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LANCASTER DAILY lNTEUlGENCERJIHTOftDAY JULY 29, 1880.
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SUMMKB LE1SUEE.
People TOhe Want te Keep Coel.
Dr. C. A. Greene and wife will return
te this city te-morrow after an extended
summer tour which has taken is Bosten,
Chelsea, Nantucket, Worcester, Leicester,
Palmer, Providence and New Yerk, of the
east. Thence they came through Lancas
ter te Cincinnati and Vancehurg, Ky.,
where Dr. G. has 430 acres of land, and
from the southwest they return te Lancas
ter via Washington.
Amelig the Lancaster ceuntiansin at
tendance upon the State teacher's associa
tion in Yerk, are J. P. Wickcrsham, B. F.
Shauh, J. P. McCaskey, J. D. Pyott, Jas.
Crawford, Miss M. B. Archer, Wm. B.
Uall, Emma Powers, Elizabeth McVcy,
E. O. Lytc, J. V. Montgomery, Jehn S.
Stahr, R. IL Buehilc.
Mrs. Sephia Wrighter and her daughter,
Mrs. Mame Shay, of Williamsport, are
.spending a season of vacation with rela
tives in this city.
A correspondent of the Philadelphia
Recerd, writing from Bedford, was ".struck
with the dignified presence of a lady whom
I afterward ascertained te be Mjs. Harriet
Lane Johnsten, the wife of a banker in
Baltimore and the niece of President
James Buchanan. She presided at the
White Heuse for her bachelor uncle before
the war, aud was perhaps mere talked
about and praised for her beauty than any
woman of the time in Amcrici. She is
still a woman of magnificent carriage.
Fer her Bedford Springs must pos
sess a peculiar chaim. Her uncle
summered at the springs every year from
1810, until his death except during the in
terval that he was abroad as minister te
England, and during his presidency the
summer capital was located at Bcdfei d.
An Englishman relates a chaiaeteristiu in
cident that occurred atBedfeid. President
Buchanan arrived at the hotel before his
room had been prepared. When the Eng
lishman get a peep at the nation's niler the
old man was hilling en his trunk outside
the deer waiting for the servants te make
the bed. This i.. probably true. There
was a rugged .simplicity about the m.m
and there has always been a primitive style
of living at the hotel."
Jlr. 1). P. Lechor, of the banking house
of I). P. Lecher & Sen, left yesterday for
Cape May. He took with him his stylish
four-in-hand tumeur, all line thorough
bred horses, drag and barouche, which
will deublcss create no small sensation as
they spin along the beach. Dr. llitz, of
the Neic Etj, accompanied Mr. Lecher.
Mr. J. V. Campbell, the v. ell-known
tobacco buyer, left en the day express,
yesterday, for a two weeks stay at Caje
May and Atlantic City.
3Iajer A. S. Edwards, stai ted te-day for
Newark, X. J. He will visit New Yeik,
Ceney Island, Lake Hopatcong. and will
take a trip up the Hudsen before his re
turn. IIIK TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION.
Jlote Lancaster Comity lMticyleis Se tl.e
Frent.
Ill the stale association meeting in Yeik
yesterday Prof. E. O. Lyte, of Millersville,
read a paper en ' Teachers' Studies and
Degrees," in which he deplored the fre
quency of careless examinations. Prof.
Buchrle, of this oily, thought th.it the
mistakes made in the normal schools u-ie
in 'allowing tee many fe pass because of
the want. of a mere stiiel examination.
Prof. J. S. Stahr, of FrauKliu and Mar
.shall college, icad a paper en 'Women
vs. Men as Teachers," in which he
paid high tribute te the efficiency of
female teachers. Prof. Dowcnhewer lead
a paper en teacher's rcspesibility and Miss
Jehnsen en moral culture. The associa
tion elected the following officers for the
ensuing year : President, Jesse Newlin, of
Schuylkill county ; Vice Presidents, S. II.
Prethcr, of Venango, and Mrs. 31. B.
Archer, of Lancaster ; Secretary, J. P. Mc
Caskey, of Lancaster ; Treasurer, Jehn
Merrow, of Pittsburgh.
Mihliler Circuit.
Jehn D. Mishlcr has an immense adei
tiseinent of his circuit in the New Yerk
Mirror, a weekly dramatic paper. He
gives in it the list of attraction. played by
him last year, and states that many of
them will again play ever his circuit dur
ing the coining season. He also gives the
population of each town en the cireuit with
the name and seating capacity of each
opera house together with the names of
ene leading hotel, the baggage hauler and
bill pester. Lancaster is set down en the
list as liaviu a population of 30,000
Mr. Mishicr has booked a large number
of entertainments at Fulton epeia house
and he will play a large number of excel
lent companies.
Driving Accident.
Last evening after dark Cyius II. Col Cel
vin, the well-known liveryman, was driving
along North Mulbcry street near Chestnut";
there are a number of piles of stones lying
in the street at this place, which arc being
broken for street purposes, 3Ir. Celvin
did net see the stones and his buggy shuck
one of them and was upset. He was
thrown out and slightly bruised. After
going te the City hotel, where he beards,
Dr. J. L. Atlce jr., was sent for when it
was found that in the fall that one of 3Ir.
Colvins ribs had been displaced. The
physician gave him the necccssary atten
tion and he is new doing well. The buggy
was net broken as Mr. Celvin held fast te
the horses, and they did net 1 un
The Ge-as-you-please at Yerk.
The pedestrian match at Yerk commences
te-night, aud besides these already men
tioned Gus. Hickman, of Yeik, will stait.
The track has been measured off and it re
quires twenty-eight laps for a mile. Beth
Schcid and Geitcr of this city are reported
as being in geed condition and both are
confident of winning.
Mere Caiapmcctiiig Accommodation.
The Reading railroad company have
made arrangements by which the train
which leaves King street at 3:35 in the af
ternoon will run through te Landisville.
Persons can return by this read en the
train which arrives here at 8:20 in the
evening.
Held Under AcUibcnient.
This morning James Muivinc and Her
man Ehrhait, the men in whose possession
a let of chickens and a can of lard were
found en Saturday morning, had a hearing
before Alderman McConemy who held
their case under advisement.
Pay Up.
Saturday will be the last day en which
au abatement of 5 per cent, will be allowed
en the payment ofscheol tax. The treas
urer, Mr. W. O. Marshall sits daily at his
store, Centre square, for the reception of
taxes.
Flae Cattle.
The Bereaf Brethers, of Philadelphia,
who are extensive butchers, have pur
chased a fine drove of cattle from Christian
B. Herr, of Maner township, who is known
as the "Cattle King." They were deliv
ered this week. There were fifty-five head
in the herd and their average weight was
1,C50 pounds. This is one of the finest
lets of cattle that ever left the county.
Tub Race.
On Saturday afternoon a tub race will
take place in the Conestoga at GraefFs
Landing. The enterance fee is $3 and there
are a number of entries already.
Mayer's Court.
This morning the mayor had eue drunk
who was sent te jail for 30 days.
He ! Fer Niagara.
Popular excursion and grand pleasure
trip te Niagara Falls en Tuesday, August
3. Tickets geed te go either en the 4th or
5th and geed for 15 days, te return en any
of the regular trains. Fare for the round
trip $10. Train leaves Lancaster (King
street) at 7:55 a. m., Columbia 7:55 a. m.,
ever the popular route Philadelphia &
Heading. 'Lehigh, and New Yerk, Lake
Eric & Western railroads. Fer particulars
sec pregramme at Westhaefler's book store
and depot. 2td
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Wonderful Cures.
Ki:v. r. W. Rixiiiielz. Wneca, Minn., used
tin- St. Jacob's Oil In the case of a lady or his
congregation who had been bed-ridden with
Rheumatism for seventeen years. She used the
Sr. Jacob's Oil ler three days, and was able te
leave her bed.
Mil i:. SciiAKixit, Ne. 31 Brown blreet, Alle
gheny City, la., had the Rheumatism for eight
years, and hail used every known medicine
without relief. A single bottle of St. Jacob's
On. cured him.
Uustav A. llr.ir.MAS, E-q.t Kdlter or the
J'ltt.sbitrgh Republican, sull'ered with Rheuma
tism fet two year, and lay many a night un
able te bleep en uccountef tei i iblu pains. Twe
bottle-, el St. Jacob's Oh. cured him.
Mr. V. Wii-ke, Laliiyettc, Inil., report-, a case
uheicuinansiiuVit-dse badly with Rheuma
tism that he could wt move. His leg- wcre
Mtelluuaud hi: lu ! the most ten ibis pains.
Twelve hours aftei the first application or the
St. Jacob's Oil the p.iin-, were gene and the
-.welling had di-upi eared.
Mi:. IIlniiy SciiAi:ri:i:, Millersburg, Ohie, was
cuieiiet Rheumatism in the hip.
M il F. K. Witt, CIc eland, Ohie, Rheumatism
in the U rj. Cured alie- three applications.
Mb. Henry Li:it, Patriot, Ohie, had such
pain in hi shoulder that he could notmevo.
St. Jaieb's Oil cured him alter a few applica
tions. Mitb. VutMA Gl'ekcm ans, aged 59 years, liv
ing in Kecliester, X. Y., Rheumatism in legs;
could net walk. Ued one bottle el St. Jacob's
Oil and felt, as slie asserts, like new-born,
CIIM--TIA 1Iam, Esq., Young-lewn, Ohie,
U lull et joy ever the wonderful cure of lib
wife bv hi. Jacob's Oil. Ter twelve long years
she had suffered with Neuralgia in the head,
and ellcn had the uiet terrible pains. Half a
bottle of t. JacebVi Oil cured her entirely.
Mi:. Wm. Hi:inhai:it, Klniere, Wis., reports us
fellow s: St. Jaceii'.-, Oil is really a wonderful
remedy, for I could mention dozens et cases
where il lias proved its magical influence. One
case in particular 1 will stute: I knew umiin
who ha sutleied with Rheumatism for the fast
twenty-four years, m of late he could hardly
move around. After using a few bottles et St.
Jacob's Oil he was entirely cured.
II. m:im. V.-i., Seutli Adams, Massachusetts,
write-: Allew me te inform you hew much
geed Sr. Jacob's Oil has done in this ncigli ncigli
bei heed. A woman hid the Khcuinatbm se
badly that she could net evun attend te her
wash. Three applications et St. Jacob's Oil
c-uied her. Her joy .seemed te have no bounds.
Xe i-w indler shall shave us except it be w itli
Cutii-iir.i Sliming Seap.
Leve l ules the eemt, the camp, the grove.
Hut this we Hnd wheie'er we love.
That SOOIIOXT alone .supplies
The dazzling teeth and ruby dyes.
That lend a maiden hair the charms
That win her te her lever's arms.
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Xursing mothers and delicate females gain
strength li em Malt Hitlers.
special notices.
"samplk netici:.
It is impossible for a woman after a faith! ill
course el treatment with Lydia E. Pinkhaiu
Vegetable compound te con tin no te sillier
with a weakness el the uterus, tnclose a
stamp te Mrs. IdiaE. I'inkham, 233 Western
aenue, J.ynn, Mats., ter pamphlets.
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Try Lecher's Hcnowned Cough Syrup.
Honored and Itlcsscd.
When ill mm 1 1 of eminent physicians and
chemists announced the discovery thut by
combining bente well known valuable reme
dies, the most wonderful medicine was pre
duced, which would cure such a wide r.iuge of
ili-ea-es thai most all ether remedies could be
dispensed with, n my were sceptical ; but
proel of itsmeritsby actual tiial has dispelled
all doubt, and te-day the discoverers of that
great medicine. Hep Hitters, arc honored and
blessed by all bcnclaeters. jylC-2wd&w
Try Lecher's Uenewned Cough Syrup
"They cannot all lie," was the observation
of one while reading th endless testimonials
te " Or. Llndscy'a Bleed Searcher." It is In
fallible. Coughs.
'Rreim's Bronchial Troches" are used with
adan!agc te alleviate Coughs, Sere Threat,
Hoarseness and Bronchial Affections. Fer
thiity years tliec Troches have been In use,
with annually increasing farer. They arc net
new anil untried, but, having been tested by
wide and constant use for nearly an entire
generation, they have attained well-merited
iank among the fewstapleremedlesef theage.
The Tlireat.
"Brown's Bronchial Troches"1 uct directly
en the organs efthe voice. They have an ex
traordinary elFeet inall disorders erthe Threat
and Larynx, restoring a healthy tone when re
laxed, either ireni cold or over-cxcrtlen of the
voice, and produce n clearand distinct enunci
ation. Speakers and Singers llnd the Troches
useful.
A Cough, Celd, Catarrh or Sere Threat re
quires immediate attention, us neglect often
times ic-sults in some incurable Lung Disease.
' Brown's Bronchial Treches'''' will almost in
varinuly give relief. Imitations are offered for
sale, manyet which are injurious. The genu
ine "Brown's Bronchial Troches" arc sold
only in boxes. janl5-lyd&wTu,Th&S
Try I.eclicr's Kenewned Cough Syrup.
J. r. Davis, of Portsmouth, Ohie, sold In
one year fourteen thousand boxes of " Sellers'
Liver Pills." Try them.
AViue for Sickly Persons.
Spew's Pert Grape Wine is unexcelled by
any ether In its mellow juiciness, richness et
fhu or and brilliancy et color. Physicians say
it is superior te imported Pert ler invalids,
and in summer it is mere agreeable and re
lieshing than elarct. Clergymen use it, for its
purity, as a communion wine. Tins wine is
well-known and highly appreciated for weakly
icmales and aged persons, and for communion.
Tills w ine is endorsed by Drs. Atlce and Davis,
and sold by II. E. Slaymal-er. lrlG-2td&w
An Old Man's Blessing.
The following letter has been addressed te a
w liter for this paper:
Hellt, X. J., June ISM.
Dear Sib I am nn old man, seventy-seven
years et uge, ami for three or four years I have
had Diabetes, which kept growing worse and
worse. I discharged an enormous amount of
water, the quantity seeming te increase week
after week, and my strength growing less and
less, lerced mc te think that I must seen die,
which I certainly should have done had I net
taken Warner's Sale Diabetes Cure, which 1
was induced te try upon recommendation of a
lriend who had used Warncr'sSatc Kidney and
Liver Cure, and was cured by it. 1 have used
the Safe Diabetes Cure, it has cured me, audi
think it is the best thing In the world.
Yours truly,
jylC-2wd&w M. X. Steddaiw.
Try Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup.
JL Gnat Enterprise.
The Hep Bitters Manufacturing Company
is one et Rochester's greatest baslribss enter
prises. Their Hep Bitters have reached a sale
beyond all precedent, having from their In
trinsic value found their way into almost every
household in the land. Graphic.
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Try Lecher's Kenewned Cough Syrup.
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!! !
Are you disturbed at night and broken et
your rest by a sick child suffering and crying
with the excruciating pain of cutting teeth?
Ii se, go at once andgctabottleef MRS. WIXS
LOW'S SOOTHIXG SYBUP. It will relieve the
peer little sufferer immediately depend'upen
It; there Is no mistake about it. here is net a
mother en earth who has overused it, who will
net tell you at once that it will regulate the
bowels, and give rest te the mother, and relief
and health te the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe te use in all cases, and pleas
ant te the taste, and b the prescription et one
et the eldest and best female physicians and
nurses in the United States. Sold everywhere
25 cents a bottle. jl7-lyd&wM.WAS
POLITICAL.
Second Ward.
The regular meeting of the Second ward
Hancock nut! English club will be held at their
club room, second story el J. A. Sprengcr's,
North Queen street saloeon, this (Thursday)
evening, at 8 o'clock. Full attendance is re
quested. IJy order of
GEO. XAUMAX, President.
J. B. McGisjcis, ) s;ecrcl..rw
J. li. Lichtt, J feecrcianc .
Third Ward Democrats, Attention I
This evening at 8 o'clock the Democrats el
the Third ward will meet at Efllngcr's saloon,
corner of Seuth Oneen and Vine streets, te
consider and act upon the recommendations
of the general conference committee, at the
meeting last night, witli regard te the adop
tion of uniforms, and for the transaction el
ether important business. A full attendance
is desired.
Sixth Ward.
The Democracy of the Sixth ward will held
their regular meeting at the Schiller house.
North Queen street, te-morrow (Friday) even
ing, at 8 o'clock.
Seventh Ward.
The Hancock and English club of the 7th
ward meets te-morrow (Friday) evening, at 8,
o'clock, at Kuhlman's saloon, Ileckland street
It is desired that there be a full attendance.
The Junier Hancock and English c-lub of the
"th ward will meet at Utzinger's saloon, Mid
dle stiect, at 8 o'clock Friday evening, when
they propose adopting the uniform of the club.
Ninth Ward.
Tiic regular stated meeting or the Hancock
and English club wiil be held at their club
room, second story of Arneld Haas's saloon,
North Queen street, to-meirow (Friday) even
ing, at 8 o'clock.
Yeung Democratic Pele liaising.
The young Democrats of the Seventh ward
will put up a pole this evening at the corner of
Locust and Freiberg streets. Henry lflunk
nieier, naniei Kurtz, cnancs iticni.
Kilclu Ut, Jehn Utzingcr and Frederick Matt
dug the hole after 11 o'clock last nljht.
FOE PRESIDENT :
GEX. WINFIELD S. HANCOCK,
OF PENNSYLVANIA.
FOB VICE PRESIDENT:
HON. WILLIAM H. ENGLISH,
OF INDIANA.
The great principles or American lib
erty arc still the lawful inheritance or
this people, and ever should he. The
right of trial by jury, the habeas corpus,
the liberty of the press, the freedom of
speech the natural rights of persons aud
the rights of property must be preserved.
11 INFIELD S. HANCOCK,
Huj. Geu.Cemd'gdept. Ls. aud Texas.
State Electoral Ticket.
ELECTORS.
It. E. MOXAGHAX,
W. II. PLAYFOKI).
JOHN SLEVIX.
E. A. PUE.
J. M.CAMPIIELL.
GILLES PALLET.
JOHN X, MOFFET.
EDWIX WALDOX.
NATHAN C.JAMES.
GEOlMiE FILBEKT.
JAMES G. McSPAltltAX.
DR. ALFRED J. MAKTIN.
ADAM GEKIIIXGKK.
FltAXK TUKXEIt.
P.J. MKMIXGGIIAM.
II. E. DAVIS.
GEORGE A. POST.
A. M. BENTON.
J. P. LI X TON.
COL.
J. O.
JOHN S. MILLER.
SAXTOX.
C. X.
. ItOU ER.
J. A.
J. IIUCIIANAX.
CHRISTOPHER MAGEE.
ROI5ERT M. GIBSON.
THOS. BRADFORD.
HARRY W. WILSON
SAMUEL GRIFFITH.
J. ROSS THOMPSON.
DKMOCKATIC STATE TICKET.
TOR Sl'l'IlEME JUDGE.
GEORGE A.J ENKS.
FOR ACDITOR GENERAL.
ROBERT P. DECHEKT.
DKMOCKATIC COUNTV TICKKT.
FOR CONGRESS.
J.L. STEIXMETZ.
FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY.
d. Mcmullen.
FOR SENATOR (ljtll DISTKIcT.)
J. B. DOUGLASS.
FOR ASSUVIILV (2ll DISTRICT.)
S. C. STEVENSON,
S. P. SHIRK.
FOR ASSKMItLY (3d MSTKIlV.'.
AMOSD1LLER,
R. DAVIS YUNDT,
JACOB M. IIAENLEX.
FOR TRISOS INSPECTORS.
BARTON M. WINTER.
BEXJ. MILLER.
FOR rOOR DIRECTORS.
A. J. SXYDER.
JOHN FRANCISCL'S.
Withdrawn.
NEW Alt riiUTlSESUSXTS.
TOBACCO KAISKKS' NOTICE.
The Penn'a Mutual Hail Insiirnnce Com
pany is new ready te bind the insurance, and
issue policies against hail damage te tobacco.
Rates reduced. Insure before it ls tee late, at
BAUSMAX & BURXS'S. liu. Agents.
Office, 10 West Orange Street.
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PUBLIC SALE OF llOKSES.
On SATURDAY, JULY 31. 13S0, will be
sold at the Merrimac Heuse. Xertli Prince
street. Sixteen Head of KENTUCKY HORSES.
from 4 te 7 years old, all well broken te har
ness; geed steppers; among them a few
matched team. A credit of 60 days will be
given. Sale te commence at 1 o'clock.
Jy29-2td JOHN SIDES.
105
LADIES AND GENTS
It you want a
105
GOOD PITTING BOOT OR SHOE,
Ready-made or made te order, call at
F. HIEMENZ'3,
Ne. 103 Xertli Queen Street.
Custom Wei k a Specialty. ic2"S&Wtfd
100 Tens of Rags Wanted,
Fer which the highest price will be paid.
2 CEXTS PER POUXD FOR GOOD
MIXED RAGS.
The highest price paid for Woolens, Old
Taper, Beeks, Ac. Ten Rag Assertcrs wanted'
te whom the highest price will be paid.
JOHN A. SHOBER,
Cor. North Queen and Orange Streets,
Jy9-ltdR) 7ancaster, Pa
CAMPAIGN GOODS !
Capes, Caps, Helmets, a variety of Tin and
Metal Torches, Ceal Oil by the Barrel, Resin
and Political Torches, Political Flags and
Streamers. Chinese Lanterns with names el
Candidates, Muslin Flags et all Sizes, Badges,
Ac.
Bilii Hags of all Sizes.
FIREWORKS
EVERY DESCRIPTION.
We invite Cluls, Committees and ethers te
give us a call.
D. S. BUKSK,
17 East King" Street, Lancaster.
NEW AJDrEETISEMEHTS.
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.
WATCH REPAIRING,
MUSICAL BOX REPALNING,
CLOCK REPAIRING,
JEWELRY JOBBING,
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.
.VI'IF ADVERTISEMENTS.
105
GO TO
105
F. HIEMENZ'3,
Ne. 103 North Queen street for the Cheapest
and Bet BOOTS AND SHOES.
IOS Sign or the Bur Shee. 105
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Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham,
OF LYNN, MASS.,
Has Hafla ttie Discovery !
Her Vegetable Compound the Savier
of Her Sex.
Health, Hepe and Happiness Re
stored by the use of
LYDIA R PINKHAMS
Vegetable Compound,
The Positive Cure Fer
All Female Complaints.
This preparation, at its name signifies, con
sists et Vegetable I'repcrtics Hint arc harmless
te the most delicate invalid. Upen ene trial
the merits of this compound will be recognized.
as relict is immediate; and when Us use Is con-;
tinned, in nincty-nlnc cases In a. hundred, a i
permanent cure is enacted, as thousands will
testily. On uccountef its proven meriLs.it ls
te-day recommended and prescribed by the
best physicians in the country. i
It will euro entirely the worst form of falling
of the uterus I.cucerrham, irregular and pain
lul Menstruation, all Ovarian Troubles, In In
llummatien and Ulceration, Floediugs, all Dis
placements and the consequent spinal weak
ness, and is especially adapted te the Cbange
or Life.
In tact it has proved te be the greatest and
best remedy that has ever been discovered. It
permeates every portion of the system, and
wives new llte and vier. It removes falntncss,
llatulency, destroys nil craving ler stimulant),
and relieves weakness of the stomach.
it cures Bleating, Headaches, Nervous Iros Ires Iros
tnitien, General Debility. Sleeplessness, De
prcssien and Indigestion. That fecllngef bear
ing down, causing pain, weight and backache,
is always permanently cured by Us use. It
will at all times, and under all circumstances,
act In harmony with the law that governs the
female system.
Fer Kidney cemptalnts of elthcr sex this
Compound is unsurpassed.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
is prepared at 233 and 115 Western Avenue, I
Lynn, Mas. Fricefl. Six bottles for $5. Sent
ny man in mc term ei puis, also in ine ierm ei
lozenges, en receipt et price, $1 per box, for
cither. Mrs. PINKIIAM Irceiy answers all let
ters of inquiry. Send ler pamphlet. Address
as above. Mention this paper.
Ne f.iinlly hheuld he without LTDIA E.
PINKHAM'S I.1VEU PII.1.S. They cure Con
stipation. Biliousness and Torpidity of the
Liver. 25 cents per box.
Johnsten, Holleway & Ce.,
(.cnerul Agents, Philadelphia.
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THE LANCASTER
ln.s been enlarged te a
DOUBLE SHEET,
Of Eight Columns te the Page, mak
ing it nearly Deuble .its For Fer
mer Size, and the
Largest Newspaper in the State.
ITS SUBSCRIPTION PRICB RBUAIXS
TUB SAME,
$2.00 A YEAE,
A L WA YS IX AD VAXGE.
THE INTELLIGENCER,
IS ONE OF THE LEADING DEMOCRATIC
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ZEGAL NOTICES.
ESTATE OF HERMAN MILLER, LATE
of the city of Lancaster, Lancaster coun
ty, deceased. The undersigned Auditor, ap
pointed te distribute the balance remaining
in the hands of Louisa Miller and C. F. Siebcr,
executers of the will of said Herman Miller,
deceased, te and among these legally entitled
te the same, will sit ter that purpose en SAT
UKDAV, AUGUST 7, 1880, at 10 o'clock a. m., in
the Library Roem of the Court Ueuse, In the
city of Lancaster, where all persons Interested
In bald distribution mav attend.
OEORGE NAUMAN,
jyJWUdeaw Auditor.
ASSIGNED ESTATE OF MICHAEL H
SHIRK and wife, of East Cocallce town
ship. The undersigned Auditors appointed te
distribute the balance remaining in the hands
of Israel V. Mcntzcr and Daniel NIssley, as
signees for the bencllt of creditors, te and
among these legally entitled te the same, will
sit for that purpese en THURSDAY, AUGWST
12, 18S0, at 10 o'clock, a. m., in the Library
Roem et the Court Heuse, in the City of Lun
caster, wlieie all persons interested in said
distribution may attend.
AND. M. FRANTZ,
A. J. EBERLY,
THOMAS J. DAVIS,
JylS-Itdeaw Auditon.
ESTATi: OF ELIZAIIETU OURBKCUT,
lute et Lancaster city, I'e., deceased .The
undersigned Auditor, appointed te distribute
the balance remaining in the hands et Wm. II.
Gerrechtand Mr3. Ann L. Gall, executers et
the lest will and testament of said Elizabeth
Gerrccht, deceased, te and among these legally
entitled te the same, will sit for that purpose
en SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1880, at 2 o'clock
p. in., in the Library Roem et the Court Heuse,
in the city of Lancaster, where all persons in
terested in said distribution may attend.
A. J. EUERLY,
Jv9-4tdeaw Auditor.
ESTATE OF LEWIS HEFTING. SB.
late of Lancaster city, deceased. Toe un
dersigned Auditor, appointed te distribute the
balance remaining in the hands of Martin
Kempt', trustee te sell the real estate of said
decedent, te and umeng these legally entitled
te the siunc, will sit fertliat purpose en TUES
DAY, AUGUST 10, 1SS0, at 2 o'clock p. in., in
the Library Roem of the Court Heuse, in the
city of Lancaster, where all persons interested
n said distribution may attend.
G. C. KENNEDY,
J yO-itAeaw Auditor.
STATE OF rillLIF SCUUM.VaTE OF
the city of Lancaster, deceased. Letters
of admlstratien en eaid estnte having been
granted te the undcr-igned. all persons in
ebted thereto are requested te make lmms
dlatc settlement, and these having claims or
demands against the same will present them
without delay ler settlement te the under
signed, residing in said city.
JOHN E. SCHUM,
CHARLES HOLTZWARTn.
Mi Bnesius, Administrators.
J. B. Geed, Att'ya. Jy21-6tdeaw
ASSIGNED ESTATE OF ANDREW JOHE
and wite, et East Lampeter township.
The undersigned Auditor, appointed te dis
tribute the balance remaining In the hands of
Calvin Cooper, Assignee, te and among these
legnlly entitled te the same, wiil sit ler that
purpose en THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1880,
at 10 o'clock u. in., in the Library Roemot
the Court Heuse, in the city of Lancaster,
where nil per-ens interested In said distri
bution may attend.
JNO. A. COYLE,
JylMtdeaw Auditor.
ESTATE Or Dlt. ISENJAMIN MISULKK,
late of Lancaster City, deceased. The
undersigned Auditor, appointed by the Or
phans' Court el Lancaster ceuntjVPa., te dis
tribute the balance remaining in the hands of
Elizabeth Mishlcr, Administratis et said de
ceased, te anil among these legally entitled te
the same, will attend ler that purpese ON
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11th, at 10 o'clock
a. m.. In the Library Roem of the Court Heuse,
In City et Lancaster, I'a., where all persons in
terested in said distribution may attend.
Jyl0-4tdlnw B. F. DAVIS, Auditor.
INSTATE OF MARY CRAMER, LATE OF
li Strnsburg, Lancaster county, deceased.
The undersigned Auditor, appointed te dis
tribute the snare given te Catharine Cramer,
dccetsed, during her lite, in the estate of said
Mary Cramer, deceased, te and among these
legally entitled te the same, will sit for that
purpose en TUESDAY, the 10th day et
AUGUST, 1SS0; at 10 o'clock a. m., in the
Library Roem et the Court Heuse, in the city
Lancaster, where all persons interested In said
distribution mav attend.
C1IAS. R. KLINE,
Jc2S-3tdv3tw Auditor.
IN THE COURT OV COMMON PLEAS OF
Lancaster County.
Mary A. Jliller by her next"
friend, Elizubctli Huber, I Feb. Term, 1880.
v. f Ne. 15.
Benjamin Miller. J
And new Dec. 23, 1879, en mo
tion of Samuel II. 1'rlcc, esq., the
Court appoint J no. Amweg, esq.,
examiner, te take testimony.
Attest: E. McMELLEN,
Prothenotaiy.
Benjamin Miller, tnkc notice that deposition
of witnesses will be taken en behalf of the
plaintiff, en the 12th day of AUGUST, 1830, be
tween the Hours et 10 e clock a. m. and 3 o'clock
p. m. et Fniti day, at my ettlce, Ne. 23 Seuth
Duke street, Lancaster. I'a., when and where
you may attend if you think proper.
JNO. M. AMWEG,
Jy22-3tdeaw Examiner.
JN THE COURT OF COMMON VLEAS OF
. Lancaster County,
nlen Nntienal Mt. Jey Bank ) Jan. Term, 1880.
vs. 5 Ne. 33.
Henry Kurtz. ) Ex. Dec.
The undersigned Auditor, appointed te dis
tribute " the money scciucd by mortgage, exe
cuted te Walter M.Frunklln,csq.," bvingeftlie
proceeds irem the sale of the above named dc
lendnnt's real estate, te and among such lien
creditor or creditors as may be legally entitled
te the same, will sit for that purpose en WED
NESDAY, the 11th day el AUGUST, 1880, at 10
o'clock, A. M., In the Library Roem or the
Court Heuse, in the City el Lancaster, where
all persons Interested in said distribution may
attend. NEWTON L1GUTNER,
iyC-lteaw Auditor.
WANTED.
WAJSTED .EVERYBODY TO ADVEK
tlsc, free of charge, In the Istbiaiobh Istbiaiebh
cir, who wants something te de.
WANTED-A SITUATION IN A DRUG
Stere by a young man from Philadel
phia. 3 years experience. Geed reference.
Address C. SIIULMYER,
C02 North Queen Street.
BOARDERS WANTED. GOOD BOOMS
with Bearding, at
Ne. 116 NORTH PRINCE STREET.
jy27-lwd
IAGS! RAGS! RAGS '-RAGS WANTED
Kt Housekeepers take notice that we are
paying 2 cente a pound for MIXED RAGS,
Cash paid as seen jw delivered te
WM. HENNECKE,
aDr9-3md Ne. 215 West King Street.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
THE-
Lancaster Orp Matf aclery
Without a doubt furnish the FINEST IX
STRUMENTS in the Market, Worereoms 320
North Queen street, Manufactory in the rear.
Branch Ofllce, 15$ East King Street.
Alex. McKiilips, Proprietor.
Alse Agcntter Lancaster County for
CIIICKERING & SON'S Celebrated
PIANOS.
A Full Line et Sheet and ether Music, Small
Instruments, Violins. Banjos, Band Instru
ments, Ac, always en hand. fl3-lydSAlyw
AETMcCANN, AUCTIONEER OF REAL.
a Estate and Personal Property. Orders
left at Ne. 33 Charlette street, or at the Black
Herse Hetel, 44 and 46 North Queen street, will
receive prompt attention. Bills made out and
ttended te wl thoutjulditlenal cost. eSMy
THIRD EDITION
THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 20, 1880-
WEATHER INDICATIONS.
Washington, July 29. Fer tbe Jfcw
England and the Middle Atlantic states,
increasing cloudiness, possibly occasional
rain, northeast te northwest winds, sta
tionary temperature and stationary or
lower barometer.
ENGLAND'S EASTERN ENEMIES.
RelnfercarDeaU for India Urglac Sir Gar
net Welaeley for CeramaBder-in-Cbiaf
la ArghaaUtaa.
Londen, July 29. The viceroy has
been advised by telegraph that the gov
ernment will send out icinferccmens te
India.
The Morning Itett urges that Sir Garnet
Wolseley be sent te Afghanistan te assume
chief command.
The British Kent at Candahar.
Londen, July 29. The correspondent
of the Standard says : " The news from
Candahar has caused immense excitement
and consternation throughout India. It
had been regarded se certain that General
Burrows's force was perfectly capable of
opposing Ayoob Khan's irregulars that no
shadow of anxiety was felt for his safety.
The viceroy summoned his council in haste
the instant the news of the disaster ar
rived, and although some hepe was express
ed that the report of the losses had been
exaggerated, there is nothing in the
latest news at hand te encourage the hepe
that any considerable body of infantry at
least has escaped. The chief anxiety at
present is for the safety of Canadahar.
The less of this city would be a terrible
blew te us and a frightful misfortune te
the inhabitants, as the city would certainly
be pillaged and destroyed by Ayoob Khan's
troops. Frem Cabul wc learn that com.
plicatiens are arising at Ghuzuce,
and thcre can be no doubt that the
defeat will exercise an immense effect en
the situation at Cabul. It is considered
certain that Ayoob Khan's attitude will
modify the resolution te leave Abduraha Abduraha
men Khau te establish himself, aided only
by money, and that the evacuation must
be delayed. Opinion is unanimous as te
the absolute necessity of a complete re re
vindicateon of our arms."
Troops En-Reute for Bombay.
Londen, July 29. The troops new un
der orders for Bombay are the Thirtieth
regiment, the First battalion of the
Twenty-third regiment and the King's
Dragoon Guards from the Cape of Geed
Heme. The Indian troop ship Euphrates
was te leave for Bombay in August, the
Malabar and Jumna were te leave in Sep
tember, and the Serapis and Crocodile in
October. Twe of these vessels can be
ready in a week.
THE TURF.
Te-day's Racing at Saratoga.
Saratoga, July 20 The weather is very
pleasant and the attendance large. First
race, Girefle, first ; Dan Spaing, sec
ond ; Susquehanna, third.
Second race, Ferncliffe, lirst; Elias
Lawrence, second ; Dawn, third.
Third Race, Governer Ilampteii, first ;
Red Man, second ; Terrer, third.
YELLOW JACK.
An Infocied Vesxel En Reute Frem Havana
te New Yerk.
Washington, July 29. The following
despatch from Havana was received by the
National beard of health te-day: "The
Spanish bark Pleaten sailed from Havana
July 23, for New Yerk, having several of
her crew sick with yellow fever. She is
considered te be infected."
ILLICIT DISTILLERS CAPTURED.
Moonshine Business In the Tar Heel State.
Washington, D. C, July 29. The fol
lowing telcgarmiras received te-day by the
commissioner of internal revenue from S.
I. Yeung, collector of internal revenue at
Raleigh, N. C. : Deputies Moero and
Pennington captured three illicit distilleries
in Chatham county. The defendants arc
new before the United States commissioner
for a preliminary examination. "
THE REPUBLICANS.
Cameren's Consplclens Absence from the
Committee Meeting.
Philadelphia, July 29. The Rc
publcan state central committee
assembled here at ten o'clock. Senater
Cameren was net present, it being stated
that his absence was due te illness and
severals speeches were made by Wm. R
Leeds denying that Cameren and McMancs
were net working in harmony.
KNIGHTS TEMPAK.
The Coming Conclave at Chicago Magnili
cent Preparations.
Cuicaoe, July 29. Preparations en a
magnificent scale arc being made here for
the reception of the Knights Templar at
their conclave which begins August
16. About fourteen hundred tents are
being erected at the camp.
THE BEAR OLD BOILER.
It Explodes Again With the Usual Result.
Lewishure, Pa., July 29. This morn
ing the boiler of Bielmyer & Blair's port
able mill, near Fowlerstown, blew up,
killing a man named Burns and severely
injuring two ether men. The mill is in
ruins.
Fight Between Mexicans and Indians.
Washington, D.C., July 29.-Despatches
say a fight occurred about three days age
between federal troops of Mexico and
Victeria's band, en Mexican soil. Six
soldiers were killed. Gen. Ord is watch
ing the frontier closely.
THE OLD STORY.
A eung Weman Suicides by Drowning.
WfLKESBAnRE, Pa., July 29. Alice
Bright, aged 24, committed suicide by
drowning this morning.
Escape of Prisoners from Mew Yerk Jail.
New Yerk, July 29. Five prisoners
escaped from the county jail last night by
digging through the walls.
Lard Refinery Damaged by Fire.
St. Leuis, July 29. Jehn King's lard
refining establishment was damaged by
fire last night te the extent of 115,000.
Dr. Tanner's Condition Much Worse.
New Yerk, July 29. Decided change
for the worse in Dr. Tanner's condition to
day. M
ARCUS O. 8KHJUSK,
HOUSE CAB.PBNT.BR,
Ne. U0 North Prince street.
Prompt and particular attention paid te al
ration and repairs, sl3-lyd
TAEKETS.
New verk Market.
Nkw Tour, July 2D. Fleur State and West
ern firm ; moderate expert and hame trade
Inquiry ; state at $i 80QA 50 ; extra de at 4
450: choice, de., t ee&i 00; raney
$3 1036 23: round hoop Ohie 95 10Q5 75;
choice de 55503700; superfine western $3800
4 50: common te geed extra de SI 2034 60;
choice dodo U 7037 00; choice white wheat de
H505 00; Southern firm and steady; com
IP ,r.-ra!r exUa a)6 5 BOed te choice
W W MJ W.
de Oct. II
Cern a shade better and quiet : Mixed west
ern spot, 45243c; de future 47fi49c.
Oats a shade stronger and quiet; state 350
43c; western 33tic:Ne. i, Aug., 33c; de
Oct, 3tc.
Philadelphia Market.
PHiLADXtraiA, July 29. Fleur strong super
fine at $2 503 : extra at 3fi3 50 ; Ohie and Indi
ana family ut5 50G 25; Penn'a family at 15509
5 G2 : StT Leuis family 5 50KC 25 ; de old, $2 25
4'i5: Minnesota family fj 736 50; patent and
uikii grain's ?u auQS 29.
Eye flour at W 50.
Wheat tinner en short demand for July
shorts ; Ne. 2 Western Red il 1S1 15J4 ;
Penn'a Red SI U1 15 ; Amlwr 91 I4$l 15i.
Cern steady for local use ; Yellow scarce ;
Steamer 48c ; yellow 52c ; mixed 550Kc.
Oats steady ; Ne. 1. White 4-iKe ; Ne. 2, de 42c :
Ne. 3, de5$t3:c; Ne. ?, Mixed 3Gc.
Rye New 70c ; old 75c.
Previsions steady ; mess perk at $14 50015 ;
beef hams 2l 50 22; India mess beet 11600;
bacon, smoked shoulders 5gGc; salt 55c;
smoked hams ll12c ; pickled hams DKfg'j&c.
wm sin-iuy ; cuy KCIIIO SC : lOOSO
te
New
Yerk extra. 24c: Western reserve extra IT
19c;dogeod te choice 14 lc ; Rolls scarce ;
Penn'a extra 13 17; Western reserve extra
1517c.
Eggs scarce ; Penn'a lCc ; Western 15c.
Cheese firm; New Yerk full cream 10c:
Western lull cream 8?9c; de fair te geed
7i:c; de half skims 77Kc.
Petroleum llrni ; rcllncd ShC
Whisky SI 10.
Seeds Heed te prime Timethy $2 90Q3 00 ;
Flaxseed at $1 2T Clever at at $7 7528 25.
Stock Markets.
PniLADBXFHiA, July 29.
12:30 r.x.
3:00 p.m.
Stocks Irregular.
PcniiaG's (thin! issue) 1;
Philadelphia & Erie 15
Reading 9
Pennsylvania &?
Lehigh Valley.
United Ces. et N. J
Northern Pacific
" Preferred..
... 52fe52!4
...lt2
Neriucrn Central 34A,Q.1i
i.euign -Mivigauen x:4
Norrlstewn 102
Central Transportation Ce. 4t4'J
Pitts., Tltusville & itutrnle. 12
Little Schuylkill 43;
New Yerk, July .
Stocks strong and buoyant.
iUeiiCy ajfayf
N. Y. Centra 131
C lit 41
Adams Express U
Michigan Central 'My,
Michigan Southern 10t
Illinois Central lOTVi
Cleveland A Pittsburgh 120
Chicago Jt ReckLdnnd ill
Pittsburgh A Fert Wayne. Villi
Western Union Tel. Ce 108'i
Teledo ft Wabash 41
New Jersey Central 7tiJ
Ontario Western 2i
United States llends and Sterling .Exchange
(Quotations by 15. K. Jamisen Jt Ce., S.
W.
uer. zuaiui uucsmuisirecisj.
PniLADKLrniA. July 29.
United StutesC's, 1881, (registered). .101'fllM,
United States 5's, 1S81, (registered). AOW&i
United States 4'4's, 1891, (reglatercd)Hl$IIH?
United States 4J4's.I91,(couiens).. .llllllll
United States 4's, 1907. (registered). .loejiooig
United States Currency 's 125 fi12B
Sterling Exchange 483 !8
MEDICAL.
CUTICURA
BLOOD AND SKIN
REMEDIES.
Whalnre Skin and Scalp Diseases hut the
evidence et internal Humer ten times mero
ditllcult te reach and cure, which lleats in the
bleed and ether lluid, destroying the delicate
machinery et Me and filling the body with
foul corruptions.
CcricuitA Reselvent, the new Bleed Purifier,
CtmcnuA, a Medicinal Jelly, assisted by the
CcTictm Medicinal asd Toilet Soai, have
performed the most miraculous cures ever re
corded In medical nnnals.
ECZEMA RODENT, SALT RHEUM, &c
Eczema Rodest. F. IT. Drake, esq., agent for
Harper and Brethers, Detroit, Mich., gives an
astonishing account of his case (eczema ro
dent), which had been treated by a consulta
tion of physicians without bencllt, and which
speedily yielded te the Cutlcura Remedies.
Salt Ruecm. Will McDonald, 1315 Buttcr
lield street, Chicago, gratefully acknowledges
a cure et fait rheum en head, neck, lace, arms
and legs for seventeen years: net able te alk
except en hands and knees for one year: net
nl.le te help himself for eight years; tried hun
dreds of remedies; doctors pronounced his
case hopeless ; permanently cured by the Cutl
cura Remedies.
I'seriasis. Thes. Delancy, Memphis, Tenn.,
afflicted with psoriasis for nineteen years;
completely cured by Cuticnra Remedies.
Rinhwerm. Gee. W. Brown. 48 Marshall
street. Providence. R. I., cured et n ringworm
humor get at the barber's, which spread all
ever the cars, neck nnd lace, and for six years
resisted all kinds of treatment; cured by Cu
tlcura Remedies.
CtrnctmA Remedies are prepared by WEEKS
ft POTTER, Chemists and Druggists, 360 Wash
ingten street, Bosten, 21 Frent street, To Te Te
eoneo. Ont., and 8 Snow HID, Londen, and are
for sale by all Druggists. ,
MALT
BITTERS.
UNFERMENTED
MALT AND HOPS!
Bloeb Poverty. The cause of the debility te
be met with in every walkef lifemay be traced
te Poverty of the Bleed. Toe close applica
tion te business or study, late hours, dissipa
tion, want et exercises or sleep, have enfeebled
the digestiva organs and rendered the bleed
thin, watery nnd powerless te fulfil the great
mrpesc for which it was created. What shall
cdenc? Live a regular and wholesome life
aud take MALT BITTERS. This matchless
Renovator of feeble and exhausted constitu
tions is rich in the elements that go te nourish
nnd strengthen the bleed. It perfect diges
tion, stimulates the liver, kidneys and bowels,
quiets the brain and nervous forces, and In
duces refrc-hing sleep.
MALT BITTERS are prepared without fer fer fer
mentolien from Canadian BARLEY MALT and
HOPS, and warranted superior te all ether
forms of mult or medicine, while free from the
objections urged against malt liquors.
Ask ler Malt Bitters prepared by the 3Ialt
Bitters Company, and sec that every bottle
bears the Trade MXrk Babel, duly SloaEeand
enclosed in Wave Lines.
MALT BITTERS are for sale by all Drug
gists. tyl-lmdWASAw
OK SALE OK KENT.
WANTKU IMJHK.DIATKLY.-A MEDIUM
Size Brick Heuse and let with all the
comforts of a home. Address A. H., Istxlli Istxlli
eescek Ofllce, stating lowest cesh price and
hew seen possession can be given, full partic
ulars. Ac. Jylfrtfd
TJKOrOSALS.
X Sealed proposals will be received at the
County Commissioners' Office until MON DAY,
AUGUST 9, IStOut 12 o'clock in., te inrnlshat
the Court Ilensc en or before October 1, isae,
SIXTY TONS et the best quality Lehigh or
Baltimore Company Broken Ceal.
The Commissioners reserve the right te re
ject any or all bids.
By order of the Commissioners.
Attest, I. N. S. WILL,
JyiJ-3td Clerk.
IDNEYWunr JTORSALE AT LOCH
. en' Drag Stere, 9 East King attest.
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