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LANCASTER JUIL 1NTELUGENCER. JUESDAY ATfGST3;i8
People Who Want te Keep Coel The Ni
At the King street depot this morning
there was quite a large throng present te
witness the departure of the excursionists
te Niagara ever the Philadelphia & Head
ing and Lehigh Valley routes. Between
twenty and twenty five tickets had been
sold and these who left en the 7:55 train
were as follews: Miss Kate Kelly,
Miss Mary Ann McGrann, Miss Agnes
Kelly, Miss Kate Dougherty, Miss Lydia
Fliuii, Mrs. R. A. Malene, of this city ;
Miss Maggie Wade, of Elizabethtown, and
Miss Kcrus, of Mount Jey ; Messrs. J. F.
Itickscckcr, Jehn . Malene and Christ
Ilgclgans, city : Clias. C. Ilensel, Quarry
villc ; Daniel Helm, New Providence ;
Samuel Stewart, New Prevideuce ; Reu
ben Leng, Mount Jey, and William Weeds,
Leaman Place. Besides these,Mr. William
Wiley, of Bair & Shenk's banking house,
and Mr. Frank L. Sprecher, left
this afternoon, and there are probably
several ethers who will leave later, the
tickets, if purchased te-day, being geed te
go cither te-day, te-morrow or Thursday,
and te remain fifteen days.
The following is a partial list of
the persons who left for the same point
via Pennsylvania railroad this morning at
1 1 :05. the whole number of tickets pur
chased having been forty-five and two
II. E. Slaymakcr and daughter ;
H. A. Sch reycr and wife : C. A. Gast of
the Examiner ; Tobias Reyer, A.M. Fran tz,
esq., Harry I lines, Daniel M. Moere, Dr.
Day, Jehn II. Evans, Mis. Jehn J. Evans,
Miss Evans, Miss Marutta Evans, Miss
Lillie Evans, Miss Ella Musser, Miss Mag
gie Reese. Miss Anne Beinbergcr, city ;
Senater Ames II. Mylin, West Lampeter;
Rev. D. B. Shuey and wife, New Provi
dence ; Jehn Masen and wife, Salisbury ;
Dr. Jehn S. Martin and two daughters,
Georgetown ; Mis Landis, Bird-iu-IIand.
B. J. MeGratin's family arc at Bed
ford Springs ; se also is Dr. Cottrell, of
Denegal Furnace, and his family ; and
.Mrs. James Myers, daughter and se.i, of
Norwood, near Columbia.
THE YBATKS INSTITUTE.
New Scheel Kulldlng at Cerner or Walnut
and Duke Streets.
The trustees of the Yeatcs Institute,
having wmie time age purchased the fine
property, corner of Duke and Walnut
sti eets, have commenced the erection of a
huge biick school building en the let ad
j ining the old building en the premises,
at present used for the double purpose of
a schoolroom and residence for the princi
pal of the institute Rev. Jehn G. Mulhol Mulhel
luid. Tue new school building will be 65 feet
in length and 5J3 feet in width. It will
front en Duke street, but be set back from
the street line about GO feet, se that it will
have in front of it a fine lawn of that
depth. The building will be two-stories
high, the Duke and Walnut street fronts
both te be of pressed brick with sand
stone base and steps. The first fleer will
have a hall running through the centre of
it from west te east, and en cither side of
the hall will be arranged class rooms (five
in number) and a coat room. At the cast
end of the hall will be a stairway leading te
the second fleer, which will be a single
room te be used as a study hall. This
room will have an arched ceiling fully
18 feet from the fleer.
It will be well lighted ami ventilated
and heated in the most approved manner.
In addition te the main entrance en Duke
street, there will be a side entrance en
Walnut street. The new building will
cost about $5,000 and will be finished
about the 15th of October, and when fin
ished will be one of the most commodious
and comfortable school buildings in the
The Yeatcs Institute was projected and
endowed by the late Cathcriue Yeatcs. It
was designed as a school te prepare boys
for admission into any college, preference
being given te tho-se whose inclination and
talent fitted them for the Episcopal min
istry. After seasons of varying prosperity
and adversity the school was closed
seme ten years age and only re
opened in 1877. It started with 19 pupils
and under its excellent management the
number has been increased te 30. Wbcn
the new building is completed it will ac
commodate a much larger number. The
old building adjoining, a very commodious
structure, will be used by the priucipal as a
residence, and as a bearding house for
thee among the pupils who may require
A Team Almest Struck by an Engine.
This morning Newton McCartney was
(hiving a horse belonging te A. B. Shnjfler
which was hitched te a buggy, up North
Queen street. When he reached the
crossing of the Pennsylvania railroad at
the depot, he attempted te cress. Just at
t'.iat moment theengine of mail train, Ne.
2, which was running backwards and haul
ing two cars, put in an appearance. Mc
Cartney did net see the train nor the
watchman, who beckoned te him te stay
back. The train was net running fast,
and as seen as McCartney saw it he pulled
the right line of the horse and suddenly
wheeled the animal into the depot through
which he drove te Christian street where
he drove out, thus escaping without the
least injury te the buggy or the horse.
A large number of persons witnessed the
escape and all were positive that both man
and horse would be killed. When McCart
ney cleared the track the engine was but a
few inches from the buggy, and it was only
through his coolness and presence of mind
that he escaped with his life.
Rape Case Dismissed.
Christian Nixderf, 19 years of age, was
arrested yes-terday en a charge of attempt
ing te commit a rape en a live-ycar-eld
daughter of William Gast of Maner street.
The child was examined by a physician,
who found that an attempt of the kind had
been made, but it was unsuccessful. The
child stated that Nixderf was the guilty
p.ury. The hearing was te have taken
place before Alderman Dennelly, of the
Eighth ward, last evening, but the little
girl's father, who was the prosecutor,
failed te appear, and it was dismissed. It
is said that friends of the young man who
was charged with the crime, interested
themselves in his behalf and' induced Mr.
Gast net te appear against him.
This morning the mayor sent one drunk
w he had been before him several times
during the past month te jail for fifteen
days. Anether drunk was discharged
en payment of costs, and two vagrants
who had sought lodging were left off.
E. J. Zahm's jewelry store, comer of
Centre Square and North Queen street,
presents a rather dilapidated appearance
just new, the reason being that Mr. Zahtn
has found it te be necessary te greatly en
large and entirely refit his place of busi
ness, and te de se required an entire re
modeling of the building. The partition
which heretofore divided the ground fleer
into two storerooms has been tern out, and
Mr. Zahm will hereafter occupy the entire
space. New yellow pine floors are being
laid and the front of the building will be
remodeled and made mere attractive. The
new store room will be about 30 by 30 feet,
elegantly furnished with new show cases
of unique design, and all the appointments
and appurtenances will be of a high style
of art. The second fleer will be used as a
clock room, and the third fleer as a manu
factory of clocks and watches. The im
provements will icquire two or three
weeks te finish, and until that time Mr.
Zahm will be obliged te "worry through"
by using the second and third stories
A Child Chokes te Death.
Last evening a little daughter of Samuel
Aungst, who resides en the Ilarrisburg
turnpike about a mile cast of Mt. Jey,
choked te death. She was eating au apple
and get a piece of it in her windpipe.
Efferts were made te get it out but it was
of no avail and the girl seen died. Dr.
Hiestaud of Mt. Jey was sent for when the
girl began choking but before he arrived
the girl was dead. Corener Mishlcr re
ceived a telegram this forenoon and he
left en the 10 o'clock train te held an in
quest en the remains.
Coiencr Mishler returned from Mount
Jey at 3 o'clock this afternoon. lie held
an inquest en the remains of the child and
the jury rendered a verdict in accordance
with the above facts. He says that the
occurred about 5 o'clock last
The little girl was three years
Conductor Rebert Achegen Killed.
This afternoon, between one and two
o'clock, Rebert Acchsen, CDtiducter of
a construction train en the Pennsyl
vania railroad, was almost instantly
killed in cempanys yard West Philadelphia.
The circumstances as telegraphed are that
Achcsen was walking en the track and
that his train while backing struck him en
the back knocked him down and ran ever
him, cutting off both legs and otherwise
mangled him se severely that he died seen
Deceased was a native of this county, a
son of Charles Acheson, "a well-known
farmer, residing at Mechanics Greve, Dru-
Sin. Jens 15. IIvland, of Trey, X. 1'., suffer
ed Willi Rheumatism for tun months se badly
tlmt lie could hardly nilse His arms or legs.
Tried n bottle ei St. Jacob's Oil, and the relief
Soldiers and Sailers1 Club.
The soldiers anil sailors of the city who are
favorable te the election of Hancock and Eng
lish will meet in Sprenger's hall en Tuesday
night te organize a veteran association.
St. Jehn's Free Chnrch Picnic.
A "Sunday-school and congregational picnic
will be held at Lititz, en Thursday next, the
train leaving the upper Heading railroad depot
at 8 o'clock. It will be a basket picnic; ndult
tickets, .Wc.: children, 35c. Fer sale at church
lecture room this aud te-morrow evening.
The aged and infirm arc strengthened and
faculties brightened by Malt Hitters.
A Witty Customer
went te u drug stere and asked ler SOZO
DOXT. The storekeeper said " We're out of
that, but here is something lust as geed." The
practical customer said, ' Xe you don't," and
walked out te a neighboring stere and get a
bottle of SOZODONT. uuMwdeed&w
Fer tender and inflamed faces Culicura
Shaving Seap is worth its weight in geld.
It is impossible for a woman after a faithful
course of treatment with T.ydia K. Pink-ham's
Vegetable Ceiupnlind te continue te sutler
with a weakness et the uterus. Enclose a
stamp te Mr. Lydia K. l'inkham, 233 Western
avenue, Lynn, Mats., for pamphlets.
Try Lechcr's Renowned Cough Syrup.
Constipation, sick headache, and biliousness
cured by " Sellers' Liver Fills." Try them.
25 cents per box.
Hundreds of Ladies.
Who have been unable te attend te their du
ties owing te periodical sickness, have found
Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure a real
"friend in need. IScing a purely vegetable
compound and containing all the elements et
safety as well as these of power, it has become
universally popular. During the summer es
pecially. It is a certain preventive for the nu
merous Kidney, Liver ami Urinary troubles
incident te the season. All druggists sell it,
anil none except these in perfect health can af
ford te be without it- nu2-2wd&w
Try Lechcr's Renowned Cough Syrup.
Statistics prove that twenty-nvc ier cent
of the deaths In our larger cities are caused by
consumption, and when wc reflect that this
terrible disease in its worst stuge will yield te
a bottle of Lecher's Ucnewned Cough Syrup,
shall we condemn the sutferers ler their ncgli.
gencc, or pity tliem for their ignorance? Se
! Kast King street.
"Brown's Bronchial Troches" are used with
advantage te alleviate Coughs, Sere Threat,
Hoarseness and llrenchial 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's Bronchial Troches"1 act directly
en the ergaus of the voice. They have an ex
traordinary effect in all i tiserders of the Threat
and Larynx, restoring a healthy tone when re
laxed, cither tram co-d or ever-exertion of the
voice, and produce a clcarand distinct enunci
ation. Speakers and Singers lind the Troches
A Cough, Celd, Catarrh or Sere Threat re
quires immediate attention, us neglect often
times results in some incurable Lung Disease.
Brown's Bronchial Treclies " will almost in
variably give relief. Imitations are offered for
-a!c, many et which are injurious. The genu
ine 'Brown's Bronchial Troches" are sold
only in boxes. Janl5-lydAwTu,TliAS
Try Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup.
.Mothers! Mothers!! Mether).!!:
A re yen disturlied at night and broken el
your rest by a sick child suffering and crying
with the excruciating puin et cutting teeth?
It se, go at once and geta bottle of MRS. WINS
LOW'S SOOlHINU SYKUP. It will relieve the
peer little sufferer immediately depend upon
it; there is no mistake about it. Ihereisiieta
mother en earth who has ever used it, who will
net tell you at once that it will regulate the
bowel.-., 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, ami is the prescription el one
et the eldest and best female physicians and
n urses in the United States. Sold everywhere'
25 cents a bottle. Iil7-lyU4wM.W4S
Try Lecher's Ucnewned Cough Syrup
Every one will find a general tonic in
"Lindsey's Improved Bleed Searcher." All
druggists sell it.
Heat aa Sickness.
During the het and sultry weather an un
usual amount of sickness prevails in every
community, especially among females and
children, caused by the fermenting miasma
gas or nitrogenous matter floating J:i the air.
arising from decaying vegetation. This bad
air aflects everything we eat, and engenders
In It a seml-fermentatleu, which, when taken
in the system Is like leaven, and operates en
the whole, starting in ihe be wels and seen pro
ducing u violent fermentation, causing diar diar
reoea and dysentery. It lias been found that
that the use of Speer's old Pert Grape Wine of
New Jersey has an extraordinary effect In
checking this fermentation and restoring the
system te its original strength and vigor. In
valids ami debilitated persons have leund
It the most nutritious and strengthening tonic
in the market, and the greatest help in resist
ing the poisonous effects of the vitiated atmo
sphere. This wine, se long established, has be
come the standard wine upon which physi
cians rely as the most rich in body and genuine
in character, containing the greatest amount
of medicinal properties with the least intoxi
cating qualities. Speer's vineyanN produce a
larger yield this year than usual, and he has
reduced the price of his wine that any person
can new purchase it of druggists fru $1 per
bottle. Nene of this wine is bottled until it is
four years old. Gazette.
This wine is endorsed by Drs. Atleu and
Davis, and sold by II. E. Slaymakcr.
Ite Wise and Happy.
It you will step ull your extra vasaut and
wrong notions in doctoring yourself and fam
ilies with expensive doctors or humbug cure
alls, that de harm always, and use only na
ture's simple remedies ler ull your ailments
you will be wise, well aud happy, and save
great expense. The greatest remedy for this,
the great, wise and geed will tell you, U Hep
Bitters rely en it. Sec another column.
MA Mil AG VS.
On the 2d inst., by Rev. F. A. Oast, I). I)., Mr.
Jehn Schacffcr, of I'hiladelphiu, te Miss Emma
C Frey, of Lancaster.
Pesra In Lancaster. la., en Sunday. Aug.
1, I860, Eliza Pentz, in the (Will year of her age.
The relatives ami friends of the family are
respectfnlly invited te attend the filarial fiem
her sister's (Mrs. Jehn Troyer's) residence, Xe.
233 West Walnut street, en Wednesday alter alter
neon, ut 2 o'clock. Interment at Woedwuid
Hill cemetery. 2td
Democratic County Committee.
The Democratic County Committee will
meet In this city en MONDAY, AUGUST 23,
18S0, at 10 a. m., in the City Democratic head
quarters. Southwest angle et Centre Square.
A lull attendance Is urgently requested.
W. U. 1IENSISL, Chairman.
D. McMuixex, i
B. S. Pattiex, Secretin ies
W. Haves Cm kk. uu3-d,v,w
City Conference Committee.
The Democratic city campaign committee
ami the conference committees et the several
wards will held a private session in the club
rooms, southwest corner of Centre Square, en
Wednesday evening, August.'), at 8 o'clock.
W. U. HKNSKL, Chairman.
AThe Yeung Men's Hancock nnd English club
of the 7th ward will meet this evening at Jacob
Utzlnger's saloon, Middle street, at 7 o'clock.
By order or A. ST EI X W AND E L,
The Eighth ward club will held a mee;ing
te-morrow (Tuesday) evening.at Lucas Fi itz's
saloon. Important business will he transacted
FOB PRESIDENT :
WINFIELD S. HANCOCK,
FOB VICE PRESIDENT :
HON. WILLLUl H. ENGLISH,
The great principles of American lib
erty are still the lawful inheritance or
this people, ana ever should hv. The
right eftrialJiyjiiry, the habeas corpus,
the liberty of the press, the freedom of
speech, the natural rights of persons and
the rights of properly must be preserved.
WIIXPIELI) S. HANCOCK,
Haj. rJcn.Cemd'glJept. La. ami Texas.
State Electoral Ticket.
W. II. PLAYFOKI).
E. A. PUE.
JOHN X, MOFFET.
JAMES J. McSPAItltAN,
JUL ALFBEI) .1. MARTIN.
J'. J. BIltMINGUIIAM.
II. E. DAVIS.
GKOUCK A. POST.
A. M. BENTON..
.1. P. LINTON.
COL. JOHN S. MILLER. .
J. O. SAXTON.
CM. BO WE It.
J. A. J. BUCHANAN.
KOllEUT M. UIISSON.
HARRY W. WILbO.V
J. ROSS THOMPSON.
DLMOC1CATIC STATE TICKET.
VOlt SUrilKMK JUIlOK.
UEORUE A. JENKS.
FOR AUDITOR GENERAL.
ROBERT P. DECHERT.
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET.
J. L. STE1NMETZ.
FOR DISTRICT ATTORN BY.
VOIISBNATOR (Mill DISTRICT.)
J. B. DOUGLASS.
FOB ASSEMBLY (2d DISTRICT.)
S. C. STEVENSON,
S. P. SHIRK.
FOR A88KMMLY (:M DISTRICT.!
it. DAVIS YUXDT,
JACOIS M. HAENLEX.
FOR PRISU2T INSPECTORS.
BARTON M. WINTERS
FOR FOOR DIRECTORS.
THE YATES INSTITUTE,
LANCASTER, PA. (Endowed.)
A Church Scheel for Beys. Prepares for
higher Colleges and Universities.
KEV. JOHN G. MULIIOLLAND.
M. A. T. C. D., Principal.
A few boarders can be received who will
have the special care and oversight of the Prin
cipal. The next term begins SEPTEMBERS,
100 Tens of Rags Wanted,
Fer which the highest price will be paid.
i CENTS PER POUND FOR GOOD
The highest price paid ter Woolens, Old
Paper, Beeks, Ac. Ten Rag Asserters wanted
te whom the highest price will be paid.
JOHN A. SHOBER,
Cor. North Queen and Orange Streets,
yO-tnlR 'ancastcr, I'a
PROPOSALS TO CONTRACTORS AND
B nil tiers. Sealed proposals, endorsed
" Proposals for the erection et a Scheel Build
ing," will be received by the undersigned at
Ne. 29 East King street, until MONDAY,
AUGUST 16, 1880. at 12 o'clock m., for erecting
a Scheel Building en West James street, ad
joining the property of Mr. Kalil. Said build
ings te be built in accordance with the plan
and specifications of Frank L. Davis, architect,
te be seen at Ne. 29 East King street, and tin;
building te be finished by December 16, 1880.
The committee wBlnotcensiderany bids ether
than these made by reputable and competent
master builders, and will require satisfactory
security ter the faithful fulfilment et the
nunc. Builders are required te name .their se
curity in their proposals. The committee re
serve the right te reject any or all bids net
deemed satisfactory. By order or the Commit -tee
en Scheel Property.
;IL E. SLAYMAKER.
Among the many advantages gained by der 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
trustsd 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 Silver bought, taken in exchange, or made into new goods.
H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 West King Street.
ri'OKACCO RAISERS' NOTICE.
1 Tlie Penu'a Mutual Hail Insurance Com
pany Is new ready te bind the Insurance, nnd
issue policies against hall damage te tobacco.
Bates reduced. Insure before it is tee late, at
BAUSMAN A UUKNS'S. Ins. Agents.
Ollice, 10 West Orange Street.
PUBLIC SALK OF TOBACCO.
Will he sold at public sale en MONDAY,
AI'OUST in, I860, ut the Lancaster County
Prison, a large let et Leaf Tobacco, consisting
of Cuttings, Stripping, etc Sale positive.
Sale te commence at 2 o'clock p. m.
By order of the Beard.
Whereas, The Honorable JOHN B. LIV
INGSTON. President, and llonerablti DAVID
W. PATTERSON'. Associate Judge et tile
Court of Common PIcas,in urn! for the county of
Lancaster, and Assistant Justicesef the Courts
of Oyer and Terminer anil General Jail De
livery and Quarter Sessions of the Peace, in
and ter the county of J.uucastcr, liavu issued
their precept, te me directed, requiring me,
among oilier things, te make public proclama
tion throughout my bailiwick, that u Court et
Oyer and Terminer and u General Jail Deliv
ery, also a Court of General Quarter Sessions
et tin Peace and Jail Delivery, will commence
In tha Court Heuse, in the city of Lancaster in
the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, en the
THIRD MOXDAY IN Al'GUsT (1!), 18SU.
In pursuance of which precept public notice
is hereby giveo'te the Mayer ami Aldermen et
the city of Lancaster, in the said county, and
all the'Justices of the Peace, the Corener und
Constables, of the euid city and county of Lan
caster, that they be then and there in their own
proper persons, with their rolls, records and
examinations, und inquisitions, and theirether
remembrances, te de these things which te
their efnees appertain in their behalf te budene;
nnd also all tuese who will prosecute against
the prisoners who are, or then shall be, in tint
Jail of said county of Lancaster, are te ha then
and there te prosecute against them aa shall ha
Dated at Lancaster the 22d day et July,
JACOIS S. STRIN'E. Slieiili.
Kj The following changes in tin- southeastern
aud southwestern sections of 1 uncustcr city
ure made, us dliccted hv court, and m:iy be
seen in the eflicc of the Clerk of Quarter Ses Ses
seons: 1. linger street, east of Queen street, moved
southward, its width increased leWl feel, ex
tends east ward, cutting off a small corner of
Woodward Hill cemetery; thence bending
north ward along fence ; thence te Seuth .street.
2. Se '- - s-t east of Queen, Yerk street,
north c -- .. Ilager street and adjacent
alley, a i.
:!. Wi.i.n hi neuth Christian street, from
Church street te Middle street, is changed te
4. Seuth Duke street, ut southeast corner of
King, narrow ed 18 Inches te conform te pres
.". Plum street extended southward te Jehn
street of widtli of SO feet, and Jehn street, from
King street te Plum street, narrowed te 2 ) feet,
as at present.
6. Woodward street widened te 40 feet, as
new laid out.
7. Beaver street, at southwest corner of Con Cen Con
estega street, narrowed one loot, making it as
8. High street continued te Mifllin alley, and
thence te Mulberry sticet; MitHiu alley wid
ened en north side te the width of High street.
!. Water street continued southward from
German street te the line et old Water street,
dellceting te the west.
111. Huger street, westward from Queen street,
te the bend near Leve Lane, narrowed te XI
11. Alley west of Prince street, from Andrew
street te Furnace street, narrowed te 14 feet,
aud runs parallel te and 150 feet west of Prince
12. Pearl street, from Columbia avenue te
Maner street, widened 80 feet, and east line
thereof moved eastward along Columbia ave
nue, 102 feet 0 inches. The street, as changed,
sturts at Columbia avenue, directly opposite
College avenue,aud continues parallel te Pearl
street, as laid out en original plan.
IS. The alley between Columbia avenue and
First street moved southward 40 feet, between
Pearl street und West End avenue.
These changes, as made, will be adopted, un
less exceptions are Hied en or before tlin third
.Monday m August next.
By order et the Court.
.Aiicni: ur.u. y. i-.ii.i,
Deputy Clerk Quarter Sessions,
Brandy as a ledicine.
The following article was voluntarily sent te
Mr. II. E. Slaymakcr, Agent for lieigart's Old
Wine Stere, by a prominent practising physi
cian et tills county, wiie has extensively used
the Brumly referred te in his regular practice.
It Is commended te the attention of iliesi; in
Indigestion and Dyspepsia.
BRANDY AS A MEDICINE.
This new much abused Alcoholic Stimulant
was never intended as a beverage, but te be
used as a medicine of great potency in the cure
of some of the destructive diseases which
sweep away their annual thousands of victims.
With a purely philanthropic motive we pre
sent te the favorable notice et invalid espe
cially these afflicted with that miserable dis
ease Dyspepsia, a specific remedy, which is
nothing mere, or less than
The aged, with feeble appetite aud mere or
less debility, will find this simple medicine,
when used properly,
A Sovereign Remedy
erall their ills and aches. Be It, Iieacvci
strictly understood that we prescribe and use
but one article, and tln.-t Is
REIGARTS OLD BRANDY,
Sold by our enterprising young friend, II E
SLAYjIAKER. This Brandy has steed the
test for years, nnd has never fulled, as far
us our experience extends, und we therefore
give it the preference ever ull ether Brandies,
nemauerwitn new many jaw-u reusing jrrencu
titles they arc branded. One-fourth of the
money that is yearly thrown away en various
impotent dyspepsia specifics would suffice te
buy ull the Bmndy te cure any such case or
cases, in pi oef el the curative powers et
Reigart's Old Brandy,
In ceses et Dvsnensia. we can summon num
hers of witnesses one case in particular we
A hard-working farmer had been aillictcd
with an exhaustive Dyspepsia for a number of
years; his stomach would reject almost every
kind et loed; he had sour eructatiens con
stantly 110 appetite in fact, he was obliged te
restrict his diet te crackers and stale biead,
und as u beverage he used McG mini's Reet
Beer. He is a Methodist, und then, us new,
preached ut times, ami in his discourses often
declaimed earnestly against all kinds of strong
drink. When advised te try
Reigart's Old Brandy,
In his case, he looked up with astonishment,
hut after hearing of its wonderful etlects in
the cases of some of his near acquaintances, he
ut lust consented te fellow our advice. He
used the Brandy faithfuHy and steadily ; the
first bottle giving him an appetite, and before
the second was taken he was a sound man. with
a stomach cupuble of digesting anything which
he chose te cut. He still keeps it und uses a lit
tle occasionally; and since he has this medi
cine he has been of very little pecuniary bene
fit te the doctor. A Pbactiuihe Phvsiciajt.
H. F. SLAYMAKER,
Reigart's Old Wine Stere,
Established In 1785,
1XPORTXB AMD DEALER IS
FINE OLD BRANDIES, SHERRIES, SUPE
RIOR OLD MADEIRA, (Imported in 1818,
1837 and 1828.) CHAMPAGNES O
EVERY BRAND, SCOTCH ALE
PORTER, BROWN STOUT.
Se. 29 EAST KINO ST.. LANCASTER. PA
Y. M. C. A. EXCURSION
On FRIDAY, AUGUST 6th, 1880.
Via Penn'a RaUread.
FARE FOR BOUND TRIP: Yerk, $3JM;
Marietta, $3.10; Columbia, $3.00; Mountville,
.t.00; Robrerstewn, S3.00; Landisvllle, $3.00;
Lancaster, $2.7.) ; Leaman Place. $163 ; Kinzer's,
$2..V : Gap, $2.45 ; Christiana. $2.35 ; Parkcsburg,
$2.2(1; Coatesville, $2.05. Ad tickets geed for
SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES: Marietta. 4:40
a. m.; Watts, 4:45; Chiques, 4:40: Columbia, 5;
Mountville, $5:10; Bohreistewn, 5:19; Dlllcr
ville, 5:25; Lancaster, i 5:33 ; Wltmer. 5:43 ; Blrd-ln-liund,
5:52; GnrdenvKle, (i02; Leaman
Place, 6:0G ; Kinzers. 6:15 ; Gap, G:21 ; Christiana,
6:27; Atglen, 6:31; Parkcsburg. 6:40: Pomeroy,
r.:4l; Coatesville, 6:52. Arrive at West Phila
delphia at 8:10 u. m.
LaiiiHsvlllc passengers will coir.e te Lancas
ter en the Fust Line, which will leave Landia
Fer further particulars sec small bills and
circulars, or address either of the Excursion
D. C. IIAVERSTICK,
D. S. BUBSK.
The famous mammoth three-deck Steamer
Leaves Itacc Street Wharf at Tle. m., arriving
at Cape May about 12 p. m. Returning, leaves
Caiic May at 3 o'clock p. ui., gtvingauiple time
ter bathing or a drive en the beach. A full
Brass Band and Orchestra Music for dancing.
Parler Entertainments varied weekly. Lunch
eons und Refreshments in abundance. Din
ners ami suppers provided. Oysters and Fish
served ter supper a tew moments after taken
from the water.
Fare for the Keuud Trip
SUNDAYS Will leave Race Street Wharf at
1 a. in.
P. S. A Bread Gauge Steam R. R. will con
vey passengers te Cuimj Island in 8 minutes.
Tickets for sale at
CH AS. H. BAKU'S,
c2S-2indAw CENTRE SQUARE.
fOH SALE OR UEf1.
"lirANTKi i..IM.DIATELY. A MEDIUM
Size ISrick Heuse and let with ull tha
comforts of a home. Address A. B., Imtxlli Imtxlli
eenceic Office, stating lowest cash price and
hew seen possession can be given, full partic
ulars, 4c. jylSMfd
. The second story et Eshlemun 4 Rath Rath
ven'a Banking Heuse, ut Centre Square, and
also a room en second story, opposite the
Penn'a U. R. Depot, en Chestnut street.
it. F. ESHLUMAX,
f23-2td4Stt Atternev-at Law
PUBLIC SALE WILL BE SOLD AT
public sale en FRIDAY, AUGUST 13th,
ut Philip Wull's Green Tree Hetel, West King
street, a Let of Ground and Twe-Story Brick
Heuse en Maner street, known as the "Hu
mane Engine Heuse." The let is 2.) by 30 feet,
mere or less. Sale te commence at V o'clock
p. iu., when terms will be made known.
JACOIS GUNDAKER, Auct.
EVERYBODY TO ADVKR-
T T Use, free et charge, in the Ih-kixiexv-
cue who wents something te de.
WANTED A GOOD GIRL TO DO UKN
eral housework en a farm within half a
mile of the city. Apply at this office. uug2-2t
WANTED A SITUATION aSUARDNEK
Can work en farm, tuke care of horses
milk cows. Very best of reference given. Ap
ply at this office. ltd
FIRST-CLASS MKEAO AMU CAKc
Baker wants a permanent position. Call
or address 751 Fremont street, city. aug2-2td
1 HOARDERS WANTED. GOOD BOOMS
X.J with Bearding, ut
Ne. 146 NORTH PRINCE STREET.
RAGS I RAGS! BAGS WANTED
Housekeepers tuke notice that we arc
paying 2 cents a pound for MIXED RAGS.
Cesh paid us seen us delivered te
anr9-3md Ne. 235 West Kim; Street.
O. S. SHIRK'S
203 WEST KINO 8TBEET,
Has tli Largest and Cheapest Stock et all
kinds CARPETS in Lancaster, ever
100 Pieces of Brussels
en hand, as low as Sl.OO and upwards.
Carpetsmade te order at short notice,
also pay iu cents ter Extra Carpet Rags.
49-Give us a trial.
201i WEST KING STREET.
Lancaster Organ Manofactery
Without a doubt furnish the FINEST IN
STRUMENTS in the Market. Warerooms 320
North Queen street. Manufactory in the rear.
Branch Office, 15 East King Street,
Alex. McKillips, Proprietor.
Alse Agentf or Lancaster County for
CtllCKERING & SON'S Celebrated
A Full Line of Sheet and ether Music. Small
Instruments. Violins, Banjos, Band Instru
ments. Ac. always en hand. flMydSJtlyw
PENNSYLVANIA MUSEUM ANDSCHOOL
of Industrial Art. The school yearef 1880
81 will begin Monday. Sept. 13. Instructions
for young men and women in Industrial Draw
ing, Painting and Modeling at applied te the
arts. Send for circulars te THE SECRETARY,
15 S. Seventh street, Philadelphia.
Netice is hereby given that application
will be made te the Court or Common Pleas of
Lancaster county, en MONDAY, AUGUST 23,
1880, at 10 o'clock a. m., for a charter te Incor
porate " Saint Jeseph's Hospital." Tee object
et this institution is te provide for the com
fort and minister te the wants et the sick, the
aged aad infirm.
SAMUEL II. REYNOLDS,
TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 3, 1880.
Washington, Aug. 3. Fer the Middle
Atlantic states cloudy or partly cloudy
weather, occasional rain, winds mostly
from northwest te northeast, nearly sta
tienary temperature or higher barometer
GREEKS BEARING GIFTS.
A NEW VERSION OF AN OLD STORY.
The Clever Rese ey Which The fcratkiBi
mew up a cniHaa xrannpert A rreK
Vessel Charged With SOO Pounds '
Panama, July 24. The blowing up of
the Chilian transport Lea by a torpedo in
Callae bay has caused much jloritieatien
among Peruvians. The affair is thus de
scribed : A Peruvian officer took au ordi
nary fruit beat, put a torpedo under a
false bottom, leaded a cargo of choice
fruits, vegetables and game en the false
bottom, and set the craft adrift toward the
blockading squadron. When it was sighted
by the Lea, that vessel sent out two
beats and the fruit beat was captured
and brought alongside the Lea, and the
work of discharging her commenced. As
the weight en the false bottom diminished
the machinery connected with the torpe
does was set free, and iu a moment three
hundred pounds of dynamite were ex
ploded. The effect upon these who
watched with breathless interest from
the shore was awful in the extreme. The
Lea was almost lifted out of the water.
Every house in Callae was shaken te its
foundation, and every ship in the bay
shivered as if an earthquake had rolled be
neatb. The ill-fated ship appeared as en
veleped in one mass of Hame, which re.
solved itself into dense clouds of black
smoke. When this cleared away she
seemed unharmed, but a moment later her
bow went high in air and she went down.
Neighboring vessels picked up about 40
of her crew, some of them injured beyond
recovery ; bnt about one hundred and fifty
lives were sacrificed. Twe American and
two English men-of-war and several
ether war vessels were in the vicinity and
the disaster might very easily have hap
pened te any of them.
Anetber Explosion en Shipboard.
Panama, July 22. An explosion occur
red en beard the Pacific btcam navigation
company's steamer Coquimbo at Val
paraiso. A case marked "benzine" ex
ploded from seme unexplained reason and
blew twenty feet out of the ship's side.
Fortunately it was above the water line.
One man was killed.
An Kngagetnent With Victeria's Hand Iu
Which the Latter are Put te Flight.
Santa Fe, Aug. 3. News from El Pase
states that Colonel Grierson had a fight
with Victeria's band, one hundred strong,
en the 30th ult. The Indians attempting
te pass north into Texas, Grierson fortified
his position, but at 9 a. in. the Indians at
tacked his camp and were repulsed. At 11
a. m. Capt. Gielle. with two companies, ar
rived, upon which a. sharp engagement took
place between the troops and the Indians.
The fight lasted three hours. Lieutenant
Colladay was wounded and one private
soldier killed ; also eight horses were
killed. At 2 p. m. Capt. Nelen arrived
with eiiifercemcnts, when the Indians
lied. Mexicau troops arc after the In
dians en the ether side of Rie Grande.
They Make a Geed Haul at Millerteu. N.Y.
Pouehkeepsie, Aug. ?. The store of
James II. Finch, at Millcrten, was robbed
at one o'clock this morning. Finch was
bound and gagged, and the buiglars took
from the safe nearly $1,000 in cash, $275
in checks and 81,000 in postage stamps be
longing' te the posteffice which is in the
same building. The bnrglirs, three in
Herr for State Senater and Sam Barrfer
IIakrisbuue, Pa., August 3. The Re
publican county convention assembled this
morning, aud placed in nomination A. J.
Herr, for senator, A. L. K. Ncbingcr, "Wm
H. Huffhagle and Alex. T. Thompson, for
Assembly and S. J. McCarrclI, for district
attorney. Samuel F. Barr, was named for
Congress with power te appoint his own
Havoc by Wind, Water and Lightning la
Tbey, Vermont, Aug. 3. During a
heavy storm yesterday several houses
were unroofed and shade trees overturned,
and water did much damage. Lightning
struck a building in Derby, which was to
tally consumed. The total damage in this
section was large.
the deed of dastauds.
Narrow Escape of a Passenger Iraln.
Danville, Va., August 3. Last Wed
nesday night the track of the Piedmont
railroad was obstructed by ties fastened
upon it, and the mail train crowded with
passengers made a marvelous escape. De
tectives have arrested two negrees, former
employees, charged with the crime.
He Is stabbed Threngh the Heart by a Bel
St. Leuis, Aug. 3. In a fight between
negrees last night Prince Ferdinand, a
colored man who attempted te make
peace, was stabbed through the heart and
instantly killed by Cleves Hardin, also cel
In Geed Condition, but Irritable aad Cress.
New Yerk, Aug. 3. Dr. Tanner is iu
better condition, but he enters upon his
t'lirty-seventh day irritable and cress. He
says he will give up his usual drives unti1
the end of his fast.
Pittston, Aug. 3. James Hunt, a
brakeman en the Lehigh Valley railroad,
residing at this place, was run ever by a
freight train at Sugar Notch te-day and
was crushed te death.
Saratoga. August 3. The races here
and at Brighten Beach were postponed
until te-morrow en account of rain.
Londen, August &-4Uadtrtene pawed
a fair night and he is net any worse than
PaiLADSxrHiA, Aug. a. Fleur Arm. with
I'ght supply ; supeinueatti 7303 3): extra at
MQi ; olue ami Indiana family at 3 SOfJft Si ;
Ke-12.aJ,n.uy at : St- " fcmlly at
tSHrbSj; Minnesota family COOSSJO; patent
and h I itn radN 6 3098 33.
Rye flour at $4 se4 is.
Wheat quiet und easier: Ne. 2 Western
Red $108dl09; Penn'a Ked109l 0W; Am
ber II ttMi1 10. "
Cern scarce and Ann ter local use: steamer
4848)c; yellow 52QJ2c: mixed inc.
Oats quiet; N'e.2. White 0243c: Ne. 2. de 40
C41c; Ne. 3. de 38039c; Ne. , Mixed 3KjJ6c.
Kvedull ; New fee.
Previsions Ann : incs perk at $14 SO015;
beef hums fc!l5022; India m.w iH-utfiSOU;
bacon, smoked shoulders 5?4tSe; salt 9s;e:
smoked hams 11$ lie ; ptckltM ham 99c.
Lard firm : eliy kettle 898c : loe;
butchers' ?!47c: prime steam 73?ic.
Butter quiet; Creamery 2Gc; de geed te
choice 233c: Urudrenl county and New
Yerk extra. itiR-; Western reserve extra 17
18c;dogeod te choice 14lbc; Uells quiet;
Penn'a extru 14 $17; Western reserve uxtru
Kggs steady ; IVnn'a 15V.itk! :
Cheese firm ; New Yerk full
Western lull cream SV&lc: !..
88Kc; de half .kirns 78c.
cream 10r ;
fair te geed
Petroleum dull ; re lined Sjic.
Whisky f 1 lu.
Seeds Geed te; prime Clever firm tit :il V
325; Timethy jobbing at 1 IM for eld: Kl:tt
seed fi iil Si.
e Hern Market.
Nkw Ieuk. Aug. 3. r'leur Mate aud West
crn quiet und 1 rices without important
cliunge; stale at WHiil 50; extra de ut 4 au
450; choice, de., 4 lil5 UI; lane
5 106U25: round hoop Ohie 5 l5 75:
choice de $5 80i$70O; superfine western ISU)ji
430: common te khh1 extra de 4 JMtglUO:
Choice dodo (4 70Q7 HO; choice white whe.it de
$4 50f$5 00; Southern quiet ami unchanged :
common te fuir -tm f" J5(jt 31: kimmI te
clielre de 257 00.
Wheat Spring steady; Winter White a
sbudc stronger ; I ted scueelv se firm ; Ne. I
While, Au-.,$1 ui : Xe. ' lied. Aug..! US'' ;
de Sept., It Wl! : de Oct . ti.lM?.
Ceriiashade better, with moderate trade;
Mixed western spot, 41l7c; de future 47J
Oats flam and quiet; statu 36$ lie; west
Moseav, Augusts. The receipts of Bee v.
at the West Philadelphia yard for past week
were 3.0U0 head: at the North Phihuleliil.in
yard, 4U0 head. Total, .,4011 head.
Reeves were moderately active, as prices
weie c ft ft, better than last week. The arri
vals were large, nnd hut few were leftover.
We quote Kxtm at 5g$5c; geed ut ."!
5c; medium. 445c; common, 4$l.c;
mixed, 3J4c; calves, 4tk
SAXES AT TIIK WXST VU1LADKLFH1A YARD.
'.HO Reger Maynes. Western, gross. 4AJ5Jic.
200 Owen Smith, Western nndW. Na., gross, 4ji
121 A.A.I. Christy, Western and Va., gre-.s, 4
158 E. S. A 1$. V. Mcl-'illcu, Western, --row,
302 Ullmun X Lehinuii ISre-i., Western, gre.-w.
GO Dennis Smyth, Western, gross, 4!5Je.
2ti0 Jehn McArdle, Western, gross, 5Ji.VKc.
100 Daniel Murphy. Western, gross, &fj'ji,c.
17V Leweustein A Adler, W-;slern. grunt, 4
2U7 U. scliumberg A Ce.. Western ami Chero
kee, gross, Vii;iv.
53 F. Sheet., Western, gres. 4'40'ie.
3tf L. Hern, Western mid Chester te., gre.v,
41 II. Chain, Jr., Western, gre-, 4JIg.Wc.
135 Daniel Smyth A I"ie., Western, gres, 44'$
S3 IlucTiinaii A Levi, Western, gross, 395.
20 P. llatliawuy. Western, gross, 44u-e.
75 Schaiuherg A Paul, Western, gres. .$5e.
50 M. Levi, Western, gross, 55Je.
75 Win. Sales, West, und Mil., gross, 4j54t'.
55 A. O-ttheim, Western, gross. 4f $".! Je.
20 S. Dreitus, Western, gross, 4.'e
20 II. Chain, Western, grest, 3i6 lic.
Fresh Cows were moderately ucllvc from i2
te 5U per head ; arrivals, 200 head.
Hogs were net in us geed demand us hist
week, owing te the high prices We-t ; prices
tiuvuiiccii -icrceiii. ve quote exiniui ijje;
geuti at iyAK, iuir at ic; coiiime
common at tie ; ur-
rivals. 3.5UU head.
Lamus were in
demand and prices
ranged from 34 te 7c per pound,
Sheep were in fair demand, und prices were
about the same us last week, viz.: Kxtm, lui Ut
110 lb-.., ut 5.Jc: geed, !M te IUO lbs, 44tJ5c;
geed, 80 te M His., 4i$4c : fair, Te te m lbs,
4!4c; inferior, 3-4((t4e; common, Sitfllv. ;
Philadelphia. Aug. 3.
1230 r. m. 3:00 r. m.
Peiinaii's (third is.-tue).
. .... 2?H
Philadelphia A Kile..
United Ces. et N. !....
Central Tran-iortatten Ce. 4M-4
run., xuusvine jt itunaie. 11
Nkw Yerk. Aug. 3.
N. Y. Central l--l'
Adams Express 117
Michigan Central !;
Michigan Southern 10
Illinois Central 11"
Cleveland A Pi:ishuiKh....l2ii
Chicago A Reck l.dund 115
Pittsburgh A Fert Wayne.. 2ll
Western Union Tel. Ce IIW
Teledo A Wabash 42
New Jersey Central V
Ontario Western 27
United Stated Uends and Sterling Kxnh aiig r
(Quotations by IS. K. Jamisen A Ce., S. W.
Cor. 3d and Chestnut Streets).
Philadelphia. Aug. ?,.
United States ', liwi, (registered).. 104
United States .Vs, lwU, (registered). .li102
United Stales 4Vs, 1891, (regtBtercd)l!0j2
United States 4's.I8!I,(ceiimiuh).. .1IP4
United States 4's, 1007. (registered). .IO!f$l(U
United States Currency IFa 125 iha
Sterling Exehamre 48! iilK
HOW TO GET
Every day during summer all sorts
of goods lemnants anil goods that
for one reason or another are in our
way are picked out and put together
te he sold at i.ueli 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 geIs
at irregular prices in this way for, niv.
$50,000 ; and many thousands mere
are going. There is seniethiiit; marked
down at nearly every counter in the
Everything sold is returnable if un
satisfactory at the price.
Chestnut, Thirteenth, Market and Juniper.
DR. WM. II. PAIINKSTOCK
Having returned from the Seuth, lias re
sumed his office practice, and can lie found at
Ne. 213 KAST K1NU STRhF.T.