three times and
he is new again en the sick list. Jehn
Leckard is new running the baggage
room. Farmer Harry YYisslcr has just sold eigh
teen very fine cattle te a Philadelphia
Mr. V. E. Gray, of the firm of E. K.
Smith & Ce., has just returned from a trip
te the seashore. He took in Ocean Greve
and Leng Branch, and en his way home
stepped te visit the state fair at Philadel
phia. Council will held its regular monthly
meeting this evening.
The Philadelphia & Reading railroad
company will run an excursion te the state
fair te-morrow morning.
The school beard will held a special
meeting in a week or two. The question
of exonerating a tax collector from the col
lection of uncellectible taxes will be the
principal business te be brought before the
Alexander llccsc, proprietor of the bil
liard hall en Seuth Second street, is re
covering his tables, the old covers being in
a worn condition.
The First and Second ward Democrats
will remember their club meeting te-night.
The laying of the new pavement in front
of the P. II. 11. depot has been completed.
Quite a change and somewhat of an im
provement. The eircus at Lancaster te-morrow will
be the cause of a slight and temporary de
population in town.
Seme of the Pennsylvania railroad mo me
doc engines went cast with short trains
this merniug. We presume empty cars
are plenty in Philadelphia aud that they
are wanted west.
The Democratic jwle te be raised en
Saturday evening at the residence of
James Gagin will be planted just inside
the fence of his side, yard (merely te evade
the law) and net in the back yard, as the
Columbia correspondence of the New Era
Held for Arnault.
Jehn Faulk, Jacob Tayler and Win.
Esbcnshadc had a hearing before Alder
man Barr yesterday afternoon charged
with assault,en oath ofCenrad Blcssingten.
The circumstances of the case, as shown
by the prescc uter were that he and his wife
were slowly driving en the Millport pike
when they were met by defendants who
were driving in a reckless manner and ran
into BIcssingten's team, although he was
as far te the right side of the pike as he
could get. His wagon was broken and
his horse ran off. Defendants made a
denial of reckless driving, and their counsel
argued that the collision was net an as
sault. The alderman discharged Tayler
aud Eshcnshndc, aud held Faulk, who was
driving, in the sum $200 te answer at
The rainfall that prevailed all day yes
terday was continued throughout last night,
doing an immense amount of geed te the
pasturage and late crops, replenishing the
almost exhausted springs, streams and
wells. Iu this city there was as usual
some little washing, and en the first square
of North Queen street, where the new
Belgian pavement was recently laid, there
was some sinking of the pavement. The
most serious was ever the sewer en the
cast side of the street some distance south
Mrs. lfuslieng'a Funeral.
County Commissioners Ceble and Mont
gomery, left Lancaster this morning, ac
companied by Mr. Will, the commission
ers' clerk, te attend the fuueraLef the wife
of Commissioner Bushong, which took
place te-day from his residence- near Hel
ler's church, Lcaceck township.
Here and There and Everywhere.
The brick making machine of Henry
Martin, of . this city, has been awarded a
bronze jncttal at the state fair. "
flamiwO ITrc & Sen Beld iresterday for
Jehn Sides, atihe Mcniiaac house, eleven
head of Kentucky horses aim colts aver
aging $128.63 per head.
During August, J. 31. Hahn, of Mau
heim, sold 985,000 cigars.
M. M. Leib is about te begin the publi
cation of the Oic Jin Philadelphia.
Frank Cencllyat one lime city editor
of the Baltimorcr.rittincrttt,butwhe is new
advance agent of Ferd's "Pranks" com
pany is iu town te-day.
Great complaint is made of the extor
tionate charges of the Heading & Colum
bia railroad en freight from Philadelphia
teLitiz, which are mush higher than from
thecity through te Lancaster.
The Lititz Recerd enters upon its fourth
year and the Mt. Jey Star opens its ninth
volume, both giving evidence of well de
Daniel Wcidner, of Warwick, expects te
harvest 2,000 bushels of corn from thirty
acres which lie has begun te cut.
The Lititz people arc moving te establish
a manufactory of patent plows and ether
agricultural implements; $10,000 capital
will be required.
Little Jimmy Obcrheltzcr was driving a
bull ncarllethsville, when the brute turned
en him, gored him and breke a lib. His
hat Hew off, the bull went after it aud the
boy escaped further damage.
The Keckland street Undenominational
Sunday school had an entertainment fast
evening and despite the weather the Last
Orange street school building was filled
for the occasion. There was singing, cor
net playing, scriptures reading, dialogues
&c. Hereafter this Sunday school will be
merged with St. Paul's Reformed school.
Ritbinseu'a minstrels Disband in Yerk.
On Tuesday night Robinson's minstrel
troupe performed in Columbia te very bad
business and en Wednesday they went te
Yerk In that town their advertising was
very poorly dene and the result was that
there was but $40 in the house. This did
net pay their expenses, aud yesterday
morning the company was compelled te
disband, before several of the members
had gotten any breakfast. Three members
of the baud, which was connected with
this "great organization," arrived in Lan
caster this morning and gave concerts at
different saloons iu order te secure sufii
cicnt money te pay their fares te Philadel
phia, where they reside. The members of
the troupe are mostly amateurs and reside
iu Philadelphia. The members of the band
are geed musicians and deserve te be
pitied, as they were no doubt led te be
lieve that they would make lets of money
by going out with this party.
Every year about this time parlies sim
ilar te. this start out, but arc generally
wrecked before going far. They are gen
erally composed of amateurs, who by their
advertising endeavor te mislead the pub
lic. Many persons who went te see the
above show no doubt thought that it was
under the management of Harry Robinson,
" the man with the silver horns." This
they seen found was net the ease, how
ever, as the party of "barnstormers" was
run by another man of the same name,
or one who probably assumed the name te
gull the public.
Second Ward Club.
A large and enthusiastic meeting of the
Second ward Hancock and English club
was held last evening at Ransiug's saloon,
East Orange street. Owiug te the election
of Win. J. Fordney, captain of the club, te
the efiice of Colonel of the regiment, Kebt.
Clark was elected in his stead. Messrs.
Chas. E. Stewart, Themas MeCIaren and
David G. lliish were elected mounted
aids. The club will turn out in full uni
form en Friday evening next le attend the
meeting of the 7th, 4th and ed wards, at
the corner of Seuth Queen and Strawberry
streets. The uniforms will be given out
en Thursday evening next, when it is ex
pected every Democrat in the Second
ward will be present. Dtie notice will be
given as te the place of meeting.
His honor the mayor had before him
this morning a motley group efsix vagrants
all of them badly dilapidated, and ene of
them being a jelly old Africans, !0 years
of age, nearly deaf, blind and toothless,
and his wool as white as a lamb's. He
carried a carpet-bag and a crooked stick,
and walked and laughed and talked in such
a peculiarly ludicrous way that he would
prove a fertune te any enterprising minstrel
troupe that could get held of him and put
him en the stage as " poe' ole man." He
and the ether ragamuffins were discharged
but cautioned net again te put iu an ap
pearance at headquarters, en pain of being
sent te Castle Wcise.
As Peter Beffcninyer was coming home
from Lancaster en Wednesday evening his
horse became frightened at some cattle,
ran against a hitching pest, landing Peter
en the ground mere forcibly than grace
fully. Result, a skinned hand and a tern
set of harness.
Siglc & Merrin sold -120 eases of their
'79 tobacco te New Yerk parties en pri
Rebert Sigle hauled twenty-three cases
(about sis tens) of tobacco at one lead,
lie hauled it from the packing house te
Bird-in-IIand, a distance of two miles.
Trctty hard te beat ! It was a Hancock
This meminir, Mary Kelly, arrested some
two weeks age for drunken aud disorderly
conduct and committed for '10 days, was
taken before Judge Patterson en a writ of
habeas corpus and discharged. A writ
was issued at the same time for a hearing
of Mary Shields, committed for a similar
offense. The writ was placed in the
hands of her husband te present te the
prison keeper, but for some cause he failed
te present it and per consequence his
spouse still languishes in prison.
The equipments of the Yeung Men's Re
publican club arc en exhibition at Amer's
hat store, West King street. They con
sist of a red white and blue oilcloth cap and
a white oilcloth coat. The captain is dis
tinguished by wearing a geld bronze oil
cloth coat and the lieutenants silver bronze.
D. S. Mcarig, butcher, of 018 North
Queen street, killed a etecr which had a
kidney that weighed 58 pounds ; he would
like te hear of a Garfield butcher te
Niles, Mlcli., Heard Frem.
Larlmere & Dean, druggists (30 years in
business) write us that Day's Kidney Pad
gives better satisfaction than any remedy tltcy
evcr sold. hG-lwd JTW&S
Recce, the shoemaker, Ne. 2G East King
street, is at present selling out his entire stock
of Beets and Shoes te close business, as he is
about te engage in ether business. We would
therefore advise all who have net done se te
call seen te secure bargains. The entire stock
of shoes including the shoe fixtures innst posi
tively be sold as seen as possible, as the store
room is te be occupied for ether business pur
bliss WitUerell en the Clariuet.
We had the pleasure of witnessing en Mon
day night the excellent performance given by
Mine. Rcntz's minstrels in Fulton opera house.
The clarinet sole by Alice WitL-ercll was ex
quisite. The delicious purity of tone of her
renditions was a. rare treat indeed, and proved
her te be a thorough musician and master of
her Instrument. We understand she is the
only lady clarinet soloist in the country. M.
Gibsen the Jail Breaker.
Charles Gibsen,the jail breaker, who has
twice escaped from Lancaster jail, and was
last captured by Gee. A.Smith at Greenes
burg, Westmoreland county, and returned
te his old quarters, 6tatesthat after his es
cape he was arrested by Brady, the Penn
sylvania raflread.detective for train-jumping,
and was taken before a Columbia jus
tice of the peace and by him committed
under au assumed name te the county
prison, for five days. He served his five
days term in jail and was discharged,
none of the prison officials recognizing him.
It it is due te the prison officials te say
that they were all new men except the
keeper, the inspectors having made a
charge of underkeepers, and it is also pos
sible that Gibsen may have lied about the
This Morning's Excursion.
This morning at 7 o'clock 137 persons
left this city ever the Pennsylvania rail
road for the state fair at Philadelphia.
Anether excursion will be run te-morrow
The Circus Te-morrow. Cooper A Bailey's
Londen Circus appeared In Albany recently
and the daily Journal said of the pertorm perterm
ance: In the big tent were arranged two
rings, in which two distinct circus companies
gave a succession of brilliant displays el
cqucfctriansulp and acrobatic skill, together
with examples of Intelligence shown by ani
mals. Wiiilc the trained oxen were forming
pyramids of themselves in ene ring, the six
trained elephants showed what they could de
in the ether. The principal features were the
displays en the trapeze by the French family
Davcne and the pretty and graceful Lawronce
sisters, each of whom excelled any previous
female performers in their line. The Law
rence sisters, especially, executed some feata
that a male gymnast would hesitate at at
tempting. The graceful riding of Linda .Teal,
and the famous fire hoop act which terminates
Iter appearance, captured the immense audi
ences and wen hearty applause. The batteute
leaping was also superior te anything yet
shown here in point of the number of per
formers, twelve of the twenty-four executing
a double somersault in rapid succession.
Mult Bitters rczulate, purify, strengthen and
nourish the maternal functions.
Of the first stain or speck beware
That en your teeth you may espy.
There is by far mere danger there.
Than at the moment meets the eye.
Vse SOZODONT without delay.
And thus arrest the first decay.
Mothers, as a delightful sanitary measure,
always order the Cutlcura Medicinal Seap.
Pay Your Tax.
Every voter who wants te vote in November
should leek alter the payment of his tax. Col
lector Wartel sits at the Court Heuse THIS
EVENING fretiiGJ.; te 9 o'clock te receive it.
iO THEIltC AND PAY IT.
The name of WILLIAM MeCOMSEY, of the
First ward, will be presented te the Demo
cratic electors et Lancaster at their primary
elections te nominate a candidate for As
sembly, under Democratic rules.
ELIM U. SXYDEB, of the Ninth ward, wll
be a candidate for the Democratic nomination
te the Legislature from Lancaster City. Sub
ject te Democratic rules. tp
Company A of the Hancock Vctciun associa
tion will meet for drill at the Democratic head,
quarters, Centre Square, this evening at 7:30.
The Third Ward Hancock club will meet at
the Central Headquarters this evening, at 8
o'clock. A full attendance is requested.
Iu the ljenrer End.
There will be a general Democratic meeting
tinder the auspices of the Third, Fourth and
Seventh ward clubs at the corner of Straw
berry, Middle and Seuth Queen streets, en
Friday evening. September 17.
Sixtn Ward Auterlcus.
The regular meeting of the Sixth Ward
Auicrlctw club will be held this evening at
Schiller hall. Important business. Equip
ment. Ninth Ward.
The regular stated meeting of the Ninth
Ward Hancock and English club wjll be held
tit their club room, ever Arneld Haas's saloon.
North Queen street, en Friday evening at 8
It is impossible ter n woman after a faithful
course of treatment with Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound te continue te sutler
with a weakness et the uterus. Enclose a
stamp te Mrs. Lydia E. Plnkham, 233 Western
avenue. Lynn, Mass., for pamphlets.
Try Lechcr's itcnewncd Cough Syrup.
Scrofula of thirty years' standing has been
cured by "Dr. Lindsay's Bleed Searcher."
Sold by all druggists.
My life was saved by Warner's Safe Kidney
na Liver Cure. E. B. Lately, Selma, Ala.
The ambition et the American people leads
them te overtax their strength and completely
break down their nervous systems, impov
erish the bleed, and almost destroy their con
stitutions. Uccevcr your constitution imme
diately, before it is tee late, by taking Dr.
Browning's Tonic and Alterative, the great
Bleed Purifier and Bleed Maker. Price 90
cents and $1. Fer sale by the Proprietor, W.
Champien Browning, M. D., 1117 Arch street,
Philadelphia, mid nil Druggists and Dealers in
REMEDY FUR HARD TIMES.
Step spending se much en fine clothes, rich
feed ami style. Buy geed, healthy feed,
cheaper and better clothing ; get mere real and
substantial things of life every way, and es
pecially step the foolish habit of running after
expensive ami quack doctors or using se much
of the vile humbug medicine that does you
only harm, and makes the proprietors rich,
but put your trust in the greatest of all simple,
pure remedies. Hep Bitters, that cures always
at a trifling cost, ami you will sec better times
and geed health. Try It once. Read of It in
Warm Weather aud Its Effects.
Many people, especially ladles, complain at
this season of the year of a general weakness
or debility. The use of Specr's Pert Grape
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 net a manufactured
article no liquor is added te It. It is no patent
medicine or cordial humbug, but is a superior
wine or the Oporto grape. It is pure, old, un
adulterated wine, nothing mere or less. Mr.
Speer has been supplying hospitals with his
wine for many years past. It is said te be un
surpassed for summer complaints, and for
weakly persons. The price is low for se excel
lent a wine, and no family need be without it.
This wine is endorsed by Drs- Atlee and
Davis, aul sold by H. E. Slaymakcr.
Try Lecuer's Renowned Cough Syrnp
"Sellers' Liver Pills" never fall te euro bil
iousness, indigestion, or headache. Sold by
"Brown Bronchial Treche" 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 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.
"Brown.'' Bronchial Treche" act directly
en the organs erthc voice. They have an ex
traordinary effect in all disorders of the Threat
and Larynx, restoring a healthy tone when re
laxed, cither lrem cold or ever-exertion of the
voice, and produce a clcurand distinct enunci
ation. Speaker and Singer find the Troches
A Cough, Celd, Catarrh ei Sore Threat re
quires immediate attention, as neglect often
times results in some incurable Lung Disease.
" Brewn1 Bronchial Treche " will almost in
varlabl v give relief. Imitations are offered for
sale, many of which are injurious. The genu-i
lne "Brewn1 Bronchial Treche" are sold
Among thsTnany advantages sained by our change of business
location, aunmpertant one is the enlarged rooms and improved fa
cilities of our REPAIR;DEPARTMENT. With our present corps
of skilled mechanics and complete equipment of maehinery and
tools we are are prepared te execute and warrant all work en
trusted te us.
MONOGRAM INSCRIPTION AND
ORNAMENTAL ENGRAVING. &c.
A great variety of new work in original designs will be produced
in our own manufactory. Any orders for specialties will be filled
at short notice and te the satisfaction of our customers. Old Geld
or Silver bought, taken in exchange, or made into new goods.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 West King Street.
On and after SATURDAY, AUGUST 2S. the entire stock of BOOTS AND SHOES of the
1 AKLOIt SHOE STOUE, Ne. 3f EAST KING STKEKT, will be offered at a great sAClUr ICt,
te CLOSE OUT BUSINESS. Desiring te engage in ether business, I tukc this opportunity te
offer the entire stock, consisting et
10,000 Pairs of Beets and Shoes of the best Styles and Makes,
at least 25 per cent, less than they can be bought
goetts ler inc last, two yirai , asim-num u
SHOES at lower prices than TUAS1I can
oeds for the last two years asplendid opportunity Is new offered te uuy superior uuuie unu
can uu uuuKUt vtsiuniivrc.
Wishing te purchase their BOOTS AXD SHOES for Fall and Winter, new Is yeurchance te buy
CHEAP Country storekeepers will de well te call whlle our stock is yet complete. We also
haven line or very line goods which we will sell from $1 te ts a pair less than before. The EX
TIKE STOCK must be SOLD out as SOOX as POSSIBLE. "We also offer a purt orthellxturesot
the store, consisting of revolving llxture in window. Lounges, part of shelving, Writing Desk,
one Fireproof Comblnutleu Safe, as geed as new. and line Shew Case and Stand, at
PARLOR SHOE STORE,
Ne. 26 1-2 East King St., opposite Lancaster Ce. Hank.
C. A. Reeee.
Guxdakke. September 8, 18S0, in this city,
Mrs. Mary Gundakcr, wile of Geerge Uun
dakcr, sr.. In the 83d year el her age.
The relatives and. friends arc respectfully
invited te attend the funeral lrem the resi
dence of her son-in-law, Jehn Kcpncr, Ne. 124
North Water street, en Saturday afternoon at
2 o'clock. Services In the First Kelermed
GniEL. In this city, en September 9, 1880,
Sarah A., wife of Jacob Grid, In the COth year
et her age.
Her relatives and friends are respectfully In
vited te attend the funeral front tiie rcoldence
of her husband, northwest corner of Duke and
Walnut streets, en Saturday afternoon at 3
Hess. On September 10, lSii), Mrs. Barbara
Hess, aged (3 years.
Netico of funeral hereafter.
109 Tens el Rags Wanted,
Fer which the highest price will be paid.
VA CENTS PKIi POUND FOli GOOD
The highest price paid for Woolens, Old
Paper, Beeks, Ac. Ten Bag Asserlers wanted"
te whom the highest price will be palil.
JOHN A. SEOBBR,
Cor. North Queen and Orange Streets,
yMfdltl fAiicaster. Pa
HE If Alt WltTISEMEy TS
ZELLKK'S UONSKKVATOKY OF MUSIC,
lOJi EAST KING Street. MuMc taught in
all Its branches Instrumental. Vec-al(Madamc
Seller's method). Thorough Ba- and Har
mony, nnd Analysis. Friday evening concerts
every two weeks, for which the pupils furnish
the music. Terms Classes of three. -J8.00; les les
eons in clashes et two, $10.00; private lessens.
$1.".00; lessens at the pupil's heu-e, $1.00 each
(1KAM) 1NSTKUMENTAL. CONCERT AT
T JOHN SCHOEXBEKGEK'S Tremont
Hetel, North Queen street, THIS FRIDAY
EVENING. Having engaged the celebrated
Equestrian Band from New Yerk City, I him
enabled te glve the citizens of Lancaster a
choice treat in line music. The best Philadel
phia Becreu tup.
ltd JOHN SCHOEXBEUGEK.
On SATU1CDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. 1SSO,
will be sold at the Leepard Hetel. East King
street, Lancaster city. Pa., a vuluablu lotet
ground, situate en the southeast corner of
Middle aud Lime streets franting en Middie
street '27 feet 4 Inches, and In depth along Lime
street 94 feet, mere or less, en which 1 erected
a one-story dwelling, part brick nnd part leg ;
hydrant In the yard, fruit trees, etc.
Sale te commence ut 7:30o'cleck p. m. en said
day. when terms will be made known by
Hbxrv Siitbgrt, Anct. seplO-'iia
Fer the encnlntr of the scaen of "SO-'Sl sub
scriber would nnuounce that with Increased
facilities for handling
he will be mere ready and able te supply his
large demand from day te day us wanted.
With mere men, mere teams und mere facil
ities in every way he Is new prepared te open
anil serve the best block of OYSTERS ever his
counter, as well s deliver te any part of the
city with no extra charge for delivery.
Always searching the market through for
stock of the best kind lis flatters himself that
he can add many new customers -te his new
large trade. Ucspccllully,
DR. GREENE has successfully treated ever
800 of -the most difficult chronic (se called) in
curable cases during u seven month's practice.
The most et them ltad been the rounds of the
leading physicians of Lancaster county. New
DB. GREENE is leady at any time te meet a
committee et the Lancaster County Medical
Society at the Opera Heuse or elsewhere te dis
cuss the merits et Omnipathy Its superiority
ever nil ether pathics in vegue.
The people are greatly interested nnd de
mand the fullest investigation. Invullds are
every week dying in this county whose lives
could be saved. Is there any subject about
which the masses arc mere concerned than
restoration te health, and the prolonging of
their lives ?
Catarrh Cured Fer 50 Cents.
CUKE QUICK FOB CATAKltll SEXT TO
AXY ADDRESS FOB 50 CEXTS.
DR. O. A. GREENE,
Ne. 830 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
JiW-trdMWFftS Lnncaster. Pa.
(A Metlicine, net a Drink,)
MOrS, 1IUCHU, MANDRAKE,
AND TUB rCIUTST AND BEST MEDICAL QUALITIKS
OV ALL STHKU BITTERS.
AU Diseases of the Stomach, BewcN, Bleed,
Liver, Kidneys, and Urinary Organs, Nervous
ness, Sleeplessness, Female Complaints nnd
91,000 IN GOLD
Will be paid for a case they will net euro or
help.er ler anything impureer Injurious found
Ask your Druggist for Hep Bitters nnd free
books, and try the Bitters before you sleep.
Take no ether.
Hep Bitters Manufacturing Company,
Eechester, New Yerk, nnd Terente, Ontario.
Having made a specialty in geed
Next ll(H,t te the Court Houw,
Have opened this day large lines of
BLEACHED AND UNBLEACHED MUSLINS,
all the populer makes nt less than regular
We have lust received large lines of PK1NTS
of best quality, light and dark. In
Remnants at 5 and G 1-4 Cents.
In all the new styles.
Red, White, Grry, Canten ami Deiuet
LINENS, NAPKINS AND TOWELS, in large
CHEAPER THAN EVER !
CARPETS, . CARPETS,
HAGER & BROTHER,
Ne. WEST KING STREET,
Having closed out our entire stock of Car
pets damaged at the late fire en our premise-,
we arc new receiving a full assortment of the
very latest designs, and will be nbluto&hew
the largest and finest stock of Carpets ever
ettered in Lancaster, Including
CHOICE STYLES IX MOQUET.
DAMASK HALL and STAIR CARPETS,
With inch. 2-i and Borders
TAPESTRY RUGS and DOOR MATS.
DRUGGETS in Pattern and by the yard.
PLAIN nnd BORDERKD
COCOA MATS nnd MATTIXGS.
Linoleum and Fleer Oil Cleth.
All the Latest Fall Designs of the leading
manufacturers aud importers, and iu all qual
ities. & Estimates made and Paper Hung by re
liable psper hungers.
iievse Fuitsisuisa goods.
VLIM & BREjtEMAK
100 Gress Emit Jars,
Bought before the advance and for sale at
$1.20 PER DOZEN.
Great Bargains in
TINWARE AND HOUSE
Flinn l Breneman's
152 North Queen Street,
CHINA AJili QLASSWAltE.
OT OF WAKC FROM
NEW YORK AUCTION
Housekeepers don't miss Bargains.
HIGH & MARTIN'S,
A'0. 15 EAST KING STREET.
-TTKY LOCUER'S RENOWNED COUGH
PEIDAY EVENING, SEPT. 10,1880.
WIRE AND CABLE.
Te-Day s Telegraphic Advices.
Crime and Casually.
WIDOWS AND ORPHANS.
The Tvrritile Effects or the Colliery Explo
sion. Londen, Sept. 10. Tlie explosion in
Scaham coal mine makes 76 widows anil
28-i orphans. At 2 o'clock this meming
the first of the victims were brought te
the surface. All were horribly disfigutcil.
Fire again breke out in the pit anil re
tarded the removal of corpses. One hun
dred and thirty is the lowest estimate of
the number killed.
The latest' official statement places the
the number of killed at 147. A broken
davy safety lamp has been brought up
from the main scam and it is believed te
threw some light en the origin el the dis
aster. DISASTER AT SEA.
Foundering of n Vessel The Carge Lust but
the Crew Saved.
Bosten, Sept. 10. A private dispatch
received here te-day, dated at St. Jehns,
N. P., states that the British steamer An-
glia, Oapt. Garvie, from Bosten, Sept. 2,
for Londen, foundered at sea the 5th ist.
All hands wcre saved. The vessel and cargo
arc a total less. The cargo consisted of
333 live cattle, grain, provisens, etc.; the
whole valued at 112,000. The cattle wcre
insured in Canada. Ne particulars of the
disaster have been received.
DURNEDTOTHE WATER'S EDGE.
Destruction et a I.arge Grain Elevator.
Jersey City, N. J., Sept. 10. The large
lleating grain elevator Sciota, of the In
ternational elevator company, lying at the
lcd Star steamship deck, feet of Grand
street, took fire at two o'clock this morn mern
iug. It is supposed the iire started in the
boiler room. She burned te the water's
edge and was taken from the deck by the
fire steamboat Fuller. The less will
amount te 30,000, and is fully insured.
Cast Up by the Sen.
New Yeuk, Sept. 10. Geerge I. Cald
well, of the beard of underwriters in "Wall
street, received the following te-day from
Henry J. Titus, Fla. : "A negre and a
white man were washed ashore ; also a
life raft containing twelve persons. The
white man was much exhausted."
Te-Day's Telegraphic New.
The weavers of Lancashire have made
unsuccessful demands for higher wages.
A movement for a strike is liable te col
lapse. The performances of Triekctt, the oars
man, at Ncweastlc-en-Tync, Eug., have
been se disappointing that odds of 100
te 50 arc freely ettered en Haitian.
In the herse-aud-man test race, at Chi
cago last night, Bathman's entry passed
Byrne after the latter had retired. Byrne
has since recovered hi lead.
A quarrel- between Servian and Bulgi
rian peasants, en the disputed frontier ter
ritory, resulted in the death of six Ser
vians. In Leadville yesterday Richard Steven
son was fatally shot by Themas Morgan,
whose attentions te Stevenson's wife caused
the latter te be very jealous.
Fire in Charleston, S. C, last night,
caused the destruction of Quackcnbush's
Heur mills. Less $14,000.
Mrs. Cynthia Sargent, aged 70, a widow
living alone, was brutally murdered at
Fert Anne, N. Y., last night. Ne cause is
assigned for the crime.
Sam AYarrcn, a freighter, was brained
with an axe by unknown parties, near
R. B. Hayes and Gen. Sherman made
speeches from the balcony of the Palace
hotel at San Francisce, this morning.
Twenty-eight thousand nail makers have
struck for higher wages in East Worces
tershire and Staffordshire, Eng.
"Washington, D. C, Sept. 10. Fer the
Middie Atlantic states, rising barometer,
stationary or lower temperature, northerly
winds, clear or partly cloudy weather, pre
ceded by rain iu the western portion.
New Verk Haricot.
Nkw Yeke, Sept. 10. Heur Suite and West
ern rules steady and firm, with very moderate
expert and home trade demand ; Superfine,
gl404UO; extra de at (3 750410; choice, de..
$4 1501 Gj; fancy de., 4 705 G3: round
hoop Ohie 14 U0Q4 50; choice de 11 W
Qe 75; superfine western (340Q4 00; common
te geed extra de (3 ';ji2T; choice de de
$4 3e(i 23; choice white wheat de 14 l.r.t CO;
Southern unchanged, aud quiet ; common
te fair extra 14 S.5 'JJ; geed te choice de
Wheat heavy and JiQMc lower, with very
moderate trade demand ; N'e. 1 Wli!ti, Sept.,
$1 Oe : de Oct., 1 iX ; Ne. 2 KimI, Sept., Jl W ;
tte October, 107Jittll; tle Nev., l S5i
Cern JKc lower and fairly active ; Mixed
western spot, 50Q51c: de future. MfiMJc.
Oafs a shade lower; Ne. 2, Sept, say&WXc;
tle Nev., 3fJXfiic ; de Oct. 3sc ; State, 4-'
4sc; Western 414ic.
Philadku-hia, Sept. 10. Fleur linn but
quiet; superfine at $2 503 00; extra $.;oe
3 75 ; Ohie and Indiana family ut $55 ;
Peun'a family de f 4 75Q3 0t); St. Leuis family at
$5 SOttC 00 ; Minnesota family 5 0UQ5 Ml ; patent
and high grades 16 MQS 00.
Rye flour nt (1 (0r75.
Wheat easier : Ne. 2 Western Red $1 05 ; Pa.
Kcd (1 05 ; Amber nt $1 05.
Cern llm; steamer 5252c: 'yellow Kiy.c ;
Oats linn ; Ne. 1, White 4142c ; Se. 2,
de 40ffi4Oic; Ne. 3, tle 3Ueg3!lc; Ne. ?,
Rye scarce and wanted at 85c.
Previsions market steady: mts. perk
$H 251G 50; beer hams $19 00320 00;
Indian mess beet nt (1C 00: bacon
smoked shoulders Gfc; salt de ftgjttMc;
smoked hams l-2gi3c; pickled hums ?
Lard steady ; city kettle at 8tJc ; loose
butchers' He ; prime, steam 8c.
Euttcr scarce and advancing ; goeb demand ;
Creamery extra 2&f30c ; Creamery geed te
choice 'J5ffi27c; Bradford county and New Yerk
extra. 2G27c ; Western reserve extra 18i20c ;
de geed te choice 1517c; Rolls wauted with
no choice here ; Penu'a extra 17ffll8 ; Western
reserve extra lOQUSc.
Eggs scarce ; Penn'a at 19J4J20c; Western
Cheese firmly held and quiet ; New Yerk
full cream 13c; Western full cream 1212e:
de fair te geed HllKc; Ie hair skims 10
Petroleum firm ; refined O-Kc.
Whisky at $11(5.
Seeds Geed te prime Clever dull at $8 00
f!S50 ; Timethy firm at $2 5092 65; Flaxseed
Nw Yerk Stocks.
a. si. a. si.
I 10:15 11:10
p. sr. p. si. p. x
11:55 1:45 3.-00
3i ar se;
lOSJi 1IS.J2 108J,'
91 50 " 95
K'34 VKPi 1U$?
Michigan s. X L. S.
. 40i 2)
Michigan Cent. K. R.. M !
Chicago & N. W. 104ii 101
Chicago, M ft St. P... IB 01?i
OIK 91i 91K
jinn, a el. t. iiii.... ii
rAH s. t rAn.
Teledo Wabash.... 3S?
St. Leuis, I. M. i S. R.. 57
Ontario and Western. 24
C C. fc I. C 15. ! ....
New Jersey Central.. 79?s
Del. & Hudsen Canal
Del.. Lack. Western 9IJ
Western Union TeL. .1044
PucitlcMaU S.S. Ce.. 42-g
l ij UV
42 42 41
Jianuaiiun litevuieti. ;i
30J 30;l4 304
94I 94', XHi
Kansas & Texas...
New Yerk Central
Cleveland Jfc Pitts....
Chicago & Reck I
Pittsburgh Ft. W...
Pennsylvania R, R....
Phll'a. A Reading.....
Northern Pacific Cem
" " I'M .
Pitts., Titusv'eA B....
15. 15 14?f
MK'i 54 64
.? 33iJ 33K
30J S0J3 29&
53 53 53
15J4 13?4 15?,;
.... 37i S7J
. ort Hern central
Phil'ti&Erie R. R
Un.R. R's of N.J
Central Trans. Ce.
' ' ' r:' -
TjOR LINEN COLLARS
"IOU J:ANUY STOCKINGS
TJOR NEW STYLE
LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, CO TO
E. j: ERISMAITS,
60 NORTH UUEEN STREET.
.MPA1C.N OOODS t
New Samples ! New Styles !
Clubs ami Committees invited leeallund c.v
amine our goods before purchasing.
CAPES. COATS. HATS. CAPS, HELMETS'
TOUCHES. llAIMJES. STREAMERS,
FLACS, i'.U IM5EES. (Political
Lanterns very cheap.)
Bunting Flags of All Sizes.
Portraits of Presidential Nominees
en cloth, suitable ler Banners and Transpar
encies. FLASH TORCH.
Every Club ought le have some, even ir lliey
de net have them ler entire Club.
D. S. 13UESK,
17 East Kinjr Straet, Lancaster.
ANTEIJ.--.EVERYKODY TO ADVER-
f y iiav, mi: i uiiuii?, m ." .. m,. .
. r.... .. Al. ....... ! tin. lOTivf,rfivw
Celt, wne wants sememiug unto.
WANTED A GOOD COOK WANTED
s7-tfd 443 NOKT1I DUKE STREET.
WANTED A YOUNO MAN WANTS A
situation te attend le horses. Apply at
23 East Lemen street. ltd
A'Er AD fEIlTISEJlEXTS.
CO WEST, FOR THE 1JEST COFFEES,
j Sugars ami Teas, Best Cigars and Tobac
cos, Best Wines and Liquors, Ask for
Oalidale Pure Old Ityc Whisky.
95 per cent. Alcohol. Invigorating Tonic anil
the Hair Liquid. All at
Ne. 205 WET KING STREET.
OW READY FOR FREE DISTRIRU-
Real Estate Catalogue,
containing descriptions, locations and lowest
cah prices of ever
190 Dwellings, Stores, &c,
from $.T0O le $i",00O.
400 Choice Building Lets,
in till parts or the city.
Alse. FARMS, MILLS nnd ether country
property, all for sale en the ensie.it of terms.
Buyers ! leek te your interest. Save time
and money. Buy new ! beferu the rise iu real
estate ( which is sure te come) and select from
our large assortment. Semi ler it Catuleguc.
HERR & STAUFFER,
Real Estate and Insurance Agents,
sl0-2tdl0&15 3 North Duke street.
It. MARTIN & CO.
WE AUE NOW SHOWING
THE LATEST FALL PATTERNS
VERY LOW PRICES.
FANCY DADO TTINDOW SHADES.
SPRING AND CORD FIXTURES.
Wide Shading for Stere Windows.
MOSQUITO CANOPIES ALL SIZES.
-We respectfully belicit a call.
J. B. Martin & Ce.,
Ne. 105 North Queen' street for tlie Cheapest
and Best BOOTS AND SHOES.
105 Sign or the Uhj Shee. 105
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