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LANCASTER DAILY 1OTELIIGENCER SATOEDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1880.
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THIS XORKIKG'B COCBT.
Bill or Kqalty ta tne Scasenlg-Purry Case.
Court met at 10 o'clock for the transac
tion of current business.
In the suit in equity between Heury B.
Parry, plaintiff, and Levi Sensenig, defend
ant, about a wall between the two proper
ties, en Tuesday Levi Sensenig, the -defendant,
filed the following answer : I deny
tliaf saA wall is a ntirtv wall, and that it
stands partly en my property and partly en
the property of the complainant, and 1 1
deny that the complainant has any line or
interest therein, either legal or equi
table. I allege that the said
wall stands wholly en my prop
erty and is part of the premises described
in the second section of complainants bill,
and I am advised and believe that I have
the right te tear down, prostrate and des
troy the said wall whenever it tuits me
S3 te de. I deny that my tearing down,
prostrating and destroying said wall will
work irremediable or any ether damage te
the complainant. I allege that the said
wall and the foundation upon which it is
Imiltwcrc both erected by these under
whom I new held the premises, at their
own expense and upon their own seiI, 35
years age ; that the owners of the premises
new occupied by complainant never con
tributed anything towards the expense of
building it, never erected any building
against it or upon it, never used it in any
way (except, as is alleged, they lately
trained grapa vines against it) and never
claimed the right te use it in any way,
end I further allege that I am about
te erect a large building en 6aid premises,
and if I am prevented by the prdecs
of this court from u&ing my own walls and
ny own designs I shall suffer great dam
age personally, and my property will be
greatly dcterieatcd in value.
D. G. Eshlrman, esq., of counsel for de
fendant this morning asked for a rehearing
of the case, and te dissolve the injunction
granted. The question of granting a pre
liminary injunction in the case re
straining Levi Sensenig from tearing down
the wall wjis argued and the decis
ion of the court continued the injunction.
The motion te no into a re-hearing of the
case was resutcd by Win. A. Atlee, esq.,
attorney for plahstiu, he stating that the
case had been thoroughly argued, and
since that there Las been no change what
ever in its position. In order te get fur
ther testimony te show en whose lands,
the court appeiuied Geerge Nauman as
master te report whether the wall in dis
pute is partly en the lands of Dr. Parry
and Levi Sensenig, or wholly en the lauds
of Sensenig, and te report en Saturday
morning next at 9 o'clock,
Arrest of the Suspected Purlieu.
Last night shortly after midnight a gang
of three or mere burglars broke one of the
large panes in the front window of Mrs.
Barbara Hiukle's store, corner of Plum
and East King streets, and one of the men
entered the store through the broken win
dow while his accomplices kept watch and
rendered assistance outside. The break
ing of the glass aroused Mrs. Ilinkle and
her family, and they at once gave an alarm,
scaring off the burglars before they had
lima te steal anything except a box of
igar from a show case. The men were
seen by Mrs. Hinkle and her son and
daughter, who gave a description of them
te the police.
This morning Officers Lcman and Titus
went in search or them, and found four
men, answering the description, near the
bark mill, below the Penn iron works.
After a desperate resistance they sue
cecded in arresting them, net, however,
until Officer Lcman drew his billy ai:d
clubbed one of them into submission, and
Officer Titus dragged another of them some
distance by the hair of the head. They
were taken te the station house and locked
up. They gave their names as Frank Me
Divitt, Themas Phillips, Frank Malene ai:d
Wm. Morgan. Phillips and Malene have
been identified as two of the men who
were engaged in the burglary at Hiukle's.
They are a hard looking gang. Morgan
lest a geed deal of hair in his tussle with
Titus, and McDivitt had his head badly
cut while lcsisting Lcman. Dr. Fitz
patrick plastered up his wounds.
PIKE IN CAST KARL.
Dnclllns Uonse and Vosteulco Destroyed
On Wednesday night, between ten and
eleven o'clock, the dwelling house owned
by Mr. Samuel E. Ranch, postmaster, and
occupied by himself and his son, Elijah,
at Grecnbank, East Earl township, was
totally destroyed by flic, with very nearly
all the contents. Hew the fire originated
is net known. A few chairs and sonic bed
clothing were saved. The family lest all
their clothing, except that which they had
en their backs. Grcenbank postefficc was
located in the buildinz, but all the stamps,
letters and documents of the office were
saved, and the only thing connected with
the office that was lest, we understand,
was a mail pouch. About thirty bushels
of wheat, stored en the garret, were also
consumed. The house was insured for
for 1,200 and contents for $300, in the
Lancaster County Mutual. The contents
belonging te Mr. Elijah Ranck were net
Sale of Ileal Instate.
Last Saturday Mr. Levi Graybill sold a
tract of about e0 acres of land lying en
the south side of the New Helland pike,
in Upper Leacock township, near David
Bear's !hetcl. at public sale, for $108 per
acre. Jehn P. Martin, purchaser.
The same day Mr. Jehn Lenger.ccker
sold his farm of CO acres, situated about
1 mils cast of Fairville, in East Earl
township, at public sale, for $130 per
acre. Peter Gchman, purchaser.
Excursion te the Mate Fair.
The excursion te Philadelphia this morn
ing was quite a large euc numbering 415
tickets. Se great was the rush for tickets
for awhile that Mr. Kamdright, the ticket
agent, sold 318 in twenty minutes.
Over a million of Prof. Guilmctte's French
Kidney Pads have been sold In France. Who
will dare say they arc a humbug?
JS'llcs, Mich., Heard Frem.
Larlmere & Dean, druggists (30 years In
business) write ns that Day's Kidney Pad
gives better satisfaction than any remedy they
ever sold. sC-lwdMWAS
"The Four Seasons." An evening of pleas
ure is premised at the opera house en Thurs
day of next week, when C. L. Graves's combi
nation, under Jehn D. Mlshler's management,
will present the musical comedy of "The
Four Seasons " by a company that achieved
great success at the Walnut Street tlieatre,
Philadelphia, and lias since visited ether eitlcs
In the state and played te large audiences.
The piece is said te be full of innocent fun and
Nervous debility, weakness and decline pre
vented by a timely use et Malt Bitters.
Of the lirst stain or speck beware
That en yiur teeth you may espy.
There is by far mere danger there.
Than at the moment meets the cye.
Use SOZODONT without delay,
And thus arrest the first decay.
General Butler acknowledges te have been
neatly shaved with Cut! cura Medicinal Seap.
LANCASTER HOUSEHOLD MARKET.
Butter ), s... .................. ..J0tij(2ic
Cup cheese, 2 cups... ............. fie
Cottage cheese, 3 pieces. Sc
Dutch cheese y lump 8210c
Apples f T)K... .............. .tJwCSC
Cherries, dried, fiqt 12c
Currants, dried, f
DneuAppies f qi
l'eacees t qi
KViy r.nmca H at
Grapes $ Jpfc
'Lemens ft uez
Oranges 1 dez
rears v V pecic
Plums l qt
CarreUi f bunch
Cucumbers f dez
Cern ?R dez.. ............... ......
Egg Plants each
Green Cern fl 'dez
Green beans ?pcck
Ilma beans ft qt,
Lettuce, bead and plate
Onions 1 V pk
Potatoes ?IHPk '
Radishes 1 buncli
Soup Beans TH qt
Salsify ) bunch
Tomatoes il i pk
Chickens W pair (live)...-
Ducks V pair
Geese V piece
Apple Butter 1 qt
Heney 91 fi
Seap 3R lit...... -
Sauerkraut t qt
Beef Steak, 1 ft
" Beast (rib) fi
" " (chuck) tJ ft
" Corned. V ft
" Dried. Pi
Hum fJ ft
Lamb ij? ft
Lard i ft
Mutten jB ft .-
Perk 1 ft
Pudding ? ft...!
Sausage ip ft
Sides and Bacen jl ft
Shoulders V B
,. 10ft 12c
Veal lit 3
Cattish t ft....
Kels ft ft
Clerersced 1 bin
nay ti ten
Cern $1 bus
Tiuiethv Seced V bus.
Wheat $1 bus
Pay Your Tax.
Every voter who wants te vetem Xevembcr
should leek alter the payment of Ids tux. Col
lector Warlel sits at the Court Heuse THIS
EVENING frein( te 0 o'clock te receive it.
GO THEKE AND PAT IT.
The name or WILLIAM McCOMSEY, of the
First ward, will be presented te the Demo
cratic electors el Lancaster at their primary
elections te nominate a candidate for As
sembly, under Democratic rules.
EMM G. SXYDEB, of the Ninth ward, wil
be a candidate for the Democratic nomination
tnthcLi'ginlatiirc from Lancaster City. Sub
ject te Democratic rules. tp
The Second Ward Hancock uitd English club
will meet at their headquarters en Friday
evening next ler the purpeaw of attending the
meeting te be held under the auspices of the
3d, 4th and 7th wards, at the corner of Seuth
Queen and Strawberry streets. The club will
be fully equipped. The 5th, Cth and 0th wards
are respectfully Invited te join.
Third Ward Club.
The Third ward Hancock and English club
will meet at Central Headquarters, in Centre
Square en TUESDAY EVENING, September
U. A full attendance is urgently desired as
the members will be measured for uniforms
and ether important business transacted.
Fourth Want, Attention!
Every voter favorable te the election el Han
cock and English is requested te attend a
meeting of the Fourth Ward Club, en Tuesday
evening, September 14, 1SS0, at So'eleck. There
will be important action taken en uniferming.
A meeting of the Yeung Men's Hancock
club will be held at Utzinger's saloon, Middle
street. Monday evening, at 8 o'clock. Every
member et the club who dc.-ires te sccure
equipments is requested te be present. Let
there be a full turnout. Business et import
ance. In the Lewer End.
There will be a general Democratic meeting
under the auspices of the Third, Fourth and
Seventh ward clubs at the corner of Straw
berry, Middle and Seuth Queen streets, en
Friday evening, Scptcuiber 17.
S I' E VIAL, NOTICES.
It is impossible ler a woman arter a faithful
course or treatment with Lydla E. Pinkliam's
Vegetable Compound te continue te suffer
with a weakness el the uterus. Enclose a
stamp te Mrs. Lydia E. Plnkham, 233 Western
avenue. Lynn, Mnss., for pamphlets.
Try Leehcr's Keuewncd Cough Syrup.
Sere eyes, tetter, salt rheum, &c, arc cured
by " Dr. Llmlsey's Bleed Searcher.'.' Sold by
The Chicago Times jays: Warner's Safe
Kidney and Liver Cure Is highly endorsed by
ministers. Judges, physicians, surgeons, by
men et literary and scholarly distinction, and
by Individuals in all the walks et life. 3
Tin: 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. Becever your constitution Imme
diately, belerc it is tee late, by. taking Dr.
Browning's Tonic and Alterative, the great
Bleed Purifier and Bleed Maker. Price 50
cents and (1. Fer sale by the Proprietor, W.
Champien Browning, M. D., 1117 Arch street,
Philadelphia, and all Druggists and Dealers in
REMEDY FOB IIAUD TIMES.
Step spending se much en line clothes, rich
feed and 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 alter
expeusire and quack doctors or using se much
of the vile humbug medicine that does you
only harm, and makes the proprietors llch,
but put your trust in the greatest of all simple,
pure remedies. Hep Bitters, that cures always
at a trilling cost, and you will see belter times
and geed health. Try it once. Bead of it In
Warm "Weather and Its Kneels.
Many people, especially ladies, complain at
this season of the year or a general weakness
or debility. The use or Sneer's Pert Grape
Wine prevents this. The wine is said te have
a most wonderful effect in giving strength,
Tiger and tone te the whole system. It is ex
tensively used by ladies nursing, or about te
nurse infants. This wine is neta manufactured
article no liquor is added te it. It is no patent
medicine or cordial humbug, bnt Is a superior
wine of the Oporto grape. It is pure, old, un
adulterated ine, nothing 111010 or less. Mr.
Spccr has been supplying hospitals with Ids
wine for many years past. It is said te be iin
surpascil for summer complaints, ami for
weakly persons. The price is low ler se excel
lent a wine, and no family need be without it.
This will'; i-i endorsed by Drs. Alice and
Davis and sold by 11. E. Slaymaker.
Try Leehcr's Benewncd Cough Syrup
Jdutlicn! Mothers!! Metliers!!!
Are you "disturbed at night and broken et
your rest by a sick child suffering and crying
with the excruciating pain or cutting teeth?
11 se, go at once and gctabettlc of Mlts. WINS
LOW'S SOOTHING SYBUP. It will relieve the
peer little sufferer immediately depend upon
It; there is no mistake about it. There is neta
mother en earth who has ever used it, who wUl
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 aU cases, and pleas
ant te the taste, and Is the prescription of one
et the eldest and best female physicians and
nurses in the United Staccs. Sold everywhere
25 cents a bottle. Ill7-lyd4wM;W&S
Ge te IL B. Cochran, druggist, 137 and 139
North Queen street, Lancaster, for Mrs. Free
man's JVcw National Dyes. Fer brightness and
durability et colerare uucqualcd. Celer from
3 te 5 pounds. Price, 15 cents. 53
Sellers' Idver Pills" are the secret te per
fect health, long life, and absolute happiness.
Sold by all druggists.
" Brown's Bronchial Troches" are used with
advantage te alleviate Coughs, Sere Threat,
Hoarseness and Bronchial Affections. Fer
thirty years these Troches have been in use,
with annually Increasing favor. They are net
new and untried, but, having been tested by
wide and constant use for nearly an entire
generation, they have attained weU-merlted
rank among the few staple remedies of the age.
"Brown's Bronchial Troches" act directly
en the organs orthe voice. They have an ex
traordinary effect in all disorders of the Threat
and Larynx, restoring a healthy tone when re
laxed, either from cold or ever-exertion of the
voice, and produce a clearand distinct enunci
ation. Speakers and Singers find the Troches
A Cough, Celd, Catarrh 01 Sere Threat re
quires Immediate attention, as neglect often
times results in some incurable Lung Disease.
"Brown's Bronchial Troches" will almost In
variaDly give relief. Imitations are offered for
sale, many et which are injurious. The genu
ine "Brown's Bronchial Troches" are sold
only in boxes. lanlMyd&wTu.Th&S
IIE33. On September 10, 1880. Mrs. Barbara
Hess, aged C3 years.
The relatives and friends et the family arc
respectfully invited te attend the funeral, from
the residence of her son, Dr. J. W. Hes9, 23
Seuth Prlnce street, en Sunday attcrnoen at
1 o'clock. Services at the New Mennonita
church, German street, at 1 o'clock.
IIaldemax. At Cliickies, Lancaster county,
Pa., S. S. Ualdeman, aged CS years.
Funeral from his late residence, Chiekles,
Monday afternoon at 1 o'clock.
WeJ,p. Sept. 10, 1880. In this cltv, Elizabeth
Wolf, wife of Jehn P. Wolf, In the 40th year el
The relatives and friends efthu family arc
respectfully invited te attend the funeral from
her late residence, Xe, 701 North Queen street,
en Monday altorneon at 2 o'clock. Interment
at Zion's cemetery.
1 'BUSSES ! TRUSSES!! TKU.SSKS! ! !
Sufferers from Bupturc will flndthe safest,
easiest and cheapest Trusses In the world en
exhibition and for sulc by
ANDREW G. FBEY. Druggist,
Cor. N. Queen and Orange Sts, Lancaster, Pa.
Call and sec.
Alse, the enlv sure cure for Piles.
FKEY'S UNIVERSAL PILE SUPPOSITORY.
Never fails. Price. 50c. and 75c. a box.
On MONDAY, SEPT. J3. at Nes. 53 and 53
North Queen street, under the Inquirer build
ing, of a large let of furniture, consisting of nn
Extension Table, two large Prench plate glass
Mirrors, two dozen Chairs, ten Tables, Refrig
erators, Sideboard, Range, self-feeding Steve,
Ice Bex, Pictures. Shew Case, Cleck, Kegs,
Spigots, Knives, Ferks, Spoons, Casters,
Glass and Quccnsware, &c.
Sale te commence at 0 o'clock en Monday
morning. JACOB GUNDAKER.
1-ULIC UENTAL-ON THURSDAY. SEP
TEMBER1C, 1SS0, will be rented by pub
lie outcry, at the Cooper Heuse, Lancaster
citv. Pa., the following, te wit :
That elegant STORE ROOM situated Nes. 38
and 40 West King street, Lancaster, opposite
the Cooper Heu-c, lately occupied by Philip
Sebum (deceased) Sen & Ce., with all the
counters, shelving and glass eases.
Renting te commence ut 7 o'clock p. m. of
said day when conditions will be made known
JOHN K. SCHUM.
CHARLES F. HOLZWARTII,
Samuel Hess & Sex, Aucts. sept tl-5td
AS FITTING AND PLUMBING.
JOHN P. SOHAUM,
Ne. 27 SOUTH QUEEN STREET,
PLUMBER, GAS AND STEAM FITTER.
A I.arge Assortment et
Constantly en hand.
THURSDAY EVEXIXa. SEPT. W, ISSn.
An American comedy representing the four
seasons, Spring, Summer, Autumnand Winter,
ALL NEW SCENERY AND A GOOD DRA
Singing and Dancing. Three happy hours.
REHEARSAL, IN THE BARN,
Introducing the "5 GIPSY COMICS," in their
Negro. German, Irish, tcrpslcliercan and vocal
Prices, 35c., 50c. and 7."c. Diagram at Yeck
cr's office. 8ll-3td
CHINA, GLASS AND QUEENSWARE.
A large assortment of
Fancy Flower Pets,
Plain Flower Pets.
A full line of them In our window.
HIGH & MARTIN,
Ne. 13 EAST KING STREET.
FLliNiN & BRBNBMAlf.
Would advise nil who contemplate putting In
HEATERS or making any alterations In their
heating arrangements te de se ut once before
the rush of Full Trade begins.
THE MOST RELIABLE
In the Market, at the
Flii & Breneman's
GREAT STOVE STORE,
152 North Queen Street,
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 15, 1830,
Xe. 150 North Qnccn St., Lancaster, Pa.,
a larga let of Household and Kitchen Furnl.
turc, consisting of
Walnut Chamber Suits, Walnut Extension
Tables. Office Desks, Hair Mattresses. Sew
ing Machines, Lounges, one elegant Par Par
eor Mirror, one hair-cloth Parler
Suit, one Hat Rack, Steves and
Ranges, four elegant Shew
Cases, one Piane, Card
and a variety of ether goods tee numerous te
mention. These goods come from f.imiliesin
the county and are all In geed condition.
Goods received up te 10 o'clock en day .of
sale. Sale te commence at 1 o'clock, sharp.
HESS & FLJNN.
SAMUEL HESS & SON, Auctioneers.
ZELLER'S CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC,
10V$ EAST KING Street Music taught in
all Its branches Instrumental, Vecal(Matlame
Seller's method), Thorough Bass and Har
mony, and Analysis. Friday evening concerts
every two weeks, for whiclrthe pupils furnish
the music. Terms Classes of three,9S.OO ; les les
eons In classes et two, $10.00; private lessens.
$15.00; lessens at the pupil's house, $1.00 each
lessen. sep4-7t I
Among the many advantages gained by our change of business
location, an important one is the enlarged rooms and improved fa
cilities of our REPAIR DEPARTMENT. With our present corps
of skilled mechanics and complete equipment of machinery and
tools we are are prepared te execute and warrant all work en
trusted te us.
MUSICAL BOX REPACKING,
MONOGRAM INSCRIPTION AND
ORNAMENTAL ENGRAVING, &c.
A great variety of new work in original designs will be produced
in our own manufactory. Any orders for specialties will be filled
at short notice and te the satisfaction of our customers. Old Geld
or Silver bought, taken in exchange, or made into new goods.
H. Z. RHOADS Sc BRO., Jewelers,
Ne. 4 West King Street.
On and after SATURDAY. AUGUST CS, the entire stock of ROOTS AND SHOES et the
P ARLOR SHOE STORE, Ne. iW. EAsT KING STREET, will be offered at a great SACRIFICE,
te CLOSE OUT BUSINESS. Desiring te engage in ether business, I take this opportunity te
otter the entire stock, consisting et
10,000 Pairs of Beets and Shoes of the best Styles and Makes,
at least 23 per cent. lest than thev cm be bought elsewhere. Having made a specialty in geed
goods for the last two year-, nsplcndid opportunity is new offered te bnj'superier BOOTS and
SHOES at lower prices than TRASH can be bought elsewhere.
Wishing te purchase their BOOTS AND SHOES for Fall and Winter, new is your chance te buy
CHEAP. Country storekeepers will de well te call while our stock Is yet complete. We also
liarea Hue of very fine goods which we will sell trem$l te $2 a pair less than belere. The EN
TIRE STOCK must be .SOLD out as SOON as POSSIBLE. We also otter apart or the llxtureset
the store, consisting or revolving fixture in window. Lounges, part or shelving, Writing Desk,
eue Fireproof Combination Sale, as gecd as neiv, and line Shew Case and Stand, at
PARLOR SHOE STORE,
Ne. 20 1-2 East King St., opposite Lancaster Ce. Bank.
C. A. Reeee.
THE LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK OF
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, &C,
In the city, is te be seen at the Works et
NORBECK & MILEY,
PRACTICAL CARRIAGE BUILDERS,
COR. DUKE AND VINE STS., LANCASTER, PA.
S-COX & CO.'S OLD STAND.-a
The Stock includes all the
LATEST STYLES SPRINGS,
uch as the Brewster, Whitney, S.didee Triple, Empire Cress Spring, De.xter Queen Duplex
nil Elliptic, ami they will also make te order any style a purchaser may desire. Repairing
rail kinds promptly attended te. All work guaranteed for ene year.
"OUR WORK SUSTAINS OUR WORD."
NE W AD VEU TISEMEXTS.
171NE CRAYON LITHOGRAPHS OF II AN
: cock and English can be had at the Inti:i.
ugexcku olllce. Only 'JjC. apiece. ltd
IEt-UBLICANS AND DEMOCRATS ARE
t respectfully invited te call and st-e our
Campaign Shirts. Alse, new Meck of Hats,
Underwear, Overalls, Notions, .tc., at reduced
Ne. 52 North Queen street, Lanca-ter, Pa.
Ne. 105 North Queen street for the Cheapest
and Best BOOTS AND SHOES.
I 105 Sign of the Rijf Shee. 10S
GrORREOHT & OO.S'
GOOD, CLEAN FAMILY COAL,
and all ether kind-, or Ceal. Quality and
quantity guaranteed. Yard, HarrNbitrg Pike.
Olliec, SJJs East ChcMnu. btrect. augi7-ttd
LADIES AND OENTS
II you want a
GOOD FITTING BOOT OR SHOE,
Rca'iy-madu or made te order, call at
Ne. 103 North Queen Street.
Custom Werk a Specialty. ieSBS&WtM
" COAL! COAL,!
Fer geed, clean Family and nil ether kinds
or COAL go te
RUSSEL, & SHULMYER'S.
Quality and Weight guaranteed. Orders le
OFFICE: 22 East King Street. YARD:
018 North Prince Street.
100 Tens et Bags Wanted,
Fer which the highest price will be paid.
CENTS PER POUND FOR GOOD
The highest price paid ler Woolen, OM
Paper, Reeks, Ac. Teh Rag Asserters wanted'' 1
te whom the highest price will be paid. ,
JOHN A. SHOBER,
yO-tfdR r.-uicaster. I'.i
OPMIM BAY !
FAIL A! fflTEl
FOE MEN'S WEAB.
T. K. SMALING,
121 NORTH QUEEN STREET.
September 11, 1SS?.
T 15. MARTIN k CO.
WE ARE NOW SHOWING
THE LATEST FALL PATTERNS
FAXCYDADO WINDOW SIIADES.
SPRING AND CORD FIXTURES.
Wide Shading for Stere Windows.
MOSQUITO CANOPIES ALL SIZES.
We respectluliy solicit a call.
J. B. lartin & Ce.,
WANTED.--.EVERYBODY TO ABVKIt
tiae, free of charge, in the Intdllieks
cix. who want a something te de.
WANTED A GOOD COOK WANTED
87-tfd 443 "NORTH DUKE STREET.
ANTED AN ENERGETIC BUSINESS
man. Address P. O. Rex 13i ltd
Twenty Rrieklayers. Apply te
u. w. .MAK1U..
sll-2td 4M East Orange street.
WANTED A Vi(Y COMPETENT MAN
who Is well acquainted in the tobacco
growing district or Lancaster county and its
vicinity, as a tobacco buyer and te take charge
or the warehouse in Lancaster. Only these
with geed rercrrnccs and thorough business
ability a? buyers, who have before been em
ployed wilh some large house as such, need
address, X. Y. .., Ixtelligexcer Olllcc.
Fer the opening of the season or '80-'81 sub
scriber would anneunce that with Increased
facilities for handling
he will be mere ready and able te supply his
large demand from day te day as wanted.
With mere men, mere teams and mere facil
ities in CTery way he Is new prepared te open
and serve the best stock of OYSTERS ever his
counter, as well as deliver te any part of tlie
city with no extra charge ler delivery.
Always searching the market through for
stock of the best kind h flatters himself that
he can add many new customers te his new
large trade. Respectfully,
SATURDAY EVENING, SEPT. 11, 1SSO.
Washington, D. C, Sept. 1 1. Fer the
Middle Atlantic states, stationary or lis
ing folleweJ by falling baremctf r, higher
temperature, northwesterly winds shift
ing te southerly, clear or partly cloudy
Expected In Philadelphia Te-morrow.
PuiLADELPniA, Sept. 11. United States
Attorney Valentine yesterday received a
dispatch dated Pert ITureti, Michigan.
which stated that Dr. niichanun, the
bogus diploma dealer and a icfugcc from
justice, had been captured at that place.
Themas Vanduscn was ancslcd yester
day en a charge of perjury in connection
with the alleged suicide of Buchanan
and was arraigned this afternoon be
fore United States Commissioner Gibbens.
He then desired te waive a hearing, but
at request of District Attorney Valentine,
he was held te await IJtichanan's appear
ance. Bail was fixed at ?r,000 and he
was committed in default. Distiiet At
torney Valentine this morning received a
dispatch stating that Buchanan would
reach here te-morrow morning.
Te-Day's Telegraphic News.
Wm. II. Rhede, of Beading, has made
an assfcnmant. Liabilities, 10,003 ; es
timated assests, $."0,000.
Further depredations by Victeria's In
dians are reported. Gen. Pepe a-lcs that
the Mexican government -be requested te
permit our troop? te pursue them in;
Mr. Ilaycs and Gen. Sherman exhibited
themselves bafera 1.1,000 people in the
Mechanics' pavilion, San Fraeisee, tiiis
In a fight between ihieving tramps and
Ilarrisburg officers, this morning, at Cove
station, revolvers were used, and one tramp
was captured. Six ethers escaped.
The Republican Left of the French
Chamber of Deputies contemplate a fierce
attack en the policy of Premier De Freyci
nct. A cabinet council has been called te
dispose of the unauthorized religious con
fraternities. me ::enanz.
TI10 Het Springs Yielding Cott!.
Sax Francisce, Sept, 11. A. C. Tick
nor, who bought the Het Springs hotel
prepci ty at Calistoga, Napa county, has
extracted $1,000 'of geld from ten
barrels of water front the springs. The
geld is of the utmost fineness and as the
springs in the locality are very numerous
and volume of water very large, it
would be useless te attcmjit te estimate
their value if they continue te yield as
rich a return as experiments tints far have
Plre fn Raltimore.
Baltimore, Sept. 11. The extensive
tin can manufactory of Smith & "WccI:,
corner of Bewlly and Mill streets, was
destroyed by fire at an early hour this
morning. The less is estimated at-"0,-000;
fully insured. The lumber yaidef
Ilcise & Rrtin, adjoining, was damaged !
the extent of three or four thousand ;
New Yerk HarKct.
Nkw Yeke. Sept. 11. Heur Staff .nut Wct
ern quiet, without important change; Super
fine. CS 4004 00; extra d f.J 7."CM ID ; ehoice.ile,
l.r04 0."5; lmiev de. fl 7'JO" -": ruin.u
hoop Ohie 71 tOGI r'U: cheiee de $!'
65 7."; superfine western V'.-t)'$i lift: cei. 11:11. 11
te goeil extra de ."! V.")l-": choice de dn
$4 Siflfi i".; choice white wheat de $t l.".f t CO
Southern unelnmgeil, :md cpiiet ; r-nmnien
te fair extra $i j &." -JU; geed te choice de
$3 'rG: ",).
Wheat dull and J.Qc lower, Willi very
meileratc trade demand ; Xe. 1 White, Sept..
$105: de Oct., $1 K-.4; Ne.'.! lied. Sept.,$l :
de October, l Cllilm'J, ; de Nev., H i7,
Cern a shade easier and in very moderate
trade; Mixed western spot, .r.0j'j.";4e; de
Oats a shade lower; Xe. 2, Sept, ."0J-;ffi"'.v,Ve;
de Nev., aJ4:r.c ; de ct. S-t,'c ; Mate, 11
44c; Western 4tit.!e.
l'mLADKLrniA, Sept. 11. Fleur ciu!c and
steady; supertineat HM5:1 00; extra i::et(j
3 75; Ohie and Indiana liimily at y.Vj 7.1 ;
I'eun'a tainily de $ 7."." 'W; St."! .eni-r rami! v at
S.-,0(Ji;00; Minnesota family . 0-)." 8); p.fen
and hicii crude- SG 50s 00.
Ryu flour at $4 WSJl 75.
Wheat easy: Ne. U Western lied $1 0I : ; i'n.
lied $10134: Amber nt $1 u-'i.
Cern easier anddull ; httamcr 52c : yel!-.w
53c; mixed 52ic.
Oats linn; Ne. 1, White 4PSJS12.-; Xe. 2.
de 40ffl!0Jc: Ne. 3, de S'JU ',;; Xe '.'.
Rye scarce and wanted at FCe.
Prevision market liim: in.-". pnri:
$1C 001 Si; beet hams 1U 0"3:e w,
lndi:m iii.s- beet at $1'! 00 : l icon
smoked shoulders GMS'9I" sal- ' (JQiJ'fe;
smoked haniM 12Qlea; pickled hum- i);t
Lard firm; city kettle at SJfSS;c : 're--but
filer' 8c; prime Hteain fv'c.
liuttcr scarce and advancing; (5d demand :
Creamery extra iUgSlic; Creamery jjoed !"
choice i"i32Se; Uradlerd county and Ne.v erk
extra. .Cii'JSe ; Western reserve extra lSJe:
de geed te choice 15317c ; Rell.- wanted with
110 choice here; l'cnn'a extra 10'S-'); Wc.-tfin
reserve extra 16?$'.Mc.
EpRSllrm; 1'eiin'u at IBJJgi'ic; W . .
Cheese finnand light offerings ; New Yeik
lull cream lSJe; Western full cream I'jgl-e :
de fair te geed llgll'ijc; de half skims M
Petroleum firm ; refined UJic.
Whisky at $t 1.
Seeds Geed te prime Clever dull :.t $;G0
350 ; Timethy firm at f2 5f)2 0 : n.-i.w-d
Nkv Tens Stocks.
a. jr. A. M.
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Michigan Cent. K. It.
Chicago & ". W
Chicago, M A St. P...
Han. & St. J. Cem
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Teledo .t Wubash ...
Ohie & Mii-iisippi. ..
St. Leuis, I. M. & S. 1:..
Ontario and Western.
CCA I.C. R. R
New Jersey Central..
Del. Hudsen Canal.
Del., l.ack. & Western
Western Lnien Tel..
, id tit
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Puclllc Mall S. S. Ce..
Kansas & Texas
New Yerk Central....
Cleveland & Pitts....
Chicago & Reck I
Pittsburgh & Ft. W...
Pennsylvania R, It....
Phll'a. & Reading
Neithern Pacific Cem
Vhil'a&Erie R. R...
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YAtUAKLE CITY PKOPKKTY AT
PKIVATK SALC. A let et ground Xe.27
North Mary str- et, upon which is erected a
two-tery IlrlckDwellingwithtwiWerv llriefc
U.iek Ituildins. Stable en rear et let. There id
a variety of Choice Fruit en ttiepremi-es. U-e
.1 nii'ii i.nus uweiting, e. 111 est
Oiiinge street, and a Let et Ground en New
street, between Lime and Shippcn streets, 131
feet lient anil 215 feet deep. ler further par
ticulars apply te
.JOHN HULL. Tobacconist.
augll-ltdS 47 West King Street.
1 On SATURDAY. SEPTKJIRER 11, 1SS0.
will be old at the Leepard Hetel. East King
street, line.ister city. Pa., a valuable lotet
grett'.ul, situate en the southeast corner et
Middle and Lime streets fronting 011 Middle
street -J7 leet 4 inelie.. atulinitepth along t.ime
street : teet. mere or lessen which U erected
aont'-stery dwelling, part brick and r.ut leg;
liydr.ui! in the ard. truit tree-. etc.
Sale te commence a: 7:."51 o'eleek p. 1:1. 0:1 slid
day, a hen ter:ns w ill be m.ule known Iiv
Iln.viir uxnciiT, Auk.-:. 3iirt-itI
4 jiiMTi:.'rnw sai.i:.
XL On Tl" I I AY. S EPTKM ItER 21. iss'Oi. will
be sold at public sale, en the premise. 150
Mittth Water street. Lancaster. Pa., the follow
ing personal propel t belonging te the estate
et Philip i-clium: Twe excellent DRAFT
HORSI, te Ceal AVagens. nearly new; a
targe quantity et Ceal. Ceal Sehut.'.s and
lnvel-.. Xi-v Mmkct Wagen. New Phaeton,
tue .:te. one et which i nearly new. large
anil small scale-. Clocks, Ac. Hou-eheUl and
Kitchcii I'urnltiire et every description. Alse
the entire -tuck of Cewrie's, Ceuutei pines,
tthiiiket-. ller-e l!l uikets. and an e xcelient ns--ertuient
01 Heme made Carpets'. Yarn--, ,1c.
S.de te eiiiiimeueeat i) a. m. and iy. o'clock
p. 111., when attendance w ill begiven and terms
made l.utir.'ii lv
"JOHN !". -"'ttru.
. HreS ,:;. Aucts. AdminNtr.iters.
Mere goe.l- u ill be removed treni :k? and 40
West I.ing t IMJ eutli V'ater street.
nir; pkepkuty at 1-itkmc sai.k.
j On TUESDAY. S El' I' EM HER 21, lS.-0.will
be -idd at the Cooper llen-e. in the elty of
Laliea-ter. the heti-e and let lately owned ami
occupied by Ceneral James L. Reynold, dee'd.
The let is -itu.i'fi! 011 th" cut siile et North
Prince stiee'. in this city, betwet n Orange
and Chf-tniit stie.'ts, at tlie coiner et a public
alley, eeut.liuim: in tieut en l'rinee street
:it"i"c-aid, thirty-three feet, and extending
e:i-tu.ud el" tif.it width one hundred and
tueiity-ene leet, mere or le-s. m which is
eii'dcil :t comfortable twe--iO.-v ItRK'Iv
IIDl'.-i:. with two-fery i'.rick Hack Ibtilding.
!t c.mt-iiiis . ight reiims, c xelu-ive of the attic,
t.ig- tlier w ith 1 ide halls 0:1 each lloer, and lias
a hydrant in the kitchen as well a in the
yard. There are en tlu' prcmi-es Grape Vines,
Peach and 1'cir Trcc.-i. :.ll choice truit.
Sale lit eeinuiiiiieu at 7 o'cle.-l; p. m. of said
day. when its condition.! will be made known
bv" th under.-igned. ".he will then be in at
tendance. " A.SLAYMAICER,
Executer et the will efJauiui L. Reynolds,
S. Hu-j & Ses. Allots. . sepl-tsd
7jn:Ln; sali: or valuaki.k kkal
1 ESTATE. On SATURDAY EVKNINIL
at 7e" lock, MrPTEMRER IS, IS-tl. at the Key
st .ne Hetel, North uccn street, in this city of
I.anca-tcr. will be sold in pur-uame of the di di
reeiieus of the will et Ji-epli Peel, deceased,
th' lollening real estate, l.:
I lllt.111-:-, ..111, it, , Jl . ,.l.b .4J, ivti
wide ttlley: bounded en the north by ground
of Jehn Ue-eutnl 011 the south by ground et
I.'iclmr.l MeGraun, en which a One-Story
I'niiue Duelling Heuse H erected en Xeri'll
tjueen Mreet, and another One-Mery Friime
Dwelling situate en the laid leurteen feet
Ne. 2. "All that certain One-story Crick
Duelling Heu-e and halt-1 it or piece et
ground, situate en the south side et East
Uhc- nut Street, in said city, containing in
front ::i Ii el 2' J inches, and in depth 215 reette
a i t feet v.idi; alley, bounded en the east by
ground of D. IS. Hosteller and 011 the wist by
W'illiam Ilensci. Poscs-ieti and title en
ApriKl, !-st. DAVID IIARTMAN.
ii. -ur!i.:.Lr. Auc. aiiiJ-TSF-tisd
LK Jf VALUAISI.i: KKAI.
-. m THURSDAY. OCTOI5ER 7.
P"". i.id l.cMi!dutlHibIIi'Mi!f.nu the in finises.
0:1 th ; .uiliersville pike, in the city el" Lanciis
terand county of I.ue:iater,Psi., the follewlnif,
A t.actef iaiid, ceniaining 5 ACRI'S, mere
or If- , en v. Inch i e iceted 11 large and conve
nient two'tery !:!:!!;:; HOUSE, v. ith Mansard
Reol and :i two lery Itrlck Rack Ciiililingat
Lichid, jrd :i small Miuiuier ICitcheii; gas
through the hnu-e; lus a line hull and eleven
large 100ms, cenvt uiently laid out; a well of
never-Ialiing iiilit with puiiipth iei:i, cistern
and a em. ice 'ei et Iiuil tree- in hcaringerdcr,
peach e. chard, etc.: a tine driving mm I te and
lieui the heitse. 'i'hf ground flouts en thri'e
st reels: v, euhl be wll adanl'-il ler hiiiiding
lets. '1 here is al-e a geed cellar under the
whole heu-.-; Iiealer in teliar, and geed ven
tilation 111 ail i he room-; then' i- :t:i ob-frvn-lery
em lop et th" heu-e. :d-i a ;eih large
Rarn. Caniagf Heit-f. Ice Hmii-f, si.ddiiig ler
three hin-"s and two cmiv-. v.ith water ..tthf
barn: a gins- trout hennery, 55 li-ft long, with
work-shop attached. Tiieieareen this property
about .Hi tllH'ere lit vai if tics et giape-, lieaim,
with a line let r shrubbery, evergreen ami
This property is well wei til the attention of
pcr-wis who v. ish te buy a private le-idcnee,
or ter building let-', or (lira lleri-t.
Any person wishing te If w the piepcrty
jircviouste the day et :ile cmdoseliy ealling
en the l.nd'ji-igni'd if iding en the same, either
by Iftb'r or personally.
Si.il.-te eeinii.i iiceut 2 o'clock I. M. et said
day. u In 11 attc iidaiif 1: v. ill be given and condi cendi condi
teo':. s ei sale v, ill he made l:newn by
HENRY G. I.IPP.
S. I!ns .fv .s'e:;, .'!!!:. :iu21-ltiI&t;tdS.7tv
Jjcglic sal:: of valuahlk i:i:al
i:-TATE. On WI:DXI:sDAY,SE1"1EM
ItER l.'i, I 11. v. ill be sold at. public salt; en the
prcmi-es, -ituated in Raphe township, en tin:
re.il leaiiiug 110111 .Ml.Jovte Maiiheim, one
halt mil- Hei tht'ii-t 01 ."dl. .ley.nd joining lands
et Chri-tiau Geed, Je-eph i)i tv.-ciler, Jno.
i:reueiii.ni and tin; Little Chiipies aluuga
ei'-ck. a Valuable Farm containing 134 ACRES,
en which i- erected a two-s.er I'rick Heu-e
withtw --lery brie!: u tug attached. Then; is
no liner larnrheii-e in Lnifiister county. A
balcenj extend- the w hob; length of the house
wn tin lir-t and si cend stories. Ti-ere are
lai-jis tehiiiig doers in the hall; in winter flu:
doeis can l.e cle.-ed, making another le'im,
and in siiiiiiie r by opening the doers a large,
cool hall i he lf-uit. A circular staircase,
rum te the tbiid -t ry. The cellar is cement
ed and lias a -iib-arehed cellar underneath,
which i- iutf tided or keeping milk, butter.
meats, ,te. .-tone Tenant IIeu-i: with base i:icnt
kitchen. A large bank b.un, when erected in
1S7I, c e-t nearly itr,i). Attached te the barn in
a building v. hieb contains a her-t: ewer and
above i i a large mew. A large straw heitse at
tached te the b.uii.a cirriagi: heu-e, wagon
shed, corn crib and ail neceary outbuildings,
all et which aif coveted with slate. A large
iff h'iu-f in ar the heii-f . The ft ncing is com
1 e-ed et locust p.-U and cln stunt rails. 'I hi:
proper! v lias been th .leughty linitd within
thf M-t live jeais. I- in a high stat;; of cultiva
tion, ami i4o:icet the most de-Irab'e farms in
If.lc lied ?I5,0 .Oef the piu chase money can
remain 0:1 the farm.
Any person desiring te view the priDart," bc bc
feie "the lay of sale will plcusu call en3Ir.
( h.irles Render, r siding then en.
t-aic te cimincnce at 1 o'clock ji.m. efsald
dav, v. hen attendance will be given by
iiexry e. l!:man.
L. D. Gam.c:ii::i:, Auct
IJI'RLIC KALIS P VALUAlILi: HEAL
A e-tate 1:1 I.anca-ter city. On WEDNES
DAY evening. SEPTEMRER 15, IS60, at 7
o'clock, at the Swan Hetel, Muttbtjin-eii. street,
in the city et" Lnnciutcr, will lie &old the fol fel fol
lewi. g ical estate, viz:
Xe. I, A let of gifiiiid. Ne. 013, rust sideel
south tjueen street, containing in lient25fcet
and in depth 1H) leet with 1:11 alley, upon
which i-crcete! a Twe-story i'.rlck DWELL
IXi, HOl'hK, with two-,tery brick back build
ing and Rlucksi.'iith Shep in basement.
Ne. 2. Three hiiiiding let-, situated in same
place, containing in trout 1!) fet t each and in
depth lt'i feet, en which is elected a one-story
Xe.::, A let of gieund. iliuut.'l In 'iiir.ie
ila'f. cent lining in trent 2'i feet :.n I In depth
It) l;ct. en v.hiili u elected a tv.-i.iery
Xe. 1. a let et ground, si'uatul 1:1 same
jilace. eenlaining in fient i'-'ilt et and In depth
110 Tc. t. 0:1 which is eiec'.eda two-story Rrick
Dw lling hou-e with one-story Irai.n; back
I'd sc- ion and ti;b;e:i Apul I, 1:91. Term
en day of sale by
Sjlxvzl Hess A Se:;. Aucts. sepl-e ed:.s
Tcn-rf.e:ncd, two-story und Mansard root,
Green Stone Frent Dwellings,
Ne;. :23ahi! 4'3 West Orange Street.
With all the best
r.clitding Jcnnlng's Improved Londen water
closets, niaiblc-tep washitimd, iuii-reved wall-jjd-in
range, cellar heater, perfect drainage and
sewerage, deep, dry cellar, white inarble base
and steps, Ac, fee. Let !J2 by J15 fcette a i I-fcet
wide alley, front yard 2 feet In depth, iucle-cd
with ornamental iron fence.
Fer terms, fctvapply te
aug21-WtStfd Ne. Seutii Duke SL,
.i. 1. ..11 1:1.11, eeriiiiii nun nil or piece. 01
ground situate en the west side et" North tjueen
street, in -aid ciiy, containing In fient.'Uteet
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